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1959 



Editor TOM CLEVELAND 

Business Manager . . INGRAM GOMILLION 





ADMINIS TRATION 



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C L A S S E S 



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S P O I R T S 



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A C T I V I T I E S 



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OUR AD VERTISERS 



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IXECOGNIZING HIS CONSPICUOUS ACHIEVEMENT IN 
THE FIELD OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND THE PROMOTION 
OF CHRISTIAN IDEALS, WE THE STUDENT BODY ARE PROUD 
TO DEDICATE THE 1959 ENTRE NOUS TO 

DR. HERBERT A. McCULLOUGH 



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FR AT I O N 



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LESLIE S. WRIGHT 
President 








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HARWELL G. DAVIS 
Chancellor 



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JOHN A. FINCHER 
Dean of the College 



EVAN ZEIGER 
Business Manager 




JAMES A. CLARKE 
Registrar 



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WOODROW R. BYRUM, 
Director of Pharmacy Division 



DAVIS C. WOOLLEY 
Director of Extension Division 




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RUSSELL R. DONALDSON 
Director of Development 




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A. T. SCROGGINS 
Director of Public Relations 



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F. WILBUR HELMBOLD 
Librarian 






WILLIAM PRATT DALE, II 
Dean of Men 



MARGARET D. SIZEMORE 
Dean of Women 




BEN J. CONNELL 
Director of Religious Activities 





H. LINDY MARTIN 
Director of Student Affairs 



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MICHAEL WHITE 
Auditor 



ACTON 



ALLEN 



ATCHISON 



AVERY 



BAGGETT 



BAILEY 



ACTON, HUL-CEE M., A.M., Ph.D., Professor of Romance Language; ALLEN, RAY, M.S.,C.P.A., Assistant 
Professor Business Administration; ATCHISON, R. M., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of English; AVERY, L. G., M.A., 
Instructor English; BAGGETT, HUDSON, Th.M., Th.D., Assistant Professor; BAILEY, H. C, M.A., Ph.D., Pro- 
fessor of History. 



FACULTY 




BANCROFT 


BARNES 


BEE 


BISHOP 


BRYAN 


BUSBEE 


BYRUM 


CARR 


CARTER 



BANCROFT, W. H., M.S., Assistant Professor of 
Physics; BARNES, WALTER, M.A., Instructor in 
Physical Education; BEE MRS. EUGENE, Libra- 
rian for Special Collections. 



BISHOP, W. S., M.S., Associate Professor of 
Mathematics; BRYAN, SIGURD, B.D., Th.D., 
Associate Professor of Religion; BUSBEE, BETTY 
ANNE, M.A., Instructor in Mathematics. 



BYRUM, W. R., Ph.D., Professor of Pharma- 
cognosy; CARR, MOLLY, Senior Cataloger; 
CARTER, MRS. FRANCIS, M.S., Ed.D., Assistant 
Professor of Education. 



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CARTER, JOHN T., M.S., Ed.D., Associate Professor of Education; CHAPMAN, JAMES H., A.M., Tfi.M., 
Professor of Religion; COX, MRS. R. J., B.S., instructor in Home Economics; DAVISON, ' VERNON g', 
Tfi.M., Ph.D., Professor of Religion and Greek; DEAN, ROBERT H., M.M., Assistant Professor of Music' 
DOBBINS, AUSTIN C, M.A., Pfi.D., Professor of Englisti. 



FACULTY 



EDWARDS, WM. T., JR., B.D., Th.D., Assistant 
Professor of Religion; FORMAN, ELIZABETH, 
A.M., Associate Professor of Psychology; FREE- 
MAN, H. L., M.E., M.M.E., Assistant Professor 
of Mothemotics. 



FUNDERBURKE, DOROTHY, M.S., Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Home Economics; GARNER, ALTO L., 
M.A., Ed.D., Professor of Education; GIBSON, 
DAVID, M.M., Assistant Pi-ofessor of Music. 



HALL, CLARENCE C, JR., M.S., Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Biology; HARMON, ANNE, M.S., 
Instructor in Chemistry; HAWLEY, WHEELER, 
M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Romance Languages. 




EDWARDS 


FORMAN 


FREEMAN 


FUNDERBURKE 


GARNER 


GIBSON 


HALL 


HARMON 


HAWLEY 



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HAZELGROVE 



HICKS 



HILL 



IRONS 



JACKS 



KOSKI 



HAZELGROVE, LEVEN, M.S., Assistant Professor of Chemistry; HICKS, THOMAS, M.S., Assistant Professor 
of Physics; HILL, MRS. FRANCES, M.A., Assistant professor of English; IRONS, GEORGE, A.M., Ph.D., 
Professor of History; JACKS, MRS. WYNELLE, M.A., Assistant Professor of Economics; KOSKI, GEORGE, 
A.M., Associate Professor of Music. 



FACULTY 




KURZ 


LANGSTON 


LEDBETTER 


LEMERON 


lunceford 


McDonald 


McDonald 


MARTINSON 


McCULLOUGH 



KURZ, MRS. MYRTIS, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of 
English; LANGSTON, JAMES, M.A., Ph.D., Pro- 
fessor of Chemistry; LEDBETTER, VIRGIL, B.S.E., 
Instructor in Physical Education. 



LEMERON, EVERETT, M.A., Instructor in Busi- 
ness Administration; LUNCEFORD, WILLIAM, 
Th.M., Th.D., Professor of Religion; MAC- 
DONALD, DANIEL, M.M., Instructor in Music. 



McDonald, MRS. DELORES, M.S., Assistant 
Professor of Mathematics; MARTINSON, MRS. 
KATHLEEN, M..M., Assistant Professor of Music; 
McCULLOUGH, HERBERT, M.S., Ph.D., Professor 
of Biology. 



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MERCK 



MILLER 



MITCHELL 




MURRAY 



NUGENT 



MERCK, MRS. BARBARA, M.A., Assistant Professor of English; MILLER, MRS. JERRY, Assistant to Cotaloger; 
MITCHELL, MRS. MARY, Reserve Librarian; MITCHELL, SAMUEL, M.A., Assistant Professor of English; 
MURRAY, W.D., M.A., Ed.D., Professor of Education; NUGENT, BILL, M.M., Instructor In Music. 



FACULTY 



■OBENCHAIN, MRS. I. R., A.M., Associate Pro- 
jfessor of Sociology; OUSLEY, MRS. ELEANOR, 
i'B.M., M.M., Assistant Professor of Music; PIANO, 
IMRS. MARTHA, M.A., Port time Instructor in 
iSpanish; DICKINSON, HARRY E., A.M., Ph.D., 
Professor of Sociology. 



=UGH, MRS. SANDRA, B.S.E., Circulation Li- 
ararian; ROBINETTE, MARTIN, M.S., Assistant 
'rofessor of Pharmacy; ROBINSON, MRS. TRUE, 
Assistant Professor of Art; REEVES, LERONZO 
r., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Economics and 
iusiness Administration. 



?OE, MRS. JOYCE, Extension Division; SARKISS, 
HARRY, B.D., A.M., Ph.D., Associate Professor 
3f History; SCHATZ, PAUL, M.S., Associate Pro- 
fessor of Business Administration; SHARMAN, 
JAMES E., A.M., Associate Professor of Physical 
Education. 




DICKINSON 


OBENCHAIN 


OUSLEY 


PIANO 


REEVES 


PUGH 


ROBINETTE 


ROBINSON 


SHARMAN 


ROE 


SARKISS 


SCHATZ 



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SHEPPERD 



SLAUGHTER 



STEER 



STEPP 



STRANDBERG 



TOWNES 



SHEPPERD, BETTY SUE, M.M., Instructor in Music; SLAUGHTER, JANE, M.S.M., Assistant Professor of 
Music; STEER, HELEN V., M.A., Instructor in Dramatic Arts; STEPP, HUBERT F., M.A., Ph.D., Professor 
of Economics; STRANDBERG, NEWTON, M.M., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Music; TOWNES, McKELLAR, 
M.A., Assistant Professor of English. 



FACULTY 






TURKIEWICZ, WITOLD W., B.M., M.A., Assistant 
Professor of Music; VAN GELDER, MRS. W. R., 
A.M., Associate Professor of English; VESS, 
DAVID M., M.A., Assistant Professor of History; 
VISE, SIDNEY R., M.M., Instructor in Music. 



WALKER, ARTHUR L., JR., B.D., Th.D., Associate 
Professor of Religion; WEEKS, MRS. GRACE E., 
M.A., Assistant Professor of Spanish; WEIGEL, 
ROBERT D., M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of 
Biology; WILDER, MRS. CLIFFORD, A.M., Asso- 
ciate Professor of Art. 



WHEELER, RURIC E., M.S., Ph.D., Professor of 
Mathematics; WILLOUGHBY, AVALEE, M.S., 
Assistant Professor of Physical Education; 
WINTTER, JOHN E., M.S., Ph.D., Professor of 
Pharmacy; YEOMANS, G. ALLAN, .M.A., Asso- 
ciate Professor of Speech. 



TURKIEWICZ 


VAN GELDER 


VESS 


VISE 


WALKER 


WEEKS 


WEIGEL 


WILDER 


WHEELER 


WILLOUGHBY 


WINTTER 


YEOMANS 



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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANTS 




MRS. GENE C. KELSER 

Secretary to the 

President 



MISS SHIRLEY ANDERSON 

Secretary to the 

Dean 



MRS. CHARLES RUTLEDGE 
Secretary to the 
Business Manager 



MISS MARY FRANCES TUCKER 

Secretary to the 

Development Office 




MRS. R. T. MEADOWS 
Assistant Dean 
of Women 



MRS. C. S. KERR 

Head Resident, 

Women's Dormitory 



MRS. C. T. GOODE 

Head Resident, 
Women's Dormitory 



SHELLIE INZER 
Business Office 




MRS. MAURICE VICE 


MRS. R. MINER 


MRS. DAVID VESS 


MRS. BEN CONNELL 


Secretary of 


Librgry 


Registrar's Office 


Nurse 


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Senior Class Officers 



BOBBY MONEY. 



.President 



GERALD LORD Vice President 

JERI BARBER Secretary 

DAVE BAMBERG ....Treasurer 

HUGH CRAIG House of Representatives 




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CURTIS FOREMAN President 

KELLI GROSS Vice President 

MARY BARNES Secretary 

BILL ELLIOTT Treasurer 




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BAREFIELD 

BROWN 



BARKER 

BRYARS 



BARNES 
BUCKNER 



BARNETT, B. 
CALDWELL 



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RALPH HORNSBY President 

SANFORD COLLEY Vice President 

LINDA MORRISON Secretary 

MITZI GOERNER _ Treasurer 

REED POLK Senator 

JULIA ALICE GRANADE Senator 



ALLCORN 



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BISHOP, J. 



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CARLTON 



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CHAMBERS 



COURTNEY 
CRAWFORD, D. 
CRAWFORD, B. 
CRAWFORD, J. 



