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VOLUME 48 



MARCH, 1966 



NUMBER 3 



Dr. Noah Langdale To Receive School Bell Award 



.4rfhitffliir(it 

Esstiy 

If iniipr 

Presidcnl Paid R. 

Beall awards $50 lo 
Bonnie Lynn Tuslu 
a sophomore, for 
lier essay on ihe new 
arclutcctural re- 
quiremcnls of the 
college. Charh's W. 
Ferguson, senior 
editor of Reader's 
Digest judged the 
entries in tJie eon- 
test, whieh was 
open to the entire 
student i'odv. 




Three New Faculty 
Members Now 
Serving Oglethorpe 

Oglethorpe College started the Spring se- 
mester with three new faculty members. 

Mrs. Susan K. Sholar is the new dean of 
women. Dr. Edwin McKay Roberts is a 
visiting lecturer in Physics, and Dr. Stuart 
Barton Babbage joins the Humanities divi- 
sion as an associate professor. 

Mrs. Sholar was Phi Beta Kappa at the 
University of South Carolina where she re- 
ceived her A.B. and did graduate work in 
history. She has taught history at high 
schools in South Carolina and Virginia and 
was director of Religious Education at the 
Congregational Church in Arlington. Va. 
Mrs. Sholar has served as an intelligence 
analyst for OSS and as an intelligence spe- 
cialist and interpreter for Air Force Intelli- 
gence, both in Washington. D. C. She is a 
South Carolina native. 

Dr. Roberts received his B.S. from West 
Texas State College and his Ph.D. from The 
John Hopkins University. He has held re- 
search positions with Socony Mobil Oil 
Company in Dallas, the Los Alamos Scien- 
tific Laboratory in New Mexico and Lock- 
heed-Georgia Company in Marietta. Dr. 
Roberts is a member of the American Phys- 
ical Society and has had numerous articles 
published in physics and chemical journals. 



Oglethorpe 
Calendar 

March 18-19. the Oslethorpe Players pre- 
sent COME BLOW YOUR HORN 8:00 
p.m. — Auditorium 

March 18, School Bell Award Breakfast. 
Speaker— Dr. Noah Langdale Jr. 8:00 
a.m. — YWCA. Edgewood Ave. 

March 22, Feature Film. NO EXIT— 8:00 
p.m. — Auditorium 

March 25, Concert featuring Fletcher Wolfe. 
Baritone — 8:00 p.m. — Auditorium 

March .^1. Oglethorpe Dance Club recital — 
8:00 p.m. — Auditorium 

April 2. Baseball — Pembroke State at Ogle- 
thorpe — 2:00 p.m. — Anderson Field 

April 4. Tennis — Chattanooga at Oglethorpe 
— 1:.^0 p.m. — Varsity Courts 



Dr. Babbage was born in New Zealand 
and received his A.B. and M.A. from the 
University of New Zealand. He holds Ph.D. 
degrees from the University of lAindon and 
the Australia College of Theology. He has 
taught at colleges and universities in New- 
Zealand and England and comes to Ogle- 
thorpe after serving as a visiting professor 
at Columbia Theological Seminary. He is 
the author of six books, his latest "The 
Mark of Cain: Studies in Literature and 
Theology", having been published early 
this year. 



Dr. Noah Langdale. Jr.. President of 
Cieorgia State College, will receive the Ogle- 
thorpe Alumni Association's Bell Award on 
March 18. Ihe School Bell Award breakfast 
Will be held at the YWCA on Edcewood 
Avenue, Room 305, at 8:00 A.M. 

The award is made annually by the alum- 
ni association to persons who have shown 
an outstanding interest in the field of edu- 
cation. Last year. Governor Carl Sanders 
and his seventh grade teacher. Miss Emma 
Wilkinson of Augusta were the recipients of 
the award. Miss Wilkinson is an alumna of 
Oglethorpe. 

Dr. Langdale will deliser the major ad- 
dress at this year's breakfast. Over 100 
alumni and friends attended last year's af- 
fair and a good turnout is expected this 
year. 

Admission to the breakfast is $1.75 and 
tickets may be purchased at the door. 



Dean's List for Fall 
Semester Released 

Ihe Dean's List for the Fall Semester. 
1465-66 has been released by Dr. Cheever 
Cressy. Dean of the College. 

