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ATHENS STATE COLLEGE
PROFESSOR JANET STEWART
February 17, 1994
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C. Randall Murphree
This 1967 Columns is dedicated to
the potential of Athens College . .
and to the potential of each one who labors here.
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In the perpetual search
for knowledge, for truth, for
personal fulfillment, one's college
is a cardinal mainstay . . .
and whatever the individual discovers and utilizes
is the cornerstone — indeed, the purpose — of the
Individual potential can perhaps best be
cultivated by employing a four-fold approach to life.
Such an approach includes development of potential
in four areas:
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The aim of the
individual should be to
equate each facet of
development . . .
so that he may achieve
the fulfillment of
a well-balanced life.
As the individual
develops his own
potential, so grows
"The tower of strength
That stood four-square
To all winds that blew."
Table of Contents
Student Government Association
May Queen and Court
The Spirit of AC
Who's Who Among Students
Frank N. Philpot
Dr. Frank Newton Philpot, a 1938 graduate of Athens College, re-
turned to Athens June 30, 1966, and assumed the reins of the presiden-
cy from Interim President, Dr. Guy E. Snavely. Dr. Philpot came to
Athens after a distinguished tour of teaching at several colleges and
universities around the United States. The President is noteworthy as
an example of the success of the Athens alumni, especially in the field
of education. Dr. Philpot received a master's degree from Auburn Uni-
versity and a doctor's degree from Columbia University.
Dr. Philpot brought his family with him to the President's Mansion at
21 1 South Beaty Street. He is married to Frances English Philpot, a na-
tive daughter of Athens. The Philpots have two sons, Kenneth Joe,
studying at Stanford, and Frank Allen who is enrolled at Vanderbilt.
The President's home is
often the scene of entertaining
for both faculty and students.
The annual New Students
reception is always well at-
tended. Dr. and Mrs. Bert
Hayes are being served by the
The First Family of Ath-
ens College. Dr. Frank N.
Philpot, Kenneth Joe,
Frank Allen, and Mrs.
Dean of the College
Dr. William R. Hauser serves as Dean of the College and Director of the newly
created Graduate Division in which a Master of Arts in Teaching or a Master of Busi-
ness Administration may be earned. Dr. Hauser's background is the ideal of all schol-
ars; he holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Denison University, a Master of Arts and
Doctor of Philosphy from the University of Pittsburgh. As Dean of the College for the
past several years, he has led the students to become sensitive to truths which are far
beyond the confines of any particular course of study.
DR. ROBERT B. deJANES
Dean of Student Personnel
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DEAN RUTH RANKIN
Associate Dean of Student Personnel
Office of Admissions
The staff meets with President Philpot
CURTIS D. COLEMAN
Asst. Director of Admissions
Director of Church Relations
BERVAL W. BENNETT
JOHN F. WALTERS
Director of Admissions
BOBBY RAY HICKS
Assistant Business Manager
Director of College Relations
CHARLES B, COOPER, JR.
N. T, ANDERSON
Instructor in Physics
Assistant Professor of Mathe-
JAMES E. BATHURST
Professor of Psychology
Head. Department of Psy-
OBA E. BELCHER
Associate Professor of Physical Education
Coach of Basketball
ANNETTE C. ASKEW
Assistant Professor of English
TERRY H. BAKER
Instructor in Mathematics
BARBARA J. BROOKS
Assistant Professor of Secre-
R. L. BRITTAIN
Professor of English
Acting Head. Department of English
RICHARD W. BRYAN
Professor of Business Administration
Chairman. Division of Business Administration
Assistant Professor, Physical Edu-
JAMES L. DAVIS
Associate Professor of Economics
Professor of Business Admin-
RICHARD W. COUCH
Professor of Biology
Head. Department of Biology
S. L. GREENWOOD
Professor of Modem Languages
MARGARET E. FOLEY
Professor of Modern Language
Professor of Mathematics
MORRIS C. HARWELL
Professor of History and Religion
Acting Chairman, Division of Humanities
DENNIS S. JOHNSON
Asst. Professor of Art
Head, Art Department
GEORGE F. KIRCHNER
Professor of Physical Education
Director, Physical Education and
PENNE J. LAUBENTHAL
E. DARBY MASON
Instructor in Science and Religion;
JOY M. KIRCHNER
Professor of Education
LARRY F. MAY
ELVA B. McLIN
Assistant Professor of English
RONALD C. McNUTT
Associate Professor of Chemistry
English, Biology Tutor
ACTON E. MIDDLEBROOKS
Professor of Rehgion
PAUL H. NEAL
Associate Professor of Speech
Assistant Professor of Social
Associate Professor of Physical
LORAINE B. PABST
Professor of History
BETTY B. ROGERS
Tutor in Modem Languages
DAVID L. ROSENAi;
Associate Professor of Business,
JOHN R. RUSSELL, III
Assistant Professor of Biology
LARRY A. SAUNDERS
Assistant Professor of English
ANATOL VON SPAKOVSKY
Professor of Humanities
J. H. SLATE
Assistant Professor of Education
JONATHAN D. ULRICH
Tutor in Chemistry
WILLIAM A. SHORT
Professor of Chemistry
Chairman, Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Director of Libraries
WILLIAM D. BELL
Associate Professor of History
MAX W. CAMP
Instructor in Music
EUGENIA P. FITCH
Instructor in Music
JEFFREY T. KING
Assistant Professor of Music
EDWARD B. KLINGMAN
Assistant Professor of Physics
Assistant Professor of Music
Head, Department o^ Music
Instructor in Music
EWELL M. SCOTT
Instructor in Music
CHARLES C. WEST
Associate Professor of Religion
LEOVIS C. WHITT
Instructor in History
Instructor in Physical Education
WILBUR D, WRIGHT
Instructor in Biology
A Tribute . . .
to 300 years of service.
The 1967 commencement exercises saw the end of professional careers for six of Athens
College's renowned professors. The retiring professors collectively have devoted more than
300 years to the education field. Now as they begin new lives their influence will reach even
farther. The faculty they are leaving and the students they have taught owe them a great debt.
It is with sincere gratitude that we wish for them many more years as fruitful as the ones they
have spent at Athens College.
Dr. Richard W. Bryan earned his Ph.D. from New York University 50 years ago. He has
been awarded membership in Who's Who in America and the Director of Scholars. At Ath-
ens College since 1958, Dr. Bryan was instrumental in organizing the M.A. in Business Ad-
ministration program. He and Mrs. Bryan will soon travel to Europe.
Professor of Religion and Philosophy, Dr. A. E. Middlebrooks will move to Montgomery to
pursue a planned program of resting and fishing. At Athens College 10 years, he has served as
head of the Department of Philosophy and Religion. Dr. Middlebrooks also has served a
number of pastorates in Alabama and Florida Methodist Churches.
Miss Hallie Carson worked as head librarian at AC for 10 years. She will return to her
home in Bristol, Virginia. Her time will be used to reestablish old friendships and for pleasure
reading — especially Gothic romances and detective stories.
Dr. S. L. Greenwood and Mrs. Greenwood left Athens bound for Chicago. The Professor
of Foreign Languages has a fluent command of some eight languages so he and his wife will
meet few barriers as they travel through Europe this summer. Dr. Greenwood is a 7-year vet-
eran at Athens College.
Dr. Herbert L. Hughes has been a college professor for 57 years. He is listed in Who's Who
in American Education, and this English professor's pet project is a study of the origin of his
native language. He has for years been a leading figure in Sigma Tau Delta, professional Eng-
lish fraternity, and has established a number of chapters on different college campuses.
Athens College's authority on Shakespeare, Miss Florence Steward, will live in Athens ex-
cept for occasional tours to Europe. She will continue her study of anthropology during her
travels and plans to again string her valuable violin which she plays for pure pleasure.
JUDY M. BAILEY
College Relations Office
Catalog and Order Librarian
ELIZABETH ELLIOT. Student Personnel Office
ANITA GREGG, Secretary to Dean of the College
Post Office Manager
JESSE B. HARGROVE
Secretary to the Education
Head Resident. East Dormi-
Head Resident. Sanders Hall
MARTHA A. PORTER
Secretary to the President
Dynamic Change Foreseen
in Student Government
Just as transition came in the physical plant
at Athens, and just as it came in the academic
curricula, so did it come in student affairs. The
Student Government Association, under the
leadership of president Harry Hepler, made
vast advances toward a more workable student
government. Often hindered by the out-dated
SGA Constitution, Hepler took action to cor-
rect many of its weaknesses. The result is a
totally new Constitution based on a totally dif-
ferent organizational structure. Mike Dixon,
the man who penned the new Constitution,
has been elected chief executive of the Student
Body for 1967-68. Dixon is certain to put the
new form of student government into full and
efficient operation faster than could any other
PRESIDENT, HARRY HEPLER
President Hepler (right) congratulates Dixon on
his election to the office of SGA President.
In the fall of 1966 the SGA, working
with a limited Student Activities Fund,
had to cut back the expected budgets of
virtually all student organizations. The
leaders planned minutely the steps they
were forced to take, and they performed
well while under fire from both their SGA
administrative advisers and their fellow-
To the credit of the 1966-67 Student
Government are a number of successful
dances, a better slate of big-name enter-
tainers for the student body, a more accu-
rate and comprehensive student hand-
book, and the new Constitution.
Senior Class Officers
James Foley, president
Emily Phillips, vice president
Ralph Austin, secretary
Jim King, treasurer
Suellen Austin, SGA representative
The Student Court rules on disciplinary matters that involve minor student offenses. Any
major offenses are considered by the court which then makes recommendations. All court de-
cisions are subject to approval by the office of student personnel.
Jim Miner, president
Linda Isbeli, VP
Mapy" McMunn, secretary
Dan Berry, treasurer
Barry Pope, SGA representative
Joe Varchi, president
Don Entrekin, VP
Priscilla Gossett, secretary
Judson Clem, treasurer
Bob Sticht, SGA representative
Peter Pape. president
John Jeffers. VP
Ellen Miller, secretary
Len Johnson, treasurer
Bob DeCurtis. SGA representative
Board of Student Publications
All student publications converge from their various channels to a
central authority — the Board of Student Publications. Serving on the
Board are student editors, faculty advisers, and selected personnel
from the College administration and faculty. This Board reviews and
considers all facets of student publications from financing to con-
tracts. Their decisions and recommendations weigh heavily upon all
College publications. Serving as chairman of the Board for 1966-67
was Professor Annette Askew.
All work that is done by a student staff is reviewed by the editor of
the particular publication and then passed by the adviser. Just as the
editor is responsible to his adviser, so is the adviser responsible to the
Board and its chairman. The major purposes of the Board are to coor-
dinate efforts, to avoid repetition and to assist in achieving the maxi-
mum results from all circumstances surrounding student publications.
Of chief concern to the Board this year has been the rapid growth of
the College and the obvious boundless potential that is beginning to
flower. A distinct effort has been made to convey in the student publi-
cations the feeling of renaissance that one experiences as he works on
The office of College Relations
(left) provides the setting for many
Through this office also pass all
official College news releases and
Members of the Board consult with Mr. Charles Cooper who will be chairman of the Joint Board — Pubhcations and Public Relations of SGA during
1967-68. Standing tlefi to right) are: Columns editor C. Randal] Murphree; Gyre adviser Professor Larry Saunders; Professor Loraine B. Pabst; Atheni-
an editor Walt Donegan; Columns adviser Professor Elva McLin; Board chairman Professor Annette Askew.
Professor Annette Askew. Chairman
Board of Student Publications
New Leaders Plan Ahead
Below are pictured the editors and business managers for the 1967-68 student publications.
Left to Right: Jerry Wenger, John
Lynch, Don Entrekin. Walt Donegan,
Don Pavne. Bob Brown.
Business Manager, Roger Kloepping
Editor, C. Randall Murphree
It takes many people to make a yearbook. These
pages picture and name only a few of those who
were of service in the compilation and publication
of this book.
Adviser Elva McLin consults Larry Saunders, adviser for the Gvre.
Walt Donegan. Editor
to the Editor
Dean William R. Hauser. Adviser
"O sages standing in God's holy fire
As in the gold mosaic of a wall.
Come from the holy fire, perne in a gyre"
W. B. Yeats
The campus literary magazine, the GYRE, was for-
mulated this year as a stimulus for excellence in crea-
The staff, under the advisership of Professor Larry
Saunders, published the first volume in May — anoth-
er step toward realizing the potential of Athens Col-
lege as an outstanding liberal arts college . . .
Editor; John Park
Business Managers: Don Entrikin and Pete LaFakis examine copy and cover designs.
GYRE staff: Jeff Dorfman. Nick Nicholson. Robert Brown. John Park. Don Entnkin and Pete LaFakis
A New Man: A New Inspiration
Dr. Philpot, (second from right) at the inaugural ceremonies
On May 6, 1967, almost one year after he had taken the presidential reigns of Athens College, Frank New-
ton Philpot was officially inaugurated as the 26th president of the College. Working dynamically for eleven
months. Dr. Philpot has already done much to improve the image of the College to which he is devoted. His
dedication to his position, to his College, and to his students is a great deal of the inspiration that has prompt-
ed Athens students to initiate a renaissance that will not be ended for several years to come. Not only has
great change come to the physical plant of the College; great change has come in student affairs as well.
Already students are showing more interest in Athens College than has ever been shown before. This new
dedication of efforts by all involved is the base upon which we safely may proclaim that the New Man has,
indeed, brought the New Inspiration.
Dr. Philpot receives congratulations from his wife
and his mother.
Anderson, R. Von
Austin, Ralph C.
Austin, Susan Ellen
Beach, James H. Jr.
Bennett, Berval W.
Brooks, David E.
Butts, Thomas E.
Covington. Virginia H.
Croomes, Betty H.
De Lorge, Ernestine
Fanning, Paul W.
Foley, James R.
In the class section of the 1967 Columns you will find what
we call "A Light-Hearted History of Athens College." This
"History" includes tales and legends concerning the heritage
of our school, as well as factual history; and in some cases the
two united. Some stories are backed up by actual evidence,
while some are pure hearsay, but our researcher found everv'
story that was used already in writing. We present these in an
abridged form, with a little editing and rewriting.
Though a few of the stories contained herein might not sat-
isfy Diogenes, all these accounts have something in common.
Each story has its little bonus in the legacy that is Athens Col-
lege, and the events and personahties depicted here have all
helped to shape the traditions of the campus.
Read on; immerse yourself in the rich heritage of our vener-
able college, and reflect upon the lofty ideals and the immense
debacles that have led the way to greatness!
The landmark of Athens College, Founders Hall, was constructed during
1843-44 from the plans of Hiram H. Higgins. architect. Funds were subscribed
by wealthy planters and other influential people who desired to educate their
daughters in institutions similar to those found in the East. The bricks for the
massive 24-inch walls were made from clay burned on the premises. The mortar
was of powdered limestone, made up and ripened for months before use. Some
of the masons were slaves of the area. The partition walls of the interior are of
solid brick. The interior window jambs are also unique in that they possess a
rarely found subtle swell. The present roof, replacing the original roof in 1892,
departed from the pure Greek form of the original, a serious error in design. The
new third floor added at the same time had undesirable room ventilation and
lighting defects. The board had not felt able to employ a good architect. All of
this interior work, so hastily completed in 1892. was torn out in 1905 and re-
placed under the direction of an architect — a comfortable and sanitary dormi-
tory corridor and ten or twelve bedrooms. The Ionic capitals and pilasters are of
pure design, a purity found in all interior and exterior use of the Ionic. The di-
rect plan of the original building, its good utilitarian interpretation — chapel,
study hall, eight lecture rooms and offices, with circulation provided in the
unique manner the old drawings show — make it a meritorious achievement
well worth our study today.
Freeman, Jerry D.
Hansen, Shirley Jensen
Hayes, Linda H.
Hicks, Vickie Parrish
Hodges, Margaret Nell
Jennings, Carolyn F.
Johnson, James B.
Johnson, Mary Elizabeth
Jones, Carol Gerbrick
Kimbrell, Coleman E.
Morgan, Mary Frances
Murphree, Charles Randall
Newman, Janet Lee
Nolen, John W.
The expansive history of Athens College can be traced back to the old LaG-
range College, La Grange, Alabama, which predates the 1822 founding of the
old Academy at Athens. It seems, from a booklet entitled The Story of Athens
College, that the present bell which we hear hourly, though housed in a new
tower ". . . came from La Grange College, first college in Alabama, and from
which Athens sprang."
The full meaning of this caption under the picture of the original bell tower is
hard to grasp. However, La Grange College, in Alabama, is famous as the first
college ever established within the bounds of the state, even antedating the Uni-
versity of Alabama.
