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PICTURED ON OUR COVER THIS MONTH is the architect's drawing of
the new Student Union Building. Above is a drawing of the new Residence Halls
and a floor plan of the first floor. Architects: Sheetz and Bradfield.
The Flying Petrel
ALUMNI DAY PROGRAM
MAY 14, 1966
10:00 a.m. Varsity Courts
11:00 a.m. CAMPUS
noon Field House
p.m. Anderson Field
p.m. Hearst Hall, Room
p.m. Hearst Hall
Tennis — Georgia State vs. Oglethorpe
NEW STUDENT UNION AND DORMITORIES
(SEN. HERMAN TALMADGE and DR. PAUL R.
Booster Club Luncheon
Baseball — Piedmont vs. Oglethorpe
Art Exhibit — Oglethorpe Students
(under direction of Mrs. Maria Shafron)
p.m. Lupton Hall, Room 208
Hearst Hall, Mills B.
Duchess Club Tea
(Tea served anytime between 2-4 p.m.)
Political Science Seminar
(Prof. Cheever Cressy)
Lane Jr. Music Seminar
(Prof. Harry Dobson)
(Dr. Kennedy Hodges)
All seminars will last one hour and Alumni may visit each one for a short period if they so desire.
The New Language Lab will also be open for inspection between 3 and 4:30 p.m.
p.m. Auditorium Alumni Meeting
p.m. Campus lawn; (Moves to Field Dinner
House if weather is bad)
p.m. Lupton Hall "A"
THROUGH THE YEARS
Judge Thomas L. Camp, '25, Fulton
County Civil Court Judge, has been
elected chief judge of the Civil Court
in Fulton County. Judge Camp was
elected by his fellow judges and as-
sumed his new position on May 1 for
an indefinite term. Judge Camp has
served on the Fulton Civil Court since
Hilliard T. Steele, '43, is president of
the Commack (L. I.) School Board,
which is the 4th largest non-city school
board in New York State. Mr. Com-
mack works with Shell Oil in New
York City. His son Gary, 17, is re-
cipient of "The Athlete Of The Year"
award on Long Island. The southpaw
quarterback ranks Number One in his
senior class and has accepted a 4-year
football and baseball grant-in-aid from
Georgia Tech. The New York papers
labeled him "the most sought-after
quarterback in the East."
Congressman Charles L. Weltner, '48,
has authored a new book "Southerner"
in which he sets forth at full length his
views on the South and its problems.
Edward M. North, '49. will join the
faculty of The Taft School in Water-
town, Conn, next fall. He is currentlv
at the famed Choate School in Meri-
den. Conn, where for the second time
he has played a major role in having
his school named as one of the ten
secondary schools in the United States
to win the commendation of the Ameri-
can Association of Physics Teachers
for the "demonstrated excellence" of
their phvsics program. Washington and
Lee High School in Arlington, Va. won
the commendation in 1959 when North
directed the physics department there.
Robert F. IVToskowitz, '52, proudly
announces that his wife Jo An gave
birth to their second child. Michele on
Januarv 22. Their son David is 3 years
old. The Moskowitz family resides at
656 Harpersville Road in Newport
Lewis, '57, and Pat DeRose, '58, an-
nounce the birth of son, Gerald Pate
on March 18. Lewis was recently
elected president of Science Ogle-
thorpe, an organization which works to
further scientific development at the
Mary Pool DeFore, '59, reports from
Tallahassee, where she has been busily
engaged in helping her husband, Jesse
tabulate data on his dissertation for a
PhD in Higher Education Adminis-
tration. The DeFore family leaves on
June 15 for Seattle, Wash., where Jesse
will be a facilities consultant for a new
Community Junior College in Seattle.
While in Seattle, Mary's sister, Kathy
will be the delegate from Georgia to
the International Congress of Student
Councils. After Seattle, the DeFores go
to Benton Harbor, Michigan where Mr.
DeFore will be the Dean of Engineer-
ing Technology at Lake Michigan Col-
Harold L. Adair, '60, and his wife an-
nounce the birth of a daughter. Donna
Leigh on April 18 at Oak Ridge, Ten-
nessee. The Adair's other son, Edward
is four years old.