A total of twenty students made the list, 
eleven of which list Atlanta as home. Five 
other Georgians are included on the list 
from Marietta, Smyrna. Forest Park. Savan- 
nah, and Decatur. Two Floridians. and one 
student each from Missouri and Pennsyl- 
vania also qualified. 

To earn a place on the Dean's List, a 
student must attain an average of at least 
91 during the trimester. 

The complete Dean's List: 
CHARLES DANIEL BAILEY. Atlanta 
FRANKLIN LEIGH BURKE. Atlanta 
ANN C. BUTLER, Atlanta 
GWYN CANNON. Decatur. Ga. 
ANA G. CITARELLA. Atlanta 
CARL EDWIN DINERMAN. Savannah, 

Ga. 
KATHLEEN V. FAIRCLOTH. Atlanta 
JAMES KEITH GIBSON. Marietta, Ga. 
MARJORIF ANN HALLOCK. Atlanta 
JEFFREY L. HAYDEN. Atlanta 
ROSE MARIE McCLARAN, Atlanta 
JUDITH CATHERINE PONTURO. Win- 
ter Park. Fla. 
ILENE LOIS ROOS. St. Louis, Mo. 
RUPERTIA R. SIMON. Smvrna. Ga. 
KATHRYN DIANE STARCHER. Jackson- 
ville. Fla. 
JOHN GROFF VON ESH. Atlanta 
GRETCHEN VON MULLER. Atlanta 
ROBERT GOODRICH WELCH. Media. 

Pa. 
STEPHEN W. WHITE. Atlanta 
BARBARA YOUMANS. Forest Park. Ga. 



Necrology 

Marion Randolph (Randy) Dodd, '30, 

died December 24, 1965 in Atlanta. 
Mr. Dodd served with the Atlanta 
Police Department for 25 years and 
retired from Municipal Court in Jan- 
uary. 1960. He was active as a civic 
leader and with young people. He 
was most interested in the Atlanta 
Baptist Training Union Association, 
the Boy Scouts, and the Y.M.C.A., 
organizations for which he worked 
untiringly. He was also voted Atlanta's 
Most Popular Policeman. 
T. C. VVooten, '34, passed away in 
Orlando during October. His wife, 
Mrs. Catherine I,. Wooten, '35. is now 
residing at 2025 Peachtree Road, N.E. 
in Atlanta. 

Clarence Gordon Huej, "36, died at 
his home in Ocala. Florida in Septem- 
ber after a brief illness. At the time 
of his death, he was a member of the 
faculty at the St. Paul Parochial 
School in Leesburg, Fla. He also was 
a graduate student at the University 
of Florida in Gainesville. He was the 
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Huey of 
Port Charlotte. Fla. 
Miss Sarah E. Callaway, '42, passed 
away in October after a long illness. 
She was residing in Atlanta at the 
time of her death. 

Jerrold J. Quin, '50, was killed last 
August, v.hen struck by lightning 
while golfing at The Louisville (Ga.) 
Country Club. He had been band di- 
rector and instructor at Louisville 
Academy for the past 14 years. 
Mrs. Sarah Miscally, a former board 
member at Oglethorpe died recently 
in Atlanta, where she had lived since 
1910. 



THROUGH THE YEARS 



Make Your Nomination 
For the Hall of Fame 

There are currently a dozen members of 
the Oglethorpe Athletic Hall of Fame. 

The Booster Club nominating committee 
headed by Otis Jackson is accepting nomi- 
nations for new Hall of Famers with an 
April 15 deadline. The new members will 
be inducted on Alumni Day. May 14. 

Remember the deadline — April 15. Send 
your income tax and your Hall of Fame 
nominations by midnight on that date. 
Mail your nominations to: 

Athletic Hall of Fame 
Alumni Office 
Oglethorpe College 
Atlanta, Ga. 30319 



OGLETHORPE ATHLETIC 
HALL OF FAME 

Frank B. Anderson Wendell Crowe 
Luke Appling 
Tom Bartenfeld 
Cy Bell 
Parker Bryant 
G. M. "Monk" 
Clement 



Adrian Maurer 
Clay Parrish 
John Patrick 
Garland Pinholster 
Harry Robertson 
Steve Schmidt 



L. N. Turk 






Mrs. J. R. Johnson, '34, is living at 965 
Cascade Ave., S.W. in Atlanta. Her daugh- 
ter Susan (Mrs. Wayne Roberts) is a teacher 
in Statesville. N. C. She has a son, Stephen 
attending the University of Georgia and a 
son, David who is with the U. S. Army in 
Fort Polk, La. 

