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Colonial Echo 1969 

College of William and Mary 
Williamsburg, Virginia 

Don Roberts 
Editor-in-Chief 

Mary Shorter 

Associate Editor 

Fred Hoener 

Business Manager 




Copyright ig) 1969 by Colonial Echo, College 
of William and Mary. Williamsburg. Virginia 
23185. Published by Inter-Collegiate Press. 
Shawnee Mission. Kansas 66202. 




INTRODUCTION 

DIVERSION 
Athletics 
Recreation 
Performances 
Visitors 
Royalty 

AFFILIATION 
Religion 
Honoraries 
Greeks 

SERVICE 
Media 

Government 
Interests 

COMPANY 
Administrators 
Departments 
Schools 
Seniors 
Juniors 
Sophomores 
Freshmen 





You think when 

you come to William and Mary. Maybe 
you think you shouldn't've come, but 
you stick it out. Years of things to 
think about, in and out of class. Some 
you just run into. Others get put in 
your way. Things happen. Start you 
thinking in a different way. Really, 
for the first time. Like in 1968 and 
1969. A lot of things you never 
thought about. Many you just accept- 
ed. And many you never even heard 
about. You see things that are right. 
Things that aren't. You think. 






''Whereas" 

Say the Board of Visitors. And your 
Rights and Responsibilities are stat- 
ed. Reaction. A referendum. Rejec- 
tion by 84% of the voting students. 
90% of the voting faculty. Commit- 
tees form under the new Board of 
Student Affairs. To revise. To re- 
write for approval. Professors and a 
reshuffled administrative line-up take 
part. Students and professors and 
administrators — The College — talk- 
ing and listening. Waiting for the Board 
of Visitors to hear, consider and re- 
cord "its appreciation to those who 
have taken time and effort to express 
constructive suggestions for improve- 
ment." Waiting for it to hold one of its 
four meetings. To act positively. 




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one campus. But not really. Just old 
buildings and new ones. Moderniza- 
tion: it's cheaper than colonialization. 
Construction: when grass and trees 
replace buckets of cement and hel- 
meted men, you forget the mess and 
noise. New places to eat, live, and 
think. Governor Godwin and President 
Paschall campaign in 1968 for more 
needed facilities. For Virginia. Pas- 
sage of the 81 million dollar Bond 
Issue. Over four million dollars for 
new classroom buildings and a soror- 
ity complex. For planned graduate 
programs. And a new Field House. 
Meanwhile, Blow Gym, gets crowded 
P.E. classes, basketball games, in- 
tramurals, dances. And registration. 







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Hurry up 

and wait. Time to begin again. Regis- 
tration at Blow Gymnasium. Outside. 
C's mingle with K's. who should've 
been inside three hours ago. Roll call, 
name by name by name. You sit for 
ID photos, stop for draft deferment 
forms, search for still-open sections. 
Huddles and semblances of lines and 
some sweat to find your major course 
— or any course — closed, argue for a 
better way. A student comments, "I 
was willing to take anything just to 
get out of there." An administrator 
comments, "It takes time to get into 
college, and the students are just 
going to have to accept that." 




Dues lay eggs on 

the Soph president at a day of gam- 
ing: tug-of-war, izzy-dizzy, egg-throw. 
You struggle to build a bonfire, strug- 
gle to keep it from being burned. 
Then you burn it yourself when you 
no longer quack. When you no longer 
recite priorities. (How many are 
there?) When you put your due cap 
down. You settle down — a routine, 
of sorts. To catch the bus, or walk? 
To go to the P.O. twice a day, or just 
once? You're scared (a little). You're 
competing with a thousand others 
as good as you are. A five hundred 
word paper tomorrow, and not about 
your summer vacation. A lab unfinish- 
ed, a test next week, too many chap- 
ters to read. You've been oriented. 




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Over beside 

Phi Bete, out behind the fraternity 
complex: two intramural fields. Dis- 
crimination by sex. On spare after- 
noons you give a little for the home 
teann. Greek. Independent. You won't 
get a letter jacket, but you \A/ork it 
out of your system. All the extra 
energy you have after studying. Or 
before. Fraternities psych for the big 
game. Betting kegs. Down and out 
on a screen. Tag. Tackle. Block. Punt. 
TD. Meanwhile, inter-collegiate wom- 
en run down the other field with hoc- 
key sticks. And the P.E. instructor 
expects you to jog a couple laps. To 
sit-and-push-up. To spike and whack 
and dribble a ball. To win. 




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Another hole 

in your ID card. A great seat in the 
end zone bleachers. Go Green. You 
get excited when the team runs out of 
the dressing room. And hope they'll 
keep on doing better than everybody 
thought they would. You stand up 
for the kickoff. Cheerleaders yell. 
When they're not watching the game. 
Somebody in the stands starts a 
chant. You wait to hear what Herb 
Alpert song the band is going to play. 
And see if one of the majorettes is 
finally going to drop her baton. Touch- 
down. The scoreboard Indian's eye 
ghts up. Stomping your feet to the 
fight song. Some kid throws confetti 
down your neck. Two minutes before 
the game is over you wonder where 
everybody went so fast. 




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stuffed chicken 

wire. Weeks of preparation on soror- 
ity floats. Fraternity entries. Marchers 
in uniform. Open cars full of waving 
girls. Homecoming Parade on Duke 
of Gloucester Street. You think you 
ought to wear a suit to the game. 
If you do. you're sorry. And you won- 
der how football players stand the 
heat. Half time. A crown of mums 
and a kiss from President Paschal! 
for the queen. Four quarters of toast- 
ing alums in the West Stands. Frater- 
nity and sorority receptions after the 
game. You wait in line to hear Marvin 
Gaye. When you get in you wonder 
if the speakers are working. Blow 
Gym fills to slightly more than capac- 
ity. After a while you stop feeling 
so sorry for the team. 



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Behind bars 

fraternity pledges give out ice and 
mix. Until halfway through the party. 
Somebody should've bought more. 
Seventy-five dollar bands in at least 
a couple houses on the new Row. 
Homemade signs on basement doors: 
"Brothers and Invited Guests Only." 
That means no freshman men till 
after rush. A theme. What the hell do 
you wear to an Attila the Hun party? 
Upstairs, a dollars-and-cents respect 
for nevj furniture. Thirty-plus men to- 
gether. All week. Brotherhood wears 
a little thin at times. Reminders at 
meetings to rush guys you can live 
with. Outside, bare dirt. Mud when 
it rains. Promised landscaping a year 
late. Like the houses. 



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blast Christmas carols instead of 
soul. Parties, dances. Give and take. 
Snow: a day late for the choir tap- 
ing. Guards at tray racks in the cafs. 
When else would it be a big deal for 
ODK and Mortar Board to burn a log? 
Work sort of Just gets put off before 
the holiday. And your suitcase xA/inds 
up half full of books. Like you didn't 
have anything else to do over Christ- 
mas. Getting there is half the fun. 
Sure. The Cc&O to Richmond and 
Beyond. A plane from Patrick Henry 
to major cities. Greyhound to almost 
anywhere. Sooner or later. If you 
don't get crushed in the terminal, with 
your luck you sit next to somebody 
with the Hong Kong flu. Nearly three 
weeks. Mother's meals. Television: 
the Choir in color. Apollo astronauts 
around the moon, football. Three 
days before classes start again. And 
some catching up to do before exams 
catch up with you. 




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Extensions 



ring. Gossip. Dates. Signs along side- 
walks. Announcements. Meetings. 
Somebody has something to say. 
Things that just strike you, not really 
important to anybody else. Things 
that bother other people. And you. 
You find out what others think. From 
the Flat Hat. From underground. Time 
Out from classes: Vietnam and/or Us. 
Sex and the Student. The Williams- 
burg Scene. Class Evaluation. You're 
still learning. And people learn about 
your ideas. You wonder if all those 
who didn't vote care. Sort of sorry 
there weren't more candidates run- 
ning for offices. You don't like the 
way some things are. Demonstrate 
with a silent vigil. Standing for an 
hour, holding a sign. Petitions for a 
change. Talk. Sometimes they hear 
you. At least they say they're willing 
to listen, "permitting the opportunity 
for constructive dissent that should 
be expected in any worthy two-way 
communication process." 





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Some of us are 

all too noisy; some of us are all too 
silent; but each of us knows that 
this is the time to stand up for his own 
individual identity. We won our fight 
for political freedom two centuries 
ago; we won a battle for human free- 
dom a century ago: today we are in 
a fight for our personal freedom. Per- 
sonal freedom, to me, is at the root 
of human dignity. Personal freedom 
is room to turn around in life. It is 
the right to grow in your own \A/ay, 
to learn what is not yet being taught; 
it is both the right to privacy and 
the right to participate. Personal free- 
dom is not a license to disrupt, but it 
is a liberty to dissent; not a duty to 
destroy, but an obligation to chal- 
lenge. Personal freedom will not in- 
sure that every man will get all he 
desires; it will insure that every man 
will get all he deserves. Those Ameri- 
cans who once had personal freedom 
and lost it, now want it back. Those 
who never had it at all. want it now. 

— Richard M. Nixon 
The Great Hall 
Wren Building 
October 2, 1968 



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23 1 85 gets 

your mail here faster. It also means 
your mail comes to Williamsburg. But 
you don't just go to school here and 
use the Williamsburg P.O. You live 
here. Reading at the laundromat. The 
October issue of Better Homes and 
Gardens. From three years ago. 
Catching one-day runs of your favor- 
ite flick at the Williamsburg Theatre. 
Running to the Deli for sandwiches 
or beer. Blood drives ask for your 
help. So does the United Fund. Wil- 
liamsburg Area Tutorial Service de- 
pends on college volunteers. Mothers 
can work because of the Day Care 
Center. And many Colonial Williams- 
burg employees are William and Mary 
students. You live in Williamsburg. 
You shop in Williamsburg. You're 
cradled in Williamsburg. You're trap- 
ped in Williamsburg. You're involved. 




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Four years. 

From walking alone down Yates path. 
In your due cap. To walking across 
the speaker's platform. In your mor- 
tar board. Studying you have to do on 
your own. Tests no one can take for 
you. Papers you sit up to write while 
everybody else is sleeping. A hand- 
shake from President Paschall. And 
a diploma. Parties where you really 
haven't planned on drinking much. 
Sitting around late Saturday nights, 
talking about great dates. Or lousy 
ones. Trying to sing along with the 
band at a dance when they keep on 
changing the words. The choir har- 
monizing bar after bar of the William 
and Mary Hymn. And it's over. 






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Athletics 



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H. Lester Hooker, Jr., Athletic Director, 



Edmund Dernnge, Business Manager. 



$4.6 million 

for the long overdue field house. Bids 
on February 25, 1969. First phase: 
10,000 seats for basketball. A com- 
plete new men's physical education 
plant. Second and third phases: swim- 
ming pool and indoor track. Money 
from the Bond Issue helped. For now, 
running the William and Mary athletic 
program takes more money than Ath- 
letic Director Les Hooker has to 
spend. Scheduling, budgeting, and re- 
cruiting problems. Scheduling plans 
for football with Ivy League schools 
scrapped. "Home" basketball games 
ten miles away at Fort Eustis. Most 
games on the road. A small budget, 
few scholarships and a rule that says 
state money can't be used for ath- 
letics. Tough for a state college. 
Hooker: "Things we'd like to do for 
the athletes, even small things, we 
can't do without money," With unim- 
pressive facilities a boy must be sold 
on the personality and good name of 
the College. If you thought William 
and Mary operated a low budget pro- 
gram, you were right. Hooker's sum- 
mary: "All our problems are financial." 




The proposed Men's Physical Education Building: clearing of the site (across from the Fraternity Complex) starts m 1969. 



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Andy Giles charges in to dump Ohio's Cleve Bryant. Gang tackling made the Tech game a thriller all the way. 



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A big plus in 1968: the controlled fury of the defensive team. 




Levy roams the sidelines. Jim Barton is stopped cold as he runs back a punt. 




What can you 

say about the disappointing 1968 
football season? The 3-7 record can 
be attributed to a definite lack of ex- 
perience, injuries, and a combination 
of bad breaks and poor play. On pa- 
per a long and hard season. Sports- 
casters predicted 0-10. A look at the 
schedule showed strong opposition: 
Syracuse, Pitt, Ohio, West Virginia, 
and VPI; and the end of the three 
straight winning years seemed immi- 
nent. Graduation of the hard core of 
players who put those three seasons 
together hurt the Tribe and meant de- 
pendence on a host of inexperienced 
sophomores. Still, Jeff Lund, Terry 
Morton, and Mark Pakenham gave 
the Indians three good ball carriers, 
and the defense looked great. Opti- 
mism as the season opened against 
East Carolina. 

Sit and listen 

to the ECU game on radio. A 14-0 
win, and they've got the potential. 
The defensive unit engineered the 
first ECU shutout in eight years. A 
hard running back in Pakenham. Jim 
Laycock quarterbacked both scoring 
drives. Techmen invaded Cary Field 
for the first home game. WAMI, the 
new scoreboard Indian, pleaded for a 
score. The cheerleaders yelled. Hope 
ran high. And down on the field the 
mistake jinx caught up with the Tribe. 
Two blocked punts gave the Hokies a 
12-0 win, as WAMI had to wait a little 
longer to show off. 

Inability to 

score hurt William and Mary in the 
next three games. Pitt eked out a 14- 
3 win, Ohio destroyed the Homecom- 
ing spirit 41-0, and West Virginia pre- 
vailed 20-0. Dads Day turned out to 
be lucky as the Indians crushed Vil- 
lanova 33-12 and Terry Morton ran 
wild, scoring three TD's. VMI put up 
strong resistance, but fell to the Tribe 
20- lO in Lexington. The next three 
games ruined all hope for a .500 sea- 
son. National power Syracuse ground 
out a 31-0 shutout; The Citadel 
scored in the last minute to edge the 
Indians 24-21; and Richmond won a 
trip to the Tangerine Bo\a/I v\/ith an im- 
pressive 31-6 victory. And the In- 
dians had to settle for a third place 
tie (with East Carolina) in the South- 
ern Conference. 



Aivin Cheatham halts Pirate attack. 



Jeff Lund takes a breather on the sidelines. 



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Quarterback Jimmye Laycock fires a pass. 



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defender watches helplessly as Jim Cavanaugh makes a super catch. 



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Meeteer rambles through the Panther bacKfield for 26 yards 
















Almost everybody comes to the games. Pakenham in high gear. Morton looks for a way to escape the converging VVilOcals. 




Meeteer is nailed for a nine yard loss on a safety blitz by Ohio U. 



Co-captains Burt Waite and Ralph Beatty win the toss 



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William and Mary 


Opponent 


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East Carolina 








Virginia Tech 


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Pittsburgh 


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Ohio 


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West Virginia 


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Villanova 


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VMI 


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Syracuse 


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The Citadel 


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Richmond 


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Howard Bruno squashes a Richmond spider m the Indian s last game. 




Halfback Mark Pakenham finds his path blocked, so he goes over the top ot the Pirate line. Terry Morton tinds tough going on this run. 







Meeteer to Morton: TD. 



Wes Meeteer has a long, hard day against Ohio. Example: he is dropped after a one yard gam. 




A fumble stalls another potential Wilham and Mary scoring drive. 



Fumbles and 

injuries and breakdowns in pass pro- 
tection stopped many W&M scoring 
chances. Costly mistakes hurt. Inter- 
ceptions. Clipping penalties on third 
and one. Almost no consistent offen- 
sive punch. The bitter taste of a los- 
ing season. What can you say? Coach 
Marv Levy said, "William and Mary 
does have the ability, the unity, the 
discipline, and the potential." But it 
showed only once or twice all year. 
Coach Levy's fifth William and Mary 
team was badly inconsistent. 




Dave Campbell provides a portrait of just what the defensive unit goes through. 



Pakenham loses jersey, but gains yardage. 




Varsity Football. FRONT ROW: Joe Fron, 
Ray Barger. Jack Dean, Jim Barton, Ralph 
Beatty, Ted Zychowski. Burt Waite, Charles 
Jackson, Bill McKinnon, Terry Morton, Bob 
McLaughlin, Al Cheatham, Rich Como, Jeff 
Lund, Mason Pnckitt. SECOND ROW: Steve 
Maier, Ward Ellis, Geoff Beitner, Gary New- 
man, Jack Kelly, Tom Duffey, Tom Bright, 



Bill Gabeler, Howard Bruno, Jim Daniel, 
Robert Bryan, Jim Cavanaugh, Jim Green, 
Tom Odell, Jim Laycock, Steve Howard, 
Richard Knight. THIRD ROW: Gary Kenne- 
dy, Tom Lafalce, Steve Miller, Mike Carroll, 
Lewis Johnston, Brian Winn, Mark Paken- 
ham, Bruce Biehl. Ronnie Lewicki, Larry Be- 
gan, Matt Klimczak, John Slepokura, Bubba 



Hooker, Bob Herb, Donnie Wilson, Rick Mor- 
ton. FOURTH ROW: Dave Campbell, John 
Feuerriegel, Vince Grejda, Larry Smith, Chip 
Evans, Dick Hansen. Jeff Mann, Andy Giles, 
Wes Meeteer. Ray Anderson, Jon Bilbo, 
Dave Sottili, Dave Holland. Jim Ladd. 



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Meeteer breaks loose for a 1 5 yard 



nst the Keydets during the Tribe's victory. Ellis and Duffey prevent a Syracuse score. 



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Sophomore defensive end Dave Campbell hits the Vilianova quarterback so hard that he loses the ball as Ellis comes to help. 





Head Football Coach Marv Levy in his fifth season at Wilharn and Mary. 



Newman picks off an errant Syracuse pass. 



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Cambal blocks as Miller rolls out against Frederick Military Academy. 



Touchdown Tribe! The referee signals another Papoose tally 

The toughest 

schedule in many years resulted in an 
up-and-down, two-and-three fresh- 
man football season. Some impres- 
sions gained watching the team: 
Speed — lots of it. Lack of size in the 
backfield and defensive line. Many 
diverse offenses and defenses. Five 
saw action at quarterback at one time 
or another. Best of all the backfield 
men was Dennis Cambal, who played 
half and full and quarterback. Warren 
Winston. Andy Tisinger, and Bob 
Spenser also shined on offense. Bob 
Coletrane, Phil North, and Preston 
Pearson anchored the defense. Coach 
Scott Swan believed many of these 
boys will make a "definite contribu- 
tion" to next year's varsity. Inability to 
move the ball led to the Papooses' 
downfall in the first two games. But 
the Tribe came on strong to take the 
next two before running into a rugged 
team from the University of North 
Carolina in the final contest. 



Glenn Cross breaks up a pass intended for FMA end. 




Place-kicker Deak Childress splits the uprights. 




Bob Coletrane gets set to punt. 



Alert Papoose defense recover loose ball. 



William and Mary Opponent 

6 Navy 35 

Richmond 27 

23 Frederick Military 8 

14 Bullis Prep 13 

16 UNC 42 




Freshman Football. FRONT ROW: Coach 
Brad Cashman, Dave Miller, Tommy John- 
son, Jim Silvesto, John Beck. Jack Neall. 
Warren Winston. Wally Ake, Steve Regan. 



Colf-tran^ Greg Bosiack, Jim McDermott, 
Deak Ch.idress. George Jackson, Dennis 
Cambal. Bob Kemp, Bob Spencer. Dennis 
Balkema. THIRD ROW: Kevin Hennessey. 



is. Jack Russell. Jeff Steckroth. Dave Yoho. 
FOURTH ROW: Bill Uzzell, Kip Ashmore. 
Carrington Hubert, Charles Hughes. Mike 
Scearce. John Moretz, Duff Rearick. Andy 



Coach Scott Swan. SECOND ROW: Bob John Hibbs. Ed Helies, John Hurley, Bill Dav- Tisinger, Bruce Hanson. 




Halfback Dennis Cambal drives through the enemy line for another long gain. 



John Beck scrambles for yardage. 



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Cross Country. FRONT ROW: Dick Nangle, Larry 
Bryant, Chop Jordan. George Davis. Steve Pur- 
year, Jim McDuffie. SECOND ROW: Pete Jones. 
Dave Watson. Robert Garber. Howie Michael. 
Vince Norako. Ted Wood. Tom Frantz. THIRD 
ROW: Coach John Randolph. Rich Piatt. Ted 
Senita. John Sperry. Hal Moorehead. Juris Luzins, 
Bob Bjorkland. FOURTH ROW; John Becher. Jim 
Sporn, Joe Fiander. John Averett. Erik Thamm, 
Guy Kirton, Walt Schumm. Bill Collins, manager. 



Davis wins Southern Conference. 




Co-captams Davis and Jordan. 



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George Davis battles Quantico All-American for first place. 




Champions 

of the Southern Conference. For the 
third year in a row. The William and 
Mary Cross Country team completed 
what Coach John Randolph consid- 
ered "by far our greatest season" in 
1968. Along the way, the Tribe cap- 
tured its fifth consecutive State title, 
a fifth place finish in the IC4A's. and 
15th in the NCAA's. To cap it all, the 
first undefeated season in dual meet 
competition, including wins over 
Navy and Georgetown — two of the 
best. Jogging the 5.2 mile course 
every race: around JBT, through the 
woods, and across campus. In all 
kinds of weather. Co-captains George 
Davis and Chop Jordan provided the 
leadership. Davis took both the State 
and SC championships. What you 
don't see on race day: 120 practice 
miles a week. Pain. Fierce desire. 
The individual is everything; it's you 
against everyone else. 




Averett helps the Tribe smash Quantico. 




Tom Frantz shows fatigue at the end of a race. 



w & M and Quantico runners take off for the five mile run m a dual meet. 



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Success came 

to Coach Joe Agee's soccer squad in 
only its second year of intercollegiate 
play. With just six returning letter- 
men, a winning campaign seemed out 
of the question. But a 5-4 record gave 
the team exactly that. You have to 
v^onder if this will remain a "minor" 
sport much longer. Especially after 
watching Coach Agee fire up the 
team. Center-forward John Burleigh 
led the offense, while Steve Wilson 
sparked the defense. High scorer 
Bob Jendron and co-captain Pete 
Schleif played consistently well . Goal- 
ie Dave Fabian, Burleigh, and Wilson 
were named Honorable Mention All- 
State. A thrilling 2-1 win over Roa- 
noke College highlighted the season. 




Scott McEvoy and Bob Jendron close in on ECU player. 




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neads the ball upfield. Terry Vought sets to trap the ball. John Dodds maneuvers a 




Soccer. FRONT ROW: Ernie Gates. Wayne Richardson. Terry Vought. Jeff Finne- 
gan, Mark Taylor, Pete Schleif. Scott McEvoy. I_ee Graves. I_yle Rosbotham. John 
Dodds. Paul Berge. SECOND ROW: Coach Joe Agee, Chris Gilmore. Alan Forde. Bob 
Jendron. Steve Gaskins. Steve Lawrence. Steve Wilson. Dave Fabian. John Burleigh, 
Rich Atkinson. Al Albert. Ed Hart'man. Dee Sibley. 



Al Albert boonns one uptieid against woanoke 



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William and Mary Opponent 


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VMI 1 





Randolph-Macon 3 


1 


George Washington 3 


2 


Virginia 1 


2 


Eastern Mennonite 4 





East Carolina 1 


2 


Roanoke 1 


6 


Virginia Wesleyan 


2 


U.S. Amphibious Base 1 




Coach Joe Agee. 



Terry Vought and John Dodds battle Roanoke's All-American. 



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Dutch tourists. 

The International Touring Team from 
Holland visited the College. To play 
field hockey against a pre-selected 
Tidewater team. Only an exhibition. 
But the other games were for real. 
Caroline Haussermann coached the 
Women's Varsity Field Hockey squad 
to a 5-2-2 mark. Lopsided victories 
over Sweet Briar and Mary Washing- 
ton. Captain Kay Barrett and the rest 
of the varsity attended the Tidewater 
College Tournament at Westhamp- 
ton. All eleven players chosen on the 
three Tidewater teams: a first in Vir- 
ginia. Sherry Vetter, Cyndy Hicks, 
Sue Schwenk, and DeeDee Helfrich: 
Southeast District All-Stars and com- 
petitors in the National Tournament 
in New Jersey. And Sherry Vetter 
won a place on the National Squad. 
One of the 44 best in the country. 





Captain Kay Barrett 



Women's Field Hockey. FRONT ROW: Robyn Krug, Pam Revolinsky, 
Kathy Londergan, Nancy Moore. Joan Brownell, Liz Baltes, Ricky Rick- 
etts. Harriet Stanley. SECOND ROW: Sue Schwenk, Paige Reid, Cyndy 
Hicks, DeeDee Helfrich. Kay Barrett, Sherry Vetter, Mary Ausura, Pat Al- 
bright. THIRD RO\A/: Sally Wilbourne, Margaret Brownell, Annabelle Ed- 
wards, Sue Covington, Gail Whitaker, Cindy wieboldt, Trudy Horton. 
FOURTH ROW: Sharon Smith, Sue Lovelace, Carolyn Curley, Jackie Siv- 
ertsen, Caroline Haussermann, coach: Gay Hall. 



Robyn Krug dribbles the ball past the midfield line. 



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Bridgewater 


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Madison 


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Westhampton 


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Mary Washington 1 


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Longwood 


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Paige Reid plays defense against Longwooa. 




Halfback Sue Schwenk. 



Coach Caroline Haussermatm plots strategy for the game. 



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Kay Barrett attacks the Chowan defense. 



Center jump with Virgmra Commonwealth. 



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Stretched out 

over four months: the 1969 Women's 
Basketball schedule. From Decem- 
ber till March Miss Patricia Crowe 
supervised practices weekday after- 
noons at 4:30. The nine best players 
made the varsity; the next seven the 
JV. In December the varsity traveled 
to Fredericksburg to take on Mary 
Washington. Result: the destruction 
of the northern coeds 74-32 as W&M 
started off winning. But three con- 
secutive losses followed: to old Do- 
minion (twice) and Virginia Common- 
wealth. Then high scorers Sherry 
Vetter, Ruthie Terry, and Trish Fra- 
zier got hot. William and Mary 
crushed Chowan 47-22, Christopher 
Newport 62-26, and Westhampton 
45-35. A winning record rode on the 
final game against Longwood. The 
Farmville women dropped a 43-31 
contest as the Williamsburg women 
had their winning mark. 

Women's Basketball. FRONT ROW: Sherry 
Vetter, Barbara Wetherell. Robyn Krug, Ka- 
thy Londergan, Thelma Potter. SECOND 
ROW: Janice Walthall, Sharon Smith, Anna- 
belle Edwards, Sue Schwenk, Trisha Fra- 
zier, Trudy Norton, Cyndy Hicks. THIRD 
ROW: Patricia Crowe, coach; Kay Barrett. 

William and Mary Opponent 

74 Mary Washington 32 

31 Old Dominion 60 

42 VCU 47 
51 Old Dominion 59 
47 Chowan 22 
62 Christopher Newport 26 
45 Westhampton 35 

43 Longwood 3 1 



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Kay Barrett throws a short p^:^^ L„ iv'wU, .-. Kut- 



51 



Home court 



advantage: William and Mary basket- 
ball traditionally so formidable in Wil- 
liamsburg that road games were dis- 
couraged. But in 1969 you had 
trouble figuring out where the home 
court was. Blow Gym or Fort Eustis? 
The squad was 3-3 in Blow and 1-3 at 
Fort Eustis. The home advantage 
was a fickle friend at best. A 6-20 
overall record: the most losses in 
Tribe basketball history. Beyond 
that, Coach Warren Mitchell's third 
year was beset with other problems. 
Like rebounding. An eight game los- 
ing streak to start the season. Bob 
Sherwood, last year's "Super Soph." 
lost to hepatitis. 15 of 26 games 
away from home. And a small team in 
size and number. Sherwood's loss 
took 20 points and ten rebounds 
away from every game. Added pres- 
sure on Harry Kent and Scott McLen- 
nan to help clear the boards. No big 
man consistently in position to take 
the ball and start the fast break. 6'8" 
Dave Daugherty showed flashes of 
brilliance. Paul King was aggressive 
but often got into foul trouble. Steve 
Dodge, Kent, and McLennan pumped 
in some long jump shots. But there 
was no real scoring threat and no big 
rebounder for the Indians. 




Harry Kent steals a Virginia Tech pass. 



Daugherty grabs a rebound. 



Kent, Daugherty. Dodge. Jancaitis. McLennan. 




Jancaitis, Daugherty jump for a rebound. McLennan from the foul line. 



Kent fires one from the corner. 




Players get psyched in the Blow Gym locker room before a game. 



McLennan stalls a Citadel guard. 




Mitchell (tistructs during a time out. Dodge scores over Tuu Htjupoi. 



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Scott McLennan shifts into high gear to Kill a uitadei fast Dreak. 



Daugherty blocks Richmond's Picot Frazier at the Arena. 




Varsity Basketball. FRONT ROW: Scott Neil Gewirtzman. SECOND ROW: Carl Jancaitis. Ray Anderson, Warren Mi 
McLennan, Jack Downing, Harry Kent, Slone. assistant coach; Ben Pomeroy, as- head coach; Gary Diamond, manager. 
Dave Daugherty, Dave Stout, Steve Dodge, sistant coach; Doug Brown, Paul King, Tom 




Yet fans 



An easy two for Dave Daugherty. 



Harry Kent defends against Wake Forest. 




at Blow Gym were treated to some 
of the most exciting basketball any 
W&M team ever played. After the 
team suffered eight losses in a row, 
they participated in the East Caro- 
lina Classic over Christmas. Kent, 
King, and Daugherty led the way to 
the season's first win: 82-76 over 
Delaware. Captain Dave Daugherty 
picked the Air Force contest to play 
his best game. Ever. 33 points and 
14 rebounds. With help from Mc- 
Lennan's passing, the Falcons were 
shot down 74-71. GW invaded Wil- 
liamsburg just before exams. Bob 
Tallent, the nation's fifth ranked 
scorer, made the Colonials heavy 
favorites. Kent completely bottled up 
Tallent while Daugherty caged 21. 
And the Indians walked off the court 
with a 77-75 thriller. The hex over 
Washington, D.C., schools continued. 
Georgetown came to Fort Eustis. 
Ray Anderson came off the bench 
to spark the Tribe, and Dodge 
chipped in 19. After two overtimes 
the Hoyas fell 90-84. VMI and W&M 
fought it out to stay out of last place 
in the Southern Conference. King 
led the attack inside. Dodge burned 
the nets for 25, Dave Stout and 
Scott McLennan combined for 22 
more. To make the Indians 83-78 
victors. Those were the good games. 
Most weren't so good. Wake For- 
est's Deacons trounced William and 
Mary 98-58. in the first Big Five 
Tourney, Richmond held Daugherty 
to six to win 106-62. Arch-rival Vir- 
ginia Tech used their home court 
advantage to come away with a 
77-46 victory. The season's finale 
came in Charlotte, N.C. At the 
Southern Conference Tournament. 
The struggling Indians set a record: 
the fewest points ever scored in a 
SC tournament game. The 48-35 
loss to ECU was sort of typical of 
the year's frustration. Even on the 
home court. 




Richmond's Frank Owen is trapped. 



Steve Dodge drives through the Bulldogs. 



Man-to-man ties ljp a Mountaineer. 



55 



William 


and Mary Opponent 


74 


West Virginia 


89 


62 


Pittsburgh 


68 


66 


East Carolina 


77 


71 


George Washington 


82 


58 


Wake Forest 


98 


72 


Virginia Tech 


83 


62 


Richmond 


106 


68 


Baylor 


81 


82 


Delaware 


76 


74 


Air Force 


71 


60 


Virginia Tech 


75 


71 


West Virginia 


75 


73 


The Citadel 


56 


61 


East Carolina 


87 


46 


Virginia Tech 


77 


77 


George Washington 


75 


75 


Richmond 


80 


71 


VMI 


72 


49 


Furman 


78 


61 


The Citadel 


95 


74 


Jacksonville 


88 


90 


Georgetown (2 OT) 84 


65 


Old Dominion 


80 


83 


VMI 


78 


80 


Richmond 


96 


Southern Conference Tournament 


35 


East Carolina 


48 




Scott McLennan takes off from the foul line. 




Mike Tallent helps Tom Jancaitis find his lens. 




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King tips rebound away. 



Dodge bombs in a left-handed jumper. 



Dave Stout against Old Dominion. 



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King hooks from inside the key. 




Stout snares a bad VPI shot. 




ABOVE: Daugherty sneaks in from 
behind. LEFT: Dodge and King 
scramble for a rebound in the West 
Virginia garne. 



57 




Bruce McLennan shoots above an anxious Richmond defense. 



Randy Smith towers above everybody on his outside jumper. 



William and Mary 



Opponent 

94 



72 UNC 

79 Old Dominion 

91 East Carolina 

81 George Washington 

72 Newport News Apprentice 

65 Virginia 

82 Frederick Military 
77 Ferrum 

69 East Carolina 

75 George Washington 

59 Richmond 

83 VMI 
79 Ferrum 

77 Frederick Military 

68 Chowan 

66 Old Dominion 
83 VMI 

91 Richmond 




Dick Gillespie puts up a shot against George Washington. 



58 




Refs and coaches break up fight between Ed Kleinberg of GW and Sandy Boisseau. 




riy 



promise 

for a successful freshman basket- 
ball season. Two high school Ail- 
Americans. Height. For once a frosh 
team with more than seven players. 
A strong bench. Coach Carl Slone 
saw a solid scoring punch in Randy 
Smith and Dick Gillespie. Both ca- 
pable of 20 points every game. Ex- 
ceptionally quick backcourt men 
Bruce McLennan, Sanford Boisseau, 
and Jerry Fisher. Forwards Jim 
Warns, Ed Down ton, and Mike 
Stakias not only scored but helped 
out under the boards, too. Coach 
Slone's opinion: "The most talented 
freshman basketball team the Col- 
lege ever had." They fought their 
way to a spirited but losing 7-10 
season, dropping several close 
games: VMI, Virginia, GW, and Fer- 
rum. Big wins over East Carolina, 
Richmond, Newport News Appren- 
tice School, GW. the brand of fast 
break ball they played made up in ex- 
citement what lacked in statistics. 




Sandy Boisseau lays up. 



Ed Downton looks toward the basket against Colonials. 



Bruce McLennan guards GW's Ronnie Nunn. 




Freshman Basketball. FRONT ROW: Jeff 
Steckroth. Sanford Boisseau. Jerry Fisher, 
Bruce McLennan. Steve McGinnis. Randy 
Walter. Gary Diamond, manager. SECOND 
ROW: Carl Slone. coach; Mike Stakias, 
Randy Smith, Bud Chess. Dick Gillespie, 
Jim Warns. Ed Downton. Harry Cross. 



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Dual meets 



moved inside. Coach John Randolph 
had virtually the same squad that 
captured the 1968 State and South- 
ern Conference Indoor Track Cham- 
pionships. A big meet each week. 
Washington, D.C.'s National Invita- 
tional kicked things off. Howie Mich- 
ael third in the mile. Juris Luzins and 
George Davis fourth in the 880 and 
three mile, respectively. Dave Wat- 
son, Ted Wood, Bill Findler and Luz- 
ins brought the Mile Relay team in 
third. Host for the first annual Snow- 
ball Classic: a runaway victory for 
the Tribe. At the VMI Relays: school 
records set by the 440 and 880 Re- 
lays. And the Medley Relay team 
posted a 9:58.6. Among the top 12 
times in the nation. New York, Febru- 
ary: the U.S. Track and Field Federa- 
tion Meet. Luzins' amazing 2:09.9 in 
the Invitational 1000, good for third. 
Dan Henneberg won the College Di- 
vision pole vault. Michael again third 
in the mile. Disappointment at the 
State Meet. An upset loss to Virginia 
Tech. 77V2-69. William and Mary 
captured seven firsts, but lacked 
Tech's depth. Wood won the 880; 
Mike Fratkin took the 60 yard dash. 
Vindication came in March at Lexing- 
ton. The Tribe won the Southern Con- 
ference Championship for the fifth 
straight year. 




Pole vaulter Chris Harvey successfully clears the bar. 




Doug Griffith beats a rival from Virginia State in the high hurdles. 



Davis and Luzins: senior captains. 




Findler moves ahead in the AAO. 



Roger Eitelman. Howie Michael pulls away in the two mile. 



30 



Indoor Track. FRONT ROW; Pete Jones. 
Howre Michael. Steve Puryear. Juris Uuzins, 
Bruce Dallas. George Davis. Roger Eitelman, 
Dan Henneberg. Mark Decot. Ted Wood. 
Jim Sporn. Tom Frantz. SECOND ROW: Bill 
Collins, manager; Dennis Genebach. Rich 
Piatt. John Averett, Guy Kirton. Vince Nor- 
ako, Mike Fratkin. Bill Findler. Dave Watson. 
Dick Nangle. Walt Schumm, Charles Pinker- 
ton. Eric Thamm. THIRD ROW: Ashton 
Godley, assistant coach: George Fenigsohn, 
manager; Chuck Strode. Larry Gilbert. Bob 
Daniel. Bill Elliot. Tom Nugent. Carrington 
Herbert. Bob Garber. Tom Duffey. Bud 
Tamea. Bob Bjorkland. Chris Harvey. John 
Randolph, head coach. 




Tom Nugent rolls over the bar m the high jump at the Snowball Classic. 



Rich Conway on his way in the broad jump. 




'^^j 11 I 




Mikt ( :,itkin breaks the tape in the 60 yard dash ftn.-i 



-luit Luzins shows 



61 



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Bob Morns: W and Ms best gymnast on the high bar. 



Tom Buehler holds a handstand on the rings. 





Coach Chris Patterson during exhibition. Crowe begins Iron Cross. 



Ray Hill vaults over the long horse. 



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Gymnastics. FRONT ROW: Barbara Patter- 
son, Carol Stein, Linda Snyder. Pat Berger, 
Pam Roolag. Anita Coles. SECOND ROW; 
Gregg Franklin. Gary Franklin, Rick Spurling, 
Bob Morris, Jim Runyon, John Bryant, Chris 



Layne. Pat Carroll. Jeff Wren. THIRD ROW: 
Pete Tyree. Ray Hill. Charlie Jones. Walt 
Mehring. Tom Buehler, Ed Tomlinson, John 
Crowe, Chris Condit. Chris Patterson, head 
coach. 




Free floor 



exercises, rings, vaulting, high bar, 
parallel bars, and the side horse: a 
typical program for the Gymnastics 
team. Exhibitions between halves of 
football and basketball games. In 
1969 two tri-meets and two dual 
meets. A 118.00-89.15 victory over 
Frostburg State for a final season 
record of 1-6. Senior Bob Morris was 
the team's best on the high bar and 
parallel bars. Ranked high in the East 
in All Around. Coach Chris Patterson 
and first year assistant Dick Engle. 
former Syracuse star and Olympic 
Games prospect. Tom Buehler: num- 
ber one man on the rings, rated fifth 
in the East. Backup support on the 
rings from John Crowe. Twins Gregg 
and Gary Franklin were tops in long 
horse vaulting. In the demanding floor 
exercises, junior Chris Condit picked 
up important points. Close losses to 
Virginia, Furman, and The Citadel 
took the edge off the season. 




Buehler prepares to dismount 



Morris finishes side horse event. 



Wren strains to keep up speed. 



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Brad Smallwood as second period begins. 

Number one 

in the South: William and Mary's 
1969 Wrestling team. Coach Dick 
Besnier's Indians completed their 
campaign at 11-1. Best ever. Un- 
beaten in Southern Conference ac- 
tion. Nationally ranked. Navy inflicted 
the only loss. Not included in the sea- 
son's record was participation in the 
Georgia Tech Invitational Tourna- 
ment. Sophomore Bob Hobson: most 
consistent grappler. His 15-1 record 
included nine pins. But it wasn't easy 
getting that number one rating. There 
were some tough matches. Like Vir- 
ginia Tech. Besnier paced as the 
team fell behind 16-5. Two decisions 
and a pin tied it up. Then Doug Frei- 
berger's pin put the finishing touches 
on a terrific comeback. Old Dominion 
went down to the wire before drop- 
ping a 16-15 score. Against East 
Carolina Freiberger again broke a tie. 
This time his 4-0 decision gave W&M 
a 15-12 squeaker. Senior team cap- 
tain Scott Curzi (12-3) and Lonnie 
Parker (10-1) helped overwhelm 
Duke and North Carolina. Matches 
that weren't even close. The Citadel 
was the scene of the biggest triumph 
of all: the second consecutive South- 
ern Conference championship. Park- 
er, Hobson, and Curzi: conference 
champs. Number ones. 



Lonnie Parker. 



SC champ Hobson pulls a Techman onto the mat. 




Wrestling. FRONT ROW; Lonnie Parker, 
John Eppler, Brad Smallwood, Allen Ram- 
sey, OIlie Carrithers, Greg Giordano. SEC- 
OND ROW: Dick Besnier, head coach: Drew 



Bright. Jeff Thiel. Scott Curzi, Doug Frei- 
berger, Bob Hobson, Todd Christensen. 
Judd Mason, manager: Ed Steers, assistant 
coach. 




Coach Dick Besnier shouts instructions. 



Todd Christensen wraps up an N.C. match. 



64 




William 


and Mary 


Opponent 


32 


Davidson 


3 


31 


Duke 


O 


37 


North Carolina 





25 


Virginia 


6 


16 


Old Dominion 


15 


23 


Rutgers 


6 





Navy 


33 


29 


George Washington 8 


21 


Virginia Tech 


16 


30 


VMI 


3 


22 


Towson State 


9 


15 


East Carolina 


12 


William 


and Mary: 1st in 


Southern 


Conference Tournament. 






John Clohan is rocked hard during his grueling bout in the Virginia Tech rneet. 



Hobson tenses, waits for ref s whistle 




Thiel moves in on East Carolina wrestler. Bruce Whitaker winds up on top m his bout during the contest with North Carolina 



65 




Sophomore Lonnie Parker, whose two year record is 22-2-2, is momentarily tied up against East Carolina. 




Take-down: Freiberger pulls as Keydet pushes. 



66 




Different 



Freshman Noelle Kehrberg in her best event; the lOO yard butterfly. 



Strokes like the butterfly and breast- 
stroke posed no problems for the 
Women's S \a/ i m m i n g team. Cap- 
tained by Nancy Bierly and Janice 
Savage, the coeds splashed to an ex- 
cellent 8-1 mark in the fall. 1969 saw 
the end of four consecutive unbeaten 
seasons. East Carolina ruined the 
streak. However, they came back to 
nail down the state championship. 
Fifteen members provided needed 
depth in every event. Backstroke 
problems solved by Betsy McFar- 
land, Susan Flook, and Dana Robert- 
son. Coach Mildred West was par- 
ticularly pleased with Noelle Kehr- 
berg: top point-getter as a freshman. 
Undefeated in the butterfly. Repre- 
sented the College in the Intercolle- 
giate Meet in Washington, D.C., in 
April. Beth Hamilton, Dee Nicholson, 
and Nancy Bierly regularly placed in 
the Breaststroke. Supplemental scor- 
ing by divers Linda Beerbower, Jane 
Muse, and Janet McMahon. 





Nancy Bierly open turns in the breaststroke. 




¥yjys. 



Women's Swimming. FRONT ROW: Jane Muse, Betty Hamil- 
ton, Dee Nicholson. SECOND ROW: Susan Flook, Noelle 
Kehrberg, Janice Savage, Nancy Bierly, Betsy MacFarland, 
Linda Beerbower. THIRD ROW: Dana Robertson, Becky Sem- 
ler. Trish Hiegel, Alice Harden, Mary Kennedy, Millie West, 
coach. 



Noelle Kehrberg: top woman swimmer. 



William 


and Mary 


Opponent 


48 


Old Dominion 


29 


56 


Longwood 


15 


58 


Madison 


54V2 


58 


Mary Washington 


24V2 


46 


Lynchburg 


40 


58 


Roanoke 


28 


38 


Mary Washington 


27 


38 


East Carolina 


70 



William and Mary: 1st in State Meet. 



Jane Muse finishes dive. 



67 




Collins; top swimmer in the State Meet. Fred Hoener on the last lap of the AOO IM. 



Gruver in the 200 Breast. 



William and Mary Opponent 

53 Clemson 51 

67 The Citadel 37 

53 VMI 51 

33 Virginia 71 

55 Old Dominion 49 

41 Wake Forest 63 

69 Davidson 35 

63 Georgetown 39 

53 • Loyola 51 

57 Virginia Tech 38 

William and Mary: 2nd in Virginia 
Intercollegiate Championships; 2nd in 

Southern Conference Champion- 
ships. 




Swimming. FRONT ROW: Bob Brunelli, 
John Greene, Wayne Giberson. George Col- 
lins. SECOND ROW: Bill Robinett, John 
Borner. Dave Dutrow, Fred Klein. Fred Hoe- 



ner. THIRD ROW: Wayde Harrison, assis- 
tant coach; Ed Walker, manager; Bob Ken- 
nedy. Jay McTighe. Bob Ricketts. manager; 
Dudley Jensen, head coach. 



58 




Fred Klein churns in the lOO Breast. 



Giberson touched out in a relay. 



Plunging into 

a record breaking season, William 
and Mary's swimming team put it all 
together In 1969. Back In November 
Coach Dudley Jensen observed: 
"This is the strongest team I've as- 
sembled In 19 years as coach." Final 
records proved him right. Despite the 
loss of six team members during the 
season, the Tribe posted an 8-2 rec- 
ord. Best in the school's history. In- 
cluding the first win over Virginia 
Tech in 30 years. W&M tankmen 
racked up 97 points, second to pow- 
erful UVa., in hosting Virginia's first 
State Intercollegiate Swimming 
Championships. George Collins: the 
meet's outstanding performer. Victo- 
ries in the 100 and 200 Fly and 200 
Individual Medley. Wayne Giberson 
(200 Free), Bob Kennedy (50 Free), 
and Collins: state champs. In nine 
dual meets Collins claimed 16 firsts 
in 17 events; Giberson took 11 and 
Kennedy seven. John Borner (Dis- 
tance), Fred Klein (Breast), Dave Dut- 
row (Back), John Greene (Breast), 
and Jay McTighe (Fly) consistently 
placed high. Jensen's crew took sec- 
ond in the Southern Conference 
to cap their finest performance. 




COLLINS -GIBERSON 
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341 




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HUTCHIN 



Swimmers celebrate victory after setting a record in the 400-free style Medley Relay. 




Dutrow starts the 200 Back. Collins takes the lOO Fly in the State Meet. 



Jay McTighe comes up for air. 



69 




Worthington twists off a curve. Bosiak gets spiked in a disputed play at first base. 



Richardson's delivery. 



70 




Bubba HooKer waits for the right pitch. 




Thirteen isn't 

an unlucky number when you talk 
about pitching staffs. A baker's 
dozen gave the Tribe the depth they 
needed to get through a 34 game 
season. Eight games on the road 
over Spring Break. Lefties Jim Worth- 
ington and Jim Supplee got help from 
another southpaw, Richie Richard- 
son, last year's starting centerf ielder. 
Coach Les Hooker had bench 
strength at every position, A slick 
fielding, strong hitting infield with 
Roger Keagy and Kevin Davenport. 
An outfield anchored by top hitter 
Bubba Hooker. And five catchers 
who battled each other for the start- 
ing slot. Six wins opened the sea- 
son. Doubleheader sweeps from VMI 
and Bucknell, along with victories 
over VCU and the Apprentice School. 
Come-from-behind was the squad's 
motto. They did it to VMI twice; 2-1 
and 3-1; and to Bucknell twice: 4-3 
and 2-1. Richardson left the out- 
field to pitch both wins over VMI. 
And proved thirteen pitchers are 
better than twelve. 





Roger Keagy brings in a run against VCU. 



Davenport dives back to kill the pickoff. 



Hit by a pitch: Richardson. 




Baseball. FRONT ROW: Jim Barackman, 
Dave Lineweaver, Art Kreutz, Nick Luc- 
cetti. Bruce Niles. Richie Richardson. Roger 
Keagy, Bob Barger, Jim Worthmgton, Dick 
Haberstroh. SECOND ROW: Stan Wein- 
stein, Don Oliver, John Fletcher, Rickie 
Allen, Jack Driscoll, Jim Purtill, Kevin 



Davenport, Vince Grejda, Cass Weiland. 
Steve Whitten, Ron Lee. THIRD ROW: 
Bubba Hooker, Bruce Cook, Mark Wilson, 
Sanford Boisseau, Brian Davenport, Jim 
Supplee, Herbie Moss, Dennis Martin, Steve 
Thompson, Matt Klimczak. Greg Bosiak, 
Les Hooker, coach. 



Nailin^i Bucknell off second. 



7. 





Jack DriscoM slides safely into third. 



Bubba Hooker gets mobbed by happy teammates after winning a game with VMl. 




Directing traffic: Coach i_es Hooker. 

March 15 VCU (2) 

18 Apprentice School (2) 

22 VMl (2) 

25 Bucknell (2) 
27 Virginia 

29 at Davidson 

31 at Georgia Tech 

April 1 at The Citadel 

2 at Jacksonville 

3 at Jacksonville 

4 at Miami 

5 at Miami 

7 at East Carolina 

12 at VMl (2) 

15 Virginia Tech 

17 at Navy 

18 at George Washington (2) 
21 at Virginia Tech 

24 Old Dominion 

26 George Washington (2) 
May 1 at Old Dominion 

2 Furman 

3 Davidson 

6 at Richmond (2) 
10 Richmond (2) 

16 Southern Conference 




Kevin Davenport puts the tag on a VCU baserunner who wandered too far off first 




Hooker pops up a bunt. Richie Richardson attempts a pickoff throw to first. 



72 




Purtill follows through after lashing a hit. 



ick to put a little exi - 




Rtckie Allen beats a VMI throw to first base. 



73 





Wooldndtie, Sal'Tion. and Hinder make offensive moves. 




Larry Saunders watches the Tnbe lose a disappointing opener. 

Moose hair 

bound by animal hide. The nnakings 
of an original American Indian la- 
crosse ball. Teams with 1000 or more 
warriors on each side played games 
which often resulted in bloody deaths. 
Today a hard rubber ball is used. 
Ten players to a side. Not nearly so 
many bloody deaths. William and 
Mary Lacrosse entered its third year 
in 1969. Still a club sport. Coach 
Jim Carpenter counted on six re- 
turning seniors, including captains 
Barry Use and Al Albert. 33 men 
fought it out for starting positions. 
A season of seven matches. Plus a 
scrimmage against Bucknell. Ohio 
Wesleyan opened fire against the 
Tribe defense in Game One as the 
experience-shy Indians dropped a 
19-0 score. The Bucknell scrimmage 
brought the first W&M scoring. But 
two goals to Bucknell's eleven weren't 
enough for the Indians in the old 
Indian game. 

March 22 Ohio Wesleyan 

25 Bucknell 
April 12 Virginia Tech 

16 VMI 

19 George Washington 

26 at East Carolina 
May 3 Richmond 

10 East Carolina 




Coach Jim Carpenter. 




• fi 

Clearing the ball. 






Don Holmes fires. 




Jim Yoffy rides the ball-handier. 




A loose ball: the cause for Cindy Wieboldt's concern. 



Sue Schwenk after the ball. 




Coeds cradled 

lacrosse balls. And learned the es- 
sential skills. Like how to scoop, pass, 
and catch a ball with crosses. Just 
the beginning for all who turned out 
for Lacrosse. To observers this kind 
of feminine activity seemed start- 
ling. Sticks crashed together. Players 
bumped into each other. And the 
ball ricocheted all over the place. 
Somehow Coach Joy Archer got the 
girls through the season. All 33 of 
them. Only six seniors, including 
Captain DeeDee Helfrich. A young 
team. Six matches, three at home. 
Plus the State Meet in May at Hol- 
lins College. And a chance to startle 
some more observers. 

Women's Lacrosse. FRONT ROW: Gail 
Whitaker. Lynn Hodgson. Pat Albright. 
DeeDee Helfrich. Cyndy HicKs. Liz Baltes. 
SECOND ROW: Pam Revolinsky. Mary 
Ausura. Jackie Sivertsen. Diane Westmore- 
land. Sherry Vetter, Laurie Aston, Debbie 
Daugherty. THIRD ROW: Joy Archer, head 
coach; Dianna Blair. Peggy Furman, Anna- 
belle Edwards. Cindy wieboldt. Kay Bar- 
rett. Robyn Krug, Sue Schwenk, Paige Reid, 
Karen Leroke, Caroline Haussermann. as- 
sistant coach. 




Cradling the ball: DeeDee Helfrich. 

April 16 at Mary Washington 

19 Hollins and Ursinus 

24 at Sweet Briar 

25 at Lynchburg 
May 2 Westhampton 

9-10 at State Meet 



Pat Albright passes over an extended crosse. 



Cyndy Hicks grabs a p 



75 



Fighting Irish 

from Notre Dame. One of the top 
track teams in the Midwest came to 
Williamsburg to run William and 
Mary. One of the top track teams in 
the East. Big time competition fi- 
nally arrived on campus. Coach John 
Randolph: "We don't have an easy 
mark on the whole schedule, and 
we don't want any." Other big meets: 
Penn, Drake, North Carolina, and 
American University Relays. The an- 
nual Navy battle. And the Colonial 
Relays at Cary Field: one of the 
East's most popular track classics. 
Captains Juris Luzins and George 
Davis helped the squad repeat their 
State and Conference outdoor 
crowns. A 124-30 win over VMI on 
March 28: the best way to start off 
another exceptional track campaign. 




Davis. Kirton. and Wood go hard in practice. 




John Randolph, first year head coach. 



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March 


28 


at VMI 


April 


5 


at American 

University Relays 




8 


Notre Dame 




11-12 


Colonial Relays 




19 


at Norfolk State 
Relays 




25-26 


at Penn, Carolina, 
and Drake Relays 




28 


at State Meet 


May 


9-10 


at Southern 
Conference 




17 


at Navy 




30-31 


at IC4A's 


June 


13-14 


at USTFF Meet 




19-21 


at NCAA 

Championships 




Dave Watson breaks from the blocks. 




Griffith and Decot lead the pack over the high hurdles in the Colonial Relays. 




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Doug Griffith breaks the tape far ahead of the rest of the field in the 880 Relay at Gary Field. 




Baton pass: Bill Findier to Mike Fratkin. Ashton Godley clocks the runners. 



77 




Chris Harvey starts down the runway. 



W&M weight man Roger E.telman cranks up to throw the discus. 



78 





Fratkin gets a half step on his Hampton institute rival. 




Broad jumper Scott McLennan strains for more distance. 



Indian high jumper Bruce Dallas clears the bar. 




Tom Frantz and Juris Luzins kid around during practice. 




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Rick Piatt sweats. 



George Davis: Tribe three miler. 



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Fencing. FRONT ROW: Roger Lee. Ralph 
Byers. Peter Appel. SECOND ROW: Don 
EIrod, Ken Armstrong. Paul Custis. Dick 
Guiterrez. 




John Wilhs coaches the fencers. 

Two firsts 

for William and Mary Fencing in its 
second season: a new fencing P.E. 
class helped fill positions on the 
team. And W&M hosted the Virginia 
Foil Championships on March 22. 
Again under the direction of John 
Willis and the Reverend Joseph Trim- 
ble. Competition in Foil, Saber, and 
Epee events, as well as Mixed Doub- 
les. Captain Roger Lee and six others 
returned from 1968. Senior Richard 
Gutierrez: the Virginia Novice Foil 
champion. Another first. 




Paul Custis waits for his match. 



Roger Lee prepares to attack. 




Don EIrod lunges too late as his opponent makes contact. 




Ken Armstrong and Don EIrod quinte parry in Saber. 



State Meet at Blow Gym. 



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After his round, Bill Sirbaugh checks the score. 



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Paper targets 

fifty feet away. What the Rifle team 
aimed to hit. Five firers got 100 shots 
in each of three positions. Targets 
were hit enough times to earn William 
and Mary a 4-3 record and fifth place 
in the Southern Conference. Senior 
captains Jack McPherson and Bill 
Thornberg were consistently in the 
top five. Thornberg: Tribe high point 
man in the Conference meet. Coach 
Sgt. -Major Edward Freeman felt the 
loss of four year veterans Bill Morris 
and Bob Pollard at January gradua- 
tion cut down the scoring. Especially 
in the one point loss to Hampton In- 
stitute. The William and Mary Rifle 
Club: a separate group composed of 
faculty, graduate students, and team 
members. Dr. A. Z. Freeman helped 
the club rack up a 4-0 mark and the 
Eastern Virginia International Rifle 
League championship. 



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Rifle. FRONT ROW: Bill Morns. Don Oliver. Chns 
Wright. Fred Prasse, Ray Hill. SECOND ROW: A. Z 
Freeman. Bill Sirbaugh. Dave McKiernan. jack Mc- 
Pherson. Bill Thornberg. Sgt. -Major Edward Freeman, 
coach. 



81 



Lopsided wins 

and losses marked the start of the 
1969 Men's Tennis season. Virginia 
took W&M 9-0, but the Indian net- 
men shot down West Chester State 
9-0 in the next match. Later on, 
East Carolina and Bucknell fell 7-2 
and 6-3. A new opponent almost 
every day for two weeks; part of the 
long season. Twenty-four matches in 
less than two months: lots of prac- 
tice under pressure. Colonel Lewis 
Wetherell took his men to North and 
South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida 
over Spring Break. To soak up sun on 
other college's courts. A junior Num- 
ber One: Ken Birkett. And a dog- 
fight for the next five spots. 

Men's Tennis. FRONT ROW: Dave Post, 
J,m O'Brien. Jim Friscia. SECOND ROW: 
Harry Cross. Ken Birkett. Jim Fitzsim- 
mons, Erik Scudder. 



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Jim O'Brien backhands the ball- 




Dave Post. 



March 



April 



May 



15 Virginia 

16 West Chester State 

17 East Carolina 
21 Ohio State 

24 Penn State 

25 Bucknell 
27 Dartmouth 
29 at Presbyterian 
31 at The Citadel 

1 at Rollins 

2 at Strike Command 

3 at Florida 

4 at Jacksonville 

5 at Georgia Southern 
7 at Davidson 
9 Furman 

11 at Washington and Lee 

12 at VMI 
14 Richmond 
17 at Navy 

19 George Washington 

20 Georgetown 
24 VCU 
^8 at SoShern Conference jun.or J,m F,tzs,mmons makes an easy return agamst West Chester State. 




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Barbara Wetherell goes up to get the ball. 



The team's only senior. Donnie Chancellor. 




joAnne Dukeshire backs up Charlotte Atwater's move to return the volley in a practice. 




Mini-skirted 

girls. On Duke of Gloucester Street? 
No. On the tennis courts at Adair. 
Women's Tennis improved the Col- 
lege scenery in the spring. Captain 
Donnie Chancellor: the only senior. 
Lots of help from Charlotte Atwater, 
Barbara Wetherell, and Patti Graves. 
Coach Millie West scheduled ten 
matches and a practice session with 
Norfolk Academy. Before practices 
even started, Charlotte Atwater trav- 
eled to Tallahassee, Florida. To 
compete in the Southern Intercol- 
legiates March 7-9. She got all the 
way to the quarterfinals. In the top 
16 of 132 competitors. 

Women's Tennis. FRONT ROW: Donnie 
Chancellor, Charlotte Atwater. Barbara 
Wetherell, JoAnne Dukeshire. SECOND 
ROW: Trudy Norton, Patti Graves, Patti 
Deuster, Sue Register, Millie West, coach. 



April 



May 



11 


Norfolk Academy 


15 


Mary Bald\A/in 


19 


Ursinus 


23 


at Mary Washington 


25 


at Old Dominion 


1-3 


at Mary Baldwin 


7 


at Westhampton 


9 


Longwood 


13 


St. Catherine's 


15 


at Sweet Briar 


20 


at VCU 




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Coach Millie West. 



Trudy Morton j; 



'.:jry Baldwin. 



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Mens Golf. FRONT ROW: Steve Isaacs, 
Bill Bonifant, Les Watson. Steve Demchyk. 
Danny Rizzo. SECOND ROW: Joe Agee, 
coach; Ted Yeiser, John Wooleyhan, Mike 
Parker, Mike Eberhardt. 

Sporting brand 

new uniforms, golfers had to relo- 
cate at the Newport News Municipal 
layout. Third longest golf course in 
the country. Some walking. And some 
riding: to Myrtle Beach over Spring 
Break for matches with Maryland 
and Michigan State. All but one let- 
terman returned for the 1969 sea- 
son. Before the southern trip, Coach 
Joe Agee's boys won all of their ex- 
hibition meets. Golfers looked for- 
ward to the Southern Conference 
Tournament at Pinehurst, North Car- 
olina, as they selected rain gear for 
the State Championship at Hot 
Springs. Where it rained for 13 of 
the last 15 years on tournament day. 
Not good for brand new uniforms. 



March 



April 



May 



25 

27 

30 

1 

2 

11 

15 
21 

25 

26 



28 

1 

5-7 



Bucknell 

Randolph-Macon 

at Myrtle Beach, S.C., 
withWofford, Uni- 
versity of Maryland, 

Michigan State 

Old Dominion and 
East Carolina 

at George Washington 

at Virginia and 
Richmond 

at VMI and Washington 
and Lee 

at Virginia Tech and 
East Tennessee 
State 

at State Meet 

VCU and Wilmington 
College 

at Southern 
Conference 








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Watson, Parker, and Rizzo, just off the fairway. 



Junior Steve Isaacs. 




Watson drives hard to get on in two. 



underbrush gets underfoot as Parker gets out. 



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Women drivers 

on the golf course beginning in mid- 
April. Coach Marion Reeder planned 
a busy schedule for her golfers. 
Practices every afternoon at 4:00 
on Phi Bete field. When the weather 
got warmer the women drove to the 
Newport News Municipal Course. 
Seven matches tentatively set up. 
Competition like Lynchburg, Madi- 
son, Mary Baldwin, North Carolina, 
and Longwood. Pretty ambitious for 
a third-year sport at the College. But 
then, the six-girl team only lost one 
collegiate match in 1968. Barb John- 
son, Berta Hampton, and Cathy 
Mims: returnees from last year. 




In the 


Madison 


match, Berta Hampton swings 


April 


16 


Lynchburg and 
Randolph -Macon 




23 


Madison 




25 


at North Carolina 


May 


1 


Mary Baldwin and 
Fort Eustice 




8 


Longwood 



Kim Roddy at practice. 



Dana Robertson. 



85 




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WRA Officers. FRONT ROW: Gerry Baltes, 
secretary; Mary Ann Whyte. student head 
of intramurals. SECOND ROW: Margaret 
Brownell, point recorder; Ginnie Klemkow- 
ski, point recorder; Trisha Frazier, presi- 
dent. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Gloria Reeve, 
administrative assistant; Miss Jan Tom- 
linson, advisor; Lyn Clay, secretary of 
manager's board. 




Lake Matoaka: scene of the v\/RA picnic. 



The name of 

the game is point accumulation. Wom- 
en stop studying long enough to pitch 
softballs, sink baskets, and deal 
bridge hands. A 1967 constitution 
created the Women's Recreation As- 
sociation. All women students had 
associate membership. Through par- 
ticipation they earned fifty points, 
enough to be active WRA members. 
Mrs. Gloria Reeves, administrativeas- 
sistant: "The WRA promotes the 
healthful and recreative activities for 
all women students of the College." 
A varied intramural program: softball, 
tennis, bridge, volleyball, basketball, 
badminton, swimming, bowling, and 
modern dance. 




WHA Mdiidgers. FRONT ROW: Jane Up- 
son, Lynda Murphy, Debbie Ostergard. 
SECOND ROW: Nancy Bierly, Kathy l_on- 
dergan, Kay Tucker. THIRD ROW: Diane 
Broman, Joan Brownell, Peggy LeReche. 
FOURTH ROW: Margaret Brownell. Sue 
Schwenk, Dee Dee Helfrich. FIFTH ROW: 
Berta Hampton. Pat Albright. Pat Butler. 



vy/RA Reps. FRONT ROW: Peggy Drake. 
Paula Domino, Janice Savage, Lyn Clay. 
SECOND ROW: Jane Upson, Judy Self. 
Joanne Dukeshire, Mary Ellen Allen, Dee 
Dee Helfrich. THIRD ROW: Amy Blanchard, 



Kay i ucKer. L^retcherT Morns. Peg Furman, 
Sue Schwenk. FOURTH ROW: Carolyn Cur- 
ley, Cindy Wieboldt, Judy Barrows. Hayden 
Gwaltney, Trudy Horton. 



87 




Sandy Fagan fires a pass against Kappa Sig. Bob Holmes. Ed Kellam, Jim Supplee, Scott Curzl discuss strategy during a timeout. 




Lambda Chi's Dennis Cordell bobbles a pass as Tom Doughty and Jack Pulling look on. Laycock throws; Winners vs. Sigma Nu. 




QB Craig Hammond. 



Fraternity League All Stars. FRONT ROW: Bob Holmes, Sandy Fagan, Bruce Cook, 
Larry Saunders, Jim Purtill. SECOND ROW: Rick O'Neil, Bill Churchill, Bill Singleton. 
Ed Kellam, Mike Florence. 



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At the first 

sign of fall the action started. The 
intramural office in Blow Gym got 
crowded. Uniforms. Footballs. Ref's 
jerseys. Ed Jones directed the busy 
program. Football kicked things off. 
Fraternity men bound by a single 
cause: beat hell out of the other fra- 
ternities. Dirty rush never seen on the 
intramural field. Sigrna Nu took the 
fraternity title; the Winners were in- 
dependent champs. But Sig Ep 
grabbed the overall point lead with 
victories in wrestling and free throws. 
Lambda Chi booted their way to the 
place kicking crown. Kappa Sig took 
first in volleyball, Sigma Nu triumphed 
in bowling. The second semester saw 
Kappa Sig win the basketball title. 




Sig Ep's Rick O'Neil breaks up a pass intended for Jim Supplee. Defensive back Chuck Baril of Sigma Chi raps Art Miller. 




Captains Rick O'Neil and Bill Benham before the kickoff. 



Rest and strategy at half time. PiKA's Isaacs under pressure. 



89 




Ed Jones runs W&M's intramural program. Theta Delt's Bart Garvey battles to escape the pin m an intramural match. 




Kevin Davenport wins intramural place kicking 



Worthington spikes one for Kappa Sig. A spike high above the net. 



90 



Lambda Chi's Jack Pulling goes up to block a spike attempt. Jon Bilbo rolls his opponent over on his back in heavyweight wrestling. 






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Sigma Pi's Mike Millard beats the Phi Taus to the ball. 



Lambda Chis and Pi Lams jockey for position. 




Fraternity and independent swimming action gets off the blocks in mid-Apnl 



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Sophomore Pete Tyree swims the butterfly leg on his independent team's 80 yard Medley Relay. 




Mike Florence catches a Sig Ep elbow. 



76'ers fiK'H <>j' 'eUuund. Theta Delfs Richardson blocks Lambda Chi shot. 



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Three couples display excellent form, grace, and delicate balance out of the water. 



Spring water 

show. Mermettes glided through the 
water in synchronized motion or 
swung on trapezes above the pool in 
Adair Gym. They'd waited all year for 
that moment. A new kind of show. 
Different from last year's "Swim 
Flicks." One without a theme; one 
using lots of gimmicks. Accepting 
eight new members during fall try- 
outs was the beginning. Every Thurs- 
day night they practiced routines and 
swam laps. More rehearsals as the 
show grew closer. Girls choreo- 
graphed routines and designed cos- 
tumes. The last night performance 
finale came quickly. 




Guys and girls, comedy and serious performances in "Swim Flicks." f 



1968 show. 



Relaxation during a rehearsal. 





Geometry in the rectangular Adair pool. 

Mermettes. FRONT ROW: Terry Waters, 
Kathy Betton, Ginny Klemkowski, Cindy 
O'Callaghan, Jan Ferguson. Alice Hardin, 
Marie Arnold. Cheryl Menke. Linda Freeman, 
secretary-treasurer. SECOND ROW; Linda 
Buckley, president; Elizabeth Keillor, Nancy 
Bierly, Diane Broman, Boofie Hollowell, 
Brucie McKenzie. Ginny Nittoli. Bea Tray- 
wick. THIRD ROW: Karen Hunsberger, Wen- 
dy Seaman, Nell Wrather, Lynda Lotz, Don- 
na Oiney, Leska Bell. Shelley Watts. Ginger 
McKay, Gail Granger. 



No name 



for the program except "An Evening 
of Dance," where Orchesis demon- 
strated the wide variety of modern 
dance. Members spent all year per- 
fecting the March show. General tech- 
nique sessions every Wednesday 
night until Thanksgiving. For the rest 
of the year, details of choreography 
and costuming. Weekly rehearsals of 
each routine, with almost every mem- 
ber in two or three different ones. 
Subjects of dances included mytholo- 
gy: Icharus, Persephone. Feelings: 
Joy, Loneliness. And works of art: 
"Three Musicians," "The Twittering 
Machine." Some comical interpreta- 
tions. Some serious. All unique. 




A show of command and immovable strength. 





The grace and beauty of dance. 



Orchesis. FRONT ROW; Dee Curwen, president; Margie Corvino. vice president; Colleen 
Perkins, secretary; Bonnie Bruce. SECOND ROW: Cher Zucker, Betsy Smith, Hada De- 
Varona, Brenda Jackson. Sharon Hayden, Marci Morgan. THIRD ROW; Pam Doolin. Sandy 
Kotarides, Hannah Lindsay, Lyndal Andrews, Ellen Griffith, Betsy Vail. Muffy Vreeland. 
FOURTH ROW; Sue Woodman, Carol Clouser. Kathy Hilgert. Sue Montgomery, Gail Con- 
way. 




Fast action calls for everyone's best. Two dancers display the force of silhouette. 



96 



green wool against your skin. Com- 
ing back to school a week early for 
three hours of practice a day and 
sore muscles. Struggling to get some 
kind of feeling betw^een those guys 
on the grid and the faces in the 
stands. One of seven varsity cheer- 
leaders. Most of it wasn't even fun. 
Just once in a while it was really 
worth it. Coffee shared in 30 degree 
weather. Drowsy talks in the old sta- 
tion wagon coming home from that 
victory over VMI. No other feeling in 
the world like that wild happiness of 
vvhipping into the Fight Song after 
the touchdown that put you ahead! 




Preshman Cheerleaders. FRONT ROW: Linda Raynes. Peggy 
3orso. Lynn Anderson. SECOND ROW: Susan Fuqua, Mary 
<\nn Royer. THIRD ROW: Marilyn Jeans, Sharon Smith. 



varsity Cheerleaders. FRONT ROW: Jo Raflo. 
Janet Watkins. captain: Gail Granger. SEC- 
OND ROW: Karen Clark. Martha Mollis. 
THIRD ROW: Glinda Bowry. 



Martha Mollis. 




Peggy Corso. Susie Fuqua, Marilyn Jeans, and Linda Raynes watch a close play. Gail Gran, 



97 



Band. FRONT ROW: James Green. Harry 
Cruse. Steve Way, Jack Kuhlman, Ron Re- 
vere. Bucky Boone, Herb Berman. SECOND 
ROW: Bob Miller, drum major; Ton! Webster. 
Ron Hudson, Doug Plank, Don Christofer- 
sen. Bill Weston, Jim Gilley, Cheryl Russell, 
Diana Learner, Dianna Blair, Marcie Morgan, 
Leslie Stallknecht, Gma Comeau, John Wall- 
mark, Walt Stumpf , Cary Taylor, Jerry Drye, 
Tim Aucremann, Fred Korty. Trudy Gunia, 
Charles Varner, director. THIRD ROW: Jim 
Cole, Kathy Betton, Bill Price, Barbara Grin- 
de, Pam Rarig, Jeff Shonert, Nancy Pitzer, 
Karen Hagler, Sara Baken, Bob Hoffman, 
Sanders Wyatt, Ron Johnson, Brian White. 
FOURTH ROW: Al Clarke. Larry Gilbert, 
Steve Womack, Sally Nuernberg, Micky 
Michael, Bob Campbell, Sue Cottrill, Jack 
Davies, Jim McLean, Bill Sizemore, Bill 
Beamer, Durwood Adams. FIFTH ROW: 
Mark Mathiesen, Scott Lodge, Ken Neeley, 
Brett Stamps, Alan Kahan, Steve Moore, 
Frank Bennett, Jim Bigger, Gregg Turk. 
SIXTH ROW: Mark Poland. Richard Spitler, 
Bill Mustain, John Holdren, Bill Scott. 





Drum Major Bob Miller. 



At-ease fascination. 



In-step dedication. 



Feature twirler Kathy Netzley. 



98 





Eye takes precedence over action. 



"Just one more 

time." Mr. Varner always promised 
the band. Going through downfield 
drills and feature number configura- 
tions time after time. "And don't step 
on Prudence" (the pivotal point of the 
routine). Parades, a trip to New York 
City, and precise half time shows at 
football games. Practices at four 
o'clock. Monday, Wednesday, Friday. 
No wonder the majorettes got through 
the Homecoming parade, the Tobac- 
co Festival, and all those half times 
without ever dropping their batons. 
Well, hardly ever. Practice was the 
only answer when a complicated 
marching drill and an already precise 
majorette routine had to be coordi- 
nated. Marching season excitement 
ended in late fall. But practices con- 
tinued for the May evening concerts. 




Majorettes. FRONT; Ellen Cooper, head. SECOND ROW: Deanie Hall. Joanne Bird. Mary 
Ruth Price. Grace Roselli, Wanda Jenkins. Lorainne Burgio. 



Alternate Majorettes. Ctieryi Krupa. Mary 
Obregon 



99 




William and Mary Community Orchestra, directed by Mr. Alan C. Stewart. 




Local musicians contribute their talent. 

Violas, oboes, 

basses, horns, etc., with direction: 
Chamber Orchestra. Rehearsals for 
the twenty-nine members took hours. 
Then one Sunday in January they 
presented "A Concert of Chamber 
Music" in Phi Beta Kappa. Assorted 
pieces played for the audience, with 
Concerto No. 12 in A by Mozart end- 
ing the evening. In February, a meet- 
ing held to organize a community- 
college orchestra. Added members 
came from Williamsburg and the Wil- 
liam and Mary Band and together 
prepared for the full orchestra con- 
cert in May. Some members picked 
up extra work playing for the Back- 
drop Club production. 




Violinists perform Elgars ■■Serenade for String Orchestra" at the January concert. 




Mr. Stewart at concert reception. 



French horns and woodwinds in concert. 



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Fehr discipline 

began shaping the voices of the fresh- 
man girls in the chorus. Auditions 
held for membership. But interest 
and some musical talent (like the 
ability to carry a tune) were enough. 
Treble voice music presented at the 
Christmas and Spring Concerts. 
Pieces such as "Magnificat" by Por- 
pora, an eighteenth century com- 
poser. Other appearances for this 
group preparing for the choir included 
Spring Honors Convocation and eve- 
ning concerts in May with the band. 




The Chorus performs Fehr's "Noel We Sing Today. 



Jan Ferguson ends a descant. 



Coeds concentrate on tone. 




The William and r.u 



1 orus, directed by Dr. Carl A. Fehr. 



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A TV camera in the Wren Courtyard is not a novelty to the Chotr. 



Soprano voices go for the highest notes. 




The Wilham and Mary Choir, directed by Dr. Carl A. Fehr. 




Taping a television program takes time and involves much waiting. 




Sue Williams in concert. 



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3 to 5 MWF 

found all choir members in Ewell for 
practice. Special practice sessions 
just before the Christmas and Spring 
concerts. To rehearse Poulenc's 
"Stabat Mater." Members spent 
hours one day and night taping the 
annual Christmas show for television. 
In color for the first time. Seen across 
the country on thirty-one stations. 
Touring choir auditions came before 
each trip. Just forty got to go to Na- 
tional Tobacco Festival in Richmond, 
the Regional Lion's Convention in 
Hampton, the American Legion Aux- 
iliary Convention in Washington, D.C. 
And on the spring tour to Alexandria, 
New Jersey, and Long Island. 



In concert: the William and Mary Choir. 





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Gary Pinion rests before going on stage. 



103 



Resolved: 



That executive control of U.S. foreign 
policy should be significantly cur- 
tailed. That's why Debate Council 
members traveled to colleges (mostly 
east of the Mississippi) to meet with 
otherteams.ToEmory, KansasState, 
Navy, Notre Dame, Dartmouth, 
Northwestern. At Ohio State they 
placed second, qualifying for the first 
time for the "Tournament of Cham- 
pions." Hours of individual research 
into books and periodicals. Around 
1700 notecards of pro and con argu- 
ments. Carefully filed and indexed 
for quick reference. Practice debates 
supervised by the two coaches and 
two graduate assistants. All leading 
up to the district elimination. Fifty- 
nine teams from as far as Washing- 
ton state traveled to William and 
Mary's tournament held during se- 
mester break. 




Director McConkey and Coach Micken confer on tour plans. 




Discussions introduce new approaches to standard argurnent. 





Marshall-Wythe Invitational 



Debate Council. FRONT ROW; Jim Parker, 
Wayne Smith, Louis Lobenhofer. SECOND 
ROW; Ann Godwin, Margie Byrer, Kathy 
Shirley, Nancy Lundquist. THIRD ROW: 
Patrick H. Micken, Richard Poinsett, Dean 
Hewes, Mike Chesson, Boyd Rossing, John 
Morello, Donald L. McConkey. 



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Jotting notes, debaters prepare rebuttal. 




Morello and Hewes with team trophies. 



104 



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With a cast of thousands. 



120 pages 

of script by Robert Henninger and 
Larry Raiken. Joyce Hill and Bill 
Brooke's G i I b e r t-and-SuIlivan-style 
music and lyrics. "Stop 13: The Col- 
lege of William and Mary." The Back- 
drop Club's first original play in ten 
years opened at Phi Beta Kappa in 
May 1968. A cast of fifty participated 
in this spoof on life at the College. 
And panicked whenever problems 
arose. A scene too long. Which lines 
stay, which go? Sixty measures of a 
song to choreograph. Problems 
solved. Followed by applause. Fol- 
lowed by curtain calls. Even after the 
first act. Homemade success. 



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Ron Payne and Quentin Van Meter sing the "Hippie Love Song.' 





Backdrop Club. FRONT ROW: Larry Slreetman. Ralph Manna. 
Marcia Ricketts. Betsy Ewing, Lee Schueler, Karen Hunsberger. 
SECOND ROW: Robert Henninger. Carson Phillips. Jack Nor- 
man. Roger Sherman, advisor. THIRD ROW: David McCall. Al 
Ward, treasurer. FOURTH ROW: Mary Ellen Newman, presi- 
dent; Quentin Van Meter, director: Ann Chancellor. 



Satire of an administrators' conference. 



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Clytemnestra. Electra. 



106 




The Mute, Fantasticks. 



Old Actor and El Gallo, Fantasticks. 



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Subscriber 



benefits to those holding William and 
Mary Theatre season tickets: priority 
seating, discount prices, guide to the 
season's plays. Sunday afternoon 
post-dramatems for everybody. 
Those attending the Phi Beta Kappa 
Hall performances got a variety of 
entertainment. Sophocles' Electra 
ended the 1967-68 season. The 
1968-69 season included The Fan- 
tasticks, The Devil's Disciple. The In- 
vestigation, Hamlet. The Theatre 
sponsored visiting performances of 
Sir Tyrone Guthrie and the Oxford 
and Cambridge Shakespearean Com- 
pany's A Midsummer Night's Dream. 



The fathers' lament, Fantasticks. 



107 




Mistaken identity and false arrest, The Devil's Disciple 



Lawyer Hawkins, The Devil's Disciple. 



108 




A witness tells of the possibility of survival in the concentration camp, The Investigation. 




A description of "The Swing," The Investigation. 



Boger denies charges. 



A woman rememBers. 



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A two-night 

stand in Willlannsburg. Or so the 
newsmen reported. Presidential can- 
didate Richard Nixon stopped by the 
Wren Building long enough on Octo- 
ber 2 to make a "spirit of '76" speech 
to an audience of 120 invited guests. 
And to receive a 275th Anniversary 
Medallion from President Paschall. 
Radio and TV reporters jotted down 
reactions to the speech as it was 
piped outside to the Courtyard 
crowd. Pro-Humphrey demonstra- 
tors, outnumbering Nixon supporters 
five-to-one. waited, and waited, for 
the chance to see and question Mr. 
Nixon. News photographers had to 
settle for pictures of the students 
and their signs when he was hurried 
away through a side door. After 
lunch, Nixon returned to the campus 
to tape a campaign commercial, 
showing his rapport with college stu- 
dents — non-William and Mary college 
students. Again, he was hurried 
away. Side-stepping through the 
same side door. 











Ill 



A revival 



of Virginia politics at William and 
Mary. Governor Mills E. Godwin vis- 
ited the College twice. Once in Octo- 
ber to speak at Phi Bete for passage 
of the Bond Issue. Back again on 
January 1 1 for the Great Hall pre- 
sentation of the Report of the Vir- 
ginia Commission on Constitutional 
Revision. Eleven distinguished Vir- 
ginians (including President Paschall) 
worked on proposed revisions that 
covered scheduling of legislative ses- 
sions, powers and duties of the gov- 
ernor, election procedures. In accept- 
ing the Report, Godwin said, "It is par- 
ticularly appropriate that the Com- 
mission's findings be presented in the 
historic setting of the College of Wil- 
liam and Mary and Colonial Williams- 
burg where so much of our Constitu- 
tional system is grounded." 




Political persuasion — even for non-voters. 




Part of the eleven-man Commission who studied and revised Virginia's Constitution. 



Commission Chairman Albertis Harrison. 





Henry Steele Commager, historian. 

Discussions 

among senior class members. De- 
lays as requests moved "through the 
proper channels." Finally, in May 
1968, House Minority Leader Gerald 
Ford was secured to speak at the 
June Commencement Exercises. 
During first semester, "Reincarnation 
n Southeast Asia" \A/as the topic dis- 
cussed by Mr. Francis Story, a vis- 
iting scholar engaged by the Com- 
mittee on Arts and Lectures. The 
1968-69 William and Mary Lecture 
Series featured other noted speak- 
ers: Harmon Bro, "The Rediscovery 
of Dreams"; Robert Bierstedt, "So- 
ciology: Science or Profession?"; 
James Ackerman, "The Demise of 
the Avant-Garde." In October, a 
three-day symposium on Anglo- 
American connections featured the 
distinguished historian, Professor 
Henry Steele Commager. Modern 
poet Richard Wilbur read selections 
from his work in the Ballroom. 



Andre Garaud, diplomat. 



Congressman Gerald Ford. Commencement, June 1968. 



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An Oxford and Cambridge Shakespearean Company production. 



Heller reads from a new work, Something Happened 




Catch 22 



"A Midsummer Night's Drearn." 



discussions inaugurated the first Col- 
lege-Wide Program of Readings and 
Lectures. The general theme: Man at 
the Mercy of Himself. During Orienta- 
tion Week, faculty and freshmen held 
seminars on Joseph Heller's best-sell- 
ing novel. Mr. Heller came to campus 
on February 20 and 21, speaking to 
classes, talking in the Wig over cof- 
fee, reading from his novels in Phi 
Bete. The program continued: Glen 
Gray, author of The Warriors; Mich- 
ael Harrington, author of The Other 
America. W.N. Schoenfeld discussed 
B. F. Skinner's Science and Human 
Behavior. And Professors Tate, 
Beyer, and Edv\/ards discussed Sena- 
tor J. William Fulbright's Arrogance 
of Power. Visitors sponsored by the 
William and Mary Theatre: Claude Ki- 
pinis in Spring 1968; The Oxford and 
Cambridge Shakespearean Company 
and Sir Tyrone Guthrie in 1969, 




A reception for Mr, Heller in the Dodge Room 



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Outstanding 

musical programs marked the thirty- 
third season of the William and Mary 
Concert Series. Entertainment began 
October 17 when The Camerata 
Singers performed. The Orchestre de 
Paris, James Oliver Buswell IV, Julian 
Bream, and The Eastman Quartet 
followed. Sunday afternoons: free 
concerts in the Collegium Musicum 
Series. Recorders, violins, pianos, 
baritones, and flutes in key. 






Takako Nishizaki. violinist 




Collegium Musicum Series. The Camerata Singers, first in the Concert Series. 



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President Paschal! welcomes visitors to the College and begins the morning program. "A New Sense of Awareness. 



A deluge 



of 1500 parents. May 4, 1968. The 
campus, slightly wet but warmly hos- 
pitable, welcomed these visitors to 
home away from home. Dennis 
Denenberg, Parents' Day General 
Chairman, proclaimed the day a 
chance to become "acquainted with 
life at William and Mary." The rain. A 
two hour wait for a Commons boxed 
lunch. Enough sports, plays, con- 
certs, and lectures to last three days. 
An address by Marvin Kalb of CBS 
News and a Queen's Guard perfor- 
mance in the Sunken Garden. Gaining 
"A New Sense of Awareness" of col- 
legiate existence. 




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Friday night in Adair Gym; the tempo is slowed down — a chance to relocate your partner. 




Caria Thomas highlights the concert. 

Wiped out 

on the "hairpin" curve behind the old 
lodges. If Greeks' carts held together 
for the whole race, and their motors' 
legs didn't give out, they probably 
won their heat. Rope burns and egg- 
decorated clothes identified the Greek 
Games athletes. Adair Gym on Fri- 
day night before the Sunday games. 
Wipe outs of another kind. It would've 
gotten pretty hot in there, even if Spi- 
der Turner and CarIa Thomas hadn't 
been singing. Guards tried to keep the 
temperature down by hunting ciga- 
rette smokers. Traditional dives (and 
tosses) into Landrum Pond after the 
games on Sunday ended Greek Week- 
end. When sororities and fraternities 
organized their forces. 



Greek Weekend ends at Landrum Pond. 



Sigma Pis in the race. 



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The Greek world opens to frosh men. 



Rhythm and blues tunes emerge from the horns of the Tams. 





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students take the Tams' advice: "Be young, be foolish, be happy. 



blue suits made it hard to miss the 
Tams. More soul. On stage Friday of 
IFC Weekend . Adair Gym with writing 
on the walls. Greek letters in two's 
and three's. A first chance for Greeks 
to party with freshmen. And vice ver- 
sa . Saturday night . Twelve doors open 
to freshmen making the rounds. 



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spring Finals magic. 




Motown music. 



Couples choose between blankets and bleachers. 




Blow Gym rocks to the loudness of the "Mitch Ryder Revue. 



Predictions 



of rain. What could have been a great 
outdoor formal was shifted to a 
"Spring Carnival" in the Campus 
Center. Clowns, balloons, and caged 
animals. Stan Rubin's Orchestra, for 
the second year in a row, provided 
music in the Ballroom. A psychedelic 
combo two flights down. Saturday 
night. A purple-suited Mitch Ryder 
belted out "Little Latin Lupe Lu." And 
socked it to you, baby, on Spring Fi- 
nals weekend. 




Threatened rain fails to dampen the spirit of the evening. 



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A Short break in the music: sitting, talking, and heading for the doors and fresh air. 




Refreshment in bowls and bottles. 



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Alpha Chi's oriental dragon. Lambda Chis signal that the Tribe is on the warpath. 



122 




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classes on Saturday morning. So ev- 
erybody could watch the Homecom- 
ing Parade. Mums for sale. Floats 
with themes. "Guess Who's Coming 
to Dinner?" "Noah's Ark." "Campaign 
for the Indians." "Gates of Hell." Side- 
walk judges decided which of the so- 
rority masterpieces and fraternity 
last-minute-efforts were best. Five 
official judges down the street on the 
Courthouse steps decided which 
Greek floats would win. 




Kappa's octopus. 



KDs "Bob the Cat" with their homemade razor. 



Theta wiris top sorority float with "Noahs Ark. 




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drd the parade. Gamma Phi belle. 



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Returning alumni crowd in the West bleachers to watch the Indian-Bobcat contest. 



Stands empty after a bad game. 







Initial Tribe enthusiasm is high despite hot weather and a powerful Ohio team which it faces m the Homecoming game. 

High spirits. 

High temperature. And a high score. 
For Ohio University. Half time an- 
nouncements: Phi Tau and Theta got 
firsts for their floats. Homecoming 
Queen Susan Small and her court 
walked down the 50 yard line be- 
tween at-attention Queen's Guards- 
men. Greek receptions at the houses. 
Alums had fun despite the disap- 
pointing game. The night before: Mar- 
vin Gaye kept a full house waiting a 
half-hour. 1:15 lates for the dance. 
High spirits then, too. 




Wes Meeteer slips through a hole in the tough Bobcat defensive line. 




Alumni get together at parties and receptions to talk and remember when. 



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Backed by the "Majesties." Marvin Gaye fills Blow Gym with soul sounds. Semiformal attire on a hot night. 




Marvin wins approval. Above the bandstand weary dancers find seats and their own entertainment. 




Dancing in one place only results from the turn-away crowd which pacKs the gym. 



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The Rhondels' lead drummer: intent on his job. 



Dancing from 9:00 till 1:00. 



Bill Deal sings "Reach Out." 





The rafters 

in the gym didn't have anyone 
perched on them. But if a few more 
people had come to the Fifth Dimen- 
sion's concert at Midwinters on 
March 8, that was the only place left 
to sit. A love medley for openers. Es- 
tablished hits and new renditions. A 
different routine with each song and 
their own light show. Trips into the 
audience and unbelievable costumes. 
Cheers and applause like Blow Gym 
never heard before. Green squiggles 
on hands marked those at the Friday 
night dance. Bill Deal and the Rhon- 
dels asked "May I?" 




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Midwinters 1969 with The Fifth Dimension: Ron Townson, Lamont McLemore, Billy Davis, Jr., Florence Larue, and Marilyn McCou, 




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Miss William and Mary Candidates. FRONT 

ROW: Carolyn Lawhorne, Anne larrobmo. 
Diane Lucas, Wendy Seaman. Freddie 
Fechtmann, Nell Wrather, Sally Barner. 
SECOND ROW: Connie Hennes, George De- 
Vilbiss. Christy Schmidt. Elaine Barnes. 
Joann Walthall, Lin Stocker, Linda Buck- 
ley, Margaret Micholet, Gail McLawhon. 
THIRD ROW: Helen Rhea, Donnie Chan- 
cellor, Carol Sawyer, Cathy Coleman, Cathy 
Webb, Phyllis Perdue, Grace Roselli, Sharon 
Quillen, Gwynn Chambers, Diana Shimler. 

Eye-catching 

girls. Thirty of them. Elected from the 
women's dormitories, sororities, and 
fraternities to compete in the annual 
Miss William and Mary Contest. 
Sponsored by the Colonial Echo. Pic- 
tures posted in the Campus Center 
lobby where students voted Novem- 
ber 11-13 electing five finalists. Then 
actor Steve McQueen looked over 
formal pictures of each finalist. And 
chose Miss William and Mary 1969. 



Mr. Steve McQueen, judge of the 1969 Miss William and Mary Contest. 



129 



Grace Roselli. 

From West Orange, New Jersey to 
Williamsburg to Los Angeles and the 
Joey Bishop Show as Southern Con- 
ference Queen. In competition for 
the National College Football Queen 
title that included an appearance on 
national television at the Rose Bowl 
game. Then back to Williamsburg to 
continue her activities as a junior 
Spanish major, member of Pi Beta 
Phi social sorority, majorette, mem- 
ber of Eta Sigma Phi, ancient lan- 
guage honorary, and Sigma Delta 
Phi, Spanish honorary. And to reign 
as Miss William and Mary. 





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Miss Carolyn Lawhorne 



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Miss William and Mary Finalists 




Miss Margaret Micholet 



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Homecoming Court 




Homecoming half time. 




Miss Susan Small. Homecoming Queen 1968. 



The Queen presented. 



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Miss Lin Stocker, Junior Princess. 



MiSi D^iinit; Chancellor The crowning by Paschall and Alumnae President Foster. 




Miss Anne Larrobino, Freshman Princess 



Miss Ann Nelms, Senior Princess. 



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Steve Gaskins interprets Scripture. 



Bruce Whitenack at prayer meeting. 



Green Room 

meetings every week night at six 
o'clock. Retreat from the tension- 
building day. Time for quiet thoughts 
and prayers and discussion. Inter- 
Varsity Christian Fellowship. A bond 
of common faith. They searched the 
scriptures finding answers to ques- 
tions. Then found a way to convey 
them to others. Witness. 

Coffeehouse 

non-colonial Williamsburg style. Spon- 
sored by all denominational groups, 
the Forge attracted both stags and 
couples. Some place different to go 
on Friday nights. Decorations had to 
be put up on Friday afternoons and 
taken down right after the midnight 
closing. Williamsburg ministers, two 
at a time, took "Forge Duty" at the 
Wesley Foundation building. Stu- 
dents heard guitarists and folk 
singers. Mostly from the College. 
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cloths helped set the mood. So did 
hot cider, cheesecake, and espresso. 



