THE FLYING PETREL MAY, 1967 IN THIS ISSUE Charles Cash, Editor Theresa Burkart, Editorial Assistant ALUMNI DAY SCHEDULE The annual Alumni Day at Oglethorpe College will be held on May 13. The highlight of this year's schedule will be a reception for Ogle- thorpe's new President, Dr. Paul K. Vonk, in the Great Hall at 4:00 p.m. New features this year include the alumni meeting at 1:30 p.m. imme- diately following the Booster Club luncheon and meeting (which is free of charge, courtesy of the Booster Club ) . All alumni are urged to attend the Booster Club luncheon and the boosters are cordially invited to remain for the alumni meeting. Other activities include a tennis match, baseball game, an art show, and three simultaneous seminars. The complete schedule is listed below. PLEASE MAKE YOUR PLANS TO ATTEND May 13, 1967 10:00 a.m. — Tennis Match with Georgia State — Varsity Courts 11:45 a.m. — Registration Begins — Quadrangle 12:15 p.m. — Booster Club Luncheon and Meeting — Field House 1 : 30 p.m. — Alumni Meeting — Field House 2:00 p.m. — Baseball Game with Berry — Anderson Field Conducted Tour of New Dormitories 3:00 p.m. — Seminars Science — Prof. Roy Goslin — Lowry "A" Political Science — Prof. Philip Palmer — Lupton 208 Psychology — Prof. Mohammed Kian — Hearst 103 Oglethorpe Student Art Show — Hearst Gallery 4:00 p.m. — Reception for Dr. Paul K. Vonk — Great Hall 8:00 p.m.— "The Gift"— Oglethorpe Student Movie Production- Auditorium NOTE: All Alumni are urged to attend the Booster Luncheon as guests of the Booster Club. On our cover is the large sign which faces Peachtree Road, announcing the building program underway at Oglethorpe. The dor- mitories are expected to be ready for fall occupancy. The new student union building should be in operation by early 1968. ALUMNI DAY - 1967 Presidential Changes Announced Dr. Paul K. Vonk to Become New Oglethorpe President Dr. Paul Kenneth Vonk has been named President of Ogle- thorpe College. Assuming his duties on June 1, Dr. Vonk becomes the eleventh president in Oglethorpe's history which dates to 1835. He will be the seventh president since 1916 when the College established its current campus in Atlanta. In making the announcement of Dr. Vonk's appointment, Rob- ert L. Foreman, chairman of the Oglethorpe trustees, said: "We are extremely fortunate to obtain Dr. Vonk's services. He is a tested aca- demic administrator whose wealth of experience will be of great benefit to Oglethorpe College." The new Oglethorpe president was born on July 6, 1913 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where he attended the public schools and Grand Rapids Junior Col- lege. He received his B.A. Degree from Calvin College in Grand Rapids in 1935 with history as his major. In 1939, he received an M.A. Degree in philosophy from the University of Michigan. He received a scholarship and graduate assistant at Duke Uni- versity in 1939-41 and after World War II he continued work at Duke on his Ph.D. Degree which was conferred in 1951. Dr. Vonk spent 15 years at the University of Miami, starting as an assistant professor in 1948 and serving as dean of the University and College from 1960-63. He was vice-president for Academic Affairs and professor of philos- ophy at Parsons College in Fair- field, Iowa from 1963 until 1965 when he joined the University of West Florida in Pensacola where he has been vice-president for Academic Affairs and professor of philosophy the past two years. A member of many professional organizations, Dr. Vonk is a past president and vice-president of the Southern Society for Philos- ophy and Psychology, a former secretary-treasurer of the Florida Philosophical Association and chairman of the Higher Educa- tion Section of the Florida Edu- cation Association. He is a mem- ber of several honorary societies: Phi Kappa Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi and Phi Delta Kappa. A member of the Presbyterian church, Dr. Vonk has been a very active participant in campus and community religious groups. He is co-author of "Introduc- tion to College," published by Allyn & Bacon. He has written numerous book reviews and spe- cial papers. Dr. Vonk is married to the for- mer Idalee Wolf and they have two children, Claire, 18, a sopho- more at Tulane and Paul Ken- neth, 13, an eighth grader. Mrs. Vonk is a celebrated author of many books and other publica- tions in the field of religious edu- cation and children's literature. Dr. Paul R. Beall Resigns Oglethorpe Presidency Dr. Paul R. Beall, president of Oglethorpe College, has resigned effective May 31. Having served as the College's chief executive since October of 1964, Beall will return to his chosen field, that of aerospace consultation. In formally submitting his res- ignation to the trustees, Dr. Beall stated: "Working with you, we have, in a short time revitalized the College, started new build- ings, and developed a master plan for one of the nation's best inde- pendent Arts and Sciences Col- leges. Let us continue our faith and work in assurance that Ogle- thorpe