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THE PEOPLE The 





THE PURSUIT 




THE PEOPLE 

Administration 8 

Administrative Assistants 14 

Faculty 15 

Classes 24 

Organizations 53 

Who's Who 95 

Greeks 100 

THE SPIRIT 

Football 123 

Basketball 135 

Baseball 140 

Tennis 145 

Track 147 

Golf 151 

Intramurals 153 

THE PURSUITS 

Activities 158 

Beauties 201 

Advertising 220 



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President 



ADMINISTRAT 







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President and Mrs. Wright take port in the 
Homecoming Parade. 



Dr. and Mrs. Wright and their younger son, John, 
relax in their home on Lakeshore Drive. 



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eMoAMeil Q. 2>aMd 



^^fc^ 1 » Dean of the College 



Chancellor 



Frank Park Samford 
Hall 





cM. CiMin ^eixf^en. 



Business Manager 



Robert I. Ingalls, Sr., Hall 

^a^nel A. Qlan^he Biology Building 



Registrar 




Ma^<fCi^e.t ^. Si/^e^njo^ie 



Dean of Women 



Women's Residence Hall 




Director of Student Affairs 

Men's Residence Hall 

WdUam Pn.att ^cUe^ 1i 



Dean of Students 



John H. Buchanan Hall 





WaaSiOiAA H. /iifiu^K 



4?. ^4Jlmi4A. cMelifiLolA 



Director, Division of 
Pharmacy 



Librarian 




Harwell Goodwin Davis Library 



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Director of Religious Activities 

A. H. Reid Chapel and Religious 
Education Building 



Director of Public Relations 



Physical Education Building , 





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Director of 
Extension Division 
for Christian Training 



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Director of tfie Alumni Affairs 



Erskine Ramsay 
Apartment Building 



Student 



Union Building 





BUSINESS STAFF — Shellie H. Inzer, Asst. to the Bus. 
Mgr.; Michael White, Auditor; Jerry Wood, Mgr. of 
Central Moiling. 



BUSINESS OFFICE STAFF — Myra 
Murrell, Mrs. Mary Ellis, Mary Nell 
Frazier. 




DORM STAFF — Miss J. Dunn, Mrs. Mobry Lunceford, 
Mrs. Bessie Mae Goode, Mrs. Alice Wingo, Mrs. Mildred 
Smith. 




REGISTRAR'S STAFF — Helen Pigott, Mary Cooper, Mrs. Pauline Edwards, 
Mrs. Jean Vess, Doris Higdon. 




LIBRARY STAFF — First Row (left to right): Mrs. Glynn Wheeler, Jan War- 
ren, Jeanne Hough, Mrs. Jack Pugh Mrs. Rita Wells, Mrs. Eugene Bee. Second 
Row: Mrs. Mary Mitchell, Mrs. Nancy Bell. 




Ai-mi.iic;RATIVE ASSijTANTS Phyllis Brown, Mrs. Cecil Wood, Louise Bentley, Mrs. Sarah league, Mrs. Gene Kelser, Mary Frances Tucker, Mrs. 
Sutf Wells, Mrs. Loran Vice. 



FACULTY 




ART — Mrs. Clifford Wilder, A. M., Associate Professor of Art, 
Lemuel McDoniel, B.P.A., Instructor in Art; Charles D. Hand, 
A.B., Instructor in Art. 



BIBLE AND RELIGIOUS EDUCATION — Hudson Baggett, Th.M., Th.D., Associate 
Professor of Religion; Vernon G. Davison, Th.M., Ph.D., Professor of Religion and 
Greek; William M. Lunceford, Th.M., Th.D., Professor of Religion; Sigurd Franklin 
Bryan, B.D., Th.D., Associate Professor of Religion; Arthur L. Walker, Jr., B.D., Th.D., 
Associate Professor of Religion; Wm. Terrell Edwards, Jr., B.D., Th.D., Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Religion. 




BIOLOGY — First Row: Herbert Alfred McCullough, M.S., Ph.D., Professor 
of Biology; Clarence C. Hall, Jr., M.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology; 
Second Row: Alan Holman, M.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology; Jerry 
Hunter, M.S., Instructor in Biology; Lynn Raulerson, B.S., Instructor in 
Biology. 




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CHEMISTRY — Ben B. Chostain, M.A., Instructor in Chemistry; 
James H. Langston, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry; Leven .S. 
Hozlegrove, M.S., Assistant Professor of Chemistry; Robert W. Pilcher, 
M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Chemistry. 




ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION — Hu- 
bert F. Stepp, MA., Ph.D., Professor of Economics; Ray 
Allen, M.S., C.P.A., Assistant Professor of Business Ad- 
ministration; William D. Geer, B.S., M.A., Associate Pro- 
fessor of Economics; Leronzo T. Reeves, M.A., Ph.D., 
Professor of Economics and Business Administration; 
Charles W. Langdon, M.S., Instructor in Business Ad- 
ministration; Everett G. Lemeron, M.S., Assistant Professor 
of Business Administration; Paul Schatz, M.S., Associate 
Professor of Business Administration. 



EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY ~- William D. Murray, M.A., Ed.D., Professor 
of Education; Alto L. Garner, M.A., Ed.D., Professor of Education; Nathan 
Stott, M.A., Ph.D., Assistont Professor of Educotion; John Thomas Carter, M.S., 
Ed.D., Associate Professor of Education; Mrs. Frances Tunnell Carter, M.S., 
Ed.D., Associate Professor of Education. 




ENGLISH — First Row; Austin C. Dobbins, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of English; Laurence Green Avery, M.A., Instructor, German and English; Mrs. 
Francis W. Hil!, M.A., Assistant Professor of English; Mrs. Barbara H. Merck, M.A., Assistant Professor of English; David M. Wells, M.A., Instructor in 
English; Second Row: Ray Morris Atchison, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of English; Samuel J. Mitchell, M.A., Assistant Professor of English; Mrs. Martha 
Purser Brown, A.B., Instructor in English; Mrs. Lizette Van Gelder, M.A., Associate Professor of English, Mrs. Myrtis T. Kurz, M.A., Ph.D., Professor 
of English; Nathan Stott, M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Education. 



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HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION — Jomes E. Shor- 
mon, A.M., Associate Professor of Physical Education; 
Avolee Willoughby, M.S., Assistant Pro'fessor of Physical 
Education; Robert Bowden, M.A., Assistant Professor of 
Physical Educotion,- Virgil Ledbetter. B.S.E., Instructor in 
Physicol Educotion; Walter Barnes, M.A., Assistont Pro- 
fessor of Physical Education. 



HISTORY Mory Washington, M.A., Assistont Professor 

of History; William Pratt Dale, II, A.M., Ph.D.; Professor 
of History; George V. Irons, A.M., Ph.D., Professor of 
History; Hugh C. Bailey, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of His- 
tory; Frances T. Dew, M.A., Instructor of History. 






HOME ECONOMICS — Mary Catherine Beasley, 
M.S., Instructor of Home Economics; Ruth J. Cox, 
B.S., Instructor of Home Economics; Dorothy Fun- 
derburke, M.S., Assistant Professor of Home 
Economics. 



JOURNALISM — George Smith, A.B., Instructor 
of Journalism; Lewis Arnold, B.S., Director of 
Photographic Services; Roger Thames, Instructor of 
Journalism; Albert T, Scroggins, Jr., A.M., Ph. D. 
Associate Professor of Journolism. 




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MATHEMATICS - Walter S. Bishop, 

M-S., Associate Professor of Math- 
ma tics; Henry L, Freeman, M.E., 
M.M.E,. Assistont Professor of Mathe- 
matics; William D. Peeples, M.S., 
Ph.D., Professor of Mathematics; 
Mary Hudson, M.A., Instructor of 
Mathematics; Joseph R. Morris, A.B., 
Instructor of Mathematics; Ruric E. 
Wheeler, M.S., Ph.D., Professor of 
Mathematics. 



MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGES — Grace E. Weeks, M.A., Assistant Professor 
of Spanish, Hul-Cee M. Acton, A.M., Ph.D., Professor of French; Wheeler Haw- 
ley, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Romance Languages; James W. Jacobs, A.B., 
Instructor in German and Spanish. 



MUSIC — George W. Koski, A.M., Associate Professor and Director of Music; 
Newton D. Strandberg, M.M., D.Mus., Associate Professor of Music; Floyd 
McCoy, M.S.M., M.R.E., David Gibson, M.M., Assistant Professor of Music; 
Steve Nelson, M.M., Instructor of Music; Kothlene Martinson, M.M., Assistant 
Professor of Voice; Robert Behrendt, M.M., Instructor of Music; Witold 
W. Turkiewicz, M.A., Assistant Professor of Music; Virgil Hale, M.M., Assistant 
Professor of Voice; Harry E. Tibbs, M.M., Instructor of Music; Jack Rowe, 
M.S.M., Assistant Professor of Music. 




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PHARMACY — John E. Wintter, M.S., Ph.D., Professor of Pharmacy; Ellas Kholaf, 
B.S.. Instructor in Phormacy; Mrs. Juonita P. Horton, M.S., Assistant Professor of 
Pharmacy; Mortin L. Robinette, M.S., Assistant Professor of Phormacy; Woodrow 
R. Byrum, Ph.D., Director, Division of Pharmacy; Harry Cameron Shirkey, M.D., 
F.A.C.P., Professor of Phormocoiogy. 




PHYSICS — Dale Donald Long, B.S., Instructor in Physics; 
Thomas i. Hicks, M.S., Assistant Professor of Physics. 





SOCIOLOGY — Horry E. Dickinson, A.M., Ph.D., Pro- 
fessor of Sociology; Mrs. I. R. Obenchain, A.M., Associote 
Professor of Sociology. 



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SPEECH AND DRAMATIC ARTS — Nancy Jo Luther, M.A., 
Instructor in Speech and Dromatic Arts; Robert E. Mash- 
burn, M.A., Instructor in Speech and Dramatic Arts; G. 
Allan Yeomans, M.A., Associate Professor of Speech. 



DEDICATION 



Coach James Edward Sharman is a graduate of 
Howard College (1943) who has returned to make 
Howard an even greater college. 

He is head of the Department of Health and 
Physical Education and Athletic Director and coaches 
a state champion tennis team each year. 

Coach now finds one of his dreams coming true 
OS the gym is finished, providing a complete pro- 
gram of physical education. 

He is loved and appreciated by the students and 
faculty and has helped bring Howard athletics to a 
respectable position in college circles. This past 1960- 
61 year sow the best year in Howard's history for 
all intercollegiate sports combined. 

It is for this and what Coach Sharman has meant 
to his students and associates that we, the staff of 
1960-61, dedicate the ENTRE NOUS. 



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In Memoriam 



Miss Gail Hyle 







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In Memoriam 



MRS. C. S. KERR 

Women's Posidor.rc He 




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SENIOR CLASS 




SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS look back through three years of ENTRE NOUS's to review their college careers. Left to Right: 
President Don Ragsdole, Treasurer Ralph Hornsby, Senator Gail Hyle, and Senator Tom McClendon. 




ADAMS, REBECCA Com Ed. Opp 

ADKINSON, HAYWOOD History Fairfield 
ALLCORN, G. W. B.A. Trussville 

ALLEN, HARRIS F. Pha. Birmingham 



APPLING, ARLINE Moth Gorges 

ARMSTRONG, LARRY Re. Huntsviiie 

ARRINGTON, ORVAL Ace. Birmingham 
AULD, MARCIA Ed. Birmingham 



AUSTIN, FRANCES Re. Ed. Hueytown 
BARNETT, NELSON B.A. . Birmingham 
BARNETT, RICHARD Pha. Lebanon, Tenn. 
BARROW, LAWRENCE B.A. Century, Fla. 



BEASLEY, WILLIAM Hum. Rel. Childersburg 
BEAVERS, WILLIAM Ed. Birmingham 
BEDSOLE, LEON Sac. Mu. Abbeville 

BEDWELL, GEORGE P. E. Birmingham 



BEIGHTOL, KEVIN Pho. Alcoa, Tenn. 
BIBB, BERNARD . Hi. Montgomery 

BIDDLE, VIRGINIA Sdo. Anniston 

BISHOP, JANET . . Mu. . Birmingham 



BLACKWELL, MAREE Re. Helena, Ala. 
BLAIR, GLORIA Ed. Alexander City 

BOOHER, MARCIA Eh. , Birmingham 
BOWKER, GEORGE B.A.... Birmingham 



BREWER, JOE S. Sc. Double Springs 
BRIDGES, KAREN Ed. , Birmingham 

BROCK, ALLICE Mu. Spartanburg, S.C. 
BULLOCK, HASSELL . Eh. . . . Bessemer 



BURDESHAW, D. H. Math Birmingham 
BURNS, CHARLOHE H. Ec. Rome, Go.' 
BURNS, KENNETH I.M. Bessemer 

BURRIS, RADEN . . Pha. . . Jackson, Miss. 



CAMP, DENNIS , 


Math 


. , Tarrant 


CAMPBELL, LOUIS 


Pha. 


Dothan 


CAPRA, CHARLES 


Pho. . 


Birmingham 


CARROLL, JUDY . . 


. Ed. . . 


- Talladega 





CHADWICK, NELDA Sda. Birmingham 
CHAMPION, PATRICIA , H. Ec. . Jemison 
CHAPPELL, MARION Re. Warrior 

CLEMENTS, LUNDY Math Fairfield 



COLE, TOMMY Mu. Bessemer 

COLEMAN, EDWARD Eh. Tallahassee, Fla. 
COLLEY, SANFORD Sda. Russellville 
COMO, SUSIE . Bi. Birmingham 



COOK, THERESA 
COOPER, TONY 
COPELAND, JAN 



H. Ec. 
Pha. Lanett 

Re. Ed. Birmingham 



Camden \ 



CORNWELL, CECIL Re. Birmingham 



COX, HENRY Re. Gardendale 

CRAIN, BILLIE Ed. Birmingham 

CRAWFORD, DOT Eh. Memphis, Tenn. 
CRAWFORD, JIMMY B.A. . Abbeville 







DAVIS, BOB Re. Ft. Walton Beach, Flo. 
DAWSON, GEORGE Pha Tishomingo, Miss. 
DEAN, HERMAN Re. Sylacauga 

DEAN, JOSEPH Pha. Birmingham 



DEAN, LENA FRANCES Ed. Montgomery 
DUNN, LUCY JANE H. Ec. Roanoke 
DYER, DAVID Re. . Northport 

EADS, PAUL Math Carbon Hill 



ELLINGTON, TOMMIE Ed. Rice, Va. 
ENNIS, RAYMOND Bi. Birmingham 

EPLEY, LINDA MORRISON Mu. Trussville 
EPLEY, ARNOLD Mu. Trussville 



FAHEY, DEAN Re Ed Birmingham 

FALLIN, BETTY Ed. . Birmingham 

FENN, JONCITA Ed. Birmingham 

FERGUSON, PEGGY Pha Birmingham 



FINCH, JAMES Pha. Donelson, Tenn 
FITE, CHARLES Art ... Ammiston 

FLYNT, WAYNE Hi. . Anniston 

FOWLER, RICHARD Phy. Birmingham 



FRADY, JERRY Re Anniston 

FRIZZELLE, MYRALYN Ed. . Decatur, Go. 

GARCIA, MARIRENE B.A. Havana, Guba 

GEORGE, JIM .... Bi Rainsville 



GILL, ROBERT Bi Birmingham 

GLOVER, JIMMY Mu. . . Birmingham 

GLOVER, JOHN Mu. Birmingham 

GOERNER, MITZI Hu. Rel. Richmond, Va. 



GOMILLION, INGRAM Jo. , Montgomery 
GRANADE, JULIA ALICE, Eh. Greenville 
GUSTIN, BARBARA . . Bi. . Birmingham 
HAIRSTON, JORDAN . . Sn. . Florence 





HARP, CAROLYN Mu Ed Homewood 
HARWELL, ELEANOR Mu Leroy 

HAYES, JEAN Ed Atlanta, Go. 

HAYWOOD, JOHN PE Birmingham 



HEAD, VIRGINIA 
HENDERSON, BOB 



Art Birmingham 

BA Moulton 



HODGES, MARY SUE Ed DeFuniak Springs, 

Flo. 



HOGAN, DON 



Pha 



Ocilla, Ga. 



HOLCOMBE, THOMAS Mu. Birmingham 
HOLDER, HAROLD Hi & Jo Sheffield 
HOLLYHAN, MILDRED Pha Coker 

HOPPER, SYLVIA Ed Gadsden 



HORN, MARIE H Ec ATMORE 

HOWELL, GERALENE , So . Lanett 
HUDSON, JAMES Pha Sumroll, Miss. 
HUDSON, JOEY Pha Sumroll, Miss. 



HUGGINS, RICHMOND I M Birminghom 
HUNTLEY, HELEN Mu. W. Frankfort, III. 
HUTCHINS, BUDDY Pha Birmingham 
HYLE, GAIL Sdo Birmingham I 

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JAMES, NANCY Re Ed Birm.inghom 

JOHNSON, WILBURN Eh Birmingham 

JONES, BURT Mu Ed Atmore 

JONES, TERRY .Eh Clonton 



KAHRE, STEPHANIE H. Ec. Birmingham 

KARR, MARGARET Bi Albertville 

KENNAMER, KAYE B.A. Scottsboro 

I KEOWN, ANNETTE A. Pha Scottsboro 



KING, JERRY Re Ed . . Huntsville 

KNIGHT, JACK Pho Birmingham 

LANDERS, DALE - Hi , . Birmingham 

LANGMER, WILLIAM BA Birmingham 



1 LETSON, 


LOIS 


Gen 


Scottsboro 


LITTLE, NORMA 


Eh 


Birmingham 


MARRS, 


HARRIET 


Bi 


Hueytown 


MARTIN, 


CAROLYN 


Eh 


Richmond, Va. 


MARTIN, 


EUGENE MA Chattanooga, Tenn. 


MARTIN, 


SHIRLEY . 


Re 


- Montgomery 


MASSEY, 


HOMER 


Re 


Birmingham 


MAYSON 


, SUE 


Eh 


Atmore 



MCCARTY, JOHN Pha Birmingham 
MCCARTY, O'NEIL Pha Stringer, Miss. 
MCCOLLUM, CHARLES Pho Jackson, Miss. 
MCDADE, JOE Re Montgomery 



MCDOWELL, JOYCE Re . Birmingham 
MCGOWAN, HELEN . . Ed Jasper 

MCKINLEY, JOEL. , . Pha . . Laurel, Miss. 
MCLAIN, ELEANOR Ed. Birmingham 




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MCLAUGHLIN, ROY So . Selma 

MCLENDON, TOMMY C Sc Birmingham 
MEREDITH, RAYMOND B.A. Bessemer 
MEZICK, JAMES Re. Opelika 



MILLER, JAMES Re Pascagoula, Miss. 
MILAZZO, JOE B.A. Birmingham 

MINTON, ROY S Sc Attolla 

MONEYHAM, RAYMOND Pha Pensacolo 



MOORE, HOWARD Pha Columbinia 

MURPHY, GWENDOLINE Re Birmingham 

MEYERS T. W. Gen Birmingham 

NATION, NEIL Psy Birmingham 



NEAL, RALPH Re San Luis, Calif. 

NEIL, RODNEY B.A. Birmingham 

NORTON, JAMES P E Cuthbert, Ga. 

NUNN, BARBARA, H Ec Marietta, Ga. 



O'BARR, ANN GAYLIA Jo Nashville, Tenn. 
O'BRIEN, SUE Ed Birmingham 

OLIVER, HOYT Pha Jackson, Miss. 



OWINGS, JOE 



Pha 



Brent 



PARNELL, KATIE 



Eh 



PATTERSON, MELVIN Re 
PAYNE, GEORGE Gen 

PAYNE, JOSEPH Ace 



Anniston 

Talladega 

Scotfsboro 

Arron 



PENLEY, JULIA ANN Eh Birmingham 

PERRY, SUE Ed Birmingham 

POND, ROBERT BA Birmingham 

POWELL, BOB Eh Birmingham 



POWELL, RONALD IM Birmingham 

PREWEH, DAVID Hi Ft. Payne 

PUCKETT, LINDSAY BA Hartsville 

RAGSDALE, DON Sda . Birmingham 



RALEY, BOOKY 


Pe 


Dothan 


READING, JAMES 


So 


Birmingham 


REAVES, EDWARD 


So 


Mobile 


REEVES, JUDY . . 


Re Ed 


Birmingham 



REPASS, T. W. BA Birmingham 

RICE, NORMAN ... Pe Arab 

RICHARDS, BEVERLEY , H Ec , Birmingham 
ROARK, PATTY .Re ... , Milton, N.C. 



ROBERTS, WILLIAM Sac Mu Trussville 

ROEBUCK, BARBARA Ed Eutaw 

ROPER, ENNIS Sda Decatur 

RUSSELL, BENNY Mu Huntsville 



RUSSELL, NED Sda . Bridgeville, Pa. 

SAGER, DOUG ... Re ... Bessemer 

SALAMONE, MARIE Hum Rel Birmingham 

SCHMITT, FRANK . . Re . . Birmingham 





SCOTT, PAT 


Jo 


Mobile 


SELF, AMY 


Ed 


Huntsville 


SENTELL, BETTY 


Hu Rel 


Ashland 


SHADRICK, ELAINE 


Hi 


Bessemei; 

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SHEUMAKER, DON Sea Mu Bloomfield, la. 
SIMS, CHARLES Re Fayette 

SMITH, ROLAND MA Tarrant 

SPURRIER, CHARLOTTE Ed Birmingham 



STAGGS, KYLE Re Sylacauga 

STALLINGS, GRACE MA Anniston 

STEWART, MARION Jo Haleyville 

SUTHERLAND, MARTHA Ed Charlotte, N.C 



SWEARINGEN, G. Ed 

TEMPLIN, GAIL Ed 

THOMASON, MARTHA 



Birmingham 

Birmingham 

Sn Irondole 



THOMPSON, EVELYN H Ec Oxford, Go. 



THOMPSON, SHIRLENE ^ Ed Monroe Go. 
THOMPSON, SHIRLEY Eh Bynum 

THRELFALL, HENRY Phy Birmingham 
TILLERY, WILLIAM Ed Birmingham 



TINDOL, BOBBIE Mu Enterprise 

TISDALE, HAROLD Eg Birmingham 

TODD, MAE Ma Pensacola, Fla. 

TUCK, LARRY Art Birmingham 



TURNER, CHARLIE . Hi 


Gardendale 


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VANDIGRIFFT, EARL . BA 


Birminghom 




WALDREP, ALAE RISSE Mu 


Birmingham 




WALKER, CHARLES BA 


Warrior 


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WESSON, STEPHEN So Birmingham 

WEST, LINDA Comm Ed Bessemer 

WILLIS, BILL BA Morris 

WISE, RICHARD HI Birmingham 



WOOD, GENE Pho Helfin 

YATES, BARBARA Sn . Birmingham 

GOODMAN, JOYCE Eh Hueytown 

HAMILTON, JO ANN Hi Shocco Springs 



HAMILTON, MIKE 
HAMMETT, JOYCE 
HAMRIC, ROBERT 
HARPER, SARA 



Bio Birmingham 

Hi Birmingham 

Bio - Birmingham 

Pho . Centre 



HARRIS, BILLY Re Birmingham 

HARRIS, WILLIAM So , Birmingham 

HART, THOMAS Re . . Floralo 

WILSON, KEITH Pha Chottanoogo, Tenn. 



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JUNIOR CLASS 




JUNIOR OFFICERS pay their class dues to help finance doss projects. Left to Right: Senator Sarah Mathis, Senator Bob Crider, Vice-president Joel 
Avery, Senator Elaine Brooks, President James Kelly, Senator Raybon Willinghom, Secretary Linda Nealy, and Treasurer Gary Wolfskill. 







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ABERNATHY, MARY JANE 


Alexander City 


ALLEN, GLORIA 


Birmingham 


ALLGOOD, STEPHEN C. 


Birmingham 


ARNOLD, HOBART 


Birmingham 


AYCOCK, HELEN 


Leighton 


AVERY, JOEL 


Birmingham 


BAILEY, ANITA 


Birmingham 


BARNES, MARY GRACE 


Gadsden 


BATCHELOR, NANCY 


Cantonment, Fla. 


BEARDEN, DONALD R. 


Armuchee, Go. 


BEASLEY, GARLAND L. 