At least two of the presidents of the College have had contact with the insti-
tute. Dr. R. H. Rivers, first president of the college, 1843-49, had also served as
president of La Grange College and Dr. M. G. Williams, president January
1885 — June 1892, was educated at the now extinct institute.
Otto. James Joseph
Plant. Weldon L.
Powell, James E.
Pressnell, Patricia Ann
Price, Thomas L.
Ramsey, Paul R.
Rhodes, Billy J.
Ryder, Michael F.
Sandlin, Bobby Jane
Segars, Thomas Harold
Shackelford, Jesse Jr.
Shipp, Bonnie J.
Sims, Sandra Hardwick
Smith, Glenn W.
Tharp, Peter James
In 1 822, the citizens of Athens united to form a school for the young ladies of
the community. The Athens Female Academy, a two-story frame building,
opened its doors just five years after the city of Athens became incorporated and
four years after the territory of Alabama was admitted into the Union as a state.
The Academy continued to educate the young women of the area until 1843. In
this year, the Female Institute of the Tennessee Annual Conference of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, South, superseded it. The name of the school was
changed to Athens Female College when the northern part of the state was cut
from the Tennessee Conference, and the Alabama Conference came into exist-
Later on. when the North Alabama Conference of the Methodist Church was
organized, the name was again changed, this time to Athens College for Young
Women. Although the college had been connected directly with the Methodist
Church since 1843. it was not until 1893 that the school received its first money
from the Conference. The money came from an assessment amounting to
$517.22 and the money has come annually since then in increasing amounts as
the need has increased. In 1931. the college became co-educational and the
words "for Young Women" were dropped from the name. Since the last name
change, the innovation of co-education has caused the ratio of men to women at
Athens College, the once all-female populated school, to change drastically to
approximately six men for each girl!
Weaver, Terry Gene
Welch, Johnny L.
Williams, Nancy Joann
Zerger, Carolyn A.
Zuercher. Marie Adair
Addams, Michael E.
Ader, Carol Jean
Bailey, Judy M.
Baker. William B. Ill
Barnett, Charles K.
Beasley, Joel A.
Belew. Thomas R. Jr.
Belfatto, John Jr.
Bennett, Dan E.
Bennett, Jean Brown
Berryhill, Bobby Raye
Bickell, Stephen C.
Bobo, David L.
Briscoe, Joseph M. Jr.
Brown, Craig M.
In 1858 Mrs. J. Hamilton Childs, vice-president of the Huntsville Female College, ap-
plied for the opening of president at Athens as advertised by the trustees. She became
President of the Institute under a five-year lease, typical of the times, assuming an $836.7 1
indebtedness and a rental of $300 annually in addition. Under these contracts, the Presi-
dent leased the facilities from the Board and paid a rental fee for its use; the expenses of
upkeep and for a faculty came from the tuition and other monies. The profits and losses
were to be the President's. Mrs. Childs took over a building that had been in use for 16
years, that had never been completely furnished, not even dorms. The furniture was usu-
ally furnished by the President, who took his personal possessions with him when he left.
The building had had few repairs made on it during its years of operation.
"Madam" Childs, as the students and friends always called her, was a woman of wealth
and excellent taste. With her personal, handsome furniture and other beautiful accessories
she transformed the bare halls of the Institute until it compared favorably in beauty and
comfort with the best schools of the East.
Furniture for the Institute was never purchased until 1893, when Dr. V. O. Hawkins
made a trade with Toadvine Furniture Company of Birmingham, Alabama, placing a
heavy financial strain on the College.
BuUard, Larry G.
Butler, James H.
Butts, Linda S.
Caracappa, Joe S.
Cemak, John T.
Chaney, Judy Lynn
Claborn, Jerry D.
Clem, Carolyn Faye
The legend that Founders Hall was saved in 1862 by Madam Childs seems to have been
manufactured by an over-zealous minister-writer of some 1 5 or 20 years ago. At that time
AC was not experiencing the growth it is now and a representative of a nationally circulat-
ed church paper paid the school a visit — probably more by chance than design, and in a
subsequent issue of his publication, 'The College That Lincoln Saved" appeared. The au-
thor told of a scorched-earth policy of Union soldiers and by mid-morning of May 2, 1862,
our dreamer had a detachment of blue coats ride up to Athens College and strike hysteri-
cal fear in the hearts of the young female students. So, after reassuring her charges.
Madam J. Hamilton Childs, president of the institution, native of Maryland, former resi-
dent of Pennsylvania, friend of VIP's in Washington, and once possible object of a West
Point Freshman named U. S. Grant, strode out into the yard and regally presented a letter
from out of the folds of her skirts to the commanding officer of the anxious troops. He
read it, drew up at attention and saluted her. Without another word, he retreated, ordering
a battery on the campus to allow no harm to come to the school. The writer of the article
says that when quizzed, "Madam" would only reply, "I had a letter from Abraham Lin-
coln." Some say it was an unanswered love letter from Freshman Grant. The conclusion is
that no evidence of any such document has ever existed, and that no students of 1862 ever
mentioned the happening, and no one in Athens ever heard of the incident until the ap-
pearance of "The College That Lincoln Saved."
Coben, Larry E.
Collins, Robert D.
Confer, Nelson E. M.
Delmonico, Eugene Jr.
DiLemmo, Joseph A. Jr.
Dixon, Michel L.
Dollins, Robert B.
Duke, William A.
Fehr, Robert F. Jr.
Feldman, Jack R.
Fisher, Judy Kay
Form, Bruce M.
Forst, Alan Niel
Foy, Raymond A.
It seemed to be, in pre-war as in post-war times, the practice of students to arrive at the
college whenever it suited their convenience. The newspapers of the period constantly re-
ferred to the enrollment at the opening, predictmg that it would increase as the term ad-
Mollie Johnston of Dardanelle, Arkansas, who arrived at the college late in the term of
1 866-67, excitedly wrote impressions of the school to her mother. "I think Mrs. Childs wiU
be a mother." She described the college as a "building three stories high, (with) two par-
lors, reception hall, bedroom for company, and the chapel are on the first tloor. On the
second floor are the music room . . . classroom for the preparatory department opposite,
then study-hall in which plays are recited. Lastly on this floor are Madam's room and a
bedroom occupied by 6 or 8 girls. On the third floor are 4 bedrooms, and a long hall in
front of them. Three are occupied, four girls to each one . . . There are about twenty
boarders and some forty pupils altogether. There are four pianos and an organ." MoUie
also told her mother that in no school that she had ever attended was the Bible used so
much as at Athens. She further described the subjects that had no teachers, such as mod-
ern languages, drawmg and oil-painting. The rules of the school were evidently lax. for
the complaint was made that there was too much noise for study. The food was good but
lacked much in variety. (Cont'd.)
Gillson, William H.
Glasscox, Ellie B.
Glover, W. F.
Goodman, A. E.
Green, Donald T.
Guilford, William J.
Mollie Johnston's Christmas dinner came in mid-afternoon and began "with a glass of
blackberry wine and our plates were helped to pork and turnips, turkey & raisin dressing,
mashed up Irish potatoes and corn bread, then clean plates helped to plum pudding with
rice sauce." Mollie roomed alone and wrote of her accommodations, "My bed stands in
the middle of the floor. Madam seems scarce of bed-clothes, but between hers and those
belonging to the girls I think we will have enough to keep us warm through the winter, a
shuck mattress with a cotton pad over it, a pair of sheets, blanket, two comforters, snuff
colored spread, and a couple of pillows, this completes the furniture of my low poster bed-
stead on casters; when I want for cover I will go to Madam. Our two rooms have no carpets
on the floors, it is so cold to dress on the bare floor. I asked Madam for a piece . . . which
she gave me ... I have it now between the bed and a little table on which is one of those
little looking glasses in a frame with a drawer beneath, ... a small writing desk ... an iron
chair . . . little split bottomed chair ... & a little box in which I keep my shoes, this com-
pletes the present arrangement of my room."
In cold winter the students ran to the study hall to dress by the stove & study till 7:00
a.m. for breakfast. The students all bathed on Friday night in the study hall where the
servants brought all the necessities. Mollie complained of a cold buUding because of her
Harrelson, Lou Ann
Harris. George F.
Hatfield, J. E.
Hepler, Harry H.
Hill, Larry D.
Hill, Timothy W.
Hilton, Mary Frances
Jamison, David A.
Johnson, H. Joe
Jones, Dennis R.
Kelly, William J.
Le Shaw, Lance
Madam Childs was held up as an example of a superior teacher and a scholar, with dig-
nity and traditional good manners. Parents were urged to send their daughters to the
school even for one term, if they wanted them improved and moulded by good associa-
tions and surroundings. Toward the end of the administration, she was highly praised by
Rev. Wm. M. Green, minister of the local Methodist Church, for her contributions to the
college and town, "Should you visit Athens . . . you will be refreshed and compensated by
a visit to the Institute — the oasis of this desolate region . . . The building, by the energy
and care of its superintendent — Mrs. Childs — has been preserved; for some distance in
front is lined with conch shells, 'that still sing the sea." You will be impressed by the great
white columns, that seem as sentries. Statuary, and whatever else is fit to adorn, grace the
recess. We enter the parlor and sitting-room, and are bewildered with beauty and elegance
. . . The chapel is a gem, tastefully, but not extravagantly furnished, the walls are decorat-
ed with landscape paintings; a sweet-toned organ assists us in our devotions ... In the
study hall are nice cages containing canary birds that enliven the weary hours of study
with songs. The whole building, in neatness, if not in elegance, is in keeping with the
apartments that I have mentioned. The hand of Mrs. Childs placed these beauties here;
her taste arranged them, and her care preserved them. We owe her a debt of gratitude."
MacKnight, Richard A.
Merritt. Walter J.
Minetti, Edward J.
Mozolie, John Paul
Neustein, Monroe L.
Owens, Norman V.
Pape, Peter G.
Parton, Harvey L.
Payne, Donald R.
Penchosky, Alfred J.
Poe, James C.
Prater, James R.
Price, Peter P.
Mrs. Childs had come to North Alabama from Maryland in 1840. and in 1852 had
opened an academy for girls in Huntsville. She came to Athens with sixteen years of
teaching and administrative experience. Her eleven-year term as president, which ended
in 1869 in a dispute with the Board over an account of several thousand dollars for repairs
and furniture for Founders, was the most troubled period of the school's history. She had
some Unionist sympathy and she found the people of North Alabama far from unani-
mous in their support of secession. Athens, itself, was onlv mildly in favor of the Confed-
eracy. .'\nd one Athenian seated at the Secession Convention of Alabama, wrote regarding
the destruction of the Union. "We have met for the last time under the government of the
United Slates. I have no language to express my feelings when the new flag w-as unfurled
in the Capitol, to see a large crowd of both men and women transported with joy at such
an event, without seeming to have regret for the old stars and stripes, was to me the most
soul-sickening spectacle I ever witnessed in all my life." A second representative wrote.
"Well, ihe deed is done. That old banner . . . has been ruthlessly torn from its moorings . . .
and we are adrift without chart to guide us through the deep . . .
Yet. though such men were divided in their sympathies, thev threw their support behind
the South and are today equally proud of their American and their Southern heritage.
The minutes of a Call meeting of the Board of Trustees on Sept. 12. 1895, seem to
threaten the legend of continuous operation of Athens since 1 822. At the meeting held in
the office of W. T. Sanders. Chairman of the Board; Dr. V. O. Hawkins. President of Ath-
ens Female College, made the announcement that the attendance for the fall was not suf-
ficient to make the school self sustaining and in view of the fact that he was already finan-
cially embarrassed he saw no way he could continue the school and the only course open
was to disband the students, .^fter discussion Dr. Hawkins was instructed to consult with
the faculty to see if satisfactory arrangements could be made and report back at 1 :00 p.m.
to an adjourned meeting. At 1 :00 o'clock Dr. Hawkins appeared before the Boaj'd and no-
tified them he had assembled the pupils and teachers in the chapel, had explained the
situation to them and had disbanded the school by official announcement. He then ten-
dered his resignation, "To the Honorable Board of Trustees of Athens Female College —
Opening with a school not self sustaining. I herewith tender my resignation as President of
said institution. V. O. Hawkins" At another call meeting on Oct. 10, 1 895. Dr. Z. A. Parker
was unanimously elected as new President and began that day. On June 1, 1896 Dr. Par-
ker presented at the Annual meeting 12 names of young women on whom degrees had
been conferred. These facts do support, however, the statement that a class has received its
parchments each year since 1846, when first degree granted.
Rafanello, Robert A.
Randolph, Jimmy C.
Reiley, John R.
Salek, Larry J.
Schmoldt, Bruce A.
Simmons, Robert B.
Slattery, Bart John
Small, Joseph H.
Smith, Carol Marie
Speziale, A. J.
Swain. G. Michael
Thompson, E. J.
Tuve, Alfred M.
Usery, David Neal
Varchi, A. Joseph
Volman, Joseph R.
Von Tobel, Carl
Whisenant, Jo Ann
Wilson, Clarence T.
Yannett, Charles M.
Ziselman, Stephen Roy
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Walt Blanton, Manager
The College Physical
directs a wide variety of
intramural activities in
the athletic field. Includ-
ed are football, basket-
ball, Softball, badmin-
ton, volleyball, and ten-
Another facet of the
over-all intramurals pro-
gram deals with such
competition as chess and
Every student is eligi-
ble to participate in the
program and is encour-
aged to match his skills
and talents against oth-
ers in an organized pro-
gram of good sports-
The Intramurals As-
sociation, a student or-
ganization, is responsi-
ble for scheduling, scor-
ing, and recording all in-
for 1966-67 was Wah
Blanton. Chairman of
the Women's Division
was Carol Smith, and
Jimmy Hester was the
Men's Division Chair-
The Gym Bleacher Fund Commit-
tee is a student organization responsi-
ble for the raising of money to pay for
bleachers which were installed in the
new gymnasium two years ago. Chair-
man of the group for 1966-67 was Jim
Melinda Hobbs. Linda Mayes. Jim Miner
Women's Intramurals: Mary Ann Anderson, Catliy Purdy, Randy Douglierty, Pat Buchanan, Carol Smith, Lori Keech, Barbara
Plummer, Karmyn Tipps.
Members of the P.E. Club support the Red Cross Blood Drives on campus. Here, they pose beside a poster prepared to publicize one of the drives. Dr. Patterson
( fourth from right ) commends them for their work. Pictured above (from left) are: Carol Wilson, George Harris, Janet Newman, Dr. Patterson, Miss Nazaretian,
Nancy Renn, and Hal Swarlz.
The P.E. Club is a student organization of those physical
education majors and minors who join together in an effort to
gain more from their studies in the area. The club often spon-
sors special projects and programs for the benefit of the Physi-
cal Education Department. This year one of their greatest
contributions was the management of the concession stand at
home basketball games.
Miss "N" gives some on-the-spot pointers to P.E.
The addition of soccer to the AC
athletic program was a welcome one.
Much interest has been expressed in
the new sport and it thrived well as a
varsity sport, for a first-year effort.
The team is pictured below with coaches. Father Timothy Hill (left)
and Fred Kirchner.
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The Bears got the season off to a slow start
with 4 wins and 5 losses before the Christmas
holidays. Hampered by illness and injuries,
the team made use of the holidays to prepare
for their magnificent march to the end of the
Beginning in January the Bears went on the
rampage with a winning streak of seventeen
straight games. Their outstanding record will
be a hard performance to out-do for Bears in
future years. Besides setting a school record
for games won in a row, the individual mem-
bers broke several records on their climb to the
It is not surprising that such a team walked
away with the Alabama Collegiate Conference
Lynn Holladay has com-
piled a most impressive record
as a basketball star at AC.
Among his honors are an hon-
orable mention on the 1966
Ail-American Team and a
school record for the most total
points scored during his play
here. At right, Holladay expe-
riences the feelings of a coach
as he shares the drama on the
bench at a freshman game.
A Coach smiles on "his" day
The spirit of the crowd sets the pace for the evening
The new hear stood bravely through its first winter on the
A hard-fought game brings many anxious moments
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Suspense makes the game more exciting
The '66-'67 Record: 24-6
The Athens College Boosters Club plans (above) with Coaches the year's program for the Club. The largest project
undertaken — the purchase of a new bus for the Physical Education Department — was a tremendous boost to the
athletic program. The varsity teams were often hindered by lack of transportation; the dignified old "Blue Goose"
had just about rolled its last miles when the new bus came on the scene. First official use of the new bus was for the
"A" Club's spring fishing trip to Florida.
No. 50 — a familiar jersey in classic form.
No. 50 Does It Again!