will come to its destined excellency. I know that it will." Under Beall's administration, Oglethorpe has grown from an enrollment of 325 to the present 900 students. A building program was instituted and new dormi- tory facilities and a student union building are currently under construction. The school also adopted the trimester system and strengthened its faculty. Robert L. Foreman, chairman of the Oglethorpe trustees stated: "We will always be indebted to Dr. Beall for his untiring efforts in behalf of Oglethorpe. The growth program that he insti- tuted will be carried forward in the years to come. On behalf of the trustees, I would like to thank Paul personally and wish him well in his future endeavors." Dr. Philip Jack Lorenz Jr., '49, is associate professor of physics at the University of the South in Sewanee. Tennessee. Prior to his Sewanee appointment. Dr. Lo- renz had been on the physics faculty of Syracuse University since 1961. He has also taught at Upper Iowa University, Ken- tucky Wesleyan College and Le- Moyne College in Tennessee. Dr. Lorenz is currently listed in the Tenth Edition of American Men of Science. Major Sheldon Godkin, '52, is presently stationed at the Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala- bama. He returned last fall from a tour of duty in Southeast Asia. Mrs. F. Hughes Smith, Jr. (Bev- erly Jean Phillips), '55, has been living in Brussels, Belgium since last August where her husband is a professor at Von Karman Institute. The Smiths have two children, ages 6 & 9. Edward M. English, '56, is on the staff of the Campus Ministry at Parsons College in Fairfield, Iowa. Reverend English has served as pastor of Methodist churches in New Brunswick, Trenton, and Camden, N.J. In his present duties at Parsons, he will assist other members of the Campus Ministry in the over-all religious program of the college. Frances Honea Johnston, '58, is teaching a class this year at Weatherly Heights Kindergarten in Huntsville, Alabama. Her husband Jim is a Pi-oject Engi- neer at Marshall Space Flight Center. The Johnstons have two daughters, Karen, 10; Nancy, 7. Jay D. Dye, '60, received the Master of Arts degree from Pea- body College in Nashville. Mr. Dye's major was physical educa- tion. A former basketball star at Oglethorpe, Dye is a physical education teacher-coach at Os- borne High in Marietta. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Lewis Jackson (Emily Anne Edwards, '61), are the proud parents of a son, Walter Roscoe born last September. Mr. Jackson is chief pilot for the check helicopter service recently begun by the Citizens and Southern Bank in Atlanta. Mrs. Jackson was form- erly employed by the Cherokee County Department of Family and Children's Services as Child Welfare Aid. Gail Wynn, '60, is teaching mathematics at Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Florida. Robert A. (Robin) Wynn, '61, is a Battalion Surgeon with the First Infantry in Viet Nam. Cap- tain Wynn went to Viet Nam last September and will be there until this fall. Robert V. Olson, '62, is the per- sonnel manager for the Cherry- dale plant of Stone Manufactur- ing Company in Greenville, S.C. Bob has purchased a 4 acre farm in Travelers Rest, S.C. The Ol- sons are expecting the stork very shortly. Elizabeth (Foxy) Stafford, '64, is now with the staff of First National Bank as a programmer on the IBM 360 computer. Miss Stafford completed her graduate study at Georgia State College last June. George Alexander, '65, is doing graduate study at Clemson Uni- versity and works in the Com- puter Center of the Mathemat- ical Department. He will serve as operator of the new IBM 360 and also do some programming. William Parker, '65, has been in Viet Nam since last August. His wife Jayne Archer, '65, is teach- ing third grade in Key West, Florida. William R. Cason, '66, and his wife Anne had a son, William Christopher born last June. Mrs. Cason is the former Anne Harp of Reynolds, Georgia and a 1960 graduate of Wesleyan College in Macon. 1966 ALUMNI GIVING BREAKDOWN October, 1965 - September, 1966 No . of Gifts Cash Unpaid Pledges Total Amount Alumni 243 $10,491.98 80.00 $10,571.98 (including friends) Booster Club 187 13,027.50 — $13,027.50 (including friends) Science Oglethorpe 5 1,308.00 — 1,308.00 Total 435 $24,827.48 80.00 $24,907.48 Thomas P. Caldwell, '26, died January 24 in Coral Gables, Florida. For twenty years, Mr. Caldwell was a top executive for Eastern Airlines. Recently he owned a Coral Gables auto dealership and a motel. Mr. Caldwell, '62 was en route from Miami to Cocoa Beach when his auto was involved in a colli- sion. He is survivived by his wife, Nancy and a daughter, Mrs. Betsy Caldwell Meyer of Miami. Leroy J. Boone, '27, died of a heart attack while on a camping trip, August 5, 1966. Mr. Boone had been an agent for the Equitable Life Assurance Society for 14 years. Prior to this association he was with the Florida State Theaters for 25 years and manager of the Coral Gables Theater for 20 years. A native of Americus, Mr. Boone had