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SAMFORD UNIVERSITY 

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For his dedication, loyalty, and devotion 
to the University, we dedicate this anni- 
versary Entre Nous to Academic Dean 
Dr. John A. Fineher. 




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ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY 



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President 

Leslie S. Wright 




Mrs. Leslie S. 
Wright 




The Board of Trustees 




Seated: Joseph W. Averv, Samuel Granade, Thomas D. Russell, George Bagley, Hilliard Felton, Milton Brooks, Peyton A. Eubank, Oscar A. 
Davis, James C. Stivender, Reed Polk, Alvis G. Briscoe, Leo Bashinsky, Major W. Espy, Gordon Welch. 

Standing: Leslie S. Wright, Frank P. Samford, Sr., Ralph Norman, Selden Sheffield, John Pittman, Lamar Jackson, H. H. Grooms, Mrs. 
Clarence E. Rice, Orlando Ogle. Arthur Mead, A. Gerow Hodges, John Will Gay, J. Theodore Jackson, H. Grady Ketchum, Charles W. 
Gross, Harry Brock, Jr. 






ADMINISTRATION 




JOHN A. FINCHKR 
I >ean of the I niversit\ 





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Dean "I Students 



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L. C. GUENTHER 

Registrar 




MAJOR HARWELL G. DAVIS 

Chancellor of the University 




H. EVAN ZEIGER 
Business Manager 



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ADMINISTRATION 



GILBERT GUFFIN 
Dean <•! Religion 





JOE DANIEL 
I Studenl 

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Director of Studenl Religious 




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II \W\A MARTIN 
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GEORGE HUDSON SMITH 

Director of Public Relations 



F. WILBUR HELMBOLD 

Librarian 



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MICHAEL WHITE 

Auditor 





K. O. HUGHES 
Purchasing \genl 




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School of 



Busi 



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Hie principal objective ol the School of Business is to 

iziw the students tht> background ol basic education 
which will enable them to take advantage of their abilities 
in rising to high positions in commerce and industry. In- 
cluded in the curriculum, for those who major in am of 
the areas of business administration, an- studies in (1) lib- 
eral arts, (2) basic business courses and (3) professional 
specialization. The basic business course requirements of 
the school pro\ ide a broad know ledge of business funda- 
mentals and the operation of the economic system. The 
breadth ol know ledge [>ro\ ided in these course- open- the 
door- ol opportunit) in main areas of business and indus- 
try. Professional specialization prepare- the student in a 
particular held so that he ma) meet the job demands for 
specialized knowledge in an area that interest- him. 




WILLIAM D GEER 

Dean, D.H. V. 1 niversih "I Indiana 




EVERETT G LEMERON, \l - - • ge Pcabod) College; Kl I III BR^ VNT, Ph.D University ol Vlabama CHARLES V LANGDON Ph.D., 

L'nivi ' bama; MELVIN \K SMITH Ph.D., Ohio State Universit) Not pictured: LERONZO T REEVES, Ph.D., Northwestern Universi 

IRS vVYNELLE D IACKS, M.A., University ol Mabama; RALPH I ROZELL, M.A University ol Vlabama 



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JAMES E. SHARMAN 
Chairman, A.M., Peabody College 



Division of Health, 
Physical Education, 
Recreation 



The Physical Education Division aims to develop and 
maintain the physical health of the individual, and train 
students for professional performance in health, physical 
education and the allied fields through one or more of the 
seven areas of instruction. These include the required 
physical education program, the adapted program, the 
professional program, the extension program, the in- 
tramural program, the intercollegiate athletic program, 
and the corrective therapy program. 




JOHN II. Kl>\\ \RDS, M.A., University of Maryland; JOHN T. HAYWOOD. JR., M.S.. I niveristy of Vlabama; LELA WNK HKF.W ER, B.S., 
Howard College; MONA WASHBURN, B.S., Howard College; \\ VII I WILLOUGHBY, M.S.. University ol Maryland; IOHN III 
ARMSTRONG, M.A., University of Alabama; \\ U NE GRl KB. B.S., I niversity oi Te ssee; \\ II I I \M C. HYDE, B.S., Samford I niversih 



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Division of Humanities 




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Department of English 



The Departmenl "I English seeks i<> teach students to 
develop a mature understanding "I the values <>l lit- 
erature, and to usr the tools ol language with -kill 
and efficiency. 



M STIN C. DOBBINS 

Head, Ph.D., I niversih of North Carolina 




\\\ II. HARVEY. \l \ . Vanderbill University; PAULINI I POWELI M.A., Bayloi University KATHRYN GREEN M.A., University ol 

Vlaliama PATRICIAN BEATTY. M.A University of Alabi FRANCES \T HILL, M. A Birmingham Southern FRANCES \K OWENS, 

\l \ . I nivrrsil) ol Mabama; MARTHA P. BROWN. M.A., I nivcrsit) ..I Vlabama; RAY M \ 1 1 HISON, I'll I > .. link, I niversily; IOS1 I'll I 
KING. Ph.D., Columbia Universil ME RR ITT I WHITMAN, M. A., University of Pcnnsylvi -Willi |. MITCHELI M.A Univcrsityol 



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Department of Foreign 
Languages 

The Department of Foreign Languages endeavors t«> pre- 
pare students to read, write, pronounce well. and. insofar 
as possible, to speak the respective six languages taught. 




Will lilt; II WVLLY 

Head, Ph.D.. Sorbonne 




EBERHARD SCHACHTSICK, M.A., University of Berlin: MAX GARTMAN, M.A.. University of Alabama: GRACE WEEKS. Ph.D.. 
Inter-American University: ROBERT C. VANSWORD, Ph.D.. University of Lwow; MYRALYN F. ALLGOOD. M.A.. University of 
Alabama. Not pictured: HUL-CEE M. ACTON. Ph.D., University of Wisconsin; GETRUDE K. FOWLER. M.A., Columbia University 



Department of Speech 
and Dramatic Arts 

The Department of Speech and Dramatic Arts helps the 
student develop the essentials of speech for every dav 
conversation, and provides dramatic speech training for 
the artistic-minded student. 



HAROLD HUNT 

Head, M.A.. University of Alabama 



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BARBARA HI NT, M V. I diversity of Alabama; LINDA H ML \1 \ 
1 diversity <i! Uabama 



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MRS CI II I ORD WILDER 
Head, \ At . < lolumbia 



Department of Art 



The Art Department has a three-fold purpose: t<> pre- 
pare -tut lent- professionall) in the field "l art, to pro- 
vide students media ol self-expression through art, 
and to teaeli students to enjov and appreciate art. 




I AMI \\ II SON, M.A., 1 niversit) ol Vlabama; III II M \ WOOD"V PRITCHETT, M.S., Samford 1 niversity; I I )\\ II I \ VNN, 
Ml V, University ol Alabama; CM A HI. KS HAM). M.A.. University ol Vlabama 



WILLIAM S BAXX1 R 

Head, Ph.D., Iowa State I niversity 



Department of 
Journalism 



die Department of Journalism has a responsibility to 
train it 1 - students i<> be \n<II qualified and lulK aware 
in then work. 



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Division of Music 



The Music Division can reach the students who are 
planning to make music their profession, to teach 
music, to prepare them in the study of sacred music 
or to create the understanding of its beauty for those 
who choose it as an avocation. The Music Division 
not only extends to this campus but to other cam- 
puses and churches in various towns plus some for- 
eign countries. 




GEORGE W. KOSKI 

Chairman. Ed.D., Columbia Universit) 



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Seated: ROBERT DEAN. M.M.. Rochester: J \MES F. MABRY. III. MM.. Universit) of Texas; DORILEE IGELSR1 D, MM.. I ni- 
versit) oi [owa; BETTY SUE SHEPHERD, MM.. I niversity of Alabama; ROSALIND REED. MM.. Indiana I niversity; III VNOR 
()l SLEY. MM.. Cincinnati Conservatory; NEWTON STRANDBERG, DMus., Northwestern; STEVE NELSON, MM., Bayloi I ni 
versity; \\ [TOLD Tl RKIEWICZ, M.A., Columbia; DOUGLAS IGELSRUD, MM., University of Iowa. Standing: L. GENE BLACK, 
M.A.,' University of Alabama: H AH in HUBS, D.M.A., University of Michigan. Not pictured: KATHLEEN S. MARTINSON. MAI. 
Northwestern I niversitv: HI SSELL II LI )GEH. M.S.M.. Southern Baptist Theological Seminars 



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Ill KM Kl \ McCI LLOI GH 
Head, Ph.D., I niversit) .it Pittsburgh 



Division of Natural Sciences 

Department of Biology 



The Biolog> Department aims to promote intellectual honesty in scientific endeavor; to 
promote through a complete ami unified curriculum in the field a practical under- 



standing ol the principles oi biology. 




TOM I DENTON, Ph.D., I niversit) ol \labama; WILLIAM MILLER, Ph.D., Vuburn; BEB1 |0 DORRIS, 
M. \ . I niversit) ol Alabama; WILLI \\1 II. Il<>\\ ELL, M.S., I niversit) oi Alabama; I Wll - I DOBIE, Ph.D., 
Tulane I niversit> . 



Department of Physics 




I \>\\ \l!li I ROBINSON 
Ph I). Pur.lur 



I In' Physics Departmenl assists the students in acquiring an understanding ol 
physical phenomena and the derivation ol the laws governing this phenomena. 




Whin M mililKH- Ph.D., Kansa BERNIS HANNAH, M.S., Florida State University 



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This department supplies students with basic math courses which are needed in every- 






day business life plus advanced courses for those students who want a career in engineer- 






ing, chemistry, and the teaching of math. 


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RURIC E. WHEELER 

Head, Ph.D., I niversit\ ol Vlabama 



CHARLES A. GREATHOUSE, Ph.D., Florida State University; WALTER S. BISHOP, M.S., University of Ar- 
kansas; JUDSON J. HART, M.A., University of Alabama; WILLIAM D. PEEPLES, Ph.D., University ..f Colora- 
do; AUBREY H. WHITE. R.E.. Auburn. Not pictured: MRS. ROBERT YEAGER. M.S.. University of 
Louisv il It- 



Department of Chemistry 



The primary purpose of the Chemistry Department is to provide thorough 
grounding in the comprehensive fields of Chemistry. It has a constant objective 
to develop appreciation of the scientific method, and its application to problems 
wherever encountered. 




ROBERT W. PILCHER, Ph.D„ I niversitv ol Missouri; I, EVEN S. II \ZKLCROYE,Ph.D.,« niversi- 
u ol Alabama; JERRY \\ . BARRETT, Ph.D., Baylor t Diversity; JOHN W. LOVIN, B.S., Auburn; 
ROBERT E. I) WILL. Ph.D., I niversitv oi Alabama 




JAMES II I VNGSTON 

Head, Ph.D., I niversih of North Carolina 



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Division of Social Sciences 



Department of History 
and Political Science 



The purpose ol this department is to presenl an accurate, stir- 
ring and well-balanced narrative oi the Graeco-Hebraic heri- 
tage oi contemporar) institutions, the foundations of the 
American \\ ;i\ <>l Life, and the development oi responsible ci- 
tizenship. 



i.l ORGl \ IRONS 

II. .„!. Ph.D.. Duke 1 niversih 




III \IO E. WHITE, Th.M., Sou, Baptist Theological Seminary; SARAH V. Gl VSS, M V., University ol Alabama; HUGH 
I BAH EY, Ph.D., I niversit) ol Uabama; FRANCES D II Will TON, M \ . I niversit) ol Georgia; M Mil M. \\ VSH- 
INGTON, M.A., Duke I niversity; DAVID M VESS, Ph.D., I niversit) ..I Manama. Nol pictured: WILLIAM PRAT1 
DAL1 II, Ph.D., Duke; I I I \ VLLEN, Ph.D., I niversit) ol Pennsylvania; I W W \l II 1 NT, Ph.D., Florida State I ni- 
versitv 



Department of Sociology 

I In Soi iolog) Deparlmenl is designed to meel the needs of 
students who plan to bei ome professional social leaders, such 
as lawyers, ministers, teachers, scl I administrators, jour- 
nalists, soi ial workers, directors of business and industrial en- 
li i|in-f ■-. personnel m leaders in various governmen- 
tal enterpi students who need an understanding oi soi i 
md <>l soi ial lone- sufficienl nol onl) for theii personal 
affairs hut to plan adequately foi ihe groups the) lead 01 ml In 
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ii \i:in i nn KINSON 

Hi id Ph D ' Peabod) College 



School of 
Education 

Department of Education 

The teachers of tomorrow are trained efficiently l»\ the School 
of Education. These teachers are given the best help possible 
in order to guide America's future citizens. Student teaching, 
a vital part of the School of Education, gives helpful needed 
experience. 



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ALTO L. GARNER 

Dean, Ed.D., I niversih of Kentucky 



MONNIE T. CHEVES, M.A.. Louisiana State; S. NATHAN STOTT. Ph.D.. University ...Alabama: 
BILL E. LUNCEFORD, Ed.D., Auburn; FRANCES CARTER. Ed.D.. University of Illinois: JOHN 
T. CARTER. Ed.D.. University of Illinois; I. FRED SIMMONS. Ph.D.. George Peabody College; M. 
ELIZABETH FORMAN, M.A., Columbia: SALLY LAMAR. M.S.. University of Alabama. Not pic- 
tured: B. LELTON COBB, M.A., University of Alabama; H. LINDY MARTIN, M.Ed., Auburn 



Department of Home Economics 





DOROTHY FI NDERBl KKE 
Head. M.S.. Universih ..I Alabama 



(.1 VDYS MONC1 S, M.S., Columbia 

BETTY HEALEY, M V. New York Universih 



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School of Pharmacy 



Current (rends indicate that the need for bright young phar- 
in.it \ graduates w ill continue. I he School oi Pharmacj makes 
available to students a professional education in subjects 
itial I" .1 successful practice of pharmac) and a cultural 
education w hich pro\ ides a greater understanding and appre- 
ciation of culture, values, and problems ol our society. 




WOODROV R K1 Rl M 
Dean, Ph.D . Ohio State 




II \N Ml \D hi \|',\U. Ph I) . Norlhwcuicrn I nivereitj STANLEY \ -I SINA, Ph D., I nivereit) ol Illinois; C I'M UK K I II Mil'. \1 S. 
I nivpi f)HN I \\ INTTER, Ph.D . I niversil) ol Florida 



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Division of Religion 
and Philosophy 



The Division of Religion and Philosophy provides thr student 
with an introduction to the studv of the Bible and the Chris- 
tian, Religion. It seeks to prepare the student for better lead- 
ership, and instructs on an undergraduate level students pre- 
paring for the ministry, or other church related vocations. The 
Division offers a major or minor in Religion designed to pro- 
vide the background for those wishing to continue theological 
studies. 



VERNON G. DAVISON 

Chairman, Ph.D., Southern Seminary 




LLOYD MOON, B.D., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; W. MABHY LUNCEFORD, Th.D., Southern Baptisl Theological Seminary; SIG- 
URD F. BRYAN, Th.D., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; LEE GALLMAN, Th.D., New Orleans Baptisl Theological Seminary; W. T. ED- 
\\ VRDS, JR.. Th.D.. Southern Baptist Theological Seminary: ARTH I H L. WALKKR. JR.. Th.D.. New Orleans Baptisl fheological Seminar) 



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The Alumni 




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SPORTS 



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Row 1. (left to right) Lucas, Agnor. Rav, Gruenwald, Cummings, Heron. Anderson, Richardson. 

Row 2. Riddle. Padgett, DeFreeze, Webb, Chambers, Biddinger. Busby, Colvin. 

Row 3. White, Burton, Ramsey, Lovette. Hamby, Easlev. Jackson, Walker. 

Row k Hall. Hatfield. Denham, Austin, Garrison, Barnes, Karr. Deason. 

Ron 5. McRae, J. Vaitis, Inman, K. Vaitis. Denham, Cra\. Hudson. 

Ron 6. Coaches Armstrong, Hyde, Grubb: Trainer Armstrong: Manager Martin. 




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Troy State 



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\ 24-yard pass pla) from Jim Lovette to Jimmj Jackson and Rex 
Keel ing's extra poinl gol Samford I niversit) a 1 H3 opening season 
w iii ci\cr Tro) State < lollege. 

- imford took an earl) lead marching 65 yards in eighl plays with 
quarlerhack Curtis Padgetl going ovei from the ll! yard line. Rex 
Keeling added the extra poinl to make the score 7-3. 

\fter I n>\ scored .i touchdown and another field goal, Lovette on a 
halfhack pass-run option passed i<> Jackson and Keeling added the 
P \ I lo ice (he game awaj . 

Il.iini.nl |. Garrison paced Samford ground gainers with 58 
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Samford 
Jacksonville St. 



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Samford University struck for four touchdowns through the air and held 
Jacksonville State College to 86 second-half yards to defeat the Game- 
cocks, 28-14, in Seibert Stadium. 

Samford quarterbacks Curtis Padgett and Jerry Colvin, both sopho- 
mores, teamed up for 223 passing yards and four touchdowns and Rex 
"Golden Toe" Keeling added all four PAT's to give Samford their second 
win of the season. 

Jacksonville scored first in the first quarter, but Samford came back to 
knot it at halftime as Padgett hit end John Easlev for a 21 yard score. Then 
in the third quarter the Bulldogs broke the game open with Padgett tossing 
to end Jimmy Jackson on a 25 yard plav, and then throwing a bomb of 53 
yards to wingback Charles Ramsey. Colvin settled the issue in the fourth 
quarter by hitting end Bob Masdon with a scoring pass. 





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Samford 


Jack 


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First Downs 




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11 


Yards Rushing 




90 




85 


Passes Completed 




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8-23 


Passes Intercepted 









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Fumbles 




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Yards Penalized 




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45 


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>rd 
Louisiana 



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Samford I niversity used a pair of second hall fumble recoveries setting up touch- 
downs and a tenacious defense to hand Louisiana College .1 L7-3 setback on the 
Bulldogs 1 firsl road trip ol the year. 

Samford scored firsl on Rex Keeling's 33-yard field goal in the second quarter. 
I ..Hi in 1 1 1«- third quartei < ..u \ Fleming recovered a fumble on the La. College 5 yard 

line, and even .1 5-yard penalty couldn't stop the detern ;d Bulldogs as Curtis 

Padgftl went over I nun I In- 10. Following .1 stalled Bulldog drive in the last period. 
I (nil n ii- Edwards recovered a fumble at the La. College 6 yard line. Three |>la\> later 
• 11 hit Jim I ,ovette for the score. 
Ke\ i<i the win was a Bulldog defense which ki-|>l La. bottled 11 1> .ill night. The de- 
led li\ Fleming, Edwards, Stan Denham, Johnm Webb, Lloyd Heron, and 
m\ Uambv. held l..i. to yards rushing and 55 yards passing. 
Samford showed the Wildcats a well-balanced ground game. Garrison, Charles 
Ram ■ lie. .mil |.u k H- Clayton were all equalh dangerous againsl th< ' ats 



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Guilford 



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Samford University rolled up a 20-0 lead, then fought off a determined Guil- 
ford College football team to gain a 20-7 win and its fourth straight win of the 
season. 

Samford quarterback Curtis Padgett ran and passed for 155 vards and two 
touchdowns as the Bulldogs upped their record to 4-0. Padgett passed 30 vards 
to end John Easlev for Samford's first score, and ran 13 vards for the 'Dogs' 
third tally. In between. Samford halfback Jim Lovette passed 25 vards to end 
Jimmy Jackson for points. Rex Keeling and Tom Bailev added an extra point 
each for the winners. 

Padgett gained 88 vards rushing in nine carries and completed five of ten 
passes for 67 yards. Halfback Jerry Garrison picked up 68 vards in 13 trips. 





STATISTICS 










Samford 


Guilford 


First Downs 




13 


21 


Yards Rushing 




209 


157 


Yards Passing 




96 


179 


Passes Completed 




7-14 


15-30 


Had Intercepted 







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Punts 




4-39 


4-36 


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\n old jinx and the big plaj combined to knock Samford I niversi- 
ty, last ol Alabama's unbeaten small college football teams, from unde- 
feated ranks. 

The jinx was Delta State College, whirl) has now beaten the Hull- 

dogs thn I the pasl seasons and -napped four-game win streaks two 

nl those years. Samford's loss dropped the Bulldogs' record to 1- 1 after 
the Dogs had moved up to No. L5 nationally in lasl week- \ \l \ na- 
tional ratings. 

The long pass plaj gol the I leltans a 1 1-7 lead alter Bulldog quarter- 
back Jerrj Colvin passed II yards to wingback Charles Ramsej for a 
second period score which tied the count, 7-7. 

During the third period Delta State increased their lead in 21-7. Hut 
Samford came back moments later as halfback Jim Lovette took a 
short Colvin toss and dodged and twisted 56 yards to another Bulldog 
Tl>. 

Colvin and Lovette were Samford's offensive heme-. Colvin com- 
pleted 6 of 10 passes for 10 1 yards in all. Lovette caughl <> passes foi 
109 yards, returned two kieknlls .">(> \ards and netted 20 yards rushing 
in eight tries againsl a stingy Delta line. 





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Sam ford 


Delta St. 


First Downs 




16 


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262 


48 


Yard- Passing 




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225 


Passes Completed 




9-27 


12-23 


Had Intercepted 




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4 


runts 




7-37 


7-38 


^ ards Penalized 




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82 



Samford 
Delta State 



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Samford 

SW Louisiana 



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Southwestern Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns parlayed a tight defense and two 
Gerald Landry field goals into a 6-3 win over Samford University's Bulldogs to 
give the 'Dogs a 4-2 season record. Samford's points came on a 22-yard field 
goal by kicking specialist Rex Keeling. 

The game which had been billed as an offense-filled contest with emphasis on 
passing developed early into a bruising defensive struggle. 

Samford gave the Cajuns 206 yards of offense, 185 of it on the ground, and 
12 first downs. The squads punted at each other 13 times, neither for spectacu- 
lar averages but both effectively enough to keep the opponent backed up. 

Keeling's kick culminated a sustained Samford drive in the second period. 
Lovette returned the kickoff after USL's goal to the Samford 30, and the 'Dogs 
took 10 plays to move to the five. Here, the Cajuns stiffened and Keeling split 
the uprights from the 12. Fullback Jackie Clavton gained 33 of the 65 yards in 
the drive by rambling off-tackle runs, and also caught a 12-vard pass from 
Padgett. 



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Yards Rushing 
Yards Passing 
Passes ( lompleted 

Intercepted b\ 

Punts 

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STATISTIC 


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Samford 


/ SI. 




6 


12 




67 


L85 




21 


;;i 




3-16 


2-1 1 




2 


2 




7-35 


7-31 




55 


46 



47 



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Mississippi Collei 



45 
21 



Samford I ni\ersit\ rolled to a 45-21 Homecoming Day victor) 
,ver Mississippi < lollep 1 n-hi ml the passing of quarterback Curtis 
Padgetl and a sting) defense. 

Padgetl passed for lime touchdowns and 157 \ards in all. hit- 
ting l'l "I L5 throws. Bulldog first-line defenders, meanwhile. 
held the Choctaws in check mosl ol the wa\ . gi\ing them only ( .)() 
yards "I offense and no points before retiring after three quarters. 

Padgetl passed six yards to end Jimmy Jackson for a second 
quarti i s< ore whi< h nave Samford a 24-0 half time lead. He came 
hack to hit Jack-cm on an 1 L-yard scoring toss and end John Kas- 
lej with a L3-yarder for points in the third period. 

Donnie Edwards got Samford -tailed toward victory, recov- 
ering a blocked Choctaw punt in the end zone lor the Bulldogs' 
firsl -■ ore. 

Halfback Jim Lovette scored on a three-yard run and end 
Tommy Cook on a 1-1-yard pass from quarterback Jerr) Colvin for 
Samford'a other tallies. Rex Keeling kicked six extra points and a 
rd field goal for the w inners. 





STATISTICS 










><ltllfnl,l 


Missis 


'l'l" 


College 


1 rsl Downs 


1 1 






i:> 


i nd- Rushing 


91 






1 3 1 


Yai ng 








166 


Passes ' lompleted 


1 \1\ 






10-31 


Total <Mf. rise 


327 






297 


Punting 


U37.5 






9-26.6 


IllteK r pi, (| 


2 






l 


1' iimhh - Lost 


1' 






(i 


Yards Penalized 


25 






18 




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Samford 
Carson-Newman 



13 
14 



Samford University's football Bulldogs did something they had not 
done since 1957 — allow Carson-Newman College two touchdowns — 
and the Eagles repaid the favor by turning a trick they pulled just 
about two years ago — upset Samford victory plans. 

Samford spent most of the night playing "catch-up," rolling up 445 
vards of offense in the process to try to overcome a 14-0 Carson- 
Newman lead. 