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ELLIS 



HALE 
HALLMARK 



ELMORE 



EPLEY 



HAMILTON 
HAMMETT 



FENN 
FOLKES 
FOWLER 
FRIZZELLE 



GRAVES 



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Freshman Class Officers 

JOE DEAN President 

TOMMY SORRIELS Vice President 

LINDY HERRING Secretary 

MARTHA BECKETT- Treasurer 

RODNEY TAYLOR Senator 

BOB CRIDER Senator 





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BOONE 



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CLABO, D 
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COCHRAN 
COHORN 



COLEMAN 




DEESE 
DICKEY 



DANIELS 



DAVIDSON 



DAVIS 










DEAN, C. 



COOK, T. 
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COVINGTON, G. 
COVINGTON, S. 



DEAN, J. 



DEAN, J. 



COVINGTON, T. 
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SILLIMAN 
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SMITH, A 
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RASPBERRY 


RICHARDS 


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KEYS ORANGE PARKER SARINOPOULOS THORNTON TRAINOR 

IrrGQUlOrS are Howard's displaced persons. Because of an irregular classification, or because of 
an error in filing, they have been placed in this section. 



IN MEMORIA 





ROBERT LARRY STRICKLAND 
June 11, 1938 - March 28, 1959 



REGINALD DAWSON SHAMBLIN 

July 27, 1940 - February 17, 1959 



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O R G A N I Z 



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AT I O N S 



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WHO'S WHO 

AMONG STUDENTS IN 

AMERICAN COLLEGES AND 

UNIVERSITIES 



Paul Barefield 



Sandra Smith Bass 




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Ann Booker 



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Anna Bordenca 



Jeanne Lamb Beard 



Tom Cleveland 




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Doris Griffith 




Don Mason 



Bobby Money 



Anne Moore 




Toni Moore 



Johnny Oppert 



Jerry Patterson 




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Pat Pettey 



Gene Roberts 



Suthern Sims 




Bill Slaughter 



Gayle Smitherman 



Barbara Tompkins 




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Sue Townsend 



Billy Turner 



I riCIGnT is the highest honorary organization 
for young men on campus. Its membership is made 
up of men of high intellect who are held in high 
esteem by their fellow students. Those selected are 
endorsed by the faculty as to character, ability, and 
potentiality for future service before they are tapped 
officially. Right: Gene Roberts, Frank Galloway. 





OmiCrOn USltO KOppO is a national honorary leadership organization with membership 
limited to those men who have been outstanding in leadership in the fields of scholarship, journalism, 
athletics, speech and drama, music, and campus life. Front Row, left to right: Fred Hovater, Max Gartman 
. . . Second Row: Walter Barnes, Dean John A. Fincher, Bobby Money . . . Third Row: Dr. George V. 
Irons, Gene Roberts, Dr. Ruric Wheeler. 



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nypOtlQ is the highest honorary organization for women at Howard College. 
This organization was founded under the guidance of Dean Percy Pratt Burns and is 
now in its eighteenth year of service. Front Row, left to right: Joanna Holtam, Gayle 
Smitherman . . . Second Row: Joy Pitman, Anna Bordenca . . . Third Row: Linda Jones, 
Ann Booker and Sue Townsend. 




Circle OmicrOn, an honorary organization for 
men, is open to freshmen who meet the standards set up 
by ODK. The members shown above are Reed Polk, Harold 
Holder, and Bill Hornbuckle. 



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Baptist 

Student 

Union 




EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 

[jQpTIST oTUCl©nT UniOn claims the largest membership of any organization on campus. 
Membership is given to any student who becomes a member of any of the unit organizations on campus 
or is a member of a Baptist Church. 

The BSU sponsors retreats, parties and other get-togethers throughout the year. The president this 
year is Max Gartman. Ben Connell serves as Director of Religious Activities and BSU Advisor. 

The Executive Council is made up of the heads of each of the unit organizations plus the publicity, 
music, and social chairmen. 




FOCUS WEEK TEAM 

This is a picture of a group of the Focus Week Team that visited Howard's campus for 
a week of spiritual growth. This team greatly influenced our lives. 



Baptist Student Union Choir has one organization of which we should be proud, 
the BSD Choir. Aubrey Edwards is Director. 

This year there were so many applications for admission that a touring choir was selected, com- 
posed of fifty voices, and also a Mass Choir, composed of almost one hundred voices. 

The beautiful presentation of Handel's "Messiah" by the Mass Choir was enjoyed by many people. 




TOURING CHOIR 




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The Young Women's Auxiliary has been led this year by its capable leader, 
Alice Glenn. It is one of the largest unit organizations of the BSD. 

All girls who live in the dormitory may become members of this organization. The freshmen girls 
ore adopted as "little sisters" by the upper class Y.W.A.'s. 



V^nOpelis attended by each person at Howard once every week. This is a picture of a Monday 
morning Chapel period. The morning Tommye Caldwell was presiding. Remember? 





DrOthSrhOOCi is the newest organization in the BSU at Howard. With new ideas and goals in 
mind, this organization has many worthwhile functions on campus. 

John Estes serves this year as president of the Brotherhood. The meetings are held once each 
month at 6:45 a.m. in the auxiliary room of the Cafeteria. 




Methodist 

Youth 

Fellowship 

is an organization 
composed of 
Methodist students 
on our campus. 



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/\QQp6 is an organization composed mostly of mission volunteers and people vitally interested in 
missions. Renny Johnson serves as president of Agape. One informative program presented by Agape 
this year was the "Student Night at Christmas Program." 




AAlSSIOn DOnCl meets every other Thursday night in the large Library Auditorium. Bobby Money 
is president of this active organization. The BSD Choir sings at each meeting. 

One very important function of Mission Band is the sponsoring of several mission points over the 
city of Birmingham. 



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MINISTERIAL 



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ASSOCIATION 



SUTHERN SIMS 
President 




/VMniSTSriQI /\SSOCIQTlOn is an organization composed of students who plan to enter the 
fields of religious education, ministry, or the ministry of music. 

The president, Suthern Sims, works diligently, keeping good speakers and new ideas for the minis- 
ferial students. Throughout the year M.A. sponsors "H" Day programs which give the ministerial students 
an opportunity to fill the pulpits in many churches for one day. Much good experience is gained through 
this service. r 7-3 i 



Canterbury Club is one of the 

newest organized ciubs on the campus; it is 
for all of the students on campus who ore 
members of the Episcopal faith. 




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INeWmOn V^IUID was just reorganized on campus last year. It has grown to a 
of approximately thirty this year. The purpose of the organization is to bring together 



membership 
the Catholic 



students. 



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Bull Pup is the Student Directory. It lists 
every student's name along with their school address, 
telephone number, field of concentration, classifi- 
cation, and home town address. 

Sue Morton edited the 1958 edition and was 
assisted by Frank Galloway, who served as Business 
Manager. 




SUE MORTON 
Editor 





FRANK GALLOWAY 
Business Manager 



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S3!:ii!iSSS'!:-:ri!a:-J. 




The staff of the I zO 7 tntr© iNOUS wish to express our sincere appreciation to everyone 
who helped moke this book possible. Even though there hove been many problems and disappoint- 
ments, all considered, we have enjoyed working on this annual. A great deal of the credit for this an- 
nual must go to Mr. Al Scroggins, our faculty adviser. 




TOM CLEVELAND 
LORENE WEST . 



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GIGI GOODSON 
Art Editor 



LEON BEDSOLE 
Photographer 



JIM PARKER 
Senior Editor 






NANETTE SIMS 
Junior Editor 



BILL HORNBUCKLE 
Sophomore Editor 



BARBARA KEELING 
Freshman Editor 




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SANDRA BASS Editor 

HAROLD HOLDER - Assistant Editor 

INGRAM GOMILLION Business Manager 




I n© V_rirnSOn staff spent long hours many nights 
to meet their deadlines. The paper again was of the highest 
quality. It took stands on many touchy subjects, but always 
in a fair manner. Business Manager Gomillion managed to 
keep the paper well in the black. 



SANDRA SMITH BASS 
Editor of Crimson 



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HAROLD HOLDER President 

SANDRA BASS - Vice President 

CAROLYN OLIVER Secretary 



I n© rTGSS L<IUD was born at Howard this year. 
It was the brainchild of Mr. Al Scroggins. The purpose of 
the club was to give journalism majors and those interested 
in related fields an opportunity to use and develop their 
talents. Many interesting members of the press and journal- 
istic world took part in the programs of the club. Harold 
Holder was the club's first president. 




MR. AL SCROGGINS 
Sponsor of Press Club 



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Fred Hovater, who ied the campus as President 
of the Student Body, bringing greetings on behalf 
of the students to Dr. Wright at his Inauguration. 



The Student Government Association was led by Presi- 
dent Fred Hovater. Serving v^ith him v/ere Billy Turner, Vice President; "Mac" Cox, 
Secretory; and Don Mason, Treasurer. The Senate did a great deal to develop school 
spirit. The Homecoming Parade, pep rallies, "H" Day, and student elections were all 
sponsored by the Senate. 




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THE HOMECOMING PARADE 



The girls pictured were chosen 
for their outstanding abilities in 
the girls' intramural athletic 
program. 




The Associated Women Students are responsible for the self government of 
the women on campus. In the fall, AWS motivated the all campus Step Sing, which was held on the 
steps of the girls' dormitory. During the spring semester, the annual service day was held. At the 
special chapel program, women students from each of the organizations on campus were honored for 
their outstanding service to that group. 




JEAN HAYES : ...President 

HELEN JEAN STEPHENSON .■. ...Vice President 




/\ v«QPP6llQ \»<nOir is one of Howard's most treasured possessions. The fifty-two voice 
choir has sung its way to fame throughout the entire South. George Koski, head of the Music Depart- 
ment at Howard, is the capable Director of this choir. 

The choir spent a week at Camp Winnetaska before the fall semester of school began. This week 
was filled with much fun and also many hours of concentration upon the music for this year's reper- 
toire. The first appearance of this year's choir was a concert at the First Baptist Church of Tuscaloosa 
during the week of the dedication of their new sanctuary. 

January 18 through February 1 the choir was on its out-of-state tour. They toured seven states, 
including Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and Mississippi. 





"Do these children look familiar?" 



"Koski forgot to bring his razor to Choir Camp.' 



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^hQP6l v<hOir S members perform almost weekly in chapel. The Choir is under the direction 
of music majors who are taking conducting, and preparing to be music directors in churches. 



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LodlBS Chorus is the only all-girls' ensemble on campus. They sing regularly in chapel 
programs. This Chorus is under the capable direction of Mrs. Kathleen S. Martinson. 




/V\Ql6 t-hOrUS of Howard is one of the best of its kind in the state. They sing in chapel almost 
each week. The highlight of the year for this choir is their annual Spring Concert. 



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vJrOQn wUIICl has on its roll people who are concentrating in the field of organ music. Miss 
Jane Slaughter, organ professor, serves the organization as faculty sponsor. 




/V\U /\ipnQ ^ni members ore students who are interested in music and participate in one or 
more or the musical organizations or choirs. Dot Martin serves as president of MAX this year. 



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LrGlTQ vJmiCrOn is a National Professional Music Fraternity for women. Only those music 
majors of high scholastic rating are eligible for membership in this organization. 