Not only did Lynn HoUaday break an Athens College
scoring record. Not only did he win the 1966 Jim Beasley
Trophy for the Most Valuable Player on the team. Not
only did he win Little Ail-American honors in 1966. And
not only did he rack up numerous All-tourney and All-
conference honors. As a climax to his exciting college ca-
reer in basketball, Holladay was a member of Gulf Oil
Company's All-Star Basketball Team which toured South
America and the Carribean for six weeks this spring. He
has most recently been invited to join the same team on a
three-month European tour this fall.
Holladay departs for South America.
Norris Breaks Record
Ronnie Norris broke the AC record for
rebounds brought down from the board.
The photographer caught Norris at his
usual task of guarding the goal rebounding
Norris was chosen to receive the Jim
Beasley Trophy for the most valuable
player on the squad for 1966-67.
Jim Beasley congratulates Norris upon his win
ning the MVP Trophy.
E. J. THOMPSON
Mitts, Martin, Coach Kirchner, Ball, Mengelson
Baseball 1967 Adds a
from the Athens College athletic
program, baseball made a return
this spring. The Bears fought an
up-hill battle on the diamond with
a 2-12 season. With interest reviv-
ing in this popular spring sport, we
see another field for developing
the potential of our first-rate Ath-
ens College physical education
Coach lends a hand markine the field.
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Coach Max Wilson sees a great opportunity for baseball to be-
come an integral part of the AC varsity program.
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The Athens College Music Department has made a
great contribution to the cultural development of the Col-
lege and community. Under the direction of Harry Moon,
the Chorale has traveled widely in the area, presenting a
select program of music to many people. Concerts on the
campus are always something to look forward to, for the
Music Department is staying abreast of the great renais-
sance of the College. The potential in this area is un-
bounded, for as each individual cultivates his personal tal-
ents, the entire Music Department grows.
CHORALE PERSONNEL: First Row: Bob Stiles, Emily Phillips. Cliff Blair, Steve O'Rourke, Phyllis Mahon, Ricky Glasser. Second Row:
Traudel von Spakovsky, Bill Steele. Molly Hudson, Tim Hill, Charlene Hudson. Third Row: Lynn Bowar, Richard Bowar, Ann Butler, Eric
Pierson, Anita Raby, Ben Graham
The Chorale prepared a special program of music for presentation during
the President's Inaugural Week-end.
A Christmas Dinner and Concert presented by the Madrigal was enjoyed
by many students. The successful evening was well-attended in the cafeteria.
Left to Right: Creigh Yarbrough, Todd Moore, Pat Fitch, Harry Moon, Gloria Kyle, Jeffrey King, Mary Frances Morgan, Ralph D'Avanzo.
The Men's Glee Club is open to all men on
the faculty of the College as well as the student
body. The group is designed for those who
enjoy participating in music. During the year
they presented a number of concerts on and
off the campus, including a spring convocation
The Music professors talk it over.
Firsl Row: Mr. King, Ricky Glasser, Steve Yarborough, Eric Pierson, Roy Turner, Mr. Scott. Second Row: Cliff Blair, Jeff
Bayne, Mr. Gordon, Steve Dekle, Mr. Bell. Third Row: Ben Graham, Bill Steele. Dr. Hayes, Tim Hill, Mr. West.
Through special efforts of the Music Departments many programs are sponsored that include talented musicians outside our own
College. Mr. Moon performs (above) with some of Huntsville's outstanding musicians.
Many students are given the op-
portunity to develop special talents
by performing in smaller music
Pi Tau Chi National
Convention at Athens
Preparing for the National Convention are Dr. Pabst (faculty adviser), Janet Newman (secretary). Buck Goyer (president),
and Larry Home.
Rev. Mr. West
Pi Tau Chi, the National Honorary Society in Religion, held its national
convention on the Athens College campus in April. The society is designed
chiefly to award recognition to those students, professors, or other College
personnel who have made outstanding contributions to the religious life on
the campus, in the community, or in the church. At the 1967 convention two
Athens College members. Miss Angeline Nazaretian and Tommy Butts, were
elected to national offices. Both hold vice-presidencies of the national organi-
zation for the 1967-68 year.
Local Chapter members pose during the convention for a picture.
LOCAL CHAPTER MEMBERS:
Methodist Student Movement
The Methodist Student Movement
is organized to help Methodist stu-
dents form associations with each
other and with the Methodist Church.
The group sponsors a number of proj-
ects during the year and has weekly
Pictured at right are: Ernest Martin,
Jerry Gray, Wannell Mitchell, Jean-
ette Osterheld, Gail Moldenhaur, Don
Stone, Jeff Bayne, Ann Farley, and
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Religious Emphasis Week
Larry Home (left) and Tommy Butts (right) confer with Dr. Stokes.
During Religious Emphasis Week students are given opportunity to attend symposiums, panel dis-
cussions, and private conferences with a guest who spends the week on campus. The Student Chris-
tian Association sponsors the week and this year they brought to Athens Max Stokes, a noted religious
leader and minister in the area. Dr. Stokes spoke at several college convocations and conducted his
conferences however students requested of him. The Student Christian Association is to be com-
mended on the outstanding work they did in preparation and presentation of the week.
Guests at convocation during Reli-
gious Emphasis Week were the
Chandler Choraliers from the
theological seminary at Emory
University in Atlanta.
A New Chapel Will Serve All Faiths
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The enlarging and remodeling of the College prayer chapel has been a major project of the Student Chris-
tian Association. The work of this organization is paralleling the growth of the College itself The drawings on
these two pages show how the chapel will appear when completed. Before the end of the year it was already
occupied. Other projects sponsored by the Student Christian Association include weekly vespers programs
on Wednesday and Morning Watch devotionals each week-day morning. The election of Mr. and Miss
Friendship (chosen by the entire student body) is oriented and sponsored by the SCA. A Christmas party to
collect gifts for children at the Selma Orphanage and an annual Easter Sunrise Service are also on the SCA
Calendar each year. The 1967 Religious Emphasis Week is one of the major projects of the SCA, which pre-
pares and presents the week-long program each spring at the College. Participation in the SCA activities is
open to all Athens College students and those who attend the weekly vespers service are considered active
members, as they conduct the business of the organization at Wednesday evening meetings.
The students pictured here
are leaders in SCA activities.
They include: Jeff Bayne. Er-
nest Martin. Gail Molden-
haur. Tommy Butts, Wannell
Mitchell. Jerry Gray, Ann
Farley, Jeanette Osterheld,
and Don Stone.
SCA OFFICERS: Tommy Butts, president; Vickie Hicks, vice-president; Ann Farley, secretary; Steve Wunderlich, treasurer;
Norma Dann, publicity chairman.
Student Christian Association
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SPOON RIVER ANTHOLOGY
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Craig Reinhart. Ricky Glasser, Dee Archer. Katherine Lloyd, Bill Kelly, Lynda Malkin, Kris Brown, Don Stone
"There was no culture vou know in Spoon River.'
"How would you like to create a sun And the next day have the
worms crawling in and out between your fingers?"
I don't hear a thing!
Watch out below!
Athens College Players
Athens College Players completed a successful season, pro-
ducing three major plays and an evening of one-act plays.
Reorganized by Professor Patricia Edwards, the Players
opened the season with the much acclaimed THE GLASS
MENAGERIE. The next production, the evening of one-acts,
was unusual in that every play was entirely directed by a stu-
dent. The third, LITTLE MARY SUNSHINE, a parody on
hearts-and-flowers operettas, delighted the audience as did
the season closer, THE FANTASTICKS, which had been the
longest-running play in off-Broadway history. As a post-
season bonus, the acting class presented the unforgettable
SPOON RIVER ANTHOLOGY.
Without the strong support of Professor R. L. Brittain, act-
ing head of the English Department, the success of the season
would not have been possible. The Players also thank faculty
directors Professor Edwards, Professor Larry Saunders, and
Instructor Penne Laubenthal; student directors Larry Lovela-
dy, Charla Lawrence, and Anita Raby; choreographers Trau-
del von Spakowsky and Mickie Guemarin; costumers Profes-
sor Elva McLin and Instructor Betty Rogers; and the student
technical crew under the direction of Dick Jones.
The motto of the Players for next year is: You ain't seen
Hup, two, three, four!
The mute talks
And furthermore . .
Athens Theatre Season
Three exceptional plays were presented this year. The season was kicked
off by the emotion-charged THE GLASS MENAGERIE, followed by the
popular LITTLE MARY SUNSHINE, and the theater-in-the-round produc-
tion of THE FANTASTICKS.
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The Glass Menagerie
Tennessee Williams' stirring drama of love which
cannot communicate was well received by Athens au-
diences. Two casts alternated during the week of per-
formances, both arousing deep audience emotion.
Laura, PRISCILLA GOSSETT, examines her glass collection, her
A toast to happiness and a little bit of good fortune by Amanda.
Curtain call for the Gentleman Caller, FRED CHILBER CHILBERG; Tom, BILL
KELLY; Amanda, PAMELA STEWART: and Laura. PRISCILLA GOSSETT
VICKI HICKS as the mother who once had 17
gentleman callers, and the lonely Laura
Corporal Billy, LARRY LOVELADY, and Naughty Nancy, JUDY
WHISENANT, disucss her fidehty
Mme. Ernestine, VICKI HICKS, and Little Mary Sunshine, PAME-
LA STEWART, enjoy the merry party
Captain "Big Jim' Warnnglon. BOB
COLLINS, portrays the hero who
charms Little Mary
Mme. Ernestine and Little Mary comfort Chief
Brown Bear, DICK FAIRCHILD
Evil Yellow Feather. JOHN
WALSH, plays the shell
>'oung ladies grieve at the thought of danger for forest rangers: Pete; Buster. CRAIG
BROWN; Tex, RICHARD McKNIGHT; Hank, PETE LANIER
from Eastchester Finishing School play croquet - Gwendolvn. MARY ANN ANDERSON; Mabel. PAT
Maude, CAROL ADER; Cora, KATHERINE LLOYD; Blanche. PAM PRESTON; and Henrietta. NAN
The young ladies sing "Dear Uncle, we accept' to Uncle Oscar, RALPH D' AVANZO
Do I look ravishing - like Mata
Enjoy yourselves; be selfish!
The Sprite, PRISCELLA
GOSSETT, gets the play
Stouthearted is the forest ranger; he's a scout!
El Gallo, PAUL TALARICO, challenges the audience to
Try to remember . . .'
Larry Lovelady and John Lynch express trauma
The FANTASTICKS, a parable of love, emerged
from a stormy background as a delightful piece of es-
capism . . . and made a great step forward for the Ath-
ens Theatre players
The Old Actor, BILL QUADE, and The Man Who Dies. DICK JONES, prove
jacks-in-the-box discovered by The Mute, LINDA MALKIN
Tm dying, Mortimer
The boy, Craig Reinhart, and the girl, Katherine Lloyd, fall in love
You plant a radish and you get a radish. Fathers find that planting progeny is often hodge-
podgeny. The mute remains mute
ound and round neath the magic spell
Linda Malkin. Dick Jones, Larrv' Lovelady, Craig Reinhart. Kathenne Lloyd, John Lynch, Bill Quade. Front: Ballerina
Traudel von Spakowsky and Paul Tallerico
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Athens Theater Season
Behind the scenes activities
Cast and technical crew relax after the closing performance
John Walsh applies make-up for Pete Lanier
Nan Johnson, Pam Preston, and Jim Poe check their costumes i
Dress rehearsal activities
The Spirit of AC . . .
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The spirit of AC —
intangible force in the
life of the student
Yet, everyone who
enters the campus
can feel its presence.
The Spirit is
composed of a
vidual spirits . . .
a thousand individuals held
fast together by bonds of
mutual interest and respect.
The Spirit of AC
is laughter . . .
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it is comedy.
it is inquiry
it is not
The Spirit is being in a crowd . . .
Even before the
trees bud there
is a sign of spring.
or being alone,
Whatever the Spirit of
Athens College evolves into,
it owes its existence to the
Spirit of the individual being.
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Each year a couple is chosen to rep-
resent the essence of spirit at Athens
College. This couple epitomizes the
student of Athens College. Elected by
the student body as Mr. and Miss Ath-
ens College were Mary McMunn and
Randall is a senior majoring in Eng-
lish. His home is Oneonta, Alabama.
Randall's honors include editor for the
annual, past president of Pi Kappa
Phi, Phi Mu Man of Carnation, mem-
bership in Who's Who, and president
of Sigma Tau Delta.
Mary is a French and education
major. An Athens resident, she is also
a senior. Mary is past president of Phi
Mu, and was named a member of
Who's Who. Miss Greek 1966, Reb-
Belle, Circle-K favorite, and May
Queen for 1967.
Founders Court 1966
The Founders Court is composed of co-eds whom
the student body chooses as most representative of the
ideal spirit of Athens College. The girls thus honored
are not only beautiful, but they also are talented and
dedicated to the principles and ideals of the students
whom they represent.
Janet Newman, 1966 Founders Queen, is pictured
below with her Court, (1. to r.) Norma Dann, Vickie
Hicks, Queen Janet, Nancy Shannon, and Priscilla
Queen Janet Newman
Janet has rightfully earned her title because of her
zeal for being a dedicated student and friend. A Zeta
Tau Alpha Sorority officer, she has been 1965 "Miss
Friendship," in the 1965 Founders Court, and sweet-
heart of Rho Alpha Omega fraternity. A Birmingham
senior, she majors in physical education and is Student
Government treasurer. She also works in MSM, SCA,
Pi Tau Chi and is listed in Who's Who Among Stu-
dents in American Universities and Colleges.
Mr. and Miss Friendship
The Mr. and Miss Friendship contest is sponsored by the Student Christian
Association. They are selected by the Student Body as the boy and girl who
best exemplify the spirit of friendship and congeniality which characterizes
Athens College. Mary North, a sophomore, is a member of Phi Mu Sorority.
Len Johnson, a freshman, is a member of Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity.
90 Honors Presented on Awards Day
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Honored for maintaining the highest scholastic averages in their respective classes were Don Payne, freshman; Lucy Hughes and John Lynch,
sophomore; Pat Tiller, senior; and Patricia Porterfield, junior. Pictured with them are Academic Dean Hauser and President Philpot.
Posing with Dr. Philpot and Dean Hauser after receiving the award for highest academic achievement m their divisions are Barry Pope,
natural sciences; Tommy Butts, humanities; Pat Giles, both social sciences and education; and Wayne Cutchens, business administra-
Ann Butler and Drew Lemsky accept the Nazeretian Award from Miss Nazeretian. The Award is presented each year to the senior
woman and man who have exhibited the most outstanding qualities of service to the College. The recipients are chosen by the College
faculty and staff.
The French students of Miss Foley announced
the establishing of the Foley French Award to be
presented annually to an outstanding French stu-
dent. Miss Foley was given a plaque to comme-
morate the occasion.
Bill Chittenden admires the trophy presented to
him for Rho Alpha Omega Fraternity. The award was
made by Zeta Tau Alpha; called the "Spirit Award," it
is presented each year by the sorority to the fraternity
on campus who has shown the most spirit in partici-
pating in all campus activities during the preceding
Phi Mu Sorority (below) was the winner of the Pan-
hellenic Cup for all-campus activities. President Paige
Thompson holds the loving cup. The Panhellenic
Scholarship Plaque for the sorority with the highest
academic average was also earned by the Phi Mus.
The Scholarship Plaque is held by Vice-president
Don Entrekin, Alpha Tau
Omega president, (far
right) announced the es-
tablishment of a Danny
Rollins Memorial Award
in memory of the fraterni-
ty's late brother. The Rol-
lins family watches as En-
trekin presents the award
to Mr. Jim Beasley.
Who's Who Among Students
Universities and Colleges
Students are chosen for this honor because of their out-
standing academic record as well as their participation in cam-
pus activities. Also considered is the student's promise of fu-
ture usefulness to society.
Paul Fanning served as Circle K and Junior
Class V.P., Student Court Judge, and Presi-
dent of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity.
James Foley is Senior Class President, ^/Ae-
nian staff member, and is in Alpha Tau
Omega Fraternity and the Interfraternity
Ellie Glasscox, a varsity baseball player, is
president of the "A" Club and a member of
the Student Court.
Vickie Hicks has been COLUMNS beauty
and a member of Founders and May Courts.
She is an SCA officer and a member in Sigma
Tau Delta and Pi Tau Chi honoraries.
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Glenda Holladay, a junior, has been a dormitory
proctor. Elections Committee chairman. May Court
member; she is SCA, MSM and Pi Tau Chi honorary.
Lynn Holladay was named honorable mention on
the 1966 All-American Basketball Team. He is a
member of Sigma Tau Delta honorary English frater-
Linda Isbell has been on the COLUMNS staff, a
dormitory proctor, a junior class officer, and is in Phi
Mu Sorority. She was first president of Panhellenic
Carol Gerbrick Jones has worked on the Elections
Committee, as Student Personnel secretary, and as
head resident of Naylor Hall.