Jim Lovette was a one-man show as he set three individual game rec- 
ords in his first full-time shot at quarterback this Fall. The new marks 
were total offense (337 yards), yards passing (306 yards), and pass 
completions (19). He also added 31 yards in 14 carries. 

End John Easley caught five passes in all for 130 yards, while oppo- 
site end Jimmv Jackson snagged five for 67 and wingback Buzz Busby 
took four for 55. Fullback Jackie Clayton rambled 64 yards in 15 run- 
ning tries to pace the 'Dog ground game. 





STATISTICS 










Samford 


Ca rson-Newm a n 


Yards Rushing 






132 


98 


Yards Passing 






313 


63 


First Downs 






17 


8 


Passes Completed 






20-35 


7-17 


Intercepted bj 






1 


2 


Punts 






5-37 


9-41 




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Samford 
Furman 



17 

7 




San ilnn I I niversity's 1966 Bulldogs are the most successful passing 
team in the school s history. Bui <>n a Saturda) night in Greenville, 
S.C., a combination of tenacious defense and a bruising ground game 
broughl home one ol the Dogs biggesl wins in several years. 

< loach John \rmstrong's crew, which had scored 1 ■> "l it— !_? 1 touch- 
downs via the air | trior to Saturda) for a school record, defeated tough 
In i man I niversit) oi the Southern Conference, 17-7. 

Sa'mford's defense sel up both Bulldog scores, actuall) tall) ing our. 
\ 1 1 < I tin 1 Hulldoii ground game came up with the other \)"<j. TD and 
ground oul L93 yards a- Samford used a control-the-ball approach for 
the \\ in. 

Samford tackle Truetl Chambers blocked an earl) Furman pun! and 
recovered for the I logs first score. Sideback BuzzBusb) intercepted a 
second quarter pass and halfback Jem Garrison scored two plays 
later. Re> Keeling kicked both extra points, and added a fourth quar- 
ter Held goal "I ] , yards to h« -!| • seal the w in. The goal is a now Sam- 
ford distance record. 

The Bulldog defense, meanwhile, gave Furman onl) 78 yards on the 
ground and 1 2 1 upstairs. 



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STATISTK S 



Samford Furman 



I ii -I Dow n- 

Yards Rushing 
N ards Pa$ ing 
Pa i Completed 
Intercepted b) 
Punts 



17 


1 1 


L93 


78 


50 


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11-21 


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5-37 




Samford 
Florence State 



31 
31 



Samford University's football Bulldogs rolled up their largest output of 
offensive yards — 476 — this season last week-end, and all thev got for 
their trouble was a 31-31 tie at Florence State. 

But the Bulldogs didn't come away completely empty-handed. The 
standoff gave them a final 6-3-1 record for 1966, and in the process of 
amassing all that offense Saturday, the 'Dogs set a new season record for 
passing yardage. 

Sophomore quarterback Jim Lovette tossed for 164 yards versus Flor- 
ence. That performance gave Samford a total of 1517 air yards this Fall, 
and erased the previous record of 1504 set in 1960. 

Lovette also ran for 84 yards in 18 carries, scoring one touchdown on a 
one-vard plunge. Fullback Jackie Clayton ran for 89 yards in 14 tries, in- 
cluding scoring jaunts of 27 and one yards. Halfback Jerry Garrison picked 
up 83 yards in 14 carries, scoring on a two-yard dive. 

Rex Keeling kicked a 26-yard field goal and two Samford extra points, 
and Lovette passed to wingback Charlie Ramsey for a two-pointer for the 
Bulldogs. 







STATISTICS 


Samford 


Florence 




Firsl Downs 




27 


17 




Yards Rushing 




312 


191 




Yards Passing 




U)l 


191 




I'as>i> ( lomplcted 




LO-31 


10-15 




Punts 




5-43 


3-31 




Hfftraii 



Wk 




Coach John H. Edwards 




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< aptain, Jerrj Hill 



the team 




Most Valuable Player, Spunk Bryanl 




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SAMFORD I NIVERSrTC Bl LLDOGS 
1966-67 Basketball Statistics 



PLAYER 

Spunk Bryant 
Lonnie Minor 



Ga. 



24 
24 



fgaeg 



Pet. 



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R, 



298-1 1-1 
346-167 



. 183 

,183 



160-130 
93-38 



.813 
.624 



74 
218 



3.1 

9.1 



PtJ 



118 
392 



Vi 



17,1 
L6.3 



Jerr) Hill 

James Mc( la\ 



24 
20 



234-122 
154-77 



.521 
.500 



117-82 
151-91 



.701 
.603 



119 
185 



5.0 
9.3 



326 

2i:> 



1 3.6 
12.3 



Joe Sova 
Mike McKenzie 



13 
16 



151-66 
117-56 



. 137 
.479 



30-15 
28-19 



.500 
.679 



56 
37 



4.3 

2.3 



I 17 
131 



11.3 
8.2 



Gary Harrington 

Joe \\ illiams 



21 
21 



112-48 
96-47 



.429 
.490 



49-26 
33-17 



.531 

.515 



82 
79 



3.9 
3.8 



122 
111 



5.8 
5.3 



Paul Scott 
Dale Collins 



13 
12 



29-16 
21-8 



.552 
.381 



3-2 
7-6 



.667 
.857 



0.5 

0.8 



34 
22 



2.6 
1.8 



Wendell Hays 
Larry Rue 



0-0 
3-1 



.000 
.333 



2.2 
0-0 



1.000 
.000 



0.0 
0.7 



2.0 
0.3 



TEAM 



168 



7.0 



Samford Totals 
Foe's Totals 



24 

24 



1561-752 
1630-721 



.482 
.442 



673-448 
687-491 



.666 
.715 



1036 
1103 



43.2 
46.0 



1952 
1933 



81.3 
80.5 



1966-67 SINGLE GAME HIGHS 



POINTS 30 

FIELD GOALS 14 

FG ATTEMPTS 22 

FREE THROWS 15 

FT ATTEMPTS 17 

REBOUNDS 17 

POINTS 108 

FIELD GOALS 47 

FG ATTEMPTS 91 

FREE THROWS 32 

FT ATTEMPTS . 48 

REBOUNDS 74 



Jerry Hill vs. Delta State, Feb. 13. (13 FG, 4 FT) 
Lonnie Minor vs. VMI, Feb. 24. (21 FGA) 
Lonnie Minor vs. Alabama. Jan. 21. (7 FG) 
Spunk Brvant vs. Tulane, Dec. 3. (17 FTA) 
Spunk Brvant vs. Tulane, Dec\ 3. (15 FT) 
Lonnie Minor vs. Jacksonville State, Dec. 30. 



TEAM 



vs. Delta State, Feb. 13. (47 FG, 14 FT) 

vs. Delta State, Feb. 13, (91 FGA) 

vs. Delta State, Feb. 13. (47 FG) 

vs. Tulane, Dec. 3. (45 FTA) 

vs. Livingston State, Dec. 3. (15 FT) 

vs. Jacksonville State, Dec. 30. 



1966-67 RESULTS 



(Won-11) 



(Lost -13) 



SU 


90 


SU 


71 


SU 


104 


SU 


65 


SU 


68 


SU 


65 


SU 


88 


SU 


105 


SU 


84 


SU 


74 


SU 


93 


SU 


57 



Athens College 75 

So. Mississippi 76 

Tulane 102 OT 

Ga. Southern 68 

Delta State 73 

Miss. State 96 

Jax State 95 OT 

Livingston State 85 

Belmont College 65 

Term. Wesleyan 65 

Jax State 73 

Wittenberg 61 



SU 


65 


SU 


"89 


SU 


79 


SU 


85 


SU 


80 


SU 


69 


SI 


108 


SU 


74 


SU 


77 


SU 


81 


si 


82 


SI 


99 



Transvlvania 82 

Uabama 102 

Jax State 72 

So. Mississippi 05 

Mercer I ni\ersitv 73 

Tro) State 56 

Delta Slate 83 

Tro) Slate 75 

Athens College 88 

\ irginia Mililar\ '71 

I niv. ..I S\\ La 100 

I niv. of SW La 102 



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Left to right: 

1 si Rou ' "mim i . I [all, Frej . 

2nd Row: * ;■..»« 1 1 Hvde, Lav, Mims, Sinnott. 



samford "netters" 




ii: Ron Mims, Mosl \ 



Rieht: Coach Bill Hvde 



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Coach John Lee Armstrong 




Left to right: 

1st Row: Fincher, Lucas. Easley, Ramsey, Gamble, Andrews. 

2nd Row: Trainer Armstrong, Masters, Winkle, lfu~l>\. Barnes, 



Rizzo. Etheredge, ('.each Vrmstrong. 



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Left to right: Coach Martin, 1 1 idler. Price, Calhoun, Fitc. 



Coach Liinl\ Martin 



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GOVERNMENT 



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1966-67 Student Government Asso 



64 




ation 



The Senate 



Seated: Cheryl Alexander, Gary McAliK. Alan Kirk, Judson Jones, 
Hill Murrah, (president), Becky Van Hooser, Lee Gallman, Linda 
( Irawford, Ham Trawick. 

Standing: Sall\ Hvnic ('.haiolciic Stevens, Brtt\ Lou Jackson, 
l,arr\ Bolton, Claudia Lewis, John Whirley, Bohh\ Blakmev. \lik<- 
Cleckler, Jim Etheredge, Rodne) Fitzgerald, Cheryl Child-. Neal 
\\ ade, Larrv Jennings. 



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Becky VanHooser, Secretary 




Lee Gallman, Treasurer 



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Class Officers 



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SENIOR I I VSS OFFK ERS Seated: Pam Trawick, senator: Claudia Lewis, senator: 
Standing: John Whirley, senator; I .am Bolton, president; Bobb} Blakeney, senatoi 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFIl I RS Sealed I harolette 
Stevens, Benator; Hem I .m Jackson, senator. 
Standing Neal W ade, president; Mike 4 Heckler, senatoi 




JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Larry Jennings, senator: Chervl Childs. senator: Jim Etheredge. president; Linda Crawford, senator; Rod- 
ney Fitzgerald, senator. 



FRFSHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: Seated: Cheryl 
Alexander, senator, Sally Hvrne, senator. 
Standing: Alan Kirk, senator; Carv McAlily, presi- 
dent. 




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SGA 
Committees 




S-Day. Rodnej Fitzgerald, chrmn. 



I' ■: ■ II ■ ■ ' fill., |. -1|i- Sll 

' I. null. i Lewis, I 



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Freshman Orientation. 
Neal Wade, ehrmn. 




Parent- I 'as 

Jim Etheredge, ehrmn. 




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The Crimson 




The Crimson is the campus news- 
paper, published weekh from Sep- 
tember through May. 



\ii(K Collins 
Editor-in-chief 






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hi, ui. \\ hili head assistant • • i it. . r 



• >r I n< Medders, managing '-'lit' 




Gordon Ladner, Ben Rice, Spirts 




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Nancy Monroe, Greeks 



Ed Jackson. Business Manager 




STAFF: Jud) Gallman, Sheila Vnderson, l>.i\nl •. h, Elaine Hobson, Linda Hughes. 



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1 arol) n < crtlins. Ediloi 










Jov Cook. Assistant Editor 




Joe Pierce. Advertising Managei 



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Man <".ii\ and Linda Crawford, Classes. Judye Swindall and Melinda Robertson, Greeks 




Ml Mil". ii. i Sampson. Brenda Piki Karen Olson, Linda Hughes, Barbara Medlen 



76 





Elizabeth Nelson. Organizations. 



Dale Collins, Sports. 




v I \1 F: kinil\ Golson, Gineer 
Cooper, Kerrj Buekle\ lariist). 
Mar\ McKenzie. 



77 



Pensez 




Pensez is the university literal") magazine published twice annually. 

-I VFF Ken Wolfskill, Jill Wat kins, Ju<l\ Cadenhead, Martha Myers (editor), Linda Crowe, Tim Olive, Paul Pendley. 



Bull Pup 




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// I'n/i i.« I l.i. nli\ .mil ~iinl.nl-. published annualh 

SI \l I I miiU (...I-.. n. 1,1 Wheelei (business manager). Diaw Whitehead (editor). 



Publications Board 




Carolyn Collins, And) Collins. Dr. Arthur Walker, Dr. \^ illiam Baxter, Dr. W. T. Edwards. James Pearson, Cher\l Quids. (Absent: Diane White- 
head, Martha M\ers. Ed Wheeler.) 



The Publications Board is composed of the editors and business managers of publications, the publication advisor, 
the Dean of Students, another faculty member, and one senate member. 



79 



ncert and Lecture 



Homecoming 





Tie MilchH Trio 




80 




S-Day: The Association 




Lecturers bring the word 




82 




ACTIVITIES 



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Bulldogs hum the Choctaws 



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Faculty Forum 



i In ils second season. Facult\ Fo ruin featured lectures b) Sam- 
ford professors for their colleagues — and a generous sprin- 
kling of students and oilier visitors. Speakers and their topics- 
included: 

Dr. David M. \ ess. Histon: \ ( Consideration ol Revolution 
in the West" 



Dr. James Dobie, Biology: "Evolution" 



Prof. Frank Donaldson. Law: "(Constitutional Rights of 
(Criminal Suspects" 

Prof. Keith Bryant, Business: "The New Economics" 

Dr. William S. Baxter, Journalism: "The Effects of Mass 
! Media on Youth" 




Symposium, Prof. Max Gartman. French, and Dr. Lee Gall- 
man, Religion and Philosophy: "Impact of Existentialism on 
Modern Thought" 




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Mr., Miss Samford 




Alternates Jim Etheredge, Dianne Hooton with 
winners. 




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The Art: 



Inn! - [ii theatre mentor, Harold Hunt, his task 

oupe of fresh voung dramatic talents, led his 
Masquers through liveh performances of Thornton Wilder's 
and Eugene lonesco's "The Bald Soprano." 






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98 





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Emily Golson, Dale Collins 




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Miss Joy Cook 




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Judye Swindall 





second alternate 

Patricia Young 



119 



State Politics 





A rip-roaring political year in the state, and 
Samford students heard the candidates bid 
for their votes — those who had them - 
then heard the returns on election night. 





. . . And the campus kind 



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Alpha Delta Pi 



President lanice Hill 

Pledge Trainer Phvllis Davis 

Hush Chairman Linda Crawford 

Recording Secretary Barbara Bolen 

Corresponding Secretary Nanc) Bell 

Treasurer Nanc\ ( lole 

Historian Ruth Sizemore 

Not Pictured: M. Penter 



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Vice President Janet Davis 

Secretary Pain Paschal 1 

Treasurer Ann Irwin 

Pledge Trainer Trisha Johns 



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President ludye Swindall 

First Vice President Jane Ann Pinson 

Second Vice President Elaine Marsh 

Recording Secretary Pat Keal) 

Corresponding Secretary Carol Goodwin 

Treasurer Diane Phares 

Not Pictured: P. Kealy, P. Stripling, J. Swindall. 



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President, Susan Litwiller; Pledge Sweetheart. Pat Miller 

Phi Mu 

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Vice President Sherry Deems 

Secretary Diane VUiitehead 

Rush Chairman Pam Trawick 

Pledge Chairman Tina Hash 




\ni Pictured: K. Bruce, T. Vining, L. Cronenberg, H. Whitehead, C. Collins. 



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President, Man Johnson; Sweetheart, Charles Whiir 



Zeta Tau Alpha 

President Man Johnson 

First Vice President Marilyn Parker 

Second Vice President Nancv W right 

Recording Secretary Martha Muring 

Corresponding Secretary lohnm Hollev 

Treasurer Brenda Yarnell 



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\ ice President Bavne Smith 

Secretary Larry Tatum 

Treasurer Butch Bowman 

Pledge Trainer Owen Presle) 

Rush Chairman Mian Williams 

Nol Pictured: I. Vlbrecht, J. London, \1. Newton, 0. Presley, I.. Reidinger, M. Smith, S. Smith, L. Tatum. 



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Pi Kappa Alpha 

President Norman Robv 

Vice President Paul Albano 

Treasurer Alan Benson 

Secretary Fred V'eenschoten 

Pledge Master Bruce Jowers 

Pledge Trainer Bob Buonauro 



No) Pictured: M. Burkett, R. Collier, T. Cook, R. Grace, J. Grunwal, M. Hand. S. Hooten,D. Knott, K. Peters. B. 
Proctor, N. Robv, D. Smith. P. Starr. F. Veenschoten, J. Webb. L Wilson. 



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Archon, Jerry Matthews; Sweetheart, Pam Paschall 

Pi Kappa Phi 

Archon Jerry Matthews 

Warden Mifton Wilder 

Secretary Billy Armstead 

Treasurer Wayne Cofield 

Historian Henrv Yeackle 

Chaplain Larrv Bolton 



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Not Pictured: D. Baker. J. Barnes. G. Benefield, D. Bickers, C. Campbell. M. Clifton. R. Connors, I. Dailey, B. 
Ford, S. Griffies, L. Hilliard, I. McdoudJ. MaddoxJ. Matthews. J. Nails. C. Padgett, H. Roberts, K. McCord, C. 
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Sigma Nu 

Commander Rodney Hovater 

Lt. Commander Bob Calhoun 

Secretary Michael Moore 

Treasurer Rick Carroll 



Not Pictured: D. Anderson, R. Blake, T. Blalock, R. Carroll, J. Colvin. I. Dickey, J. Hatfield, B. Huey.G. Ladner, 
R. Lay, C. Mac-Arthur . L McJunkin.T. Norton. G. Parker. J. Rodgers. F. Rushing. R. Scott. .1. Sova, C. Tayloi 



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The Fraternity 
Spirit 




Panhellenic 




Dean Margarel Sizemore 
Ad\ isor 



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LENIC CREED 



\\ e, the fraternity undergraduate members, stain 
ood scholarship, for the guardians ol goo< 
health, for wholehearted cooperation with our col 
lege's ideals for student life, for the maintenance o 
fine social -i.uhI.imI-- and the serving, to the besl o 
our ability, our college community. Good college cil 
izenship in the larger world of alumnae days is t h> 
ideal thai shall guide our chapter activities. We of th< 
Samford I niversit) Panhellenic believe in uphold 
ing Christian ideals and opportunities for Christian 
sen ice. 



PANHELLENIC OFFICERS 

President Katherine Stephens 

\ ice President Carole Colburn 

Recording Secretan Marilyn Parker 

Corresponding Secretar) Sara Jim Marrs 

Treasurer Gail Daniel 



Interfraternitj Council consists of representatives from 
ol Samford s four social fraternities. This council work- 
in co-ordinating Greek -oriented events on campus and gov- 
erns the activities ol the four member groups. 

I rati i nities have been a part of Samford's campus life for 
over 85 years, and are now an integral part ol the campus in 
every phase ol college life. 

Fraternities encourage good scholarship, leadership, devel- 
opment ol the individual, social life, and urge members to 
participate in othei campus activities and organizations. 



I.F.C. 




Dr. Vrthui L Walker 
\il\ isor 



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Beverly Belcher 



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Beauties 



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Sondra Scotl 




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The Pageant 




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CUMBERLAND SCHOOL OF LAW 



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l.\\\ SCHOOL \D\ [SOR^ BOARD 

Charles B. Arendall, Jr Mobile 

I. Edgar Bowron Birmingham 

Lee C. Bradley, Jr Birmingham 

Harwell G. Davis Birmingham 

Jefferson Davis Atlanta, Ga. 

H. H. Grooms Birmingham 

'I'm man M. Hobbs Montgomery 

John J. Hooker Nashville, Tenn. 

J. Clarence Inzer, Jr Gadsden 

Frank P. Samford, Jr. Birmingham 

Frank E. Spain Birmingham 

Richard J. Stockham Birmingham 

Andrew J. Thomas Birmingham 

James A. Simpson Birmingham 



DEAN \KTI11 R \. WEEKS 
LL.B., University of Alabama. 
I.L.M.. Duke I niversitv 




l.au Faculty: ASSISTANT DEAN FRANK W. DONALDSON. LL.B.. Lnivn-.iv <.l Mal.ama: < I \l DK K. BWkLSTLR. LL.B.. University ol Uabama; 
(II NULL-. COLL. .1.1).. Cumberland Law School; JAMES M. ROBERTS. LL.B.. University ol Wyoming, I.L.M.. Northwestern I niversitv; WALTER D. 
>o\\ \. LL.B.. Duquesne I niversitv; CHRIS 11. DOSS. M.S.L.S., Drexel Institute of Technology; LOREN J. Bl LLOCK, LL.B.. Ubanv Law School; WIL- 
LIAM D. ROLLISON, LL.B., Indiana University, LL.M., Harvard I niversitv;J \MLS L. Ill GHES. LL.B., University ol Virginia. Not Present: MRS. JANTE 
L. SHORES, LL.B., I niversitv ol Uabama; RICHARD II. \\ VDE, LL.B.. University of Alabama; JOHN J. COLEMAN, LL.B.. University of Uabama. 









Law Faculty: JI DLL STEPHEN B. COl EM UN. II IV. I niversitv ol Uabama, Referee in Bankruptcy; II DGE I Rl SSE II Mil IJiO . II B.. I niversitv 
..I Uabama, Circuil ludge of thi tenth Judicial Circuil ol Uabama; II DGE W ll.l.l \M F. SPENCER, LL.B., Cumberland I niversitv. 



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Standing: John (..-.m: TTiomas Deas; < lerald Can us; Wavne Martin; Bill Haney, Vssislant Editor, 1 ( )67: Emmetl U)doney; John Higgins; John Taylor; Gei 

\\ irwahn: Jerr\ Bartlett. 

Seated: Charles Smith, Jr., Norman Winston, Editor, l ( K>7: Hen Strand, Editor, 1 ( «>0: Professor Claude Bankester, Faculty Advisor. 



LEGAL WRITING AND RESEARCH ASSOCIATION 

The purpose ol i h is organization shall be to encourage scholarship, to promote skill in legal research and writing, and in 
render services to the Alabama Slate Bar Association and its members. 




Standing Emmeti \l«l a, \ssislanl Editor; William Woodward, Assistant Editor. 

■ </ I mi Kennev. \--i-i.ini Editor: \\ ilh.nn Uanev, Editor; Darrvl Webb, \- -i lanl Editor. 
\1> Mil- 1- iml 1 1 ii 1 1 ii i-i I I m 1 1 ii Srarrv. loAnm Eumer, Don Fendon, Sipesmundo Pares. John Bonam 



llll CI MBI RLAND LAWYI R 

the Cumberland lawyer is a journal ol ihe Cumberland law school containing articles ol interesl to attorneys and 
alumni. It- purpose i- to inform its r< aders on latesl developments in the law and to promote and develop writing 

-kill- nt law students. 



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Class 



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President 




\ H e President 


Treasurer 


Secretan 


Representative of 


Student 


Hewletl Chen is 


[-■■in Jr. 


Thomas V Deas 


\\ illiarn Krai ke 


Robert Moorer 


Bar Association 
Joseph Glenn 






President of Student Bar 
Association 
John P. Gearv 



\ ice President of Student 
Bar Association 
Robert Campbell. Ill 



Secretan Student Bar Asso- 

ciation 

Larr\ Keener 



ALSA Representative of 
Student Bar Association 
Allen Lindsay, Jr. 