Recently the actives and pledges enjoyed an informal dinner at "The Club." Ann Booker serves 
as president of DO this year. 



These ore the pledges of 
Delta Omicron for the foil 
semester. 




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ixQppQ IxOppO rSI is an honorary fraternity for the male members of the marching band. 
This was organized on our campus last year. 




I QU DSTO olOmO is an honorary sorority for girls who ore members of the marching band. 




One of the highlights of the year 
for the Band was the invitation to 
play for Governor Folsom on the 
steps of the copitol in Montgomery 
last fall. 



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Women's Intramural Association is composed of representatives from each of 
the female groups that participate in the intramural program. 




"H" Club 

on campus. 



is composed of athletes on campus who have won letters in the various varsity sports 

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/\ipnQ r Ml V^rnSOQ is the service fraternity on Howard's campus. To be eligible for mem- 
bership you must have been a Boy Scout previous to your college years. 




Physical Education Majors ore always looking for the fresher, brighter things in 
life. This club meets once each month to transact its business. 










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V^IVIOrUm is a group of girls who live off the campus. These girls ore interested in keeping in 
contact with all of the campus functions. 



I hOrmOCy WIVGS meet for the purpose of creating a better relationship among themselves 
and their families. All of their husbands are majoring in pharmacy at Howard. Many of the husbands 
work in drug stores in Birmingham. 




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American Pharmaceutical Association, continuing to promote service for 

students, opened this year a campus drug store located within the pharmacy building. This organization 
is composed of all students in the Division of Pharmacy. 






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LOfTlbCiQ IxOPPO OlQmO is a national honorary society for young women in pharmacy 
who are chosen for membership because of their outstanding scholarship in this field. 




KnO V»n! is a high honor society for pharmaceutical students. Members are selected on the basis 
of high scholarship, character, and leadership. 

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AlpriQ LOmDClQ Ly6ltQ is a freshman honorary club for the girls in school who have 
a high scholastic average. Dean Sizemore is faculty adviser for this club. 




tngllSh LiUb is composed of students who hove chosen English as their major. The members 
must have a high scholastic standing in the English Department. 

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available to serve at major campus social functions. The Guild members, who are chosen on the basis 
of scholarship and charming personalities, also show visiting dignitaries around the college. 



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JOANIE SEEVER, President of (he Guild, serving at the President's Reception. 



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TQU KOppQ AlphO, national honora ry speech fraternity, has as its members students who 
exhibit great talent in forensics and create interest among the debaters on campus. 




Pi DsltO Phi is an honorary fraternity of scholars of the French language. Their purpose is to 
create and inspire a deeper appreciation of French literature and culture. Members are invited to join. 



Masquers is the campus 

theatrical production organization, 
composed of student dramatists 
who hove earned membership by 
constant endeavor in the field. 
Sponsors of two major productions 
each year, they featured Samuel 
Spewack's TWO BLIND MICE in the 
fall, and Mrs. Adele de la Barre 
Robinson's original play, BIRTHDAY 
IN VENICE in the spring. Besides 
producing plays, the Masquers 
sponsored the Workshop Theatre 
Series '59, the experimental theatre 
division, and awarded Workshop 
Theatre Awards and Oscups at the 
end of the year for outstanding 
dramatic achievement. 





I hSta AlphO r hi was chartered on the campus in 1954 and had its most successful year 
in 1959. The national honorary drama fraternity launched its first major production in March, THE 
RIVER LINE, by Charles Morgan. Yon Koski directed, and Theta Alpha Phiers Bonnie Buckner and Gordon 
Bryers had leading roles. In April TAP sponsored a tour of New York City for students who were 
interested in theater. Anne Henderson was president; Gordon Gryars, vice president; Bonnie Buckner, 
secretary-treasurer; and Helen Steer was faculty adviser. 



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I h© OpOniSh V_IUb has as its purpose to arouse interest in the customs and cultures of 
Spanish and Latin American society. It is composed of all students who are interested in learning how 
to say "Si, Senor." 




I h© rrSnCh L^lUb is composed of those students who showed exceptional interest in the 
French language and the cultures of the French people. The purpose of the club is to better acquaint 
its members with the language and society through speakers, films, and panel discussions. 



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ttO CpSilOn is made up of those students who have chosen vocational home economics as 
their field of concentration. In Eta Epsilon these students increase their knov/ledge of homemaking, home 
furnishing, sewing, and the million other tasks of homemaking. 




Eta Epsilon members practice their homemaking skills. 



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IxOppO U6ITQ tpSIIOn is composed of young ladies who plan to spend their time teaching 
school. The organization purposes to further interest in teaching and discuss ways of reaching goals 
in the educational field. 



KOPPO Phi KappO is an honorary fraternity for men who have chosen teaching as their 
profession. Dr. Murray is faculty adviser for this organization. 




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AlphO bpSilOn USltO is the national honorary fraternity for pre-medical students. The 
purpose of this organization is to encourage excellence in pre-medical scholarship and to prepare 
students for further medical training. 




BgIQ BSTQ D6tCI is the honorary biological society. Its purpose is to recognize and encourage 
scholarship in the biological sciences. [ 102 1 




rhi AlphQ I hSlQ is an honorary history society that claims the events of history are more 
exciting and more adventurous than a mystery story. It is composed of those students that have excelled 
in the field and have an average of 2.50. 




rhl V^OmmO /WU is the National Social Science honor society which seeks to improve 
scholarship in the social studies and to inspire social service by on intelligent approach to the solution 
of the social problems. 



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IxOppQ r I finds its members among those who can express themselves better with brush 
on canvas than with pen on paper. Talent is their trademark as they paint beautiful pictures. Mrs. 
Wilder is the sp)onsor of this club. 




/VlOth ^lUb proudly acclaims that numerols and decimals are not objects of confusion but 
channels through which one's knowledge of the language of mathematics can flow. This club is com- 
posed of students who have a special interest and talent in this field. 

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r Ml L'SITQ V^nl . is a Pharmaceutical fraternity. It strives to promote the interest of Pharmacy, 
to stimulate student participation in the study of Pharmacy, and to promote scholarship. 




Phi Delta Chi had as one of its aims free polio shots. 



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SENIOR PANHELLENIC 



PCinhsllSniC Council ;$ the group that advises and regulates sorority functions. The council 
is made up of two representatives from each sorority who meet with Dean Sizemore each week. 

Aubri Gloss served as president of Ponhellenic this year. Assisting her were Nancy James, Vice- 
President; Barbara Tompkins, Secretary, and Kaye Kennamer, Treasurer. Other members of the council 
were Peggy Bullard, Marian Clark, Pat Pettey, and Mary Nelle Pearce. 




JUNIOR PANHELLENIC 



Junior PanhellsniC members were Billie Taylor, Gail Pugh, Wanda Cline, Una Conway, 
and Carolyn Yeager. Second row, left to right: Eleanor Cobb, Gail Wells, and Jean Larrimore. 



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INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 



lnterrrat©rnity Council is the group that regulates and controls the fraternities' activities 
on campus. Charles Gammill served as president of the group and was assisted by Doug Smith, Vice 
President; Ingram Gomillion, Secretary, and Allen Satterwhite, Treasurer. This year Mr. H. Lindy Martin 
was the group's adviser. 

Greek Week, headed by I. F. C, proved to be the most successful yet. Doc Ussery and Stevie Khore 
were elected Greek God and Goddess. 

Other members present at the regular council meetings were Bill Leon, Jim Braden, Steve Algood, 
and Bill Wise. 




Greek Week was considered a huge success. Above, the co- 
ordinators plan the festivities which took place April 611. 



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ALPHA DELTA PI 

BARBARA TOMPKINS President 

MARY NELLE PEARCE Vice President 

JULIA ALICE GRANADE Secretary 

ANN BOOKER - Reporter 

SUE TOWNSEND Treasurer 



"KAPPA KING" 

AlpnO L/6I1Q r I began the school year by pinning its blue and white ribbons on twenty- 
two pledges. Squeal Night climaxed a period of formal rush in which ADPi entertained with ice water 
teas and a kiddy party. 

ADPi took many honors in 1958-59: First piece for Homecoming decorations, and second place 
in Step Sing. Sue Townsend was alternate Homecoming Queen, and Julia Alice Granade and Nelda 
Chadwick were in the Homecoming Court. In the Annual Pageant, Nelda Chadwick was crowned the 
alternate Miss Entre Nous. 

Barbara Tompkins, Sue Townsend, and Ann Booker were included in "Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities." Ann Booker and Sue Townsend were members of Hypatia and Sue was also 
president of the Dormitory Council. 

Anne Johnson was one of the season's cheerleaders and was named pledge class sweetheart of' 
Pi Kappa Alpha. 

The active members named Crosby Reagan as Kappa King, while the pledges chose Frank Skinner 
as Pledge Prince. 




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Barbara Tompkins 
PRESIDENT 




Mary Pearce 
VICE PRESIDENT 



Julia Alice Granode 
SECRETARY 



Sue Townsend 
TREASURER 



Ann Booker 
REPORTER 



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NANCY JAMES 

PAT PETTEY Vice President 

MINA BUTLER Secretary 

TOMMIE ELLINGTON Treasurer 



BETA BEAU FOR 1958-59 



D6TQ D6tQ of Beta Sigma Omicron celebrated this year the 25th anniversary of her beginning 
on Howard's campus. The year began with the pledging of fifteen girls. In November Jeanne Lamb 
brought the Betas to light by being chosen Miss Entre Nous during her reign as Miss Howard. Jeanne 
is also head cheerleader. Leading cheers with her were Pat Petty and Myralyn Frizzelle. 

Marie Salamone brought honor to her sorority by being elected "Dream Girl" of Delta Sigma Phi 
fraternity. Molly Hodges was elected pledge sweetheart of Lambda Chi Alpha. 

In the sweetheart department, the Betas elected Bill Wise as Beta Beau, and Lynn Davis as Pledge 
Sweetheart. 

In April Beta Sigma Omicron climaxed a big yecr with their annual presentation at the Jewish 
Community Center. 

Miss Janice Hornbuckle was seen in the Masquers' May production of "Birthday in Venice." 




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MARY JONES 
Secretary 



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TOMMIE ELLINGTON 
Treasurer 




DELTA 7.ETA 

MARIAN CLARK President 

BOBBIE CANTOR Vice President 

PAT HESTER Secretary 

SANDRA SMITH BASS Treasurer 



DELTA ZETA MAN FOR 1958-59 



I h© Us I to jLQTOS began a new year by giving coke parties for the other sororities as well 
as for the fraternities. Sandra Smith Bass edited the Crimson, and she and Toni Moore were named to 
Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. 

Delta Zeta took second place in Homecoming decorations. 

Jimmy Hilton was named DZ man, and John Papadenis was picked as Delta Darling. 

Susan Wheeler was named "Dream Girl" of Pi Kappa Alpha, and Stevie Kahre was elected 
"Crescent Girl" of Lambda Chi Alpha. 

The Delta Zeta pledge class won the scholarship cup for the year. 




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PHI MU 

AUBRI GLASS . President 

LOUDELL ELLIS ...Vice President 

SHIRLEY SANFORD Treasurer 

PEGGY BULLARD .......Pledge Master 



"GAMMA GUY" 



Phi Mu had a busy year in 1958-59. 