James King is treasurer of the Senior Class,
vice-president of Rho Alpha Omega Fraterni-
ty, and in the IFC. He has worked in MSM
and SCA, and is in Sigma Tau Delta and Pi
Mary McMunn is a Junior Class officer,
member of COLUMNS staff and of Sigma
Tau Delta. She has also been president of Phi
Mu Sorority and COLUMNS favorite.
Drew Lemsky is treasurer of Pi Kappa Phi
Fraternity. He has worked as a Freshman
Class officer, Intramurals Manager and mem-
ber of Circle K and P.E. Club.
James Minor is chairman of the Gym
Bleacher Fund Committee and president of
the Junior Class. He is a member of Rho
Alpha Omega Fraternity and the Interfrater-
Randall Murphree is Pi Kappa Phi
Fraternity President and COLUMNS
Editor. He was president of Sopho-
more Class and Sigma Tau Delta and
is in SCA, MSM and Pi Tau Chi.
Barry Pope is president of Sigma
Tau Delta and a member of Chi Beta
Phi honorary. A member of Alpha Tau
Omega Fraternity, he was a Sopho-
more Class officer.
Peter Tharp is a member of Pi
Kappa Phi Fraternity, Sigma Tau
Delta honorary, and the IFC. He was a
Freshman Class officer and member
of the Elections Committee.
Janet Newman is Founders Queen,
secretary of Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority,
and member of SCA, MSM and Pi
Tau Chi. She is in the P.E. Club and
Bobby Jane Sandlin is vice-
president of Student Government and
chairman of the Elections Committee.
A member of Phi Mu Sorority, she has
been COLUMNS Beauty and head
Chi Beta Phi is an honorary science fraternity. Chapter
members include Dr. and Mrs. Short, Helen Wood, Faye
Clem, Lena Vann, Janice Burns, Bill Hooper, Bruce Fergu-
son, Tom Brennan, Amos Hardison, Barry Pope.
Sigma Tau Delta
HONORARY ENGLISH FRATERNITY
Row 1: Mary Johnson Ham, vice president; Emily Phillips, secretary;
Barry Pope, president; Row 2: Jeanette Osterheld, Larry Home, Pris-
cilla Gossett; Row 3: Buck Goyer, Mary McMunn; Row 4: Professor
Paul Neal, Jeff Bayne, Professor Herbert L. Hughes
FALL INITIATES. Front Row, Professors R. L. Brittain, Elva W. McLin. Bert Hayes. Back Row. Walt Donegan, Priscilla Gossett, Pat
Giles, Ernestine DeLorge, Molly Giles, Patsy Lemmond, Regina Yancy, Larry Home
Jan Brown Fite
Jan is a native of Decatur.
She has been on the Dean's
List and has been featured in
the Athenian as a Reb-Belle.
Columns editor. Randall Murphree, congratulates Jan.
The new beauty poses with her court.
MARY FRANCES HILTON
E. J. Thompson
Jane Bengston, Freshman, Freshman Class,
escorted by Peter Pape, class president
Norma Dann. Sophomore Class, escorted by
Joe Varchi. class president
Jan Fite, Junior Class, escorted by James
Miner, class president
Melissa Cooper, flower girl, daughter of (he Charles Coopers, and
Michael Mason, crown bearer, son of the Darbv Masons
Joanne Butterlev, Senior Class, escorted by Ralph
Austin, class secretary
Into the life of the Athens
College student enter many
events and many people that
will have a lasting impression
on his life.
The formality of rules and
customs is often sidelined by
the close rapport between the
student and the College offi-
In the student center, one
pulls away from the routine of
classes and study.
One soon learns not to be
"shook" at the antics of his
Finding responsibility to be
a rigid disciplinarian, the
working student has little time
Creativity may be released
on paper, on canvas, or on the
Whatever his talent, the
creative student learns early in
his college life to utilize his
abilities to reach a desirable
Then, there's always the stu-
dent who tends to let things
"get to him" too easily.
Registration is one mass of protoplasm . . .
The whole culminates
in a thousand
At the end of registration week, a crowded auditori-
um delighted to hear the sounds of the Town Criers,
from ballads to the witty recitation of "Them Poems."
Teach me ti ger!!!
A topless at Athens!
"An interesting convocation, wouldn't you say?"
"Are you sure this event was on the calendar?''
"Oh no! Not thai for dinner!"
Remodeling of Snack Shack
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Mr. Mizerack and his two sharks.
Dr. Short, genius at work.
Kneeling: Brooke Jones, Jim Reed, Peter Tharp, Hugo MoUiston, Bill Luc, Dan Berry, Walt Donegan. Standing: Jim King, James
Foley, Ed Collins, Harry Hepler, Don Entrekin, Berval Bennett, Alan Forst, Glenn Smith, Roger KJoepping, Ralph Austin, Vince
Stratton, and Peter Price (President).
Mr. and Miss Greek
Rho Alpha Omega
Zeta Tau Alpha
Mr. and Miss Humorous
Rho Alpha Omega
Zeta Tau Alpha
Delta Sigma Chi, the oldest social fraternity on the campus, colonized with Alpha Tau
Omega national December 12, completing formal pledging March 12 in ceremonies
hosted by Province Chief Amos Bums, assisted by Birmingham Southern's Beta Beta
In both November and January the colony sponsored blood drives, collecting more
than 350 pints for the American soldiers in VietNam.
The Deltas maintained their absolute supremacy over all Greek teams in intramurals,
winning all games played in four sports.
In February the colony sponsored "Oba Belcher Day" in honor of the coach who has
revitalized the Athens College Athletic Program. Brothers James Foley and Gary Ward
were co-chairmen of the event, which climaxed in pre-game (Athens-Samford) ceremo-
nies at which Coach Belcher received a boat and trailer, an oil portrait of himself, nu-
merous plaques and trophies, and several gifts for himself and his family. Coach Belcher
is now numbered among the brothers on our roll.
Spring projects included a faculty-staff car wash and several campus clean-up jobs.
Fifteen new brothers joined the roll during the year. New active Len Johnsen was
named outstanding pledge for the fall semester. President Hepler also served the college
as SGA president; brothers James Foley and Joe Varchi were presidents of the senior
and sophomore classes, respectively; four other brothers held SGA offices. Officers not
pictured above were Morgan Weed, secretary; Bill Renick, historian; Russ Townshend,
marshall; Don Entrekin, tribune; and Barry Pope, parliamentarian.
Bob de Curtis
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Zeta Tau Alpha was founded on October 15, 1898 at Long-
wood College, Farmville, Virginia. Zeta Zeta chapter was in-
stalled on March 19, 1966, as the first chapter of a national
Greek social organization on campus.
During this our first full year on campus, Zetas were busy.
Among our members are the Founders Queen, the sweetheart
of Rho Alpha Omega, the secretary and the treasurer of the
SGA, a student court judge, the vice-president of the senior
class and of Sigma Tau Delta, the president of the PE Club,
the secretary-treasurer of Pi Tau Chi and of Panhellenic, and a
cheerleader. Members belonged to such organizations as the
Biology Club, Columns staff. Intramural Association, New-
man Club, Elections Committee, Social Committee, House
Council, AC Choir, and AC Players. As a group, we parti-
cipated in Intramurals, the Campus-wide Blood Drive, and
the Heart Fund Roadblock.
New president, Ellen Elgin,
awards George Harris a trophy for
ZTA Man of the Year.
Zeta Tau Alpha Preferential 1\;;!. ,>;; rush.
The Pi Kapps based their year's program on five main points: Scholarship, Service,
Social, Character, and Leadership. A scholarship dinner in the spring highlighted a
conscientious effort for better scholarship. Three brothers made 4.0 averages in the fall.
In the area of Service, Pi Kapps sponsored the Christmas party for 70 underprivileged
Athens Children and cleaned the Athens Negro Cemetery. The Social aspect was lively
beginning with the semi-formal dance in October. Several house parties highlighted the
fall and a Christmas semi-formal was held in Decatur. The big spring dance, the Rose
Ball, was formal; it was held in Huntsville. Character-building is encouraged in the
brotherhood by the Chaplain's Award and through emphasizing a strong program of
In leadership. Pi Kapps were not to be excelled. Listing members in some 30 campus
organizations, the brothers held offices in many: Columns editor, Circle-K vice-
president, Intramurals manager. Ministerial Association president, IFC president and
treasurer, and secretary of Pubhcations Board. Men also worked in AC Players, Sigma
Tau Delta, Pi Tau Chi, AC Chorale, and the Athenian staff Honors coming to Pi Kapps
included: Mr. Athens College, Nazaretian Award, Phi Mu "Man of Carnation," four
men listed in Who's Who, a brother invited to Barter Theater and tapped for Alpha Psi
Omega, a brother winning first and second awards in the student art competition, and
the fraternity as a whole won first place in the Greek Songfest, the Athens City Christ-
mas parade, and the Dormitory Decorations for Christmas.
The highlight of the whole year was the chartering ceremony in April. The fraternity
continued its leadership as the first fraternity on campus, the first to colonize, the first to
establish a fraternity publication, and now, the first AC fraternity to earn a national
Right: Mike Gold won "Best Pledge Award"
Below: Christmas party for underprivileged
Pi Kappa Phi Rose ^''> ^W'y^
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Mary Frances Hilton
Mary Ann Anderson
Christmas in 1965 was high-lighted for twelve coeds at Athens
College when they pledged Sigma Kappa, beginning the Epsilon
Iota Chapter. On May 7, 1966, the chapter was installed.
For the first time in the history of Athens college the Sigma
Kappa's presented a Greek Day. The sight of an egg-splattered
contestant, a tricycle 'crash', and the best-looking Greek will
never be forgotten. On Spring Fling Day, our 'Miss Ugly' won,
adding another trophy to our glory.
Over the summer, two of our Sisters went to our National Con-
vention in Puerto Rico. There we received a 'baby-cup' for being
the newest chapter of Sigma Kappa. In the fall we celebrated our
Founder's Day with a banquet, honoring the ladies who began our
Sisterhood. A month later Sigma Kappa's were the first and sec-
ond alternates in the Beauty Ball contest. Sisters spent one Satur-
day decorating the Student Center and a float for the annual
Christmas parade. We baked cookies to be distributed to the
County Homes, and we sang Christmas carols for the people
After finals and the election of new officers, our new president,
Mary Frances Hilton, held a successful sandwich sale. During
Greek Week this spring, we won the trophy for acquiring the most
points at the sports activities and having the greatest participation.
The new Panhellenic president for the coming year is a Sigma
Now once again May 7 has come and we have celebrated our
first anniversary. It has been a marvelous year and the years to
come will be even greater for Sigma Kappa at Athens College.
Lou Ann Harrelson
PLEDGES; Carol, Sibley, Lori, Brenda, Tyndall, Jo, Judy, Georgia
Sigma Kappa "Wishing Well" at rush party
The Rho's are the only local on campus, having been formed in 1965, but this year saw
the "arrival" of Rho Alpha Omega on the campus scene.
The Rho's won many varied honors during the year. Since the brothers stress scholas-
tics, they were especially proud when two brothers ranked first in scholastic average for
the year in both freshman and sophomore classes. During Greek Week, the Rho's won
first in Skits and in Dance, and finished second for the overall trophy. The sororities
elected Greek God and all Greeks elected the Greek Humor Man — both Rho's, as were
Mr. and Mrs. Ugly of Spring Fling. The ZTA's bestowed two honors on the Rho's, nam-
ing a brother Zeta Greek Man of the Year and awarding the fraternity the ZTA Spirit
trophy. Honorary fraternities Sigma Tau Delta (English), Pi Tau Chi (Religion), and
Alpha Psi Omega (Dramatics) tapped several brothers. Our Sweetheart brought honor
to the fraternity when she was chosen Founders Queen and Greek Goddess. Two broth-
ers were named to Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities.
In campus participation the Rho's were ubiquitous: brothers served as senior class
secretary and treasurer, junior class president, vice president and treasurer of AC
Players, president of Pi Tau Chi and Alpha Psi Omega, president of West Dormitory,
and president of IFC. The Rho's were also represented in SGA, SCA, Dramatics, and
the soccer and tennis teams. The editor of the Athenian is Rho.
Social highlight of the year was our Old South Week, which included flag-raisings,
cannon firings, parades, the Old South Ball and the White Trash party, culminating in
the seizing of the Mayor and other officials of the city of Athens. The Rho's were active
in every worthwhile campus activity, including intramurals, blood banks, Heart Fund
roadblock, and campus elections.
Mr. and Mrs. Neanderthal
The Rebels lake over
Zeta Tau Alpha
Mary Mc Munn
Mrs. W. R. Hauser
Mrs. Lynwood Gregg
Phi Mu Fraternity, Kappa Delta Cliapter, was installed on cam-
pus April 23, 1966, with Mrs. F. W. Williamson, national presi-
Our social calendar included a week-end house party at Marion
Hocutt's lake house, a Christmas party for an underprivileged
family, a February formal dance with a leadout and presentation
of our Man of Carnation, Randall Murphree, a luncheon at the
Country Club, Founder's Day banquet, and several Philomathean
hours at our sisters' homes and outside parties at Mrs. Hauser's
home — our second home.
Our chapter is proud to claim among its members the president
of Sigma Tau Delta, Sweetheart, Pledge Sweetheart and favorites
of Pi Kappa Phi fraternity. Miss Athens College, May Day Queen
and two members of her court, six members in the Beauty Ball
Court, head-cheerleader of the Bears, three members in the
Founder's court, and three members in Who's Who. As a group
we participated in Intramurals and the Heart Fund Road Block.
We also won as a group the Greek Week Song Fest; the Panhel-
lenic Cup, based on the chapter that excels in honors and contri-
butions to the Athens College campus; and the Scholarship Cup
for having the highest over-all average of the sororities on campus.
National Phi Mu is the second oldest college organization for
women, founded well over a century ago when three daughters of
prominent southern families formed the Philomathean Society in
March 4, 1852, while they were attending Wesleyan College in
Bobby Jane Sandlin
E. J. Thompson
New spring pledges: Duchess Duke, Mary Bumgardner. Kathyrn Lloyd,
Karen Schmidt, and Mary North.
New officers for the coming year: Paige Thompson, President; Sue Pelh-
ick, Pam Snedeker. Janice Malhenzie, PrisciUa Gossett, Barbara House,
and Peggy Adams.
The big event of the year for the Tekes was their colonization by Tau Kappa Epsilon
Fraternity. They were the second local group on campus to affiliate with a national fra-
ternity. The fall colonization called for a celebration that was one of the biggest of the
year for the Tekes. During the winter the Tekes launched a drive to form an alumni
group in the area.
As campus leaders the Tekes held a number of offices including: Circle K president,
IFC president and secretary, Junior Class treasurer, and Sophomore Class president-
elect. In campus activities they were active, winning the Participation Award for Greek
Week. They were also active in the SGA, varsity sports (having members in soccer and
baseball). Tekes also worked on the Columns staff Gyre staff and AC Chorale.
Two brothers were named for special honors — membership in Alpha Psi Omega and
Chi Beta Phi honoraries.
In the spring, brothers joined forces to expedite a Public Service Week carrying out
projects to improve the community. The Tekes werfe in charge of the all-Greek dance
during Greek Week and they set up the Christmas tree for the IFC-Panhellenic decorat-
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Tau Kappa Epsilon and Sigma
Kappa walked away with top honors
for participation in the Greek Week-
Greeks Do More Than Play . . .
Pi Kapps collected and
wrapped more than 500
Christmas packages for under-
Phi Mus performed for a
ATO's sponsored Red Cross
Blood Drives on campus.
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The Pi Kapp pyramid — an al-
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Baugher, Donald, sr., Athens, Ala. 40
Bayne, Jeffrey, jr., Birmingham, Ala. 48, 100, 104, 141
Beach, James, sr., Athens, Ala. 40
Beach, James, sr., Athens, Ala. 40
Beasley, Joel, fr., Athens, Ala. 48
Beck, Jimmy, soph., Scottsboro, Ala.
Belew, Thomas, jr., fr., Lexington, Ala. 48
Belfatto, John, fr.. West Orange, N. J. 48
Bengston, Jane, fr., Huntsville, Ala. 48, 153, 171
Benn, Quentin, grsd., Decatur, Ala.
Bennett, Berval, sr., Hartselle, Ala. 40, 166, 172
Bennett, Dan, jr., Athens, Ala. 48, 177
Bennett, Jean Brown, soph., Athens, Ala. 49
Bennett, Stewart, jr., Hartselle, Ala.