Gilbert Eugene Albenlino Alabama 
Melvin C. Alldredge, Alabama 
Thomas Armstrong. Jr., Alabama 
Jerry Franklin Bartlett, Alabama 



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Patrick 11. Boone, llabama 
Robert Russell Bryan, llabama 
Frederick Arthur Buttner, Florida 
Robert '.raii: Campbell, 111. Pennsylvania 



John St. ( ;iair ( line, III. Kentucky 
Andrew McCorkle Cromer, Jr., Alabama 
Marc) Bradshavt ham. ill. III. ilabama 
Thomas Ulen Deas, tlahama 



William Richard Delanev. Alabama 
Thomas Hani- Dement, Tennessee 
Mary Elizabeth Dugdale, Pennsylvania 
\ nt In ui\ Michael Falletta, tlahama 



Raymond Reichman Flowers, Jr., Louisiana 
Joel Michael Folmar, ilabama 
James Daniel Forstman, llabama 
Gerald Man Ganus, l/al/ama 



George Harrison Garrett, Tennessee 
John Pati ick ( rear) . llabama 
Joseph Edward Glenn, llabama 
John S. Gonas, Jr., Indiana 



\ I M. ( riiemmer, Illinois 
Ralph Harris I (aben, li .. Florida 
Joseph rhomas Hagertv, llabama 
Donald Robert Hall, Florida 



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William Pearson Haney, Jr., Florida 
Clifford William Hardy, Jr., Alabama 
Howard Ka\ Henderson, Alabama 
Herbert Hemingwa) Henry, III. Alabama 



John Manning Higgins, tlabama 
Tommy Edward Hill. Alabama 
Lawrence Henry Hipsh, Alabama 
John Liddon Hopkins, Mirsissippi 



Charles Harold Huey, Alabama 
Charles C. Hurt, Florida 
Charles M. Ingram, Alabama 
Charles Eddie Isom, Alabama 



Hewlett Chervis Isom, Jr., Alabama 
Williard Oliver Jackson, Alabama 
Larrv H. Keener, Alabama 
Lawrence Kleinfeld, Florida 



William Gunter Kracke. Alabama 
David Bass Lawrence. Jr.. Louisiana 
Charles C. Leveret, Jr., Alabama 
Curtis Maddin Lincoln, Tennessee 



Allen Weldon Lindsay, Jr., Florida 
Linda Schwartz Lombard, Smith Carolina 
Henr\ Clyde Mabry, Jr.. Alabama 
Wayne W. Martin. North Carolina 



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Charles Wood Matthews, Alabama 
James Hoyt McNeil, Florida 
Thomas Edwin Merritt, Jr., Alabama 
Louis Mezrano, llabama 



Jeffords I >onalson Miller, Florida 
II. Lee Moffitt, Florida 
John II. Montgomery, Alabama 
Robert Edward Moorer, llabama 



\aron \\ illiam Nelson, llabama 
Frank \luiton Nelson, llabama 
Jerr) Brantle) Oglesby, llabama 
William \. Parker, III. llabama 



( lharles M. Pun i-. llabama 
Charles Edward Rikard, Florida 
Sam T. Robino, llabama 
Charles Lee Robinson, llabama 



Roberl Griffin Robison, Georgia 
David Paul Rogers, Jr., llabama 
Roberl Merritl Rogers, llabama 
Simon Rosin, Florida 



John I'lain i- Seale, llabama 

Everett Brinnon Searcy, llabama 
Charles E. Shaver, llabama 
Mnliai'l I .(»in- Simonetti, View lorn 



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Charles I!. Smith, Jr., Alabama 
Claude Richard Smith, Alabama 
Horace Smith, Jr., Florida 
Allied Benjamin Strand Jr., Tenn. 



M\ mil I). Stutzman, Alabama 
William Alan Summers, Missouri 
Michael Alan Sundock, Alabama 
Nathaniel Pride Tompkins. Alabama 



Darryl Lee Webb, Alabama 
Albert Dozier Williams, Alabama 
Norman Green Winston, Alabama 
Donald Gene Wright, Alabama 



Edward Samuel Zanatv. Alabama 

Charles Irwin, Florida 

J. D. Quinlivan, Jr.. Alabama 



Junior Class 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Seated: Simon Rosin; Jerry Ware. Standing: William Scott; John Taylor; Paul Nuckolls. 




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Joe Hounds. Alabama 
Joseph Brogden, tlabama 
Chel Brown, " ashington 
Stanley Bruder, Veu /< rsi | 
( !arl ( lhamblee, ilabama 
( Ihris Christ, Alabama 



Ra> ( Irawford, Georgia 
Earl Deusner, Tennessee 
Fohn I lickev, Ilabama 
Bill Dillanl. ilabama 
Mil hae] I lioguardi, Peran. 
Douglas Evans, Ilabama 



I Iwighl l'.i\ . Alabama 
Ellis .Golden, Ilabama 
< lharles Gurham, tlabama 
Lamar Henderson, Ilabama 
I. \iiii Holland, ilabama 

Kiniix Hooke, Hull, una 



,)<*rr\ Jackson, Alabama 
Michael Jonas, ilabama 
Johnnv Jones, ilabama 
Jim Kmj:. Kentucky 
James Knight, ilabama 
Steve Kriss, llahama 



\\ illiam Latham, ilabama 

I Ion I .ehman, Ilabama 

Samuel Leonard, Alabama 

Jcilni Manning, (.>■■■ 

John R, Martin, Alabama 

llujih Merrill Vardaman, llahama 



Carrol] Minick, Georgia 
Jim Morgan, VortA Carolina 

Paul Nuckalls, llahama 
( :li.u les Pelham, llahama 

Charles Ponder, Louisiana 
Charles Porter, \lahama 



Vubre) Ramsey, llahama 
Kii hard Roach, llahama 
James Scobee, llahama 
Thomas Si ott, V< u /ct$< | 
Chai lie Smith, llahama 
James Sturdivant, llahama 



Pete Summen ill' . G< ■ 
( .. raid Tavares, Florida 

John Thompson, llahama 

Larr) Thornton, llahama 

John W eed, llahama 

Howard \\ hittington / lorida 



ItilK Woodward, llahama 
John W i ight, llahama 

Mi. hael Zeale\ . llahama 
John Zimmei man, tlabama 

Justin Franl lin llahama 
I'liilliji I aird llahama 



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I'. M. Wells F/orirfa 
Edward Jacob \\ hitton, Fla. 
William Wilkes, r'/,./-,^ 
Ro) W illett, Alabama 
\\ illiam W inkel, Alabama 
Raymond Winston, Alabama 



I ueene \\ irwahn, Alabama 
Earl W . W right, Alabama 
Jim ^ aeeer, Imliana 



Freshman Class 




FRESHMEN OFFICERS: .Wet/: Morris Pelham, Nice President; Chris S. Christ, President. 

Standing: Doug Evans, Secretary; Sam Leonard, Student Bar Association Representative; Ro\ Lee Ford. Treasurer. 





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' 1 K Vmes, Alabama 
Charlton Anderson, -//<;. 
Joe \pplim, Alabama 
John Vtchison, Alabama 
Gene Baker, Yk/7/i Carolina 
Charles Bertram, Alabama 



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Irwin Won, Alabama 
Emmetl Vbdonev, llabama 
1 am • Bailev . llabama 
George Beason, Alabama 
\\ .i\ in- Beck, Alabama 
Inn Benjamin, Florida 



John Bennett, Florida 
Dr. John Boname, Alabama 
Beatrice E. < lallahan, Alabama 
Tomim ( Ihislem, llabama 
I lonald < Iruse, Alabama 
Milton Culpepper, Alabama 



Stephen 11. Davis, Florida 
Charles Dawson, llabama 
1- dward \\ elch Donahoo, tla. 
I ! 1 1 \ Ford, Texas 
\\ illiam R. Foust, Alabama 
John Fowler, Mabanui 



Don Hale, Alabama 
|imm\ Holliman. Alabama 
Calvin M. Howard, Alabama 
R. < ). Hughes, llabama 
Alston Keith, Alabama 
i i r 1 1 < . 1 1 1 n II. Kenne> 



I louglas Km-lii li .. I/.;. 
Ellis Lambert, llabama 
[oe 1 •'. I .assiter Jr., //«. 
1 Inn I ,awle\ . Iliibamti 
Norma Lehman, llabama 
Larn Lempert, llabama 



[ohn I ,ittle, Ifum ss< e 
Hull Mi Kin/ir. Alabama 
B. I McPherson, llabama 
Bill T. Mitchell, f/a&ama 
I lobson Monosi ■ >. llabama 
Fulton Moore, /' nnesji i 



Rug u I hasline Parkei . '•«/ 
|ohn Larn Phillips, /'i7»i. 
.1 ;i« k Purser, Alabama 
Roberl Randolph, Alabama 
Richard \ incent, llabama 
James Roberts, Miilnmm 



\ I Sansone, Veu ) ork 
\\ illiam Si ott, llabama 
|ohn Seale, llabama 
\\ illiam Si II' i llabama 
|ohn • ■I'M Shile) . llabama 
< !ordon Smith, (■• 



I ■ \\ Smith, llabama 
I Linn I M, Spitler, Missouri 
Roberl Stallings, Kentucky 
I lali Stavi llabama 
I horn i I i) loi llabama 
K. M.iril, n Wallis li . I/-/ 



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Kneeling: Ka\ Winston, Rogers Hays, < llaude Smith, George Garrett, < lharles Smith. Mike Simonetti, Chris Christ, Lee Moffitt. Hobson Monasco, Tom Shine. 
Hud Henr\. 

Rou 2: Bob Stallings, Mike Sundock, Herman Cobb. Merrill Vardaman, Jun Blanehard. Lee Moncrief, Horaee Smith, Warren Waggoner. Jerr\ Bartlett. Mike 
Tucker, Alston Keith. Charles Shaver Jr., Frederic Buttner, Simon Rosin. Glen Cartron, John Falussy, Norman Winston, Professor James L Hughes, Faculty 
\il\ isor. 

Rou 3 Bob Moorer, William Scott, Gerald Ganus, Allen Lindsey, Bob Robison. Jerry Schoel, Rav Speer. Vel\ Inlow. John Gonas, John Andrews, [ustin 
Franklm. Paul Nuckolls, Jesse Shotts, Roy WiUett. Ed Witten, Darryl Webb. 

Rou I: Bob Castleberry, Wayne Beck. Luther Boyd, Emmett Abdoney, Charles Robinson, Bud Smith. Ed Robison, Joe Lassiter, Ken Wallis, Winston Hughes. 
John Geary, Steve Moss, Charles Purvis. Joe Glenn, Stan Bruder. Pride Tompkins, Tomm\ Hill. Boh Carter. John Taylor. 



PHI ALPHA DELTA 

Phi Alpha Delta has more chapters than any other legal fraternity, and Hull Chapter is the largest fraternity at Cumberland 
School of Law. Phi Alpha Delta through the concerted efforts of each member, strives annually to fulfill its threefold objec- 
tive of "Service", to the law school, the student, and the profession. It stresses an effective blend of professional and social 
programs, calculated to mold the law student into a well rounded, effective lawyer. The outstanding activities of Hull Chap- 
ter resulted in its selection as the outstanding chapter in the Southern District, in 1965 and 1966. 



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Officers ..I Phi \lpha Delta: Professor \\ illiam I). Rollison, Recent Initiate; Norman G. \\ inston, Justice; Ken \\ allis. \ icejusti 
ten. Treasurer: Hml Smith, M.u-h.ill. 



I red Buttner, Clerk; Ed \X it 




Nil HI I I \ Nil 

National Legal fraternities recognize Phi Delta Phi .1- one oi the largesl national legal fraternities and .1- the outstanding 
legal organization in the Southeast. The founding law students have chosen to name their chaptei aftei Memor) Leake 
Robinson, outstanding legal figure and member "I the fraternity. 

IIk 1 halh 1 iv - thai go with the founding "1 .1 new legal fraternity, whose purposes are based on high scholastic endeavors, 
ilure professional ethics and strong fraternit) spirit, were mel and conquered .1- the Memoi 5 Leake Robinson Inn became 
.1 Chartered Inn dl the I'ln I >« -I i . 1 International Legal Fraternity two vears aeo 

'. in mind the purposes "I this outstanding legal organization, the members of the Robinson Inn have continued to 
show theii adherence to the ideals ol scholarship, service, and leadership l>\ their activities in varied fields. 



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Larr\ Keener, Ton) Falletta, Phillip Laird. Joel Folmar, Charles Matthews. Howard Henderson. Thomas Dement, W ilia 
ester, Professor Frank Donaldson, John Higgins, Milton Culpepper, Wallace Kinsaul, Aaron Nelson, Sam Robino. 



SIGMA DELTA KAPPA 



ackson, EdZanaty, Larr) Hipsh, Professoi Claude Hank- 



Sigma Delta Kappa was founded at the University of Michigan, November 2, 1914. It has over 18,000 members, having installed 52 active 
and 24 alumni chapters with 16 active chapters now functioning. One of Alabama's leading legal organizations, the fraternity claims among 
its membership Governor George C. Wallace and Attorney General Richmond Flowers. 



DELTA THETA PHI 

'The object of this organization shall be to unite fraternally congenial students of the law, to provide them and their fellow students with high 
scholarship and legal learning, to surround them with an environment such that the traditions of the law and of the profession mav descend 
upon them, to promote justice, to inspire respect for the noblest qualities of manhood and to advance the interests of even school of law with 
which this fraternity shall be associated." Article 1, Section 2: Constitution of the Delta Theta Phi Fraternity. 




THE DAMES CLUB 

The purpose of The Dames Club is to promote social welfare for members and students. 




THE DAMES CL1 I! OFFK I RS 



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HONORS 



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Who's Who 

in American Colleges 

and Universities 



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Bill Murrah — SGA president 



Kenneth Wolfskill — drama 




T<mim\ Haml)\ -- footbal 



Katherine Stephens - Panhellenic president 




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Ken \ eaze) BS1 presidenl 




Pats> Sollcs business 




< I. null. i I r« i^ . am pus queen 




Jim Etheredi 



im Ltheredge debate 



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Becky Van Hooser — SGA secretary 





Anne Wood — student government 



Ruth Sizemore — service guild 




Ra\ Granade — histon 



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\ml\ Collins — Crimson editor 




Maurine Snyder — honor studenl 




< aroh n < lollins I- nlre Nous editoi 




Noi m. in Hol>\ IM\ \ presidenl 



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Ron Channel] — athlete 




Man Biee — elementary education 





Lee Gallman — SGA treasurer 




Gayle Brown — music 



Martha Myers — Pensez editor 



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Diane McDaniel - Math 




Bolton 5enioi i lass presiden! 




Susan Litwiller Phi Mu president 



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Tina Has 



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Patricia Manderson — choir 



Raphael McDaniel — BSU choir director 




Chivers Woodruff — pharmacy 





Bingham Graves — campus favorite 





Marilvn Parker 



cneerieaaer 



Mitzi Lane busim 



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(left to right) Seated Ginnj Pike, Linda Hastie, Lee ( ironenburg, Ka\ Fields. Standing 
Teresa Morgan, Betrj Pike, tvi\ Lide, Charolette Stephens 



Alpha 

Lambda 
Delta 



Vlpha I .ambda I >elta is a fresh- 
man fraternit) for women com- 
posed of members w ith a 2.5 aver- 
age or above. 



Hvpatia 



IK patia is the highesl hon- 
organization foi women 
on campus. Membership is 
based on scholarship, leader- 
ship, sen i<<- and i harai ter. 




(left tn right) I. ni. West, \nn \\ I. Janice Hill, Bingharfi Graves, Mar) lohnson, Martha Myers 



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Omicron 

Delta 

Kappa 



Omicron Delta Kappa, a na- 
tional leadership and scholar- 
ship fraternitv, is composed of 
outstanding men in these 
fields. 




Seated — First Row: Larr) Doss, Gerald Blackburn. Rav Granade, Jarr) Richardson. Ken Veazey, David Mullins; Second Row: Larry 
Jennings, Dale Collins, Travis Absher. Rodney Fitzgerald, Jim Etheredge; Standing: Dean John A. Fincher, Bill Murrah. vice-president: 
Olivers Woodruff, treasurer; Andy Collins, president. 




Trident 



Trident is the highest scho- 
lastic honor that a male stu- 
dent can attain while in col- 
lege. These students have at- 
tained high scholarship and es- 
teem on the campus. 



Seated — First Ron: W. Murrah, R. Walker, T. Vbsher, R. Granade, L Bolton, It. Mullins, L Jennings, J. Cruise; Second Ron: I.. Doss. 
S. Thornton, D. Summer. .1. Richardson, K. Veazey, S. Milwee, V. Collins; Standing: President L. Wright, Dean J. Fin< her, R, Atchison, 
S. Bryan, I.. Moon. W. Hawley, <i. Iron-. \\ . Helmbold, II. Bailey. 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



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SAMFORD UNIVERSITY MARCHING BAND 
James Mabry, Director 



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Majorettes 



Jolinn 



ie Hoiic\ . head majorette 



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Dutchettes 



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Student 
Deans 



Each studenl dean is responsible for the young women living on her hall in the t\\»> 
women - dormitories. She receives a scholarship for her work. 




First Rou lane West, Brenda Yarnell, Bett) Hamilton, Janice Tauton, Beverl) Parkei 

Second Rou Carolyn Keyees, [ulia Robertson, Beck) Wilkins, Mar) Komi. l'ai-\ Solley. 

Third Rou Beverl) Lewis, Nanc) I mbry, Bingham Graves, Mar) lohnson, Vnn Glaze, Cheryl Childs. 



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Women's 

Dormitory 

Counselors 



These young women are se- 
lected by the co-eds living on 
campus. The) assist the Stu- 
dent Deans and Dormitory Di- 
rectors in enforcement of regu- 
lations and discipline. 



(left to right) 

Row 1. Lynda Le Doux, Linda Hill, Diane Johnston. Martha Lanier 

Row 2. Marcia Gwin, Beverly Belcher, Linda Clark. Mitzie Lanier 

Row 3. Aster Willoughby, Lynn Fesperman, Emily Mills, Janice Culver, Charlotte Jarrett. Martha Mvers 



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■'/A. 



Mens 
Dormitor) 

Counselors 



I he counselors ol the tw<> men s dormi- 
tories are carefulh selected young men w ho 
are in charge of dormiton discipline, main- 
tenance, and acti\ i t i<— . 




Rou I. Gerald Blackburn, Theron Guthrie, Dorth) Chandler, Mrs. Wilson, Ken Veazev, Tomm) II u I 

Rou 2. David Mullins, Cleve Payne, Judson Jones, Oscar Lamb, John Davis, Dale Collins, [ohn Whirle) 
Nol Presenl Bobb\ Blakney. Dudle; Hall, Mill Latham, Gan Parker, km Wolkskill, Lysle Hendrix, Jim I evi 



!-u. Russell Manning 



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Young 

Women's 

Auxiliary 



YWA is one of the organiza- 
tions sponsored h\ the BSU 
and affiliated with' the WMU. 




Ron I: Diane Parr. Norfleete Day, Jackie Looney, Faye Moore, Susie Keeling, Beverl) Parker 

Row 2: Linda Hill, Diane Johnston, Aster Willoughbv, Diane Thompson, Miss Jewell Alexander. Linda Pat- 
terson, Linda Stephens. Mitzi Lane, Jo Brown 




Service 
Guild 



This is an organization 
whose primarj purpose is to he 
ol sen ice to the campus. 



First Row: Bett\ Lou Jackson. Francis Rolins, Dianne Hooton 

Second Ron; Charolette Stevens, Pam Paschall, ku- Schoening, Ruth Sizemore, Janice Hill, Nanq Bell, Marilyn 

Wynn, Man Johnson, Bingham Graves, Donna Docken 



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Alpha Phi Omega 




Rou (left to right) Larr) Hall. Bob White, R...lnc\ In/-. •,.,!, I. |). nl ,l Mulhri-. < I, w I'.nn. . Stcvi M r, Bob B( I 



K 



\ in. .inn i ,e\ ere 



II. Paul Pendle 



\ . i< i < >i 1 1< ■ 



mg. 



Second Rou Mi II I Martin, Mi Evan Zeiger, Ken Veazey, Richard Banks, Mike Bierly.Ted Hayes, Neal Wade, Stan Gentile, Ki n Mel reless, Mike Spark 

in. in. Ken II. ill. Jack Stewart, Ron WUson. 

Third Rou Jarr) Richardson, Km Oliver, Larr) Worley, Rand) Roberts, Dov Huskey, Mini Hill, Bob Dailey, Delos Sharptoi 

Champion. 

Fourth K„n. Rand) -null,. Neil Carter, Bill) Priddy, Ronnie Randall, I.I [ackson, Larr) Wimberly, Larr) Wright, Wall) Emerson, lack II. n 

Wright, In,, Barrett, lv,i\ Buckley, David I h, Vlan kuk. 



in Logan, Marvin 
impton, Inn 



\P0 i- the major service organization for men. 



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Miss Charolette Stevens 
APO Service Girl 




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Ladies 

Chorus 



I In- Ladies Chorus is composed <>l music majors and mi- 
nors and other women interested in singing. 




Irmii Rou Mrs. Martin Vickie Minshew, Peg] I i ibtrec Elaine Marsh, Dianne tiooton, Nanc) Crider, Maril) pe, !mu Haswi 

Second Rou Bcverh Beleher, Donna Dockerv, Marjorie K.i\ Norris, Joleen Orr, Gingei McCord, Marcia Gwin 

! Rou Bell) Henderson, Susan Reed Patricia Patterson, Kerr} Warren, Jean Burt, Louise Reid, Vera laudon, Sheila Palmer 
Not in ill. Picture Linda Litllc and Charlotte Long 



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Alpha Kappa Psi 




Bottom Ron (left to Right): Irvin Aaron, Jerry Vines. Henry Hagood. Quentin Stilhvagon, Arnold Stewart, Curt leaver 
Middle Rou: A. M. Smith. C. W. Langdon, Ashley McGinnis, Bo Porter, Mike Reid, Woodrow Farrington, Gene Thompson 
Top Rou: Tnmnn Cromer. John Somerset. Andv Peck, A. B. Dunning. Clavton Howze. James Bodiford, Donald Ball 



Alpha Kappa Psi is a national professional fraternity in commerce. The Beta Omega 
chapter was installed on this campus in 1949. 



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Women's 
Church 
Related 
Vocations 



\\ • \ \ i- an organization for 
\ i niim women planning to enter .1 
church-related lidd or vocation. 




Utei W illoughby, v .'. retary, Linda 1 1 ill. President, E lizabeth Nelsi 
phens, \ ice-President. 



\ ice-President, Linda Sti 



Delta 
Omicron 



I >< It .1 < ^micron 1- .1 nal ional 
professional music fraternit) 
Inr women musi( majors with 
high St holastii rating. 




Km, 1 Beth lane Jackson, Bclh Mien, Dianm Hooton, Donna Docker) Ell 1 Black. 

Rou 2 Marilvn McOaw. Man \mi Stringci Patricia Patterson, Gayli Brown. Emil) ' intrel 
B( li hi r. Inn. 1 Ha-Hwell. Pal M mdi 1 on lud I u) ;li M in Gwin. 



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Ron I. kern Buckley, Diane Burrett, Marilyn Purcell. Charles Parker. 
Row 2. Eddie Oliver, "Ken Oliver, LI Wheeler 



Radio 

Station 

Staff 



The Radio Station Staff is com- 
posed of students interested in the 
field of communications, who di- 
rect, produce, and engineer all 
broadcasts of \\ \ SI. the I niversi- 
ty's radio station. WVSU in times 
pasl has stood for the "Radio Voice 
ot Samford I niversity". 




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The Baptist Student 
I nion Choir 



The H.S.I . Choir is a volunteer organization composed oi students who have gained 
membership through auditions. Rafael McDaniel directs this non-credil concert choir. 




Rou I Rafael Mi Daniel. Dim lor, Jackie Looncy, Mackie I, on Keebler, Martha s »> denburg, Joyce Goodlet, Marilyn Wynn, < lynthia Mallei Barbara i ox, I ynn Farmer, Marilyn 
McGraw. Edith Deluga, Clarissa Durrell, Delorcs Knight, B<-< k \ Van Hooser. Man \mm Watson, Emilj Mill-. Bob White, Vssislanl Direi 

Fesperman. Linda I I Brown Cecelia Vlford Nancy Crider, Vnm Glazi rhelesa Eubanks, Vnita Baggett, Marsha Cook, Judy Hill, Beverly Lewis, 

BevcrL Belcher. Linda Martin, JudN Mford. 

u.lv Smith, Bill Peeples. Larn Jennings, John Blackman, Gerald Blackburn, I ddie Muslin, Hill Pnddy, John Hampton, Larrj Worley, Richard Banks. 
Rou , | tollman. Ken Olivei Bob Belvin Rodnc) Fitzgerald, Man Kirk, David Baker, Ken Veazey, Bob Bulter, Tim Rodgers, 



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Baptist 

Student 

Union 

Executive 

Council 



The Executive council is 
composed oi the officers oi the 
general HSl and the Presi- 
dents of the various organiza- 
tions. 




Rou I: Joe Daniel, Carohn Rudd. KunK Parker, Linda Hill. 

Rou 2: Gerald Blackburn. Cleve Payne, Kd Wheeler, Lee Gallman, Oscar Lamb. Ken Veazev. 




Mission 
Band 



The purpose oi the Mission 
Hand is to work with various mis- 
sion points in Birmingham in an ef- 
fort to -hare Christianity with peo- 
ple who have little opportunity to 
know Christ. Pictured arc the 
chairmen of the various mission 
points. 



Center: Cleve l'a\ ne 

Ron 1: Ra) Smdli. Chem Evans, Diane Parkman, Diane Johnston, Sand\ Cakebread 

Rou 2: Richard Banks, Larn Hall, Ken Oliver, Mike McCall, Stan Gentle 



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S-Club 




Ron I lerry Garrison L Gray, Bobb) \ustin, Tommy Hamby, Ti ij Barnes, Curtis Padgett, Jim Etheredgi 

Ron 2: Chip Armstrong, Richard Burton, Lloyd Heron, fohn Easley, Charles Ed White, [01 \ reez I rui M Chambers 

Rou 3: Bob Masdon, Jerr) Colvin, Stan Denham, David Knott, Johnny Webb, Steve Franklin, Ralph Sheets, limm) lackson Buzz Busto 



s-cli r. 