The Phi Mus held the president's seat in both Junior and Senior Panheilenic. 

President Aubri Glass was named to Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. 

Sharon Lambert was chosen as pledge class sweetheart of Sigma Nu and Carolyn Yeager received 
a similar honor from Delta Sigma Phi fraternity. 

Richard Smith and Gene Mayo were chosen active and pledge class sweethearts respectively. 

In the way of festivities, the annual Christmas party was held December 12, and the Rose and 
White Ball took place February 14. As a special activity, a Valentine Greek-Student Tea for the faculty 
was held. 




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SHIRLEY SANFORD 

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BILL LEON ; President 

HUGH JOHNSON Vice President 

INGRAM GOMILLION Secretary 

SAM SAVAGE Treasurer 



"Dream Girl." She has a big bosement for parties too. 

L'GlTQ OIQITIQ r nl members again proved their versatility this year by participating in all 
phases of campus activities. John Estes served as president of Brotherhood during the year, and Sam 
Savage was the Newman Club's president. John was also named to "Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities, and ODK." 

In November the Delta Sigs crowned Marie Salamone, BSO "Dream Girl" for 1959. 

Dave Bamberg served as treasurer of the senior class and sports editor of the Crimson. Frank Porter 
was feature editor of the Crimson, and Ingram Gomillion was managing editor and business manager 
for the publication. Ingram also served as business manager of the Entre Nous. 

During the year Delta Sigs were active in many other campus organizations: Masquers, Interfra- 
ternity Council, Kappa Psi, Phi Delta Chi, Alpha Phi Alpha, Alpha Phi Omega, "H" Club, Crimson, 
Entre Nous, Kappa Kappa Psi, Tri Beta, French Club, Spanish Club, and Pi Gamma Mu. 

Ingram Gomillion received one of the leading roles in the Masquers scheduled May production, 
"Birthday in Venice". 




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President 




HUGH JOHNSON 
Vice President 




INGRAM GOMILLION 
Secretary 




SAM SAVAGE 

Treasurer 



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LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 

BILL WISE President 

CHARLES GAMMILL...... ___.Vice President 

RICHARD SMITH Treasurer 

GAINES JONES ....Secretary 



"CRESCENT GIRL" 



LOmOClQ L»ni AlpriQ began a very successful year by capturing first place in the Home- 
coming decorations for the third consecutive year. Members of Lambda Chi Alpha v/ere active in many 
campus activities. Walter Johnson served as senior senator and president of Alpha Epsilon Delta. Gene 
Roberts served as president of ODK and Trident. The members of the freshman class selected Joe Dean 
as their president. 

Several Lambda Chi members v/ere honored by the sororities. Bill Wise v/as named Beta Beau of 
Beta Sigma Omicron sorority, and Lynn Davis v/as their pledge sweetheart. The pledge class of Delta 
Zeta elected John Denis their sweetheart. Phi Mu picked Richard Smith as their Alpha Gamma Guy 
and Gene Mayo as their pledge sweetheart. 

During the year members of Lambda Chi were active in many campus organizations: B. S. U., 
Brotherhood, M. A., Newman Club, Kappa Psi, Phi Delta Chi, Alpha Epsilon Delta, ODK, and "H" Club. 




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Bill Wise 
PRESIDENT 



Charles Gammill 
VICE PRESIDENT 



GoFnes Jones 
SECRETARY 



Richard Smith 
TREASURER 



BARNES 

BLACK 

BURNETT 

BURTON 

CAROUSO 



CAIRNES 

CHANCELLOR 

COOK 

COVINGTON 

CROUCH 



DAVIDSON 

DAVIDSON 

DAVIS 

DEAN 

DENIS 



DORRIETTY 

DOZIER 

FISCHER 

HEAD 

HENDERSON 



JOHNSON 

KEENUM 

KELLER 

KOSKI 

LOWERY 



MAGNUSSON 

MAYO 

NELSON 

PORTER 

POSTMA 



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SAWYER 

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PI KAPPA ALPHA 

DOC USSERY President 

JOE MILAZZO Vice President 

JIM BRADEN Secretary 

TOM ANDERSON Treasurer 



"DREAM GIRL" 



r I IxOppO /\lpnO has taken part in the campus activities with a good showing this year. 
Several of the brothers were chosen for membership in such organizations as Omicron Delta Kappa, 
Alpha Phi Omega, Alpha Kappa Psi, Pi Gamma Mu, Phi Delta Chi, "H" Club, Beta Beta Beta, A. E. D., 
and Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. 

Pikes were active on Howard's varsity football team. They also made a good showing in intra- 
mural football, placing third. 

Crosby Reagan and Frank Skinner were honored by Alpha Delta Pi by being named Kappa King 
and Pledge Prince. Jimmy Hilton was chosen Delta Zeta Sweetheart. 

At the annual "Dream Girl Banquet" in January, Sue Wheeler was elected "Dream Girl" for 1959. 




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Gordon Ussery 
PRESIDENT 



Joe Milazzo 
VICE PRESIDENT 



Tom Anderson 
TREASURER 



ARNOLD 
BANDY 
BARNETT 
BOYKIN 



CARGILE 
COMAN 
DILLARD 
ENZOR 



HAMBRICE 
HAYES 
MUGGINS 
KEITH 



MARTIN 
NORTON 
O'BRIEN 
PESNELL 



RALEY 
REAGAN 
ROBERTSON 
RUSH 



SADLER 
SMERAGLIA 
SMITH 
TATE 



WHATLEY 
WILLIS 
WILSON 
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SIGMA NU 

JASPER JENKINS ..__ President 

JAMES CALDWELL Vice President 

STEVE ALGOOD Recorder 

LUNDY CLEMENTS Chaplain 



SWEETHEART 



OlQIDQ IN U began the new year by pledging 15 new men. Bobby Hannah was elected president 
of the fall pledge class. The fraternity placed second in Homecoming decorations. 

Two outstanding Sigma Nu's scored over the year athletic-wise. Carlton Cook was one of the 
leading men on the tennis team, and Norman Pyle served as co-captain of the football team. 

Julia Alice Granode, Alpha Delta Pi, was elected sweetheart of the group. 




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PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER 



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Charlotte Webb 



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Janet Bishop 




Mildred Nelson 



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Harriet Ann Marrs 



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Deanna Findley 



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FAVORITES 



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COACHING STAFF 




Coach James Sharman came to Howard first as a 
student. Though he was a biology major, he found time to participate 
in varsity athletics, and was a pre-graduate instructor in physical 
education. 

He received his M.A. from Peabody and returned to Howard as 
an associate professor of P.E. He became Director of Athletics in 1955 
and also heads Howard's intramural program. During the spring he 
coaches the tennis team which finished the year with an astounding 
record of 23 wins nnd 2 losses. 

Coach Sharman is married and he and his wife have one son 
and three daughters. 



COACH SHARMAN 



Coach Virgil Led better is in his fourth year at 

Howard. He came to Howard from Ramsay High School where he 
coached for two years. Entering Howard in 1939, he was the only 
member of his class to win three varsity letters as a sophomore. He 
entered the Army in 1942 and played service ball with the 15th 
Air Force. 

After the war he entered Arkansas State in 1945 and was a 
regular in basketball, baseball, and track, and was captain of the 
1946 football team. He is the head coach of the football, basketball, 
and baseball teams. 

Ledbetter is married and has one son. 




COACH LEDBETTER 




This is the second year for CoOch Wolter BomeS 
at Howard. He coached two years at Ensley High School while doing 
his undergraduate work at Howard. After receiving his A.B. degree 
at Howard, he joined the regular coaching staff as basketball coach 
at Ensley. 

He received his M.A. degree from Peabody College in August, 
1957, and accepted duties as physical education instructor and coach 
at Howard in September. His coaching duties include football line 
coach, "B" team basketball coach, and head track coach. 

Barnes is married and has two children, both boys. 



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COACH BARNES 




1958 Captain Gerald Tuck and Co-Coptain Norman Pyle 

The Howard College FoOtboll SqUQCl led by Coach Virgil Ledbetter, posted a 1-6-1 
record during the 1958 season. Poor as the record may sound, the Bulldogs lost four of their games 
by one touchdown or less. 

Football seemed to be a series of bad breaks for the Bulldogs. Even though they were continu- 
ally plagued by injuries and poor practice facilities, they put forth a great team effort in trouncing 
Mississippi College, 26-0, and tying a top ranked team from the University of Tennessee, Martin 
Branch, 14-14. 

Outstanding defensive players for the season were Don Coleman, Bennie Storie, Norman Plye, 
Brad Bishop, and Bob Harris. The offensive leaders were Joe Milazzo, Rosie Ryan, Pete Manna, 
George "Booky" Raley, and James "Red" Coman. The entire squad showed tremendous playing ability 
and promise for the future. With only 3 players graduating, the future looks very bright for Howard. 
Next season the Bulldogs can boast of an experienced team and of one of the finest stadiums in the 
South. 




THE 1958 TEAM 



QUARTERBACKS 




JOE MILAZZO 



ROSY RYAN 



Howard 2 Memphis Navy 7 

Playing on a rain-soaked field in Memphis, Tennessee, Howard 
lost the opening game to a tough Memphis Navy team. 
Howard scored first with a safety in the third quarter to 
lead 2-0. Early in the fourth quarter Memphis Navy scored 
to go ahead 7-2. In the closing minutes of the game a 
Ryan to Coman touchdown pass was nullified by a holding 
penalty. Howard led in all statistics but the scoreboard read 
7-2 in favor of Memphis Navy when this hard fought mud 
battle came to a close. 



JERRY WARD 



CHARLES HARWELL 



ENDS 




JAMES A. "RED" COMAN 



BOB HARRIS 



Howard Sewanee 21 

Playing for the first time on the new athletic field, Howard 
faced one of the nation's best small college teams. Sewanee 
scored in the first quarter to lead 7-0. An alert Sewanee 
defender intercepted a pass and raced 66 yards to score 
with one minute remaining to give Sewanee a 14-0 halftime 
lead. Eorly in the second half Howard scored on a 54 yard 
play which was nullified by a penalty. Sewanee scored once 
again in the fourth quarter to win the game 21-0. 




MONTE HAMLET 



MORRIS HARWOOD 



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Howard 14 Martin Branch 14 

For the Homecoming game Howard faced the unbeaten- 
untied Martin Branch team from the University of Tennessee. 
Howard fans were delighted to see the hungry Bulldogs march 
steadily for 73 yards to score after receiving the opening 
kick-off. Joe Milazzo tallied the first six points on an eight 
yard run. Ryan kicked the extra point to put Howard in 
front 7-0, early in the opening quarter. Martin went ahead 
on a long scoring drive and then ran for the extra two 
points. With the score 8-7, Martin scored again on a 10 
yard pass play. The attempted extra point failed and Martin 
led 14-7. Two plays later Milazzo passed to Red Coman 
who raced 55 yards to make the score 14-13. Ryan kicked 
the extra point and the final score was 14-14. The Home- 
coming crowd saw a hard-fought boll gome and was really 
proud of this great team effort on the part of the Bulldogs. 