Birmingham 


BECKETT, MARTHA 


Sylacauga 


BELL, PATRICIA 


Josper 


BIGGS, CHARLSIE 


Birmingham 


BISHOP, SANDERS B. 


Birmingham 


BLOUIN, JOY 


Flomaton 


BREWIS, LYNDELL RAY 


Gardendale 


BROOKS, ELAINE 


Butler 



BROOKS, ROBERT T. 


Birmingham 


BROWDER, BETTY 


Camden 


BRUMMETT, JANE 


Birmingham 


BRYANT, THERMAN H. 


Newton, Miss. 


BUTLER, TED W. 


Birmingham 


BYMAN, SANDRA 


Birmingham 


CAHOON, MARTHA JO 


Bessemer 


CALLAWAY, DON 


Wetumpka 


CAPPS, RUBLE ANN 


Birmingham 


CARMAN, BOBBIE . 


Traskwood, Ark. 


CASTLEBERRY, JERRY N. 


Birmingham 


CLAYTON, WILLIAM F. 


Collins, Miss. 


COCHRAN, SYLVIA 


Albertville 


COHORN, JAMES 


Jacksonville 


CONRAD, RODERICK 


Panama City, Fla. 


COPELAND, JERRY 


Birmingham 


CORNWELL, MAXINE 


Birmingham 


COURTNEY, JEAN 


Jackson, Miss. 


CRAWFORD, J. ROBERT 


. . Dayton, Tenn. 


CRIDER, BOB 


.... Birmingham 


CROOK, JOHN 


Opelika 


CROSS, CHARLCIE 


Birmingham 


CROWE, MERRILL G. 


Troy 


CRUCE, BILLY 


Scottsboro 


DANIEL, WILSON 


Manchester, Tenn. 


DAVIDSON, JIMMY 


Hueytown 


DAVIS, LYNN 


Tampa, Flo. 


DAVIS, JAMES H 


Crenshaw 


DEAN, NOVELLA . 


Opelika 


DEAN, RHONDA , . 


Birmingham 


DEAN, T. JOSEPH 


Carrollton 


DICKSON, JANE 


Grand Tower, III. 


DORRIS, RON West Frankfort, III. 


DUTTON, BETTY 


Mobile 


EATON, PATRICIA FAYE 


Jasper 


ELLIOn, CARL GARY 


Gadsden 


ELLIOTT, JO ANNE . 


Decatur 


EPP, LIONEL 


Silverhill 


EVANS, NEWMAN 


Birmingham 


FAULKNER, BEBE JO 


Birmingham 


FAUST, RICHARD A. 


Birmingham 


FIKES, DONETTE 


Hueytown 


FINCHER, LINDA 


Birmingham 


FLOWERS, JERRY ... 


Brundidge 


GANTT, MARKANNE 


Birmingham 


GARNER, JANICE 


. . Birmingham 


GARRIS, CHARLES GRADY . . Birmingham 


GIBBONS, MABEL .... 


Deatsville 






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GLENN, JOY 


- , Birmingham 


GLENN, PEGGY 


Elmore 


GODFREY, ANNE 


Auburn 


GRAY, ANNE 


Birmingham i 


GREEN, HILTON M. 


Ashland 


GRIFFIN, ALTON RAY 


Atlanta, Ga. > 


GRIFFITH, JO ANN , 


. Memphis, Tenn. 


GRINER, RICHMOND L 


Birmingham 


GUFFIN, PEGGY 


Talladega 


HALE, DENNIS 


Opelika 


HALEY, JACK 


Birmingham 


HALBROOKS, TOMMY 


Birmingham 


HANCOCK, HAROLD 


Birmingham 


HARRIS, LINDA 


Birmingham 


HARRISON, CORDELL 


DeFuniak Springs, 




Fla. 


HARRISON, ROSELYN 


Thomasville 


HARGROVE, LYNDA JANE . Birmingham 


HARWELL, FRANK H. . 


Leroy 



HASLAM, LARRY Piedmont 

HEAD, JULIUS . Greenville 

HENDERSON, MARTHA Eutaw 

HENDERSON, SARA Camp Hill 

HENDERSON, WILSON JR. Eutaw 

HERRING, LINDA GAIL Attalla 



HESTER, JERRY Birmingham 

HICKMAN, ED Birmingham 

HILL, EDITHSON Gardendale 

HILL, LOUIS , Columbus, Ga. 

HILL, SIDNEY Sweet Water 

HODGES, DOROTHY ANN Birmingham 



HODGES, MOLLY 


Decatur, Go. 


HOOD, MARY ANN 


La Fayette 


HOOKS, B. G. 


Carbon Hill 


HOPKINS, JANICE 


Birmingham 


HORTON, NORMAN E. 


Millbrook 


HOWARD, PARTICIA 


Dothan 


HUNTER, FRANCES 


, Tarrant 


HYMEL, JOAN 


New Orleans, La. 


IVEY, WILLIAM WILD 


Evergreen 


JACKSON, BENNY 


Birmingham 


JACKSON, MARY JEAN 


Gadsden 


JACOBS, FRANKLIN 


Ariton 


JOHNSON, DAVID 


Rossville, Go. 


JOHNSTON, JEAN 


. . Birmingham 


JOHNSTON, ROBERT H. 


Birmingham 


KEELING, BARBARA 


. Lyndon, Ky. 


KEETON, GUY 


Birmingham 


KELLY, JAMES 


Florence 



KELLEY, ROBERT D. 


Birmingham 


KELSO, PATRICIA 


Birmingham 


KERR, GAIL 


Piedmont 


KING, JIM West Frankfort, III. 


KING, MICHAEL L 


Birmingham 


KIRKLAND, TERRY 


West Plains, Mo. 


KIRKLEY, KEN 


Tuscaloosa 


KITE, CAROLE 


Cottonton 


KNIGHT, BEHY 


Birmingham 


KRONIMUS, JACK 


Jacksonville, Flo. 


LAMBERT, HELEN 


. Darlington 


LAYTON, LYNN 


Tarrant 


LENART, MIHALY 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


MACON, LESLIE 


Robertsdale 


MADDERRA, BENNY 


. Gadsden 


MANLY, RONALD 


Decatur 


MARLOWE, GUY 


. Leeds 


MARTIN, PATSY 


Opelika 


MARTIN, SHERRILL 


. Daleville 


MASH, JEAN 


Greenville 


MATHIS, SARAH 


Boaz 


MCBRAYER, LEE 


Huntsville 


MCCALL, MARY ANN 


Childersburg 


MCCULLOUGH, CHARLES R. . Samson 


MCCUTCHEN, DAVID 


Selma 


MCDOWELL, BILL 


Sylacauga 


MCGUFF, CLARENCE 


- . Clayton 


MCGUFFEY, HENRY , 


. Muscle Shoals 


MCNEAL, BILL 


Birmingham 


MCPHERSON, PEGGY 


, , Atlanta 


MEEKS, WILLIAM 


Milledgeville, Go. 


MIDDLETON, JUDY K. 


, Aliceville 


MILLER, JACK EDWARD 


Jay, Flo. 


MILLICAN, CLAUDE 


Birmingham 


MILLS, MARY LOUISE , 


Montgomery 


MITCHELL, GRACE 


. . Section 


MIZE, GORDON 


. . Birmingham 


MOEBES, MIKE 


Decatur 


MOLAY, MARIE 


, , Birmingham 


MONELLA, JOSEPHINE 


Birmingham 


MONTGOMERY, RICHARD Moulton 


MOORE, JIM 


. . Cullman 



MORGAN, JERRY Atlanta, Go. 

MORGAN, VERNON R. Birmingham 

MORRIS, JUDITH MAXINE Birmingham 

MOSES, MICKEY Ft. Payne 

MURRAY, JOE Jasper 

MYRICK, GLEN H. . . Lawrenceburg, Tenn. 




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NALL, WILDA 


Atmore 


NEALY, LINDA 


Mobile 


NELSON, MILDRED 


Troy 


NICHOLS, JAMES 


Fairfield 


NIX, GAIL 


Birmingham 


OUSLEY, DELLA RUTH 


Montgomery 


PARKER, BOBBY 


Birmingham 


PADGETT, WILLIAM 


Hackleburg 


PALMER, MARTIN 


Birmingham 


PAPADENIS, JOHN 


Chicago, III. 


PARKER, DAVID 


Chickasaw 


PARKER, JIM 


Birmingham 


PATE, SARA 


Evergreen 


PATRICK, BILL 


. Cullman 


PENLEY, SCOTT 


Decatur, Go. 


PERRY, JOHN MICHAEL 


Childersburg 


PETTY, PHIL 


Lewisburg, Tenn. 


PRESTO, LARRY E. 


Birmingham 


PRUET, JUDITH 


Birmingham 


PRYOR, J. N. 


Laurel, Miss. 


RASBURY, DIANNE 


Beaverton 


REESE, SAMPLER 


Talladega 


RICHMOND, LARRY B. 


Henderson, Ky. 


ROBINSON, MARY ANN 


Carrollton, Ga. 


SIMONTON, NED 


Abbeville 


SOLOMON, JEANETTE 


Birmingham 


SANDLIN, TRUMAN 


Decatur 


SANFORD, SANDRA 


Tuscaloosa 


SAVAGE, DONALD 


Birmingham 


SCHILLECI, CHARLENE 


Bessemer 


SCHMITT, J^ B. Chattanooga, Tenn. 


SEIER, CLAIBORNE 


Bessemer 


SEEVER, AHLEIDA JOAN 


Mobile 


SHEUMAKER, DWAYNE 


Bloomfield, la. 


SHIRLEY, FRANCES 


Anderson, S.C. 


SIMRELL, DOUGLAS 


Mobile 


SMITH, ANNETTE 


Birmingham 


SMITH, JUDY 


Sulligent 


SMITH, PAUL LOWELL 


Bessemer 


SMITH, SYLVIA ANN 


Atmore 


SNELL, DON 


Pinckard 


STEMBRIDGE, GAYLE 


Americus, Ga. 


STRAIN, BRYANT 


Attolla 


STRONG, MYRNA 


Madison 


STUART, WINSTON L. JR. 


Pineapple 


TANKERSLEY, JUDY 


Louiseville, Ky. 


TEMPLIN, ROBERT 


Mobile 


THOMAS, GARY L. Ch 


attanooga, Tenn, 



THORNBERRY, MARY 


Reform 


THRASHER, THOMAS 


Birmingham 


TIDWELL, JAMES 


Cullman 


TILLMAN, SUE 


Ft. Payne 


TORTORICE, ROSE MARIE 


Bessemer 


TYLER, SARAH LOU 


Birmingham 


VARNI, CHARLES 


Guntersville 


VEAL, DAVID EVAN 


Birmingham 


VINSON, JUNE Ft. Waltc 


n Beach, Fla. 


WALKER, JAMES H. 


Springville 


WALKER, ROBERT 


Hueytown 


WALTON, DOUGLAS H. 


Bexar 


WEAVER, LAURA 


Birmingham 


WEST, MARTHA 


Sf. Louis, Mo. 


WHATLEY, BARBARA 


Dofhan 


WHITEHEAD, CAROLYN 


Dothan 


WHITMAN, SARAH 


Mobile 


WHITT, CAROLYN JOAN 


Attolla 


WILDMON, JOE W, 


Birmingham 


WILLIAMS, LEON EMBRY 


Montgomery 


WILLINGHAM, L. RAYBON 


Heflin 


WILLIS, GLORIA 


Greenville 


WININGER, DAVID 


Birmingham 


WOLFSKILL, GARY 


Delond, Fla. 


WOOD, JERRY 


Montgomery 


WOODALL, JOHNNY 


Scottsboro 


WOOTEN, JEWELL P. 


Birmingham 


YEAGER, JOHN 


Headland 


YOUNG, JEANETTE 


Piedmont 


ZACKIE, JOYCE 


Birmingham 


ZANNIS, RICHARD 


. Birmingham 





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ALLEN, ALBERT Newton 

BROWN, CHARLES Mexio 

CARLISLE, MYRNA Birmingham 

HUNT, BECKY Birmingham 

LOLLEY, TOMMY Birmingham 

MCREYNOLDS, ARNOLD ... Birmingham 
SUMNER, JOHN Tuscaloosa 





SOPHOMORE 
CLASS 




SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS recheck their mysterious class project that is unveiled each year in the spring. Left to Right: 
Vice-president Genie Turner, Secretary Linda Hudson, Senator Mike Bradley, President Jack Snell, Treasurer Betty Ruth Stone, 
and Senator Sandra Sims. 




ACKER, JOHN A. Trussville 

ACKLEN, THOMAS M. Chattanooga, Tenn. 
AIRHEART, LEROY Scottsboro 

ALMON, BARBARA JEAN Cullman 

ANDERSON, MARGIE Birmingham 

ARNOLD, JIMMY Birmingham 



BAILEY, BEN 


Birmingham 


BAILEY, J, FRED 


Leeds 


BAILEY, JO 


Arab 


BAKER, DAVID DAL 


Summit, Miss. 


BAMBERG, BETTY KAY 


Selma 


BARKSDALE, THOMAS 


Crossville 


BARNETT, RICHARD A. 


Pinson 


BARROW, LUCY 


Lanett 


BARROW, SUSAN 


Cedartown, Ga. 


BELCHER, DON 


La Fayette 


BIDDLE, ALICE 


Birmingham 


BISHOP, SANDRA 


Birmingham 



BLACKWELL, RENA 


Birmingham 


BLAKE, SARA DEAN 


Haleyville 


BLAIR, WILLIAM 


Fairfield 


BLOUIN, JON W. 


Flomaton 


BRADLEY, MIKE 


Madison 


BRIDGES, JEAN 


Birmingham 


BRISTOW, BARBARA 


Birmingham 


BROOKS, JUDY 


Birmingham 


BROWN, BARBARA 


Villa Rica, Ga. 


BROWN, JOAN 


Jasper 


BUMPERS, BENNIE W. 


Jackson 


BURTON, B. B., III., 


Bessemer 


BURTON, TOMMY 


Camp Hill 


BUTLER, MARTHA JEAN 


, Birmingham 


CALFEE, JANICE 


, , . Clanton 


CALFEE, KAY 


Birmingham 


CAMP, FRANCES 


Opelika 


CAMP, TOMMY 


, Anderson 


CARR, TOMMIE 


Birmingham 


CARTER, JUNE 


Cambellsville, Ky. 


CHRISTMAS, ART 


Louisville, Ky. 


CLACK, PEARSON 


. . Roanoke 


CLEMENTS, BETTY 


Birmingham 


COCHRAN, WILLIAM 


Birmingham 


COKER, SHIRLEY 


Leeds 


COLBERT, JOY 


Birmingham 


COLE, WILLIAM T. 


Cullman 


COLLEY, RUTH 


. Russellville 


COLLINS, G. S. 


Birmingham 


COMPTON, JAMES 


Huntsville 


CONWILL, GERRY 


Vincent 


COOK, ELIZABETH 


Fairfax 


COSPER, LINDA 


Birmingham 


CRAWFORD, LARRY 


Scottsboro 


CRAWFORD, TERRY 


Birmingham 


CROSS, RICHARD 


. Birmingham 


CRUCE, JOSEPH W. 


Birmingham 


DABBS, EILEEN 


Bessemer 


DANIEL, DELILA 


Montgomery 


DAVIS, JOANNE 


Louisville, Ky. 


DAVIS, LOIS 


Chamblee, Go. 


DAWSON, ASA WAYNE 


Birmingham 


DAY, JACK . 


Enterprise 


DOBBINS, MARTHA RAE 


Anderson, S.C. 


DONALDSON, LOUISE 


Tarrant 


DORE, KENNETH . 


Birmingham 


DORRIS, TOM West Frankfort, III, 


DOWNEY, JERRY 


. . . . Birmingham 










DOWNS, ORVILLENE 


Birminghan 


DRAUGHN, DIANNE 


Petal, Miss 


DUKE, ARTHUR 


Citronelk 


DUNCAN, LAMAR 


Villa Rica, Ga 


DUNEGAN, JANICE 


Coffeevillf 


DURRETT, PATRICIA 


Warrioi 


DYER, AUDRA 


Chattanooga, Tenn. i 


EDWARDS, BARRY 


Louisville, Ky. ! 


ELLIS, DAVID 


Birmingham 


ENNIS, FRANKLIN 


. Birmingham 


FARR, DAVID 


Lanett | 


FICHTNER, VICTOR 


Birmingham 


FLOWERS, ROBERT 


Butler 


FRANKLIN, SARA 


Birmingham 


FULTON, CHARLES 


Birmingham 


FUNDERBURK, ANITA 


Tallassee 


FUSSELL, JANE 


Opelika 


GAMMILL, VIRGINIA 


Birmingham 


GARDNER, GRETHEL 


1 
Selma 


GARNER, JAMES 


Birmingham 


GATES, JULIA 


Carrollton 


GIBBS, CLARA 


Atmore 


GIBBS, DIANE 


Union Grove 


GIBBS, SUSANNE 


Birmingham 


GILBERT, LANA 


Geraldine 


GIBSON, NANCY 


Mobile 


GLAZE, ROBERT 


Birmingham 


GRAHAM, LARRY 


Greenville, Miss. 


GRANBERRY, KAY 


West Point, Go. 


GREEN, MARTHA 


Roanoke 


GREENE, JUDITH 


Sheffield 


GRISWOLD, JANE 


Birmingham 


GUSTIN, JOHNNY 


Birmingham 


GUTHRIE, OUIDA 


Birmingham 


HAMILTON, JO ANN 


Birmingham 


HAND, BEVERLY 


Andalusia 


HANNA, PHIL 


Tallassee 


HARRIS, CAROL 


Birmingham 


HARRISON, VIRGINIA 


Mobile 


HASKEW, TRUMAN 


Birmingham 


HATFIELD, DRAKE 


Montgomery 


HEARN, MILDRED 


Nashville, Tenn. 


HENSON, LAZANDA 


Enterprise 


HERRING, ALICE 


Dothan 


HICKS, DAVID 


Madisonville, Tenn. 


HILDRETH, NANCY 


Birmingham 


HILL, JOHN JR. 


Gadsden 


HILL, WILLIAM 


Birmingham 



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HODGINS, MARY NELL Doyfona Beach, 



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Fla. 


' HOLLAND, MARY LANE 


Gadsden 


HOLLEY, CHARLES 


Lanett 


HOLLEY, WAYNE 


Lonett 


1 HOLLINGSWORTH, JOYCE Grove Hill 


! HOPSON, CHARLES 


Huntsvillo 


; HOUK, MIRIAM 


Sportanburg, S.C. 


' HOUSTON, JOHN 


Raleigh, Miss. 


J HUDSON, LINDA 


Anderson, S.C. 


HUNTER, CLAUDE 


Cherokee 


HYDE, KENNETH 


Birmingham 


INGRAM, DON 


Lineville 


ISBELL, JERRY 


Addison 


JACKSON, BILL 


Birmingham 


JACKSON, CAROLINE 


Cleveland, Tenn. 


JACKSON, GLENDA 


Birmingham 


JACKSON, JAMES 


Monroeville 


JOHNSON, GEORGE 


Jasper 


JOHNSON, HELEN 


Dothan 


JOHNSTON, JEAN 


Rome, Go. 


JOHNSTON, VIRGINIA 


Birmingham 


JUNKINS, ANNELLA 


Birmingham 


KENDRICK, CAROLYN 


Birmingham 


KENNEDY, MARY 


Hurtsboro 


KENNEDY, SANDRA 


Brewton 


KIMBROUGH, REEDER 


Florence . 


KING, ELLIOTT 


Taylorsville, Miss. 


KNIGHT, TED 


Birmingham 


LACEY, BARBARA ANN Eli2abethton,-Tenn. 


LANE, MARY GENA 


Roanoke 


LAWRENCE, WILLIAM JR. Birmingham 


LEE, JOHN 


Camp Hill 


LEE, DONALD 


Hartselle 


LINDBLOM, JOHN 


Anniston 


LOONEY, SUE 


Fairfield 


LOTT, KENDALL 


Decatur 


LOWERY, CHARLES 


Clanton 


LOWERY, DAVID 


Montgomery 


LUKER, FRANCES 


Goodwoter 


MAISE, DONALD 


Gadsden 


MAJORS, FRANKLIN 


Savannah, Tenn. 


MARLOW, JAY 


. . Denver, Colo. 


MARSH, MARTHA . . 


Atmore 


MARTIN, DALE 


- . Montgomery 


MARTIN, MYRA 


Anderson, S.C. 


MARTIN, WAYNE . 


Jemison 


MATTHEWS, JERRY 


Scottsboro 


MCDILL, DORTHY NELL 


. - Birmingham 





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MCDOUGAL, TOM R. 


Huntsville 


MCFARLAND, CHARLOTTE 


Leeds 


MCGRADY, LEIGH ANN 


Birmingham 


MCGUFF, SHIRLEY 


Montgomery 


MCKEE, ALMA 


Hartselle 


MCKINLEY, RODNEY 


Roebuck 


MCKINSTRY, GAIL 


Birmingham 


MCKNIGHT, LINDA GAIL 


Huffman 


MCPHERSON, ANN 


Atlanta, Go. 


MCWILLIAMS, DAVID H, 


Birmingham 


MERRITT, WALTER D 


ode City, Fla. 


MILLER, BERT 


Mobile 


MILLER, JEAN 


Birmingham 


MOEBES, JAMES D. 


Decatur 


MONTGOMERY, DICKY 


Greenville 


MOORE, BERNARD 


Hazard, Ky. 


MORGAN, LINDA 


Birmingham 


MORRELL, DAVID 


Birmingham 


MORTON, CHARLES 


Albertville 


MOSELEY, MAXINE 


Ozark 


MOYER, HANK Tu 


llahoma, Tenn. 


MULLIGAN, BONNIE SUE 


Aliceville 


MULLINS, LENONA 


Montgomery 


NEAL, JERRY 


Montgomery 


NELSON, ANNIE FLETCHER 


Abbeville 


ORTON, FRED, SR. 


Florence 


OSBORNE, AZALIA ANN 


Geraldine 


OZLEY, ODELL 


LaFoyette 


OZMENT, WAYNE 


Gadsden 


PARKER, MARY ANNE Elizabethton, Tenn. 


PATTERSON, WILFORD 


Jackson, Miss, 


PATE, JO ANNE 


Opelika 


PEACOCK, TOMMIE JEAN 


Selma 


PETERSON, ELOIS 


Montgomery 


PHILLIPS, LINDA 


. Roanoke 


PIERCE, OLA FAYE 


. Clanton 


POWELL, BARBARA J. 


Birmingham 


REESE, ANN 


Birmingham 


RHODES, JIM 


Birmingham 


ROLEN, JAMES M. 


Birmingham 


ROSSER, MARY EDITH 


Bessemer 


ROTHE, JOYCE 


Louisville, Miss. 


SAL AMOR E, PAT 


Bessemer 


SALEMI, SANDRA 


Bessemer 


SANDERS, JAY H. 


Montgomery 


SAUCIER, EUGENE 


Anniston 


SCHUERMEYER, HONEY 


Louisville, Ky. 


SCOGIN, PHYLLIS F. 


Birmingham 



SHAW, J. W. 
SHEPHERD, GLENN 
SHORT, ARLEEN 
SHUMAKER, AL 
SIMPSON, MARCIA 
SIZEMORE, JIMMY 



SMITH, CECELIA 
SMITH, LOUANN , . , 
SMITH, PAUL WAYNE 
SNELL, JACK 
SOMMERS, JOHN 
SPAIN, WALTER 



SPEAKMAN, RAY 
STEWARD, JANICE 
STONE, BEHY RUTH 
STUART, BEVERLY 
SUMMERS, JAMES 
TATE, ED 



THOMPSON, CAREY 
TRIMM, DENNIS 
TRUITT, GLENN 
TURNER, BILLIE SUE 
TURNER, GENIE 
TURNER, WENDELL, ^ 



Birmingham 

Birmingham 

Louisville, Ky. 

Jasper 

Posagoula, Miss. 
Birmingham 



Decatur 

Huntsville 

Eclectic 

Panama City, Fla. 

. , Uniontown 

Birmingham 



Birmingham 

Gardendale 

Birmingham 

Pineapple 

Mobile 

Camden 



Greenville 

. Birmingham 

. Birmingham 

Dadeville 

Talladega 

West Point, Ga. 