Mi'- S-Club i^ composed <>l .ill athletes wh 



" ha\ e lei tered in ;it leasl one spoi i . 



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M 



Ministerial Association 



215 



Debate Team 




Ron l: Gar\ Walker, Ann hum. Jim Etheredge (captain). 

Him 2: Dun Harrison, Edna Bar field, Mar) Lvnn Doveth, Ton) Hebson 

Hun ',■ Mrs. Linda Hall. Dannx Bailev. (Nol Pictured: Earl Cloud, T If. 



JT 



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Speech ' oai hea gloal 
ovei Irophics. 



Masquers 



Masquers i> the campus theatrical production organization composed of students who 
have earned membership b) constanl endeavor in this Held. 




Row 1. Jill Watkins, Arriean Aders, Laura Christian. Mattlvn Wren, Ron da Field. 
Row 2. Mr. Harold Hunt. Jim Ltheredge. Ken Hall, Leon Garmon 




Masquers rehearse spring production. 



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Math Club 



Mi< Math Club is composed ol students whose major or minor is mathematics. 




First Row: Stanley Milwee, lohn Whirley, reresa Morgan, Cheryl Child-. Cathie Mitchell. 

Second Rou Dr. \\ D Peeples, Garland II. ill. Roberl Dailey, Charlotte Jarrett, Dr. Rurii Wheelei 

Third Row: Greg Jordan, Ed Wheeler, Jam HuIi.ikI~.iii. Wayne Faulkner. 



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fll 



American 
Childhood Education 



AMERICAN CHILDHOOD EDI CATION 

\.CE is an organization for students preparing to teach in the elementar) grade 




Ron I. Mai ilia Carol Shaw, Janice Goocflet, Lynda Le Doux, Daine Johnston, Janet Rotenberry, Linda Hill 

Ron _'. Mariha Moring, Martha Lindsey, Nanq Kelly, Sue Lumpkin, Gail Daniel, Linda Terrell 

Ron 3. 1'atti Crabtree, Marv Bice. Nanc) Wright, llarla McCurdy, Betty Lou Jackson, Dr. Frances Cartel 



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kappa 

Delta 

Epsilon 



Front R<iu : left in ri^ht: \ w i.in ( lampbell. Pam Trau ick, 
Barbara Bolen, Joan Peterson, Jane West. Miss Elizabeth 
hi. 

Row: Charlotte Teas, k.i\c Harper, Mitzi Lane, 
mi Graves, Vileen Dunn. Jaime Hill. Anita 




\ national professional societ) !<>r women in education. 




Sigma 
Delia Pi 



Front: Mrs. Ulgood. \ileen Dunn. Di Hawley. Rogei Hollis, Pam 
P Cherry 1 vans. 

lane West. Linda Hastie, Ka> I id< ' harolelte Stevens. Emil) 
White Di Weeks. 



\n I i.ii \ organization foi Spanish students 



220 



■to 



WM 



Spanish Club 



SPANISH CL1 B 

The Spanish Club is open to all students oi Spanish or other interest in the stud\ oi languages. 




Seated: Mrs. Myralyn Allgood, Ka\ Lide, Dr. Grace Weeks. Dr. Wheeler Hawk) 

Rim I: Mrs. S. J. Price, Jane West, Jill Watkins, Saundra Scott, Linda Hastie. Laura Christian, Linda Stevens. Sherrill Wright. Anna Cork. Chery Evans 

Rim 2: Charolette Stevens, Emily Childs, Jane Wheeler. Nancy Cole, Randy Smith. Roger Hollis. Chuck Campbell, Linda Keller. Marlon Woodall, Elizabeth Nelson. Slum Medlin 

Ron 3: Bobb) Harrison. Lee Ann Lit wilier. Jane Hollev. Emilv While. kn- Schoening. I'am I'axJiall. Eileen Dunn. Man Elaine Jackson. Kathv Edwards, Linda Cowherd, Rodney 

\ in I rews 



221 



Hii Chi Theta 



nil < mi i mi i \ 

l'hi Chi Theta i- a national professional fraternit) for women in business. 




Front Run: "VII Champion. Bern) McCurdv, Marilvn Espy, \lii/i Lane, Cynthia Brighlwi 

- mli. i Belhea. Gloria Gantt, Sandra Eller, Cherrj Hanev, Vnn Irwin 
Third Km,; l'.u-\ Sollev. Barbara McBride, Edith Arthur, Susan Litwiller. Linda William 



222 



Pi Delta Phi 



1*1 DELTA 1*1 1 1 



IN Delta Phi i> an honorar) fraternit) for outstanding students of French. 




Seated: Dr. Grace Weeks, Dr. Wheeler Hawley, Dianne Johnson, Dr. Robert Vansword 
Standing: Carolyn Strom Collins, Mrs. Vivian Campbell, \nn Marie Summer 



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mknc: 



Ml SIC I HI CATION \ \TI<>\ \| CONFERENl I 

Ml ■ \i i- composed ol students working toward a degree in music education. 




Him I I »< 1 1 \ Jane Jackson. IVili \Uen, Linda Pugh, Man Winifred Flowers, Patricia Patterson 

Rou 2: Mrs. Kathleen Martinson, Beverlj Belcher. Jem Burt, Marjorie Ka\ Norris, Lynn Landers, Jud> Tuggle, Marcia Gwin, Carolvn Rudd 

Rou 3: Glen Jennings, Jack Davidson, Harold Pitman, Henn Hallmark 



224 



Student National 
Education Association 



STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATK >\ VSSl M I \TION 

All students preparing to teach arc in\ii«'<l to participate in SNEA. 




Row 1: Peggv Crabtree, Dr. I. F. Simmons 

Row 2: Sandy Nash, Marv Johnson, Elain Ward. Linda Hill, Lynda Le Doux. Janice Goodlet, Joan Peterson. Glenda Vaugn, Sherry Hindman, Sondra Scotl 

Row 3: Patsv Solley, Jane West. Claudia Lewis, Glenda Goodlet, Mitzi Lane, Harriet Anderson, Barbara Sullivan 

Row 4: Bnk\ Wilkins. \\erette Holies. Beverly Lewis, Judy Awbrey, Diane Johnson, Ann Wood. Nanc) Wright, Mar) Waldrop, Beck) Crawford, Charlotte feas 



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mh 



Kappa Mu Epsilon 



K\IT\ Ml EPSILOIS 

national honor fraternit) for students in tin- field ot mathematics. Membership is based on scholastic attainment 




First Row: \nita Arnold, Brenda Yarnell, Barbara rhompson, Bingham Gravi 
Second Row: Dr. Peeples, Bob Hall, John Whirley, Dr. Hun. Wheelei 
Third Rou Wayne Meshejian, Bill Powell, Jarr) Richardson, Rex Walker. 



226 




Beta Beta Beta 



A national organization for students whose major or minor field of study is Biology. 



Rou I: Ginm 1'ike. Bett\ Pike. Libb\ McLaren. Martha Myers, Marsha Cook. 

Ron 2: M.ir\ Lee Robertson, Ralph Seale, Nanc) Cole. Fred Thompson, Sharon Hunter. 



227 



Alpha Epsilon Delta 




S< ,n< ,1 I ,ibb) McLaren, Larr) Bolton. 

Standing: Wall) Emerson, Butch Bowman, Jarn Richardson, Hugh Brindley. 



\ I- I ) i- composed ol students interested in the field of medicine or associated sciences. Membership is 
based on s< holarship. 



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Kappa Omicron Phi 



Row 1: Becky Wilkins, President; Dorothy Funderburke, Sponsor; Charlotte Teas, Vice-President; Virginia Barber. 
Ron 2: Grace McGraw, Donna Seffers, Nancy Little, Julia Robertson. Beverly Parker. Barbara Sullivan 



The Beta Alpha chapter of the national professional fraternity in Home Economics. 



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£ ^ © 






Sigma 

Tan 

Delta 




Rom / \.,iii.i. Day, Mar) lohnson, Maurim Snyder, leanne McMichael, Jane Champ , Janet Davis, JoAnne Cohen, Carolyn Collins, Melanie Uford, Sue 

\\ hiln 

Rou 2 Mi Mitchell. Carolyn Keyees, Jud) Wbrey, Rodne) Fitzgerald, Km Hall, \nn \\ I, Di Vuslin Dobbins. 



Members "I Sigma Tau Delta are chosen for their 
itstandins abilit) i 
guage and literature 



outstanding abilit) in the field "I the English Ian- 



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wm 



A Cappella Choir 




•••■w 



Top Ron: (Left to right) Johnny Boozer. Richard Swindle, Hugh Brindley, Allen Hill. Mike Bristow, Ron \\ ilson, Robert Earl Wright, Howard Goodwin, 
Tomm) Helton. Gar) Johnson, Jim Minor. 

Second Row: John Holley, Mike Sparkman, Eddie Hawkins, Hex Nelson, Ed Glenn, Curtis Ousley, Tom Hebson, Michael Huston, Mike McCall, Harold Pitt- 
man. 

Third Run: Francis Ann Higdon. Beth Allen. Rebecca Davis, Ellen O'Barr, Pat Johnson, Jud) Parratt, Gayle Brown, Jud) Juggle. Tersa Macon, Bert) Lou 
Jackson, Carolyn Russ. Cherry Bruner. Bettv Jane Jackson. 

Fourth Ron: Vick) Smith. Carole Fargason Brindly, Jennie Liles, Marts Liles, Pal Manderson, Marx Elaine Jackson, Deda Liles, Martha Myers, Sandra Coats, 
Brenda Whitten, Cheryl Reid, Path Scott. 



. 



23 



Kappa Psi 



KAPPA PSI 

Kappa Psi is the oldesl national pharmaceutical fraternity . Its objei lives are toward furthering the profession of pharmac) and fellowship 
between students with mutual interests in their chosen profession. 




i' 






■ / Ich Pierce, Lynn Hubbert, Olivers Woodruff, rreasurer, |oe Mosley, President, Boyd Reynolds, Tomm) Dameron, Carl Parker, Doug Butler, Secretary, lomm) I nderhill 
I iii\ I alum. 
First Rou Louis Cutcliffe, Stan Webster, Malcolm Youngblood, Frank Reynolds, John Santoro, Georgi Gammill, \rthur Clayton, Steve Scobee, Waltei Brunson, Mike TTiigpen, Di 

1 Dunbar. 
I'm I. Hun C Patrick Tharp. Paul Mbano, Jim Milliken. lack Carver, Ronald < ^ >|><-. S.hm Costello, Don York, Jim Keenum, Jimrm Jacksom, Jerr> Reddoch. 



2j2 



VI 




Student Chapter American 
Pharmaceutical Association 
Alabama Pharmaceutical Association 



The American Pharmaceutical Association carries <>ui programs and sponsors events 

to encourage student- t<> participate in the professional organization. \n\ studenl stud) - 

v ma\ join. 



ing in the Division of Pharmac 



233 



Rho Chi 




- - 

Don Shay, Shannon Thorton, Sam Weir, Eugene Martin, Chivers W Iruff, Patrick Tharp, Robert Campbell, Larn Dos 



Rho Chi i- the highesl honoi societ) for pharmacj students. 



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PHARMACETTES 

Tlic objectives of this organization are to develop mutual friendships anion" the members and to assisl the American Phar- 
maceutical Association and the Women's Auxiliary of APhA. 



Seated: Laura Butler. Treas., Jean I nderwood, Jud) Reddock, Ann Fletcher, Sec, Linda Fowler. 

Standing: Zoetta Hill, l.n Mc< iarty, Martha Hart, Sharon Lanning, Sue Adkisson, Sherry Franklin. Janet Bush. Bettv McGuffey, \T\ Jean Bedgood. Bess Millikin. 

Lihh\ Clayton, Pres., Nora Brown. 




Pharmacettes 



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Phi Delta Chi 




Seated: Larn Hart, Tom Vkl.-n. Dan Shay, Rand) Ukison, Frank Hill, Drum- Buckelew, Charles Miranda, Rex Bass. 

Standing: < harles Nabors, Recording Secretary, Shannon Thoi nton Sam Weir, Vii e-President, Vlfred Langston, Lam I toss, President, Henr) Mc( ruffe) . Jiimm \dki-- 

-■iii. Treasurer, Eugene Martin, Charles Pitts, Corresponding Secretary, Robert Baird. 



nil hi i i \ cm 



Phi Delta < .In national pharmat) fraternit) was founded in L883 at the I niversit) ol Michigan and was established al Samford in 
l ( >.7) .1- the Mpha Chi Chapter. Ii seeks to advance the science of pharmac) and promote a fraternal spiril among its members. 



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Lambda Kappa Sigma 



LAMBDA KAPPA SIGMA PHARMACEUTICAL SORORITY 

Lambda Kappa Sigma is composed of women students with a high scholastic average in pharmacy, 



Front Hon: Susie Rose, Secretary, Nancy Embry, Dot Speed, President, Donna Smitherman, Cheryl Mahaffey, Treasurer, Susan Peters. 
limt, Row: Peesv Hamm, Vice President, Maurena Johnson, Historian, Barbara Ann Powe. Janita Harris. Kaye Fields. 




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■-. 



Eta 
Epsilon 



ETA EPSILON 

Eta Epsilon is composed oi students who have chosen vocational home economics a> their field of concentration. 




First Hnu M.ir\ Koon, Reportei I Craven, Sei Beverb Parker, Firsl \ Pres ; lulia Robertson, Pres.; Oiarlotte Teas, IVeas.; I laudia Lewis, Pari.; Beck\ Wilkins, Pari 
./ Rou Elaine \\ ard, Beth Reeves, Grace McGraw, Beck) Kirkley, Carol Glover, Chervle Mobly, Barbara Sullivan, Carla Boone, Virginia Barber, Mrs. D th\ Funderburk, 

llnnl Rou lai kicM d V. Pres.; Lynn Gwens, Linda Haslii , Kiane KeUey, Donna Jeflares, Ann Vspenwall, Nancv Little, Hist.; Sandv Hamner. Metinda Roberson, Mona 

H Dale ( olton. 



238 




Organizations 
Add Spirit to 
University Life 



and Purpose 




240 



VI 



In Memoriam 



Dr. Anna Pitts Johnson 
March 28, 1965 

and 

Dr. Robert W. Pilcher 
December 31, 1966 



241 




SENIORS 



242 



Seniors 









felt* 




frifckfc 





First Row: JAMES \X U NE VDKISSON, B'ham, Phar, 
Football, Phi Delia Chi. MELANIE BEEDA M.IORD. 
Gadsden, Eh, Sigma Tau Delta. Jl DITII ELIZABETH 
AI.LLY Leeds Mu, PK Phi Sweetheart, DO. V. II. 1. 1 AM 
TOBERT WIOS. Montgomery, BA. 



Second Row. RANDALL MORGAN VTKISON, Huey- 
town, Phar. KING MARTEL BAKER. Sunm.it. Miss., 
Phar.. A Ph A. Kappa Psi. DONALD MAURICE BALL. 
B'ham. Ace, A K Psi. ABM. K VY CAROLYN BANKS, 

Alliens. Hi, SNEA, BSD. Y\\ \. 



Third Row RICHARD HARRISON BANKS. B'ham. 
Hi, BSU choir, APO, MA. JOAN \I \RGARET BAR- 
NUM, B'ham. Eh, STD, Phi Chi Theta. ROBERT LEE 
BEARD, Jr., B'ham, IM, ABM. DAVID BARNETT 
BEASLEY. Montgomery. Phar.. APO, APA. 



Fourth Roiv: BEVERLY JEAN BELCHER, Centerville. 
Mu, DO, BSU choir. Dorm Sweetheart, S-Club sweet- 
heart, 2nd Alternate Miss Homecoming. PRESLE\ 
ALLEN BENSON, B'ham, Ace, PKA. SANDRA SUE 
BETHEA, Dothan, BA, Phi Chi Theta, TBS. MARY 
BICE, B'ham. Elem Ed. Phi Mu, French Club. Eta Epsi- 
lon. 



Fifth Ron: ROBERT BERNARD BLAKENEY. Re- 
form. Phar. P K Phi, APO. Skippers. Alternate Mr. Sam- 
ford. BARBARA ANNE BOLEN. Greenville, Elem ED, 
BSU. A D Pi. Cheerleader, NCE, Spanish ( 3ub. LARRY 
TAYLOR BOLTON, Scottsboro, Chem, P K Phi, AIM). 
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Math Club. WILLIAM FRY 
BOl NDS, Bessemer. Math. Football, Basketball, Track. 
Baseball. 



Sixth Ron: LANE BR \DLEY. B'ham, Lien. Ed. VER- 
NON GENE BRADY. B'ham. Re. JOHN CHAR] I - 
BRANDON. R'h am. BA, Sigma Nu. CORNELIUS 
JAMES BRETZ, Huntsville, Hum Rel. 



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s 



cnioi- 




yii 





First Row: Bll.n R U BREWER, McCalla, Hi. Foot- 
ball, Basketball, Baseball. HI (.11 V \\ \l BRINDLEY, 
Cullman. Bi, P K Phi, Circle K, Tri-Beta, AED, \ Cap- 
pella Choir. GAYLE BROWN, B'ham, Mu, DO, \ Cap- 
pella Choir. MARSHA PORTER BROWN, B'ham, Bi, 
Chi Gamma Delta. 



Second Row: JACK E. Bin MER, Graysville, Re. DEN- 
NIS BI CKELEW, B'ham, Phar. M \KTI1 WM BI R- 
GESS, Carrollton, Ga., Jo, i D Pi, Crimson Staff. ROB- 
ERT BR1 CE BI RLESON, B'ham, Mu, PKA, Male 
( ihorus. 



Third Ron: WENDELL DOUGLAS BI TLER, B'ham, 
Phar. DIANE LESLIE CALDWELL, Durham, N. C, 
BA, Chi Omega, Phi Chi Theta, ABM. ROGER CA1 
VERT, B'ham, BA. ROBERT DOl GLAS CAMPBELL, 
B'ham, VED, \ Ph \. 



Fourth Ron: \I\IW L. CAMPBELL, B'ham, Eh. 
IMin CANTRELL, B'ham, Mu, DO. CHEQ1 1TA 
CARTER, Gardendale, Sec. Science. I VCK EWING 
CARVER, Louisburg, Kv., Phar., \ Ph \. 



Fifth Row: CARL I I > W \i;i>< II Wll'-I I I . B'ham, BA. 
J VNECAROLCH VMPION, Bondville, Ky., Eh., BS1 . 
SID. SAR \ Mil (II VMPION, Jemison, Comm. Ed, 
Phi Chi Theta. ROBERT C. CH VNDLER, B'ham, Phar. 



Sixth Ron: M \I»M \\ CLASE N, B'ham, Comm. Ed. 
KIWI III < I I MENT, Gadsden, So Studies. PATT1 
n W ( I n\\ 1)1 S, B'ham, So, \ D Pi, Phi Gamma Mu. 
K M.'l \ II I [SON ( 0< III! \Y Vtlanta, Ga., \n Ed., 
Phi Mu. Kappa Pi, Inin 1 \ous Mall. 



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m 



Seni 



eniors 




First Ron: \\ \\ NE CR \\\ FORDCOFIELD, Wedow- 
ee, Phar., P K Phi, Kappa Psi, A Ph A. APO. JERRY 
HALE COLEY, Centre, Phar. WILLARD ANDREW 
COLLINS, Guntersville, Jo., Sigma Nu, ODK, Pin Alpha 
Theta, K Phi K. STD. Crimson editor, Mr. Samford, 
Who's Who. CAROLYN STROM COLLINS. Union, 
S.C., French, Phi Mu, Pi Delta Phi, STD, Service Guild, 
Editor of Ent re Nous, Best-Dressed Co-ed. Who'- Who. 



Second Ron: KENNETH A. COLLINS. B'ham, Chem. 
MARSHA ANN COOK. Pell Cits. Bi., Tri-Beta, BSU, 
BSU choir. CAROL \\ ELSE COOLLY. B'ham, French. 
PATRICIA ANNE CORR, Moundville, PE, PE Majors 
Club. BSU. 



Third Ron: WILLIAM THOMAS CRONIER, B'ham, 
Ace, A K Psi. FREDA MERLE CROSBY, Lipscomb. 
Elem Ed. JULIUS JESSE CRUISE, B'ham, Re., Phi 
Alpha Theta, Trident, MA. PATRICIA ANN DAGUE, 
B'ham. Eh, Chi Gamma Delta. 



Fourth Ron.- WALTER THOMAS DAMERON. B'ham. 
Phar. JANET INA DAVIS, Gadsden, Eh, Chi Omega, 
Hypatia, Skippers. STD, ALD. KDE. CHARLES MAR- 

Pa.. Phar.. Sigma Nu. PHYL- 



CUS DAVIS, Pittsburgh. 



LIS JEAN DAVIS, Scottsboro, Eh. A D Pi, STD. 



Fifth Ron: ROBERT KUSHMAN DAVIS, JR.. Mobile. 
Eh. BSU. MA. WILLARD LEO DEAN, B'ham. BA. 
Lambda Chi Alpha. EDYTH CAROL DELUGA, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, Eh, BSU, BSU choir. RICHARD AUG- 
USTUS DILLARD, B'ham. Eh. Sigma Nu, Football. 
Tennis. 



Sixth Row: LARRY FRANK DOSS, Morris Phar., 
A Ph A. Rho Chi, Phi Delta Chi. Trident. VNN \ EI- 
LEEN DUNN, B'ham. Sp, Phi Alpha Theta. REBECC \ 
FRANCES DLRDEN. Montgomery, Eh. A I) Pi, Span- 
ish Club. STD. Skippers, Who's Who. TERRY EAST- 
MAN. Montgomery, Sp, A D Pi. 



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cniors 




First Row: \I.W LOW 111 EDMONDSON, Gadsden, 
Re, MA. MARILYN ELAINI ESP^i . Headland, BA, 
Chi Omega, Young Republicans, Phi Chi Theta, \BM, 
Entre Vous staff. GLENDA ELLEN 1 \ VNS, Pensacola, 
Fla., Elem. Ed., Delta 'A-\a. I><>. \< I MARGAR1 I 
I.(U 1SE i:\ VNS, B'ham, So, Phi Mu. 



SecondRow: WOODRO\K I. FARRINGTON, B'ham, 
Vcc, \ K Psi, \1>M. W VYNE B. FAI LKNER, B'ham, 
Math. PATRICK D WIGHT FLANIGAN, B'ham, Phar., 
Sigma Nu, Football, Track. LINDA DEE FERGI SON, 
B'ham, Bi., Phi Mu. \I.I>. \H>. Tri-Beta. 



Third Row: DIANNE FI I.I.I- H. Montgomery, Elem. 
Ed. CAROL (. \DDY. Thomasville, (.a.. Elem. Ed., 
Delta Zeta, \CE, SNEA. R \\\ l><>\ III GALLM \Y 
B'ham, Re, BSI choir, ODK, SGA treasurer. \WI 
GLAZE, Bessemer, Eh, SNI \. BSI . BSI choir, Stu- 
tli'iit Dean. 



Fourth Row: W II. 1. 1 \M I 1 )\\ \l!l> GOBER, B'ham, 
S Sc, BSI . Football, Baseball. GLENDA GOODWIN, 
Selma, Hi, Delta Zeta, Phi Mpha Theta, Spanish Club. 
SAMI II. R \i GRANADE, Evergreen, Hi, Kappa Phi 
Kappa, \PO, Trident, Phi Upha Theta, Pi Gamma Mu. 
LENA BINGH \\1 GR W ES, Talledega, Math. \ D Pi, 
\l|iha Lambda Delta, Kappa Mu Epsilon, kappa Helta 
Epsilon, Service Guild, Hypatia, VPO Service Girl, Miss 
Homecoming, Friendliesl Girl, Mi— Samford, ll-t.luli 
Sw eetheart. 



Fifth Ron: Willi \M THOM VS <-l! VYSON, Louin, 
Miss., Phar. THERON \.SB1 in <■! THRIE, Pensaco- 
la. Fla., BA, \l'<». PAD. JAMES ELLIS II VLEY, 
B'ham. Fr. K<)\ \I.H R. HOLLIM W. B'ham, BA. 



Sixth R«ic THOM VS EVAN H KMS\ . Wedowee, Eh, 
Fl \. S Club, Football. FR VNKIE SUA ENS II \M 
MONS, Raleigh, Miss.,' Pha. I>WM FRED II VNK- 
INS, Ja< kson, Miss., Pha, Pi Kappa Phi,' Baseball, 
\ Ph \ BI1 U\ JIM II Mil'l R, Bainbridee, (.a.. Eh. 



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First Ran: JOHN OTHELLO HARTLEY, B'ham, BA, 
Football, Basketball. Wrestling, Track, Baseball. TOM 
DO/IKK HARTLEY, B'ham. Sec. Sc. CHRISTINA 
HASH,Tacoma, Wash.,Chem., Phi Mu, AED, ASC,Hy- 
patia, Who's Who, Physics Club, Math Club. JEAN 
CLARE 11 ASKEW. Mobile. Eh, SNEA. BSE. KDE. 