Jerry Ward speeds for yardage against Mississippi College. 




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Joe Milazzo turns end for the first touchdown as 
Howard ties Martin Branch 14-14. 



Howard 12 Southwestern 20 

Southwestern scored first and passed for the extra point to 
lead 8-0. In the second quarter Southwestern scored again 
on a 28 yard pass play to lead 14-0 at halftime. In the third 
quarter Howard fumbled on the two yard line and South- 
western scored again two plays later to go ahead 20-0. Mid- 
way in the fourth quarter Howard scored on an eleven yard 
pass play from Milazzo to Homlett which was set up by a 51 
yard punt return by Booky Raley. Howard missed the extra 
point but scored again on o 33 yard pass from Milazzo to 
Raley. As the game ended Howard hod the ball on the 
Southwestern eight yard line. The final score was 20-12 in 
favor of Southwestern. 



BACKS 




PETE HANNA 



JIMMY SMERAGLIA 



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JOE HODGES 



BOB ANDREWS 



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CENTERS 




DON COLEMAN 



RICHARD GILLIAM 



RICHARD DAVIS 



MARVIN CULP 




Mississippi College backs could find no holes in Howard's tough 

defense as Howard blanked them 26-0. Here George Raley makes 

the tackle supported by a host of other Bulldogs. 



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Howard 26 Mississippi College 

Howard up-ended a highly regarded Mississippi College team 
to the delight of a packed stadium at Shades Valley. Rosie 
Ryan opened the scoring on an option play in the first 
quarter. Ryan scored again in the second quarter to give 
Howard a 12-0 halftime lead. Joe Milazzo scored on the 
first play of the fourth quarter to make the score 18-0. With 
seven minutes left in the game, Ryan passed to Red Coman 
in the end zone for the final touchdown. The Howard defense 
kept Mississippi's offense bottled up throughout the entire 
game. The game ended with Howard winning by the score 
of 26-0, one of Howard's best victories in many years. 



BACKS 



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GERALD TUCK 

Captain 






DAVID TURNER 



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Monte Hamlet reaches high to bring in a pass from Joe Milazzo 
against Sewanee. 




JAMES CURRIER 



Howard 12 Troy State 33 

A tough Troy State team scored the first time they got the ball after Howard had 
fumbled on the Troy 8 yard line. The extra point was good and Troy led 7-0. Howard 
took the kick-off and drove to the Troy 20 yard line where the ball went over to Troy 
on downs. On their down, Troy faked a punt and halfback Pot Atkinson raced 65 
yards for a touchdown. The point after touchdown was good and Troy led 14-0. 
Howard had to punt late in the third quarter and the punt was returned to the Howard 

2 yard line where Troy scored on the next play. The extra point was good and the 
score was 21-0. Just before the half ended, Troy intercepted a pass and scored with 
one minute left, and a\ the hnlf Troy led 27-0. 

Howard scored in the first four minutes of the third quarter on a sustained drive for 
60 yards. Pete Hanna carried the ball over on a 16 yard run. The extra point was 
blocked and the score was 27-6. Troy scored again midway in the third quarter on a 

3 yard plunge. Pass for a point after touchdown failed and the score was 33-6. 
Howard halfback Jerry Ward returned the kick-off 75 yards to the Troy 20 yard line. 
A few plays later Milazzo threw a 15 yard pass to Red Coman for a touchdown. The 
extra point failed and the score was 33-12. Later a Howard drive stalled on the Troy 

4 yard line and neither team was able to score again. Howard outplayed the 
Troy team on offense and defense but Troy's long runs and passes led to the downfall 
of the Bulldogs. 







NORMAN PYLE 
Co-Captain 



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BENNIE STORIE 



BRAD BISHOP 




GEORGE BURROUGHS 



CYRIL SWATIK 



JIMMY Crawford; 



SCOTTY Ward 





bob ROBERTSON 



Manogers (left to right): Jimmy Trotter, Fulton Lowery, Bill Willis. 



Howard 18 Tenn. Tech Frosh 22 

Playing a benefit game in the first Athens, Alabama, Cheer 
Bowl Game, Howard lost a thriller to the Tennessee Tech 
Freshman Team. Howard opened the scoring with a 40 yard 
pass ploy from Ryan to Raley. The point after touchdown 
was no good and Howard led 6-0. Tennessee quickly tied 
the score with a 90 yard punt return late in the first quarter. 
Tech also missed the extra point and the game was tied 6-6. 
Late in the second quarter Howard went ahead with a 52 
yard touchdown pass from Milazzo to Raley. The extra 
point failed ond Howard led 12-6 at the half. Tech went 
ahead in the third quarter on a 15 yard touchdown run. A 
pass for the extra point made the score 14-12 in favor of 
Tennessee Tech. Later Howard quarterback Joe Milazzo 
scored on a touchdown run of 1 1 yards. The point after 
touchdown was no good and Howard led again by the 
score of 18-14. Tech then drove to Howard's goal line where 
halfback Abe scored on an eight yard plunge. A run for the 
extra point made the score 22-18 in favor of Tennessee Tech. 
Howard drove to the Tech 10 yard line with two minutes left 
to play, but a fumble gave the ball to the Tennessee team, 
and the game ended with Howard losing, 22-18. Both teams 
played v/eil and the first Cheer Bowl Game ended as a 
thrilling success. 



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Milazzo laterals to Honno as a perfect option play 
goes for good yardage. 



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BASKETBALL - 1958-1959 




TEAM — Back row, left to right: Jim Sumner, Joe Campbell, Bob Barker, Hilton Green, Jimmy Trotter, Fulton Lowery. Front row: 
Bob Henderson, Douglas Edge, Harold Cannon, Sonny Raley, Charles Hadwell. 



The 1958-59 Howard Basketball record was not disappointing at all considering the fact that the team 
did not have a gym in which to practice or play its home games. Since the new gym was not com- 
plete, Howard had to practice and play at local high school gymnasiums and at the gym on the old 
campus. They practiced late and hard and played a good brand of basketball considering their 
handicap. 

With a final record of four wins and ten losses, Howard had several outstanding players. Jim 
Sumner led the scoring with 223 total points. Joe Campbell and Sonny Raley were next with 182 and 
176 points respectively. The team scored a total of 1,007 points. 





JIMMY TROTTER 
Captain 



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FULTON LOWERY 



CHARLES HARWELL 



DOUGLAS EDGE 




BOB HENDERSON 




SCORES 






WON 






MILLSAPS 


69 


59 


MILLSAPS 


78 


67 


CLARK 


105 


57 


WALKER 


66 


57 


LOST 






MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE 


72 


120 


CHATTANOOGA 


73 


88 


WALKER 


53 


68 


SEWANEE 


39 


72 


ST. BERNARD 


59 


69 


HUNTINGDON 


80 


83 


MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE 


69 


98 


CHATTANOOGA 


74 


83 


ST. BERNARD 


73 


84 


MILLSAPS 


58 


63 




BOB BARKER 





HILTON GREEN 




HAROLD CANNON 



RODNEY NEIL 



Final Record — Won 4; Lost 10 



So "ends" the 1958-59 
Basketball season. 




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TENNIS -1959 




THE TENNIS TEAM AND COACH SHARMAN take time out from practice to play with their mascot, "Butch." From left to right 
ore, first row: Jock Wilson; Butch, the Mascot; and Max Gortmon. Second row: Guy Flkes, Don Evans, Don McD'ougal, Coach 
Sharmon, Corlton Cook, Gene Jones, and Bill Lee. 




CAPTAIN DON McDOUGAL 

Once again tennis proved to be a big winner at 
Howard. The expert tennis team, coached by Ath- 
letic Director James Sharman, posted a record of 
twenty-three wins and two losses. Losing only to the 
University of Florido and Florida State University, 
Howard beat every other team on its schedule 
soundly. Led by Don McDougal and Ccrlton Cook, 
the number one and two players, Howard easily 
won the State Tennis Championship title. 



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Record - 1959 




Howard 


9 


Alabama 





Howard 


8 


Marion 


1 


Howard 


6 


St. Bernard 





Howard 


9 


Jacksonville 





Howard 


6 


Jacksonville Navy 


3 


Howard 





Univ. of Florida 


9 


Howard 


1 


Florida State Univ. 


8 


Howard 


9 


Florida Southern 





Howard 


6 


Troy 


T 


Howard 


9 


Marion 





Howard 


9 


Florence • 





Howard 


9 


Alabama 





Howard 


9 


Jacksonville 





Howard 


8 


Southwestern 


1 


Howard 


9 


Florence 





Howard 


8 


Southwestern 


1 


Howard 


7 


Georgia State 





Howard 


9 


Emory 





Howard 


6 


Redstone 


3 


Howard 


8 


Southwestern 


1 


Howard 


5 


Auburn 


4 


Howard 


7 


Georgia State 





Howard 


8 


Redstone 


1 


Howard 


6 


St. Bernard 


1 


Howard 


9 


Emory 







WON 23 - LOST 2 





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DON McDOUGAL 



CARLTON COOK 



MAX GARTMAN 




Here are the boys who did the work! They 
won sweet victories at the hands of rivals 
Alabama and Auburn. They beat the 
University twice by the score of 9-0, and 
Auburn once, 5-4. Out of the twenty-three 
wins, thirteen teams failed to score a point 
against the Bulldogs. This year's 21-2 record 
makes Howard's 44-4 for the past two years 
the best in the South. Congratulations to 
Coach Sharman and the team for their out- 
standing record. 




JACK WILSON 



GENE JONES 






DON EVANS 



GUY FIKES 



BILL LEE 



1959 -TRACK 




Howard's Track Team, under the leadership of Coach 
Walter Barnes, completed the 1959 season with a 
"one win and six loss" record. After having lost 
several close meets, the Bulldogs soundly whipped 
Emory with a score of 85.5 to 45.5. 
There were several outstanding performers on the 
track squad. Ronnie Denaburg was recognized as 
the season's most valuable performer. He scored a 
total of 124 points in six meets, and had the best 
timing in six different events. Another among the 
top-notch trackmen was Rick Davis, who was second 
in scoring with a total of 73 points. Following him 
were Royce Bollard with 47 points, Harold' Holder 
with 38, Jerry Hester with 22, and Ralph Hornsby 
with 12 points. 

Regardless of the won-loss record, Howard's track 
team really showed improvement and did very well. 
Next year the new track will have been completed 
and most of the fop tracksters will be back. 



TRACK CAPTAIN - ROYCE BALLARD 









Tra 


ck Record 




Howard 


43 






Sewanee 


84 


Howard 


55 






Southwestern 


76 


Howard 


56.5 






Miss. College 


74.5 


Howard 


67 






Invitation 


99 


Howard 


63 






Troy 


68 


Howard 


85.5 






Emory 


45.5 


Average 


61.7 


pts. 


per meet 


Average 


74.5 pts. per meet 





Best Performance 






Time or 


Event 


Contestant 


Distance 


100 


Denaburg 


10.4 


220 


Denaburg 


23.4 


440 


Hester 


52.4 


880 


Hornsby 


2:06.6 


Mile 


Holder 


4:39.3 


Two Mile 


Holder 


11:11.3 


120 H. H. 


Denaburg 


16.3 


220 L H. 


Rivers 


27.2 


Mile Relay 


Hornsby, Palmer, 
Holder, Hester 


3:38.3 


High Jump 


Denaburg 


6' 2" 


Broad Jump 


Denaburg 


22' 


Pole Vault 


Denaburg 


12' 


Shot Put 


R. Davis 


45' 9'/2" 


Discus 


R. Davis 


121' 2" 


Javelin 


Crow 


162' 2" 




Ronnie Denaburg pole vaults, 
broad jumps, and gets ready 
to sprint the 100 yard dash. 