TWILLEY, GLENN Selma 

VINSON, BRENDA RUTH Attalla 

WADE, DAVID Birmingham 

WAID, DAVID Trussville 

WAITS, JAMES Aiken,' S.C. 

WALTERS, CAROL Avondale, Ga. 

WALTERS, SARAH Headland 

WARD, RACHEL Dothan 

WARREN, JANET Ft. Payne 

WEBSTER, GAIL ... Hamilton 

WELLS, NANCY Opelika 

WHATLEY, LYNN F Double Springs 



WHISENANT, MARY JEAN Bessemer 

WHITE, SOLOMON Dothan 

WIKES, ROBERT Birmingham 

WILLIAMSON, BARBARA ... Birmingham 

WILLIS, EFFIE Greenville 

WILLIS, JOHN D Morris 

WISE, CLAIR Atmore 

WRIGHT, MARTHA ANN Spartanburg, S.C. 
YARBOROUGH, LARRY Prichard 









FRESHMAN CLASS 




FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS try on their ' 
Vice president Mason Dollar, and Senator 



rat hots", the symbols of their doss. Left to right: Front Row: Senator Gory Pritchett, President Brice Graves, 
Dale Corley. Second Row: Treasurer Jane Gilmer and Secfetary Ann Boynton. 




ABLES, RAYMOND EDGAF 


Ft. Payne 


ABSHER, IVA 


Blountsville 


ADAM, JANET R. 


Helena 


ALBANO, JERRY 


Birmingham 


APPLING, ELAINE 


Gorgas 


ARNOLD, JANET 


Birmingham 


ARTHUR, MARY 


. . Ft. McClellan 


ATCHESON, WAYNE 


Clanton 


AUSTIN, CHARLOHE 


Hueytown 


AUTRY, SANDRA 


Birmingham 


BAGWELL, BARBARA 


Warrior 


BALTZER, ELEANOR 


Mobile 


BANKER, ELDEN 


Birmingham 


BARNETT, PATRICIA 


Montgomery 


BASS, SANDRA 


Moulton 


BATSON, LINDA 


Bessemer 


BELL, CHERYL 


Adamsville 


BENNETT, HAL 


Graceville, Fla. 


BENTLEY, REBECCA 


Russellville, Ky. 


BEST, PATRICIA ANN 


Jasper 


BETTERTON, MARTHA 


Birmingham 


BINGHAM, BEN 


Birmingham 


BLAND, MARGARET ANN 


Georgetown, 




Go. 


BLEDSOE, JANET KAY 


Birmingham 


BOWDEN, ELAINE 


Clayton 


BOWDOIN, MARY 


Leeds 


BOWIE, MARY GORDON 


Anniston 


BOYNTON, ANNE 


Birmingham 


BRADLEY, CAROL 


Louisville, Ky. 


BRASWELL, CAROLYN 


Birmingham 


BROOKS, CECILIA 


Birmingham 


BROOK, ROSCOE H. 


Montgomery 


BROOKS, LINDA 


Birmingham 


BROWN, JEAN 


Albertville 


BROWN, JIMMY 


Abbeville 



BROWN, MARY JO 


Birmingham 


BRUMMETT, BEHY 


Birmingham 


BRUNER, OLIVA 


Ashford 


BRYANT, CATHERINE 


Birmingham 


BULLOCK, MARY 


Dofhon 


BURNETT, BRENDA JOYCE 


Birmingham 


BURNES, ELAINE Nashville, Tenn. 


BURTON, CHARLES 


Camp Hill 


BUSH, KENNETH 


Sanford 


BYNUM, WILLIS Chatta 


lOoga, Tenn. 


CADE, PENNY 


Leeds 


CALFEE, GLORIA 


Prattville 


CALLAWAY, CHARLENE 


Decatur 


CALLAWAY, SHARRON Panama City, Fla. 


CARLTON, ANN 


Birmingham 


CASH, DOUGLAS 


Birmingham 


CHAMBLESS, SYLVIA 


Montgomery 


CHATHAM, JIMMY 


. Morris 


CHIARELLA, LEON 


Birmingham 


CLARK, BUTTONS 


Birmingham 


COLLEY, EMILY 


Russellville 


COLLEY, JIM 


Troy 
Birmingham 


COMPTON, JOHN 


CONNELL, BARBARA 


. Bessemer 


CONWAY, CRAWFORD 


Birmingham 


COOLEY, FRANK 


- Bessemer 


CORLEY, DALE Panama City, Fla. 


CORNELIUS, JACKIE 


. Blountsville 


CORNELIUS, SAMMIE 


Blountsville 


COURTNEY, GLENN 


Birmingham 


CULP, HARRY 


Prattville 


CURLEE, JOHN 


Birmingham 


DANIEL, SANDRA 


Cullman 


DAVIDSON, JOHN 


. Bessemer 


DAVIS, BENNIE 


Verbena 


DAVIS, JAMES 


Scottsboro 


DAVIS, VICKI 


Birmingham 


DAVIS, PAMELA 


. . . Cullman 


DEES, EMILY 


- Monroeville 


DOLLAR, MASON 


Shawnut 


DRAKE, MIKE . Chatta 


nooga, Tenn. 


DUNLAP, BRENDA . 


. Cullman 


EANES, GREGORY 


Birmingham 


EDGEWORTH, MARVIN , 


Birmingham 


EDWARDS, MAURICE 


Sylvanio 


ELLISON, RICHARD 


. . . Prichard 


ESPY, WILLIAM , 


. . Gadsden 


FADELY, DEAN 


Birmingham 




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Robertsdale 


FARRAR, BILL 


Birmingham 


FARRIS, CAROLYN 


Cuthbert, Go 


FELKINS, CHARLES 


. Talladega 


FLETCHER, LINDAL 


. Birmingham 


FLOWERS, MAVIS 


Montgomery \ 


FLOYD, JAMES 


Fayette \ 


FOSTER, LINDA 


Greenville i 


FOUNTAIN, LYNNE 


Bessemer 


FREY, GEORGE 


Birmingham 


FRITH, FLORENCE 


Birmingham \ 


FUSSELL, FAITH 


New Orleans, La. , 


GARTSEFF, CATHERINE 


Birmingham 


GIBBS, MARY 


- Gadsden 


GILBERT, SHARON 


Parker, Fla. 


GILLIS, JOHNNY 


Dothan 


GILMER, JANE 


Sulligent 


GLADDEN, JOE 


Birmingham | 


GLENN, GAYLE 


, Birmingham 


GLENN, JOHNNY 


Yemasee, S. C. 


GOERNER, MARGIE 


Richmond, Va. 


GOGGANS, BETTY JEAN Birmingham 


GOODE, JANICE 


Montgomery 


GOODMAN, ROBERT 


Mobile 


GORDON, MARY ELAINE Birmingham 


GOULD, NAN 


Cullman 


GRANBERRY, PERRY 


Headline 


GRAVES, JOHN 


Talladega 


GREENE, ROSEMARY 


Florala 


GUTHRIE, JOHN 


Gordendale 


HABEL, WILLIAM 


Pittsburg, Penn. 


HALL, DIANNE 


Havana, Fla. 


HALLMAN, ANNA 


Shawmut 


HAMMOND, KAY 


Talladega 


HARE, JACK 


Montgomery 


HARPER, JOHN 


Blountsville 


HARRIS, JAN 


Atlanta, Go. 


HARRIS, JUDITH ANN 


Ashford 


HARRIS, LEON 


Frankville 


HARRISON, DEANNE 


Birmingham 


HARRISON, SUE 


Anniston 


HARPER, DON 


Birtningham 


HART, PEGGY 


Huntsville 


HARVEY, RICKEY 


Birminghom 


HARWELL, FOSTER 


Mobile 


HEADLEY, ALLEN 


Birmingham 


HENDERSON, JUDITH 


Pascagoula, Miss. 


HENLEY, WALLY 


Birmingham 



HENNINGER, MARIE L. 
HERRING, JULIA 
HIERS, BETTY 
HIGDON, JOHN 
HILDERBAND, BILL 
HILL, JOE ANN 



HINDSMAN, FRANCES 
HIXON, MARY 
HOLLIDAY, VERBON 
HOLLIMAN, PATTI 
HOLLOMAN, FAYRENE 
HONEY, WALLACE 



HOVEN, BRUCE 
HOWARD, LINDA 
HUGHES, JUDY 
HUGHEY, SAMMYE 
HUNTOON, NORA 
INGRAM, BOBBIE 



JACKSON, KAY 
JACOBS, RONALD 
JACOWAY, SARAH 
JOHNSON, CARL 
JOHNSON, CHESTER JR. 
JOHNSTON, HELEN 



JONES, SANDRA 
KETCHAM, JANICE 
KEY, JANET 
KINCAID, JUDY 
KING, LANNY 
KIRBY, DEE ANNA 



KIRKE, PAUL S. 
KISER, JANE 
LAMBARD, SANFORD 
LAMON, MARION 
LANGLEY, JANIS 
LATHAM, COLLEEN 



Birmingham 

Gadsden 

Jacksonville, Flo. 

Lineville 

Langdole 

Danville, Ky. 



Gadsden 

Montgomery 

Attalla 

Sterrett 

Birmingham 

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Jackson 

Dothan 

Wayzato, Minn. 

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Hollywood 

Montgomery 



Birmingham 

Bessemer 

Portersville 

Silverhill 

Birmingham 

Birmingham 



Birmingham 
Birmingham 
Birmingham 
Birmingham 
Birmingham 
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Gautier, Miss. 
Birmingham 
Birmingham 
Vernon 
Birmingham 
Birmingham 



LEAKE, BETTY 


Birmingham 


LEDBtllER, RAY 


Birmingham 


LEDBETTER, ROY 


Birmingham 


LEHMAN, JERRY 


Decatur 


LESTER, SARA SHARMAN 


Orlando, Fla. 


LETT, PHYLLIS 


Warrior 


LILLY, CHARLOTTE 


, Birmingham 


LONG, CAROL 


Orlando, Flo. 


LONG, CHARLES . 


Birmingham 


LOTT, JACQUELINE . , 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


LOVE, PHILIP 


Tarrant 


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Birmingham 


MACK, HENRIETTA 


Elba 


MACON, ALICE 


Robertsdole 


MAJORS, GLENN 


Hartford 


MALONE, SANDRA 


Gadsden 


MANLEY, JACQUELINE 


Birmingham 


MANN, SUE 


Birmingham 


MANLY, THERON 


Decatur 


MARTIN, SANDRA 


Gunfersville 


MARTINDALE, RICHARD 


Jasper 


MASSE Y, JEAN 


Birmingham 


MAXEY, EDDIE 


Leeds 


MCCONNELL, JANICE 


Opelika 


MCCOY, WALTER 


Birmingham 


MCCRARY, KAY 


Birmingham 


MCCRAY, RONNIE 


Birmingham 


MCCRUMMEN, WARREN 


Selma 


MCCULLARS, SHERRON 


Ohatchee 


MCGEE, TOM 


Louisville, Ky, 


MCQUIRE, CHARLOTTE 


Montgomery 


MCKEE, JUDY 


Pinson 


MCKENZIE, BOB 


Birmingham 


MCKINION, HARRY 


Mobile 


MCKINNON, ANN 


Leeds 


MCMURTRIE, JIM 


Decatur 


MCRAE, BETTY ANN 


Rome, Go. 


MCSWAIN, JANE 


Montgomery 


MCWHORTER, MARILYN 


Trussville 


METHVIN, REED 


Birmingham 


MILLER, MARTHA 


. Oneonta 


MILLER, PAUL 


Clanton 


MILLING, BILLY 


Selma 


MILLS, PHIL 


Birmingham 


MILNER, JIMMY 


Gadsden 


MITCHELL, BRENDA 


Birmingham 


MOAK, MONETTA 


Butler 


MOON, DEANNA 


Dothan 


MOON, RAY 


Montgomery 


MOORE, BRENDA 


Mobile 


MOORE, SHARON 


Montgomery 


MUMPOWER, BUSH 


Fairfield 


MURDOCK, HERMAN 


Birmingham 


MYERS, DOROTHY 


Birmingham 


MYERS, JOHN 


Birmingham 


NEIGHBORS, NANCY 


Alexander City 


NELSON, NANCY 


Birmingham 


NELSON, WALTER 


Theodore 


NICHOLS, RHONDA 


Bessemer 



NORMAN, JOHN 


Ft. Deposit 


NORRED, TRUMAN 


Roanoke 


OLIVE, DOUGLAS 


Bolivar, Mo. 


PAGELSEN, CAROL 


. Jackson 


PARKER, PEGGY 


Birmingham 


PATTERSON, JOY 


Dadeville 


PEMBERTON, ROBERT 


Birmingham 


PENLEY, BRENDA 


Chero, Tex. 


PENTON, LOUISE 


Montgomery 


PETERSON, DIANNA 


Mobile 


PHILLIPS, JAN 


Gadsden 


PHURROUGH, KAY 


Sylacauga 


PITTS, BRENDA 


Birmingham 


PLOTT, HUNTER 


Opelika 


POSEY, JOYE 


Decatur 


POWERS, JAMES 


. Mobile 


PREWETT, JANICE 


Fort Payne 


PRINCE, MARY 


Birmingham 


PRITCHETT, GARY . 


Mobile 


PRUETT, GAIL 


Birmingham 


PURNELL, GLORIA 


Birmingham 


RANT, MARILYN 


Dothan 


RAY, GARRY 


, Piedmont 


RAYBURN, GLENDA 


Mobile 


REARDEN, SUELLEN . 


Lanett 


RUSE, LARRY 


. Birmingham 


RICE, JUDY 


Birmingham 


ROBERTSON, JEANNE 


Cullman 


ROBINSON, GEORGE 


Montgomery 


ROBINSON, MABRY 


Birmingham 


ROBISON, JEANNIE 


Birmingham 


ROGERS, JOHN 


Birmingham 


ROGERS, THOMAS 


Birmingham 


ROUNTREE, TOMMY 


Birmingham 


RUDDER, JUNE 


Jackson 


RYLAND, FRANK 


Hollywood, Fla. 


SALTER, RICHARD 


Hueytown 


SANDERS, KENNETH 


Panama City, Flo. 


SANDERSON, JOY 


Huntsville 


SAXON, CAROLYN 


Anniston 


SAXON, MARLENE 


Birmingham 


SCOTT, PERRY L. 


Selma 


SELF, CHARLOTTE . ^ ^ 


. . . Birmingham 


SELLERS, LELAND 


Birmingham 


SEYMOUR, DIANE 


Birmingham 


SHEPHERD, JO 


Birmingham 


SHERMAN, MARIE 


Birmingham 


SIMRELL, HARRIET 


Mobile 





SITZ, NANCY 


Birmingham 


SLAUGHTER, EVELYN 


Mobile 


SPINKS, JACKIE 


Hanceville 


SPRUIELL, WAYNE 


Leeds 


STEARNS, GWENDOLYN 


Cordova 


STILL, ALLEN 


Atlanta, Ga. 


STRONG, CHARLES 


Bay Minette 


SUDDATH, DON 


Mobile i 


TAYLOR, FLORENCE 


Aliceville 1 


THOMAS, H. J. 


Decatur, Ga. 


THOMPSON, CORLEY 


Birmingham 


THOMPSON, PAUL 


Sulligent 


THOMPSON, EVELYN 


Greenville 


THOMPSON, SUE 


Birmingham 


TIDWELL, OLIVER 


Birmingham 


TILLMAN, JOE 


Birmingham 


TROUTMAN, BILLY 


Toxey 


TUCKER, NANCY 


Birmingham 


TURNER, JEROME 


Gardendole 


TURRITTIN, BETTY JO 


Mobile 


TYLER, JAMES 


Birmingham 


VAUGHN, JUDSON 


Montgomery 


VAUGHN, LAMAR 


Dothan 


VEAL, EMILY 


Birmingham 


VICK, MARILYN 


Birmingham 


WAGGONER, WARREN 


Birmingham 


WALKER, EDDIE 


Hollywood, Flo. 


WALKER, JUDY 


Bessemer 


WARRICK, ROBERT 


Birmingham 


WATKINS, FLOYD 


Lanett 


WATSON, JOHN 


Birmingham 


WELLS, MARGARET 


Greenville 


WESTON, LYNNE 


Headland 


WHALEY, ROBBIE 


Opp 


WHEELER, CAROLYN 


Homewood 


WHITEHURST, NICK 


Abbeville 


WILDER, VIRGINIA 


Vinemont 


WILLIAMS, MARTHA 


Jasper 


WILLS, BEHY 


Abbeville 


WILSON, JEANIE 


Childersburg 


WILSON, LINDA 


Alexander City 


WRIGHT, JERRY 


Reform 


YARBROUGH, BARBARA 


Birmingham 


YATES, MARTHA 


Brundidge 


YOUNG, DON 


Valley Head 




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ORGANIZATIONS 

TABLE OF CONTENTS 

ENTRE NOUS Staff 54 Music 66 

CRIMSON Staff 56 Professional 71 

BULLPUP Staff 57 n, q, 

_, , , ^„ Pharmacy 84 

Cheerleaders 58 

Debate Team 60 ^^^'^'°" 9° 

Student Government 62 Service 92 

Honoraries 64 Who's Who 95 

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Harold Holder — EDITOR AND CHIEF PHOTOGRAPHER 




Barbara Keeling and Ann O'Barr — FACULTY 8. ADMINISTRATION 




ENTRE NOUS 



We of the annual staff hope that you enjoy this 
1960-61 edition of the ENTRE NOUS, which we hope 
to be one of the best ever produced. 

I want to personally thank the staffers for the long 
hours of hard work that they gave without pay in 
order that this book and the beauty pageant might 
be a success. There were several people who con- 
tributed to the annual whose pictures we could not 
get for this section including: Martha Beckett, Mary 
Lane Holland, Tommie Ellington, and many others. 
Thanks so much .... 

Harold Holder, editor 




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Corolyn Kendrick — ASSISTANT EDITOR 




Jane Brummett — ORGANIZATIONS 



Jerry Wood — BUSINESS MANAGER and Alan Hosier — ADVERTISING 




Jordon Hairston, June Vinson, Kathrine Bryant — ACTIVITIES 




Virginia Gommell and Arleen Short — ORGANIZATIONS 




Gail McKinstry — GENERAL ASSISTANT 




Doug Cosh, Jerry Wright, and Wayne Atcheson — SPORTS 






Patricia Howard, Linda Neoly. ond Nancy Gibson — BEAUTIES 



Lucy Barrow — BEAUTY EDITOR 



Jim Summers — ARTIST 

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CRIMSON — The Crimson is the school paper that is published each week. First row {left to right): Henson, Gammill, Gibbs, Garcia, 
Kendrich, Pagelson, Gibson. Second row (left to right): Keith, Holland, Sizemore. Third row (left to right): McKinstry, Borrow, Bennett, 
Atchison, Bryant, Moyer. Fourth row (left to right): Kennamer, Cash, McGee, Goerner. Fifth row (left to right): Wright, Harwell. 




Mary lane Holland, Editor 



CRIMSON 




Crimson Editors — Jerry Wood, Lucy Borrow, 
Carolyn Kendrick, Wayne Atchison. 



Jimmy Sizemore, Business Manager 
Walling Keith, Advertising Manager 





PRESS CLUB is an organization for journalism majors and students who are interested in the field of journalism. First row, left to right: 
Virginia Biddle, Anne O'Barr, Barbara Keeling, Ginger Gammill, Lucy Barrow. Second row: Catherine Bryant, Carolyn Kendrick, Carol Pagelson, 
Pat Scott, Kaye Kennamer, Mary Lane Holland. Third row: Wayne Atchison, Frank Harwell, Jim Sizemore, Hank Moyer, Walling Keith. 



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Janette Young 




Myralyn Frlzzelle — Head Cheerleader 




Ruth Colley 




Left to right, First row: Frizzelle, Thomas, Young. Second row: Hammett, Hyle 
Hayes, Colley, Bowles, Goerner, Vinson. 



CHEERLEADERS 



Mitzi Goerner 



June Vinson 





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Carolyn Thomas 




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Gail Hyle 



Joyce Hammett 



Sara Hayes 




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1960-61 DEBATE 




VARSITY DEBATE TEAM — Left to right: Harold Holder, Prof. Allan Yeomans, Wayne 
Flynt, Nelda Cfiadwick, and Don Ragsdale. 



The year's first tournament sow Howard walk off 
with the first place sweepstakes trophy at the annual 
Dixie Debate Tournament at Mercer, beating arch 
rival University of Kentucky for the second time in 
three years. The varsity team was: Jack Haley, 
Nelda Chadwick, Wayne Flynt, and Don Ragsdale. 



During the 1960-61 season, the Howard 
intercollegiate debaters made their 8th 
consecutive tour of the debate circuit, 
arguing the justice or injustice of the 
year's topic: "Resolved that the United 
States should adopt a program of com- 
pulsory health insurance for all citizens." 
During the year the team won or placed 
in such tournaments as Dixie Debate 
Tournament in Mercer University, Carolina 
Forensics at Un. of S. C, the Southern 
Regional Tau Kappa Alpha at the Uni- 
versity of Alabama, and the Millsaps In- 
vitational. At their home tournament in 
December, had the team been elgible, 
Harold Holder and Paul Smith would have 
won affirmative and Don Ragsdale and 
Wayne Flynt would have won negative. 

What is the collective opinion of the 
team in regard to adopting compulsory 
health insurance: They are 100% against 
it! 





The second week of February, 
Howard split forces. The team on 
the left of Holder, Ragsdale, Flynt 
and Smith, (Coach Jo Luther is in 
middle) swept the Florida State Uni- 
versity Tournament by the largest 
sweepstakes points in three years. 

At the some time a team of Son- 
ford Colley, Nelda Chadwick, 
George Frey, and Marvin Edge- 
worth were taking the Mississippi 
University Tournament. 



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The first week in March, Frey, Holder, Johnston, and 
Smith (not pictured) tied for first place honors at the 
Mississippi State College for Women Tournament, only to 
lose the trophy on speaker points. Coach Luther is at right. 





WAYNE FLYNT AND DON RAGSDALE — a 
senior varsity team which compiled on extra- 
ordinary record of 27 wins and 13 losses against 
the very best in the South and East. 

They swept by such name teams as U. of Ken- 
tucky, Wake Forest, U. of Ala., Memphis State, 
Florida State, and U. of Tenn. The only tourna- 
ment that had a losing record was the best in 
the nation, the Notre Dome Invitational, where 
they met such nationally ranked teams as Illinois 
State, U. of Nebraska, and St. John's of Minn. 



TAU KAPPA ALPHA is for students who have 
excelled in both debate and public speaking 
and hove qualified for membership. Left to 
right: (front! Prof. Allan Yeomans, Nelda Chad- 
wick, ibacki Wayne Flynt and Don Ragsdale. 




STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION — First row: Martha Becket, Wayne Flynt, Joe Brewer. Second row: Don Rogsdale, Carolyn 
Thomas, Sarah Moth is, Jean Hayes. Third row: Arnold Epiey, Elaine Brooks, Sandra Sims, Tommy McLendon. Fourth row: Mike Bradley, 
Brice Graves, Bob Crider. 



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Joe Brewer, 
vice president 



Martha Beckett, 
secretary 



Jerry Wood, 
treasurer 



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WOMEN'S DORMITORY COUNCIL is the officers of the Women's Dorm and a representative from each floor who make and enforce the 
rules of the dormitory. First row, left to right: Mabel Gibbons, Jane Baty, Sissy Barnes, Elaine Brooks. Second row: Elaine Shad rick, 
Virginia Harrison, Mildred Hearn, Geraldine Howell, Frances Camp, Cecelia Smith, Dot Crawford, Rhonda Dean. 




ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS is an organization responsible for the self government of the women on campus. First row, left to 
right: Ann Gaytia O'Barr, Barbara Whatley, Betty Fallin, Anne Gray. Second row: Elaine Brooks, Peggy Glenn, Jean Hayes, Linda 
Neoly, Mabel Gibbons, Myrolyn Frizzelle. 



HONORARIES 




ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA is an organization for women who hove attained an average of 2.5 or above. First row, left to right: Betty 
Ruth Stone, Billie Sue Turner, Martha Roe Dobbins, Mary Lane Holland. Second row: Ann Gaylia O'Barr, Patricio Howard, Audra 
Dyer, Myralyn Frizzelle. Third row: Joanie Seever, Peggy Guff in, Linda Hudson, Barbara What ley. 