Second Row: TRINA KILLIAN HASWELL, B'ham, 
Mu. DO. MFNO. KDE. LINDA HAWKINS, Roswell, 
(la.. So. BEN BYKD HENDERSON, Enterprise, BA, 
Sigma Nu, Football. SUSAN E. HERING, B'ham. So. 



Third Row: FRANCES ANN HIGDON, Greensboro. 
Sae. Mu., DO, A Cappella choir. JANICE HILL Besse- 
mer, Elem. Ed., A D Pi, (pres.), Hypatia, Service Guild. 
KDE, SNEA, ACE, BSU. JERRY HILL, Chattahoochee, 
Fla., Phar., Sigma Nu, Basketball. LINDA JANE HILL, 
Bay Minette, Elem. Ed., WCVA, SNEA, ACE, BSU, 
YWA. 



Fourth Row: LINDA JO HILL, B'ham, Sec. Sc, Phi Chi 
Theta. RICK HILL, B'ham, So. WARREN WESLEY 
HILSON, Dothan, Ace, Pi Kappa Phi, APO, YR, ABM. 
IVAN JOE HODGE, B'ham, Re. 



Fifth Row: DOUG HOLLAND. B'ham. Ace. LILLIAN 
AVERIETT HOLLEY, Sylacauga, Hi, ZTA, SNEA. 
DORIS GOODWIN HOOVER, B'ham, Eh, A D Pi. 
THOMAS H. HOOVER, B'ham. BA, PKA, APO, ABM. 



Sixth Row: WADE SCOTT HOPKIN, JR., Okaloosa, 
Fla.. Mu. Ed.. PMA. JOSEPH WILEY HOPPER. Mi. 
Creek, Math and Physics, Sigma Nu. KME. Math Club. 
MARY JEAN HOPSON, Huntsville, Elem. Ed. BOY 
HORNSBY, B'ham. Re. Ed. 



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First Row: RODNEY THOMPSON HOVATER, 
Russellville, Bus, Sigma Nu (commander). MICHAEL 
WOOD III STON, B'ham, BA, \l'<>. \ Capella choir, 
Skippers. OSCAR LEE HI KIT. B'ham, Math, \l'<». 
American Chemical Society, Math Club, BSI . ROGER 
L). ISBELL, Florence, Sac. Mu., Male Chorus. 



Second Ron: EDGAR D\\ ISHKK. Louin, Miss., Phar. 
BETH JANE I \( :KSON, Vincent, Mu. Ed., MENC, 
DO, A Capella choir. JAMES ROBERT JACKSON, 
Dadeville, Phar., Sigma Nu, \ Ph \. S-Club, Football. 
RONALD JACKSON, B'ham, Sac. Mu. 



Third Ron: \.\\\\{\ \\ U\l JENNINGS, Talladega, 
Mu. ELIZABETH l.l TRICIA JOHNS, Georgiana, So., 
Chi Omega, Young Republicans. M \K\ JOHNSON, 
Dothan, Eh, Zeta Tau Alpha. Sen ice Guild, Panhellenic, 
SNEA, STD, KDE, Hypatia. SHARON \W JOHN- 
SON, B'ham, Elem. Ed. 



Fourth Run : CLAR ENCE M< >K'l I M ER J( >\ ES, B'ham, 
\m. A K Psi. WILLI W1 \\ VYNE JOHNSON, Abbe- 
ville, Vcc, Phi \lu Alpha. Sinfonia. KA1 II! VNCIS 
JONES, Decatur, Hi, Delta Zeta. Il<>\\ MM) ALLEN 
JORDAN, Foley, BA, S-Cluib, VBM, Baseball. 



Fifth Hon. IM A GEORGE KEELING, Gadsden, Bi, 
Sigma Nu. Football, Golf, Who's Who. SANDR \ KEN- 
NAMER, Scottsboro, Comm. Ed., Delta Zeta, SNr \. 
\I!M. Phi Chi Theta, Skippers. CHRISTINE C. Mi- 
ll \Y B'ham, Hi, Phi Upha Theta, Pi Gamma Mu. RE- 
BECCA I Wl KING, Townley, Eh, Phi Mu, STD, 
\gape, BSI . Spanish < Hub. 



Sixth Rou PEGG^ I \ NN KING, Chattai ga, Ten- 
nessee, Elem. Ed., Zeta Tan Upha. MITZ1 dell. I- 



LANE . Benton, Comm. Ed., Phi Chi Theta, K \l . VBM, 
>\| \ (.1 ORG1 GR Wkl l\ I VNNING, Lawrence- 
burg, Tenn., Phar. N W< A GREGORY LARRIMORE, 
Vbbeville, Eh, Chi Omega, Masquers, Young Republi- 
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First Row: LINDA \\\ LE DOl X, Huntsville, Elem. 
Ed., ACE, SNEA, MENC, Ladies Chorus. SANDRA 
CADE LEE, Enterprise, PE. III.Nin LEON \l!l>. 
B'ham, BA. JAMES III.Nin LESLIE, B'ham, BA. ' 



Second Ron: BE\ KlilA \NN I.F.W IS, St. Louis, Mo., 
Eh., SNEA, KTA. i\\ \. Vgape, BSI . CLA1 Dl \ \NN 
LEWIS, Atlanta. UK. Phi Mu, ACE, SNE \. Eta Epsilon, 
Senior Senator, Miss Homecoming, Greek Goddess, 1st 
Alternate Mi-s Homecoming, Hull Pup Staff, Entre Vouj 
Staff. LYNDA ALLEN LITTLE, Khan,. Mu. Ed.. Delta 
Zeta. SUSAN WANITA LITWILLER, B'ham, Sec. 
Science. Phi Mu (President), Phi Chi Theta, Service 
Guild, ABM. 



Third Ron: SANDRA LOVETTE, Miami. Florida. Bi. 
A D Pi. LINDA LEE LOWRY. B'ham, Home Ec. 
JAMES AUBRY LYNN, B'ham, Hi. RODNEY 
WAYNE MACON, B'ham, Math, APO, Kappa Mu 
Epsilon. 



Fourth Row: B. JACKOLYN MAJORS. Columbia. S. C. 
Home Ec. Dorm Council. Eta Epsilon. SARA JIM 
MARRS, Hueytown, Math. A D Pi. Kappa Mu Epsilon. 
Hvpatia. SNEA, Math dub. El GENE L. MARTIN. 
B'ham, Phar., Phi Delta Chi, Rho Chi, A Ph A. PHILIP 
JOHN MATTER. Tallahassee. Florida. Hum. ReL Lit- 
erary Club, Young Democrats. 



Fifth Row: CHARLES JOHN McCARN, B'ham, Hi, 
Pi K A. DONALD C. McCARY, B'ham, Sac, Mu., Male 
Chorus, Chapel Choir. CAROLYN EDWARDS 
McCRACKEN, Gardendale, Eh. G. ROBERT McCUR- 
RY. B'ham, Bi. 



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Sixth Row: RAPHAEL M.-DAMEL. Mexander City, 
Eh, BSD choir, director. JOHN 0. McGRAW, B'ham. 
BA, Baseball, Basketball, Football. GEORGE ROBERT 
McNEIL, B'ham. Physics, Math. Physics Club, Math 
Club, B'ham Agtron Club. DOI GLAS LEI 
McWHORTER, B'ham. Hi, Football, Baseball. 



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Fi>5* Row.ORBIE LEE MEDDERSJR., Vnnistonjo., 
P k Phi, \l'(>. Press Club, Skippers, Literarj Club, 
Young Democrats, Masquers. \\ M NE MERRITT, De- 
catur, Ga., Re. WAYNI KIT MESHEJIAN, B'ham, 
Physics, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Math Club. Physics Club. 
MICHAEL CLEVELAND MOORE, Gadsden, Hi, 
Sigma Nu, BS1 . Firsl Methodisl choir, Chapel Commit- 
tee, Entre Vous staff. 



Second Row: GEORGIA Ml RDOCK. Tarrant. Eh. 
WILLIAM A. Ml RR Ml. Scottsboro, Re, SGA Presi- 
dent, ( >DK. Trident, M \. BSI . 1 oung Democrats, Liter- 
an Club. Who's Who. MARTHA MYERS, Montgom- 
ery, Bi. Tri-Bcta. BSI . \ Capclla Choir. Women's Resi- 
dence Council, Vgape, Editor Pensez. DICK DONNEL- 
LY NAVE, Trov, B.A. 



Third Row: I'Llil!] D. NEA1 . B'ham, Re, M \. 
AARON NELSON, B'ham, Law, Theta Chi, SDK. 
J UMES PERO OWENS, B'ham, BA, P K Phi, Upha 
Kappa I'm. Skippers, Young Republicans. II LI. IS ED- 
W \HD PACE, Montgomery, Hi, Sigma Nu. 



Fourth Row: BEVERLY \\\ PARKER, Henderson- 
ville, Tenn., Home Ec, Eta Epsilon, BSI . Studenl 1 tean. 
CAROL HANSEN PARKER, Moulton, Phar, Kappa 
Psi, Circle K, Baseball. Basketball, Football. M VRlUl N 
KAY PARKER, Cleveland, Tenn., SSc,ZTA,KDE, Phi 
Upha Theta, Pi (.annua Nu, Cheerleader. Dl \\L 
PARKMAN, Dothan, Re Ed, ZTA, Mission Band, 
WC\ \. Skippers. 



Fifth Hon: PAMELA \\ W PASCH Ml. Nashville, 
Tenn.. Hi. Chi Omega, Service Guild, Skippers, Sigma 
Delta Pi, Phi Upha Theta, P K Phi Sweetheart, National 
Rose Queen. JOHN DM ID PATE, Bessemer, \< , :., 
M'.\l. Football. I UMES I I'l IRSON, B'ham, Math, 
Crimson, Entre Nous, SG \ auditor. PATRIC1 \ UNN 
I'l RKINS, Thomaston, Ga., Elem. Ed., Phi Mu, PK \ 
dream girl. 



Sixth Row: SI SANG PETERS, Langdale, Phar., Rho 
( hi, Lambda Kappa Sigma. CHRISTINE Dl Ml 
I'll VRES, Mobile, Comm. Ed., Delta Zeta, VBM. 
(II Mil ES MINI I. PITTS, Gadsden, Phar. K \ IW^ \ 
PONGS! M'lK'M . Bangkok, Thailand, Math. 



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/Vrs/ Rom;: JOHN WILB1 R PORTER, B'ham, G. M. 
MARTH \ GA^i i; POSEY, Decatur, P.E., Phi Mu. II. 
WAYNE POTTER, B'ham, BA. MELLINA IM-.W 
READY, Huntsville, Eh, SNEA, WCVA, STD, KDE, 
Agape. 



Second Ron: THOMAS ll)\\ \RI) REDD, Selma. 
JERRY DONALD REDDOCK, Laurel, Miss., Phar., 
Kappa Psi, A Ph A, Football. MICHAEL EUGEN1 
REID. Mulga, A<<. A K Psi. DENSON REID. B'ham, 
BA. 



Third Row: BOYD KAY REYNOLDS, Chattanooga. 
Term., Phar, Kappa Psi, A Ph A. JLLIA ROBERTS! )\. 
Wetumpka, Home Ec., K Phi, Eta Epsilon. BSL. 
THOMAS LEE RODGERS. Brewton, Eh. Phvsics, BSL 
choir. MICHAEL SCOTT. B'ham. Phar. 



Fourth Row: JOE ALAN SEXTON. B'ham. PE.. Basket- 
ball. DANIEL P. SHAY. Leesburg. Fla., Phar. RALPH 
A. SHEETS, Leeds, Ma, P K Phi, FCA. S Club. KME, 
Math Club, Baseball. JOHN H. SIMONTON. Huevtown. 
Phar., A Ph A. Phi Delta Chi. 



Fifth Ron: Rl'TH LEE SIZEMORE. B'ham. Elem. Ed.. 
A D Pi, Crimson staff, Young Republicans. \\ ho's \\ ho. 
STEPHANIE SIZEMORE. B'ham, So, YAF. Young Re- 
publicans. DONNA LAUREN SKELTON, Atlanta, < .... 
Eh, Phi Mu, STD, Skippers. Crimson staff. Entre Nous 
staff. NANCY LYNN SKELTON. B'ham. Elem. Ed.. 
ACE. 



SixtkRow: MARY ANN SMITH. B'ham. So. PATS^ 
ANN SMITH. B'ham. Chem., \SML MAURINE 
LLCKIE SNYDER. B'ham. Eh, STD. Who's Who. 
PATS^i JOE SOLLEY, Talladega, Comm. Ed., Phi Chi 
Theta, \BM. BSI . Vgape, Who's Who. 



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firs/ A\,/<: DOROTHY FRANCIS SPEED. Jackson, 
Miss., Pha., Lambda Kappa Sigma (Pres.), \ Ph \. 
KATHERINE E. STEPHENS, B'ham, Elem. Ed., Phi 
Mu. \< I . Homecoming Court, Kappa Delia Epsilon. 
I Wll -.S EARNEST STEW MM. B'ham, Eh, Sigma Nu, 
Senate. R U STONE. B'ham, BA. 



Second Row: CLAR \ I Wl» I TAl NTON, Talledega, 
Sociology, Student Dean. M WCl \. TA^ LOR, B'ham, 
Elem. Ed. I'M I MI< II M I THIGPEN, Laurel, Miss., 
Pha, Lambda Chi Mpha, Kappa Psi, \ Ph \. Tennis, 
Football. STANLEY THORNTON, Talledega, Mkt.. 
Sigma Nu. 



Third Row: THOM VS BRI CE TINDALL, B'ham, Ac- 
counting. BARB M! \ T THOMPSON, Selma, Math. 
PAMELA II NICE TR \W1CK. \ irginia Beach, Va., 
Elem. Ed., Phi Mu, Kappa Pi. \\ ILL! \M MM III R 
THR \SI I. Clanton, \.,.. M'n. 



Fourth Row: RICHARD MASON Tl BB, B'ham, So, 
Track. THOM VS M. I NDERHIL1 . Hauana, Fla., 
I'liai.. Sigma Nu, Basketball. REBEKAH HI 111 \ W 
HOOSER, Chattanooga, Tenn., So, Chi Omeea, BSI 
council, BSI choir, SGA -■■, avian. Kappa Pi. KEN- 
NETH W VRREN VEAZEY, Foley, Eh, BSI . MA, 
M'<i. ODK, Trident. 



Fifth Row: JI Nil S \ ERCHOT, JR., Hueytown, BA, 
\ k Psi. REX GORDON W \l KER, B'ham, Math and 
Physics, Trident, KME, UP, Math Club. KINSA1 L 
\\ Ml \( I . Tuscaloosa, Law. II I > i \\ VRD, Brent, 
Med. Tech., Phi Mu. 



Sixth Row: RITA II \N \\ VTSAW, B'ham, Elem. Ed. 
SANDRA FA^ I \\ II MS, Oneonta, Elem. Ed. I VN1 
I I II N \\ EST, St. Louis, Miss., Spanish KDE, S D Pi, 
\l D, Hypatia, Spanish Club, Student Mean. I INI) \ 
MARGARE1 WEST, Carrolton, Ga., Elem. Ed., 
WC\ \. BSI . Veane. 



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First Row: ZELLA JANE WHEELER, Flat Rock, So. 
JOHN IKED W HIRLEY, Vnniston, Ma, SGA, Trident, 
KME, Math Club. CH \\\\.\> \. WHITE, ^nniston, 
PE, PKA, \l*n. Phys. Ed. Majors Club. SIDNEY BEN- 
NETTE WHITE, Dothan, BA. 



Second Row: JOEL ROS\K III. \\ HITLER . Greenville, 
Ga., Phar., P K Phi, Phi Delta Chi, VPO. MILTON I! 
WILDER. Vinemont, PE. P K Phi, VPO, Masquers, PI 
Majors. N \.NCi R. WILKINS, Decatur, HE, Eta Epsi- 
lon,KOPi, BS1 . \ W V,SNEA. MARGARET LOGAN 
WINGARD, B'ham, Ma, KDI . SNE \. Dorm Council. 



Third Ron: KEN WOLFSKILL, Deerfleld Beach, Fla., 
Eh. ANNE CLYDE WOOD. Fairfield, Eh. A D Pi. Hy- 
patia, STD. Dorm Council, Alt. Miss Samford, BSU 
choir, SGA sec. Who's Who. BEVERLY PERRY 
WOOD. B'ham. Elem. Ed. MARLON AUGUSTA 
WOODALL. Thomasville, Ga., Hi, Spanish Club. 



Fourth Ron: CHIVERS WOODRUEF, B'ham, Phar.. 
Sigma Nu, ODK. Phi Chi. Kappa Psi. APO. SGA. DEN- 
NIS O. WOODWARD. B'ham. BA. FRANKLIN E. 
WOODWARD. B'ham. Re. MONA YYETTE WOR- 
LEY. Andalusia. Hi. 



Fifth Ron: JAMES H. W RIGHT. JR.. Hartselle, BA, 
APO. ROBERT EARL WRIGHT. Bessemer, Mu.. 
PKA. A Capella choir. ROBERT WYATT, Raleigh, 
Miss.. Phar. WAYNE Zl IDERHOEK. B'ham, BA. 



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Mathematics 
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Mathematics 

Birmingham 



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W\ M Soph. HOW Mil) Mil; VMS. 

FRED U)AMS. M 2<>mer\: ( ndec. Fr. M.'KII W 

MH I;- >l I \W Wl RS. Ba> Minette: Eh.. Fr. 



. I'M I \l BAND. Homew I: Pharm. Jr. II m \l DRIDGE, 

i III KM \l I \ WDER. Auburn: I ndec, Fr. 
CECILIA \l FORD. Gadsden: I Soph. CLAY Al FORD, B'ham: BA., 



Ill (.11 \l IdKI). B'ham: P.] . Soph. I Wl \l I ORD. Colum- 
■ II m \l FORD. Gadsden: Soi - h I HERRI \l I EN, 
in,., . ! . Fr. IAMES M.HI'. Elaivah. Tenn., Pha., Soph. 



. Gl I! M.l> WDI RSON. Gadsden: Hum. Rel., Soph. II Milill T 
WDERSON'.Dothan, I ndec, Fr. K Mi WIH RSON. Cullman: Elem. Ed.Jr. 
LISA WDERSON. B'ham: Fr., Soph. -Ill I I \ VNDERSON, Chesterfield, 
Mi — 5oph. 



FifthRow:* \RROLI ANDREWS. Lanett: Pha., Jr. PAUL ANDREWS, En- 
-•: Mi.. Fr. RODNEY WHIM tt'S. Dothan I ndec, Fr. BECK^ \K- 
BAI (.11. Ft. Walton Beach, Fla.: Eh.. Soph. TERR'i MINI IT. Fairfield: Soc, 
Soph. 



Sixth Row: CYNTHIA ARNOLD. Pensacola. Fla.: Bi., Soph. ERNIE AR- 
RANT. Abbeville: Med. Tech., Jr. W\ WI'IXW \LU Jacksonville, Fla., Fr. 
( \lin \SHOOK,Twerton:jo.,Fr. DIANE ATKINSON, B'ham: Elem. Ed., 
Soph. 



<h Row: SALL^ ATKINSON. Mlanta, Ga.: Undec, Fr. EDDIE AUS- 
TIN, Montgomery: SDA. Jr. M VRSH \ W I RETTE. Balti re, Md.: Music, 

Soph. II \)\ WBREY. Roanoke: Eh., |r. Wll \ BAGGETT, Double 
Springs: I'ln . Ed., Soph. 



Eighth Ron: IM BAGLEY. B'ham: Elem. Ed„Soph. ED BAGLEY, M go- 

merv: Eh., Jr. JACKIE BAILEY. Stone Ml., Ga.: Home Ei Fi RAYMOND 
BAILEY. Bailevlown: I ndec, Fr. W Wl>\ BAILEY, Columbus, Ga I lem 
I ,1 . Soph. 



\inth Ron: IIMM1 BAILII I . B'ham: Chem..Soph. LINDA BAKER, Opeli- 

ka: Musi.-. Soph I'M I I I II BAK1 R, M gomerv. Music, Fr. ( II \RLES 

BALL. Tus.al a: Pha .Jr.GINA BANKSTON. Bolivar, lenn Elem. Ed.Jr. 



Tenth Rou Wll I.I \M BARANOWSKI. B'ham: I ndec. Fr. LYNN BAR 
BOI R. D.i-alur. Ga Elem. Ed.. Soph. EDN \ BARI II I D. Selma |o I i 

I HI I II BARGI I: i liaitai ga, Tenn.: Elem. Ed.. Soph. BOB BARRETT, 

I lomcuood: \' • . Soph 



uh Rou I AMES ( BARRETT. Fairhop.iRel.. Soph JID^ BARTHO 
I OMI W I. Soph GISELA BARTI I IT. B'ham: German, h Mil 

I 'Mill BASS. I: I. Hi I, hWlli li Wl FY. La Porle. In. I.: Pha.. Fr. 



ihRou MM BAYLISS B'ham: Ma.. S.ph. DONNA REARD. Si. Louis. 

Mo I ...I.. . I , I'M LA BI VI TY. De.alur: l'l,s-i.- I , IACIO i:i < K 
soph W\ BI I i:\IW. Lik.l.md. Fla.: BA. S.ph. 




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First Row: AL BEIGHTOL, Alcoa, Tenn.: I rid. 
CentrevOle: Law, Fr. NANCY BELL, Gracevi) 
B'ham: Eh., Fr. ROBERT BELVIN, Pensacola, 



c, Jr. BRENT BELCHER, 
e: Eh., Jr. SALLV BELL, 
Fla.: Hi.. So. 



Row Two: R \~> BENSON, B'ham: I ndec.Fr. BRENDA HICK. B'ham: Elem. 
Ed., So. ROENA HICK. Goodwater: Kin,,. Ed., Jr. MICH \KK I I I BIERLY, 
Nashville, Tenn.: Hi.. So. KAREN BIGGS, B'ham: Elem. Ed., Fr. 



Row Three: ED BINGHAM, Miss.. Pha.. Fr. ELLINOR BLACK, B'ham., 
Home Kc, Jr. EMM KIT BLOCKER. Cullman: Law, Fr. GERALD BLACK- 
BURN, Shawmut: Hi., Jr. EDDIE BLACKESBY, Leeds: Ma., Fr. 



Ron hour: SIlllil.Ei BLACKSTON, G Isprings: Elem. Ed.. Jr. JOHNNY 

BLACKMAN, B'ham., Soc, Soph. WILLIAM BLAKNEY, Reform: Bi., Fr. 
BRENDA BLEYINS. Huntsville: I ndec., Fr. SHARON BLICE, B'ham: Ma., 
Soph. 



Row Five: GERAND BLl'M. B'ham: BA, Fr. JAMES BODIFORD, Mobile: 
Law, Fr. ANN BOLEN. Selma: Undec, Soph. MIKE BOLIN, B'ham, BA. Fr. 
CARLA BOONE, B'ham: Home Ec, Soph. 



Rou- Six: PATRICIA BOONE. Fairhope: Undec, Soph. JAMES MERRILL 
BORDER. B'ham: Law, Fr. SUSAN BOULO, B'ham: Art. Fr. JAMES ALLEN 
BO I TWELL, B'ham. Hi. Jr. LISTER BOWDOIN, Mesquite, Tex.: Med.. Fr. 



Row Seven: MARA BOWEN, B'ham: Re.. Fr. GARY BOWERS, B'ham, Pha., 
Fr. RAYMOND BOWMAN, Opp: Chem., Jr. JUDY BOYD, B'ham. Hi., Jr.. 
SUZANNE BOYD. Chattanooga. Tenn., Eh.. Soph. 



Rou- Eight: MARGARET BRABHAM. West Palm Beach, Fla.: Re.. Fr. PAT 
BRADDOCK, B'ham: Undec, soph. MARK BRADLEY, Madison, Hi., Soph. 
VICKIE BRADY, Atlanta. Ga., Undec, Fr. MARTHA BRAMBLETT, Scotts- 
boro, Elem. Ed.. Soph. 



Run \me: REBECCA BRANYON. Favette: Eh, Fr. CINDY BREWTON, 
Blum: Sc. Fr. PHYLLIS BRIDGES, Huntsville, Elem., Ed.. Fr. CYNTHIA 
BR1GHTWELL, Nashville, Tenn., BA., Jr. GREG BRINKS. Dothan: BA., 

Soph. 



Row Ten: JAMES BRITTAIN, B'ham. Re.. Soph. MARY ANN BRITTAIN, 
B'ham: elem. Ed., Jr. SHERRY BROCK, B'ham, Elem. Ed., Jr. CHARLES 
BROOKS. B'ham: Eh., Soph. DAVID BROWER, B'ham, Ec. Soph. 