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ects: Jere Jones, treasurer; Ted Wood, vice president; Bill Findler, president: 
Jane Ferguson, secretary; Bruce Whitenack, missions secretary. SECOND 
ROW: Sue Cottrill, Peggy LeReche. Alice Harden, Bill Munsey, Pam Revolinsky, 
Bonnie Bailey, John Averett. THIRD ROW: Pete Beal, Lilli Buck, Jane Ledbet- 
ter. Ernest Curtin, Dan Henneberg, Bill Price, Christine Turner. FOURTH ROW: 
Art Thomas, Steve Gaskins, Bob Garber, Larry Lilly, Bob Wooldridge, John 
Schmoyer. Bob Hobson, Jim Ferry. 




Forge. FRONT ROW: Peter Zuger. vice ch.i ■ 
Ken Keppel, Ken Neeley. SECOND ROW: Mary Lee 
Alderson. Tom Mitchell, treasurer; Barbara Batson, 
Chip Keating, Helen Judy, Liz Rogowski, chairman. 



141 



Balfour-Hillel. FRONT ROW: Louis Tonel- 
son, president; Herbert Berman. Allan 
Hecht, vice president; George Fenigsohn, 
secretary. SECOND ROW: Steve Tonel- 
son, Yetta Jacobs. Dick Karelitz, Irene 
Diemant. Bobby Salter, David Post. Betty 
Sue Grombacher. Edward Weisberg, Gary 
Diamond. 




Kosher food 



imported from Newport News made 
up the Balfour-Hillel luncheon menus 
every third Sunday in the Campus 
Center. Discussions followed the 
meals: "Judaism and Anti-Semitism 
Among Negroes in America Today" 
by Dr. Victor Ligouri; "Place of Re- 
ligion in the College" by Dr. James 
Livingston. Rabbis Levine and Horo- 
witz traveled up from the Lower 
Peninsula to debate ideas dealing 
with God's "death." Students who 
knew the ritual helped out at Williams- 
burg's new Jewish synagogue across 
from Phi Bete. Conventions ended 
the year: two delegates drove to the 
spring B'nai Brith meeting in Wash- 
ington, D.C.; two more made the 
summer national convention. 




Ternple Beth Et on Jamestown Road, a nev\j center for the Jewish community. 



142 




Baptist Student Union. FRONT ROW: Joe 
Goodall, Mac Powers, treasurer. SECOND 
ROW: Bill Blessing, vice president; Carol 
Anne Saunders, president; Betsy Porter, 
Laura Keyes. secretary: Linda Jordan, 
program chairman; Johnny Sadler. THIRD 
ROW: Reverend Jim Bardin, Carolyn Brim, 
Jean Kossoff. Bonnie Pulliam, Jean Ber- 
keypile. Linda Douglas, Kay Meyer. Mary 
McGlothlin, Kathy Griffith. Bonnie Bailey, 
Jane Smith. FOURTH ROW: Bruce Myers, 
Tom Johnson, Jim MacLean. Lytle Buck- 
ingham, Wayne Duke, Frank Bennett, Bill 
Price. Greg Cooley. Ben Snead. 



Right before 

exams Dr. John Lavach gave a need- 
ed pep talk on studying to a Baptist 
Student Union Sunday evening meet- 
ing. Another night Mr. Taylor Cous- 
ins spoke on "Planned Obsolescence." 
Three study groups met weekly to 
exchange thoughts on Christian Wit- 
ness on Campus, Death, and miscel- 
laneous topics. Underprivileged kids 
played games and ate ice cream at 
BSU-sponsored Christmas and Val- 
entine's Day parties. Other commun- 
ity services: presentation of study 
courses at the Newport News Good- 
will Center, individual work at the 
Day Care Center. Bake sales, car 
washes, rummage sales raised 
money for the Summer Missions 
Fund: a project sponsored by the 
Virginia BSU that sent thirty college 
students out over the state all sum- 
mer long. Folk ministry. 




244 South Boundary Street. 



Laura Keyes. Greg Rubano. and Steve Mitchell pass the pet supper, pre-program time 




Reading and talking: two elements of a BSU Sunday evening. 



Reverend Bardin leads a weekly study group in his office. 



143 



Only half 



Episcopalian in membership, the Can- 
terbury Club broadened its program 
to emphasize the part religion plays in 
today's social problems. Riots, race, 
poverty. Reverend James Jones of 
Total Action Against Poverty spoke. 
And Dr. James Livingston of the De- 
partment of Religion about the place 
of the church in today's society. Inter- 
coliegiate, interdenominational 
groups debated: Are ethics obso- 
lete? Unique forms of worship devel- 
oped. Experiments with new liturgies. 
Chancel drama of "The Second Shep- 
herd's Play." Evensong at Bruton Par- 
ish attracted students and tourists. 




Mac Henderson 



in pre-program talk. 



Baptist minister Bob Kidd and Mr. Trimble. 




Canterbury Club. FRONT ROW: Diana Deane Carr, Katherine Lucas. 
Reverend Joseph E. Trimble, Jr.. advisor: Jo Ann Walthall. Marti 
Hunt, conference chairman. SECOND ROW: Ernest Curtin, Bruce 
Stanley, Fred Korty, Mac Henderson, Ken Armstrong, president. 




Diana Carr plans details of Canterbury's Christrnas banquet. 



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Friendly joking before an org meeting. 





Scott Davis gives the treasurer's report. 



President Sarajane Auman and speaker Thornas A. McClain. 




Open to anyone 

Christian Science Organization meet- 
ings took place every Tuesday in the 
Wren Chapel. The organization spon- 
sored speakers from the Board of 
Lectureship of the First Church of 
Christ Scientists in Boston, Massa- 
chusetts. Thomas A. McClain pre- 
sented his thoughts in November on 
the true idea of freedom. March 
brought Jules Cern to address the 
group. Advisors Robert and Lois 
Hornsby entertained with several din- 
ner meetings at their home. 



Christian Science Organization. FRONT ROW: 
Pat SHolder. secretary: Scott Davis, treasurer; 
Sarajane Auman, president; Mildred Royall, lec- 
ture chairman; Keith Hamack. SECOND ROW: 
Ed Way. Robert S. Hornsby, advisor; David Hib- 
bert, Clark Love, Todd Small. THIRD ROW: San- 
dy Windsor. Aleta Ahlstrom, Ann Adair, Neil 
Dickey, Lois S. Hornsby, advisor. 



Contemporary 

morality. Discussed by Dr. John 
Lavacin and members of the Luther- 
an Student Association. Or Dr. James 
Livingston speaking on "Religion and 
the Campus." Membership increased 
as the group debated a meaningful 
role for religion in campus life during 
their Sunday evening programs. Af- 
ter snack suppers of hot dogs, spa- 
ghetti, or hamburgers. And Pastor 
John Byerly led the group in conduct- 
ing modern communion liturgy at the 
9:30 a.m. student services. 

Lutheran Student Association. FRONT 
ROW: Jim Cobb, vice president. SECOND 
ROW: Kathy Shirley, Barbara Brant. Rever- 
end John Byerly, Linda Beaver. THIRD 
ROW: Keith Moyer. Carol Hamersen, trea- 
surer; Oma Gail Simmons, secretary; Krin 
Larson. FOURTH ROW: Freddie Fecht- 
mann, president. 





Gary Fisher. Lynn Johnston, and John Kindt. 



Pastor Byerly. 



LSA members chat over Sunday supper. 




The pastor hears Freddie Fechtmann's program suggestions. Dr. James Livingston entertains questions after his talk. 



146 




strums on a guitar and a trio of singers lead folk hymns at St. Bede's Parish Center. 




Newman Club. FRONT ROW: Bobbi Vail, 
Betsy Ewing, secretary; Bob Soter, presi- 
dent; Margie Corvino, vice president; Steph- 
anie Ruck. SECOND ROW: Susan Mallory. 
Ginnie Klemkowski, Mary Ann Plichta, Bar- 
bara Johnson, Karen Hunsberger, Melanie 
Leonard. Betty Hawa. THIRD ROW: Joan 



Flynn, Mary Alice Whelan, Becky Reddick, 
Ginny Nittoli, Mary Kennedy, Geraldine Mc- 
Call. FOURTH RO\A/: Eddy Morgan, Cheryl 
Russell, John Ramler, Pat Farace, Mary 
Chris Schmitz. FIFTH ROW: Judy Steffan, 
John Copp, Tom Mueller, Kevin Deery, John 
Boswell. 



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holders paid fifty cents, other stu- 
dents a dollar for the Newman Club's 
Sunday night steak dinners. The new 
Parish Center behind St. Bede's also 
held student services at 10:30 Sun- 
day mornings. Folk masses. Student 
guitarists and Father Dolan joining to- 
gether to lead worship. Free juice, 
coffee, and donuts afterwards. Pro- 
grams stressed social justice and 
equality. Professor William Cobb, Jr. 
of the Philosophy Department spoke 
on "Existential Philosophy as Exhib- 
ited in the Music of Simon and Gar- 
funkel." Members headed an adver- 
tising campaign for and staffed the 
office of Communication, Inc., a 
clearing house to initiate and coordi- 
nate student volunteer services in the 
area. Students getting out to work in 
the community: at Eastern State, in 
the Community Action program. 




Father Dolan celebrates Sunday mass. 



147 



Church-o-teque 

of liturgical jazz presented by Floyd 
Werle to the Methodist congregation 
at an eleven o'clock service. That eve- 
ning Wesley Foundation's program 
centered on an explanation of the 
creative new hymns in contemporary 
idiom. Something else new: a week's 
orientation for freshmen. Including a 
Saturday afternoon open house. And 
dessert and "It Should Happen to a 
Dog." And Dr. Douglas Lawson of 
Randolph-Macon on "Contemporary 
Ethics." And a folk-rock mass that 
ended the week's activities. At the 
fall retreat, John Harwood's theology 
of involvement grappled with "Death 
of God on Campus." Politics entered 
the Sunday night programs: Dr. Jack 
Corbett on the lobbying of the church, 
Reverend Charles Rinker on "The 
Inner City." Dr. Richard Curry and Dr. 
Warner Moss of the Government De- 
partment on election issues. But not 
just listening. Doing. Like Saturday 
afternoon trips in the Wesley bus, 
and Saturday night parties in the 
Wesley building. 




"JB." intern seminarian. 




Wesley Director John Harwood discusses gun control with Mark Forrest and Janet Smith. 




Wesley Foundation. FRONT ROW: Wanda 
Haynes. Bucky Boone. Jack Norman. Ken 
Keppel. Ken Neeley, John Bensinger. ad- 
visor. SECOND ROW: Reverend John Har- 
wood. Janet Smith, vice president; Cai Vai- 
den, president; Mark Forrest, treasurer; 
Charlene Baldwin, secretary. THIRD ROW: 
Rita Smith, Vivian Jones. Alice Guerrant, 
Cheryl Bracken, Arthur Roach. Jerry Belew, 
Agnes Blandford. 



Dr. Corbett. Methodist Board of Social Concern. 



Self-service at the supper counter. 



148 




Mr. Gladstone Ntlabati. South African Methodist minister. 



Rained out 

in October. Too cold in November. 
No retreat for Westminster Fellow- 
ship. But lots of stimulating programs 
in the Wes-Fei room of the Presbyte- 
rian Church. Group discussion on the 
university's role in society led by Dr. 
Peter Derks of the Psych Department 
and Dr. John Lavach of Education. 
Preceded by steaks. Folk singing by 
Carey Landry from D.C. A look at 
American racism with Mr. Gladstone 
Ntlabati of the South African Nation- 
al Congress. Focus on world hunger 
and the population explosion in the 
movie "H-H Factor." Good times at 
Halloween and tree-trimming parties. 
New expressions of worship in art 
and liturgy with Robert Hodgel and 
the Howard Hanger Trio. Directed to- 
ward making the Church more rele- 
vant to the campus. 




Jane DeFrees. 



Professors lend a faculty view. 




Westminster Fellowship. FRONT ROW: Gil Anderson, council member; 
Sandie Stemple. treasurer; Carol Lawall, Bert Lindler, Alice Carlton. Larry 
Boyle. Jane DeFrees. SECOND ROW; Carolyn Koehler, Patricia Sweezy. 
secretary; Dee Nicholson, Kathleen Blake, president; Art Thomas, Bill Par- 
ish, Jean Muench, council member; Sallie Stemple, council member. THIRD 
ROW: Lynn Dryer, Martha Hopkins, T. J. Thompson. Jim Ferry, vice-presi- 
dent; Tom Massey, Mary Lee Alderson, council member; Reverend Tom 
Mainor. 



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Raleigh Tavern, where Phi Beta Kappa was founded. 



Two nexA/ initiates. 



Alpha of 

Virginia. The first chapter of Phi Beta 
Kappa initiated twenty-six seniors 
and one alumnus on December 5. 
Honoring students with high scho- 
lastic averages, Phi Bete held its 
initiation in the Raleigh Tavern, site 
of the society's first meeting in 1 776. 
Guest speaker Charles McDowell, 
Richmond Times-Dispatch Washing- 
ton correspondent, praised political 
moderation, agreeing with the prin- 
ciples behind student unrest "within 
bounds of what is acceptable to so- 
ciety." Phi Beta Kappa poet for 1968, 
John Hollander, read "The Moon at 
Noon" especially for the event. 



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Phi Beta Kappa. FRONT ROW: Liz Rogow- 
ski, Diane Luckey. Nancy Verser, Judy 
Banks. Sallie Stemple, Joan Flynn. Elinor 
Ware, Sarah Brittingham. Helen Judy. 
Jeanne Forrer. SECOND ROW; Judy Ah 
gatt, Barry Cammarata. Bill Hendricks. 



Yetta Jacobs. Riclnard Brost, Cai Vaiden. 
Randy Bell. Betsy Porter, Art Bowling. 
Carson Phillips. Boyd Rossing. Jean 
Muench, Dennis Denenberg. Judy Krone. 
Jeb Bosweli. Debbie Hyatt. 



NOT PICTURED: Pamela Baldwin. Mutlu 
Biasing, Ann Chancellor. Ronald Camp- 
bell. Richard Gurney. Nancy Harkrader, 
David Hillman. Steven Kohlhagen. Marilyn 
Kron, Richard Miller. Jenny Nimnger. Rich- 
ard O'Neil. Pamela Roberts. James Run- 
yon. Michael Stuart. Christine Taylor. 



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Jimmy Barton shoulders the Yule Log to the Great Hall. 

Burdened with 

the Yule Log, Omicron Delta Kappa's 
Sherman, Barton, and Curry got the 
privilege of pushing through the 
crushing crowd to the Great Hall fire- 
place. They made it with the log, but 
ODK (with co-sponsor Mortar Board) 
was too burdened with money trou- 
bles to carry the increased expense 
of the ceremony. So the Student As- 
sociation picked up the tab. Shortage 
of money also slowed plans for an 
ODK Leadership Forum in the spring. 
And members didn't have time for 
fund-raising projects. Other activities 
needed them more. Seven new 
ODK s in December. Weekly discus- 
sions over lunch. Meetings held on a 
variable schedule in the homes of 
Dean J. Wilfred Lambert, Dean Car- 
son Barnes, and Howard Smith, fac- 
ulty members of ODK, national lead- 
ership honorary. 




OttUkm 



Announcement of Christmas festivities. 




President Dennis Denenberg. Ralph Beatty with Dr Alex Kallos 




Omicron Delta Kappa. FRONT ROW: Jim Barton, Ralph Beatty. Don 
Roberts, Al Murray. Alexander Kallos. Robert Henninger. SECOND ROW: 
Dennis Denenberg, president: Chris Sherman, Keith Dayton, Richard 
Curry. Berk Powell. Paul Hildebrand. 



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Advisor Betty McKnight assists with fall initiation. 



An honorary initiate. 




Heels click 



A tea recognizes women students on the Dean's List. Homecoming mums. 



in Blow Gym. Heads crane. An ex- 
cited hush. Then squeals of delight 
as old Mortar Boards put mortar 
boards on the heads of new mem- 
bers at the Spring Honors Convoca- 
tion. Recognition of rising senior girls 
who rated high in scholarship, leader- 
ship, and service. Recognition of 
other outstanding senior women, and 
one outstanding sophomore. Fall. 
Buckets of yellow mums had to be 
peddled at Homecoming. Letters sup- 
porting the Bond Issue went out to 
state newspapers. All women on the 
Dean's List received invitations to a 
dessert of coffee, pie, and singing. 
Members wore white earmuffs for 
practical reasons as they joined ODK 
men in leading the Yule Log Cere- 
mony. A new, first year project: book- 
lets went out to entering freshmen 
about available scholarships. And 
with second semester came the de- 
cision of choosing new members 
again. A ten-meeting job. 




Mortar Board. FRONT ROW: Liz Ramsey, editor; Nancy Ver- 
ser, secretary; Ann Chancellor, historian; Janet Watkins. Pam 
Roberts, Judy Banks, president. SECOND ROW: Gale Gibson, 



vice president; Joan Flynn, treasurer; Krin Larson, Mary Morden, 
Salire Stemple, Lynn Andrew, Bobbie Grove. 



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Panicked 



over grades, freshman women just 
dialed-a-tutor supplied by volunteer 
Alpha Lambda Deltas. Members of 
the women's scholastic honorary 
needed at least a 2.5 average to be- 
long. Five elected sophomores sent 
out letters of congratulations to eligi- 
ble girls. A Campus Center Ballroom 
banquet catered by Miss Rebecca 
Tinker honored the new initiates. 
Mrs. Gordon B. Ringgold talked about 
"The Educated Woman." Dues paid 
for the banquet and a subscription to 
The Flame, Alpha Lambda Delta's 
biannual newspaper. 




Alpha Lambda Delta. FRONT ROW: Cindy 
O'Callaghan. treasurer; Peggy Morris, edi- 
tor: Barb Massie. president: Marcia Schnei- 
der, vice president. SECOND ROW: Ivy 
Akers. Hada de Varona. Penny Cherry, Lor- 
raine Burgio, Lynn Greenwood, Ginny Vogel. 
THIRD ROW: Mary Anne Yowell, Diane 
Hickey, Kathy Coles. Karen Hathcock, 



Cathy Fulwiler, Ellen Wagner. FOURTH 
ROW: Paula Barran, Linda Birckhead. 
Michele Pongratz, Jane Mason. Pat Russell, 
Ginnie Klemkowski. Becky Beach. FIFTH 
ROW: Cindy Cooper, Susan Shipp, Nancy 
Bierly, Vicky Peters. Lynn Johnston, Patsy 
Anderson. 




Officers Marsha Schneider. Peggy Morris, and Barb Massey plan spring initiation. 

At least a 2.5 

average freshman year. Necessary 
for initiation into Phi Eta Sigma, 
men's national scholastic honorary. 
Active membership lasted through 
the junior year and included six 
meetings a year. Time to discuss 
projects. One night to learn about 
scholarships available for graduate 
study from Dean John Willis. Plans to 
set up a scholarship information file 
in the library. For the first time a rep- 
resentative, Larry Goldsmith, flew to 
the international convention at Pur- 
due for three days in October, Re- 
gional conventions planned, project 
ideas shared. 




President Larry Goldsmith. 





Dr. Beyer and Jim Callear. 



Phi Eta Sigma. FRONT ROW: Dave Levy, vice presi- 
dent: Larry Goldsmith, president: Louis Monacell, re- 
cording secretary SECOND ROW: Lee Area, Wayne 
Fore, treasurer: Jim Callear. corresponding secre- 
tary. THIRD ROW: Tom Rees. James Hardaway, 
William Munsey. FOURTH ROW: Garry Kuiken. Carl 
Beyer, advisor. 



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Officers Doug Chard. Mary Chris Schmitz. Editors select photos for a sports story. 




Pi Delta Epsilon. FRONT ROW: Mary Shor- 
ter. Cathy Calvert. Joan Flynn. Krin Larson, 
Mary K. Thompson. Judy Carhart, Wrinkle 
Rankin. Tricia Downer. Marilyn Kron. Scott 
Donaldson. SECOND ROW: Don Gonzales. 
Hugh DeSamper. Al Louer. Mike Chesson, 
Doug Chard, treasurer; Nancy Verser. Al 



Littlejohn. president; Steve Cochran, vice 
president; Mary Chris Schmitz. secretary; 
Charlie Dent. Don Roberts. Ross Weeks. 
THIRD ROW; Bob Irvin. John Boswell. 
George Watson. Mike Nuckols, Jim Simp- 
son. Fred Hoener. Mike Campana. Rick 
Richardson. 



Go-between 

for the student press and the Board 
of Student Affairs: the role president 
Al Littlejohn assigned to Pi Delta Ep- 
silon, national honorary journalism 
fraternity. PDE members passed a 
resolution asking the BSA to set up a 
publications subcommittee to rule on 
questions of student journalism, add 
the PDE president to the BSA as a 
publications representative, choose 
PDE to act on complaints of ethics of 
the publications. PDE was open to ju- 
niors and seniors with at least three 
semesters' outstanding work on the 
Flat Hat. Review. Colonial Echo, or 
WCWM staffs. Long stemmed roses 
for Miss William and Mary crowned 
at PDE's annual Publications Ban- 
quet. Howard K. Smith, ABC TV 
news commentator, spoke in April 
1968. on problems in reporting news 
in various media. Introductions of 
PDE "Medal of Merit" winners at the 
Spring Honors Convocation. Awards 
for exceptional contributions to jour- 
nalism at the College. 




Mary K. Thompson and Judy Carhart 



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Pledges Don Christoferson and Ronald Johnson perform at the Phi Mu Alpha Fall Recital. 



Fearless Yeomen. 




Smfonicron dress rehearsal. 



At a glance, 

Phi Mu Alpha and Delta Omicron, 
men's and women's national music 
societies, looked pretty much like 
"regular" Greeks on cannpus. Rush, 
Pledges, Pins, and Parties seemed to 
invite a comparison. A closer look. 
Phi Mu Alpha's Fall Pledge Recital. 
And their joint sponsorship with Delta 
Omicron of Gilbert and Sullivan's 
"Yeonnan of the Guard" given on No- 
vember 14, 15, and 16. And "regular" 
Greeks, they weren't. 




Phi Mu Alpha smoker. 



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A happy ending for all but one. 



Sue Wheldon solos. 




'All frenzied with despair," the large cast of Gilbert and Sullivans' Yeoman of the Guard join in singing. 





ABOVE: Delta Omicron. FRONT ROW: Sue F. Miller, president: Alice 
Carlton, recording secretary; Pat Rayne. SECOND ROW: Sue Auerbach, 
treasurer; Kathy Kay Cullers. Mrs. Donald Gonzales, advisor; Nancy 
Beachley. Gina Comeau, Nancy Fleischman, Jane Smith. Rena Dowdy, 
second vice president; Mary Lee Alderson. THIRD ROW: Cheryl Russell, 
Joyce Meador. Ronnee Repka. Trudy Gunia. Nancy Darnell, Rita Smith. 

LEFT: Phi Mu Alpha. FRONT ROW: Steven Shrader, Bill Sizemore. vice 
president; Mark Poland. Brian White. SECOND ROW: Bill Price. Bill Bon- 
ner, treasurer; Everett Casey, president; Jack Davies. recording secretary. 
THIRD ROW: Sanders Wyatt. Robert Miller. Bud Herndon. Walter Stumpf. 



157 



Exponential 

functions, differential equations, log- 
arithms. Many such problems had to 
be solved correctly. To earn enough 
hours and quals in math upper level 
courses to be eligible for the Abelian 
Society, the mathematics honorary. 
New members taken second semes- 
ter. Award given in May to the James 
Blair High School senior with the high- 
est math average. 

Anonymous 

samples of creative writing. Judged 
by members of Chi Delta Phi, the 
women's literary honorary. Approval 
brought membership. New and old 
members attended workshop meet- 
ings at least twice a \A/eek. For con- 
structive criticism and pats on the 
back. The Old Wig was the meeting 
place for Friday lunch when mem- 
bers brought their work to read. 
Spring. The first "Come as Your Fa- 
vorite Literary Figure" party. Cos- 
tumes worn and selections read pro- 
vided clues to literary greats. George 
Bernard Shaw and Elizabeth Barrett 
Browning attended. 




Abelian Society. FRONT ROW: Linda Mc- 
Indoe, president: Jenny Nininger, Claudia 
Byrd. Linda Wright, Nancy Crowther, sec- 
retary-treasurer. SECOND ROW: Richard 
Gurney, Jim Newsom, Fred Korty, Henry 
Hoyle. RIGHT: President Linda Mclndoe. 




Chi Delta Phi. FRONT RO\A/: Ann Chancellor. Jean 
Muench, Carol Shewmaker. president; Kay Greer, Alex- 
ander MacGregor. advisor. SECOND ROW: Ronee Rep- 
ka. vice president; Sallie Stemple. Kathy Friedman, sec- 
retary; Kathy Carlton. 




President Carol Shewmaker. 



Advisor Alexander MacGregor. 



Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha. FRONT 
ROW: John Morello. Dean Hughes. SEC- 
OND ROW; Richard Poinsett, Margie Byrer. 
Ann Godwin. Nancy Lundquist, Kathy Shirl- 
ey. THIRD ROW: Boyd Rossing. Jim Parker, 
Mike Chesson, Don McConkey, advisor. 
LEFT: Debater works at the Marshall-Wythe 
Tournament. 




Pro and con 

Information on cards, stacks of them. 
The debater's tools. Hours, days of 
research to get and Interpret facts. 
Points compiled for trips and placing 
In tournaments. Two years of such 
debate experience. That's what was 
needed to get Initiated Into Delta 
Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha, the 
national honorary forensic society. 
Members participated In Debate 
Council trips. At home they hosted 
the annual British debate, meeting 
the University of Strathclyde on the 
topic: the sacrifice of individual free- 
dom Is an inevitable price of progress. 
Nobody won. 




Nancy Lundquist and Kathy Shirley. 



Ancient 



Greek and Latin classics. Read and 
discussed at Eta Sigma Phi, national 
ancient languages honorary, study 
sessions. Meeting twice a month, 
these groups got together especially 
for the benefit of members no longer 
taking a classical language course. 
Books read In English to simplify 
matters. B or better In a 200 level 
Latin or Greek section made you a 
member. Pledged In February; ini- 
tiated in March. Ancient Languages 
professors hosted parties In their 
homes. Eta Sigma Phi's, In turn, 
hosted all students taking depart- 
ment courses at an afternoon recep- 
tion of punch and cookies. 



eta Sigma Phi. FRONT ROW: Linda Redmond, Susan Davi, Beverley 
Gosney, JoAnne Deacon. SECOND ROW: Ann Chancellor, Jo Anne 
Dellinger, Carol Crute, Carolyn Peyronnet, Judy Pulley, THIRD 
ROW: Yetta Jacobs, Diane Lucas. Ron Campbell, president; Charles 
Joyce, Blame Brim. Cathy Slusser. 



Dr. Leadbetter. 



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Albert Einstein, 

Eleanor Roosevelt. James Fulbrlght, 
and Walter Lippman count among the 
members of Kappa Delta Pi. So do 
William and Mary students with a 
high scholastic average and an inter- 
est in the field of education. Initiations 
in the Wren Chapel and banquets 
afterwards took place in December 
and May. Dr. Gerald Read spoke in 
the Little Theatre in October on 
school systems behind the Iron Cur- 
tain. Members also got together with 
the Student Education Association to 
recruit tutors for the Williamsburg 
Area Tutorial Service. 

Current social 

thought, social problems, possible 
careers. Alpha Kappa Delta discus- 
sions with Soc professors at monthly 
luncheon meetings. AKD, the nation- 
al honorary sociology society, cele- 
brated the first birthday of its found- 
ing on campus in March. Working 
with the Sociology Club. AKD's helped 
set up the Student Opportunities 
Service, a program aimed at helping 
slum dwellers help themselves. "Sort 
of a Summer Peace Corps or VISTA" 
for students, SOS chose student 
teams of four to six to work in rural 
depressed areas. 




Kappa Delta Pi. front row: Ruth John- Adams, vice president: Bobbi Vail, secre- 
son, Pat Zepul, Sarajane Auman, treasurer; tary; Chris Taylor, president; Deborah 
Sheila Winchester. SECOND ROW: Sandy Woods. 




Chris Taylor. 



Linda Mclndoe. 



Pat Zepul. 




ALPHA KAPPA DELTA 

NATiONAi SOCiOlOCY hOHOI SOCJCtr 
This is to CLttify ihai 

wos initiated c member of ALPHA KAPPA OEITA. 
Nofionol Sociology Honor Soc eJy, is* CKopt«t 



Alpha Kappa Delta. FRONT ROW Frances Herring, treasurer, Liz Rogow- 
ski. Myer Reed. SECOND ROW: Carson Phillips, Alice Seabright, Chris 
Lipsey. THIRD ROW; Mike Poole. Lynn Ferryman. 





Myer Reed. 



Lynn Ferryman. 



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Mike Florence. 



Scabbard and Blade Captain Dick Potter presides. 



Cadets learn of summer camp. 



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Distinguished 

junior and senior military science ca- 
dets got into the National Society of 
Scabbard and Blade. An honorary 
designed to raise the standard of mil- 
itary education in universities and 
colleges. Planning sessions for activi- 
ties took place on Tuesday or Thurs- 
day nights. Summer camp booklet 
organized, ROTC information sent to 
nearby high schools, award pre- 
sented to the outstanding junior in 
ROTC at William and Mary. 



Scabbard and Blade. FRONT ROW: Richard Fullerton, Richard Potter, Wil- 
liam MacLean, Donn Wonnell, Keith Hamack, Major Thomas Swardell. SEC- 
OND ROW; William Dunn. Tim Marvin, Boyd Rossing. THIRD ROW: Scott 
Liddle, Destry Jarvis, Al Murray. Mac Deekens. FOURTH ROW: Dick Wade. 
Keith Dayton, Mark Forrest, FIFTH ROW: Al Wergley, Al Brown, Robert Pol- 
lard. SIXTH ROW: Mike Florence, Mike Engs. Bruce Long, Bob Elliott, Bob 
Brunelli- 



161 



Revisions 



of standards took most of the time of 
physics majors in Sigma Pi Sigma na- 
tional honorary. Changes included 
possible membership at the begin- 
ning of junior year rather than second 
semester. Monthly meetings in the 
Physics Building conference room. 
Program format like a colloquiurn. Dr. 
Hans Von Baeyer spoke on "Experi- 
mental General Relativity" and after- 
wards answered questions from stu- 
dents. A May picnic for the physics 
faculty and members. Hot dogs and 
hamburgers at Lake Matoaka. 

Siema Pi Sigma. FRONT ROW: Doug Chard, 
Larry Dnscoll. Bill Morris, treasurer; Torrey 
Froscher. Fred Korty. SECOND ROW: Jean 
Muench. Art Bowling. Diane Luckey. presi- 
dent; Roger Blomquist. Judy Necsary, sec- 
retary; Richard Gurney. vice president. 





Diane Luckey presides over Sigma Pi Sigma. Officers Michael Stuart and Sam Sykes. Dr. Martel advises the French honorary. 




Dr. Marcel Reboussin comments on career opportunities in Fran 



162 




Robert Henninger. 



Wayne Aycock. 



Any scene 

from a play being studied. Requested 
by a local high school Senior English 
teacher. And Theta Alpha Phi staged 
it. Whoever wanted to could take 
trips scheduled by the national hon- 
orary theatre society. To see famous 
plays on stage. Like to Richmond for 
Man of La Mancha. Theta Alphi Phi 
sponsored a reception honoring Al- 
thea Hunt, first director of the The- 
atre, and author of The William and 
Mary Theatre: A Chronicle. 





Paul Hildebrand 



Theta Alpha Phi. FRONT ROW: Carol Shewmaker, Barbara Hunter. Margie Corvino. SECOND ROW: 
Edward Martin, Carson Phillips, Clelia Mengebier, Ann Chancellor, Wayne Aycock, Pat Stoner, president. 
THIRD ROW: Mary Ellen Newman, Howard Scammon. advisor; Linda Schueler, James Williams. FOURTH 
ROW: Linda Cyrus, Bob Henninger, Roger Sherman. 

Backstage 

reception (including blue, v\/hite. and 
red petits fours) at Phi Beta Kappa 
Hall given by Pi Delta Phi, French 
honorary. In honor of Count Max de 
Montalembert, the French Consul 
General, who spoke to the students 
in late October. If you had a 2.0 aver- 
age and no less than a B in a 300 level 
French course, you received an invi- 
tation to join the honorary. Initiations 
took place in January and late spring. 
Announcements of meetings (only 
one or two a semester) in French 
classes. And prospective French ma- 
jors got treated to a spring reception 
to meet the French department fac- 
ulty. Talk of overseas jobs for majors. 




Pi Delta Phi. FRONT ROW: Sam Sykes, sec- 
retary; Jane Hale. Michael Stuart, president. 
Marilyn Kron, Jim Nevvsom, treasurer. SEC- 



OND ROW. Jim Seaman, Kathie Asplund. 
Luke Martel. advisor; Wendy Fairbank, Rena 
Dowdy. Barbara Austin. 



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Who's Who 

Among Students in American Univer- 
sities and Colleges. A committee 
chaired by Dean J. Wilfred Lambert 
recommended thirty-six seniors for 
membership on the basis of academ- 
ic standing, service, and leadership. 




Donnie Chancellor 



Anne Bradstreet 



Judy Banks 



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Janet Watkins 



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Harry Dodson 



Nancy Verser 



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Gale Gibson 



Krin Larson 



Al Murray 



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-_ Who's Who 




Bob Henninger 



Nancy Hulse 




Liz Ramsey 



Ann Nelms 



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Muddy shoes 

were a pain around the fraternity 
complex. And impossible to avoid 
since the muck surrounding the 
houses didn't get landscaped. Frater- 
nities had thought everything would 
be finished when all twelve started 
the year off with the houses occupied 
(after several delays). Greeks spent 
the year and some dollars putting on 
the distinctive touches: finished 
basements, hung signs, installed TVs 
and stereos, completed bars. 






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Sandy Fagan, Fred Simpkins, and George Nance, president, hear suggestions. 



Dean Carson Barnes, fraternity officer. 



Details of 



formal rush: Sunday afternoon open 
houses in the fall; six houses opened 
Thursday night, the other six on 
Friday, at the start of second se- 
mester. Publication of a Greek news- 
paper and IFC Handbook. An orga- 
nized informal rush in April. Jobs 
taken on by the Interfraternity Coun- 
cil. Second semester: since fewer 
men than ever ended up with rush 
grades, IFC representatives con- 
sidered lowering the grade require- 
ment to rush from 1.0 to .75, or 
eliminating it entirely, still allowing 
only men with a one point average 
to pledge. April's Greek Weekend 
changed to only a dance and games. 
No concert. Conflicts came before 
the IFC for settlement. Greek's 
neighbors complained about exces- 
sive noise on weekends. Solution: 
plant shrubbery between the com- 
plex and the houses to keep noise 
from bouncing. The Junior IFC (rep- 
resentatives from each pladge class) 
evaluated rush. And got stuck with 
clean-up duty around the Complex. 




latives jot down notes on IFC proceedings to report to their fraternities. 




Backs ache and eyes close as discussion on changing rush requirements drags on. 



170 




Nance and Wedd. 



Fraternity men complete pledge rosters. 



Fraternity pins 

all over the place as rush started dur- 
ing Orientation Week. And lasted — 
informally — all first semester: dorm 
visits where guys talked about every- 
thing but fraternities (for a while, at 
least), W and M smokers, two Sun- 
day afternoon open houses, weekly 
runs to the ABC store for the 
eighteen-year-old rushees. Pressure 
increased as the semester's end 
rolled around: early shakees worried 
about their chances for a one point; 
Greeks ordered rush booklets and 
readied their houses. Grades came 
out. Only 180 eligible men signed up 
to rush. Formal rush week: shaking 
hands, making small talk, showing 
rushees a good time. Tiring, but 
worthwhile as the pledge class took 
shape. Signing bids in Monroe lobby 
ended formal rush. Then fraternity 
men started on those who had a 
chance for grades at midsemester. 




IFC rusri chairman Budd Wedd and fraternity representatives work late preparing bids for new pledges to sign. 




Men check lists of IFC bids against fraternity lists. 



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Pledge Dave Yoho and his date relax at the bar during a party 




Brothers of Kappa Alpha and their dates sit one dance out at their annual Black and White celebration. 




Couples at the Black and White offer a toast to the glory of KA. 

Kappa Alpha. FIRST ROW: Bruce Biehl. 
Walt Boulden. John Christopher. SECOND 
ROW: Richard Conway. Tom Duffy. Joe 
English. THIRD RO\A/: Hume Giles. Jim Hus- 
bands, Jeff Lund, vice president. FOURTH 
ROW: Jeff Mann. Bill McKinnon, treasurer; 
Bob McLaughlin. FIFTH ROW: Jim Miller, 
Terry Morton, secretary; Bill Pierce. SIXTH 
ROW: Jim Roberson, Rich Sills, John Slepo- 
kura. 




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A party in the basement after the Midwinters concert. 



Beards grew 

bristly as the Kappa Alphas got ready 
for Old South Weekend. A stretched 
out weekend that officially began 
with the Senior Banquet on Thurs- 
day. Dates for the Southern Ball re- 
ceived formal invitations brought to 
their dorms by KA pledges. Saturday: 
succession parade to Jockey Corner; 
President Paschall's traditional sur- 
render of his sv^/ord. Then the KAs 
moved on to Virginia Beach for a 
couple days. Rebel, a collie of sorts, 
guarded the house during the mini- 
skirt party. Santa and helpers walked 
around the children's wards of East- 
ern State handing out candy canes to 
"Jingle Bells." Hot dogs boiled in the 
kitchen at night. Then brothers sold 
them around the dorms to raise mon- 
ey for a stereo. 

Pledges. FRONT ROW: Hal Hardaway. Jim 
Osborne, Kevin Hennessy. Dave Yoho. Rick 
Morton, Bill Uzzell. SECOND ROW: Johnny 
Moretz, Jim Silvestra, John Ronhofer. 





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Matches shot 

across tables m games of the Match 
Football League. Wednesday nights 
(after study hours, of course) at the 
Kappa Sig house. Search parties or- 
ganized periodically to look for Ro- 
kus, their lost black dog. Seniors told 
stories about their "years in Kappa 
Sigma" at the spring spaghetti dinner. 
Pledge-brother activities: beer party 
at Jamestown Beach, where the 
pledges ended up a little out of it; 
football game plus kegs and a little 
rigging on the brothers' side. Kappa 
Sigs sat together at basketball 
games and got their girls to dress 
provocatively for the Irma la Douce 
party. Community projects: tacking 
up signs to announce the February 
Blood Mobile; touring Williamsburg 
with needy kids from Hampton be- 
fore treating them to Christmas din- 
ner at the house. 




Bob Johnston in the Kappa Sig barroom. 



Dancing at a Saturday night party. 




Kappa Sigs take a study break: laughing, drinking, and petting the dog. 



174 





Pledges. FRONT ROW: John Hibbs, Andy 
Tisinger, Bob Kemp, Barry Dofflemyer. Bill 
Davis. SECOND ROW: Carrington Herbert, 
Bob Barger, Bob Spencer, Dave Miller, Greg 
Bosiack, Jack Hurley, Bubba Hooker, Kip 
Ashmore. 

Kappa Sigma. FIRST ROW: Ray Barger, 
president; Geoff Beitner, Buzz Christian- 
sen. SECOND ROW: Fred Clark, Bruce 
Cook, Steve Craft. THIRD ROW: Bruce Dal- 
las, Dave Daugherty, treasurer; Ed Derringe. 
FOURTH ROW: Steve Dodge, Ward Ellis, 
Chip Evans. FIFTH ROW: Mike Florence, 
Greg Giordano, Jerry Hemmelgarn, vice 
president. SIXTH ROW: Mark Hetterman, 
Bob Hicks, Dave Hoyer. SEVENTH ROW: 
John Kalbfell, Bob Kelly. Fred Klein. EIGHTH 
ROW: Jim Laycock, Gary Newman, Jim 
Newman. NINTH ROW: Dave Orgel, secre- 
tary; Dick Potter, Larry Smith. TENTH 
ROW: Bill Stiles. Dave Stout, Al Wergley. 
ELEVENTH ROW: Mark Wilson, John Yon- 
ushonis, Les Zimmerman. 



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Lambda Chi Alpha. FIRST ROW: Alvin 
Anderson, Alan Brown, treasurer; Doug 
Brown. Ashby Cockrell, Ralph Crews, 
Kevin Davenport. SECOND ROW: Lew 
Derrickson, Tom Doughty, Billy Dunn, pres- 
ident; John Eppler, Carl Ferguson, Steve 
Gaskins. 




A rough Yatzee game engrosses brothers. 

Sixteen ounces 

of beer had to be downed by a Lamb- 
da Chi to cast a vote in a mock 
fraternity election. The "dirt bail" 
party tried to outdrink the "good 
guys." A cocktail reception at the 
house for the faculty. Out to the old 
Moose Lodge for a sorority party. 
Brothers entertained underprivileged 
kids with ring-around-the-rosey just 
before Christmas. The Courier, chap- 
ter nexA^sletter, went out to alumni 
and brothers all over the nation. 
Fifteen Lambda Chi Alpha chapters 
read the news and made it to the 
March Conclave in Williamsburg. 
Brunch, a football game, and a dance 
at the Heritage kept the folks busy 
on Parents' Day. 




Lambda Chi Ray Anderson and his date at a post-Midwinters concert party. 



176 




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Dean and Mrs. McGurk talk with a brother at the Lambda Ch( faculty reception. 



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Lambda Chi Alpha. FIRST ROW: Doug 
Griffith, secretary; Peter Jones, Tim Mc- 
Pherson, Gordon Merrick, Hal Moorehead, 
Richard Morris. Barry Porter. SECOND 
ROW: Jim Saunders, Steve Shaw, Bob 
Soter. vice president; Bart Theberge, Bob 
Todd, Steve Watkins, Joel Williamson. 




Drinks are served at a cocktail party. 

Pledges. FRONT ROW: Dennis Cambal. 
Harry Cross, D. Sibley, Jack Russell, Mike 
Osborne, Jere Jones. Brian Davenport, 
Dave Carter, Chris Gilmore. SECOND 
ROW: Ernie Gates, John Fletcher, Bill 
Fields, Jim Fox, Jed Meade, Rich Atkin- 
son, Tom Jasper, Chuck Rawley, Moore 
Gouldman, Kevin Deery. 




Phi Taus and Tri Delts at Halloween. 



Eddie Allen and George Nance make use of the bar for something other than leaning. 



Rain ruined 



the first float the Phi Taus put to- 
gether. But they got another one up 
in time for the Homecoming parade. 
And won first prize and eighty dol- 
lars. Disaster struck again as fire 
destroyed the float and trailer after 
the parade. So the prize money ended 
up in the hands of the local farmer 
who had owned the trailer. Fall foot- 
ball: the annual Dova Bowl with Kap- 
pa Sig. Phi Kappa Tau came in sec- 
ond. (An old tradition.) A smashing 
Roaring Twenties party. A Halloween 
party with the kids at the Day Care 
Center, Christmas baskets for needy 
families, United Giver's Fund cam- 
pus collection. In the spring Phi Taus 
got ready for the dignitaries and 
brothers that came for the Domain 
Conference. 




A gigantic cat and a crew of chefs: first place for Guess Who's Coming to Dinner? 



Pledges. FRONT ROW: Greg Philips, Gary 
Franklin. Larry Gilbert. Bob Gelotte. Gregg 
Franklin. Ed Morgan. SECOND ROW: Steve 
von Elten, Sandy Puckett, Steve Minton, 
Don Holmes. Bill Smith, Jerry Kenney. 




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Phi Kappa Tau. FIRST ROW: Eddie Allen, 
Rickie Allen. Chuck Alverson. Jim Bald- 
win. Tim Bevins. SECOND ROV\/: Dave 
Cole. John Paul Cousins. Joe David. Bob 
Day. Doug Densmore. THIRD ROW; Ken 
Drescher. Danny Ferrari, Paul Fleshood. 
Bruce Gillespie. Brian Hallman. FOURTH 
ROW: John Hempel. Paul Hildebrand, Greg 
Hoover. Rob Jolly. Jerry Kenney. FIFTH 
ROW: Brian Lamm. Rick Ueobold. Don 
MacNemar. Don Moore, secretary; Dick 
Moore. SIXTH ROW: Jeryl Mumpower, 
George Nance. Jerry Nance, vice president; 
Buddy Philips, treasurer; Mitch PoweW. 
SEVENTH ROW: Aubrey Paper. Jim Robi- 
son, Steve Shrader. Dave Sloan. Eddie 
Smith. EIGHTH ROW: Ken Smith, presi- 
dent; Hugh Southerland, Kent Stevens. 
Bobby Walker. Mark Walling. 




Tex is right at home with dudes at a fall costume party. 




Pledges. FRONT ROW: Steve Weishaar. 
LOU Petralia. Al Payne. Ross Stansfield. 
Randy Lucas, Al Grant. SECOND ROW: 
Martin Pera, Mike Gery. Wayne Pullen. 
Charles Perdue. Walt Rock. Bob Dorman. 
Al Bowen. Ken Chapman. 



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A Flashlight 

Brigade of PiKAs trooped around 
campus right before Christmas break 
collecting over two hundred dollars 
for the Tidewater Tuberculosis As- 
sociation. A house on top of the 
complex of five gave the PiKAs op- 
portunity to look down on the rest 
of the fraternities: a comment fre- 
quently made as they showed off 
the house to returning alums at 
Homecoming. Females got a lot of 
attention from Pi Kappa Alpha: the 
Homecoming Court went home with 
favors from the Christmas party in 
their honor; the Founder's Day ban- 
quet and dance honored the house- 
mothers and Dream Girls. Nineteen 
girls became Little Sisters of the 
Shield and Diamond, newly organized 
in January to help in rush and to 
decorate the house. 





Mike Parker jokes with sorority women at a PiKA-Chi O party. 




Pi Kappa Alpha, first ROW: Scott Ayers, 
Tom BagDy. Russ Bailey, Randy Boat- 
wright, Bob Browne, Dave Canada, Bill 
Cole, Calvin Cross, Tom Davick. SECOND 
ROW: Don dewilde, Webb DeWitt, Dick 
Dickinson, Elliot Dinner, Jack Driscoll, Mike 
Eberhardt, Chuck Elliott, Jeff Fairbanks, 
Jim Fitzsimmons. THIRD ROW; Vince 
Garrenton, Fred Hmton. John Hollands- 
worth, Tim Hunter, secretary; Tony Hurst, 
Steve Isaacs, vice president; Charles Man- 
ning, Dick Miller, Darryl Moore. FOURTH 
ROW: Bob Morden, John Morecock, Tom 
Morgan, Bill Mustain, Cary Padgett, Mike 
Parker, Bill Petty, Ragan Pulley, Duncan 
Reid. 




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bobcat cage. BELOW: Pledges. FRONT 
ROW; Tommy Prousalis. Bruce Lider, Steve 
Showalter. SECOND ROW: Mike Powell, 
Danny Holt, John Jemmott. Jeff Silverman, 
Bob Byrne. Deak Childress. THIRD ROW: 
Roger Webb. Dave Richerson. Danny Bald- 
win. Tommy Mayhew, Steve Thompson, 
Mike Scearce. Sam Strickland, Lee Mil- 
lette. 




Chip Smith and Tim Hunter at the Homecoming reception. 





Pi Kappa Alpha. FIRST ROW: Danny Riz- 
zo. Jim Saulton. Dave Shackelford, Larry 
Slipow, Chip Smith, president. SECOND 
ROW: George Smith, Phil Thomas, Tom 
Watkins, treasurer; Budd Wedd, Greg 
Zakarian. 



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Pi l-ambda Phi. FIRST ROW: Al Albert. 
Kerry Bogle. John Bowman, David Brooks. 
Ronnie Cartwright. SECOND ROW: Bill 
Crewe, treasurer; Keith Dayton, secretary; 
Gary Diamond, Bill Donahue. Russ Fee. 
THIRD ROW: Larry Foy, Don Gates, Char- 
lie Gottenkieny, Don Hackett, Will Hooker. 
FOURTH ROW: Joe Hopkins, Ron Hud- 
son, Bob Jendron, Jim LePrell. Theo Majka. 
FIFTH ROW: Tim Marvin, John Mowen, 
Dudley Nachman, Bork Powell, Ray Powell. 




Jim LePrell tires to elude an opponent. 



Do-it-yourself decorating upstairs at the Pi Lam house. 



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The roof of the Gamma Phi porch offers the Pi Lams a good vantage point from which to watch the freshman rush on soronty court. 

Somebody put 

his elbow through a window. But the 
Pi Lams kept on playing tackle foot- 
ball in the living room. Good times 
just sitting around shooting the bull 
with brothers after one a.m. Party- 
ing up on the roof. Or eating in. Last 
Blow-Out party before semester's 
end to get in the mood to study. 
St. Patrick's Day party with the child- 
ren at the Day Care Center. On the 
road to UVa. in April to initiate a Pi 
Lambda Phi chapter. Spring Sweet- 
heart Sing: brothers serenaded pin- 
mates and fiancees around campus. 
With guitar and harmonica in the 
background. 

Pi Lambda Phi. FIRST ROW: Ed Ritchie, 
Boyd Rossing. Steve Rowe. SECOND 
ROW: Bob Ruben. Pete Schleif , Walt Stowe. 
THIRD ROW: Jim Taylor, Tony Thiel, Alan 
Waites. FOURTH ROW: Bill Weddle, Ed 
Weisberg, treasurer; Dave Whiman. FIFTH 
ROW: Larry Whiting, Mark Wickley, Steve 
Wing, vice president. SIXTH ROW: Donn 
Wonnell, president; Ted Wood, Jim Yoffy. 




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Shipwrecked 

in Landrum Pond. The SAE pledges 
followed an old chapter tradition 
(with a little persuasion from the 
brothers) and piled into the patched- 
up row boat, the "Jancey K." It 
promptly sank. Tuxedos rented for 
the March Founder's Day banquet 
and dance at the Heritage Inn. Sig- 
ma Alpha Epsilon alumni came for 
that and the Homecoming buffet. 
SAEs improvised their own rendition 
of the "Twelve Days of Christmas" 
at the Christmas party. 




SAE's unique roofed bar, built by a brother's father. 



Pledges. FRONT ROW; Jim Watts. Jeff 
Serra. Mike Davis. Dennis Jenebach. Mar- 
shal Gimpel. John Bennett. SECOND ROW: 
Ed Cassatly, Bill Peek. Ed Creekmore. Rick 
Ivey. 




A lighted painting: a mystic mood for dancing. 




Ed Tomeck takes orders at the bar. 



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SAE's bobcat and drill team bring smiles to those along the Homecoming parade route. 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. FIRST ROW: Brian 
Brennan, Bob Brown. Carl Buffington. 
SECOND ROW; Ty Butler, Roger Cahoon, 
Alan Clements. THIRD ROW; Randy Cloyd, 
Steve Demchyk, John Fagot. FOURTH 
ROW; Dave Farkash, Carl Frankovitch. 
Doug Franks. FIFTH ROW; Tom Girard. 
Ross Haine, Bruce Jones. SIXTH ROW: 
Bob Kaplan, president; Rob Lauter, Chris 
l_ayne. SEVENTH ROW: Tim Maguigan, 
Gene Michalec, Bob Nay. EIGHTH ROW; 
Bobby Newell, treasurer; Clarence Powell, 
secretary; Mason Prickitt. NINTH ROW: 
Lee Roxbrough, Richard Scheele, Bill Seay. 
TENTH ROW: Dave Silver, Ed Tomeck, 
Bill Turville. ELEVENTH ROW: Dick Wade, 
vice president; Bill Weiss, Patrick Wilson. 




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on the Homecoming train. So fifteen 
Sigma Chis alternately carried and 
dragged it the two miles up and down 
Duke of Gloucester Street to a fourth 
place prize. Beer bashes after the 
pledging ceremony and brother- 
pledge football games for the num- 
ber one Sigma Chi chapter in the 
state. Ice cream and cake and musi- 
cal chairs at a party for poor kids. 
Sigma Chi got up a Religion Depart- 
ment Forum in the Little Theatre. 
A chance for the new department's 
professors to get in a plug for their 
courses. And brothers got to dance 
with their new sweetheart at the 
March Sweetheart Dance. 

Sigma Chi. FIRST ROW: Lehn Abrams. 
Earl Adams. Bob Andrews, Charles Baril, 
Paul Berge. Roger Blomquist, vice presi- 
dent; Mike Chesson. SECOND ROW: Jim 
Christianson. Buddy Clements. Bill Collins, 
Wes Corson, John Dodds, Jim Douthat. 
president; Larry Driscoll, secretary. THIRD 
ROW: Bill Elliott, Bill Finley, Jim Frost, 
Joseph Heritage. Garland Hicks, Dick 
Hoffmann, Destry Jarvis. FOURTH ROW: 
Patrick Kalk, Buddy Kling, treasurer; Curt 
LovA/e, Joe Mayes, Larry Menaker. Mike 
Nuckols, Roger Powers. FIFTH ROW: Fred 
Prasse, Wayne Ralston, Rick Richardson, 
Phil Rohrbach, Bill Sales. Bruce Sasser, 
Kraig Schutte. SIXTH ROW: Mike Simp- 
son, John Small, Don Spengeman, Jim 
Tatum, Steve Van Hook. Bruce Whitenack, 
Stan Wojno. 



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A Saturday night party brings a welcome break in the weekly routine to brothers and their dates. 





ABOVE LEFT: Pledges. FRONT ROW: 
Bill Housel, Fred Woodlief. Chuck Ford. 
Pat Farace. Gary Carter. Andy Evans. 
Bruce Shatswell. Jack Mitchell. SECOND 
ROW: Jimmy Smith. Jim Lundy. Frank 
Roach. John McMillan. ABOVE RIGHT: 
Pledge Bill Housel and his date at a rush 
party. LEFT: Pledges. FRONT ROW: Tom 
Guinivan, Pete Malpass. John Cragen, 
Steve Way, Steve Kuepper, Dave Boer- 
ner. SECOND ROW: Phil Warren, Tom 
Hege. Clay Riley, Bob Seybold, Howie 
Hartley, Keith Moyer, Paul Pollack. 



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Sigma Nu. FIRST ROW: Jim Barton, Ralph 
Beatty. treasurer. SECOND ROW: Dennis 
Beck, Henry Brown. THIRD ROW: Craig 
Burgraff, Alvin Cheatham. 





Sigma Nus talk with dates and alumni on the patio during the reception following the Homecoming game. 




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Sigma Nu. FIRST RO\N: Bill Clarke, presi- 
dent; Scott Curzi, Jack Dean, secretary; 
Frank Doe, Sandy Fagan. SECOND ROW: 
Jim Farrell, Bob Holmes, Ed Kellam, Al 
Keller, LeRoy Kelly. THIRD ROW: Bob 
Knaupp, Ron Lee, vice president; Rodney 
Lewicki, Geoff Ludford. John Matish. 
FOURTH ROW: Steve Moore, Ron Neblett, 
Jim Onderdonk, Rich Randa, Steve Ritch. 
FIFTH ROW: Ted Roberts. Gary Stage, 
Jim Supplee. Doug Taylor, Ted Zychowski. 




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Kellam, Supplee, and Holmes plan strategy to give Sigma Nu another football victory. 



"Send a mouse 

to college." For a quarter a mouse 
went to a cancer research lab at 
some university. A gimmick to get 
people to give to the Sigma Nu-spon- 
sored cancer drive. Sigma Nus also 
collected money from the dorms for 
the Campus Chest and for the doc- 
tor bills of an undergraduate. No 
bridge at the house, but a Crazy 
Eights tournament. The winner and 
his date got treated to a steak din- 
ner. Dates brought outfits worn at 
the suitcase party where all the Nus 
entertained with a take-off on "Bon- 
nie and Clyde." A well-kept secret at 
Christmas: a lady and tramp party. 
Dates in formals, brothers in jeans; 
half the basement decorated, half 
full of beer cans. Christmas caroling 
ended with a stop at the Paschall's 
for songs and refreshments. 

Pledges. FRONT ROW: Glen Cross, Jack 
Neall. Jim Tauber. Steve Regan. Jim Fox, 
Wally Ake, Bill Zimmer, Duff Rearick. Jeff 
Jensen. SECOND ROW: Glen Conrad. John 
Onderdonk. Rich Schmalz. Dennis Balkema. 
Jud Mason, John Crowe, John Beck, Don- 
nie Wilson. 




A combo party to celebrate Homecoming. 



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Intramural football players huddle to plan first half plays. 



Motorcycle 

rides, masks, apples, a football game, 
and candy for some Toano boys at 
the Sig Ep Halloween party. Fall 
registration: the annual calendar sale 
for the scholarship fund. Sigma Phi 
Epsilons collected for the Heart 
Fund, donated clothes to stock the 
fashion shop at Eastern State, play- 
ed fathers to the "Hong Kong Kid." 
Tarzan and Cheeta showed up at 
the Mardi Gras party along with a 
lot of other strange creatures. Hang- 
ing around the two-sided bar. A 
pedigreed German Shepherd round- 
ed out the Sig Ep brotherhood. 





"Hippies" invade the Sig Ep basement. 



Underprivileged kids see pictures of themselves: entertainment by Sig Ep. 



Pledges. FRONT ROW: Terry Vought, 
Boyd Schinlever, Bruce Gumpert, Pete 
Callovi/hill. Ed Lytwak, Doug Tway. Ridge 
Whitehurst. SECOND ROW: Pat Graves, 
Ralph Byers. Dave Watkins, Harry Leicht- 
man. 




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Ditullio and Brown: kitchen help. 




Pledges. FRONT ROW: Kevin Rainey. Don 
Oliver. Rich Guardino. Bill Gibbons, Gene 
Albrecht. Jake Barry. John Schiavo. SEC- 
OND ROW: Bob Ramsey, Rich Harrison, 
Bill Monday, Gary Kennedy, Greg Turk. 





Edged out for an interception. 



Sigma Phi Epsilon. FIRST ROW: Drew/ 
Bright, Bob Brown, George Collins, Mike 
Crane. SECOND ROW: Frank Ditullio, 
Dave Dutrow. Mark Eckhouse, Don El- 
more. THIRD ROW: John Frece, Jim Fris- 
cia, Dick Fullerton, Buddy Gardner. 
FOURTH ROW: Wayne Giberson, Keith 
Hamack, Craig Hammond, Bob Hobson. 
FIFTH ROW: John Johnston, Bill Jones, 
John Keiter, Don Korte. SIXTH ROW: Dave 
Lambey, Rick Lawson. secretary; Bob 
Lewis, Mike Lubeley, president. SEVENTH 
ROW: Jay McTighe, Stuart Meyerson, Artie 
Miller, Bob Morris. EIGHTH ROW: Al Mur- 
ray, Jim Nix, Rick O'Neil, Eddie Peverell, 
NINTH ROW: Bruce Ripy, Bruce Roberts, 
Jim Runyon, treasurer; Sam Seagle, 
TENTH ROW: Gary Seek. Malcolm Shick. 
Dave Spaulding, Rick Spurling. ELEVENTH 
ROW: Jeff Thiel, John Trice, Mike Wake- 
field, Ken Weiher. 



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Sigma Pis are successful in showing the freshmen a good ttme during the social activities of formal rush. 




Pledges. FRONT ROW: Mike Wilson, Bob 
Henderson, Charley Jones, Steve Carroll, 
John Constance, Dave Wessel, Donald 
Anderson. SECOND ROW: Bill Akers, Bill 
Bonifant, Eddy Martin, Mike Cottrell, Ron 
Goodman, Scott Shepardson, Gary Pfeiffer. 

Sigma Pi. FIRST ROW: Hank Bahr, Bill 
Bailey, John Bartholomew, Bob Season, 
vice president; Hooker Boisseau. SECOND 
ROW: Chip Boyd, Jim Bullard, Jamie Cow- 
les, Harry Cruse, Mike DiPaola. THIRD 
ROW: Jim Duff. Tracy Emerick, president; 
Hank Godwin, Russ Hereford, Drew Hog- 
wood. FOURTH ROW: Steve Holton. Reed 
Hunt, Harry Kent, Bill MacLean, Buzzy 
May. FIFTH ROW: Mike Millard, John 
Moses, treasurer; Bobby Pope, secretary; 
Jim Potenza, John Quaintance. SIXTH ROW: 
Al Rigau, Dick Samuels, Bill Semones, 
Chris Sherman, Tom Shields. SEVENTH 
ROW: Fred Simpkins, Len Tundermann, 
Jim Webb, Bill Wells. Bill Winfree. 



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Fat Freddie overlooks a packed booth in the Sigma Pi bar room. 




Russ Hereford moves to New York Avenue — and pays rent. 





ABOVE: Brothers begin piecing together 
the Homecoming float. BELOW: Pledges. 
FRONT ROW: Mike Stakias, Dick Gillespie, 
Kempton Shields, Sanford Boisseau, Chuck 
Pinkerton, Peyton Harvey, Al Weinstein. 
SECOND ROW: George Nyikita, John 
Metzger, Peter Ault, Joe Blair, Felipe Rigau, 
Bob Brush, Tom Delia Torre. 




Close contact 

with graduates: a brother-alum foot- 
ball game outside the Sigma Pi 
house. Followed by a cocktail party, 
dinner, and dance. They couldn't 
find any orphans at Christmas, so 
Sigma Pis had to wait until March 
to throw an orphan party. Other af- 
fairs at the house: a faculty reception, 
an anniversary party for the house- 
mother, weekend parties among the 
booths from Corner Greeks. Sigma 
Pis and their dates dressed fancy 
for the house reception and Ball- 
room dance at the Christmas formal. 
Bathing suits and dinner jackets 
jammed the bags of brothers that 
made it to the Orchid Ball at Virginia 
Beach. An April weekend of swim- 
ming, dancing, drinking, and crown- 
ing a new sweetheart. 



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Harry Buffalo 

got the Theta Delts up for exams. 
But made it hard to get up the next 
morning. Brothers \A/orked over se- 
mester break, paneling the basement 
and finishing the bar, topped by the 
turned-on color TV. A second place 
float and house dedication at Home- 
coming. April's regional convention at 
Epsilon. A beer party at Jamestown 
Beach. Theta Delta Chis, with cham- 
pagne for little brothers, pifedon the 
JBT bus to get out to their Pledge- 
Brother Banquet. And persuaded the 
driver to take them all the way. A new 
setting every year. 




Harold Cothern and K. J. Brosch ready the Christmas cheer before Santa arrives. 

Pledges. FRONT ROW; Ed Bryant, Skeets 
Lunsford. Dan Burke, Henry Tucker, Howell 
Michael, Jim Cooley, Bob Thiele, Dave Koe- 
nig, Pete deFur. SECOND ROW: Harold 
Cothern. Don Miller, Steve Dingleberry, Fred 
Walls. John Lerohl, K. J. Brosch, Norman 
Familant, Bill Magner, Pete Fisher. 




"Abe" Parnham on the Homecoming winner. 




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ABOVE; Theta Delts and their dates get a 
kick from the poems and presents — at the 
expense of brothers. LEFT: Theta Delta Chi. 
FIRST ROW: Jim Barackman. John Ben- 
nett, secretary; Pete Czarnecki, John 
Davey. Mac Deekens. SECOND ROW: Neil 
Dickey. Dave Donelson. Marshall Dressel, 
John Fawcett, Bob Fitzgerald. THIRD ROW: 
Bart Garvey, Larry Goldsmith, George 
Goode. Bruce Gravatt. Mike Harding, presi- 
dent. FOURTH ROW: Walt Jones, Rod 
Klima. Hank Lowry. Bob McCannell, Don 
McGlothlin. FIFTH ROW; Louis Monacell. 
John Morgan, Bruce Niles. Jim O'Brien, 
Chris Olsen. SIXTH ROW: Lonnie Parker, 
Tom Parnham. Dana Richardson, Don Rob- 
erts, Lad Savage. SEVENTH ROW; Chuck 
Schwartzman, Bill Singleton, Ron Stewart, 
vice president; Dave Strunce, Doug Volz. 
EIGHTH ROW; Rich Walker, treasurer; Dave 
Watson, Les Watson, John Wooleyhan. 
Bucky Yoksas. BELOW: President Mike 
Harding presents a silver bowl to alumnus 
Charles Pollard. 




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Bob Fitzgerald reads a poem on football. 



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Wendy Bold. Phi Kappa Tau. 



Condit Cooper. Lambda Chi Alpha. 



Betsy Smith. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 




Jill Silvertsen. Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Barbie Wallace. Sigma Chi. 



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Sweethearts 




Fran Stewart. Pi Lambda Phi 



Sally earner. Theta Delta Chi. 




Virginia Garrett, Kappa Alpha. 



Pam Allison. Kappa Sigma. 



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Rush Greek. 

A new idea from the Panhellenic 
Council to enervate and enliven the 
Greek system. September. A work- 
shop to exchange ideas, to air com- 
plaints. Bi-weekly Panhel meetings. 
Relaxed rush rules for freshmen and 
sorority women. Coke dates. Endless 
banter about dates, and dances; an 
occasional mention of sisterhood. 
Competition. Hammers pounded in 
Sorority Court as Homecoming float 
building got under way. Time out for 
relaxation v^ith intramural competi- 
tion. Some good "clean" fun. Cooper- 
ation. The annual Panhel Fashion 
Show. To entertain rushees and to 
raise funds for two scholarships. 
Spirit. A Greek Sing before Christmas 
vacation where sorority women 
showed-off musical talent and visited 
over hot cider and donuts. February. 
Rush. Ecstatic rushees lined the halls 
of the Campus Center to pick up their 
invitations to a week of songs, skits, 
and smiles. A race across Richmond 
Road to more smiles. And pins. 





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President Gale Gibson conducts a bi-weekly Panhel meeting. 



Panhel innovation — a Greek Sing. 




The Council discusses open association at a fall meeting. 



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Cheryl Russell: float building. 




Turnabout: 

the password on Omega Chi Alpha 
day. Pledges took over the house 
and forced actives to wear pledge 
pins and beanies. Letters went out 
from the Alpha Chi Omega mailbox 
to the Korean orphan and adopted 
servicemen in Vietnam. Lots of new 
things showed up at the house: fur- 
niture in the two living rooms, songs 
and skits for the last two nights of 
rush. Some "lucky" sisters got tapped 
into one of the inner clubs: Eat, 
Drink and Be Merry (self explana- 
tory) or Carnation (guy gotten). Hera 
Day came in March: a time to do 
nice things — like buying a bag of 
jelly beans — for a sister. 

Alpha Chi Omega. FIRST ROW: B. K. Acree, 
president; Patsy Anderson, Joanna Blan- 
ton. vice president; Bonnie Bradford. SEC- 
OND ROW: Lee Britton, Margie Brown, 
Betsy Calvo, Linda Clark. THIRD ROW: 
Marti Cook, Cindy Cooper, Mary Couper. 
Carol Crute. FOURTH ROW: Caroline 
Currie, Jamie Cutler, Nancy Darnell, Eliza- 
beth Davis. FIFTH ROW: Linda Deyerle. 
Warwick Deyerle. Anne Dudley, Freddie 
Fechtman. SIXTH ROW: Joan Flynn, Marti 
Garland, Linda Rae Gordon, Alice Hern. 
SEVENTH ROW: Joanne Hickcox, Diane 
Hickey. Paula Howland, Sue Huber. EIGHTH 
ROW: Vicke Jeffress, Lois Johson, sec- 
retary; Lynn Johnston, Tanith Kilmartin. 

Pledges. FRONT ROW: Tern Skinner, 
Wendy Williams, Annette Talton, Nan Joy- 
ner. Mane Arnold, Kathy Wine, Linda Sher- 
rill, Kathy Powell, Kathy Dress. SECOND 
ROW: Judy Barrows, Debbie Daley, Pam 
Wachob, Carol Chausse, Jane Hickey, 
Garland Barr, Donna Ireland, Dorothy Dame- 
ron, Suzanne Jones, Dale Wanderer. Beth 
Lanier, Susan Johnson, Janet Flournoy. 





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Alpha Chi Omega. FIRST ROW: Kathy 
Klotz. Judy Knott. Knn Larson. Melanie 
Leonard, Mary Lucie Mapp. SECOND ROW: 
Betsy Mays. Jan McLellan, Diane Miller. 
Ginger Miller, Susan Moore, treasurer. 
THIRD ROW; Gretchen Morris, Mary Mar- 
garet Pastore, Stephie Peat. Mary Ann 
Plichta, Melissa Pollard. FOURTH ROW: 
Kathy Rankin, Cheryl Russell, Diana Shim- 
ler, Kathy Shirley, Judy Steffan. FIFTH 
ROW: Becky Sweeney, Linda Thacker, 
Lenore Ubelher, Karen Van Houten, Ann 
Walters. SIXTH ROW: Gmud Waterman, 
Deb NA/ender. Shelia Winchester, Sue Wood, 
Cher Zucker. 



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Pledges. FRONT ROW: Anne-Taylor Leich, 
Betsy McFarland. Lane Pruett, Joanne 
Bird, Pat Garst. Linda Britt, Zoe Ann Hall, 
Suzette Kimball. SECOND ROW: Debby 
Forster. Becky Breeden, Dodi Fredericks, 
Barbara Robertson. Phyllis Perdue, Vicki 
Cumings, Gail McLawhorn, Linda Aber- 
nathy. THIRD ROW; Sandy Napier, Sally 
Wade, Charlotte Hummel, Kathy Cale, 
Cathy Gaffney, Jackie Sivertsen, Debby 
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PiKAs join Chi Os at a party for Eastern State Children. 

Chi Omega. FIRST ROW: Janet Ackroyd. 
Linn Acton, Mary Ellen Allen. SECOND 
ROW: Kathie Asplund, Kaki Becker, Janet 
Berglund. THIRD ROW: Tom Biordi, re- 
cording secretary; Anne Bradstreet, Lydia 
Bulynko. FOURTH ROW; Colleen Cameron, 
Pat Campbell, Judy Chase. FIFTH ROW: 
Alynne Clark, Linda Collins, Darien Colyer. 
SIXTH ROW: Ellen Cooper, Rhonda Curry, 
Joanne Deacon. SEVENTH ROW: Jan 
Ernstmeyer, Linda Freeman. Kathy Fried- 
man. EIGHTH ROW; Missy Galloway. Su- 
san Goodband. Ginger Graef. NINTH ROW: 
Linda Gray, Lynn Greenwood, Connie 
Hennes. TENTH ROW: Freda Hutcher- 
son. Wanda Jenkins. Linda Kalen. ELEV- 
ENTH ROW: Alice Kirkup, Peggy Kriete, 
Carolyn Lawhorn. 





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Sisters line up on "Sundae Sunday. 





Over a ton of 

clothes collected. Williamsburg resi- 
dents gave sacks full to the Chi 
Omegas for several poor families 
living on an island. Professors spoke 
at the Chi O house before Reading 
Program authors visited. An effort 
to get up interest in the Program it- 
self. Letters to alums asked for sup- 
port in putting on the 50th Anniver- 
sary of the sorority on campus in 
197 1 . A spring trip to the Deep South 
for the two officers that attended 
Firesides in Atlanta. Owl pals all over 
the place: teasing Santa at the Christ- 
mas party, talking late at Owl Hoots, 
putting on skits about each other at 
the Senior Banquet. Homecoming: a 
tea and third place float — for the 
third year in a row. 



Chi Omega. FIRST ROW: Susie Maclntyre, 
Linda Marsh, Sue McGowan, Joyce Morris, 
Judy Nauman. Ann Nelms, vice president; 
Donna OIney. SECOND ROW: Greyson 
Pannill, Barbara Pate. Kaye Pitts, Mary 
Ruth Price, Sharon Reeder. chapter cor- 
respondent; Peggy Riordan. Barbara Saari. 
THIRD ROW: Carrington Salley. Carol 
Sawyer, Jill Sivertsen, Kit Smith, Leslie 
Smith. Lin Stocker. Cheryl Swaim. FOURTH 
ROW: Susan Thacker. Ann Thrasher, Carol 
Ware. Shelly Watts, Wynne Whitehurst, 
treasurer; Leslie Wild. SuSu Williams. 



Continental breakfast at the house. 



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Delta Delta Delta, first ROW: Judy Algatt, 
Pam Allison, Betty Bakun, Jane Ballard, 
Elaine Barnes, Becky Beach, Janie Bret- 
nail. SECOND ROW: Dianne Broman, 
Gwynn Chambers, Barbara Crlssey. Yvonne 
Crosier, Linda Cross. Kathy Kay Cullers, 
Sue Cunningham. THIRD ROW: Dianne 
Denny, vice president; Alice Derr, Cheryl 
EIrod, Cathy Fischer, Gina Garrett, Guner 
Gery, Berie Gomez. FOURTH ROW: Gail 
Granger, Jane Grenfell, Laura Hiner, Suz- 
anne Hinson, president; Nancy Holland, 
Barbara Hopkins. Kathy Hudak. 





Branch Page: a fund-raising Slave Day. 



An original Tri Delt skit for freshman men. 



Making tulips for the Tri Delt float. 



Delta Delta Delta. FIRST ROW: Kathy 
Kerr, Ginny Klemkowski, Virginia Lewis, 
Diane Luckey, treasurer; Nancy Lund- 
quist, Lesley McGehee, Brucie McKenzie. 
SECOND ROW: Susan Mallory, Mary Mas- 
ters, secretary; Salin Miller. Mary Jo Monk, 
Janie Neff, Branch Page, Susan Patterson. 
THIRD ROW: Dana Poarch, Pam Roberts, 
Pat Russell, Chris Shields, Molly Shryer. 
Barbara Smith, Jackie Stump. FOURTH 
ROW: Barbara Waesche, Anne Warrick, 
Terry Waters, Cathy Webb. Toni Webster, 
Teresa Wedding, Lane Winfree. 




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Sisters dress up for a Halloween party. 



Elaine Barnes with Mrs. Hitchens. 



Pledges. FRONT ROW: Vicki Haydon. 
Donna Ford, Nancy Rose, Betsy Hinson, 
Dana Robertson, Ida Hall, Cookie Arnold. 
SECOND ROW: Ginger McKay, Janet 
Hartley, Linda Bokach, Lear Strange, Julie 
Davis. Hayden Gwaltney, Thelma Potter, 
Debbie Holt, Karen Eareckson. THIRD 
ROW: Gil Peterson, Sara Diggs, Susie 
Fugua, Heidi Foster, Marilyn Jeans. Donna 
Metzger, Susan Flook, Christie Schmidt, 
Pam Simpson. 






Girls sold to 

hang curtains, wash windows, stay 
with kids. Phone messages asking 
for helpers kept on coming in the 
week before Tri Delt's Slave Day. 
Panhellenic cookbooks sold to moth- 
ers, aunts, friends. 350 dollars raised: 
a Delta Delta Delta scholarship for 
a woman student. Baskets went out 
to families at Thanksgiving and 
Christmas; sisters went out to col- 
lect for the United Giver's Fund. A 
new distinction: \A/inning the women's 
intramural trophy. Various kinds of 
parties. All the housemothers gath- 
ered for a bridge party and a chance 
to win a door prize. Santa gave all 
the seniors little gifts at the Christ- 
mas Pine party. And freshman men 
liked the Halloween party, complete 
with skit, refreshments, and danc- 
ing in the house. 



"Run 'em Through the Mill" at Homecoming. 



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Pledges. FRONT ROW: Sheryl Althaus, 
Nancy Richards, Louanna Ockerman, Mary 
Alice Haynes. Mary Woodward. Gail Martins. 
Paige Reid. SECOND ROW; Betsy McCaul, 
Robin Owens, Noelle Kehrberg. Pam Allen. 
Diana Bowman. Bev Greene, Margaret Me- 
daris, Sharon Hall. Laurie Aston, Maggie 
Miles. THIRD ROW: Diane Paisley, Martha 
Yowell, Cindy Wieboldt, Dede Bunker. Em- 
erald Erickson, Judy Martin, Liz Baltes. 
Wendy Caldwell. 




Gamma Phi Beta. FIRST ROW: Ivy Akers, 
Cheri Anderson, Pat Arledge, Ann Baity, 
Gerry Baltes, Nancy Bierly, Janet Brown, 
Margaret Bunte, Cindy Cave. SECOND 
ROW: Lyn Clay, Barbara Croyle, Carolyn 
Dance, Jane DeFrees. Hada DeVarona. Fran 
Engoron, Tricia Frazier, Gale Gibson, Beth 
Golladay. THIRD ROW: Pat Gracian, Kay 
Greer, Bobbie Grove, president; Debbie Hall, 
Wendy Hall, Carol Hamerson, Berta Hamp- 
ton, Debbie Hower, Amy Jarmon. FOURTH 
ROW: Ruthie Johnson, Robyn Krug, Gail 
Langhorst, Babs Lee, Barb Longacre, Lynda 
Lotz, Sharon Maiers, Alex Mallus, Ellen 
Mauch, treasurer. FIFTH ROW: Babs 
O'Dell, Debbi Ostergard, Georgean Pres- 
cott, Liz Ramsey, Linda Reese, Helen Rhea, 
secretary; Robin Roettinger. Char Sand- 
quist. Sue Schwenk. SIXTH ROW: Connie 
Scott, Megan Shields, Barbara Sickles, Su- 
sie Smith, vice president; Sharon Smith, 
Ginger Smith. Ginny Vogel. Marilyn Wyn- 
koop. Linda Wyrick. 




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LEFT; After-supper singing on tne porch. 
BELOW: "Here's to the seniors." and more 
singing inside. 





Songs kept 

the Gamma Phis going all year: Friday 
night trips to entertain the men at the 
VA hospital in Kecoughtan, the se- 
nior's Christmas production of "The 
Sound of Music," rush parties, slum- 
ber parties, guitars and banjo on the 
porch after supper. Sisters spent one 
day at the fire station helping others 
recover from giving blood in the Feb- 
ruary drive. Both telephone lines into 
the Gamma Phi Beta house stayed 
busy as plans for hosting the April 
Province Conference took shape. 
Colored ribbons, tangled in and out of 
the house, finally led pledges to their 
big sisters. A dripping president 
v^^aded out of the river to end the May 
picnic at Jamestown Beach. 



Gamma Phis begin fitting wire around the wooden float frame. 



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Happy Hours 

at the Theta house. The Halloween 
affair, where guests bobbed for ap- 
ples and munched popcorn, honored 
freshman men. City police escorted 
Kappa Alpha Theta's Homecoming 
float into town Friday night since 
they'd covered the headlights with 
decorations. But "Noah's Ark" made 
it on its own to a first place trophy 
on Saturday. Weekend retreat to 
Virginia Beach in October. Alums 
supplied food; sisters presented a 
Sunday worship service on the 
beach. A spaghetti dinner and Cam- 
pus Center bake sale brought in 
money for Theta's Vietnamese fos- 
ter child. And kite flying in the Sunken 
Garden: big and little sisters got to- 
gether to make a kite and fly it the 
highest and longest. 

Kappa Alpha Theta. FIRST ROW: Ann 
Adair, Jean Attridge. Sara Jane Auman, 
Kathy Betton. Nancy Bishop, Barbara Boul- 
din. Bettijoyce Breen. president. SECNND 
ROW: Joy Brinckman, Linda Buckley, Pat 
Butler. Laura Busse. Margie Byer, Susan 
Campbell. Peggy Carter. THIRD ROW: Alice 
Ann Coleman. Lou Cooper, Nancy Crow- 
ther, Jane Ferguson, Nancy Harkrader, 
Nancy Hauck, Brenda Hazlett. FOURTH 
ROW: Jan Hayes, Kathy Hilgert, Anne 
Hitt, Jeanne Huber, Sally James, Caria 
Johnson, Rochelle Kaufman. FIFTH ROW: 
Bobbie King. Marilyn Kron, treasurer; Jean 
Kossoff, Diane Lucas, Claire Mason, Bar- 
bara Massie, Sue Miller. SIXTH ROW: 
Frankie Mitchell. Barbara Moriarty, vice 
president; Libba Mosely, Linda Patterson, 
Becky Pierce, secretary; Fran Pollock, 
Bev Sauer. SEVENTH ROW: Kathy Rex- 
rode, Carol Saunders. Linda Scott, Carol 
Shewmaker, Paula Southwell, Anne Stall, 
Susan Swearingen. EIGHTH ROW: Joyce 
Thompson, Linda Trogdon, Shelly Turpin. 
Jane Upson, Barbara Wetherell, Arnita 
Woodson, Nancy Zentner. 






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Pledges. FRONT ROW: Joanne Dukeshire. 
Deene Hall, Lindsey North. Judy London, 
Jane Muse, Jeni Paull, Kathy Womack, 
Karen Edwards. Laurie Albright, Cherry 
Bradshaw, Betty Mitchell. SECOND ROW: 
Sue Brick, Bonnie Ross, B. Percy, Sue 
Gits, Mary Stuart Barren, Becky Walker, 
Elaine Walker, Cori Ashworth, Sharon 
Yates, Chris Stann, Cheryl Krupa, Mary 
Alice Whelan, Lani Loboudger, Renee 
Hanson. 



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Thetas pair off in their ark and float home to first place. 




A Halloween Happy Hour in the sunken living room. 



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Root and ginger 

lured Gamma Phis and Pi Phis to Kap- 
pa Delta's Beer and Ale Neighbor 
party. With help (especially on the 
scissors) from fathers and guys, the 
"Bob the Cats" homecoming float 
rode down DOG Street to a second 
place win. Flying high, Santa had a 
hard time of it at the Christmas party 
after the Diamond Ball. So a trusted 
elf took over in giving out poems and 
presents. Three times a week sisters 
walked to the Day Care Center to 
help out with the kids. Pledges 
hunted everywhere for big sister 
clues, yawned through a surprise 
breakfast. And more eating as all the 
KDs went over to the Paschall's for a 
buffet dinner in early spring. 



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Kappa Deltas and a World Series game on color TV entertain freshman men. 



Pledges. FRONT RONA/: Connie Wilson, Bet- 
ty Ann Carty, Cheryl Wakefield, Janet Wil- 
son, Mary Kennedy, Doris Kidwell. Cathy 
Schumaker. SECOND ROW: Nancy Divers, 
Ann Watson, Kathy Shriver, Peggy Oatman, 
Nancy Buhrer, Anita Coles, Angela Adams. 
THIRD ROW: Valeria Kaskela. Stephanie 
Ruck, Linda Garfield, Sandy Windsor. Pat 
DeBoer, Carol Carr. Fran Rideout, Susan 
Germain, Marsha Robinson. 




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Linda Albright readies float stuffing. 




National President Pat Merrill visits on Founder's Day. 

Kappa Delta. FIRST ROW; Linda Albright, 
Ann Bailey, Charlene Baldwin, Sally Barner, 
Nancy Beach ley. SECOND ROW: Anne 
Beazley, Mary Jo Bishop, Amy Blanchard, 
Sandy Bordon, Susan Burgess. THIRD 
ROW: Judy Carhart, Sarah Chapman. Cheryl 
Cobb, Kathy Coles, Sandy Dawson. 
FOURTH ROW: Pat DeBoer, Shelia Fuller, 
Beth Furbush. De Garber. Carol Graham. 
FIFTH ROW: Jan Graham, Nancy Goodrich, 
Karen Hathcock, Jackie Hoskins, Linda Jor- 
dan. SIXTH ROW: Dorothy Kilgore, Carol 
Knight, Jane Ledbetter, treasurer; Sue Loet- 
terle. Sue Miller. SEVENTH ROW: Jackie 
Mitchell, Mary Ellen Newman. Mary Chris 
Schmitz, Cathy Schumaker, Mary Shorter. 
EIGHTH ROW; Sandy Skeen, Cathy Slus- 
ser. Cindy Smith, vice president; Joyce 
Stroop, Charlotte Thompson. NINTH ROW; 
Mary K. Thompson, president; Becky 
Vaughn, secretary; Marilyn Verheyden, Nan- 
cy Verser, Ann Watson. TENTH ROW: Pat- 
ty Wendell, Connie Wilson, Nancy Wood- 
v^ard, Ann Wooten. Linda Zuber. 



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Kappas "Octopi the End Zone" at Homecoming. 

Kappa Kappa Gamma. FIRST ROW: Lynn 
Andrew. Lyndal Andrews, Karen Arnold, 
Judy Banks, president; Linda Beerbower, 
Carol Billman. SECOND ROW: Marti Bock- 
oven, Dale Brubeck, Barbara Burket. Becky 
Byrd, Michele Cayot, Donnie Chancellor. 
THIRD ROW; Condit Cooper, Kim Craig, 
Gayle Crawley, Linda Drake, Betsy Ewing, 
Suzanne Fauber, treasurer. FOURTH ROW: 
Jan Ferguson, Lynn Ferryman, Donna 
Fowie, Gail Gates. Marion Godbold, Butchie 
Good. FIFTH ROW; Sherry Hall, Ann 
Hamilton, Kathleen Hawks, Bobbie Henry, 
Pam Hilton, Karen Hunsberger. SIXTH 
ROW; Sandie Irvin, Barb Johnson, Kathy 
Kearney, second vice president; Ginny 
Kerns, Marilyn Koch, Linda Lacy. SEVENTH 
ROW: Bambi Lynn, Marty McGuire. Linda 
Mclndoe, Ann Miller, Ann Morris, Kathy 
Netzley. EIGHTH ROW; Judy Newcomer, 
Cindy O'Callaghan, Jane Overstreet. Randy 
Pearson, Nannie Perdue, Kathy Plasmati. 
NINTH ROW; Eileen Proctor, Judy Rader, 
Sue Register, Janice Savage, Susan Small, 
Sandy Snapp. TENTH ROW: Peggy Sotho- 
ron, first vice president; Sallie Stemple, 
Sandie Stemple, Sandy St. John, Linda 
Sundin, recording secretary; Sue Tarpley. 
ELEVENTH ROW; Liz Tarpley, Debbie 
Taylor, Nancy Trent, Ellen Wagner, Gail 
White, Nell Wrather. 





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Pledges. FRONT ROW: Jean Henry, Mi- 
chele Pugh, Marti Young. Susan Slaton, 
Judy Ueeming, Stewart Gamage. SECOND 
ROW: Judy March. Anne larrobino. Mari- 
lyn Johnson. Mary Elliott West, Barbara 
James. Trudy Horton. THIRD ROW: Jen- 
nie Belle Powell. Betsy Phillips. I_inda 
Leipertz, Carol Harvell. Barbara Harries, 
Joanne Madden, Lois Durham. FOURTH 
ROW: Cheryl Clark. Kathy Sheehan. Janice 
Brown, Anne Henry, Janis Reed, Linda 
Beard. Suzanne Barnett. 



Nancy Trent — all "clammed up" — precedes the Homecoming float 




Susan Small and Donnie Chancellor at the October Open House for freshman men. 



Pumpkin carols 

and pumpkins with Greek-letter 
faces: the Kappas on their annual 
Halloween Pumpkin Walk around 
sorority court. Sisters sent letters 
and money to a little girl in Hong 
Kong, decorated maypoles for fac- 
ulty children to skip around. Two 
delegates boarded a March flight to 
Kentucky and the Province Conven- 
tion (plus a visit to a horse farm). 
Outgoing officers kidnapped the new 
president during the traditional fleur- 
de-lis ceremony. As Kappa Kappa 
Gammas hugged new sisters on Ac- 
ceptance Day, fraternity men flocked 
around the house to watch firemen 
arrive to save the Kappa kitchen. 
Tourists flocked around in spring: 
to pick flowers from the garden and 
snap pictures of sunbathing girls. 



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An informal dessert at the house. 



Phi Mus and dates: holiday spirit. 



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RIGHT: A guy lends a hand in decorating 
the Christmas tree. BELOW: Billie Spencer 
and her date at the Christmas formal. 




Washboards, 

spoons, knives, guitar, uke, combs, 
and pails: an amateur band around 
the Phi Mu house that performed at 
Eastern State. Faculty children came 
to a party where they made and got 
to carry home Halloween masks and 
kites that almost flew. Service proj- 
ects kept the Phi Mus busy all year: 
putting out milk cartons around cam- 
pus to collect money for the hospital 
ship Hope, supporting a Hong Kong 
orphan, decorating Easter eggs for 
a hunt for underprivileged kids. 




Phi Mu. FIRST ROW: Mary Ann Arnold. 
Billie Ann Baker. Susan Benson. Linda 
9irckhead. Margaret Brownell. Midge Claw- 
son, Teresa Creef, secretary. SECOND 
ROW; Dodie Duncan, Peg Furman. Jody 
Hallissy, Lynn Hecht, Lynn Hodgson. Caro- 
lyn Koehler, Carolyn Peyronnet, president. 
THIRD ROW: Linda Redmond, Linda 
Rucker, Lyn Singleton, Barbara Smock, 
Billie Spencer. Flora Stith, Meg Swanson. 
FOURTH ROW: Linda Townsend. Gail 
Varela, Patricia Verhine, Jo Ann Walthall, 
Gail Whitaker, treasurer; Pat Wineman, 
Sharon Yager, vice president. 



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Pi Beta Phi. FIRST ROW; Win Bailey, 
Glinda Bowry, Lorraine Burgio, Cathie 
Calvert. SECOND ROW: Penny Cherry, 
Karen Clark, Susi Davi, Leslie Davis, sec- 
retary. THIRD ROW: Dwe Eaton, Jackie 
Engle, Gerri Farinholt, Pat Gang. FOURTH 
ROW: Sandra Garnett, Donna Oilman, 
Cindy Goodrich, Bev Gosney. FIFTH ROW: 
Fran Gretes, Cheryl Helms, Beth Hill, 
Martha Holhs. SIXTH ROW: Frosty Hos- 
kins, Frances Jones, Sherri Kardis, trea- 
surer: Charlene Kramer. SEVENTH ROW 
Laura LaBonte, Carol Lawall, Maureen 
McCormack, Sarah Mays. EIGHTH ROW 
Anne Moore, Mary Morden, Marci Morgan 
Lynda Murphy. NINTH ROW: Leslie Nade 
Becky Neff, Ginny Nittoli, Nancy Pitzer 
TENTH ROW: Sharon Quillen, Jo Raflo 
Carol Rodenbaugh, Grace Roselli. ELEV- 
ENTH ROW: Alice Scantlebury, Carolyn 
Scott, Susan Shipp, Hope Skillman. 




Hungry students crowd onto the Pi Phi porch for the annual spaghetti dinner. 

Shin splints 

from all that jumping plagued the Pi 
Phis during rush and for days after. 
Gongs called everyone to dinner, in- 
cluding seniors who sometimes en- 
joyed dressing up (Chinese style, for 
instance) for the meals. A cold Oc- 
tober ocean forced the sisters to 
keep their minds on planning yearly 
projects, the purpose of the weekend 
retreat to Virginia Beach. But a few 
hardy souls still had time to take an 
icy plunge. Pi Beta Phi worked 
closely with children at Eastern State: 
making weekly visits, throwing a 
Christmas party and an Easter Egg 
hunt. Cars left in April for a joint 
Founder's Day celebration with the 
Pi Phis at Old Dominion. 




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Enthusiastic Pi Phis join m singing and clapping at the Panhel Greek Sing. 




Pledges. FRONT ROW: Mary Quinn Sale, 
Toddy Helfrich, Tina Jones, Betsy Faust, 
Joanne Sheehy. Jane Huntington, Brooke 
Coleman. SECOND ROW: Nancy Blackwell, 
Bootie Kreulen, Lindy Allmond, Marsha 
Seidman, Carolyn Tompkins, Leslie Bas- 
kins, Carolyn Clouser, Peggy Jenkins. 
THIRD ROW: Byron Shelton, Diane West- 
moreland, Christy Bruce, Fran Jones, 
Rachel Strong, Margaret Micholet, Ginger 
Dick, Debbie Dougherty, Carol Christian- 
sen, Elaine May, Chrissie Ulmer. 




ABOVE: Win Bailey welcomes frosh men 
to a party. BELOW: Pi Beta Phi. FIRST 
ROW: Fran Stewart, Chris Taylor, Kay 
Tucker, Marty Vann, Jan Walker, Barbara 
Wallace, Katie Walline. SECOND ROW: 
Janet Watkins, Kim Watson, Sandy Webb. 
Nancy Wester, Sally Wiltjorne, Suzann 
Wilson, Pat Zepul, president. 



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Open House 

for the publications during Orientation 
Week. Despite a half-hour time mix- 
up. interested freshmen showed up 
to see what they could do for the 
Flat Hat, Review, Echo, or WCWM. 
Representatives of each spoke at a 
general meeting, explaining the work 
to be done on their staffs. Recruiting: 
questions asked and answered. In the 
spring the media, via Pi Delta Epsilon, 
again worked together to bring off 
the Publications Banquet where edi- 
tors gave awards to those who had 
done well what they could. 




A Review welcome from Doug Chard. 



Dr. Paschall and Howard K. Smith converse at the spring banquet. 