Joyce Ann Gravel, '62, became Mrs.
Phillip Allen Pettus on April 23 in
Lake Wales, Fla. The couple will re-
side in Miami until moving to Boca
Raton in early August.
Larry A. King, '62, became promotion
manager for Southland and Dixie Rec-
ord Distributing Company in August.
Larry and his wife have a 3-year-old
Sarah (Smith) Germano, '63, and Cap-
tain Don Germano announce the birth
of their first child, Brian Edward, on
January 16 at Fort Lee, Va. Captain
Germano is presently serving as Execu-
tive Officer for Headquarters Staff,
Carol Ann Blair, '64, has joined the
faculty of Virginia Polytechnic Insti-
tute in Blacksburg, Va. as an instructor
in sociology. She has been appointed
as an assistant director of the Office of
Economic Opportunity, an Upward
Bound Project in southwest Virginia.
Peter Bacon, '65, and his wife an-
nounce the birth of a second child in
Towa City, Iowa.
Robert L. Husbands, '66, writes from
a San Francisco FPO aboard the
U.S.S. DeHaven. He graduated from
Valdosta State last August. He taught
one semester at Ware County High in
Waycross, Ga. He will be stationed in
Yokoska, Japan in mid-June.
Mrs. Lois Peddicord T\uart, wife
of S. T. (Sy) Tygart,''30, died
recently in Jacksonville, Fla., af-
ter a sudden illness. Mrs. Tygart
was buried in the Tygart-Peoples
Family Cemetary in Nashville,
Samuel M. Rosser, '37, died April
14 in Marietta. A former princi-
pal of Kennesaw Elementary
School, Rosser spent 38 years as
an educator, with 16 of these in
the Cobb County School System.
In 1951, he went to Osborne
High School and remained there
as a teacher until his retirement
Phillip L. Howell, '61, died April
16 in Trenton, Ga. Howell was
guiding three Explorer Scouts
through Howard's Waterfall, a
cave in North Georgia. A gaso-
line explosion filled the cave with
carbon monoxide and it was
Howell's heroism that saved the
three boy's lives. A bystander
stated that Howell died 10 min-
ues following the explosion. Be-
fore his death he managed to
push all three boys up a ledge to
safety. Howell was a former Air
Force intelligence officer who
served two stints in Viet Nam
before being discharged last Sep-
tember. At the time of his death,
he was employed by the National
ALUMNI GIVING BREAKDOWN
ALUMNI (includes friends) 107 $6,657.50 $ 180.00 $6,837.50
BOOSTER CLUB (includes friends) 117 9,096.00 2,217.50 11,313.50
SCIENCE OGLETHORPE 4 858.00 858.00
TOTAL 228 $16,611.50 $2,397.50 $19,009.00
THE LEADING CLASS IN ALUMNI DONORS TO DATE:
GFVERS GOAL GFVERS TO DATE PCT. OF GOAL
1050 228 21.7%
MONETARY GOAL TOTAL GIVEN TO DATE PCT. OF GOAL
$30,000.00 $19,009.00 63.4%
The Flying Petrel
ALUMNI GIVING BY CLASS
Mr. N. M. DeJarnette
Mr. Ernest H. Duffey
Dr. Herbert I. Wender
Mr. Ernest F. Fleming
Mr. O. C. Walton
Mr. Thomas Bartenfeld
Mr. Robert O. Brown
Mrs. W. R. Garner
Mr. Otis Jackson
Mr. A. O. Liinsford
Mr. C. Wisdom O'Neal
Mrs. D. C. Swanson
Mrs. Gerald Towle
Mr. Everett Bagwell
Judge Thomas L. Camp
Mr. Wendell W. Crowe
Mr. James N. Frazer
Mr. William L. Gordy
Mr. John K. Ottley. Jr.