Col. Samuel L. Finklea Jr., '38, has been 
graduated from the armed Forces Staff Col- 
lege orientation course 
j^'i0^^^ at Norfolk, Va. Colonel 

, ^^iik Finklea, who serves as 
' . 3l executive officer with 

the South Carolina 
" , - •• , ANG headquarters, re- 
'' ■ ceived instruction de- 

' signed to better ac- 
quaint him with the 
,.? present threat to free 

world security and with 
the nation's current de- 
fense concepts and cap- 
abilities. Colonel Fink- 
lea is air administrative 
assistant with the Office of the Adjutant 
General of South Carolina. 

Tom Hunter, '46, drove several hundred 
miles across the state of Illinois to root for 
the Petrels when they played Southern Illi- 
nois in Carbondale. Tom works in data pro- 
cessing sales in Elmhurst, 111. Tom brought 
his own cheering section that included his 
lovely wife. Dale and his youngsters. Turk. 
16. Erica, 12, and Sarah. 4. 

Major Sheldon (Shelly) Godkin, '52, re- 
ceived his current rank previously. He has 
been in the U. S. Air Force since graduation 
from Oglethorpe. He has been serving in 
Southeast Asia with the rating of Senior 
Pilot. He received his Masters in Public 
Relations from Boston University in 1963. 
He is married and has three daughters. 
Mrs. D. W. Waddcll, '53, who now lives in 
Bremen, Ga. is looking forward to her son, 
William's graduation in June from Georgia 
Tech. He made the Dean's List for the Fall 
quarter. He and his wife Susan and daugh- 
ter Mindy live in Atlanta. Susan is a senior 
at Oglethorpe. 



Connie Nesbit, '54, has been named Assist- 
ant Branch Manager of the Citizen and 
Southern National Bank's Roswell-Wieuca 
office. She is a former president of the 
Buckhead Business and Professional Wom- 
en's Club. 

Joseph H. Duckworth. '59, is teaching high 
school English in Grosse Point. Michigan, 
while working on a doctorate at Wayne 
State LIniversity. He is married and is the 
father of a three-month old child. 
Nona Davis Belflower, '61, is living in An- 
chorage, Alaska where her husband Estol 
is stationed as a Flight Surgeon with the 
USAF. She reports that she loves the chilly 
northland. 

Paula Hofnian, '62, is employed by the 
U.S. Government as a math teacher in the 
American High School in Baumholder, Ger- 
many. 100 miles of Heidelberg. She has 
traveled extensively throughout Europe, and 
is becoming quite a ski enthusiast. Last sum- 
mer she received an NSF scholarship to at- 
tend a six weeks mathematics seminar con- 
ducted by members of the staff of Stanford 
University in Geneva, Switzerland. 
Mrs. B. J. Parchman, '64, received an M.A. 
in English from the University of Illinois in 
August. She is presently teaching English 
and Drama at Santarna High School in San 
Diego, Cal. 



Mark Your 
Calendar Now! 

ALUMNI 
DAY . . . 
MAY 14 



ALUMNI GIVING BREAKDOWN 



NO. OF 
GIFTS 


CASH 


UNPAID 
PLEDGES 


TOTALS 


ALUMNI 77 


$3,275.50 


$ 210.00 


$3,486.00 


BOOSTER CLUB 50 


5,032.50 


1.662.50 


6.695.00 


SCIENCE OGLETHORPE 3 


265.00 




"•6^ 00 






TOTALS 130 


$8,574.00 


$1,872.50 


$10,446.00 



THE LEADING CLASS IN ALUMNI GIVING TO DATE: 

1928 

GIVERS GOAL GIVERS TO DATE PCT. OF GOAL 



1050 

MONETARY GOAL 

$30,000.00 



130 

TOTAL GIVEN TO DATE 

$10,446.00 



12<^ 



PCT. OF GOAL 



34' r 



Page 2 



The Flying Petrel 



ALUMNI GIVING BY CLASS 



1920 

Mr. N. M. DeJarnctte 
Mr. Ernest H. Diiffcy 

1921 

Dr. Herbert I. H'cndcr 

1922 

Mr. Erdc.sf F. Fleming 

1924 

Mr. Tlhinui.t Bar! en f eld 
Mr. Robert O. Brown 
Mrs. \V . R. Garner 
Mr. Otis Jackson 
Mr. .4. O. LunsfonI 
Mrs. D. C . Swanson 
Mrs. Gerald Towle 

1925 

Mr. Everett Bagwell 
Judge Thomas L. Camp 
Mr. William L. Gordy 
John K. Oriley. Jr. 