Don Roberts. Echo editor, discusses staff applications with interested freshmen 






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Rubber stamp 

year? Hardly. A year that didn't de- 
serve a rubber stamp yearbook. The 
Colonial Echo got a new voice and 
face from Don Roberts, editor, and 
his staff. Mosaic layout covered the 
448 pages. Gobs of color pictures 
(274 to be exact) filled the thirty-one 
page opening section. And thousands 
of pictures had to be "one silly pica" 
apart. Headlines got readers into 
copy that recorded the year's atti- 
tudes as well as activities. Faculty 
members wrote paragraphs on the 
question: Has the academic atmo- 
sphere at William and Mary changed 
in the past year? Other changes: reor- 
ganization of the book into four major 
divisions: Diversion, Affiliation, Ser- 
vice, Company. The editor and the 
Board of Student Affair's Finance 
Committee didn't see eye to eye on 
budget particulars. The only things 
that stayed the same around the 
Echo office were salaries. 





Mary Shorter, associate editor. 




Don Roberts, editor-in-chief. 



Barbara Croyle, Winn Legerton. Zoe Hall. 



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Suzanne Barnett, and Krin Larson, layout editor. 




Summit meeting in the ICP Kansas City plant to decide cover and end sheet design. 



Linda Wynck, copy editor. 



Dan Perry, sports editor. 



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Les Watson, assistant copy editor. 



Jim Callear, schools editor. 



Mary K. Thompson, seniors editor. 



Colonial Echo. FRONT ROW: Nancy Black- 
well, Jane Muse. Susan Henshaw, Betsy 
Faust. Rachael Strons, Suzanne Wilson, 
Christy Bruce, Peggy Drake, Ann Walters, 
Wendy Fairbank. SECOND ROW: Mary 
Chris Schmitz, Sandra Camden. Paggy Rior- 
dan. Bev Greene. Joanne Madden. Debbie 
Detweiler. Julie Harris. Kathy Coles. Diane 
Hickey. Barbara Saari. Anne Dudley. THIRD 
ROW: Joanne Hickcox. Karen Hudson, 
Leslie Nadel, Sue Hume. Gail Martino. Karen 
Clark. Alice Scantlebury. Trudy Horton. 
Evelyn Shearin. Mary Elliott West. Alice 
Philips. Angela Adams. Caroline Vaiden. 
FOURTH ROW: Karen Irwin. Cathy Griffin, 
Betty Jaeger, Nancy Sturgeon, Barbara 
Brant, Mary Alice Whelan, Becky Reddick, 
Linda Douglas. Anne Price, Wanda Haynes, 
Linda Deyerle. FIFTH ROW: Carolyn Law- 
horne. Ken Unzicker, Rob McCarroll, Aieta 
Ahlstrom, Elaine Walker, Becky Vaughan, 
Sally Barner, Cheryl Clark, Charlotte Hog- 
gard, Suzanne Louis, Cheryl Bracken, Judy 
Barrows, Marie Arnold. SIXTH ROW: Fred 
Simpkins, Jim Newsom, John Fletcher, Den- 
nis Buckland. Wayne Fore. Alan Wohlleben. 
David Koenig. Fred Woodlief . Denard Spady. 
Chris Williamson, David Post. 





Tom Miller, academics editor. 



Linda Murphy, sorority editor. 




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Dwe Eaton, underclasses editor. Editors learn about full color processing m the Inter-Collegiate Press plant. 




Margaret Brownell. index editor. Connie Scott, royalty editor. 



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Old ideas 



didn't last long after Chris Sherman 
and his staff moved into the Flat Hat 
office. Since 1913, "Stability and 
faith " had been more than a motto. 
All of a sudden "Truth begets hatred" 
and "All good newspapers are cease- 
lessly querulous and bellicose" were 
more than mottos. Three new desks 
covered city, state and national 
events. More breadth and depth than 
ever before. A bulletin became a 
newspaper that made people think. 
The most obvious change in the 
newspaper was its size. Big enough 
to upset Virginia Gazette printers 
used to less developed Flat Hat an- 
cestors. Coverage of student issues 
on local and national levels. New fea- 
tures. The "Teleclectic" reported col- 
legiate happenings from all over the 
country. "On the Right" and "On the 
Left" presented views from both 
sides of the political fence. Satire in 
"Around Walden" ranged in subject 
from electric football to the Presi- 
dency to Playboy in the library. Flat 
Hat reporters covered the march on 
the Pentagon, the counter-inaugural, 
and Dick Gregory's visit to Newport 
News. The editor requested an AP 
wire that was denied for "financial 
reasons." Editor's objection: limiting 
of news policy by a "group solely con- 
cerned with finances." The Flat Hat 
endorsed Hubert Humphrey, cru- 
saded against the Statement of 
Rights and Responsibilities, and hit 
the administration hard on the foot- 
ball field and the editorial page. 





Christopher B. Sherman, editor-in-chief. 




Cass Weiland, sports editor. 



Carrington Salley, makeup editor, and Jim Duff, sports staff. 



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Nancy Verser, managing editor. 



Nancy Hulse, associate editor. 




Flat Hat staff in the Virginia Gazette office during a weekly printing session. 




Sherman on the side. Ginny Vogel. 



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Molly Shryer. national news editor. 



Ben McKelway. cit.y nt^w^ t^ditor. 



Rare moments of relaxation in the office. 



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Aik. 

Bob Irvin, college news editor. 



Mark Cole, copy editor. 








Wrinkle Rankin. 



Rick Webb. 




Donn Wonnell, editorial editor. 



Weather Vane editor. Steve Cochran, and staff. 

Supplements 

to the Flat Hat. The Weather Vane. 
edited by Steve Cochran, appeared 
twice first semester and about every 
three weeks second semester. Even 
greater detail on significant issues. 
Poverty in Williamsburg, the pro- 
posed pass-fail grading system for 
electives, disciplinary procedures, 
legal status of William and Mary stu- 
dents, the draft, gubernatorial candi- 
dates, and the fraternity and sorority 
system. Special focus on one major 
issue in each edition. 



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No state funds 

for the William and Mary Review. 

Two-thirds, $4,000, of the total bud- 
get for the literary magazine had 
been provided in past years by the 
General Assembly. For the first time, 
the Student Activities Fee was the 
Review's only source of income. Four 
editorial boards, poetry, art, fiction, 
non-fiction, sifted through all work 
submitted by students and faculty 
for publication. Names on the texts 
were blackened to make sure each 
was judged solely on its merit. A liter- 
ary contest in conjunction with the 
275th Anniversary Committee with 
a hundred dollar top prize. A high- 
contrast photograph wrapped around 
the cover of the fall edition. Pictures 
covered walls, sculptures covered 
tables in the Campus Center Decem- 
ber 5-19 in the magazine's annual 
Art Show. 




Sarah Brittrngham, first semester editor. 




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Review Staff. FRONT ROW: St;. _:_. ! ,■■.::: i.i'.is. fiction board chairman; Pat Sholder. awards 
chairman; Susan Benson, fiction board. Patsy Anderson, fiction board. SECOND ROW: Doug 
Green, non-fiction board; Les Watson, non-fiction board; Rayburn Powell, poetry board; Bill 
Long, art editor. 




Original student art work adorns Campus Center walls during the annual Review Art Show. 

Review Staff. FRONT ROW: Pat Kenig. poetry board; Debbie Edwards, poetry board; Marie 
von Elten. art board; Marti Hunt, typing editor, SECOND ROW: Kenny Collins, non-fiction 
board; John Boswell, poetry board; Edmund Henderson, typing staff; Douglas Chard, business 
manager. 




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Trish Downer loads the tape deck. "Mr. C" of "Cue." Craig Wmdha 




VIICWM 



WCWM goes downtown for a remote broadcast 




Dave Kintsfatner. classical music. Al Littlejohn. news director 



Dave Derner. 



Mike NuckolS- 




ABOVE; The Studios are always in use. 
RIGHT; WCWM Directors. FRONT ROW: 
Dave Kintsfather. Charlie Dent. SECOND 
ROW: Craig Windham, Mike Campana. Rick 
Richardson. Michael Nuckols. Dave Derner, 
Al Littlejohn. Steve Abramson. 




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Charlie Dent, program director. 




The voice 



of the College of William and Mary. 
WCWM. 89.1 on your FM dial. All 
kinds of music: rock (sometimes con- 
tinuously for weekend Rockathons), 
dinner, classical, easy listening, folk, 
underground. News hot off the UPI 
wire for six major newscasts and five 
briefs daily, plus a Sunday roundup. 
An expanded on-the-air schedule 
from 7 a.m. till midnight or 2 a.m. 
gave time for new programs. Like 
Sunday's "Nightline," a talk show be- 
tween telephone callers and three an- 
nouncers. The first and only program 
of its kind in the Tidewater area. Top- 
ics discussed ranged from gradua- 
tion to sex and censorship in movies 
and TV. Studio records and tapes 
provided music for freshman dances 
during Orientation Week. Lucky 
dancers caught 45's thrown into the 
crowd. An unlucky collection from 
WCWM got trampled 69-0 by the 
Flat Hat football squad. Discontent 
grew around the well-equipped sta- 
tion as no money came for a new 
transmitter that would broadcast 
programs for a radius greater than 
five miles. But WCWM remained 
"Home of the Good Guys." 



Radio vs. newspaper. 



Char Sandquist does a "dinner date" show 




WCWM Announcers. FRONT ROW: Linda 
Redmond, Jeanne Morrison, Pam Roberts, 
Carol Gore, Jackie Stump, Tricia Downer, 
Diane Stanton, Marilyn Kron, Kay Greer, 
Kathy Schilling. SECOND ROW: Bill Housel. 



David Lewis, John Constance, Jim Simpson, 
John Heimerl, Steve Minton, Bill Parish, Al 
Azzarone, Tom Hege. THIRD ROW: Stan 
Wojno. Sally Nuernberg, Lilli Buck, Nancy 
Scrogham, Barbara Croyle, Elliott Cutler. 



WCWM promotes the Homecoming Parade. 



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Government 









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Dean J.w. Lambert gives a history of the Visitors' statement. 



Lynn Andrew speaks. 





ABOVE: Board of Student Affairs. FRONT 
ROW: Cecil McCulley. John Keiter, Dean 
Birdena Donaldson, Dean J. Wilfred Lam- 
bert. Missy Galloway, Lou Petralia, Lynn 
Andrew. SECOND ROW: Chris Sherman, 
J. Worth Banner, Dean Carson Barnes, War- 
ren Green, John Lavach, Andy Parker. 
THIRD ROW: Tim Marvin, John Quinn. 
Hugh Easier, A! Murray. LEFT: Student 
members look over BSA by-laws. 



A happening 

over the summer. Seventeen people, 
the Board of Visitors, composed a 
document called the Statement of 
Rights and Responsibilities. Without 
the aid or presence of student repre- 
sentatives. But in September, there 
it was, "emphasizing legalistic re- 
sponsibilities and obligations." Imme- 
diately, voices of students and facul- 
ty rose in protest. An SA-sponsored 
referendum: 84% of those voting dis- 
approved of the way the Statement 
was presented, the "pompous" tone; 
82% opposed the right of search 
granted the administration; 80% dis- 
liked the prohibition of open enter- 
taining in dorm rooms. An American 
Association of University Professors 
forum. Hearings on different sec- 
tions of the document organized by 
the Board of Student Affairs. The 
College of Arts and Sciences faculty 
passed a resolution asking the Board 
of Visitors to withdraw the State- 
ment. Suggestions for possible 
changes submitted by the BSA. Ta- 
bled. A resolution from the Visitors 
saying they received the communica- 
tion and were impressed. Wren 
Courtyard pickets protested inaction 
and demanded talks with the Visi- 
tors. Talks came. A joint revision 
committee made up of Board of Stu- 
dent Affairs and Board of Visitors 
members. Re-writers, working to- 
gether. 



by 



Fathered 

the Statement, the new Board of Stu- 
dent Affairs replaced the Activities 
Fee, Publications, and General Coop- 
erative committees. Student and fac- 
ulty BSA members directed their ef- 
forts toward the writing of Statement 
revisions. The BSA studied an SA re- 
port on available parking spaces. And 
supported car legalization for seniors 
with a one point average. WDA peti- 
tions eliminating women's curfews 
passed the Board. But much of the 
BSA's time was spent working to get 
itself on its feet, establishing sub- 
committees and organizational rules. 



235 



Investigations 

of pass-fail courses, computerized 
pre-registration, campus expansion. 
Undertaken by the Student Associa- 
tion. A twenty-page report gave proof 
that parking spaces existed on cam- 
pus. Enough for some juniors and 
seniors to have cars. Evaluation forms 
let students rate professors accord- 
ing to course organization, consulta- 
tion availability, question tolerance, 
and grading system. In late spring a 
fall-courses registration handbook 
based on this survey was published 
and sold. SA representatives worked 
on revisions to the Statement of Stu- 
dent Rights and Responsibilities. 
Time spent writing a new SA constitu- 
tion submitted for student approval. 
Week-long Campus Chest Fund drive 
to buy a bus for transporting needy 
children to campus activities. Elec- 
tion (by penny votes) of Miss Irresist- 
ible and Mr. Snowman. Dating Game. 
Heart Sale, May-Be-Wed Game, 
dance. Other SA-sponsored dances: 
Homecoming, Mid-Winters, Spring Fi- 
nals. Student Association Produc- 
tions (SAP) brought fifty cent movies 
for two showings each Sunday. Hud, 
W. C. Fields Film Festival, Von Ry- 
an's Express. More people involved in 
projects. Yet officers remarked that 
students expected the SA to hand 
things to them, but weren't willing to 
work for the SA. 

No regulations 

over the students could be made by 
the Day Student's Assembly. Strictly 
a body to provide service and informa- 
tion for the students not living in 
dormitories. The Assembly started 
with the Dean's Committee for Day 
Student Women under Dean Carolyn 
Moseley. When suggestions were 
handed to Dean J. Wilfred Lambert, 
he asked that men be included in a 
newly-organized Assembly. Officers 
elected in the spring during SA elec- 
tions. Several meetings open to all 
day students held each semester. 
Day student SA representatives 
worked closely with the Assembly 
officers. A lounge in Landrum base- 
ment for women day students. And 
a new/sletter to let day students in on 
what went on. 




Tim Marvin, Student Association president. 




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Executive Council. FRONT ROW: Ernie Cote, 
vice president; Tim Marvin, president; Liz 
Ramsey, secretary; John Keiter. SECOND 
ROW: Jerry Lazarus. Nancy Terrill. Tim 
Walton. Randy Pearson, Harry Dodson. 



Time Out 



Harwood and Hearn: Time Out talk. 



Interested observers. 



from Classes on Tuesday, November 
5. A new idea on the William and 
Mary campus, sponsored by the SA. 
Orientation and scheduling took place 
at 10 a.m. in the Sunken Gardens. 
Students gathered as Mrs. Elsa Diduk, 
Modern Languages, and Ernie Cote, 
SA vice president, described the con- 
cept of university education and the 
student's role. The rally then broke 
into five groups led by various pro- 
fessors and students. Considerations 
of pertinent issues: Sex and the Single 
Student, Being a Student, Vietnam 
and/or Us, The Williamsburg Scene, 
Are We Racists? The original rally 
re-formed for a rag session directed 
by Tim Marvin, SA president. An 
attempt to create an attitude recep- 
tive to change. 




student Association. FRONT ROW: Donnie Chancellor, 
Nancy Hulse, parliamentarian; Anne Bradstreet, Cam- 
pus Chest chairman. VASG secretary; Linda Lotz, Cam- 
pus Chest chairman, VASG co-ordinator; Lin Blocker; 
Mary Waterman, Mary Chris Schmitz, Cathy Coleman, 
Kathie Hudak. SECOND ROW: Jere Jones, Mary Lucie 
Mapp, Lorraine Burgio, Barbara Saari, Lyndal Andrews, 
Babs Bledsoe, Cynthia Goodrich, Ginny Moore. Dennis 
Denenberg, registration chairman; Cass Weiland, Steve 
Issacs. THIRD ROW: Joe Pov^^ell, Robert North, expan- 
sion and improvement chairman, WDA regulations co- 
chairman; Pat Campbell, Cathy Bozarth, Mary Wood- 



ward. Diane Westmoreland, Gail Gates. Mary Kay La- 
ment, Sharon Hayden, Helen Twiford. Connie Hennes, 
Lois Hensley. Don MacNemar. FOURTH ROW: Jim 
Newsom. Robert Foss. Butch Harowitz, Brian Festa, 
Bruce Lider, Lynn Mullin, Jo Anne Madden, Kay Rorer. 
Maggie Barba, Sue Cunningham, Michelle Trahan, Mary 
Bee Antholz, Berk Powell, analysis chairman; Bill Cole. 
FIFTH ROW: Bob Seybold, Jim Almand, Rich Frykberg. 
Jay Wild, Mason Moseley, business chairman; Bob Ram- 
sey, Mark Searr, Louis Campbell, John Hass. Bill Long, 
publicity chairman; Michael Arndt, Rod Klima, John 
Sims, academic affairs chairman, legislative research. 



237 




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Dance features Marvin Gaye. RIGHT: SA 
Productions every Sunday night. 





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Ernie Cote plans the SAP schedule. The Campus Chest drive approaches its $1200 goal. 




Bill Deal and the Rhondells: Friday night Midwinters. 



Relief for Maggie Miles but more work for secretary Liz Ramsey. 



239 




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Students search instead of paying more at the Bookstore. 



SA rep Lynn-Ann Mullin handles sales at check-out. 




Nancy Hulse reviews records of books that cross the desk at SA-sponsored Book Fair. 



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Presidents Aides. FRONT ROW: Lynn An- 
drew, Anne Bradstreet, President Davis Y. 
Paschall, Judy Banks. Nancy Verser. Missy 
Galloway. SECOND ROW: Chris Sherman, 
Al Murray. Donn Wonnell. Tim Marvin, Den- 
nis Denenberg. 



Not much 



more than an honor. At least that's 
how a lot of the President's Aides felt 
about their positions. Leaders of 
eight major organizations plus three 
members at large were included in 
the official party at convocations and 
at commencement. They escorted the 
Board of Visitors at a luncheon; were 
invited to several others. Supposed 
to serve in an advisory capacity to the 
President and to the administration 
on social matters. Members thought 
that they could have been of assis- 
tance in many areas, especially stud- 
ies of proposed graduation ceremony 
changes. It they had been called. 



Chris Sherman 



Bob Season 



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Men's Chairman At Murray 




Infractions 



Freshmen pledge to uphold the htonor System. 



of the Honor Code. Somber faces at 
a fair trial. Members of the Men's 
and Women's Honor Councils pre- 
siding. In closed session. Incoming 
freshmen were familiarized with the 
regulations of the Code, with the 
workings of the Court, at group dis- 
cussions and a mock trial performed 
by members of the Councils. To make 
their job necessary less often. Sign- 
ing of the Honor Pledge by fresh- 
men in the Wren Chapel on a Sunday 
afternoon. An impressive ceremony 
centering on black-robed figures. 
Seeking to remain responsible and 
viable, the Councils held joint meet- 
ings to study honor systems at other 
schools and to evaluate suggestions 
from students. A change: explanation 
of the Honor System put in the en- 
velope with the letter of acceptance 
to William and Mary. 




Council members prepare pev^s for pledge signatures. 




Mens Honor Council. FRONT RO\A/: Berk Powell 
ROW: Bob Brown. Ashby Cockrell, Bill Collins. 



Steve Wilson. Al Murray, chairman: Donn Wonnell. SECOND 



242 




Honor Councils wait for freshman groups in the chapel. 



Cheri Anderson and Donn Wonnell collect signed pledges. 




Women's Honor Council. Kay Greer, Lynda Lotz. Cheryl Anderson. Elaine Barnes, Susan Small, vice chairman, Lynn Andrew, chj 
Jan Ferguson, Kathy Kearney, secretary. 



243 



Petitions 



passed out by the Women's Dormito- 
ry Association showed majority sup- 
port for ending all dress regulations 
and social hours. Some felt changes 
weren't coming fast enough. Copies 
of the W and M Woman burned on Phi 
Bete field in February; girls refused to 
sign in; guys stayed past eleven in 
Jefferson and Landrum. In response, 
the WDA took petitions to the BSA. 
Some changes made earlier. Girls in 
slacks ran between dormitories and 
came in at midnight on Sundays. The 
newly-formed Judicial Council heard 
evidence in trials of certain dorm rule- 
breaking. Counselors got help from a 
WDA pre-orientation program and a 
handbook full of advice. 

WDA House Presidents and Dorm Counsel- 
ors. FRONT ROW: Sandy Adams. Phyllis 
Kline, Lynda Lotz. SECOND ROW: Judy 
Pulley, Janie Bretnall, Jackie Clark. THIRD 
ROW: Sandie Stemple, Linda Beerbower, 
Connie Scott. FOURTH ROW: Nancy Dar- 
nell. Kathy Dodd. Butchie Good. FIFTH 
ROW: Nancy Hulse. Betsy Ewing, Kathy 
Netzley. SIXTH ROW: Carolyn Dance, 
Cheryl Scott. SEVENTH ROW: Kathy Kear- 
ney. Carol Crute, Judy Rader. EIGHTH 
ROW: Charlene Kramer, Joanne Deacon, 
Susie Maclntyre. NINTH ROW: Lynda Mur- 
phy, Debbie Ostergard, Gerry Baltes. Ricky 
Garber. 




A couple relaxes in the OD date room. 



WDA Judicial Board. FRONT ROW: Ann 
Nelms. vice president: Missy Galloway, 
president; Butchie Good, secretary; Ginny 
Vogel, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Wynne 
Whitehurst, Nancy Darnell, Kathy Dodd, 
Kathy Plasmati, Barbara Johnson. 

Working 

washing machines. Please. Better 
bus service, ping pong tables, and 
new furniture in the dorms. Dean Joel 
C. McGurk and members of the 
Men's Dormitory Council made a 
tsA/enty page report on dorm improve- 
ments needed by September 1969. 
Dean McGurk commented, "Every- 
thing was on the table this year." 
MDC members included elected 
dorm representatives and dorm man- 
agers. Resident counselors served 
ex-officio. They planned parties 
(making sure someone was stationed 
at the door), and set up the indepen- 
dent intramural league. 




Men's Dormitory Council. FRONT ROW: 
Butch Harowitz. Dan Perry. Lambros Deli- 
gan, Skeets Lunsford. SECOND ROW: Mark 
Scarr, Andy Evans, Dan Burke, Doug Tway. 
THIRD ROW: Rodney Hutchins, Dennis Jef- 



ferds, Kevin Brosch, Marshall Gimpel, 
Thomas Dooley. FOURTH ROW: Joe Pow- 
ell. John Perecko, Calvin Remsburg, Bud 
Tamea, Steve Jackson. 



244 




Group leaders and sponsors work together for a successful orientation program. 



Group Ueaders. Lehn Abrams, Jim Almand, 
Alvin Anderson. Eric Assur, Bob Beason. 
Bob Bendall, Tim Bevins. Roger Blomquist. 
Skip Bogle, Hooker Boisseau. Al Brown. 
Bob Brown. Doug Brown. Bob Buriak. Jim 
Christianson, Ashby Cockrell. Dave Cole, 
Tom Cooney, John Cousins, Keith Dayton, 
Clark D'Elia. Jim Douthat. Bill Dunn. Tracy 
Emerick. Alan Forde. Steve Frisbee. Wayne 
Giberson. Uarry Goldsmith, Charley Gotten- 
keiny, Tim Groves, Bob Hancock. Mike 
Harding. Mark Hetterman. John Holdren. 
Tom Holm, Joe Hopkins. Reed Hunt, Tim 
Hunter. Tony Hurst. Steve Isaacs, Tom 
Jancaitis. Destry Jarvis, Rob Jolly, Pete 
Jones. Bob Kaplan, Fred Klein. Rod Klima. 
Steve Lancashire. George Lewis. Bill Long, 
Bill MacLean, Don McNemar. Tom Massey, 
Buzzy May, Joe Mayes. Don McGlothlin, 
Mike Mense. Mike Millard, Louis Monacell, 
Hal Moorehead. John Morgan. George 
Nance. Carl Nelson. Mike Nelson, Jim New- 
som. Jim O'Brien, Rick O'Neill. Greg Pence, 
Dan Perry. Eddie Peverell. Mike Poole, 
Barry Porter, Berk Powell. Ragan Pulley. Ed 
Ritchie. Sam Roakes. Jim Robinson, Bill 
Sales, Jim Saunders, Dave Shackleford, 
Larry Slipow, Dave Sloan, Ken Smith, Dave 
Spaulding, Gary Stage, Pat Stoner, Walt 
Stowe. Jim Taylor. Tony Theil. Dave Thomp- 
son. Len Tundermann. Ken Unzicker, Bob 
Walker. Tom Watkins. Cass Weiland. Bill 
Wells, Dave Whiman, Steve Wilson, Steve 
Wing, Stan Wojno. Donn Wonnell. head. 

With transfer 

and day students included in the en- 
tire week of Orientation for the first 
time, the group leader program 
needed one hundred and ten upper- 
classmen. All new men found them- 
selves grouped into fives and sixes 
under a leader, A guy that helped 
through those first bewildering days 
of school. Lots of useful stuff to tell. 
Like how long it took to walk to the 
Physics Building. Expect to lose your 
black umbrella. Not to depend too 
much on the Freshman Directory 
when asking a girl out. To definitely 
avoid a certain professor for English 
101. And when his fraternity was 
having a smoker. 




Endless 



Sponsors. FRONT ROW: Diana Leamer, 
Cindy Cooper. Suzanne Barnett. Sandra 
Barrick. Penny Cherry. Jan Graham, head 
sponsor; Mary Ann Plichta. Suzie Simonson. 
Kay Meyer. SECOND ROW: Pat Campbell. 
Carol Billman, Amy Jarmon, Cynthia Good- 
rich. Lorraine Burgio, Lyndal Andrews. 
Harriet Mays. Ann Thrasher. Kathy Betton. 
Karen Hathcock. Karen Hunsberger. THIRD 
ROW; Cathy Griffin. Patsy Anderson. Susan 
Benson, Connie Hennes, Frances Jones, 
Sarah Mays, Linda-Rae Gordon, Kathleen 
Hawks, Lynn Johnston. Donna OIney. Sandy 



Snapp. Janice Cassada, Kathy Coles, 
Jeanne Huber. FOURTH ROW; Sharon Sey- 
mour, Sheryl Althaus, Darien Colyer. Kathy 
Plasmati. Carol Ware, Kim Craig. Bev Sauer. 
Judy Newcomer. Ginny Vogel. Pat Albright. 
Sarah Chapman. Dee Nicholson. Lois Beck- 
with. FIFTH ROW: Phyllis Hewitt, Barbara 
Massie, Linn Acton, Vicky Peters, Alice 
Kirkup, Charlotte Hoggard, Nancy Trent, 
Sue Cunningham, Nancy Bierly, Ginnie 
Klemkowski, Dianne Broman, Andrea Tul- 
loch, Cathy Slusser 



questions about campus life, dances 
and dates, registration, classes, 
clubs, rush. Head sponsor Jan Gra- 
ham and ninety-nine upperclass 
women (mostly sophomores) gallant- 
ly tried to provide all the answers for 
the freshman and transfer women in 
their groups. Chosen by recommen- 
dations and grade-point -average, 
sponsors began their jobs by telling 
what clothes to bring to school, room 
assignments, and r o o m m a t es' 
names. September. The summer-let- 
ter friend waited for her girls in their 
rooms at DuPont, Ludwell, or Land- 
rum. Unpacked and rearranged the 
subsequent mess. Later she helped 
one of her girls through problems with 
grades or boys or both. December. 
Caught the bus to surprise her group 
with a Christmas present. Visited just 
to gossip. Anytime. 



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Certified 

Public Accountants met occasionally 
with members of the Accounting 
Club to talk about jobs in the field. No 
scheduled meetings in between for 
the thirty accounting majors. But 
' they all got together in May for a ban- 

quet with the state society of the 
American Institute of Certified Public 
Accountants. 

Accounting Club. FRONT ROW; Ronnie 
Neblett. Hartley Dewey. Mike Joyce. Austin 
Roberts. SECOND ROW: Dan Salisbury, 
Keith Witt, Coleman Sheehy. Stanley Ma- 
jors. Gregory Zakarian, Robert Salter, Buddy 
Philips. 



247 






Tom Miller. 



Questionnaires 

for project RECON. A personnel pre- 
screening service sponsored by Al- 
pha Phi Omega, national service fra- 
ternity. Forms completed by juniors, 
then computer-programmed and sup- 
plied to interested companies. Aimed 
at cooperation with youth move- 
ments, APO promoted scouting ide- 
als of leadership, friendship, and ser- 
vice. Working four times a year at the 
Peninsula Boy Scout Reservation in 
Lightfoot. Setting up the camp, 
cleaning, repairing, closing down. 
Ushers for football games and the 
Concert Series. The National Foun- 
dation of the March of Dimes 
awarded the Certificate of Merit to 
APO for their help in collecting funds. 




Project ideas: discussed and recorded. 




Poole and Lipsey. 




Alpha Phi Omega. FRONT ROW: Basil Furr, 
secretary-treasurer; Joseph Pollard, vice 
president; Bud Herndon, president; Mike 
Poole, historian; Paul Lankford. correspond- 
ing secretary. SECOND ROW: Clark D'Elia, 



Denard Spady, Tom Miller, Clement Sam- 
ford. THIRD ROW: Robert Pollard, Roger 
Lee. Bruce Long, Chris Lipsey. FOURTH 
ROW: Lytle Buckingham, Gary Fisher, Doug 
Barnett. Paul Custis. 




Pledges. 



Pledges. FRONT ROW: Don Christoferson, 
Bruce Shatswell, Marvin Boundy. SECOND 
Jim Newsom sorts completed RECON forms. rqW: David Bates, Jim Newsom, Gil Ander- 
son. 



248 




Jamestown digs 

directed by Dr. Norman Barka. Picnic 
lunches carried along by members of 
the brand new Anthropology Club. 
Constitution drawn up; monthly 
meetings scheduled; members re- 
cruited. Dr. Theodore Reinhart, club 
advisor, presented the first program 
in February. A film: "The Hohodan: 
Farmers of the Southwestern Des- 
ert." Plans made for a field trip to the 
Smithsonian and the Museum of Nat- 
ural History in Washington, D.C. 




Sandy Morris, presider 



f»ge s newest interest group. 



Dr. Theodore Reinhart, faculty advisor. 





Anthropology Club. FRONT ROW: Leigh man Spurling. Dave Whiman, Tom Jones, 

Guiler. Martha Hopkins, Paula Corson, Sandy Ron Anzalone, program co-chairman; Dr. 

Morris, president; Ginny Kerns. Melina Ro- Theodore Reinhart, advisor, 
han. SECOND ROW: Sandra Camden, Nor- 



A slide show at the February meeting. 



249 



Irregular 

meetings held before Audubon films 
or camping trips. Five such wildlife 
films were presented to all students: 
seventy-five cents admission. Money 
earned for the treasury of the Biology 
Club to put toward camping trips to 
the Blue Ridge Parkway in September 
and April. Cape Hatteras in Novem- 
ber. Members still had to pay five 
dollars for food before piling into the 
eighteen-passenger bus. Meals cook- 
ed over an open fire. Hiking up Hawks- 
bill at 10 p.m. on the lookout for 
raccoon. Morning hikes to find early 
spring wildflowers. Plus day trips to 
the Virginia Institute of Marine Sci- 
ence. And to Medical College of Vir- 
ginia. All properly chaperoned by Dr. 
Gustav Hall, Dr. G. R. Brooks, Dr. 
Martin Mathes. Dr. Stewart Ware. 

Checkerboards 

on tables. But the game wasn't 
checkers. Chess Club members met 
every Monday night. Kings, queens, 
and pawns moved within a five minute 
time limit. About eight to ten games 
a night. Players ranked on a ladder 
system by strength. Several matches 
scheduled with other clubs: a loss to 
Peninsula Chess Club, a close victory 
over Hampton High School, an annual 
tournament with Virginia Common- 
wealth University, the North Caro- 
lina Games Tournament. In between, 
an individual tournament for mem- 
bers only. 

Chess Club. John Lehigh, president: Peter 
McLennan. Danny Moncure. Kerry Buckey. 
vice president: Tony Christ. 



Biology Club. FRONT ROW: Phyllis Kline. Cheryl Russell, Tom 
Friedlander, vice president; Tom Wieboldt. president: Jane Spence, 
secretary. Glenn Marshall, treasurer; Linda Chafin. Linda Townsend. 
SECOND ROW: Cherrie Bradshaw. Thelda Kestenbaum, Christine 
Cheney. Cindy Wieboldt. Carolyn Dance, Bob Graham. Bill Price, 
Bob Kennedy, Jim Simpson. THIRD ROW: Ellen Jones. Susan Hen- 
Shaw. John Hempel. Robert North. Martin Oakes, Frank Fulgham. 
G. R. Brooks, advisor; Ken Unzicker, Joyce Stroop, Sheila Fuller. 




A Middle Aged game in a youthful society 



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Sailing: riggings, ropes, and rudders. 



The Wickersham glides over the calm waters of the York River. 




Commodore Chip Rhody heaves the docking ropes overboard. 



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members of the Sailing Association 
didn't need to know how to sail. Not 
at first. But written and practical 
tests had to be passed to get the 
Mate's, then Skipper's, rating. The 
thirty members sailed every week- 
end. On the James, the York, and the 
Chesapeake Bay. Sometimes over to 
the Eastern Shore. Practicing for 
races sponsored by the South Atlan- 
tic Intercollegiate Sailing Association. 
At the Davidson SAISA semifinals 
William and Mary tacked a close vic- 
tory over Old Dominion, but lost badly 
to Davidson. Other races: in March 
against OD, and to Charleston, South 
Carolina, for the Citadel Invitational. 




Sailing Association. FRONT ROW: Tom 
Hege. Carol Gore, corresponding secretary; 
Chip Rhody. commodore. SECOND ROW: 
Susan Vaughan, Penny Wilson, Sharon Sey- 
mour. Nancy Rose, Paul Weismann. THIRD 
ROW: John Tozzi, treasurer; Joe Pollard. 
Bartjara Hurd, Winn Bailey. FOURTH ROW: 
Randy Bell. Bob Thiele. Jean Barron. FIFTH 
ROW: Henry Rumbold, Terry Vought. Barry 
Haney. Wellford Marshall. Richard Black- 
well. 



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Circle K members guide the way through registration. 



Roller skating 

at the rink was one activity of the 
Recreational Opportunity Program. 
Sponsored by Circle K for underpri- 
vileged children of the intermediate 
grade level. Goals: co-operation with 
administrative officials and communi- 
ty action. Lots of campus activities. 
Like manning SA election ballot boxes 
and conducting tours for prospec- 
tive students. For the community: 
a Bloodmobile drive. Plus a foster 
child, twelve year old Amelia Flores 
from the Philippines. Circle K even 
undertook the project that no one 
else would do: helping at registration. 






Circle K. FRONT ROW: Jim Hiatt. treasurer; Jim Christiansen, president; Bill 
Collins, vice president: Dave Kintsfather. secretary. SECOND ROW: Ed Rob- 
erts. Myer Reed. Bill Long, Peter Zuger. Martin Oakes. THIRD ROW: Mike Elliott, 
Richard Gurney, Dan Perry. Ron Boyd, Jeff Shy. FOURTH ROW: James Green, 
Bob Newsome. Wayne Duke, John Small, Richard Wilkinson. FIFTH ROW: Jay 
Wild, Ken Unzicker, Brian Clark, Bill Parrish. 




Members thoughtfully plan projects. 



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Noontime conversations in German. tri-week)y in the Sit'n'Buil room. 




Lecturer Robert Corngan. 



Julian Bream in concert. 




Mardi Gras 

celebration for the German Club? It 
all took place (costumes, decora- 
tions, music) in the W and M one Fri- 
day night. Just like the Germans par- 
ty the month before Lent. Officers 
set up other monthly programs that 
included a panel discussion of life in 
Germany, films of Vienna, a Christ- 
mas party, a visit from the cultural 
attache in D.C. Attending faculty 
members spoke German, but most 
students stuck to English. A yearly 
project: brochures about exchange 
programs obtained from universities 
in German-speaking countries and 
filed in the department office. 

German Club. FRONT ROW; Char Sand- 
quist. secretary-treasurer; Michael Arndt. 
president; Paula Bar ran, vice president. 
SECOND ROW: Veronica Richel. Cynthia 
Peters, Leslie O'Neil, Elsa Dlduk. Walter 
Zimmerman, Alexander Kurtz. Alexander 
Kallos. advisors. THIRD ROW: John Griffin, 
Nancy Goodrich. John Ramler, Jeff Ludford, 
Joan Leidy. Ruth Chester-Jones. Mike Res- 
ler. Pete Billings, Don Christoferson. Hugh 
Hopkins. FOURTH ROW: Kay Greer, Judy 
Knott, Linda Clark. Janet Watkins. Pat Gra- 
cian. Amy Jarmon. Sandy Skeen. Betty 
Hamilton. Marie von Elten. Cathy Schu- 
maker. 

Eleven dollars 

bought a season ticket to the Concert 
Series. Set up by the Student Com- 
mittee on Arts and Lectures working 
with a similar faculty group. Students 
could join after expressing an interest 
and being voted into membership. 
The Committee brought varied musi- 
cal groups to the College: Julian 
Bream, the Camerata Singers, the 
Orchestre de Paris, James Oliver 
Buswell IV, and the Eastman Quarter. 
Free guest lecturers were also spon- 
sored by the Virginia Visiting Schol- 
ars. Poet Richard Wilbur in early No- 
vember. Yvonne Noble on John Gay's 
"The Beggar's Opera." Negotiations 
with New York agents began in Octo- 
ber, establishing next year's schedule 
by January. 

Committee on Arts and Lectures. FRONT 
ROW: Tom Miller, chairman; Joyce Meador. 
Sue Miller. Stephen Paledes. advisor. SEC- 
OND ROW: Everett Casey, William Price, 
Mike Nuckols. Bill Long, Dennis Denenberg, 
Tom Holm. 



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Old business: 

resolve dissension in the Lyon G. 
Tyler Historical Society. Open to any- 
one interested in history, the Society 
fell into discord over officer elections. 
Bob Works had been appointed presi- 
dent last year. He didn't favor a vote. 
Members did. Confusion. Debate. But 
on orders, the Queen's Guard marched 
into Room D in the Campus Center 
and restored order. Paying dues. 
■Voting. Bob Bendall's presidential vic- 
tory ended the upset. Then the So- 
ciety got down to new business. Lec- 
tures. A tour through the Library of 
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Lyon G. Tyler Historical Society. FRONT 
ROW: Bob Bendall, president; James Mc- 
Cord, advisor; Ray Martin, historian; Jim 
Hiatt, vice president; Krin Larson, secre- 
tary; David Lyon, treasurer. SECOND ROW; 
Jack McPherson, Mac Deekens, Louis 
Campbell, Dudley Nachman, Fred Mirmel- 
stein. THIRD ROW: Denis Lane, Bob Works, 
Jon Kilian, Manuel Colon, Larry Leightley. 



FOURTH ROW: Dave Rohr, Jeanne Forrer, 
Finley Young, Lilly Buck. FIFTH ROW: Cai 
Vaiden, Bob Boal, Wellford Marshall, Mike 
Poole. SIXTH ROW: Karen Clover, Basil 
Furr, Larry Boyle, Steve Watkins. SEVENTH 
ROW: Mark Mathiesen, Mark Forrest, Robert 
Pollard, Jeffrey Jensen, James Hicks, Helen 
Clayton, James Green. 




Works supporters. Nugent and Dombroski 



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International Circle. FRONT ROW: Kay 
Greer. Mayling Gey. Charlene Baldwin, De- 
lores Bushong, Mayvrase Tuntirutananont. 
SECOND ROW: Monica McGeeney. Jan 
Graham, Barbara Johnson, corresponding 
secretary; Mary Lee Alderson, J. Luke Mar- 
tel. Sr., advisor; Jackie Mitchell, Valerie 
Bradfield, Henry Rumbold. president. 
THIRD ROW: Den Frumen, Bill Hull, Thelda 
Kestenbaum, historian; Laura Keyes. David 
Ronick, Jerry Belew, Stan Wojno. Randy 
Bell. Edmond Emplaincourt. FOURTH 
ROW: John Dooley, Angus Warren, Jan 
Ernstmeyer. Jeanne Morrison, Carol Gore, 
Martha McGuire, Douglas Chard. Neal O'Bry- 
an. FIFTH RO\A/: Ron Phillips. Jean Barron, 
Marilyn Hill, Judy Krone, Greg LaBell. John 
Tozzi. vice president. 



Foreign students enjoy President Paschalls Southern hospitality at his annual reception. 




Henry Rumbold. Wilts. England. 

Delegates 

to the model United Nations from 
William and Mary were selected from 
members of the International Circle. 
An organization to help orient stu- 
dents from other countries. To un- 
derstand their backgrounds and per- 
spectives. To see firsthand the im- 
pressions made by the United States 
in general and Williamsburg in partic- 
ular. Speakers from abroad, including 
Visiting History Professor Jeremy C. 
Jackson from England who com- 
pared American education to educa- 
tion back home. International Circle 
gave foreign students a look at things 
they might otherwise have missed. 
At a reception given by President 
Paschall. On outings, on a James Riv- 
er cruise, and at parties. 



Faculty advisor J. Luke Martel. Sr. 



The Paschall's receive International Circle. 



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Slipped under 

dormitory doors by members of the 
Political Science Forum. Notices that 
reminded students to register to 
vote and to send off for absentee 
ballots. Reminders also came in a 
newsletter and announcements in 
the Flat Hat and over WCWM-FM. 
The forty government-interested 
members polled the students' presi- 
dential choice in Vote '68. 1476 
students placed their votes in ballot 
boxes in front of the Library and 
Sunken Garden. Results: Nixon, 768; 
Humphrey, 440; Wallace, 82. Mc- 
Carthy led in write-in votes with 72. 
Ambassador You Chan Yang from 
South Korea addressed the group. 
Newly established was a monthly 
coffee hour. 




Stan wojno and Donnie Chancellor leave a Political Science Forum lecture. 




Poi.ticdi Science Forum. FRONT ROW: Mike Poole, Wayne Smith. 
SECOND ROW: Ernie Cote, Clark D'Elia, Chuck Ford, Jo Ann Walthall. 
Stan Wojno. president; Donnie Chancellor, vice president; Bill Finley, 
Peter Malpass, Bob Seybold. Bob Buriak. 



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Little league 

basketball games organized for un- 
derprivileged children. Ages twelve 
to high school. No longer an honor- 
ary organization, the P.E. Majors' 
Club branched out into areas of com- 
munity service. Plan: use money 
earned from the Danish Gymnastics 
Team's exhibition last year to es- 
tablish a universal gym at Blow. Ex- 
clusively for college students need- 
ing corrective exercise. Added ac- 
tivities included supplying scorers 
and timers for swimming meets. 
Fifty-plus members actively opposed 
the administration's policy of clos- 
ing the gym to non-college students. 

Physicar Education Majors' Club. FRONT 
ROW: Jim Laycock. vice president; Jim 
Purtill, Jerry Nance, president. SECOND 
ROW: Bebe Brown, John Bennett, Geoff 
Beitner. THIRD ROW: George Davis, 
George Watson, Benny Vaughan. FOURTH 
ROW: Howard Smith, Edward Jones. Joe 
Agee, advisors. 




P.E. Majors are among those at the fall Athletic Banquet. 




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Cannon and Guard at Parents' Day. 



Queen's Guard. Louis Tonelson, Coleman Sheehy, Destry Jarvis, Dudley Nachman, Mac ' 
Deekens, John McPherson, Keith Hamack, commander; Mark Forrest. 




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All the queen's men make an impressive spectacle in full array with swords drawn. 



black hats and red coats. British 
marching techniques. The Queen's 
Guard, an elite drill team of ROTC 
volunteers. Originally formed as an 
honor guard for the 1957 visit of 
Queen Elizabeth II to William and 
Mary, the "Guard" established itself 
as a colorful, well-trained honor unit. 
Eyes were straight ahead (somehow) 
as princesses walked between lines 
of guards at attention during Home- 
coming half time. But members of the 
regiment got to escort the Southern 
Conference and Tobacco Festival 
princesses. And they marched down 
the streets of Winchester and Wash- 
ington in the Apple and Cherry Blos- 
sorn Festivals. 




The Queen's Guard Color Guard drills for visiting parents. Busbies identify the Guard. 



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RIGHT: A Company NCO'S. FRONT ROW: 
Fred Shreves, John Norman, Robert Salter, 
Richard Randa, Jere Jones. Kenny Moore. 
SECOND ROW: Lehn Abrams. Bill Gabeler, 
LeRoy Kelly. Nick Reynolds, Richard Krem- 
pasky, Larry Saunders. BELOW RIGHT: B 
Company NCO's. FRONT ROW: Gary New- 
man, Don Macnemar, Ron Lee, Dick Nangle, 
Paul Fleshood, Al Anderson, Ernie Cote. 
SECOND ROW: Howard Bruno. Dave Cole, 
Sam Bailey, Tom Bright, Charles Midkiff, 
James Pettit. BELOW: Attentive officers at 
a "staff call." 




ABOVE: A Company in formation during the 
annual Fall Awards Review. ABOVE RIGHT: 
C Company NCO'S. FRONT ROW; Dick 
Wade. Walter Jones. James Insley. Lad Sav- 
age. Jim Husband, Billy Cole. SECOND 
ROW: Tom Finton. John Carroll. Doug Frei- 
berger. Ward Ellis. Sandy Pagan, Bill Find- 
ler. RIGHT: D Company NCOS. FRONT 
ROW: Chris Condit. Steve Howard. Bart 
Garvey. Ken Unzicker, Jim Robison. SEC- 
OND ROW: John Burleigh. Jim Cavanaugh. 
Randy Cloyd. Tom Doughty. Louis Shuntich. 




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Regimentation 

on Wednesday afternoons. Two 
hours of drill. Endless polishing of 
shoes and visors to pass inspection. 
Classroom studies from tactics to 
American military history. All part of 
the Reserve Officers' Training Corps. 
Juniors and seniors who passed an 
evaluation got in the advanced pro- 
gram and earned fifty dollars a month. 
Second semester junior men trained 
for six weeks of summer camp. Sim- 
ulated combat. Blank cartridges but 
real mined pits (carefully marked). 
Setting up defense at night. Gradua- 
tion as a second lieutenant. 

ABOVE LEFT: Brigade Staff. Robert Bru- 
nelli, Al Wergley. Peter Schlief. Robert Pol- 
lard. Donn Wonnell, John Mowen. LEFT: 
First Battalion Staff. Scott Liddle, Joe Petro, 
Tracy Emerick, Boyd Rossing. 




ABOVE: Russell Smeds, aiming mortar, em- 
ploys weaponry techniques at summer camp. 
ABOVE LEFT: Second Battalion staff. Chip 
Smith. Ron Stewart, Giles Ryan. Al Murray. 
LEFT: Headquarters Company Staff. 
FRONT: Commander William McLean, SEC- 
OND ROW: Bruce Long, Dick Fullerton, 
Mike Engs, Robert Elliott, Jim Taylor. 



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RIGHT; Company B Officers. FRONT ROW: 
Bill Thornberg. Steve Watkins. Russ Fee. 
Charles Schwartzman, commander. SEC- 
OND ROW: Jim Vergara, Frank Sando, Bob 
BIy, Chip Rhody. BELOW: Company A Of- 
ficers: FRONT ROW: Donald Schafer, Mi- 
chael Moore, Lew Derrickson, William Dunn, 
commander. SECOND ROW: Henry Schutz, 
William Finley, Fred Burke, Chuck Elliott. 




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ABOVE: Company C Officers. FRONT 
ROW: George Watson. John Steger, Chris 
Sutton, Steve Gaskins, Dick Potter, com- 
mander. SECOND ROW: Chris Lipsey. Wil- 
liam Crewe, Steve Rowe. RIGHT: Company 
O Officers. FRONT ROW: Russell Maxfield. 
Blaine Brim, Rich Sills, Bruce Jones, Al 
Brown, commander. SECOND ROW: Mike 
Florence, Danny Fore, Jeff Fairbanks. 




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LEFT: HQ Company Officers. FRONT ROW: 
Wellford Marshall. David Rohr. John Bow- 
man. SECOND ROW: Tim Marvin. Bob 
Knaupp. Bob McLaughlin. THIRD ROW: 
Keith Walters. Finley Young. George Jones. 
FOURTH ROW: Mitch Wilborn. Bob Chil- 
ders. Bob Brown. FIFTH ROW: John Frece, 
Kevin Davenport. BELOW: Executing a ba- 
sic junior training maneuver. Donn Wonnell 
aims a M-16 rifle at a converging foe. 




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LEFT: Officers survey troop formation at 
Wednesday drill. ABOVE: HQ Company 
NCO's. FRONT ROW: Chuck Baril, George 
Collins. Lew Deaton. Richard Barrett. SEC- 
OND ROW: Duncan Reid. Tim Hunter. Don 
Adams. THIRD ROW: Randy Hawthorne. 
Glenn Marshall. Charles Salle. FOURTH 
ROW: Jim Green. Robert Harwood. Jim Mc- 
Duffie. FIFTH ROW: Mike Millard. Ray 
Stoner. Peter Dewitt. SIXTH ROW: Rod 
Klima, Bill Sales. Donald Harrison. SEVENTH 
ROW: James Hansen. 



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Sit 'n' Bui 



Room conversations were foreign to 
many wandering into the place on 
Mondays, Tuesdays, or Wednes- 
days. The Spanish Club split into dis- 
cussion groups and took over the 
room for an hour or so. Any topic, or 
nothing in particular, in e spa no I. 
Some days no one showed, but other 
days lots of students gathered. Con- 
versational ability ranged from Span- 
ish majors to first year students. A 
special event: Dr. Howard Stone 
brought his collection of Spanish and 
Latin American coins and stamps. 




Spanish Club. FRONT ROW: Woody Look- 
abill, president. SECOND ROW: Karen 
Clover, vice president; Susan M o f f i 1 1. 
THIRD ROW: Kathy Shirley, secretary- 
treasurer, Nell Wrather, Linda Albright. 
FOURTH ROW; Greg LaBell, Judy Krone, 
Bob Works, Howard Stone, advisor. 





ABOVE: A Spanish conversation group. 
RIGHT: Society for the Advancement of 
Management. FRONT ROW: Bob Day, vice 
president; Dan Perry, Warwick Deyerle, 
Betty Bass, Jean Perkinson, secretary; 
Bonnie Bradford, Phil Keator, treasurer; 
Tom Bagby, president. SECOND ROW: E. 
C. Baxley, advisor; Tom Lockard, Ken Un- 
zicker, Stan Bryde, Larry Slipow, R u s s 
Bailey, William Price, Steve Isaacs. THIRD 
ROW: Denard Spady, Bill Edieston, Bill 
Montgomery, Fred Hinton, Chip Smith, Jack 
Driscol, Scott Ayers, Danny Rizzo. 

Kegs bought 

with dues from the Society for the 
Advancement of Management. Com- 
posed mostly of business majors, 
SAM invited the business faculty to 
their annual keg party in May. Ed 
Burton, president of the Dunhill Cor- 
poration in Richmond, spoke to the 
group at a regular meeting. So did Mr. 
Louis Skiba, on "The Role of the Fed- 
eral Government in Business." Trips. 
To the Ford Assembly Plant in Nor- 
folk. Reynolds Metal in Richmond. A 
full day of excused classes for all 
business students to attend a confer- 
ence in the Campus Center, "Busi- 
ness in the 70's." Co-sponsored by 
SAM and the School of Business Ad- 
ministration. Sam did the leg work. 








Regular round-table discussions by business majors in the Sifn'Bull Room. 



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SEA election 



President Jan Ernstmeyer. 



Every other 

Wednesday night or so students with 
a common interest made time for Stu- 
dent Education Association meetings. 
Together to discuss the common 
problems of student teaching: two 
o'clock Monday morning, and you still 
had lesson plans to write for the en- 
tire week; then type; not to mention 
the fifty ungraded papers stacked on 
the desk. SEA members planned a 
banquet and worked with Kappa Del- 
ta Pi to push for participation in the 
Williamsburg Area Tutorial Service. 
All part of the Virginia Education As- 
sociation's theme of involvement. 




student Education Association. FRONT 
ROW; Karen Clover, Jan Ernstmeyer, presi- 
dent; Flora Stith, Glenna Cofer, Billie Anne 
Baker, Linda Sundin, Anne Jones. SECOND 
ROW; Kathy Diehl, Lorelei Bonck, Susan 
Burgess, Joanie Southall, Patti Glenn, De 



Garber, Anne Dudley, Brenda Seyglinski. 
Kaye Pitts. THIRD ROW; Lynn Harvell. 
Ginny Nittoli, Anne Moore, Cheryl Helms. 
Hope Skillman, Gerry Fannholt, Sherry Kar- 
dis, Sandy Webb, John Lavach. advisor. 



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Young Americans for Freedom. FRONT 
ROW: Jim Hiatt. parliamentarian; Jamie 
Cowles, Mark Cole, treasurer; Michael Walsh. 
SECOND ROW: Thomas Miller, Ben Mc- 
Kelway. vice president; George Lock, Robert 



Anderson; Todd Christensen. THIRD ROW; 
Wendy Williams, Finley Young, chairman; 
Lillie Buck, Emerald Erickson, Kathy Netzly, 
recording secretary. 



Bi-monthly 

meetings in Room C of the Campus 
Center. Conservatives. Known as 
Young Americans for Freedom. 
Thirty members who felt that the 
Statement of Rights and Responsi- 
bilities disagreed with the ideals 
Thomas Jefferson set for the College. 
So they drafted revisions and gave 
them to President Paschall. Disliking 
the idea of the SA affiliating with the 
national Student Association organi- 
zation, the group circulated a petition 
and voiced their complaint. Nixon's 
Williamsburg campaign received help. 
Taking people to the polls. Can- 
vassing. Manning headquarters. 
Commendation came from the na- 
tional YAF headquarters for mem- 
bers' work in getting petitions signed 
to determine this area's feelings on 
today's issues. 



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Legitimacy 

was an issue among Young Demo- 
crats. Two factions. Leaders of one, 
incumbent President Jim Vergaraand 
Vice President Dick Krempasky, were 
charged \A/ith "imposing themselves" 
on the YDs. With never having been 
legally elected and \A/ith failing to hold 
elections. The "Reform YDs" planned 
and moved for voting at a regular 
meeting in October. Election of Bill 
Moore as president. Both groups 
sought recognition from the Student 
Association and the Executive Com- 
mittee of the Virginia Young Demo- 
crats. Despite the internal friction suf- 
fered by the YDs over who should be 
president of their organization, there 
was little disagreement over who 
should be President of the United 
States. Campaigning for Hubert 
Humphrey. Manning local Democratic 
Headquarters. Preparing for the Vir- 
ginia gubernatorial primary. Func- 
tions that took precedence. 




YD's are among the sign-carriers awaiting Nixon s return to tape a campaign commercial. 




Diehard YDs fight to the finish. 



Young Democrats. FRONT ROW: Linda Al- 
bright. Kathleen Blake, Bill Moore, president; 
Robert Works, vice president; Nell Wrather. 
SECOND ROW: Philip Sparks, David Ro- 
nick. Bruce Cox, Greg LaBell, Judy Krone. 




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Door-to-door 

canvass to poll support for Nixon in 
Williamsburg. Telephone calls and let- 
ters from Republican Headquarters 
on DOG Street. Nixon's the One! Cam- 
paign '68 and Young Republicans at 
work. Nixon's non-appearance at the 
Wren Building disappointed the 
group. But hard work paid off in other 
ways as Nixon took 52% of the mock 
election vote as compared to 29% for 
Humphrey. Bob Irvin, Young Republi- 
can president, felt that this percent- 
age better represented their efforts to 
get Nixon supporters to the polls than 
Nixon's actual strength on campus. 
November 5 found the YRs cele- 
brating victory with Williamsburg 
GOP members. Activity didn't stop 
with election night. State Chairman 
Sam Carpenter spoke to the group. 
They traveled to the State Young Re- 
publican's Convention at Richmond in 
February. Work began to bring the 
Williamsburg voter lists up-to-date for 
the upcoming gubernatorial race. And 
Young Republicans beat the Young 
Democrats six to two in football. 




Young Republicans. FRONT ROW: Paul 
Berge. parliamentarian; Ben McKelway, 
Clark D'Elia, Ann Godwin, social chairman; 
Bob Irvin. president; Lane Ellis, treasurer, 
Beth Golladay, secretary; Mark Shriver. vice 
president; Joel Medvin. SECOND ROW: Jim 
Newsom, Stan Wojno, Mary Frances Lowe, 
Ken Neeley. Ken Keppel, Brenda Seyglmski. 
Anne Jones, Kathy Gale. Cole Stathes. 
THIRD ROW: Mark Cole, Lindsey North, 
John Hempel, John Morello. Linda Redmond, 
Dan Perry, Stanley Majors, Charly Harper, 
Dick Gorman, Leslie Hoffman. FOURTH 
ROW: Brenda Glarke, Ken Unzicker, Andrew 
Alford, Bill Hull, Ghris Gheney, Lynn Hecht, 
Chris Hunt, Bob Foss. Mike Walsh. FIFTH 
ROW: John Harbert, David Bates. Eddie 
Agricola, Bob Bendall, Louis Campbell. Tom 
Johnson, Dave Berna, Glen Conrad, Bob 
Henkel, Gil Gooke. 



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Board of Visitors. FRONT ROW: Davis Y. 
Paschall. president; Walter G. Mason, rec- 
tor. SECOND ROW: Ernest Goodrich, vice 
rector; R. Harvey Chappell. Jr., R. William 
Arthur. THIRD ROW: E. Ralph James, J. E. 
Zollinger, Frank w. Cox, secretary; Thomas 
B. Stanley. FOURTH ROW: John C. Swan- 
son. Mrs. Robert V. H. Duncan, Mrs. Vernon 
Geddy. Blake T. Newton, Jr. FIFTH ROW: 
William R. Savage, Jr., Russell B. Gill, Harry 
D. Wilkins, Willits H. Bowditch, Walter S. 
Robertson. 





Preoccupation 

with administrative reshuffling, bud- 
get, building contracts. And on top 
of it all, the Board of Visitors faced 
rising student and faculty discontent 
over their Statement of Student 
Rights and Responsibilities, formally 
issued during the summer. Verbal 
protest. Movement toward rewriting. 
More protest as demonstrators 
marched through snow in the Wren 
Courtyard. All the hubbub resulted 
in direct and more frequent meetings 
with student representatives. With 
both informal student groups and 
the Board of Student Affairs. The 
Visitors agreed that more direct com- 
munication betw^een the students and 
themselves was necessary. A Board 
of Student Affairs-Board of Visitors 
joint revision committee began work 
on a new statement. Dean Harold 
FoNA^Ier and all department heads got 
together with Board members to let 
them in on College happenings. The 
Board watched the presentation of 
the proposed state constitution in 
the Great Hall of the Wren Building 
and expanded its other ward, Chris- 
topher Newport College, to a four 
year curriculum. 



Visitors hear of Wren Building renovations from President Paschall. 



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Governor Godwin greets the President 



Exhaustion. 

And a trip to Williamsburg Communi- 
ty Hospital for President Davis Y. 
Paschall, who had more to do than 
anybody could handle. Campaigning 
across the state for Governor God- 
win's 81 million dollar Bond Issue for 
higher education and mental health. 
Working as the only non-lawyer on the 
Virginia Constitutional Revision Com- 
mission. A special expert on educa- 
tional affairs. Running the College. A 
full time job in itself. Even with the 
reorganization of the administration 
so only four people reported directly 
to the President. Lights were often on 
late in Dr. Paschall's Ewell Hall office. 
Enough to worry about with expand- 
ing enrollment, finances, facilities, 
and friction between students and 
administration over the Statement of 
Rights and Responsibilities. 





President Paschall congratulates the College's first vice President, W. Melville Jones. 



The President and Mrs. Paschall. 




Relaxing with a cup of tea in the President's House. 



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Dr. Davis Y. Paschall, President of the College. 



Occasion: the President's freshman reception. 




John H. Willis, Jr.. Assistant Vice John E. D o n a I d s o n. Assistant W. Melville Jones, Vice President. 

President. Vice President , 




Harriet E. Reid, Director of Ad- 
missions for Women. 



Rex Tillotson, Director of 
Admissions for Men. 



W. S. Sadler, Assistant Dean of Robert P. Hunt. Dean of 

Adrnissions. Admissions. 




Birdena E. Donaldson, Dean of Women. 



J. Wilfred Lambert, Dean of Students. 




Joel C. McGurk. Assistant Dean of Wallace A. Elliott. Assistant Dean of 

Men for Housing. Men, 



Carolyn L. Moseley, Assistant Dean of Women. 



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Dudley M. Jensen. Registrar. 




John E. Selby. Acting Dean of 
Graduate Studies. 




Robert T. English. Bursar. 



John C. Bright. Director of Student Aid and Placement. 




S. Dean Olson. Administrative Assistant to the President 




the President. 


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Administrators 




Warren J. Green, Director of the Campus Center. 



James S. Kelly, Director of Development. 





William C. Pollard, Librarian. 



Ross L. Weeks, Director of Public information. 




James H Renz, Associate Librarian. 



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Departments 




JOHN MILLINGTON HALL 

OF 

LIFE SCIENCES 

1968 

Named in honor of John Milliiigton.M.Il,a 
professor of natural science and medicine a) the 
Colkge of William and Mary Owm IM0til84(i 
A versatile and brilliant teacher. Mi ILr\3liin was 
an experienced scientist, law^r.and ciBitKcrwho 
brradcncd the Colk;^ curriculum in the lifescienx^ 
and who added cxtcoisiwly to the collection of 
^icntific instruments. » 




276 




The Honors Center on the first floor of Tahferro Hall: scene of colloquia, discussion, relaxation, and intellectual endeavor. 




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The academic 

atmosphere at William and Mary over 
the past year has obviously reflected 
a mounting emphasis on the need for 
change. What has happened has 
been that some directions for change 
have been set rather than that the 
changes themselves have occurred. 
I have been aware over the past year 
(and longer) of the fact that the Col- 
lege and particularly the students 
have begun to move toward some of 
the same objectives (general and 
specific) that the Honors Program 
has experimented with and has 
aimed to promote in the College by 
way of example. Take, for instance, 
the rising interest in the following 
items: (1) increased relevance of cur- 
riculum; (2) increased emphasis on 
interdisciplinary study; (3) some al- 
ternate method of grading; and (4) 
regular evaluation of courses. 

The recent appointment of a Com- 
mittee to study curriculum change 
(with both faculty and students rep- 
resented), promises a serious consid- 
eration of many of the basic objec- 
tions to the structure of the present 
undergraduate education. If new 
ideas are offered to this Committee, 
including those of the activist stu- 
dents, the academic atmosphere 
next year will more likely be marked 
by concrete beginnings rather than 
simply the portent of change. 

— R. Carlyle Beyer 

Director of the Honors Center 



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It's someone 

else's job to look the whole college 
over, and say if it's excellent or not, to 
say, that is, if it stands out from the 
run of suburban packaging plants; I 
only see persons who register in one 
department, there the other side of 
the desk, the many who dare you to 
teach them something — dare you, or 
beg you. Many faces, blurred. But 
then there's Miss A, who comes to 
realize that baby Latin isn't that hard, 
if you study a little — and tells you so; 
there's Miss R, who translates away 
as if she wrote Ovid herself. Or Mister 
G, who took history to find out what 
the Greeks did, and then figures he'd 
better take their literature and philos- 
ophy as well, to find out what they 
thought about it once they did it; or 
Mister C, noticing too many parallels 
between Jocasta's marriage and Di- 
do's liaison. . . . First a few of these 
students, then more, students who 
fall in love with knowledge, and per- 
haps even wisdom. Given mankind 
for what it is, and the Law of Inertia, 
this is something; collect fifty teach- 
ers who see this in their students, and 
you can hope; let your hopes find the 
right words, and you could even call it 
an outbreak of excellence. 

— Alexander P. MacGregor. Jr. 

Assistant Professor of Ancient Languages 





Department of Ancient Languages. 

ABOVE: J. Ward Jones, professor, depart 
ment head; Katherine M. MacGregor. as- 
sistant professor. RIGHT: Alexander P. 
MacGregor. Jr.. assistant professor. 





Department of Anthropology. FAR LEFT: 
Nathan Altshuler. professor, department 
head. LEFT: An anthropological dig. 
ABOVE: Carol E. Ballingall. assistant pro- 
fessor; Norman F. Barka. assistant profes- 
sor. 



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Department of Biology. FIRST ROW: John 
T. Baldwin, professor; Mitchell A. Byrd, pro- 
fessor, department head. SECOND ROW; 
Ian P. CaKard, associate professor; Ian Ches- 
ter-Jones, visiting professor. THIRD ROW: 
Bradner W. Coursen, associate professor; 
David A. Gapp, lecturer. FOURTH ROW; 
Bruce S. Grant, assistant professor; Gustav 



W. Hall, associate professor. FIFTH ROW: 
Martin C. Mathes, associate professor; Webb 
Van Winkle, assistant professor. SIXTH 
ROW; Carl W. Vermeulen, assistant profes- 
sor; Stewart A. Ware, assistant professor. 
ABOVE: Garnett R. Brooks, Jr., associate 
professor. 



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Department of Chemistry. FIRST ROW: 
Alfred R Armstrong, professor; Halka Bi- 
linski, research assistant professor. SEC- 
OND ROW: Harris Burns. Jr., assistant pro- 
fessor; Edward Katz, instructor. THIRD 
ROW: Richard l_. Kiefer, associate profes- 
sor; Melvin D. Schiavelli, assistant profes- 
sor. FOURTH ROW: Lavonne O. Tarleton, 
instructor; David W. Thompson, assistant 
professor. ABOVE RIGHT: Chancellor Pro- 
fessor of Chemistry, Dr. William G, Guy, re- 
ceives the 275th Anniversary Medallion 
from President Davis Y. Paschall at 1968 
graduation ceremonies. RIGHT: Sheppard 
Y. Tyree, Jr., professor, department head. 



Until very 

recently the fundamental purposes of 
the College were to offer a liberal edu- 
cation to a modest number of highly 
selected, resident, undergraduates. 
The purposes of the College have 
been expanded and revised and its 
energies spread to include a variety 
of other activities. In many aspects 
the College is taking on (rapidly) the 
functions of a University. Such pe- 
ripheral activities as the supervision 
of two junior colleges, the supervision 
of VARC and SREL, the growing com- 
mitment to night school, extension 
classes, adult education, etc., all un- 
der the title of Continuing Studies, 
can only result in the diversion of re- 
sources from the fundamental pur- 
poses of the College to off campus 
activities. The formation of the 
School of Business Administration 
and the School of Education are also 
bellwethers of academic change. 
These two areas offer palatable alter- 
nates to true liberal education to those 
large numbers of students for whom 
"the spirit is willing but the flesh is 
weak." 

The second academic change is 
one involving numbers. When (back 
in 1964) I decided to come here, I was 
told that the undergraduate enroll- 
ment might approach 3500 in the dim 
future. We have passed that now, I 
am told. The increased number of stu- 
dents has not been accompanied by 
an increase in on-campus residential 
facilities. Thus in another way the 
trend away from the status of mod- 
esty in size and residential student 
body continues. I stand opposed, to 
both of the two changes. 

— S. Y. Tyree, Jr. 

Head of the Department of Chemistry 



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I believe 



that the academic atmosphere here 
did not change very much this year. It 
maintained its good, if not spectacu- 
lar, pace and, in general, was worthy 
of the students and faculty. The real 
change, significant though perhaps 
not yet sweeping, was the growing in- 
volvement of our students in the prob- 
lems of ultimate significance — pover- 
ty, inequality, injustice — in our soci- 
ety. In its broadest sense this change 
represents a rejection of the intro- 
spective provincialism which has se- 
duced us all for so long. 

— Leonard G. Schifrin 

Head of the Department of Economics 



Department of Economics. FIRST ROW: 
Robert A. Barry, assistant professor; Taylor 
K. Cousins, assistant professor. SECOND 
ROW: Martin A. Garrett, associate professor; 
John R. Matthews. Jr., associate professor. 
THIRD ROW: Leonard G. Schifrin. associate 
professor, department head; David L. Siders, 
instructor. 




Department of English. TOP ROW: Jean C. 
Andrews, instructor; Donald L. Ball, assis- 
tant professor. BOTTOM ROW: John W. 
Conlee, assistant professor; Charles E. 
Davidson, professor. 




The most 



important change at William and Mary 
n 1968-69 took no specific form. It 
\A/as not the overwhelming student 
and faculty denunciation of the ill-con- 
sidered Statement of Rights and Re- 
sponsibilities; it was not the day set 
aside by students, but not by the ad- 
ministration, for an airing of issues lo- 
cal, national, and international; it was 
not the increasingly brave and effec- 
tive voice of the Flat Hat nor the clev- 
er and disputatious one of Alembic. 
It was none of these things, and it was 
all of them. Students spoke out, occa- 
sionally even faculty members spoke 
out, and the administration began to 
listen, at first with apprehension but 
in time with greater understanding, 
and to try to respond. To use a much- 
abused word, a dialogue was begun. 



-Scott Donaldson 
Assistant Professor of English 



Department of English. ABOVE: J. Scott 
Donaldson, assistant professor. FIRST 
ROW: Carl R. Dolmetsch, professor; Nathan- 
iel Y. Elliott, assistant professor; Frank B. 
Evans III. professor; Robert J. Fehrenbach, 
assistant professor; Kenneth O. Green, in- 
structor. SECOND ROW: David C. Jenkins, 
professor; Kenneth S. Knodt, instructor; Al- 



bert C. Labriola, assistant professor; Mi- 
chael J. Lieb, assistant professor; Robert 
Maccubbin, assistant professor. THIRD 
ROW: Martha B. MacDonald, instructor; Ken- 
neth M. Mason, Jr., instructor; Cecil M. Mc- 
Culley, professor; Fraser Neiman, professor, 
department head; LeRoy W. Smith, profes- 
sor. 



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Department of Fine Arts. TOP ROW: Hen- 
ry E. Coleman, assistant professor; James 
D. Kornwolf. assistant professor. BOTTOM 
ROW: Richard K. Newman, professor; Tho- 
mas E. Thome, professor, department 
head. 



Although 

the academic atmosphere at William 
and Mary may have changed slightly 
in the past year, I am not convinced 
that this change has effected the ma- 
jor portion of the student body. Cer- 
tainly an endeavor such as the Col- 
lege-Wide Reading Lecture Program 
has had some impact on stimulating 
thought and discussion. However, 
the final motivation must come from 
the individual student and it remains 
a truism that you will get out of any 
educational experience what you put 
into it. I think that William and Mary 
offers a varied program both in the 
classroom and in the way of visiting 
speakers, films, and discussion 
groups. There is ample opportunity 
for each member of the College Com- 
munity to broaden his horizons in al- 
most any direction he may choose. It 
is not unusual for the truly inquisitive 
student or faculty member to be 
faced with conflicts between tv\/o or 
more programs he would like to at- 
tend on a given evening. I am always 
gratified to see a large and eager at- 
tendance when a visiting speaker 
comes to our campus. However, all 
too often vacant seats remind me 
that many students do not avail them- 
selves of the opportunities for intel- 
lectual growth which are presented. 
This is a rare chance to cross dis- 
ciplinary boundaries and explore new 
facets of knowledge. As more 
students throw off the shackles 
of pursuing but a narrow field of in- 
terest and participate more fully in 
the varied offerings at William and 
Mary, they will begin to gain a deeper 
insight of and appreciation for their 
liberal arts education. 

— Bruce K. Goodwin 

Associate Professor of Geology 




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Department of Geology. LEFT Bruce K. 
Goodwin, associate professor. ABOVE: 
Stephen C. Clement, assistant professor; 
Gerald H. Johnson, assistant professor. 



Department of Government. TOP: Richard 
C. Curry, assistant professor. ABOVE: Don- 
ald J. Baxter, assistant professor; Alan j. 
Ward, assistant professor. 



Incremental 

change has qualities not unlike Sand- 
burg's Fog \A/hich enters "on little cat 
feet" softly and slowly. For the poet 
v\/atching from his garrett window it is 
a thing of beauty to be sure, but since 
everyone is a traveler of sorts the fog 
can be most discomforting. More- 
over, it is the fashion of these days to 
either curse the inadequacies of the 
sun, or to yearn for a more pov^erful 
source of energy which will ostensibly 
dispel the mist and restore our depth 
of vision. I am too meager as a scien- 
tist, philosopher or poet to carry the 
allegory much further but I find it use- 
ful in symbolizing our collective con- 
dition as members of the community 
of William and Mary. We are all trav- 
elers hindered by the fog and lack con- 
sensus regarding our journey both as 
to its velocity and direction. 

Whereas some would insist that 
we are not moving at alt and others 
would proclaim great mileage I would 
be more modest in my discernment of 
motion but nevertheless confident 
that it exists. Perhaps the most vital 
change is the marked increase of the 
involvement of this academic com- 
munity with respect to both internal 
and external issues. More important 
than the mere public manifestations 
(which I do not wish to degrade) are 
the quiet efforts of personal commit- 
ment to others (the giving of self) in 
the form of time, talent, and personal 
wealth . Through these efforts the Col- 
lege is beginning to serve beyond the 
wall. Secondly a sense of responsibil- 
ity is emerging in many quarters. For 
example students and teachers are 
beginning to re-evaluate the role each 
one is to play in an educational pro- 
cess that seeks mutual enrichment. 
Finally, there is an increasing aware- 
ness that the potential for realizing 
the goals of this institution rest large- 
ly within. The capabilities are already 
here to take great strides if not to 
complete the journey. Returning to 
the allegory: We as travelers can 
stand and curse the sun or wait for 
another to dispel the fog. Or, we can, 
trusting in our own capabilities, ven- 
ture forth on the assumption that we 
possess enough energy sources to 
dispel it ourselves. I take heart in the 
fact that there appear to be many 
who are willing to test the validity of 
the latter proposition. 

— Richard C. Curry 

Assistant Professor of Government 



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Change is 

relative and change is expected, so 
how has the College changed, in the 
view of someone in his second year 
here? First off, I haven't seen the sort 
of change in the last year that would 
shock or please either right or left. 
The standards I found when I arrived 
seem to me the same. Students seem 
to me to fit them about the same. 
That is not to say that we are a back- 
water, quietly roiling in a large, lazy, 
scummy spiral. Not so; as part of a 
bigger stream we're moving along all 
right. We're just not at the front end. 
Reflecting on what has been hap- 
pening this year in and outside the Col- 
lege, we have tried a Free University 
and a Time Out. One aborted and the 
other achieved something. This 
would seem to be a somewhat better 
average than found in the country at 
large. We have had a firm union of stu- 
dents and faculty to reform the code 
of student conduct. This achieve- 
ment is considerably in advance of 
what has been happening in the news- 
worthy colleges and is entirely to our 
credit. Add to this long hair and I think 
that sums up specific changes. 

Aside from specific happenings, 
there comes the question of tenden- 
cies, promised long-term changes. 
Are there promises and are they 
enough? Yes and no, of course. Our 
constituency seems little changed, 
for instance. We seem to have the 
same group of matriculants for which 
the College is known — men and wom- 
en of good academic quality, the 
women better, and from the class of 
society that mainly produces this 
quality. A few negroes, and a handful 
of semi-literates largely from you- 
know-where. I'm not sure we are 
wrong not to change. Right and 
wrong in university morality depends 
on whether or not the educational mis- 
sion is being fulfilled and we all realize 
that the educational mission involves 
a social duty. Are we doing all right 
here? Maybe so. As part of a state 
system we do one sort of job here, 
other parts do other sorts. I'm not 
sure we can be faulted here. 

It's not change, then, but rumors 
of change that promise or threaten. 
This last year students — some of 
them — stirred and looked at what 
they were supposed to be and what 
they were and asked for the right to 
help shape themselves. Ample evi- 
dence showed that the administra- 
tion became aware and very respect- 
ful of students and their new position. 
The Visitors have stooped from Olym- 
pus — but beware, mortals, the notice 
of the gods. And us, the faculty, wise, 
temperate, patient, and kind? We've 
changed too. There are lots of intrep- 
id, daring, and experimental members 
of our faculty, both young ones and 
older ones. 

I don't see much change, then, 
but I see great promise. 




Department of History. TOP ROW: Dale E. Benson, visiting assistant professor; R. Car- 
lyle Beyer, professor; Edward P. Crapol, assistant professor; Harold L. Fowler, profes- 
sor. BOTTOM ROW: Alvin Z. Freeman, associate professor; Jeremy C. Jackson, visiting 
assistant professor; Richard B. Sherman, associate professor; Gerald D. Turbow. assis- 
tant professor. 




-Alvin Z. Freeman 
Associate Professor of History 



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During my seven 

years at the College of William and 
Mary, many changes have taken 
place. The physical facilities have 
been greatly enlarged, the faculty has 
increased in number, and the student 
body is much larger. These changes 
have brought about much concern 
about where the college is headed, 
and exactly what kind of school Wil- 
liam and Mary is to be. 

I believe more genuine concern 
for the future of the college has been 
demonstrated at all levels this year 
than in any of my previous years here. 
The attitude of students seems to 
have changed from that of critical 
with no suggestion for improvement, 
or apathy, to a healthy critical atti- 
tude with definite suggestions for im- 
provements both of academic and 
non-academic nature. Departments 
such as ours are faced with the grow- 
ing demands for increased graduate 
offerings, but our concern is that the 
expansion of the graduate program 
shall be accomplished so as to im- 
prove the quality of the undergradu- 
ate program, and not at the expense 
of this program. Changes in curricu- 
lum are consistently being made to 
keep abreast with the leading col- 
leges in the nation. New administra- 
tive posts have been established to 
take care of existing needs and en- 
able the college to function more ef- 
ficiently and effectively. In all of these 
areas, the chief concern in the 
changes has been to improve and 
maintain an environment which iscon- 
ducive to learning and free discussion, 
which are necessary for the advance- 
ment of scholarship. 

As a college such as William and 
Mary continues to grow and expand 
in all areas, it is difficult to maintain 
high academic standards; however, 
with careful planning, constant re- 
evaluation and cooperative efforts 
from all levels, which have been prac- 
ticed this year, it can be done. 

— Hugh B. Easier 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics 

Department of Mathematics. FIRST ROW: 
John J. Avioli, instructor; Wayne E. Carter, 
instructor. SECOND ROW: Benjamin R. 
Cato, associate professor; Luther Thomas 
Conner, Jr., assistant professor. THIRD 
ROW: Hugh B. Easier, assistant professor; 
H a r r ( e t Hancock Farrier, instructor. 
FOURTH ROW: Peter V. O'Neil. assistant 
professor; Richard H. Prosi, assistant pro- 
fessor. FIFTH ROW: Thomas L. Reynolds, 
professor, department head; Lionel Rintel, 
associate professor. SIXTH ROW: George T. 
Rublein, associate professor; Raymond W. 
Southworth. professor. SEVENTH ROW: 
David P. Stanford, assistant professor; Wil- 
liam C. Turner, assistant professor. 




Department of Home Economics. Thelma 

Miller, assistant professor: Alma L. Wilkin, 
associate professor, department head. 



287 



Department of Modern Languages. FIRST 
ROW; Elisabeth E. Backhaus, assistant pro- 
fessor; J. Worth Banner, professor, depart- 
ment head; Joanne M. Basso, instructor. 
SECOND ROW: Martha Sue Bien, instructor; 
Liliane K. Dan, instructor; Elsa S. Diduk, as- 
sistant .professor. THIRD ROW: Carol A. 
Doliber. instructor; Elizabeth L. Hodges, in- 
structor; Alexander Kallos, professor. 
FOURTH ROW: E. Morgan Kelley, Jr., assis- 
tant professor; Edward H. Killen, Jr., assis- 
tant professor; Alexander I. Kurtz, associate 
professor. FIFTH ROW: James D. Lavin, as- 
sistant professor; J. Luke Martel, associate 
professor; Ben C. McCary, professor. SIXTH 
ROW: John A. Moore, professor; Leslie Dole 
O'Neil, instructor; Maria A. Robredo Palmaz. 
instructor. SEVENTH ROW; Gordon B. Ring- 
gold, professor; Charles M. Wukasch, in- 
structor; Walter S. Zimmerman, associate 
professor. 




Department of Military Science. TOP: Col. 
Lewis G. Wetherell, professor, department 
head. ABOVE; Capt. John B. Crittenden, as- 
sistant professor; Lt. Col. Glen L. Shivel, Jr., 
assistant professor; Major Thomas A. Swar- 
dell, assistant professor. 



A trend 



towarcd increasing personal interest 
developed among members of the 
Military Science program during the 
school year, particularly in areas relat- 
ing to informed and responsible lead- 
ership. This atmosphere of expand- 
ing interest, reflecting a mature con- 
sideration of the future, can in large 
measure be attributed to highly moti- 
vated cadet leadership within the 
Corps and the manifest competitive 
instincts of those attracted to the 
challenge of military leadership. 

— Col. Lewis G. Wetherell 
Head of the Department 
of Military Science 




288 




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The academic 

year 1968-69 began with a good au- 
gury: the College-wide program of 
Readings and Lectures proved to be 
successful; I particularly enjoyed the 
discussion of Catch 22 with the in- 
coming Freshmen and the viewing of 
three Bergman movies with the sub- 
sequent comments by Faculty mem- 
bers and students. At the very end of 
the first semester I felt that the the- 
atre did a great service by bringing us 
"A Midsummer Nights Dream" per- 
formed by the Oxford and Cambridge 
Shakespearean Company. Sand- 
wiched in between these two events 
were a number of scholarly and enter- 
taining offerings; all a student or Fac- 
ulty member had to do, was to look 
for them. 

Academically, I find this genera- 
tion of students quite bright and ener- 
getic; what is needed is primarily self- 
discipline in every facet of the cam- 
pus. My own department was very 
well represented at the annual region- 
al and national Language meetings; 
the number of Honor Students is ris- 
ing and our majors are doing well at 
Graduate Schools throughout the 
country. I find the prospect for the 
coming semester quite promising. 

— Alexander Kallos 

Professor of Modern Languages 

Department of Music. TOP ROW: Betty L. 
Catron, lecturer; Stephen P. Paledes, asso- 
ciate professor. BOTTOM ROW: Frederick 
D. Truesdell, professor, department head; 
Charles R. Varner, professor. LEFT: Carl A. 
Fehr, professor. 



289 



The generation 

gap has resulted, at least in part, 
from the fact that students are attain- 
ing an earlier intellectual and moral 
maturity. The necessity for self-ex- 
amination and serious questioning of 
basic values was forced upon an en- 
tire student generation by the contro- 
versy over the Vietnam War. This tra- 
gic conflict focused so sharply so 
many of the absolutely fundamental 
issues of human life and its purposes 
that many students found their whole 
outlook remoulded by the searching 
and assessment it required of them. 
An inevitable result of this process 
was a developed sense of indepen- 
dence and a conviction that this 
younger generation had thought 
things through and deserved a share 
in the decision procedures. 

This new student — convinced of 
the worth of his own ideas — reflects 
to a large degree the goals of liberal 
education which are to make persons 
capable of considered and indepen- 
dent thought and action. This stu- 
dent attitude will deeply and bene- 
ficially influence all institutions of 
higher learning. It is for his sake, after 
all, that such institutions exist, and 
he now wants to be part of deter- 
mining what "his sake" is. He will be 
a fully participating member of the 
College rather than a ward of the 
academic establishment. He will be 
given autonomy to match his greater 
sense of responsibility. 

What's happening at William and 
Mary? This student is arriving in the 
Colonial Capitol. Because his coming 
was delayed — due to circumstances 
beyond his control, all of us at William 
and Mary have a while yet to make 
ready for him. 

— Thomas K. Hearn, Jr. 

Associate Professor of Philosophy 

Department of Philosophy. TOP ROW: Wil- 
liam S. Cobb. Jr., assistant professor; Lewis 
A. Foster, associate professor; Thomas K. 
Hearn. Jr., associate professor. BOTTOM 
ROW: David H. Jones, associate professor; 
Frank A. MacDonald, professor, department 
head; Henry Earl McLane, associate profes- 
sor. 




290 




Department of Physical Education for Men. 

FIRST ROW: Joseph S. Agee, assistant pro- 
fessor; Richard W. Besnier, instructor. SEC- 
OND ROW: James w. Carpenter, instruc- 
tor; Dennis Chris Engel. instructor. THIRD 
ROW: Edward E. Jones, assistant profes- 
sor; Christopher E. Patterson, instructor. 
FOURTH ROW: Benjamin B. Pomeroy. lec- 
turer; John H. Randolph, lecturer. FIFTH 
ROW: Carl J. Slone. instructor; Howard M. 
Smith, professor, department head. 



The significant 

changes at William and Mary this 
past year seem to be a reflection of 
the times. William and Mary seems to 
be in the middle of the road; the 
changes which have occurred long 
ago in some universities are yet to 
happen in nnany others. For the first 
time both Negro men and women 
roomed at the College. There have 
been a few Negroes in the past but 
not in their present numbers on the 
main campus. Four of the men v^ere 
on athletic teams. A second signifi- 
cant change appeared to be a strong- 
er demand by the students for what 
they believe are their rights. Each 
new class of students appears to be 
more serious and concerned with all 
aspects of life than the previous class. 
They had better be intent as it seems 
the professors pour on more work 
and the standards rise each year. 
There is, I believe, a slight difference 
emerging of philosophy and sense of 
direction for the school between the 
students, faculty, administration, 
and Board of Visitors. 

— James W. Carpenter 

Instructor of Physical Education for Men 




Department of Physical Education for 
Women. Faye Alewynse, instructor; Carol 
A. Wallace, assistant professor. 



291 



Department of Physics. BELOW: Ying 
Yeung Yam. assistant professor, RIGHT 
Roy L. Champion, assistant professor 
George W. Crawford, associate professor 
Frederick R. Crownfield, Jr., professor; Lynn 
D. Doverspike, assistant professor; John H. 
Long, associate professor; Robert E. Smith. 
associate professor; Jon F. Soest, assistant 
professor. 



^1 



Being rather 

new here, I am afraid that I don't 
know well enough what went on be- 
fore to answer quantitatively your 
question about what has changed. 
Change or no change, one thing is 
noticeable: the college is expanding. 
Not just new and better facilities. But 
more significant, it seems to me, is a 
growing program of graduate studies 
that brings on campus more re- 
search-minded professors and grad- 
uate students. We are still a predom- 
inantly undergraduate college. But in 
time, as the college becomes a small 
university, the graduate program and 
all that it brings will make its presence 
felt. Not only in the undergraduate 
curriculum but in the atmosphere on 
campus as well as in the image of the 
college itself. 

— Ying-Yeung Yam 

Assistant Professor of Physics 




Assistant Professor Hans C. von Baeyer lectures to Sigma Pi Sigma meeting in the Small Physical Laboratory 




292 




Department of Psychology. BELOW: Russell 
p. Norman, associate professor. LEFT: El- 
len Rosen Bauer, assistant professor; Peter 
L. Derks. associate professor; Herbert Fried- 
man, associate professor; E. Rae Harcum, 
professor; Dorothy I. Riddle, assistant pro- 
fessor; Kelly G. Shaver, assistant professor; 
Stanley B. Williams, professor, department 
head. 










It is still 



true that the predominant values a- 
mong William and Mary students, like 
those on other American college cam- 
puses, are not academic. Still, I'm 
encouraged that some of our stu- 
dents are beginning to ask challeng- 
ing questions and to take an active 
interest in their education by pointing 
out some of its most obvious short- 
comings. It is also encouraging that 
those students who seem to care 
have approached the problem active- 
ly and constructively. The college has 
much to offer, but there is clearly 
room for improvement in the quality 
of its offerings. There is also much 
that students can do, and hopefully, 
more will feel the need to do it. Per- 
haps the change has been small but 
a change none the less, and, I think, 
one that is in the best interests of 
everyone. 

— Russell P. Norman 

Associate Professor of Psychology 



293 



With the 



inauguration of a Department of Reli- 
gion at William and Mary this year, 
the question which is most often 
asked me is "What are the objectives 
of the teaching of religion in a state- 
supported college?" My answer is sim- 
ply that the objectives are the same 
as those of any other humanistic dis- 
cipline which is concerned with the 
study of human ideals and values as 
expressed in certain beliefs, prac- 
tices, and institutions. More specific- 
ally, I would mention at least three 
purposes of the study of religion as a 
liberal art. The first and foremost ob- 
jective is to provide students with an 
opportunity for acquaintance with 
some of the culturally-significant re- 
ligious traditions of the world through 
a study of their history, using the 
scholarly tools of literary and histori- 
cal criticism. Since religious beliefs 
and practices make up a very signifi- 
cant part of human culture, it would 
seem evident that an educated per- 
son should have some knowledge of 
this vast area of human experience. 

In addition to being critically in- 
formative, the study of religion should 
include the cultivation of appreciation 
or understanding as an important pur- 
pose of instruction. Understanding in- 
volves the ability to "get inside" an- 
other point of view emphathetically — 
to acquire a sense or "feel" for tradi- 
tions other than one's own. In our 
pluralistic society and world, such an 
understanding can assist in dispelling 
uninformed prejudice and in deepen- 
ing one's sympathies far beyond the 
point of mere tolerance. This is a vital 
objective of a liberal art. 

It is hoped that an informed un- 
derstanding of various religious tradi- 
tions would naturally fulfill a third goal: 
assisting the student in developing 
his own philosophy of life. Just as 
engagement in the study of history, 
literature, and art enriches a person's 
experience and broadens his horizons, 
so should the study of religion help a 
student to reconceive his own heri- 
tage and formulate his own values. 

— James C. Livingston 

Head of the Department of Religion 



Department of Religion. David L. Holmes, 
assistant professor; James C. Livingston, 
associate professor, department head. 



Department of Sociology. FIRST ROW: 
Vernon H. Edmonds, associate professor; 
Satoshi Ito. assistant professor. SECOND 
ROW: R. Wayne Kernodle. professor, de- 
partment head; Victor A. Liguori, assistant 
professor. THIRD ROW: Elaine M. Themo. 
assistant professor: Marion Gilbert Van 
fossen, associate professor. 






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Department of Theatre and Speech. LEFT: 
Howard M Scammon. professor, depart- 
ment head. TOP ROW: Albert E. Haak. 
associate professor; Donald L. McConkey. 
associate professor. BOTTOM ROW: Lawr- 
ence A. Miller, assistant professor; James 
W. Sawyer, assistant professor. 



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Department of Secretarial Science. Edril 
Lott, associate professor, department head. 




The changing 

atmosphere on the William and Mary 
campus reflects the changes appear- 
ing on many campuses throughout 
much of the world today. The com- 
munications media have extended 
the scope of awareness, and intensi- 
fied the impact, of world events in 
our everyday lives. Academia no long- 
er can be properly characterized as 
an ivy-covered refuge from disturb- 
ing events occurring in other areas to 
other peoples. Today we are forced 
to live in the world and experience it 
in the raw. Hopefully, the resulting 
increased awareness will not dissi- 
pate itself on condemnation and de- 
struction of institutions because they 
exhibit malfunctionings and inadequa- 
cies. Rather, it should stimulate the 
motivation to understand how those 
same institutions can function to cor- 
rect the inadequacies in the system 
and to meet new needs. Hopefully, 
increased awareness of the world at 
large will be translated into increased 
awareness of the needs and con- 
cerns in our immediate environment, 
and will stimulate the resolve to do 
something about them. True commit- 
ment calls for the continuous sacri- 
fice of a part of one's time, energies, 
and material comforts which often 
means inconveniences and difficul- 
ties. Such a sacrifice without expect- 
ing recognition, glory, or even thanks 
is where corrective action begins. 
This type of involvement is beginning 
to appear on the William and Mary 
campus as individuals and groups 
volunteer their time and efforts to 
local projects such as the Tutorial 
Reading Program and the Williams- 
burg Area Day Care Center. It may 
appear to be a small start, but it gen- 
erates a very real and contagious ex- 
citement. 

— Elaine M. Themo 

Assistant Professor of Sociology 



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Business 



administration does not attract the 
rebellious type of student bent on 
destruction of established institu- 
tions. Our students are preparing for 
service of a professional nature in an 
environment whose financial contri- 
butions to education have made pos- 
sible much of the progress achieved 
by collegiate institutions. Students in 
accounting and management exhibit 
an increasing awareness of the oppor- 
tunities for service to mankind in busi- 
ness careers. As a result the academ- 
ic atmosphere has undergone a signif- 
icant improvement in the current year; 
business students are much more 
conscious of their responsibilities. 

— John S. Quinn 

Professor of Business Administration 

Computer 

technology played an increasingly im- 
portant role in the School of Business 
Administration. Students in both Ac- 
counting and Management gained 
new opportunities in working with the 
IBM 360 by enrolling in such courses 
as "Accounting Systems and Data 
Processing," one of four undergradu- 
ate studies stressing computer work. 
The School of Business Administra- 
tion, established in 1968, offered 
graduate programs to fit the full-time 
student and the peninsula business- 
man. The faculty shared Bryan Hall 
with undergraduate men, but planned 
for the move to the newly completed 
mathematics building. 