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HYPATIA — First row, left to right: Dot Crawford, Barbara Money, Jean Hayes, Martha Sutherland. Second row: Katie Parnell, Sylvia 
Hopper, Ann Gaylia O'Barr, Myralyn Frizzelle. Third row: Betty Fa 1 1 in, Mori Garcia. 





CIRCLE "O" is an organization that Is linked 
ODK, but is only open to freshman men. Left to i 
Jack Snell and Pearson Clack. 



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TRIDENT is the highest scholostic honor that a man student can attain while 
in college. This organization is composed of those students who hove attained 
high scholarship, and esteem on the campus. Left to right: Harold Holder, Wayne 
Flynt, Tommy Holbrook, ond Don Rogsdole. 




OMICRON DELTA KAPPA is a national- leadership and scholarship fraternity for men who have been outstanding in these fields. First 
row, left to right: Walter Barnes, Bill Hornbuckle, Joe Brewer^ Dean John Fincher. Second row, left to right: Dr. Wheeler, Don Rags- 
dale, James Kelly, Wayne Flynt, Bob Crider, Bobby Jackson. 



MUSIC 




A CAPPELLA CHOIR is a selected choir of Howard students who sing in chapel, at special engagements and on two tours each year. Mr. 
George Koski is director. 



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BAPTIST STUDENT UNION CHOIR is composed of Christian students who sing for religious functions and whose ultimate goal is to 
glorify Christ through song. Bill Hornbuckle is the director. 

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DELTA OMICRON is a national professional music fraternity for women students. First row, left to right: Martha Sutherland, Martha 
Sue Hale, Peggy Glenn, Sherrill Masters. Second row: Monetta Moak, Patsy Best, Jean Hays, Robbie Tarrant, Joy Blouin, Gayle Glenn, 
Kay Calfee. 




LADIES CHORUS is the only all-girl ensemble on campus. They sing regularly in chapel programs, under the diiection of Mrs. Kothleen 
Martinson. First row, left to right: Amberson, Miller, Henderson, McElhannon. Second row: Bowles, Ward, Fusselt, Ousley, Brock, McBrayer, 
Ellington. Third row: Henderson, Harwell, Scott, Batchelor, Harp, Waldrop, Seever, Martinson. 




HOWARD MARCHING BAND provides musical entertainment and performs for the football games and early basketball gomes during the 
fall semester. The Band is led by Drum Major James Miller and directed by Floyd McCoy. 




CONCERT BAND provides music for formal occasions such as graduation and the candlelight dinner as well as giving a late sprmg 
concert. The director is Floyd McCoy. 




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MAJORETTES 



(Top) 

Jeanie Turner 
Jane Brummett 
Carol Long 



(Bottom) 

Betty Brummett 
Jeanie Wilson 
Flo Taylor 



Band director Floyd McCoy, drum mojor James Miller and 
head majorette Jane Brummett 





KAPPA KAPPA PSI is a national band fraternity for all men students who ore members of the band and have qualified for membership. 
First row, left to right: Floyd McCoy, Phillip Guinn, Don Graves, Arnold Epiey, Cordell Harrison, Lynn Whotley. Second row: Howard 
Woodard, Polmer Rowe, Jack Kronimus, John Norman, H. J. Thomas, Jerome Edwards, Crawford Conway, Solomon White, Bill Horn- 
buckle, Ross Davis. 




TAU BETA SIGMA is the national band sorority for women members of the band who have qualified for membership. First row, left 
tc right: Judy Middleton, Norma Little, Peggy Glenn, Martha Thomason, Elaine Brooks. Second row: Brenda Ruth Vinson, Diane Hall, 
Julia Gates, Linda Herring, Jean Miller, Martha Beckett, Jean Hayes. Third row: Kay Hammond, Helen Johnston, Carolyn Linden. 



PROFESSIONALS 



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ALPHA EPSILON DELTA Is an organizotion for students who ore in pre-med and associated sciences who have good character references 
and high scholarship. First row, left to right: Frank Burns, James Kelly, Mike Perry, John Crook. Second row: Virginia Johnston, Jo Ann 
Davis, Ouida Guthrie. Third row: Dr. McCu) lough, Richard Cross, Jon Sonford, Joel Avery, Dale Mortin, Dean Fincher. 




AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY is an organization for students who are majoring in chemistry and related fields and desire professional 
training. First row, left to right: Clack, Steward, Dyar, Dr. Pilcher. Second row: Dr. Langston, Guffin, Mr. Chartin, Mr. Hazelgrove. Third 
row: Givens, Maise, Glaze. Fourth row: McGee, Dichenson, Langston. 






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ALPHA KAPPA PSI is a professional fraternity for male students majoring in commerce and business administration. 




BETA BETA BETA is a notional organization for biology students who have attained high honors In their particular area of concentra- 
tion. First row, left to right: Davis, Karr, Johnson, Johnston, Dodger, Hudson, Ay cock. Second row: Raulerson, Guthrie, Perry, Faulkner, 
Steward, McCullough. Third row: King, Cross, Burns, Taranenko, Webster, Marrs, Lindblom, Gibbs, Poulos, Purvis, Dr. Holman. Fourth 
row: Dean Fincher, Sumner, Guffin, Colley, Crook, Kelly, Sanford, Martin, Dorris, Hunter. 




ETA EPSILON is a club for all girls who ore interested in the field of home economics. First row, left to right: GoJl Pruett, Elaine Brooks, 
Kaye Kennamer, Myrno Carlisle, Carolyn Saxon. Second row. Betty Browder, Betty Dutton, Janette Young, Sue Tillman, Jane Dickson, 
Pot Champion, Barbara Nunn. Third row: Deonna Harrison, Lucy Borrow, Patricia Kelso, Ginger Gammill, Barbara Whatley, Blanche Waters, 
Sandra Jones, Martha Yates, Mrs. Funderburke. Fourth row: Peggy Sullivan, Carolyn Whitt, Eleanor Minor, Marionne Gilmer, Jane Baty, 
Sue looney, Betty Finley, Linda Cosper. 




FRENCH CLUB is an orgonizotion for students who are interested in French. First row, left to right: Elaine Burns, Mortha Rae Dobbins, 
Carolyn Wheeler, Nancy Nelson. Second row: Jane Brummett, Cecelia Smith, Kay Calfee, Judy Rice, Gail Lowery, Kay Jackson. Third row: 
Jim Davis, Louise Pen ton, Dianne Seymour, Catherine Gartseff, Martha Jo Cohoon, Dr. Hawley. 



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GERMAN CLUB is for students interested in German. First row, left to right: Mr. Jacobs, Joonnle Seever, Joanne Davis, Betty Brummett, 
Second row: Richard Cross, Kenneth Bush, Roderick Conrad, Gary Wolf skill. Third row; Raymond Speet, Jim Davis, Jock Beddow. 




KAPPA DELTA EPSILON is a National Honorary Fraternity for women students who are planing to enter the teaching profession. First 
row, left to right: Thompson, England, Burns, Kinden, Todd. Second row: McBroyer, Crawford, Fallin, Hayes, Hopper. Third row: Miss 
Forman, Seever, ParneM, Roebuck, Smith, Howell. Fourth row: Smith, Dean, Frlzelle, Sutherland, Nunn. 




KAPPA DELTA PI is o National Honorary Fraternity for students interested in the teaching profession. First row, left to right: Henderson, 
Seever, Follin, Hayes, England. Second row: Dr. Irons, Mrs. Wilder, Miss Forma n, Mrs. Van Gelder, Dr. Murray. Third row: Benton, 
Burkett, Hart, Hopper, Pornelt, James, Hill, Crawford, C. Howard. Fourth row: Pat Howard, Frizzelle, Dean, Lindon, Stewart, Brummett. 



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KAPPA ML) EPSILON is a National Honorary Fraternity for students of mathematics. First row, left to right: Mr, Chastain, Dr. Wheeler, 
Mae Lynn Todd, Curtis Hart, Shirley McGuff, Laura Weaver, Dr. Peeples. Second row: Fred Massey, Jerry Mooney, Henry Minshew, Mrs. 
Hudson, Barbara Money, Peggy Guff in, Howell Glenn, Mr, Morris, Linda Cos per, Azolla Osborne, Mr, Bishop, Jean Peacock,* Mrs. Yeoger, 
Jane Brummett, DeLIlo Daniel, 



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KAPPA PHI KAPPA is a National Education Fraternity for men who are interested in education and promotion of education principles 
on the college campus and the teaching profession. First row, left to right: Tommy McClendon, Gary Wolfskill, Roderick Conrad, Bob Temp- 
lin. Dr. Murray. Second row: Fred Stearns, Jimmy Glover, Lynn Whatley, Dr. John Carter. Third row; Jim Duggor, Joe Brewer, Lundy Clem- 
ents, Woody Adkinson. Fourth row: Dr. Garner, Dr. Stott, Dr. Bailey. 




KAPPA PI is the honorary art fraternity for students who are outstanding in the field of art. First row, left to right: Jim Stracener, Larry 
Tuck, Lee Sens, Judy Pruet. Second row: Mr. Charles Hand, Sandra Sonford, Mrs. Wilder, Peggy Belvins, Amy Self, Carol Howard. Third 
row; La Verne West, Charles FJte. 



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MASQUERS is an organization for studenfs who ore interested in dramatics and have earned sufficient points by working on backstage 
jobs and participating in the major and minor productions. First row, left to right: Mildred Nelson, Anne Gray, Linda Harris, Virginia 
Biddle, Nelda Chodwick. Second row: Charles Flte, Ned Russell, Den nis Hale, Lorry Armstrong, Don Ragsdale, Charles Sims, Mr, Moshburn. 




MATH CLUB Is an organization for students who hove a special inte rest and talent in the field of mathematics. First row, left to right: 
Audro Dyer, Martha Beckett, De Lila Daniel, Marie Henninger, Shirley McGuff, Linda Cosper, Jane Brummett. Second row: Mrs. Hudson, 
Mrs. Yeag^r, Laura Weaver, Howell Glenn, Mr. Morris, Peggy Guffin, Fred Massey. Third row: Orville Chandler, Lundy Clements, Senders 
Bishop, Virginia Lee Wilder, Arline Appling, Jean Peacock, Dr. Wheeler, Dr. Peeples. Fourth row: Jerry Seller, Jim Rhodes, Walter Merritt, 
James Cicero, David Sanders, R. C. Jordan, Pat Mahon. 




PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS CLUB is an organization for physical education majors and minors which meets once a month 
to discuss the principles involved in physical education and to have recreation together. First row, left to right: Jones, Finch, 
Qzley, Versprille, Wotkins, Reeves, Moebes. Second row: Bingham, Miss Alva lee Wi I lough by (club advisor), Kennedy, Col* 
vert, Pitts, Herring, Cline, Rice, Mitchell, Brewer, Green. Third row: Branum, Miller, HInnant, Mitchell, Barksdole, Harris, 
Hendricks, Royal, Hill, Head. Fourth row: Hare, Newsome, Jacobs, Armstrong, White, Storie, Killough, Fendley, Parker, Jack- 
son, Dean. 



President Lee Brewer 

1st Vice-President George Versprille 

2nd Vice-President Jimmy Norton" 

Secretary Grade Mitchell 

Treasurer Nancy James 

Reporter Norman Rice 

Club Advisor . Miss Avalee Willoughby 



SPEAKERS 

Mr. Charles Stapp — "Job Opportunities in 
the field of Health, Physical Education and 
Recreation" 

Miss Mabel Robinson — "Trip to Summer 
Olympics" 

Mr. Marion Leipich — "Safety Education" 

Mr. James Sherman — "Tennis" 

Coach Boby Bowden — "Football" 

Coach Virgil Ledbetter — "Baseball" 

Booky Raley, Ed O'Toole, Earl Mitchell — "Re- 
view of January issue of Journal of Health, 
Physical Education, and Recreation" 



ACTIVITIES 

1. Banquet honoring January and May grad- 
uating seniors in Club 

2. Christmas Social 

3. Placed second in Homecoming Parade 

4. Homecoming reception for former graduates 
in Physical Education 

5. Participated in Step-Sing 

6. Easter Egg Hunt for faculty children 

7. Bi-monthly club newsletter 

8. Cook-out 



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PHI ALPHA THETA is an honorary organization for students who ore majoring or mlnoring in history. First row, left to right: Katie Par- 
nell, Doris Stewart, Jo Ann Hamilton. Second row: Dr. Irons, Dr. Bailey, Don Ragsdale, Wayne Flynt. 




PHI CHI THETA is a national professional fraternity for women in business. First row^ left to right: Dorothy Hodges, Louann Smith, Kaye 
Kennamer, Diane Rasbury. Second row: Barbara Roebuck, Linda Brooks, Gail Nix, Sandra Byron. Third row: Janice Williams, Roselyn 
Harrison, Rebecca Adams, Kay Calfee. 




PHARMACY WIVES meet for ihe 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, 




PHI GAMMA ML) is the National Social Service honor society which seeks to improve scholarship In the social studies and to inspire social 
service by an intelligent approach to the solution of the social problems. First row: left to right: Geralene Howell, Barton Leaf, Janice 
Williams. Second row: Jo Ann Hamilton, Dr. George V. Irons. 

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PI DELTA 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. First row, left to right: Cecelia Smith, Bo r bora What ley, Martha Beckett, 
Martha Roe Dobbins. Second row: Katie Pornell, Pat Howard, Sarah Walters, Jane Brummett. Third row: Margie Anderson, Anne Reese, 
Claude Mi 1 1 icon. Dr. Howley. 




SPANISH CLUB 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." First row, left to right: O'Borr, Wilson, Whaley, Garcia, McKinstry, 
Hixon, Wills, Kennedy. Second row; Frizelle, Hairston, Neoly, Weeks, Greene, Mothis, Stearns, Stone, Brook. Third row: V/ebster, Huntoon, 
Johnson, Pierce, Hand, Moseley, Hale, White, McGuire, Bruner, Gibson, Harris, Goggans, Daniel. Fourth row: Griswold. 




S.N.E.A. is an organization for students who are preparing themselves to be teachers. First row, left to right: Joan Hymel, Mary Ann 
Robinson, Betty Sentell, Carolyn Thomas, Martha Sutherland, Barbara Keeling, Martha Marsh, Faith Fussell. Second row: Nora Huntoon, 
Katie Parnell, Jim George, Dot Crawford, Joe Brewer, Mary Grace Barns, Dr. Carter, Jeonie Turner. Third row: Jan Harris, Joy Colbert, 
Pat Howard, Linda Howard, Billy Sue Turner, Judy Carroll, Jo Ann Hamilton, Phyllis Lett, Olivia Bruner, Gloria Willis, Martha Jo Cahoon. 
Fourth row; Ann Ruble, Martha Miller, Nancy Gibson, Gail Webster, Diane Seymour, Barbara Nunn, Mae Lynn Todd, Jimmy Glover, Tommy 
McClendon, Woody Atkinson. 




THETA ALPHA PHI is a national honorary dramatics fraternity for students who express on active interest and participate in theatrical 
productions. Left to right: Charles Stms, Anne Gray, Ned Russell, Virginia BIddle, Mr. Moshburn. 



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SIGMA TAU DELTA is on orgontzaMon for students who ore outstanding scholostically in the field of the English longuage ond literature. 
First row, left to right: Tom Hart, Dot Crawford, Caroline England, Mabel Gibbons, Don Rogsdole, Carol Harris, Margie Anderson. Second 
row: Katie Parnell, Betty Ruth Stone, Patricia Bell, Judith Morris, Ann Reese, Mr. Mitchell, Francis Camp, Third row: Joanie Seever, Mrs. 
Hill, Sue Moyson, Norma Little, Linda FIncher, Joy Colbert, Bob Powell, Bill Meeks. 




USHER'S CLUB is an organization for students who hove a keen interest in the fine arts ond usher at the concerts, opera and ballets 
for the city of Birmingham. First row, left to right: Gibbons, Scott, Gammill, Hymel, Dixon, Garcia, West, Robinson. Second row: Gould, 
Stearns, Dutton, Hopper, Nealy, Colfee, Harrison, Webster, Marsh. Third row: Parnell, Fincher, Howard, Self, Macon, Keeling, Latham, 
Thompson. Fourth row: Dunlap, Hearn, Penton, Hand, Martin, Smith, Colbert, Tidwell. 



PHARMACY 







AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION is an organization for pharmacy students whose aim is to promote the interest of pharmacy 
and stimulate student interest in the profession. 



A. Ph. A. officers who led the largest 
campus organization for the year were: 
Dan Gore, vice-president; Steve Toner, 
treasurer; Mildred Holly ha n, secretary; 
end Charles McCollum, president. 




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LAMBDA KAPPA SIGMA is an organization for women students who ore majoring in pharmacy and who hove a high scholastic average. 
First row, left to right: Mrs, Norton, Schilleci, Hollyhon, Metts, Mullendore. Second row: Buchanan, Ferguson, Beard, Fetters, Matthews. 
Third row: Harlan, Hodglns, Lacey, McGregor, Swindoll. 




RHO CHI is the highest honor society for pharmacy students. Members are selected on the basis of scholarship, character, and leadership. 
First row, left to right: Mr. Robinette, Rumore, Copra, F. O. Richardson, Letson. 

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ACTIVITIES — First row: David McCutchen, Tom McDougal, Don Campbell, Bill Padgett, Charles McCollum, Robert Tallent, Larry Richmond. 
Second row: Carl Elliot, Bob Alexander, Dan Gore, Bill Hatfield, Hoyt Oliver, Steve Toner. Third row: Wilson Daniel, Leroy Alrheart, 
Jimmy Leonard, Joel McKinley, James Jackson, George Bray, Robert Eubanks, Avery Biggs, Ken Jacobs. Fourth row: John McCarty, Robert 
Kelley, Sidney Armstead^ Raybon Johnson, Ray Butler, Jack Arnold, Jerry Downing, Lewis Letson. 




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Kappa Psi encouraged at- 
tendance to the A. Ph. A. 
meetings by serving coffee 
and donuts. 






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In January Koppa Psi presented a guest book to the Pharmacy 
Division to be a permanent register of visitors. Dr. Woodrov/ 
Byrum, head of the division, receives the book from Bob Alex- 
ander, Dan Gore, ond Bill Hatfield. 




During April Mr. Joe Black, president of Birmingham Retail 
Druggists Association, received Koppa Psi co-operation on help- 
ing solicit funds for the Cancer Drive. President Don Gore 
presents Mr. Black with the total receipts gathered by Kappa 
Psi members. 




PLEDGES — First row: James Howard, David Watson, Keneth Dove, Julian Reed, Lamor Vaughn, Bob Summerlin. Seated; Jack King, George 
Johnson, Wilford Patterson, Don Lasseter, Robert Love. Back row: Charles Coleman, Jack Miller, Paul Ray, John F. Houston, Gary Holland, 
and Bernard Moore. 




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PHI DELTA CHI — First row: Gorry Thomos, Keith Wilson, Reeder Kimbrough, Ed Tote, John Champ, Charles Butler, Charles Varni, Merrill 
Crowe, Harold Bettis, Howard Moore. Second row: F. O. Richardson, Ronnie Payne, Joel Leigh, Cliff Files, Bill Brown, James Walker, 
Dick Griner. Third row: George Dawson, Clyde Freeman, Lionel Epps, Cecil Vincent, Richard Lee, Curtis Florence, Don Hogan, Mickey 
Nelson, Lyndell Brewis, George Payne, Don Maise. Fourth row: Tom Edminster, Steve Terrell, Burt Nichols, Charles Bishop, James Barton, 
Henry Fletcher, A. J. Rumore, Jerry Arnold, Bob Payne, James Hudson, Wheeler Foshee. 



OFFICERS are: First row: Cliff 
Files, president-elect; Bill Brown, 
president; F. O. Richardson, vice- 
president; Joel Leigh, vice-presi- 
dent elect; Second row: Dick 
Griner, secretory; Ronnie Payne, 
treasurer; James Walker, serg- 
eant-at-arms; and Steve Terrell, 
historian. 




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RELIGION 



BAPTIST STUDEN 





EXECUTIVE COUNCIL is made up of the heads of the B.S.U. organizations plus the publicity, music, and social chairmen. First row, 
to right: Goerner, Davis, Thomas, Sentell, Copnell, Prewett. Second row: Seever, Henderson, Neoly, Harris, Durrett, Hester, Third 
Powell, Kelly, Dean, Armstrong, Pate, "Crook. 



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AGAPE is an organization for students who are interested in becoming 
missionories and mission related professions. First row, left to right: 
Julia Gates, Area Secretary, Audra Dyer, Area Secretary, Mary Ken- 
nedy, Publicity Chairman. Second row: Lamar Duncan, Area Secre- 
tary, Gary Wolfskill, Vice Pres.,, Sue Mason, Program Chairman, James 
Kelly, President. 




MISSION BAND is an organization for all students who are interested 
in local missions. First row: Linda Gail Herring, Secretary-treasurer; 
Linda Neoiy, Mission Chairman. Second row: Tommy McLendon, Mission 
Chairman; David Prewett, President; Tommy Sorrel Is, Vice-President. 



YOUNG WOMEN'S AUXILIARY is an organ- 
ization for all young women who are in- 
terested in missions and Christian principles. 
Left to right: Sarah Mathls, Vice-President; 
Cecelia Smith, Community Missions; Jean 
Mash, Secretary-Treasurer; Patricia Howard, 
Literature; Mary Nell Calvert, Program; 
Martha Beckett, Social; Martha Henderson, 
President. 




JNION 



BROTHERHOOD is a religious organization for all men who are In- 
terested in promoting Christian ideals among the mole students. Sitting, 
left to right: Bobby Flowers, Progrom Chairman; Roderick Conrad, 
Secretary; and Gary Wo If skill. Treasurer. Standing: Joe Dean, Presi- 
dent; Ed Reaves, Executive Vice-President; Jock Snell, Membership 
Vice-President; Arthur Duke, Publicity Chairman. 




WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN VOCATION ASSO- 
CIATION is the newest organization in the 
BSD at Howard. With new ideas and goals 
in mind, this organization has many worth- 
while functions on campus. Left to right: 
June Vinson, Jean Mash, Patricia Howard, 
Elaine Shadrick, Linda Neoly, Patty Roork. 




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MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION is an organization composed of students who plan to enter the fields of Religious Education, Ministry, or the 
Ministry of Music. First row, left to right: Pyle, Pemberton, Trimm, Roper, Beasley, Simmons. Second row: Parker, Bradley, Harper, Bennett, 
Castleberry, Harris, Haslam. Third row; Ousley, Templin, Henley, Sorrells, Burroughs, Cruce, Folkes, Finklea. Fourth row; Dyar, Smith, Espy, 
Arnold, Morrison, Williams, Callaway, Carpenter. Fifth row: Strain, Cruce, Davis, Duke, Cohorn, Church, Glenn, Holbrooks. Sixth row: Wood- 
all. Cox, Crlder, McCombs, Jackson, Yarbrough. 









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RELIGIOUS DRAMA GUILD is an organization for students who are interested in drama and working to promote Christianity through 
dramatics. Left to right: Verbon Holltday, Laura Weaver, Larry Armstrong, Cecelia Smith, Sara Hayes. 



SERVICE 

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ALPHA PHI OMEGA is a notional service fraternity for men who have been members of the Boy Scouts of America. Their purpose is 
to promote leadership and fellowship. First row, left to right: Wolfskill, Davis, Moyer, Lawrence, Snell, Avery, Conrad. Second row: Cosh, 
Cook, Field, Edwards, Corley, Sizemore, Forr, Burns. Third row: Glover, Morton, Reed, Parker, Roundtree. Fourth row: Sanders, Duncan, 
Honna, Jackson. Fifth row: Armstrong, McMurtrie, Bush, Christmas, Groves. Sixth row: Mr. Clark, Logon, White, Eanes, Holly, Bryant. 



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CIRCLE K is a service organization affiliated witin the notional Kiwanis Club. First row, left to right: Anita Funderborke, Louro Weaver, 
Larry Richmond, Johnny Lee, Woody Shaw, Jim Sumners. Second row: David McCutchen, Lynn Whatley, Don Lee, Mike Bradley, J.mmy 
Woites, Charlie Smith, Jack Miller, Reeder Kimbrough. 