Benoit, Raymond, fr., Morristown, N. J.
Bentley, Donald, jr., Huntsville, Ala. 49
Berg, Carlton, unci., Huntsville, Ala.
Berger, Frederick, jr., Wilmington, Mass.
Berry, Daniel, jr., Birmingham, Ala. 31, 35, 49, 166, 180
Berry, Wanda Lee, soph., Birmingham, Ala. 49
Berryhill, Bobby Raye, soph., Tuscumbia, Ala. 49
Bickell, Stephen, fr., Bella-Cynwyd, Pa. 49
Bidner, Arnold, jr., Philadelphia, Pa.
Biggers, Paul, soph., Areola, Va.
Birdsong, Linda, sr., Elkton, Tenn. 40
Black, Catherine, fr., Athens, Ala. 49
Black, Michael, sr., Jasper, Ala. 40
Blair, CUfford, jr., Grand Prairie, Tex. 98, 100, 177
Blanton, Walton, sr., Athens, Ala. 40, 173
Blaxton, Allen, sr., Decatur, Ala.
Bloch, Dennis, fr., Wynnewood, Pa. 181
Bobo, David, jr., Athens, Ala. 49
Bolton, Jean, jr., Athens, Ala,
Bonanno, Elvira, fr., Pelham Bay, N. Y. 49
Bonanno, Theodore, fr., Pelham Bay, N. Y.
Booth, James, fr., Andover, Mass.
Booth, William, sr., Hartselle, Ala.
Bowar, Richard, sr., Elkmont, Ala., 98
Bowers, Eloise, sr., Athens, Ala. 40
Bradford, Charles, jr., Decatur, Ala.
Brady, John, grad., Huntsville, Ala.
Brakefield, Shela, fr., Athens, Ala. 49,. 171
Abbott, Robert, fr.. Highland Park, 111. 48
Adams, Margaret, soph., Athens. Ala. 48, 178
Addams, Michael, jr., Huntsville, Ala. 48
Adelman, Howard, soph., Philadelphia, Pa. 48
Ader. Carol Jean, soph., Kenvil, N. J. 48, 114,
Adler, Malcolm, soph., Philadelphia, Pa. 48
Albright, Johnny, fr., Ryan, Ala. 48. 177
Alexander, Margaret, grad., Decatur, Ala.
Allen, Adna. soph.. Pass Christian, Miss. 48
Allen. John, soph., Decatur, Ala.
Alsup, Charles, soph., Huntsville, Ala.
Alsup, Judith, sr., Sheffield, Ala. 40
Anderson, Aubrey, fr., Hartselle, Ala.
Anderson. Carol, jr.. Guntersville, Ala. 48
Anderson, Mary Ann, soph.. Upper Montclair, N. J. 68. 114, 174
Anderson. Rufus, sr., Huntsville, Ala. 40
Anderson. William, soph.. Arlington. Va.
Archer. Dee. fr., Nashville. Tenn. 48, 87, 109, 150, 179
Armstrong, Robert, fr., Williamstown, N. J.
Atkinson, Bettv, soph., Decatur, Ala.
Austin, Ralph.' sr.. Miami, Fla. 30, 40, 92, 94, 153, 166, 176
Austin, Suellen, sr., Miami, Fla. 30, 40
Ayres, Grant, soph.. Glen EUyn, III. 48, 169
Ayres, Jonathan, fr.. Metuchen. N. J. 169
Bailey, Judy, jr., Athens, Ala. 48
Bailey, Don Frank, soph., Athens, Ala.
Baker, Ken, soph.. Rockaway, N. J. 48, 169
Baker. Norris, soph., Florence, Ala.
Baker. Sallv Jane, sr., Gurlev, Ala.
Baker. William, soph.. Rye. N. Y. 48, 173
Ball, Fred, soph., Montgomery, Ala. 88, 89
Ball. Benton, sr.. Athens. Ala.
Banks. Arlene. fr., Perth Amboy, N. J. 48
Banning. Robert, fr.. Chevy Chase, Md. 48,
Barber. June, sr., Birmingham. Ala. 40
Bamett. Charles, soph.. Anderson, Ala. 48. 74
Bates. Dwight. fr., Athens. Ala.
Bates. Johnny, soph.. Montgomery. .Ma. 173
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Bremanis, Andre, soph.. New Brunswick, N. J.
Brennan. Thomas, jr., Arlington Heights, 111.
Briscoe, Joseph, jr., Lafayette, Ala. 49
Brock, Edward, jr., Athens, Ala. 169
Brooks, David, sr., Huntsville, Ala. 40
Brooks, Randall, sr., Huntsville, Ala.
Brown, Craig, soph., Westfield, N. J. 49. 92, 94, 1 14, 169
Brown, Edna, jr., Huntsville, Ala.
Brown, James, soph., Decatur, Ala.
Brown, Khns, soph., Haddonfield, N. J. 49. 109
Brown. Rita Fay, soph., Athens, Ala.
Brown. Robert, soph., Clarksville, Md. 33. 49
Bruno, Edwin, soph., Mamaroneck, N. Y. 49
Bruzzi, Donald, fr., Vineland, N. J. 49, 173
Bryant, Allan, fr., Toney, Ala. 177
Bryant, Gerald, sr., Athens, Ala.
Buchanan. Patricia, fr., Ramsey, N. J, 68, 114
Bulger, Bill, soph., Wilmington, Del. 94
Bullard, Larry, fr., Anderson, Ala. 50
Bullen. William, sr.. Red Bay, Ala.
BuUington, Shirley, soph., Athens, Ala. 50
Bullock, Don, jr., Huntsville, Ala.
Bumgardner. Marilvn. fr.. Springfield. Va. 179
Bunting. Tom. jr.. Middlesex. N. J.
Buntzen. George, fr.. Wayne. N. J. 50
Burfield. Jimmy, jr., Moulton. Ala.
Burns, Janice, jr.. Athens, Ala. 50
Burns, Nancy, sr.. Pulaski. Tenn.
Bush. Richard, soph. Oswego, N. Y.
Butler, Ann. sr., Decatur, Ala. 40, 98, 134, 171
Butler. James, jr., Elkton, Ala. 50
Butler, William, fr., Huntsville, Ala.
Butterley, Joanne, sr., Russellville, Ala. 40. 153. 166. 178
Butts, Linda, soph., Athens, Ala. 50
Butts, Thomas, sr., Athens, Ala. 41. 102. 103. 104. 105. 107. 133
Cain, Helen, sr., Hartselle. Ala.
Calvarese. John. fr.. Wayne. Pa. 50
Cantrell. Danny, fr.. Marietta. Ga. 50
Capozzoli. Robert, soph., Wayne. N. J. 173
Caracappa. Joseph, soph., Norristown, Pa. 50
Carroll, Emiie, jr., Decatur, Ala.
Carrol, Roslyn, fr.. Philadelphia. Pa. 50
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Catalfamo, Carmen, sr., Athens, Ala.
Cernak, John, soph.. West Belmar, N. J. 50
Chandler, Billy, jr., Decatur, Ala.
Chandler, Mildred, fr., Huntsville, Ala.
Chandler, William, jr., Decatur, Ala.
Chaney, Judy Lynn, soph.. Huntsville, Ala. 50, 179
Cheatham, Garlin, soph.. Decatur. Ala.
Chilberg. Fred, soph., Meluchrin, N. J. 112
Childers, Keith, sr., Decatur, Ala.
Chittenden, William, jr., Newark, Del. 50, 110. 135. 177
Chitwood. Wayne, fr.. Decatur. Ala.
Christian. James, soph.. Owens Cross Roads, Ala.
Cichorek, Edward, soph.. South River. N. J. 50, 173
Clabom, Jerry, jr., Decatur, Ala.
Clary, Mark, soph., Warwick, R. L
Clem, Faye, jr., Elkmont, Ala. 50
Clem, Joan, sr.. Decatur. Ala.
Clem. Judson. soph.. Athens. Ala., 31
demons. Ferrel. sr., Hartselle, Ala.
Cobb, Robert, grad.. Huntsville, Ala.
Coben. Larry, jr.. Philadelphia. Pa. 51
Cohen. Marlaina. soph.. West Orange, N. J.
Cohen, Phillip, soph., Philadelphia, Pa.
Collins, Duane, soph., Hartselle, Ala.
Collins, Edward, soph., Washington, D.C. 166. 169
Collins. Phyllis, soph.. Trinity. Ala.
Collins. Robert, jr.. Chattanooga. Tenn. 51. 113
Confer. Nelson, fr.. Washington. D.C. 51. 177
Connair, Thomas, sr., Fairborn, Ohio
Conquest. Joseph, soph.. Athens. Ala.
Copeland. Hunter, sr.. Huntsville. Ala.
Corbin. Joe, jr., Decatur, Ala.
Cornelius, James, soph., Athens, Ala.
Cornell. Jane. soph.. Athens. Ala. 175
Costello. John. soph.. Bethesda, Md. 169
Couey, James, sr.. Hartselle. Ala.
Covington. Dwight. soph.. Athens. Ala.
Covington. Virginia, sr., Athens, Ala. 41
Coyne, Michael, soph.. Jamesville, N. Y.
Craige, Michael, fr., Delray Beach. Fla. 51
Crawford. John, soph., Ponte Verda Beach. Fla. 93, 94
Crawford. Robert, fr.. Westfield. N. J.
Duke, Duchess, soph., Decatur, Ala. 51, 179
Duke, William, jr.. Huntsville. Ala. 51
Dull, Lyle, fr., Huntsville, Ala.
Dunn, Charles, soph., Norristown, Pa.
Dunnder. Paul, soph.. Summit. N. J. 181
Dupres, Grady, soph., Athens, Ala.
Durham, Doris, jr., Athens, Ala.
Ealy, William, jr., Athens, Ala, 51
Easterling, Eugene, sr., Decatur. Ala.
Eaton, Harry, fr., Huntsville, Ala.
Edmondson. Rey, sr., Huntsville, Ala.
Hells, Malcolm, jr., Loretto, Tenn.
Elgin. Ellen, jr., Albertville, Ala. 29, 51, 170
Ellis, Gilmer, jr., Danville, Ala. 52, 75
Engel, Michael, soph., Philadelphia, Pa. 52, 173
Ennis, John, fr., Ansonia, Conn. 169
Enoch, Thomas, fr., Huntsville, Ala.
Ensor, James, fr., Edison, N. J. 52
Entrekin, Donald, soph., Coatesville. Pa. 31. 33, 135, 166, 169
Ernst, Geoffrey, jr., Chicago, 111.
Ertle, Sandra, fr.. North Plainfield, N. J. 52, 171
Erwin, Jerry, grad., Huntsville, Ala.
Estomin, Mark, fr., Toms River, N. J.
Ezell, HoUis, sr., Rogersville, Ala.
Faber, Carol, soph., Beltsville, Md. 52
Fairchild, Richard, soph., Newington, Conn. 52, 114
Fanning, Paul, sr., Huntsville, Ala. 41, 136
Farley, Ann. soph., Moulton, Ala. 52, 104, 105, 107
Farmer, Don, sr., Athens, Ala.
Farris, Ann, jr., Athens, Ala.
Fehr, Robert, soph., Simsbury, Conn. 52
Feinsilver, Roger, soph., Millburn, N. J. 93, 94
Feldman, Jack, soph., Wharton, N. J. 52
Fennel, James, jr.. Belle Mina, Ala.
Ferguson, Bruce, jr., Athens, Ala. 52
Ferguson, E. T., sr.. New Market, Ala.
Ferguson, Judy, jr., Decatur, Ala.
Fessler. Michael, fr., Haddonfield, N. J.
Fisher, Chlorene, sr.. Hazel Green, Ala.
Fisher. Judy Kay, fr., Loretto, Tenn. 52
Fitch, Patricia, jr.. Huntsville, Ala. 52, 99, 1 10
Creasman, Clinton, soph., Richmond, Va. 177
Creech, Lawrence, soph., Memphis, Tenn.
Crocker, Walter, soph., Huntsville, Ala.
Croomes. Betty, sr., Athens, Ala.
Crow, Brenda, soph.. Danville, Ala. 51
Cunningham, Charles, jr.. Athens. Ala.
Cutchens, Wayne, sr., Decatur, Ala. 41, 133
Daitz, Suzanne, soph., Rochester, N. Y. 51
D'Alessandro, Eugene, soph., Saddlebrook, N. J. 51
Daly, Eva Mae, jr., Elkton, Ala.
Daly, Myrtle, sr., Athens, Ala. 41
Damon, Edith, fr., Ridgewood, N. J.
Dann. Norma, soph., Fairfield, Ala. 35, 51, 107, 130, 150, 153, 179
Davenport, John, jr., Alexandria, Ala. 51, 177
Davies, Beverly, fr.. Joliet, 111. 5 1
D'Avanzo. Ralph, soph., Demerest, N. J. 99, 115
Davis, James, jr.. Athens, Ala.
Day, Jack, unci., Huntsville, Ala.
DeCurtis. Robert, fr., Wayne, Pa. 31, 169
Deemer. John, soph., Athens, Ala.
DeGroff Robert, sr.. New Hope, Ala. 41
Dekle, Stephen, fr., Scotch Plains, N. J. 51, 100
Delmonico. Eugene, jr., Morristown, N. J. 51
DeLorenzo, Sally, soph., Middletown, N. J. 51
DeLorge, Ernestine, sr., Athens, Ala. 41, 141
DeMase, Dennis, soph.. West Islip, N. Y.
DePalma, Brenda, soph., Wharton, N. J. 175
DeGiulian, Thomas, soph., Vienna, Va.
DiLemmo, Jay, fr., Rydal, Pa. 51
Dillard, Tilden, sr.. Trinity, Ala.
Dmsmore, David, sr., Decatur, Ala.
Dixon. Michael, jr., Huntsville, Ala. 28, 51, 177
Dollins, Robert, soph.. Minor Hill, Tenn. 51
Donegan, Walter, soph., Dumont, N. J. 33, 36, 51, 141, 166, 177
Dorfman, Jeffrey, jr., Philadelphia, Pa. 51, 181
Dougherty, Randy, fr.. North Brunswick, N. J. 51, 68, 171
Douglass, Wilburn, soph., Huntsville, Ala.
Douthit, Marcell, jr.. Athens, Ala.
Drake, Roger, sr.. Decatur, Ala.
Dravecky. Edward, grad., Huntsville. Ala.
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Fly, Mary, sr., Huntsville, Ala.
Foley, Bruce, soph., Huntsville, Ala. 136, 169
Foley, James, sr., Huntsville, Ala. 30, 41, 166
Foote, Charles, soph., Huntsville, Ala.
Form, Bruce, soph., Iselin, N. J. 52, 181
Forst, Alan, soph., Brooklyn, N. Y. 52. 166, 180
Fort, Albert, soph., Narberth, Pa. 52, 169
Fowler, Gayle, fr., Athens, Ala. 52
Fowler, Henrietta, jr., Huntsville. Ala. 52
Fowler. Mary, soph., Huntsville, Ala. 52, 175
Foy, Raymond, jr., Athens, Ala. 52
Frank, Richard, soph., Amsterdam, N. Y.
Franklin, Ethel, soph., Sulligent, Ala. 52
Frazer, Rodney, soph., Huntsville, Ala.
Freeman, Jerry, sr., Shelbyville, Tenn. 42
Friedman, Stuart, jr., New York, N. Y. 52, 169
Frye, James, soph., Cheverly, Md. 52
Fulton, Paula, fr., McLean, Va.
Fuqua, Lewis, jr., Rogersville, Ala.
Fussell, Hugh, fr., Huntsville, Ala.
Futch, Pamela, soph., Huntsville, Ala. 86, 178
Galland, Kevin, soph., Franklin Lakes, N. J.
Gallery. Paul, fr., Newark, Del. 177
Gamer, Charles, grad., Elkmont, Ala.
Gamer, Martha, fr., Athens, Ala. 52, 171
Garrett, Thomas, soph., Huntsville, Ala.
Garrison, Phillip, sr., Decatur, Ala.
Gensemer, Daniel, soph.. Media, Pa.
Gentry. James, fr.. Huntsville, Ala.
Gentry, Robert, fr., Oneida, Tenn.
German, Joel, soph., Athens, Ala.
Gholson, Sandra, sr., Huntsville, Ala. 42
Gilbert. Bobby, jr.. Athens. Ala.
Gilbert. Jean. jr.. Decatur, Ala. 52
Giles, Mary Ann, jr.. Hartselle, Ala. 141
Giles, Patricia, sr., Hartselle, Ala. 133, 141
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Gillespie, Gladys, fr., Moulton, Ala. 53
Gillespie. William (Buddy), sr., Decatur, Ala. 42
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Glasgow. James, sr., Hartselle, Ala.