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HAROLD HOLDER 





RICK DAVIS 



RALPH HORNSBY 




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BOBBY DAVIS 




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JERRY WARD 



DON COLEMAN 



DON GALLOWAY 



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BILL RIVERS 



FRANK BURNS 



WAYNE CRUMPTON 




JOE PALMER 



RONNIE DENABURG 



ROYCE BALLARD 



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From left to right: Coach H. Lindy Martin, Reed Polk, Ed Poscoe, Bob Horn, and Vic Goodwin, 



Go It was very successful at Howard this year. Coach Lindy Martin led his team to a record of 
six wins and two losses. They beat Troy State and Florence State twice each and Auburn and Marion 
once each. Their only losses were to Marion and Auburn. This was Howard's most successful golf 
season in years. The team played well and consistently all year in compiling this outstanding record. 
Congratulations to Lindy and his boys for a job well done. 




VIC GOODWIN 



ED PASCOE REED POLK 

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BOB HORN 



1959 -BASEBALL 




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THE TEAM— First row, left to right: Rodney Taylor, John Popodenis, George Raley, Bob Trucks, Lewis Hill, Johnny Oppert, 
Gerald Tuck, Bennie Storie, Eddie Hickman, Sonny Weatherbee . . . Second row: Martin Chandler, Jimmy Garland, Ed 
O'Toole, John Rusell, Bob Henderson, Eddie Brettel, Carl D.-^ason, Earl Mitchell . . . Third row: Sam Robino, Howard 

Galloway, George Buroughs, Bob Andrews, Elwin Durbin, Jack Hozelrig, Richard Gilliam, Sonny Raley . Fourth row: 

Athletic Director James Shorman and Coach Virgil Ledbetter. 




GERALD TUCK 
Co-Captain 



WON 




AUBURN 


2-1 


TROY 


2-1 


FLORENCE STATE 


7-5 


SOUTHWESTERN 


6-5 


ST. BERNARD 


6-0 


ALABAMA COLLEGE 


3-1 


ST. BERNARD 


13-0 


MILLSAPS 


7-0 


MILLSAPS 


7-0 


ST. BERNARD 


16-0 


ALABAMA COLLEGE 


11-0 


ST. BERNARD 


7-0 


LOST 




AUBURN 


3-8 


FLORENCE STATE 


3-4 


WON 12 - 


LOST 2 



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l5QS6bQll at Howard was again a tremendous success. Led by Coach Ledbetter, the team posted 
a record of twelve wins and two losses. Losing only to a powerful Southeastern Conference team. 
Auburn, and Florence State, Howard had its best record in the history of the school. Howard, fast 
becoming a small college baseball powerhouse, beat Auburn 2-1 in the first game, and posted eleven 
other outstanding victories. Of special interest to the Howard baseball fans was the fact that the 
1958 Howard baseball team led the entire nation in team hitting with a .369 team batting average. 
The closest college in the United States to Howard had a .349 team average. Coach Ledbetter and 
his teams of the past few years have brought honor and fame to Howard College. For the past four 
years Howard's baseball record stands at fifty-three wins and fourteen losses. This record speaks for 
itself as a job well done by the Coach and the teams. 




Coach Ledbetter and the four graduating seniors; Sonny Raley, 
Howard Galloway, Gerald Tuck, and Johnny Oppsrt. 




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BOB HARRIS 

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GEORGE RALEY 







JOHNNY OPPERT 



HOWARD GALLOWAY 



BENNIE STORIE 




JOHN RUSSELL 






Box Scores 






Name 


AB 


H 


RBI 


HR 


BA 


Tuck, outfield 


54 


19 


9 


1 


.352 


Oppert, shortstop 


59 


19 


8 


1 


.322 


Raley, S., 2b 


53 


17 


6 





.321 


Papodenis, outfield 


28 


9 


5 


1 


.321 


Burroughs, catcher 


14 


5 


1 





.357 


Roley, G., outfield 


58 


17 


6 


1 


.293 


Andrews, catcher 


18 


5 


1 





.278 


Storie, lb 


43 


11 


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2 


.256 


Hill, catcher 


19 


4 


5 





.211 


Trucks, 3b 


54 


11 


6 


1 


.204 


Harris, outfield 


28 


5 


1 





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SO 


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Galloway 


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46 


25 


9 


0.29 


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20 


21 


15 


1.16 


Henderson 


12 


3 


2 


1 


0.75 


Robino 


11 


7 


4 





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Good spectators enjoy a good Howard game being 
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with a run for the Bulldogs. 







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MARTIN CHANDLER 



LEWIS HILL 



BOB ANDREWS 





GEORGE BURROUGHS 



RICHARD GILLIAM 




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Captain Sonny Raley was a valuable man at the plate 
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BRAD BISHOP 



At the close of the 1959 baseball season several of Howard's outstanding players signed professional 
baseball contracts. Signing with the Los Angeles Dodgers were Johnny Oppert, shortsop, and Gerald 
Tuck, outfield. Other Howard graduates now playing in professional baseball are Howard Galloway 
and Joe Campbell, both pitchers. Coach Ledbetter, who is a Dodger scout, believes these boys have the 
potential to make the grade as professional ball players. Under the leadership of Coach Ledbetter, 
baseball at Howard has been of professional caliber for the past few years. With the new field com- 
pleted, an outstanding coach, and a team returning which lost only four starters, the future looks bright 
for baseball at Howard. 



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I T I E S 



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Homecoming 1958 




Here are the lovely finalists in the "Miss Homecoming Contest" during the Homecoming Parade. 




Miss Gloria Kirkland was crowned 1958 Homecoming Queen. 



Reigning as Alternate is Miss Sue Townsend. 




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Carolyn Thomas and Mr. Bill Turner received 



The coronation of Mr. and Miss Howard wos the highlight of this day. Miss 

,he honors. Alternate Mr. and Miss Howard were Mr. Neil Natm and M,ss Glor.o K.rkland. 



H-DAY 




Jeanne Lamb Beard crowns 
Miss Howard 



The Sophomore Class sponsored 
Operation "D" Square 



They presented the college with a display 
cose for the Bulldog 



"H" Day featured such events as 
a picnic on the grounds, an apple 
cider drinking contest, a track meet, 
and was climaxed by a stunt night. 








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INAUGURATION 
OF A NEW 
PRESIDENT 

At the Inaugural Luncheon Dr. Frank Rose, President 
of the Universliy of Alabama, was speokor. 





The incoming President delivered the Inaugural Address 



The Inougural Ceremony at Oowson Memorial Baptist Church 



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tended by an overflow crowd. Dr. Irons did another 
masterful job of preparing everything for the occa- 
sion; even though rain forced the dinner to be held 
indoors, everything was perfect. Dr. Chapman was 
honored by all who attended. The Trustees pre- 
sented him with a check for $1,000 and his colleagues 
gave him a television set on the occasion of his 
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ACKER, DANIEL MONTAGUE 

BALLARD, ROYCE WINDHAM 

BAMBERG, DAVID KAUL; Delta Sigma 
Phi; Masquers; Alpha Kappa Psi; Sports 
Editor of Crimson; Treasurer of Senior 
Class; Brotherhood; Track; German 
Club. 

BANKESTER, HANCELL GANUS 

BARBER, GERALDINE; Masquers; Kappa 
Delta Epsilon; R. D. G.; Ushers' Club; 
Crimson Staff; House of Representa- 
tives; Y. W. A.; B. S. U.; S. N. E. A.; 
Secretary of Senior Class. 

BASS, SANDRA SMITH; Editor of Crim- 
son; Treasurer of Delta Zeta; "Who's 
Who"; Masquers; Theta Alpha Phi; 
Civiorum; Ushers' Club; House of Repre- 
sentatives; Dean's List. 

BATSON, JERRY WAYNE 

BOBO, JOHN LEWIS; B. S. U.; Track; 
M.A.; Spanish Club; Brotherhood. 

BOBO, RUTH MOULTRIE; B. S. U.; Delta 
Omicron; Sigma Tau Delta; Spanish 
Club. 

BOND, JOSEPH CLIFFORD, JR. 

BROWN, PHYLLIS ANN; B. S. U.; Choir; 
French Club; Y. W. A. 

BRUTKIEWICZ, WYNONA FRANCES; 
Y. W. A.; Sigma Tau Delta; Phi Alpha 
Theto; S. N. E. A.; Treasurer of Dormi- 
tory Council; Ushers' Club. 

BUIE, JEAN ANDREWS; B. S. U. 

BULLARD, PEGGY ANN; W. I. A.; Pledge 
Director of Phi Mu; Sigma Tau Delta; 
Vice President of Ushers' Club; B. S. U.; 
Crimson Staff; Senior Senator; Old 
Maids' Club; Student Dean; Senior 
Panhellenic. 

CANTOR, BARBARA ANN; S. N. E. A.; 
Vice President of Delta Zeta; Sigma 
Tou Delta; House of Representatives. 

CARR, KENNETH ARNOLD 

CHAPMAN, JIMMY JOE 

CLARK, MELVIN DOUGLAS; B. S. U.; 
Greater Council; "H" Day Chairman 
of M. A.; French Club; House of Repre- 
sentatives. 

COLSTON, BILLY GENE 

COMAN, JAMES ALLEN; Pi Kappa Alpha; 
Alpha Kappa Psi; "H" Club; Football- 
Baseball; Basketball. 

CRUMBLEY, SARAH; Masquers; R. D. G.; 
Ushers' Club; B. S. U.; Entre Nous Staff. 

CURD, CLAUDIA A.; Civiorum; Vice Presi- 
dent of French Club; Secretary-Treas- 
urer of Pi Delta Phi; Y. W. A.; B. S. U.; 
Mission Band. 

DEAN, JASPER JAMES 

DeBARDELEBEN, ERNEST L, JR. 

DeLOACH, ARNOLD WAYNE; Sigma Tau 
Delta; Sigma Delta Pi; Kappa Phi 
Kappa. 

DUNN, ICELAR GUTHRIE 

ELLIOTT, WILLIAM CRAWFORD 

ELLIS, ELIZABETH ANN; Y. W. A.; Presi- 
dent of Library Club; Secretary of Pi 
Gamma Mu; S. N. E. A.; Civiorum; 
House of Representatives. 



FRANKLIN, ROBERTA BISHOP; Library 
Club; Program Chairman of Mathe- 
matics Club; House of Representatives; 
Alpha Delta Pi. 