1926 

A//-.S. Carol G. Bane nf eld 
Mr. Bernard S. Dekle 
Mr. Boyce Gibson 

1927 

Dr. Willis T. McCiirdx 

Mr. Pat D. Stephens 

Mr. William P. Whitehead 

1928 

Mr. Clayton R. Carroll 
Mr. & Mrs. Stuart F. Gould 
Mr. Alton L. Knighton 
Mr. Lewis Moselcy 
Mrs. Louise M. Myers 
Miss Helen Rand Parrish 
Mr. Marvin L. Rivers 
Mr. George H. Slappey 
Mr. Waxne S. Truer 
Mr. Alfred .4. York 

1929 

A//-.V. ,4dele J. Bu.\.u'y 
Mr. Joseph F. Fine 
Mrs. Leola Gricc 
Mr. Willis A . Holland. Sr. 
Miss Ada McG. West 

1930 

Miss Evelvn F. Bird 
Mr. H. M. Clement 
Mrs. Lodowick Hill 
Mr. Fred H. Snook 

1931 

A//.v,« Edna Cidlaway 

Miss Mary Corley 

Mr. Eugene Gifford 

Mr. W. B. Kimble 

Major Gertrude Jane Murray 

Miss Katie Samuel 

1932 

Mr. Frank B. Ander.wn 
Mr. C. T. Gardner 
Mr. George O. Luther 
Mr. Roy L. Warren 

1934 

Nellie Jane Gaertner 
Mrs.F. M. Kelley 
Mr. R. L. Thurmond 
Mr. B. E. Walls 



1935 

Mrs. Sarah L. Berlin 
Mr. Clark Garner 
Mrs. James R. Johnston 
Mr. Ben T. Hargrove 
Mrs. .Annette I'ineent 
A/(.v.v Lucille Wells 

1936 

Mr. H illi(un Lanuir .4danis 
Mrs. Hannah Litntz 
Mr. George R. Macnamara. Jr. 
Mrs. Anini E. Senkheil 

1937 

Mrs. Tom Chadwick 
Mrs. Pinkx Gates Harris 
Mr. William W. Loy 
Mrs. Irene H. Young 

1938 

Mr. Carl Clark 
Mrs. Dorotin- S. Castigliola 
Cdr. C. F. Cauthen. Jr. 
Mrs. W. C. Dailey 
Mr. T. Ma.xcy Hook 
Mr. Francis S. Key 
.Mr. Creighton /. Perry 
Mrs. H. G. Rohinson 

1939 

Mrs. Minnie Butler .Albright 
Miss Jessie I' . .Allen 
Miss Nin-nui Belle Emerson 
Mr. Wilson P. Franklin 
Miss Blanche E. Knapp 
,\frs. E. W. Park 

1940 

Mr. Howard A.xelhiug 
Mrs. R. B. Brewion 
Miss Eunice Chestnut 
Mr. Jouett Davenport. Jr. 
Mrs. W. L. Huston 
Mr. Stephen J. Schmidt 

1941 

.Mr. Marshall A slier 
Mr. Herbert Beckett 
Miss Julia Mitchell 
Mr. James Pressley 
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Scales 

1942 

Mrs. Philip C. Gates 

1943 

Mrs. Mary Asher 

Mrs. Herbert P. Beckett 

Mrs. Spencer S. Sininders 

1944 

Mrs. Bcrincc S. Spruell 

1948 

Mr. William H. Faver 
Miss Maude Hull bins 

1950 

Mr. Jay /. Oliu-y 

1951 

Mr. John W. Hall 
Mr. David M. Smith 
Mrs. Betty Van Houicn 
Mrs. D. F. Wilt 

1952 

Mr. John F. Agel 
Mrs. Murray L. Bono 
Mr. Chester Storv 



NEW ALUMNI GIVING 


A 


XMM 




Chesnul. John David 


Decatur. Ga. 