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Glasscox, Ellie, jr.. Remlap, Ala. 53. 75. 136
Glasser, Michael, jr.. Yonkers. N. Y.
Glasser, Richard, soph., Howard Beach. N. Y. 98. 100. 109. 181
Glover. William, jr.. Huntsville. Ala. 53
Gog. Keith, fr.. Dubois. Pa.
Gold. Michael, fr.. Tonawanda. N. Y. 53. 172
Goodman. Andrew, jr., Anderson. Ala. 53
Goodman, Bruce, jr.. Philadelphia. Pa. 53
Gossett. Priscilla. soph.. Athens. Ala. 31. 53. 112. 115. 130.. 141. 150. 178
Gowan. Joe. soph.. Huntsville. Ala.
Goyer. Robert Buck. jr.. Huntsville. Ala. 53. 102. 141
Graham. Ben. jr.. Mt. Hope. Ala. 53. 98. 100
Grannis. David, soph.. Staten Island. N. Y.
Gray. Jerry, fr.. Muscle Shoals. Ala. 104. 177
Green, Donald, soph.. Summit. N. J. 53
Greenhaw. Jimmy, sr., Athens. Ala.
Greenhaw. Kitty, jr., Athens. Ala.
Greenhaw. Weaver, jr., Athens. Ala.
Gregg. Anita, jr., Athens. Ala.
Gregory. Scott, fr.. Myrtle Beach. S. C.
Griffen, Dannah. grad.. Decatur. Ala.
Griffin. Judy, soph.. Prospect. Tenn.
Griffin. Nancy, fr., Elkmont, Ala.
Grigat, William, fr.. Pompton Lakes. N. J.
Grogan. Kenneth, soph.. Titusville. Fla.
Gudzik. Daniel, fr.. Port Jefferson, N. Y.
Guerine, Larry, fr.. Melrose Park. 111.
Guilford. Will'iam. jr.. Hartselle. Ala. 53
Gunnels, Wayne, grad.. Clarkeville, Tenn.
Gurley, Paulyne. grad.. Sommerville. Ala.
Guyse, James, fr., Decatur, Ala. 53
Guziec, John. soph.. Arlington Heights. 111.
Hale. Carnette. sr.. Decatur. Ala.
Hall. Carolyn, jr.. Elmira. N. Y. 166. 174
Hall, Ronald Scott, fr., Madison, Conn.
Hamilton, Roberta, grad, Athens, Ala.
Hammick. Alan. fr.. Huntsville, Ala. 173
Hammond, Billie, sr.. Tanner. Ala. 42
Ham. Mary Johnson, sr.. Decatur. Ala. 43. 141
Hammons. Ross. jr.. Athens. Ala.
Hand. Charles, sr.. Huntsville. Ala.
Haney, Jerre. soph.. Athens. Ala.
Hansen. Shirley, sr., Huntsville, Ala. 42
Hantsis. Andrew, soph.. Bronx. N. Y.
Harbin. Robert, fr.. Huntsville. Ala.
Hardeman. Robert, soph.. Decatur. Ala.
Harding. Philip, grad.. Decatur, Ala.
Hardison, Amos, sr., Athens. Ala. 42
Hardison. Beverly, soph.. Athens. Ala. 54. 151. 179
Hardison. Charlotte, sr.. Athens. Ala.
Hardison. Thomas, jr.. Athens. Ala.
Hardwick, Joel. soph.. Huntsville. Ala. 54. 173
Haring. Richard, soph.. Sparta. N. J.
Harkness. Russell, unci., Decatur, Ala.
Harper. Barbara, grad., Athens, Ala.
Harper. George, soph.. Miller Place. N. Y.
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Harrelson, Lou Ann. jr.. Opelika, Ala. 54. 175
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Holladay, Glenda. jr., Huntsville, Ala. 55. 137
Holladay. Lynn, sr., Danville, Ala. 76, 84, 137
Holladay, Phil, jr., Danville, Ala.
Holland, Ann, fr.. Athens. Ala. 55
Holland, Charles, soph.. Huntsville. Ala.
Hollman. David, jr.. Athens. Ala. 55
Holt, Blanche, grad., Decatur, Ala.
Holt. Dennis, soph.. Warrior, Ala. 55
Holt, Wayne, jr.. Athens, Ala.
Hooper. William, sr.. Athens. Ala. 43
Hoppes. Robert, fr.. Huntsville, Ala.
Hoppin. James, soph.. Harrodsburg, Ky.
Home. Larry, soph.. Birmingham. Ala. 55, 102, 105, 141
Horton, Anthony, sr., Huntsville, Ala.
Horton, Thomas, soph.. Huntsville. Ala.
Hosmer. Marvin, soph.. Birmingham. Ala.
House, Barbara, soph.. Athens. Ala. 55, 87, 179
Howard, Frank, jr., Decatur, Ala.
Howard, John, sr., Huntsville, Ala.
Hubbard, Bobby, sr., Huntsville. Ala.
Hubbard. Elizabeth, jr.. Huntsville. Ala.
Hudson. Bobby, fr.. Athens. Ala.
Hudson. Charlene. soph.. Stonybrook. N. Y. 98
Hudson. Marlene. soph.. Stonybrook, N. Y. 98
Hudson, Michael, fr., Cullman, Ala. 55
Hughes. Lucy. soph.. Huntsville. Ala. 133
Humphries, Levoyd, jr., Decatur, Ala. 55
Hury, Nancy, jr., Birmingham, Ala.
Hutchison, Julia, soph., Vineland, N. J.
Hyatt. Johnny, fr., Arab. Ala. 55
Ingleright, Mary, sr., Decatur, Ala.
Isbell, Linda, jr., Huntsville, Ala. 31, 55, 137, 166, 179
James, Raymond, soph.. Madison." Ala.
Jamison, David, soph.. Hatchung. N. J. 55
Jeffers. John, fr., Westfield, N. J. 31, 55
Jendrusiak. Theodore, jr.. Perth Amboy. N. J. 55
Jennings. Carolyn, sr., Huntsville. Ala. 43
Johns. Sandra, soph., Teaneck, N. J.
Johnson, Douglas, sr.. Decatur, Ala.
Johnson, Joe, jr., Athens, Ala. 55
Harris, Connie, sr., Anderson, Ala.
Harris, David, jr., Decatur, Ala.
Harris, George, soph., Westfield, N. J. 54, 69, 170, 177
Harris, Julie, jr., Jacksonville, Ala.
Harris, Michael, soph.. Warren. Ohio 173
Harwell. Morris, grad.. Prospect. Tenn.
Harwell, Thomas, sr., Frankewing, Tenn.
Harwood, Timothy, soph., Wilmette, 111.
Haschke, Marlies, sr., Huntsville. Ala. 42
Hastings. Pamela, jr.. Ardmore, Tenn. 54
Hatfield. James, jr.. Huntsville, Ala. 54
Hayes, Linda Hudgens, sr., Athens, Ala. 42
Healy. Thomas, soph., Berkeley Heights, N. J. 54
Heath, Karen, soph., Huntsville, Ala. 54
Heery, Michael, soph.. East Stroudsburg, Pa.
Henderson, John, jr.. Prospect, Tenn.
Henderson, Susie, soph.. Prospect, Tenn.
Hendrix, Joseph, fr.. Athens. Ala.
Hendry, Don, soph., Decatur, Ala.
Hepler, Harry, jr., Huntsville, Ala. 54, 28, 166, 168
Heriihy, WilUam, fr.. N. Tarrytown, N. Y.
Herston. Michael, sr., Anderson. Ala. 42
Hester, James, sr.. Athens, Ala. 43
Hickman, Raybum, sr., Lynn, Tenn.
Hicjcs, Vickie, sr., Athens, Ala. 43. 107. 112, 113, 114, 130, 136, 149
Higginbotham, Charies. sr., Huntsville, Ala. 43
Hill. Larry, jr.. Decatur. Ala. 54
Hill. Timothy, jr.. Athens. Ala. 54. 98, 100
Hilley. Steve, soph., Fairfax. Va. 54
Hilton. Mary Frances, soph.. Wyckoff N. J. 54, 147, 174
Hilton, Robert, grad., Huntsville, Ala.
Hines. Jerry, soph., Fayetteville, Tenn.
Sines, John. sr.. Athens. Ala.
obbs, Lawana. grad.. Elkmont. Ala.
Hobbs, Melinda, soph., Elkmont. Ala. 54. 68
Hobbs. Sherry Lynn. soph.. Athens. Ala.
Hocutt, Marion, soph., Talladega. Ala. 55, 179
Hodges, Beulah, soph., Ardmore. Tenn.
Hodges. Jeffrey, jr.. Lexington. Mass. 177
Hodges, Margaret Nell, sr.. 43
Hoffer. John, unci., Huntsville, Ala.
Hoffmann. Glenn, soph.. Floral Park, N. Y. 55
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Lamb, James, soph., Huntsville, Ala.
Lambert, Gary, jr., Remlap, Ala. 76, 92, 94
Landman, Larry, jr.. Hazel Green, Ala.
Langin, Thomas, soph., Brigantine, N. J.
Lanier, William, jr., Birmingham, Ala.
Lanzo, Michael, fr., Irvington, N. J.
Lathrop, Susan, fr.. Beachwood, N. J. 56
Lavender, Thomas, soph.. Huntsville, Ala.
Lawrence, Charla, soph.. Decatur. Ala.
League, James; jr., Huntsville, Ala.
LeBair. Harry, soph., Hewlett, N. Y. 173
Ledbetter, William, soph.. Grant, Ala. 56, 77
Lee, Doris Jean, sr.. Athens, Ala.
Lemay, James, soph.. Athens, Ala.
Lemmond, Patricia, sr., Somerville, Ala. 141
Lemsky, Drew, sr., Birmingham, Ala. 43, 134, 138, 172
Lentz, Harold, jr.. Decatur. Ala.
LeShaw, Lance, soph., Bergenfield, N. J. 56, 93, 94
Leviss, Gary, fr., Fall River, Mass. 56
Lewis, Barton, sr., Birmingham, Ala. 43, 173
Lewis, O. C, fr., Scottsboro, Ala.
Lewis, William, jr.. Harvest. Ala.
Libbe. David, soph. Decatur, Ala.
Lindsey, Leland, sr., Courtland, Ala.
Linn, Marjorie, unci. Huntsville. Ala.
Liss. Arthur, fr.. Long Beach, N. J. 56
Livingston, Belle, grad., Decatur, Ala.
Lloyd. Katherine. soph., Athens, Ala. 56, 109, 114, 117, 179
Lockard, Mickey, soph., Huntsville, Ala. 56
Loewenstine, Thomas, soph., Oakhurst, N. J. 56, 169
Long, James, sr., Athens, Ala. 35
Long, Larry, sr., Huntsville, Ala.
Loucks, Kevin, soph.. Rolling Meadows, III. 56
Lovelady, Robert, soph., Decatur, Ala. 113, 116, 117
Lovell, Sandra, jr., Athens, Ala.
Lovin, Julia, jr., Decatur. Ala.
Lozito, Carl, soph.. Newark. N. J.
Luc, Wilham, soph., Ossinmg, N. Y. 56, 166, 172
Lynch, John, soph., Decatur, Ala. 33, 57, 110, 116, 117. 135. 177
McAnear, Iris, grad., Decatur, Ala.
McBay, Esco, jr., Decatur, Ala.
McBrayer, Donald, fr., Huntsville, Ala.
Johnson, Helen, soph., Athens, Ala. 55
Johnson, James, sr., Athens, Ala. 43
Johnson, Leonard, fr., Boonton, N. J. 31, 55, 132, 169
Johnson, Nancy, jr., Athens, Ala. 114
Johnson, Wilbert, sr., Huntsville, Ala.
Johnston, Mary, grad., Athens, Ala.
Johnston, Robert, soph., Loretto, Tenn.
Jones, Brooke, soph., Philadelphia, Pa. 166, 168
Jones, Carol Gerbrick, sr., Huntsville, Ala. 43, 137
Jones, Dennis, fr., Edison, N. J. 55
Jones, Mahlon, soph., Athens, Ala.
Jones, Richard, soph., Pensacola, Fla. 116, 117
Juntilla, Richard, soph., Decatur. Ala. 55, 169
Kares. Robert, jr., Easton, Pa. 55
Katzmar, Lewis, fr., Comwells Heights, Pa.
Kavich, Ted, soph., Mineda, N. Y. 55, 177
Kearns, William, fr., Decatur, Ala.
Keech, Lori, fr., Beachwood, N. J. 55, 68, 87, 175
Keeney, Joseph, fr., Decatur, Ala.
Kelly, Patrick, sr., Waterbury, Conn.
Kelly, William, jr.. Westmont. N. J. 55, 109, 112, 173
Kennedy, Dwayne, soph., Decatur, Ala. 56
Kennemer, William, soph., Athens, Ala.
Ketcherick, Steven, fr., Wharton, N. J. 56
Kiem, Michael, fr., Pensacola, Fla.
Kilpatrick, Joe, jr., Athens, Ala.
Kimbrell, Coleman, sr., Florence, Ala. 43
King, James, soph., Woodcliff, N. J.
King. James, sr., Leighton, Ala. 30, 43, 138, 166, 176
King, Joel, soph., Moulton, Ala.
Kinslow, Wanda, soph., Memphis, Tenn.
Kirby, Phillip, fr.. Falls Church, Va.
Kirby, Jimniie, grad., Pisgah, Ala.
Kloepping, Roger, sr.. West New York, N. J. 34, 35, 43, 166, 177
Knox, Lewis, sr., Huntsville, Ala.
Kolar, Chris, soph.. Point Pleasant, N. J. 56, 171
Kriso, Allan, soph., Wallington, N. J.
Kriso, Edward, soph., Wallington, N. J.
KunzJer, John, soph., Setauket, N. Y. 56
Kyle, Gloria, soph., Athens, Ala. 56, 99, 170
LaFakis. Pete, soph., Alexandria, Va. 169
McCarthy. Thomas, fr.. Yardley, Pa. 181
McClain. Michael, fr.. Vineland. N. J.
McClurkjn. Joseph, soph.. Athens, Ala.
McCoy. Gregg, fr.. Yardley. Pa.
McCutchen. Gloria, soph.. Huntsville. Ala.
McDuffee. Lori. fr.. Huntsville. Ala.
McGee. James, fr.. Decatur. Ala. 57
Mclver. Susan, soph.. Alexandria. Va. 57
MacKnight. Barbara, soph.. Athens. Ala.
MacKnight. Richard, jr.. Athens, Ala. 57, 1 14
McLaughlin. Timothy, fr.. Glen Ellyn, 111. 57, 181
McLemore, John. jr.. Toney. .■Ma.
McLemore, Wynell. sr.. Athens. .Ala. 44, 170
McMunn. Mar*', sr.. Athens. Ala. 31. 34. 44, 128. 129. 137. 141.
McMurtrie. Daisv. arad.. Huntsville. Ala.
Maday. Donald. 'sojjh.. Winter Park. Fla. 57, 173
Maddo.x. Larry, fr.. Athens. Ala.
Madry. John. fr.. North Tarrytown. N. Y.
Masuire. Gale. soph.. HoUiswoods. N. J. 175
Maiian. Phyllis, fr.. Athens. .Ala. 57. 98
Malhenzie, Janice, soph.. Oriskany Falls. N. Y. 179
Malkin. Lynda, soph.. South Orange. N. J. 109. 116. 117
Malone. Stephen, soph.. Birmingham. .Ala. 57
Maniscalo. Anthony, soph.. Harrison, N. Y.
Mann. Barbara, soph.. Barr. R. L
Mann. Rosalind, fr.. Thousand Oaks. Calif. 57
Markusan. George, fr.. Princeton, N. J.
Marks. Wanda Hanev. fr.. Athens. Ala.
Martin. Clarence, soph.. Huntsville. Ala.
Martin. Ernest, soph.. Birmingham, Ala. 57. 104
Martin. Jay, soph.. Winchester. Tenn.
Martin. Jay. jr.. Decatur, Ala. 88. 89, 173
Martin. Mary. sr.. New Hope, Ala.
Marton. James, fr.. Garfield. N. J. 57
Martone. Carol, soph.. Y'orktown Heights. N. Y.
Matarazzo. Louis, fr.. Springfield. Pa. 57. 181
Mather. Roger, fr.. Mahwah. N. J. 57
Mattox. Joan VanNess. sr.. Huntsville. Ala. 44
May, Carey, grad.. Huntsville. Ala.
Mayes. Linda, jr.. Panama City. Fla. 57, 68, 170
Mayfield. John. soph.. Hartselle, Ala.