GARLAND, SHIRLEY MAI; R. D. G.; Y. W. 
A.; B. S. U.; Masquers; Miss Entre Nous 
Favorite; Cheerleader; Alternate Miss 
Howard; Miss Congeniality, Entre Nous; 
Miss Christmas Spirit. 

GLENN, ALYCE JUNE; S. N. E. A.; Kappa 
Delta Epsilon; Pi Delta Phi; Phi Alpha 
Theta; inter-Dormitory Council; Mission 
Band; B. S. U. Executive Council; Presi- 
dent of Y. W. A. 

GRANT, GERALDINE IRENE; President of 
Pi Delta Phi; B. S. U. Greater Council- 
Secretary of Kappa Delta Epsilon; 
French Club; Secretary of Sigma Tau 
Delta; Student Dean. 

GRIZZLE, CAROLYN STONE 

HARRISON, BILLY JOE 

HAYES, LENARD COIS 

HENDERSON, MARY LEE; Y. W. A.; Mis- 
sion Bond; Agape; B. S. U. Devotional 
Chairman; President of Mathematics 
Club; Student Dean; S. N. E. A.; Kappa 
Delta Epsilon; Dormitory Council; A. 
W. S. 

HENDERSON, SHIRLEY ANNE 

HICKS, JAMES D. 

INGRAM, THOMAS EDWARD, JR. 

JOHNSON, DONALD THEODORE; M. A.; 
B. S. U. 

JOHNSON, WALTER LLOYD 

JONES, GAINES FRANKLIN 

JONES, MELINDA LOU; "Who's Who"; 
President of Y. W. A.; President of 
Hypatia; B. S. U. Executive Council- 
Miss Congeniality, Entre Nous; S. N. 
E. A.; Sigma Tau Delta; Mission Bond; 
President of Agape; President of Kappa 
Delta Epsilon; Faculty Editor of Entre 
Nous; Crimson Staff; Student Dean; 

A. P. O. Sweetheart; Service Guild; 
Best Actress Workshop Award. 

KEEN, REGINA ANN; B. S. U. Executive 
Council; Kappa Delta Epsilon; Sigma 
Delta Pi; Spanish Club; Vice President 
of Inter-Dormitory Council; Old Maids' 
Club; Ushers' Club President; W. S. 
G. A. 

KENNEY, ANDREW LESLIE, JR. 

KNOWLES, REBECCA 

KOSKI, YON GREGORY 

LANIER, JOHNNY CALVIN 

LEE, MARTHA MERLE 

LEWIS, JUNE VIRGINIA; Sigma Tau Delta; 
French Club. 

LORD, GERALD HOWARD; Agape; Secre- 
tary of M. A.; Band; A Cappella Choir; 

B. S. U.; Brotherhood; Business Mana- 
ger of Entre Nous; Mission Band; Coun- 
cilor Men's Dormitory; Vice President 
of Senior Class. 

MAGNUSSON, CHARLES RAY 

MASON, JAMES DONALD; B. S. U.; 
Greater Council; M. A.; A. P. O.; Stu- 
dent Senate; O. D. K.; "Who's Who"; 



Treasurer of Student Government; 
President of Junior Class; Vice President 
of Sophomore Class; Mission Band; 
Agape; Chief Justice of Dormitory 
Council; Brotherhood; Intramural Coun- 
cil; Entre Nous Staff. 

MERCER, JOAN DAVIS 

MITCHELL, ZEAK CLIFFORD, JR. 

MIXON, JAMES P. 

MONEY, BOBBY GENE; Senate; President 
of Senior Class; Vice President of O. 
D. K.; Mr. Howard; President of Intra- 
mural Association; B. S. U. Executive 
Council; Sports Chairman of M. A.; 
President of Mission Band; House of 
Representatives; "Who's Who"; Dormi- 
tory Court Judge. 

MOORE, AUSTIN, JR. 

OPPERT, JOHN GARY; Baseball; Basket- 
ball; Secretary of "H" Club; Vice 
President of P. E. M.; Vice President of 
Brotherhood; O. D. K.; "Who's Who"; 
Dormitory Counsellor; Chairman of 
Christian Focus Week. 

ORANGE, FREDERIC LEONARD; "Who's 
Who"; Pi Gamma Mu; Phi Alpha Theta; 
O. D. K.; Sigma Nu; Treasurer of Alpha 
Kappa Psi; A. P. O.; Mathematics Club; 
Physics Club; Circulo Esponol; Dean's 
List; A. I. M.; S. I. M.; S. E. A.; N. A. E. 
P. S. 

PARTAIN, ALBERT KENNETH 

PATTERSON, JERRY NEAL 

PHARES, VERGY ADOLPH; B. S. U.; M. A. 

PITMAN, BEVERLY JOY; Y. W. A.; Mission 
Bond; Ushers' Club; S. N. E. A.; Cheer- 
leader; A Cappella Choir; Hypatia. 

PLUMMER, LAURA CAROLYN; Beta Beta 
Beta; Kappa Delta Epsilon; Pi Gamma 
Mu; Pi Delta Phi; Service Guild; Student 
Dean; Cheerleader; B. S. U. Choir; 
House of Representatives; French Club; 
Y. W. A. 

RALEY, WILBURN THEOPHALUS 

REEVES, WILLARD PRESTON 

RICHARDSON, ROBERT LEE 

RUBINO, SALVATORE 

SHARP, RICHARD LEON 

SHIREY, LARRY NEIL 

SHORT, JO ANN 

SHRADER, MICHAEL DAVID; Pi Kappa 
Alpha; Sigma Tau Delta; Kappa Phi 
Kappa; French Club; B. S. U. 

SIMS, OLYN SUTHERN, JR.; B. S. U. 
Executive Council; A. P. O.; President 
of M. A.; Vice President of Kappa Phi 
Kappa; House of Representatives; Male 
Chorus; Chapel Choir; Head Dormitory 
Counsellor; "Who's Who"; Mission 
Band; O. D. K. 

SLAUGHTER, WILLIAM GAINES; O. D. K. 
"Who's Who"; Senior Senator; A. P. O. 
Phi Gamma Mu; Alpha Epsilon Delta 
President of B. S. U.; Editor of Bull Pup 
Entre Nous Staff. 

SMITH, SHIRLEY COOK 

SMITH, WADE H. 

STALCUP, JEANELLE 



STEPHENS, ROBERTA; Eta Nu of Beta Beta 
Beta; Alpha Epsilon Delta; French Club; 
Y. W. A. 

THOMASON, JOHN W., JR.; M. A.; Mis- 
sion' Chairman of Mission Band; Secre- 
tary-Treasurer of Phi Alpha Theta. 

TOMPKINS, BARBARA NELL; Beta Beta 
Beta; President of Alpha Delta Pi; 
A Cappella Choir; Student Senate; Miss 
Entre Nous Favorite; Alpha Epsilon 



Delta; A. M. S.; Panhellenic Council- 
Miss Howard Court; Homecoming Court. 

TOWNSEND, JONNIE SUE; B. S. U. 
Greater Council; Secretary of Alpha 
Delta Phi; Hypatia; Service Guild; Presi- 
dent of Women's Dormitory Council; 
President of Sigma Tou Delta; A cap- 
pella Choir; Pi Delta Phi; Miss Howard 
Court; Old Maids' Club; Alternate 
Homecoming Queen; "Who's Who". 



TRAINOR, NANCY CARROLL; Phi Alpha 
Theta; Pi Gamma Mu; Alpha Lambda 
Delta. 

WALLACE, CHRISTINE MURDOCK 

WHITE, CHARLENE JOAN; S. N. E. A.; 
Dormitory Council; French Club; Y. W. 
A.; House of Representatives. 

WHITE, SHIRLEY; A Cappella Choir; Circle 
Chairman of Y. W. A.; Inter-Dormitory 
Council; B. S. U. Greater Council. 

WILHITE, BILL L. 



BORDENCA, ANNA; Mathematics Club; 
Alpha Epsilon Delta Medal; Freshman 
Chemistry Achievement Award; "Who's 
Who"; Hypatia; Secretary-Treasurer of 
Newman Club; Junior Marshal; Tri Beta 
Historian; Alpha Lambda Delta; Secre- 



B.ACHELOR OF ARTS WITH HONORS 

tary of the A. C. S.; High Class Honors; 
A. M. C. Award. 

ROBERTS, EUGENE CLAUDE; Mathematics 
Club President; Secretary, Vice Presi- 
dent, Ritualist of Lambda Chi Alpha; 



President of A. C. S.; President of 
Trident; President of O. D. K.; Chair- 
man of Christian Emphasis Week; Sen- 
ior Senator; House of Representatives; 
"Who's Who"; Interfraternity Council. 



BLACK, LONNIE GENE 

BOOKER, ANNA LEE; A Cappella Choir; 
Historian, Secretary, President of Delta 
Omicron; Chaplain, Reporter-Historian 
of Alpha Delta Pi; President of Old 
Maids' Club; Mu Alpha Chi; Ushers' 
Club; Opera Workshop; American 
Guild of Organists; Chapel Choir; 
Ladies' Chorus; B. S. U. Greater Coun- 
cil; Music Chairman of Y. W. A.; Fresh- 



BACHELOR OF MUSIC DEGREES 

man Marshal; Hypatia; "Who's Who"; 

Miss Entre Nous; Miss Howard Court; 

Homecoming Court; Orchid Girl of Pi 

Kappa Alpha. 
CALDWELL, JAMES LEROY 
EDWARDS, AUBREY DeVERE 
FOREMAN, GEORGE DOUGLAS 
FORSSELL, ELNER JAMES 
HARP, JOSEPH RUSSELL 
JENKINS, JASPER CALVIN, JR. 



MOORE, ELIZABETH ANNE; Student Sena- 
tor; Majorette; Honorary Counsellor of 
Men's Dormitory; Miss Howard Court; 
Homecoming Court; Miss Entre Nous 
Favorite; President of Organists' Guild; 
Vice Presient of Delta Omicron; B. 5. 
U. Greater Council; Crimson Staff; 
"Who's Who"; Old Maids' Club; A Cap- 
pella Choir; Service Day Award. 

WIGGINS, AMY NATION 



ADAMS, FLOYD GUY 

ALLISON, JULIUS DONALD 

ANDERSON, AMES EARL 

AUCHMUTY, JUNE; Secretary of B. S. U.; 
5. N. E. A.; Alternate Miss Howard; 
Miss Friendship; P. E. M.; Women's 
Intramural Association; Homecoming 
Finalists; Carnival Queen of Mu Alpha 
Chi; Alternate A. P. O. Service Girl. 

BAGGETT, JENNINGS JEROME; Brother- 
hood. 

BAILEY, CLIFFORD C. 

BAILEY, PRESTON TIMOTHY, SR. 

BAKER, WILLIAM ARNOLD 

BANKEY, WILLIAM WAYNE 

BARBER, HARRIET HURST 

BASS, LUCILLE NELSON; Kappa Pi. 

BEARD, JEANNE LAMB; Miss Howard. 

BIGHAM, BETTY ORMAN; B. S. U. Greater 
Council; Y. W. A.; Spanish Club; S. N. 
E. A.; Library Club; Mission Band 
Agape; P. E. M.; Ushers' Club; W. I. A. 
Student Dean; Inter-Dormitory Council 
Old Maids' Club. 