School of Business Administration. FIRST 
ROW: Edwin C. Baxley. assistant professor; 
George D. Cole, assistant professor; Wagih 
Dafashy, assistant professor. SECOND 
ROW: Robert F. Hartman, associate profes- 
sor; Gilbert C. Jones, assistant professor; 
Algin B. King, professor. THIRD ROW: 
Charles F. Marsh, lecturer; William G. Mc- 
Nairy, instructor; John S. Quinn. professor. 
FOURTH ROW: Charles L. Quittmeyer. pro- 
fessor, dean of the school; William T. Reece, 
professor; Donald L. Ricketts, lecturer. 
FIFTH ROW: Anthony L. Sancetta. profes- 
sor; Marvin M. Stanley, assistant professor; 
Leiand E. Traywick, professor. 



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RIGHT: Student teacher Christine Shields 
reacts to and gets reaction from at least one 
of her third graders. BELOW: School of Ed- 
ucation. FIRST ROW: Richard B. Brooks, 
professor, dean of the school; William Bul- 
lock, Jr., associate professor; Royce W. 
Chesser, associate professor; James Dewitt 
Cowles, assistant professor; Armand J. 
Galfo, professor; Donald J. Herrmann, pro- 
fessor. SECOND ROW: Robert C. Jones, as- 
sociate professor; John F. Lavach, assis- 
tant professor; Dawn Lazanas, assistant 
professor; Carl W. McCartha, professor; 
Esther B. Mills, associate professor; Judith 
Morrell, lecturer. THIRD ROW: Robert O. 
Nelson, professor; Curtis H. O'Shell, acting 
associate professor; Roger R. Ries, assis- 
tant professor; Grace M. Smith, associate 
professor; John W. Sykes. assistant profes- 
sor; Paul Unger, professor. 



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SCHOOL OF EDUCATION 




A new program 

in the School of Education. To fill the 
increased demand for administrators 
and teachers in Virginia's new system 
of community colleges. A Doctor of 
Education degree in educational ad- 
ministration and a certificate of Ad- 
vanced Study. An eighteen month 
Master's program included six hours 
of teaching in a community college. 
Required teaching experience sent 
over two hundred seniors to sur- 
rounding elementary and secondary 
schools. More extensive use of video 
taping allowed student teachers to 
evaluate their own classroom perfor- 
mance as well as the kids'. 





Without change 

an institution of higher learning would 
become useless and should go out of 
existence. Yes, I feel there have been 
changes at William and Mary during 
the past year. Among the more obvi- 
ous changes there is the shortening 
of skirts and the increase in length 
and amount of male hair. But of a less 
obvious nature I feel the more signif- 
icant change can be detected in the 
attitude of the student. Contrary to 
the thinking of some I believe the stu- 
dents have expressed a more serious 
attitude in their desire to dissociate 
themselves from the present day im- 
age of the rebellious college student. 
Through these efforts the students 
are displaying a more cooperative at- 
titude in an attempt to become more 
productive members of society. 

— Paul N. Clem 

Professor of Education 
Director of the Summer Session 




Dr. John Lavach in Education. 



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300 




ABOVE: Environmental research is done 
without getting wet via the new underwater 
TV equipment. ABOVE RIGHT: Dr. Lang- 
ley v\/ood and a student break from study. 
RIGHT: A master's degree candidate works 
on his thesis. 





Summer. 



The largest number of graduates 
doing research at the School of Ma- 
rine Science. At Gloucester Point. 
Outings of the Pathfinder, a fifty-five 
foot research vessel, and RV Lang- 
ley, a converted ferry, allowed stu- 
dents to become intimately familiar 
with fresh and salt water projects in 
the James River, Cheaspeake Bay, 
Eastern Shore marshes, and the At- 
lantic. Work continued on a new re- 
search building in addition to existing 
classrooms and labs. Academic ex- 
pansion coincided with physical con- 
struction, and grads were offered 
a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Ma- 
rine Science, as well as a Master's 
degree. The School is the William and 
Mary affiliate of the Virginia Institute 
of Marine Science. 



Dean William Hargis oversees a wide variety of facilities at Gloucester. 



301 



Builders 



finishing the model courtroom at the 
rear of the new Marshall-Wythe. A lot 
of conferences. An atmosphere of 
dynamic activity at the nation's old- 
est law school. Professor John Don- 
aldson and Associate Professor 
Emeric Fischer assisted in leading a 
meeting on taxation where experts on 
state and local taxing problems ap- 
peared. The Federal Subcontracting 
Conference dealt with conflicts in 
government contracting. Other facul- 
ty members served on committees of 
the Virginia Commission on Constitu- 
tional Revision. 




I am asked 



to comment on the matter of whether 
there has been change in the aca- 
demic atmosphere at William and 
Mary in the past year. I have not had 
much opportunity to observe the situ- 
ation throughout the whole of the Col- 
lege, but I can say that the academic 
atmosphere has not changed within 
the Law School. More than half of the 
law students are married, almost all 
live off campus, and their average 
age is more than four years older than 
that of college undergraduates. The 
problems, if any, of the undergradu- 
ates are usually not those of the law 
students, and factors which make for 
change in undergraduate academic 
atmosphere are far removed frorn 
law school life, study and program. 

— Joseph Curtis 

Dean of the School of Law 

Marshall-Wythe School of Law. FIRST 
ROW: Harry E. Atkinson, lecturer; John E. 
Donaldson, associate professor; Emeric 
Fischer, associate professor. SECOND 
ROW: Joseph R. Johnson, assistant profes- 
sor; Thomas H. Jolls, professor; Arthur w. 
Phelps, professor. THIRD ROW: E. BIythe 
Stason. Jr.. associate professor: Charles E. 
Torcia, professor; James P. Whyte, Jr., pro- 
fessor. ABOVE RIGHT: Joseph Curtis, pro- 
fessor, dean of the school. 




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Moot Court. FRONT ROW: Bill Scott. Bob 
Kahn, Bill Field, Eileen Albertson. SECOND 
ROW: Bob LovA/rnan, Jim McLemore. Jerry 
Robertson. Ron Hallman. Bill Register, 
George Newman. John Gaidies, Hal Bonney, 
Stu Spirn. 



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Dog-eared and 

underlined books. Sold to first year 
men at Phi Alpha Delta's annual book 
sale. Justice Harry Saunders headed 
the PAD chapter, the first non-senior 
to hold the presidency. In the fall both 
faculty and students attended smok- 
ers. Mr. Richard Congleton, senior 
vice president of Prudential Insur- 
ance, spoke on corporate law at a 
monthly meeting. 

Gubernatorial 

candidate Henry Howell addressed 
brothers of Phi Delta Phi on politics in 
Virginia. State Senator Bateman of 
Newport News appeared at another 
of PDP's dinner meetings featuring 
men in the legal profession. Jefferson 
Inn chapter's Christmas dance 
headed a social calendar of smokers, 
cocktail parties, and mixers. 



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Phi Alpha Delta. FRONT ROW; Hal Bonne-, , 
Bob Wick, Harry Saunders, Paul Jensen. 
Sid Insley. SECOND ROW: Don Scearce, 
Bill Scott, Doug Bergere, Ralph Elmore. 



Tom Connor. Joel DeBoe. Bill Long. Chris 
Sutton, Howard Smith, Harold Poe, Fred 
Grill, Robert Dutro, Rob Elliott, Dennis Hens- 
ley, John Sabourin, Tony Gaeta. 




Case study is a part of Legal Methods. 



Phi Delta Phi. FRONT ROW: Mike Collins. 
Jerry Robertson, Joe Crouch. Bob Lowman, 
George Newman, Bob Parker. Chuck Midkiff . 
Gil Bartlett, Bill Field. SECOND ROW: Dave 
Miles, Scott Swan, Woody Woodruff, Lou 
Shuntich, Saul Pearlman, Stu Spirn, Lenny 
Ringler. Terry Light. THIRD ROW: Joe 



Kelley, Frank Sando. Tom Steger. Lloyd 
Rials, Barry Hollander. Mickey Golden, Jerry 
Voyer, Paul Money, Doug Walker, Homer 
Elliott, Andy Parker. FOURTH ROW: Vern- 
on Spratley, John Gaides, Paul Holtzmuller, 
Stacy Garrett, Bob Kahn, Joe Smith, Dan 
Lemper, Tom Horne. 



304 




Supreme 

Court Justice Tom Clark addressed 
the annual Southern Law Review 
Conference banquet, sponsored by 
the William and Mary Law Review. 
Clark urged Review editors to consid- 
er psychological and sociological as- 
pects of law in their publications and 
gave suggestions for solving printing 
problems. The Law Review staff 
worked through the year editing the 
quarterly magazine. Legal composi- 
tions of both students and faculty. 



Officers 



of the Student Bar Association 
strived for better communications 
with Law School students through a 
biweekly newsletter. Members vis- 
ited state legislators in the fall for ac- 
tion on funds to finish Law School 
construction. The faculty and text 
books: subjects of a computerized 
evaluation by the Student Bar. Social 
highlights were a mixer with Tri Delt 
and Chi O, a homecoming banquet at 
the Cascades, and a spring ball. 




Supreme Court Justice Tom Clark. 



Law Review Staff. FRONT ROW: G. A. 
Bartlett. Karen Atkinson. Charles Friend. 
SECOND ROW: Harry Saunders, Jim Stew- 
art, Charles Midkiff, Michael Collins, Gary 



Legner. THIRD ROW: Terry Light. Earle 
Hale. Homer Elliott. Don Scearce. FOURTH 
ROW: Dennis Hensley. Robert Kahn. Alan 
Hechtkopf . 




Student Bar Association. FRONT ROW: 
Bob Wick, Stanley Hirsch, Lou Shuntich, 
Tom Griffin, Joe Crouch, Bob Lowman, Fred 
Morrison, Tom Steger, Job Taylor. Eleanor 
Seitz, Stu Spirn. Donny Lee, Bob Parker, 
John Vi/ilkins, Ron Hallman. Ralph Elmore. 
Gil Bartlett. SECOND ROW: John Evans. 
Gregory Girton, Richard Young, Bill Jordan, 
Douglas Adams, Mike Collins. Howard Smith, 
Gerald Barefield, Jeff Zwerdling, George 
Newman, Larry Paumero, Robert Dutro. 
Tony Gaeta, Chuck Midkiff, Bruce Lange. 



Scott Swan, Lenny Ringler, Bruce Titus, 
Diane Lynch. Eileen Albertson. Jay Tron- 
feld. THIRD ROW: Richard Bishop. Emmet 
White. Bob Mayer, Ray Stoner, Frank Sando, 
Tom Lewis, Mike Smythers, Tom Donovan, 
Tom Haney, Woody Woodruff, Lloyd Rials, 
Doug Bergere, Dennis Hensley, Joseph 
Webb. Paul Morley. Saul Pearlman. Doug 
Walker. Hal Bonney, Jim Swigart. Bill Regis- 
ter. Tom Reavely, Margaret McPherson, 
Susan Cocke, Karen Atkinson, Andy Parker. 
FOURTH ROW: James Corbitt, James Tray- 



lor. James Deboer, Rob Elliott, Jerry Robert- 
son, Vernon Spratley. Nick Reynolds, John 
Gaides. Paul Holtzmuller, Barry Hollander, 
Mickey Golden, Dick Gold, Dan Kemper, 
Bob Phelps, James Overton. Ted Johnson. 
Homer Elliott, Tom Home, Katie Ward. 
Terry Light. FIFTH ROW; Dave Miles. Bill 
Scott. Joe Kelley. Rick Shreves. Mark Schue- 
mann. George Shemer, Stacy Garrett. Bill 
Field, Stuart Robeson, Bob Kahn, George 
Wright, Randy Hawthorne. 



ABDELNOUR, JOSEPH A., Williamsburg. 
ATKINSON. KAREN LEE, Newport News. 
BAREFIELD, GERALD L., Barrien Springs, 

Michigan. 
BRODIE, MICHAEL ANTHONY, Williamsburg. 
CORBETT, JAMES RUSSELL, Newport News. 



Williamsburg 



CORBITT, JAMES W., Catlett. 
CROUCH, JOSEPH PRESTON 
DEBOE, JOEL A., Hampton. 
ELLIOTT, HOMER L., Williamsburg. 
ELLIOTT, ROBERT CHRISTOPHER, Williams 
burg. 





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306 LAW STUDENTS 




School of Law 



GARRETT, STACY F., Virginia Beach. 
GRIFFIN, THOMAS NORFLEET, Williamsburg. 
GRILL. FREDERICK POWELL. Williamsburg. 
HALLMAN. RONALD STUART, Norfolk. 



HECHTKOPF. E. ALAN. Norfolk, 
HENSLEY. DENNIS C. Centralia. Illinois. 
HOLLANDER. BARRY M.. Clayton, Missouri, 
HOLLOWELL. THOMAS P.. Williamsburg. 



HOLTZMULLER. PAUL ELLIOTT, Eaton. 

Ohio. 
JONES. GEORGE HERMAN. Dover. Delaware. 
KEMPER, JAMES DANFORD. Bethesda. 

Maryland. 
LEASE. ROGER A., Fredericksburg. 



LEGNER, GARY E.. Alexandria. 

LONG, RAYMOND BRUCE, Hampton. 

LOWE, JAMES M., McLean. 

LOWMAN, ROBERT ANTHONY. Radford. 



MORLEY. PAUL MARVIN. Englewood, Colo- 
rado. 
OVA/ENS, DONALD GARY. Norfolk. 
PARKER. ANDREW DAVID, Lakeside. Ohio, 
POE. HAROLD F.. Cincinnati. Ohio. 



ROBESON, STUART HOGAN. McLean. 
SEITZ. ELEANOR. Danville. Pennsylvania. 
SMITH. CONWAY WILBUR. Nevijport News. 
SMITH, HOWARD P.. Newport News. 



SMITH. LESLIE PAGE. Washington, D,C. 
SPIRN, STUART DOUGLAS. Williamsburg. 
SUTTON. CHRISTOPHER. P o r t Washington, 

New York. 
SWIGART, JAMES A. . Bowling Green, Ohio. 



WALKER. DOUGLAS DONALD. Williamsburg. 
WALTERS. BARNETT KEITH. Falls Church. 
WHITE, EMMET TALMADGE. Williamsburg. 
WILKINS. WALTER JON. Norfolk. 



LAW STUDENTS 307 




308 




Linda Freeman, historian. Donnie Chancellor, secretary. Harry Dodson. vice president. John Keiter. president. 




^ Class of 1 969 



ACKROYD, JANET E., Camphill. Pennsylva- 
nia. B.S.. Mathematics; Chi Omega; Abelian 
Society; Chorus; Flat Hat. 

ACREE, BARBARA KENT, Sharps. A.B., Edu- 
cation; Alpha Chi Omega, president; Panhel. 
ADAMS. SANDRA JO. McLean. A.B., Educa- 
tion; Kappa Delta Pi. vice president; Women's 
Dormitory Association; Landrum Dormitory 
President; transferred from American Universi- 
ty. 



ADAMS. SUE BROWN. Newport News. A.B., 
Education. 

ALBERT, ALAN FREDRIC, Baltimore. Mary- 
land. A.B., Sociology; Pi Lambda Phi, rush 
chairman; Flat Hat; Balfour-Hillel; Group Lead- 
er; Interfraternity Council, secretary; Soccer; 
Lacrosse. 

ALEXANDER, ALTHEA PENTECOST, Catlett. 
A.B., History; International Circle; Political Sci- 
ence Forum; Sailing Association; Canterbury 
Club; Women's Dormitory Association; Lacros- 
se. 



ALGATT, JUDY ANN, Bloomsburg, Pennsyl- 
vania. A.B., History; Delta Delta Delta; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Lyon G. Tyler 
Historical Society; WCWM Radio; Lutheran 
Student Association; Sponsor. 
ALVAREZ, CARLOS, Summit, New Jersey. 
A.B., Sociology; International Circle; Political 
Science Forum; Spanish Club. 
ANDERSON, CHERYL DEE, Moline, Illinois. 
A.B., Sociology; Gamma Phi Beta, rush chair- 
man; Alpha Kappa Delta, secretary; Student 
Association, publicity chairman; Women's Hon- 
or Council; Sponsor; Who's Who Among Stu- 
dents in American Universities and Colleges; 
Parents' Day Committee. 



SENIORS 309 



Class of 1 969 

ANDREW, BETTY LYNN. AltaVista. A.B., Gov- 
ernment; Kappa Kappa Gamma, second vice 
president, rush chairman; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Chi Delta Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Mortar Board; 
Backdrop Club; Choir; Chorus; Board of Stu- 
dent Affairs; Student Association. campuS 
chest chairman; President's Aide; Women's 
Honor Council, chairman; Women's Dormitory 
Association; Sponsor; Outstanding Sophomore 
Award; Who's Who Among Students in Ameri- 
can Universities and Colleges; Ludwell House 
President. 

ANTHOLZ. MARY BEE, Minneapolis, Minneso- 
ta. A.B., English; International Circle; Young 
Democrats; Students for Liberal Action; Flat 
Hat; Lutheran Student Association; Student 
Association; Women's Dormitory Association. 
ARMSTRONG, NED CARLTON, Rocky Mount. 
A.B., Government. 

ARNOLD. KAREN SUE, Annandale. A.B.. Eco- 
nomics; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Freshman 
Cheerleader; Sweetheart of Lambda Chi Alpha; 
Intramurals. 

ASSUR. ERIC T.. Falls Church. A.B.. Sociology; 
William and Mary Theatre; Wesley Foundation; 
Men's Dormitory Council; Group Leader; Tu- 
torial Program, treasurer, director; Sociology 
Club, treasurer; Fine Arts Club; intramurals; 
transferred from Randolph-Macon College. 
AUMAN. SARAJANE. Atlanta. Georgia. B.A.. 
Education; Kappa Alpha Theta. first vice presi- 
dent; Kappa Delta Pi. treasurer; Chorus; Chris- 
tian Science Organization, president; Women's 
Dormitory Association; Dormitory Counselor. 



AYCOCK. ALBERT WAYNE, Hampton. A.B., 
Theatre; Theta Alpha Phi; Backdrop Club; Wil- 
liam and Mary Theatre; transferred from Fer- 
rum Junior College. 

BAGBY, THOMAS LEE, Richmond. A.B.. Busi- 
ness Administration (Management); Pi Kappa 
Alpha, house manager; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management, president. 
BAKER, BILLIE ANNE, R i c h m o n d . A. B. , 
French; Phi Mu, pledge trainer; Pi Delta Phi; 
French Club; Student Education Association; 
Young Democrats; Flat Hat; Lacrosse; Wom- 
en's Recreation Association; Intramurals. 




BAKUN, ELIZABETH COLLINS. Norfolk. A.B., 
German; Delta Delta Delta; Colonial Echo; In- 
tramurals. 

BANKS. JUDY ELLEN, Florence. South Caro- 
lina. A.B.. Spanish; Kappa Kappa Gamma; 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Mortar Board; Phi Beta 
Kappa; Sigma Delta Pi; French Club; Interna- 
tional Circle; Spanish Club; Student Associa- 
tion; President's Aide; Sponsor; Panhel; Chan- 
cellor Scholarship; Soutter Scholarship; Who's 
Who Among Students in American Universities 
and Colleges; Parents' Day Committee, chair- 
man; Executive Committee of College-Wide 
Reading Program: Executive Committee for 
Passage of Bond Referendum; VASG Repre- 
sentative. 

BARGER, RAY M.. Buena Vista. B.S., Physics; 
Kappa Sigma, president; Interfraternity Council; 
Football. 




310 SENIORS 




BARKER, SANDRA KAY, Appalachia. B,S., 
Biology; transferred from Clinch Valley College, 
BARNER, SALLY RUTH, Richmond. A.B,, So- 
ciology and Anthropology; Kappa Delta; Panhel; 
Chorus; International Circle; Colonial Echo; Flat 
Hat; William and Mary Review; Sweetheart of 
Theta Delta Chi; Greek Weekend Court; Honor 
Council Orientation Aide; Intramurals. 
BARRETT, JAMES CARLIE, Chesapeake. B,S., 
Chemistry; Chemistry Club, president; Circle 
K; NSF Research Grant; Dow Fellowship. 



BARTON, JAMES EDWIN, Landover Hills, Mary- 
land. B.S., Biology; Sigma Nu, social chairman; 
Omicron Delta Kappa; Newman Club; Fellow- 
ship of Christian Athletes, president; Football; 
Who's Who Among Students in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges; transferred from George 
Washington University. 

BAXTER, ROBERT GORDON, Newport News, 
A.B., History; Lambda Chi Alpha; Intramurals, 
BEACHLEY, NANCY LOUISE, Chester, A.B,, 
Spanish; Kappa Delta; Delta Omicron, historian; 
Kappa Delta Pi; Band; Choir; Chorus, accom- 
panist; Spanish Club; Baptist Student Union. 



BEATTY, RALPH MICHAEL, Barrington, New 
Jersey, A.B., Business Administration (Man- 
agement); Sigma Nu, treasurer; Society for 
the Advancement of Management; Newman 
Club; Football; Fellowship of Christian Athletes; 
Who's Who Among Students in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges; transferred from George 
Washington University. 

BECK, DENNIS L,, West Orange, New Jersey, 
A.B.. Government; Sigma Nu; transferred from 
University of Ne\A/ Mexico. 

BEERS. MARION DRANE, Arlington. A.B., Ed- 
ucation; Backdrop Club; Choir; Chorus; William 
and Mary Theatre. 




BELL, RANDOLPH MARSHALL, New Ken- 
sington, Pennsylvania. A.B,, History; Phi Beta 
Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma, recording secretary, 
senior advisor; Pi Delta Phi; International Circle; 
Lyon G, Tyler Historical Society; Sailing As- 
sociation; Botetourt Bibliographical Society, 
president; Elisha Parmele Award, 
BELSHE, PATRICIA WOODY, Atlanta, Georgia. 
B.S., Mathematics; Gamma Phi Beta. 
BENDALL, ROBERT WARRICK, Richmond. 
A.B., History; Circle K; Lyon G. Tyler Historical 
Society; Political Science Forum; Student As- 
sociation; Men's Dormitory Council; Group 
Leader; Who's Who Among Students in Ameri- 
can Universities and Colleges: Student Asso- 
ciation. Dance Committee, ticket chairman. 



SENIORS 311 



Class of 1 969 



BENNETT, JOHN PRICE, Winchester. A.B.. 
Physical Education; Theta Delta Chi, recording 
secretary; p.E. Major's Club; ROTC; Men's Dor- 
mitory Council; Football Trainer; Intramurals. 
BENSTON, VIRGINIA COX, Richmond. A.B., 
History; French Club. 



BERGLUND, JANET CLARA. Sacremento. Cal- 
ifornia. A.B.. History: Chi Omega, house presi- 
dent; Flat Hat; Newman Club; Student Associa- 
tion. 

BERGMAN, WILLARD, JR., Mendham. New 
Jersey. A.B.. Government; Intramurals; trans- 
ferred from University of Colorado. 



BERKEY, JACQUELINE SUZANNE. Newport 
News. A.B.. Sociology; Sociology Club. 
BEVINS, TIMOTHY B.. Alexandria. A.B., En- 
glish; Phi Kappa Tau, secretary; Flat Hat; New- 
man Club; Men's Dormitory Council; Group 
Leader; Intramurals. 



BIORDI, TONI, Fulton, Maryland. A.B.. History; 
Chi Omega, secretary; Young Republicans; 
Colonial Echo; Newman Club. 

BLAKE, KATHLEEN JANE, Falls Church. A. B. , 
Government; Phi Mu; Chorus; Westminster Fel- 
lowship, president. 



BLOMQUIST, ROGER NEIL, Falls Church. 
B.S.. Physics; Sigma Chi, pledge trainer, vice 
president; Sigma Pi Sigma, vice president; 
Men's Dormitory Council. 
BLY. ROBERT DEXTER, Newport, 
A.B., Psychology; Pi Lambda Phi 
Guard; ROTC; Flat Hat, advertising 
business manager; Group Leader. 



Vermont. 

Queen's 

manager. 




312 SENIORS 




BOAL. ROBERT T.. II. Cedar Grove. New Jer- 
sey. A.B., History; Student Education Associa- 
tion; Soccer; Tutorial Program. 
BOEHRER. JAMES M.. McLean. A.B., English; 
Chess Club, secretary-treasurer; transferred 
from George Mason College. 

BOISSEAU. EDWARD HOOKER. Richmond. 
A.B.. Business Administration (Management); 
Sigma Pi. 



BONCK, LORELEI ADELINE, Williamsburg. 
A.B.. Education; Student Education Associa- 
tion. 

BONNER, WILLIAM THOMAS, Hot Springs. 
A.B., Music Education; Phi Mu Alpha, trea- 
surer; Choir, historian; Spanish Club; William 
and Mary Theatre; Westminster Fellowship. 
BOSWELL, JOHN EASTBURN, Ft. Amador, 
Canal Zone. A.B., History; Phi Beta Kappa; 
Phi Eta Sigma, secretary, vice president; Span- 
ish Club; William and Mary Review, poetry 
board chairman; Newman Club; Merit Scholar; 
Botetourt Bibliographical Society, secretary. 



BOWEN, PAMELA GAY, Charlottesville. B.S.. 
Chemistry; Chemistry Club, secretary-treasur- 
er. 

BOWLING. ARTHUR LEE. JR., Lynchburg. 
B.S., Physics; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma: 
Sigma Pi Sigma, treasurer; Abelian Society. 
BOWMAN. JOHN R., Lebanon, Ohio. B.S.. 
Geology; Pi Lambda Phi; ROTC. 



BOWRY, GLINDA ANN. Williamsburg. A.B., 
Education; Pi Beta Phi; Cheerleader; trans- 
ferred from Madison College. 

BRADSTREET. ANNE, Williamsburg. A.B., So- 
ciology and Anthropology; Chi Omega; Student 
Association; President's Aide; Who's Who 
Among Students in American Universities and 
Colleges; Virginia Association of Student Gov- 
ernments, secretary; Campus Chest Chairman. 
BRAGG, BETTY, Hampton. A.B., English; 
transferred from Christopher Newport College. 



BREEN, BETTIJOYCE. Laurel, Maryland. B.S., 
Chemistry; Kappa Alpha Theta. rush chairman, 
president; Chemistry Club: Panhel; Honor Coun- 
cil Orientation Aide. 

BRENNAN, BRIAN M., Richmond. A.B., His- 
tory; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Men's Dormitory 
Council; Dormitory Manager. 

BRETNALL, VIRGINIA JANE, Garden City, New 
York. A.B., Education; Delta Delta Delta; Pan- 
hel; Women's Dormitory Association; Barrett 
House President; Intramurals. 



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BRIM, BLAINE B., Alexandria. A.B.. Ancient 
Languages; Eta Sigma Phi, vice president; 
ROTC. 

BROOKS, DAVID H., Falls Church. A.B., Psy- 
chology: Pi Lambda Phi; Psychology Club; Flat 
Hat. 

BROWN. ALAN K., Natrona Heights. Pennsyl- 
vania. A.B., History; Lambda Chi Alpha; ROTC; 
Group Leader. 




BROWN, DENNIS TURNES. Amherst. A.B., 
Physical Education; Kappa Alpha. 
BROWN, ROBERT BRAXTON, Williamsburg. 
A.B.. Physical Education; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 
P.E. Majors' Club; Queen's Guard; ROTC; West- 
minster Fellowship; Intramurals. 
BROWN, ROBERT WILMOT, Lynchburg. B.S., 
Mathematics; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Choir; Men's 
Honor Council, vice chairman; Men's Dprmitory 
Council; Group Leader; Gymnastics; Who's 
Who Among Students in American Universities 
and Colleges; Gymnastics Club, Intramurals. 



BROWN, WYNYRD ADAIR, Warrenton. A.B., 
Education; Young Republicans; Canterbury 
Club. 

BUCKLEY, LINDA L., Cheverly, Maryland. A.B.. 
Fine Arts; Kappa Alpha Theta. house president; 
Mermettes, director; Women's Dormitory As- 
sociation. 

BUCKNAM, DEBORAH THOMPSON, Melrose, 
Massachusetts. A.B., Education; transferred 
from Northeastern University. 



BUFFINGTON, CARL EUGENE, Fairfieid, Con- 
necticut. A.B., Economics; Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon, house manager, president. 
BULYNKO, LYDIA DAWN. Alexandria. A.B., 
Government; Chi Omega; Eta Sigma Phi; cor- 
responding secretary; Women's Dormitory As- 
sociation; Tutorial Program; Intramurals. 
BURGRAFF, CRAIG R., Allentov\/n, Pennsyl- 
vania. A.B.. History; Sigma Nu; Political Sci- 
ence Forum; Flat Hat, sports editor; Group 
Leader; Tennis. 






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BURIAK. RICHARD ROBERT, Williamsburg. 
A.B., Government; Political Science Forum: 
ROTC; Young Republicans; Newman Club; 
Group Leader; Day Student Assembly; trans- 
ferred from Christopher Newport College. 
BURKE. FREDERICK COLLINS. Vienna. B.S.. 
Mathematics; ROTC; Intramurals. 
BUSH, JAYNE LYNN, Denville, New Jersey. 
A.B., History. 



BUSHONG. DELORES ANN, Woodstock. A.B., 
Sociology and Anthropology; International Cir- 
cle; Colonial Echo; Tutorial Program. 
BUSSE. LAURA BERNADETTE. Charlottesville. 
A.B., Psychology; Kappa Alpha Theta. 
BUTLER, NORA DALBY. Suffolk. A.B., Philos- 
ophy; Mermettes; Flat Hat; Student Associa- 
tion; Rifle; Philosophy Club. 






BYRD, CLAUDIA ANN, Richmond. B.S. , Math- 
ematics; Abelian Society; Colonial Echo. 
CAFEO, LINDA LOUISE, Alexandria. A.B.. Eco- 
nomics; Newman Club; Tutorial Program. 
CAHOON. ROGER H. Chesapeake. BS. Biol- 
ogy; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Biology Club. 



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CALVERT, CATHERINE JANE, Ithaca, New 
York. A.B., English; Pi Beta Phi, corresponding 
secretary; Flat Hat, social editor; Women's Dor- 
mitory Counselor; Williamsburg Area Tutorial 
Service, secretary. 

CAMDEN, SANDRA KAY, Elon. A.B., Sociology 
and Anthropology; Backdrop Club; Colonial 
Echo. 




CAMPBELL, RONALD WARREN, Roanoke. 
A.B., Ancient Languages; Eta Sigma Phi, trea- 
surer, president. 

CAMPBELL, SUSAN PANNILL, Richmond. 
A.B., History; Kappa Alpha Theta; Student 
Education Association; Intramurals; transfer- 
red from Mary Baldwin College. 



CARHART, JUDY ANN, Hampton. B.S., Biolo- 
gy (Pre-Med); Kappa Delta, house president; 
Pi Delta Epsilon; Biology Club; Flat Hat, ar- 
chives editor; Sponsor; Judo and Karate Club. 
CARLTON, ALICE CAROLYN, Alexandria. A.B., 
English; Delta Omicron, recording secretary; 
Pi Delta Phi; Backdrop Club; Choir, secretary- 
treasurer; Chorus; Westminster Fellowship, 
vice president. 




CARTER, MARGARET ELIZABETH. Virginia 
Beach. A.B., Education; Kappa Alpha Theta; 
transferred from Elon College. 

CASEY, CONNIE SUE, Annandale. A.B., Eco- 
nomics; Band; Newman Club. 



CASEY, EVERETT FRANK, Shrewsbury, Mas- 
sachusetts. A.B., Government; Phi Mu Alpha, 
vice president, president; Band; Debate Coun- 
cil; Young Republicans. 

CHANCELLOR, ANN LAYMAN, Frankfort, 
Kentucky. A.B., Ancient Languages; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Chi Delta Phi. treasurer; Eta Sig- 
ma Phi; Mortar Board, historian; Backdrop Club, 
secretary; William and Mary Theatre; Sponsor. 








316 SENIORS 





CHANCELLOR. RUTH DONNAN, Alexandria. 
A.B.. Government; ^appa Kappa Gamma, 
house president; French Club; Political Science 
Forum, vice president; Tutorial Program; Stu- 
dent Association; Sponsor; Panhel; Women's 
Tennis, captain; Intramural S; Who's Who 
Among Students in American Universities and 
Colleges; Senior Class secretary-treasurer; 
Homecoming Court; Miss William and Mary 
Finalist. 

CHARD, DOUGLAS N., South Boston. Mas- 
sachusetts, as.. Physics; Pi Delta Epsilon. 
treasurer; Sigma Pi Sigma; Chamber Orchestra: 
French Club; International Circle: William and 
Mary Review, editorial board, business manag- 
er; Student Committee on Arts and Lectures. 
CHASE. JUDITH CANEEL. Salem. A.B.. His- 
tory; Chi Omega; Alpha Lambda Delta; Inter- 
national Circle, secretary; Lyon G. Tyler His- 
torical Society; Student Education Association; 
Flat Hat, advertising manager; Student Asso- 
ciation; Sponsor; Who's Who Among Students 
in American Universities and Colleges. 
CHAUSSE. PATRICIA ANN. Roanoke. B.S., 
Mathematics. 

CHEATHAM, ALVIN PAULIN, Williamsburg. 
A,B.. Physical Education; Sigma Nu: P.E. Ma- 
jors' Club, program chairman; Football; Base- 
ball; Intramurals. 

CHESSON. MICHAEL BEDOUT, Newport News. 
A.B., History; Sigma Chi. editor; Delta Sigma 
Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha, president; Pi Delta Epsi- 
lon. historian; Debate Council, vice president; 
Flat Hat, news editor; Mens Dormitory Council; 
Group Leader, assistant head; Intramurals. 



CHOCKLETT, CHARLES WAYNE, Lynchburg. 
A.B.. Sociology; Students for Liberal Action. 
CHRISTIANSON. JAMES RICHARD, Baltimore, 
Maryland. B.S.. Physics; Sigma Chi. house 
chairman; Circle K. vice president, president, 
district lieutenant governor; Group Leader; La- 
crosse. 

CHRISTOPHER. JOHNC. Tappahannock. A.B., 
Business Administration (Management); Kappa 
Alpha, president. 



CLARK, JACQUELINE E., Richmond. A.B., 
Spanish; International Circle; Spanish Club; 
Student Education Association; Flat Hat; Tu- 
torial Program. 

CLARK, LINDA DIAN, Sandston. A.B., German; 
Alpha Chi Omega; International Circle; Sponsor; 
Dormitory Counselor; German Club. 
CLARKE. WILLIAM GORDON, Richmond. A.B., 
Business Administration; Sigma Nu, social 
chairman, president; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management; Football. 



CLAWSON. MILDRED ANN, West Point. A.B.. 
Psychology; Phi Mu. 

CLAYTON, HELEN MARIE, Lanexa. A.B., His- 
tory; Lyon G. Tyler Historical Society; Young 
Republicans; Students for Liberal Action. 
COBB, JAMES G.. Norge. A.B., History; Debate 
Council; Lutheran Student Association, vice 
president. 



SENIORS 317 



COCHRAN, STEPHEN G., Virginia Beach. A.B.. 
Government; Kappa Alpha; Pi Delta Epsilon. 
vice president; Flat Hat, sports editor, associ- 
ate editor, features editor; Weather Vane, edi- 
tor; Men's Dormitory Council; Group Leader; 
Tennis; Dormitory Manager. 

COLEMAN, JUDITH LAKE, Richmond. A.B.. 
Fine Arts; Westminster Fellowship. 
COLLINS, KENNY K., Mason Hall, Tennessee. 
A.B., English; William and Mary Review; trans- 
ferred from Murray State University. 




COLONNA, JANE BRIGGS, Hampton. A.B., 
Education; Sponsor; transferred from Christo- 
pher Newport College. 

CONVERSE. RAY, Falls Church. A.B.. Eco- 
nomics; Delta Sigma Rho — Tau Kappa Alpha; 
Debate Council. 

CONWAY. RICHARD EDWARD, Fredericks- 
burg. A.B.. Physics; Kappa Alpha. 



COOKE, JUDITH ANN, Hopewell. B.S., Biology. 
COOPER. ELLEN HOPE, Peansburg. A.B.. So- 
ciology; Chi Omega; Majorettes, head. 
COOPER. MARIAN LOUISE. Springfield. B.S . 
Biology; Kappa Alpha Theta; Swimming. 



CORVINO, MARGARET ELSIE. Long Branch, 
New Jersey. A.B.. English; Theta Alpha Phi; 
Orchesis, costume chairman, vice president; 
William and Mary Theatre; Newman Club, vice 
president. 

COUSINS, JOHN PAUL. Forest. B.S., Mathe- 
matics; Phi Kappa Tau. pledgemaster; Group 
Leader; Intramurals. 

COVINGTON, SUSAN ELLEN JEAN, North 
Springfield. B.S., Biology; Biology Club, trea- 
surer; Sponsor; Hockey; Basketball. 




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CRAFT, CHARLES STEPHEN. Clifton Forge. 
A.B.. Education; Kappa Sigma; Football; Intra- 
murals. 

CRANE, MICHAEL LEONARD. Falls Church. 
B.S.. Physics; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Sailing Asso- 
ciation. 



CREWE, WILLIAM STEWART. Bethesda. Mary- 
land. A.B., Business Administration; Pi Lamb- 
da Phi, secretary, treasurer; ROTC; Society for 
the Advancement of Management; Soccer. 
CRISSEY. BARBARA, Huntington, West Vir- 
ginia. A.B., History; Delta Delta Delta; Mer- 
mettes; Newman Club; Sponsor. 




CROWTHER, NANCY BRADFORD. West Hyat- 
tsville. Maryland. B.S.. Mathematics; Kappa 
Alpha Theta. social chairman; Abelian Society, 
secretary-treasurer. 

CURRIE. CAROLINE FRANCES, McLean. A.B., 
Education; Alpha Chi Omega, rush chairman; 
Choir; Chorus; Sponsor; Panhel. 
CURWEN, DIANA LOUISE, Fieldale. A.B., So- 
ciology; International Circle; Orchesis, presi- 
dent; Flat Hat; Student Association; Sponsor. 



CURZI, D. SCOTT, Phillipsburg, New Jersey. 
A.B., History; Sigma Nu; Interfraternity Council; 
Wrestling, captain. Southern Conference Cham- 
pion 1967, Georgia Tech Invitational Champion 
1968. 

CYRUS. LYNDA ANNE. Lynchburg. A.B., 
Theatre and Speech; Theta Alpha Phi; William 
and Mary Theatre. 

DAUGHERTY. DAVID REAMS, Rochester. Min- 
nesota. B.S., Biology; Kappa Sigma, treasurer; 
Group Leader; Basketball. 



SENIORS 319 



Class of 1 969 



DAVENPORT, R, KEVIN, Annandale. A.B., His- 
tory; Lambda Chi Alpha; ROTC; Young Demo- 
crats; Student Association; Men's Dormitory 
Council, vice president; Group Leader; Inter- 
fraternity Council; Intramurals. 
DAVID, JOSEPH JOHN, Abington, Pennsyl- 
vania. B.S., Chemistry; Phi Kappa Tau; Chem- 
istry Club; Westminster Fellowship; Intramur- 
als. 

DAVIS, GEORGE HUGHES, Arlington. A.B., 
Physical Education; P.E. Majors' Club: Cross 
Country; Indoor Track; Outdoor Track. 



DAVIS, JULIANNE, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
A.B., Fine Arts; Alpha Lambda Delta. 
DAVIS. LESLIE ANN, Richmond. A.B., English; 
Pi Beta Phi, secretary. 

DAY, ROBERT WARWICK, Reading. Pennsyl- 
vania. A.B., Business Administration; Phi Kap- 
pa Tau; Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement, vice president; Flat Hat; Intramurals. 



DEAN. JOHN HOWARD, Chester, New Jersey. 
A.B., Fine Arts (Architecture); Sigma Nu, secre- 
tary; Football; Fellowship of Christian Athletes. 
DEAS. LAURENCE ANTHONY, Hampton. A.B., 
Business Administration; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management; transferred from 
Georgia Institute of Technology. 
DECOT, MARK EDWIN, Falls Church. B.S., 
Biology. 



DEEKENS. JOHN MACKENZIE. Amelia. A.B., 
History; Theta Delta Chi; Alpha Phi Omega; 
Queen's Guard. Drill Team Commander; ROTC; 
Men's Dormitory Council. 

DEFREES, JANE LINDSAY, Alexandria. A.B., 
Government; Gamma Phi Beta, corresponding 
secretary; Westminster Fellowship. 
DENENBERG, DENNIS. Manheim, Pennsylvan- 
ia. A.B., Government; Omicron Delta Kappa, 
president; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma, 
vice president, president; Circle K; William and 
Mary Theatre; Student Association; President's 
Aide; Who's Who Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges; Parents' Day General 
Committee; Committee on Arts and Lectures. 




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DENNY, PATRICIA DIANNE. Danville. A.B., 
History: Delta Delta Delta, vice president. 
DENT, CHARLES EDWARD, JR., Pulaski. A.B., 
English; Pi Delta Epsilon; WCWM Radio, pro- 
duction director, chief announcer, program 
director; Men's Dormitory Council; Group Lead- 
er; Who's Who Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges; College-Wide Read- 
ing Program. 

DERRICKSON, LEW D., Virginia Beach. A.B., 
Economics; Lambda Chi Alpha; ROTC; Tennis. 



DERRINGE. EDMUND T., JR., Williamsburg. 
A.B.. Education; Kappa Sigma; Basketball. 
DEWEY, HARTLEY F.. Newport News. A.B., 
Business Administration (Accounting); Ac- 
counting Club; ROTC; Flat Hat; Swimming. 
DICKINSON, ENDERS, Richmond. B.S., Mathe- 
matics; Pi Kappa Alpha, pledge trainer; Inter- 
fraternity Council; Swimming. 



DICKINSON. JAN SUZETTE, Fairfax. B.S., 
Biology; Biology Club. 

DIEHL, KATHLEEN THELMA. McLean. A.B.. 
Education; Young Republicans; Intramurals; 
Tutorial Program; transferred from George Ma- 
son College. 

DINNER. ELLIOTT DAVID. Scranton. Pennsyl- 
vania. A.B.. Business Administration; Pi Kappa 
Alpha, vice president; Balfour-Hillel. 



DIPAOLA, MICHAEL F., South Hackensack, 
New Jersey. B.S., Biology; Sigma Pi; Biology 
Club; Flat Hat; Interfratermty Council. 
DODSON. HARRY HUGH, JR., Lynchburg. A.B.. 
History; Wesley Foundation; Student Associa- 
tion, Executive Council; Senior Class vice presi- 
dent; Who's Who Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges; German Club. 
DOUTHAT, JAMES E., Petersburg. A.B., So- 
ciology; Sigma Chi. rush chairman, president; 
Political Science Forum, vice president; Group 
Leader; Interfraternity Council. 



SENIORS 321 



DOWDY, RENA FAYE, Chesapeake. A.B., 

French; Delta Omicron, second vice president; 

Pi Delta Phi. 

DOWNING, JACK RAYMOND, Neivark, Ohio. 

A.B., Fine Arts (Architecture). 

DRAKE. THOMAS E., Alexandria. B.S., Biology. 



DRESS, NORMAN T., Wadsworth, Ohio. A.B., 
Psychology. 

DRESSEL, MARSHALL VAN CAMPEN, St. 
Marys, Pennsylvania. B.S., Biology; Theta Delta 
Chi; Phi Mu Alpha; Choir. 

DRISCOLL, JOHN PATRICK, Richmond. A.B., 
Business Administration (Management); Pi Kap- 
pa Alpha; Society for the Advancement of 
Management; Group Leader; Baseball. 



DRISCOLL, LAWRENCE THOMAS, Rochester, 
New York. B.S.. Physics; Sigma Chi, secretary; 
Phi Mu Alpha; Sigma Pi Sigma; Abelian Society; 
Band; Newman Club. 

DRYER, LYNN RUTH, Waynesboro. A.B., 
Spanish; Sigma Delta Pi, secretary, vice presi- 
dent; Women's Dormitory Association; Dormi- 
tory Counselor. 

DUNCAN, DOROTHY ANN, Front Royal. A.B., 
Sociology; Phi Mu; Baptist Student Union; So- 
ciology Club. 



DUNN, WILLIAM LEE, Newport News. A.B., 
Government; Lambda Chi Alpha, rush chair- 
man, president; Scabbard and Blade, vice presi- 
dent; ROTC; Group Leader. 

DYKSEN. JOHN PAUL. Newport News. B.S., 
Psychology; Circle K, chaplain; Wesley Foun- 
dation; transferred from Christopher Newport 
College. 

EATON, DEMARIS WINSTON, Margate, New 
Jersey. A. 8., Sociology and Anthropology; Pi 
Beta Phi, historian; Colonial Echo, underclass 
editor; Gymnastics. 



EBERHARDT, MICHAEL CHARLES. Danville, 
Illinois. A.B., Government; Pi Kappa Alpha, 
president: Golf; Intrarnurals. 

EDLESTON, WILLIAM R., Washington, New 
Jersey. A.B.. Business Administration; Soci- 
ety for the Advancement of Management; 
Intramurals. 

ELLENSON. DAVID. Newport News. A.B., His- 
tory. 




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ELLIOTT, CHARLES SADELSON, JR., Lynch- 
burg. A.B., English; Pi Kappa Alpha, secretary; 
ROTC; Intramurals. 

ELLIOTT, EDWIN P., Manassas. A.B., History; 
Psychology Club; ROTC; l-V Christian Fellow- 
ship, treasurer. 



EMERICK, J. TRACY, Littleton, Massachusetts. 
A.B., Philosophy; Sigma Pi; Band; Queen's 
Guard; ROTC; Group Leader; Interfraternity 
Council. 

EMERT, ROY A., JR., Buckingham. A.B., His- 
tory. 



EMPLAINCOURT, EDMUND, Charleroi. Bel- 
gium. A.B.. French; Pi Delta Phi; International 
Circle; transferred from Universite Libre de 
Bruxelles. 

ENGLE, JACQUELINE A., Roanoke. A.B., So- 
ciology; Pi Beta Phi, pledge supervisor; Wesley 
Foundation; Sponsor; Intramurals. 



ENGLISH, RICHARD, JR., Newport News, A.B., 
History; Kappa Alpha; Intramurals. 
ENGS, MICHAEL S.. Williamsburg. A.B., En- 
glish; ROTC; Intramurals; transferred from 
Christopher Newport College. 



ERNSTMEYER. JAN, Pensacola, Florida. A.B.. 
French; Chi Omega; French Club; International 
Circle; Spanish Club; Student Education Asso- 
ciation, president; Young Republicans; Luther- 
an Student Association; Sweetheart of Sigma 
Nu; Miss William and Mary Finalist; Miss Wil- 
liamsburg; Intramurals. 

FAIRBANK, WENDY E., Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. 
A.B., French; Pi Delta Phi; Colonial Echo; Wom- 
en's Dormitory Association. 



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Class of 1 969 



FAIRBANKS. GEORGE C, Virginia Beach. B.S., 
Mathematics; Pi Kappa Alpha; ROTC; Tennis. 
FARINHOLT, DOROTHY GERALDINE, Wil- 
liamsburg. A.B.. History; Pi Beta Phi; Cheer- 
leaders; Student Education Association; Flat 
Hat. 

FARLIN, DAN C, Westlake. Ohio. A.B., Edu- 
cation; Lambda Chi Alpha; Men's Dormitory 
Council; Wrestling; transferred from Ashland 
College. 



FARRIS. ALICE DIANE. Colonial Heights. A.B., 
Education; transferred from Richard Bland Ju- 
nior College. 

FAUBER, SUZANNE DILLON, Richmond. A.B., 
English; Kappa Kappa Gamma, treasurer; New- 
man Club. 

FEE, RUSSELL J., McLean. A.B., English; Pi 
Lambda Phi; Men's Dormitory Council; Group 
Leader; Soccer. 



FEELEY. THOMAS M.. Cranston, Rhode Island. 

A.B., History. 

FENIGSOHN. GEORGE IRA, Newport News. 

A.B., History; Balfour-Hillel, secretary; Men's 

Dormitory Council: Dormitory Manager; Soccer; 

Track; Wrestling. 

FERGUSON, JOHN ELVIN, Rocky Mount. A.B., 

Sociology; Alpha Kappa Delta, president; Men's 

Dormitory Council, president; Tutorial Program. 




FINLEY, WILLIAM K.. Franklin. A.B.. English 
Sigma Chi. corresponding secretary; Circle K 
Political Science Forum, treasurer; ROTC 
Young Republicans; Tennis. 

FITZGERALD, ROBERT MICHAEL, Vienna. 
A.B., Government; Theta Delta Chi, rush chair- 
man; transferred from Boston College. 
FLORENCE, H. MICHAEL, Ft. Lauderdale. Flor- 
ida. A.B., Business Administration; Kappa Sig- 
ma, secretary; ROTC; Football. 



FLYNN, JOAN LESLEY, West Springfield. A.B., 
Government; Alpha Chi Omega; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Mortar Board, treasurer; Phi Beta Kappa; 
Flat Hat, assistant feature editor; WCWM Ra- 
dio; Newman Club; Student Association; Spon- 
sor; Who's Who Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges; Exchange Student 
to St. Andrews University, Scotland; Charles 
McDowell — Kays Gary Journalism Award. 
FOLLAND, LAURA E., Richmond. A.B., Soci- 
ology; transferred from Asbury College. 
FORRER, MARTHA JEANNE, Richmond. A.B., 
Philosophy; Phi Beta Kappa; Young Republi- 
cans. 



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FOREST. CARROLL MARK, Poquoson. B.S., 
Mathematics; Scabbard and Blade; Queen's 
Guard; ROTC; Wesley Foundation, treasurer; 
Chess Club. 

FOSTER. JUDY C. Newport News. A.B.. Edu- 
cation; transferred from Christopher Newport 
College. 

FRANCE. MARY SUE. Woodstock. B.S.. Mathe- 
matics. 




FRANKOVITCH. CARL N.. Weirton. West Vir- 
ginia. A.B.. Business Administration; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. pledge trainer; ROTC; Society 
for the Advancement of Management; Young 
Republicans; Newman Club. 

FRATKIN, WINIFRED G., Williamsburg. A.B.. 
Education. 

FRAZER. ELIZABETH P., Newport News. A.B.. 
Geology. 



FRAZIER. PATRICIA A.. AltaVista. A.B., En- 
glish; Gamma Phi Beta, social chairman; Colo- 
nial Echo; Basketball; Women's Recreation As- 
sociation, president; Intramurals. 
FRECE, JOHN WALTER, Heathsville. A.B., 
Philosophy; Sigma Phi Epsilon; ROTC; Baseball. 
FREEMAN. LINDA LEE, Richmond. A.B., His- 
tory; Chi Omega; Mermettes; Student Associa- 
tion; Swimming; Senior Class Historian; Who's 
Who Among Students in American Universities 
and Colleges. 



FRIEDMAN, KATHLEEN G., Springfield, Illi- 
nois. A.B., English; Chi Omega, pledge trainer; 
Chi Delta Phi, secretary; Flat Hat; Intramurals. 
FRON, JOSEPH MICHAEL, Johnson City, New 
York, A,B,. Education; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management, secretary; Football; 
transferred from Broome Technical Communi- 
ty College. 

FROSCHER, TORREY C. Arlington. B.S., Phys- 
ics; Pi Delta Epsilon; Sigma Pi Sigma; Colonial 
Echo, photography editor. 



SENIORS 325 



FULKERSON, MARGARET. Sandston. A.B., 
English; Chorus: transferred from Richmond 
Professional Institute. 

FULLERTON. RICHARD B., Vienna. AG., Busi- 
ness Management; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Scab- 
bard and Blade; Society for the Advancement 
of Management; Distinguished Military Student. 
FURR. M. BASIL, JR., Petersburg. A.B., His- 
tory; Alpha Phi Omega, recording secretary, 
treasurer; Band; Young Republicans; Men's 
Dormitory Council. 



GALLOWAY. LURA GODDIN, Greenville. South 
Carolina. A.B., History; Chi Omega, pledge 
secretary; Board of Student Affairs; General 
Cooperative Committee; Student Association 
President's Aide; Women's Dormitory Associa 
tion. secretary, treasurer, president; Sponsor 
Who's Who Among Students in American Uni 
versities and Colleges; Dormitory Counselor 
Virginia Association of Student Governments 
GARBER. DENETTE BELLE. Waynesboro 
A.B.. Education; Kappa Delta; Kappa Delta Pi 
Student Education Association; Flat Hat; Tu 
torial Program; Intramurals. 

GARBER. RICHARD. Quebec. Canada. A.B. 
History; International Circle; Sailing Associa- 
tion; transferred from Keystone Junior College 



GASKINS. STEVE PETTIE. III. Arlington. B.S.. 
Biology; Lambda Chi Alpha; ROTC; l-V Chris- 
tian Fellowship; Group Leader; Track; Soccer. 
GIAMPAPA. NANCYE CARROLL. Alexandria. 
A.B.. Education. 

GIBSON. GALE HOLLY, Annandale. A.B.. En- 
glish; Gamma Phi Beta; Mortar Board, vice 
president; Pi Delta Epsilon; Biology Club; Cho- 
rus; Colonial Echo, literary editor, editorial 
assistant; General Cooperative Committee; 
Women's Dormitory Association; Sponsor; Pan- 
hel. president; Who's Who Among students m 
American Universities and Colleges; Intramural 
Volleyball Manager; Ludw/ell House President. 



GILLESPIE. WILLIAM BRUCE, Roanoke. B.S., 
Chemistry; Phi Kappa Tau; Chemistry Club; 
Interfraternity Council; Intramurals. 
GIRARD. THOMAS PLEASANT. West Chester. 
Pennsylvania. A.B.. Business Administration; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. social chairman. 
GLASHEEN. ALICE MARGARET, Hampton. 
A.B., Economics; Backdrop Club; Spanish Club; 
Young Republicans; Colonial Echo; Newman 
Club. 



JUDITH ANN. Norfolk. B.S.. Mathe- 



GLASS. 
matics. 

GLASSMAN. ANDREW PAUL. Hamden, Con- 
necticut. A.B., English; Junior Year Abroad. 
University of Exeter. 

GLENN. JEAN PAXTON, Waynesboro. A.B., 
Education; Alpha Chi Omega; Student Educa- 
tion Association. 




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GODWIN, JOSEPH HENRY, Norfolk. A.B., His- 
tory; Sigma Pi. 

GOODE, GEORGE WALDEN, Winchester. A.B., 
Philosophy; Theta Delta Chi; Flat Hat. 



GRACIAN, PATRICIA M., Williamsburg. B.S., 
Physics; Gamma Phi Beta; Alpha Lambda Del- 
ta; Abelian Society; Newman Club; Miss Mary 
Lightfoot Scholarship Award; Tutorial Program. 
GRAEF, VIRGINIA SUE, Poquoson. B.S., Mathe- 
matics; Chi Omega; Abelian Society; trans- 
ferred from Christopher Newport College. 



GRAHAM, ROBERT ALLISON, Ashland. B.S., 
Biology; Biology Club; Skin Diving Club. 
GRASSO, LINDA JEAN, Newport News. A.B., 
Fine Arts; transferred from University of Mary- 
land. 



GREEN, JAMES CRAWFORD, Penns Grove, 
New Jersey. A.B., History; Band; Circle K, vice 
president; WCWM Radio; Westminster Fellow- 
ship. 

GRIFFITH, DOUGLAS PAUL, Baltimore, Mary- 
land. A.B., Mathematics; Lambda Chi Alpha; 
Track, captain; Dormitory Manager; Intramu- 
rals. 



GRIMM, EMMETT CARL, Harrisonburg. B.A., 
Biology; William and Mary Theatre; Students 
for Liberal Action. 

GROVE, ROBERTA LYNN, Glen Rock, Pennsyl- 
vania. A.B., English; Gamma Phi Beta, presi- 
dent; Mortar Board: Women's Dormitory Asso- 
ciation; Sponsor; Panhel; Ludwell House Pres- 
ident; Who's Who Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges. 



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Class of 1 969 



GURNEY, RICHARD DAVID, Arlington. B.S., 
Physics; Sigma Pi Sigma, vice president; Abel- 
ian Society; Circle K; WCWM Radio; Colonial 
Echo. 

GUTIERREZ, RICHARD, El Paso. Texas. A.B., 
Government; Fencing; Tutorial Program; trans- 
ferred from Loyola University of Los Angeles. 
HAASE, LINDA LEE, Richmond. B.S., Biology; 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Mermettes; Sponsor; 
Sv^imming. 



HAINES, VICTOR JOSEPH, Winchester. B.S., 
Biology (Pre-Med); transferred from Shenan- 
doah College. 

HALL, WENDY STUART, Mathews. A.B., Edu- 
cation; Gamma Phi Beta. 

HALLISSY, JOANNE, Hampton. A.B., Psychol- 
ogy; Phi Mu, social chairman; Psychology Club; 
Sailing Association; Young Republicans; Flat 
Hat; German Club; Tutorial Program; trans- 
ferred from Randolph-Macon Woman's College. 



HALLMAN, BRIAN S.. Arlington. A.B., Govern 
ment; Phi Kappa Tau; Abelian Society; Inter 
fraternity Council. 

HAMACK, KEITH HARTMOND, Seattle, Wash 
ington. A.B.. Economics; Omicron Delta Kappa 
Scabbard and Blade; Queen's Guard; ROTC 
Christian Science Organization; Swimming 
Who's Who Among Students in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges. 

HAMERSON, CAROL ELIZABETH, Kansas 
City. Missouri. A.B.. English; Gamma Phi Beta, 
pledge class president; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Lyon G. Tyler Historical Society; Lutheran Stu- 
dent Association, treasurer; Honor Council Ori- 
entation Aide. 



HAMILTON, ANN, Dayton. A.B., Education; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; Student Education As- 
sociation; Newman Club; Panhel, treasurer. 
HAMPTON, ROBERT COLEMAN, Williamsburg. 
A.B., Education; ROTC: transferred from Chris- 
topher Newport College. 

HARDING, MICHAEL STUART, Leonardo, New 
Jersey. A.B., Economics; Theta Delta Chi, vice 
president, president; Group Leader; Interfra- 
ternity Council. 



HARKRADER, NANCY FERRELL, Bristol, Ten- 
nessee. A.B.. Psychology; Kappa Alpha Theta. 
HARMON, BRENDA GAIL. Sandston. A.B., 
History; Lyon G. Tyler Historical Society; Spon- 
sor; transferred from Meredith College. 
HARRELL, DONALD BRYAN, Emporia. A.B., 
History; Young Republicans; Wesley Founda- 
tion; Tutorial Program. 



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HARRIS, SANDRA ELLA, Gladstone. A.B., En- 
glish. 

HARWOOD, GERTRUDE CLASH, Richmond. 
A.B., History. 

HAUCK, NANCY CAROL, Springfield. A.B., 
History; Kappa Alpha Theta. 



HAWKINS, MARGARET I., Newport News. A. B. , 
Education. 

HAZLETT. BRENDA CAROL, Colonial Heights. 
A.B., Education; Kappa Alpha Theta; Student 
Education Association. 

HECHTKOPF, MOLLIE ISAACS. Norfolk. A.B.. 
Education; Delta Omicron. corresponding secre- 
tary; William and Mary Orchestra; transferred 
from Old Dominion College. 



HENDERSON, EDMUND McKEILL, JR.. Nas- 
sawadox. A.B., English; Phi Mu Alpha; William 
and Mary Theatre; William and Mary Review: 
Canterbury Club. 

HENDRICKS, WILLIAM TILLMAN, JR., Hamp- 
ton. A.B.. Economics; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta 
Sigma; William and Mary Review; Baptist Stu- 
dent Union; Tutorial Program, treasurer. 
HENNINGER, ROBERT LEROY. McLean. A. B. . 
Theatre and Speech; Omicron Delta Kappa; 
Theta Alpha Phi; Backdrop Club; William and 
Mary Theatre; Who's Who Among Students 
in American Universities and Colleges; Pren- 
tice-Hill Theatre Award; Tiberius Gracchus 
Jones Literary Prize. 



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HENRY, BARBARA MARTIN, Hampton. A.B.. 
Mathematics; Kappa Kappa Gamma, recording 
secretary: Student Association; Women's Dor- 
mitory Association; Sponsor; Brown Dormitory 
President. 

HERNDON, JESSE M., Sorel, Quebec, Canada. 
B.S., Biology; Phi Mu Alpha, pledge class presi- 
dent; Alpha Phi Omega, president; Choir; Inter- 
national Circle; Flat Hat; Gymnastics. 



HERRING, FRANCES LEE, Newport News. 
A.B.. Sociology; Psychology Club; Sponsor; 
Alpha Kappa Delta; Sociology Club; Honor 
Council Orientation Aide. 

HEWES, DEAN EDWARD, Fredericksburg. B.S., 
Topical Science; Delta Sigma Rho — Tau Kappa 
Alpha, vice president; Debate Council, presi- 
dent. 



HIATT. JAMES H., Arlington. A.B., English; 
Circle K, treasurer; Lyon G. Tyler Historical 
Society, vice president: Young Americans for 
Freedom; Young Republicans; Student Asso- 
ciation; Men's Dormitory Council. 
HICKS, JAMES IRA. Evington. A.B., History; 
Lyon G. Tyler Historical Society; Young Demo- 
crats; Students for Liberal Action. 



HILDEBRAND, PAUL H.. JR., Annandale. A.B., 
Government: Phi Kappa Tau; Theta Alpha Phi, 
treasurer; William and Mary Theatre, Omicron 
Delta Kappa. 

HILL, MARILYN LOIS, Pulaski. A.B., Psycholo- 
gy; Psi Chi; International Circle; Psychology 
Club, president. 



HINER, LAURA ANN, Richmond. A.B., Sociolo- 
gy: Delta Delta Delta, house president; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Alpha Kappa Delta: Sociology 
Club, secretary, treasurer. 

HINSON. HELEN SUZANNE, Alexandria. A.B., 
History; Delta Delta Delta, president; Pi Delta 
Phi; Sponsor; Panhel. 




330 SENIORS 




HITT, ANNE MORTON. Richmond. A.B., En- 
glish; Kappa Alpha Theta; International Circle; 
Sailing Association; Colonial Echo; Sponsor. 
HOFFMAN, RICHARD JOHN . Annandale. B.S. . 
Biology; Phi Eta Sigma; Band; Biology Club; 
Skin Diving Club; Lutheran Student Associa- 
tion, 

HOLM. THOMAS A., Annandale. A.B., Psy- 
chology; Psi Chi. vice president; Psychology 
Club; Colonial Echo; William and Mary Review; 
Group Leader; Parents' Day Committee, pub- 
licity chairman. 



HOLMES. ROBERT ALLEN, Aliquippa. Penn- 
sylvania. A.B., Business Administration; Sigma 
Nu; Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment; Student Association; Group Leader; Foot- 
ball. 

HOLTON. STEPHEN D.. Charlottesville. A.B., 
Accounting; Sigma Pi. social chairman; Ac- 
counting Club; Queen's Guard. 
HOOKER. R. WILLARD. Williamsburg. A.B., 
Economics; Pi Lambda Phi. pledge trainer; Gen- 
eral Cooperative Committee; Student Associa- 
tion; Men's Dormitory Council; Group Leader; 
Interfraternity Council; Freshman Class Presi- 
dent; Track. 



HOPKINS, JOSEPH ANTHONY, Chester. B.S. . 
Mathematics; Pi Lambda Phi; Flat Hat; Cross 
Country; Track. 

HOSKINS, DONNA LYNN. Newport News. 
A.B., Government; Pi Beta Phi; Political Sci- 
ence Forum; Young Democrats; Colonial Echo; 
Student Association. 

HOWE, MARGARET LEIGH. Mt. Sidney. A.B., 
Psychology. 



HOWELL. ROBERT LYNDON, Alexandria, 
A.B.. Economics; Choir; Wesley Foundation. 
HOYLE. HENRY BOBBITT. Newport News. 
B.S.. Mathematics; Abelian Society. 
HUBER, MIRIAM SUE. Rustburg. A.B., Educa- 
tion; Alpha Chi Omega, vice president; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Orchesis; President Bryan Merit 
Scholarship; Tutorial Program. 



HUDSON, RONALD LARRY, Richmond, A.B,, 
Business Administration; Pi Lambda Phi; Band. 
HULSE. NANCY L., Richmond, A.B., Educa- 
tion; Flat Hat. typing editor, associate editor; 
Student Association, parliamentarian; Who's 
Who Among Students in American Universities 
and Colleges; Dupont Counselor; Virginia Asso- 
ciation of Student Governments; VASG News, 
editor, 

HUNT, ROBERT REED, Startex. South Caro- 
lina. A.B.. Psychology; Sigma Pi; ROTC; Young 
Republicans; Men's Dormitory Council. 



SENIORS 331 



HUNTER. BARBARA JEANNE, Falls Church. 
A.B.. Government; Theta Alpha Phi; Political 
Science Forum; William and Mary Theatre; 
Young Democrats, secretary-treasurer; WCWM 
Radio. 

HUTCHINGS, MICHAEL BALFOUR, Basing- 
stoke, England. A.B., Philosophy; International 
Circle; William and Mary Theatre; Young Demo- 
crats; Canterbury Club; Students for Liberal 
Action; Drapers Exchange Scholarship. 
ILSE, BARRY E.. Vestal, New York. A. B., Busi- 
ness Administration; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management; Lacrosse; Intramurals. 



IRWIN, SANDRA LYNNE. Livingston. New Jer- 
sey. A.B., Fine Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 
JACKSON, STEVEN LEON, Staunton. B.S., 
Mathematics; l-V Christian Fellowship; Men's 
Dormitory Council; Baseball: Intramurals. 
JACOBS, YETTA LEE, Hampton. A.B., En- 
glish; Eta Sigma Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Balfour- 
Hillel. secretary. 



JAMES, SALLY LEONARD, Hampton. A.B.. 
History; Kappa Alpha Theta; Lyon G. Tyler His- 
torical Society; Colonial Echo; Sponsor. 
JARVIS, THOMAS DESTRY, Glasgow. B.S., Bi- 
ology; Sigma Chi, house manager; Scabbard 
and Blade; Biology Club; Queen's Guard; ROTC; 
Group Leader. 

JENNINGS, BONNIE BROOKS, Newport News. 
A.B., English, 



JOHNSON, BARBARA ANNE, Portsmouth. 
A.B., Modern Languages; Kappa Kappa Gam- 
ma, pledge class president; French Club; Inter- 
national Circle; Spanish Club; Newman Club; 
Women's Dormitory Association; Sponsor; 
Women's Golf; Women's Dormitory Association 
Judicial Board. 

JOHNSON, LOIS WINN, Staunton. A.B., Psy- 
chology; Alpha Chi Omega, recording secretary; 
Choir; Chorus. 

JOHNSON, RUTH ANNE, Roanoke. A.B., Ed- 
ucation; Gamma Phi Beta, house president; Al- 
pha Lambda Delta; Kappa Delta Pi, member- 
ship chairman; Basketball; Intramurals. 





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Class of 1 969 



JONES, BRUCE ALAN, Pottstown, Pennsyl- 
vania. A.B., English, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, sec- 
retary; Sigma Delta Pi; ROTC; Spanish Club; 
Soccer; Intramurals. 

JORDAN, MARGARET MYERS, Emporia. A. B., 
Mathematics: Intramurals. 

JORDAN, NANCY MARIE, Newport News. 
A.B., Education; Sailing Association; Baptist 
Student Union; Sponsor; transferred from Chris- 
topher Newport College. 



JOYCE, JOHN MICHAEL, Windsor, Canada. 
A.B., Business Administration; Accounting 
Club; transferred from Christopher Newport 
College. 

JOYNER, CHANDLER H., Portsmouth. A.B.. 
Business Administration (Accountin g); Ac- 
counting Club. 

JUDY, HELEN LOUISE, Hampton. A.B.. Eco- 
nomics; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; 
William and Mary Review; Tutorial Program. 



KALEN, LINDA S., Arlington. B.S., Mathema- 
tics; Chi Omega; Abelian Society; Newman 
Club; Sponsor. 

KAPLAN, ROBERT RICHARD, Los Angeles, 
California. A.B., History; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
secretary, president; Backdrop Club; Group 
Leader; Parents' Day Committee. 
KAUFMAN, ROCHELLE, Wakefield. A.B., Edu- 
cation; Kappa Alpha Theta; Student Education 
Association; Young Democrats; Balfour-Hillel, 
secretary. 



KEATOR, PHILIP JOHN, Williamsburg. A.B., 
Business Administration; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management, treasurer. 
KEITER, JOHN WAVERLY, York, Pennsylvan- 
ia. A.B., History; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Omicron 
Delta Kappa; Lyon G. Tyler Historical Society; 
Board of Student Affairs; General Cooperative 
Committee; Student Association; President's 
Aide; Group Leader; Who's Who Among Stu- 
dents in American Universities and Colleges; Ju- 
nior Class President; Senior Class President; 
Dormitory Manager. 

KELLY, ROBERT FRANCIS, Silver Spring, 
Maryland. A.B., Economics; Kappa Sigma; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management; (n- 
terfraternity Council, treasurer; Basketball. 



SENIORS 333 



KESTENBAUM, THELDA M.. Culpeper. B.S.. 
Biology: Biology Club, vice president: Interna- 
tional Circle, historian; Sponsor; Tutorial Pro- 
gram; Botetourt Bibliographical Society. 
KIDD, MARY ELIZABETH, Colonial Heights. 
A.B., Education; Chorus; Student Education 
Association. 

KILGORE, DOROTHY JEAN, Wise. A.B., 
French; Kappa Delta; Pi Delta Phi; Colonial 
Echo; transferred from Clinch Valley College. 



KILMARTIN. TANITH, Lovingston. Education; 
Alpha Chi Omega, social chairman. 
KING, BARBARA ANNE. Virginia Beach. A.B., 
History; Kappa Alpha Theta. 

KIRKLEY, JOAN MARIE, Norfolk. A. B. , Mathe- 
matics; Student Education Association; Flat 
Hat; Student Association; Intramurals. 



KLINE, PHYLLIS ANN, Blacksburg. B.S., Bi- 
ology; Kappa Delta Pi; Biology Club, president; 
Women's Dormitory Association; Dormitory 
Counselor. 

KNAUPP, KATHRYN K., Bailey's Crossroads. 
A.B., Education; Pi Beta Phi, treasurer; Kappa 
Delta Pi. 

KNAUPP, ROBERT W., South Plainfield, New 
Jersey. A.B., Government; Sigma Nu, recorder; 
ROTC; Intramurals. 



KNIGHT, CAROL ANN, Chesapeake. A.B., 
Psychology; Kappa Delta. 

KNIGHT. RICHARD ERMES, Arlington. A.B., 
History; Debate Council; Political Science For- 
um; Young Democrats; Flat Hat; Student Asso- 
ciation; Group Leader; Football; Gymnastics. 
KNOTT, JUDY LANE, Martinsville. A.B., Ger- 
man; Alpha Chi Omega; International Circle; 
Flat Hat; Sponsor. 



KOEHLER, CAROLYN JEAN, Arlington. B.S., 
Chemistry; Phi Mu, pledge trainer; Chemistry 
Club; Choir; Westminster Fellowship, secretary; 
Sponsor. 

KOHLHAGEN, STEVEN WERNER, Williams- 
burg. A.B., Economics; Theta Delta Chi, treas- 
urer; Abelian Society; Group Leader. 
KORTE, DON WALKER, JR., Virginia Beach. 
B.S., Biology; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Phi Mu Alpha; 
Choir; Intramurals. 




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Class of 1 969 



KORTY, FREDERICK WILLI AM, R i v e r d a I e, 
Maryland. B.S., Physics; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Mu 
Alpha, secretary; Sigma Pi Sigma; Abelian Soci- 
ety; Backdrop Club; Band; Canterbury Club; In- 
tramurals. 

KRON, MARILYN M., Roslyn Heights, New 
York. A.B., English; Kappa Alpha Theta. treas- 
urer; Pi Delta Epsilon; Pi Delta Phi; WCWM Ra- 
dio. 



KRONE. JUDY LEE. Arlington. A.B.. Spanish; 
Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Delta Pi. president; In- 
ternational Circle; Spanish Club, president; 
Newman Club; Fencing Team. 

LACY, LINDA E.. Newport News. A.B., En- 
glish; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Cheerleaders. 



LAMM, BRIAN DAVID, Falls Church. A. B. . Ec- 
onomics; Phi Kappa Tau. 

LANE, DENIS KENNEDY, Alexandria. A.B., 
Education; Student Education Association; Wil- 
liam and Mary Theatre; Young Democrats; Flat 
Hat; Newman Club; Student Association; Men's 
Dormitory Council, president, treasurer; Group 
Leader; Students for Liberal Action; Intramur- 
als. 



LANGHORST, GAIL ANN, Bethlehem, Penn- 
sylvania. A.B.. Sociology and Anthropology; 
Gamma Phi Beta; Alpha Kappa Delta; Chorus; 
Sociology Club, vice president; William and 
Mary Review; Student Association. 
LANKFORD, PAUL GANDY, Franklin, A.B., 
English; Alpha Phi Omega, corresponding sec- 
retary; Choir; Baptist Student Union; Men's Dor- 
mitory Council. 



LARMORE, ELIZABETH W,, Newport News. 
A.B.. Education; Student Education Associa- 
tion; Intramurals; Tutorial Program. 
LARSON, KARIN LOU, Riverdale, Maryland. 
A.B.. History; Alpha Chi Omega, corresponding 
secretary; Mortar Board; Pi Delta Epsilon; Lyon 
G. Tyler Historical Society, secretary; Young 
Republicans; Colonial Echo, layout editor; Lu- 
theran Student Association; Student Associa- 
tion; Sponsor, assistant head; Who's Who 
Among Students in American Universities and 
Colleges. 



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Class of 1 969 



LAUTER, ROBERT W., Petersburg. A.B.. 
Government; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; transferred 
from Richard Bland College. 

LAWHORNE, CAROLYN F R A N C I S, Lynch- 
burg. A.B.. Education; Chi Omega; French 
Club: Student Education Association; Colonial 
Echo; Sweetheart of Pi Kappa Alpha; Miss Wil- 
liam and Mary Finalist; Intramurals; transferred 
from Lynchburg College. 



LAWRENCE. JAMES M.. JR., Crittenden. 
A.B., Sociology; transferred from Elon College. 
LAWSON, RICHARD COOPER. Perry , Georgia. 
A.B., Business Administration (Management); 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, recording secretary; Society 
for the Advancement of Management; Colonial 
Echo; Student Association; Group Leader. 



LEE, GEORGE R., Alexandria. A.B., Govern- 
ment; Circle K; International Circle; Lyon G. 
Tyler Historical Society; Young Democrats; 
transferred from University of Virginia. 
LEE, RONALD EDWIN, Chesapeake. A.B., 
History; Sigma Nu, vice president; Football, 
Basketball, and Baseball Trainer. 



LEHIGH, JOHN, Hanover, Pennsylvania. B.S., 
Chemistry; l-v Christian Fellowship; Chess 
Club, president; Tutorial Program. 
LEIDY, JOAN GARNER, Heidelberg, Germany. 
B.S., Physics; French Club; Sailing Association; 
Newman Club; transferred from Mary Washing- 
ton College. 

LEONARD, MELANIE R., Morrisville, Pennsyl- 
vania. A.B., Fine Arts; Alpha Chi Omega; New- 
man Club; Gymnastics; Intramurals. 



LEWIS, WANDA, Natural Bridge. A.B., Sociol- 
ogy; Freshman Cheerleader. 

LIPSEY, CHRISTOPHER M., Annandale. A.B., 
Sociology; Alpha Phi Omega; ROTC; Alpha 
Kappa Delta. 

LITTLEJOHN, ALBERT C, JR., Charlotte, 
North Carolina. A.B., Theatre and Speech; Pi 
Delta Epsilon, president; Queens Guard; Colo- 
nial Echo; WCWM Radio, popular music direc- 
tor, news director; Distinguished Military Stu- 
dent. 




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LOCKARD. THOMAS W.. Newport News. 
A.B., Business Administration; Circle K; Soci- 
ety for the Advancement of Management; 
transferred from Christopher Nevyport College. 
LONG. BRUCE B.. Warsaw. A.B., Business 
Administration; Alpha Phi Omega; Choir, presi- 
dent; Queen's Guard; ROTC. 

LONG. NANCY O., Richmond. A.B., Govern- 
ment; Delta Omicron; Political Science Forum; 
Young Democrats; Orchestra; Parents' Day 
Committee, registration co-chairman; Honor 
Council Orientation Aide. 




LONG, WILLIAM IVEY, II, Rock Hill. South 
Carolina. A.B.. History; Circle K; Lyon G. Tyler 
Historical Society; Colonial Echo; William and 
Mary Review, art editor; Canterbury Club; Stu- 
dent Association, publicity chairman; Group 
Leader; Dormitory Manager; Botetourt Bibliog- 
raphical Society; College-Wide Program of 
Readings and Lectures, Executive Committee; 
Committee on Arts and Lectures. 
LOOKABILL, ROYCE GLENNWOOD, Pulaski. 
A.B.. Modern Languages; Sigma Delta Pi; 
Spanish Club, president; WCWM Radio; Men's 
Dormitory Council, secretary; Intramurals; Tu- 
torial Program. 

LOWE, WILLIAM C, Atlanta, Georgia. A.B., 
History; Sigma Chi; Lyon G. Tyler Historical 
Society; ROTC; Young Republicans. 



LUBELEY, MICHAEL D A V I D, Vienna. A.B., 
Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
president; Society for the Advancernent of 
Management; WCWM Radio; Newman Club; 
Group Leader; Interfraternity Council; Baseball; 
Dormitory Manager; Intramurals. 
LUCAS, DIANE ELIZABETH, Kettering, Ohio. 
A.B., Latin; Kappa Alpha Theta; Eta Sigma Phi, 
treasurer; Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. 
LUCKEY, DIANE, Richmond. B.S., Physics; 
Delta Delta Delta, treasurer; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Pi Sigma, secre- 
tary, president; Abelian Society. 




LUND. JEFFREY T., Larchmont, New York. 

A.B., English; Kappa Alpha. 

LUTHER, KENNETH, Newport News. A.B., 

History; transferred from Christopher Newport 

College. 

LUZINS. JURIS. Norfolk. A.B., Fine Arts; 

Track; Cross Country. 



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LYNN, BAMBI BRANHAM. Chester. B.S., 
Mathematics; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Sailing 
Association; Ftat Hat; Lacrosse. 
LYON, DAVID A., Petersburg. A.B., History; 
Lyon G. Tyler Historical Society, treasurer. 



MACKEY. SARA LEE, Richmond. AS. En- 
glish; William and Mary Review: Tutorial Pro- 
gram. 

MACLEAN, WILLIAM G.. Falls Church. A.B., 
Accounting; Sigma Pi; Scabbard and Blade, 
secretary; Accounting Club; ROTC; Society for 
the Advancement of Management; Men's Dor- 
mitory Council; Group Leader. 



MADISON. ALAN WAYNE. Palmyra. B,S. 
Physics; Fencing Club; Tutorial Program. 
MAEDER, SUSANNE RUTH. Richmond. B.S. 
Mathematics. 



MAIER. STEPHEN A.. Harrison, New Jersey. 

A.B.. Business Administration; Society for the 

Advancement of Management; Football; Intra- 

murals. 

MAJKA, THEOPHILE JOSEPH, Newport 

News. B.S., Physics; Pi Lambda Phi; Sigma Pi 

Sigma; Newman Club. 



MALLORY, SUSAN ANNE, Centereach. A.B., 
Sociology; Delta Delta Delta; Panhel; Alpha 
Kappa Delta, vice president; Newman Club; 
Women's Dormitory Association; Sponsor; Dor- 
mitory Counselor. 

MAPP, MARY LUCIE. Nassawadox, A,B,. 
French; Alpha Chi Omega, first vice president; 
Flat Hat; Intrarnurals. 



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Anthropology Club, vice 



MAPP, NANCY L.. 
and Anthropology; 
president. 

MARSH. LINDA RUTH, Canton, Massachu- 
setts. A.B., Mathematics; Chi Omega; Intramu- 
rals; Tutorial Program. 



MARSHALL. BEVERLEY WELLFORD. Glou- 
cester. A.B.. History; Lyon G. Tyler Historical 
Society; ROTC; Sailing Association; Flat Hat; 
Men's Dormitory Council; Intramurals. 
MARTIN. ARTHUR RAYMOND. RoCky Mount. 
A.B.. History; Lyon G. Tyler Historical Society, 
historian; Men's Dormitory Council; Intramu- 
rals; Tutorial Program; transferred from Fer- 
rum Junior College. 



MARTIN. EDWARD A., Falls Church. A.B.. 
Philosophy; Theta Alpha Phi. treasurer, vice 
president; Backdrop Club; William and Mary 
Theatre; Philosophy Club. 

MARVIN. EVERETT D.. Ill, Norman. Okla- 
homa A B.. Sociology; Pi Lambda Phi, rush 
chairman; Scabbard and Blade; Queen's Guard; 
ROTC; Flat Hat; Board of Student Affairs; Gen- 
eral Cooperative Committee; Student Associa- 
tion, president; President's Aide, chief; Men's 
Dormitory Council; Group Leader; Lacrosse; 
Who's Who Among Students in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges; Sophomore Class Presi- 
dent; Campus Improvement Committee; Aca- 
demic Affairs Committee. 



MASON. CLAIRE LOUISE. B o Vi/ I i n g Green. 
B.S.. Mathematics: Kappa Alpha Theta. 
MASON, JUDSON A.. Arlington. B.S., Biolo- 
gy; Sigma Nu; Trainer for Football and Wres- 
tling; transferred from Ferrum Junior College. 



MASSEY, THOMAS J., Richmond. A.B.. Phi- 
losophy; Circle K; Debate Council; William and 
Mary Theatre; Westminster Fellowship; Stu- 
dent Association; Group Leader. 
MASTERS, MARY ELIZABETH. Phoenixville, 
Pennsylvania. A.B., Sociology; Delta Delta 
Delta. 



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MATISH. JOHN C 

tory; Sigma Nu. 

MAUCK. ELLEN DOUGLAS 

Mathematics. 

MAXFIELD, RUSSELL ANDREW, Norfolk. 

A.B.. Business Administration; ROTO. 



L u r a y. B.S.. 



MAY. JAMES T., Virginia Beach. B.S.. Biolo- 
gy: Sigma Pi. 

McCARROLL. ROBERT STACY. Springfield. 
Massachusetts. A.B., Government: Colonial 
Echo: Men's Dormitory Council: Group Leader: 
Tutorial Program. 

McGUIRE, MARTHA. Arlington. A.B., History: 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; International Circle: Stu- 
dent Association: Sponsor. 



MclNDOE. LINDA MAE, Richmond. A.B., 
Mathematics: Kappa Kappa Gamma, corre- 
sponding secretary, pledge trainer; Alpha 
Lambda Delta, secretary; A b e I i a n Society, 
president: Women's Dormitory Association, 
Rules Change Committee; Sponsor; Honor 
Council Orientation Aide. 

McKINNON. WILLIAM H. , A. B. , Business Ad- 
ministration; Kappa Alpha; Society for the 
Advancement of Management; William and 
Mary Theatre: Football. 

Mclaughlin, robert edward, jr., a.b.. 
Education; Kappa Alpha: ROTC: Football. 




Mcpherson, timothy charles, Arling- 
ton. A.B.. Business Adrninistration (Manage- 
ment): Lambda Chi Alpha, vice president: So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management; 
Newman Club; Group Leader; intramurals. 
MEHRING, WALTER HENRY. C o v e s v i I I e. 
A.B.. Psychology. 

METCALF, WALTER BRADFORD, III, Fond 
du Lac. Wisconsin. A.B., Psychology; Psychol- 
ogy Club; Young Democrats; Young Republi- 
cans; Colonial Echo; Westminster Fellowship; 
Student Association; Men's Dormitory Council, 
secretary, treasurer; Housing Committee, co- 
chairman. 




340 SENIORS 




Class of 1 969 



MILLER. ANN SHELDON, Falls Church. A. B. . 
Education: Kappa Kappa Gamma; Chorus; 
Young Republicans: Intramurals. 
MILLER. ARTHUR S.. I II . V i r g i n i a Beach. 
AS. Government; Sigma Phi Epsilon. corre- 
sponding secretary; WCWM Radio; Group 
Leader. 

MILLER. CARL KLAUDER. JR.. Doylestown. 
Pennsylvania. A.B.. Government. 



Vienna. B.S., Chemistry; 



MILLER, LYNN. 
Chemistry Club. 
MILLER. RICHARD WILLIAM. Moline. Illinois. 
B.S.. Biology; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

MILLER. SUE FLETCHER. Norfolk. A.B.. Mu- 
sic; Kappa Delta; Alpha Lambda Delta; Delta 
Omicron. president; Choir, accompanist; Cho- 
rus, accompanist; Committee on Arts and Lec- 
tures; Intramurals. 



MILLER. SUSAN AVERILL. Greenwich, Con- 
necticut. A.B.. Psychology: Kappa Alpha 
Theta: transferred from University of Connecti- 
cut. 

MILLER, THOMAS IRVIN, Berlin. Pennsyl- 
vania. A.B.. English; Pi Delta Epsilon; Alpha Phi 
Omega; Backdrop Club: William and Mary The- 
atre; Young Americans for Freedom; Young 
Republicans: Colonial Echo, administration and 
faculty editor; Committee on Arts and Lec- 
tures; Botetourt Bibliographical Society. 
MITCHELL, JACQUELINE SUE, Alexandria. 
B.S., Mathematics; Kappa Delta: French Club; 
International Circle; Sailing Association; Colo- 
nial Echo; Flat Hat: Tennis; Hockey. 




MOFFITT, SUSAN E.. Smithfield. A.B.. Edu- 
cation; Sigma Delta Pi, secretary; Chorus; 
Spanish Club; Student Education Association. 
MONAHAN. MICHAEL JOSEPH, Williams- 
burg. A.B.. Sociology and Anthropology: 
Queens Guard; ROTC. 

MONTGOMERY. WILLIAM H., Milford. New 
Jersey. A.B.. Business Administration (Man- 
agement); Society for the Advancement of 
Management: Intramurals. 



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Class of 1 969 



MOORE, AMY E.. Williamsburg. A.B., Educa- 
tion; transferred from Longwood College. 
MOORE. DONALD W.. Virginia Beach. A.B., 
English; Phi Kappa Tau. secretary. 
MOORE. JOHN NOELL. Rocky Mount. A B.. 
English; Men's Dormitory Council; transferred 
from Ferrum Junior College. 



MOORE. MICHAEL B.. Maiden. Massachu- 
setts. A B . Government; ROTC. 
MOORE. SUSAN J., Chesapeake. AS.. An- 
cient Languages; Alpha Chi Omega, treasurer; 
Eta Sigma Phi; WCWM Radio. 



MOORE. WILLIAM H., Hampton. A.B.. Gov- 
ernment; Lyon G. Tyler Historical Society, trea- 
surer; Political Science Forum; Young Demo- 
crats, president; Students for Liberal Action; 
transferred from University of Maryland. 
MORDEN, MARY LOUISE. Bad Axe. Michi- 
gan. B.S.. Biology (Pre-Med); Pi Beta Phi; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Mortar Board; Backdrop Club; 
Biology Club; Sailing Association; Skin Diving 
Club; William and Mary Theatre; WCWM Radio; 
Fencing; Who's Who Among Students in Amer- 
ican Universities and Colleges. 



MORGAN. THOMAS E . A n n a n d a I e. B.S.. 
Physics; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

MORIARTY. BARBARA W.. Arlington. A.B.. 
History; Kappa Alpha Theta. vice president; 
Newman Club. 

MORRIS. ALETHIA ANN, Richmond. A.B.. 
English; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Chamber Or- 
chestra; Choir; Chorus; Westminster Fellow- 
ship; Sponsor. 



MORRIS, JOYCE ANN. Dendron. A.B.. Soci- 
ology; transferred from Richmond Professional 
Institute. 

MORRIS. MARY CASSANDRA. Wa k ef i e Id. 
A.B.. Anthropology; Anthropology Club, presi- 
dent. 

MORRIS, ROBERT FRANKLIN. Salisbury, 
Maryland. A.B.. Sociology and Anthropology; 
Sigma Phi Epsiloh; Gymnastics, captain; Gym- 
nastics Club, president; Anthropology Club. 




342 SENIORS 




MORRIS, WILLIAM DWIGHT, Arlington. B.S., 
Physics; Sigma Pi Sigma, treasurer; Abelian So- 
ciety; Backdrop Club; William and Mary The- 
atre. 

MORTON, TERRY ALAN, Scotch Plains, New 
Jersey. A.B.. Physical Education; Kappa Alpha, 
secretary; Football. 




MOWEN, JOHN C Waynesboro. A.B., Psy- 
chology; Pi Lambda Phi; Scabbard and Blade; 
Psychology Club; ROTC; Interfraternity Coun- 
cil; Commander ROTC Brigade; Intramurals. 
MUENCH, JEAN A,, Alexandria. B.S.. Phys- 
ics; Chi Delta Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Pi 
Sigma; Chorus; Westminster Fellowship; Intra- 
murals. 



MURRAY, ALLAN, Michigan City, I n d i 3 n a. 
A.B.. Philosophy; Sigma Phi Epsilon, secretary; 
ROTC; Board of Student Affairs; General Coop- 
erative Committee; Student Association; Pres- 
idents Aide; Men's Honor Council, secretary, 
chairman; Distinguished Military Student; 
Who's v^^ho Among Students in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges. 

MURRAY, DWIGHT WEYMEYER, South Bos- 
ton. A.B,, Business Administration; ROTC; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management; 
Young Democrats; Intramurals. 

NACHMAN, H. DUDLEY, JR , , R i C h m o n d, 
A B , History; Pi Lambda Phi; Queen's Guard; 
ROTC. 



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Class of 1 969 

NANCE, GEORGE L.. JR.. Fredericksburg 
B.S.. Biology; Phi Kappa Tau, pledge class 
president, vice president: Omicron Delta Kap- 
pa; General Cooperative Committee; Mens 
Dormitory Council: Group Leader; Interfraterni- 
ty Council, vice president, president; Dormito- 
ry Manager; Who's Who Among Students in 
American Universities and Colleges. 
NANCE. GERALD N.. Arlington. A.B.. Physi- 
cal Education; Phi Kappa Tau. rush chairman. 
vice president; P.E. Majors Club, president; 
Canterbury Club. 

NEBLETT. RONALD W. . L y n c h b u r g. A.B., 
Business Administration (Accounting); Sigma 
Nu; Accounting Club, vice president: Freshman 
Basketball, manager; Intramurals. 



NECSARY. JUDITH A.. Tazewell. B.S.. Phys- 
ics: Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Pi Sigma, sec- 
retary; Abelian Society; International Circle. 
NELMS. ANN SCOTT. Vinton. A.B.. Fine Arts; 
Chi Omega, vice president; Women's Dormitory 
Association: Dormitory Counselor: Who's Who 
Among Students in American Universities and 
Colleges; ROTC Ball Queen; Miss William and 
Mary Finalist. 

NEWMAN. JAMES AUSTIN. Roanoke. A.B.. 
Economics: Kappa Sigma; Group Leader. 







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NEWMAN. MARY ELLEN. Williamsburg. A.B.. 
Fine Arts; Kappa Delta; Theta Alpha Phi: Back- 
drop Club, secretary, assistant director, presi- 
dent; William and Mary Theatre; NevA/man Club. 
NEWTON. WILLIAM J.. King George. B.S.. 
Physical Education; P.E. Majors Club; Baseball, 
assistant coach. 

NICHOLAS. JOHN RICHARDS. W e s t w o o d. 
New Jersey. A.B.. Government. 



NININGER. JENNY E.. Roanoke. B.S.. Mathe- 
matics; Abelian Society: Baptist Student 
Union. 

NUCKOLS. MICHAEL A.. Portsmouth. A.B.. 
Business Administration; Sigma Chi; Queen's 
Guard: ROTC: Society for the Advancement of 
Management: WCWM Radio, director of traffic 
and continuity: Wesley Foundation; Student 
Committee on Arts and Lectures. 
NUGENT. THOMAS P., Alexandria. A.B., Psy- 
chology; Psychology Club; Newman Club: 
Track. 




3AA SENIORS 




ONDERDONK, JAMES C. JR. , Newport News. 
A.B.. History; Sigma Nu; ROTC; Intramurals. 
O'NEIL. RICHARD ALAN, Washington, D.C. 
A.B., Philosophy; Sigma Phi E p s I I o n. rush 
chairman; Student Association; Group Leader; 
intramurals. 

ORWIG, CAROL JANE, Richmond. A.B., An- 
cient Languages. 