Row Eleven: BLAINE BROWN, B'ham. Undec, Fr. FRANK BROWN, 
B'ham, Pha., Jr. JANICE BROWN, B'ham, Eh., Soph. KEITH BROWN, Mo- 
bile. Undec, So. KIMERAN BROWN, Atlanta, Ga., Unde 



id., Fr 



Row Twelve: LINDA BROWN. B'ham. Ma., Soph. JOSEPHINE BROWN, 
Clayton, Eh., Fr. NELSON BROWN, B'ham. Hi.. Jr. PHYLLIS BROWN, 
Villa Rica. Ga.: Elem. Ed., Soph. SHARON BROWN. B'ham. Mu., Jr. 





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\1 11 BROWING. Montgomery: Eh., Jr. CHERRY BRl M K. 
["ERESA BRl NX). B'ham: I ndec., Fi WN \ BIO VNT, 
RON HI FFINTON. B'ham: Ba.. Jr. 



. KERRY BICKLEY. B'ham lo.,Soph ROBERT BlONAl'RO. 
Mkl . I. DEBBH HI Hi II. B'ham: Home I. . Fr. MARII N N 
HI KKl I i SI 1 HI RLESON, B'ham: Hi.. Jr. 



\ LN< 'i Bl RNS, Dora: I ndec.. Fr. HI W \ Bl KKl- IT. B'ham: 
I ^N BIRT. Svlacauga: Music, Jr. GAR^ HI RTON, B'ham.: Re., 
Fr. I \Kin Bl RTON, B'ham.: Music. Fr. 



Fourth Row: CHERY1 Bl SH, Huevtowu: W. Fr. BoBBI HI I.TIK. Ox- 
ford;! ndec., Fr. JIM Bl LTER, B'ham: P.E., Jr. SAMM^ Bl I II K. B'ham: 
Engineering, Fr. -I SAN HI 1 UK. Ubertville: Hi., Jr. 



Fifth Row: II lA < \hlMIK\l). Ft. Walton Beach, Fla.: Ed., Soph. SAND- 
I R I Vkl-Blfl \D. B'ham.: Re.,Soph. ROBERT) \l I )\\ I 1. 1.. Montgomery: 
Eh., Soph. BOB CM. HOI N. Chattanooga, Tenn.: Law, Jr. SI SAN CAM- 
HK<)\. Nashville, Tenn.: II. Ec, Jr. 



Sixth Row. CHARLES CAMERON. B'ham.: K, \\\ I WII'KI I.I.. Ever- 
green: Elem. Ed., Fr. CAROLYN CAMPBELL, Mens: 1 ndec, Soph. GAL- 
EON fl CAMPBELL, Cullman, Re. Ed., Jr. JOHN \\ CAMPBELL, B'ham : 
Math, Soph. 



Seventh Row: MARSHA CAMPB1 I I , B'ham.: Hi., Soph. JAMES CANTR1 I . 
B'ham.: Ba., Soph. JOHNNY CARMACK, Florence: Pha., Jr. CAR01 < \K 
II K. B'ham.: I ndec., Fr. DELILAH CARTER, Clanton: Phy., Jr. 



Eighth Row:l\ VNITA CARTER, Greenville: Hi., Fr. Mil CARTI K. Mus- 
cle Shoals: Re., Fr.GAR\ CARVER, Boaz,Re.,Jr. BILL CASH, Gadson, Pha. 
\l\Hh I Ml . Ocala, Fla.: Eh., Jr. 



Xinth Rou SARA (01 I VTO, Clearwater, Fla.: I' I . Soph [ANIC1 
CAI Dl I B'ham I lem Ed I. CLARKE E CENT1 K. JR., Kingston, 
Hi . Soph. LESI II I II Willi Kl UN, B'ham.: BL, Soph K \KI N 
i HAMBERS, Montgomery: Soc, Fr. 



Tenth Rou I.I\|i\ CH \MPION, Huevtown, Pha., Fi Gl RALD CH W 
DLER. Anniston: Mu Fi IERRY CHANSLER, Annislon: Mu. Soph lll»^ 
CHASTAIN. Anniston: Undec., Jr. BEVERLY CHERRY, Ja> Beach Fla 
El.-m Ed . I i 



Mh Rou l\M< I < III RRY. Huevtown; Elem Ed Fi I III 111 I. 
CHILDS. TalaoVga Ma.. Jr. EMILY CHILDS. Samson: Undcv Fi LAURA 
( HRISTI ' SDA l - II M I I \Kk. knniston Bi . Ii 



Twelfth Rou LINDA CLARK I. 10 \WI CLAYP001 

r.-nn II I- Soph \KIIII K CLA"^ r()N, B'ham: Pha Ii I l\ 
\>\\ I I \YT0N, B'ham I ndec.. Fr. MIKI CI ECKLER, Childrrabui 





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First Ron: RON \I.D< I I Ml \ IS. HarUrlmru: Indee., Fr. BOBBIE CLINE, 
B'ham.: Elem. Ed, Jr. EARL CLOUD, HuntsviUe: Law, Soph. SANDRA 
COATS, Nashville, Tenn.: Hi.. Soph. VIRGINIA COATS, Anniston: Re. Ed., 

Soph. 



Second Ron: DEBBIE COCHRAN, B'ham.: Elem. Ed., Soph. TOMMH 
COCHRAN, Centre: Pha., Fr. LEE COLE, B'ham: SDA., Fr. NANO COLL. 
Chattanooga, Trim.: Hi.. Jr. JOHN COLLIER, B'ham.: Re., Soph. 



Third Row: ROBERT COLLIER, Leeds: Soc, Soph. RICHARD COMER, 
Pittsview: Phy. Soph. M WW VNN CONNER, Panama City, Fla.: Hi., Soph 
JOY COOK. East Point, Ga.: Jo.. Jr. H'CILLE COOK. B'ham.: Ed., Soph. 



Fourth Ron: DON C( >OLEY, Laurel, Miss.: Pha., Jr. STEVE COOMBS, Mem- 
phis, Tenn.: Bus. VI.. Fr. RONALD COONS. H'ham.: Re., Fr. BRE.NDA 
COOPER, Hamilton: Eh., Soph. CAROL COOPER, Huntsville: Homo Ec, 
Soph. 



Fifth Row: GINGER COOPER, Dothan, BA., Fr. JOHN COOPER, Montgom- 
ery: Pha. Soph. SHARON COOPER, Chattanooga,Tenn.: B.A., Fr. MARIUi N 
JOYCE COPE. Fairfield: Jr. ANNA CORK, H'ham.: Eh., Fr. 



Sixth Row: ALVA GOTTEN. Scottsboro: Mu., Jr. DON COTTEN, Scottsboro; 
Hi.. Jr. JUDY GOTTEN. B'ham.: Elem. Ed.. Jr. WAYNE CO! NTS. B'ham: 
P.E.. Fr. LINDA COWHERD. Lexington, Ky.: Soc, Fr. 



Seventh Ron: BARBARA COX. B'ham.: Mu., Fr. SHIRLEY COX, B'ham.: 
Undec, Fr. PATRICIA CRABTREE. Holies Hill. Fla.: Elem. Ed., Jr. BECKY 
CRAWFORD. Atlanta. Ga.: Elem. Ed.. Jr.' LINDA CAROL CRAWFORD, 
B'ham.: Hi.. Jr. 



Eighth Row: LINDA LEE CRAWFORD, Hueytown: Undec, Fr. GAYLA 
CRAVEN, B'ham.: H. Ec. Soph. NANCY CRIDER, Tarrant: Mu. Jr. LYNDA 
GROW, Montgomery: I ndec, Fr. ANNE CROWDER, B'ham.: Undec, Fr. 



Ninth Row: CHARLES CRUCE, Scottsboro: Ch., Fr. JANICE CULVER, 
B'ham.: Bi., Soph. MARTHA ANNISE CURRIE, Atmore: Pha., Fr. LELOY 
CUSTRID, B'ham: I.M., Jr. ROBERT DAILY, Tuscumbia, Ma„ Fr. 



Tenth Row: GAIL DANIEL, Thomaston, Ga.: Elem. Ed.. Jr. LINDA ROBER- 
SON DANIEL, Sylacauga: Math, Jr. SAM DAVIDSON, Bessemer, Re., Fr. 
SHARON DAVIDSON. B'ham.: Hi.. So r h. ALAN DAVIS, HuntsviUe: Ace, 
Fr. 



Eleventh Row: BECKi DAVIS, Prestvick, Scotland: Mu., Soph. FRANK 
DAVIS, Pell Citv: B.A., Soph. HOWARD DAVIS, Leeds: Math, Soph. JOHN 
C. DAVIS, OrrviUe: Re., Soph. MILDRED DAMS. H'ham.: Undec, Jr. 



Twelfth Row: NADINE DAVIS, Atlanta, Ga.: Soc. Fr. JACK DAVIDON, 
H'ham.: Mu.. Soph. DARRYL DEVORDE, B'ham.: rheo., Soph. SHERRY 
DEEMS. Deeatur. Ga.: Eh., Jr. SANDR \ Dl S. Monroeville: I ndec, Fr. 





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\! VRGARI I DEI I'GA. I Ohio: I ndec.. Fr. SI \N 

I hem.. Ir. I1M DENH \M. Satellite IV.nh. 
\l\in |0 DK 111 \K\. B'ham P.l Jr. \\ \\\l DICKER- 
S' IN. B'ham. I in 



NATALI1 I'll 1 \KD. B'ham.: Hi.. Jr. IIMMi DOBBINS, 
k\ll DOBSON. Vt'edowee: P I . Soph. DONN \ D0( kl 
in. lu- ,h BEY1 Kl A DODSON. B'ham.: Eh . I . 



Rou H»ll\ DODSON, B'ham.: Hi.. Soph. MELODY DODSON, Cull- 
, Law. Soph PAMELA DODSON, Cullman: Bi., Fi I W DOOLEY, 

I III in I DORM. B'ham; \n. Soph. 



Fourth Ron REID DOSTER, B'ham Re., Fr. GIBLERT D0UG1 IS, 
B'ham.: Hi., Soph. \l\in LYNN DOVITH. Mobile: I ndec. Fr.Jl Di DR1 M 
MOND, B'ham.: Elem. Ed., I. R VNDAI I Dl I KWORTH, B'ham.: Bi.,Soph. 



Fifth Ron: -I SAN Dl UII \M. Scottsboro: Elem. Ed., Soph. U.I.l-'.N R. 1)1 - 
ROl'GH, Dozier: Re., Ji BEOKA Dl rY, B'ham.: Math, Jr. CECILE DYE, 
B'ham.: Elem. Ed., Jr. JOHN EASLEY, B'ham.: I.M . Soph. 



Sixth Rou 10^ EDFELDT, Orlando, Fla.: II I • . Soph. SYLVIA LYN- 
\l III EDGE, Ragland: Jo., Soph. BEN EDMONDSON, Boaz: Re. Jr. 
BI \l Rl ^ I DW \RDS, Mobile: Soi . Soph. k VI 1111 I DW \.RDS, Ft. Wal- 
ton Beach: Elem. Ed., Fr. 



Seventh Row: I'WI I DW \h'D>. B'ham.: Spam-h. Fr. SANDRA I I II li. 

Soph. BARBAR \ I I in. B'ham.: Elem. Ed., Irreg. KARE N I I 
LISON, Pensacola, Fla.: I ndec., Fr. NANCi I MBRY, Panama City, Fla.: 
Pha., Jr. 



Eighth Rou SUZANNE EMERSON, B'ham L Bi., Soph. BOB ENGLAND, 
B'ham Hi Soph Mil V ESPY, Headland: Undei Fi HlWi EST1 \\k<>. 
Bremen, Ga.: Re., Soph SI SAN II III RIDGE, Dothan: Eh., Soph. 



\inth Rou BARBARA II BANKS, B'ham.: Re., Fr. STEVE El BANKS, 
B'ham.: Re.,Soph I III I I -\ I l BANKS. B'ham.: I ndec, Fr. CHERYLENE 
EVANS, Vlexandei City: F. I... Soph GENENE EVANS, Alexander City: 

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Tenth Rou R G I A \NS, B'ham : Ace, Fr. BILLY FAIRCLOTH, Montgom- 
R« Irreg I'Vin I UR( I OTH, Montgomery: B.A . Jr. K n I Ml: 
I LOTH, B'ham. I! \ Soph RI1 \ FANN, HuntsviUe: Eh., Fr. 



I \ROI I I \RGASON Ro, I ledge Fla.: SDA, Soph LYNN 
FARMER. Decatui I. ROGER FARROVl Hunlsville: Pha., Soph RON 
\LD MARK FASSINA, Fultondalc: Pha.. Fi DENYSEFEAR^ B'ham o. 

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TttvlfthRou FRANK1I II Mil , Oal Ridg< lYnn Law, Fr. KAY FER 
'J SON, Decatui Math. I . CH VR1 I- I I RRIS BTiam Hi Soph. 
RHONDA I II I D B'ham k \U FIELDS. Panama Cilv: Pha.. I. 



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First Ron: CINDY FILES, B'ham.: Elem. Ed., Soph. JOHN FINCHER, 
B'ham.: Hi.. Fr.JOHM FINDLAY, B'ham.: Hi., Jr. WILLIAMS. FISHB1 RN, 
Mobile: I ndec, Fr. JOHN FITE, Hamilton: I ndec. Soph. 



Second Row: RODNEY FITZGERALD, Cleveland, Tenn.: Eh., Jr. GARY 
FLEMING, Abbeville: Re., Soph. GAIL FLORENCE, Warrior: Elem. Ed., Fr. 
M\Ri FLOW Kits. Valparaiso, Fla.: Mu., Fr. \\ \RREN FORD, Alexandria, 
Va.: Bi., Fr. 



Third Ron: CLAI DIA FORTENBERRY, Fairhope: P.E., Soph. CONNIE 
FOSTER, Huntsville: Fi .11 U\ FOSTER, Huntsville: Elem. Ed., Soph. DAVE 
FOWLER. Blum.: Math. Jr. DONNA FOWLER, Florence: Undec, Fr. 



Fourth Run: HI SSELL FOWLER, B'ham.: Chem., Fr. NATHAN FRANK- 
LIN, Fairfield: Undec. Jr. STEVE FRANKLIN. B'ham.: Re., Fr. VALERIE 
FRASIER, Clinton, Tenn.: Pha., Jr. DAVID FREEDMAN, Orlando, Fla.: Jr. 



Fifth Row: RONNIE FRENCH. Huntsville: Pha., Soph. HICK FRISBEE, 
Lawrenceburg, Tenn.: Fr. STEVE FRISBEE, Lawrenceburg, Tenn.: Undec, 
Soph. KAT FRY. B'ham.: I ndec, Fr. CRAIG Fl LFOHD. B'ham.: Law. Fr. 



Sixth Row: DON FULTON. B'ham.: Bi.. Soph. LINDA GABLE. B'ham.: Math. 
Soph. HAY GAGLIANO. B'ham.: B.A., Soph. DAN CAY. Tarrant: Bi.. Fr. 
.11 DY CALLMAN. B'ham.: Jo., Jr. 



Seventh Row: DELORES GALLOWAY. East Tallassee: B.A.. Fr. JERRY 
GALLUPS. Pell City: Law, Soph. DAVID CAMBLE. B'ham.: Eh., Fr. 
GEORGE GAMILE, B'ham.: Pha.. Jr. CLORIA GANT. B'ham.: So. Sc, Fr. 



Eighth Row: JOHN GAROIS, Tuscumbia, B.A.. Soph. LEON GARMAN, 
Gadsden; Jr. DOUGLAS GARNER, Guntersville: Hi.. Jr. MEG GEARE, 
Atlanta. Ga.: Elem. Ed.. Fr. DON GENTRY, Gallant: Re., Soph. 



Ninth Row: TOM GIBSON. B'ham.: LYNN GIVENS, B'ham.: Under., Soph. 
FRANK GLADNEY, Vienna, Va.: B.A., Fr. DAVID GILLESPIE, B'ham.: 
Undec, Fr. ANNE GLASS, B'ham.: Hi.. Soph. 



Tenth Row: LAURIE GLASS, B'ham.: Hi.. Soph. TAYLOR GLASS. B'ham.: 
Human Rel, Jr. DIANE GLENN. B'ham.: Finn. Ed., Fr. ED GLENN. Deca- 
tur: Mu.. Soph. I' VST i GILBERT, Talladega: Math, Fr. 



Eleventh Row: LARRY GOLDEN, B'ham.: Med., Soph. EMILY GOLSON, 
Montgomery: Soc Sc, Jr. DAVID GOOCH. Columbia. Mi-.: Eh.. Fr. JANE 
GOODHI E, Huntsville: Chem., Soph. GLORIA GOODLET, Hialeah, Fla.: 
Math, Soph. 



Twelfth Row: J VNICE GOODLET, Hialeah, Fla.: Elem. Ed., Jr.. IIOW \HD 
GOODWIN, Cullman; Mu., Fr. KFN GOODWIN, Cullman: Re., Jr. JOYCE 
col I.D. Eutaw: Mu., Fr. RICHARD GRACE, Lafayette, Eh., Soph. 




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MM GR Ml Wl. M ii. Fr. GAYLB GR Ml \M. B'ham.: 

• tAHAM. B'ham.: Eh.. Soph WILLIAM GRAHAM. Garden- 
>ll\ GR WES. B'ham.: Plia.. Soph. 



i K.I! GR W. I'.IH iiv. Pha..Soph. BRl CE GREEN, B'ham.: 
\AN< ^i GRIFFIN. West Va.: Elem. 1.1 . Soph 

DW1GH1 GRIFFITH, Lexington. Kv : Pha„ Jr. 
M\Kk GRIFFITY. I Kv.: Pha., Fr. 



IRou HOLLY GRIMES. Monroe. Ga.: B.A., Fi -II GRIMSLE^ Pei 

i Pha.. Soph. KM'in GRISSOM, Russellville: Hi.. Fr. W Mil II 
GRI I .lil.: Hi.. Soph. J<M1\ GRl I W\ M.l>. Georgiana: 

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Ron Ml NNISGI HI r II. Ft. Pierce, Fla.: Vcc, Fr. RHODA Gl 1-1 
\ttalla. Eh., Soph. PAM (.1 NTER, Tuscumbia: So., Soph. M.W COLVIN 
GUY. Selma: B.A., Soph. MARCIA <.\\1Y Gadsden: Mil. Jr. 



Fifth Row ELIZABETH HAGGARD, Huntsville, Fr. DUDLEY HALL, 

Mil..-, ill,-. Re., Soph. GARLAND HALL, Vine t: Math, Sr. HUEY HALL, 

Cottom I: I'.i I. Kl \ HALL, Louisville, K\.: Eh., Jr. 



Sixth Row: LARRY II M.I . Mobile: I nde. ., Soph. I \MI - l> HAMILTON, 
(num.: Pha., .1- I MM I M II WINY B'ham.: Home Ec., Jr. DON II \M 
1.1 N. Hobart, l.i.l.: I'll.... Fr. PEGG"i HAMM, HevUn: Undec, Soph. 



Seventh Rou l'\1 HAMMOCK, Phenix Citv: I ndec., Fr. JOHN HAMPTON, 
B'har, I - oph IL'DITH ELLEN HAND, Bessmer, Undec, Soph. CHER- 
RY HANEY, Atlanta, Ga.: Undec, Soph. BILL HARDIN, Monroeville: \. i . 

Jr. 



Eighth Rou GAR\ HARDIN, Centre: B.A., Fr. E\ \ HARDWICK, Fi. 
Pierce, Fla.: Elem Ed., I. WIRT II Mil. IN. Nashville, Tenn.: I ndec, Fr. 
RILU1 HARMON, Hueytown: P.E., Fr. -Wl II VRMON, B'ham.: Me., Soph. 



Math Rou ln\l\n HARMON, Fresno, Calif.: Eh.,Fr. \ Mil VRPER, Pine 
Hill: li \ . Fr. Ill H II VRRINGTON, Huntsville: I.M., Fr.J VNITA HARRIS, 
Springfield, Tenn.: Pha., Soph. KENNETH II VRRISON, B'h hem., Jr. 



Teath Rou I I -I II HARRISON, Greenville: Pha., Ji I'llll HARRISON, 
D. Funiak Springs, ll B.A I. VNN HART, B'ham.: Sc, Fr. LARRY 
HART, Warrior, li II CI1 - II MM -I II I D, Dothar, B \ Soph. 



th Rou I IM»\ II Mill Mobile: Sn . Soph rED HAYES, PrateviUc: 
I ...I. VI n I \M III VDLEY, Clanton Ma Soph TOW - III B 

l , RA^ MOND III I fON, Montgomei . R. Soph 



URou TOMMY HELTON. Anniston Mu I. DAVID HENDERSON, 
fille. Hi.. Soph GRACI HENDERSON. B'ham Mu., JERR\ III \ 
PERSON h.i.v. Under.. Fi D KEIGH HENDERSON, Huntsville I. 







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First Row: WILLI Wl III \DLIA . Dothan: Sc, Soph. LYLE HENDRIX, Ge- 
neva: Pha., Jr. LLCrt I) HERON, Anniston, Pre. Med., Jr. HANDY HICKS, 
Evergreen: Pha., Soph. WILLIAM HICKS. Montgomery: Re. Ed., Soph. 



SecondRow. DARRELL HIGGINBOTHAM, B'ham.: Mu.,Fr. BONNIE HIL- 
DRETH, B'ham.: Hi.. Jr. ALLEN HILL. Decatur: Re. Ed., Jr. FRANKLIN D. 
HILL. B'ham.: Pha., Jr. .11 I>Y HILL. Prattville: B.A., Fr. 



Third Row: NANCY HILL, Mobile: Undec., Soph. NORRIS HILTON, 
B'ham.: Re., Soph. SHERRY H1NDM AN. Talladega: Home Ec, Soph. JANET 
HITCHCOCK. Orlando, Fla.: So., Soph. ELAINE HOBSON, B'ham.: J.,.. 
Soph. 



Fourth Row: JOHN HOFFMAN. Miami. Fla.: Re.. Soph. DANNY HOLDER, 
VVt-dow.v: Pha.. Soph. HoHlii HOLLAND. B'ham.: B.A.. Jr. JOHNNIE 
HOLLEY, Sylacauga: Home Ec, Jr. JOY HOLLINGSWORTH, Trussville: 
P.E., Fr. 



Fifth Row: ROY HOLLIS, Bessemer: Undec, Fr. ROGER HOLLIS, B'ham. 
Hi., Jr. FRANK HOLMES. B'ham.: Undec., Fr. GAIL HOLT, B'ham.: So., Jr 
JANNA HOOIE. B'ham.: Mu., Fr. 



Sixth Row: VICKI HOOTEN, Fultondale: Pha.. Fr. D1ANNE HOOTON, 
B'ham.: Mu., Jr. DANNY HOPKINS, Reform: Math. Soph. BETTY HOUSE, 
Sylacauga: B.A., Soph. JAMES 0. HOUSE, Goodwater, Pre Med., Fr. 



Seventh Row: BOBBY HOUSTON. Raleigh. Miss.: Pha., Jr. SARA JOYCE 
HOUSTON. Plantersville: H. Ec, Soph. WILLIS E. HOWARD. HuntsviUe: 
Law, Fr. ANGIE HUDSON, Enterprise: Eh., Fr. NOEL THOMAN HUDSON, 
Huntsville, PE.. Fr. 



Eighth Row: ANN HUEY, B'ham.: Elem. Ed., Fr. LINDA HUGES, Warrior: 
Bi.. Fr. WAYNE HULTON, Atlanta: Re., Jr. CAROLYN HUMPHREY, 
B'ham.: Elem. Ed.. Jr. FLORENCE HURST, B'ham.: Art Ed.. Jr. 



Ninth Row: PHILLIP HURST, B'ham.: B.A., Fr. HARRY HURT. Atlanta: 
B.A., Fr. DOW HUSKEY, Dothan: Bi., Jr. JAMES HUSKY, Dothan: Chem.. 
Soph. JO ELISE HUTCHISON, Florala: P.E., Fr. 



Tenth Row: SALLY HYRNE, Miami. Fla.: Eh.. Fr. JOEL INMAN, Ellinor: 
Hi., Fr. ANN IRWIN, Atlanta. Ga.: Ec, Soph. CISSY ISBFLL. Montgomery: 
Hi.. Jr. BERRYL JACKSON, Thomasville: 1 ndec, Fr. 



Eleventh Row: BETTY LOU JACKSON, B'ham.: Elem. Ed.. Soph. CHERYL 
JACKSON, Thomasville: I ndec, Fr. ED JACKSON, Dothan: Fr. MANR"} 
ELANE JACKSON, Monroeville: I ndec, Fr. SUSANNA JAMES, Gadsden: 
Elem. Ed., Fr. 