Mrs. Carol G. Bartenfeld
Mr. Bernard S. DeJcle
Mr. Boyce Gibson
Mr. Harry E. Banister
Mr. I. W. Cousins
Mr. Hoyt D. Edge
Mr. Geori;e W. Hardin
Dr. Willis T. McCnrdy
Mr. Pat D. Stevens
Mr. Hoyt Walton
Mr. William P. Whitehead
Mr. Clayton R. Carroll
Mr. & Mrs. Stuart F. Gould
Mr. Alton L. Knighton
Mr. Lewis Moseley
Mrs. Louise M. Myers
Miss Helen Rand Parrish
Mr. Marvin L. Rivers
Mr. Robert W. Sliepherd
Mr. George H. Slappey
Mr. Wayne S. Traer
Mr. Alfred A. York
JERROLD J, QUIN
Stuart I. Goldring
Mrs. A dele J. Bussey
Mr. Joseph F. Fine
Mrs. Leola Grice
Mr. Willis A. Holland, Sr.
Mr. R. Beverly Irwin
Mr. William M. Jones
Mr. William C. Perkins
Miss Ada McG. West
A//-.V. Dorothy Ale.xander
Miss Evelvn F. Bird
Mr. H. M. Clement
Mr. M. B. Eubanks. Jr.
Mrs. Lodowick Hill
Mr. A. A. Martin
Mr. Fred H. Snook
Miss Edna Callaway
Miss Marv Corlev
Dr. M D. Collins
Mr. T. W. Fulton, Jr.
Mr. Eugene Gifford
Mr. W. B. Kimble
Major Gertrude Jane Murray
Miss Katie Samuel
Mr. Frank B. Anderson
Mr. G. Park Brinson, Jr.
Mr. Parker L. Bryant
Mr. C . T. Gardner
Mrs. Harry Harper, Jr.
Mr. George O. Luther
Mr. Roy L. Warren
Mr. John M. Putno
Nellie Jane Gaertner
Mrs.F. M. Kelley
Mr. R. L. Thurmond
Mr. B. E. Walls
Mrs. Sarah L. Berlin
Mr. Clark Garner
Mrs. James R. Johnston
Mr. Ben T. Hargrove
Mrs. Lucy M. Suttles
Mrs. Annette Vincent
Miss Lucille Wells
Mr. William Lamar Adams
Mrs. Hannah Luntz
Mr. George R. Macnamara, Jr.
Mrs. Anna E. Senkbeil
Mr. Hugh D. Bishop
Mrs. Tom Chadwick
Mrs. Pinkv Gates Harris
Mr. William W. Loy
Mr. Creighton /. Perry
Mrs. Irene H. Young
Mr. Carl Clark
Mrs. Dorothy S. Castigliola
Cdr. C. F. Cauthen, Jr.
Mrs. W. C. Dailey
Mr. T. Maxcy Hook
Mr. Francis S. Key
Mrs. H. G. Robinson
Mrs. Minnie Butler Albright
Miss Jessie V. Allen
Miss Norma Belle Emerson
Mr. Wilson P. Franklin
Miss Blanche E. Knapp
Mr. H. P. Morris
Mrs. E. W. Park
Mr. Ansel Paulk
Mr. Howard Axelburg
Mrs. R. B. Brewton
Miss Eunice Chestnut
Mr. Jouett Davenport. Jr.
Mrs. W. L. Huston
Mr. John N. Petosis
Mrs. A nsel Paulk
Mr. Stephen J. Schmidt
Mr. Marshall Asher
Mr. Herbert Beckett
Miss Julia Mitchell
Mr. James Pre.ssley
Mr. Eugene F. Robertson
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Scales
Mrs. Philip C. Gates
Mr. Charles Monsour
Miss Carlotta Wade
Mrs. Mary Asher
Mrs. Herbert P. Beckett
Mr. John Meacham. Jr.
Mrs. Spencer S. Saunders
Miss Lucv A nn Suttles
Mrs. Bernice S. Spruell
Miss Sara Marchman
Miss Daisy Bell
Mr. William H. Faver
Miss Maude Hutchins
Mr. Eugene W. Ivy
Mr. John Peter Knudsen
Mr. Stuart Goldring
Mr. Jay I. Olney
Mr. John E. P. Smith
Mr. John W. Hall
Mr. David M. Smith
Mrs. Betty Van Houlen
Mrs. Jolin E. P. Smith
Mrs. D. F. Wilt
Mr. John F. A gel
Mrs. Murray L. Bono
Mr. Robert F. Moskowitz
Mr. Chester Story
Miss Wawena Hughs
Mr. George Kast
Mrs. David S. Kearns
Mrs. Mae Berry Killian
Mrs. V. N. Limehouse
Miss Eva Mask
Mrs. Foster Morris
Mrs. Dewey W. Waddell
Mr. Milton Baumun
Mr. William F. Cummings
Mr. Lawrence M. Lippman, Jr.