OUTTEN, MARGARET WEST. Exmore. A.B.. 
Education. 

OWEN, MARILYN JEAN. Norfolk. B.S.. Chem- 
istry. 

PADGETT, CAREY JUDSON. JR.. Richmond. 
A.B.. History: Pi Kappa Alpha; transferred from 
Virginia Commonwealth University. 



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PARKER. MICHAEL D.. Bedford. B.S., Biolo- 
gy; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

PASTORE. MARY MARGARET. R i c h m o n d. 
A.B., English; Alpha Chi Omega. 
PERILLO. PETER A.. Perth Amboy, New Jer- 
sey. A.B., Economics; Newman Club; Intramu- 
rals. 



PERKINS, COLLEEN KAPPES. R i c h m o n d. 
A.B., Fine Arts; Orchesis, secretary; trans- 
ferred from Radford College. 

PERKINSON, JEAN MARIE, Richmond. A.B., 
Psychology. 

PEYRONNET, CAROLYN, Richmond. A.B., 
Latin; Phi Mu. secretary, president: Eta Sigma 
Phi. 



SENIORS 345 



PHILIPS. HENRY H., Richmond. A.B., Busi- 
ness Adnninistration (Accounting); Phi Kappa 
Tau. treasurer: Accounting Club, president; In- 
tramurals. 

PHILLIPS, CARSON RENEE, Sterling. A.B., 
Sociology; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Beta Kap- 
pa; Theta Alpha Phi; Backdrop Club, treasurer; 
\A/illiam and Mary Theatre; Alpha Kappa Delta. 
PHILLIPS, LINDA LEA, Petersburg. A.B., En- 
glish; Backdrop Club; Flat Hat. 



PHILLIPS, RONALD WILLIAM, Newport 
News. A.B., Fine Arts; International Circle; Sail- 
ing Association; William and Mary Review. 
PIERCE, REBECCA GAYLE, Roanoke. A.B., 
Education; Kappa Alpha Theta, corresponding 
secretary; Chorus; WCWM Radio; Sponsor. 
PITTS, KATHERINE ADELAIDE, Richmond. 
A.B., History; Chi Omega; International Circle; 
Student Education Association; Colonial Echo; 
Baptist Student Union; Tutorial Program; Wom- 
en's Recreation Association Manager. 



PITZER, NANCY LUPTON, Lynchburg. B.S., 
Biology; Pi Beta Phi; Delta Omicron; Band; Bi- 
ology Club; Lutheran Student Association. 
POARCH, DANA ELIZABETH, P e t e r s b u rg. 
A.B., Philosophy; Delta Delta Delta. 
POLLARD, JOSEPH LAWRENCE, Arlington. 
B.S., Biology (Pre-Med); Alpha Phi Omega, sec- 
ond vice president; Sailing Association. 



POLLARD, MELISSA DEA, Vienna. A.B., His- 
tory; Alpha Chi Omega, vice president; Flat 
Hat; Sponsor. 

POLLARD, ROBERT D., Norwalk, Connecti- 
cut. A.B., History; Alpha Phi Omega, historian, 
vice president; ROTO; Rifle Team, co-captain. 
POLLOCK, FRANCES, Virginia Beach. A.B., 
Government; Kappa Alpha Theta, recording 
secretary; Student Association; Junior Class 
Secretary -Treasurer. 



POOLE, MICHAEL E., Falls Church. A. B., Gov- 
ernment; Alpha Phi Omega, historian; Political 
Science Forum; Alpha Kappa Delta. 
POTTER, RICHARD BOWEN, Springfield. 
A.B., History; Kappa Sigma, house manager; 
Scabbard and Blade, president; ROTC; Young 
Republicans; Men's Dormitory Council; La- 
crosse. 

PRESCOTT, GEORGIA ANN, W i 1 1 1 a m sb urg. 
B.S.. Biology; Gamma Phi Beta. 




346 SENIORS 




Class of 1 969 



PRICE. MARY RUTH, Stanley. A.B.. Educa- 
tion; Chi Omega; Majorettes; Greek Queen 
Court; Intramurals. 

PRICE, WILLIAM PIERCE, Sussex. A.B., Busi- 
ness Management; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management; Intramurals. 



PRICKETT, RAYMOND MASON, Metuchen, 
New Jersey. A.B., History; Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon; Lyon G. Tyler Historical Society; Student 
Education Association; Track; Football. 
PULLEY, JUDITH, Burke. A.B., History; Eta 
Sigma Phi; Young Democrats; Women's Dormi- 
tory Association; Counselor; Tutorial Program. 



PULLIAM, KAY MAHAN, Roanoke. A.B., His- 
tory; Wesley Foundation; Tutorial Program. 
QUAINTANCE, JOHN W., A r I i n g t o n. A.B., 
Government; Sigma Pi, corresponding secre- 
tary. 



QUILLEN, SHARON, Gate City. A.B., Sociolo- 
gy; Pi Beta Phi; International Circle; Young 
Democrats; Sociology Club; Tutorial Program. 
RAMSEY, ELIZABETH COURTENAY, Char- 
lotte Court House. A.B., History; Gamma Phi 
Beta; Mortar Board, editor; Lyon G. Tyler His- 
torical Society; Student Association, secretary; 
Who's Who Among Students in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges; Honor Council Orienta- 
tion Aide; Parents' Day Committee, registration 
co-chairman; Women's Recreation Association; 
Intramurals. 



PAPER, AUBREY LEIGH, Chesapeake. A.B., 

Sociology; Phi Kappa Tau; Psychology Club; 

Sociology Club. 

RAYNE, PATRICIA INEZ, Cape Charles. A.B., 

Education; Delta Omicron; Backdrop Club; 

Choir; Chorus; transferred from Ferrum Junior 

College. 



SENIORS 347 



REED, MYER STRATTON, JR. , L a c r o s s e. 
A.B., Sociology; Alpha Kappa Delta; Circle K, 
social chairman: Sociology Club, president. 
REED. ROBERT MACLINDEN , Newport News. 
A.B., History. 

REEDER, SHARON ROSALIE, Williamsburg. 
A.B., Sociology; Chi Omega; Newman Club; 
Student Association; transferred from Roanoke 
College. 



REPKA, RONNEE RAE, Philadelphia, Pennsyl- 
vania. A.B., English; Chi Delta Phi, vice presi- 
dent; Delta Omicron, historian; Chamber Or- 
chestra; William and Mary String Quartet. 
RHEA, HELEN WALLIS, Fairfax. B.S., Chem- 
istry; Gamma Phi Beta; Alpha Lambda Delta. 
RHEM, JAMES LOUIS, Marion, Kentucky. 
A.B., English; transferred from Murray State 
University. 



RHODY, CLARENCE DEAN, Newport News. 
A.B.. English; ROTC; Sailing Association, com- 
modore; Sailing, captain. 

RIORDAN, MARGARET ROSANNE. Atlanta, 
Georgia. A.B., Fine Arts; Chi Omega; Young 
Republicans; Colonial Echo; Newman Club. 
RIPY, BRUCE JOHNSON, Laurel, Maryland. 
A.B., Geology; Sigma Phi Epsilon, vice presi- 
dent. 



RITCHIE, EDWARD J.. JR., Hampton. A.B.. 
Psychology; Pi Lambda Phi; Newman Club, 
vice president; Group Leader. 

RIVES, MARY SHANNON. Fieldale. A.B.. En- 
glish; Chorus; Sponsor; transferred from West- 
hampton Junior College. 

RIZZO, ROBERT DANIEL, Jacksonville, North 
Carolina. A.B., Business Administration; Pi 
Kappa Alpha; Society for the Advancement of 
Management; Fellowship of Christian Athletes; 
Golf. 




348 SENIORS 




Class of 1 969 

ROAKES. SAMUEL EDWARD, JR., Miami, 
Florida. A.B., Economics; Alpha Phi Omega; 
International Circle; Political Science Forum; 
ROTC; Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement; Flat Hat; Group Leader. 
ROBBINS, CHRISTOPHER JOHN, Williams- 
burg. A.B.. Theatre: Theta Alpha Phi; Back- 
drop Club; William and Mary Theatre. 
ROBERSON. JAMES MONROE, Wise. A.B., 
Sociology; Kappa Alpha; Football; Fellowship 
of Christian Athletes. 

ROBERTS. AUSTIN L., W a s h i n g t o n. D,C. 
A.B., Business Administration (Accounting); 
Sigma Phi Epsilon; Accounting Club; Society 
for the Advancement of Management: Young 
Republicans; Student Association; Men's Dor- 
mitory Council. 

ROBERTS, DONALD RAY, Roanoke. A.B., En- 
glish; Theta Delta Chi: Omicron Delta Kappa; 
Pi Delta Epsilon; Colonial Echo, administration 
and faculty editor, editor-in-chief; William and 
Mary Review; Who's Who Among Students in 
American Universities and Colleges. 
ROBERTS, PAMELA JEAN, Arlington. A.B., 
Fine Arts; Delta Delta Delta, pledge class pres- 
ident, social chairman; Mortar Board; Fresh- 
man Cheerleaders, co-captain; International 
Circle, president: William and Mary Theatre; 
WCWM Radio; Student Association; Freshman 
Class Secretary-Treasurer; Sophomore Class 
Secretary-Treasurer; Honor Council Orientation 
Aide; Sponsor; Who's Who Among Students in 
American Universities and Colleges. 



ROGERS, FRANCES KATHRYN, W i I I i a m s- 
burg. A.B., History; Lyon G. Tyler Historical 
Society; Day Student Assembly; transferred 
from Randolph-Macon Woman's College. 
ROGOWSKI, ELIZABETH DOROTHY, Arling- 
ton. A.B., Sociology; Phi Beta Kappa; Flat Hat; 
Alpha Kappa Delta; Forge Coffeehouse, chair- 
man. 

ROHR, DAVID MALCOLM, Portsmouth. B.S., 
Geology; Lyon G. Tyler Historical Society; 
ROTC; Dormitory Manager, 



ROSSING, BOYD E., Laurel, Maryland. A.B., 
Philosophy; Pi Lambda Phi; Delta Sigma Rho- 
Tau Kappa Alpha; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta 
Sigma: Debate Council; ROTC: Group Leader. 
ROWE, STEPHEN FRENCH. Pembroke. A.B., 
Business Administration (Accounting); Pi 
Lambda Phi; Accounting Club; Flat Hat, 
ROYALL, MILDRED PITTS, W 1 1 1 i a m s b u rg. 
A.B., Fine Arts; Colonial Echo; Christian Sci- 
ence Organization, president. 



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Class of 1 969 



RUMBURG. KENNETH NEIL, Stuarts Draft. 
B.S.. Biology: Phi Mu Alpha. 

RUNYON, JAMES DOUGLAS, North Babylon, 
New York. A.B., Business Management; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon, comptroller; Phi Eta Sigma; Gym- 
nastics. 



RYAN, GILES SANDFORD, Newport News. 
A.B., History. 

SAGER, GARY LEE, Mt. Jackson. B.S., Math- 
ematics; Intramurals. 



SALISBURY, DANIEL E.. Falls Church. A.B., 
Business Administration (Accounting); Ac- 
counting Club; Intramurals. 

SALLEY, MARY CARRINGTON , C O I u m b i a. 
South Carolina. A.B.. Government; Chi Omega, 
social chairman; Orchesis; Young Democrats; 
Young Republicans, secretary; Flat Hat, pro- 
duction editor, make-up editor; Newman Club. 



SAMPSELLE. ANNA ALICE, Newport News. 
B.S., Mathematics. 

SCHEMERING, MICHAEL E., Arlington. B.S., 
Physical Education; Newman Club; Basketball; 
transferred from Frederick College. 



SCHLEIF, PETER R., South Plainfield, New 
Jersey. A.B., Business Administration (Ac- 
counting); Pi Lambda Phi; Accounting Club. 
secretary-treasurer; ROTC; Soccer, captain. 
SCHMITZ, MARY CHRISTINE, Richmond. 
B.S., Mathematics; Kappa Delta, social chair- 
man; Pi Delta Epsilon. secretary: Colonial Echo; 
Flat Hat, assistant sports editor, assistant fea- 
ture editor, feature editor, associate editor; 
Newman Club, publicity chairman; Student As- 
sociation; Sponsor; Panhel; Honor Council 
Orientation Aide. 




350 SENIORS 




SCHMOE. SUWANNEE ALLVEA, Q u i t m a n, 
Georgia. A.B.. History; Tennis; Intramurals. 
SCHOALES, GARY PARKER, H u n t i n g t o n. 
New York. A.B., History; transferred from Milli- 
gan College. 

SCHUELER. LINDA LEE. WOOdStOwn. New 
Jersey. A.B., Theatre and Speech: Theta Alpha 
Phi, social chairman; Backdrop Club; Chorus; 
William and Mary Theatre; Young Republicans. 



SCHUTZ, HENRY AUGUST. Ill, Falls Church. 
A.B., Business Administration (Management); 
Sigma Nu; ROTC; Society for the Advancement 
of Management: Football; Intramurals. 
SCHWARTZMAN. CHARLES JOHN, Hamp- 
ton. A.B., History: Theta Delta Chi; Queen's 
Guard: ROTC; Newman Club. 

SCOTT, CAROLYN E. , Richmond. B.S. , Chem- 
istry; Pi Beta Phi; Chemistry Club; Choir. 



SEABRIGHT, ALICE LUPTON, Winchester. 
A.B., Sociology and Anthropology: Alpha Kap- 
pa Delta. 

SHACKELFORD, DAVID LEE, L y n c h b u r g. 
A.B., History; Group Leader; Dormitory Mana- 
ger. 

SHAW, STEPHEN R., Fairfield. Connecticut. 
A.B., History; Lambda Chi Alpha; Skin Diving 
Club. 



SHEEHY, COLEMAN M., JR., R i c h m o h d. 
A.B., Business Administration (Accounting); 
Accounting Club; Queen's Guard: ROTC: New- 
man Club. 

SHERMAN, CHRISTOPHER BARNES, Nor- 
wood, Ohio. A.B., History: Sigma Pi, house 
manager; Omicron Delta Kappa: Pi Delta Epsi- 
lon; Flat Hat, copy editor, editorial editor, edi- 
tor-in-chief; Board of Student Affairs; Presi- 
dent's Aide: Group Leader; Dance Committee; 
Who's Who Among Students in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges. 

SHEWMAKER, CAROL FERN, Alexandria. 
A.B., English; Kappa Alpha Theta; Chi Delta 
Phi, president; Theta Alpha Phi; Backdrop 
Club: Chorus: William and Mary Theatre. 



SHICK, J. MALCOLM, Fdlls Church. B.S., Bi- 
ology; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Sailing Association. 
SHIELDS, CHRISTINE HALL, Cedar Rapids, 
Iowa. A.B.. Education; Delta Delta Delta; Kap- 
pa Delta Pi; Mermettes. 

SHIELDS, THOMAS J.. Richmond, Indiana. 
A.B., History; Sigma Pi; Newman Clubi Student 
Association; Interfraternity Council. 



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SICKLES. BARBARA JOAN, Wil 
A.B., English; Gamma Phi Beta. 
SIKORA. JAMES. Poquoson. B.S.. Topical Sci- 
ence; transferred from Christopher Newport 
College. 

SILLS. RICHARD EDWARD, Newport News. 
A.B., Geology; Kappa Alpha; ROTC; Intra- 
murals. 



SIMONSON. MARTHA SUSAN. Williamsburg. 
A.B., Education; Sponsor; Students for Liberal 
Action; transferred from University of South 
Carolina. 

SIMPKINS. FRED CRAWFORD, Fishersvilie. 
B.S.. Chemistry; Sigma Pi; Chemistry Club; 
Colonial Echo; Flat Hat; Mens Dormitory Coun- 
cil; Interfraternity Council. 

SINGLETON, WILLIAM ARNOLD, Burke. 
A.B., Economics; Theta Delta Chi. house man- 
ager; Young Democrats; Soccer; Tutorial Pro- 
gram. 



SKEEN, SANDRA LOU. Rosedale. A.B.. An- 
cient Languages; Kappa Delta, corresponding 
secretary; International Circle; Eta Sigma Phi; 
Tutorial Program. 

SKILLMAN. SHARYN HOPE. Williamsburg. 
A.B.. Education; Pi Beta Phi. 

SLAUSON. PATSY VIRGINIA, Williamsburg. 
B.S.. Biology. 



SMALL, SUSAN HOLMES, Suffolk. A.B.. Ed- 
ucation; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Chorus; Stu- 
dent Education Association; Christian Science 
Organization; Student Association; Women's 
Honor Council, secretary, vice chairman; Miss 
William and Mary Finalist: Homecoming Court; 
ROTC Court: Homecoming Queen; Tutorial Pro- 
gram; Who's Who Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges. 

SMEDS, RUSSELL L., Williamsburg. A. B.. 
Geology; ROTC; Society for the Advancement 
of Management; WCWM Radio; Student Asso- 
ciation; Day Student Association, treasurer. 
SMITH, BARBARA ANN, Colonial Heights. 
A.B., Psychology; Delta Delta Delta. 





352 SENIORS 




SMITH, CYNTHIA SUE, Fincastle. A.B., So- 
ciology and Anthropology; Kappa Delta, vice 
president; French Club; Colonial Echo; Flat 
Hat. 

SMITH. DONNA WINDSOR. Williamsburg. 
A.B.. Education; transferred from Christopher 
Newport College. 

SMITH. DORA JEAN, Washington, D.C. A.B.. 
Education; Gamma Phi Beta, vice president; 
Eta Sigma Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Flat Hat: New- 
man Club; Women's Recreation Association. 



SMITH, KENNETH E., JR., Richmond. B.S.. 
Psychology; Phi Kappa Tau, president; Psy- 
chology Club; Colonial Echo, fraternity editor; 
Group Leader. 

SMITH. STEPHEN KEESE. JR.. AltaVista. 
A.B., Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha, 
historian, president; ROTC; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management; Colonial Echo; Dis- 
tinguished Military Student. 

SMOCK, BARBARA L O U I S E. Williamsburg. 
A.B., History. 



SOTER. ROBERT WILSON. Hampton. A.B., 
Sociology; Lambda Chi Alpha, vice president; 
Newman Club, president; Group Leader; Col- 
lege-Wide Reading Program. 

SOTHORON. MARGARET BENNETT, Lexing- 
ton Park, Maryland. A.B.. English; Kappa Kap- 
pa Gamma, vice president. 

SOUTHERLAND, HUGH BARRY, Arlington. 
B.S., Biology; Phi Kappa Tau, house manager; 
Biology Club; Intramurals. 



SPADY. DENARD CHARLES. Townsend. 
A.B.. Business Management; Alpha Phi Omega; 
Choir, stage manager; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management. 

SPAULDING, DAVID LEE, JR.. Annandale. 
A.B., Philosophy; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Sailing As- 
sociation; WCWM Radio; Student Association; 
Group Leader. 

SPENCE, JANE MARIE, Arlington. B.S.. Biol- 
ogy; Biology Club, secretary; Young Republi- 
cans; Newman Club; Intrarnurals. 




SENIORS 353 




SPENGEMAN, DONALD, Atlantic Highlands, 
New Jersey. B.S., Biology; Sigma Chi; Biology 
Club; Young Republicans; Colonial Echo. 
SPIVEY. LUD LORENZO. Carrsville. A.B., So- 
ciology; transferred from Ferrum Junior Col- 
lege. 

SPURLING, RICHARD DUDLEY. St. George, 
Bermuda. A.B.. Business Administration; Sig- 
ma Phi Epsilon; Society for the Advancement 
of Management; Gymnastics; Gymnastics 
Club, treasurer. 



STAFFORD. MARY LOUISE. Roanoke. A.B., 
French. 

STANTON. ROBERT EMMET, Bay Village, 
Ohio. A.B., English; Young Democrats; New- 
man Club; Intramurals. 

STEMPLE, SALLIE ELIZABETH, Falls 
Church. B.S., Psychology; Kappa Kappa Gam- 
ma; Alpha Lambda Delta, president; Chi Delta 
Phi; Mortar Board; Phi Beta Kappa; Choir; Cho- 
rus; Psychology Club; Young Democrats; West- 
minster Fellowship; Exchange Student to Uni- 
versity of Exeter; Who's Who Among Students 
in American Universities and Colleges. 



STERLING, MALCOLM P., Baltimore, Mary- 
land. B.S., Biology; Backdrop Club; William and 
Mary Theatre; transferred from Wesley Col- 
lege. 

STEVENS, KENT McNEIL, Narrows. B.S., 
Psychology; Phi Kappa Tau; Circle K; Psychol- 
ogy Club; Tennis; Intramurals. 
STITH, FLORA L., Richmond. A. B., French; 
Phi Mu. mernbership director; French Club. 




354 SENIORS 




Class of 1 969 



S TONER, WILLIAM PATRICK, Woodstock. 
A.B., Theatre and Speech; Theta Alpha Phi, 
president; Backdrop Club; William and Mary 
Theatre; Flat Hat; WCWM Radio; Student As- 
sociation; Group Leader. 

STREETMAN, LARRY EUGENE, ColumbuS, 
Ohio. A.B., Theatre and Speech; Backdrop 
Club, publicity director; Psychology Club; Wil- 
liam and Mary Theatre, box office manager; 
WCWM Radio; Men's Dormitory Council. 
STUART, JOHN MICHAEL, Richmond. A.B., 
French; Pi Delta Phi. treasurer, president; Wil- 
liam and Mary Theatre. 



SUNDIN, LINDA ELLIOTT, Hampton. A.B.. 
Education; Kappa Kappa Gamnna. recording 
secretary; International Circle; Sailing Associa- 
tion; Intramurals. 

SWEARINGEN, SUSAN LEIGH, Danville. A.B., 
Education; Kappa Alpha Theta; Sponsor. 
SWEENEY, REBECCA, Arlington. A.B., Histo- 
ry; Alpha Chi Omega, house president; Spon- 
sor. 



SYKES, SAM JONES, III , Virginia Beach. A. B.. 
French; Pi Delta Phi, secretary; Tutorial Pro- 
gram. 

TARPLEY, MARILYN SUE, Richmond. A.B., 
Sociology; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Alpha Kappa 
Delta; Westminster Fellowship; Student Asso- 
ciation; Sponsor; Intramurals. 

TATUM, JAMES LUTHER, Suffolk. B.S., Bi- 
ology; Sigma Chi; Biology Club. 



TAYLOR, CHRISTINE, Rhinelahder, Wiscon- 
sin. A.B.. English; Pi Beta Phi; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Kappa Delta Pi, president. 
TAYLOR. DOUGLAS D., Urbana. A.B., Gov- 
ernment; Sigma Nu; Young Americans for Free- 
dom; Young Democrats. 

TAYLOR, EDNA SARVER, Hampton. A.B., 
History. 



TAYLOR, JAMES RUSSELL. Wintersville. 
Ohio. A.B.. Business Administration; Pi Lamb- 
da Phi; ROTC; Society for the Advancement of 
Management; Flat Hat; Group Leader. 
THEBERGE, NORMAN BARTLETT. Virginia 
Biology; Lambda Chi Alpha; La- 



Beach. B.S., 
crosse; Rifle 
THOMAS, 
Business 



PHILIP JOSEPH, McLean. A.B., 
Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha; 
Chemistry Club; Debate Council; ROTC; Soci- 
ety for the Advancement of Management; 
Newman Club; Men's Dormitory Council. 



SENIORS 355 



THOMPSON, MARY KIEFFER. Alexandria. 
A.B.. Economics; Kappa Delta, president; Pi 
Delta Epsilon; Colonial Echo, senior class edi- 
tor; Student Association; Panhel; Honor Coun- 
cil Orientation Aide; Intramurals. 
TICHY, JOSEPH CHARLES. Ill, Silver Spring, 
Maryland. B.S., Biology; Backdrop Club; Biolo- 
gy Club; William and Mary Theatre. 
TODD, ROBERT WALTON, Richmond. A.B., 
History; Lambda Chi Alpha; transferred from 
Ferrum Junior College. 




TOEPEL, MONIKA MARIA, Williamsburg. 
A.B., Sociology. 

TONELSON, LOUIS OWEN, Norfolk. A.B., Ed- 
ucation; Circle K; Queen's Guard; ROTC; Bal- 
four-Hillel, president; Intramurals. 
TOWNSEND, LINDA GALE, Arlington. B.S., 
Biology; Phi Mu; Alpha Lambda Delta; Biology 
Club; Political Science Forum. 



TOZZI, JOHN LEE, Pembroke. A.B., Govern- 
ment; International Circle, vice president; Sail- 
ing Association, treasurer; Colonial Echo; Par- 
ents' Day Committee. 

TRAVIS, PHILIP ARTHUR, Cape Charles. 
B.S., Mathematics; Choir. 

TRICE. JOHN ANDERSON, III, Goochland. 
B.S., Mathematics; Sigma Phi Epsilon. 




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TURNER, ELIZABETH CAROL, Woodlawn. 
A.B., Sociology. 

TURVILLE, WILLIAM CHARLES, JR., Rock- 
ville, Maryland. B.S., Biology; Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon; Biology Club; Chemistry Club; Student 
Association: Interfraternity Council. 
VAIDEN, CAROLINE ELIZABETH, Wayne, 
New Jersey. A.B.. History; Alpha Lambda Del- 
ta; Phi Beta Kappa; Lyon G. Tyler Historical So- 
ciety; Colonial Echo; Newman Ctub; Wesley 
Foundation, president; Sponsor; Intramurals; 
College-Wide Reading Program, general com- 
mittee. 




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JAMES BLAIR 
HALL 

1934 

This building was renamed James Blair Hall by 
the Boacd of Msitors on July 27 I068,at which time 
the former name of Marshall -Wy the. was dfisi^nated 
for the Law School Building. Jamos Blair Hall is 
named in honor of the Reverend James Blair, 
first President of the College of William and Mary, 
1693-1743, v\ ho was instrumental in obtainir\^ the 
Royal Charter fh)m Kin^ William I and Queen 
Mary H. 



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VAIL, BARBARA SUE, Alexandria. A.B., En- 
glish; Kappa Delta Pi, secretary; Chorus; Sail- 
ing Association; Young Republicans; Newman 
Club; Wesley Foundation. 

VANMETER, QUENTIN LEE, Washington. 
D.C. B.S., Chemistry (Pre-Med); Backdrop 
Club, director; William and Mary Theatre; 
WCWM Radio, production director; Men's Dor- 
mitory Council. 

VANN, MARTHA ANN, Strasburg. A.B., En- 
glish; Pi Beta Phi, social chairman; Young Re- 
publicans; Flat Hat; Sweetheart of Lambda Chi 
Alpha. 



V A R E L A, GAIL ENID, Herndon. A.B., Eco- 
nomics. Phi Mu, social chairman, house presi- 
dent; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Delta Phi; French 
Club; Sailing Association. 

VAUGHAN, REBECCA MAGETTE, Courtland, 
A.B., English; Kappa Delta, secretary; Colonial 
Echo; Flat Hat; Women's Dormitory Associa- 
tion; Sponsor; Dormitory Counselor; Women's 
Recreation Association; Intramurals. 
VERGARA, JAMES JOSEPH. Hopewell. A,B,, 
Business Administration (Management); Politi- 
cal Science Forum; ROTC; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management; Young Democrats, 
president; Baseball. 



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Class of 1 969 



VERHINE. PATRICIA ANNE, Newport News. 
B.S., Mathematics; Phi Mu. 

VERNON, STANLEY ALLAN, Independence, 
Missouri. A.B., English; transferred from Grace- 
land College. 

VERSER, NANCY WARE, Richmond. A. B., 
English; Kappa Delta; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Mortar Board, secretary; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi 
Delta Epsilon; Flat Hat, managing editor, news 
editor; President's Aide; Women's Dormitory 
Association; Sponsor; Virginia Gazette journal- 
ism award; Who's Who Among Students in 
American Universities and Colleges; House 
President; Program of Reading and Lectures, 
college executive committee. 



VOLZ, DOUGLAS CHARLES, Roanoke. A.B., 
Sociology and Anthropology; Theta Delta Chi, 
pledge trainer; Young Republicans; Lutheran 
Student Association; Men's Dormitory Council; 
Sociology Club; Dormitory Manager; Intramu- 
rals. 

WALKER, EDWARD FAHEY, Laredo, Texas. 
A.B., Economics; Swimming. 

WALKER. J AN IS KAREN. Springfield. A. B., 
Sociology; Pi Beta Phi; Panhel; transferred 
from University of North Carolina at Greens- 
boro. 



WALKER, LLOYD DANIEL, JR., Richmond. 
A.B., History; Choir; Young Democrats. 
WALLINE, KATHERINE K I R K, Fairfax. A.B. , 
English; Pi Beta Phi, house president; Sponsor; 
Honor Council Orientation Aide. 
WALTHALL, JO ANN, Alberta. A.B., English; 
Phi Mu; Theta Alpha Phi; Debate Council, sec- 
retary; International Circle; Political Science 
Forum, secretary; Sailing Association; William 
and Mary Theatre; Young Republicans, secre- 
tary; Canterbury Club; Tennis; Miss Williams- 
burg. 








WARCHOLIK, STEPHEN RUSSELL, Falls 

Church. A.B., German. 

WARE. ELINOR PATRICIA, Williamsburg. 

B.S., Biology. 

WARE. FRANCES FAULCONER, Tappahan- 

nock. A.B., Education; Sailing Association; 

Newman Club. 




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WATERMAN. MARY REGINA, Dayton, Ohio. 
A.B.. Government; Alpha Chi Omega, rush 
chairman; Debate Council; Young Republicans; 
Newman Club; Student Association. 
WATERS. TERRY. Clinton, Iowa. A.B., Histo- 
ry; Delta Delta Delta, rush chairman; Merm- 
ettes; Sailing Association; Young Republicans; 
Colonial Echo. 

WATKINS. JANET. Randolph Air Force Base, 
Texas. A.B., German; Pi Beta Phi. rush chair- 
man; Alpha Lambda Delta; Mortar Board; 
Cheerleaders, freshman captain, varsity cap- 
tain; Orchesis; Christian Science Organization; 
Student Association, treasurer; Women's Dor- 
mitory Association; Who's Who Among Stu- 
dents in American Universities and Colleges; 
German Club; Dormitory Counselor. 



WATKINS. STEPHEN HOUSTON. T u I S a. 
Oklahoma; A.B.. History; Lambda Chi Alpha; 
Lyon G. Tyler Historical Society; ROTC; Dormi- 
tory Manager. 

WATSON. GEORGE HERBERT, Williamsburg. 
A.B.. Physical Education; Pi Delta Epsilon; P.E. 
Majors Club, program chairman; ROTC; Flat 
Hat. sports editor; Group Leader; Intramurals. 
WATSON. KIM ELLEN, Medfield, Massachu- 
setts. A.B.. English; Pi Beta Phi; Chorus; Flat 
Hat: Intramurals. 



WATSON. LESLIE RAY. Virginia Beach. A. B.. 
Philosophy; Theta Delta Chi. secretary, pledge 
trainer; Philosophy Club; William and Mary Re- 
view; Colonial Echo: Golf. 

WEISBERG. EDWARD JOSEPH, Norfolk. B.S.. 
Biology; Pi Lambda Phi. treasurer; Biology 
Club; Flat Hat; Balfour-Hillel. 

WELLS, WILLIAM CLARENCE. JR., Rich- 
mond. A.B.. Business Administration; Sigrna 
Pi. rush chairman; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management; Young Republicans; Stu- 
dent Association; Mens Dormitory Council; 
Group Leader; Interfraternity Council, social 
chairman; Intramurals. 



W ERG LEY, ALBERT NASH, Chesapeake. 
A.B.. Government; Kappa Sigma; ROTC; Stu- 
dent Association; Men's Dormitory Council; 
Group Leader; Interfraternity Council. 
WHITE, ALLAN EUGENE. Newport News. 
B.S.. Physics; Colonial Echo; Rifle; Pi Delta Ep- 
silon; Sigma Pi Sigma. 

WHITE, BRIAN ERVIN, Newport News. B.S., 
Physics; Phi Mu Alpha; Sigma Pi Sigma; Back- 
tramurals. 



WHITE, GAIL EVELYN, Salisbury, Maryland. 
A.B., Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma: Sweet- 
heart of Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

WHITEHURST. ANNE WINSLOW. Knoxville, 
Tennessee. A.B., French; Chi Omega, treasur- 
er; Women's Dormitory Association; Sponsor; 
House President. 

WHITING. LAWRENCE DERLAND. III. Rich- 
mond. B.S., Physics: Pi Lambda Phi. 



SENIORS 359 



WILBORN, IRVIN MITCHELL, JR., South 

Boston. A.B., History. 

WILKINSON, RICHARD GRAHAM, Newport 

News. A.B., English: Circle K. 

WILLIAMS, GAYLE, Manila, Philippines. A.B., 

History; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



WILLIAMS, JAMES NEWTON, Virginia Beach. 
A.B., History. 

WILLIAMS, SUE RAWLS, Richmond. A.B., 
Fine Arts; Chi Omega; Choir, alumni secretary; 
Chorus; Flat Hat. 

WINCHESTER, SHEILA ANN, Annandale. 
A.B., Education; Alpha Chi Omega; Kappa Del- 
ta Pi; Sponsor; Intramurals. 



WINEMAN, MIRIAM PATRICIA, Newport 
News. A.B., Government; Phi Mu, correspond- 
ing secretary; Sailing Association; Westminster 
Fellowship; Panhel. 

WING, STEPHEN J OH N, Littleton, New 
Hampshire. A.B., History: Pi Lambda Phi. 
scribe: Young Republicans: Flat Hat; WCWM 
Radio; Group Leader. 

WITT, DAVID LYNWOOD, Bedford. A.B.. So- 
ciology. 



WOJNO, STANLEY J.. JR., Suffield, Con- 
necticut. A.B., Government; Sigma Chi; French 
Club, president: International Circle: Political 
Science Forum, president; Young Republicans; 
WCWM Radio; Student Association; Men's Dor- 
mitory Council, secretary; Group Leader- Pep 
Club. 

WONNELL, DONN THOMAS, Linwood, New 
Jersey. A.B., History; Pi Lambda Phi, treasur- 
er, president; Omicron Delta Kappa: Phi Eta 
Sigma; Scabbard and Blade: ROTC, brigade 
operations officer; Flat Hat, editorial editor; 
Student Association; Group Leader; Outstand- 
ing Sophomore Award; President's Aide; Who's 
Who Among Students in American Universities 
and Colleges; Group Leader, assistant head, 
head; Honor Council. 

WOODS, DEBORAH ALDEN, Arlington. A.B., 
Education; Kappa Delta Pi; Student Education 
Association, 



WOODS, MARY JAMES. Wise. B.S., Biology; 
transferred from Clinch Valley College. 
WOODSON, ARNITA RUTH, Hampton. A.B., 
Mathematics; Kappa Alpha Theta; transferred 
from Christopher Newport College. 
WORKS, ROBERT F., St. Paul, Minnesota. 
A.B., History; Alpha Phi Omega; International 
Circle; Lyon G. Tyler Historical Society, presi- 
dent; Sailing Association; Skin Diving Club; 
Young Democrats, vice president. 




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Class of 1 969 



WRIGHT, LINDA SHICKEL, H a r r i s o n b u r g. 
B.S., Mathematics; Abelian Society; Sailing 
Association; Colonial Echo; Sponsor. 
WRIGHT, PAMELA JAMERSON. Dillwyn. 
A.B.. Education; Kappa Alpha Theta; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Student Education Association; Wom- 
en's Recreation Association, secretary. 
WRIGHT, SARAH NANCY, Greensboro, North 
Carolina. A.B., History; Colonial Echo. 




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WYRICK, LINDA JEANNE, Rome. Georgia. 
A.B.. Education; Gamma Phi Beta, pledge 
trainer; Kappa Delta Pi; Colonial Echo, copy ed- 
itor; Tutorial Program; Pi Delta Epsilon. 
YAGER, SHARON ANN. Pasadena, California. 
A.B., Latin; Phi Mu, vice president; Eta Sigma 
Phi; Chorus; Panhel; Intramurals. 
YOFFY, JAMES STEPHEN, Richmond. A.B., 
History; Pi Lambda Phi; Balfour-Hillel; Men's 
Dormitory Council; Group Leader; Lacrosse; 
Soccer; transferred from University of Miami 
(Ohio). 



YOUNG, JOHN FINLEY, Chenequa, Wiscon- 
sin. A.B., Government; Pi Delta Epsilon; ROTC; 
Young Americans for Freedom, vice chairman, 
chairman; Young Republicans; Flat Hat; Stu- 
dent Association; Intramurals. 

YOUNGBLOOD, JANE DULANEY, Arlington, 
A.B., Education; Student Education Associa- 
tion; Colonial Echo; Flat Hat; Women's Dormi- 
tory Association; Dormitory President; Tutorial 
Program; Sociology Club; transferred from Mt. 
Vernon Junior College. 




ZEPUL, PATRICIA LOUISE, Washington, D.C. 
A.B.. English; Pi Beta Phi, president; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Pi Delta Phi; International Circle, sec- 
retary; Flat Hat; Student Association; Panhel. 
ZYCHOWSKI, THADDEUS FRANK, Brooklyn, 
Nevi/ York. A.B., Business Administration; Sig- 
ma Nu, treasurer; Football. 



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Juniors 







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362 JUNIORS 




Bob Season, president. 



Randy Pearson, vice president. 




Class of 1 970 



Cathy Coleman, secretary-treasurer. 



Gail Gates, historian. 




ABRAHAMSON, RICHARD F., Southbridge, 
Massachusetts. English. 

ABRAMS, LEHN E., Maitland. Florida, Gov- 
ernment. 

ADAIR. ANN WHITNEY, Williamsburg. Gov- 
ernment. 

ADAMS, DURWOOD BELMONT, Newport 
Ne^vs. Music, 

ADAMS, EARL RICE, Lynchburg. Business 
Administration, 

ALBRECHT, LEE WAYNE, Annandale. Ac- 
counting. 

ALBRIGHT, LINDA KAYE, Annandale, Span- 
ish. 

ALDERSON. MARY LEE, Springfield. Mathe- 
matics. 

ALLEN, EDWARD M., Lanexa. Physical Edu- 
cation, 

ALLEN, MARY ELLEN, Decatur, Georgia. En- 
glish. 

ALLEN, RICKIE C Richmond, Business Ad- 
ministration. 

ALLISON, PAMELA, Dallas, Texas, Educa- 
tion. 

AMES, MARY LOUISE, Gloucester, Educa- 
tion, 

ANDERSON, ALVIN POWERS, Richmond. 
La\A'. 

ANDREWS, J. FARLEY, Ottawa, Illinois. Gov- 
ernment. 

ARLEDGE, PATRICIA NICHOLLS, Ports- 
mouth. English. 

ARMSTRONG, KENNETH SCOTT, Kingsport, 
Tennessee. Biology. 

ARNDT, MICHAEL HARBECK, R o c k v i I I e, 
Maryland. German. 

ASPLUND, KATHIE ANNE, Arlington. French. 

ATTRIDGE, JEAN CAROL, Mexico City. Mex- 
ico. Education. 



JUNIORS 363 




Class of 1 970 



AUERBACH. SUSAN KATHRYN. Charlotte, 
North Carolina. Mathematics. 

AUSTIN. BARBARA JEAN, Annandale. Edu- 
cation. 

AYERS. SCOTT P.. Virginia Beach. Business 
Management. 

BAILEY, ANN D. , Potomac, Maryland, Govern- 
ment. 

BAILEY, MARTIN THOMAS, Ivor. Mathemat- 
ics. 

BAILEY, SAMUEL RUSSELL. M i d I O t h i a n. 

Business Administration. 
BAILEY, WILLIAM STANLEY. Waynesboro. 

Biology. 
BAITY. ANN LEIGH. Winston-Salem. North 

Carolina, Biology. 
BALDWIN, CHARLENE FRANCES, Norfolk. 

Fine Arts. 
BALDWIN, JAMES ARDA, Honaker. History. 



BALTES. GERTRUDE PARKER. Hampton. 
English. 

BARIL, CHARLES PURDOM, F a I I s Church. 
Accounting. 

BARNES, ELAINE MADELINE, Norfolk. Edu- 
cation. 

BARNETT. GERALD DOUGLAS. R O a n o k e. 
History. 

BARR, SARA GARLAND, Shamokin, Pennsyl- 
vania. German. 



BARRON. JEAN A.. Cupar. Fife, Scotland. 

Mathematics. 
BASS. BETTY F.. Newport New/s. Business 

Administration. 
BATTAILE, EUNICE PAGE. Newport News. 

Education. 
BAYLOR, B. DELAINE, Radford. Sociology. 
SEASON, ROBERT ALEXANDER, Whiteville, 

North Carolina, History. 



BEAZLEY, FRANCES ANNE, Tappahannock, 
Mathematics. 

BEECHER, ELIZABETH PARKER, Blacks- 
burg. Fine Arts. 

BEERBOWER. LINDA ANNE, B r i d g e p o r t , 
West Virginia. Government. 

BEITNER, GEOFFREY SHERWOOD, Fairfield, 
Connecticut. Physical Education. 

BERGER, PATRICIA ANN, Ventura, Califor- 
nia. Psychology. 

BIRKETT, KENNETH N., N e e d h a m, Mas- 
sachusetts. English. 

BIRZENIEKS, GUNAR M., Brooklyn, New 
York. German. 

BLANCHARD. AMY RUTH. AltaVista. Chem- 
istry. 

BUANTON. JOANNA DANBY. Farmville. Eng- 
hsh. 

BOISSEAU, ELLEN STUART, Colonial 
Heights. Accounting. 




364 JUNIORS 




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BORDEN. SANDRA LOUISE, Richmond. Soci- 
ology. 

BOSWELL. CORA JANE. Chase City. Chemis- 
try. 

BOULDIN. BARBARA A.. Hampton. Psychol- 
ogy. 

BOYD, WILLIAM LlN\A/OOD. Waynesboro. 
Physics. 

BRADFORD. BONNIE L. , N o r f o I k. Business 
Managernent. 



BRIGHT. DREW. Lebanon. New Jersey. His- 
tory. 

BRINCKMAN. JOY A L I C E. Alexandria. Eng- 
lish. 

BRITT. LINDA KEATON. Suffolk. English. 

BROWN. JANET M.. Poquoson. Education. 

BROWNE. ROBERT LEE. Manassas. History. 



BRUBECK. JEAN DALE, Staunton. English. 

BRUNELLI. ROBERT ERNEST. Virginia 
Beach. Sociology. 

BRYAN. RICHARD WOOD. Herndon. Biology. 

BRYDE, STANLEY K.. Wilmington, Delaware. 
Business Administration. 

BUNTE. MARGARET RACHEL. Atlanta, Geor- 
gia. Fine Arts. 



BURBAGE. BRUCE PARKER. Portsmouth. 
Econornics. 

BURGESS. SUSAN A,. Dahlgren. Education. 

BURKET, BARBARA ANN, Vero Beach, Flori- 
da. Mathematics. 

BURNETTE, BETTYE ANNE, Danville. Sociol- 
ogy. 

BUTLER. MARION TYUS. JR.. Athens, Geor- 
gia. Economics. 



BUTLER. PATRICIA JANE, Alexandria. His- 
tory. 

BYRD, ROY PARRISH, JR., Chatham. Busi- 
ness Managernent. 

BYRER. MARGARET ELIZABETH, C h a r I e S 
Town, West Virginia. Mathematics. 

CALVO. BETSY ELLISON, Richmond. Educa- 
tion. 

CAMERON, COLLEEN S,. Annandale, Educa- 
tion. 



CAMPANA. MICHAEL EMERSON, West 
Hempstead, New York. Geology. 

CANADA, BERNARD DAVID, Clover. Eco- 
nomics. 

CARLTON. KATHLEEN ANN, Newport News, 
Fine Arts. 

CARTER. BARRY NEAL, Staunton. Theatre 
and Speech. 

CARTER, CAROLYN LORIMER, Vienna. Psy- 
chology. 

CARTER, DAVID CARLTON, Chatham, Mas- 
sachusetts. Government. 

CARTWRIGHT, RONNIE ALAN, Chesapeake. 
Education. 

CASEY. CATHERINE SUE, Falls Church. Biol- 
ogy. 

CAYOT, MICHELE JAN, Falls Church. His- 
tory. 

CHAMBERS. GWYNN ELIZABETH, Danville, 
Sociology. 

CLARK. ALYNNE DALE, Vienna. Sociology. 

CLARK. KAREN LEIGH. Newport News. Eng- 
lish. 

CLAY. CAROLYN MEREDITH, Lawrenceville. 
Government 

CLOVER, KAREN ANN, Virginia Beach. Span- 
ish. 

CLOYD. RANDOLPH MAHAN. Williamsburg. 

Business Administration. 



JUNIORS 365 



Class of 1 970 



COCHRAN, HAROLD GENE. Virginia Beach. 

History. 
COFER. GLENNA JO, Hampton. Education. 
COFFMAN, BARRY PRESTON. Dayton. 

Theatre and Speech. 
COLE. DAVID PATTEN. Guam. Psychology. 
COLE. JAMES ERNEST. Arlington. Geology. 



COLE. WILLIAM WALTER. Courtland. Educa- 
tion. 

COLEMAN. CATHY LEIGH. Danville. Sociol- 
ogy. 

COLLINS. GEORGE HOLBROOK. San Rafael. 
California. Business Administration. 

COLLINS. LINDA GARNER. Malvern. Penn- 
sylvania. Education. 

COLLINS. WILLIAM HARRY. JR.. Stafford. 
Physics. 

CONWAY. HOWARD VINCENT. JR. . Newport 

Ne\A/s. History. 
COOK. BRUCE M.. Aiken. South Carolina. 

Business Adrninistration. 
COOK. MARTHA ELIZABETH. Martinsville. 

Education. 
COOPER. NANCY CONDIT. Atlanta. Georgia. 

History. 
COTE. ERNEST N., Staten Island. New York. 

Government. 

COUPER. MARY BROUGHTON. Waynesboro. 
Philosophy. 

CRAWLEY. C. G A Y L E. Monroe, Louisiana. 
Biology. 

CREEF, TERESA DIANE, Chesapeake. 
Theatre and Speech 

CROSIER. YVONNE FAE. Falls Church. Psy- 
chology. 

CRUTE. CAROL ETTA. Portsmouth. English. 




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CURRY. RHONDA ELAINE. Louisville, Ken- 
tucky. Government. 

CUSTIS. PAUL ROBERT, Craddockville. 
Mathematics. 

CUSWORTH. ROBERT BRIAN. Sumpter, 
South Carolina. Biology (Pre-Med). 

DALLAS, BRUCE SHEPLER. Mechanicsburg, 
Pennsylvania. Sociology. 

DANCE, CAROLYN WALLACE, Midlothian. 
Biology. 

DARNELL, NANCY REBECCA. Big Stone 
Gap. Geology 

DAVI, SUSAN ANN, Alexandria. Ancient Lan- 
guages. 

DAVIS, ELIZABETH C, Florence. South Caro- 
lina. Education. 

DAVIS. MICHAEL LOUIS. Sterling. Govern- 
ment. 

DAYTON. KEITH WALTER, Alexandria. His- 
tory. 




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DEACON. JO ANNE, Lynchburg. French. 

DEATON. LEWIS EDWARD. Alexandria. Biol- 
ogy. 

DEAZLEY. SARAH JANE. Newport News. 
Biology. 

DELIA. CLARK ANTHONY. Brick Town. New 
Jersey. Mathematics. 

DENSMORE. DOUGLAS W.. Toledo. Ohio. 
Spanish. 



DERR. ALICE MIRIAM. Warren. New Jersey. 
Education. 

DEVILBISS, GEORGE ANN. Falls Church. Fine 
Arts. 

DEWITT. PETER WEBB. Virginia Beach. 
Mathematics. 

DEYERLE. ELIZABETH WARWICK. Harrison- 
burg. Business Management. 

DICKEY. DONALD NEIL. JR.. Winterhaven, 
Florida. Geology. 



DONAHUE, WILLIAM JOSEPH III, Columbia, 
Maryland. Psychology. 

DOUGHTY. THOMAS EDWARD. Salem. Busi- 
ness Administration. 

DRAKE. LINDA LOUISE. Arlington. English. 

DUDLEY, MARY ANNE. Salem. Education. 

DUKE. C. WAYNE. Richmond. Business Man- 
agement. 



DUKE. MARY DIANE. Richmond. History. 
ECKHOUSE. MARK SANFORD. Cedar Grove, 

New Jersey. Biology. 
EDGE. LAUREL SUZANNE. Newport News. 

French. 
ELLIS. C. LANE. Portsmouth. Physics. 
ELLIS. EDWARD HAMPTON. JR. Berlin, 

Connecticut. Topical Science. 



JUNIORS 



367 



ELMORE. DONALD CHARLES STRATTON. 
JR., Richmond. Business Administration. 

ELROD. CHERYL CANDACE. Richmond. Ed- 
ucation. 

ELROO. DONALD RANDOLPH, Chattanooga, 
Tennessee. English. 

ELUTO. SUSAN BARBARA, Norfolk. Psychol- 
ogy. 

ENGORON, FRANCES CARLA, Vienna. Soci- 
ology. 

EPPLER. JOHN W., Bernardsville, New Jer- 
sey. Business Administration. 

EWING. ELIZABETH. Augusta, Georgia. Fine 
Arts. 

FAGAN, WILLIAM D. , Einore, New York. Busi- 
ness Administration. 

FARACE, PATRICK JAMES, Williamsburg. 
Biology. 

FECHTMANN. FREDDIE ANN, Harrisonburg. 
Biology. 



FERGUSON. MARY MARGARET, Sandston. 

Education. 
FERRY, JAMES FREDERICK, Harrisonburg. 

History. 
FERRYMAN. LYNN ALLYN, Cleveland. Ohio, 

Sociology. 
FINDLER, WILLIAM EDWARD, JR.. Neptune, 

New Jersey, Mathematics. 
FINTON, THOMAS EDWARD, Blacksburg, 

Business Management. 



FISHER. GARY EDWIN. Fredericksburg. Top- 
ical Science. 

FLESHOOD. PAUL SEAGO. Lawrenceville. 
Psychology. 

FOLTZ, KENNETH GLENN, Martinsburg, 
West Virginia. Mathematics. 

FOWLE, DONNA JEANNE, Northfield, New 
Jersey. Fine Arts. 

FOY, LAURENCE G., Barrington. Illinois. Eco- 
nomics. 

FRANKS, DOUGLAS WAYNE, Hopewell. Phi- 
losophy. 

FRANTZ, THOMAS RICHARD, Waynesboro, 
Pennsylvania. Accounting. 

FULGHAM. FRANK M,, JR,. Smithfield. Biol- 
ogy (Pre-Dentistry). 

FULLER, SHEILA GAIL, Newport News. Biol- 
ogy. 

FURBUSH, ELISABETH BLISS, H o p e w e I I. 
English, 




368 JUNIORS 




Class of 1 970 

GALl_, MARGARET ANN. Newport News. Ed- 
ucation. 

GALLAGHER. FREDERICK P., Wood Ridge. 
New Jersey. Sociology. 

G A L L O. JOHN AARON. Richfield Springs. 
New York. History. 

GARDNER. EDWARD D. JR., Richmond. 
Chemistry (Pre-Dentistry). 

GARRETT, MELINDA RICKS. Virginia Beach. 
Fine Arts. 

GARRETT. VIRGINIA WELLFORD. G r e a t 
Lakes, Illinois. Fine Arts. 

GARVEY, BARTLEY THOMAS, JR., Alexan- 
dria. Philosophy. 

GATES. DONALD LEIDY. Lexington. Massa- 
chusetts. Geology. 

GATES, GAIL ELIZABETH, Roanoke. English. 

GERENSER. DUANE E., Bethlehem. Pennsyl- 
vania. Philosophy. 

GERY. GUNER A., Lititz. Pennsylvania. 
Theatre and Speech. 

GIBERSON, WAYNE FRED, Huntington Val- 
ley, Pennsylvania. History. 

GIBSON, LUCILLE HAYWOOD, Gloucester. 
Mathematics. 

GILL. RICHARD WOOLRIDGE. Hopewell. 
Mathematics. 

GILLESPIE. WILLIAM GEORGE. Annandale. 
Chemistry. 




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GOLDSMITH, LAWRENCE DAVIS, JR. . Trum- 
bull, Connecticut. Mathematics. 

GOMEZ, DIBERIE LYNN, Barringtoh. Rhode 
Island. Psychology. 

GOOD. CAROL AILEEN, Richmond. Sociol- 
ogy. 

GOODRICH, NANCY KAY, Wakefield. Ger- 
man. 

GORDON, DARALYN LOU, Norfolk. Soci- 
ology. 

GRAHAM, CAROL L.. Alexandria. Sociology. 

GRAHAM, DAVID DRAPER, Dublin, Anthro- 
pology. 

jRAHAM, JANET LEE, Baltimore. Maryland. 
English. 

GRAY. LINDA ANNE. Colonial Beach, Psy- 
chology. 

GRAY, REBECCA RUTH, Virginia Beach. Psy- 
chology. 



JUNIORS 369 



Class of 1 970 

GREENE. JOHN HERKIMER. Westfield, New 

Jersey. Business Management. 
GRETES. FRANCES C. Norfolk. Fine Arts. 
GROMBACHER. BETTY SUE. Ft. Monmouth. 

NevA' Jersey. Mathematics. 
MAINE. ROSS SCOTT. Scottsville. Fine Arts. 
HALE, JANE ALISON. Arlington. French. 



HALL. DEBORAH ANNE. East Rochester, 
New York. History. 

HALL, DEENE LYNN. Newport News. Music. 

HALL, EVELYN GAY, Laurel Fork. Biology. 

HALL. SHERRY LYNN, West Simsbury, Con- 
necticut. Psychology. 

HAMPTON. ROBERTA PAGE. Onancock. 
Fine Arts. 



HANES. LINDA JO. Springfield. Mathematics. 
HANSEN. JAMES M., Rhinebeck, New York. 

Philosophy. 
HARBERT. JOHN P.. Battle Creek, Michigan. 

History. 
HARDEN. ALICE BRUCE, Honolulu, Hawaii. 

Fine Arts. 
HARPER. CHARLOTTE MARCELLE. Callao. 

Anthropology. 



HARSCHUTZ, PERRY KATHERINE, Virginia 
Beach. English. 

HARVELL, RANSOM LYNN. JR.. Wakefield. 
Education. 

HASS, JOHN HENRY, Virginia Beach, Govern- 
ment. 

HAWA, BETTY, Franklin. Government. 

HAZELTON. MARY HELEN. Montgomery. 
West Virginia. Sociology. 

HECHT, LYNN ELLEN. Anderson. Indiana. 
Government. 

HELMS. CHERYL ANNE, Martinsville. His- 
tory. 

HEMMELGARN. GERALD H.. Celina. Ohio. 
Education. 

HENNEBERG. DANIEL MANSFIELD. Atlanta, 
Georgia. Mathematics. 

HENNINGER, RENEE JEANNE, McLean. Fine 
Arts. 



HENSHAW. SUSAN DOWNING. Mechanics- 
ville. Biology. 

HEREFORD. RUSSELL W. . F a I I s C h u r c h. 
Government. 

HERETICK. DONNA MARIA. Petersburg. Psy- 
chology. 

HERN, ALICE H., Staunton. English. 

HETTINGER. PAUL FREDERICK, Freedom, 
Pennsylvania. Chemistry. 

HIBBERT, DAVID F.. London, England. Fine 
Arts. 

HIEGEL. PATRICIA LOUISE, K e n s i n g t o n, 
Maryland. Government. 

HILL. ELIZABETH S. . Woodland Hills. Califor- 
nia. Fine Arts. 

HINTON, FREDERICK JAMES, R i C h m o n d. 
Business Administration. 

HODGSON. LYNN MORRISON. Atlanta. Geor- 
gia. Biology. 

HOENER. FRED KENNETH, JR., Kettering. 
Ohio. Biology. 

HOGWOOD. ANDREW W., JR. , F o r t Lauder- 
dale. Florida. Spanish. 

HOLLAND. NANCY J., Virginia Beach. Eng- 
lish. 

HOLLANDSWORTH. JOHN ALAN. C O I I i n s- 
ville. History. 

HOLLIS. MARTHA SPALDING. Norfolk. Math- 
ematics. 




370 JUNIORS 



HOPKINS, BARBARA LYNN. R(Chmond. Biol- 
ogy. 

HOSKINS. JACQUELIN ANN. Virginia Beach. 
English. 

HOUSTON. CRAIG CLAYTON. Falls Church. 
History. 

HOWLAND. PAULA LYNN, Falls Church. So- 
ciology. 

HUDSON. GARY KENT. Halifax. Psychology. 



HUDSON. KAREN LEIGH. Richmond. Mathe- 
matics- 

HUGHES, W. MARK. Newport News. Sociol- 
ogy. 

HULL. WILLIAM RICHARD, Cranford, New 
Jersey. Government. 

HUNT. MARTHA ANN, Alexandria. English. 

HUNTER. FORREST TIMOTHY, Richmond. 
Government. 



HURST. ANTONY THOMAS. W e S t Chester. 
Pennsylvania. Biology. 

HUSBAND. JAMES DAVID. Charlotte, North 
Carolina. Business Administration. 

IRVIN, ROBERT ANDREW, Roswell, Georgia. 
Government. 

ISAACS. STEPHEN ALLEN. Richmond. Busi- 
ness Administration. 

JASPER. THOMAS DEAN. Baltimore. Mary- 
land. Business Administration. 



JENKINS. WANDA LOUISE. Concord. North 
Carolina. Biology. 

JOHNSON. CARLA LESA. Arlington. Psychol- 
ogy. 

JOHNSON. JUDY A.. Newport News. Educa- 
tion. 

JOHNSON. LYN MARIE. Arlington. Biology. 

JOHNSON. NIKKI ANN. Alexandria. Govern- 
ment. 




JONES. ELIZABETH ANNE. Richmond. Edu- 
cation. 

JONES. ELLEN JANE. Rocky Mount. Biology. 

JONES. JERE JAMES. Camp Hill, Pennsylva- 
nia. Business Management. 

JONES. JUDITH DIANE. Griffin. Georgia. His- 
tory. 

JONES. WALTER PERRON. Chicago Heights. 
Illinois. Business Management. 






JUNIORS 37 1 



Class of 1 970 



JORDAN. JANICE PRESTON, Emporia. Soci 

ology. 
JORDAN. LINDA LEE. Richmond. Education 



KALBFELL. JOHN JOSEPH. Westchester, llli 

nois. Chemistry (Pre-Dentistry). 
KALK. PATRICK J., Kohler, Wisconsin. Ac 

counting. 



KARDIS. SHERRY ANDRA. Roanoke. English. 
KEAGY. ROGER LOWELL. Fairfax. Chemis- 
try. 



KEARNEY. KATHLEEN LYNN. S t u t t g a r t, 

Germany. Mathematics. 
KEILLOR. ELIZABETH R.. White Plains, New 

York. Fine Arts. 



KELLAM. EDWIN CLAY. JR. . N o r f o I k. His 

tory. 
KELLY. LEROY PETER. Philadelphia, Penn 

sylvania. Accounting. 



KENT. HARRY MASON. Falls Church. Psy 

chology. 
KERNS. VIRGINIA B.. Ft. Wayne. Indiana. An 

thropology. 





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KILGORE, BARBARA ELIZABETH. Spartan- 
burg, South Carolina. Psychology. 

KINDLEY. CATHERINE ANN, Springfield. Bi- 
ology. 

KLIMA, RODNEY JOHN. Alexandria. Chemis- 
try. 

KLING. WILEY B.. Roanoke. Accounting. 

KNEZ, VERA A., Newport News. English. 



KOCH, MARILYN LOUISE, Falls Church. Psy- 
chology. 

KOSSOFF, M. JEAN. Danville. Sociology. 

KRAMER. CHARLENE, Bryans Road, Mary- 
land. Sociology. 

KREMPASKY. RICHARD WILLIAM. Aquasco, 
Maryland. Government. 

LAYCOCK, JIMMYE McFARLAND, Hamilton, 
Physical Education. 



LEDBETTER. JANE ANN. Alexandria. His- 
tory. 

LEE. BARBARA ANN, Fort Lee, New Jersey, 
English. 

LEE, JAMES ROGER. Marion. History. 

LEEMING. JUDITH. Newport News. English. 

LEONARD. SHARON LYNN, Gate City. Math- 
ematics. 



LePRELL. JAMES JAY, Richmond. History. 

LEWIS. ROBERT BANKS. Milton. Massachu- 
setts. Business Administration. 

LEWIS, VIRGINIA GAIL, Richmond. Educa- 
tion. 

LONERGAN. NANCY EILEEN. Fairfax. Edu- 
cation. 

LONGACRE, BARBARA WILLIAMS, Williams- 
burg. History. 



LOTZ. LYNDA LOU, Pittsburgh, Pennsylva- 
nia. Biology. 

LUDFORD. GEOFFREY WAYNE, W i I I i a m s- 
burg. German. 

LUNSFORD, IRVING CLAIBORNE III.Din- 
widdie. Government. 

MaclNTYRE, MARY SUSAN. Vienna. Educa- 
tion. 

MacNEMAR. DON. Beacon. New York. Psy- 
chology. 

MAJORS. STANLEY E . Newport News. Ac- 
counting. 

M A L L U S, ALEXANDRA, Washington. D.C. 
French. 

MALONEY. JANE FRANCES. Vergennes, Ver- 
mont. Geology. 

MARION, FRED BLAKELY, JR,, W i I I i a m s- 
burg. Theatre and Speech, 

MAYER, BILLIE JO. Hamilton. Ohio. Edu- 
cation. 



MAYES, JOSEPH RAY, Portsmouth, English. 

MAYHEW, TOMMY DALE, Gretna. Sociology. 

McCONNELL, DENNIS D,, Newcastle. Penn- 
sylvania. Biology. 

McCORMACK, MAUREEN P. , Hampton. Soci- 
ology. 

Mcduffie, james henry, Hendersonville, 
North Carolina. Government. 



MCGLOTHLIN, DONALD ALLEN. JR,. 
Grundy. Philosophy. 

McKAY. TERESA LYNN. Arlington. Psychol- 
ogy. 

Mclean, robert blanton. ei Paso. 

Texas. Philosophy. 
McLELLON. JANET W A R R I N E R. Virginia 
Beach. French. 

Mclennan, peter nelson, wiinamsburg. 

English. 



juniors 373 



MEDVIN. JOEL DANIEL. Patchogue. New 

York. Philosophy. 
MICHALEK. THOMAS EDWARD. Colonial 

Heights. History. 
MILLARD, MICHAEL KIMBALL. Alexandria. 

Psychology. 
MILLER. BARBARA R. . West Point. Fine Arts. 
MILLER, DIANE LEE, Sandston. English. 



MINTON. STEPHEN R., Troup. Texas. His- 
tory. 

MITCHELL. FRANCES ELIZABETH. S a I e m. 
English. 

MITCHELL, THOMAS J .. JR. , Berry ville. Busi- 
ness Administration. 

MONAHAN, PATRICIA ANN, Tripoli, Libya. 
Psychology. 

MONCURE. FRANK DANIEL. Arlington. His- 
tory. 



MONK, MARY JO, McLean. Psychology. 

MOORE. ANNE HOUGHTON, Danville. Eng- 
lish. 

MOORE. EVLYN BAILY. Poquoson. Mathe- 
matics. 

MOORE. FRANCES ELIZABETH. Virginia 
Beach. Accounting. 

MOORE. KENNETH WAYNE. Salem. Business 
Administration. 



MOORE. RICHARD EDWARD. Marion. His- 
tory. 

MORELLO, JOHN T.. Hampton. Government. 

MORRIS, ANN GRETCHEN, Falls Church. His- 
tory. 

MORRIS. RICHARD EDWARD. Cincinnati, 
Ohio- Cherntstry. 

MORTON, RICHARD ALAN. Richmond. Phys- 
ical Education. 



MOSELEY, LIBBA H,, Brodnax. Sociology. 

MOSES. JOHN SHUSTER. Ashland. Govern- 
ment. 

MURPHY. LYNDA ANN. McLean. History. 

MYERS. ROBERT BRUCE. Williamsburg. His- 
tory. 

NADEL. LESLIE DONNA, Norfolk. English. 



NANGLE. RICHARD EARL. Waltham, Massa- 
chusetts. Mathematics. 

NEFF. JANE LEITCH . Shawnee Mission, Kan- 
sas. Education. 

NETZLEY. KATHLEEN S.. Laura. Ohio. Topi- 
cal Science. 

NEWELL. ROBERT Y., Dunn Loring. Mathe- 
matics. 

NEWMAN, GARY GEORGE. Washington. D.C. 
Business Administration. 

NEWSOM. JAMES WOODWARD, Arlington. 
Mathematics. 

NITTOLI. VIRGINIA ANNE. Edison. New Jer- 
sey. English. 

NUGENT. JOHN CHRISTOPHER. Alexandria. 
Sociology. 

O'FLAHERTY. KATHLEEN LOUISE. Falls 
Church. Government. 

ORGEL, DAVID S.. Elizabeth. New Jersey. 
Psychology. 

OSBORNE. MICHAEL DUNCAN. Boothwyn, 
Pennsylvania. Business Management. 

OSTERGARD. DEBORAH, Arlington. Geology. 

O'TOOLE, ANNE SIMS, Providence Forge. Ed- 
ucation. 

OWENS. LAURA LEE, Whaleyville, Math- 
ematics. 

PAGE. BRANCH. Richmond Chemistry 
(Pre-Med) 




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Class of 1 970 

PARISH. ANNE KATHLEEN. Vienna. Psy- 
chology. 

PATE, BARBARA WARREN, Havre de Grace, 
Maryland. Government. 

PATTERSON. SUSAN PAIGE. Hopewell. Soci- 
ology. 

PEARSON, RANDY LEE. Palo Alto, California. 
Mathematics, 

PERDUE, NANNIE HOLLAND, Rocky Mount. 
History. 

PERRY, DANIEL J., Arlington. Business Ad- 
ministration. 

PETTIT, JAMES CURTIS, Hampton. Govern- 
ment. 

PEVERELL, RAYMOND EDWIN, Salem. Busi- 
ness Administration. 

PINION, GARY EUGENE, Virginia Beach. Bi- 
ology (Pre-Med). 

PLICHTA, MARY ANN. Newport News. Eng- 
lish. 

POLLOW, CHARLES ERNEST. Silver Spring, 
Maryland. Sociology. 

POPE, ROBERT M., JR., Roanoke. Ac- 
counting, 

PORTER, BARRY THOMAS, Newsoms. Math- 
ematics, 

POWELL, BERKLEY RANDOLPH. Hampton, 
Chemistry, 

POWELL, RICHARD GREENE, Annandale. 
Business Administration. 

POWERS, WILLIAM MCMILLAN, Portsmouth. 
History, 

PRASSE, FRED C, Chagrin Falls, Ohio, Busi- 
ness Administration. 

PRICE, WILLIAM EDWIN, Arlington, Biology 
(Pre-Med), 

PROUSALIS, THOMAS T H E O DO R E, Rich- 
mond, Sociology, 

PULLEY, RAGAN B., Virginia Beach. Ec- 
onomics. 



RADER. JUDITH A., Hampton. English. 

RAFLO, JOSEPHINE R.. Leesburg. Sociology. 

RALSTON, WAYNE ALAN, Falls Church. His- 
tory. 

RANDA, RICHARD DEAN, Falls Church, His- 
tory. 

RANES, DOROTHY A.. Williamsburg. Educa- 
tion. 



RANKIN, ANN KATHIE, McLean, English, 

REESE, LINDA JEAN, Catonsville, Maryland, 
Sociology, 

REGISTER, SUSAN E., Temple, New Hamp- 
shire, Mathematics, 

REID. DUNCAN PHILLIP. Fairfax. Psy- 
chology. 

REMITA, DIANE LAREE, Gallipolis. Ohio. His- 
tory. 



JUNIORS 375 



Class of 1 970 

RESLER. WILLIAM MICHAEL, Sarasota, Flor- 
ida. German. 

RICHARDSON, ROBERT FREDERICK, JR., 
Ne\A/port Ne\A/s. Psychology. 

RICKETTS, ROBERT C, Williamsburg. 
Physics. 

RIGAU, FELIPE ALBERTO, Gloucester. Busi- 
ness Management. 

ROACH. ARTHUR HUDGINS. Richmond. Eng- 
lish. 

ROBISON, JAMES PHILLIP, McLean. Psy- 
chology. 

RODENBAUGH, CAROL A. , Conshohocken, 
Pennsylvania. Sociology. 

ROGERS, ALICE SIGRID, Alexandria. Chem- 
istry. 

ROHRBACH, PHILIP STANLEY, Richmond. 
Business Administration. 

ROLLAG, PAMELA L. , Phillipine Islands. Soci- 
ology. 

RONICK, DAVID LEWIS. Richmond. Theatre 
and Speech. 

ROSELLI, GRACE R., West Orange, New Jer- 
sey. Spanish. 

ROWAN. GEORGE EDWARD, A r I i n g t o n . 
Biology. 

RUBEN, ROBERT B E N J A M I N, Newport 
News. Business Administration. 

RUDDEL, MARK ERIC, Arlington. Chemistry. 

RUSSELL. CHERYL ANN, Leonardtown, 
Maryland. Biology. 

SALE. MARY QUINN, Pittsburgh, Pennsylva- 
nia. Sociology. 

SALES. WILLIAM WAYNE. JR. . P r a i r i e Vil- 
lage, Kansas. Government. 

SALTER, ROBERT MORRIS. Newton- 
ville, Massachusetts. Accounting. 

SANFORD, CHARLES CLEMENT, JR. . Wil- 
liamsburg. History. 



SASSAMAN. CLAY ALAN. Arlington. Biology . 

SAULTON. JAMES W.. JR.. Harrisonburg. 
English. 

SAUNDERS, CAROL ANNE, Smithfield. Psy- 
chology. 

SAUNDERS, J. LAWRENCE, Falls Church. 
History. 

SAVAGE, JANICE PAIGE, Bon Air. History. 



SAVAGE, LOWELL CROSBY, JR.. Alexan- 
dria. Physics. 

SCHMIDT. ELIZABETH ANNE, Farmingdale. 
New York. Fine Arts. 

SCHMOYER. JOHN DAVID, Annandale. Math- 
ematics. 

SCHUTTE. KRAIG WEST. Bon Air. History. 

SCOTT. CORNELIA M . Audubon, Pennsylva- 
nia. Mathematics. 



SCOTT, LINDA RUTH, Radford. Psychology 

SEAGLE, SAMUEL GILES, Lynchburg. Bi- 
ology. 

SEAMAN, F. JAMES, Mineola. New York. Psy- 
chology. 

S E M O N E S. WILLIAM W.. Radford. Ac- 
counting. 

SEYGLINSKI. BRENDA AMELIA. Covington. 
History. 



SHEA, NANCY R.. Virginia Beach. Fine Arts. 

SHIELDS. G, MEGAN, West Lawn. Pennsylva- 
nia. Chemistry. 

SHIMLER. DIANA LEE. Greenwich, Connecti 
cut. Biology. 

SHORTER, MARY ELLA, Blacksburg. Mathi- 
matics. 

SHRADER, GRETCHEN BLAKE. Winchester 
History. 




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JUNIORS 




SHRYER. MOLLY H.. St. Paul. Minnesota. 
Government. 

SIMPSON. JAMES EDWARD, JR., Powhatan. 
Biology. 

SLIPOW. LARRY B.. Richmond. Business Ad- 
ministration. 

SMITH. JANE BARRETT. Virginia Beach. 
Mathematics. 

SMITH. JANET E L I Z A B E T H. Washington, 
D.C. English. 



SMITH. KATHERINE SYNNOTT. Charlottes- 
ville. Education. 

SMITH. REBECCA ANNE. Richmond. History. 

SMITH. REBECCA L. . Williamsburg. Edu- 
cation. 

SMITH. RITA MAE. Mathews. Theatre and 
Speech. 

SNYDER. DOROTHY HUNT, Media. Pennsyl- 
vania. Psychology. 



SOUTHWELL. PAULA M.. Arlington. Mathe- 
matics. 

SPURLING. JACQUELINE MARIAN, Wallops 
Island. English. 

SPURLING. NORMAN KENT. Bethesda, 
Maryland. Anthropology. 

STANLEY. BRUCE MCLAREN, Naples. Flori- 
da. History. 

STEFFAN, JUDITH ANN. Stamford, Connect- 
icut. Spanish. 

STEMPLE. SANDRA RHEA. Falls Church. 
Mathematics. 

STEWART. RONALD LEE. Arlington. Fine 
Arts. 

STITES. MARY B. . Falls Church. Government. 

STOCKER. LINDA PEARRE. Baltimore. Mary- 
and. Psychology. 

STOEPPELWERTH. DOUGLAS E A R L. Alex- 
andria. Biology. 



STONE. ROBERT G.. Williamsburg. Mathe- 
matics. 

STOUT. DAVID LYTER. Carrollton. Kentucky. 
Business Administration. 

STROOP. JOYCE ANN. Harrisonburg. Biology. 

STUART, JOHN MICHAEL, Richmond. 
French. 

STUMP, JACQUELYN, Arlington. Education. 




JUNIORS 377 



STUMPF, WALTER LAURENCE. JR. , Fairfax. 
Chemistry. 

SULLIVAN. LINDA E.. Massapequa. Long Is- 
land. New York. Theatre and Speech. 

SUPPLEE. JAMES B.. Lancaster. Pennsylva- 
nia. Pre-Medicine. 

SWEEZY, PATRICIA ANN. McLean. English. 

TADSEN, GENENE CHRISTOPHER, Atlanta, 
Georgia. Biology. 



TAME A. CONRAD D. , JR. , Lederach , Penn- 
sylvania. Chemistry (Pre-Med). 

TAYLOR. H. BEVERLY. JR .. Colonial Heights. 
Mathematics. 

THACKER. LINDA RHEA, Richmond. Biology. 

THACKER. SUSAN LUBROCK. Disputanta. 
Biology. 

THIEL. GEORGE JEFFREY. Westfield. New 
Jersey. Business Management. 

THOMAS. LESLIE RICHARD. Kingston. Penn- 
sylvania. Government. 

THOMAS. PEGGY SCOTT. Williamsburg. Fine 
Arts. 

THOMPSON. CHARLOTTE ANN. Marion. 
Chemistry. 

THOMPSON. JOYCE J O L L I F F, Alexandria. 
Biology. 

TUCKER. KAY LAVAUGHAN. AltaVista. Eng- 
lish. 

TURPIN, SHELLEY SINCLAIR. Fairfax, 
Biology. 

ULMET, ELAINE ALDENE. Williamsburg, 
Mathematics, 

UNZICKER, KENNETH ROY, Arlington, Busi- 
ness Administration. 

UPSON. MARGARET JANE. Virginia Beach. 
Psychology. 

URQUHART. DONNA RUTH. Cochran. Geor- 
gia. English. 

VAN HOOK. STEPHEN JOHN. W a y n e. New 
Jersey. Economics. 

VAUGHAN. BENJAMIN ALLEN. Windsor. 
Physical Education. 

VERHEYDEN. MARILYN CAY. Roanoke. So- 
ciology. 

VINYARD, NICHOLAS CHRISTI AN. V i n t O n. 
English. 

VONELTEN. MARIE ISABELLE. Heathsville. 
Fine Arts. 

WADE. RICHARD LEE. Greenville. N o r t h 
Carolina. History. 

WAESCHE. BARBARA BUTLER. Rich- 
mond. Sociology. 

WAKEFIELD. MICHAEL MARTIN. Annandale. 
Sociology. 

WALKER. EDGAR ROBERT. Barhamsville. 
Business Administration. 

WALKER. RICHARD R.. Monroeville. Pennsyl- 
vania. Accounting. 





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WALKER. SUZANNE TATUM. Williamsburg. 
Accounting. 

WALLACE. MICHAEL STEPHEN. Wheaton. 
Maryland. Biology. 

vVALTON. TIM R.. Williamsburg. Philosophy. 

WARREN. ANGUS BOYD. Falkirk. Scotland. 
Mathernatics. 

WARREN. VIRGINIA KYLE, Alexandria. Eng- 
lish. 

WATKINS. THOMAS BEVERLY, Portsmouth. 
Psychology. 

WATSON. ANN ELIZABETH. New Canaan, 
Connecticut. History. 

WATSON. DAVID PERRIN. Wakefield. Massa- 
chusetts. Business Administration. 

WEBB, CATHY ELIZABETH, Richmond. Soci- 
ology. 

WEBB. SANDRA LEE, Hopewell. History. 



WEBER. BARBARA LYNN. Falls Church. So- 
ciology. 

WEISS. WILLIAM JOSEPH. Islamovada, Flor- 
ida. German. 

WENDELL, PATRICIA BARB, Williamsburg. 
Geology. 

WENDER. DEBORA J.. Woodstock. Psy- 
chology. 

WEST. G. THOMAS. G I o u c e s t e r. Mathe- 
matics. 

WHELDON. SUSAN KAY. Yorktown. Educa- 
tion. 

WHITAKER. KAREN GAIL. Dahlgren. Mathe- 
matics. 

WICKLEY. MARK ANTHONY. Perth Amboy, 
New Jersey. Economics. 

WILD, LESLIE JEAN, Winchester, Massachu- 
setts, English. 

WILLIAMS. GARY SANDERS, AltaVista. Ac- 
counting. 

WILLIAMS, JAMES LOWELL, Feasterville, 
Pennsylvania. Mathematics. 

WILLIAMSON. REID. Laurel. Delaware. His- 
tory. 

WINE. CATHY EILEEN, Marshall. Education. 

WINN. DAVID ERVIN. F r e d e r I c k s b u r g. 
Ancient Languages. 

WITT, KEITH TROWER, Richmond. Business 
Administration. 



WOHLLEBEN. JOHN ALAN, Culpeper, Busi- 
ness Management, 

V^^OOD. EDWARD M.. McLean. History. 

WOODRUFF. LINDA SUSAN, Jarratt. Blology. 

WOODWARD, NANCY HARDING, Rockville, 
Maryland. Biology. 

WOOTEN. ANN MARIE. Springfield. Educa- 
tion. 



WRATHER. NELL STARK. Alexandria, 
Spanish. 

WYATT, SUSAN REYNOLDS. Lynchburg. Bi- 
ology. 

YANCEY, GEORGE DONIS, Orange. Business 
Management. 

YONUSHONIS, JOHN M.. Falls Church. Busi- 
ness Administration. 

ZAKARIAN, GREGORY CHARLES, Stratford, 
Connecticut, Accounting, 



ZEMLAN, JOHN PAUL., Newtown, Pennsylva- 
nia, Economics. 

ZENTNER, NANCY CASE, Frederick, Mary- 
land. History. 

ZEUL, CAROLYN RUTH, Vienna, Sociology, 

ZIMMERMAN N, RICHARD G. , Alexandria. 
History. 

ZUGER, PETER ALBERT. Callao. Economics. 



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Class of 1971 

ABRAMSON, STEPHEN JOSEPH, Falls 

Church. 
AGREE, DIANE ELIZABETH, San Antonio, 

Texas. 
ACTON, l_INN A., Alexandria. 
AKERS. IVY JANE. Roanoke Rapids. North 

Carolina. 
ALBERT. JOHN RICHARD. Alexandria. 



ALBRIGHT, PATRICIA E., Lansdale, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

ALDIGE. ESTHER ANN. Wilmette, Illinois. 

ALLEN. PAMELA BECKWITH, Bethesda, 
Maryland. 

ALTHAUS. SHERYL LOU, Newport News. 

ALVERSON, CHARLES HENRY, III, Danville. 




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New Jersey. 
ANDERSON, GILBERT EDDY, Arlington. 
ANDERSON, PATSY LEE, Petersburg. 
ANDREWS, LYNDAL DIANE, Richmond. 
ANDREWS, ROBERT THOMAS, Hampton. 



ANTARAMIAN, GRANT G., Philadelphia, 

Pennsylvania. 
ANZALONE, RONALD DAVID, Park Ridge. 

New Jersey. 
ARNETT, ROBERT HAROLD, JR., St. Paul. 
ARNOLD, MARY ANN, Livingston, New 

Jersey. 
ASTON, LAURIE LEE. Elberton, Georgia. 



BADRAN. CAROL ANNE, Norfolk. 
BAHR. WILLIAM HENRY, Savannah, Georgia. 
BAILEY, WINIFRED ALLISON, Richmond. 
BALDWIN, ERNEST GILMAN, Annandale. 
BALL, BOBBY MILLER, Waycross, Georgia. 



SOPHOMORES 381 




Class of 1971 

BALLARD. JANE W Y A T T. P o r t Arthur, 

Texas. 
BARACKMAN. JAMES C. McLean. 
BARNETT, SUZANNE MARIE, Roanoke. 
BARRAN, PAULA ANN, Warren, Ohio. 
BARTHOLOMEW. JOHN FLETCHER, Seattle, 

Washington. 



BATSON. BARBARA CAROL, Falls Church. 
BEACH. REBECCA LYNN, Hopewell. 
BEAMAN, LINDA R., Salem. 
BEARD, LINDA ELIZABETH, Richmond. 
BECKER. KATHRYN SEWELL, Martinsville. 



BECKWITH. LOIS HUGHES. Earlysville, 
BEDFORD. ANNE, Colonial Heights. 
BELL, LESKA ANN, Meredithville. 
BENSON. SUSAN JANE. Norfolk. 
BERGE. PAUL FREDERICK, Huntsville, Ala- 
bama. 



BERKEYPILE, JEAN WARREN, Wilmington, 
Delaware. 

BERND, DAVID L.. Charlottesville. 

BETTON. KATHLEEN ANNE. Petersburg. 

BIEHL. BRUCE ALLEN. Cherry Hill. New Jer- 
sey. 

BIERLY. NANCY JANE. Hershey. Pennsylva- 
nia. 



BILLMAN. CAROL JEAN. Fairmont. West Vir- 
ginia. 
BIRCKHEAD. LINDA SUE. Richmond. 
BISHOP, MARY JOSEPHINE, Portsmouth. 
BISHOP, NANCY LEE, Falls Church. 
BISSET, SUZANNE MARIE. Arlington. 



BJORKLUND. ROBERT B.. CalliCOon, New 

York. 
BLACK. LORING M.. Verbank, New York. 
BLACKWELL. NANCY KAYE. Fincastle. 
BLEVINS, VIRGINIA DARNELL, Vienna. 
BOATRIGHT. RANDALL K., Falls Church. 




382 SOPHOMORES 





BOCKOVEN. MARTHA LEE. Hampton. 
BOGAN. LAWRENCE JAY, \A^ a n t a g h. New 

York. 
BOGLE. KERRY w. . Piscataway, New Jersey. 
BONNER. MARJORIE ANN. Fort Wayne. 

Indiana. 
BORNOR. JOHN RICHARD. Rockford. Illinois. 



BOULDEN. WALT R.. Boothwyn. Pennsylva- 
nia. 
BOUNDY, MARVIN DALE. Laurel, Maryland. 
BOYD. RONALD JAY, Glassboro. New Jersey . 
BRADLEY. SARAH ANN. Powhatan. 
BRANCH. DAVID HAROLD. Bon Air. 



BRIDGES. SAUNDERS M.. Florence, South 

Carolina. 
BRILEY. LYNN FONTANNE, Portsmouth. 
BRINKLEY. JOHN SCOTT, Virginia Beach. 
BRITTON. LEE ELIZABETH. Montross. 
BROMAN, DIANNE ELIZABETH, Park Ridge, 

Illinois. 



BROWN. DOUGLAS ERIC, Marion, Indiana, 
BROWN, HENRY A., Arlington, 
BROWN, JANET BARBARA, Newport News, 
BROWN, MARGIE ANN, Mathews, 
BROWNELL. JOAN FRANCES, Falls Church, 



SOPHOMORES 383 



Class of 1971 



BROWNELL, MARGARET ANN, Falls Church. 
BUCK, LILLI L., Bristol. 



BUCKINGHAM, JAMES LYTLE. Falls Church. 
BUDAHN. PHILLIP JOHN, Hampton. 



BUEHLER. THOMAS ALFRED, Cherry Hill, 

New Jersey. 
BULLARD, JAMES R.M.. Richmond. 



BUNCH, LINDA KATHERINE. F a I I s Church. 
BURGIO, LORRAINE ANN, Ramsey, New 
Jersey. 



BYERS, RALPH ARTHUR, Fairfax 
BYRD, REBECCA LEE, Richmond. 



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CAMPBELL. MARY LOU. Abingdon. 
CAMPBELL. PATRICIA J.. Mechanicsville. 
CARR. DIANA DEANE, Philadelphia. Pennsyl- 
vania. 
CARROLL, PATRICK JAMES. Vienna. 
CASSADA. JANICE ANNE. Suffolk. 



CASSATLY. EDWARD. JR., Clifton. New Jer- 
sey. 
CAVE. CYNTHIA ANN. Luray. 
CHANEY. JUDITH ANN. Newport News. 
CHAPMAN. SARAH VIRGINIA. Smithfield. 
CHENEY, CHRISTINE OLIVIA. Arlington. 



,HERRY. PENELOPE ANN. Newport News. 
CHRISTENSEN. OSBORNE DAHLGREN. 

Salisbury, Maryland. 
CHRISTOFERSON. DONALD PERRY. Vienna. 
CIABURRI. MICHAEL P.. Bluefield. 
CLARK. BRIAN KENT. Manassas. 



CLARK. FREDERICK L.. Franklin. 
CLARK. JOHN ROBERT. Martinsville. 
CLARKE. AL B.. Arlington. 
CLARKE. BRENDA GAIL. Virginia Beach. 
CLAYMAN, CAROL SUE. Springfield. 



CLEMENTS. ALAN LEIGH, Arlington. 
CLEMENTS. BUDDY Q.. Alexandria. 
COAKLEY. GARY VAUGHN. King George. 
COBB. CHERYL R.. Norfolk. 
COCKRELL, ASHBY URBAN, Montross. 



COGGINS. JOHN WESLEY. JR.. Arlington. 
COLE. MARK A.. Valparaiso. Indiana. 
COLEMAN. ALICEANNE. Norfolk. 
COLEMAN. MARJORIE ANN. Pearisburg. 
COLES. KATHLEEN LOUISE, Springfield. 



COLLINS. BARCLAY POWERS. Falls Church. 
COLYER. MILDRED DARIEN, Winter Haven, 

Florida. 
COMBS. MELINDA L., Atlanta, Georgia. 
COMEAU. REGINA ELIZABETH. Alexandria. 
CONRAD. GLEN EDWARD. Radford. 



COOPER, CYNTHIA VINTON. Attleboro. Mas- 
sachusetts. 

CORSON. DAVID WESLEY. Locustville. 

COWLES. ROLL IN JAMES III. Burlington, 
Iowa. 

CRAIG. KIM. Pelham. New York. 

CREWS. RALPH LYNWOOD. Richmond. 



SOPHOMORES 385 



CROSS. CALVIN L.. Williamsburg. 

CROSS, LINDA LEE. Aschaffenburg, Ger- 
many. 

CROWE. JOHN H.. Falls Church. 

CROYLE. BARBARA ANN. Mary ville. Tennes- 
see. 

CRUSE. HAROLD MclNTIRE. C o I o n i a I 
Heights. 



CULLERS. KATHY KAY. Arlington. 
CUNNINGHAM. SUSAN WESLEY, Richmond. 
CURTIN. ERNEST ALBERT. Trenton, New 

Jersey. 
CUTLER, ELLIOTT C. , West Point, New York. 
CUTLER, JAMIE SUE, Highland Springs. 



CZARNECKI. PETER B. . Wallingford. Con- 
necticut. 

DAVEY. JOHN BARRETT. Wilton, Connecti- 
cut. 

DAVICK. THOMAS K., Richmond. 

DAVIES, HOPE M.. Fairfax. 

DAVIES. JOHN M.. Ft. Belvoir. 




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DAVIS, WILLIAM SCOTT, Plattsmouth, 

Nebraska. 
DAWSON, SANDRA KAY, Arlington, 
DEANE, EVELYN POWELL, Charlottesville. 
DeBOER. PATRICIA ALICE, Kent, Ohio. 
DELLINGER, JO ANNE, Lynchburg. 



DEMCHYK. STEPHEN JOHN. Emmaus. Penn- 
sylvania. 

DEMHARTER, PAUL REGIS, N a t r o n a 
Heights, Pennsylvania. 

DERNER. DAVID WILLIAM. M a n I i u s. New 
York. 

DEUSTER, PATRICIA ANNE. Lynchburg. 

deVARONA. HADA M.. Marion. 



DEVLIN, ELLEN JANE. Upper-Grandview, 

New York. 
deWiLDE. DONALD STEVEN. Falls Church. 
DEXTER. JOEL MARION. Richmond. 
DEYERLE. LINDA ANN, Salem. 
DIAMOND, GARY w.. Potomac, Maryland. 




386 SOPHOMORES 











Class of 1971 

DICKINSON. NANCY LEWIS. Buena Vista. 

DITULLIO, FRANK ANTHONY. Kearny. New 
Jersey. 

DODDS. JOHN H.. King of Prussia, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

DODGE. STEVEN GOODE, Staunton. 

DOE. FRANK EDWARD, McLean. 



DONELSON. DAVID MICHAEL. Falls Church. 
DOOLEY. JOHN CLAUDE. Bedford. 
DOWDY. ELIZABETH CLAIRE. Cumberland. 
DRESCHER. KENNETH GORDON. New 

Rochelle, New York. 
DRESSEL. BRUCE BORDEN. St. Marys, 

Pennsylvania. 



DRINKWATER. LAWRENCE RAY. Glen Allen. 
DRYE. JERRY WAYNE. Hampton. 
DUFF. JAMES R.. Charlottesville. 
DUFFEY. THOMAS OWEN. Norfolk. 
DULA, FRANCES SUSANNE, Gladstone. 



DUTROW. DAVID ANDREW III. Hampton. 
ELLIOTT. WILLIAM D. . W a I d w i c k, New 

Jersey. 
ELY. KAREN C. Portsmouth. 
ESSLER. JAMES E.. El Paso. Texas. 
EVANS. WAVERLY CHESTER. Richmond. 



EWART, GEORGE DANIEL. Richmond. 
FAGOT. JOHN ALLAN. Fairfax. 
FAMILANT. NORMAN. Hampton. 
FARKASH. DAVID GENE. Arlington. 
FARRELL. JAMES ROBERT. Falls Church. 



FAUST, O, 
FAWCETT, 

Virginia. 
FERGUSON 
FERGUSON 
FERGUSON 



ELIZABETH. Falls Church. 
JOHN NORTH. Wheeling, 



West 



CARL PHILLIPS, Suffolk. 
JANE ELIZABETH. Bedford. 
JANET ELIZABETH, W e S t O n, 



Massachusetts. 



FERRARI. DANIEL EDWARD, Norfolk, 
FESTA, BRIAN CHRISTOPHER. B r a n f o r d, 

Connecticut. 
FIELDS. TERRY W.. Richmond. 
FISCHER, CATHERINE, Charlottesville, 
FITZHUGH, PHILIP W. H.. McLean. 



FITZSIMMONS, JAMES ANTHONY. Alexan- 
dria. 

FOLDENAUER. CRAIG E.. Michigan City, In- 
diana. 

FORE, JULIAN WAYNE. Richmond. 

FRISCIA, JAMES H., Douglaston. New York. 

FROST. JIM BRANCH, Carrollton. 



SOPHOMORES 387 



Class of 1971 

FRUMEN. DENNIS ROBERT. Beaver Falls, 

Pennsylvania. 
FURMAN, MARGRET LOUISA, Roanoke. 
GANG, PATRICIA ANNE-MARIE, North Bald- 

\A/in, New York. 
GARBER, ROBERT E.. New Hope. 
GARLAND. MARTHA ANN, Kensington, 

Maryland. 



GARNETT. SANDRA G., Richmond. 
GARRENTON. VINCENT T. . JR. , Portsmouth. 
GARST. PATRICIA ANN. Roanoke. 
GERMAIN. SUSAN E L I Z A B E T H. Newport 

News. 
GEUDEKE, THEODORA JOHANNA, J e r s e y 

City, New Jersey. 



GILBERT, ROBERT PRESTON, Roanoke. 
GILES, HUME ANDERSON III. Norfolk. 
OILMAN. DONNA POWELL. Ashland. 
GIORDANO. GREGORY ALBERT. Easton, 

Pennsylvania. 
GODBOLD. MARIAN LACY. South Boston. 



GODWIN. ANN RALSTON. Bluefield, West 

Virginia. 
GOLLADAY, ELIZABETH MAY. Manassas. 
GOODALL. JOSEPH CULTON. Locust Dale. 
GOODBAND. SUSAN MARGARET. Wal- 

pole. Massachusetts. 
GOODRICH. CYNTHIA C, Surry. 