1961 


Chesniit. Mrs. John David 


Decatur. Ga. 


1964 


Cauthen. Cmdr. C. F.. Jr. 


Hai-tsville. S. C. 


19.^8 


Dekle. Bernard S. 


San Francisco. C. 


ilif. 1927 


Faver. William H. 


Fast Point. Ga. 


1948 


Gaertner. Nellie Jane 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1934 


Hook. T. Maxcy 


Columbia. S. C. 


1938 


Johnston. Mrs. James R. 


Marietta. Ga. 


1935 


Kimble. W. B. 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1931 


Park. Mrs. E. W. 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1939 


.Saunders. Mrs. Spencer S. 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1943 


Sparks. Mrs. Fdithgene 


Atlanta. Ga. 


14.SS (B) 


Spruell. Mrs. Berniee S. 


Newnan. Ga. 


1444 


Swanson. Mrs. D. ( . 


Gainesville. Fla. 


1924 


Waddell. Mrs. Dewey W. 


Brenen. Ga. 


|y.S3 (B) 


West. Miss Ada McG. 


Decatur. C!a. 


1929 


■Voung. Mrs. Loren D. 


Atlanta. Ga. 


19.58 


TRUSTEES 




O'Brien. Fugene W 


Atlanta. Ga. 




FOl'NDATIONS 




The Bunker Foundation 


New '(ork. N. Y 




Kate and Flwyn Tomlinson 






Foundation. Inc. 


Atlanta. Ga. 




The Knights Templar 






Educational Foundation 


Albany. Ga. 




The Traer Foundation 


Atlanta. Ga. 




NEW ALUMM GIVING 




Corporations 




W. E. Browne Decorating 






Company. Inc. 


Atlanta. Ga. 




Decatur Federal Savings & 






Loan Association 


Decatur. Ga. 




Hammer. Greene. Si'"'' 






Associates, Inc. 


Atlanta. Ga. 




(B) — Denoles Booster C lul 







1953 

Mr. George Kast 
Mrs. David S. Kearns 
Mrs. Mae Berry Killian 
Mrs. V. N. Limehouse 
Mrs. Foster Morris 
Mrs. Dewey If. Waddell 

1954 

Mr. Williuni F. Cummiiigs 
Mrs. J. G. Moore 

1955 

A^rv. C. C. Blai.sdell 
Mr. Richard J. Hill 
Mr. Reubin C. Paviu- 
Mr. R. M. Reynolds. Jr. 

1956 

.Mr. O. B. Francis. Jr. 

1957 

Mrs. T. E. Bayley 
Lt. James A. Magee 
Mrs. C. S. Promnitz 
Mrs. Naomi P. Reilly 
Mr. Charlie Smith 

1958 

Mr. Ted Bayley 
Mr. Bill Christian 
Mr. Jimmie Clower 
Mr. Mcuvin Lawson 
Mrs. Leslie G. McGarity 
Mrs. Edithgene Sparks 
Mrs. Loren D. Young 



1959 

Mrs. Marion K. Kelly 

Mr. Thonnis ,M. LaStringer 

Mrs. Douglas H. Purdie 

1960 

Mr. \\ illiiun R. Cason 

Mrs. Nancy Williams Gilmer 

Mrs. Curtis Nesbit 

1961 

Mrs. Belle Turner Bcmu'tt 
Mr. John David Chesnul 
Mr. E. P. Jones 

1962 

A//\. Jack .Anuiso 

Mrs. William B. Christian 

Mrs. R. C. Cook 

Miss Joyce Ann Gravel 

Lt. j.g. Robert Olson 

Mrs. Constance D. Wilson 

1963 

Mr. Ralph B. Greenleaf 
Mr. & Mrs. James C. Gupton 
Mr. James Pickens Taylor. Jr. 

1964 

Mrs. John David Chesnul 

1965 

Mr. David S. Davies 



March. 1966 



Paae 3 



A Booster Challenge Petrels Play In NCAA Tournament 



/ 



Two charter members of the Booster Club 
have offered a challenge to the rest of the 
membership. It the challenge is met. the 
Boosters will realize their goal of $10,000 
for 1965-66. 

The two Boosters, who prefer to remain 
anonymous until the goal is met. have of- 
fered a $1500 gift if the membership can 
match it 2 to I by Alumni Day. May 14. 
In other words, the Boosters need to raise 
$.^,000 in order to get this $1,500. 