Meagher. Charles, sr.. Athens. Ala.
Melaro. John. jr.. Wellsville. N. Y. 57
Mendelson. Mark. fr.. Virginia Beach. Va.
Mengelson. John. soph.. Johnstown. Pa. 57. 88, 89. 173
Mercer. Chris, soph.. Huntsville, Ala.
Merritt. Walter, soph., Williston Park. N. Y. 57, 177
Mikus. Richard, fr.. Decatur, Ala.
Milewicz. John. soph.. Huntsville. Ala.
Miller. Ellen, soph.. Huntsville. Ala. 31. 57
Miller. Lawrence, soph.. Willow Grove, Pa. 57
Miller. Wendell, jr.. Athens. Ala.
Miner. James, jr.. Norfolk. Va. 31, 57. 68. 153. 177
Minetti. Edward, fr.. Raritan. N. J. 57
Miranda. Gene. fr.. Budd Lake. N. J. 173
Miserandino. Josephine, fr.. Brooklyn, N. Y. 175
Mitchell. Barbara, sr.. Decatur. Ala.
Mitchell. Larrv. fr.. Athens. Ala.
Mitchell. Wannell, fr., Moulton, Ala. 57. 104
Mitts, fr., Chattanooga, Tenn. 88
Mizerak. Stephen, sr.. Metuchen. N. J.
Moldenhauer. Gail. soph.. Athens. Ala. 57. 104
MoUiston. Hugo. jr.. Talladega. Ala. 58, 166, 173
Monitor, William, fr.. BrookviUe, N. Y. 58
Moman. John, soph.. Albertville. Ala.
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Montgomery. Wayne, jr.. Birmingham. Ala. 58. 78
Mooney. Terry, fr.. Vincennes. Ind. 58. 79
Moore. Bettye. soph.. Blanche. Tenn. 58. 174
Moore, Sarah, soph.. New York 146. 174
Moore. Joy, jr.. Fayetteville. Tenn. 58
Morgan. Margaret, soph.. Huntsville. Ala.
Morgan. Mary Frances, sr., Decatur, Ala. 44. 99
Moschetta, Robert, soph.. Ridgewood, N. J. 58, 181
Mozolie. John. fr.. Edison. N. J. 58
Mueller. Robert, soph.. Cresskill. N. J. 176
Mummert. Lannv. fr.. New Oxford. Pa.
Murphree. Randall, sr.. Oneonta. Ala. 33, 34, 44, 128, 129, 139, 172, 178
Murphy. Thomas, fr.. Brunswick. Md.
Nawrocki. Margaret, soph.. Cincinnati. Ohio 58. 170
Nelson. James, jr.. Falkville. .Ma.
Nelson. Will. soph.. Athens. Ala.
Neustein, Monroe, soph.. Lake Hiawatha. N. J. 58
Newby. James, sr.. Athens. Ala.
Newman, Janet, sr., Birmingham. Ala. 29. 44, 69, 102, 130, 131, 139, 167,
Nicholson, William, jr.. Falls Church, Va.
Niederer. Chris, fr.. Westfield. N. J. 58
Noah. Linda, fr., Wauchula. Fla. 58
Nolen. John. sr.. Tuscumbia. Ala. 44. 173
Nomkin. Marsha, fr.. Potomac. Md.
Norrell. Mary. jr.. Tonev, Ala.
Norris. Rona'ld. sr.. Decatur. Ala. 45. 79. 85
North. Mary, soph., Asheville, N. C. 58. 132. 179
Nungester. Gar\'. fr.. Decatur. Ala.
Nunn, Jackie, grad.. Decatur. Ala.
O'Donnell. Karen, fr.. Decatur. Ala. 179
O'Rourke. Stephen, soph.. Wayne, N. J. 58, 98
Oakes. Robert, sr.. Huntsville. Ala.
Ooten. Jerrv. fr.. Trinity. Ala.
Osterheld. Jeannette. jr.. .Athens, Ala. 35, 58. 102. 104, 141
Otto, James, sr., Birmingham, Ala. 45. 177
Overbey. Linda, soph.. Nashville. Tenn. 58
Owen. Edward, soph., Alexandria, Va.
Owen. Robert, jr., Huntsville. Ala. 58. 173
Owens. Norman, jr.. Somerville. Ala. 58
Owens. Mervin. jr.. Decatur. Ala.
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Pratt, Edward, soph.. Glen Rock, N. J. 59. 181
Pratt, Walter, grad.. Elkmont. Ala.
Pressnell, Patricia, sr., Athens. Ala. 45
Preston. Pam, soph.. High Point. N. C. 59, 114, 175
Price, Peter, soph., Anniston, Ala. 59, 166, 181
Price, Thomas, sr., Atlanta, Ga. 45, 169
Prince, Billy, soph.. Hartselle. Ala.
Purdy. Carole, soph.. Huntsville, Ala.
Purdy, Catherine, soph.. Patchoque, N. Y. 59, 68
Purdy, William, jr.. Huntsville. Ala.
Quade, William, fr.. Falls Church, Va. 109, 116. 117
Raby, Anita, fr.. Athens, Ala, 59, 98
Rafanello, Robert, soph.. East Hanover. N. J. 60
Ramsey. Paul R.. sr.. Toney. Ala. 45
Randolph. Jimmy. fr„ Hatton, Ala. 60. 80
Ray, Frederica, soph., Alexandria, Va.
Ray, Margaret, soph.. SuUigent. Ala.
Ready, Duane, soph.. Redstone Arsenal. Ala.
Reddish. Robby, soph.. Athens, Ala.
Redmon, Mari-E, sr., Huntsville, Ala. 45. 171
Reece. Brent, soph.. Decatur, Ala.
Reed, David, jr.. Decatur, Ala. 60
Reed. James, soph., McLean, Va. 166, 181
Reed, Judith Short, soph.. Decatur, Ala. 61. 148
Reed. Frances, soph.. Athens, Ala.
Reevie, Alexander, soph., Metuchen, N. J.
Register. Freeman, jr.. Athens. Ala. 173
Reid, Charles, unci.. Hartselle. Ala.
Reiley. John, fr.. Scotch Plains. N. Y. 60
Reinhart. Craig, fr.. Huntsville, Ala. 109, 117
Renick. William, jr.. Nashville. Tenn. 169
Renn, Nancy, soph., Centerport, N. Y. 60, 69
Renshaw, Gary, fr.. Eighty Four, Pa. 60
Reso, Randall, soph., Morrisville, Pa, 60
Reynolds, John, jr., Hartselle. Ala.
Rhodes, Billy, sr., Decatur, Ala. 45
Ricard, Peter, jr.. Acushnet. Mass.
Richards. Michael, soph.. Chicago, 111,
Richardson, Danny, fr.. Athens. Ala.
Rinehart. Hugh, fr.. Cheltenham, Pa. 60, 177
Rippy, James, jr., Athens. Ala.
Pagano. Chip. soph.. Brooklyn, N. Y. 58, 180
Page, Bonnie, jr.. Madison, Ala.
Page, Judy, sr., Decatur. Ala.
Paglia, Joseph, soph.. Ramsey, N. J.
Pape. Peter, fr.. Yardley, Pa. 31, 58, 153
Park, John, sr., Elkton, Tenn.
Parker, Johnny, soph.. Athens. Ala.
Parker, John, jr.. Hartselle, Ala.
Parker. John. soph.. Huntsville. Ala.
Parrish, Irene, sr.. Huntsville. Ala.
Parsons, Davis, sr., Madison. Ala.
Parton. Harvey, soph.. New Market. Ala. 58
Pate. Alex. jr.. Athens. Ala.
Pathway, Thomas, fr.. Westfield, N. J. 59
Patton, Mildred, jr.. Huntsville. Ala.
Paulus. Robert, soph.. Wharton. N. J. 58
Paustian, Judy, fr., Athens, Ala.
Payne. Donald, fr.. Athens. Ala. 33. 58, 133. 177
Pearson, Eric, fr., Wilton, Conn. 59
Pecil, James, soph., Colonia, N. J.
Penchosky, Alfred, fr., Huntsville, Ala. 59
Penders, Thomas, fr.. South Plainfield. N. J.
Pepler, Wayne, soph.. Pascoag, R. I.
Pepper, Margaret, soph.. Athens, Ala. 59. 170
Petersen. Bendt, jr.. Athens. Ala.
Pethick. Susan, soph.. North Plainfield. N. J. 59, 87. 179
Phillips, Emily, sr., Decatur. Ala. 30, 35, 45. 98, 141, 166, 170
Pierce, Douglas, sr.. Huntsville. Ala.
Pinto. Ezekiel, soph.. East Brunswick. N. J. 59, 181
Plant. Weldon, sr., Toney, Ala. 45. 173
Plummer. Barbara, fr., Ridgefield, Conn. 68
Poe, James, soph., Monroeville. Ala. 59
Poole, Gary, soph., Athens, Ala.
Pope. Barry, jr.. Athens. Ala. 31. 59. 133. 139, 141, 169
Popel, John, soph., Huntsville, Ala.
Porch. John, soph., Athens, Ala.
Porterfield. Patricia, jr.. Pulaski. Tenn. 59, 133
Post, Claudia, soph., Philadelphia, Pa. 59
Pounders. Cecil, fr.. Moulton. Ala.
Powell. James, sr.. Birmingham. Ala. 45. 173
Power. James, soph.. Tonev. Ala.
Prater. James, soph.. Athens. Ala. 59
Prater, Maureen, soph., Toney, Ala.
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Ritchie. Barn,', fr., Wagontown, Pa. 169
Roberts. Gary, fr., Nutley, N. Y.
Roberts, William, jr., Madison, Ala.
Robertson. Myron, jr.. Vinemont. Ala.
Roeder. Carol sr.. Huntsville. Ala. 45
Rogers. Charles, soph., Decatur. Ala.
Rogers, Nell, soph., Ardmore. Tenn.
Rogers, Patsy, sr., Taft, Tenn. 45
Rogers, Randal, sr., Decatur, Ala.
Rogers, Sally, fr.. Decatur. Ala.
Romano, Joseph, fr.. Vineland, N. J.
Rossman, Kenneth, sr., Athens, Ala.
Rowan, Tom, jr.. New York, 1 10
Rowe, Edna, soph., Athens, Ala. 60
Roy, Marv Edith., jr., Hartselle, Ala.
Runge, Robert, fr.. New Milford. N. J. 60
Rusk, Billy, fr., Rogersville, Ala.
Ryder, Michael, sr., Huntsville. Ala. 45
Saginor, Lee. jr.. New Haven. Conn. 94
Salek, Lawrence, fr., Somerville, N. J. 60
Sams, James, unci., Decatur, .Ala.
Sanders. Jeffrev. soph.. Huntsville, Ala.
Sanders. James, fr.. Springfield. N. J. 60. 181
Sandlin, Bobby Jane, sr., Athens, Ala. 29, 45
Sandlin. Charles, jr.. Decatur. Ala.
Scarano, Anthony, soph.. Saddle Brook, N. J.
Schafer, Maurice, unci., Huntsville, Ala.
Schiebelhuth. Paul, fr., Franklin Square, N. Y. 60, 1
Schmidt, Caren. fr., Alexandria. Va. 60. 179
Schmoldt, Bruce, fr., Edison. N. J. 60
Schneiderman. Bob, unci.. Little Neck, N. Y.
Scholz. Kenneth, soph.. Rochelle Park, N. J.
Schrimsher. Clyde, jr., Athens, Ala.
Scott. Dewey, jr., Decatur, Ala.
Scott, Frances, jr.. Athens. Ala.
Scott, Kenneth, jr.. Athens. Ala.
Sefton. Evelyn, fr., Huntsville, Ala.
Sefton, Nicole, sr., Huntsville, Ala.
Segars, Thomas, sr., Decatur, Ala. 45
Seifried, Charles, soph., Ballwin, Mo. 177
Setterlund, Florence, sr.. Huntsville, Ala. 46
Sexton, Mable, jr., Madison, Ala.
Shackelford, Jesse, sr.. Danville, Ala. 46
Shannon. Nancy, fr.. Athens. Ala. 60, 130
Sharpe, William, sr., Danville, Ala.
Shaver, Lee. sr.. Florence. N. J. 46. 173
Shaw. Frank, sr., England, Ark. 46
Shelburne, King, unci., Birmingham, Ala.
Sherrill, Lakin, soph.. Athens, Ala. 61
Shipp. Bonnie, sr.. Huntsville. Ala. 46
Short, Jessie, grad., Athens. Ala.
Sierchio. Diana, soph.. Cedar Grove, N. J. 61
Signore, Allen, fr.. Iselin, N. J.
Silas, James, fr.. Athens, Ala. 61
Simmons. Lynda, jr.. Decatur. Ala. 61
Simon, Warren, fr.. Glenside. Pa. 177
Sims, Sandra Hardwick, sr., Hartselle. Ala. 46
Sims. Tommy Ray, jr.. Danville. Ala. 61
Singer, Stephen, jr., Philadelphia, Pa.
Sivertsen, Carl, fr.. Rutherford, N. J. 61
Sivley, Joe, sr., Somerville, Ala.
Skinner, Regina, sr., Huntsville, Ala.
Slaten, Wayne, sr., Decatur, Ala. 46
Slattery, Bart, fr., Huntsville, Ala. 61
Small, Joseph, fr., Stroudsburg, Pa. 61, 181
Smith, Carol, fr.. East Bethany, N. Y. 61, 68, 87, 17
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Smith. Charles, sr., Decatur. Ala. 46
Smith. Claire, soph.. Athens, Ala.
Smith, Glenn, sr., Birmingham, Ala. 46, 166, 167, 176
Smith, Jerry, soph., Athens, Ala.
Smith, Linda Wales, sr., Elkmont, Ala. 46
Smith, Marian, fr., Athens, Ala. 61
Smith, Roger, jr., Elmira, N. Y. 61
Smith, Ronnie, fr., Wayne, Pa.
Smith, Rose May. unci.. Athens. Ala.
Smith. Sibley, soph.. New Canaan, Conn. 175, 181
Smith, Tyndall, fr.. New Canaan. Conn. 175
Smith. William, Sr., Huntsville, Ala. 46
Smithson, John, sr., Pulaski, Tenn.
Snedeker. Pamela, soph.. Fort Lauderdale. Fla. 61, 178
Snoddy, Jerald, sr., Huntsville, Ala.
Sobotka, Edith, grad., Decatur, Ala.
Sorkin, Eric, fr.. Media, Pa. 61
Sparkman, Joe, sr.. Hartselle, Ala.
Speziale, Joseph, soph.. Valley Stream, N. Y. 61
Spiegel, Alvan, fr., Washington, Pa.
Stacey, Howard, soph., Athens, Ala.
Stafford. Jerry, jr., Madison, Ala.
Standndge, James, jr.. Decatur, Ala.
Steele, William, soph.. Athens, Ala. 61. 98. 100
Stewart. Keith, fr.. Metuchen. N. J. 61. 177
Stewart. Pamela. Decatur, Ala., 112. 113. 114
Sticht, Robert, soph., Cortland, N. J. 61
Stone, Donald, sr., Athens, Ala., 46, 104. 109
Stone. Sandra, fr., Athens, Ala. 61
Stone, Marguerite, jr., Hartselle, Ala.
Storipan. Tyler, soph.. Perth Amboy, N. J. 61
Stratton, Vincent, soph.. Maple Shade, N. J. 61, 166. 181
Stroud, Fred, jr., Titusville, Fla.
Suboh. Sameh, soph., Kuwait, Arabia 61
Susong. Samuel, grad., Hartselle, Ala.
Sutton, Robert, jr., Franklin, Pa.
Swaim, Elam, fr., Huntsville, Ala.
Swain, Michael, fr.. Arlington, Va. 61
Swartz, Hal, soph., Kanka'kee, 111. 62, 69, 177
Swartz, William, fr.. North Arlington, N. J. 62
Swingle, Michael, fr., Scotch Plains. N. J. 62
Talaga. Joseph, jr., Chicago. 111. 62, 177
Talarico. Paul, soph., Ramsey. N. J. 116, 117
Tassielli, Ottavio, soph., Belleville, N. J. 62, 169
Tassinaro, James, soph.. Landing, N. J. 62
Taylor, Gary, soph., Huntsville. Ala.
Taylor. Peggy, fr.. Decatur. Ala.
Taylor. Terry, fr.. Huntsville. Ala.
Teague. James, soph.. Decatur. Ala.
Terry. Marshall, soph.. Decatur. Ala. 62, 173
Tharp, Peter, sr., Athens, Ala. 56, 139, 166, 173
Thomas, J. P., grad., Decatur, Ala.