GORDON. LINDA-RAE, Goochland. 
GORE. CAROL K., Hong Kong, B.C.C. 
GOSNEY, BEVERLY RUTH, Danville. 
GOTTENKIENY. CHARLES HENRY. Arling- 
ton. 
GRANGER. GAIL A.. Richmond. 



GRAVATT. BRUCE L.. Kilmarnock. 

GRAVES. PATRICK WILLI AM. Vero Beach, 
Florida. 

GREENWOOD, LYNN MARIE, Alexandria. 

GREER. KATHERINE WALKER. S o u t h Bos- 
ton. 

GRENFELL. JANE DOUGLASS. Alexandria. 



GRIFFIN, CATHERINE LOUIS. Dunn Loring. 
GRIFFIN, JOHN PORTER. JR.. Dillwyn. 
GRIFFITH, JEANNE ELAINE. Gein Mills. 

Pennsylvania. 
GRIFFITH, MARGARET ELLEN, Cockeysville, 

Maryland. 
GRIZZARD, HUGH SWANSON. Emporia. 



GRONINGER, CHERYL KAY. Trenton. New 

Jersey. 
GROVES. TIMOTHY W.. Bethesda. Maryland. 
G U N I A. GERTRUDE GENETTE. Pittsburgh, 

Pennsylvania. 
HACKETT. DONALD JAMES. Blacksburg. 
HALL. ZOE ANN. Newport News. 










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HAMILTON. ALFRED DAVID. Appomattox. 
HAMMOND. CRAIG C. Gainesville. Florida. 
HARDAWAY. JAMES HALLOWELL. Crewe. 
HARTMAN, EDWARD HALE, Williamsburg. 
HARVEY. CHRIS LESLIE. Newport News. 



HARVITH. STEPHEN ALAN. Annandale. 
HATHCOCK, KAREN SUE, Chesapeake. 
HAUSMAN. WILLIAM J.. Ft. Wayne. Indiana. 
HAWKS. KATHLEEN B.. Richmond. 
HAYDEN. GARY LYNN. Newport News. 



HAYDEN. SHARON LYNN. Onancock. 
HAYECK, CLAUDE BERNARD. Arlington. 
HAYES. JANET ELAINE, Oradell. New Jersey. 
HECHT, ALLAN SPENCER, East Meadow, 

New York. 
HEMPEL, JOHN DALE, Annandale. 




SOPHOMORES 389 



Class of 1971 

HEN. JACOB, JR.. Nutley. New Jersey. 
HENKEL. ROBEA ALLISON. Portsmouth. 
HENNES. CORNELIA H., Pittstown, New 

Jersey. 
HERITAGE. JOSEPH SKINNER. Fairfax. 
HEROUX, BARBARA ELIZABETH, Lancaster, 

Pennsylvariia. 



HERSHNER, RONALD ALAN, North Arling- 
ton. 

HETTERMANN. MARK L.. Arlington. 

HEWITT. PHYLLIS R.. Portsmouth. 

HIATT. LORETTA ANN. Laurel Fork. 

HICKCOX, JOANNE B., Watertown. Connecti 
cut. 



HICKEY, DIANE LINDSEY. Springfield. 
HICKS. GARLAND ELMO. Richmond. 
HICKS. ROBERT WILSON. Alexandria. 
HILDRETH, ROBERT EDMUND. JR., Staun 




HILL. CONNIE RAY. Martinsville. 
HILL. MARTHA SUSAN. Virginia Beach. 
HILTON. PAMELA. Lincoln. Nebraska. 
HOBSON, ROBERT EUGENE. JR., Annan 

dale. 
HOCKMAN, BRUCE W.. St. Louis, Missouri. 



HOGGARD, CHARLOTTE ANN. Newport 

News. 
HOLBROOK. BRUCE C. McLean. 
HOLMES. DONALD ANDREW. Lynbrook, 

New York. 
HOOKER. H. LESTER. Ill, Williamsburg. 
HOOSE. FRANK J.. Vienna. 




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HOOVER. GREGORY JOHN. Bridgeton. New 
Jersey. 

HOPKINS. HUGH CALDWELL. Maplewood. 
New Jersey. 

HOPKINS. MARTHA ETHEL. Roanoke. 

HOPKINS. SUZANNE M.. Stuart. 

HORROM. MICHAEL HOWARD. Bowie, Mary- 
land. 



HOWER. DEBORAH ELLIS. Alexandria. 

HOYER. DAVID LOUIS. Yardley. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

HUBER. JEANNE M. . Charleston. South Caro- 
lina. 

HUDAK. KATHLEEN MARY, Norfolk. 

HUDGENS. JAMES S T E P H E N. Newport 
News. 



HUNSBERGER. KAREN ANN. Falls Church. 
HUTCHERSON. FREDA DALE. Hurt. 
JACOBS. LARRY MICHAEL. Fredericksburg. 
JACOBSEN. KURT LANCE. Annandale. 
JAEGER. BETTY ANN, Newport News. 





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ware. 
JEFFRESS. 
JENDRON. 

land. 
JOHNSON. 
JOHNSON. 



AMY LOUISE. Wilmington, Oela- 

VICKI J.. Odenton, Maryland. 
ROBERT C Williamsville, M a r y- 

CARSTEN CARL, Lovettsville. 
JOHN ELLIS, Boykins. 



JOHNSON, MADOLIN P., Beacon. New York. 
JOHNSON. RONALD HUGH, Richmond. 
JOHNSON. SARAH LYLE. Richmond. 
JOHNSTON. JOHN C. G.. Mentor, Ohio. 
JOHNSTON, LEWIS Z. Ill, Petersburg. 



SOPHOMORES 39 



Class of 1971 



JOHNSTON. LYNN EMERY. Canton, Georgia. 

JOLLY. ROBERT D.. Clarksville. 

JONES. FRANCES EVELYN. Mechanicsville. 

JONES. FRANCIS ALICE. Marion. 

JONES. PETER JACKSON. Des Moines. Iowa. 



JONES. THOMAS WARNER, H u n t i n g t o n. 

West Virginia. 
JONES. WILLIAM HENRY, Midlothian. 
JORDAN, RAYMOND FOSTER, Gloucester 

Point. 
JORDAN, WILLIAM THOMAS, Williamsburg. 
JOYCE. CHARLES DeCOU III. Falls Church. 



KALE. WALTER F. . Charlotte, North Carolina. 

KARELITZ. RICHARD ALAN. Elizabeth. New 
Jersey. 

KAUFFMANN. JAMES FRANCIS, Virginia 
Beach. 

KA2EBEER. JACK DEAN. Hopewell. 

KELLER. ALPHEUS E., Fairless Hills, Penn- 
sylvania. 



KENNEY. JEREMIAH JOSEPH. Latham. New 

York. 
KEPPEL. KENNETH GEORGE, Northfield. 

New Jersey. 
KERR. KATHY. Springfield. 
KEYES. LAURA C Roanoke. 
KIBLER. JEFFREY WAYNE. Richmond. 



KING, A. PAUL III, Beach Haven, New Jer- 
sey. 

KING, KAREN LEE, Hampton. 

KING. KENNETH A. . JR. . Thompsonville, 
Connecticut, 

KINTNER, SUSAN BROOKS, Bethesda, Mary- 
land. 

KIPPS. ROBERT LEE. Fredericksburg. 



KIRKUP. ALICE KAY. Weems. 
KLEIN. FRED A., Wilmette, Illinois. 
KLEMKOWSKI. VIRGINIA ANN, Baltimore, 

Maryland. 
KLOTZ. KATHLEEN L.. Annandale. 
KOHLER, JAMES ANDREW, Vienna. 



KREULIN. MARTHA ANN. Tyler. Texas. 
KRIETE. MARGARET C.. Tappahannock. 
KRUG, ROBYN IRENE. Fairfax, 
KRUPA. CHERYL JAN. Springfield. 
KUIKEN. GARRY HENRY. Hawthorne. New 
Jersey. 







KULESZ, JAMES JOHN, Fredericksburg. 
KURTZ. SHARON VIRGINIA. Williamsburg. 
KYMMELL, A. WILLEM, Vienna. 
LA CROIX. MARK GANNON. Fairfax. 
LABELL. GREGORY LANCE, Fairfax, 




392 SOPHOMORES 



LABONTE. LAURA A.. Martinsville. 
LAIKIND, KENT ALEXANDER, Annandale. 
LAMBEY. DAVID OWEN, Mogadore, Ohio. 
LANZER, BARBARA GARRISON, Fairfax. 
LAWALL, CAROL ANN. Falls Church. 



LAWRENCE. WYATT ELIZABETH. Staunton, 
LAYCOCK. JOHN NUNNELLY, Hamilton. 
LAYNE, CHRISTOPHER COOPER, Richmond. 
LEAMER, DIANA MAE, Falls Church. 
LEBACK, WARREN THOMAS, Franklin 
Lakes. New Jersey. 



LEGERTON, WINIFRED R.. Atlanta, Georgia. 
LEMON, DAVID LAMAR. Roanoke. 
LEMON, JULIA REBECCA, Virginia Beach. 
LEOBOLD, CHARLES. Vienna. 
LERECHE. PEGGY A . McLean. 



LEWICKI, RODNEY DAVIS. Richmond. 
LEWIS. DAVID NORMAN, Martinsville. 
LILLARD, GAYLE HAMILTON, Arlington, 
LINEWEAVER, DAVID ROSS, Mt. Crawford. 
LODGE, T, SCOTT, JR., New Castle, Dela- 
ware. 




SOPHOMORES 393 




LOVELACE. SUSAN LEE. Manassas. 

LOVELL. MARY WOODWARD, Severna Park. 
Maryland. 

LOWRY. HENRY CARTER, JR., Richmond. 

LUCAS, GEORGE RAMSDELL, Ft. Walton 
Beach, Florida. 

LUCAS, KATHY MARGARET, Coco Solo, Ca- 
nal Zone. 



LUCCKETTI, NICHOLAS MICHAEL. Pearl 
River. New York. 

LUNDQUIST. NANCY CLAIRE. Bon Air. 

LYDDAN, MELISSA PAT, Louisville, Ken- 
tucky. 

MAGUIGAN. TIMOTHY STEPHEN. Chester. 

MAIERS. SHARON. Ankara. Turkey. 



MANN, JEFFREY MORAN, Towson, Mary- 
land. 

MANNA, RALPH E U G E N E, West L O n g 
Branch, New Jersey. 

MANNING, CHARLES NELMS. Hamilton, 
Bermuda. 

MARTIN, DENNIS JOSEPH. JR.. Yorktown. 

MARTIN. MARGARET ST.C. Rocky Mount. 



MARTIN, WILLIAM HENRY, III, Fort Mill 

South Carolina. 
MASON. JANE CAROLYN, Norfolk. 
MASSIE, BARBARA R., Crozet. 
MAYS, HARRIET ELIZABETH, Bluefield. 
MAYS. JAMES M., JR.. Dallas, Texas. 



MAYS. SARAH DORIS. Richmond. 
MCALLISTER. WILLIAM DAVID, Arlington. 
MCARTHUR. JOHN MARK. Gate City. 
McCANNELL. ROBERT JAY. Vienna, 

Mcdonald, thomas joseph. upper sad- 
dle River, New Jersey. 




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Class of 1971 



McGEHEE, LESLEY HATHAWAY, Alexandria. 

McGOWAN, SUSAN JEAN, Baltimore. Mary- 
land. 

McGUIRE, GAY ELIZABETH, Clffton Forge. 

McKELWAY, BEN MOSBY, Arlington. 

Mckenzie, mary BRUCE, Salisbury, North 
Carolina. 



McMAHON, JANET E.. Arlington. 

McMillan, john edward. Arlington. 

McTIGHE, JAMES JOSEPH, College Park, 
Maryland. 

MENAKER, LAWRENCE JAMES. Waynes- 
boro. 

MERRICK, WILLIAM GORDON, Gordonsville. 



MEYER, MARGARET KATHRYN, Richmond. 
MEYERSON. STUART JAMES, Arlington. 
MICHALEC. EUGENE T.. Fredericksburg. 
MIDDAUGH. J, KENDALL, Fairfax. 
MILLER, GEORGE WALDO, Lewiston, Penn- 
sylvania. 



MILLER, JAMES R., Arlington. 

MILLER, JEAN SALIN. Oklahoma City, Okla- 
homa, 

MILLER, VIRGINIA ANN, Port Jefferson, Long 
Island, New York. 

MILLETTE, LEROY FRANCIS, Fairfax. 

MIMS, M. CATHERINE, Luray. 



MITCHELL, STEPHEN HARRISON, Rich- 
mond, 
MITTS, GORDON M.. Portsmouth. 
MONACELL. LOUIS R.. Arlington. 
MOORE, DARRYL F., Virginia Beach. 
MOORE. LINDA J., Bayport, New York. 



SOPHOMORES 395 



MOORE. STEPHEN FENNER. Disputanta. 
MOOREHEAD. HAROLD III. Trevose. Penn- 
sylvania. 
MORDEN. BOB SEALE. Bad Axe. Michigan. 
MORECOCK. JOHN ALBERT. Portsmouth. 
MORGAN. JOHN. Flemington. New Jersey. 



MORGAN. MARCELLA ANNE, Alexandria. 

MORRIS. JOYCE GAYLE. Lynchburg. 

MORRIS. PEGGY ANNE. Appomattox. 

MORRISON. JEANNINE DOROTHY. Lathrup 
Village. Michigan. 

MUMPOWER. JERYL LYNN, Bristol. Tennes- 
see. 



WILLIAM RANDOLPH CARTER, 



MUNSEY. 

Council. 
MURPHY. 

York. 
MUSTAIN 
NAUMAN. 
NAY. ROBERT F.. Springfield. 



BRIAN DAVID. White Plains. New 



WILLIAM DEUEL, Gretna. 
JUDY GRACE, Richmond. 




NIEELEY. KENNETH ROBERT, Veedersburg, 
Indiana. 

NEFF. REBECCA LYNN. Blacksburg. 

NEWCOMER. JUDY ANNE, Lancaster, Penn- 
sylvania. 

NEWSOME. ROBERT BENNETT, Yorktown. 

NICHOLSON. DEE ANN. Sandston. 



NICOLAISEN. JOHN HANSON, Rockville, 

Maryland. 
NILES, BRUCE ARTHUR, Sumerduck. 
NIX, JAMES H.. Alexandria. 
NORAKO, VINCENT WALTER. Maplewood. 

New Jersey. 
NORTH. LINDSEY JEAN. McLean. 




396 SOPHOMORES 




Class of 1971 

NORTH, ROBERT W-. Charlottesville. 

OAKES, MARTIN J,. Hampton. 

O'BRIEN, JAMES JOSEPH, Wheeling, West 

Virginia. 
O'CALLAGHAN, CYNTHIA ANNE, Atlanta, 

Georgia. 
O'DEUL. JANE BABCOCK, Duluth, Minnesota. 



OFFUTT, WILLIAM ERNEST, III, Arlington. 
OLNEY, DONNA JO. Columbus. Georgia. 
OLSEN. CHRISTOPHER JOHN, Alexandria. 
OVERSTREET. JANE CAROL. Bedford. 
PAGELS, MATTHEW TODD, Bayport. New 
York. 



PAISLEY, DIANE LOUISE, Richmond. 
PANNILL. M, GREYSON. Martinsville. 
PARKER, LONNIE LAMAR, Portsmouth, 
PARNHAM, THOMAS A., Herndon. 
PATTERSON. LINDA LEE, Williamsburg. 




PAYNE. RONALD F., Purcellville. 
PEABODY, MALBURNE JEWETT, JR., Wash- 
ington, D.C. 
PEAT. STEPHANIE JEAN . Falls Church. 
PEEK, WILLIAM THOMAS, Richmond. 
PERRY, THOMAS LLOYD, Franklin. 



PETERS. MARY BEVERLEY. Richmond. 
PETERS. VICTORIA ANN. Virginia Beach. 
PETTEY. DRUCILLA ANNE, Alexandria. 
PETTY, WILLIAM G., Wheaton, Maryland, 
PHELPS. JOHN F,, Pueblo, Colorado. 



SOPHOMORES 39' 



Class of 1971 




PHILLIPS. DORA KAY. Alexandria. 
PIERCE. WILLIAM GAIL. Ft. L a u d e r d a I e 

Florida. 
PIXLEY. LYNDA GLYDEN. Chase City. 
PLASEIED. AGHDAS. Arlington. 
PLASMATI. KATHLEEN LOUISE. W a I p O I e 

Massachusetts. 



POLAND. MARK WAYNE. Hampton. 

PONGRATZ. MICHELE G . Hampton. 

PORTER. RICHARD BRYAN , Le ba no n, Indi- 
ana. 

POST, UAVID BRUCE. Salisbury. North Caro 
lina. 

POTENZA, JAMES ROBERT. Medway. Mas 
sachusetts. 



POWELL, CLARENCE LESLIE. JR.. Suffolk. 
POWELL. RAYBURN ROSS. Norfolk. 
POWELL. WILLIAM MITCHELL. Fredericks- 
burg. 
POWERS. ROGER WAYNE. Abingdon. 
PROCTOR. B. EILEEN, Richmond. 



PULLIAM. DONALD MORRIS. Roanoke. 

RAIKEN. LAWRENCE SCOTT. Jericho. Long 
Island. New York. 

RAIRIGH. BEVERLY ANN. Houston. Texas. 

RAMSEY, ELIZABETH LEE, Maryville, Ten- 
nessee. 

RAWLINGS. LEIGH HELEN. Woodbridge. 




398 SOPHOMORES 



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RAWLS, RAYMONA A.. Newport News. 

REDMOND, LINDA LEE. Richmond. 

REES. THOMAS SINCLAIR. HyattSville, 
Maryland. 

REXRODE. MOLLY CATHERINE. Charlottes- 
ville. 

RICHARDSON. DANA T. . D a n v e r s, Massa- 
chusetts. 



RICHEY, CHARLES RICHARD. Martinsville. 
R I C K E T T S. MARCIA KATHERINE. Wayne, 

Pennsylvania. 
RIDEOUT, FRANCES NELSON. Stony Creek. 
RIESSER. ROBERT RICHARD. Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 
RITCH, STEPHEN WITTMER, St. Petersburg, 

Florida. 



ROBERTS. EDWARD GRAHAM. Suffolk. 
ROBERTS. TED WORDEN, Martinsville. 
ROBINETT, WILLIAM L.. Fairfield, Connecti- 
cut. 
ROBINSON, JANE A., Poquoson. 
ROBINSON. KENNETH JEROME. Arlington. 



ROCKWELL, JEFFREY LOUIS. Pacific Pali- 
sades, California. 

RODDY, KIMBERLY ANNE, Dallas, Pennsyl- 
vania, 

ROETTINGER, ROBIN R U T H, Lake Ronkon- 
koma. New York. 

r.-'K~ERS. JANET EVELYN, McLean, 

I .ERS, THOMAS DAVID, Wakefield. 



SOPHOMORES 399 



ROSSER, ROBIN WALLACE. Billerica. Massa- 
chusetts. 

ROWAN. M. LINDA. Virginia Beach. 

ROXBROUGH, LEE K.. Alexandria. 

RUBANO. GREGORY L., New Hyde Park, 
New York. 

RUCK, STEPHANIE MARTINE. Arlington. 



RUCKER. LINDA DELL. Rocky Mount. 
RUSSELL. PATRICIA LOUISE. Fort Worth. 

Texas. 
SAARI. BARBARA M.. Port Chester. New 

York. 
SAMUELS. RICHARD ALLEN. Charlottesville. 
SANDERS. KENNETH ROBERT, Levit- 

town, Pennsylvania. 



SANDQUIST. CHARLOTTE W E B B. Waynes- 
boro. 

SASSER. BRUCE KENT, Smithfield. 

SAUER. BEVERLY ANN. Baltimore. Mary- 
land. 

SAWYER, CAROL ALEXIS. Charlottesville. 

SCANTLEBURY. ALICE FREER. Nash- 
ville, Tennessee. 



SCHAULE. BRUCE WILLIAM. Covington. 
SCHEELE. RICHARD ALLAN. Arlington. 
SCHILLING, KATHLEEN L., Alexandria. 
SCHMIDT. CHRISTINA MARGARET. H a m i I- 

ton. Ohio. 
SCHNEIDER. MARCIA LYNN. Waynesboro. 



SCHUMAKER. CATHERINE S.. Springfield. 

SCHWENK. SUSAN JANE. Lansdale, Penn- 
sy Ivania. 

SCROGHAM. NANCY KATHRYN. Lynchburg. 

SCRUGGS. MARI FRANCES, Clearwater. Flor- 
ida. 

SEAY. WILLIAM WAYNE. Richmond. 



SEEK, GARY LYNN. Fairfax. 
SELBY. ROBERT VANCE, Richmond. 
SEYMOUR. SHARON BECHTEL. Lakeville. 

Connecticut. 
SHACKELFORD. JONATHAN E.. Alexandria. 
SHEEHY, JOANNE, Falls Church. 



SHELTON. DONNA BYRON. Lynchburg. 
SHEPARDSON. SCOTT. Richmond. 
SHEPHERD. CAROLYN ANN. Richmond. 
SHIPP. MARJORIE SUSAN. Clifton Forge. 
SHIRLEY. KATHLEEN, Overland Park, Kansas. 



SHRADER. STEVEN WYCK. Winchester. 
SHRIVER. MARK OWINGS. Toronto, Ontario. 
SHY, JEFFREY RUSSELL. B i r m i n g h a m. 

Michigan. 
SIKORA. JAMES. Poquoson. 
SILVER. DAVID FREEMAN. Raleigh, North 

Carolina. 




400 SOPHOMORES 




Class of 1971 



SILVERMAN. JEFFREY SCOTT, New York, 

Nevv York. 
SIMMONS. OMA GAIL. Mt. Jackson. 
SIMPSON. MICHAEL GARY. Spain. 



SINGLETON. LINDA SUE. Norfolk. 
SIVERTSEN. KAREN JILL. Virginia Beach. 
SIZEMORE, WILLIAM HOWARD. JR.. ClarkS- 
ville. 



SLEPOKURA. JOHN M.. Manville. New Jer- 
sey. 

SLOAN. DAVID NEAL. New Haven. Connect- 
icut. 

SLUSSER. MARY CATHERINE. Mechanics- 
ville. 



SMALL. JOHN ALLEN. Norfolk. 
SMITH. BETTY ANN. Marion. 
SMITH. EDDIE ANDREW. Staunton. 



SMITH. GEORGE WILLIAM. Palatine. Illinois. 

SMITH. HARLAN FRENCH. A r d S I e y, N e w 

York. 

SMITH. LARRY DAVID. Richmond. 



SMITH, LARRY EUGENE. Dayton. 
SMITH, LESLIE HOLLISTER, Richmond. 
SMITH. PATRICIA J., Hopewell. 



SMITH. SHARON LEE, Waynesboro. 
SMITH, VIRGINIA ELIZABETH. Atlanta, 

Georgia. 
SMYTHERS. CAROL JANE. Radford. 



SNAPP, SANDRA MAE. Winchester. 
SNEAD. WILLIAM BEN. Lynchburg. 
SNYDER. LtNDA LEE. Califon. New Jersey. 



SOPHOMORES 401 




SPEAKMAN 

Delaware- 
SPENCER. BILLIE JO. Coraopolis, Pennsylva 

nia. 
STAGE. GARY LEE, Easton. Pennsylvania. 
STAHL. STEPHANIE DIANE. Arlington. 
STALL, ANNE MARIA. Newport News. 



STANTON. DIANE GEORGIA. Virginia Beach 
STATHES. LEWIS C O L E. Kensington, Mary 

land. 
STEBBINS, MARTHA MARY, Chester. 
STEWART. FRANCES LOUISE. Reston. 
STIEBEL. MICHAEL SIDNEY. Richmond. 



STILES. WILLIAM ALFRED. JR., McLean. 
ST. JOHN, SANDRA BRIDGET, Newington 

Connecticut. 
STOWE. WALTER BERRY. JR.. Norfolk. 
STREAGLE. SUZANNE FAY. Seaford. 
STRUNCE, DAVID GAYLEN, Winchester. 



402 



SOPHOMORES 




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Class of 1 97 1 

SUBER. WILLIAM ORVILLE. Greenwood. 

South Carolina. 
SWAIM. CHERYL LUISE. South Boston. 
SWANSON, MARGARET VERENA. Fairfax. 
TARPLEY. ELIZABETH ANN. Richmond. 
TAYLOR. DEBBIE D.. Williamsburg. 



TAYLOR. VERNON CARY. JR.. Hampton. 

TERRY. RUTH COOPER, Critz. 

THIEL. ANTHONY MICHAEL. Shaker 

Heights, Ohio. 
THOMPSON. JAMES NEAL, JR.. Alexandria. 
THOMPSON, THOMAS JAMES. Roanoke. 



THRASHER. CATHERINE ANN. Chesapeake. 

TITUS. BRUCE E.. New Canaan, Connecticut. 

TOMECK, EDWARD MICHAEL. Saratoga 
Springs, New York. 

TOONE. JANICE LEE. Triangle. 

TRENT. NANCY RUSSELL, Frankfort. Ken- 
tucky. 



TROGDON. LINDA IRENE. Bedford. Massa- 
chusetts. 

TROUP. CHARLES GORDON. Quincy. Massa- 
chusetts. 

TUCK. NANCY LYNNE. Richmond. 

TULLOCH. ANDREA LOUISE. Waynesboro. 

TUNDERMANN. LEONARD KARL, Oak lyn. 
New Jersey. 



TURNER. CHRISTINE E. . Babylon. New York. 
TURNER. PATRICIA LOUISE. Falls Church. 
TUTHILL. JANET C Williamsburg. 
TYREE. PETER B.. Williamsburg. 
UEBELHER, LENORE K A T H E R I N E, Alex- 
andria. 



UPHAM. THOMAS LEROY. Wales Center, 

New York. 
VALZ. ROBERT KINNEY. Richmond. 
VAN HOUTEN, KAREN HELENE. T o r o n t o. 

Canada. 
VAUGHAN. SUSAN FRANCES. Richmond. 
VAUGHN. CURTIS LYNWOOD. Bedford. 



VEIGLE. JOHN FREDERICK. Falls Church. 

VOGEL, VIRGINIA ANNE. Sigonella. Sicily. 

VREELAND. MARITTA S I S S O N. Pasadena. 
California. 

WACHOB. PAMELA A.. Ft. Lauderdale, Flor- 
ida. 

WAGNER. ELLEN LOUISE. Arlington. 



WAITES, ALAN. Annandale. 

WALLACE. BARBARA JOAN. Gibsonia, 

Pennsylvania. 
WALLING. MARK WILLIAM. Hicksville. N e w 

York. 
.VALSH. DENNIS THOMAS. Richmond. 
WALTERS. ANN G.. Salem. 



SOPHOMORES 403 



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Class of 1971 

WARBURTON. JAK S.. North Attleboro, Mas- 
sachusetts. 

WARD. ALVIN N.. JR., Devon. Pennsylvania. 

WARE. CAROL ELIZABETH. Oxford. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

WARREN. SAMUEL K.. Chesapeake. 

WARRICK. ANNE FILLMORE, Norfolk. 



WATTS, SHELLEY ANN, Scarsdale. New 

York. 
WEBB. JAMES RODERICK. Waynesboro. 
WEBSTER, TONYA FAYE. Roanoke, 
WEDD, GEORGE GOULD, Richmond, 
WEDDING. TERESA L.. Arlington. 



WEDDLE. WILLIAM ELLIOT, Alexandria, 
WEIGLE, GREGORY P A U L, Bedford Village, 

New York. 
WEIHER. KENNETH EDWARD, Glenshaw, 

Pennsylvania. 
WEST, GERALD MARTIN. Chincoteague, 
WESTER. NANCY E.. Norfolk. 



WETHERELL, BARBARA ANNE, Williams- 
burg. 

WHIMAN. DAVID ALLEN. Norfolk. 

WHITE. PAUL RICHARD. Arlington. 

WHITENACK, BRUCE GEORGE, New Shrews- 
bury, New Jersey. 

WIEMANN. PATRICIA ANN. Arlington. 



WILBOURNE, SARA RANDOLPH, Richmond. 
WILLIAMS, EMPSY MARSHELL, Blackstone. 
WILLIAMSON, JOEL EDWARD, Brookings. 

South Dakota. 
WILSON. CONNIE JUNE. Disputanta. 
WILSON. JAMES THOMAS. Newport News. 






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WILSON. MARK D., Richmond. 

WILSON. PATRICK C. Mexico City, Mexico. 

WILSON. SANDRA ANN. Warminster. Penn- 
sylvania. 

WILSON. SUZANN GAIL. Charleston. West 
Virginia. 

WINBORNE. CLAIBORNE REID. Norfolk. 



WINDHAM. ROBERT CRAIG. C h e V y Chase. 

Maryland. 
WINFREE. LANE. Alexandria. 
WINFREE. WILLIAM ASHTON. Richmond. 
WINN. BRIAN SCOTT. Providence. Rhode Is- 

land- 
WOOD. CAROLYN SUE. Bassett. 



WOOD. WILLIAM HENRY. Uemoyne. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

WOODWARD. CHARLOTTE, Barhamsville. 

WOOLEYHAN. JOHN C Quincy, Illinois. 

WRIGHT, CHRISTOPHER G., Guthrie, Okla- 
homa. 

WYATT. SANDERS J.. JR.. Richmond. 



WYNKOOP, MARILYN ALICE. Downsville, 
New York. 

YOKSAS, ALBERT CHARLES, Alexandria. 

YOUNG. RICHARD LLOYD. Williamsburg. 

YOWAN. VIVIAN DIANE. Trumbull. Connecti- 
cut. 

YOWELL. MARY ANNE. Vienna. 



ZIMMERMAN. CARL M., Alexandria. 

ZIMMERMAN. LESTER, Demarest. N e v^ Jer- 
sey. 

ZINKE. KATHLEEN DOROTHY, West Henriet- 
ta. New York. 

ZUBER. LINDA JEAN. Norfolk. 

ZUCKER. CHERYL R., North Caldwell. 



SOPHOMORES 405 




406 




Lou Petralia. president. 



Chris Hunt, vice president 



Mary Woodward, historian. 




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Class of 1 972 

ABERNATHY. LINDA DARLENE. Clinton, 
Maryland. 

ADAMS, ANGELA FAYE. Culpeper. 

ADAMS. HAWES NETHERLAND, II. Arling- 
ton. 

AGRICOLA, WILLIAM EDWARD, Portsmouth. 

AH EARN. CHRISTINE, Huntington Station, 
New York. 



AHERON, SUSAN LEE. Roanoke. 
AHLSTROM. ALETA MARIE. Montgomery, 

Alabama. 
AKE. WALTER FREDERICK, Falls Church. 
AKERS. GARY WESLEY. Hopewell. 
AKERS. JOHN WILLIAM. Radford. 



ALBRIGHT. LAURA L.. North Tonawanda. 
New York. 

ALDRIDGE. THOMAS CHAPPELL, JR., Alex- 
andria. 

ALFORD, WILLIAM ANDREW, Po rt s mo u th. 

ALLMOND. LINDA LEA. Hopewell. 

AMENDE. LYNN MERIDITH. Alexandria. 



AMY. GRISELDA SHAVANNAH. Laneview. 
ANDERSEN. LYNN LORAINE. Aberdeen, 

Maryland. 
ANDERSON. DONALD DAVID. Waynesboro. 
ANDERSON. ROBERT ERNEST, Woodstown, 

New Jersey. 
ANDERSON. SANDRA GAIL, Teaneck. New 

Jersey. 



ANTONOFF. FRED D.. Arlington. 

APPEL. PETER P.. Chincoteague. 

ARNOLD. KATHRYN lONE. Clinton. South 

Carolina. 
ARNOLD. MARIE GRACE. Warrenton. 
ARTHUR. MILDRED A.. Richmond. 



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ASHWORTH, DONNA CORINNE, Yardley, 
Pennsylvania. 

ASTON, LAURA LEE. Elberton, Georgia. 

ATKINSON, WILLIAM J., Dallas, Texas. 

AUGSPURGER, JANET LEE, Lexington, Ken- 
tucky. 

AUSURA, MARY ELIZABETH, Newport 
News. 



A2ZARONE. ALBERT MATTHEW, Somerset. 

Massachusetts. 
BAHLMAN. CAROL LYNNE, Virginia Beach. 
BAILEY. BONITA SUSAN. Pleasant View. 
BAILEY. JANICE EUGENIA. Wakefield. 
BALDWIN. TIMOTHY BRUCE. Arlington. 



BALKEMA, DENNIS JAY. Midland Park. New 

Jersey. 
BALLARD, DEBORAH SUE. White Post. 
BALTES. ELIZABETH VALINTINE, Hampton. 
BARBOUR. PAMELA ANN. Springfield. 
BARD, PHILIP ALAN, Annandale. 



BARGER, BETTY ELLEN, Newport News. 

BARGER. ROBERT W., Buena Vista. 

BARKOVIC, DEBORAH ANNE, Brigantine, 
New Jersey. 

BARRELL, MARY STUART, Culpeper. 

BARROWS, JULIA ANN, Chelmsford, Massa- 
chusetts. 



BARRY, JOHN STUART. Arlington. 
BASKIN. LESLIE. Springfield. 
BASS. BEVERLY SUSAN. Clarksville. 
BATES. DAVID EUGENE. Richmond. 
BEARD, RICHARD STARK, Westport, Con- 
necticut. 



BEAVER. LINDA KAY, Danville. 

BECHER, JOHN D., JR.. Falls Church. 

BECKAGE. NANCY ELIZABETH, Newport 

News. 

BEEKMAN, GERARD KEITH. H e m p s t e a d. 

New York. 
BELEW, JERRY MASON, Charlottesville. 



BELL, FRANK WISE, JR., Birdsnest. 

BENDA, ANDREA K., Virginia Beach. 

BENNETT, CHARLES L A R R Y, Hodgenville, 
Kentucky. 

BENNETT, FRANK HERMAN, Laurelton, New 
Jersey. 

BERNSTEIN. JANET LYNN, Port Washing- 
ton, New York. 



BEVERLY. BARBARA ELAINE. Clintwood. 
BINDA. MARC CHRISHAN. Falls Church. 
BIRD. JOANNE. Hampton. 
BLAIR. DIANNA SUE. Max Meadows. 
BLAIR. JOSEPH EDWARD. Suffolk. 




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BLANDFORD, AGNES HILL. Newport News. 

BLEDSOE. BARBARA ANN, Prince George. 

BLYTH. BYRON ELAINE. Chapel Hill. North 
Carolina 

BOERNER. DAVID F. . D o y I e s t o w n. Penn- 
sylvania. 

BOISSEAU. JOHN SANFORD. Richmond. 



BOKACH. LINDA ELLEN. Springfield. 
BONIFANT. WILLIAM W O O D I N G. Silver 

Spring. Maryland. 
BOWMAN. DIANA BRADSHAW, Richmond. 
BOZARTH, CATHY LEONE. Falls Church. 
BRACKEN. CHERYL CHRISTINE. Annandale. 



BRADSHAW. CHERRY ANNA. Franklin. 
BRAMWELL. JOHN DOUGLAS. Falls Church. 
BRANT. BARBARA ANN. Alexandria. 
BRAY. EDITH M.. Arlington. 
BREEDING. CHARLES A.. Lynchburg. 



BREWER. ROBERT HAROLD. Bethesda. 

Maryland. 
BRICK. SUSAN JANE. Medford. New Jersey. 
BRIDGERS. LINDA LENORE. Ashland. 
BRIDWELL. JUDY IRIS. Gate City. 
BRIGHOUSE. MARK S . Rahway. New Jersey . 



BROOM. EMILY CAROLAN. Mechanicsvillc. 
BROWER. DEBRA MOORE. Staunton. 
BROWN. JANICE LEIGH. Sterling. 
BRUCE. CHRISTY JEAN. Lynchburg. 
BRUGH. LEWIS LATANE. Troutville. 



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BRUSH, ROBERT THURMOND. Faber. 
BRYANT. JOHN WILLIAM. Greenville. 
BUCHANAN. PATRICK C. Williamsburg. 



BUCKLAND. DENNIS E.. Lexington. 
BUCKLES. PATRICIA KAY. Vienna. 
BUCKNER. ELIZABETH STUART. Hood. 



BUHRER. NANCY E.. Virginia Beach. 
BULLOCK. KENNETH W I L S O N. Freder- 
icksburg. 
BUNKER, DENISE LYNN. St. Charles. Illinois. 



BURGESS. SARA ADELIA, Chester. 
BURKE. JOSEPH DANIEL. Alexandria. 
BURTON. FRED HERBERT, Ridgewood, New 
Jersey. 



BURTON. MARTHA JANE. Richmond. 
BUTLER. ELIZABETH M.. Portsmouth. 
BYRNE. ROBERT MARTYN. Naha. Okinawa. 



CAHILL, LAUREEN ELLEN. Ridgefield Park, 
New Jersey. 

CAHILL, SUSAN ANNE, HyattSville. Mary- 
land. 

CALDWELL, WENDY KAY, Huntington New 
York, 



CALE, KATHRYN LEIGH, Jackson, Mississip- 
pi. 

CALLOWHILL, PETER BURT, Paoli. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

CAMPBELL, BRENTON PAIGE, Waynesboro. 



CAMPBELL, LOUIS KERFORD, Fincastle. 
CAMPBELL. PATRICK BENJAMIN. Thorn- 
wood, New York. 
CARNEY. STEPHEN P.. McLean. 








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CARR, CAROL ALICE. Winchester. 
CARTER. GARY WAYNE. Roanoke. 
CARTY. BETTY ANN. Portsmouth. 



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CHANDLER. JOHN STEVEN. Arlington. 
CHAPMAN. KENNETH CHARLES, Manches- 
ter. Massachusetts. 
CHAUSSE, CAROL JEAN. Roanoke. 



CHERRINGTON. STEPHEN FRASER. Vienna. 
CHESS, WALTER K.. New Concord, Ohio. 
CHESTER JONES. RUTH, Sheffield, England. 



CHILDRESS. ELIZABETH RAE. Richmond. 
CHILDRESS. LOUIS DEAK. Lynchburg. 
CHRISTENSEN. CAROL A., Wilmette. Illinois. 



CHRISTENSEN. TODD MICH AEL. E I g i n, Illi- 
nois. 
CLARK, CHERYL LYNN, St, Louis. Missouri. 
CLARK, DOUGLAS KENT. Kettering. Ohio. 



CLARK. STEPHAN THOMAS. Portsmouth, 
CLARKE, CARLTON STUART. Richmond. 
CLARKSON. CAROL ELAINE. Roanoke. 



CLEMENT. CATHERINE LOY. Virginia Beach, 
CLICK, PATRICIA CATHERINE. Weyers Cave. 
CLINE, KATHLEEN MARIE, Hampton, 



CLOHAN, JOHN PHILLIP, Falls Church. 
CLOUSER. CAROLYN, Roanoke. 
COAKLEY, DANIEL JOHN. Alexandria. 



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COBB, CHERYL DIANE, Portsmouth. 
COLEMAN. SARAH BROOKE. Mechanicsvllle. 
COLES. ANITA JOYCE. Springfield. 
COLLINS. MARY PATRICIA, Norfolk. 
CONSTANCE, JOHN ALLAN, C a t o n s v i I I e, 
Maryland. 



COOKE. EDITH LOUISE, Gloucester. 
COOLEY, JAMES ALLEN, Roanoke. 
COPELAND. MARY ELLIOT. Portsmouth. 
COPP. JOHN ROBERT, Hampton. 
CORBETT, JOHN PAUL, McLean. 



CORELL. ANDREW BLAIR. Stuarts Draft. 

COR MAN. RICHARD B., Oreland, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

CORNER. STEPHEN JEFFREY, Virginia 
Beach. 

CORSO, PEGGY M., Alexandria. 

CORSON, PAULA M., Yorktown. 



COTTINGHAM, ROBERT PHELPS, JR., Wil- 
liamsburg. 
COTTRELL, SANDRA KAY, Colonial Heights. 
COTTRILL, VIRGINIA SUE, Chesapeake. 
CRAGEN. JOHN PIERCE, Oak Park, Illinois. 
CRANE, STEFAN WATTS, Nottoway. 



CRAWFORD. JAMES BOYD, Fairfax. 

CRAWFORD, PEGGY ANN, Chesapeake. 

CREOLE, HARVEY BLAIR, III, Newport 
News. 

CREEKMORE, EDMUND WHITE, JR., Rich- 
mond. 

CRIGLER, SUSAN LEE, Hampton. 



CROSS, HARRY LEE, III, Suffolk. 

CROWELL, JAMES DOUGLAS, Columbus, 
Ohio. 

CROWSON. PAMELA ROBERTA. Arlington. 

CROWTHER, RANDOLPH MITCHELL, Kil- 
marnock. 

CUMINGS. VICKI T., Vienna. 




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CURLEY. CAROLYN DENISE, Richmond. 
DABEL. LAUREN CHERYL, Fredericksburg. 
DALEY. DEBORAH LEE. Bay Village. Ohio. 
DALTON. DEBORAH SUSAN, Lynchburg. 
DAMERON. DOROTHY MARIE, Richmond, 



DANIEL, ROBERT C. , Elkins Park. Pennsylva- 
nia, 

DAVIDSON. MARY ANN, Faber, 

DAVIS. DEBORAH HARP. Luray. 

DAVIS, JULIA MARUEEN, White Stone, 

DAVIS, LEWIS WILLIAM, JR., Denton. Mary- 
land. 



DAVIS. TERRY EUGENE, Glen Allen, 
DEATON, JOHN TUBMAN, Baltimore, Mary- 
land, 
DeBUTTS, ANNE LINDEN, WOOdbridge. 
DEERY, KEVIN JOSEPH, Fairfax. 
DELIGAN. LAMBROS. Phoebus. 



DELLA TORRE. THOMAS P.. Hackensack. 
New Jersey. 

DETWEILER. DEBORAH MAE. Richmond. 

DICK. VIRGINIA SUSAN. Hampton, 

DIEHL, WAYNE PRESTON, Broadway. 

DIGGS, SARAH LOUISE. Wilmington. Dela- 
ware. 



DILLON. FRANCIS HENRY. Great Falls. 
DIVERS. NANCY LEIGH. Buchanan. 
DOFFLEMYER. BARRY G.. Charlottesville. 
DOMABYL. KAREN N.. North Riverside, 

Illinois. 
DOOLIN. PAMELA LYNN. Reston. 



EDGAR. WOOdbridge, 
JANE. Huntington, 



DORMAN. ROBERT 

Connecticut. 
DOUGHERTY. DEBORAH 

New York. 
DOUGHTY. MICHAEL CHRISTOPHER. G I e n 

Head. Long island. New York, 
DOUGLAS, LINDA ARNELLE. Norfolk, 
DOW, MARGARET RUTH. Fairfax. 



DRAKE. PEGGY LOU. Mount Lebanon, Penn- 
sylvania. 
DRESS. CATHERINE LOUISE, Roanoke. 
DREYFUSS. JOHN RAFAEL. Falls Church. 
DRISCOLL, MICHAEL THOMAS. McLean. 
DRIVER. REBECCA VIRGINIA. Timberville. 



DUKESHIRE. JOANNE A, Fair Lawn. New 

Jersey. 
DURHAM, LOIS JEAN. Staunton. 
DYMACEK. DEBORAH ANN. Bumpass. 
EADES. LYNNE MARIE. Hurt. 
EARECKSON. KAREN MARIE, Richmond. 



FRESHMEN 4 13 



EDNEY. GALEN, Norfolk. 

EDWARDS. ANNABEL DAVIS. Falmouth, 

Massachusetts. 
EDWARDS, DEBORAH LYNN. Amsterdam, 

Ohio. 
EDWARDS. KAREN ANNE. Shelby, North 

Carolina. 
EDWARDS, LAURIS LEE. Richmond. 



EIDEN. LEO JOSEPH. Vienna. 

ELLIOTT. JAMES MICHAEL. Weber City. 

EMERSON. SUSAN FRENCH. Winter Park. 

Florida. 
ERICKSON. EMERALD LOUISE, Arlington. 
ETHERIDGE. LINDA SUSAN, Norfolk. 



EVANS. ANDREW BRANT. Haverford. Penn- 
sylvania. 
EVANS. JOSEPH BENJAMIN. Richmond. 
FALL. MARY DRUSCILLA ROSE. Port Royal. 
FELLER. GREGORY WILLIAM. Yorktown. 
FERRELL. JOHN SCHUYLER. Bristol. 



FIANDER. JOSEPH WILLI AM . S y k e S v i I I e, 

Maryland. 
FIELDS. WILLIAM E.. Alexandria. 
FIGG. ANN HARWOOD. Prince George. 
FINLEY. KATHLEEN SUE. Washington. D.C. 
FINN. FRANCIS W., Arlington. 



FIRTH. ROBERT MARTIN. Sewickly. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

FITZSIMMONS, LAUNI LYNN. Pittsburgh, 
Pennsylvania. 

FLAHERTY. CAROL ROSE. Hopewell. 

FLESTER. STEVEN EUGENE. Falls Church. 

FLETCHER, JOHN RICHARD, Huntington 
Station, New York. 



FLOOK. SUSAN. McLean. 

FLOURNOY. JANET CHRISTINE. N e w p O r t 

News. 
FORD. CHARLES ARTHUR. Dayton. Ohio. 
FORD. DONNA JEAN. Petersburg. 
FORSTER. DEBORAH LYNN. Somerset. New 

Jersey. 



FOSS. ROBERT W.. Waynesboro. 
FOSTER. HEIDI ANNE. Richmond. 
FOX. JAMES JOSEPH. Richmond. 
FOX. JON GILBERT. Kingston. New York. 
FRANKLIN. GARY PAUL. Pleasantville, New 
Jersey. 



FRANKLIN. GREGG PAUL. Pleasantville. New 
Jersey. 

FREDERICKS. DOLORES BERGERE. Bald- 
\A/in, New York. 

FRYKBERG. ERIC ROBERT. Emerson. New 
Jersey. 

FUNCK. PAMELA K A Y. Wilmington. Dela- 
ware. 

FUNK. NANCY JO. Murrysville. Pennsylvania. 




414 FRESHMEN 




Class of 1 972 



FUQUA. SUSAN GARY. RicHmond. 
GAFFNEY. CATHY ANN, Virginia Beach. 
GAINES. CHARLES BROWNING. JR.. Chesh- 
ire. Connecticut. 
GAMAGE. STEWART H., Petersburg. 
GARFIELD. LINDA JUNE. Arlington. 



GATES. ERNEST CHRISTIAN. Newtown 

Square. Pennsylvania. 
GELOTTE. ROBERT GUNNAR, Timonium. 

Maryland. 
GERNHARDT, CLAUDIA. New York. New 

York. 
GERY. MICHAEL E. C Lititz, Pennsylvania. 
GIBBONS. \A/ILLIAM FRANKLIN, Arlington. 



GIBBS. ANDREA RUTH. Germantown. Mary- 
land. 

GILBERT. LAURENCE CHARLES. Burlington. 
New Jersey. 

GILL, DOROTHY KAREN, Richmond. 

GILLESPIE. DICK J.. Stamford. Connecticut. 

GILLETT. RANDALL LEWIS, Wilton Junction, 
lo\A/a. 



GILLEY, JAMES W., Williamsburg. 

GILMORE, CHRISTOPHER CHARLES. A n n- 
andale. 

GIMPEL, MARSHAL RAND, Huntington Sta- 
tion, New York. 

GIROUARD, TERRY A., Linden. 

GITS, SUSAN. La Grange. Illinois. 




FRESHMEN 415 



Class of 1 972 



GIVENS. MARITA LOUISE, King William. 
GODWIN, DORIS E., Colonial Heights. 
GOOCH, KATHERINE DELORES. Richmond 
GORDON. PEGGY ELAINE, Springfield. 
GOULDMAN. HAROLD MOORE III.Montross. 



GRAF. KATHY LYNN, Norfolk. 
GRANT, JAMES ALLEN, Vienna. 
GRAY, KAREN F., Alexandria, 
GREEN, DOUGLAS GAYLORD, Alexandria. 
GREEN, KEVIN WILLIAM, Wilton, Connecti- 
cut. 



GRIFFITH, FLOYD L.. Richmond, 
GRILLS, KATHI ANNE, Oberlin, Ohio. 
GRUVER. JOSEPH THOMAS, Severna Park. 

Maryland. 
GUARDINO. RICHARD V., Hempstead, New 

York. 
GUERRANT, ALICE HEPBOURNE, Montross. 



GUINIVAN, THOMAS LEE, Hershey, Pennsyl- 
vania, 
GWALTNEY, HAYDEN RIVES, Suffolk, 
HAGLER, KAREN ELIZABETH, Arlington. 
HALL. IDA COLQUITT, Danville. 
HALL. SHARON KAY, Pembroke. 



HAMILTON. ELIZABETH ANN. Annandale. 

HANEY. BARRY LYMAN. Covington, Louisi- 
ana, 

HANSEN, LYNN K.. Newport News. 

HANSON, BRUCE A, Silver S p r i n g s, Mary- 
land. 

HANSON. MARIE RENEE. Rochester. New 
York 
















416 FRESHMEN 




HAPP. DEBORAH ANN. Steubenville. Ohio. 
HARNSBERGER. NANCY ANN. Harrisonburg. 
HAROWITZ, CHARLES LICHTENBURG. JR.. 

Richmond. 
HARRIES. BARBARA HELENE. E m m a u s. 

Pennsylvania. 
HARRIS. JULIA DUVAL, Chester. 



HARRIS. ROBERT I.. Williamsburg. 
HARTLEY. A. H O W L A N D. Cumberland. 

Rhode Island. 
HARTLEY. JANET ANN. Colonial Heights. 
HARTWICK. DOUGLAS ALAN. Bilbau. Spam, 
HARVEY. EDWARD PEYTON. Danville. 



HAUBERT, DOUGLAS JACK. Alliance, Ohio. 
HAYDON. VICTORIA LUCILLE. Manassas. 
HAYNES. MARY ALICE. Newport New/S. 
HAYNES. WANDA SUE. Richmond. 
HEGE. THOMAS FULLER, Chevy Chase, 
Maryland. 



HEIMERL. JOHN JULES. Yorktown. 

HELFRICH. BARBARA TODD. Seaford, Dela- 
ware. 

HENDERSON. GEOFFREY RUSSELL. Al- 
exandria. 

HENDERSON, ROBERT LYNN, JR., Roa- 
noke. 

HENRY, JEAN WILLIAMS, Falls Church. 



HENRY, MAVIS ANNE, Hampton. 
HERTZLER. LESLIE ALLEN, Williamsburg. 
HESPENHEIDE. KAREN LUISE. Norfolk. 
HICKEY, JANE DEAN. Lynchburg. 
HICKS. DOUGLAS EUGENE, Franklin. 



HILL. BARRY PAGE. Hampton. 

HILL, MARY JEAN. Wilmington. Delaware, 

HINDER. DAVID M A R T I N, East Meadow, 

Nevy York. 
HINSON, MARY ELIZABETH, Alexandria. 
HITCHENS, G. RODNEY, Newport News. 



HOBBS. GAYLE MARVIN, Zuni, 

HOFFMAN. LESLIE M A R Tl N, Birmingham, 

Alabama. 
HOGAN, BENJAMIN ANTHONY, Newport 

News. 
HOLMES. FRANKIE ANN. Virginia Beach. 
HOLT, DANNY CARL. Richmond. 



HOLT. DEBORAH. West Chester. Pennsylva- 
nia. 

HORTON. TRUDY L.. Suffolk. 

HOULIARES. CYNTHIA AMELIA. Lynchburg. 

HOUSEL. WILLIAM EDGAR. JR.. Bryn Mawr. 
Pennsylvania, 

HOWARD. CHARLES SULLIVAN. Washing- 
ton, D.C. 



FRESHMEN 4 17 



New 



HUBER. DAVID ROGER. Vienna. 
HUGHES, CHARLES RAY. Deming 

Mexico. 
HUME. SUSAN McCARTY. Falls Church. 
HUMME. PAMELA TRACY. Newport News. 
HUMME. PATRICIA LAWRY. Newport News 



HUMMEL. CHARLOTTE 
mond. 

HUNTINGTON. JANE ELVIRA. Lynchburg. 

HURLEY. JOHN M.. Hackettstown. New Jer- 
sey. 

HYLTON. GEORGE H.. Danville. 

lARROBINO. ANNE B O U R N E U F. Falls 
Church. 




IRELAND. DONNA L., Virginia Beach. 
IRVIN. KAREN ANNE. Arlington. 
JACKSON. BRENDA ANN. Portsmouth. 
JACKSON. GEORGE A.. Lynchburg. 
JAMES, BARBARA MICHELE, Richmond 



JAMES. DONALD GLENN. Newport News. 
JEANS. MARILYN RUTH. Decatur. Georgia. 
JENKINS. MARGARET CAREY, Williamsburg 
JOHNSON, DAVID REID. Lewisburg. Pennsyl 

vania. 
JOHNSON. MARILYN MONROE. Glen Allen. 



JOHNSON, RICHARD SCOTT, Richmond. 
JOHNSON. SUSAN MARY. Lexington. Ken 

tucky. 
JOHNSON. THOMAS PILAND. Franklin. 
JOHNSTIN. RICHARD HARRIS. Baskerville. 
JOHNSTON. ANN COLEMAN. Lexington. 



JONES. 
JONES. 
JONES. 
JONES. 
JONES. 



CHARLES PINCKNEY. Lynchburg. 
CHRISTINA ALPHA. Newport News 
GARY ROSS. Virginia Beach. 
LINDA I.. Springfield. 
ROBERT GRAY. Richmond. 



418 FRESHMEN 




Class of 1 972 



JONES. ROBERT JOSEPH, Portsmouth. 
JONES. SUZANNE WHITMORE. Surry. 
JONES. VIVIAN DIANNE, Lynchburg. 
JOSLIN. MICHAEL DANA. Falls Church. 
JOYNER. NANCY JANE. Luray. 



KANTROWIT2. STAN. Clifton. New Jersey. 

KASKELA. VALERIE A.. Whitesboro. New 
York. 

KEAHEY. JOHN MASSEY. Fairfax. 

KEHRBERG. NOELLE LINK. St. Paul. Minne- 
sota. 

KELLER. KATHLEEN E. . Reading. Pennsylva- 
nia. 



KELLER. STEPHEN RICHARD. Petersburg. 
KELLY. JOE G.. Falls Church. 
KEMP. ROBERT NEAL. Rockville. Maryland. 
K E N I G. PATRICIA ANNE. Greenville. South 

Carolina. 
KENNEDY. MARY CELIA. Williamsburg. 



KERGEL, KAREN M.. McLean. 

KERNS. RICHARD CHISHOLM. Newport 

NevA/s. 
KESCHL. JULIE ROSE, West Islip, New York. 
KEY. THOMAS SCOTT. Atlanta. Georgia. 
KIDD. DONNA LEE. Hampton. 



KIDWELL. DORIS WANDA. Port Republic. 
KILIAN. JON JEFFREY. Covington. 
KIMBALL, SU2ETTE M., Arlington. 
KINDT. JOHN WARREN. Waynesboro. 
KING. KAREN KATHERINE. Franklin. 



KING. THOMAS MOORE, Gasburg. 

KINNAIRD, BARRINGTON WEST, W a y n e s- 
boro. 

KINNAMON. CHARLES W I L T O N, Williams- 
burg. 

KIRTON. GUY ACKERMAN. JR.. Kingsport. 
Tennessee. 

KNAPP, SUSAN JOANN. Evergreen Park, Illi- 
nois. 



KNIGHT. JEFFREY ENGEL. Vienna. 
KNIGHT. MALCOLM N E w B E R R Y. Chesa- 
peake. 
KNOPP. SUSAN GAYLE, Staunton. 
KNOX, RICHARD D., JR., Triangle. 
KOCH. VIRGINIA, Bristol. 



KOENIG, DAVID ALLEN, Fort Thomas. Ken- 
tucky. 

KOMAR. DAVID LAWRENCE. L i t t I e Silver. 
New Jersey. 

KORCZOWSKI. MICHELE. Williamsburg. 

KOTARIDES. SANDRA KAY, Norfolk. 

LABANICK, GEORGE MICHAEL, Rochelle 
Park, New Jersey. 



FRESHMEN 419 



Class of 1 972 

LAMBERT, LORRAINE CAROL. Aurora, Ohio. 
LAMONT, MARY KATHRYN, Arlington. 
LANIER. BETH. Virginia Beach. 
LARRICK. MARY GAIL. Alexandria. 
LAWRENCE. STEVEN PORTER, White Plains, 
New York. 



LEE. LINDA SUZANNE. Roanoke. 

LEES. PETER ST. JOHN. South Hamilton. 

Massachusetts. 
LEFTWICH. JAMES STEPHEN. New Orleans. 

Louisiana. 
LEIGHTLEY. LAWRENCE THOMAS. Norfolk. 
LEIPERTZ. LINDA SUSAN. Richmond. 



LEITCH. ANNE TAYLOR. Richmond. 

LEROHL, KAREN D.. Alexandria. 

LEWIS. DEBORAH S.. McLean. 

LEWIS. PEYTON GENTILE. Wilmington. Dela- 
ware. 

LIBBY, ROSS EDWARD. Fernandina Beach. 
Florida. 



LINDSAY. ELIZABETH LOVIE. Lexington. 

LITTLETON. JAMES WARREN. Virginia 
Beach. 

LOBENHOFER, LOUIS FRED. Denver, Colo- 
rado. 

LOBOUDGER. LANI C. Springfield. 

LOCK. GEORGE A.. Monkton. Maryland. 



LONG. GAIL PORTER. Baltimore. Maryland. 
LORD, DAVID ARTHUR, Winchester. 
LOVE, CLARK GILMORE. Roanoke. 
LOWE. MARY FRANCES, Glen Burnie, Mary- 
land. 
LOWRY, ROBERT EDWARD, Blacksburg. 



LUNDY, JAMES D., Corry, Pennsylvania. 

LYTWAK, EDWARD PHILIP, Jeannette, Penn- 
sylvania, 

MABRY, BARBARA CHRISTINE, Fairport, 
New York. 

MacPHEE. ZOE ANNE. Williamsburg. 

MADDEN. JOANNE. Portsmouth. 



MAHER. MARY ANNE, Hampton. 
MALPASS, PETER GORDON, Blacksburg. 
MANROSS, DEL BERT NEAL, Willoughby, 

Ohio. 
MANSFIELD, PAMELA J., Point Pleasant, 

New Jersey. 
MAPP. GEORGE RICHARD. Nassawadox. 



MAPP. STEPHEN RICHARD. Annandale. 
MARCH. JUDITH HAMLIN. Millis. Massachu- 
setts. 
MARCH, RICHARD A., Falls Church. 
MARCUSON. SAMUEL WALTON. Richmond. 
MARGOLIS, STEPHEN BARRY, Hampton, 








420 FRESHMEN 




MARKS, TIM M., Hampton. 
MARQUART, DIANNE SUE. Chesapeake. 
MARRS. ANN HATHAWAY. Big Stone Gap. 
MARSH. LINDA LOUISE. High Point, North 
Carolina. 




MARSHALL. DOUG J.. Glen Rock. New Jer- 
sey. 
MARTIN. JUDITH LACY, Ridgeway. 
MARTINS. GAIL ANN. Vienna. 
MARVIN. GRACE MARIE. Arlington. 



MATHIESEN. MARK JOHN. Wayne, New Jer- 
sey. 

MAY. ELAINE LOUISE. Wilmington, Dela- 
ware. 

MAZA, SILVIA E., Falls Church. 

McCALL. GERALDINE MARY, Williamsburg. 



McCAUL. MARY ELIZABETH, Richmond. 
McCONNELL, JOHN D. , Falls Church. 
McCOY. DONALD CAMPBELL, North Spring- 
field. 
McGlNNiSS, STEVEN ARTHUR, McLean. 



McGLOTHLIN, MARY LOUISE. Grundy. 
MclNNIS. SHELLEY ELAINE. Fairfax. 
MciNTYRE. JOSEPH M., Monroe, Michigan. 
McKAY. VIRGINIA A., ColumbUS, Oh(0. 



FRESHMEN 421 



Class of 1 972 



McKEE. PATRICIA HELENE. Hampton. 
McLAWHON, GAIL. Oklahoma City. Okla- 
homa. 



Mclean. JAMES LANKFORD, Fails Church. 

Mclennan, bruce Andrew, Arlington. 



McNEEL. DAVID E.. Decatur. Georgia. 
MEININGER, ALYSON LEE. Chevy Chase. 
Maryland. 



MELAMED, JACOB ISAAC. Newport News. 
MENKE. CHERYL ANN. Severna Park, Mary- 
land. 



METZGER, DONNA SUSAN. Richmond. 
METZGER. JOHN HAYES. McLean. 



MICHOLET. MARGARET ANN. New Orleans. 

Louisiana. 
MILES. ANN CURTIS. Baltimore. Maryland. 



MILES. MARGARET LEE. Pear. sburg. 
MILLER. DAVID LEE, Dayton. 



MILLER, LAURENCE KENNETH. Norfolk. 
MILLER. STEVEN M,. Redkey. Indiana, 




422 FRESHMEN 









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MILLER. TERESA ANN, Bridgewater. 

MIRMELSTEIN. FREDERICK ROBERT. N e w- 
p o r t Nev\/s. 

MITCHELL. JOHN HOWARD. Beaver. Penn- 
sylvania. 

MITCHELL. MARY ELIZABETH. Lynchburg. 

MOBERLY. KEVIN ROSS. Indianapolis. Indi- 
ana. 



MONDAY, WILLIAM D., JR., Alexandria. 
MONTGOMERY, SUSAN W., Arlington. 
MOORE. CAROL JEAN, Churchville. 
MOORE. MARY M.. Annandale. 
MOORE. VIRGINIA DALE. New Kent. 



MORETZ. JOHN MORRIS. Newton, North Car- 
olina. 

MORGAN. EDWARD MASON. Hopewell. 

MORRIS. BARBARA ANN. Morgantown. West 
Virginia. 

MOSELEY, E. MASON. Norfolk. 

MOSS. HERBERT G.. Drakes Branch. 



MOYER. KEITH M., Winchester. 
MUELLER. THOMAS F.. Alexandria. 
MULLIN. LYNN-ANN M. . Rockville. Maryland. 
MUSE. JANE RITA. Arlington. 
MUSSER, CATHERINE DOBIE, Lancaster, 
Pennsylvania. 



NAPIER. SANDRA FAY, Charlottesville. 
NEAL. MARIE PAYNE. Richmond. 
NEFF. ALICE SHARON. Kilmarnock. 
NELSON. LINDA LEE, Hampton. 
NELSON. NANCY KATHERINE. Winchester. 



NETTLES. FRANCES L.. Arlington. 

NEWELL. PATRICIA ANNE. Baltimore, Mary- 
land. 

NICKERSON. SARAH KATHLEEN. Wheeling, 
West Virginia. 

NIENSTEDT. CARL WILLIAM III. Glassboro, 
New Jersey. 

NORTH. PHILLIP JEFFREY. Charleston, West 
Virginia. 



NORTON. FRANCES MARIAN. Richmond. 

NUERNBERG. SALLY GRACE. Front Royal. 

N Y I K I T A, GEORGE NICHOLAS. Edgewater 
Park, New Jersey. 

OATFIELD. WILLIAM JOHN. Gary, North Car- 
olina. 

OATMAN. PEGGY ELLEN, Mechanicsville. 



OBERG. KATHLEEN PAULA. Falls Church. 
OBREGON. MARIA MAGDALENA. Marian. 
OCKERMAN. LOU ANN A. Annapolis. Mary- 
land. 
OHLSSON, NEIL LAWRENCE, Arlington. 
OLIVER, DANIEL MIDDLETON, Williamsburg. 



FRESHMEN 423 



OLIVER, DONALD D.. Alexandria. 
OLIVER. JOHN EDWARD. Alexandria. 
ORNDORFF. DONALD JAMES. Arlington. 
O'ROURKE, DIANE F R A N C E S. V i r g i n i a 

Beach. 
OSBORNE. JAMES G.. Huntington, New York. 



OWEN, ANN E.. Vienna. 
OWENS. ROBIN GAIL. South Boston. 
PAGE. BEVERLY ANN, Williamsburg. 
PARISH. WILLIAM GRADY III. Grundy. 
PARKER. ROBERT DuVERNET, Albany 
Georgia. 



PARLIN 

York. 
PARRISH. BRENDA ANN, Danville. 
PARTLOW. DENNIS ALLEN. Buffalo 

York. 
PATTERSON, ELINOR LYNN. Norfolk. 
PAULL. JENNIFER JANE. Clarkston. Georgia 



PAYNE. ALBERT LLOYD, Danville. 
PENDLETON, JUDY ANN, Stuart, 
PENDLETON. WILLARD V O I G H T. 

Beach. 
PERCY. ELIZABETH HANSFORD. 

burg. 
PERDUE. CHARLES WILLIAM, Martinsville 




•424 FRESHMEN 









Rf^ 




Class of 1 972 

PETERSON, BEVERLY CAROL. Fairfax. 
PETERSON. GILLIAN RAGLAND, Hopewell. 
PETRALIA. LOUIS MICHAEL, Flushing, New 

York. 
PHELAN, ANNE LOUISE, Blacksburg. 
PHILIPS, ALICE LOUISE, Atlanta, Georgia. 



PHILIPS. GREGORY THOMAS. Springfield. 
PHILLIPS, BETSY H.. Rustburg. 
PINKERTON, CHARLES CONRAD, Lynch- 
burg. 
PLANK, DOUGLAS C, Alexandria. 
POLAND. JOHN ROBERT. Hampton. 



PORTER. J. RANDOLPH. Drexel Hill. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

POTTER. R. S C O T T. Willimantic. Connecti- 
cut. 

POTTER, T H E L M A, Hopkinton, Massachu- 
setts. 

POWELL. JENNIE BELLE, Petersburg. 

POWELL. KATHRYN SUSANNE, Clin- 
ton. Maryland. 



PRICE, ANN GRAYSON. Warrenton. 
PRICE, GAIL. Castlewood. 
PRUETT. OLIVIA LANE. Emporia. 
PRYOR. KATHRYN LEE. Richmond. 
PUCKETT. SANDY RICHARD. Martinsville. 



PUGH. MICHELE CHRISTINE. McLean. 
PULLEN. WAYNE WESLEY. Charlottesville. 
PULLY. BRUCE MAXWELL, OIney, Mary land. 
QUIGLEY, LAURA ANNE, Arlington, 
QUIN, CLARK JONES, Columbia, Tennessee. 



QUINDSLAND. ANN CECELIA, Freeport, 
Maine. 

RAFANELLI, ALBERT RUDOLPH, Santa 
Rosa, California. 

RAGONE. MICHELE JOAN, Roanoke. 

RAINEY, KEVIN GERARD, Arlington. 

RAMLER, JOHN MICHAEL, Wilmington. Dela- 
ware. 



RAMSEY. ROBERT EDWARD. Dayton. 

R A R I G. PAMELA LIVINGSTONE. Thornton, 

Pennsylvania. 
RAWLEY. CHARLES ERNEST. Danville. 
RAYNES, LINDA SHIRLEY, Williamsburg. 
REAM, LINDA ANN, Bethesda, Maryland. 



REARDON, B A R R I E ANN, East Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

REARICK, PRESTON DUFF, Chambersburg. 
Pennsylvania. 

REDDICK. REBECCA ANN. Alexandria. 

REED. JANIS LOUISE, St. Davids, Pennsylva- 
nia. 

REID, PAIGE JANIS, Chalfont, Pennsylvania, 



FRESHMEN 425 



REITZ. ROBERT MOSER, Camp Hill. Pennsyl 

vania. 
REMSBERG. CALVIN E., Alexandria. 
REVEL.EY. BARBARA LYNN. Ol d Saybrook 

Connecticut. 
REVERE. RONALD WILLIAM. Roanoke. 
RICHARDS, ANNA RUTH. Newport News. 



RICHARDS. NANCY JANE. Glenshaw. Penn 

sylvania. 
RICHERSON, JOHN DAVID. Hampton. 
RILEY. ROBERT CLAIBORNE. Williamsburg. 
ROACH. FRANKLIN RILEY. Covington. 
ROADCAP, RICHARD FLEMING. Richmond. 



ROBERTS, ELIZABETH ELLEN. Cranford. 

New Jersey. 
ROBERTSON. BARBARA. Basking Ridge. New 

Jersey. 
ROBERTSON. DANA LYNN. H u n t i n g t o n . 

West Virginia. 
ROBINS. MARY JANE. Gloucester Point. 
ROBINSON, MARSHA ANNE, Emporia. 



ROCHE, FRANCIS DENNIS, Springfield. 
ROCK. WALTER HILTON. JR., Richmond. 
RODRIGUEZ. MICHAEL DAVID. Fairfax. 
ROSE. NANCY KIRKLAND. Mountain Lakes 

New Jersey. 
ROSENBERGER, JOHN WILLIAM, Morris 

to\A/n. New Jersey. 




ROSS, BONITA A., Charlotte, North Carolina 
ROYER. MARY ANN. Harrisonburg, Pennsyl 

vania. 
RUPS. MARJOLIJN. Charlottesville. 
RUSSELL, JOHN EUGENE, Hampton. 
RYAN, REGENIA BERN, Waynesboro. 



426 FRESHMEN 




Class of 1 972 



RYCROFT, ROBERT SCOTT. Grand Island. 

New York. 
SANFORD. MARY E.. Alexandria. 



SANTOROSKI. LYNN. Alexandria. 
SASSER. RAY RANDOLPH. JR.. Emporia. 



SAUNDERS. JAMES OLGA. Chatham. 
SAYRE. RANDALL LEE. Lynchburg. 



SCARR. MARK STANLEY. Fairfax. 
SCEARCE. MICHAEL DAYNE. Danville. 



SCHAUER, JOHN WILLIAM. Cresskill. N e w 

Jersey. 
SCHIAVO. JOHN STEPHEN. Stewart Manor, 

New York. 



SCHILLING. MARK ROBERT. Alexandria. 
SCHMIED, GEORGEANN. Richmond. 



FRESHMEN 427 



Class of 1 972 



SCHINLEVER. E. BOYD. Alexandria. 
SCHUMM. WALTER RICHARD. Alexandria. 
SCOTT. GEORGE WILLIAM, JR.. Richmond. 



SEIDMAN, MARSHA KAY. Norfolk. 
SELF. JUDITH HARRISON. Richmond. 
SEMLER. REBECCA ANN. Ashland. Ohio. 



SERRA. GEOFFREY PAUL. Westerly, Rhode 
Island. 

SEVER, CASSANDRA KAYE, Northumber- 
land. Pennsylvania. 

SEWELL. SUE ELLEN. Virginia Beach. 



SEYBOLD. ROBERT ALLEN. Trotwood. Ohio. 
SHATSWELL. BRUCE ASHBY. Springfield. 
SHAW. H. KELLY. Lakewood, Ohio. 



SHEARIN. EVELYN NEAL, Smithfield. 
SHELBURN, WILLIAM LLOYD. JR. 

Chester. 
SHERRILL. LINDA JEAN. Staunton. 



SHICKEL, SHAREN. Harrisonburg. 
SHIELDS. J. KEMPTON II. Newport News. 
SHIFMAN. NEAL ALLEN. Newton. Massa- 
chusetts. 



SHONERT, JEFFREY HANCOCK, Falmouth, 
Kentucky. 

SHORT. CAROL ANN, Ringwood, New Jer- 
sey. 

SHOWALTER. H. STEPHEN, Harrisonburg. 



SHRIVER, KATHERINE DEANNE, Oceanport, 

New Jersey. 
SIBLEY. D. DASHIELL. Arlington. 
SIEGEL. ROBERT S.. Richmond. 




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SIGLER. JANICE GRAHAM, Hampton. 
SIMPSON, PAMELA SUSAN, Richmond, 
SIMS. SALLY RUTH, Merion Station, Pennsyl- 
vania. 
SISSON, JUDITH DIANNE, Montross. 



SIVERTSEN. JACQUELINE GAIL, Virginia 
Beach, 

SKINNER, TERESINA SUE, Charlottesville. 

SLATON, SUSAN GLENN, Lexington, Ken- 
tucky. 

SLONINA. MARY MARGUERITE. PoquOSOn. 



SMITH. DAVID M., Richmond. 
SMITH. MERIWETHER VAUGHAN. JR.. Cum- 
berland. 
SMITH. RAY EDWARD. Bedford. 
SMITH. ROBERTA B.. Arlington. 



SMITH. SHARON CARRICK. Williamsburg. 
SMITH. WAYNE NELSON, Richmond, 
SNIDER, CAROL J,. North Springfield. 
SNIPES. LUCAS ARTHUR. Greenville, South 
Carolina. 



SNYDER. G. ANN. Waynesboro. 
SNYDER. GEORGIA CATHARINE. Vienna. 
SOMERVILLE. BARBARA ALICE. Fairfax. 
SPADY, MATT F,. Chuckatuck. 



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Class of 1 972 

SPENCER. JANET MIRIAM. Springfield. 

SPENCER. ROBERT BREW, Rockville. Mary- 
land. 

SPERRY, JOHN BERHART, JR., Moseley. 

SPIVEY. CYNTHIA SUE, Windsor. 

STAKIAS. GEORGE MICHAEL. Plymouth, 
Michigan. 



STALLKNECHT, LESLIE RUTH, Dumfries. 
STAMPER. NANCY LINCOLN. Tulsa. Okla- 
homa. 
STANAWAY. STORMY LYN. Tabb. 
STANLEY. HARRIETT LARI. Falls Church. 
STANN. CHRISTINE MARIE. Arlington. 



STANSFIELD. JAMES ROSS. Alexandria. 
STANTON. NANCY LAYNE. Chester. 
STECKROTH. JEFFREY JOHN. Norfolk. 
STEVENSON, SUSAN CLAUDETTE. Rich- 
mond. 
STILLEY. CYNTHIA GRAY. Williamsburg. 



STIVENDER. ROBERT MILTON, Williams- 
burg. 

ST, JOHN. HELEN LOUISE. Alexandria. 

STONE. ELIZABETH HENRY. Fairborn. Ohio. 

STRANGE. RANDALL STEPHEN, New- 
port News. 

STRANGE, VIVIAN LEAR. Florence. South 
Carolina. 



STRICKLAND. SAMUEL RAY. Norfolk. 

STRONG. RACHEL IRENE. Richmond. 

STUART, CAROLYN B., Arlington. 

STURGEON. NANCY LEE. East Liverpool . 
Ohio. 

TABER. BRIAN JAMES. Palos Heights. Illi- 
nois. 



TAFT. JAMES DAKE. Swarthmore. Pennsyl- 
vania. 

TALTON. ANNETTE SUE. Falls Church. 

TAYLOR. CLARKE BUCHANAN. Culpeper. 

THAMM. ERIK GEPHARDT, Alexandria. 

THEVE. THOMAS PIERRE. Norwich. Connect- 
icut. 



THIELE, ROBERT NEAL, Charlottesville. 
THOMAS. ARTHUR DICKEN. JR. . Richmond. 
THOMAS. MICHAEL CURTIS. Suffolk. 
THOMISON. KATHLEEN, Lookout Mountain. 

Tennessee. 
THOMPSON. STEVEN BLAIR. Virginia Beach 



TIMPANO. ANNE. Alexandria. 

TODD. JOANNE PETERSON. Falls Church. 

TOMPKINS, CAROLYN RUTH, Newport 

News. 
TONELSON. STEPHEN WILLIS. Norfolk. 
TORRES. JOSEPH J,. Bayport. New York. 




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TOWNSEND, MARK PARRY, Red Hook. New 

York. 
TOYE, ROBERT JAMES, Akron. Ohio. 
TUCKER, HENRY THOMPSON. JR., Norfolk. 
TURK. GREGG HARRISON. Annandale. 
TURNER, DOROTHY MAY, Tappahannock. 



TURNER, JOHN WILLIAM, Richmond. 
TWAY, DOUGLAS ROGERS, Woodbury, New 

Jersey. 
ULMER, CHRISTINA PROVINE, Richmond. 
VAN DYKE. SUE A., Custar, Ohio. 
VAN HORN, JAN GARNETT, Clifton Forge. 



VESTER. MARY GAYLE, Norfolk. 
VIAU, CYNTHIA ANN, Virginia Beach. 
VICK. OTIS L.. Portsmouth. 
VINSON, ROBERT DUDLEY, Lynchburg, 
VOLK, VICTORIA LEE, Norfolk. 



VOLZ, RITA MARIE, Hanover, New Hamp- 
shire. 

VON ELTEN, STEVEN W., Heathsville. 

VOUGHT, EDWARD TERRY, Aiken, South 
Carolina. 

WADE, SARAH ELIZABETH, Chesapeake, 

WADKINS, MARSHA ANN, Richmond. 



WAKEFIELD, CHERYL ELIZABETH, Rich- 
mond. 
WALDIN. JAMES M.. Brussels. Belgium. 
WALKER, BECKY ANNE, Richmond. 
WALKER, GLORIA ELAINE, Charlottesville. 
WALLS, GEORGE FREDERICK, Isle of Wight. 



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WALSH. MARTIN MICHAEL, Trenton. New 

Jersey 
WALTER, RANDY DEAN, Poland. Ohio. 
WALTHALL. JANICE DEE, Alberta. 
WANDERER. DALE SUE. Richmond. 
WARD. LINDA KAY. Falls Church. 



WARNER. SUZANNE NANNETTE. 

burg. Maryland- 
WARNS. JAMES THOMAS. Arlington. 
WARREN. PHILIP C, S., Alexandria, 
WATKINS. DAVID JAMES, Richmond, 
WAY. STEPHEN WILLIAM. Dubois. Pennsyl 

vania. 




WEBB. ROGER STUART. Richmond. 
WEIDMAN, JAMES RAY. Westfield. New Jer 

sey. 
WEINSTEIN. STANLEY ALLAN. Dover. Dela 

ware, 
WEISHAAR. STEPHEN ROSS, Crewe, 
WEI SM ANN. PAUL FRANCIS. Westwood 

Massachusetts, 



WELLINGTON, BETH JOANNE. Springfield. 
WELLMAN, ELECTA JOY, Richmond, 
WERNER, ANDREW J O H N, Emmaus, Penn 

sylvania. 
WESSEL, DAVID L.. Newton, Iowa. 
WEST, MARY ELLIOTT. Emporia. 



DOROTHY DIANE. Rich 



WESTMORELAND 

mond, 
WESTON, WILLIAM GEORGE. Fairfax, 
WHELAN, MARY ALICE, Springfield, 
WHIPP, FRANK WILTON, Hopewell, 
WHITCOMB, MARJORIE LEE, Hampton 




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Class of 1 972 

WHITE, CAROLYN MARIE. Chester. 
WHITE. GODWIN T.. Poquoson. 
WHITE. GRADY SPRUCE. Dover. Delaware. 
WHITE. IRMA ELNORA. Chesapeake. 
WHITEHEAD. NANCY KINCAID. Roseland. 



WHITEHURST, ELDRIDGE AUGUSTUS. Knox- 

ville. Tennessee. 
WHITHAM. CLIFFORD MICHAEL. Hampton. 
WHITTEN. STEVEN GLYNN. Richmond. 
WIEBOLDT. CYNTHIA, North Garden. 
WILD. JONATHAN FORBES. Winston-Salem. 

North Carolina. 



WILDASIN. GEORGE MICHAEL, Abbotts- 
town, Pennsylvania. 

WILEY. SUSAN. Newtown. Connecticut. 

WILLIAMS. WENDY. Falmouth, Massachu- 
setts. 

WILLIAMSON. CHRISTOPHER B..BIacks- 
burg. 

WILLOUGHBY. EDWARD O.. Suffolk. 



WILSON. JANET CAROL. Arlington. 
NA/ILSON. MICHAEL THOMAS. Buena Vista. 
WILSON. PENELOPE J.. Quakertown. Penn- 
sylvania. 
WINDOM. PATRICIA ANN. Suffolk. 
WINDSOR, SANDRA ELAINE, Alexandria. 



WINSTON. WARREN ELDRIDGE. Richmond. 
WISE. STEVEN MARK. Aberdeen, Maryland. 
WITECK. MARY CATHERINE, Arlington. 
WOMACK. STEPHEN LEE, Alexandria. 
WOMMACK. KATHRYN WINSTON, Virginia 
Beach. 



WOODARD. JANIS GAIL. Gloucester. 

WOODLIEF. FREDERICK PLUMMER III. Rich- 
mond. 

WOODS, JESSE FULTON. Virginia Beach. 

WOODWARD. MARY ANN, Vienna. 

WOOLDRIDGE. ROBERT WILLIAMS. JR.. 
Virginia Beach. 



WRIGHT. ALFRED MONROE. Bradnax. 
WRIGHT, MARTHA SUZANNE, Richmond. 
YANCEY, MARCIA HELEN. Sioux City. lowa. 
YATES. SHARON ANNE. Yorktown. 
YEACK. CHRISTINA JANE. Toledo. Ohio. 



YOHO. DAVID ALAN. Scotch Plains, New Jer- 
sey. 

YOUNG. MARTHA GOODE. Norfolk. 

ZILLOTI. MARYANN. McLean. 

2IMMER. WILLIAM JOHN. Pittsburgh, Penn- 
sylvania. 

ZUK. CHRISTOPHER J O S E P H, Charlottes- 
ville. 



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AbC«t1. Cofirvie Hancock 

Abdetnour, Josep^^ Anthooy, 306 

AJbelian Society. 1 58 

ADefTVithy. UrxJa Oflrtene. 202. 407 

Atxsnamson. RiChand F . 363 

ACy-oms. Le*w^ EcJw»ra. 186. 245. 258. 363 

ADromson. Steot^eo J , 232. 381 

AtjsfTer. Men->e SuS»n 

AcKroyd. Jariet E. 202. 309 

Accounting Club. 247 

Acre*. Barbara Kent. 20O. 309 

Acree. DvKie Bnabeth. 381 

Acton. Lmn Ann. 202. 245. 381 

AcJa-r. Arwi WVi.tr^oy. 145. 208. 363 

AeJams, Angela Faye. 210, 224. 407 

Adams. Don. 261 

AOams. Douglas James. 305 

Aoams, Durwood Belrront. 98. 363 

A<Jams. Earl Rce. les. 363 

Adams. Mawes N . 407 

Adams, Sandra Jo. 160. 244. 309 

Adams. Sue Brown. 309 

AdKisson. John Felton 

ADMINISTRATORS. 268-275 

AFFftJATION. 138. 139 

Agee Joseph S . 48. 49, 84, 256. 291 

Agncda. William Edward. 265. 407 

Abeam. Chnstme 

Aheron. Susan Lee. 407 

ATiifieta. George William 

Ahistrom. Ateta Marie, 145. 224. 407 

AKe, Walter Frederick. 45. 189. 407 

AKers. Gary Wesley. 407 

Akers. tvy Jane. 154. 206. 381 

Akers. John William. 193. 407 

Albert, Alan Frednc. 48. 182 

Albert. John Rcr\ard. 381 

Albertson. Bleen Mae. 305 

Albrecht Lee Wayr>e. 363 

AJOrecht. Robert Eugene, Jr . 190 

AJboght. Laura LUlian, 209, 407 

AJbrtght, LirxJa Kaye. 162. 21 1. 264, 363 

Alb^ght. Patr«;ia E . SO. 87. 224. 245. 381 

Alcom. Alice Glasheen 

Alderson, Mary Lee. 141, 149, 157. 255. 363 

Aldige. Esther Ann. 381 

Aldndge, Tixx-Tas ChaDPeil. Jr.. 407 

Alessr. Deonis James 

AJewynse. Faye , 291 

Alexander. AJthea P., 309 

Alford. William Andrew. 265. 407 

AJgatt. Judith Ann. 151. 204. 309 

AJie. Raymond Emile 

Alten, Edward Monroe. Jr . 1 78. 1 79. 363 

AJlen Mary E)len. 87, 202. 363 

Alien. Pamela B . 206, 381 

Allen, Ricrtard Martin 

Allen. Rickie Cra<g. 179. 363 

Allen. Vctor R 

Alley. Charles Dickson 

Allison, MoniQue Marie 

All.son. Parr^Ja, 136, 197, 204. 363 

Allmona. Linda Lea. 217. 407 

Ajmarxa James Frederick. 237. 245 

Aimo. Jeffrey Edward 

Alonso, Carmen Gonzalez 

Alpha Chi Omega. 200. 201 

Alpr^a Kappa Delta. 160 

Alpha Lambda Delta, 154 

Alpha Phi Omega. 248 

Alpiner, Esther Rose 

Althaus. Sheryl Lou. 206. 231. 245. 381 

AJtSChuler. Nathan. 279 

Alvarez. Canos, 309 

Alverson. Charles H,. 179. 381 

Amende. Lynn Meridith. 407 

Ames, Mary Lou'se. 363 

Amy. Gr.seida S-. 407 

Arx:arrow. Nevrton Hopper 

Ancient Languages Department. 278 

Artderson. Cart M 

Andersen. Lynn Lorair>e, 97. 407 

Anderson. Alvm Powers. 176. 245, 258. 363 

Anderson. C- Harper 

Anderson. Cheryl Dee. 165. 206. 243. 309 

Anderson. Daun Robm 

Artderson. David Gordon. 381 

Anderson. Dorwtd David. 193. 407 

Arxlerson. Gilbert Eddy. 149. 248. 381 

Artderson, Karen Maline 

Anderson, Patsy Lee. 154, 200. 231. 245. 381 

Anderson, Raymond G . 41, 54 

Anderson, Robert Ernest. 263. 407 

Anderson. Sandra Gail, 407 

Andrew. Betty Lynn, 153. 166. 212, 235, 241. 243, 

310 
ArxJrews. Christopher 
Arxirews. Jay Donald 
Andrews. Jeeri C . 282 
ATKjrews. John Farley, 363 

Andrews. LyrxJal Diane, 96, 212. 237. 245. 381 
Artdrews, Rotsert Thomas, 186. 361 
Antaramian. Grant G . 381 
Anthoiz. Mary Bee. 237. 310 
Antfxy^y. Roriflfd Dana 
AnthroQOtogy Club. 249 
Anthropotogy Department. 279 
Antonoff. Fred D . 407 
Anzakxw, Rona*d Dav-d. 249. 381 
Appel. Peter Perry, 80. 407 
Archer. M Joy 
Area. Leandro C. 154 
Artedge. Patncia N.. 206. 363 



Armstror^. Alfred R-. 151. 281 

Armstrong. MeftierX 8, 

Armstror^, Kenneth 5 . 80, 144 

Armstrong. Ned C . 310 

Arndt. M<:hael Harbeck. 237, 253. 363 

Arr>esen. Kenneth Alan 

Arnett. RoC>ert Harold. 381 

Arnold. Karen Sue. 205. 310 

Arnold, Kathryn lone. 205, 407 

Arnold. Mane Grace. 95, 200. 224, 407 

ArrKJid. Mary Ann. 215. 381 

Arthur, Mildred Anne, 407 

Arthur. R William. 269 

Artman. John Bennett 

Ashmore. Christoph Bee. 45. I 75 

Ashworth. Donna Conne%e. 209. 408 

Aspiund. Kalherir>e Anrw, 163. 202. 363 

Assur. Eric ThofT%as. 245, 310 

Aston. Laurie Lee. 206. 381. 406 

Atchison, Mary Joan 

ATHLETICS. 34 

Atkinson, t^orry E.. 302 

Atkinson. Karen Lee. 305. 306 

Atkinson, Richard Scott, 48. 177 

Atkinson. William Joseph. 408 

Attndge, Jean Carol, 208. 363 

Atwater. Charlotte. 83 

Aucremann, John Timothy. 98 

Auerbach, Susan K . 157. 364 

Augeri, Virginia Jessie 

Augspurger. Janet Lee, 408 

Auit. Peter Nathan. 193 

Auman. Sarajane, 145. 160. 208. 311 

Austin. Bartura Jean, 163. 364 

Austin. Timothy Lee 

Ausura. Mary Dizatjeth, 50. 408 

Averett. John Abbot. 46. 61, 141 

Avoli. John J . 287 

Aycock, AJtwrt Wayne. 163. 310 

Ayers. Scott Peter, 180, 262. 364 

Azzarone, Alt>ert Matthew. 233. 408 



Batib. Barbara Ellen 

Backdrop Oub, 105 

Backhaus. Bisat^eth E . 288 

Bacskay. Frank William. Jr 

Badran. Carol Anne. 381 

Bagby, Thorrias Lee, ISO. 262. 310 

Bahlman. Carol Lynne, 408 

Bahr, William Henry. 192. 381 

Bailey. Ann Denise, 21 1. 364 

Bailey. Bonnie Sue, 141. 143, 408 

Bailey. James Bernard 

Bailey. Janice Eugenia. 408 

Bailey, Linda Deieon 

Bailey. Martin Thomas 

Bailey. Rotiert Sydnor 

Ba-ley, Sarrxjel R.. Jr , ISO. 258. 262, 364 

Bailey. William Stanley. 192. 364 

Bailey, Wmifred A . 216. 251. 381 

Baity, Ann Leigh. 206. 364 

Baken. Sara JOy, 98 

Baker, Billie Anrw 215, 263, 310 

Baker, William weaver 

Bakun, Elizabeth Collins. 204. 310 

Baldwin, Chariene F., 148. 211. 255. 364 

Baldwin, Darnel Ray, 181 

Baldwin, Ernest Gilman, 381 

Baldwin, James Arda, 179, 364 

Baldwin, John T.. 280 

Baldwin. Pamela Voegelm 

Baldwin, Timothy Bruce. 408 

Balfour-Haiel. 142 

Balkema. Dennis Jay. 45, 189. 408 

Ball. Bobby Miller, 381 

Ball Dor\ald L . 2S2 

Ballard, Detxsran Sue. 4oe 

Ballard. Jane Wyatt. 204. 382 

Ballingall, Carol E . 279 

Baites, Bizabeth V , 50, 206, 408 

Baltes, Gertrude Parker, 87, 206, 244, 364 

Band. 98 

Banes. Robert Thomas 

Banks. Judy Bien. 151. 153. 164. 212, 241, 310 

Banner, J Worth. 235, 288 

Baptist Student Union. 143 

Barackman. James C , 195, 382 

Barba, Margaret Rose, 237 

Bartjer, Michael Barry 

Barbour, Pamela A , 408 

Bard, Philip Alan, 408 

Bardin Reverend. 143 

Baref-eld, Gerald Leroy. 305, 306 

Barger, Betty Blen. 408 

Barger. Ray Maynard. 41, 175. 310 

Barger, Rot>ert Wayne, 175. 408 

Bani, Charles Purdom. 89. 186. 261. 364 

Bark. Dan. 244 

Barka. Norman F,, 279 

Barker, Sandra Kay, 31 1 

Barkovc Detjorah Anne, 408 

Bamer, Sally Ruth, 129, 197. 211. 224. 311 

Barnes, Carson, 170. 235. 273 

Barnes, Baine Madeline, 129, 133. 137. 196. 204. 