Mrs. J. G. Moore
Mrs. Frank E. Specht
Mrs. C. C. Blaisdell
Mr. Richard J. Hill
Mr. Reubin C. Payne
Mr. R. M. Reynolds, Jr.
Mr. O. B. Francis, Jr.
Mrs. T. E. Bayley
Lt. James A . Magee
Mrs. C. S. Promnitz
Mrs. Naomi P. Reilly
Mr. Charlie Smith
Mrs. Vashli H. Woodruff
Mr. Ted Bayley
Mr. Bill Christian
Mr. Jimniie Clower
Mr. Marvin Lawson
Mrs. Leslie G. McGarity
Mrs. Edithgene Sparks
Mrs. R. M. Speights
Mrs. Loren D. Young
Mr. Richard T. Bartenfeld
Mrs. Marion K. Kelly
Mr. Thomas M. LaStringer
Mrs. Douglas H. Purdie
Mr. William R. Cason
Mrs. Nancy Williams Gilmer
Mrs. Curtis Nesbit
Mr. Lawrence L. Parlett
Mrs. Edna S. Reinhold
Mr. Joe M. Sewell
Mrs. Belle Turner Bennett
Mr. John David Chesnut
Mr. E. P. Jones
Mrs. Jack Amaso
Mrs. William B. Christian
Mrs. R. C. Cook
Miss Joyce Ann Gravel
Mr. John R. Guthrie
Lt. j.g. Robert Olson
Mrs. Constance D. Wilson
Mr. Ralph B. Greenleaf
Mr. & Mrs. James C . Gupton
Mr. James Pickens Taylor, Jr.
Mr. Thomas L. Winn
Mrs. John David Chesnut
Mr. Robert T. Sexton
Mrs. Louie C. Casey
Mr. David S. Davies
A surprise award for Outstand-
ing Service as dean of women
was given to Mrs. Bernice Hil-
liard. Mrs. Hilliard recently re-
tired from the post, but re-
mained for her faculty duties.
Presidents Beall and Langdale
make the moment memorable
in the above photo. The actual
presentation to Mrs. Hilliard
was made by Dr. Cheever Cres-
sy, vice-president for Academic
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Dr. Noah Langdale Jr., presi-
dent of Georgia State was the
recipient of this year's School
Bell Award, which is presented
annually at a breakfast given by
the Oglethorpe Alumni Associa-
tion. Alumni president Ted Bay-
ley beams approval as Dr. Paul
R. Beall. Oglethorpe president,
makes the presentation to Dr.
Dr. Langdale is shown making
his acceptance talk. The articu-
late Dr. Langdale kept the au-
dience on the ends of their seats
with a provocative presentation.
The Flying Petrel
ii ^ Basketball
In Puerto Rico
Bill Carter, assistant coach at Ogle-
thorpe College, will coach summer
basketball in Puerto Rico.
Carter will handle the reins of the
San German team in the Superior Bas-
ketball League. The eight-team league
has utilized such famous American
coaches as Tex Winter of Kansas State,
Lou Rossini of NYU and Art Loche
from the University of Vermont.
Each team in the league features a
distribution of Puerto Rico's best high
school, college and amateur players.
Richard Pietri. a 6-4 forward, who ap-
peared in Atlanta with the Puerto Rico
Olympic squad against Oglethorpe,
will be a member of Carter's squad.
Last season, the San German squad
was runner-up in the league and Car-
ter is hopeful of carrying this year's
club to the championship.
Coach Carter will start practice in
early June. The 21 -game schedule will
begin in July and continue through
early September, at which time the
playoflfs will commence.
Carter, a former Oglethorpe star
guard, has been an assistant to Petrel
head coach Garland Pinholster for sev-
eral seasons. He is head coach of the
Oglethorpe baseball and soccer teams.