CiVIORUM is a service organization for women students who live off campus and ore interested in knowing the other town students a 
in serving the campus. First row, left to right: Mrs. Hill, Nancy Tucker, Margie Anderson, Judy Reeves, Martha Thompson, Sandra Bynon 



Second row: Kay Calfee, Gail Reaves, Sue Looney, Eleanor Minor, Sue Thockery, Helen Johnston, Mobry Robinson, Corolyn Wheeler, Anita 
Horton, Kay Jackson, Joyce Zochery. Third row: Judy Rice, Edwina Code, Louise Powell, Gan l •-.• . 'oura Weaver, Harold, ne John- 
son, Virginia Johnston. 




NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF MUSIC EDUCATORS is open to majors in music education to afford students opportunity for professional orien- 
tation while still in college. Left to right: Cannon, Martinson, W. Henderson, M. Henderson, Whatley, Tindol, Cote, Mills, Bush, Waldrep, 
Glover, Russell, and Harwell. 




SIGMA DELTA PI is an honorary organization for Spanish students who are interested in learning more about the customs and practices 
of Spanish people. First row, left to right: Virginia Biddle, Vice President; Myralyn Frizzelle, President; Jordan Hoirston, Secretary; Mrs. 
Weeks. Second row: Mike Bradley, Rhonda Dean, Wade Mahike, Fred Stearns, Betty Ruth Stone, Martha West, Barbara Yates. 



WHO'S WHO 



MARCIA AULD — senior in educa- 
tion from Birmingham; Student Na- 
tional Education Association, Mission 
Band, CRIMSON, B.S.U. Greater 
Council. 

LEON LYNWARD BEDSOLE— senior 
music from Abbeville; Omicron 
Delta Koppo, Baptist Student Union. 




RONALD JOE BREWER — senior 
social studies from Double Springs; 
Vice-President of S.G.A., Sigma Nu, 
Kappa Pfii Kappa, Kappa Kappa Psi, 
Student National Education Associa- 
tion, Band, Masquers, Circle K. 

JOHN BAILEY BUSH — senior in 
music from Hueytown; President of 
A Cappella Choir, B.S.U. Choir. 





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NELDA JOAN CHADWICK — senior 
in speech and dramatics from Birm- 
ingham,- Alpha Delta Pi, Tau Kappa 
Alpha, Student Dean, Panhellenic, 
Debate Team. 

THOMAS LUNDY CLEMENTS — 
senior in math from Fairfield; Presi- 
dent of Sigma Nu, Math Club. 



DOROTHY ELIZABETH CRAWFORD 
— senior in English from Memphis; 
Hypatia, Sigma Tau Delta, Kappa 
Delta Epsilon, B.S.U. Choir, Student 
National Education Association, 
Women's Christian Vocation Asso- 
ciation. 

JAMES F. CRAWFORD — senior in 
business administration from Abbe- 
ville; President of Delta Sigma Phi, 
H-Club, Brotherhood. 





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ROBERT F. CRIDER — junior in re- 
ligion from Birmingham; Senate, 
B.S.U., Ministerial Association, Dorm 
Court. 

WILLIAM ARNOLD EPLEY — senior 
in music education from Gadsden; 
Drum Major, President of Band, Kap- 
pa Kappa Psi, President of A Chap- 
pella Choir, Opera Workshop, 
B.S.U. Choir, Senate, Student Con- 
ductor. 



BETTY JEAN FALLIN — senior in 
education from Birmingham,- Kappa 
Delta Epsilon, A.C.E., Civiorum, Hy- 
patio, A.W.S. 

J. WAYNE FLYNT — senior in his- 
tory from Anniston; Trident, Omicron 
Delta Kappa, Circle "O", Debate 
Team, President of S.G.A. 




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MITZI GOERNER — senior in human 
relations from Richmond, Virginia; 
H y p a t i a, B.S.U. Council, B.S.U. 
Choir, Senate, Mission Band, Cheer- 
leader. 

JULIA ALICE GRANADE — senior in 
English from Greenville; President of 
Alpha Delta Pi, Young Women's 
Auxiliary, Tau Beta Sigma, Panhel- 
lenic. 



WILLIAM ROBERT HORNBUCKLE — 
senior in music education, member 
of O.D.K., B.S.U. Choir, Band, Men's 
Chorus, Circle Omicron. 

HELEN LILY HUNTLEY — senior in 
music education, member of Young 
Women's Auxiliary, Baptist Student 
Union, Beta Sigma Service Guild, 
Band. 




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GAIL LOUISE HYLE — senior in 
speech and English; member of 
Women's Dorm Council, Student 
Senate, CRIMSON staff, E N T R E 
NOUS Staff, Student NEA, Religious 
Drama Guild, Cheerleader, Student 
Dean, 1960 Homecoming Queen. 

BURTON L. JONES — senior in 
Music Education; B.S.U. Choir Stu- 
dent Counselor, Class officer. 



BARBARA MONEY— senior in math; 
member of Young Women's Auxil- 
iary, Agape, Mission Band, Spanish 
Club, Hypatia. 

MILDRED LOUISE NELSON — junior 
in speech; member of Delta Zeta, 
Religious Drama Guild, Masquers, 
Young Women's Auxiliary. 










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ANN GAYLIA O'BARR — senior in 
iournalism; member of CRIMSON 
Staff, ENTRE NOUS Staff, Hypatia, 
Alpha Lambda Delta, Religious 
Drama Guild, Ushers Club. 

ROBERT Z. POWELL — senior in 
English; President, B.S.U. Choir, 
Head Resident of Men's Dorm, Band, 
CRIMSON, O.D.K., President Junior 
Class, B.S.U. 



JAMES DONALD RAGSDALE — 
senior in speech; member of Minist- 
erial Association, Debate Team, Al- 
pha Phi Omega, Omicron Delta 
Kappa, Tau Kappa Alpha, Student 
Senate. 



GEORGE .BOOKY> RALEY — senior 
in physical education,- member of 
Pi Kappa Alpha, l-l-Club, Gravel 
Club. 

JAMES L, READING, II — senior in 
social studies; member of Kappa Ph 
Kappa, Alpha Phi Omega, B.S.U. 




BENNY MAURICE RUSSELL — senior 
in music; member of Sigma Nu, A 
Cappella Choir, Brotherhood. 



BENNIE BRYCE STORIE — junior in 
physical education; member of Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa, H-Club, Little All 
American. 

MARTHA Z. SUTHERLAND — senior 
in elementary education; member of 
Hypatia, Delta Omicron Service 
Guild, Young Women's Auxiliary, 
Kappa Delta Epsilon. 

CAROLYN THOMAS — senior in 
elementary education; member of 
student NEA, Student Senate, Miss 
Howard of 1959. 



GREEKS 





INTER-FRATENITY COUNCIL is an organization composed 
of two representatives from each of the fraternities on 
the campus. Bottom to top ore Evan Veal, Ben Bailey, Pat 
Solamone, Hank Moyer, Kenneth Dove, and Adviser, Lindy 
H. Martin. 



GREEK GOD AND GODDESS are elected each year during 
GREEK WEEK. Sharing honors this year are Miss Sara Hayes 
and Mr. Ray bo n Willlngham. 



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PAN-HELLENIC is an organization made up of two active representatives from each sorority that helps to plan the sororities' 
activities. First row, left to right: Marie Solomone, Neldo Chadwick, Grethel Gardner, Elaine Brooks. Second row: Jo Anne 
Elliott, Molly Hodges, Rhonda Dean, Kaye Kennamer, 




JUNIOR PAN-HELLENiC is made up of representatives from the pledge classes of each sorority. First row, left to right: Jean 
Brown, Betty Dutton, Margaret Bland, Linda Neoly. 

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Kappa King, Norman Rice and President, Julia Alice Granade. 



Kappa chapter of Alpha Delta PI began the year 
by pledging 21 girls in the fall. Many awards have 
come to our girls including Alternate Miss Homecom- 
ing, Julia Alice Granade; Miss Entre Nous, Janette 
Young, Best Dressed in Evening Wear, Harriet Marrs; 
and Miss Congeniality, Martha Sutherland. 

Pledge-class sweethearts were Nancy Sitz, PiKA; 
and "Buttons" Clark, Sigma Nu. Pat Kelso was chosen 
as "Dream Girl" of PiKA and Anne Gray "Dream Girl" 
of Delta Sigma Phi. Sara Hayes, selected as White 
Rose Girl of Sigma Nu was also elected as Greek 
Goddess for 1961. 

At all sporting events were majorettes Genie Wilson 
and Jeanie Turner along with Sara Hayes and Janette 
Young as cheerleaders. 

Singing in the A Coppella Choir were Jordan 
Hariston, Janet Bishop and Robbie Tarrant. These 
girls led us to First Place in Step Sing. 

Off campus Nelda Chadwick was chosen as Alter- 
nate Alabama Maid of Cotton. 

Outstanding debaters on the varsity squad were 
Nelda Chadwick and Helen Johnston. 



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Gail McGourk receives trophy for the organization most 
actively participating in H-Day activities. 



"Smiling sisters" Harriet Marrs, Martha Sutherland and 
Miss Entre Nous, Janette Young. 




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Bentley 
Bishop 
Boynton 
Brooks. C. 
Brooks, J. 
Brummett 



Bullock 

Burns 

Carter 

Chodwick 

Clark 

Cook 



Dean, L. 

Dean, R. 

Dunn 

Garner 

Gibbs 

Green 



Granade 

Gray 

Hariston 

Harrison 

Hayes 

Head 



Hill 

Johnson 

Kelso 

Kerr 

Lambert 

Lane 



Marrs 
Miller 
McGourk 
Mcpherson, A. 
Mcpherson, P. 
Moon 



Nelson 
Parker 
Pate 
Patillo 
Phillips, J. 
Phillips, L. 



SItz 

Tarrant 
Sutherland 
Wells 
Wininger 



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Elected for the second year as Beta Beau Ned Russell holds his 
prized trophy. 



Beta Beta chapter of Beta Sigma Omicron began 
the year by pledging fifteen girls in the fall. "Bowl 
'em Over" won second place in the Homecoming dec- 
orations and we also placed second in Sigma Nu 
Events. Ricky Harvey was named alternate Sigma Nu 
Queen and also alternate in the Cutest Pledge com- 
petition. 

Anne Bowles was a finalist in Miss Homecoming 
contest and listed in Who's Who. Betty Jo Turritin 
was named as Crescent Girl of Lambda Chi Alpha 
and Deeanne Kirby was selected as Sigma Nu pledge 
sweetheart. 

Stunt brought first place honors to the sorority for 
their version of the "Night Before Finals." 

Founder's Day banquet was held at the Roma 
Country Club where Marirene Garcia received the 
Marguerite Pence trophy for her outstanding work 
as a pledge. 

The Pink-Lady, Beta-Beau banquet was held at the 
Club where Bob McKenzie and Ned Russell received 
trophies for being chosen pledge class sweetheart and 
Beta Beau. 

Myralyn Frizzelle received the Pink Lady award 
for the most outstanding Beta girl and the Lois Mitchell 
Pin went to Molly Hodges. 

Molly Hodges was a finalist' in the Miss Friendship 
contest and was named alternate Miss Howard. 



beta stigma omicron 



"Bowl 'em Over" brought the Beta Sigs second place in 
Homecoming decorations. 



Pledge-class Sweetheart Bob McKenzie and Pledge Presi- 
dent Margaret Blond. 




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Beard 

Bledsoe 

Bowie 

Clements 

Como 



Courtney 

Ellington 

Farmer 

Frizzelle 

Garcia 



Griffith 

Hommett 

Harris 

Harvey 

Hodges 



Ketcham 

Kirby 

Kite 

Nealy 

Machen 



Molay 
McGrody 
Penley 
Roy burn 
Rudder 



Salamone 

Schuermeyer 

Tankersley 

Templin 

Turritin 

Waiters 



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Kiss of congratulations goes to Evan Veal new DZ Man from 
Kaye Kennamer, President. 



Alpha Pi chapter of Delta Zeta began a very suc- 
cessful year by pledging 21 girls. We come off the 
bat and won first place in Sigma Nu Events and Gail 
Pruett brought the trophy for Queen of the Day. 

Mildred Nelson was named as H-Club Sweetheart 
and elected alternate Miss Entre Nous. She also 
captured the title of Howard's Best Dressed Coed. 
Jo Anne Elliott was named as Morgan County's Maid 
of Cotton and the new President of Pan-Hellenic. 
Judy Meshod was named as a Pike Orchid Girl. 

Lucy Barrow was elected to serve as a Senator from 
the Junior Class and Jane Gilmer was treasurer of 
the Freshman Class. 

Suellen Rearden was named pledge-class sweet- 
heart of Lambda Chi Alpha and Becky Owens pledge 
sweetheart of Pi Kappa Alpha. 

Louanne Smith was elected President of Phi Chi 
Theto and Carolyn Kendrick will edit the Entre Nous 
next year. Linda Harris will serve as president of Pi 
Delta Phi, French honorary and was chosen as Best 
Actress in the annual Workshop Ploys. 

Sandra Martin and Carolyn Farris were tapped 
into Alpha Lambda Delta. Linda Harris, Judy Meshod 
and Charlene Schilleci were tapped into Hypotio, 
highest honorary for women at Howard. Charlene was 
also tapped into Rho Chi highest pharmaceutical 
fraternity in the nation. 

Jim Colley of Sigma Nu won the D.Z. Mr. Talent 
Contest. The money will go to purchase a pew in the 
chapel in honor of Mr. E. E. Cox of Troy Children's 
Home. 



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DZ's brought home both top awards at the second 
annua! Sigma Nu Events Day. Gail Pruett was named 
Queen of the activities. 



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Allen 

Appling, A. 
Appling, E. 
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Barrow 



Brooks 

Calloway 

Carlisle 

Carr 

Davis 

Elliott 



Gibbs 

Gilbert 

Gilmer 

Goodwin 

Harris 

Henson 



Hood 

Hunt 

Jackson 

Kahre 

Kendrick 

Kennamer 



Keowon 

Key 

Martin 

Meshad 

Nelson 

Owens 



O'Brien 

Pitts 

Pruett 

Rearden 

Schilleci 

Simpson 



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Alpha Gamma chapter of Phi Mu had an exciting 
year. We received first place in the Homecoming 
decorations competition and second place in Step 
Sing. Phi Mu was on top grade-wise and received the 
Scholarship Cup which is presented to the sorority 
with the highest scholastic average. 

In the Youth Polio Drive we were rewarded for 
having the largest percentage of our members partici- 
pating. 

Barbara Yarbrough was chosen pledge-class sweet- 
heart of Delta Sigma Phi, and then received the title 
of Cutest Pledge on the campus. Elaine Brooks, who 
served as President of Women's Residence Hall, was 
chosen as an Honorary Councilor in the Men's Dorm. 
Elaine Brooks also captured the title of Miss- Friend- 
ship and was a finalist in the Miss Howard and Best 
Dressed Coed competitions. 

Carol Long, a majorette with the Howard Band, was 
named new Head Majorette. Judy Kincaid was 
named to the Service Guild. 

In February the pledges entertained with a lovely 
faculty tea. Lindal Fletcher had the lead in the 
play R.U.R. and Grethel Gardner directed one of 
the Workshop Plays. 

The year came to an end with a picnic for all 
graduating seniors. 



Alpha Gamma Guy, Lundy Clements gets his lapel flower adjusted 
by President, Elaine Brooks. 



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"Choctaw Chow" won first place in the Homecoming 
decorations. 



Boutonniere Boy Jack Hare receives congratulations and 
a trophy from pledge president Betty Dutton. 



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Blake 
Brooks 
Brown, M. 
Brown, J. 
Burns 



Colbert 

Dutton 

Fincher 

Fletcher 

Gardner 

Gammill 



Gibson 

Cranberry 

Harper 

Hodges 

Jones 

Kincaid 



Knight 

Long 

Miller 

Moak 

McBrayer 

McConnell 



McRae 

Peterson 

Pruet 

Reding 

Robison 

Self 



Seymour 
Steward 
Stewart 
Vick 

Yarbrough 



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Beta Chi of Delta Sigma Plii began their fraternal 
year by pledging twelve new men. 

In October the Delta Sigs had several parties, 
among which was their all night escapade decoration 
for homecoming party. 

The Delta Sig Pledge Sweetheart, Barbara Yar- 
brough, represented the pledges very well by being 
elected Cutest Sorority Pledge. Frank Porter added to 
the fraternity's honors by writing the winning skit 
for the Delta Sigs for Greek Stunt Night. 

The month of December brought the 61st anniver- 
sary of Delta Sigma Phi. At the annual Founder's Day 
Banquet the actives and pledges were honored to 
have outstanding alumnus Robert Beddow as their 
guest. Individual awards presented at this occasion 
were Most Outstanding Active Ingram Gomillion, and 
Most Outstanding Pledge Winston Stuart. 

Ingram Gomillion served as President of I. F. C. 
for the first semester, and Pat Salamone served sec- 
ond semester as treasurer. Charles McCollum was a 
finalist in the Mr. Friendship contest. 

The year was climaxed with the annual houseparty 
at Panama City, Florida, with Mr. and Mrs. George 
Smith as chaperones. 



Delta SIg 
Gomitlion, 



officers fo 
Secretary 



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Ned Siminton, and Treasurer Fred Langston. 



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Brown 

Bruton 

Cameron 
Crawford, J. 



Crawford, L. 

Creel 

Fields 

Gomillion 

Greenway 



Hickman 

Hopson 

Hoven 

Kirke 

Maxey 



Mifchell 

Moore 

Myers 

McCollough 

Porter 



Purvis 

Salamone 

SimonJon 

Stewa rt 

Vorni 

Wallace 



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President Hank Moyer ably leads the Lambda Chi's with the help 
of Bob Zeneoh, Jimmy Davidson, Bill Beavers, Lynn Davis, Kenneth 
Dove, and James Sawyer. 



"So close but a thousand miles away." Yes, this 
could be a good summary of what this year has been 
for the men of Lamba Chi Alpha. 

Many setbacks were in store this year for the Lamb- 
da Chi's. We sat back and watched the Sigma Nu's 
be the lovers and brains, the Pikes be the athletes, 
and the Delta Sigs just be here. 

We were robbed several times this year. The most 
notable being when our Homecoming display was 
judged "professional." Someone also robbed us of 
our pup-tent which we were using for a fraternity 
house. 

Bill Beavers served as President the first semester 
with the highlights being the Homecoming Banquet 
and the Annual Christmas Party.' Hank Moyer took 
over the reins second semester and the highlights were 
the joint Founder's Day celebration with B. S. C. 
Lambda Chi's and the presentation of the new Cres- 
cent Girl, and the annual houseparty held in Panama 
City, Florida. 

John Norman was honored as Outstanding Pledge, 
Hank Moyer as Outstanding Active, and Bill Beavers 
as Outstanding Senior. 



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Lambda Chi's adopt Indian theme for Homecoming. 



Harriet Marrs names successor, Betty Jo Turrit in. 



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Adams 

Bailey 

Banker 

Beavers 

Bingham 



Burton 
Davis 
Davidson 
Dove 

Flowers 






Henderson 

Kelley 

Moyer 

Myrick 

McCroy 




McCutchen 

Norman 

Papadenis 

Petty 

Rylond 




Sawyer 

Strong 

Sumner 

Waggoner 

Zennah 



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Pike officers include Guy Marlowe, Cfiorles Holley, Bill Hill, Robert 
Brooks and Cfiorles Seier. 



Alpha Pi Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha began its 
50th successful year at Howard by pledging 21 men 
in the fall rush. In the Homecoming celebration the 
Pikes won first place in homecoming decorations. 
During Homecoming the Pikes were honored by having 
as their guest Coach Eddie McClane, on alumnus of 
Alpha Pi. 

The Pikes proved to be the winning team in in- 
tramural sports by winning first place in football, 
basketball, and volleyball. Joe Milozzo, varsity 
quarterback, was elected to the Pike All American 
Team. Jimmy Norton served the football team as 
Captain and six other Alpha Pi men received varsity 
football letters. 

Individual Alpha Pi men to make their mark on 
campus were Raybon Willingham as the Greek God 
and the new Veep of S. G. A., Guy Marlowe was 
elected President of Kappa Phi Koppo, and Tony 
Cooper and Gregory Eones were elected representa- 
tives to the Student Government Association. 

Social highlights of the year included Founder's 
Day Banquet in March and the annual pledge party. 



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Pikes win Firsf Place in Homecoming Decorations. 



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Arnold 

Boilcy 

Barfield 

Blackburn 

Bowker 



Brooks 

Bynum 

Cochron 

Ditlord 

Eone^ 

Forr 



Formby 
Frost 

Hambrice 
Mill 

Holley, C. 
Holley, W. 



Muggins 

King 
Kine • 
LaGrove 
Logan 
Ledbetter, R. 



Ledbetter, R. 
Marlowe 

Martin 
Methvin 
Milozzo 
McAllister 



Norton 

Penley 

Pesnell 

Raley 

Reagan 

Reese, L. 



Reese/ S. 
Roundtree 

Seier 

Shumaker, A. 
Shumoker, J. 
Trammwell 



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Sigma Nu officers include Bill McNeal, Roland Smith, Haywood Lay- 
fayette Adkinson, Joe Brewer, and Lundy Clements. 



Iota of Sigma Nu began a very successful fraternity 
year by sponsoring the second annual SIGMA NU 
EVENTS. Again this year there was very much in- 
terest shown by the campus sororities. 

The Sigma Nu's proved their excellence in scholar- 
ship by retiring the Inter-fraternity Scholarship trophy. 
Too, the Omicron Delta Kappa Scholarship Cup went 
to the Sigma Nu fraternity. 

The Men of Iota rated first class among the sorori- 
ties. The Phi Mu's chose Lundy Clements as their 
Alpha Gramma Guy and Jock Hare as their pledge 
sweetheart. Beta Sigma Omicron selected Ned Russel 
for their Beta Beau and the pledges selected Bob Mc- 
Kenzie as their favorite male. Alpha Delta Pi honored 
Norman Rice by naming him Kappa King and equally 
honored by the Delta Zetas was Evan Veal by being 
named D Z Man. Mike Drake and Mason Dollar were 
elected Cutest and Alternate Cutest Pledge by the 
sororities respectively. 

Lundy Clements served Kappa Phi Kappa as Presi- 
dent, Joe Brewer served as Vice President of the 
S. G. A. and Omicron Delta Kappa, and Bob Mc- 
Kenzie served as Vice President of the Freshman Class. 

Joe Brewer, Lundy Clements, and Bennie Russell 
were elected to Who's Who Among Students in 
American Colleges and Universities. Jim Colley was 
selected DZ's MR. TALENT. Sigma Nu was repre- 
sented in every varsity sport by capable Iota men. 



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Odell congratulates Pledge Sweetheart Dee Anno Kirby 



Sweetheart Miss Sara Hayes 




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Allgood 

Bcightol 

Bishop 

Brewer 

Camp 



Clements 

Colley 

Cross 

Dollar 

Drake 

Fitchner 



Fife 

George 

Gustin 

Hare 

Hill 

Howell 



Ivey 

Johnson 

Layton 

Love 

Meredith 

Merritt 



Moebes 

Morrell 

McCoy 

McDougoJ 

McKinley 

McNeal 



Nation 

Ozley 

Rasco 

Rice 

Rhodes 

Russell 



Smith 

Still 

Tate 

Vandigrifft 

Veal 

Wear 



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Delta Sigma Phi DREAM GIRL is Miss Anne Gray. She 
is from Birmingham, Ala., a junior speech major and 
an Alpha Delta Pi. 




PI Kappa Alpha DREAM GIRL Miss Patricio Kelso, Alpha 
Delta Pi is a junior from Birmingham, Ala., majoring 
in Home Economics. 



Sigma Nu SWEETHEART Is Miss Sara Hayes from Dotha 
Ala. A speech major, she is an Alpha Delta PI. 



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Lombda Chi Alpha CRESCENT GIRL Miss Betty Jo Tur- 
ritin. Beta Sigma Omlcron, Is a freshman religion mojor 
from Mobile, Ala. 



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THE BULLDOGS OF 1960 

Front row, left to right: Student coach Ed O'Toole, Odell Ozley, Robert Whatley, George Roley, Johny Shoemaker, Joe Milazzo, Bobby 
Jackson, Jerry Partridge, Huelan Hill, Julius Head, Don Wiglnton, Bennie Storie, and George Versprille. Second row: Head coach Bobby 
Bowden, Charlie Maples, Jerry Phoro, Brooks Barfleld, Tom Borksdole, Buddy Bozeman, Carl Shepherd, Jon Gustin, Wayne Holley, Don Coleman, 
Jim Norton, Bonwell Royal, Murphy Parker, and Charles Hendricks. Third row: Assistant coach Virgil Ledbetter, James Hallman, Jim Craw- 
ford, Harry Hitchcock, Jim Beotty, J. F. Armstrong, Preston Nix, Richard Flndley, Ed Hinnant, Bobby Short, Billy Hurst, Jim Thompson, Bob 
Loirsey, Joe Gladden, Charles Jacobs, and Garland Jones. 