243, 364 
Barnes, Lorviie Gary 
Barnes, Mary McLaughlin 
Barnett, Gerald Douglas, 248. 364 
Bamett. Suxanne Mane. 213, 225. 245. 382 
Barnett. William George 
Bamherdt. Oara Pugh 
Barr. Sara GanarxJ. 200, 364 



Barran. Paula Ann. 154, 2S3. 382 

Barren, Mary Stuart. 209. 408 

Barrett, James Carlte. 31 1 

Barrett. Janice Louise 

Barrett. Mary Kay. 50. SI 

Barrett. Richard. 261 

Barrick. Sandra Lea. 245 

Barrows, Julia Ann. 87. 2O0, 224. 406 

Barry. John Stuart. 190. 406 

Barry. Rot>erta, 282 

Bartholomew. John F , 192. 382 

Barttett, Gilbert A,. 304, 305 

Barton. JarT>es Edwin, 37, 41. 42, 152. 164, 188. 311 

SasetMll. 70. 71. 72. 73 

BasKett>dl 52-59 

BasKettiall. Women's 51 

Eiask.M Leslie. 217, 408 

Basnignt. Webb Brantley III. 306 

Bass. Betty Frances. 262. 364 

Bass. Beverly Susan. 408 

Basso, Joane M 

Bassuener, Baroara Ann 

Bates. David Euger^. 248, 265, 406 

Batson. Bart>ara Carol, 141. 382 

Battaiie. Eunice Page. 364 

Batterson, James Gary 

Batterson, Steven Lee 

Battey. Susann Fraser 

Saver. Blen Rosen. 293 

Baxley, Edwin C. Jr . 262. 297. 299 

Baxter. Donald J.. 285 

Baxter. Robert G.. 31 1 

Baylor. Billie Delaine. 364 

Beach. Rebecca Lynn, 154, 204. 382 

Beachley. Nancy Louise, 157. 211. 311 

Beal. Frank Peer. 181 

Seaman, Linda Richmond. 382 

Beamer. William Robert, 98 

Beard, Linda Bizabeth, 213, 382 

Beard, Richard Stark, 408 

Season, Robert Alexande, 192, 241, 245. 363. 36^ 

Beatty. Ralph Michael. 38. 39. 41. 152. 188. 311 

Beaver. Lir>da Kay. 146. 408 

Beazley. Frances Anr>e. 21 1. 364 

Becher, John David. Jr . 46. 408 

Beck. Oerinis LeRoy. Jr . 188. 311 

Beck. John William, 45. 189 

Beck. Louis Marvin 

Beckage. Nancy Bizabeth. 408 

Becker. Kathryn S., 202, 382 

Beckhouse, Lawrence S 

Beckwith Lois Hughes, 245, 382 

Sedeii, Reginald Hudson 

Bedford, Bizabeth A . 382 

Seecher, Bizabeth Parker. 364 

Beekman, Gerard Keith, 408 

Beeler. James Rush 

Beeler, Jeffry Claybrook 

Beerbower, Lmda Anne. 67. 212. 244. 364 

Beers. Manon Drane. 311 

Beitner. Geoffrey S . 41. 175. 256, 364 

Belew, Jerry Mason. 148, 255, 408 

Bell, Frank Wise, Jr.. 408 

Bell, Leska Ann. 95. 382 

Ben. RarKJolph Marshall, 151, 251, 255. 311 

Belshe. Patncia Anne Woody. 311 

Belshe, Robert Bland 

Beiskis, Paula M 

Benda, Andrea Kathleen, 408 

Bendall, Robert Warnck. 166. 245, 254. 265, 31 1 

Benegar, John Conrad 

Benham. William Thorrias. 89 

Bentnghove. Kathy Winn 

BervTer. Rodney Stowell 

Bennett. Charles Larry. 192. 408 

Bennett, Frank Mermar^. 98. 143, 408 

Bennett. John Mark III, 184 

Bennett. John Price. 256, 312 

Bennett, Richard Lawrerice 

Bennett. Virginia Wood 

Bensinger, John. 148 

Benson, Dale E , 286 

Benson, Susan Jane, 215. 23 1 , 245. 382 

Bensten, Virginia Lee Cox. 312 

Berard. Michael Paul 

Berg, Mary Hyde 

Berg. Sven Dan, Jr 

Berge. Paul Frederick, 48. 186. 265. 382 

Berger. Patnco Ann. 63. 364 

Bergere, Douglas K . 304. 305 

Berglurxj. Janet Clara. 202. 312 

Bergman. Willard. 312 

Bennger. Bruce Clay 

Berkey, Jacduelm S.. 312 

Berkeypile. Jean Warren, 143. 382 

Serman. Herbert Seth, 98. 142 

Bemd. David Lemoine, 265. 382 

Bernstein, Janet Lynn. 408 

Besnier. Richard W , 64, 291 

Betton, Kathleen Anne, 95, 98, 208, 245 

Beverly. Barbara Bame, 408 

Bevins, Timothy Boynton, 179, 245, 312 

Beyer, Angela Scott 

Beyer, Emil Charles 

Beyer, R Carlyle, 154, 277, 286 

Bick, Kenneth F 

Biehl, Bruce Alien, 41. 172 

Sien, Martha Sue. 286 

Sierly, Nancy Jane, 67, 87, 95. 154, 206. 245 

Bterman. Richard Bradley 

Bierstedt, Robert. 113 

Bigger. James Alfred. Jr . 98 

Bilbo. Jon Fredenck. 39. 41. 91 

Bilinski. Halka, 281 

Billings. Peter Lauck. 253 

Billman. Carol Jeory. 212. 245 

B«Tda. Mark Christian. 408 



Biotogy Oepartmem. 280 

Biology Oub. 250 

Bordi, Ton. Bizat>eth, 202. 312 

Bircknead. Urvda Sue. 154. 215. 382 

Bird. Joanrte. 96, 202. 408 

Bird, Richard Edward 

Birkett, Kenneth N . Jr , 82. 364 

Birzenieks, Gor^ar M . 364 

Bishop. Mary Josephirie, .?! I. 382 

B'Shop. Nancy Lee. 208. 382 

BiShop. Richard Harold, 305 

Sisset. Suzanr>e Mane. 382 

Sierke. Joyce Canson 

B;orkluna. Rot>en B , 46. 61, 382 

Black. Loring Milton, 382 

Black. Robert EL 

Blackwell, Narv:y Kaye. 217. 224. 382 

Blackweli, Richard B . 251 

Blair, Dianna Sue, 98, 408 

Blair, Joseph Edward. 193. 408 

Blake, Kathleen Jar>e, 149. 264. 312 

Blarv:hard, Amy Ruth, 87. 211. 364 

BlarxJ. Gerald C 

Blar*d. William R 

Blarxlford, Agrees Hid. 148. 409 

Blanton, Joanr^a Oant>y. 201. 364 

Biasing, Mutlu Konuk 

Biasing, RarKJolph C. 

Bledsoe, Bartiara Ar>n, 237. 409 

Bledsoe, Susanne Leoni 

Blessing. William Henry, 143 

Blevins, Elizabeth Ashby 

Bevins, Virginia D-, 382 

Biomquist, Roger Neil. 162. 186. 245. 312 

Bloomberg. Howard W. 

Blount. James P 

Slum. John Curtis. Jr, 

BIy. Robert Dexter. 260. 312 

BIyth. Byron Baine. 409 

Soal, Robert Thomas n. 254. 313 

Board of Student Affairs. 235 

Board of Vistors. 269 

Boatnght Randall Kirk, 181, 382 

Sockoven, Martha Lee. 212. 383 

Boehrer. Jim Michael. 313 

Boemer. David Franklin. 175. 409 

Bogan, Lawrence Jay. 41, 383 

Bogardus. William Stephen 

Bogart. Edward H 

Boggan, William Edgar 

Bogle. Kerry Wesley, 89, 182, 245. 383 

Boisseau. Edward Hooker. 245. 313 

Boisseau. Bien Stuart. 364 

Boisseau. John Sanforo. 58, 59. 193. 409 

Boitin, Erwin Hemnch 

Bokach, Linda Blen, 205. 409 

Bold, Wendy Bizabeth. 196 

Solton. Vernon L.. Jr 

Bonck. Lorelei A.. 263. 313 

Bond, Radciiffe Louis 

Son.fant William Woodmg. 193, 409 

Bonner, Marjone Ann, 383 

Bonner, W.lliam T>iomas, 157. 313 

Bonney. Hal James. Jr.. 304. 305 

Boon, Susan Jane 

Boon, Wyndham Henry 

Boone. David Joseph, 98. 148 

Boorte, William Buchanan 

Sorden. Sandra Louise, 211. 365 

Bomor. John Rchard, 68. 383 

Sosiack, Gregory Richard, 45. 175 

Boswell, Cora Jane, 365 

Boswell, John Eastbum. 147. 151. 155. 231, 313 

Boulden, Walter Raleigh. 172. 383 

Souldin. Bartora Ann. 208. 365 

BourxJy, Marvin Dale. 248. 383 

Bowditch, David Hornsby 

Sowdrtch. Wiiletts. H . 269 

Bowen. Pamela Gay. 313 

Bowen. Robert Allen. 179 

Bowling, Arthur Lee. 151. 162. 313 

Bowman, Diana Bradshaw, 206. 409 

Bowman, John Randall, 182. 261, 313 

Bowman, Susan Blount 

Bowry, Grinda Ann. 97. 216. 313 

Soyd. RonaW J . 252, 383 

Boyd, William Unwood. 192. 365 

Boyle, Louis Lawrence. 149. 254 

Boyle, Patrcia G 

Bozarth. Cathy Leone. 237. 409 

Bracken, Cheryl Chnstme, 148. 214. 224. 409 

Bradfield, Valene. 206. 255 

Bradford. Bonnie Lee. 262. 365 

Bradley. Sarah Ann 

Bradshaw, Chen-y Anna, 209. 250. 409 

Bradstreet. Anne, 164, 202, 237. 241. 313 

Bragg, Betty N , 313 

Bramwell. John Douglas. 409 

Brancn, David Harold, 383 

Brant. Barbara Ann, 146, 224. 409 

Braswell. Mary Alice 

Bray, Edith Marguerite 409 

Bray. Richaro Stafford 

Bream, Julian. 253 

Breeden, Retjecca Huggms. 202 

Breeding, Charles Adams. 409 

Breen, Bettijoyce. 208, 313 

Brehmer, Morns Leroy, 185 

Brennan. Brian Matthew, 185. 313 

Brennan, John Joseph. Jr 

Bretnalt, Virginia Jane. 202, 244. 313 

Brewer, Robert Harold, 409 

Brick. Susan Jane, 209. 409 

Bridgers. LirxJa Lerxjre. 409 

Bridges. Saunders M . 383 

Bndgforth, Richard L. 

Bridwetl, Judy Ihs. 409 



Bnghouse, Mark Stephen, 409 

Bright, Emesl Andrew. 64, 191. 365 

Bright. John C , 274 

Bright. Thomas Leo. 41, 258 

Br.ley. Lynn Fontanne. 383 

Brim, Blame Byron. 143, 159. 260. SI'S 

Brim. Carolyn Shepherd. 400 

Brinckman, Joy AJce. 208. 365 

Bnnker, John TtTOmas 

Bnnkley. John Scott. 383 

Britt. Linda Keaton. 202. 365 

Brrttmgham. Mananr^e 

Brrttingham, Sarah Elrzat>eth. 151. 167. 230 

Sritton. Lee Oizabeth. 200. 383 

Bra Harmon. 113 

Brodie, Michael Anthony. 306 

Broman. Dianne E , 87. 95. 204. 245, 383 

Brooks. David Het>er. 182, 314 

Brooks. Gamett R. Jr.. 117. 250. 280 

Brooks. Richard B . 298 

Broom. Emily Carolan. 409 

Brosch, Kevin James, 194, 244 

Brost. Richard Alan. 151 

Brewer, Debra Moore, 409 

Brown. Alan Kent. 161, 176. 205. 260. 314 

Brown. Bartiara Ann 

Brown, Celia Anne 

Brown, Clement McCune 

Brown, Dennis Tumes. 314 

Brown. Douglas Enc. 54, 176. 245, 383 

Brown. Henry Alan. 188. 383 

Brown. Janet Bartsara. 383 

Brown. Janet Mane, 206. 355 

Brown. Janice Leigh. 213. 409 

Brown. Katl"*erirve Marvey 

Brown, Margie Ann. 200. 383 

Brown, Marion M 

Brown, Richard M 

Brown, Robert Braxton. 185. 256, 314 

Brown, Ro&ert Russell 

Brown, Rotaert Wilmot, Jr , 167, 191. 242. 245, 314 

Brown. Wynyard Adair, 261. 314 

Browrw, Rot>ert Lee. 180. 365 

Brovimell. Joan Frances. 50. 87. 383 

Brownell. Margaret A , 50. 87. 215. 225, 384 

Bnjt>eck. Jean Dale. 212, 365 

Bruce. Barbara June 

Bruce. Bonnie McClenny, 96 

Brtice, Christy Jean. 217. 224. 409 

Bojce. Jon William 

Bnjgh. Lewis Latane. 409 

Bruington, Patricia 

Brunelli, Robert Ernest, 68. 161. 259. 365 

Bnjno, Howard John, 40. 41, 258 

BnjrK). Rchard Ernest 

Brush, Rot>ert TTxjrruond, 193, 410 

Bryan, Cathy 

Bryan, Rchard Wood. 365 

Bryan, Rotjert Turner. Jr . 41 

Bryant. Edward Carroll. 194 

Bryant. John William. 63. 410 

Bryant, Larry Alan. 46 

Bryde, Stanley Kirk, 262, 365 

Bucci. Diar\a Hull 

Buchanan. Patrick C, Jr.. 233. 410 

Buck. Lilli Lee. 141. 254. 263. 384 

Bockey, Kerry Alan, 250 

Buckingham, James L , 143, 248. 384 

Buckland. Dennis Eugene, 224. 410 

Buckles, Patricia Kay, 410 

Buckley. Lmda Louise. 95, 129, 208, 314 

Buckr^am. Deborah Jane. 314 

Buckner, EJizatieth Stuart. 410 

Buckpitt. Alan Ridler 

Budahn. Phillip J.. 384 

Buehler. Thomas Alfred, 62, 63 

Buffington, Carl E . Jr . 165, 314 

Buhrer. Nancy E]izat>eth, 210, 410 

Bullard. James Roger. 192. 384 

Bullis. Pamela Culley 

Bullock. Kenr>eth Wilson. 410 

Bullock. William, Jr. 298 

Bulynko. Lydia D., 202. 314 

Bunch. Linda K . 3S4 

Bunker, Oenise Lynn. 206. 410 

Bunte. Margaret Rachel, 206. 365 

Burbage. Bruce Parker, 365 

Burgess, Sara Adeiia. 410 

Burgess. Susan Alyce, 21 1, 365 

Burgto, Lorraine Arvi, 98, 154, 216. 237, 245. 384 

Burgraff. Craig Robert. 188, 314 

Bunak. Richard Rot>ert. 245, 256. 315 

Burke, Frederick C , 260. 315 

Burke, Joseph Darnel. 410. 194 

Burket, Sartiara Ann, 212. 365 

Burleigh, John Roy, 48, 49. 258 

Burnett. James A 

Bumette, Bettye Anne, 365 

Bumette, James Richard 

Boms. Deborah Caroline 

Bums. Harris, Jr , 281 

Burr. Carll Smith 

Bums, RayrrxxxJ Douglas 

Burton, Frederick H , Jr . 410 

Burton. Martf-« Jar>e. 410 

Bush. Jayne Lynn, 315 

Bushong, Delores Ado. 255. 315 

Business AdmMstration. 297 

Busse. Laura B , 208, 315 

Busse. Paul Lawrence 

Butler, Elizabeth MaKwell. 410 

Butler, Maron Tyus, 185. 365 

Butler, Nora Dalby. 315 

Butler. Patr^ia Jarw, 87, 206. 365 

Butler. Sharon Lynn 

Byer, Margie, 159 

Byerly, Reverend John. 148 



Byers, Ralph A , 80. 190. 384 
Byrd. Claudia Ann, 158. 315 
Byrd. Mitchell A.. 280 
Byrd. Retsecca Lee. 225, 384 
Byrd. Roy Parnsh. Jr . 365 
Byrer. Margaret E-. 104. 208. 365 
Byme. Robert Martyn. 181, 410 



Cafeo. Linda Louise. 315 

Cahiii. Laureen E,. 410 

CahiN, Susan Anne, 410 

Cahoon, Roger Howell. 185. 315 

Caldwell. Wendy Kay. 206, 410 

Cale. Kathryn Leigh, 202, 265, 410 

Caliard, Jim B . 280 

Callear. James Y . 154. 224, 225 

Callowtiilt. Peter Burt. 190. 410 

Calvert. Catr>erine Jane. 155. 216. 316 

Calvo, Betsy Dlison. 200, 365 

Cambal, Dennis Hayden, 44, 45. 177 

Camden, Sandra Kay. 224. 249. 316 

Cameron. Colleen Sue. 202, 365 

Cammarata. J Barry. 151 

Camp. Robert Howard 

Camoana. Michael E,. 155. 232, 365 

Campbell, Brenton Paige, 410 

Carripbell, David Lee. 41, 43 

Campbell. Louis Kerford, 237. 254. 265. 410 

Campbell, Mary Lou, 385 

Campbell, Patricia I , 202. 237. 245. 385 

Campbell. Patrick Beniamm, 182. 410 

Camptjell, Robert Hugh. 98 

Camptjell, Ronald Warren, 159. 316 

Camptjell, Susan Pannill, 208, 316 

Car^ada. Bernard David, ISO, 365 

Cantertxjry Club, 144 

Cappon, Lester J 

Capps. Christine Camey 

Cartiart, Judy Ann. 155. 21 1. 316 

Caridia. Christopher Antony 

Carlo, Sylvain Jean Anet 

Carlton, Alice C, 149, 157, 316 

Canton. Kathleen Ann. 158, 365 

CarT>ey. Gael Getty 

Came/. Stephen Patric, 410 

Carpenter. Gloria Carol 

Carpenter, James W.. 291 

Carr. Carol Alice. 210. 411 

Carr. Diana Deane, 144, 385 

Carnthers, Emmitt O , 64 

Carroll, Jim B 

Carroll, John C 

Carroll. John Michael, 41. 258 

Carroll. Patr<:k James. 63, 385 

Carroll. Steven Allen. 193 

Carson. Jane 

Carter, Barry Neal. 365 

Carter. Carolyn L.. 365 

Carter. David Canton. 177. 365 

Carter. Gary Wayne. 187, 411 

Carter, Karen A. 

Carter, Leshe Roy 

Carter, Margaret E.. 206. 316 

Carter. Wayne E . 287 

Cartwnght. Bruce G, 182 

Cartwnght, Ronnie A,, 365 

Carty. Betty Ann. 210. 41 1 

Carver. Michael Ean 

Cary, Michael Brennan 

Case. John Michael 

Casey, Catherine Sue, 365 

Casey. Connie Marker. 316 

Casey. Everett Frank, 157. 253, 316 

Casey, Thorr^as Edward 

Cashman, Bradley Robert. 45 

Cassada, Janice Anne. 245. 385 

Cassatly. Edward, Jr.. 184. 385 

Cato, Benjamin R., 287 

Cato, Mary Etta 

Catron. Betty L,. 289 

Catron. Louis E. 

Cavaoaugh. James C 38. 41. 256 

Cave, Cynthia Ann. 206. 385 

Cavey. Desa'es M. 

Cayot. Michele Jan. 212. 365 

Chafin, Linda Anne 

Chalmers. George H. 

Chambers. Gwyrvi E.. 129. 204. 365 

ChampKX^, Roy L-, 292 

Charxiellor. Arm Laymar>. 107, 153. 158. 159. 163. 

316 
Chancellor. Rutti Donnan. 83. 122, 129, 132, 135, 

137, 164, 212. 237. 256. 309. 317 
CharxJIer. John Steven, 41 1 
CharKJier. Nancy Deal 
Char>ey, Judith a,, 385 
Chapman. Irma Waters 
Chaprr>on. Jarr^s Bruce 
Chapman, Kenneth Charles, 179, 41 1 
Chapman. Sarah V., 21 1. 245. 385 
Chapoelt. R. Harvey. Jr., 269 
Chard. Douglas Norman. 155. 162. 221. 231. 255. 

317 
Chase. JuOitH Caneel. 167, 202. 317 
Chausse. Carol Jean. 200. 4 1 1 
Chausse, Patricia Ann, 317 
Che«naad«rs. 97 

Cheatham, Alvm Paul, 37. 39. 41, 188. 317 
Cheely, Ronald Caitxtrrw 
Chemistry Ospartmsnt. 28 1 
Cherwy. Chfistir^e Olivia. 250, 265. 365 
Cherriogton, Stephen Fraser. 41 I 



Cherry. Penetope Ann, 154, 216. 245. 385 

Chess Club. 250 

Chess. Walter K . 58. 41 1 

Chesser, Royce w . 296 

Chester- Jones, Ian. 280 

Chesson. Michael Bedout. 104, 155, 159. 186. 229. 

317 
Chew, Rotjert Lynn 
Chi Delta Pi. 158 
Chi Omega, 202. 203 
Chick, Debera Sue 
Childers, Edwm R , Jr , 261 
Childress, Bizabeth Rae, 411 
Chtldress, Louis Deak. 44. 45. 181. 411 
Chocklett. Chanes W. 317 
Choi, Kee. il 
Choir. 102, 103 
Chorus. 101 

Christ. Anthony Chris. 250 
Christensen, Carol Ann. 217. 41 1 
Christensen, Osborne D . 175, 385 
Christensen. Todd M<:r\aei. 64. 263. 411 
Chhsttan Scierxre Organization. 145 
Chnstianson, James, 186, 245. 252. 317 
Chnstianson, Martha Jane 

Chnstoferson, Donald P.. 98. 156. 248, 253, 385 
Chnstopher. John C , 182, 317 
Churchill. William L . 88 
Ciatorri, Michael. 385 
Circle K. 252 

Clark. Alynne Dale. 202. 365 
Clark. Bnan Kent. 252. 385 
Ctark. Carlota Blackburn 
Clark, Cheryl Lynn, 224, 411 
Clark. Douglas Kent. 41 1 
Clark. Frank Harwood III 
Clark, Frederick Llewellyn, 175, 385 
Clark. Jacquelin E,, 244, 317 
Oark, James Bruce 
Clark, John Robert, 385 
Clark, Karen Leigh, 97. 216. 224, 365 
Clark. Linda Diane, 200, 253, 317 
Clark, Stephan Thomas, 41 1 
Clarke, Alan William 
Oarke. Alva Byron. 98, 385 
Clarke. Brenda Gail. 214. 265. 385 
Clarke, Canton, Stuart. 411 
Clarke. William Gordon, 188. 317 
Clarkson. Carol Elaine. 41 1 
Clawson, Mildred Ann. 215. 317 
Clay. Carolyn Meredith. 51. 87. 206. 365 
dayman. Carol Sue. 385 
Clayton, Helen Mane. 254, 317 
Clem, Paul N . 299 
Clement. Catherine Loy, 41 1 
ClerT>ent. Stephen C , 285 
Clements. AJan Leigh. 185. 385 
Clements, Vivian Q , 166, 385 
Clevelarxl. Rot>ert Harold 
Click, Patricia Catherine. 411 
Cline, Kathleen Marie, 41 1 
Clohan, John P , 64, 65, 41 1 
Clore, Sara Monroe 
Cloud, Richard Malveme 
Clouser. Carolyn. 96. 41 1 
Clover. Karen Ann. 254. 262. 263, 365 
Ooyd, Randolph Mahan. 185. 258. 365 
Coakley, Daniel John, 41 1 
Coakley, Gary Vaughn 
Coates, Robbie J 
Cobb, Cheryl Diane. 211. 412 
Cobb. Cheryl Rae, 385 
Cobb. James Gurley. 146. 317 
Cobb, William S . Jr., 290 
Cochran, Harold E., 365 
Cochran, Stephen Grey, 155, 229. 318 
Cocke, Susan Bundy. 305 
Cockrell, Ashby U , 176. 242. 245. 385 
Cofer. Glenna Jo. 263. 365 
Coffey. John Warren 
Coffman, Barry Preston, 366 
Coggins. John Wesley, Jr.. 385 
Cohn. Jerome Edward 
Coke. James W. 
Cotasurdo. Ann Rose 
Cole, Anthony Frederick 
Cde, DevKJ Patten. 179. 245. 258. 366 
Cole, George D . 297 
Cole, Howard Milton, Jr 
Cde, James Emest, 98, 366 
Cole, Mark Arthur, 228, 263, 265. 365 
Cole, William Walter. ISO, 237. 258. 366 
Coleman. Alceenne. 208 

Coleman, Cathy Leigh, 129, 196, 237, 363. 366 
Cdoman. Henry E , 284 
Coleman, Judith Lake, 318 
Coleman, Marfone Ann 
Coleovin, Robert E 
Coleman, Sarah Brooke, 217. 415 
Coleman. Tucker St Martm 
Coles. Anita Joyce, 63. 210. 412 
Coles. Kathleen Louise. 154, 211. 224, 245 
Coletrar>e. Rot^ert Allen. 45 
Collins, Barclay P . 385 
Cdlmft. George H . 66. 69. 191, 261. 366 
Collins, Kenny Kayle. 231. 318 
Collv>s, L«x3« Garrwr, 202. 366 
Collns, Mary Patricis. 412 
Collins, M^haei McHale. 61. 304, 305 
Cdlns, William H.. Jr , 46. 166. 242. 252. 366 
Colon. Marxjel Alfonso, 254 
CC(.ONIAL ECHO. 223-225 
Cotonrva, Jane Bnggs. 318 
Colyer. Mildred O . 202. 245. 365 
Combs, Melirxla Louise. 385 
Comeau.Regirvi ElKaboth. 96. 157. 385 
Comrrwttee on Arts and Lectures. 253 



Corro, Richard Wallace. 41 

COMPANY. 266. 267 

Concerts. 111. 1 12 

Corvdit. Chnstoph D . 63. 258 

Cor>e, Charlotte M 

Coniee. John w., 282 

Conley. Chanes Duncan 

CorvTer, Luther Thomas, Jr . 287 

Conrx>r, Thomas. 304 

Conrad. Gien E . 189. 265. 385 

Conrad, Paul Wells 

Constarx:e, John Allan, 193. 233. 412 

Converse. Ray, 318 

Conway. Ga'l. 96 

Conway. Howard Virx:ent. Jr.. 366 

Conway. Rchard Edward. 61. 172. 318 

Conway. WilKarn G. 

Cook, Bruce MorelarxJ. 88. 175. 366 

Cook, Martha Elizabeth. 200 366 

Cook. Rchard Canton 

Cooke. Edith Louise, 412 

Cooke. Gilbert Lee. 265 

Cooke. Judith Ann. 316 

Cooley. Gregory Joe. 143 

Cooley, James Allen, 194. 412 

Coorwy, Thomas Gregory. 245 

Cooper, Cynthia Vinton. 154. 200. 245. 385 

Cooper, Ellen Hope, 99. 202. 318 

Cooper, John Frederck 

Cooper. Marian Louise. 208. 318 

Cooper, Nancy Cona-L 197. 212. 366 

Copeland. Mary EJict. 412 

Copp. John Rot>ert, 147. 412 

Corbett. James Russeil, 308 

Cortaett. John Paul, 412 

Cortxtt. James William. Jr , 305, 306 

Corbitt. Phyllis Strtser 

Cordell. Dennis Leon, 88 

Corell, Andrew Blair. 412 

Corey, Hibbert O. 

Corman. Richard Boyd, 265, 412 

Comer. Stephen Jeffrey. 412 

Correli. Chanes M. 

Comgan, Robert. 253 

Corso. Marguerite Mane. 97, 412 

Corson. David Wesley. 186, 385 

Corson, Paula. 249, 412 

Corvino, Margaret Bs*. 96. 147. 163. 318 

Cote. Emest Norman. 236. 237. 256. 256. 361. 366 

Cothem. Harold Louis. 194 

Cottingham. George R 

Cottmgham, Rotiert P . 412 

Cottrell, Mchael Patmon. 193 

Cottrell, Sandra Kay, 412 

Cottrill. Virginia Sue. 98. 141, 412 

Couper, Mary B-, 20O, 366 

Coursen. Bradner W , 280 

Cousms. Mike. 305 

Cousins, John Paul, 179. 245. 318 

Cousms, Taylor K , 282 

Covington, James Edward 

Covington. Susan E , 50. 318 

Cowart. Gregory A 

Cowies. James DeWitt. 296 

Cowles, Roliin James, 192. 263. 385 

Cox. Frank W . 269 

Cox. Jolv> Bruce. 264 

Coyr>e, Jerry Allen 

Cracraft. Steven G 

Craft. Chartes Stephen, 175. 319 

Cragen. John Pierce. 187. 412 

Cra«. K»n. 212. 245. 385 

Crampton, Stephen R 

Crampton. Susan Comstock 

Crane, Mchael L , 191, 319 

Crane. Stefan Watts. 182. 412 

Crapol. Edward P . 266 

Crawford. George W . 292 

Crawford. James BoyO. 412 

Crawford. Margaret Ann. 412 

Crawley, Chartene G.. 212. 366 

Creole. Harvey Blair III. 412 

Creef, Teresa Diane, 215, 366 

Creekmore, EdmurxJ White, Jr , 184, 412 

Creekmore, Joseph W 

Cewe. William Stewart. 162. 260. 319 

Crevrt. Ralph L . 1 76. 385 

Crigier, Susan Lee. 412 

Cnssey, Bart>a<-a J«9n. 204. 319 

Cnttenden. Capt John B . 288 

Croster. Yvorvie Fae. 204. 366 

Cross. Calvin Leiarx]. 160. 386 

Cross Country, 46. 47 

Cross. Glenn H , 44. 1 77 

Cross, Harry Lee 111. 56. 62. 177, 412 

Cross. Loda Lee, 204, 386 

Crossen. Shetia Marie 

Crouch, Joseph Preston, 304. 305 306 

Crowe, John Harrison. 63, 189. 396 

Crowe, Kevin Joseph 

Crowe. Patncia B . 51 

Crowe*, James Douglas. 412 

Crowgey, Ro<*»ey Gerald 

Crownf«td, Fre<»erck R. Jr. 292 

Crwwson. Pamela Roberta. 412 

Crowther. Nancy B , ISa 20a 319 

Crowther, Randolph MitcheM. 412 

Croyte. Barba<-a Anrv 206 222. 225 233. 306 

Cruse. Haro4d M . 96. 192. 386 

Crvte. Carol Etta. 159, 200. 244. 366 

Cullers. Kathy Kay, 157, 204, 386 

Cumtiee. Rchard S 

Cumngs, Vctorta Thayer, 202. 412 

Cumtngham, Constance Gail 

Cunnir«hwTV Susan W . 20d, 237, 245 361. 386 

Curtey, Carolyn Denise. 50. 87 413 

Cufrm. C*rol>r« F . 200. 319 



437 



Curry. Rhoncto El»nc, 202. 366 

Curry. R^t^ra. 152. 285 

Curttfi, Ernest A„ 141. 144. 386 

Curtis. JeMrey Howard 

Curtis, Joseo^. 302 

Curtis. Kevin pnrilipos 

CurNvvn. Disns Louise. 96. 319 

Curzi. Dewey Scott. 64. 65. 66. 88. 188. 319 

Custis. Paul Robert. 80. 24a 366 

Cusworth, Rooert Brian. 366 

CulJe'. Ar>r>e M 

Cutler. E)1c.tt C . 233. 386 

Cutter. Jamie Sur. 200. 386 

Cyrus. LyrKla Anr%e, 163. 319 

Ciameckt. Peter B . 195. 386 



D'Eta. Clark Anthorvy 

DebH. Lauren Owryi. 413 

DachiK. RaymonO 

Oefaar^y. Wagin. 297 

Dele. Kenny 

Daley. Deborah Lee. 200. 413 

Dallas. Snjce S,. 61. 175. 366 

Dslton. Detxxar^ Susan, 413 

Dameron, OtXOtTiy Mane. 200. 413 

Dan, Ldiarw KreOs. 288 

Oarxe. Carolyn Wallace. 206. 244. 250. 366 

Oar^wl. Jarr^S R<:f%er<3. 41 

Daniel. Robert Charles. 61. 413 

Dansby. &vight Richard 

Daragan. Joseph John 

Darden. Colgate, 1 1 3 

Dsrimg. James S 

DarT\a<l. Sherry Anr>e 

Oame*I. Nancy Rebecca. 157. 200. 244. 366 

Darragh. Mary Anne 

Dougherty. David Reams. 52. 53. 54. 55. 57. 1 75, 

319 
Davenport, Brian Wade. 177 

Daverxxsrt. Robert Kevm, 89. 91. 176. 261. 320 
Davey. John Barrett. 195, 386 
Davi, Susan Ann. 159, 216. 366 
Oavick. Tlxxnas Kellogg, 190, 386 
OavKJ. Joseph John, 1 79. 330 
DavkJson, Charles E . 282 
Oevidson. Mary Ann, 413 
Davies. Hope Usss'e. 386 
Davies. John Myrddm. 98. 157. 386 
Oavis. Carolyn Niles 
Davis. Detxsrah Harp. 413 
Davis. Elizabeth Carter. 200. 366 
Davis. Gary Unton 

Davis. George Hughes. 46. 47. 60, 61, 256. 320 
Davis. Ailia Marveen. 205. 413 
Davis. Julianne, 320 
Oevis. Kathanne BayT>es 
Davis. Leslie Arvi, 216, 320 
Davis. Lewis William. Jr . 413 
Davis. Michael Louis. 184. 366 
Davis. Terry Eugerte, 413 
Davis. William F . Jr.. 45. 175 
Davis. William Jackson ^ 
Davis. William Scott. 145, 2SO. 386 
Dew, Hutiert A 

Dawson. Sandra Kay. 211, 386 
Day, Captain Doel D 
Day, Robert Warwick, 89, 262. 320 
Day Student Assembly. 236 
Dayton, Ke'th Waiter, 152, 161. 182. 245. 366 
De Va^or^a, Hada Mana, 96. 154. 206. 386 
Deacon. Joanne, 159, 202. 244. 367 
Deal. Bill. 126. 339 
Dean, John Howard, 41, 188. 320 
Deane, Evelyn Powe<r. 386 
Deas. Joanne Baumgaertel 
Deas. Justin Traylor 
Deas. Laurence A,, 320 
Deaton. John Tutxnan. 413 
Deaton. Lewis Edward. 261, 367 
Deaziey. Sarah Jane. 367 
Debate Council. 104 
Deboe. Joel A,. 304, 306 
Oetx^er, James William, 305 
Oetxjer, Patrcia Alee. 210. 21 1. 386 
Debutts, Anne UrxJen. 413 
Oech. Jay Canton 
Decot Mark Edwin. 61. 320 

Deekens. Jotn Mackervc«. 161. 195. 254, 257. 320 
Deery. Kevin Joseph. 147. 177. 413 
Defrees. Jane Undsay. 149, 206. 320 
Defur. Peter Lee. 194 
Dehn. Ga'e 
Delar>ey. Raymond T 
Delaune, Jewell Lynn 

Delia. Clark Anthony. 245, 248. 256. 265, 367 
DHigw Lambros. 182. 244, 413 
Delia Torre. Thomas P . 193, 413 
Dellinger. Jo Arw>e, 159. 386 
Deloach. Clyde Monroe 
Oetta, Delta. Delta. 204, 205 
Delta Onvcron. 156 

Delta S«ina Rho-Tau Kappa Ajpha. 1 59 
Demchyk, Stephen John. 185, 386 
Demharter, Paul Regis 
Der^enberg, Denn.s. 151. 152. 166. 237. 241. 253. 

320 
Denny. F>atricia D»ar>ne, 204. 321 
Oensmore. Douglas W . 179. 367 
Dent. Chartes Edward, Jr , 155. 166. 232. 233. 321 
DEPARTMENTS. 276 
Derks. Peter l , 293 
Derr>er, Dav-d Wiil«m. 232. 386 



Derorrv. Nicholas John 

Derr. Alice Miriam. 204. 367 

Demckson. Lew Dnjmny. 176. 260. 321 

Derrir\ge, Edmund T . 35 

Derrr>ge. EdnxjrKl T,. Jr . 175. 31 

Detwe4er. Det>orah Mae, 224. 413 

Oeuster. Patrc« Anr^, 83, 386 

Oevarviy. Margaret G>lchnst 

Deviibiss. George Ann. 129. 367 

Oevrs Disciple, loe 

Devitt. Karen Marte 

Devitt. Timothy R. 

Devlin, Blen Jarw, 386 

Dew. Stephen Dodson 

Dewey. Hartley Fiske. 247. 321 

Dewilde. Dor\ald Steven. 180. 386 

Oewitt. Peter Webb, 180. 261. 367 

Dexter. Joel Maron. 386 

Deyerte, Elizabeth W , 200. 262, 367 

Oeyerte, L«x3a Ann. 2O0, 224, 386 

Oiamant. Irene Roth, 142 

Diamond. Gary Wayne, 54, 58, 142. 182. 386 

Oibattista, Beverty 

Dick. Virginia SuSan. 217. 413 

Dickey. Donald Ne«l. Jr , 145. 195, 367 

Dickinson, Enders IV, 180. 321 

Dickinson. Jan Suzette, 321 

Dickinson. Nancy Lewis, 387 

DKJuk, Qsa S , 253. 288 

Die»^. Kathleen T . 263, 321 

Diehl. Wayne Preston, 413 

Diggle. Beverly Jean 

Diggs, Harold AugUStin 

Diggs, Sarah Louise. 205, 413 

Dillon. Fraricis Henry 111, 413 

Dillow. James Roger 

Dingietierry, Stephen William, 194 

Dinner, Olott Davrs. 180, 321 

Dipaola, Michael F , 192, 321 

D-tullo, Frank Anthony, 191, 387 

Divers. Nancy Leigh, 210, 413 

DIVERSION, 32. 33 

Di». Patsy BelirKJa 

Oi«on, Norrnan Ectward 

Dfordjevic, Cirila 

Dodd. Kathleen Barbara, 244 

Dodds. John H.. 48. 49, 186. 387 

Dodge. James Ray 

Dodge, Steven Goode. 52, 53, 54. 55, 56. 57. 175. 

387 
Oodson, Harry Hugh, 165, 237. 309. 321 
Doe- Frank E . 188, 387 
Dofflemyer. Barry Gray, 175. 413 
Doland. Father, 147 
Oolit>er, Carol A , 288 
Dolmetsch, Can A , 283 
Oomabyl, Karen Nancy, 413 
Dombroski, Virginia M., 254 
Domino, Paula Margaret. 87 
Dor^ahue. William J III, 182, 367 
Dor^ldson. Birdena E . 273 
Donaldson, John E , 272, 302 
Donaldson. J Scott, 155, 283 
Doneison, David Michael, 195, 387 
Donnelly. Marian Ruth 
Dorxjhue, Timothy Conway 
Oorovan, Thomas Joseph, 305 
Dooley, John Claude, 244, 255, 387 
Doolin. Pamela Lyn, 96. 413 
Doolittle, John Paul 
Dorman, Robert Edgar, 179. 413 
Dougherty, Deborah Jane. 217. 413 
Doughty, Michael C , 413 
Doughty, Ttx>Tias E , 176, 258, 367 
Douglas, Linda Amelle, 143, 214, 224. 413 
Douglas, Susan Sowers 
Douthat, James Evans, 186. 245. 321 
Doverspike. Lynn D . 292 
Dow, Margaret Ruth. 413 
Dowdy, Oizabeth Claire, 387 
Dowdy, Rena Faye, 157. 163. 322 
Downer. Patncia. 155. 232. 233 
Oowrtey. Virginia Lynne 
Downing, Jack R , 54, 322 
Downton. Reuben Edward, Jr , 58. 59 
Drake, Linda LOuise. 212. 367 
Drake. Peggy Lou. 87, 224. 413 
Drake. Thomas Edward, 322 
Dray, Mark Stanley 
Drescher. Kenneth G, 179, 387 
Dress, Catherine Louise. 200, 413 
Dress, Norman T . 322 
Dressel, Bruce Borden, 387 
Dressel, Jacqueline Clark. 244, 317 
Dressel, Marshall v , 195, 322 
Oreyfuss, John Rafael, 413 
Orinkwater. Lawrerx:e R . 387 
Dnscoil. John Patrick, 180, 262. 322 
Driscoti, Lawrerx:e T., 162. 186. 322 
Onscotl. Michael Thomas, 413 
Driver. Rebecca Virgmia. 413 
Druff, James Her>dnk, Jr. 
Drurrvnond, Diane Alexandra 
Dryden. David Nicholas 
Drye. Jerry Wayne, 98. 387 
Dryer. Lynn Ruth, 149, 322 
Ou Bose, Rebecca Stuart 
Due Games. 1 3 
Ducat, Janet Louise 

Dudley, Mary Anrte. 200. 224, 263, 367 
Duff. Charles Henry lit. 192 
Duff. James Ronn.e. 387 
Duffey, TT^xnas O , 41. 42, 61. 172, 387 
Duke, Chanie Wayne, 143, 252. 367 
Duke, Mary Diane, 367 

Dukeshrt-e, Joanne Audrey, 83, 87. 209, 413 
Dula. Frances S . 387 



Duncan. Bruce Gngg 

Duncan. Dorothy Ann, 215. 322 

Dur<;an. Robert, 269 

Dunn. William Lee, 161, 176, 245. 260. 322 

Dopuy, John L. 

Ourant, Kenneth Michael 

CXjrtv»m, Lois Jean, 213, 413 

Ourrett, Walter Lawrence, Jr 

Dutro, Robert Smith. 304. 305 

Dutrow. David Ar>drew. 68. 69. 191. 387 

Dutton, Mary Mcheie 

Ouval. Lorrair>e Doris 

DyKsen. John Paul. 322 

Dymacek, Deborah Ann. 413 



Eades. Lynne Marie. 413 

Eakin. Edward M 

Eareckson, Karen hnane. 205. 413 

Easier, Hugh B , 235, 287 

Eaton, Demans Winston, 216. 225, 322 

Eberhardt. Mchael C 180, 322 

Eckhaus, Morton 

Eckhouse, Mark Sanford, 191. 367 

Economics DeparTmerrt. 282 

Edge, Laurel Suzanne. 367 

Edieston, William R , 262. 322 

Edmonds. Vernon H , 294 

Edney, Galen Altis, Jr , 414 

Education. 298. 299 

Edwards, Andrew Canton 

Edwards. Annat>el Davis. SO, 51, 414 

Edwards. Clifford Roy. Jr. 

Edwards. Deborah Lynn. 231. 414 

Edwards, Jack D. 

Edwards, Karen Arme, 209, 414 

Edwards. Lauris Lee. 4 14 

Etbner. James Joseph 

ETiden. Leo Joseph, 414 

Eitelman. Roger Michael. 60. 61 

eectra, 106 

Blenson, David Harry. 322 

Biratt. Chanes S . Jr . 180, 260. 323 

aiiott. Edwin P.. Jr , 323 

Bliott. Homer Lee. 304, 305, 306 

Bliott. James Michael, 252. 414 

Bliott. Nathaniel V , 283 

Bliott. Rot>ert C- H, 161. 259, 30S, 305, 306 

Bliott. Wallace, 273 

aiiott. William D.. 61, 186. 387 

Blis. Calvin Lane. 265. 367 

aiis. Edward H.. Jr.. 41. 42. 43. 92, 141. 175, 258. 

367 
Blis. Loretta Louise 
Blis, Michael Corydon 
Bmore. Donald Charles, 191, 368 
Bmore. Larry Carpenter 
Bmore. Ralph A 111, 304. 305 
Brod. Cheryl Candace, 204. 368 
Brod. Donald Randolph. 80. 368 
Bute Susan Barbara. 368 
By, Eugene Stetson II 
By. Karen Odell, 387 

Emenck. James Tracy, 192, 245. 259. 323 
Emerson. Robert Greenough III 
Emerson. Susan French, 414 
Emert, Roy Andrew, Jr.. 323 
Emm. Marshall Gordon 
EmplairK:ourt, Edmond A . 255, 323 
Engel, Denme Chns 
Engle, Jacaueline Anne. 216, 323 
English Department. 283 
English, Richard J,. 172. 323 
English, Robert. 274 
Engoron. Frances Carta, 206. 368 
Engs, Michael Shelton. 161. 259. 323 
Eppler, John William. 64. 176. 368 
Epstein, Ned Andrew 

Enckson. Emerald Louise. 206, 263, 414 
Erickson, Richard Arden 
Emstmeyer, Jan Lois, 202. 255, 263. 323 
Essler. James E.. 387 
Estes, Susan McKissick 
Eta Sigma Pni. 159 
Etheridge, Linda Susan, 414 
Evans, Andrew Brant, 175, 244. 414 
Evans, Frank B lit, 283 
Evans, John Barney 
Evans, Joseph Benjamin, 305, 414 
Evans, Martin Ean 
Evans, Sylvia Noli 
Evans, waveny C- 41, 175. 387 
Evenson. Peter Oliver 
Ewart. George Daniel. 387 

Ewing, ETizabeth Ruth. 107, 147, 212. 244, 368 
Ezell. Thomas Wayne 



Fabian. David Robert, 48, 49 

Fagan, William Dennis. 88, 188. 258, 368 

Fagot. John Allan, 185, 387 

Fairbank. Wer>dy Bizatjeth. 163. 224. 323 

Fairtianks. George C IV, 180. 260. 324 

Fall. Mary Onjscilla. 414 

Familant. Norman. 194. 387 

Fontaetiks. 107 

Farace. Patrick James. 147. 187. 368 

Farinholt Dorothy G.. 216, 263. 324 

Farkash. David Gene. 185, 387 



Fartn. Dan Cobaugh, 324 

Farreil. JarT>es Robert. 188. 387 

Farrier. Harriet Hancock, 287 

Fams. Alice Dwine, 324 

FarrisB, Nancy M. 

Fauber. Suzarv^ Dillon. 212. 324 

Fauerbach, Ere 

Faust. Olive E)>zat>eth, 217. 224. 387 

Fawcett, Jo»vi North. 387 

Fechlmaon. Fre<3die Ann. 129. 146. 195. 200, 368 

Fee. Russell S, m, 162. 26C. 324 

Feeiey, Thomas Mchael, 324 

Fehr, Can A. 101, 102, 103 

Fehrenbach. Robert j . 283 

Feller. Gregory William, 414 

Felton. Bemadette Jonnslyn 

Ferx:ing. 180 

Fen^sohn. George Ira, 61. 143. 324 

Ferme^ly. Dan>el John lit 

Fentr.ss. Grayson G 

Ferguson. Can Phiiiips, 176 

Ferguson, Jorte E . 141. 208. 387 

Ferguson. Jar^ei E . 95. 101. 212. 243. 387 

Ferguson. John Ovm. 324 

Ferguson, Mary Margaret. 368 

Ferrari. Daniel Edward, 179. 387 

Ferrell. John Schuyler. 414 

Ferry, James F . Jr.. 141, 149, 368 

Ferryman, Lynn A,. 160, 368 

Fosta, Bnan C-. 237, 387 

Feuemegel. John Karl. 41 

FiarKler, Joseph William. 46, 414 

Field, William C . 177, 304. 305 

ReidS, Terry Windsor. 387 

F«4dS, Willam Edgar. 414 

Frith Dimension. 127. 239 

Figg. Ann Harwood, 414 

Filkins, Detx>rah J. 

Findier, William E , 60, 61, 141, 25S. 368 

Fmo Arts Department. 284 

Finiey. Kathleen Sue, 414 

Finley, William K., 186. 256. 260, 324 

Finn, Francis William, 414 

Fmnegan, Jeffrey C , 48 

Finnerty, Michael A 

Finton. Thomas Edward. 258, 368 

Firth, Robert Martin, 414 

Fischer. Catherine, 204. 387 

Fischer. Emerick, 302 

Fischer, Steven Kent 

Fisher. Gary Edwm, 146, 248, 368 

Fisher. Gerald ira, 58 

Fisher, Joel Richard 

Fisher. Peter O^anes. 194 

Fitch. Julian Robert 

Fitzgerald, Robert M.. 195. 2'^- 324 

Fitzrxjgh, Philip W . 387 

F.tzsimmons. James A., 82. 180. 387 

Fitzsimmons, Launi Lynn. 414 

Raherty. Carol Rose. 414 

Ramm. Martha S. 

Rar^agan. Sterlwig Stuart 

FLAT HAT. 226-229 

Reischman, Nancy h., 157 

Reshood. Paul Seago, 179, 25a 368 

Rester. Steven Eugene. 414 

Retcher. Anne Bermce 

Retcher, John Richard. 177, 224, 414 

Rook, Susan, 67, 205, 414 

Rorerx;e, Henry Michael. 88. 93. 161. 175. 260, 324 

Roumoy. Janet Christine, 2O0, 414 

Royd, John Robert 

Rynn. Chris toph John 

Rynn. Joan Lesley, 147, 151, 153. 155. 165. 200. 

324 
Foidenauer. Craig E.. 387 
Folland. Laura Edwards, 324 
Foltz, Kervwth Glenn, 368 
Foott>all. 16, 17, 36-45 
Ford, Chanes Arthur. 175, 256. 414 
Ford. David Kromer 
Ford. Dofvia Jean. 205. 414 
Ford. Gerald. 113 
Forde. Alan Scott 48. 245 
Fore, Danny Garfield. 260 
Fore, Julian Wayne. 154, 224. 387 
Forge. 141 

Forrer, Martha Jeanne. 151. 254. 324 
Forrest Carroll Mark. 14a 161. 254. 257. 325 
Forster. Detxsrah Lynn, 213, 414 
Foss, Rotiert Ward. 237. 265. 414 
Foster. Heidi Anne. 205. 414 
Foster. Judy Carolyn. 325 
Foster. Lewis A , 290 
Foster. Robert Mallory 
Fowle. Donna Jearv>e. 212. 368 
Fowler. Harold L , 286 
Fox. James Charles. 17/ 
Fox, James Joseph III, 189. 414 
Fox, Jon Gilbert. 414 
Fox. Leslie Christir»e 
Foy, Laurence George. 182. 368 
France. Mary Sue Wine, 325 
Franklin, Gary Paul, 63, 178. 414 
Franklin. Gregg Paul. 63. 178, 414 
Frankovrtch. Can N , 185, 325 
Franks. Douglas Wayne. 185. 368 
Frantz. Thomas Richard, 46, 47, 61, 368 
Fraternity Complex. 169 
Fratkin, Barry 35 
Fratkin. Michael E . 61 
Fratkin, Winifred Goodman. 325 
Frazer. Bizabeth P.. 325 
Frazier. Patrxiia Anr^. 51, 87. 206. 325 
Freasier, B. Roland. Jr 
Frece. John Walter, 191. 261, 325 
Fredereks. Dolores Bergere, 202. 414 



438 



Freeman. Alvirr Z.. 81. 286 

Freeman, Edward P , 81 

Freeman, Margaret W 

Freeman, L'r>da Lee, 95, 165, 202, 309, 325 

FreiDerger, Douglas E . 64. 66. 258 

Frertch. Barry James 

Freshmen. 12 

FRESHMEN. 406-433 

Fnberg, Paula S.gnd. 254 

Fnedlarvaer, Thomas A., 250 

Friedman, Herbert. 293 

Friedman, KatWeen G , 156, 202, 325 

Fr«nd, Claries E . 305 

Fnst>ee, Stephen V , 245 

Fnscia, James Howard. 82, 191. 387 

Ffon, Josepri M , 41. 325 

Froscf>er. Torrey Curtis. 162, 225, 325 

Frost. James Brarv;h. 186, 387 

Fnjmen, Dennis R , 255, 388 

Frykberg. Erie Robert. 237. 414 

Fudge, Cecelia L 

Fulgham. Frank M . Jr. 2SO. 368 

Fulkerson, Margaret. 326 

Fuller, Sheila Gait, 21 1. 250. 368 

Fuller, Terry Alan 

Fullerton, RKihard B . 161, 191, 259, 326 

Fultz. Margaret Bair^e 

Fulwiler. Anne C . 154 

Funck, Pamela Kay. 414 

Funigiello, Pnji'p J 

Funk, Nar>cy Jo, 414 

Funk. Willard JoMn 

Funsten, Herbert 

Fuqua, Susan Cary, 97. 205. 415 

Furbusn. E)isat>eth 8 , 211. 368 

Furgurson. Katfiryn Michelle 

Furman. Margret Louisa, 87, 215. 388 

Furr. Murray Basil, Jr , 248. 254. 326 



Gabe4er, William S . 41 

Gaeta. Antrony, jr , 304, 305 

Gaffney. CatTiy Ann, 202. 415 

GsKlies. John B , 304, 305 

Gaines, Charles B., Jr. 415 

Galfo. Armand J . 298 

Gall. Margaret Ann. 369 

Gallagher. Freder«;k P , 369 

Gallo, John Aaron. 369 

Galloway. Lura Goddin, 164, 202. 235. 241. 244. 326 

Gamage, Stewart Hamilton, 213, 415 

Gamma Phi Beta. 206. 207 

Gang. PatricLa Anne. 216, 388 

Gapp. David A . 280 

Garaud, Andre, 1 13 

Gart>er, Denette Ben, 21 1, 263, 326 

Gartier, FrederK:k V . 244 

Gartser. RK:hard Bubb. 326 

Gart>er, Rotaert Ean, 46, 61. 141. 388 

Gardner. Edward, Jr . 191. 369 

Garfield. Linda June, 210, 415 

Garland. Martha Ann, 200, 388 

Gamett. Henry Ojncan 

Gan^tt. Sandra G . 216, 388 

Garrenton. Vir>cent Trower, ISO, 388 

Garrett. Martin A , 282 

Garrett. Meiinda Ricks, 369 

Garrett. Stacy F III, 304, 305, 307 

Garrett. Virginia W , 204, 369 

Garrigan, Edwin Patrick, Jr. 

Garst. Patroa Ann. 202, 388 

Gan^ey. BarOey T . Jr . 90. 195. 258, 369 

Gaskins. Steve Pettie. 48, 141, 176, 260, 326 

Gates, Donald Leidy, 182, 369 

Gates. Ernest Christian. 48. 177. 415 

Gates, Gail Elizabeth. 212. 237, 363, 369 

Gay. Dor^ld Ml 

Gay. Marvin. 125 

Geddes, Barbara Todd 

Geddy. Mrs. Vernon. 269 

Getotte, Rot>ert Gunnar, 178. 415 

Ger>ebsch. Edwin Dennis. 61. 184 

G«ok>8y Department. 284 

Gert)er. Ephraim L 

Gerenser. Duane Eugene, 369 

Germain, Susan E , 210, 388 

Garman Club. 253 

Gemhardt. Claud<a. 415 

Gery. Gur^r Alexarxjrs. 179. 204. 369 

Gary, Michael. 415 

Getchell. Gary Alan 

Gettir^gs, Winifred Antonna 

Getty, L'rxla Louise 

Geudeke, Theodora J , 368 

Gewirtzman, Neil H , 54 

Giampapa, Nancye Carol. 326 

Gibbons, William Franklm, 190, 415 

Gibbs, Andrea Ruth, 415 

Giberaon, Wayne F.. 66. 69, 191, 245, 369 

G'bson, Gale Holly, 153, 166. 206. 326 

Gibson, Luctlle Haywood. 369 

Gibson, Michael F 

GIKSS, Katy Virginia 

Gitb«rt. Betty 

Gilbert. Laurence Charles, 61, 98, 178. 41S 

Gilbert. Rot>ert Preston, 388 

Gilbert. Sabra Ruth 

Giles. Hume A . 36, 41, 43. 172. 388 

Gtlt. Dorothy Karen, 415 

GHl. Richard Woo^ridge. 369 

Gill. Russell B 269 

Gillespie, David Paul 

GiDeapie, Richard James. 56. 193. 415 



Gillespie. William Bnjce. 179, 326 

Gillespie, William G. 369 

Gillett. Randall Lewis, 415 

Giiley. James Witlard, 98. 415 

Gilliam, Dor^aid Snjce 

Gilman, Donna Powell, 216, 389 

G'imore. Chnstopher C. 48, 177, 415 

Gimpel. Marshal Rand, 184, 244, 415 

Giordano. Gregory A . 64. 175, 388 

G.rard. Thomas Pleasant, 185, 326 

Girouard. Terry Allen. 415 

Girton. Arthur Gregory, 305 

G'ts, Susan. 209. 415 

Givens, Manta Louise. 416 

Giasheen, Alice Margaret. 326 

Glass. Judith Ann, 326 

Glassman. Andrew Paul. 326 

Gleason. John Winthrop 

Glendinning. David N 

Glenn. Jean Paxton, 263. 326 

Godtxjid. Marian Lacy. 212, 388 

Godley, Aston L., 61 

Godwin. Ann Ralston, 104, 159, 265, 388 

Godwin, Dons Elaine, 416 

Godwin, Joseph H. III. 192. 327 

Godwin. Mills, 112. 113. 270 

Gold George Richard. 305 

Goldblatt. Stephen Roy 

Golden. Mike. 304. 305 

GoJden. Walter B, 

Goidsmrth. Lawrence. Jr , 154. 195. 245. 369 

Golf. 34, 85 

Golladay, Elizabeth M.. 206. 265. 388 

Gomez. Debene Lynn, 204, 369 

Gonzales. Don, 155 

Gonzales, Mrs Don. 157 

Gooch. Kathenne Deiores. 415 

Good. Card Aileen, 212. 244. 369 

Goodall. Joseph Culton. 143 

Goodbar>d. Susan M . 202. 388 

Goode. George Walden, 195, 228, 327 

Goode, Judith Gray 

Goode. Mildred Cox 

Goodman. Ronald w.iiis. 193 

Goodrich. Cynthia Camp. 216. 237, 245. 381. 388 

Goodrich. Ernest. 269 

Goodrch. Nancy Kay. 211, 253. 369 

Goodwin. Bruce K., 285 

Gordon. Daralyn. 369 

Gordon. Lmda-Rae, 2O0, 245. 388 

Gordon. Peggy Elame. 416 

Gore, Carol Kn.ght, 233. 251. 255, 388 

Gosney, Bevertey Ruth, 159. 216. 388 

Gottenkieny Charles H , 182, 245. 388 

Gouiaman. Harold Moore III. 177, 416 

GOVERNMENT. 234-245 

Government Department. 285 

Grecian PatrKTia Maria. 206. 253. 327 

Graduation. 30 31 

Graef. Vtrginia Sue. 202. 327 

Graf. Kathy Lynn. 416 

Graham, Carol Lynn, 211. 369 

Graham, David Draper, 369 

Graham, Janet Lee, 211. 245. 255. 369 

Graham, Robert Allison, 250, 327 

Granger. Gail Anne. 95. 97, 204. 388 

Grant, Bruce S . 280 

Grant. George C 

Grant. James Allen. 179. 416 

Grasso, Linda, 327 

Gravatt. Bruce Lee, 195. 388 

Graves. Leiand Edward. 48 

Graves. Leonard Lanford. Jr, 

Graves, Mary ViCk 

Graves, Patrick William, 190. 388 

Graves. Patt-e Wills, 83 

Gray. David J 

Gray. Karen Florence. 416 

Gray. Linda Anr>e. 202. 369 

Gray. LoiS 

Gray. Rebecca Ruth. 369 

Grayson. George W.. Jr. 

Greear, Susan Lynne 

GREEKS. 168-217 

Greek Queen. 1 36 

Greek Weekend, 1 18 

Green, Connie Berry 

Green. Douglas Gaylord. 231. 416 

Green, James Crawford, 39, 41, 98. 252. 254. 327 

Green, James William, 261 

Green. Kenneth O , 283 

Green, Kevin William. 416 

Green, Walter, 275 

Green, V^arrerx. 235 

Greer>e. Beverly Lynne. 206, 224 

Greene, John HerkirT>er, 68, 370 

Greenwood. Lynn Mane. 1 54. 202. 388 

Greer, Katherine W . 158. 206. 233. 243. 253. 26S. 

388 
Greida. Vincent Charles. 41 
Grenfell, Jane Douglass, 204, 388 
Gretes. Frances C . 216, 370 
Grrffin. Catherine Lois, 143. 224. 245. 388 
(tiffin, John P., 253, 388 
Griffin. Thomas John, 305 
Griffin. Thomas N , 307, 309 
Griffith. Douglas Paul, 60, 176. 327 
Griffith. Royd LouiS, 416 
Griffith, Jear¥>e E . 388 
Griffith, Margaret E.. 96. 388 
Gfill. Frederck Powell. 304. 307 
Grrils. Kathi Anne, 416 
Gr*TVTi. e^T¥T»ett Carl, 327 
Grnde. Bart>ara Ellen. 98 
Grizzard. Hugh S . 388 
Grombocher, Betty Sue. 142. 370 
Gronir«er. Cheryl Kay, 388 



Group Leaders. 245 

Grove. Roberta i-yru^. 153. 166, 206. 327 

Groves, Timothy W.. 245. 388 

Gruver. Joseph Thomas. 68. 4 16 

Guardino. RKr\a'a v»Tcent, 190. 416 

Guenther. Anthoriy L 

Guernsey. Bruce H 

Guerrant. Alice Heptxxjme, 148, 416 

GuUer. Caroline Leigh. 249 

Gutnivan. Thomas Lee. 187. 416 

Gumbert, Bruce Peter. 190 

Gunia. Gertrude Genette. 98. 157. 388 

Gumey. Richard D.. 158. 162, 252, 328 

Gutierrez. Richard. 80, 328 

Guy. William G , 281 

Guzman. Samuel M. 

Gwaltney, Hayden Rives. 87. 205. 416 

Gymnastics. 62. 63 



H 



Haak. Albert E.. 294 

Haase. Lrnda Lee. 328 

Haberstroh. Richard Harvey 

Hackett. Donald James. 182. 388 

Hagier. Karen Elizabeth, 96. 416 

Hairie. Ross Scott, 185, 370 

Haines, Victor Joseph, 328 

Hate, Earie Thomas. 305 

Hale, Jane Alison. 163. 370 

Hail. Christine Nathalie 

Hall. Detx>rah Anne, 206, 370 

Hall, Oeene Lynn. 99. 209, 370 

Hail. Evelyn Gay. 50. 370 

Hall, Gustav w , 280 

Hall, Ida ColQuitt. 205. 416 

Hall. Joseph Walton III 

Hall. Rchard Lee 

Hall, Sharon Kay. 206. 416 

Hall. Sherry Lynn. 212. 370 

Hall. Wendy Stuart. 206. 328 

Hall. 2oe Ann. 202. 222. 225. 388 

Hallberg, Rotiert ivan 

Hall'ssy Joanne, 215, 328 

Hallman, Brian Shepard, 179. 328 

Hallman, Ronald S., 305, 307 

Ham, Eugene Joseph 

Hamack, Keith Hartmorxi. 68. 145. 161. 164. 191. 

257. 328 
Haman. Sarah Armstrong 
Hamersen. Carol E.. 146, 206, 328 
Hamilton. Alfred David, 389 
Hamilton. Ann, 212. 328 
Hamilton, Elizabeth Ann. 67. 253. 416 
Hamilton. Margaret 
Hammack. SJi, 

HammorxJ, Craig C . 88. 191, 389 
Hampton, Robert Coieman. 328 
HafT^ton. Roberta Page. 85. 87. 206. 370 
Hancock. Robert V,. 245 
Haner, Sandra Kay 
Har>es, Orvla Jo. 228. 370 
Har>ey. Barry Lyman, 182. 251. 416 
Haney. Thorrias Euger*e. 305 
Hansen, James M<:hael, 261. 370 
Hansen. Lynn K . 416 
Hansen. Rchard Lester. 41 
Hanson, Bruce Alexander. 45. 416 
Hanson, Mane Renee. 209. 416 
Haop, Deborah Ann, 417 
Hartsert, John P . 265. 370 
Harcum. E Rae, 293 
Hardaway. James H . 1S4. 173. 389 
Harden. Alice Bruce, 67. 95. 141. 370 
Harding, Manan Carmel 
Harding. Mchael Stuart. 195. 245. 328 
Hardinge, Mary Radciiffe 
Hargis, William J., Jr . 301 
Harkrader. Nancy F . 208. 328 
Harmon. Srenda Ga-i, 328 
Hamsberger. Nancy Ann. 417 
Harowitz. Charles L . Jr . 237, 244, 417 
Hjrper, Charlotte M . 265. 370 
Harper, Gayle Cliton 
Harrell, Donald Bryan. 328 
Harries, Barbara Heiene. 213. 417 
Harris, Collier Caswell 
Harns, Julia Duval, 224, 416 
Harris, Robert Irvm, 416 
Harris. Sandra DIa, 329 
Harns, Susan Beth 
Harrison. Alan Rchard. 190 
Harnson. AJbertiS S , 113 
Harnson. Oortald Meo/m. 261 
Ha*-ri8on. Wayde. 68 
Harschutz. Perry K . 370 
t-ian. Michael Scott 
Hart. Roger Tererce 
Hartley. Alvenus Howlarxl. 187. 417 
Hartley. Jarmt Ann. 205, 417 
Hartman, Edward H9>m. 48. 389 
Hartman, Rot>ert F.. Jr . 397 
Hartwck. Douglas Alan. 417 
Harvell, Carol WarT>er. 213 
Harvetl. Ransom Lyrv\. Jr . 263. 370 
Harvey. ChnstODher. 60. 61. 389 
Harvey. ExSvtara Peyton. 193. 4 1 7 
Harvith. Stephen Alan. 389 
Harvwood. Gertrude Clash. 329 
Harwood. John. 148. 237 
Harwood. Robert Ira. 261 
Hass. Jorvi Henry. 237. 370 
Hastmss, Paul Gary 
Hatr«:ock. Karen Sue, 1&4. 211. 389 



Haubert. Douglas Jack. 417 

Hauck. N^cy Carol. 206. 329 

Hausman. William John. 389 

Haussermann. Caroline. 50 

Haven. Dexter Stearns 

Hawa. BizaC>eth M_. 147, 370 

Hawkins, Margaret Isley. 329 

Hawks, Kathleen B-. 212. 245. 389 

Hawthorr>e. Jeanne Renee 

Hawthorne, Randall S-, 261, 305 

Hayden, Gary Lynn. 389 

Hayden. Sharon Lyrvi. 96. 237. 389 

Haydon. Victoria Lucille. 205, 4 1 7 

Hayeck. Claude B.. 389 

Mayes. Harold Arthur III 

Hayes. Janet Elame. 208. 389 

Hayr^S. Mary AJce. 206. 417 

Hayr^s. Wanda Sue. 148. 224. 417 

Hazetton. Mary Helen. 370 

Hazlett. Brenda Cana*. 208. 329 

Meam. Thomas K.. Jr.. 237 

Hecht. Allan Spencer. 142. 389 

Hecht. Lyrm Bien. 215. 265. 370 

Hechtkopf. Eugene Alan. 305. 307 

Hechikopf. Mdiie Isaacs. 329 

Hedgepeth, Joyce Hogge 

Hedrck. Earl Allen 

Hee'nan. p warren 

Hege. Thomas Funer. 187. 233. 251. 417 

He>tbron. LOuiS A. 

He«Tien, John Ju»es. 233. 417 

Heissentxrttei. Dorothy j. 

Helfnch. Bart>ara Todd, 217. 417 

Helffch. Dorothy Dtv>e. 50. 87 

Heties. Edward Joseph. 45 

Metier. Joseph. 1 14 

Helms. Cheryl Anne. 216. 263. 370 

Hemmelgam, Gerald, h,. 175, 370 

Hemmer, Robert George 

HerTK>el, John Dale, 179. 250. 265. 389 

Hen. Jacob, Jr.. 390 

Herxlerson, EdmurxJ M., Jr.. 144. 231. 329 

MerxJersoo, Geoffrey Russeil, 417 

Henderson. Robert Alan. 193 

Heodefson, Rotjert Lynn, Jr . 417 

Hendncks. Wrtlam T.. 151. 329 

Henkel, Robert AiMson. 265. 390 

Hennel>erg. Daniel M.. 61. 141. 370 

Henrys. Cornelia Heide. 129. 202. 237. 245. 390 

Henrwssey. Kevm Francs. 45. 173 

Henmnger Renee G.. 370 

Henmnger. Robert Leroy. 107, 152. 163. 167. 329 

Henry. Barbara Martin, 212. 330 

Henry. Jean Williams. 213. 417 

Henry. Mavis Anne, 213. 417 

Henshaw, Susan Downing. 224, 250, 370 

Heosley. Dennis Clair. 304. 305. 307 

Hensley, Lcs Daine, 237 

Herb, Rotjert Chertes. 41 

Herbert, Charles Carrr>gton, 61. 175 

Hertjert. Hervy Edgar 

Hereford. Russell White. 192, 370 

He<-etck, Oonna Mana. 370 

Heritage. Joseph S . 186. 390 

Hem. Alee Hottjnysk, 200. 370 

Hemdon, Jesse M. III. 157. 248. 330 

Heroux. Bartiara E.. 390 

Herring. Frances. Lee. 160. 330 

Herrmann. Donakj J , 274, 298 

Hershr>er. Ror^ald Alan, 390 

Hertzler. Leslie Allen. 417 

Herzog, Noeiie 

Hespenheide. Karen Luise. 417 

Hess. Allen Rogers 

Hettermann. Mark Lee, 1 75. 245. 390 

HettwTger. Paul F.. 370 

Hewes. Dean Edward. 104 

Hewitt. PhytLs Rae. 245. 390 

Hiatt. James Howard. 252. 254. 263. 330 

Hiatt. Loretto Ann. 390 

HitJbert, David Fortjes, 14S. 370 

Hibbs. John. 45. 175 

Hit>b5. Rchard Jackson 

Hickcox. Joanrw B.. 200. 224. 390 

Hckey, Diarte Undsey, 154, 200. 224. 390 

Hckey. Jane Oean. 200. 417 

Hicks. Cynthia. SO. 51 

Hicks, Douglas Eugene, 417 

Hcks, Fredd-e JerorT>e, Jr, 

Hcks, Garland Bmo, 186. 390 

Hcks, James Ira. 254 

Hcks. Robert Wrfson, 175, 390 

Hwgel. Patncia Louise. 67. 370 

Hidobrand, Paul H. Jr. 152. 163. 179. 330 

H*der. Stuart Crosweii ii 

M*dreth. Robert Eorru^xJ. 390 

M*gert. L»xJa K.. 96. 108. 390 

H«l. Barry Pa«e. 4 1 7 

H*l. Corwve Ray. 63. 81. 390 

Hill. Btxabeth S.. 216. 370 

Hil. Marilyn Lois. 255. 330 

H4I. Martha Susan. 390 

H«l, PMary J90ri. 417 

H)i, Natai'O Payrw 

Hil. Trevor B 

HUman. D«v>d L.*w<s 

Hitorv Pamela. 212. 390 

Hvxler. OavK) Wytirv 182. 417 

Hrter. Laura Ann. 204 

Hnson, Helen Suzarvw 204 ??P 

Hr^son, Mary Btzabet' 

Hnton. Carol Mayer 

Mnton, Fre<9*nck Jarrw- ■ 

Mrsch. Stanley P*to*^in 30^ 

Htstory Dapartmant. 286 

Hitch«ns, George Rodney. 4 1 7 

HitL Arv^ Morton. 206. 331 



439 



MoObS, Gayle Marv.r\ 417 

Hobson. Gayie Bizabeth 

Motoaon, Robert E , 64. 65. 141, 191. 390 

Hockey. Women's. SO 

Hocr-imuth, Caro) SuSan. 123, 135 

Hockmon. Bruce William, 390 

Hodsel. Robert. 149. 244 

Modges. Elizabeth L . 288 

Hodges. S»>erry Laf>eiie 

HoOgSOn. Lynn Mornaon. 215. 370 

Hoer>er. Fred Kervieth. 68. 155. 223. 370 

Hoffmttn. David Vaugfvin 

Hoffman. E Lewis 

Hoffman. Leslie Martin. 265. 417 

Hoffman. Rchard Jotv>. 98. 186. 331 

Hoffman. Robert M 

Hogan. Benjamin Antt^ony, 417 

Hoggard. Charlotte Ann. 224, 245. 390 

Hogge. Laura Elvaiee 

Hogwood, ArxJrew Wilbum, 192. 370 

Hoiorooh. Bruce Claude, 390 

Moldren. Jom William, 98. 245 

Hollarxl, Oavid William, 41. 42 

Holland. N»rx:y Jane. 204. 370 

Hollander, Berry M , 304. 305. 307 

Holland 5worth, John Alan. 180. 370 

Holley. Larry Jackson 

Hdliday. Barry Wade 

Holhs. Martr\a Soaiding, 97. 216, 370 

Holloweti. Mary Booth, 95 

Hollowell, Thomas P . 307 

Holm. Thomas Alvin. 245. 253. 331 

Holmes. David L , 294 

Holmes, DoTMjId ArxJre. 178, 390 

Holrr^es, Frankie Ann. 417 

Holmes. Robert Alien. 88, 168. 331 

Holt. Danny C«rl. 181. 417 

Holt, Deborah Brown. 205. 4 1 7 

Holton, Stephen Downing. 192. 331 

Hoitzmuller Paul ElliOtt. 304, 305. 307 

Home Economics Department. 286 

Homecomkig, 18. 19. 122. 123. 124. 125. 134. 135 

Hor>efnan, Donald M. 

Horsey, Richard Norman 

HOIMORARIES. 150-167 

Honors. 277 

Hood, Charles Ray 

Hooker. Henry Lester III, 41. 175. 390 

Hooker. H Lester. 35 

Hooker. Patricia Mane 

Hooker, Ray Willard. 182, 256, 331 

Hoose, Frank J , 390 

Hoover, Gregory John, 179. 391 

Hopkins, Barbara Lynn, 204, 371 

Hopkins, Deborah Cook. 253. 391 

Hopkins, Hugh Caldwell 

Hopkins, Joseph Anthony. 182. 245. 331 

Hopkins. Martha Ethel, 149. 249. 391 

Hopkins. Suzanne May, 391 

Horr^. Thomas D . 304. 305 

Hornsby. Lois, 145 

Hornsby. Robert S., 145 

Horrom, MK;hael H., 391 

Horton. Gertrude Louise, 50. 51. 83. 87. 213, 224. 

417 
Hoskins. Donna Lynn. 216. 331 
Hoskms. Jacauetin Ann, 211. 371 
Houck. Richard Charles 
Houghland. Wright B 
Houl'ares. Cynthia Amelia. 417 
Mouse. Clyde V 
Householder. Lmda Petty 
Housei, William Edgar. Jr , 187, 233. 417 
Houston. Craig Oayton. 371 
Howard. Charles Sullivan, 417 
Howard. Goida S- 
Howard. Steve Laden, 36. 41. 258 
Howe. Margaret Leigh, 331 
How«ll. Gordon Price, Jr 
Howell. Robert LyrxJon, 331 
Hower. Deborah Bhs, 206. 391 
HowlanO. Paula Lynn, 200. 371 
Hoyer. DbvkJ Louis. 175. 391 
Hoyle, Henry Bobbitt. 158, 331 
Hubbard. Joseph Hardy 
Huber, Dav«3 Roger 
Huber, Jeanne Marie, 208, 245. 391 
l-*jbert Carrmgten. 45 
Hudak. Kathleen Mary, 204. 237. 391 
Huddleston, Joseph Hayes 
Mudgens. James Stephen, 391 
Hudson. David S 
Hudson. Gary Kent. 371 
Hudson. Karen Leigh. 224. 371 
Hudson. Ronald Larry. 98. 182. 331 
Hughes, Charles Ray. 45. 418 
Hughes, Dean. 159 
Hughes. William Mark. 371 
Hull. William Richard. 255. 265, 371 
Hulse, Nancy Louise. 167. 227. 237. 240, 244, 331 
Hume. Susan McCarty. 224. 418 
Humrrte. Pamela Tracy. 418 
HumrT>e. Patricia Lawry, 418 
HufTYTiel. Charlotte Harrison, 212, 418 
Hummel, Stanley 

Hunsberger, Karen Ann, 95. 107. 147, 212. 245. 391 
Hunt. Christopher Hyde, 265. 407 
Hunt. Martha Ann, 145. 231, 371 
Hunt. Robert Reed. Jf . 192, 245 
Hunt. Rotjert. 272 
Hunter, Barbara Jeanne. 163. 332 
Hunter, Forrest Tirrothy. ISO, 245, 261. 371 
Huntington. Jane Elvira. 217. 418 
Hurd. B«rt3aro Parrett. 251 
Hurley John Morgan. 45. 175. 418 
Hurst. Antony Thomas. ISO, 245. 371 
Husband. Jarr«s David, 172. 258. 371 



Hutchens, WiHiam 

Hutcherson. Freda Dale. 202, 391 

Hutchens. Rodney. 244 

Hutchings, Michael Balfour, 332 

Hutt. John Clifford, Jr 

Hyatt, Deborah Louise. 151 

Hyfton, George Ha'twell, 418 



larrobirx>, Arv^e Boumeuf, 123. 129. 135. 137. 213. 

418 
IPC Weekend. 1 19 
Use. Barry Eugene, 332 
Imhof, James Bernard 
Ingram, Geoffrey Jay 
Ingram, Robert B 
INDEX. 434, 435 
Insley, James S . 258, 304 
INTERESTS. 246-265 
Interfratemity CooncM, 170 
lntematK>nal Circle. 255 
Intor-Varsity Christian Fellowship. 141 
Intramurols. 14, 15, 88-93 
Investigaton. 109 
Ireland, Donr^a LarK. 200. 418 
irick. David Paul 
Ironrrxjnger. Michael H 
Irvin. Karen Anne. 224, 418 
Irvin. Robert Andrew. 1 55. 229. 265. 37 1 
Irwin, Sandra Lynne. 212. 332 
Isaacs. Stephen Allen, 84. 89. 180. 237, 245, 262. 

371 
Ito. Satoshi 
Ivey, Charles Rickerson. 184 



Jackson. Brenda Ann. 96. 418 

Jackson, Charles Edward, 38, 41. 42 

Jackson, George Amos, 45, 418 

Jackson, Jeremy C . 236 

Jackson. Maryanne Pratt 

Jackson. Steven Leon, 244. 332 

Jacobs, Larry Michael. 391 

Jacobs, Yetta Lee, 142, 151 159. 332 

Jacobsen. Kurt Lance. 391 

Jaeger. Betty Ann. 224. 391 

James, Barbara Michele. 213, 418 

James. Donald Glenn. 418 

James, E Ralph, 269 

James, Sally Leor^ard. 208, 332 

Jancaitis, Thomas M , 52, 53. 54, 56. 245 

Jarmon. Amy Louise, 206, 245, 253. 391 

Jarvis. Thorr^as Destry, 161, 186, 245. 257, 332 

Jasper, Thomas Dean, 177, 371 

Jeans, Marilyn Ruth. 97. 205, 418 

Jefferds. Charles Dennis. 244 

Jeffers. James David 

Jeffress, Vicki Jo, 200, 391 

Jeffries. Joseph Wesley 

Jemmott. John Franklin, 181 

Jerxlron, Robert Claude. 48. 182, 391 

Jenkins, David C , 283 

Jenkins, Frederick Parker 

Jenkins, Margaret Carey, 217. 418 

Jenkins, Michael F 

Jenkins, Thomas Edward 

Jenkins, Wanda Louise. 99. 202. 371 

Jenness. Muriel Whitlock 

Jennings, Bonme Brooks. 332 

Jennings, Frances Sara 

Jensen. Dudley M., 68. 274 

Jensen. George H 

Jensen. Jeffrey Madden, 189. 254 

Jensen. Paul E . 304 

Johnson. Barbara Ann, 147, 212, 244. 255. 332 

Johnson, Caria Lesa. 208, 371 

Johnson, Carsten Carl. 391 

Johnson. David Reid. 418 

Johnson, Eric Mitchell 

Johnson, Frederick Lowrarice 

Johnson. Gerald H , 285 

Johnson, Heroert A 

Johnson. John Eltis. 391 

Johnson, Joseph R , 302 

Johnson. Joy EJairw 

Johnson. Judy Ar»derson, 371 

Johnson. LOiS Winn. 200. 332 

Johnson. Ludvvell H 

Johnson. Lynn Mane. 371 

Johnson. Madolin P , 391 

Johnson. Marilyn Monroe, 213. 418 

Johnson. Nikki Ann. 371 

Johnson, Richard Scott. 418 

Johnson. Ronald Hugh. 98. 156. 391 

Johnson. Ruth Anne. 160, 206. 332 

Johnson, Sarah Lyie. 391 

Johnson. Susan Mary, 2O0, 418 

Johnson, Theodore Russell. 305 

Johnson. Thomas Piland. 45, 143. 265. 418 

Johnson, waldeen 

Johnso.>. Wilham Thomas 

JOhnstin. Richard Harris, 418 

Johnston, Ann Coleman. 418 

Johnston. Calvin R 

Johnston. John Curtis. 191. 391 

Johnston. Lewis Z , 41, 391 

Johnston. Lynn Errwry. 154. 200. 245. 392 

Johnston. Rot ert A . 272 

Johnston. RoF. ert Ale«arxJer. 174 



Jdls. Trwmas H , 302 

Jc^ly. Robert Charles, 179. 245. 392 

Jones, Bradley Keith 

Jones, Bruce Alan. 185, 260, 333 

Jones. Charles Pmckney. 63. 193. 418 

Jones. Christina Alpha, 217 418 

Jones. David H , 290 

Jones. Edward, 90. 256. 291 

Jones, Bizabeth Anrw. 263, 265. 371 

Jones. Blen Jane, 250. 371 

Jones. Emerson Philip. Jr. 

Jones. Frances Evelyn. 216. 245. 392 

Jones. Francis Alice. 217, 392 

Jones. Gary Ross. 418 

Jones. George Herman. 261. 307 

Jones, Gilbert C 

Jones, J Ward, 278 

Jones, Jere James, 141. 177. 237, 258. 371 

Jones, Judith Diane, 371 

Jones, Laura Walker 

Jones. Laurie Hutchings 

Jones. Lirida Irene. 418 

Jones. Margaret Anne 

Jones, Michael T 

Jones, Peter Jackson. 61. 177. 245. 392 

Jones. Richard Meredith 

Jones. Robert C. 298 

Jones. Robert Gray. 418 

Jones. Robert Joseph. 419 

Jones. Ruth Chester, 253. 41 1 

Jones. Suzanne Whitrrvare. 200, 419 

Jones, Thomas Warner, 249. 392 

Jones, Vivian Dianne. 148. 419 

Jones, W Melville, 270. 272 

Jones, Walter Perron. 195, 258. 371 

Jones. William Henry. 191. 392 

Jordan. Claudia 

Jordan. David E 

Jordan, David Richard 

Jordan. Janice Preston, 372 

Jordan. Leslie Temple. 46, 47 

Jordan. Linda Lee. 143, 211. 372 

Jordan. Margaret Myers 

Jordan, Nancy Mane, 333 

Jordan. Raymond Foster, 392 

Jordan. William Thomas. 305. 392 

Joseph. Edwin Bibb 

Joslin. Michael Dana. 419 

Joyce, Charles Decou m. 159, 392 

Joyce, John Michael. 247. 333 

Joyner, Chandler. H , 333 

Joyner, Nancy Jane. 20O, 419 

Judy. Helen Louise, 141, 151. 333 

JUNIORS. 362-383 



K 



Kaay. John Michael 

Kabana. Cheryl Gail 

Kahan, Alan Irvin. 98 

Kahte. William Keith 

Kahn, Robert Palmer, 304. 305 

Kain. Candace Marie 

Kalbfeli, John Joseph. 175, 372 

Kale, Waiter Franklm, 392 

Kalen. Linda Sue, 202, 333 

Kalk, Patrick Joseph, 186, 372 

Kallenbach. W William 

Kallos, Alexander. 152, 288 

Kane. John R 

KantrowiLz. Stan, 182. 419 

Kaplan Robert Richard, 185, 333 

Kappa Alpha, 172, 173 

Kappa Alpha Theta. 208. 209 

Kappa Delta. 210, 21 1 

Kappa Delta Pi. I60 

Kappa Kappa Gamma. 212. 213 

Kappa Sigma. 174, 175 

Kardis. Sherry Andra. 216. 245, 263. 372 

Karelitz. Richard Alan, 142. 392 

Karp. Allen Chafetz 

Kaskela. Valerie Anne. 210. 419 

Katz. Alan Gerald 

Katz. Edward, 281 

Kauffmann, James F , 392 

Kaufman. Rochelle V , 208. 333 

Kavanaugh, Timothy S. 

Kazebeer. Jack Dean II, 392 

Keagy. Roger Lowell, 372 

Keahey, John Massey, 419 

Kearney. Kathleen Lynn, 212. 243. 244. 372 

Keating, Bernard F . 141 

Keator. Philip John. 262. 333 

Keenan, Donna Leigh 

Kehrberg, Noetle Link. 67. 206. 419 

Keillor, Elizabeth R , 95, 372 

Keiser. Rosalind Curme 

Keiter. John Waverly. 164, 191. 235. 237, 309, 333 

Kellam. Edwin Clay, Jr , 88. 188, 372 

Kellam. Joe. 305 

Keller. Alpheus E., 188. 392 

Keller, Kathleen Elizabeth. 419 

Keller. Stephen Richard, 419 

Ketley, E Morgan. Jr . 288 

Kelley, John Hadden, 41 

Kelley. Joseph h . 306 

Kelly. Jarr»es S . 275 

Kelly. Joseph Grant. Jr . 182. 304. 419 

Kelly. Leroy Peter. 188, 258, 372 

Kelly. Robert Francis, 175, 333 

Kelly. Terrence Matthew 

Kemp. Robert Neal, Jr , 45, 175. 419 

Kemper, James Danford. 305 307 

Kenig. Patricia Anne. 231. 419 



Kerviard. Janis 

Kerviedy, Ar\n Carolyn 

Kerviedy. Gary A . 4 1 , 190 

Kennedy. Mary Celie. 67. 147, 210. 419 

Kennedy. Robert Senior, 168. 250 

Kennedy, Steven Ralph 

Kerv>ey, Jeremiah Joseph. 178. 179. 392 

Kent. Harry Mason. 52. 53. 54. 55. 192, 372 

Keppei. Kenneth George. Ml. 148. 265, 392 

Kergel. Karen Mary. 419 

Kernodle, R Wayrw, 294 

Kerns. Richard Chisholm, 419 

Kerns, Virginia Baker, 212. 249. 372 

Kerr, Kathleen. 204, 392 

Keschi, Julie Rose. 419 

Kestenbaum, Theida Mae. 250. 255. 334 

Key, Thomas Scott. 182, 419 

Keyes, Laura Catherine, 143, 255. 392 

Kibler, Jeffrey Wayne. 392 

Kidd, Bob. 144 

Kidd, Donna Lee, 419 

KiOd. Mary Elizabeth. 334 

Kidwell, Dons Wanda, 210. 419 

Kiefer. Richard L . 281 

Kiigore, Barbara Elizabeth, 373 

Kilgore, Dorothy Jean, 211, 334 

Kdian, Jon Jeffrey. 254. 419 

Killen. Edward H . Jr . 288 

Kilmartin. Tanith. 200. 334 

Kim. Sachol 

Kim. Sung Bok 

Kim, Taehee 

Kimball. Suzette May. 202. 419 

KirxJIey. Catherine Ann, 373 

Kindt. John Warren, 146, 419 

King. Adrian Paul. 53, 54, 56. 57. 392 

King. Algin B , 297 

King, Barbara Anne, 208. 334 

King, Karen Kathenne. 419 

King, Karen Lee. 392 

King, Kenneth A . 392 

King, Robert Edward 

King, Thoo^as Moore, 419 

Kinnaird, Barnngton West, Jr . 419 

Kinnamon, Charles Wilton. 419 

Kintner, Susan Brooks, 392 

Kintsfather. David P Jr.. 232. 252 

Kipps, Robert Lee. 392 

Kirkley, Joan Mane, 334 

Kirkpatrick, Richard W 

Kirkup. Alice Kay. 202. 245. 392 

Kirton. Guy Ackerroan. Jr . 46. 61. 419 

Klein, Edward John 

Klein, Frederick A.. 68. 69. 175. 245. 392 

Klemkowski. Virginia A,. 87. 95. 147, 154. 204. 245. 
392 

Khma. Rodney John, 195. 237. 245. 261. 373 

Klimczak. Matthew W,. 41 

Kline. Phyllis Ann. 244. 250. 334 

Kling, John Nicholas 

Kling, Wiley Banning, 186. 373 

Klotz. Kathleen Lynne. 201, 392 

Knapp, Susan Joann, 419 

Knaupp. Kathryn Kishbauch. 334 

Knaupp, Robert Woodrow, 188. 261, 334 

Knez. Vera Anne. 373 

Knight. Carol Ann. 211, 334 

Knight. Jeffrey Engel. 419 

Knight. Malcolm Newberry 

Knight. Richard Erme. 41. 334 

Knodt, Kenneth S . 283 

Knoll. Stephen Gibson 

Knopp. Susan Gayle. 419 

Knott. Judy Lane, 201. 253. 334 

Knon. Esther Louise 

Knox. Richard Douglas. Jr.. 419 

Knudsen, James C 

Koch. Marilyn Louise, 212. 373 

Koch Virginia Lee. 419 

Koehler. Carolyn Jean, 149, 215. 334 

Koenig. David Allen. 194. 224. 419 

Kohler James Andrew. 392 

KohllTagen, David Alan 

Kohlhagen. Steven Werner. 334 

Koman. John Vaness 

Komar. David Lawrence. 419 

Korczowski. Michele. 419 

Kornwolf. James David. 284 

Korte, Don Walker. Jr , 191. 334 

Korty. Frederick W , 98. 144. 158. 162. 335 

Kossoff, Minnda Jean. 143. 208, 373 

Kotandes. Sandra Kay. 96. 419 

Kramer. Charlene, 216. 244, 373 

Krempasky. Richard W . 258. 373 

Kreulen. Martha Ann. 217. 392 

Kreutz. Arttxjr Raymor>d 

Kriete. Margaret Chewning. 202. 392 

Kris. Michael Edward 

Kron. Marilyn May. 155. 163. 208, 233, 335 

Krone. Judith Lee. 151. 255. 262, 264. 335 

Krone, Pamela Deane 

Krug. Robyn Irene. 50. 51. 206, 392 

Kruger. Carol Ann 

Krupa, Cheryl Jan. 99. 209. 392 

Kuepper. Stephen LouiS. 187 

Kuhlman, John Blair, 96 

Kuiken, Garry Henry. 154. 392 

Kulesz, James John. 392 

Kurtin, Jonathan Seth 

Kurtz. Alexander I , 288 

Kurtz. Jeanne Godolphin 

Kurtz, Sharon Virginia. 392 

Kurtz, Stephen G 

Kutner. Michael H 

Kuypers, John C 

KyrrMTtell, Anne Willem. 392 



La Croix, Mark Gannon, 392 

Uabanick, George Michael. 419 

Labell, Gregory Lance. 255, 262. 264, 392 

Latx>nte, Laura Ann. 216, 393 

Labnoia. Albert C . 283 

Lachance, Will>am Ernest 

Lacrosse. Men's. 74 

Lacrosse. Wofnen's. 15 

Lacy, Linda Elizabeth. 212. 335 

Lada, James Gi'mer. Jr , 41 

Lafalce. Thomas Joseph. 41 

Laikind. Kent Alexander, 393 

Lamb. David Louis 

Lambert. Lorraine Carol. 420 

Lambert, J Wilfred, 235. 273 

Lambda Chi Alpha. 176. 177 

Lambey. David Owen, 191. 393 

Lamm. Brian David. 179. 335 

LarrKXit. Mary Kathryn. 237, 420 

Larx:ashire, Stephen, 245. 247 

Lane, Carol Sue 

Lane. Denis Kennedy, 254, 335 

l_ang, Elizabeth Ewing 

Lang, Patrick Russell 

Lange. Bruce Randolph. 305 

Langhorst. Ga-I Ann, 206. 335 

Lanier. Beth, 200, 420 

Lankford. Paul GarKly. 248. 335 

Lanzer, Barbara G . 393 

Larttore, Bizatseth W , 335 

Larrck, Mary Ga.i, 420 

Larson, James Dexter 

Larson, Karen Margaret 

Larson. Karin Lou, 146, 153, 155, 166, 201, 225, 

254, 335 
i_ato, Edward Matthew 
Lattu, Alison White 
Lauter. Rotjert William. 185, 336 
Lautnjp, Diane Helen 
Lavach, John F , 298. 299 
Lav.n, James D , 288 
LAW REVIEW. 305 
LAW STUDENTS. 306. 307 
LawaM, Carol Ann, 149, 216, 393 
Lawhorne. Carolyn F,. 129. 132. 202. 224. 336 
Lawrerx:e. James O. 
Lawrer>ce. James M Jr . 336 
Lawrence. Steven Porter. 48. 420 
Lawrence. Sydney H 
Lawrence. Wyatt E , 393 
Laws, Rebecca Ann 
Lawson. R(chard Cooper. 191. 336 
LayCOCk. Jimmye M , 38, 41. 175. 256. 373 
Laycock, John Nunr%ally. 68, 393 
Layne, Christopher, 63, 185, 393 
Layson, Martha Jordon 
Lazanas, Dawn, 298 
Lazarus, Jeremy Myles, 237. 381 
Leadbeater, Lewis w . 159 
Learoer, Diana Mae, 98, 245, 393 
Leary. Samantha Martin 
Leary, William H 
Lease. Roger Arrxjld. 307 
Leback. Warren Thomas, 393 
Ledt>etter. Jane Ann, 141, 21 1. 373 
Lee, Barbara Ann. 206, 373 
Lee, Donald Erie, 305 
Lee, George Rotiert. 336 
Lee. James Roger, 80. 248. 373 
Lee, Linda Suzanne. 420 
Lee, Ronald Edwin. 188. 258, 336 

Leech, Michael Kirk 

Leeming, Judith, 213, 373 

Lees. Peter St John. 420 

LeftwKih, James Stephen, 420 

Legertoo, Winifred R , 222. 223. 225, 393 

Legner, Gary Edward. 305. 307 

Lehigh, John M.lton, 250. 336 

Leichtman. Harry MacGregor. 190 

LeKJy, Joan Garner, 253. 336 

Leightley, Lflwrerx:e Thomas, 254, 420 

Leipertz. Linda Susan, 213. 420 

Leisentritt, Madeline Louise 

Leitch. Anne Taylor. 202. 420 

Lemon. David L . 393 

Lemon. Julia Rebecca, 393 

Lemper, Den, 304 

Lendvey, Sosan Andrea 

Leoboid. Charles F . 179. 393 

Leonard, Melanie R , 147. 201, 336 

Leonard, Sharon Lynn. 373 

Leprell, James Jay, 182, 373 

Lereche. Margaret Ann, 87, 141t393 

Lerohl, John Kenneth, 194 

Lerohl. Karen Dodd, 420 

Letcher, Robert Lee 

Levy, David Lawrerx:e, 154 

Levy. Marvin. 37. 43 

Lewcki. Rodney Davis. 41. 188. 393 

Lewis. David r«Jorman, 233. 393 

Lewis. Detxirah Suzanr^e. 202. 420 

Lewis. George R , 245 

Lewis, Joseph Mark, 228 

Lewis, Leslie Earl 

Lewis, Peyton Gentile, 420 

Lewis. Robert Banks. 191. 373 

Lewis. Thomas Randolph. 305 

Lewis. Virginia Gail. 204, 373 

Lewis. Wanda Eiizat>eth, 336 

Libby. Ross Edward. 420 

LitJby. Walter Stokes. Jr. 