BOWMAN, HOWARD ESCHOL 

BOYKIN, MARY JULIA 

BRECKENRIDGE, ANN ELIZABETH; Treas- 
urer of Alpha Epsilon Delta; Vice Presi- 
dent of Beta Beta Beta; S. N. E. A.; 
Eta Epsilon; Vice President, Secretary, 
Treasurer, Historian of Delta Zeta. 

BREEDING, MARVIN EUGENE 

BROWN, LOUISE D. 

BROWN, MARY ANN FUQUA; Kappa 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREES 

Delta Epsilon; S. N. E. A.; Civiorum; 
Winner A. E. A. Stote Fair. 

BUIE, GLORIA JEAN; B. S. U.; Secretary 
of Y. W. A.; Kappa Delta Epsilon; Inter- 
national Relations Club; House of Rep- 
resentatives; S. N. E. A. 

BURDETTE, JEROME LEE ' 

BURSON, JOHN L. 

CAMPBELL, JOSEPH D., JR. 

CARUSO, CATHERINE MARIE 

COLEMAN, ELIZABETH Z. 

COLLIER, HERBERT JAMES 

COOKE, JOHNYE B. 

CRAIN, GUY CURTIS 

CUNNINGHAM, EDWARD LEE 

DEES, CHARLES LUTHER 

DRINKWATER, CARL J. 

DUKE, JAMES PORTER, JR. 

DUNCAN, ARCHIE BRYANT 

ELLIS, LOUDELL OLIVER 

ENZOR, KENNETH LEON 

ETHRIDGE, RONALD OSCAR 

FLOYD, KATE WOOLF 

FOSTER, BERNICE MARTIN 

GILES, JAMES RAYMOND 

GLASS, AUBREY IRENE; Crimson Staff; 
House of Representatives; Ushers' Club; 
President, Delegate, Panhellenic Coun- 
cil; Advisor to Junior Panhellenic Coun- 
cil; "Who's Who"; Pledge Director, Vice 
President, President of Phi Mu. 

GODWIN, LOU BEARDEN 

GORRIE, MARGARET MILLER 

GRIFFITH, DORIS CRAIG; "Who's Who"; 



Kappa Delta Epsilon; P. E. M.; Vice 
President of S. N. E. A.; W. I. A.; Civi- 
orum. 

GRIFFITH, MARION A. ■ 

HANSON, CHARLES LYNN 

HASSELL, HARVEY L. 

HEARON, LEE HOOPER 

HIGGINS, ROSABEL CANTRELL 

HOGG, DANIEL HUGH; Alpha Kappa Psi; 
Ushers' Club; Mu Alpha Chi. 

HOLTAM, JOANNA; Hypatia; Tau Kappa 
Alpha; Theta Alpha Phi; Kappa Delta 
Epsilon; Beta Sigma Omicron; Mas- 
quers; R. D. G.; Vice President of Y. W. 
A. 

HORSLEY, NORMAN MANLEY 

INGRUM, BOB A. 

JACKSON, THOMAS L. 

JARRETT, CAROLYN SUE; R. D. G.; A 
Cappella Choir; Chapel Choir; B. S. U.; 
Y. W. A.; Mu Alpha Chi; Mission Band. 

JONES, MARY ELIZABETH 

KEENUM, JAMES WILLIS, JR. 

KELL, GEORGE 

LEE, WILLIAM BARKER; President of Fresh- 
man Class; Basketball; B. S. U. Choir; 
President of A. P. O.; Beta Beta Beta; 
State B. S. U. Brotherhood Representa- 
tive; Red Cross Campus Chairman; 
Tennis Team; M. A.; Dormitory Court 
Clerk. 

LEON, WILLIAM BENNETT, JR.; Secretary 
of Delta Sigma Phi; President of Delta 



Sigma Phi; Band; Vice President of Pi 
Gamma Mu; Kappa Kappa Psi. 

lewis, sarah jecqueline 
lively, george william 
lyons, elizabeth ann 
McCaffrey, john e. 
mcclinton, curtis orr 
McMillan, maizie anne 

McRAE, MERRILL JOSEPH 

MABE, ANNA JEAN; Y. W. A.; S. N. E. A.; 
A. E. A.; B. S. U. Choir; Executive 
Council; Civiorum; Mission Band. 

MANSELL, THOMAS OVID 

MASSEY, ALFRED LESLIE 

MATTHEWS, ROBERT MILLER 

MAYNARD, PATRICIA R. 

MEADOWS, MARIAN NELL; B. 5. U. Choir; 
S. N. E. A.; Mission Band; A Cappella 
Choir; Y. W. A.; Civiorum; Library Club. 

MEEKS, WILLIAM DAVID 

MILLR, BILLY JOE 

MILLER, JERRY WAYNE 

MORRIS, GOLDIE F. 

MORRIS, MAYTLE SANDLIN 

NEWMAN, DOUGLAS EARLE 



OLIVER, SALLYE ANN 

PASCOE, EDWARD RANSOM 

PAYNE, MARTHA GERUSIA 

PAYNE, RONALD JONES 

PEARCE, MARY NELL 

MILLER, RALPH KENNETH 

PETTEY, PATRICIA ANN 

PHILLIPS, RICHARD HUEY 

PITCHFORD, MARY SHERRYL; Y. W. A.; 
S. N. E. A. 

POWELL, HENRY H. 

RANDALL, ELIZABETH ANN H. 

RASCO, HAROLD E. 

ROBBINS, JAMES WOODROW 

ROBERTS, CONNIE LEE 

ROBERSON, NONA FAYE; Y. W. A.; 
Spanish Club; Secretary of Eta Nu of 
Beta Beta Beta; Historian of Alabama 
Beta of Alpha Epsilon Delta. 

ROBINSON, EDITH SUMNER 

ROSENTHAL, RACHEL G. 

RUTLEDGE, CHARLES CLAYTON; Sigma 
Nu; Secretory, Grand Master of Rituals 
of Alpha Kappa Psi. 

SANDLIN, WINFRED G. 



SANDERS, SHIRLEY; Phi Alpha Theto; 
Civiorum; Kappa Pi; S. N. E. A. 

SAVAGE, SAM JOSEPH; Delta Sigma Phi; 
Newman Club. 

SIGMON, NOAL HOWARD 

SMITHERMAN, MALLIE GAYLE 

STEPHENS, CHARLES H. 

SUDDERTH, JOHN WALTER, SR. 

THOMPSON, CHARLES HERBERT 

TROTTER, JIMMIE ANREW 

TUCK, LAWRENCE GERALD 

TURNER, JACKY LOVE; B. S. U; S. N. E. 
A.; Kappa Delta Epsilon; Mission Band; 
Civiorum; Dean's List; First Prize Co- 
lonial Dames History Essay Award. 

WALKER, JOE LANE 

WATSON, TWYNETTE WELLS 

WEBB, NANCY CHARLOTTE; B. S. U.; 
S. N. E. A.; Secretary, President of 
Kappa Pi; Y. W. A.; Mission Band; 
Inter - Dormitory Council; American 
Guild of Organists; Miss Entre Nous 
Favorite; Bull Dog Beauty. 

WILKES, MARGARET ANN 

WOLAVER, CHARLES CRAIG 



GALLOWAY, FRANK COFFEY, JR.; His- 
torian of Alpha Kappa Psi; President 
of Phi Alpha Theta; Secretary of Pi 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE WITH HONORS 

Gamma Mu; Secretory-Treasurer of 
Trident; O. D. K.; "Who's Who"; Secre- 
tary of House of Representatives; Busi- 



ness Manager of Bull Pup; High Class 
Honors; Dean's List; Crimson Staff; Stu- 
dent Marshal. 



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PHARMACY DEGREES 



ADKINS, MARTHA HINTON; A. C. S.; 
Alpha Phi Alpha; Wesleyan Fellowship. 

BENNETT, JOE FOLLIS 

BICE, BILLY JACKSON 

BOOZER, BENJAMIN BRYAN 

BUTLER, CLYDE ALVIN 

CARSWELL, CLIFTON HARRIS, JR. 

COOK, BILLY J. 

CREASMAN, BEECHER BOYD 

DePRIEST, WILTON CLAXTON 

DICKEY, ROBERT A. 

ELLIS, ARTHUR LEWIS 

FORTENBERRY, EDWARD BAXTER; His- 
torian of Alpha Phi Alpha; Correspond- 
ing Secretary of Phi Delta Chi. 

FOWLER, MARLAN LeROY 

GAMMILL, CHARLES GOODRICH; Vice 
President of Lambda Chi Alpha; Presi- 
dent of Kappa Psi; President of Inter- 
fraternity Council; Vice President of 
Brotherhood; Alpha Phi Alpha; B. S. U. 
Greater Council; A. P. O.; Chairman 
of Greek Week; House of Representa- 
tives; Inter-Pharmaceutical Organiza- 
tion Council. 



GARTRELL, DOROTHY S. 

GIBSON, JOHN POWELL, JR. 

GLASER, CHARLES A. 

GRAHAM, ALFORD HOWARD; Alpha Phi 
Alpha; Kappa Psi. 

GREGG, JAMES WALTER; Alpha Phi Al- 
pha; Kappa Psi. 

GREGG, WILLIS DOYLE 

HARRIS, DAN BLAKE, III; Treasurer of 
Freshman Class; Treasurer of Junior 
Class; Brotherhood; Intramural Council- 
Alpha Phi Alpha; A. P. O. 

HAWKINS, WILLIAM LAWRENCE 

HOVATER, JAMES FRED, JR.; President of 
Student Body; Charter President of 
Brotherhood; Vice President of Junior 
Class; Treasurer of Phi Delta Chi; O. D. 
K.; B. S. U. Greater and Executive 
Council; A. P. O.; "Who's Who"; Alpha 
Phi Alpha; Crimson Staff; Intramural 
Council. 

HUMPHREYS, JOHN DAVID 

JOHNSON, CHARLES LAWRENCE 

JONES, JOSEPH F. 

LEE, BILLY W. 



McBRIDE, JAMES H. 

MAYNARD, MARY MARGARET; Alpha Phi 
Alpha; President of Lambda Kappa 
Sigma. 

MILES, JOE AL 

MINCY, WILLIAM H. 

MOULTRIE, LOWELL ROLAND 

NORRIS, JOHN WILLIAM 

PHILLIPS, JAMES THOMAS 

PRICE, LAVERNE GORDON 

SLAY, FLOYD L., JR. 

STAMPS, W. HOWARD 

STRIPLING, MARY ELSIE 

SULLENGER, N. JORYN 

THOMAS, JOSIE ELIZABETH; Lambda 
Kappa Sigma; Alpha Phi Alpha; Miss 
Entre Nous Favorite, Beauty; Sweet- 
heart of Koppo Psi. 

VANN, ROY DOUGLAS 

WILDER, JAMES E. 

WILSON, CHARLES EDWARD 

WISE, WILLIAM CLINTON; Treasurer, 
President of Lambda Chi Alpha; Phi 
Delta Chi; Alpha Phi Alpha; "Beta 
Beau" of Beta Sigma Omicron. 



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