GRID SCORES OF 1960 



Howard 


14 


Maryville 





Howard 


56 


Sewanee 





Howard 


41 


Georgetown 





Howard 


20 


Miss. College 


24 


Howard 


42 


Mlllsaps 





Howard 


28 


Delta State 


14 


Howard 


22 


Livingston 


6 


Howard 


26 


Southwestern 





Howard 


48 


Troy State 


14 



Assistant Coach Virgil Ledbetter and Head Coach Bobby Bowden 
check schedule. 



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Howard fans brave 'the rain io cheer the Bulldogs to victory in the first gome of the season. The cheerleaders, in rain soaked attire, keep 
the crowd's spirit high throughout the game. 



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DOGS POP SCOTS 
IN RAIN, 14-0 

The Howard College Bulldogs sloshed, splattered, and 
swam themselves to a 14-0 victory over the Maryville Scot- 
ties in their first game of the season which was at home. 

In the first half the teams had fought to a 0-0 tie. 

Maryville was forced to punt on their own 19 yard line 
midway in the third quarter and George Versprille returned 
the punt to the Scotties' 30. 

Versprille, Billy Hurst, and Bobby Jackson hauled the ball 
to the three where Joe Milazzo ran it over on a keeper. 
Milazzo swept around right end for the conversion and 
the score was 8-0. 

The other touchdown came in the fourth quarter and 
was set up when Johny Shoemaker recovered a fumble on 
the 35 yard stripe of Maryville. 

Four plays later Milazzo pitched Bob Loirsey a 6 yard 
pass and the extra point failed. 



Guard Bonwell Royal (63) tackles Maryville College ball carrier 
in a muddy 14-0 victory. Johnny Shoemaker (12) comes in to 
assist Royal on the tackle. 



END 
GARLAND JONES 



END 
J. F. ARMSTRONG 



END 
WAYNE HOLLEY 



END 
BROOKS BARFIELD 





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END 
CHARLES JACOBS 



END 
BUDDY BOZEMAN 



TACKLE 
JERRY PHARO 



TACKLE 
PRESTON NIX 



Speedster Julius Heod (20) rambles on 50 yard punt return in 56-0 
Howard romp over Sewanee. No. 82 is James Hallmon. 




HOWARD OUTCLASSES 
SEWANEE 56-0 

The Bulldogs completely outclassed the Sewanee 
Tigers this sunshiny afternoon by a score of 56-0. 

Six different players scored eight touchdowns in 
the contest. 

Quarterback Joe Milazzo passed to End Don Cole- 
man for a 13 yarder TD for the first score. 

Julius Head ran back a 50 yard punt return in one 
of the most exciting plays of the season. 

Three six pointers were made in the second period 
on Bob Lairsey's two yard plunge, Versprille's ten 
yard run around left end and Johnny Shoemaker's four 
yard pass to Billy Hurst. 

Versprille plunged from the one in the third period 
as did Bobby Jackson in the fourth. Head made the 
last TD with a seven yard sprint. 

Bookie Roley, Versprille, Head, and Jackson scored 
the extra points. 



Bonwell Royal (63) blocks as George Versprille (43) moves against Sewanee. 




Git 'em Dukel 





TACKLE 
CHARLES HENDRICKS 



TACKLE 
RICHARD FINDLEY 



TACKLE 
BENNIE STORIE 




End Wayne Holley (85) advances the ball after catching pass against Georgetown. Howard 
was victorious, 41-0. 



DOGS WIN EIGHTH 
GAME IN A ROW 

Howard won its third game of the season and eighth 
gome in a row by walloping Georgetown, Kentucky 41-0 
at Georgetown. 

George Versprille scored the first two TD's on carries of 
14 and 9 yards which were on drives of 69 and 64 yards 
respectively. 

The second quarter saw Booky Roley run for a touchdown 
on a 27 yard pass Interception and a 14 yard TD pass 
from Milazzo to Buddy Bozeman. 

The score stood at 27-0 at the half and Huelan Hill 
rambled 17 yards to paydirt in the third period. Billy Hurst 
sprinted 25 yards for the final score in the final quarter. 

The game was played under NAIA rules and extra points 
counted only one point. The extra points were made by 
Versprille, Roley, Loirsey, and Hurst. 



TACKLE 
JERRY FLEMMING 

TACKLE 
JIM CRAWFORD 

GUARD 

JIM THOMPSON 

GUARD 
BOBBY SHORT 





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M C VICTOR OVER H C 
ONLY HOWARD LOSS 

Howard lost its first and only gome of the season to 
Miss. College 24-20, and it was homecoming for the Bull- 
dogs. 

The Bulldogs jumped to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter 
when Bobby Jackson intercepted a pitchout from the Choc- 
taw quarterback and raced 30 yards to the end zone. 

Tackle Richard Findley recovered a Choctaw fumble on 
the Choctaw 24 and on the next play Jackson hit right 
tackle and made his way to glory. 

Jackson ran the first extra point over but the second 
failed. 

In the second period Clem Stovoil scored from the two 
and Alton Greenlea tallied from the five. A pass failed 
for the extra point attempt, but Greenlea ran the other over 
and the halftime score was 14-14. 




The third quarter went scoreless but the Choctaws inter- 
cepted a Bulldog pass and turned it into a 24 yard field 
goal by Paul Pounds which decided the game early in the 
final stanza. 

Midway in the same period Pounds recovered a Bulldog 
fumble on Howard's five and Charles Garett took it in from 
the two. Pounds kicked the extra point. 

With 25 seconds left, Milazzo hit speedster Julius Head 
on a 42 yard TD pass. The run failed and Howard went down 
in defeat before a state TV audience 24-20. 




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The elusive Mr. Greenlea helps MC hand Howard only defeat. 





"Toke left half, Heod" 



"Now boys 




GUARD 
FLOYD WATKINS 



GUARD 
JIMMY NORTON 



GUARD 
BONWELL ROYAL 



GUARD 
JON GUSTIN 



A maze of manhood and a Bobby Jackson score. Bowden's bucks 
smacked Milisops 42-0. 



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DOGS TOP MILLSAPS 
BY A 42-0 MARGIN 

Howard scored in every period in a night game with 
Millsaps and took their fourth win of the season by a 42-0 
margin. 

George Versprille scored the first two TD's on one and 
three yard plunges and Buddy Bozeman made the halftime 
score 20-0 by catching o 23 yard aerial from Joe Milazzo. 

Milazzo threw his second scoring pass of the game to 
Bobby Jackson for 23 yards in the third period. In the same 
period Halfback O'Dell Ozley raced 19 yards to paydirt. 
Ozley scored again the final quarter on a 15 yard dash. 

The extra points were made on runs by Jackson, Head, 
and Versprille. 





Buddy Bozeman makes great catch against Delta State. 



GUARD 
DON WIGINTON 



CENTER 
CARL SHEPHERD 




DOGS WHIP DELTA 
STATE ON STATE T V 

The Bulldogs played possibly their best game of the 
season in a 28-14 victory over Delta State before a state 
TV audience. 

Joe Milazzo and Bobby Jackson led the attack. Jackson 
scored in the first quarter on a 23 yard right end sweep. 

Milozzo connected with Bookie Raley on a 22 yard TD 
pass in the second period after Bennie Storie hod recovered 
a fumble on the Statesmen 47. 

Buddy Bozeman caught passes for 40 and 26 yards from 
Milazzo to set up the third score. Billy Hurst took the ball in 
from the one. 

The Dogs' last touchdown come on a five yard pass 
from Milazzo to Jackson after Storie had recovered another 
Delta babble. 

Jerry Pharo kicked two extra points and Versprille ran 
the other over. 

Howard's defense was led by Richard Findley, Bonv^ell 
Royal, Jim Thompson, Carl Shepherd, and Don Coleman. 



Booky Raley shoots through hole after taking handoff from Joe 
Milazzo (11). Action took place against Delta State. 



CENTER 
TOM BARKSDALE 




CENTER 
MURPHY PARKER 



QUARTERBACK 
JOE MILAZZO 



QUARTERBACK 
JOHN SHOEMAKER 





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QUARTERBACK 
ROBERT WHATLEY 



HALFBACK 
BOBBY JACKSON 



BULLDOGS TRIUMPH 
OVER LIVINGSTON 

Bobby Jackson and George Versprille scored all three 
Bulldog touchdowns on long runs in a 22-6 battle over 
Livingston State. 

Jackson got the first points on a 51 yard run after 
hitting left tackle. 

Versprille follov^ed with a 50 yard sprint in the same 
quarter to make the score 14-0 at the half. 

Livingston got their six points in the third quarter on 
a 21 yard run by End John Jennings who had taken a 
lateral from Quarterback Doug Graham. 

The Bulldogs started another TD drive after receiving 
punt. In three plays the Bulldogs had found paydirt 
from 87 yards away. Jackson ran behind good blocking for 
55 yards to score. 

Jackson ran over the only extra point for Howard. 

Guard Jim Thompson, Tackle Bennie Storie, and Line- 
backer Jim Norton led the Howard defensive attack which 
allowed Livingston 76 yards rushing and 95 yards passing. 




Jim Thompson (66) and Bobby Jackson (23) clear way as George Versprille 
(43) breaks loose for 55 yard run against Livingston. Howard won 22-6. 



Bobby Jackson gallops 52 yards for one of two 

long scoring gallops against Livingston. No. 70 is L.^^ 

Bennie Storie. S^ 





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Quorterbock Joe Milozzo (11) connects with George Versprille (43) as Southwestern defenders move in. The Bulldogs won 26-0. 



HOWARD SHUTS OUT 
SOUTHWESTERN 26-0 

Joe Milozzo and Bobby Jackson again led Howard to its 
seventh victory of the season in a 26-0 shutout over South- 
western. 

Early in the first period Milozzo hit Julius Head on a 14 
yard drive in nine plays. 

A 26 yard run by Jackson and a 31 yard pass from 
Milozzo to Buddy Bozeman set the second touchdown up. 
Bob Loirsey plunged over from the three for the score. 

In the third period, Julius Head received a punt and handed 
it off to Bobby Jackson who ran beautifully for 70 yards to 
touchdown territory. Many timely blocks were mode but the 
best was by End Don Coleman. 

Jackson also made the last score on a four yard smash 
near the end of the game. 

Milozzo and Billy Hurst scored the only extra point by 
a pass. 




HALFBACK 
ODELL OZLEY 



HALFBACK 
JERRY PARTRIDGE 



HALFBACK 
GEORGE VERSPRILLE 



HALFBACK 
HARRY HITCHCOCK 




Buddy Bozeman (80) tokes one out as Bobby Jockson dashes in Southwestern fracas. 




George Versprille scores first of many against Troy. 'Dogs won 48-14. 



DOGS WALLOP TROY 
48-14 IN LAST GAME 



The Howard Bulldogs ended the season in good fashion by 
wol loping Troy State 48-14 at Crampton Bowl in Montgomery. 

Six different Bulldogs scored seven touchdowns during the 
night game. 

The game, which lasted approximately four hours, also sow 
Troy's Quarterback Bubba Marriott throw 62 passes and com- 
plete 29 for 335 yards. 

Troy scored both their TD's in the second quarter on 5 and 8 
yard passes. 

George Versprille scored twice in the first quarter on 31 and 
8 yard runs. Joe Milazzo also rambled for 37 yards and an- 
other touchdown in the first stanza. 

Howard scored three more touchdowns in the second quarter. 
Joe Milazzo threw two passes for touchdowns to Buddy Bozeman 
and James Hallman for 9 and 46 yards respectively. 

The score at the half was 42-14. 

Wayne Holley scored the only six points in the last half by 
taking a four yard pass from Johnny Shoemaker. 

Extra points were made by Bookie Roley (2l and Versprille. 



HALFBACK 
GEORGE RALEY 



HALFBACK 
ED HINNANT 



FULLBACK 
BOB LAIRSEY 



FULLBACK 
BILL HURST 




Johnny Shoemaker (12) intercepts pass and returns it agoinst Troy. 




Howard and Troy bonds, along with high schoolers, perform ot 
Crampton Bowl. 







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Pride, contemplation, and joy 



on the heels of victory! 




Senior Loirsey charged through his final season . . . and opponentsl 



SEASON STATISTICS 



The Howard College Bulldogs ranked eighth in the notion 
among small colleges in total offense during the season with on 
average of 409 yards per game. 

The total yardage for the season was 3,681 yards, 2,177 
yards rushing and 1,504 yards passing. 

Howard was one of the top teams in the nation in pass de- 
fense holding their opponents to 80 yards per contest. 

Left Half Bobby Jackson was the leading rusher on the team 
with 703 yards and a 9.6 yard average per carry. George 
Versprille rushed 446 yards for a 6.4 yard average per try. 

Joe Milazzo was the leading passer, completing 80 of 145 
attempts for 1,248 yards. This included 11 touchdown passes 
and two extra points. Johnny Shoemaker completed 17 of 23 
passes for 25-6 yards and two touchdown tosses. 

Buddy Bozeman placed thirteenth in the nation in pass re- 
ceiving. Bozeman caught 39 passes for 680 yards, three for 
touchdowns. 

Jackson was the team's leading scorer with 10 touchdowns 
and 68 points. Versprille made nine touchdowns and 63 points. 



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THE 1960-61 TEAM — Front row, left to right; Manager Paul Finch, Jim SuNivan, Joe Murray, Mike Moebes, Harold Ledbetter, Jerry Lehman, tddie 
Alexander, and Publicity manager Wayne Atcheson. Back row: Athletic Director James Sharman, Fulton Lowrey, Ricky White, Jim Robinson, Jim 
Moebes, Clyde Frederic'-.. Alan Hosier, J. F. Armstrong, Don Suddath, and Coach Walter Barnes. 



'DOGS FINISH WITH 
23-1 SEASON 



The 1960-61 Howard College basketball team produced the 
best record in the school's history, dating back to 1901. 

Howard was beaten one time during the entire season which 
was by Huntingdon on Howard's own court. The Bulldogs got 
revenge by easing by Huntingdon 66-64 in the Huntingdon In- 
vitational Tournament. It was the final game of the season. 

Coach Walter Barnes' young squad, with no seniors, also set 
a school record in scoring in one game when they beat the 
Millsaps Majors 122-65. 

In the final NCAB statistics, Howard ranked eighth in the nation 
among small colleges in team offense with a 91.4 average. They 
held their opponents to a 67.3 average. 

Coach Barnes depended on seven boys during the season. 
Clyde Frederick led the team in scoring and rebounding all sea- 
son. Clyde averaged 22.6 points a game and 16.2 rebounds. 

Jim Sullivan had a good year and hod a 15.8 average. Jim 
Moebes averaged 15.8 points a gome and Alan Hosier averaged 
1 1.4 tallies per game. 

Coptoin Mike Moebes was a good team leader all season 
and his average was 8.8. Main reserves were Joe Murray (6.0) 
and Fulton Lowrey (5.6). 




Left to right. Captain Mike Moebes, Coach Walter Barnes, and Clyde 
Frederick are all smiles over the trophy which the team won in cap- 
turing the Huntingdon Invitational Tournament. 

Mike will captain the team again next year and Clyde was voted 
the most valuable player on the 1960-61 team. 




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Clyde Frederick shoots two of his 546 points he scored during the past season against Bel- 
haven. Other Bulldogs pictured are Fulton Lowrey (23), Jim Moebes (51), and Jim Sullivan (25). 



CLYDE FREDERICK 
CENTER 



FORWARD JIM MOEBES 



Bulldogs get in<itructions and look for their foes. 





GUARD HAROLD LEDBETTER 



FORWARD FULTON LOWREY 



GUARD JOE MURRAY 




Captain Mike Moebes shoots a jump shot 
for two points against Florida Southern. 




j'lm Sullivan seems to be dunking the 
ball against Athens but actually it's only a 
crip shot. 



GUARD JERRY LEHMAN 





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Jim Moebes (50) completes a beautiful play with a basket over Florida Southern. 



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FORWARD EDDIE ALEXANDER 



Coach Barnes examines statistics while Bulldogs await word from mentor. 



FORWARD JIM ROBINSON 




Alan Hosier sinks a free-throw in romp over Beihaven. 



FORWARD RICKY WHITE 





SCORES OF 1960-61 SEASON 




Howard 


94 


Howard 


104 


Howard 


84 


Howard 


80 


Howard 


82 


Howard 


96 


Howard 


107 


Howard 


65 


Howard 


99 


Howard 


85 


Howard 


105 


Howard 


78 


Howard 


98 


Howard 


102 


Howard 


90 


Howard 


72 


Howard 


85 


Howard 


122 


Howard 


97 


Howard 


97 


Howard 


105 


Howard 


99 


Howard 


81 


Howard 


66 



Athens 


51 


Millsaps 


73 


Rollins 


71 


Florida Southern 


76 


Huntingdon 


71 


Belhaven 


62 


Belhaven 


67 


Jacksonville St. 


45 


Florida Southern 


59 


Huntingdon 


91 


Southwestern 


58 


Athens 


69 


Southwestern 


85 


Shorter 


53 


Jacksonville St. 


66 


Shorter 


69 


St. Bernard 


59 


Millsaps 


65 


Rollins 


79 


Belhaven 


50 


Belhaven 


67 


St. Bernard 


87 


Birmingham So. 


72 


Huntingdon 


64 



Joe Murray flips up fall-away shot against Jacksonville St. 



INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS 





F.G. Ptc. 


F.T. Pet. 


Reb. 


Pts. 


Avg. 


Clyde Frederick 


52.3 


66.3 


388 


546 


22.6 


Jim Sullivan 


44.7 


77.0 


72 


376 


15.8 


Jim Moebes 


51.2 


79.8 


192 


369 


15.4 


Alan Hosier 


52.2 


56.6 


261 


274 


11.4 


Mike Moebes 


50.3 


67.5 


83 


211 


8.8 


Joe Murray 


37.2 


81.1 


59 


144 


6.0 


Fulton Lowrey 


42.7 


60.9 


88 


129 


5.6 


Jerry Lehman 


44.2 


91.7 


19 


57 


3.3 


Don Suddath 


48.3 


44.4 


24 


32 


2.1 


J. F. Armstrong 


37.8 


72.3 


37 


31 


2.8 


Jim Robinson 


25.0 




17 


6 


0.7 


Eddie Alexander 


20.0 


100.0 


5 


4 


0.7 


Harold Ledbetter 


100.0 




2 


10 


2.5 


Ricky White 


60.0 




2 


6 


3.0 



Jim Sullivan fights for the boll with a Birmingham Southern player in an 
81-72 victory over Southern. 




"Sleepy" Lowrey (23) sinks hook over bearded Belhaven 
eager as Bulldogs hit century mark for the sixth time. 




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1961 HOWARD BASEBALL SQUAD 

First row, left to right: Jerry Dingier, Bob Henderson, Ed Hickman, Roger Benton, Clyde Frederick, Ed Hinnant, John Jeter, Jerry Pharo. Sec- 
ond row: John Harris, Manoger Ray Hurst, Lewis HIM, Bob McKenzie, Norman Rice, Bruce Grady, John Russell, Earl Mitchell, and Coach Vir- 
gil Ledbetter, Third row: James Sherman, John Papodenis, Tommy Marie r. Bill Lawrence, Booky Raley, Bennie Storie, Jock Hare, and 
James Moore. Not pictured: Wayne Atcheson, Publicity Manager. 




COACH VIRGIL LEDBETTER 





1961 


BASEBALL RESULTS 
(19-6) 




Howard 


4 


Auburn 


3 


Howard 


13 


Alabama College 


2 


Howard 


3 


Troy 


10 


Howard 


12 


Miss. College 


10 


Howard 


4 


Miss. College 


13 


Howard 


6 


Miss. College 


3 


Howard 


6 


Alma College 


1 


Howard 


3 


Alma College 


7 


Howard 


12 


Moreheod College 


4 


Howard 


9 


Moreheod College 


14 


Howard 


6 


Auburn 


12 


Howard 


9 


St. Bernard 


7 


Howard 


12 


Spring Hill 


5 


Howard 


17 


Alabama College 


4 


Howard 


10 


Athens 


6 


Howard 


12 


Troy 


1 


Howard 


18 


Florence 


7 


Howard 


2 


Spring Hill 


3 


Howard 


4 


St. Bernard 


1 


Howard 


3 


Southwestern 


2 


Howard 


10 


Southwestern 


5 


Howard 


25 


Athens 


6 


Howard 


9 


Millsaps 





Howard 


9 


Millsaps 





Howard 


3 


Florence 


1 



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PITCHER 
JOHN RUSSELL 



PITCHER 
BOB HENDERSON 



PITCHER 
NORMAN RICE 




PITCHER 
ED HICKMAN 



First baseman James Moore (16) Is about to catch a pop fly against Alma College which 
he turned into a double play. 

PITCHER 
JOHN HARRIS 





PITCHER 
JACK HARE 







CATCHER 
LEWIS HILL 






CATCHER 
ROGER BENTON 



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CATCHER 
ED HINNANT 





CATCHER 
EARL MITCHELL 



FIRST BASE 
CAPTAIN BENNIE STORIE 



Bruce Grady rounds third and 
scores on Bill Lawrence's double 
agoinst Auburn. 






Bill Lawrence covers first base and makes putout in a close ploy against 
MoreheocJ, Ky. 



FIRST BASE— RIGHT FIELD 
JAMES MOORE 




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THIRD BASE 
JERRY DINGLER 



SECOND BASE 
BILL LAWRENCE 





SHORTSTOP 
CAPTAIN BOOKIE RALEY 



LEFT FIELD 
BRUCE GRADY 



CENTER FIELD 
JOHN PAPADENIS 





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OUTFIELD 
JOHN JETER 



OUTFIELD 
BOB McKENZIE 



RIGHT FIELD 
TOMMY MARLER 




HOWARD INDIVIDUAL BASEBALL STATISTIC FOR 1961 







SB 




AB 


R 


H 


RBI 




BAT 
AVG 




2b 


3b 


HR 


Bruce 


Grady 


3 




95 


29 


39 


39 




.411 




7 


3 


10 


Jerry 


Dingier 


2 




93 


32 


38 


30 




.409 




7 


3 


1 


James 


Moore 


5 




81 


24 


30 


22 




.370 




2 


2 


3 


Georc 


e Roley 


15 




101 


30 


33 


24 




.327 




6 


1 


1 


Tommy Marler 


5 




60 


10 


19 


12 




,317 




1 


2 




John 


Russell 






45 


11 


13 


13 




.289 




1 






Bennie Storie 






38 


8 


11 


18 




.289 




1 


2 


3 


John 


Papadenis 


14 




82 


18 


20 


16 




.244 




1 


1 


3 


Roger 


Benton 


3 




30 


3 


7 


12 




.233 




2 






Bill Lawrence 


5 




75 


14 


15 


11 




.200 




2 


1 


2 


Lewis 


Hill 


1 




42 


12 


6 


4 




.143 




1 






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PITCHING 


SUMMARY 




















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IP 


R 


ER 


H 


BB 


W 


L 


WP SO 


ERA 


John 


Russell 




17 


116'/3 


53 


26 


111 


46 


12 


2 


5 


74 


2.01 


Norman Rice 




6 


20% 


12 


4 


19 


14 


1 





2 


13 


1.75 


Bob Henderson 




5 


12 


11 


6 


11 


9 


1 







5 


4.50 


Clyde 


Frederick 




2 


5% 


5 


3 


4 


6 








3 


4.81 


Ed H 


ckman 




8 


13 


12 


7 


11 


10 


1 


1 




8 


4.84 


Jock 


Hare 




7 


25% 


35 


18 


41 


17 


2 


3 


4 


18 


6.32 



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1961 HOWARD TENNIS TEAM 

Front row, left to right: Sandy Sanford, Jimmy Jordan, Rod McKinley. Second row: Joe Wildman, Glenn Brooks, Coach James 
Sherman, Gene Jones, Jerome Turner. 