The Booster Club is well on it's way to 
meeting its announced goal for the first 
time in several years. Gifts and pledges to 
date total well over $6,000. so there is no 
doubt of a successful year if this new offer 
can be matched. 

Now is the time for all Boosters to make 
Iheir contribution, if they haven't done so 
already, every $20.00 gift will mean $10.00 
from the two "Mystery Boosters". 

By meeting the Booster goal, the club 
will aid the entire college budget in a most 
crucial development year. Our hard work- 
ins President Beall will certainly appreciate 
the assistance, as will the Alumni Associa- 
tion and Science Club, who will be stimu- 
lated in making their goals. 



WHAT'S NEW WITH YOU? 

You are the most important person we 
know. That is why we want to know what 
you are doing, what milestones you have 
reached in your business, what honors you 
have received in your civic and social af- 
fairs and news of your family. 

Help your friends in your good fortunes 
oy filling in the box below, now. Senu it 
to the Editor. The Flying Petrel, Oglethorpe 
College. Atlanta. Georgia 30319. 



Name. 
Class- 



(New) Address- 
News 



The Oglethorpe Stormy Petrels are wrapping up another fine basketball season, and 
at press time were readying to play in the NCAA Regional at Durham. N. C. March 4 
and 5. 

The scrappy Petrels presented Coach Garland Pinholster with another 20-game winning 
season, his 6th in his 10 year collegiate career, in earning the bid to go to Durham. 

Coach Pinholster says this year's club has given him more thrills than any other Petrel 
team. At the beginning of the season, the Petrel boss expected a "rebuilding year" and the 
sophomore and freshmen-studded club won 20 of 25 encounters. 

If the Petrels are successful in winning two games in Durham, they will qualify for 
the NCAA College Division finals to be played in Evansville. March 9-11. 







OGLETHORPE 


COLLEGE 








BASEBALL SCHEDULE — 1966 




Mar. 


26- 


— Valdosta State C 


.) 10:00 AM 


Apr. 


20— Berry (2) , , . 


T 


00 PM 








& 3;00PM 


Apr. 


23 — Mercer 


2 


30 PM 


Mar. 


29- 


—West Georgia 


3:00 PM 


Apr. 


25— Erskine 


-> 


00 PM 


Apr. 


2_ 


-Pembroke* 


2:00 PM 


Apr. 


27 — Georgia State . . . 


3 


00 PM 


Apr. 


8- 


— Erskine* 


3:00 PM 


Apr. 


28— Valdosta State* 


3 


00 PM 


Apr. 


9- 


-Erskine* 


2:00 PM 


Apr. 


30— Mercer* 


2 


00 PM 


Apr. 


13- 


—Notre Dame* 


3:00 PM 


May 


4 — West Georgia* 


3 


00 PM 


Apr. 


14- 


-Notre Dame* 


3:00 PM 


May 


10 Georgia State* 


3 


00 PM 


Apr. 


15- 


-Wheaton* 


3:00 PM 


May 


14— Piedmont* 


2 


00 PM 


Apr. 


16- 


-"Wheaton* 


2:00 PM 


May 


17 — Piedmont 


3 


00 PM 


Apr. 


18- 


-Camp Lejeune* 


3:00 PM 


May 


]9_Berry (2)* 


2 


00 PM 


■' Home 


Games 










- 









Total Development Report 

NO. OF UNPAID 

CONTRIBUTOR GIFTS CASH PLEDGES 

ALUMNI 127 $8,465.00 $1,872.50 

CORPORATIONS & BUSINESS . . 37 4.515.00 1.357.00 
FOUNDATIONS & 

ORGANIZATIONS 11 21.525.00 

FRIENDS 13 1,279.00 

PARENTS 

TRUSTEES 7 4.350.00 

SCHOLARSHIPS 7 5.940.00 

POP CROWE 12 2.729.00 

TOTALS 214 $48,912.00 $3,229.50 



TOTAL 
AMOUNT 

n 0.446.00 
5.872.00 

21.525.00 
1,270.00 

4.350.00 
5.940.00 
2,729.00 



$52,141.00 



7^e 'pfycft^ Petfid 

OGLETHORPE COLLEGE 



Second Class 

Postage Paid at 

Atlanta, Oeorgia 

30319 

Return Requested. 



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