Thompson, Eleanor, fr., PennsviUe, N. J. 62, 87. 151, 179
Thompson, James, jr., Elkton, Tenn. 62
Thompson, Joe, fr.. Marietta, Ga. 62, 80
Thompson, Paige, soph.. Delray Beach. Fla. 62, 178
Thompson, Marilyn, fr., Arlington, Va.
Thomson, Stewart, grad., Hartselle, Ala.
Thorn, John, fr., Vincennes, Ind. 62, 81
Thrasher, Jane, sr., Huntsville, Ala.
Thurman, William, soph., Trenton. N. J.
Thurston. Elmer. soph._, Birmingham, Ala. 62
Tidwell. Thomas, soph'., Athens, Ala.
Tignor, William, unci.. Huntsville, Ala.
Tiller, Patsy, sr., Athens, Ala. 46, 133
Tiller. William, jr., Decatur. Ala.
Tipps, Karmyn, soph., Alexandria, Va. 62, 68, 166, 167, 171
Tomlinson, Don, grad., Danville, Ala.
Tomlinson, James, unci., Rogersville, Ala.
Tomlinson, Tommy, grad.. Trinity, Ala.
Toone, Elna, jr., Athens, Ala.
Townshend, Russell, soph., Davidsonville, Md. 169
Tremallo, Louis, soph., Morristown, N. J. 62
Tremberth, Steven, soph., Arlington Heights, 111. 62
Trucks, James, fr., Mineola, N. Y. 62, 167, 176. 177
Tuggle, Maxine, grad., Huntsville, Ala. 46
Turner. Leska, soph., Tu.scaloosa, Ala. 62, 174
Turner, Roy. soph., Athens, Ala. 62, 174
Turner, Roy, soph.. Athens, Ala. 100, 177
Turner. Sylvia, soph., Huntsville, Ala.
Turner, WiUiam, jr., Pulaski, Tenn.
Tuve, Alfred, soph.. Saddle Brook, N. J. 62
Ulrich, Jonathan, unci., Athens, Ala.
Usery, Neal, soph., Athens, Ala. 62
Valenza, Ronald, fr., Haddon Heights, N. J. 62, 181
Vann, James, sr., Huntsville, Ala. 47
Varchi, Joseph, soph., Somerville, N. J. 31, 62, 153, 168
Vaughn, James, jr., Decatur, Ala.
Vaughn, Pamela, soph., Jericho, N. Y.
Voges, Wendy, grad., Decatur, Ala.
Volman. Joseph, soph.. Saddle Brook, N. J. 62
VonTobel, Carl, fr., Dupont, N. J. 63
Wagner, Maurice, grad.. Huntsville, Ala.
Waldron, Robert, jr., Baileyton, Ala.
Wallace, Larrv, sr., HartseUe, Ala.
Walsh, John, jr., Broomall, Pa. 63, 181
Walsh, Michael, soph., Rochester, N. Y. 63
Walton, Pamela, sr., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Ward. Dennis, fr., Haverlown, Pa. 63, 177
Ward, Gary, jr., Athens, Ala. 63. 169
Ward, Marquis, grad., Decatur, Ala.
Warren, Douglas, jr., Athens, Ala. 63
Wathey, Richard, soph.. West Hempstead. N. Y. 63
Watner, Hal, soph., Cresskill, N. J. 63
Wattenbarger. Henry, soph., Fayetteville, Tenn.
Weaver, Terry Gene, sr., 47
Weed, Morgan, sr., Decatur, Ala.
Weingarten, Monroe, soph., Philadelphia, Pa. 63
Welch, Johnny, sr., Gadsden, Ala. 47
Wenger, Jerome, jr., Philadelphia, Pa. 33, 63
Wheeler, Alan, fr., Portsmouth, R. I.
Wheeler, Sammy, sr., Huntsville, Ala.
Whisenant, JoAnn, jr., Decatur, Ala. 63
Whisenant, Judy, soph., Decatur, Ala. 113, 115
White, Audrey, jr., Huntsville. Ala.
White, Byron, sr.. Huntsville, Ala. 47
White, Pam Ellen, sr., Huntsville, Ala.
White, Robert, jr., Athens, Ala.
White, Tommy, soph., Huntsville, Ala. 63
Whitehorn, Doris, jr., Athens, Ala.
Whiteway, Eric, fr., Philadelphia, Pa. 177
Whitt, W'illis, sr., Huntsville, Ala. 47
Wilby, Robert, fr., Haddonfield, N. J.
Williams, Eariine, sr., Huntsville, Ala.
Williams, Joe, sr., Huntsville, Ala.
Williams, Nancy, sr., Jasper, Ala. 47
Williams, Richard, fr., Alexandria, Va.
Wilson, Alvin, grad., Athens. Ala.
Wilson, Carol, soph., Andalusia, Ala. 63, 69
Wilson, Clarence, jr., Waterioo, Ala. 63
Wilson, James, sr.. Athens, Ala.
Wilson, Max, sr., Athens, Ala.
Wilson, Tallulah Smith, sr., Athens, Ala.
Wolfe, Albert, soph.. Bernardsville, N. J, 169
Wolfe, John, jr., Athens, Ala.
Wolfe, Harry, soph., Athens, Ala.
Wood, Helen, soph., Potomac, Md. 63. 166. 174
Wright. John, jr., Athens, Ala.
Yancy, Regina. jr., Athens, Ala. 63, 141
Yannett, Charies, soph., Endicott, N. Y. 63
Yarbrough, Annie, grad., Athens, Ala.
Yarbrough. Fred, jr., Athens. Ala.
Yarbrough, Creigh, soph.. Lakeland. Fla. 63, 99
Yarbrough, M. S., grad., Harvest, Ala.
Yarbrough, Stephen, jr., Decatur, Ala. 100
Young. Leighton, sr., Huntsville, Ala. 47
Young, Marvin, jr., Athens, Ala.
Young, Michael, fr., Norristown, Pa. 63, 181
Young, Walter, soph.. Norristown, Pa.
Zalloughi, Judith, fr., Brooklyn, N. Y. 175
Zerger, Carolyn, sr., Huntsville, Ala. 47
Zizelman, Stephen, fr., Brooklyn, N. Y, 63
Zmuda, Ronald, soph., Scotch Plains, N. J. 173
Zuercher, Earl, grad., Athens, Ala. 177
Zuercher, Marie, sr., Athens, Ala. 47
Nealie T. Anderson, instructor in Physics; BS, MS University of Tennessee
Janice Z. Anderson, instructor in Sociology: BS Westminster College, MA
Ohio State University
Annette C. Askew, assistant professor of English, BA Woman's College of
Georgia, MA Duke University — 16
Bailey, Lynwood, instructor in Mathematics, BS, MS Auburn University;
advanced studies at University of Alabama — 16
TerPv' Baker, instructor in Mathematics. BE Vanderbilt University; ad-
vanced studies at University of Alabama
James D. Ballew, Director of Libraries; BS Athens College, MA, George
Peabody College, advanced studies at University of Alabama and Geor-
gia Tech — 21
James E. Bathurst. professor of Psychology; BA McPherson College; MA.
PhD State University of Iowa; advanced studies Columbia and Ohio
State Universities — 16
Oba E. Belcher, associate professor of Physical Education; BS Florence
State College. MEd Auburn University — 16
William D. Bell, associate professor of History; BS, MA Mississippi State
College; advanced studies at Louisiana State University — 21
R. L. Bnttain. professor of English; BA LIniversitv of Georgia. M.A Colum-
bia University; advanced studies at .Auburn University — 16
Robert L. Broad, instructor in Law; BS LIniversity of Alabama, LLB Uni-
versity of Chicago
Barbara Brooks, assistant professor of Secretarial Science; BA University
of Wichita, MA University of Alabama; advanced studies at George
Peabody College - 16 ^
Richard W. Bryan, professor of Business Administration; PhB Emory Uni-
versity, MS, PhD New York University - 17
Max Camp, instructor in Music; BMus University of Alabama. MMus
George Peabody College - 2 1
Dorothy Campbell, assistant professor of Physical Education; BS Michi-
gan State University, M.A University of Michigan; advanced studies at
University of Michigan - 17
Archie Carroll, assistant professor of Business Administration; BS, MBA
Florida State University
Armando Castellanos, professor of Business Administration; BA. LLD.
DPS University of Havana; advanced studies at University of Villanue-
va and St. Louis University - 17
Mildred Caudle, assistant professor of history; B.A Athens College, MA
George Peabody College
Richard W. Couch, professor of Biologv ; AA in Educ, Oklahoma A&M,
BS Oklahoma State University, MS University of Tennessee. PhD Au-
burn Universitv - 17
James L. Davis, associate professor of Business .Administration. BS. MS
University of Alabama; advanced studies at University of Alabama - 17
Robert B. DeJanes, Dean of Students; BA George Washington University.
MA University of Tennessee, PhD University of Virginia - 13
Robert S. Doherty. instructor in Business; B.A, MS Mississippi Southern
Patricia Edwards, assistant professor of drama; BA. MA Mississippi State
Erilca Festa, instructor in Matliematics; MS. PtiD University of Vienna
Rudolf Festa, instructor in Mathematics; MS, PhD. University of Vienna
Elton C. Fitch, assistant professor of Sociology; BB Birmingham Southern
College. DD Virginia Theological Seminary
Eugenia P. Fitch, instructor in Music; BME Birmingham Conservatory of
Music, BA Birmingham Southern College. MA Columbia University —
Margaret E. Folev. professor of Modern Languages; BA Ohio Wesleyan
University. MA University of Illinois. Litt.D Alma College — 17
Aldo Forte, professor of Mathematics; PhD University of Havana; ad-
vanced studies at University of Western Louisiana — 17
Samuel K. Goans. instructor in Business; BSC Carson Newman College
Sam Lee Greenwood, professor of Foreign Languages; BA Winona Col-
lege; PhD University of Chicago — 17
Morris C. Hanvell, tutor of Mathematics; BS Athens College — 18
William Hauser. Dean of the College; BA Denison University. MA, PhD
Universitv of Pittsburg ~ 12
Bert Hayes, professor of History; BA Toccoa Falls Institute, MA, PhD He-
brew Union College, Jerusalem; advanced studies Eastern Baptist Col-
lege, Dallas Theological College, University of Cincinnati — 18
Gwen Hicks, instructor in Education; BS Jacksonville Slate College, MA
George Peabody College
Herbert L. Hughes, instructor in English; BA Transylvania College, MA
Columbia University. PhD University of Virginia
Dennis Johnson, instructor in Art; BA Athens College, MA University of
Alabama — 18
Jeffrey King, assistant professor of Music; BS Indiana Stale College, MM
Florence State College — 21
George Frederick Kirchner, director of Physical Education and Athletics;
BS Clemson University, MS Louisiana State University, DED Indiana
University; advanced studies at Springfield College, George Peabody
College, New York University — 18
Joy M. Kirchner, professor of Education; BS, MA Texas Woman's Univer-
sity, HSD Indiana University — 18
Otis Kirby, instructor in religion; BA Birmingham Southern College, BD
Edwin E. Klingman, assistant professor of Mathematics; BS Louisiana
State University, MS and advanced studies at Universitv of Alabama —
Theodore Kromis, instructor in business; BA Birmingham Southern Col-
lege, LLB Birmingham School of Law. CPA
Penne Jones Laubenthal, tutor in English; BA Athens College — 18
Ralph E. Ledbetler. laboratory instructor in Phvsics; Chemistrv; BS Ath-
Jack D. Loose, instructor in Physics; BME, MME Cornell University
Elva Bell McLin, assistant professor of English; BA, BS, Kansas State
Teachers College, MA University of Alabama; advanced studies at Uni-
versity of Birmingham, England — 19
Ronald C. McNutt, associate professor of Chemistry; BS Athens College,
MS and PhD, Vanderbilt University - 19
E. Darby Mason, Chaplain and instructor in Religion; BS University of
Alabama, BD, Vanderbilt University — 18
Alice C. Maurer, tutor in English and Biology; BS University of Alabama
Larry F. May, tutor in Biology; BS Athens College - 18
Acton E. Middlebrooks. professor of Rehgion and Philosophy; BA Bir-
mingham Southern College. BD Garrett Theological Seminary, MA,
PhD Northwestern University — 19
Harry Moon, associate professor of Music; BA, MA Coe College, MMus,
University of Michigan — 21
Robert J. Nauman, instructor in Physics; BS, MS University of Alabama;
advanced studies University of Alabama
Angeline Nazaretian, associate professor ol physical education; BS Ala-
bama College, MA University of Alabama — 19
Paul H. Neal, associate professor of speech; BA Berea College, MA North-
western University — 19
Dorothy Neblett. instructor in Art; BA Lindenwood College, MFA Mills
Loraine B. Pabst, professor of History; BS Eastern Illinois Teachers Col-
lege, MA, PhD University of Ilhnois — 19
LaFayette Patterson, assistant professor of History; BA Birmingham
Southern College, MA Stanford University, LHD Birmingham South-
John W. Ramsden, instructor of Education; BS Florence State College,
MA George Peabody College, advanced studies at University of Ala-
E. Ruth Rankin, Associate Dean of Student Personnel; AB Tarkio College,
MA University of Michigan — 13
Henry Grady Richards, instructor in History; BA George Peabody Col-
lege, MA Columbia University
Gordon S. Ricks, instructor in Social Science; AB, MA University of Mis-
Betty B. Rogers, tutor in Languages; BA Athens College — 20
David L. Rosenau, Jr., assistant professor of Business and Social Science;
BA Yale University, JD Stanford University
John R. Russell, III, assistant professor of Biology; BS Athens College, MS
Tennessee Technical University — 20
Larry A. Saunders, assistant professor in English; BA Memphis State Uni-
versity, MA Auburn University — 20
Ewell M. Scott, instructor in Music; BS, MA University of Alabama — 22
William A. Short, professor of Chemistry; BS Furman University, MS
University of South Carolina, MS, PhD University of Alabama — 20
Joe H. Slate, assistant professor of Education; BA Athens College, MA
University of Alabama, advanced studies at University of Alabama
Anatol von Spakovsky, professor of Humanities; PhD University of Lyub-
lyana, Yugoslavia; advanced studies at University of Nancy, France
Elizabeth J. Spencer, instructor in Secretarial Science; BS Athens College;
MA George Peabody College
Florence M. Steward, instructor in Enghsh; BA University of Cincinnati,
MA Harvard University, LittD Alma College — 23
Lloyd Stone, instructor in Mathematics; BA Athens College, MA George
Katherine W. Thompson, instructor in Pohtical Science; BA University of
Warren J. Tomme. instructor in Mathematics; BS, MS, PhD Texas A&M
Kenneth Turvey, instructor of Music; BM, MM Cincinnati Conservatory
of Music — 21
Jonathan D. Ulnch, tutor in Chemistrv; BS. Athens College
Margaret C. Waldron. tutor in History; B.-^. .-Xthens College — 20
Nathan E. Welch, instructor in Mathematics; BS. MS. PhD Texas A&M
Charles C. West, instructor in Religion and Philosophy; BA Birmingham
Southern College, BD Vanderbilt University — 22
Leovis D. Whitt, instructor in History; BA Athens College; advanced
studies at University of Mississippi, University of Alabama, and Flor-
ence State Colleae
Max Wilson, instructor of Physical Education; BS Athens College — 22
Wilbur B. Wright, instructor of Biology: BS Auburn University, MS Uni-
versity of Georgia — 22
Joseph M. Young, professor of Education; BS Sam Houston State College,
MA, EdD, University of Arizona — 22
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF INDEX
Frank N. Philpot, President - 10, 11, 38
Charles Cooper, Director of College Relations — 15
Bobby Ray Hicks, Business Manager — 15
Machin Gardner, Director of Admissions — 14
Mary H. White, Bursar - 26
George Massingale, Director of the Student Union
Martha A, Porter, Secretary to the President — 26
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANTS INDE.X
Judy Bailey — 24
Myra Barnett — 24
Berval Bennett — 14
Elton L. Bice
C. R. Brown
Hallie Carson - 23. 24
Curtis Coleman — 14
Elizabeth Elliott - 24
Anita Gregg — 24
Bessie Gladney — 24
Barbara Green — 24
Bertha Hargrove — 25
Jesse B. Hargrove — 25
Epsie Horn — 25
Sara Leoper — 25
Margene Levens — 25
James Long — 25
Mildred McLain - 25
Lola Martin — 25
Martha Minor ~ 25
Velma Nugent — 26
Etoil Pearce — 26
Annie Ruth Prince
Alma Puryear — 26
Arlene Puryear — 26
Mary Ahce Sexton — 26
Ewell Smith - 15
Traudel von Spakovsky -
Gladys Ward - 26
John Walters - 14
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