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1961 TENNIS RESULTS 








(16-3) 




Howard 


7 


University of Alabama 


2 


Howard 


9 


Belhaven 





Howard 


3 


Spring Hill 


4 


Howard 


8 


Alabama College 





Howard 


9 


Marion Institute 





Howard 


7 


Troy 





Howard 


6 


Florence 





Howard 


4 


Stetson 


5 


Howard 


3 


Spring Hill 


4 


Howard 


8 


St. Bernard 


1 


Howard 


8 


Marion Institute 


1 


Howard 


7 


Emory University 


2 


Howard 


9 


Florence 





Howard 


9 


Troy 





Howard 


6 


Southwestern 


3 


Howard 


8 


St. Bernard 


1 


Howard 


5 


University of Alabama 


4 


Howard 


5 


Emory University 





Howard 


9 


Georgia State 






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COACH JAMES SHARMAN 



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ROD McKINLEY 






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JOE WILDMAN 




SANDY SANFORD 




GLENN BROOKS 



JIMMY JORDAN 



GENE JONES 



JEROME TURNER 




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THE 1960 BULLDOG TRACK TEAM 

First row, left to right; Manager Bob Flowers, Ben Bingham, Don Calloway, Jim Corkill, Julius Head, Jimmy Thompson, Tom McGee; Second 
row: Barry Edwards, Fulton Lowrey, Ricky White, Glen Shepherd, James Minton, George Versprille, Frank Burns, Jerry Neal. Third row: 
Coach Walter Barnes, Rick Davis, Clyde Frederick, Coy Hollis. 








1961 


TRACK RESULTS 




Howard 


71-1/2 




Sewanee 


59-1/2 


Howard 


93 




Florence 


43 


Howard 


nvitationo 


Meet 






Howard 


108-1/2 




Miss. College 

Southwestern 

Sewanee 

Troy 

Florence 


118 
107-1/2 

68-2/5 

68 

21-3/5 


Howard 


85-1/2 




Troy 


50-1/2 


Howard 


47-5/6 




Miss. College 


86-1/6 


Howard 


59 




Troy 


71-2/3 


Howard 


62 




Southwestern 


69 



COACH WALTER BARNES 



Howard set three school records during the season. Julius 
Head set the 220 yard dash record with a time of 21.85. 
Others were set by Ricky White who broke the two mile 
record in 10:39.5. Glenn Shepherd broke the broad jump 
record with a leap of 22' 4". 

Head was elected captain along with Clyde Frederick 
for the 1962 season. Head also was elected the most 
valuable trackman for '61. 



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JULIUS HEAD 




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GEORGE VERSPRILLE 





JERRY NEAL 



JIMMY THOMPSON 



JIM CORKIU 



BARRY EDWARDS 



BEN BINGHAM 




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In the Howo.d Invitational Track Meet Julius Head is shown finishing 
the 220 yard dash in which he set a school record of 21.85 seconds. 




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TOM McGEE 



JAMES MINTON 



DON CALLOWAY 



GLENN SHEPHERD 



FRANK BURNS 



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FULTON LOWREY 



RICK DAVIS 



Don Callowoy won the pole valut event ogoinst Florence State with a leap of IT 6" 




CLYDE FREDERICK 



MANAGERS 
BOBBY FLOWERS and DALE LANDERS 




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1961 





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1961 BULLDOG GOLFERS 
Left to right: Jim King, Bill Ivey, Wayne Beck, Vic Goodwin, and Coach Lindy Martin. 








1961 GOLF RESULTS 








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Howard 


7'/2 




Alabama College 


iiy2 


Howard 


14 




Troy 


4 


Howard 


8'/2 




Marion Institute 


9'/2 


Howard 


17V2 




Florence 


1/2 


Howard 


121/2 




Huntingdon 


5V2 


Howard 


17'/2 




Huntingdon 


Vi 


Howard 


12'/2 




St. Bernard 


5y2 


Howard 


15'/2 




Florence 


7>h 


Howard 


18 




Troy 





Howard 


17'/2 




Alabama College 


y2 


Howard 


15'/2 




St. Bernard 


2y2 


Howard 


9'/2 




Marion Institute 


8y2 



COACH LINDY MARTIN 



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INTRA 




MEN'S 




Bobby Ftanklin, Pike Coach 



FOOTBALL ALL STARS 

First row, from left to right: Bob Thorn by, Larry 
Yarbrough. Second row: Glen Brooks, Bill Horn- 
buckle. 






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iMURALS 




WOMEN'S INTRAMURAL ASSOCIATION 

From left to right: Vicky Davis, Mary Bullock, Kotrlno Reading, Lena Frances Dean, Martha Beckett, Becky Hunt, Judy 

Rice, Honey Scheumeyer, Molly Hodges, Diane Peterson. 



WOMEN'S 




This year the Independents swept the Women's In- 
tramurals by winning all the tean-i events. 

The Phyllis Boozer Trophy, given to the person who 
has contributed most to the W.I. A. with good character 
and integrity, was given to Molly Hodges. 

Officers for the year were: President, Molly Hodges,- 
Vice-president, Martha Beckett; and Secretary, Kath- 
rina Reading. 



MOLLY HODGES 

Phyllis Boozer Trophy 

Award 



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SPEEDBALL ALL STARS — Firsf row, left to right: 
Mary Kennedy, Molly Hodges, Mary Gust in, 
Martha Beckett; Second row: Mildred Nelson, 
Honey Scheumeyer, Deanna Moon, Barbara Cline. 





VOLLEYBALL ALL STARS 

First row, left to right: Mary Kennedy, Judy Rice, 
Molly Hodges. Second row: Janice Prewitt, Carol 
Howard, Martha Beckett, Myrna Carlisle, Third 
row: Miss Wi I lough by, Peggy Porker, Honey 
Scheumeyer, Nelda Chadwlck, Grethel Gardner. 





BASKETBALL ALL STARS 

Front row, left to right: Virginia Miller, Mono Washburn, Grethel Gard- 
ner. Second row: Martha Beckett, Janice Prewett, Molly Hodges. 



INDEPENDENTS — W.I.A. CHAMPIONSHIP 

Front row, left to right: Carol Howard, Mary Kennedy, Janice Prewett. 

Second row: Julia Gates, Gracie Mitchell, Diane Rasbury, Martha 

Beckett. 





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....THE PURSUIT 




PTEMBER 



The freshmen were cordially commanded to come to school 
five days early for the second annual freshman orientation. 
The purpose of this is to assure that all the rats are absolutely 
confused, so that they were numb by the time registration got 
here. Tests . . . pep rallys . . . talent shows . . . tests . . . 
"cabbages and kings" . . . tests . . . games . . . sore feet 
. . . tests . . . tests . . . and the climax of the week . . . more 
tests. 

The first official sorority rush week in Howard's history saw 
girls rushing to ice water teas and parties. The eighth won- 
der of the world, the IBM machine, showed his stuff for the 
first time at Howard during registration. This machine is almost 
human ... so human it can't spell either. Final count . . . 2,037. 

Even the cars have to register at Howard and Pinky (some- 
times known as the Sherlock Holmes of the Pinkerton Agency) 
in his black charger covered the campus with $5 tickets. 

September brought new faces . . . green frosh . . 18 new 
faculty members ... a boa constrictor . . . and Duke, new 
college mascot. He proved his fighting spirit by chasing the 
majorettes, the waterboy, and sometimes, the players. 

The first football game proved the students to be more 
than foirweather friends as they sat under torrents of rain to 
cheer the team to victory. 

The $950,000 Chapel and Religious Building was com- 
pleted, and work begun on the addition to the Physical Edu- 
cation plant. At this time students began to take more interest 
in the national elections. 




MISS SEPTEMBER, Barbara Whatley, helps cheer the Bulldogs for their 
football gome in September. 



first 





Registration allowed us to peer through glass 
portholes and smile while we paid out our life 
savings .... 



Mass production and long lines were the order of the day, while sore feet and writer's cramp 
from filling out the forty page booklets made their contribution. 




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Just before the college opened in Septem- 
ber, we heard that three of our girls, left 
to right, Rhonda Dean, Ruth Colley, and 
Sandra Bishop, hod been lost for several 
days in the Grand Canyon. Their diet con- 
sisted of wild berries. This is getting a 
Sun ton the hard way! 




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The first football game was mud, water, rain, and more mud. The cheer- 
leaders left sweaters and skirts at home and found sweat shirts and turned- 
down sailor hats to be more suitable. 




The mudboys battled bravely through it all, and Howard hod its 
first win, 14-0. 



HOME FOOTBALL GAMES 

SEPT 16 MARYVILLE-3P.M 
SE^ -- 3P.M. 

2 PM 





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Homecoming was not for owoy, and the com- 
mittee pulled their hair and wadded paper and 
finally produced a creditable product. Left to 
right. Art Christmas with the "V"; Mr. Russell 
Donaldson, "I"; Joe Brewer, "C"; Mrs. Leslie 
Wright, "T"; Mr. Floyd McCoy, "O"; and Ray 
Willingham (if he could learn to spell) predict a 
"Victory" for Howard at Homecoming. 



PEP RALLY 



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and the crowd screamed out its lungs 




The majorettes flashed to the music 



While the heart of the pep rally, the cheerleaders, keep up spirit and enthusiasm. 



OCTOBER 



The Homecoming Day ambush for the Miss. College 
Chocfaws reversed in Howard's only defeat of the season 
. . but the weekend was still unforgettable. 

Meanwhile it was "rough on Rats" as upperclassmen 
celebrated the annual Rat Week with greedy revenge in 
their eyes. 

An unexpected crowd of 1,400 high school seniors de- 
scended upon the campus for the second annual High School 
day. 

All homesick students had their nostalgia satisfied with 
on all-campus family-style dinner. "Mom" Smith, keeper of 
the boys, conducted the affair ... a success for all eaters . . . 
a loss to the feeders . . . 

October saw the girls of Third East in the Girl's Dorm 
become Peanuts, and the passing of house mother, Mrs. 
Kerr. 

Trouble with Robots who have minds of their own was 
the theme of the Masquer's production, "R.U.R." 

Two hundred fans traveled all the way to Georgetown, 
Ky., to see the Bulldogs in action. 



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MISS OCTOBER, Jean Brown, prepares for Halloween as she introduces Ocfober. 



The scoreboard tells 
the story . . . another 
shutout. 

At the Georgetown 
gome Band Director 
Floyd McCoy ex- 
presses his opproval 
(?) of onother Bulldog 
romp. He is sup- 
ported by on amaz- 
ingly large crowd, 
considering the length 
of the trip to Ken- 
tucky. 




HOMECOMING 





Homecoming court finalists prepare to shoot Miss. College Indians. Left to 
right: Cecelia Smith, Julia Alice Granade, Helen Huntley, Sara Pate, 
Jonette Young, Barbara Whatley, Morcia Auld. Seated: Anne Bowles 
and Gail Hyle. Not pictured: Jean Hayes. 



A facet of Homecoming was Rat Week, which all freshmen lie awake at 
night dreading and all upperclossmen prepare for. Two upperclassmen find 
that there is nothing better for mealtime than attractive female rats to 
serve the food and run errands. 



Upperclossman Roderick Conrad gets kindly treatment by Emily 
Jo Colley, Jean Brown, and Floyd Wotkins. 



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The Homecoming festivities become an- 
other extra voganzo beginning with the 
pageant and pep rally on Friday night. 
Here Master of Ceremonies Bill Horn- 
buckle helps the cheerleaders in a cheer. 




Queen Gall reigns 





Part of the Homecoming parade . . . a Howard bulldog has eaten 
some little Mississippi College Indians, who are facing the other side 
of the street to keep from the camera. 



Some valiant souls stayed up the whole night to grace the campus with 
appropriate decorations. 




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The cheerleaders perch atop a convertible to lead the 
parade. 



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The Queen's float greets parade viewers. 



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Top right: "Another First" . . . football over television 
. . . local fans viewed the bulldogs over Channel 6. 

Right: Pikes presented "Duke," Bulldog mascot, with 
a winter uniform prior to the ballgame. The cheer- 
leaders assisted in the "cloaking" ceremony. 

Bottom: Queen Gail Hyle surveys her domain from atop 
her royal chariot. 




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students to get lost on the campus. 
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These high school girls are particularly interested in what Ned Simonton is 
showing in the drug book, which is up-side down, incidentally. 





"Mom" Kerr passed away after serving as house mother 
for the girls for three years. 





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Gory V/oIf skill, center, was crowned "Charley Brown" by the Peanuts floor, 
third-west, of the Girls' Dorm. Betty Ruth Stone and Mary Gibbs do the honors. 



Douglas Olive found the selections of Frosh leaders in October 
confusing. 




Again before T.V. the Bulldogs rolled over Delta State . . . for the West Coast Fans 
right: J. Brummett, Taylor, Long, Turner, Wilson, ond Betty Brummett. 



The majorettes had new flags. Left to 



Bov/den puts in full day during games . . . 





Head Coach Bobby Bowden never slows down during a game . . . he Is the nearest thing 
o perpetual motion at Howard . . . Here Bowden discusses the game before the kickoff. 



Watching . . . talking . . . walking . . . Bowden 
constantly points out things to his men . . . Here 
to Julius Head. 





Contrary to popular belief, half time in the dressing room is hardly screams, sobs, and pleas. 
Bowden calmly goes over the game progress with his players, spotting weaknesses and strengths. 



Success . . . Bowden has a familiar happy 
ending with his boys winning eight of nine 
this year. 



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MISS NOVEMBER, Rhonda Dean, stalks her Thanksgiving dinner in the old- 
fashioned Pilgrim manner. 




The Debate Team began a winning season by the sweepstakes trophy at 
Mercer's Tournament. Left to right: Jack Haley, Nelda Chadwick, Wayne 
Flint, and Don Ragsdale. 



The Sophomore (now Junior Class) finally gets the college flag up. 



The annuals finally arrived and everyone frantically 
looked for his picture. 

Howard's debate team "talked" its way into an- 
other Sweepstakes Trophy over 14 opposing teams. 

The football team climbed the video waves for the 
first time with 2 of the home games broadcast live 
for the TV audience. 

Sigma Nu Events sponsored dignified competitive 
sports, such as pie-eating and sack races. 

Trees were planted on Howard's campus. There are 
a few skeptics who don't believe the trees will grow. 

Another first was launched for Howard as the S.G.A. 
Concert and Lecture series began its life. 

The Class of '62 got a custom built flag up for the 
campus. 




In preparation for the Thespian season, the Tack Room was 
built in the Chapel basement. 







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Newton Strondberg, Music Dept., hod his composition, "Extolment I," 
miered in the Chapel during November. 



A tree grows on campus . . . enjoying this strange phenomenon 
ore Barbara Connell and John Davidson. 




Mutt and Jeff . . . the tallest basketbalier, 6' 7" Clyde Frederick, 
towers over the shortest, 5' 8" Jerry Lehman. 





Carol Harris, BULLPUP editor, is swamped with requests for the phonebook. 




Howell Glenn finds the home style meal much 
to his liking. 



The meal sponsored by the Dorms brought out the largest group at supper 
ever. Hunter Draper and Mae Lynn Todd are served by Mike Bradley. 



Formai dedication of the A. Hamilton 
Reid Chapel was held during Novem- 
ber. The chapel was first used this 
school year. 







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LECTURE SERIES BEGINS 
WITH SPACE ROCKETS 

The first of Howard's lecture series brought Dr. Joachim P. 
Kuettner, Redstone Arsenal officer, who spoke on "Man's 
Round Trip into Space." 




Dr. John Turner, left, pastor of the Episcopal Church of the i 
Advent, presented a red Bible to the Chapel on behalf of 
his congregation. The Right Reverend Michael Coleman 
assisted. 




Dr. Kuettner discusses the space age with students following 
his illustrated message. 



Student body president Wayne Flynt, and Gail Hyle look at some of Dr. Kuettner's slides. 



A robot construction plant 
goes on the blink, and the 
robots take over the plant 
ond the entire world In the 
Masquer's first production of 
the yeor. 

Here the plant workers ond 
scientists welcome o female 
visitor. 




Under the leadership of Robot leader, Sonford Col ley, extreme right, the robots 
take over the plant. 



After destruction of the human race, scientist Charles 
Sims, the only human, searches for hope. 




Phi Delta Chi members, Joel Leigh and Bill Brown pay their $1 
for a polio shot. Campus Nurse, Mrs. Jock Arnold, gave the shots. 




Sigma Nu Events winners, Morie Salomone of BSO, first place (left) Gail 
L '' * J Pruett, Events queen, Sigma Nu, Keven Beightol, and Kay Kennamer, D.Z. 



DECEMBER 



Steps for the competitive Step-Sing were 
erected in the Gym with the H-Club singing its 
annual song, "Tom Dooley." 

A stage in the cafeteria for Entre Nous Con- 
test presented the 20 "Belles of Christmas" with 
Janette Young crowned Miss Entre Nous. 

"Carol-swaps" were performed by the dorms, 
and the local police finally became convinced 
that the moss meetings were not ponty raids . . . 

The basketball team continued the winning 
ways in December. 

Station WRHC, broadcasting live from the 
Howard Compus, at last made it on the air with 
the assistance of the S.G.A. and Ron Dorris, 
station manager, 

The Christmas season brought dormitory open 
houses, and the boys dug up their creative abil- 
ity to decorate their home for Christmas. The 
season brought charity basketball games. The 
Kingsmen and the Wolf-Hollow All-Stars per- 
formed on the court v/ith the funds going to the 
Goodfellows. Who was helping who? 








MISS DECEMBER, Molly Hodges, decorates her tree as the school begins its Christmas season. 



December initiates into Alpha Epsilon Delta, pre-medical fraternity; sponsor. Dr. Langston, Joel Avery; 
John Crook, Frank Burns, Mike Perry, and Barbara Gustin, check into the secrets of a microscope. 




Keeping up the tapping trend for the month, 
Omicron Delta Kappa, leadership honorary, se- 
lected: First row: Mike Moebes, Bobby Jackson, 
Bob C rider, and Chapter President BUI Horn- 
buckle; Second row; James Kelley, Jerry Wood, 
and Terry Jones; ond Third row: John Crook, 
Joel Avery and Jack Haley. 




Step Sing group winners sing for Joy in winning; Left to right; Julia Alice Granade, 
Alpho Delta Pi; Horry McKinion, Freshmen; Kevin Beightol, Sigma Nu; and Burt 
Jones, M.A. 





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Arnold Epiey, a rather "chubby" Santa, sells A Coppello 
Choir records. 




Howard sponsored the State B.S.U. Convention. Here Barbara Money, 
Ben Connell, and Terry Jones^ pause for meditation before the con- 
vention. 




Stuffing a Christmas box with toys and goodies for families OlXQ Lynn Fountain, Brady 
Blackburn, and Kenneth Burns. 



Cutest female pledge. Bar- 
bora Yorbrough, help cutest 
mole pledge, Mike Drake, 
primp in the mirror. 



Howard Radio manager, Ron 
Dorris, premieres the station 
on the air. 



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Judging for the Entre Nous contest be- 
gins with all candidates in formols. 



Judges Robert Lee, BIRMINGHAM NEWS; Tom 
York, WBRC-TV; and Mrs. Dorothy Whitson, 
SHADES VALLEY SUN, talk to contestant, Rhonda 
Dean. 




Contest Chairman, Lucy Barrow, serves contestants at the tea, port 
of the judging. 



Neil Nations, announcer for Entre Nous Finals, introduces 
the contest finalists. 



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Final award winners: (seated) 
Janette Young, Miss Entre Nous; 
(standing) Mary Lane Holland, Har- 
riet Mcrrs, Martha Sutherland, Mil- 
dred Nelson, and Margie Anderson. 






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JANUARY 

The campus rumbled back to work following the Christmas holi- 
days and had to go to school on New Year's Day. 

The A Cappella Choir left for its 12th tour (some students have 
been on all) which covered Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, and Kentucky. 

If Christmas comes, can finals be far behind? Frantic students 
crammed for exams . . . The library looked like the Student Union 
Building for about two weeks, coffee flowed and "Midnight" oil was 
precious . . . 

Just before exams the Bulldog cagers won their ninth straight 
game by steam-rolling Belhaven. 

Registration time again, and ice and snow conquered even the 
IBM machine, and the students were given an extra day to enroll. 
This made classes a day late, and students stayed up late worrying 
about the loss of study time . . .all were anxious to get back to work . . 



MISS JANUARY, Pat Kelso, 
tears off December to start 
1961. 



The Ugly Man Contest pro- , 

duced .... \ 



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.... But here's the winner, Norman Rice, the hand- 
some, consoled by A. P.O. sweetheart Sandra Sims. A. P.O. 
sponsored the event. 



Bobby, the Terrible . Robert, the Nauseating . Mike, the Grotesque. 




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Another service of A. P.O. . . . President Gene 
Martin helps Dr. Mabry Lunceford distribute Chapel 
hymm-books purchased by A. P.O. 




As the fall semester closed, this type of class "attention 
and enthusiasm" . . . 



. . . produced this type of results .... pass the sleeping pills brother . 




"Registration comes but twice a year; 
let's all stand and give a cheer . . /' 
(poem by Long liner) 



Registrar James Clork helps make the 
task a little easier for fhese students 
OS he guides ihem through the lines. 



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DAY WITH CONCERT BAND 




To make music, you must take some blaring saxophones 




add a couple of sliliide trombones . . . 




. . . take a look at the director . . 



. . . and you hove concert music 
performed by the College Concert 
Bond under tne Direction of Mr. 
Floyd McCoy. 





MISS FEBRUARY, Kay Calfee, sends her valentine to her favorite, the Howard 
College student body. 




FEBRUARY 



The Concordia Choir performed on campus in the Chapel 
OS part of the Concert and Lecture Series. 

Christian Focus Week brought on assortment of beauty 
contest winners, ottornies, recording artists, scientists ,and ex- 
ecutives to the campus. 

Howard romped Birmingham Southern for the first meet- 
ing of the teams in basketball in four years at the Mont- 
gomery Invitational Tournament ... but the glory of victory 
was dimmed as Miss Homecoming, Gail Hyle, was killed in 
an accident traveling from the game. The next night on in- 
spired team edged host Huntingdon to win the tournament. 

The Trustees announced tuition changes and compul- 
sory meal tickets for resident students which brought out 
howls ... all to naught . . . 

Two sets of Howard Debate Teams won tournaments 
during the same weekend and the next weekend hosted the 
state high school teams on the campus. 

The weather went haywire during February, and not 
even the weatherman knew when to take his umbrella . . . 




All facets of college helped Christian Focus Week. Seated are: Dean, Greeks; 
Connell, B.S.U.; Beasley, Home Ec. Standing; Mashburn, Speech; Rowe, Music; 
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The new semester brought new students who are greeted by 
rain and more rain. Jim Moore and Becky Logan keep smil- 
ing in spite. 




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Coach Bobby Bowden, center, holds the plaque containing the names of foot- 
boll's most vaiuoble players each year. This year's winners, Bobby Jock- 
son, left, and Bon well Royal, right, were chosen the most valuable back and 
lineman. 




President Leslie Wright signs the lease for the new Pike 
house to be built on the campus. Ralph Gildewell and 
Beasley Williams, Pike Alumni, assist. 



Christian Focus Week services 
brought personalities from all walks 
of life to give inspiration and in- 
formation during the week of serv- 
ices. 




Each service was well attended and the crowd 
overflowed into the balcony. This group In the 
picture is obviously out of hearing range. 



FEBRUARY BROUGHT ... ICE 




RAIN 



Strong backs and weak minds were 
the hit of the day. 





During the month, the weatherman 
threw the record book away as the 
constant rains and ice shattered such 
records as largest hail stones (water- 
melon size), most days of rain ("forty 
days and forty nights" — now we know 
how Noah felt), and most rain fall 
(4,592,001 gallons and 4 oz. in one 
hour.) 




Varsity Debaters ran away with the Florida State Tournament, doubling 
the score of 2nd and 3rd place schools. Left to Right; Holder, Rags- 
dale, Luther, Flynt, and Smith. 





Gail Hyle, cheerleader, beauty, leader, and friend, was killed 
coming back from the Huntingdon Invitational Basketball Tourna- 
ment. 




AND MORE RAIN!! 



Mr. Thomas Hicks, physics, helps the installation of 
the cyclotron in its new campus home. 



Charles Sims, right, gets the news of the races over the phone 



"THREE MEN ON A HORSE" 
The spring production ciO< o humble 
greeting cord writer, who had a 
talent for the horses, mixed up 
with some bookies. 



Ned Russell gives the horse the 
latest dope on the races. 