Twelfth Row: CHARLOTTE JARRETT. B'ham.: Hi.. Jr. MARTHA JAR- 
RETT, B'ham.: Hi.. Jr. VERA JAUDON, Wauchula, Fla.: Mu. Ed., Soph. 
DONNA JEFFARES. B'ham.: Home Ec. Soph. LARRY JENNINGS, Annis- 
ton: Pha., Jr. 




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I VROI JERKINS. Hartford: So.. Soph VNN JOHNSON, B'ham: 
lr \W JOHNSON, lai-ksonville: Hi., Soph. BILLIE MARI1 
JOHNSON. D <J \in JOHNSON, B'ham BA, Fi 



. PHILLIP 1 JOHNSON, B'ham: Eh., Jr. MM JOHNSON, 
Fr. SHERRY IOHNSON. Decatur: Sn., Soph. CAROLS N JOHN- 
STON. Cleveland, IVnn.: Law. Fi DIANNE IOHNSTON, Gadsden: Elem. 
Ed.. Jr 



Third Row. LINDA JOHNSON, B'ham: Elem. Ed., Fr. JAMES T. J0IN1 II. 
.ill.-. Fla.: Hi.. Soph. Hlir\H\ I0N1 S, laladega: Ma., Fr. BR1 I I 
JOWERS, B'ham: BL. Jr. DEIDRA I0NES, Huntsville: So., Fr. 



Fourth Row: ED MM S, Huntsville: Re., I . EUTANAHA [ONES, B'han 
I ndec.. Fr. JUDSON IONES, Hueytown: Hi., Jr. GREG JORDAN, Mobih 
Ma., Fr. LARR\ JONES, Pheni* Citj PI . Soph. 



Fifth Row: LYNN JORDAN, Bessemer: PE., Fr. S( 0T1 JORDAN, Kineville: 
Re., Fr. GERALD JOWERS, Rome, Ga.: Pha., Ft KM IH fULIAN, Besse- 
mer: H. Ec., Fi \WK \\T. B'ham: Elem. Ed., Soph. 



Sixth R„u I DMOND Ml. I lanton: Re., Fr. CLA1 DIA Kh \\\. B'ham: 
Pha., Fr. MACKIE LOl Kl I Bl I R, Mont: I ndec . Soph. SI E KEE1 [NG, 
Louisville, Ky.: Undec., Fr. IIM>\ KELLER, B'ham: Hi. hi. 



th Rou W\( 1 KM 1.1. Dothan: Elem. Ed., Soph. ROBERT KEN 
DRII K. Fairfield: BA, Fr. M VRGARE1 Kl 01 GH, I.,, kson, Miss.: I ndec., 
Fi I VRLTON KETCHAM, B'ham: Phy., Fr. CAROLYN KEYES, B'ham: 
Ma., Jr. 



Eighth Row: KIHK KIRKLAND, Webb: Eh.,Jr. < INK 1 ) KIMBELL, B'ham: 
Hi.. Fi WlilU \ KING, Nashville, Tenn.: Pha., Fr. DOROTHY KIM.. 
B'ham: Ma.. Jr. Il<i\\ \H|i KING, B'ham: IV. Soph. 



\inth Rou IAMES NEWMAN KING, B'ham: V..I- IER0ME KING, 
MuscleShoals Rel Ed., Jr. KATHY KING, Vndalusia Elem.Ed.,Fi PEGG^ 
KIHHI. NeweU: I nde. . Fi \l W KIHK Mobile: UK. Fi 



Tenth Rou REBEC* \ KIRKLEY, B'ham Home Ec., Fr. HYACINTH KISS, 
B'ham: Bi., Soph GERALD KLINE, Hueytown: Re., Soph. MARION 
KNAPP. B'ham Eh Soph DOLORES \ KNIGHT, Uex City: Undo Fi 



th Rou MAR\ KOON Shawmul: Homi I. I. CAROL KYSER 
Miami Springs. Fla.: I nde. Fi lli:i:'i I \< HINA, HI,.,,,, Re. Ed., Jr. 
R I \MI! Lani'll Hi . Ii PATRK I \ I VMBI HI. Pittsburgh, Penn 

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Twelfth Rou DON LANDERS. B'ham Pha..Ji LYNN LANDERS, Miami, 
Mu.Ji MARTHA LANIER. Savannah, Ga So I, SUSAN LARKINS, 
ph |OI I \SSITER, Mont La« I, 




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First Ron GLORIA LAWR] \i I Hamilton: Mu. Eki., Fr. IIKIO LAW- 
SON, Fairfield: BA, Fr. STEVE LEATHERWOOD, B'ham: Re., Soph. M Mi- 
GARET LeCROY, Brent: Elem. Ed., Soph. CHAR] OTTE LEE, Mont: Spa., 

Fr. 



Second Row: JERRY LEE, Decatur: BA, Ji IOHN DAVID LEE, UbertviUe: 
Hi., Jr. CIND\ LEMLEY, Oneonta: SDA, Soph. RONALD LEON Mil). Russ 
ville, Ga.: Pha., Fr. MIKE I, A \Y Hixon, IVnn.: Pha., Fr. 



Third Ron MM LE\ ERETT, LaFayette: Law, Jr. K U LIDE, Pittsburgh, Pa.: 
Spa., Soph. DEDA LILES, I .S. Embassy, Mexico: SDA, Jr. MARTH LILES, 
B'ham: I ndec, Jr. JENN1 LILES, Mexico City, Mexico: I ndec, Fr. 



Fourth Ron: SARAH SI E LINE, Munfordville, Ky.: Hi.. Soph. MARTHA 
LINDSEY, Vlbertville: Elem. Ed.. Soph. LEE ANN LITWILLER, B'ham: HR. 
Jr. JOHN LOGAN. Nashville, Tenn.: Pha., Fr. JACKIE LOONEY, Bessemer: 
Sec. Sc, S(.|ih. 



Fifth Row: KEN LOONEY, B'ham: eh., Jr. LINDA LOPEZ. B'ham: Undec, 
Soph. CHARLOTTE LONG. Haleyville: Mu. Ed.. Soph. BETTY LOWEY, 
B'ham: Hi., Jr. JAMES LUCAS, Troy: Undec., Fr. 



Sixth Row: SHE LUMPKIN, Albertville: Elem. Ed.. Jr. BARRY LUTHER. 
Mberrville: Pha.. Jr. TERESA MACON. B'ham: Bi.. Soph. BETH MADDOX, 
Clanton: Pha.. Fr. SUZANNE MADDOX, B'ham: Com. Ed.. Soph. 



Snmth Ron: CRE1G MAGEE. Maaee. Miss.: Pre- Med.. Fr. CINDY MAL- 
LET. Hialeah. Fla.: Elem. Ed.. Fr. JIM MALONE, HUNTSVILLE: Ace, Soph. 
SAR \ MALONE, B'ham: Hi., Soph. BONNIE MALOY. Avon. Conn.: Art, 
Soph. 



Eighth Ron. NELDA MANN, Tallassee: Elem. Ed.-Psy., Jr. STEVE MARI- 
\< >. B'ham: Pha.. Jr. ELAINE MARSH. B'ham: Mu.. Jr. CALVIN MARTIN, 
Helena: Undec., Fr. LINDA SUE MARTIN. B'ham: So.. Jr. 



Wintk Ron MIKE MARTIN. Springville: Eng., Soph. ROBERT MASSEN- 
GALE, Mobile: Chem., Soph. HELEN MASSEY. Tarrant: Elem. Ed.. Jr. JEFF 
MASTERS. B'ham: BA. Fr. RICHARD MATTHEWS, B'ham: BA, Fr. 



Tenth Row: LYNN MATTINSON, B'ham: Elem. Ed., Soph. JOEL MAX- 
WELL, B'ham: IM. Jr. MICHAEL MAYFIELD, B'ham: Re., Jr. BARBARA 
Mi VLILEY, Foley: Hi., Soph. GAR"V McALILY, Hartford: Pre-Med., Fr. 



Eleventh Row: LI THER M. W \LLY. B'ham: BA, Fr. I'llll. McARTHl l{. 
Vshford: Undec, Fr. BARBARA IOYCE McBRIDE, Pensacola, Fla.: BA, 
Soph. NANCi McCALL, DeFuniak Springs, Fla.: Bi., Fr. WILLIAM 
MrCI.I RE, B'ham: Hi., Jr. 



Twelfth Ron: RICHARD \\ \UI Mel ONNELL, B'ham: So., Fr. SANDRA 
McCORMICK, B'ham: Elem. Ed., Fr. NORM W McCRl MMEN, B'ham: Law, 

Soph. BERNIE McCl RDY, Mont: Mkt., Soph. HARLA McCl RDY, Si 

Mm.. Ga.: Finn. Ed., Soph. 



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M. DON \1 D. B'ham: I rule. . Fr. II M M.DON \1 .D. 

-I SAN M,l Mil \M». Nashville. Tenn.: IV. Fr. \0\ 

h (.11 \t I Mi-GR \W. B'ham: Home 



MARII ^ N \l,(.li \\\. M I I , Soph BILL M, INNTS. 

I r. Mlkl McKENZIE. Tuseumbia: Pha.. Jr. KM 

\|, KIM EV. i Fi MMn McKENZIE. Mobile: Fr., 

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-i nil M. KNIGHT. B'ham: BA. Jr. Kl I \\ I McLAIN, Aliens: 

Soph. I lliin McLAREN. Palm Beach I B Pe, I. II \NNI 

\|. Mh II ML. Washington. D( Eh.-HR. Jr. DENNIS McMILLAN, B'ham: 



',. i I \l \l. I; \l . Eufaula: I ndec, Fr. BARBAR \ MEDLEN. 
Hunis\ille: So.. Soph. SHERRIE XII 1 > I IN. Orlando, Fla.: So., Fr. DIANE 
MICHLEFELDER. Hancefield: Ec.. Fr. CHARLES MICKLE, Lafayette: 
1,1.. Fr. 



Fifth Roh.CH M!I.L> MILAZZO. B'ham: Re., Jr. MIKE MILLER, Lucedale, 
Miss.: M.i. Ed.. Jr. I'M MILLER, B'ham: Law, Jr. REX MILLER, Lombard, 
III.: Pha., Soph. TON^ MILLER, Coaling: Re., Fr. 



Sixth Row: I \MI -Mill IMA. B'ham: Pha., Jr. HIT II Mil LS, B'ham: Eh. 
|i I N1II.N MILLS. Mont: Mu. Ed., Soph. K \ Tin MILLS. Bruce: Horrn I 
Soph. STANLEY Mil WIT . B'ham: \n. Jr. 



•I, Row: RON \I.D MIMS. Jasper: Pha.. Soph. JAMES MINOR. B'ham: 
Re. I , LONNIE MINOR. Tuscaloosa: BA, Jr. SI I \ I MINOR, B'ham: Re. 
Soph. VICKIE MINSEW, Wiston: Mu., Soph. 



Eighth Row:CH Mil. I- MIR \N|>\. I airfield: Pha. BARBAR \ MITCHELL, 
Hunts: LI, n, Ed , I . MITCH MITCHELL, Dadeville: Pha., Fr. < Him IT 
MOBLEY. B'ham: Homi B Soph. NIK Kl A MOMAN. B'ham: Hi., Sr. 



\inth Row: KAREN MONROI B'ham: Ma., Ji III MONROE, B'ham: 
I ndec.. Fr. N\N(.\ MONROE. Mi II, : LI, in. Ed., Jr. CAROL MONT- 
GOMERY, l,-i Point. Ga So Fi HAYDEN MONTGOMERY, B'ham: 
I nde< .. Soph. 



Tenth Rou IOYCE MOODY. Forest Park. Ga.: Mu. Ed., Soph. FAYE 
MOORE. Gainesville, Ga !,'■ Fi FREDA MOORE, Trussvill. Chem.,Soph. 
LINDA MOORE, Talladega: Elem. Ed Ir. I! U MOND MOORE, Gardendale: 
oph. 



uh Rou MARGARE1 MOORI Bronxville, NY: Hi.. Soph. MONA 

MOOHI rru .11, II Ee.Soph. WARREN MOOREHEAD. Stone Mln., 

UR I, DAVELAINE MORDECAI, Gle ■ Pha., Ii II Rl SA MOR 

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■/, Rou MM! I II \ MORING, |»„il„„. Elem. Ed.. Jr. '.Ml MORRIS, 
I \\l MORRIS. Dothan: Bi I i I UFFORD MORRI 
1 , |, Gl ORGI MORRISON. B'ham Pha.. Soph, 




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First Row: CHARLES MOSLEY, Menlo, Ga.: Ma., FR. LOIS MOSLEY, 
B'ham: Sec. Sc, Fr. JOHNNY MOl NT, B'ham: Re., Fr. SHARON RAYE 
MAXEY, Plant City: Ma., Fr. DAVID Ml LLINS, Waianee, Hawaii: Eh., Jr. 



SecondRow: GAR"} Ml LLINS, Eclectic: Hi., Fr. WILLI \\1 II. Ml LLINS, 
Collinsville: Eh., Jr. GLENN Ml NCH, Collinsville: Pha., Jr. BARBARA 
Ml SE, B'ham: Bio.. Soph. CHARLES N Ml I V B'ham: Vcc. Fr. 



Third Row: JIM N MLS. Havana, Fla., Psy., Fr. MARY NASH. Montgm ry, 
P.E.. Fr. ELIZABETH NELSON, Montg'mry, Rel. Ed.,Soph REX NELSON, 
B'ham: Mu., Soph. W VYNE NELSON, Mobile, Bio., Soph. 



Fourth AW. DEAN MA II.LE. B'ham:. Law. S.,,,h. LI < A NEW MAN. Andal- 
usia, Elem. Ed., Fr. TOMMY NEWTON, Prattville: Bio., Irreg. CHARLES 
NICHOLS, Garden, lal(. Pha.. Jr. CHARLES NICHOLSON. Ganlendale: Pha.. 
Jr. 



Fifth Row: VIC NICHOLS. B'ham.: B.A. & Mkt.. Jr. H\N\ i N()E. B'ham: 
Pre Law. Jr. SI SAN NOEL. B.A.. H'ville: Fr. LAHHi NOLAN, Athens, 
Tenn.: Law. Jr. LINDY NOLAN. Boca Raton, Fla.. Sp. & DRa., Fr. 



Sixth Ron: ALEDA NOOJIN, GADSDEN, Med. Tech., Jr. MARJORIE NOR- 
HIS. B'ham.. Mu., Jr. WILLIAM JOHN NUGENT. Oneonta: Rel., Soph. 
DIANE NUSS, Pin.- Hill: Sec. Sc, Jr. ELLEN O'BARR, B'ham: Mu., Fr. 



Seventh Ron: MARE1 N \ (/CONNER. Pha.. Jr. JERRY O'DELL, B'ham.. 
Pha., Jr. ALLEN ODOM, Pensacola, Fla.: Pha.. Irreg. PAM ODOM, Doraville, 
Ga.: Home Ec, Jr. MARY ANN OECHSLE, B'ham: Undec, Fr. 



Eighth Ron: TIMOTHY LEE OLIVE. Baguio City, Philippines: Journ., Jr. 
KEN OLIVER. B'ham: Eh & SDA, Jr. FRANK OLIVEY. B'ham: Undec, 
Soph. KAREN OLSEN, Chart.: Art. Fr. BARBARA O'REAR, B'ham: Fr.. 

Soph. 



Vinth Ron: JOE PALMER. Akron. Ohio: Re.. Jr. CHARLES PARKER. 
B'ham: Re.. Fr. DIANA PARR, Dothan, Rel. Ed.. So. JUDY PARRETT. Svla- 
cauga: Hum. Re., Jr. JOHNNY PARROTT. B'ham: Pre-Eh., Fr. 



Tenth Ron: I'M LA PARSONS. B'ham: Eh.. Soph. SANDY PASCHA1.L. 
Nashville, Undec., Fr. GAYLE PATTERSON, B'ham: Ma., Soph. LINDA 
PATTERSON, Montgomery: Soc, Soph. PATRIC1 \ PATTERSON, Cullman: 
Mu. Ed., Soph. 



Eleventh Row: JAMS PATTEN, \\ etumpka: Re., Fr. CLEVE P \YNL. Mable- 
ton. Ga.: Re., Jr. JUDY PEARMAN. H'ville: Phy., Fr. BILL PEEPLES. 
B'ham.: Re., So. BILLY PENDERGRASS, Collinsville: Re., Jr. 



Twelfth Ron. I'M LPENDLEY, Atlanta: Hi., Soph. BILL PENNEY, H'ville: 
BA. Soph. .11 l>, PENNEY. HAille: Med. Tech, Fr. JAMES PENINGTON, 
B'ham: Phi & Ma. Irreg. JOAN PETERSON, Dothan: El. Ed., h 




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KM 111 I'l I n Blum. II. . Soph. 1 i\\ I'llll LIPS: B'ham, 
MORRIS PHILLIPS Carihage. Miss. RONNIE I'llll I IPS: 
-111 II \ I'llll I IPS: Gunlersville. Law. Fi 



.1 Klilh I'M 111 I MAYER: B'ham. I ...).-. . Fi DOYI I 

I'll RCE:( !«•!.. Ji I' \ I lilt I \ l'l( KENS: Harlselle. Elem. Ed, 

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. VIRGINIA PIKE: Florence. Bio.. Soph. JANE \WI PINSON 
h . Ir. BOB PITMAN: Florei R. Soph Dl WM I'll I v 
Sled. Te, I,.. Fr.J V.MES I .. POH1 MAN: Fairfield. Pre. Denl - 



Rou I \R01 PORTER: Memphis. Tenn.. So., Soph. NANO POPE: 
Vtlanta. Elem. Ed.. Soph. W \1 NE POTFAY: Jacksonville. Fla.. I ndei Soph 
BARBARA POWE: Laurel. Miss.. I'l,... I, M I II POWERS: B'ham.. Vcc, 

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Fifth Row: |u||\ POWI II Odenville. Math. Fr. ROBERT I'm, TOR 
Irondale. Re.. I, CHERYI PRESKJTT: B'ham., Ma. I, LUCi PREST- 
WOOD: Vndalusia, Elem. Ed., Jr. I .MtlO PRICE: B'ham., BA, Fr. 



Sixth Row: HII.IA I'KIDDi ; Montgomerv. I ndec. Fr. \ \\< 1 I'lil I II I : 
Mont., Elem. Ed.. Fr. JAN1 I'l GH: Mont.', So. . I i I [NDA I'l (-11: I).- Fun- 
iak Springs, Mu., Fr. \1\Uin \ I'l RCI 1.1. Wesl Palm Beach, SDA, Soph. 



DORIS PI rMAN: Tarranl, Com. Ed., Irreg. SHERRY Ql \N: 
B'ham. Speech, Soph. RONALD RANDALL: Tusc, Pre-Med., Fi IRWIN 
RAY: \tl..i,i.,. Pre-Denl., Jr. MIKI- I! VY: Vndalusia, I ndei I - 



EighthRou SI SAN REED: B'ham. Mu., Soph. RICK REEV1 Cal I 

I!,... Soph. OTIS REEVES. Monl. Hid Law, Jr. I Mi in REDDOl k I aurel 
Miss.. Pha, Jr. CHERYL REID B I Fr. 



Mnth Row: LOl ISI REID HuntsviUe. Mu., Soph. STEVE REYNOLDS: 
Hunlsvilk BA, Soph. Will Rl 'i NOI DS: Red Level, Pha., Irreg. BEN RH I 
\rab. Id. Soph. JAN RICE: B'ham, Ho I Fi 



Rou IACK RICHARDSON: B'ham. Indie. Fi I'M I RICHTER 
I. ID RIDDI I Prallville. I ndec. Soph Dl \WI RI1 I 1 

I I,. I. II liin RIZZO: Miami. Pha I i 



I Rl I) KOBI RTS B'ham I'l I. MARI W ROBI RTS 
I nl.-.i-. .. < ... M.i . I r WILLIAM I ROBERTS NWlhpnrl. Law. Fr. GENE 
ROBERTSON: G ' '■ I. HERMAN ROBERSON: New Hope, Ma, Fi 



■■■/, Rou MAin III ROBERTSON: Hoi* Texas. Bio.. Soph. 

IIUMi ROBINS U'l l, l!\1 ROBBINS New Orleans. Pre-Med., 

I. LINDA ROBINSON Saraland. R. I.I I. MELINDA ROBINSON: 

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First Rou VIRGINIA RODGERS, B'ham: Ma., Ii FRANCIS ROLLINS, 
B'ham: Jo., I. [ANICE ROPER, Trussville: Ed.-Fr., Soph. LINDA ROSE, 
Selma: Elem. Ed., Jr. JANET ROTENBERRY. Montevallo: En., Soph. 



Second Rou IANE ROWE, Trussville: PE, Soph. BECIG ROWDEN, 
Hattiesburg, Miss.: I ndec, Fr. CAROLYN Rl HI). Ozark: Mu., Jr. BR \l> 
LEY SAL\ \<.l. B'ham: BA, Jr. MARGARET SAMPSON, Harlan, Ky.: 
I ndec, Soph. 



Third Rou DAI I SANDI RSON, Meridianville: I ndec, Fr. CARL S \M»- 
ERS, Memphis, Tenn.: Pre-Med., Fr. RO\ SANFORD, Northport: Re., Fi 
|OHN SANTORO, Blum: Pha., Jr. MIR1 \M SA1 LS, Mobile: Bi., Fr. 



Fourth Row: JACK SCHNEIDER, B'ham: Law,Jr. KRIS SHOENING, Tulsa, 
Okla: BA-SN, Soph. BARBARA SCOTT, B'ham: I ndec, Fr. JOE SCOTT, 
Valparaiso, Fla.: Mu., Fr. k Villi SCOTT, Foley: I ndec, Soph. 



Fifth Ron. PAl L SCOTT. Plant City, Fla.: Undec, Fr. SONDRA SCOTT, 
Butler: So., Soph. JON SEELEY, B'ham: Pha.,Soph.Jl D"i SEGLER. Panama 
City, Fla.: Hi., Soph. JOE SIMPSON, Galesburg, 111.: Jo., Jr. 



Sixth Ron. RACHEL SIMPSON, Reform: Ma.. Soph. ALVIN SIMS. Lanett: 
\cc,Jr. DAVID SIMS, B'ham: Pre-Dent.. Soph. WIN FOR I) SIMS. Talladega: 
Undec. Fr. CLAIRE SIZEMORE, Sullisent: Undec, Soph. 



Seventh Rom: SI E SHADDIX. B'ham: Ma.. Jr. CHARLES E. SHAFFER, 
Mobile: I ndec, Jr. GAY SHANEYFELT, Falkullc I ndec Fr. DELOS 
SHARPTON, Gadsden: Hi.. Soph. MARTHA CAROL SHAW, Tersha Mar 
Mulga: Art. lire};. 



Eighth Ron: MIKE SHAW . B'ham: Re.. Fr. CHARLES SHELL, Tullahoma, 
Tenn.: Pha.. Jr. DONNA SHERER. B'ham: So.. Fr. SANDRA SHERM \Y 
Decatur: Hi.. Soph. ROBERT SLACK. Hartselle: Ace, Fr. 



Ninth Ron: ERNIE SLAUGHTER, Lanett: Ace, Fr. CAREY SLAY. Shef- 
field: Re.. Fr. ANNE SLAYDEN, Huntsville: I ndec, Fr. BRUCE SLOAN, 
Bainbridee, Ga.. Undec.. Jr. ALLEN SMITH B'ham: BA, Jr. 



Tenth Row: BAYNE SMITH, Mont: Eh., Soph. GENE SMITH, Huntsville: 
Undec Soph. PAULA SMITH. RussellviUe: Eh.. Jr. RANDY SMITH. Albert- 
ville: Re Fr. RAY SMITH. Dothan: Re., Jr. 



Eleventh Row: SIIER i I. SMITH, B'ham: Sei Si . Soph. S'i IA IA SMITH. 
Chattanooga: Undec, Jr. HELEN SMALLWOOD, Huntsville: Law. Fr. 
DONN \ SNIDER, B'ham: SDA, Jr. JOHN SOMERSET. Blum: Ba Pre- 



Twelfth Rou MIKE SPARKMAN, Mont: Mu., Soph. TRUDY SPINKS, 
Mont: Bi.. Fr. RO"i SPEARS, Opelika: Pre-Sem., Soph. KATHY SPRAY- 
BERRY, Vnniston: Undec, Fr. SHARON STANLEY. Andalusia: Speech, Fr. 






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DUN SI CI UK Masi-ouih. III.: Jo.. Fr. H VROLDSTI I I I 
NDA -II PHI \S. I 5. Soph. 