He will assume his regular coaching
duties at Oglethorpe next fall.
William Hewlett Perkerson
Mrs. William H. Perkerson
June .'5 Graduation Exercises
11:00 a.m. — Baccalaureate
Services, Sermon — Father
John J. Cotter — Auditorium
5:00 p.m. — Commencement
Exercises — Field House
Address: Eugene Patterson,
Editor, The Atlanta Consti-
NEW ALUMNI GIVING
Casey, Mrs. Louie C.
Charleston, S. C.
Crowe, Wendell, W.
Guthrie, John R.
Meacham, John, Jr.
Perry, Creighton L
Putno, John M.
Walton, O. C.
Dckle, Joseph B.
Shepherd, Robert W,
Perkins. William C.
Walls, B. E.
Wells, Miss Lucille
Wade, Miss Carlotta
Bell, Miss Daisy
Plainview, N. Y.
Speights, Mrs. R. M.
Greenville, S. C.
Bartenfeld, Richard T.
The Georgia Foundation for Independent Colleges, Inc
The Aeroflex Foundation
York, N. Y.
National Biscuit Company
York, N. Y.
Merrill Lynch, Pierce,
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(B) — Denotes Booster
Columbus Alumni Hold April Meeting
Alumni and friends of Oglethorpe
College held a luncheon meeting in
Columbus, Ga. on April 21.
An informal session was held during
lunch between the alumni and Dr.
R. Beall, president of the Col-
Garland Pinholster, vice-presi-
for Development; and Charlie
director of Alumni Affairs. After
Dr. Beall outlined the new
building program for the college. Using
charts and photographs. Dr. Beall gave
complete details on the new student
union buildin" and dormitories.
Presiding at the meeting was Ogle-
thorpe trustee, Charles S. Daley, presi-
dent of the Fourth National Bank of
Columbus, who handled arrangements.
Alumni attending the meeting were:
J. S. Brewer, '25; G. Park Brinson Jr.,
'32; Richard H. Stroller, '49; Mrs. June
Rader Childs, '47; William H. Childs.
"50; B. F. Register, '20; William E.
Nail, '43; and Richard H. Taliaferro,
Mr. Eben L. Reid, vice-president
of the Fourth National Bank also at-
tended the meeting.
TOTAL DEVELOPMENT REPORT
CONTRIBUTOR GIFTS CASH
Alumni 198 $13,069.50
Business 44 6,565.00
Organizations 15 34.905.35
Friends 34 2,565.00
Trustee's 8 4,600.00
Scholarships 7 5,940.00
Pop Crowe 12 2,729.00
Total 318 $70,373.85
by WAYNE G. STEPHENS
Stormy PetreF Staff
The Old West leaves the television screen late show and
returns to the silver screen which it inhabited for many years.
Buster Badlands, presented by the Oglethorpe Players
May 13 and 14, includes most of the stock traditions begun
by the "Great Stage Robbery" many years ago. Bad men
fight in the streets, Indians attack, and pretty girls are
To go along with these antiquated events, the student
authors of this work have added such modern bits as a
pacifist sheriff, but he still gets his man.
The basic plot revolves around the discovery of gold on
Indian land by that intrepid miner, Cooter Cudahy, played
by Nate Zahn. Plotting to steal this gold over some Redeye
in Blossom Seedy's saloon (Blossom is played by Mina
Meines) are those two neferious villians Buster Badlands,
or alumnus Phil Leftwich, and the educated Indian Grease-
belly. Filling out this part is Richard Laurence Baron.
Crystal LaRoue, the delectable saloon girl played by
Carole Moore, discovers the plot and is kidnapped. To her
rescue rides that fearless no-gun sheriff, Gunther Dodgem,
portrayed by Bob Hamrick.
The major location for this thriller was the old west town
at Lake Spivey. Except for the electric lights, loudspeakers,
and fans, this is an extremely authentic site and well suited
to the making of a movie during the off season.
Much thanks must go to the owners for their permission
and assistance in using this local bit of history.
There is, of course, more to the plot than the outline
above indicates, and several subplots as well. These natural-
ly, can only be revealed at the showing of the movie itself.
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