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The campus searched for the Best Dressed Female 
in a contest sponsored by Circle K, which really 
was a first-class service to the campus males. 

Football got into the act as Spring Training be- 
gan, and the first day's outfits included water wings 
. . . with all the water. 

The Colonial Dames presented prizes for histori- 
cal essays in chapel. 

David Lowe of C.B.S. brought complete camera 
equipment to listen to student orators in chapel, 
which was taken down on film . . . probably to be 
used as recruiting films for students . . . for Birm- 
ingham Southern. 

Student President Wayne Flynt won a Woodrow 
Wilson Fellowship in history. 

Spring sports began and the baseball team took 
Auburn University on their own field in one of the 
first games of the season. The track team found 
the running warmer in the Chattanooga Indoor 
Meet. 

New cheerleaders were elected for next year: 
Margie Goerner, Anita Funderburk, June Vinson, 
Ricky Harvey, Janette Young, Alice Herring, and 
Ruth Colley. 





President Leslie Wright and Dr. George Irons, History Deportment head, 
examine the announcement from Freedom Foundation of a George 
Washington medal presented to Howard. 



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President Wright receives a $1,500 check from George Watt and C. I. Whif- 
aker, representatives of Internotional Horvestors Foundation, for the Alc- 
bomo Independent College Foundation. 



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CBS newsman David Lowe questioned Howard students during chapel dealing with such topics as job opportunities, segregation, and education- 
al facilities. The session was filmed to be used on a national program, "Portrait of a City." Students questioned were loquacious . . . 
but when aren't they comments were intelligent and open-minded. 




Pharmacy fraternity. Kappa PsI, members Alexander, Hatfield, and 
Gore present Pharmacy head Dr. W. R. Byrum with a guest book for 
the department. 



Upper right: The first guest to sign ihe book was Wilber Powers who 
spoke to the pharmacy student body. 



Right: A new campus organization. Kappa Mu Epsilon, math fraternity, 
was installed during the month. Holding the new charter are Mae 
Lynn Todd, vice president; Curtis Hart, president; and Dr. Williom 
Peeples, advisor. 







Almost but not quite ... a Howard Varsity Debate team of Helen Johnston, 
seated left; George Frey and Harold Holder, standing; and Paul Smith, 
not pictured; tied for first place at the M.S.C.W. tournament with Miss. 
Southern only to lose the trophy on speaker points. Coach Jo Luther is 
seated right. 



Basketball 
award to 
left. 



Coach Walter Barnes presented the most valuable player 
Clyde Frederick, right, and team captain, Jim Moebes, 





Hymn books for the new chapel continued to "sing" in being contributed by various churches 
and groups. Left to right: Myra Martin, Helen Huntley, and Dr. Sigurd Bryan, religion depart- 
ment, open up a new shipment of books. 

Howard sponsored a high school debate tournament. Wayne Flynt, standing, was tournament 
director along with Miss Nancy Jo Luther, and Mr. Allan Yeomans. (Actually this happened in 
February, but we couldn't make it fit . . . so here it is . . .) 



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vhile some draw . . . but the winner is the guy who thinks this all is funny . 



Finalists in the Best Dressed Contest get the latest advice 
from fashion magazines . . . Left to right: Bowles, 
Young, the winner Mildred Nelson; (Standing) C hod- 
wick. Brooks, Marrs, and Hayes. 




The Physical Education 
Easter Egg hunt for faci 




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Student elections arrived following Spring holi- 
days and the old soap box was dusted off . . . 
until class speaking was prohibited. 

Jim Norton's Whites won the intersquad game 
by whipping the Blues, 30-8. The track team skated 
to victory over Sewonee in 38 degree weather . . . 
with Julius Head winning both the 100 and 220 yard 
freezes . . . 

Dr. Henry Stroupe, director of graduate studies. 
Wake Forest College, spoke on topics dealing with 
the Civil War. He was sponsored by the Library. 

Student elections arrived . . . the political rally 
was packed ... as well as the ballot box . . . 
with 1,100 honest votes that is ... a record turnout. 

The workshop plays brought out the ham in 
many students who performed. 

Howard hosted an Invitational Track Meet with 
Mississippi College taking first place. Six teams 
competed. 

Sanford Colley won the runoff for president in 
student elections on a platform of "School Spirit." 
(not "spirits" but "Spirit.") 

President Leslie S. Wright announced that two 
new dormitories were to be constructed following 
a $750,000 loon by the Housing and Home Finance 
Agency of the Federal Government. 



MISS APRIL, Carol Long, welcomes spring ot lost by wcHing in the stream on the 
college Nature Trail. 




Male Chorus Director, Jack Rowe goes over plans for the Chorus's appearance 
on TV. Left to right: Johnny Glover, Joe Burt, and Don Snell, chorus officers. 



Harold Holder (no relation to the noble editor of this annual), learns the 
inside ropes to boiling water in preparation for on outdoor cooking doss 
taught by Home Ec. Dept. He was successful in burning his fingers . . . 



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Each year the Greeks assume leadership of the campus organizations 
to bring about closer co-operation between all groups. Here Kenneth 
Cove, Week's chairman, models his laurel branch for the week. Left to 
right: Elliott. Dean. Hodges, and Gardner. 




The Climax of the week was the crowning of the Greek goddess and god, 
who this year were Sora Hayes and Ray bo n Will Ingham, (How's everything 
of Mount Olympus . . . 



Each year student 
directors produce 
several plays with 
lay mo n actors performing. 
These are scenes from 
three ploys . . . 




WORKSHOP 
PLAYS 



Tommy Corr looks ot herself in a ploy of dual personalities 
a closer look at the mirror). 





Safecracker Charles Purvis gets the cold shoulder from 
Annie Nelson, while he poses as a plumber. 



Ned Russell puts Virginia Miller down on a violent 
argument over the Civil War . . . (he's probably 
a Yankee too . . . ) 



LIBRARY LECTURE SERIES 



The Library presented Dr. Henry Stroupe of Wake Forest who spoke 
on newspapers and the Civil War. 





Sigma Nu Commander Bill McNeil receives the O.D.K. scholarship cup 
for Sigma Nu having the highest overage for fraternities. O.D.K. 
President Bill Hornbuckle made the presentation. 



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Dr. Stroupe, right, points out items in a old newspoper to Wilbur 
Helmbold and Nancy Gibson prior to one of the lectures. 



Dr. Stroupe answers questions following his lecture on "Newspapers 
and History." 



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The Student Government elections 
this year whipped up more enthusiasm 
and interest than in the past few elec- 
tions with a controversial candidate for 
president coming in strong to win the 
primary and lose the final run-off. 
Many issues, debates, and a record 
1,100 votes were cost. 



Presidential candidates . . . Colley . . . Crook . . . and Tarter . 




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President Wayne TiynT held the polls . 



Decisions were tough to make . . . 







. . . but, oh, did we have lots of help! ! This is called 
"Community effort" . . . the guy voting is unseen for 
all the helpers . . . (nothing like individuality.) 



Finally . . . after a tough runoff . . . and 
two recounts the new officers were selected. 
Left to right: Treasurer Gary Wolfskill, Presi- 
dent Sanford Colley, Vice-president Raybon 
Willinghom, and Secretary Elaine Brooks. 




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New publication editors were selected . . . ENTRE NOUS, Carolyn 
Kendrick; CRIMSON, Catherine Bryant; and BULLPUP, Sylvia Smith. 



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SOME WENT IN . . . 

AND OTHERS WENT OUT . . . 



President-elect Colley receives congratulations 



. . . While out-going president, Wayne Flynt (center) goes into Vulcan's 
fish pond . . . where all good politicians . . . and engaged males go . . . 
Wayne is both . . . 





MISS MAY, Sue Morton, searches for her graduation gown as she looks to senior chapel 
and other graduation events. 




MAY 



May was kicked off with H-Day operating under the 
theme of the "Old South" which provided free food and 
contests for all. Anita Funderburke and Raybon Willing- 
ham were crowned Mr. and Miss Howard for 1960-61. 

Prediction of the August completion of the new addition 
to the gym was good news. (Now we can watch basket- 
ball games without looking around posts.) 

Five honor and recognition societies tapped fifty new 
members at annual tap day. 

The concert bond had its annual spring concert. 
Pharmacy presented twenty-three students with awards 
during their Honor's Day Banquet. Spring banquets dotted 
the calendar (actually they smothered the calendar.) 

Graduation saw 270 seniors get sheepskins after going 
to Senior Chapel, Candelight Dinner, Baccalaureate 
Sermon, President's Reception, and Graduation. 




Sara Hayes ponders the problem of selecting the best fraternity. Frot men 
reaching for the trophy are: Hobsen, Morlowe, Dollar, and Moyer. 



June Vinson and Ruth Colley moke sounds of music in preparation 
for the Howard Water Show. 



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H-DAY 




H-Day was considered one of the best end biggest. The climax was ihe pageant and the crowning of Miss and Mr. Howard. Here, Mary 
Lane Holland and Dale Landers carry out the theme of the dress for the day, "Old South." 




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Since, the year was o centennial of the Civil War, the 
group was rough on Carpet Baggers . . . (James Kelly 
and Tom McClendon rough up Ralph Hornsby.) 



. . . and Abe Linclon was assassinated. (Sonford Co! ley 
s shot by Johnny lee.) 




Elaine Brooks and Tom McClendon dress out in their 
best Confederate outfits for H-Day. {Note Colonial 
home in the background . . . actually it is the library.) 





Always a favorite, free food, was handed out 



Note how the mouths of the people fly open 
when their elbow is bent. 




Chester Swor was a special visitor and he autographed copies 
of his latest book for Eloine Brooks and studeni body president 
(?) Wayne Flynt, who is dressed for the occasion ... in his 
regular school clothes. 



Pie eating winner. Dee Harrison, finishes off th 
victory bite. 



H-Day committee members slaved long and hard to construct a life size Southern home which served as a stage for the 
crowning ceremonies. 



Miss Howard, Anita Funderburk, and Mr. 
Howard, Ray bo n Willlngham, start their new 
reigns . . . 



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Trident, highest scholastic organization for men, had the members pose for 
a picture. First row: {left to right) Dale, Walker, Halbrooks, Wheeler, 
Moore, and Flynt; Second Row: Peeples, Edwards, Irons, Hawley, Bailey, 
Wright, Helmbold, Holder, and Wintter. 



The Art Department sponsored an art show during May where work was 
offered for sale and just for viewing. Here Larry Tuck (right) getting advice 
from art Instructor, Charles Hand, is finishing a portrait to be shown. 




PHARMACY AWARDS 




Special service awards went to Hoyt Oliver, Charles McCollum, and Bill Brown. 



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Paul Crane, Anthony Rumore, and John McCarty, received scholastic and 
service awards. 



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President Wright and Mrs. Wright enter- 
toined the seniors at the President's Re- 
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enjoy the Wrights' hospitality. 




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Slowly they march into stadium 






The long black line marks the seniors' final showing. 




Graduation award winners with President Wright and 
speaker Dr. Harris (center) are: Gene Martin, William 
Hester Manly Award; Wayne Flynt, John R. Mott Cup; 
Mitzi Goerner, Gail Hyle Memorial Award; and Myralyn 
Frizzelle, Hypatia Cup. 




Dr. Rufus Harris, president of Merc- 
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OUR ADVERTISERS 



The Following merchants are friends of 
Howard College. There may be other 
nice people to do business with, but 
also let it be Icnown that it is the 
opinion of this office that there are 
none better! If there ore any . . . 
we just don't know who they ore. 



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Offictal publication of the Alabama 
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Phone FA 4-6555 

"Birmingham's Oldest Paper Company 
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Compliments of 



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Birmingham, Alabama 



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201 1 Third Avenue North 



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Books and Bibles of all Publishers 
Out of Stock Items Special-Ordered 



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934 Oxmoor Rood TR 1-4623 





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Compliments 


HOWARD STUDENTS 


of 

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Compliments 


From 


of 


Southside Baptist Church 


Dixie Sporting Goods Co. 


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Lamar Jackson, Pastor 


2101 3rd Ave. So. FA 3-7126 i 







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Minister of Music 

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Director of Youth Activities 



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and extend to you the warm word "welcome" that you might worship 
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9:40 a.m. Sunday School 

M ;00 a.m. Morning Worship 

6:15 p m. Training Union 

7:30 p.m. Evening Worship 



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the prayer that you will "take 
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Selected and Comprehensive Books of all 

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4605 Fifth Avenue South-Ph. WO 1-6168 
Now Serving hloward College through 
Student-Operated Branches in the 
Dormitories 



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501 - 3rd Avenue, South 
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Homewood, Alabama 

Reasonable Rates for Storage 
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"A Church Like Your Church at Horns" 

Hugh O. Chambliss 
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Min. of Education 



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Dorm life is a complex mixture of cluttered 
rooms (except on inspection day), bull sessions, 
shower parties, and little books. 

A dorm student sees college life close up as 
he lives a day by day, minute by minute, page 
out of the college catalogue. This little picture 
story is dedicated to the many dorm residents 
whose names are not in the Bullpup, the Entre 
Nous, or the Crimson, who did not win any 
honors, who came to Howard, studied and were 
graduated . . . and probably will make Howard 
proud one day. 



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. . . and we find stimulating conversations 
in every corner . . . 



some residents improve their muscles 
with exercises and weights . . . 







. . . Much time is spent waiting on a phone to call for Friday's 
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go back to work . . . 



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FURNITURE 

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3036 Montgomery Hi-Woy 
"The Best Milkshakes in Town" 



Since 1922 



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In Homewood 

Your Neighborhood Department Store 

2818 South 18th Street 
Homewood, Alabama 



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COMPANY 



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"MISS ENTRE NOUS" 
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serve such wonderful young ladies 
from Howard . . . and may 
■ we take ttiis opportunity to say 
"thanks" for your pat- 
ronage in the past and we sincerely 
^ hope that we may continue 

serving you with the best quality 
sportswear available . . . 




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2032 4th Ave. N. 

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Alterations 

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BANK • LIBRARY • SCHOOL • CHURCH • PUBLIC BUILDING 



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2013 First Ave., No. 



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We are Proud to have out- 
fitted your Male Chorus in 
their New Blazers. Let us 
assist your organization. It 
is always a pleasure to 
serve Howard Students. 



2416 Canterbury Road 
Mt. Brook Village 




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PETER'S &SIKES 
SHOES 

"Pedwin Shoes For Young Men" 

2920 South 18th Street 
Homewood 

'Free Telephone For Howard Students' 



Complimenls 
of 

JIM and JIM'S 



Homewood, 



Alabama 



IT'S REALLY TRUE 

You do receive 

one day service 

on 

shirts and cleaning 

at 

SHIELDS 

Finer 
Cleaners 

owned and operated by Joe Hicks 

1922 29th Avenue South 

Homewood 




Joselle's 

FLOWERS - GIFTS 



Hallmark Cards 

Phone TR 9-4601 2935 So. 18th St. 

Homewood 



The Valley's Newest and Most Modern 
Barber Shop 







PLOTT BARBER-SHOP 

In 

Homewood 

"Specializing in Flattops" 



PIG TRAIL INN 

Drive-In Restaurant 

Specializing in 

Catering Service 

TR 9-9285 281 1 S. 19th Place 




Another satisfied Howard Coed 



THE VOGUE 

'Howard Coed Fashion Headquarters" 



SENIOR ACTIVITIES 



HAYWOOD L. ADKINSON - Sigma Nu Fraternity; Koppo 
Phi Koppo ; Student NEA; Inter-Fraternity Council. 

LARRY ARMSTRONG - Circle K; Brotherhood; Ministerial 
Association; B.S.U. Executive Council; Sophomore Sen- 
ator; Mosquers; Religious Drama Giuld; Alpha Phl Ome- 
ga; Intramural AH-Stor Basketball Team. 

MARCIA AULD - S.N.E.A.; A.C.E,; Homecoming At- 
tendant; Who's Who in Americon Colleges; Favorite in 
Entre Nous; B.S.U. Greater Council. 



JIMMY RAY GLOVER - Male Chorus; English Club; 
Alpha Phi Omega ; Kappa Phi Kappa ; Pi Koppo Alpha. 

MITZI GOERNER - Chairman Concert Lecture Series; 
Cheerleader; Hypotio; Student Dean; Crimson Staff; 
Who's Who; Pi Delta Phi; French Club; BSU. 

JULIA ALICE GRANADE - Mojorette; Alpha Delta Pi.- 
Pan-Hellenic; Miss Howard Court; Miss Homecoming 
Court; Tou Beta Sigmo; Sigma Nu Sweetheort; Who's 
Who in American Colleges. 



TOMMY McLENDON — Student Government Association; 
Senior Class Senator; Koppo Phi Koppo; BSU Choir; 

Brotherhood; Dornn Counselor. 

ANN GAYLIA O'BARR - Crimson Staff; Alpho Lambda 
Delta; Ushers Club; Religious Drama Guild; Hypotio; 
Entre Nous; A.W.S.; Spanish Club; Press Club. 

KATIE JEAN PARNELL - S.N.E.A.; BSU; Ushers Club; 
Pi Delta Phi; Sigma Tou Delta; Koppo Del to Epsilon; 
Koppo Delta Pi; Phi Alpha Theto; Hypatia, 



MARION VIRGINIA BIDDLE - Ushers Club; Spanish 
Club; Sigma Delta Pi; Religious Drama Guild; Masquers; 
The to Alpha Phi; Crimson Staff; Press Club. 



JORDAN HAIRSTON - Alpha Delta Pi; Panhellenic Coun- 
cil; Cheerleader; A Cappello Choir; Spanish Club; Sigma 
Delta Pi; Ushers Club. 



BOB POWELL - Junior Class Pres.; Kappa Koppo Psi; 
Crimson; Head Resident, Men's Dorm; Sigma Tou Delta; 
BSU Choir; Omicron Delta Kappa, 



JANET BISHOP - Student Deon; A Cappello Choir; 
Dorm Council; Delta Omicron; Who's Who in American 
Colleges; M.E.N. A.; Alpha Delta Pi; Ushers Club; Young 
Musician's Association; Mu Alpha Chi. 

ELIZABETH MACON BLACKWELL - French Club; West- 
minster Fellowship; Workshop Play Director. 

RONALD JOE BREWER - Student Government Association; 
Omicron Delta Koppo; Sigma Nu; Koppo Kappa Psi; Kap- 
pa Phi Koppo ; Circle K; Entre Nous Staff; Masquers; 
Religious Drama Guild; Band; Student NEA; Jr. IFC; 
BSU Greater Council; Who's Who Among Students in 
American Colleges. 

CHARLOTTE BURNS - Phi Mu Sorority; Eto Epsilon; 
"Miss Home Economics"; Koppo Delta Epsilon, 

GEORGE M. BURROUGHS - Footboll; Baseball; H-Club; 
P.E. Majors Club; Tri Beta; Ministerial Association; All- 
Star Softball; H-Days. 



RICHARD HAMLERICE - Tou Koppo Alpha; I.F.C.; Wes- 
ley Foundation. 

JO ANN HAMILTON - S.N.E.A.; Phi Alpha Theto; Pi 
Gommo Mu, 



GLORIA JEAN HAYES - Bond; Tou Beta Sigmo; A,W,S,; 
Dorm Counselor; Kappa Delta Pi; Kappa Delta Epsilon, 
American Childhood Educotion; S.N.E.A.; Miss Home- 
coming Court; Who's Who; Hypofio; Senate; Miss Howard 
Court. 



HAROLD HOLDER - Koppo Phi Kappo; Tou Kappa Alpha 
Press Club; Kappa Kappa Psi; Assistant Editor of Crim 
son; Editor in Chief of Crimson; Editor of Entre Nous 
Varsity Debate Team; Tou Kappa Alpha; B.S.U. Choir 
Phi Gamma Mu; Phi Alpha Theto; Trident; O.D,K, 
Alpha Phi Omego- 



MILDRED HOLEYHAN - Lambda Kappa Sigmo; A. Ph. A.; 
W.S.G,A, 



JAMES DONALD RAGSDALE, JR. - Debate Team; Tou 

Kappo Alpha Masquers; Phi Alpho Theto; Sigma Tou 

Delta; Alpha Phi Omego; Omicron Delta Koppo; Tri- 
dent; Who's Who. 

BARBARA NUNN - Eto Epsilon; Women's Dorm Coun- 
cil; Koppo Delta Epsilon; Kappo Delta Pi; B.S.U. Choir. 

JIM READING - Alphi Phi Omega; BSU; Kappo Phi 
Kappo; Who's Who in American Colleges. 

NORMAN RICE - Stgmo Nu; Koppo Phi Koppo; Circle 
K; S.N-E.A-; Baseball Lettermon; "Ugly Man." 

NED RUSSELL - Sigmo Nu; Mr. Howard Finalist; Mos- 
quers; Religious Drama Guild. 

MARIE SALAMONE - Newmon Club; SNEA; Beta Sigma 
Omicron; Greek Goddess; A.W.S. Service Award. 

PATRICIA ANN SCOTT - Chapel Choir; Mu Alpho Chi; 
Ladies Chorus; Press Club; Ushers Club; Crimson Staff. 



NELDA CHADWICK - Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; Pon- 
hellenic; Tou Kappa Alpha; Koppo Delta Epsilon; Mas- 
quers; Miss Entre Nous; Varsity Debate Team; Who's 
Who in American Colleges; Crescent Girl Lambda Chi 
Alpha. 

TOMMIE ELLINGTON - Beta Sigma Omicron; Spanish 
Club; Crimson Staff; Senior editor Entre Nous; S.N.E.A.; 

A.C.E.; Ladies' Chorus. 



BETTY FALLIN - S.N.E.A.; Amercion Childhood Educa- 
tion; Kappo Delta Epsilon; Eto Epsilon; Hypotio; Who's 
Who; Koppo Delta Pi. 



MYRALYN FR1Z2ELLE - A'--, Lambda Delta; B.S.U. 

Choir; Cheerleaders; Beta Su\ Omicron; Ponhellenic; 

Sponish Club; Kappa Delta - Koppo Delta Pi; 

Hypotio; Who's Who in Amei 'l--ges. 

MARIRENE GARCIA - Beta Sigmo Omicron; S.N.EA.; 
Hypotio ; Ladies' Chorus; Ushers CI'..' ■ Spanish Club; 
Entre Nous Staff; Bull Pup Stoff. 



SYLVIA HOPPER - Hypotio; Koppo Delta Epsilon; Koppo 
Delta Pi; A.C.E.; SNEA; Usher's Club; Dorm Council; 
Student Dean; Phi Alpha Theto. 



CAROL HOWARD - SNEA; Kappo Delto Pi; Kopo Delto 
Epsilon; Koppo Pi; Colonial Domes Essay Award; W.l.A. 



SARA KAYE KENNAMER - Ponhellenic; W.l.A.; Press 
Club; Eto Epsilon; Phi Chi Theto ; Service Day Award; 
Delta Zeto. 



NORMA JEAN LITTLE - Sigma Tou Delta; Tou Beta 
Sigmo; Ushers Club. 



DAPHANE G. MORGAN - Major, Elem. Educotion; 
Minor, Social Studies. 

JOE WHEELER McDADE - BSU; SGA; Circle K; O.D.K.; 
Who's Who; Alternate Mr. Howard, Sponish Club; Mis- 
sion Band. 



AMY SELF - Phi Mu; Koppo Pi; A.C.E.; S.N.E.A; Ushers 
Club; Crimson Staff; Ladies' Chorus. 

BETTY SENTELL - S.N.E.A.; Govel Club; Eto Epsilon; 
Entre Nous; A.W.S,; Aword Service Doy. 

ELAINE SHADRICK - W.C.V.A,; SNEA; Summer Mis- 
sionory, 

MARIAN STEWART - Phi Mu; Crimson; Ushers Club; In- 
ternational Relotions. 

MARTHA A, SUTHERLAND - Who's Who; Hypotio; A 
Coppello Choir; Delta Omicron; Miss Congeniality; Kappa 
Delta Epsilon; Alpha Delta Pi; SNEA; American Child- 
hood Education Association. 

EVELYN THOMPSON - Alpha Delta Pi; Eto Epsilon; Tau 
Beta Sigmo; Masquers; Ushers Club; Entre Nous Staff. 

M. SHIRLENE THOMPSON - Phi Chi Theto; Koppo Delta 
Epsilon; Ushers Club, 



(NOTE — These were the only names submitted to ENTRE NOUS.) 



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