I II \KI nil I STEVENS. \lexander Citv: SN. Soph. W HIT- 
, .- Hi.. Soph. II RR^I Ml \\ Mil. Don.: 

vYMOND \l ITU R STEWART. VshviUe: Pha.. Jr. CHARLES 



«.>l INTON STILUS U.OY B'ham: BA.Jr. h MM I STOI DEN- 
MIRI Fr. DEBOR Ml STRICKLAND. Mont: Ed. Fr. 

IACKSTI Mil. B'ham: Eh.. Jr. MM 111 R SI l.l.l\ \\. Selma: 1 n,l. , I , 



, DAY1NESI MMER, B'ham: Chem., Jr. I'M -I MMER. B'ham: 

. . I, (.Ml SW W. B"liam:Ho Ec, I-Y.I.MO SWEATT, Leeds: Hi., 

' Mil II \ SWEDENBI RG. Hueytown: So., Jr. 



Row: SANDRA SWINDLE, Na.hviUe, Term.: Undec, Fr. Mlliin 
SW1NT. Decatur. Ga.: Undec., Fr. JOHN SYLVESTER, B'ham: Re., Fi 
-II \R> \ \W1 I VCKABERRY, B'ham: Mi.. Jr. MIKE TANNER, Morris 
Plains. M: I'li.i.. Fr. 



Sixth Huh lAKin TATE. B'ham: Hi., Jr. JIM1 M LOR. Mobile: Pre-Dent. 
Fr. IOHN I M LOR, Reform: Mu.. Soph. JULIA \\\ LOR, La Grange, Ga. 
I ndec., Fr. STEVE TAYLOR, B'ham: Pre-Eng., Fr. 



th Row: CH Mil. KIT TEAS, RussellviUe: Home Ec., Jr. 1 .1 M > \ TER- 
RELL. IWumbia: Elem. Ed., Soph. BETH JEAN III Mil'. Evergreen: Mu., 
Soph. STANLEY THIGPEN, B'ham: Pre-Eng., Soph. BRENDA THOMAS, 
I ii-i aloosa: Ed., Fr. 



ErphthRow: ELGIN THOMAS. B'ham: Speech, Fi II \)\ THOMASON.Mo- 
bile: Ma., Fi IIM THOMPSON, Butler: I ndec, Irreg. FRED THOMPSON, 
Sullipenl: BL, Jr. LEIGH fHOMPSON, Bristol, Ten n.: Art. Jr. 



Mnth Row: M MO THOMPSON, B'ham: Undec., So. HI III DIANE 
I HOMPSON, Stone Mtn.,Ga.: Nursing, Soph. SI SAN rHOMPSON, Ubert- 
villi-. Mu.. Fr. -I ZANNE rHOMPSON, B'ham: I ndec, Fr.JERRA. I HORIS 
ION. Russelville: Chem I I 



Tenth Ron UOMI.I! I THORNTON. Tallassee: Re, Irreg. \Rl HER HEIDT 

THORPE. Ill Re. Soph, \ LAN TODD, Pied nl: Pha.. Fi RICHARD 

TRADER. B'ham: Hi-.. Ir, MIMA TRAWICK. Sloromb: Re I i 



th Ron I'M I I RIBBI I . B'ham Pre Di nl Soph Bll I II < KI I!. 

Pn Mill .Soph II \t\ II i.U I i „ Mu . Ir.SAR Ml M TILL. 

Dolhan Elem I.I I , I \SSANDHA \\ I. Mi. B'ham: Eh.. Soph. 



TurlfthRou WU l.\ I \hl liWiMih. I'.h.uii: ll.,„„ I , Fi IOEVAIT1S. 

I i KEN \ Mil- I loral Iii . Fi KMIIIM \ \NCE, 

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Row One: GLENDA VAUGHN, Anniston: Elem. Ed., Jr. TANA LEE 
VAUGHN, B'ham: \n. Grad. RODRIGO VERRA, B'ham: I ndec, Fr. BON- 
NIE VINES, B'ham; Elem. Ed., Soph. 1SABELLE VINES, Bessemer: Law, Fr. 



Run Two: TED VINES, Columbus, Ga.: Hi., Fr. K. \\\ \\ VDE, B'ham: 
Elem. Ed.,Jr. NEIL W \DE. Monroeville: I ndec., Soph. R WDM. I. W VDE, 
B'ham: Pha., Jr. RA^ \\ VDE, B'ham: Re., Jr. 



Row Three: JIMMY WADSWORTH, Tuskegee: Undec, Fr. HAROLD 
\\ \I\ESCOTT. H'wllc SUA, Fr. \\ \RKE\ \\ VGGONER, B'ham: I ndec., 
Jr. BOBBi W \LDRoP. llu.Moun: Mu., Jr. GLENDA W VLDROP, B'ham., 
Elem. Ed.. Soph. 



Rou Four: MAR"\ WALDROP B'ham, Elem. Ed., Soph. W VNDA \\ \L- 
DROP, Prattville: Undec, Fr. ALICE WALKER, Cuba: Bus. Vd.Jr. DONNA 
WALKER. B'ham: Elem. Ed., Jr. GARY WALKER, Cincinnati, Ohm: SDA, 
Soph. 



Row Five: JIM WALKER. B'ham: BA. Jr. KAYE WALKER. B'ham: Eh.. Fr. 
DONNA \\ \R\ICk. B'ham: I nd.-c. I , BREAD A \\ A I I'ERS. B'ham Eh . 
Irreg. MARY WALTERS. Avondale Estates, Ga.: Undec, Fr. 



Row Six: JANIS WARD. Brent: Nursinj:. Fr. TESSA \\ \1!D. B'ham: Finn. 
Ed.. .S„ph. JUDY WARREN. B'ham: Home Ec, Jr. KERRY WARREN, 
Atlanta: I ndec. Fr. JILL W ATKINS B'ham: SDA. Jr. 



Rou Seven: BILL WATSON. Marion: Law, BA. Soph. JILL WATSON. B'ham: 
Art. Soph. MARY ANN WATSON. Maplesville, Eh.. Jr. BURGESS WEAV- 
ER, Dallas. Texas: Ec. Fr. CURTIS WEAVER Anniston: BA, Jr. 



Row Eight: LINDA WEBB. Sheffield: Eh & Jo. Soph. RONALD WEBSTER, 
B'ham: Pha., Jr. STANLEY WEBSTER, B'ham: Pha.. Jr. STANLEY WEB- 
STER. B'ham: Pha., Jr. NORMAN WEED, B'ham: Enein., Fr. 



Row Nine: HAVEN WEESE, Chart., Term.: Elem. Ed., Fr. STEVE WESLEY. 
B'ham: Med. Tech.., Fr. CARL WEST. JR., B'ham: Undec SYLVIA WEST, 
Carrolton, Ga., Elem. Ed.. Soph. TOM WEST. B'ham: BA. Fr. 



Row Ten: ED WHEELER B'ham: I n.l,-. .. Soph. BOB WHITE. MontVnirv: 
Eh, Soph. CHARLES WHITE, Heflin: PE, Soph. JOHN WHITE. Atlanta: 
Med. Fr. DIANE WHITEHEAD. B'ham: Jo. Jr. 



Rou Eleven: JOYCE WHITFIELD. B'ham: Elem. Ed., Soph. SUE WHIT- 
MIKE. I\tlr: El.-m. Ed.. Jr. LARRY \\ HITT,Toney:Ma., Fr. Hill. \\ HITT, 
Toney: Ma., Soph. BRENDA WHITTEN, Anniston: Eh.. Soph. 



Rou Twelve: JI Di W HORTON, B'ham: Hi., Soph. Hill. W IGINTON, Shef- 
field: Pha.,Fr. ROBERT WIKERSON, Pinson: Re., Fr. SIIIUUA WILKER- 
SON. HY.I-i, \rs.nal: Med. Tech, Fr. U.I.IA Willi WIS. B'ham: Hi. .Jr. 




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|OI Willi \MS.Gunters\ille: \ li PHIL 

-II \ I \\ II. 1. 1 Wl>. Lynn: 1 ndec., 



s SA\ WILLIAMS. D.vatur. Ga.. Fi rHOMAS WILLIS. Mor- 

- \\M WILLOIGHBY. < Ion. Hislon. Jr. VSTER WIL 

^ \ \\ II I nl GHBY. Cullman. BA, 1 . 



Mlkl W11.SON. Dothan. ba. ji RON WILSON. Montgomery, 
\\{\[\ VMMBERLY. Montgomery. Undecided. So STEVI 
\\I\KI 1 . Shellleld. I ndec, Fr. JOE WOLF, ( luckasaw, I ndec., Fr. 



hRoii RONALD WOOD. B'ham.SDA So rERRIA WOOD, Tuscaloo- 
>u ELLEN WOODRI FF. Atlanta, Ga.: 1 ndec., Fr. S M! Ml WOO- 
DRI II. \nnislon. I ndec. Soph. TOM WOODS, B'ham. BA, So. 



Fifth Rom: CHARLES WOOSLEY. Scottsboro. Phar., So. LARR"i WOR- 
LEY, Hunlsville. Music. Fr. MATTLYN WREN, B'ham, SDA, Jr. JACK 
WRIGHT. B'ham. Law. So. I MilO WRIGHT. Muscle Shoals, Re., Fr. 



Sixth Hun NANO WRIGHT. New Orleans, La.: Elem. Ed., Jr. SHERRILL 
WRIGHT. Mexandria, Va.. Human Rel.. So. CAROL JANE \\ 'i Ml. \-h 
ville. Fr. M Mill A N W 'i NN. Gadsden. Hi., So. Ill \IO 'i I VCKLE, B'ham, 

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■ Ron IOHN YORK. Montgomery, \m. So. PATRICIA YOI NG, 
d Hi., So. SANDRA YOUNG, Brent, Fr. SUSAN YOI NGBLOOD, 
B'ham. BA : 




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Undergraduates 



272 













Irregular Students 



Fire* Komi: JOHN Al SENBAUGH, Dawson Springs, Ky., Phar. RICH \RD 
BOLIN, B'ham, RE. BRUCE BRIDGES. Bainbridge, Ga., Unde. . OTIS BEN- 
TLEY. B'ham. 



Second Row: GORDON R. BUSH, Brighton, Phar. ELIZABETH CLAYTON, 
B'ham. Phar. JOHN COLEMAN, B'ham. Mkt. GREG DOGNAN. B'ham. 
Indus. Man. 



Third Row: LYNN EVANS, Jayess, Miss., Re. ELDRIDGE HATHAM. Altoo- 
na, Phar. WILLIAM D. JONES, B'ham, Pre-Med. CAROL McLEOD, Hazel- 
hurst: Ga., L'ndec. 



Fourth Row: STEVE MOSS, Jacksonville, Fla. JOE L. MOSELY. B'ham. Phar. 
ELLIS LAMBERT, B'ham. Re. JIM HALE, Montgomery, Mkt. 



Fifth Row: BETTY HENDERSON, B'ham, Music. JANE HOLLEY. Montgo- 
mery, Eh. ROBERT THORNTON. Pinson, Re. JOHN SHERER. Dothan, 
Phar. 



Sixth Row: LOUIE SKAGGS. Jasper. ( Ihem. WILLIAM GOLDEN. Columbia, 
Tenn., Phar. GERALD YORK. B'ham. BA. BARRY WOOD. Florence. Phar 



Seventh Row: JAME WOOD, Montgomery, Re. ALTON WILSON, Carpenter, 
Kv., Phar. JOHN VICK, B'ham. Ace. 



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ADVERTISING 



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RUTH LAWLEY'S 
BEAUTY SALON 

HOMEWOOD 

879-7561 2804 18th St. 



Would you believe he was clean-shaven 

when he started looking for 

a parking place? 



Compliments of 

FAMED 
COTTON BOWL 

2820 S. 18th Homewood 




To the class of '67: 

Congratulations upon your graduation, 
and best wishes for success and happiness. 



THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, 
SAMFORD UNIVERSITY 



Harold E. Martin '54, President 
Mrs. Joseph Eshelman '45, Vice president 
Mrs. Dudley Watkins '43, Secretary 
Michael H. White '45, Treasurer 



McCAIN'S BARBER SHOP 



Open 8-6 

Closed on Wednesday 
Newly Remodeled 
Installed Vacuum System 



315 Oxmoor Road Homewood, Ala. 



One hour 



"lUMiniim: 

THE MOST IN DRY CLEANING 



1923 29 Ave. So. 871-3609 

One Hour Service — No Extra Charge 
8 A.M.— 4 P.M. MON.— SAT. 



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Let us add life to your worn shoes 

WALL'S VESTAVIA 
SHOE HOSPITAL 

Vestavia Shopping Center 
Phone: 871-1093 

Service while you shop or wait 



THE SQUIRE'S SHOP 

Homewood 

Distinctive Apparel- for Men 
and Young Men 




'IT'S FINGER LICKIN' GOOD!" 



Colonel Sanders' 

K«ntu£ky fried IMen 



VARNER BROS. RESTAURANTS, INC 

I p 1720 Third Avenue West 

Birmingham, Alabama 787-5233 




REYNOLD'S PHARMACY 



Your Walgreen Agency 



320 Oxmoor Rd. 

Homewood, Alabama 

Phone: 879-4661 or 879-966' 



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Luxury Mold in Downtown Birmingham 

Completely AIR CONDITIONED • 171 Rooms 
POOL • TV, Radio, Background Music In All Rooms 







Convention Facilities * Dancing Nightly 

FRENCH RESTAURANT • FREE PARKING 

951 South 18th St in Medical Center 
BIRMINGHAM ALABAMA 



a college 
diploma 

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to many careers 

No matter what business or profession you 
have chosen as a career, life insurance will 
play a vital role in your future planning. 
Not only is life insurance important as a 
security measure, it also creates an immed- 
iate estate for you while you are growing 
in your chosen life's work. There is a well- 
trained Liberty National representative who 
can help you as he has helped so many 
other men plan their life insurance program. 




LIBERTY NATIONAL 

LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 



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BILL JOHNSON— Owner 


Jor Qoodness Sake 


JOHNSON GULF SERVICE 


Sat 


Tires • Batteries • Accessories 
Road and Mechanical Service 


^*— %. 


14 Years Experience 
Phone 879-9590 




28th Ave. Co. Homewood 





251-3226 Phones 251-3015 



BRADLEY & BEDSOLE 
BODY SHOP 



2101 8th Avenue, South 
T. M. BRADLEY H. T. BEDSOLE 



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Girl, team, fun, friends - 

all go better refreshed. 
Coca-Cola, never too sweet, 

gives that special zing . . . refreshes best. 



things go 

better,! 

Coke 





Homewood, Alabama 




.PLOTT BARBER SHOP — i 




CONTOUR RAZOR 

CUTTING HAIR 

STYLING 

FREE PARKING FOR 
OUR CUSTOMERS 



PLOTT 
BARBER 

SHOP 

2905 18th STREET 

HOMEWOOD 

879-6452 



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EDGEMONT GULF SERVICE 

Frank F. Busenlehner, Dealer 
821 Green Springs Hiway 

Birmingham, Ala. 35209 Ph. 879-9583 



LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS 




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PIR5T OPfWTUN ITY TO PAjMTTHf UHttW&fi&W*' 




DAVENPORT'S PIZZA 
PALACE 



ANY ITALIAN FOOD 

TO SUIT YOUR 
TASTE 




2837 Cahaba Rd 

Phone: 879-8603 

Phone ahead for quicker service 



280 





Shop Your 



UNIVERSITY 
BOOK STORE 

in the Student Union 



We Have a Complete 

Selection of Paperback, 

Study Outlines and Novelties 



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Compliments of 



L^atkoun 5 ^k 

P. 0. Box 5841 
H0MEW00D, ALABAMA 



2816 So. 18th Street 
Homewood 



Five Points West 
Shopping Center 



_ o* PER 

GaS OH GALLON 

DISCOUNT 



APPLIED TO EACH $2.00 CAR WASH 



HOMEWOOD CAR WASH 



1924 28th Ave. So. Homewood 



281 




Compliments of 



MERCHANTS CIGAR & 
CANDY DIVISION 



319 South 22nd Street 



Distributors of 



HAV-A-TAMPA CIGARS 



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Compliments of 



StTrancfr 



HOTEL COURTS 



Heated Pool invites you to spend your leisure hours swimming or 
basking in the warmth of an Alabama sun. A complete restaurant 
service is provided for poolside dining 



AND 



King's Inn 
Restaurant 



The King's Inn Restaurant -overlooking Pool and Patio— offers you a 
wonderful selection, from delectable gourmet specialties to de- 
licious "budget" meals especially created for family travelers. 



930 29th Av. S. Homewood 



Phone 871-0343 




C^l iKuncno 

BAR-BO 



HOMEWOOD 



897-1929 





DAIRY SNACK 

410 Greensprings Phone 879-6640 

One Block North of K-Mart 
QUICK SERVICE PHONE YOUR ORDER 



Sandwiches 

Hamburger 

Fish 

Foot Long 
Chili Dogs 

Corn Dogs 

French Fries 



Ice Cream 

Banana Split 

Choc-Vanilla 
Twist 

Sundaes 

Milk Shakes 

Orange & Grape 
Freeze 




For College Men and Women Who Are Interested 
to Begin With 




Go Well Dressed . . 
Go With Confidence 




-AUSTIN HLfiLEY & MG 

MG 

THE WORLD'S 

MOST POPULAR 

SPORTS CAR 

Sport! Cars 

Convtrtiblfs - Sedans 

"JVTHOKIZED SALES W SERVICE" 



GRAFFEO IMPORTED CARS 

1809 So. 3rd Ave., 251-6218 
Serving the Motoring Public Since 1919 
— Service Is Our Business — 







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6ui>i &m 




In Homewood 879-9193 



SAMFORD STUDENTS 



Among us, Samford University is very important; but, 
incredibleas it may seem, it is not a self-subsisting unit. 
The commercial world of dime stores, doctors, dairies, 
restaurants, shoe stores, apothecaries, banks, bowling 
alleys, jewelers, and manufacturers can not be forgot- 
ten. 

These our advertisers provide the necessities and lux- 
uries of life. Simultaneously through advertising, they 
aid in the production of this student publication. 




Patron! 



Our 



rtisers 



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From These Vestavia Merchants 



A & A Ash, Inc. 

Alley's Drug Stores Inc. 

Bell Bros. Shoes 

Birmingham Federal Savings & Loan Assn. 

Birmingham Trust National Bank 

The Blouse House 

Britling Cafeterias 

The Byrd Companies Inc. 

The Cambridge Shop 

Cunningham's Appliance, TV and Stereo 

Daniels Opticians 

Fashion Post 

Frederick's Coiffures 

Furman Fant Beauty Salons, Inc. 

Hill's Grocery Co. 

International Galleries 

Jack's Hamburgers 

Joe Nichols Studio 

Johnson's Vestavia Jewelers 

Kessler's 

Knit n Purl 



Lochamy's Bar-B-Q 

Maternity Fashion Bazaar 

Merle Norman Cosmetics 

Parisian 

Perfection Cleaners 

P & S Apothecary 

Sears Roebuck and Co. 

The Shoe Corral 

Snow's Card & Gift Shop 

State Farm Insurance Co. 

Susan Lane Gifts 

Vestavia Barber Shop 

Vestavia Coin Laundry 

Vestavia Coiffures by David 

Vestavia Drug Co. 

Vestavia Hardware 

Vestavia TV and Stereo Service 

Wall's Vestavia Shoe Hospital 

Watkins One-Hour Cleaners 

Western Super Markets 

Willoughby Interiors 

Woolworth's 

Yeilding's 



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Convenient Storeside Parking 
44 Quality Stores to Serve You 
" Our Shopping City is Especially 
Designed for Young Men & Young Ladies 



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INCORPORATED 



Add: 2331 So. 7th Ave 
Phone: 1-205-324-3445 
Contact: Mr. W. B. Lollar 






"A Polaroid I.D. System in 

actual use during Jan. '67 

Registration produced cards 

in color — in plastic — in the 

wallet — in 2 Minutes" 



Southeast Regional Agent for the New 
Polaroid ID-2 hand Identification System 



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SHADES MOUNTAIN BAPTIST CHURCH 

Green Springs Highway and Vestaview Lane 

Sunday School 9:15 a.m. 

Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. 

Training Union (preceded by snack supper) 6:15 p.m. 

Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. 

Wednesday — The Church at Prayer (preceded by 

Family Night Supper and other activities) 7:30 p.m. 

Gratis hus service for all activities 



Minister of Music 
Harold Newberry 



PASTOR 
DR. CARL J. GIERS 



Director of Church Activities 
Miss Katherine McDade 



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Suttoit 'PtouAcna 



1700 Oxmoor Rd. Phone 871-4645 



Homewood, Ala. 



We Give Top 
Value Stamps 



VESTAVIA 




705 Montgomery Highway 



BILL POOL 
Mgr. 

STATION 



879-9256 





1/ p 1Bt 



ESTES BARBER SHOP 



Open 8-6 Closed Monday 
2807 So. 18 St. 879-4392 



Phone 871-6937 

VALLEY 
FLORIST & GIFT SHOP 

Flowers and Gifts for All Occasions 
Free Delivery 



2811 So. 18th St. Homewood 



BAPTIST BOOKSTORE 




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



2020 So. 8th Ave 328-5271 



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QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS 



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Barber^ 



AT THE STORE 




AT YOUR DOOR 








Finest Italian and 
American Food 



Dine at 



LOVOY'S 



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2407 Montevallo Road 
Mountain Brook, 
Alabama, 35223 



LA 



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Open Seven Days a Week 
Greensprings Hwy. 



QAMFORD GTUDENTS 



SHOP 



HIGH-KEL DRUG9 



HOMEWOOD 



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Off the deep end . . . 




WALL'S 



Finest in Shoe Repair and 
Shoe Dyeing 

Men's Famous Brand Shoes at 
Discount Prices 

2856 So. 18th St. Homewood 



SAVAGE'S 

BAKERY AND EPICURE SHOP 

"EVERYTHING DELICIOUS" 

2916 S. 18th Street • Birmingham, Alabama 

Phone 871-4901 



GREEN SPRINGS ENCO SERV. 



460 Green Springs Hwy 
Ph: 879-9395 

Open: 6:30 — 10:00 & 

till 12 on Friday 

& Saturdays. 



Complete One Stop Servicing 
for Your Car 




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ORCHID CLEANERS 



— Your School's Cleaners 



One Day Service When 

Needed at NO Extra 

Charge. 



TUXEDO RENTALS 



Formal Wear for All Occasions 



Discuss Your Formal Wear Requirements 
CALL 251-5972 




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WwndSkp 



DOWNTOWN-BIRMINGHAM 






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The New Trend In Hair Cutting 

— Oldest franchised 
Sculpture Cut in Alabama 



We have the Special 
Tools and Experience 
to Cut, Shape, and 
Style Your Hair 
to Your Personality 



Complete Barber Service 

Tinting, Straightening, and 

Toupees. 

V.I. P. 
BARBER SHOP 



Homewood 2854 18th St. 871-5016 




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a city where good neighbors can 
proudly live, work, and prosper 



: 



In addition, the men and women of ACIP- 
CO have shared in the development of the 
civic and cultural life of Birmingham. 
Through its people — and its products — the 
American Cast Iron Pipe Company evi- 
dences its support of the elements which 
make a good community . . . the elements 
which build a city where good neighbors can 



proudly live, work, and prosper. 

For more than half a centrury, the Ameri- 
can Cast Iron Pipe Company has had an ac- 
tive part in Alabama's industrial expansion. 
Its products, of both cast iron and steel, 
have helped in the economic growth of the 
South. 




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AMERICAN CAST IRON PIPE COMPANY 

BIRMINGHAM ALABAMA 



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DAWSON 

MEMORIAL 

BAPTIST 

CHURCH 



MEETING YOUR SPIRITUAL NEEDS 

Sunday School 9:40 A.M. 
Morning Worship 8:40 and I I :00 
ining Union 6:15 Evening Worship 7:30 




On Oxmoor Road in Homewood 



DR. EDGAR M. ARENDALL, Pastor 
MISS BETTY PITTMAN, College Director 



"The Young Fashionable's 
Favorite Shop" 




Visit Our Beautiful New Store in Homewood 



JELLY'S STEAK HOUSE 

STEAKS - CHICKEN - BARBECUE 

Breakfasts — Lunches — Dinners 

Homemade Pies 

Open 7:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M. 
BILL LAYNE - Owner 



713 Oak Grv Rd 



879-9389 



Tux Rental 

Featuring 

Latest Style 

Men's Formals 

BALDONE TAILORING CO. 

251-0844 502 N. 21 St. 



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Piano co. 

MUjIl ^^^ Forbei ho« t*rv*d ih. Mulic- 
loving Public for Over 73 Yean. 

Porliing Acro<< StrCCl 

1914. Norfh 4»h Ave. Ph AL 14154 

Annuron, Dccofur, Montgomery, Florcnc* 



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