Litxjon. Bruce Jennings 

Liddle. Scott Rar>dall. 161. 259 



Lider. Bruce Wagner, 181. 237 

Lieb. Michael J , 283 

Liedlka, Theresa Mary 

Lien, Julianne Sanders 

Light. Terry Bamum, 304, 305 

Ligvon, Victor A , 294 

LiHard, Gayie Hamilton. 393 

Lilly, Lawrence P , 141 

Lindler. Albert Walton, 149 

Lindsay. Clifford Fry 

Lindsay, Elizabeth Lovie. 420 

Lindsay. Hannah Margaret, 96 

Lmeweaver, David Ross. 393 

Linkenauger. Mont 

Linn. Chris Scott 

Li nn. Pamela Sue 

Lipka. Lawrence Joseph 

Lipsey, Christopher. 160. 248. 260. 336 

Littell, Robert Waiter 

LittJejohn, Altiert C , Jr . 155. 232. 336 

Littleton, James Warren. Jr , 420 

Livingston. James C . 146. 294 

Uoyd. John B , Jr 

Lotsenhofer. Louis Fred. 104, 420 

Loboudger. Lani Christine. 209, 420 

Lock, George Arbuthrxst, 263. 420 

Lockard, Thomas Wayne, 262, 337 

Lodge, Thomas Scott. Jr , 98. 393 

Loeffler, John Vincent 

Loetterle. Susan Mary. 211. 393 

Lof, Laury Temple 

Lohr, Steven Randolph. 393 

Lonce, Donna Worsham 

Londergan, Kathleen. 50, 51, 87 

London, Judith Wally, 209. 393 

Lonergan. Nancy Eileen, 373 

Long, Bruce Bartier, 248, 259. 337 

Long. Gail Porter, 420 

Long, John H , 292 

Long, Mary Shannon 

Long, Nancy ONeil, 337 

Long, Raymond Bruce, 161, 307 

Long, William Ivey, 45, 231. 237. 252. 253. 304. 337 

Longacre. Bartiara Williams, 206. 373 

Lookabill, Royce G , 262, 337 

Looney. E Leon. 274 

Lord, David Arthur, 420 

Lorenzo, Patricia Meyer 

Lorenzo. Ralph Louis, Jr, 

Lott, Edrie. 295 

Lott. George E . Jr 

Lotz. Lynda Lou. 95. 206. 243. 244. 373 

Lotz. William John, 237, 393 

Louer. Al, 155 

Louis. Suzanne, 224. 393 

Love. Clark Gilmore. 224, 393 

Loveioy. Marsha Anne 

Lovelace, Susan Lee. 50, 214. 394 

Lovell, Mary Woodward. 394 

Lowe. James Madison, 307 

Lowe. Mary Frances. 265. 420 

Lowe. William Curtis, 186, 337 

Lowman. Rot>ert Anthony, 304. 305. 307 

Lowry, Henry Carter. 195, 394 

Lowry. John Charles 

Lowry, Nancy Feil 

Lowry, Rotjert Edward, 420 

Lubeley, Michael David, 191, 337 

Lucas, Diane Elizabeth, 129, 159, 208, 337 

Lucas, George R , 179, 394 

Lucas, Kathy Margaret. 144, 394 

Luccketti. Nicholas M , 394 

Luckey. Diane, 151, 162. 204. 337 

Ludford. Geoffrey W,, 188. 253, 373 

Lund, Jeffrey Thor, 37. 41, 172, 337 

Lundquist. Nancy Claire. 104, 159. 204. 394 

Lundy. James Donald. 187, 420 

Lunsford. Irving C HI. 194, 244. 373 

Luther, Kenneth Marshal, 337 

Luttteran Student Associatiort. 146 

Luzins. Juris. 46. 60. 61. 337 

Lyddan. Melissa Pat. 394 

Lyden. Robert Jarr»es 

Lyrx:h. Diane Chnstine. 305 

Lynch. Jemes Brian 

Lynn, Bambi Branham, 212, 338 

Lyon, David Allen IV. 254. 338 

Lyon G. Tyl«r Historical Society, 254 

LytwaK. Edward Phihp. Jr.. 190, 420 



M 



Matwy, Barbara Christine, 420 

MacCerthy. Roger Kevin 

MacCubbin, Robert. 283 

MacDonald, Frank A,, 290 

MacOonald, Martha G. 

MacFarlan. DiZoCwth Joyries. 67. 202 

MacGregor. AJe»»nder P., Jr.. 78. 158 

MacGregor. Katherino M . 278 

Maclntyro, Mary Susar^, 203. 244. 373 

Maclntyre. William G- 

Mack. Gerald Cola 

Mackey. Sara Lee. 338 

Mac Lane. Henry Earl. 290 

MacLean. William Gordon, 161. 192, 245, 259, 338 

MecNomar. Dunt>ar Lyles. 179, 237. 245. 256, 373 

MacPhee, Zoe Anrte. 420 

MacQuaan. John T 

Madden. Joanrw, 2L3, 224, 237. 420 

MadOocks. Knstina Edeen 

Madison, Alan Wayr>o. 338 

Maeder, Susanna Ruth 

Magner. William James. 194 



Maguigan, Timothy S., 94. 185 

Ma her. Kathleen Teresa 

Maher. Mary Anne, 420 

Maier, Stephen Herbert. 41, 338 

Maiers, Sharon, 206, 394 

Matr>or, Tom. 149 

Majka, Theophile Joseph. 182. 338 

Majorettes, 99 

Majors. Stanley Eugene, 247, 265, 373 

MaKowiecki, Donald S 

Mallinson. Mmme Hamilton 

Mallory, Laurence B 

Mallory. Susan Anne. 147. 204. 339 

Mallus. Alexar>dra, 206, 373 

Maloney, Jane Frances, 373 

Maloney. Stephen R 

Malpass. Peter Gordon, 167, 256, 420 

Manack. Christopher 

Mangum. Charlotte P 

Mann, Jeffrey Moran. 41, 172, 394 

Manna, Ralph Eugene, 107 

Manning, Charles Nelms, 180, 394 

Manross, Delbert Neal, Jr . 420 

Mansfield. Pamela Jane. 420 

Mapp. George Richard IV. 420 

Mapp. Mary Lucie. 201. 237. 339 

Mapp. Nancy Louise. 339 

Mapp. Stephen Richard. 420 

Maraman. Charlotte Ruth 

March. Judith Hamlin. 213. 420 

March, Richard Alan. 420 

Marcuson, Samuel Walton, 420 

Marden, James Bradford 

Margolis, Stephen Barry. 420 

Marine Science, 300. 301 

Marion, Fred Blakely, Jr.. 373 

Markowitz. Carl Stephen 

Marks, Tirriothy Michael. 421 

Marquart, Dianne Sue, 421 

Marrs. Ann Hathaway, 421 

Marsh, Charles F . 297 

Marsh. Linda Louise, 421 

Marsh, Linda Ruth, 203. 339 

Marshall, Anne Griffin 

Marshall, Beverley W , 251, 254. 261, 339 

Marshall, Charles Thomas 

Marshall, Douglas John. 421 

Marshall, Glenn Allen, 250. 261 

Marshall, Joyce Adele 
MarshalkWythe School of Law. 302 

Martel. S Luke, 162, 288 

Martin, Arthur R . Jr . 254, 339 

Martin, Ben L. 

Martin, Carolyn Rea 

Martin, Dennis Joseph, 394 

Martin. Edward Allen. 163. 193. 339 

Martin. Edward McCauley 

Martin. Judith Lacy, 206. 421 

Martin, Margaret, 394 

Martin, William Henry. 394 

Martins, Gail Ann, 206, 224. 421 

Marvin, Everett D III, 161, 165, 182. 235. 238, 241, 
261, 336, 337, 339 

Marvin, Grace Mane. 421 

Mason, Claire Louise, 208, 339 

Mason, Jane Carolyn, 154, 394 

Mason, Judson Philip, 64, 189. 339 

Mason, Kenneth M , Jr 

Mason, Maryanne, 255 

Mason, Walter G , 269 

Massey, Thomas Jerome, 149. 245, 339 

Massie, Barbara R . 154. 208. 245. 394 

Masters, Mary Elizabeth, 204. 339 

Mathematics Department. 287 

Mathe, Rot>ert E 

Mathes, Martin C , 280 

Mathiesen, Mark John, 98, 254, 421 

Matter. Mildred 

Matish. John. 188. 340 

Matson. William Lee 

Matthews. Charles Kiilgore 

Matthews. John R , Jr . 282 

Mauck. Qlen Douglas, 206, 340 

Mausteller, Eugenia R 

Maxfieid. Russell A,, 260 

Maxwell. Patricia Sisty 

May. Elaine Louise. 217. 421 

May. James Terrell. 1 70. 245. 340 

Mayer, Billie Jo. 373 

Mayer, Haldane Robert. 305 

Mayes, Joseph Ray. 186, 245, 373 

Mayhew. Tommy Dale. 181, 373 

Mays, Harriet Elizat>eth. 201. 245 

Mays. James Meredith, Jr . 394 

Mays, Sarah D. 216. 245 

Maza, Silvia Esther. 421 

McAllister, Robin Lynn 

McAllister, William D, 394 

McArthur, Giltiert H, 

McArthur, John Mark, 394 

McCabe, Mary Aitce 

McCall. Geraldir^e Mary. 147. 421 

McCall. Robert David. 107 

McCarv^ell, Rot^ert Jay, 195. 394 

McCarroti, Rot>ert Stacy, 224, 340 

McCartha. Can W.. 298 

McCary, Bon C.. 288 

McCaui. Mary Bizabath. 206. 421 

McCauley. Ctoytxim l 

McClurkin. Mettah Lac 

McCcy^key, Donald L , 104. 159, 294 

McCoonaughay, David Robart 

McConnel. Jame» Patrick 

hteCor>nall. Dervtis DavO. 373 

tJicConnmtl. John Oa<ws. 421 

McCord. Jama* N , Jr , 254 

McCormack. Meurean Patricia. 373 



McCoy. Donald Camptjeli, Jr . 421 

McCulley. Cecil M., 235. 283 

McCully. Bruce T 

McDermott, James Denms. 45 

McDonald, Thomas Joseph. 394 

McOougai. Helen c 

McDuffie. James Henry. 46. 261, 373 

McEvoy, Scott Bonzer. 48 

McGeeney, Monica, 255 

McGehee, Lesley H , 204, 395 

McGinnis. Steven Arthur, 58. 421 

McGIOtniin. Dor^ald A , Jr , 195, 245. 373 

McGIOthlin. Mary Louise. 143, 421 

McGowan, Susan Jean, 203. 395 

McGuire. Gay Bizatieth, 395 

McGuire. Martha H . 212. 255. 340 

McGurk. Joe(. 273 

Mclndoe, Linda Mae. 158. 160. 212, 340 

Mclnnis. Shelley Oame. 421 

Mclntyre, Joseph Michael. 421 

McKann. Randolph Smith 

McKay. Teresa Lynn. 373 

McKay. Virginia Ahce. 95. 205. 421 

McKee. Patricia Heiene. 422 

McKelway. Benjamin M . 228. 263. 265. 395 

McKenna, Virgil V 

McKenzie, Mary Bruce. 95, 204. 395 

McKreman, David Oeglan. 81 

McKinron, Bill Hull, 41, 172. 340 

McKnight. Betty Nunn, 153 

McKn.ght. John L. 

McLane. Henry Earl 

McLauchlan. William Grant 

McLaughlin. Rotjert E , Jr.. 41. 172. 261, 340 

McLawhon. Gaii. 129. 202. 422 

McLean. James Lankford. 98. 422 

McLean. Robert Blanton. 143. 373 

McLellon, Janet W,. 201, 373 

McLerrxjre, Jarr^es L , 305 

McLennan. Bruce Andrew. 58. 59. 422 

McLennan. Peter Nelson. 250. 373 

McLennan, Scott C , 52. 53. 55, 56 

McLeod. Nora Lynn 

McMahon, Janet Oame. 395 

McManuS, Edward 

Mc Master, Peggy Brown 

McMillan. John Edward, 187. 395 

McNairy. William G,, 297 

McNeel, David Bhs, 422 

McNichol. John Creelll 

Mcpherson. John Charles, 81. 177. 254. 257 

McPherson, Margaret Ann, 305 

McPherson. Tirrwthy C , 340 

McQueen. Stave. 129 

McSmith, Suzanne Wood 

McTighe, James Joseph, 68, 69, 181. 395 

Meade, Edwin Danus, Jr . 177 

Meador. Joyce wmifred. 157. 253 

Medaris. Margaret Addams. 266 

MEDIA. 220-233 

Medvin. Joel Daniel. 265, 374 

Meeteer. Wesley Robert, 36. 39. 40. 41. 42. 124 

Meglitsch, Nancy Lee 

Mehnng, Walter Henry. 163. 340 

Meinir^ger, Alyson Lee. 422 

Melamed, Jacob Isaac. 422 

Melchor, James Rogers 

Melvin. William S 

Mer>aker, Lawrerx:e James. 186. 395 

Mengebier, Cleha M,, 163 

Menke, Cheryl Ann, 95, 422 

Men's Dormitory Council, 242 

Men's Hor>or Cour>ctl. 244 

Mense, Michael Ar>drew. 245 

Mentzer. Monika Toepel 

Meredith, Antionette Swanson 

Meonottes. 195 

Mernck, William G,. 177. 395 

Metcalf. Walter Bradford III. 340 

Metzger, Dorvia Susan. 205. 422 

Metzger. John Hayes, 193. 422 

Meyer, Margaret Kathryn, 245, 395 

Meyerer, Thomas Harder 

Meyerson, Stuart James. 191 

Michael. Howell Houston, 46. 47, 60. 61. 96. 194 

Michalec, Eugene Travis. 185. 395 

Michalek, Thomas Edward, 374 

Micholet, Margaret Ann. 129. 133. 217. 422 

Mcken. Patrick h , 104. 294 

Middaugh. Jack Kendall. 395 

WKlk.ff Charles Franklm, 258. 304, 305 

Midsummer Might's Oraam, 1 14 

Midwtnters. 126. 127. 239 

Miessler, Kendra Jean 

Miles, Ann Curtis, 422 

Miles, David S . 304. 305 

Miles. Jirrvnie Ttiad 

Miles, Margaret Loo. 206, 239. 422 

Military Science Daoartmant. 288 

Millard. Michael K . 92. 192. 245, 26t. 374 

Miller, Ann Sheldon, 212. 341 

Miller, Arttiur S.. HI, 89, 92. 191. 341 

Miller. Bartiara Richardson. 374 

Miller, Can Kiauder E . jr , 341 

Mriler. Carol Lynn 

Miller. OovKi Lee. 44, 45, 175. 422 

Milter. Dtane Lea. 201. 374 

Milter. Dor^atd EdWMi. 194 

Mriler. George WakM. 395 

Milter, Gregory M 

Miller, Jamea Lamar, Jr 

Milter. Jamaa Robert. 1 72, 395 

Miller, Jean Saim. 204, 395 

Miltor. Laurence Karvwth. 422 

Mriler. Lawrence A 

M«ler. Lyon. 341 

Mriler. Rchard WWIiam, ISO. 341 



441 



Mrtler. Rotjert F„ 96. 157 

Miller, Stephen Couch 

N^iiier. Steven Max. 41. 422 

Miller, Sue Fletcher, 157. 253. 341 

Miller. Susan Avenll. 201, 206. 341 

Wilier. Suzanne MarKill 

MiHer, Teresa Ann. 423 

Miller, TTielrrve. 287 

Miller, Thomas Irv.n. 224, 248, 253. 263. 341 

Mitler. Virginia Ann, 21 1. 39b 

MiHette, Leroy Francs, 181, 395 

Millikin, Kotherine Brenner 

Milts. Esther a , 296 

Milne. Phyllis Moore 

Mirrvns, Lirtda Lee 

Mims, Mary Catherir>e, 85, 395 

MinnicK, Mary Ann 

Minton. Evelin 

Minton. Steohon Ray. 178, 233. 374 

Mirmelstein, Frederick Rotjert. 254, 423 

MISS William and Mary, 130133 

Mitchell, Frances E , 206. 374 

Mitchell, JacQuelin S , 21 1. 255. 341 

Mitchell, John Howard. 187. 423 

Mitchell, Mary Elizabeth. 209. 423 

Mitchell, Stephen Harrison. 143. 395 

Mitchell, Thoftvis Joel. 141. 374 

Mitchell, Warren E . 53. 54 

Mitts, Gordon Murray, 395 

PVloberly, Kevin Ross, 423 

Modem Languaae* Department. 286 

Moffltt, Gordon John 

Moffitt. Susan E . 262. 341 

Mohs. Richard Charles 

Moiaoo. Loois Frederick 

Molloy. Willyjm T 

Monacell. Louis R., 154. 195. 245. 395 

Monahan, Mchael Joseph. 341 

Monahan. Patncia Ann, 374 

Mooco*. Susan Ann 

Moncure. Frank Oaniel. 250. 374 

Monday, William Dale, Jr . 189. 425 

Monk, Mary Josephine. 204, 374 

Montague, Dorothy L. 

Montgomery, Susan Wood. 96. 423 

Montgomery. William H., 262, 341 

Moon, Stephen Hugh 

Moore, Amy Emerson, 342 

Moore, Anne Houghton, 216. 263. 374 

Moore, Carol Jean. 423 

Moore, Darryl F . 180, 395 

Moore, Dor\ald Wayne, 179 

Moore, BizatJeth Eaton 

Moore. Eviyn Baily. 374 

Moore, Frances E , 374 

Moore, John A , 288 

Moore, John Noell, 342 

Moore, Kenneth Wayne. 258, 374 

Moore, Linda Jane, 395 

Moore, Mary Martha. 423 

Moore, Michael Brown, 260, 342 

Moore. Narx:y Anne, 50 

Moore. Richard Edward, 189, 374 

Moore, Stephen Fenner, 98, 188. 396 

Moore, Susan Jeannette, 201. 342 

Moore. Susan Poyrwr 

Moore. Virginia Dale. 237. 423 

Moore. William T P , Jr 

Moore. William H . 264. 342 

Moorehead, Harold III, 46, 177, 245, 396 

Moot Court. 303 

Morden, Mary Louise, 153. 166. 216. 342, 396 

Morden, Robert Seale, 180 

Morecock, John Alt>ert, 180, 396 

Moreiro, John Thomas. 104, 159. 265, 374 

Moretz, John Morns. 45. 173, 423 

Morgan, Edward Mason, 147, 178, 423 

Morgan. Franklyn Capelle 

Morgan, John, 195. 396 

Morgan, Louise DaDr>ey 

Morgan, Merceila Anne, 96. 98, 216. 396 

Morgan, Thomas Elder, 180, 245. 342 

Moriarty. Barbara Wayne, 208, 342 

Morley. Paul M , 304, 305. 307 

Morrell, Judith. 296 

Morris, AletJiia A , 342 

Morns. Ann Gretchen, 87, 201, 212, 374 

Morns, Barbara Ann. 423 

Morris. John Franklin 

Morns. Jon Willard 

Morns, Joyce Ann, 342 

Morns. Joyce Gayle. 203. 396 

Morns. Mary Cassandra. 249. 342 

Morns, Peggy Anne, 154, 396 

Morris, Rchard E . 177, 374 

Morris, Robert Franklin, 62, 63, 191. 342 

Morris, William David 

Morns, William Owight, 162, 343 

Morns. William H , Jr„ 61 

Morrison. Brian Arthur 

Morrison, Fred Kennedy, 30S 

Mornson, Jeannine Dorothy, 233, 255. 396 

Mortar Board. 153 

Morton, Rchard Alan, 41. 173, 374 

Morton, Terry Alan, 39. 40. 41. 172. 343 

Moseley, Carolyn L . 273 

Moseley. Elizabeth Hart, 206. 374 

Moseley, Eppa Mason, 237, 423 

Moses. John ShuBter, 192. 374 

Moss, Hertjert G m, 423 

Moss, w Warner 

Mountjoy, Deborah Kay 

Mowen, Jotvi C»lvin II, 162. 259. 343 

Moyer. Keith McCune, 143, 146, 187. 423 

Mueller, Thomas Frederick. 147, 423 

Muench, Jean Alice, 149, 151. 156, 162. 343 

Mull. Alice Wright 



Mullin. Lynnann Marie. 237. 240. 423 

MufTipower, Jeryl Lynn, 179, 396 

Munsey, William R . 141, 154. 396 

Murphy, Brian David. 396 

Murphy, Don Courtney 

Murphy, Gardner Wayne 

Murphy, Lyrxla Ann, 87, 216, 224. 244. 374 

Murray. Allan Dale. 152. 161. 166, 191. 235. 241. 

242. 259. 343 
Murray, Dwight W , 343 
Muse, Jane Rita, 67, 209. 224. 423 
Musser, Catherine Dobie, 423 
Mustain, William Deuel, 96, 180. 396 
Myers, Robert Bruce. 143. 374 
Mynst>erge. Kathleen Mane 



N 



Nachman, Henry Dudley, 162. 254. 257, 343 

Nadel. Leslie Donr^a. 216, 224, 374 

Nance. George Lawrence. 165. 182, 183, 179, 245, 

256. 344 
Nance, Gerald N , 179, 344 
Nangle, Richard E . 46, 61, 141, 258, 374 
Napier, Sandra Fay, 202. 423 
Nauman, Judy Grace. 203, 396 
Nay, Robert Frederick. 185. 396 
Neal, Mane Payne. 423 
Neall, Jackson. Jr , 45. 189 
Neblett. Ronald, 188, 247, 344 
Necsary, Judith Ann, 162. 344 

Neeley. Kenneth Robert, 98, 141, 148, 265. 396 
Neff, Alice Sharon, 202. 423 
Neff. Jane Leitch. 204, 374 
Neff. Linda May 
Neff, Rebecca Lynn. 216. 396 
Neiman. Fraser, 283 
Nejfelt, James Thaddeus 

Nelms, Ann Scott, 122, 135. 167. 203. 244. 344 
Nelson, Carl Lawrence. 245 
Nelson, Frances 
Nelson, Linda Lee. 423 
Nelson, Michael Charles, 245 
Nelson, Nancy Kathenne. 423 
Nelson, Robert O , 298 
Nemeth, Helen Lynn 
Nessler, Craig Lee 
Nettles, Eisa 

Nettles. Frances Laurel, 423 

Netzley. Katheen Susan. 98. 212. 244. 263, 374 
Newcomer, Judy Anne. 212, 245, 396 
Newell, Patricia Anne, 423 
Newell, Robert Yates IV, 73. 374 
Newman Club. 147 

Newman, Gary George. 41. 43, 187. 258. 374 
Newman, George Samuel, 304, 305 
Newman, James Austin, 175, 344 
Newman, Mary Ellen. 107, 163, 211. 344 
Newman, Rchard K , 284 
Newsom, James Woodward, 158, 163, 224, 237, 245, 

248, 314 
Newsome- Robert B , 252, 396 
Newton, Blake T , Jr . 249 
Newton, Edward C , Jr 
Newton, William Judson, 344 
Nicholas, John Richards, 344 
Nichols, Maynard M 
Nchols. Robert Carr 

NK:holson, Dee Ann, 67, 149. 245. 396 
Nickerson, Sarah Kathleen, 423 
Ncolaisen, John Hanson, 396 
Nielsen, Christine M 
Nienstedt, Carl William III. 423 
Niles, Bruce Arthur, 195, 396 
Ninmger, Jenny E . 158, 344 
Nittoli, Virginia Anne. 95. 147, 216. 263, 374 
N.K, James Henry. 191, 396 
Nixon. Richard M.. 26. 27, 1 1 1. 264 
Noland, Susan C. 
Nold, Ethel Isabella 
Norako, Vincent W. 46, 61, 396 
Norcross, John J 

Norman, John Lawrence. Jr . 107, 148, 258 
Norman, Russell P , 243 
Norment, T>X)mas Kent, Jr. 
North, Lindsey Jean, 209, 285, 396 
North, Phillip Jeffrey, 423 
North, Robert Walter. 237. 250. 397 
Northen. Rot>ert Francis 
Norton, Frances Manan. 423 
Nowell, Joseph Kenneth 
Nuckols. Michael Aubrey. 155. 186, 232, 233. 253, 

344 
Nuernberg, Sally Grace, 98, 233. 423 
Nugent, John C . 254, 374 
Nugent. Thomas Patrick, 61. 344 
Nunn, Verron, 274 
Nyikita, George Nicholas, 161. 423 
Nyland. Bruce R. 



Oakes. Martin James. 250, 252. 397 

Oakley, Robert D 

Oatfield, Witham John, 423 

Oatman, Peggy Ellen. 210. 423 

O'Berg, Kathleen Paula, 423 

O'Bregon, Maria Magdaler^a, 99. 423 

O'Bnen, James Joseph, 82, 195. 245. 397 

OBryan, Vincent Neal, 255 

OCallaghan. Cynthia A , 95, 154, 212. 39/ 



Ockerman, Louanne, 206. 423 
O'Connor. Francis A, 
O'Dell. Jane Batx:ocK, 206, 397 
O'Dell. Thomas William, 41 
O'Denath, Nancy Jean 
Oey. Mayling. 255 
Offutt. William Ernest 111, 397 
0"Flaherty. Kathleen L , 374 
Ohisson, Neil Lawrerxre, 423 
Oliver. Daniel Middleton, 423 
Oliver, Donald Duane. 61. 190. 424 
Oliver, John Edward. 424 
OIney, Donne Jo, 95. 203. 245. 397 
OIney. John Edward 
Osen, Christoph John. 195, 397 
Olson. Dean, 155. 274 
OmlcrDn CMta Kappa. 152 
Onderdonk, James C . 188, 345 
Orxlerdonk, John Leroy. 189 
O'Neil. Leslie Dole, 266 
O'Neil. Peter v., 267 

O'Neil. Richard Alan, 88, 89, 191, 245, 345 
Orchesis. 96 
Orchestra, 100 
Oreskovich, Steve John, Jr 
Orgel, David Selman, 175, 374 
"Omdorff, Donald James. 424 
Q'Rourke. Ava Lynne 
O'Rourke. Dier>e Frar»ces, 424 
O'Rourke. Gustel P 
Orwig. Carol Jor>e, 345 
Osborne. James Gerard, 1 73. 424 
Osborne, Michael Duncan, 177, 374 
O'Shell, Curtis H . 296 
Ostergard. Detx>rah, 87. 206, 244. 374 
OToole, Anne Rainey Sims, 374 
Oustinoff. Pierre C 
Outten, Margaret West, 345 
Overstreet, Jane Carol. 212, 397 
Overstreet, Thomas R 
Overton, James Wilson, Jr , 305 
Ovide, Christoph Raymond 
Owen, Ann Elizabeth, 424 
Ow/en, Marilyn Jean 
Owens, Dean Paul 
Owens. Donald Gary, 307 
Owens, Kathleen Joyce 
Owens, Laura Lee, 374 
Owens, Robin Gail, 206, 424 



Padgett, Carey J . 180. 345 

Page, Beverly Ann, 424 

Page, Branch. 204, 374 

Page. David Wmslow 

Page, Francisca C 

Pagels, Matthew T , 397 

Paisley, Diane Louise, 206. 397 

Pakenham, Mark Hmi, 38, 39, 40, 41 

Paledes. Stephen P , 289 

Palmaz, Maria A Robredo, 288 

Palmer, Bererly Wright 

Palmer. Elbndge Willram 

Palmer, Jon Larry 

Palmer, Sally Jane 

Panfil, Eric Laurence 

PanheJienic Council, 198 

Pannill, Mary Greyson, 203. 397 

Parent's Day. 116, 117 

Parish, Anne Kathleen, 375 

Parish, William Grady III. 149. 233, 424 

Parker, Andrew David, Jr . 235, 304, 305, 307 

Parker, Beth Frances 

Parker, David Michael, 84, 180, 345 

Parker. James Hodges. 104. 159 

Parker, Lonnie Lamar, 64, 66, 195, 397 

Parker, Rotjert Duvemet, 424 

Parker, Robert S , Jr , 304. 305 

Parle, William Michael 

Parhn, Patricia Ann, 424 

Parnham. Thomas Arthur 

Parrish, Brenda Ann 

Parrish, Elizabeth L 

Parrish, William, 252 

Partlow, Dennis Allen. 424 

Paschall. Davis Y,. 1 16. 135. 221. 255. 267, 270. 

271. 281 
Passage. Margaret Ahce 
Paster, Marc Lee 
Restore, Mary M , 201. 345 
Pate, Barbara Warren. 203. 375 
Patrick, Sue Ann 
Patrons. 447 
Patterson, Bart>ara, 63 
Patterson. Christopher E , 63 
Patterson. Dinor Lynn. 424 
Patterson, Holly Neville 
Patterson, James Edwin. Jr 
Patterson, James Hill 
Patterson, Linda Lee. 208, 397 
Patterson, Susan Paige, 204, 375 
Patterson, Virginia Dore 
Paul, David Reece 
Paull, Jennifer Jane. 209, 424 
Paumero. Larry, 305 
Pavhk, Paul Alan 
Payne, Albert Lloyd. 179. 424 
Payne, Claudme 

Payne, Ronald Francis, 107, 397 
Payne, Shirley Holland sworth 
Peabody, Malburr^ J , 397 
Pearlman, Saul Ralph, 304, 305 



Pearson, George Mortimer. Jr, 

Pearson, Randy Lee. 212. 237. 363. 375 

Peat. Stephanie Jean. 201. 397 

Peebles, Paul Manning 

Peek, William Thomas, 184, 397 

PerK:e. Gregory E . 245 

Pendleton, Judy Ann, 424 

Pendleton. WiHard Voight, Jr., 424 

Pera, Martin Frederick, Jr , 179 

Percy. Elizat>eth Hansford, 209, 424 

Perdnsat. Charles F 

Perdue, Charles William. 179, 424 

Perdue, Nannie Holland. 212. 375 

Perdue. Phyll.s Ann. 129, 202. 424 

Perecko, John Paul, 244, 424 

PERFORMANCES. 94- 109 

Perrwm, Billie Eugene II 

Perillo. Peter Allen, 345 

Perkins, Collen Kappes, 345 

Perkins, Frank Overton 

Perkins, Phyllis Layne. 424 

Perkinson, Jean Marie, 262. 345 

Perrin. Donna Ruth, 424 

Perry, Daniel Joseph, 223. 244, 245, 252. 254. 262. 
265, 375 

Perry, Thomas L , 397 

Peter ka. John Launtz 

Peters, Cynthia J . 253 

Peters. Donr^a Sibley 

Peters, Karen Jeanette, 424 

Peters, Mary Beverley. 397 

Peters. Victoria Ann. 154, 245. 397 

Peterson, Beverly Carol. 425 

Peterson, Gillian Ragland, 205, 425 

Peterson, John Morrill 

Peterson, Lawrence A 

Petralia. Louis Michael, 179. 235. 407, 425 

Petro, Joseph Baran, 259 

Pettey, Dnjc'lia Anne. 397 

Pettit, James Curtis, Jr , 256. 375 

Petty, William Glenn. 180. 397 

Peverell, Raymond E , 191, 245. 375 

Peyronnet. Carolyn Lee. 159. 215, 345 

Pfeiffer, Gary Malick, 193 

Pfingsten, Peggy Wood 

Phavedes, Stephen, 253 

Phelan, Anne Louise, 425 

Phelps, Arthur W , 302 

Phelps. Bobby Glenn, 305 

Phelps, John Franklin, 397 

Phi Alpha Delta. 304 

Phi Beta Kappa. 151 

Phi Delta Phi, 304 

Phi Eta Sigma, 154 

Phi Kappa Tau. 178, 179 

Phi Mu. 214. 215 

Phr Mu Alpha. 157 

Philips, Alice Louise, 224. 425 

Philips, Gregory Thomas, 178. 179, 425 

Philips, Henry H 111, 247, 346 

Phillips, Betsy Harwood, 213. 425 

Phillips, Carson Renee, 107, 151, 160. 163, 346 

PhiMips, Dora Kay, 396 

Phillips, Kathleen Louise 

Phillips, Kenneth A 

Phillips. Linda Lea. 346 

Phillips, Ronald W . 255, 346 

Physical Education Department 291 

Physical Educaton Majors Club. 256 

Physics Department, 292 

Pi Beta Phi. 216, 217 

Pi Delta Epsilon, 155 

Pi Delta Phi, 162 

Pi Kappa Alpha, 180, 181 

Pi Lambda Phi, 182, 183 

Picchi, Kathleen Mary 

Pierce, Elizabeth Payrie 

Pierce, John Scott 

Pierce, ReC>ecca Gayle, 206, 346 

Pierce, Richard Lee 

Pierce, Wjlham Gail, 172. 398 

Pilch, Joseph John 

Pilgrim, Perry Talmage 

Pinnan, Gary Euger>e, 103, 375 

Pinkerton. Charles Conrad, 61, 193, 425 

Pitman, Helene 

Pitt, Susan 

Pitts, Kathenne A . 203, 263, 346 

Pitzer. Nancy Lupton, 98. 216. 346 

PiKley. Lynda Glyden, 398 

Plank. Douglas Craig, 98. 425 

Plaseied, Aghdas, 398 

Plasmati, Kathleen l . 212. 244, 245, 398 

Piatt, Richard AJan, 46, 61 

Phchta, Mary Ann. 147, 201. 245, 375 

Poarch, Dana Elizabeth, 204, 346 

Poe. Harold Francis. 304, 307 

Poinsett, Richard Gordon. 104 

Poland. John Rot>ert, 425 

Poland. Mark Wayne, 98, 157 398 

Pdftlcal Scier>ce Forum, 256 

Pollack, Paul Hylan. 187 

Pollard. Joseph L.. 246, 346 

Pollard, Mary Kathryn 

Pollard, Melissa Dea. 201 

Pollard, Robert David. 161. 246. 251. 254, 259. 346 

Pollard. William C , 275 

Pollock. Frances Ewell, 208. 346 

Potlow, Charles Ernest. 375 

Polubmski, Ednxjrtd 

Pomeroy, Benjamin B , 54, 291 

Pongratz. Michele Grace, 154. 398 

Poole, Mrchael Earle, 160. 245. 248. 254, 256. 346 

Pope, Janet Ashe 

Pope, Rotjert M , 192, 375 

Porter, Barry Thomas. 177, 2A5. 375 

Porter, Betsy Ann, 143. 151 



Porter, Ricf-iard Bryan, 398 

Portocarrero, Carlos Manuel 

Post. David Bruce, 82, 142, 224 

Potenza, James Robert. 192. 398 

Potter, R.chara Bowe, 161, 175, 260. 34e 

Potter, Robert Scott. 425 

Potter. Thelma, 51, 205, 425 

Potts. Susar> Vandivere 

Powell, Berkley Randolph, 152. 182, 237, 242, 243. 
245. 375 

Powell, Clarence L , 185. 398 

Powell, Ernest Jay 

Powell, Jenn.e Belle, 213, 425 

Powell, Joseph Andrew, 237, 244 

Powell. Kathryn Sosanne, 200, 425 

Powell. Rayburn Ross. 182, 231. 398 

Powell. Richard G , 375 

Powell, William M , 179, 181. 3?8 

Power. Patrick Donald 

Power, Thofnas Michael 

Powers. Roger Wayne, 143, 186. 398 

Powers, William M , 375 

Prasse, Frederick Carl, 81, 186, 375 

Prescott, Georgia Ann, 206, 346 

President's Atdes. 241 

Preston, Merle Page 

Prewitt, Thomas C 

Price, Ann Grayson, 224, 425 

Price, Martha Gail, 425 

Price. Mary Ruth. 99. 203. 347 

Price, William E , 98, 141. 157. 250. 253, 262. 375 

Price, William Pierce, 143. 347 

Prickitt. Raymond Mason, 41, 185. 347 

Pntchard, Lucmda Lee 

Proctor, BemH:e Eileen, 212, 398 

Profitko, Robert James 

ProsI, Richard H , 287 

Prousalis, Thomas Theodore, 181, 375 

Pruett, CMivia Lar>e, 202, 425 

Pryor, Kathryn Lee 425 

Przygocki, Morgan Sheila 

Psychology Department. 293 

Puckett, SarxJy Richard. 178. 425 

Pugh. Michele Christine 

Pugh, Peter J. II 

Pullen, Wayne Wesley. 179, 425 

Pulley, Judith Ann, 159. 244, 347 

Pulley, Ragan B , Jr , 180, 245, 375 

Pultiam, Bonnie Marie 

Pultiam, Donald Morns, 398 

PuHiam, Kay Mahan, 347 

PuHing, Ronald W Jr.. 90. 91 

Pully. Ashton H Jr 

Pully, Bruce Maxwell, 425 

Pumphrey. Robert Mackey 

Purtill. James W.lliam. 88, 256 

Puryear, Stephen B , 46. 61 



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Qua, John Cory 

CJuaintance. John Weston. 192. 347 

Queen's Guard. 257 

Qutgley, Laura Anne, 425 

Quillen, Sharon Margary. 129. 216. 347 

Quin, Clark Jones. 425 

Quindsland, Ann Cecelia, 425 

Quinn, John S , 297 

Quinn, Penny Linda 

Quittmeyer. Charles L.. 297 



Rabinowitz, Larry 

Rabinowitz. Morns 

Rader. Judith Ann. 212. 244, 375 

Rafanelli. Albert Rudolph, 425 

Raflo, Josephine Ruth, 97, 216 

Ragone, Michele Joan, 425 

Ragsdale. Stanley O 

Rahkonen, Barbara Weber 

Raiken, Lawrence Scott, 398 

Reiney. Kevin Gerard, 190, 425 

Rsirigh. Beverly Ann, 398 

Ralston, Wayne Alan, 186. 375 

Ramler, John Michael. 147, 255, 425 

Ramsey, Bonnie Gaye 

Ramsey, Claude Allen, 64 

Ramsey. Elizabeth C , 153, 167. 206, 237, 239 

Ramsey. Elizat>eth Lee. 398 

Ramsey, Rot>ert Edward, 178. 237, 347, 425 

Randa, R«:hard Dean 188. 258. 375 

Randolph, John H , 46, 61 

Ranes, Dorothy Athalea, 375 

Ranhofer, John Fraricis, 173 

Rankin. Ann Kathie. 155, 201, 229. 375 

Rankin, KatJierine V 

Paper, Aubrey L , 179, 347 

Rang, Pamela Livmgstorte. 98, 425 

Raschi, William Glen 

Rawley, Charles Ernest III, 425 

Rawlings, Leigh Helen. 398 

Rawls, Loyd Oenms, 177 

Rawls. Raymor« Alfreida, 214. 399 

Rayr>e, Patncia \nez. 157. 347 

Raynes, Lirvaa Shirley. 97, 425 

Read, Steven Alan 

Ream, Linda Ann, 425 

Reardon. Barne Ann, 425 

Rearck, Preston Duff. 45, 189, 425 

Reavely, Miriam Huber 



Reavely, Thomas S . 305 

Reboussin, Marcel, 162 

RECREATION. 86-93 

Reddck, Rebecca Ann, 147. 224. 425 

Redmond, Lmda Lee, 159, 215. 233. 265, 399 

Reece, William T 

Reed. Elizabeth S 

Reed, Harriet. 272 

Reed. Jams Louise. 213, 425 

Reed. Myer Stratton, 160, 252. 348 

Reed, Rot>ert Maclmden, 331, 348 

Reeder. Linda Ann 

Reeder, Marion O 

Reeder, Sharon Rosalie, 203, 348 

Religion Departjnent. 294 

Rees. Tryjmas Sinclair, 15-4 

Reese, George H , 297 

Reese, Linda Jean, 206, 375 

Reeves, Mrs Gloria. 67 

Regan. Stephen Dennis, 45, 189 

Register, Susan E . 83, 212. 375 

Register, William Ryder. 305 

Registration, 10, 1 1 

Rehberg, Stephen D 

Reid, Duncan Phillip, 180, 261, 375 

Reid, Paige Jams, 50. 206. 425 

ReirT>er, Rosemary Margaret 

Remhardt, William Dell 

Reinhart. Theodore B , 293 

Reitz, Robert Moser, 426 

RELIGION. 140-149 

Remita. Diane Laree, 375 

Remler, Edward A 

Remler. Heiga Priedenke 

Remsberg, Calvm Edward, 156, 244, 426 

Remck, Susan Laskey 

Renz, James H , 275 

Repka, Ronnee Rae, J 57, 158, ,348 

Reserve Officer Training Corps. 258. 259, 260, 261 

Resler, William Michael, 253, 376 

Reveley, Barbara Lynn, 426 

Revere. Ronald William, 98, 426 

Revolinsky, Pamela Anne. 50, 141 

Rexrode, Molly C . 99. 208 

Reynolds, Nicholas Stuart, 258, 305 

Reynolds, Ruth Ann 

Reynolds, Thomas L , 287 

Rhea. Helen Wallis. 129. 206, 348 

Rhem. James Louis. 348 

Rhody. Clarence Dean, 251, 263. 348 

Rhyne. Edwm H 

Rhyne, Laura H 

Rials, Lloyd Douglas, 304, 305 

Rice. John Brooks 

Richard, Harry Wayne 

Richards, Anna Ruth, 426 

Richards, Brian Gerard 

Richards. Narxiy Jane, 206, 426 

Richardson, Alan Wayne, 48, 182 

Richardson, Ann Garland 

Richardson, Dana T,. 93, 195, 399 

Richardson. Horace D . 155 

Richardson. Robert F, jr , 188. 376 

Richel. Veronica C 

Richerson, John David. 181. 426 

Richey. Charles Richard, 399 

Richman, Warren G 

Ricketts, Don L , 297 

Ricketts, Marcia K,, 50. 107. 399 

Ricketts, Robert Calvm, 68. 376 

Riddle, Dorothy I,, 293 

Rideout, Frances Nelson, 210, 399 

Ries, Roger R , 298 

Riesser, Rot>ert Richard, 399 

Rifle. 81 

Rigau. Felipe Alberto. 180. 181, 376, 192, 193. 376 

Riley, Edward Miles 

Riley, Michael William 

Riley, Rot>ert ClaitJOrrw, 187. 406 

Ringgold, Gordon B . 288 

Ringler, Leonard Edward, 304, 305 

Rintei, Uorwl, 287 

Riordan, Margaret R . 203. 224, 348 

Ripy, Bnjce Johnson, 191, 348 

Ritch, Stephen Wittmer, 188, 399 

Ritchie, Edward J Jr , 183, 245. 348 

Rives, Mary Shanr>on, 348 

Rizzo. Rot>ert Daniel, 84, 181, 262, 348 

Roach, Arthur Hudgins, 148, 376 

Roach. Franklin Riley, 187. 426 

Roadcap, Richard Reming. 426 

Roakes, Samuel E Jr 245, 349 

Robbins, Chnstoph J, 349 

Robbins, Lloyd Philip 

Roberson. James M. jr . 172. 349 

Rot>erson. Marine M 

Rotierts, Austin L II. 191, 247, 349 

Rotjerts, Denise 

Roberts, Donald Ray. 152. 155. 167. 195. 221. 222. 

225, 349 
Rotjerts, Edward G , 252 
Rot>erts, Dizat^eth Ellen, 426 
Roberts, Jeanie 
Rot>ert8, Ola Jean 

Roberts, Pamela Jean, 153, 165, 204. 233. 349 
Rot>erts, Sandra Ooise 
Roberts, Theodore W , 188, 399 
Rot^ertfton, BertMre. 202. 426 
Robertson, Dana Lynn, 67, 85, 205. 426 
Rot>ertson, Gerald O . 304, 305 
Rot^rtson. G<enn A 
Robertson, Joseph Kart 
Rot>ertSOn. Walter S . 269 
Robeson. Stuart Mogen Jr , 305, 307 
Robinett. William L , 68, 399 
Robinette. Kim Vicky 
Robins, Jane Ntcholas 



Robins, Mary Jane. 426 

Robrnson, Jane Arpen. 399 

Robinson. Kenrwth J . 399 

Robinson, Marsha Anr>e. 210, 426 

Robison, James Phillip. 179. 245, 258, 376 

Roby, Shirley G 

Roche. Frarx:is Denms. 426 

Rochelle, Kaufman Blumenthai 

Rock. Walter Hilton Jr , 179, 426 

Rockwell. Jeffrey Louis. 399 

Roddy, Kimt>erly Anne, 85. 399 

Rooenbaugh. Carol Ann, 216. 376 

Rodriguez, M«;hael David. 426 

RoetXick, Bonnie Lynn 

Roettinger, Robin Ruth, 206, 399 

Rogers, Alice Signd, 376 

Rogers. Frances K , 349 

Rogers. Janet Evelyn. 399 

Rogers, Thomas David. 399 

Rogge, Gay Ann 

Rogowski, Bizabeth, 141, 151, 160, 349 

Rohan, Melina, 249 

Rohr, David Malcolm, 254, 261. 349 

Rohrtaach, Phihp S . 186, 376 

Rollag, Pamela Lynn. 63. 376 

Romano, Frank Richard 

Rome, Patricia Frances 

Romck, David Lewis, 255, 264, 376 

Rorer. Katherine Holland. 237 

Rostxitham, Lyie, 48 

Rose, Nancy K.rkland, 205, 251, 426 

Roset>erg. Can A 

Roselli. Grace Rose. 99. 129. 130. 131. 216, 376 

Rosent>erger, John William, 426 

Rositzke, John Brockman 

Ross. Bonita Anne, 209, 426 

Ross, Jacqueline Louise 

Rosser, Robin Wallace, 400 

Rossing, Boyd Edward, 104. 151. 159. 161. 183. 259, 

349 
ROTO Queen, 1 37 
Roush, David Michael 
Rousso, John Costa 
Rowan, George Edward, 376 
Rowan, Mary Linda. 400 
Rowe, Stephen French, 183. 349 
Rowe, Steven Anthony. 260 
RoKbrough, Lee Kemp, 185, 4O0 
Roy, James Arthur 
Royall, Mildred Pitts, 145, 349 
ROYALTV. 128-137 
Royer, Mary Ann, 197, 426 
Rut>ano, Gregory Lynn, 143. 400 
Ruben, Robert Benjamin, 163, 376 
Rut>en. Stan, 121 
Rublern, George T . 287 
Ruck. Steprianie Martme, 147. 210. 4O0 
Rucker. Linda Dell, 215. 400 
Ruddel, Mark Enc, 376 
Rumbold, Henry John, 251, 255 
Rumtxjrg, Kenneth Neil, 350 
Runyon, James Douglas, 63. 191. 350 
Rups. Marolijn, 426 
Rush. Fraternity. 170. 171 
Rush, Sorority. 198. 199 

Russell, Cheryl Ann. 98. 147. 157, 201. 250. 376 
Russell. John Eugene. 45, 177, 426 
Russell, Patricia L , 154. 204. 400 
Russell, Stephen Biddle 
Ruzecki, Evon P 
Ryan, Giles Sandford, 259, 350 
Ryan, John Godfrey II 
Ryan, Regenia Bern, 426 
Rycroft, Robert Scott. 427 



Saan. Barbara Marie. 203. 224. 237. 4O0 

Sabourin. Camilla Adele 

Satxxjrin, John James, 304 

Sadler, Johme Mitchell, 143 

Sadler, W S , 272 

Sager, Gary Lee, 350 

Sailtr^g Assoctabon. 251 

Sale, Mary Quinn. 217, 376 

Sales, William W Jr. 186, 245. 261 

Sali8tx>ry. Daniel E , 247, 350 

Salle, Chanes Merryman, 261. 306 

Salley. Mary Carnngton, 203. 226. 350 

Salmon, Richard John 

Salter, Robert Moms, 142. 247, 258, 376 

Samford, Chanes C Jr . 248 

Sampseiie, Anna Alice, 350 

Sampson. Gregory Berke 

Sarrxjels. Jennifer Ret>ecca 

Sarruels. Richard Allen, 192, 400 

Sar>cetta, Anthony l . 297 

Sancetta, Biagio Anthony 

Sanders, Kenr^eth Rotjert. 400 

Sandfora. Sara Kossuth 

SarxJo. Frank Joseph, 260, 304. 305 

SandQuist. Charlotte W , 206. 233. 253, 400 

Sanford. Crtanes Clement. 376 

Sanford. Mary Olen, 427 

Santoroski, Lynn, 427 

Sanwai, Jagdish C 

Sassaman. Cisy Alan, 376 

Sasser, Bruce Kent, 186, 400 

Sasser. Ray RarKlolph jr . 427 

Sauer. Beverly Ann. 208, 245, 400 

Sauiton, James W Jr , 181. 376 

Saurxlers Carol Anr^. 143, 206, 376 

Saunders. Harry David. 304, 305 

Saunders. Jemes L , 88, 177, 245. 256. 376 



Saunders, James Oiga il, 427 

Savage, Charles M 

Savage, Janice P., 67, 87, 212. 376 

Savage. Loweil C. Jr , 195. 258. 376 

Savage. Patricia Simrrxins 

Savage. Wiiiiam R jr . 269 

Sawyer. Carol Alexis, 129. 203, 400 

Sawyer. James W , 294 

Sayre. RarxJall Lee. 427 

Scabt>ard ar>d Blade. 161 

Scammon. Howard M . 163. 294 

Scantlebury. Alice F . 216. 224. 400 

Scarr, Mark Stanley, 244, 427 

Scearce. Donald Edward. 304. 305 

Scearce, Michael Deyrie, 45, 181, 427 

Scnafer, Dor^ald Wiiiis. 260 

Schaperjahn, Hoiiy Jo 

Schauer, John Willtam. 427 

Sct^aule, Bruce William, 400 

Scheele. Richard A . 185, 400 

Schemertng, Michael Edward, 350 

Scherberger, Frederick III 

Scheumann, Marcus C 

Schiavelli, Melvm D , 281 

Schiavo. John Stepr^en, 190, 427 

Schifrin, Leor^ard G . 282 

Schilling, Kathleen l . 233. 400 

Schilling, Mark Rot>ert. 427 

SchirxJei, Nicholas S 

Schinlever, E Boyd, 190. 428 

Schieif, Peter Robert. 48. 49. 183, 259. 350 

Schlenz, Marta Jane 

Schlosser. Elliot M. 

Schmalz, Richard Michael, 189 

Schmidt, Chnstina M 129. 205. 400 

Schmidt. E)izat>eth Anne. 376 

Schmidt. Kenneth Jette 

Schmied. Georgeann. 427 

Schmitz. Mary Chrrstme, 147. 155, 21 1. 224, 227. 
237, 350 

Schmoe. Suwannee A . 351 

Schrrwyer. John David, 141. 376 

Schneider, Marcia Lyrvi, 154, 400 

Schoaies, Gary P . 351 

Scholnick, Robert J. 

Schone. Harlan E. 

SCHOOLS. 296-307 

Schreiber. Donald Can 

Schreitier. Tonl 

Schueler, Linda Lee, 107, 163. 351 

Schuemann, Mark, 305 

Scr>jrreker, Catherine S. 210. 211, 253, 400 

Schumm, Walter Richard, 61, 196, 428 

Schutte, Kraig West, 186. 376 

Schutz, Henry A III, 260, 351 

Schwartzman, Chanes J , 195. 245, 260, 351 

Schwenk. Susan Jarie. 50, 51, 87, 206. 400 

Scott, Carolyn E , 216. 351 

Scott, Cheryl Lyn 

Scott. Cornelia M . 206. 225, 244, 376 

Scott, George William, Jr . 428 

Scott. Linda Ruth, 208. 376 

Scott. Rosa Lee 

Scott, Virginia Anne 

Scott. William Uoyd, 98. 304. 305 

Scrogham. Nancy K . 233. 4O0 

Scruggs, Mary Frances, 400 

Scudder, Donald Enk, 82 

Seabright. Alice Lupton, 160. 351 

Seagle, Sarrwjei Giles. 376 

Seaman, Frank James, 163, 376 

SearT\en. Wendy O, 95, 129, 137 

Seey, Wiidem Wayne. 185. 4O0 

Searr. Mark. 237 

Secretarial Science Department. 295 

Sedam, Glenn J , Jr 

Sedlacek, Jarold Joseph 

Seele. Semuel, 191 

Seek, Gary Lynn. 191. 400 

Se-dman, Marsha Kay. 217. 428 

Seitz, Eleanor, 305, 307 

S^by. John E . 274 

Selby. R Vance, 400 

Self, Judith Harrison, 87, 428 

Sellers, Pamela Louise 

Semler, Rebecca Ann, 67, 428 

Semories. William W . 192. 376 

SENIORS. 30&361 

Senita, Ted Andrew, 46 

Serra. Geoffrey Paul, 184. 428 

SERVICE. 218. 219 

Sever. Cassandra Kaye. 428 

Sewell. Sue Qien. 428 

SeytMid. Rot>ert Alien. 187, 237. 256. 428 

Seygiinski. Breryia A . 263, 265. 376 

Seymour, S^x•ron B . 245, 251. 4O0 

Shackelford David Lee. 181. 245. 351 

Shackelford. Jonatf^an E»n. 400 

Shaheen. Kay Eddw 

SJ^ne, Joel Harvey 

Stvrp, Barbara Mer>zel 

Stvtswell. Bn>ce Ashtjy, 175. 248, 428 

Stiver, Ketly G . 293 

Srww, H Kelly. 428 

STvw, Stephen Ragsdaie, 177. 351 

Shea, Nartcy Ruth. 376 

Sftean Gl«rv^ D 

S'warin. Evelyn Neai, 224. 428 

Shearin, Jo»v> D HI 

ShebaiM, John v 

Sheet^an, Bernard W 

Sheef%an. Katr^ieen Rose. 213 

Sweetly. Colerran M . Jr . 247. 257. 391 

Sr^eerty, Jo«rv>e. 217, 400 

S^>ef*«eid. Charles Curtis 

ShettXim, w<l>am Lloyd, Jr.. 428 

Srielly, Gary Ukjyd 



443 



Shelton, Docvvi Byron. 217. 400 

Srw»«er. George. 305 

Shep«rd9on. Scott McG><voy. 193. 400 

Sfy^r. ArcJeo 

St>cfjnon. Chrtstoph S . 152. 192. 226. 23S. 241. 351 

St^^rmori. RKfVtrQ B . 286 

Sr^fman. Roger. 107. 163 

She<nil. L'Yia Jean. 200. 428 

SnerMood. Robert w 

Snerwooo. Robert Wdiuyn 

SneOer. George Lews 

Snevcrxjk. Jonn Mcfioe* 

Snowmnker. Coro* Fern, 158. 163. 206. 351 

STUCK. Jorvi MalcoKn. 129. 217. 351 

Shickel. Srviren Etarte. 428 

Sn>e4ds. C^vistir^ Hall. 204. 298. 351 

SnwkJs. G Megan. 206. 376 

ST^<e*ds. Jono Kemoton li. 193. 428 

Shields. Thomas Jo*Tn. 180. 351 

Snifmon. Mitdred B. 

Stxfman. Neai Allan, 182. 428 

S^Mtilef. 0>ar%a Lee. 129. 201. 376 

S*^«). Marjooe Sosan. 154. 216. 400 

St\>rtey. KotMeen. 104. 146. 159. 201. 262, 400 

Slwel. Lt Col Glen L . Jr . 288 

S»x)*der. Patrcia Helen. 145. 231 

S^xxiert. Jeffrey Marx;ock. 98. 428 

Snort, Card Ann. 428 

Snorter. Mary Elia. 155. 2U. 222. 376 

SiYMralter. Harold Stephen. 181. 428 

Showers, Shirley Ann 

Shrader. Gretchen Blake, 376 

Shrader, Steven Wyck. 157. 179. 400 

Shreves. Frederx:k Lewis li. 258. 305 

Shnver, Katherrte Deanr^, 210, 428 

Shriver. Mark O.. 265. 4O0 

Shryer. Mary Meien. 204. 228. 377 

STXJitZ. Paul Kenriedy 

Sixjntch. LOUIS Steven. 258. 304. 305 

Shy. jeffery Russell. 252. 400 

SitJiey, D DoshieJI. 48. 177. 428 

Sea. Alan Meyer 

Sckies. Barbara Joan. 206. 352 

SMSers, David Leon. 282 

Siegel. Robert T 

S«gei. Robert Simon. 428 

Sievert Narx:y Jarw 

S«afoes, William h 

S-gler Janice Graham. 429 

Sigma Alpha Epsion. 184. 185 

S«mo Chi. 186. 187 

S«ma Nu. 188. 189 

Sigma Ptii Epaikm. 190. 191 

S«mB Pi. 192. 193 

Sigma Pi Stgma. 163 

SiKora. James. 352. 400 

Sills, Charles Lawrence 

Sills. Richard Edward, 172. 260. 352 

Silva. Rotjerta Beamer 

Siver. David Freeman. 185. 4O0 

S^verrnan. Jeffrey S . 181. 401 

Sdvestro, James Alien. 45. 173 

Smmons, Ona Gait, 146, 401 

S*Tions. Jand A 

S«Tionson. Martha Susan. 245. 352 

S*ripk»>s. Fred Crawford. 192. 224. 3S2 

Srrvson, Barbara A 

S*Tx>SOn. James E.. Jr . 155. 233. 350, 377 

S«Tioson. Michael Gary. 186. 401 

SiTTXJSon. Pamela Susan, 205, 429 

Sims. JoTvi Dorrr^an. 237 

S«T»s. Sally Ruth, 429 

Smgleton. Antoinette Estelle 

S»^teton. Linda Sue. 215. 401 

Sr^teton. William A , 88. 195. 352 

S«rt>auBh. William Allen. Jr . 81 

SfSSOn, JudrtM Dianoe. 429 

Sfvertsen, Jacqueline Gaii. 50. 202. 429 

Stvertsen, Karen j.ii. 196, 203. 401 

Sizemore. Rchard Wiiiiam 

Sizemore. Wrilam H . 98. 157. 401 

Skeen. SarxJra LOu. 211, 253. 352 

Skillman. Sharyn Hope. 216. 263. 352 

Skinner. Teresina Sue. 200. 429 

Slaton, Susan Glervi, 213. 429 

Slauson. PatSy Virgir^ia. 352 

Slepokura, Jorvi M.. 41, 172. 401 

Slipow, Larry 8en)«tiin, 181. 245. 262. 377 

Stoen, OavKJ Neai, 179. 245. 401 

Slone, Can J . 54. 58 

Skxuna, Mary Marguerite. 429 

Slusser, Mary Cathenr>e. 159. 211, 245. 401 

Small. John Alien, 145. 186. 252. 401 

Small. Susan Holmes. 122, 134, 135. 137. 167, 212, 

238. 243, 352 
SmalNvood. Bradley Keith. 64 
Smart. Susan Gordon 
Smeds. Russell Clarerx:e. 259. 352 
Smith, Andrew Ttximas 
Smith. Avery Anne 
Smith. Bartiara Ann. 204, 352 
Sm.th. Betty A , 96. 196. 401 
Smith. Conway W ill. 307 
Smrth, Cynthm Sue. 211. 353 
Smrth, David Mclntyre. 429 
SmitK Detxxah Joan 
Smith, Oonrta WrxSSOr. 353 
Smith. Dora Jean. 206. 353 
Smith, Eddie Andrew, 179. 401 
Smrth. Erie Jarr^S 
Smith. George Will«»m. 193, 401 
Smith. Grace M . 298 
Smith, Hari*n French. 401 
Smrth. Howard K,. 155. 21 1 
Smith. Howard M . 291 
Smith. Howard Phillip, 304, 305. 307 
Smith. Jarr^es Melck. 187 



Smith, Jar*e Barrett. 143, 157, 377 

Srrvth, Jarwt Elizabeth. 148. 377 

Srrwth, John Dairen 

Smith. Joseph P. III. 304 

Smith Kathenne S . 203. 377 

Smith. Kenneth E., Jr , 179, 245. 353 

Smith, Langhome Holrnes 

Smith. Larry Dav>d, 401 

Smith. Larry Euger^e. 41. 175. 401 

Smith. LeRoy W., 283 

Smith, Leslie Hollister. 203. 401 

Smith. Leslie Page, 307 

Smith. Menwether V , Jr . 429 

Smith. Norm»n G.. Jr 

Smith. Odie Will«m. Jr 

Smith, Patricia Jane, 401 

Smith, Randall Hunter, 56. 5© 

Smith, Ray Edward. 429 

Smith, Retiecca Anoe. 377 

Smith, Rebecca Lou. 377 

Smith. Rita Mae, 148, 157 

Smith, Rot>ert E., 292 

Smith. Rolsert Knight. Jr. 

Smith. Roberta B . 429 

Smith. Roger W 

Smith, Ronald Brce 

Smith, Sharon Carrick. 429 

Smith, Sharon Lee. 50, 51. 97. 206, 401 

Smith, Stephen Keese, 181, 259. 353 

Smith, Virginia E , 206, 401 

Smith. Wayne Nelson, 104, 256. 429 

Smith. William S., 178 

SmocK, Barbara Louise, 215. 353 

Smyth, Dtane Lucas 

Smythers. Carol Jane. 401 

Smythers. Michael Ray, 305 

Snapp, Sandra Mae, 212. 245, 401 

Snead. Edward P 

Sr>ead. William B., 153. 401 

Snider, Carol Joanr>e. 49 

Snpes. Lucas Arthur, 429 

Snyder, Dorothy Hunt. 377 

Snyder, Georgia Ann, 429 

Snyder, Georgia Catharine, 429 

Snyder. Linda Lee. 63 401 

Soccer. 48. 49 

Society for Advancement of Management. 262 

Socotogy Department. 294 

Soest. Jon F . 292 

Soilien. RKihard L 

Somerville. Barbara Alice, 429 

SOPHOMORES. 384-405 

Soter. Robert Wilson, 147, 177, 353 

Sothoron, Margaret B, 212. 353 

Sottili. David Mark, 41 

Sours. John D- 

Southall. Joan E . 263 

Southerland, Hugh Barry. 179. 353 

Southwell, Paula M , 208. 377 

Southworth. Patricia A 

Southworth, Raymond W , 287 

Spady. Denard Charles, 224. 353 

Spady, Matthew Frank, 248, 429 

Spanish Club. 262 

Sparks, Philip Lee. 264 

Spautdmg, David Lee, Jr . 191. 245, 353 

Speakman, Marjorie W , 402 

Spearman. Roger Dean 

Speese, Berrnce M 

Spertce Jane Mane. 250, 353 

Spencer, Biiue Jane. 215. 402 

Spencer, Janet Miriam. 430 

Spencer. Kathenne Annette 

Spencer. Robert Brew. 45. 175. 430 

Soengeman. Doriald F . 186. 354 

Sperry, John Berhart. Jr . 46. 430 

Spigel. Lawrervre Mark 

Spirn. Stuart Douglas. 304. 305. 307 

Spitler, Richard Ward, 98 

Spivey, Cynthia Sue. 354. 430 

Spivey. Lud Lorer\zo 

Sponsors. 245 

Sporn, James Robert. 46. 61 

Spratley, Claude V 111. 304, 305 

Spring '^^•na's. 120, 121 

Spurting. Jacquelin M.. 377 

Sporting, htorman Kent. 249. 377 

Spurting. Richard O.. 63, 191. 354 

Sauier, Isabel W 

Souire. Donald H 

St John. SarxJra Br<3get. 123. 135. 212. 402 

Stafford, Mary Louise, 354 

Stafford, Michael Patnck 

Stage, Gary Lee. 188, 245, 402 

Staggs. Clara Dian 

Stahi, Stephanie D . 402 

Staik, Howard h in 

Stakias, George Mrchael. 58, 193, 430 

Stall, Anne Mana. 208. 402 

Stallkr^echt. Leslie Ruth. 98, 430 

Stamper, Naricy LincCn, 430 

Stamps, David B , 98 

Stanaway. Stormy Lyn. 430 

Stanford, David P,. 287 

StarJey, Bruce M,. 144. 377 

Stanley. Harr^tt Lari. SO. 430 

Stanley. Marvin Miles. 297 

Stanley. Thomas B.. 1 13, 269 

Stann, Christine Mane, 209. 430 

Stanners, Rotiert M 

Stansf>e*d. James Ross. 179. 430 

Stanton. Diane Georgia. 233. 402 

Stanton. Narx:y Layr>e. 430 

Stanton, Robert Emmet. 354 

Stark, Richard Alan 

Starr, Leor\ard Edward III 

Stason. E Biythe. Jr , 302 



Stathes. Lewis C. 265. 402 

Stebt>v>s. Martha M,. 402 

StecKroth. Jeffrey John, 45. 56. 430 

Steers, Ed, 64 

Stoffon, Judith A . 147. 201. 377 

Steger, John ThOfT\BS. 263, 304, 305 

Sten, Carol Lyrvi. 63 

Stemo*e. Sallie Bizabeth. 149. 151. 158. 166, 212. 

354 
Stempie. SarxJra Rhea. 149, 153. 212. 244. 377 
Stephens, Raymorva E. 
Stephens, Susan Anne 
Stepp, Olen E 
Sten«>g, Malcolm P . 354 
Stevens. Kent McNeil. 179. 354 
Stevenson. Susan Ciaudette. 430 
Stewart. Alan C . 100 
Stewart, Clyde AJvwi in 
Stewart. David Alan 
Stewart. Frances L , 197, 402 
Stewart. Jarrws Kent. 305 
Stewart. Ror\ald Lee, 195, 259. 377 
Sttebel, Michael S . 402 
Stiles. William Alf'ed. Jr . 175. 402 
Stilley. Cynthia Gray. 430 
Stites. Mary Blake. 377 
Stith. Flora Lester. 215. 263. 354 
StrvervSer, Robert Milton, 430 
St John, Helen Louise. 430 

Stocker. LiTKJa Pearre. 122. 129. 135. 203. 237. 377 
Stoeppeiwerth, Douglas, 377 
Stor>e, Elizabeth Henry, 430 
Sbsne, Howard. 262 
Storw, Rotiert G.. 377 
Storwr. Ray Cooley, 261. 307 
Stor«r. William Patnck, 163. 245. 355 
Stout. Davd Lyter. 52. 54. 56. 57. 175. 247, 377 
Stout. Te<idy Alvin 
Stowe. Walter Berry, 183. 245. 402 
Strachan, William James 
Strange. Rar>dall Stephen, 430 
Strange. Vivian Lear. 205, 430 
Strathman, Teresa Ruth 
Streagle, Suzanne Fay, 402 
Streetman. Larry Eugene. 107, 355 
Strcklaxi. Samuel Ray, 161, 430 
Strode, Charles Jervimgs, 61 
Strong, George V. 

Strong, Rachel Irene, 217. 224. 430 
Stroop. Joyce Ann. 211. 250. 377 
StnjTKe, David G , 195. 402 
Stuart. Carolyn Byerley. 430 
Stuart, John Michael, 163. 355. 377 
Student Association, 236-239 
Student Bar Associaton, 305 
Student Education Association. 263 
Stump. Jacauelyn, 204. 233. 377 
Stumpf. Walter L . Jr . 157. 198. 378 
Sturgeon, Nancy Lee, 224. 430 
Sturm, Paul 

Suber. William Orvtile. 403 
Sullivan. Ci^aries Ojentm 
Sullivan. Linda E . 378 
Sullivan, Roll Albert 
Sundin, Linda Bliott. 212, 263. 355 
Supplee. James Bnnton, 88, 89. 188, 378 
Surtjer, Can Leonard 
Sutton, Christopher. 263, 304, 307 
Swaim. Cheryl Luise, 203. 403 
Swan. Scott Hugh, 44, 45. 304. 305 
Svranson, John, 269 
Swanson, Margaret V , 215, 403 
Swanwick, Michael John 
Swardell. Major Thomas A . 161. 288 
Sweanngen, Susan L . 206. 355 
Sweeney. Bordara Jeanne 
Sweeriey, Rebecca Jane, 201. 355 
Sweett>earts. 196, 197 
Sweezy, Patricia Ann. 149. 378 
Swigart. James Armpn. 305. 307 
Sw»nming. 68 69 
Swvnnwig. Wom e n's. 67 
Swirxjier, William F 
Sykes, John W„ 296 
Sykes, Sam Jones, 163. 355 
Synon. imogene Mary 



Taber, Bnan James. 430 

Tadsen, Genene C. 376 

Taft. James Dake. 430 

Talton, Annette Sue. 20O, 430 

Tamea. Conrad D . Jr . 61. 244. 378 

Tarns. 119 

Toneton. Lavonne O.. ^1 

Tarpley. Eli2aC>eth Arvi. 212. 403 

Tarpley. Marilyn Sue, 212, 355 

Torrarit, Gerald Roland 

Tate, Thaddeus w , Jr 

Tattersall, William Hays 

Tatum. James Luther, 186. 355 

Taut>er, James Edward, 189 

Taytor, Aleta Eggers 

Taylor. Christir>e, 160. 355 

Taylor. Clarke Buchanan. 430 

Taylor, Clinton FreOenck 

Taylor, Oebra Dean, 212. 403 

Taylor. Douglas D , 188, 355 

Taylor. Edna Server, 355 

Taylor. Henry Beverly, Jr . 378 

Taytor, JarT>es Russell, 182. 245. 259. 355 



Taylor. Job in, 305 

Taylor. Mark Halsey, 48. 49 

Taylor. Vernon Cary, 98, 403 

Tench. Chartes Peter 

Tennis, 82. 83 

Terrr^an, C. Rchard 

Ternll. Corvad Wnitman 

Terr.ll, NBrx:y Fferxih. 237, 381 

Terry, Ruth Cooper. 403 

Tetrva, Shelby h 

Thacker, Bruce Edward 

Thacker, Linda Rhea, 201. 378 

Thacker. Sosan L , 208. 378 

Tharr»n, Erik Gert^ardt, 46. 61, 430 

TTwatrw, 106 107. 108. 109 

TTwater and Speech Department. 295 

Theberge. Norrr«n B . Jr , 187. 355 

Themo. Ela»>e M , 297 

Theta Alpha Phi. 163 

TTwts Delta Chi. 194, 195 

Theve, Thonvis Pierre, 430 

Tr»el. Anthony Michael, 182. 245. 403 

Th«l. George Jeffrey. 64. 65, 191. 378 

TKiele. Robert Neai 194. 251. 430 

Thomas, Arthur DKTken. Jr , 141. 149, 430 

Thomas. Certa. 1 18 

Thomas Donald Meade 

Thomas. Leslie Richard, 378 

Thomas, Mchaei Curtis, 430 

Thomas, Peggy Scott. 378 

Thomas. Philip Joseph. 181. 355 

Thomison Kathleen, 430 

Thompson, Charlotte Ann, 211. 378 

Thompson, David R , 245 

Thompson, David W , 281 

Thompson, James Neai. 403 

Thompson. Joyce Jollfff, 208, 378 

Thompson, Mary Kieffer, 155, 211, 223. 224. i 

Thompson. Sandra June 

Thompson, Steven Blair. 181. 430 

Thompson, Thomas James. 149, 403 

Thomberg, William A., jr.. 81. 260 

Thome. Thomas E , 284 

Thorp, Phil«> A 

Thrasher. Cathenne A , 203. 245. 403 

Tice, Patrcia Arwi 

Tchy. Joseph c ill, 353 

Tien. Ching-Wen 

T'rtlotson, Rex, 272 

Timpano, Margaret Anne, 430 

Tingelhoff. LirxJa Jo 

Tisinger, Andrew Oark, 45, 175 

Tisinger, Christme Mar>e 

Titcomb. Jane Helen 

Titus, Alice Costaridiria 

Titus. Bruce Ean. 305. 403 

Todd. Joanne Peterson, A30 

Todd. Rotjea w , 177. 356 

Toepel, Monika Mane. 356 

TomecK, Edward Michael. 185, 403 

Tomlinson, Edward L., 63 

Tomtmson, Janet. 87 

Tomtmson, Timothy Allen 

Tompkins, Carolyn Ruth. 217. 407, 430 

Tonelson, Louis Owen, 142. 257. 356 

Tonelson, Stephen Willis, 142, 430 

Tcor>e, Janice Lee. 403 

Torcia, Charles E-. 302 

Torian, Charles J , Jr 

Torrens. Rafael F Arniiaga 

Torres, Joseph James, 430 

Townsend, Linda Gale, 215, 250, 356 

TownserxJ, Mark Parry, 431 

Toye, Robert James. 431 

Tozzi John Lee, 251. 255. 356 

Track. 76-79 

Track. Indoor. 60. 61 

Tral^an. Michelle Anne, 237 

TrautjT^n, Elizabeth walker 

Travis. Phiio Artrxir, 356 

Trayior. James Russeti. 305 

Traywick, Harnet Irxgeborg 

TraywicK, Leiarxa E , 297 

Tremble, Joseph E.. 144 

Trent Nancy Russell, 212. 245. 403 

Tnce, John A III, 191, 356 

Trippe, Bartjara Ann 

Trt^don, LirxJa I . 208. 403 

Tronfe4d, Jay. 305 

Troup, Charles Gordon. 403 

Trout. Bizabeth S 

Truesdell. Freder«ik D , 289 

Tuck. Nancy Lynne. 403 

Tucker. Henry Thompson. 194. 431 

Tucker. Kay Lavaughan. 87. 378 

Tucker. Linda Kneoieyer 

Tucker, Thorras R 

Tuttoch. ArxSrea L , 245. 245 

Tully. Catherir« Mar»e 

TurxJermann, Leor^rd K . 19Z 245. 403 

Turtxaw Gerald D . 286 

Turk, Gregg Harnson, 96. 190. 431 

Turner, Chnstine E , 141, 403 

Turner, Christopher 

Turner, Dorothy May, 431 

Turner, Dizat>eth Carol. ^7 

Turner, John William. 431 

Turr»er. Patncie Louise, 403 

Turrtar, SpKler. 1 18 

Turner, William C , 287 

Turptf^, Shelley S - 208. 378 

Torville. William C. 185, 357 

TuthiM. Janet C 403 

Twark, Shiriey Jean 

Tway. Douglas Rogers. 190, 244. 431 

Twiford, Helen Kay. 237 

Tyler, James Otey, Jr. 



Tyree. Peter Burton. 63. 92. 403 
Tyree. Sf^eopard Young. Jr. 281 



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Uet^einer, Lenore K . 201. 403 

Ulmer, Chnst.na Provine. 217, 431 

Ulmet. Dame Aldene, 378 

Underwood. Susan Walker 

Unger. Paul. 298 

Uozicker. Kenneth Roy. 92. 224. 245. 252. 258. 262. 

265. 378 
Upham. Thomas Leroy. 403 
Upson, Margaret Jane. 87. 208. 378 
Urquhart Donna Ruth. 378 
Uzzell. William Joseph til. 45. 173 



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Vaiden, Caroline E-. 148. 151. 224. 254, 357 

vail. Barbara Sue, 147. 160, 357 

Va.i, B'zatsetn R.. 96 

Vaienti. "meresa Margaret 

Valva, James Vincent 

Valz. Rotaert Kinney, 403 

Van Engel, W.llard A 

Van Hook, Stephen j.. 186. 378 

Van Winkle. Webb. 280 

Vandyke, Sue Ann. 431 

Vanfossen. Manon Gilbert. 294 

Vanhorn, Frank Charles 

Var*TOm, Jan Gamett, 431 

Vanhouten, Karen Helene, 20 1 . 403 

Vanmeter. Quentm L , 107. 357 

Vann. Martha Ann, 357 

Vareia, Gail EnKa. 215, 357 

Vamer. Charles R , 48, 289 

Vaughan, Beniamin Alien. 256. 378 

Vaughan, Rebecca M , 211, 224, 357 

Vaughan, Susan Frarx:es, 251. 403 

Vaughn, Curtis Lynwood, 403 

Veigle, John Frederick. 403 

Vergara, James J , Jr . 92. 263. 357 

Verheyden. Marilyn Cay. 21 1. 378 

Verhine, Patrcia Anne, 215. 356 

Vermeulen. Carl W , 280 

Vernon, Stanley AJlan, 356 

Verser. Nancy Ware. 151. 153. 155, 165. 211. 227. 

241. 358 
Verzi. Thomas Keith 
Vester. Mary Gayle. 431 
Vetter, Cheryl Ann. 50, 51 
Viau, Cynthia Ann, 431 
Vick. Otis Lafayette. Jr , 431 
Vinson, Robert Dudley. 431 
Vinyard. Nicholas C, 378 

vsrroRS. 110-127 

Voeel. Virginia Anne. 97, 1 54, 206. 227. 244. 245. 

403 
Volk. Victoria Lee. 431 
Volz. Douglas Charles. 195. 358 
Vdz, Rrta Mane. 431 
Von Baeyer, Hans C , 292 
Von Bten, Mane isabeiie. 178. 231. 253. 378 
Vonelten. Steven Waiter, 431 
Vosper. Stanley Richard. Jr 

Vought. Edward Terry. 48. 49. 190, 251. 431 
Voyer, Gerard W . 304 
Vreeland, Mantta S , 96, 403 



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Wachob. Pamela Ann. 200. 403 

Wade, Richard Lee. 161. ISS. 258. 378 

Wsde, Sarah Dizatieth, 202. 431 

Wadkins, Marsha Ann, 431 

Waesche. Barbara Butler. 204, 378 

Wagner Olen Louise, 154, 212. 403 

Waite, Burt Allan. 39, 41. 42, 43 

Waites. Alan, 1S3, 403 

Wakefield- Cheryl Elizatieth. 210. 431 

Wakefield. MK:hael M , 191, 378 

Wakefwid. Paul Allan. Jr, 

Waldin. James Montclair. 431 

Walker, Becky Anne, 209. 431 

Walker. Douglas Donald, 304, 305. 307 

Walker. Edgar Robert. Jr . 378 

Walker, Edward Faney. 68, 358 

Walker. Giona Dairte, 209. 224. 431 

Walker. J Lewis in 

Walker, Jams Karen. 358 

Walker, Uoyd Dame), Jr 388 

Walker, Rchord R , 195, 378 

Walker. Robert Lawrence, 89. 245 

Walker. SaHie Chilton 

Walker. Suzanne Tatum, 279 

Watker, William Bradley 

Wall. Btzabeth C 

Wallace, Baft>ara Joan. 197. 403 



Wallace. Carol A . 291 

Wallace, M<:r«el S.. 379 

Walline, Katherine Kirk, 358 

Wallrng. Mark William, 179. 403 

WaMmark. Jonn Srgurd, 98 

Walls. George Freder<:k, 194, 431 

Walsh, Derviis T>xxnas. 403 

Walsh, Edward Rot>ert 

Walsh, Martin Michaet. Jr . 263. 265, 432 

Walter. Randy Dean, 58. 432 

Walters. Ann Gwyn, 201, 224. 403 

Walters, Bamett K , Jr . 261. 307 

Walthall, Jan«e Dee, 51. 432 

Walthall, Jo Ann. 129, 144, 215. 256. 358 

Walton. Timothy Rorxald, 237. 379 

Waltrip, Detxjrah Jeanrie 

WarxJerer. Dale Sue. 200. 432 

Wang, Humphrey Vee-Chang 

Warburton, John Stephen, 404 

Warcholik. Stephen R , 358 

Ward. Alan J , 285 

Ward, Alvin Norman. 107, 404 

Ward. James Arthur 

Ward. Kathleen McQueen. 305 

Ward. Linda Kay, 432 

Ware. Carol E., 202. 245, 404 

Ware, David Warren. Jr 

Ware. Elinor Patricia. 151. 358 

Ware. Frances Faulconer. 358 

Ware. Stewart A . 280 

Warr>er, Geoffrey Carl 

Warner, Suzanne Nannette. 432 

Warns, James Thomas, Jr . 58, 59, 432 

Warren, Philip Claude. 175. 432 

Warren. Samuel Kelly. 404 

Warren. Virginia Kyle. 379 

WarrK:k. Anne Fillmore. 204. 404 

Warrinner. Junius Earnest 

Wass. Marvin Leroy 

Waterman. Mary Regin, 201. 237. 359 

Waters, Gretchen T , 95, 204, 359 

Watkins, David James, 190. 432 

Watkins. Janet. 97. 153. 165, 253, 359 

Watkms. Stephen H , 177. 254. 260, 359 

Watkins. Thomas Beverty. 181. 245. 379 

Watson. Ann Bizatjeth. 210, 211. 379 

Watson, David Perrm. 46, 61. 195. 379 

Watson, George H in. 155. 226. 245, 256, 263. 359 

Watson, Kim Blen, 359 

Watson. Leslie Ray. S4. 195, 224. 231, 359 

Watts, James Robert. 184 

Watts, Shelley Ann. 95. 203. 44 

Way, Ed. 145 

Way, Stephen W,, 98, 187, 432 

WCWM. 232, 233 

WEATHER VANE, 229 

Weaver, Bartsara Jean Ron 

Webb. Cathy eizabeth. 123. 129. 135. 204, 374 

Webb, James Roderick, 192. 229. 404 

Webb. Joseph Calhoun, 305 

Wrbb. Kenneth L 

Webb, Roger Stuart. 181. 432 

Webb, Sandra Lee, 263. 379 

Webster. Toni Faye. 98. 204, 404 

Wedd. George G , 171, 181. 404 

Wedding. Teresa Lynne, 20d, 404 

Weddle. Willam E., 182. 404 

Weeks. Ross, 155. 275 

weidman. James Ray. 432 

Weigle, Gregory Paul, 404 

Weiher. Kenneth Edward. 191. 404 

WeiiarxJ. Stephen Cass. 227. 245 

Weinstern, Stanley Allan. 193. 432 

WeisC»rg. Edward Joseph, 142. 193. 359 

Weishaar, Stephen Ross. 179, 432 

Weismann, Paul Frarx:is. 182 

Weiss, Gladys August 

Weiss, William Joseph, 185. 379 

Weisz, Gideon 

Wellington, Beth Joar>ne, 432 

Wellman. Diane Jones 

Wellman. Becta Joy, 432 

Wellons. Clarence W III 

Wells, William C , Jr . 192. 359 

Welsh, Robert E 

Welter. Brian Frar>cis 

Werxaell. Patrcia B. 211. 379 

Wervder. Deborah Jean. 201. 379 

wergley, Aitjert Nash. 161, 175, 259. 359 

Werner, AjTdrew John, 432 

Weslay Foundation. 148 

wessel, David Lloyd. 193, 432 

West, George Thomas. 379 

West, Gerald M . 404 

West. Mary BlOtt. 213. 224, 432 

West, Mildred Barrett. 67, 83 

Westbrook. Purneii H 

Westenhaver. Douglas L 

Wester, Nancy Eugenia, 404 

Westjnlnatar Fellowship, 149 

Westmoreland. Dorothy Diar>e. 217, 237, 432 

Weston, William George, 96. 432 

Wethereil, Barbara A , 51, 83. 206. 404 

Wetherell, Col. Lewis G . 288 

Wetta. Daniel j 

Wharff. Joanne Burnett 

Wheeler, Laura Marie 

Wt^eeler. Thomas Earl 

Whalan. Mary Alice, 147. 209, 224. 432 

Whaidon. Susan Kay, 157, 379 

Whib*ey, Roderick Frank 

Wh«nan. OeviO A . 183, 245. 249. 404 

Whop. Prank Wilton. 432 

Wh.taker. Br>jce Wayne. 65 

Whitaker. Karen Gail, 50. 215. 379 

Whatcomb, Mariorie Le«, 432 



White, Allan Eugene, 225. 359 

White, Brian Ervm. 98. 157. 359 

White. Candacp Barres 

White. Carotyn'Marie, 433 

White. Craig Dennis 

White. Errmet Talmadge. Jf , 305. 307 

White. Gail Eve*yn, 196. 212. 359 

Whrte, Godw^ Thomas. 433 

White. Grady Spruce. 433 

White, irma Bno'-a, 433 

White. Patncia Lee 

WY^ite. Paul Richard. 404 

White. Robert Logan. 182 

Whitehead. Nancy Kirx:atd, 433 

WhitehursL Anne W., 202. 244. 359 

Whitehurst, Bdndge A . Jr , 190. 433 

Whiter«ck. Bruce G , 141. 186, 404 

Whitham, Clifford Michael, 433 

Whiting, Lawrence D ll. 183, 359 

Whitten, Steven Glynn. 433 

Whitworth, Sarxara E. 

Who's Who Ajnong Students m AmerKian Universities 

and Coueges. 164-167 
Whyte. James P . Jr . 302 
Whyte, Mary Arm. 87 
Wck. Rot>ert e.. Jr.. 304, 305 
Wckiey. Mark Anthony, 183. 379 
weboldt. Cynthia. SO, 87, 206. 250, 433 
Wiebddt, Thomas F , 250 
Wieland, Cass, 237 
Wierriann, Patrica Ann. 404 
Wiggins, Gene WiHiam 
Wiltorn, Irvin M . Jr . 261, 360 
Wilboume. Sara R . 50, 40d 

Wricox. Louis Kent 

Wilcox. Richard E 

Wild. Jor^than Forbes. 237, 252, 433 

Wild. Leslie Jear-. 203, 379 

Wildasin. George Michael. 433 

Wiley, Susan Mary, 433 

Wilkin. Alma L., 287 

Wilkins, Henry D , 269 

Wilkins. Walter Jon, 305, 307 

Wilkinson, Richard G , 252, 360 

Witlcox, Jule Maria 

WiHey. James Morse 

WILLIAM AND MARY REVIEW 230. 231 

Williams. Cecil Harvey 

Williams. Charles R. 
Williams. Connie Lou 
Williams. Donald L 
Williams. Empsy M , 404 

Williams. Gary SarxSers. 379 
Williams. Gayle Proctor. 360 
Williams. George David 
Williams. Gerry Thomas 
waiiams. James Lowell. 163, 379 
Williams. James Newton. 360 
Williams. Lesney Byrd 
Williams. Stanley B , 293 

Williams, Sue Rawis, 102. 203. 360 

Williams, WerKly, 200. 263. 433 

Williamson. Christopher Bemis, 224, 433 

Williamson. James Reid, 379 

Williamson. Joel Edward. 177, 404 

Willis. John H.. Jr. 

Willis, Durwood H. 

Willis, Robert Kent 

wiiioughby, Edward Osroe III, 433 

Wilson, Connie June. 210. 21 1. 404 

Wilson, Donnie Lee, 41. 189 

Wilson, James Thomas, 404 

Wilson, Janet Carol, 210, 433 

Wilson, Mark David, 175, 405 

Wilson, Michael Thofnas. 193. 433 

Wilson, Patrick Coale. 185, 405 

Wilson. Penelope Jar>e, 251. 433 

Wilson. Sandra Ann. 85. 40S 

Wilson. Stephen E,. 46, 242. 245 

WMson, Suzarin Ga'l, 224, 405 

Wilson, Wallace Lee, Jr 

Wiltrakis. Eileen Mary 

w«borr>e. Oaitxxne R , 405 

Wrichester. Sheila Ann. 160. 201. 360 

WrxJham. Robert Cratg. 232. 405 

WirxJom, Patricia Ann. 433 

Wifxlsor. Sarxjra Bair^, 145. 210. 433 

Wr>e. Cathy Eiteen, 200. 379 

Woeman, Miriam P . 215. 360 

Winfree. Lane, 204, 405 

Winfree, William A., 171. 192. 405 

Wing, Stephen John. 183. 245. 360 

Winn. Brian Scott 41, 405 

Winn, David Ervn 

Winston, Warren Bdndge, 45. 433 

Writer, Mark 

Winter, Rolf G. 

Wintnrop-Stgery. Rhett 

Wise, Steven Mark. 433 

Witcher, Kay Lynn 

Witack, Mary Catt>er«ie. 433 

Wftt Oavkl Lynwood. 360 

Witt. Keith Trower, 247, 379 

Witzig. Jorv> Francis 

WoMleben. John Aiarx 224. 379 

Wojcik. Frank J. 

WOFXJ, Stanley j . Jr . 186. 233. 245. 255. 256, 265, 
3GO 

Wdf, William Wadsworth 

womack. Steo»^n Lee, 196. 433 

Wommack Kathry" W.nsion 209. 433 

Women's Oormitory AssoclAtton. 244 

Women's Honor Coikk:!. 243 

Woman's Racrsation Association, 87 

Wonr^efl, Donn Thomas, 161, 164 183. 229. 241. 242. 
243, 259, 261. 360 



Wood. Canalyn Sue. 201, 405 

Wood. Edward M . 46, 61. 141, 163, 379 

Wood, Bizabeth Shell 

Wood, Jacoueime P 

Wood. James Thomas 

Wood, John Langiie 

Wood, Langiey H . 300 

Wood. Wiliam Henry. 405 

Woodard. Jams Gai, 433 

Woodford. Stephen Lee 

Woodl^f. Fredenck P in, 187. 224. 433 

Woodman, Susan Scruggs, 96 

Woodnjff. Albert C m, 304. 305 

woodruff. Ltrida Susan, 379 

Woods, Deborah Aiden. 160, 360 

woods, Jesse Fulton. 182. 433 

Woods, Mary James, 360 

Woodson. Am-ta Ruth, 206, 360 

Woodward, Cnartotte Waiker. 405 

Woodward, Mary Arm, 206. 237. 407, 433 

Woodward, Narx:y Hardmg, 211. 379 

Wooidndge, Robert Williams. Jr , 141. 182. 433 

Wooleyt^an. John C . 195. 405 

Wooten, Ann Mane, 211. 379 

Works. Robert F , 254, 262. 264. 360 

Worthirtgton. James M , 90 

Wrather. Nell Stark, 95, 129. 212. 262. 264, 379 

Wren, Jeffrey Morgan. 62. 63 

Wrestling. 64. 65, 66 

Wnght. Alfred Monroe. 433 

Wnght. Chnstopher 81. 405 

Wright. George R , 305 

Wright. Lirxla Shekel. 158. 361 

Wright. Martha Suzarvie. 433 

Wright. Pamela Jamerson. 361 

Wr^m. Sarah Nancy. 361 

Wright, William Louis. Jr 

Wukash Charles M . 288 

WurzC>acher, Mark Frednc 

Wyatt. SarvJers J . 98, 157. 405 

Wyatt. Susan Reynolds. 379 

Wynkoop, Mantyn Alice, 206. 405 

Wyrck. Loda Jeavie. 206. 223. 361 



Yager. Sharon Ann. 215. 361 

Yam. Ying.Yeung. 292 

Yartcey, George Oonis, 379 

Yarvrey. Marcia *-*e*er). 433 

Yates. Sharon Anr>e. 209, 433 

Yeack, Chnstir« Jane. 433 

Yeiser. Ted Martm 

Yim, Kalvin Wai Kin 

Yoffy. James S.. 163. 361 

YoTXJ, David Alan til, 45. 173, 433 

Yoksas, Alt>ert C , 195, 405 

Yonushonis, John M<:haei, 175. 379 

Young Americans for Freedom. 263 

Young Democrats. 264 

Yourig, John FaMey, 229, 254. 261. 263. 361 

Youhg, Marion K 

Young, Marttxa Goode. 213, 433 

Your>g Republicans. 265 

Young, Rchard Uoyd, 305. 405 

Your^BIOOd, Jane O , 361 

Yowan, Vivian D>ar^, 405 

Yowe*l. Martha Shearer, 154. 405 

Yowell, Mary Arvte 



Xhema, Gizabetr> Grav«s 



Zokarian. Gregory C. 181. 247. 379 

Zehmer. Lynn Cary 

Zemlv^. Jorm f>m^. 379 

Zenker. Sandra 

Zentner, Narxiy Case. 20S. 379 

Zepkn. J,R 

ZepU. Patncia L , 160, 361 

Zo*^. Carolyn Ruth. 379 

Zckefoose, Nancy Am 

Z4toni, Mary arm. 433 

Z»nermann R G . Jr . 379 

Zrnmer. wm<am Jonn. 189. 433 

Z*rvrmfTTwr<i. Carl M, 406 

Zo m ^errr^n LVSter. Jr , 175. 405 

Zrrvnerman. Walter S . 288 

Z«->ke, Kathleen O , 405 

Zoliir^er. J£ . 269 

Zutwr. Lrxla Jean. 211, 405 

ZuCker. Crwryi Rotwrts. 96. 201, 405 

Zuger, Peter AJbart. 141. 252. 379 

Zuk, Chnstopr>er Josepn. 433 

Zw«rdl<r«. Jeffrey M^haei. 305 

Zychowski. Thaddeus. 38. 41. 168. 361 



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