been a Miami resident for the past 39 years. Survivors are his wife, Juanita and three daughters. Glenn C. Jones, '32, died December 16, 1966. Mr. Jones had been retired from the Atlanta Public Schools for 12 years. He had been a teacher for 29 years. Lt. David F. Taylor III, '64, was killed in action this April in Viet Nam. An Army lieutenant, he was resident of Colum- bus. He had planned to attend graduate school after his release. John Nuveen Lectures at Oglethorpe John Nuveen, an expert in the field of international relations presented three lectures at Ogle- thorpe College on April 25, 26 and 28. An investment banker, Nuveen is director and vice-chairman of the board of John Nuveen and Company, Municipal Bonds in Chicago. He served as minister and chief of the Economic Coop- eration Administration Mission to Greece in 1948-49 and also di- rected the Marshall Plan in Bel- gium and Luxembourg in 1949- 50. The first lecture on April 25 was titled "Twenty Years of For- eign Aid." On April 26 the sub- ject was "Alianza fara el Pro- greso" ("Alliance for Progress"). The third lecture "Vexation with Viet Nam" was presented on April 28. The scene: Alumni Day, 1966 Remember? Senator Herman Talmadge is shown ad- dressing the group assembled for ground- breaking ceremonies of the new dormitories and student union building. This year, alumni will be able to visit the nearly completed dormitories and see the progress made on the student union. Paul Rensselaer Beall Shortly after the exodus of a president, his ad- ministration is given a tag. Dr. Paul R. Beall will probably be remembered as the "building president" at Oglethorpe. During the almost three years of his presidency, Dr. Beall fought for, guided and watched with interest the progress of the dormitory complex and the new stu- dent union building. The dormitories are nearing com- pletion and hopefully will be ready for occupancy this fall. The student union will be finished in 1968. Paul Beall leaves Oglethorpe on May 31 to continue his career in writing and consulting. He has made his mark at Oglethorpe and he will long be remembered as "the man who revitalized the College." Beall was urgently concerned about the master plan for the col- lege and the architectural conceptions to support the plan. He thoroughly agreed with Mr. Justice Holmes that "We need education in the obvious more than in investigation of the abstruse." Not a reactionary, he enjoys Mencken, Thurber, Runyon, Graves, and Stein- beck to mention a few. He likes to visit artist friends at Big Sur. He has been adamant however, in his quest to keep the new buildings in the architectural style of Old Oglethorpe. This he has managed to do. A firm believer in private education, Beall dreamed of a school that would be one of the best in America. He wanted 2,000 students eventually. There were 325 on hand when he came, now Oglethorpe nears 900, almost half-way to the Beall formula. Beall dreamed of a superlative faculty and added many new Ph.D.'s . . . enough to rank Oglethorpe with the highest percentage of these distinguished fel- lows in Georgia and one of the best in the South. The campus took on a new look under Beall's ad- ministration. The grass got greener, the rooms were painted (with the exception of woodwork), the fac- ulty and staff offices were improved, new student facilities and recreation areas were made available and the rusty coke box in front of Lupton was carried to the junk heap. In fact, cobwebs became a rarity instead of an everyday thing. The challenge of Oglethorpe did not ruffle Beall's crusty Iowa mien. He responded magnificently the best way he knew how ... by taking action. He has what the Scotch call "a touch o' class," the kind of thing Adlai Stevenson had, and Arnold Palmer and Charlie Chaplin — a touch of class which gives grace to work. Paul Beall started something that the new adminis- tration, Trustees, President's Council, faculty, students and alumni will have to continue. The challenge is now ours. In submitting his resignation to the Trustees, Dr. Beall said: "In the present changing patterns (growth patterns) at Oglethorpe College, Helen and I hope that we have your understanding and good wishes; we cherish them, as also we cherish the College." In his inaugural address, Dr. Beall concluded with remarks Daniel Webster once stated : "It is, sir, a small college. And yet, there are those who love it." We might paraphrase the ebullient Mr. Webster in a summation of the Beall regime: "It is, sir, a much improved college. And there are those of us who will always remember you." "Our cultural heritage is the lasting traditional and conventional. 'Most every contemporary thing is incessantly on trial to see if il will be good enough lo become traditional." "J know the merit of much contemporary structural lechnk thai is economical Certainly ire must use the sensibly indicated modern materials components and fabricating methods. 'Too frequently, however, a quick and dirty method proves lo be cheap and so is adopted as vogue. Example-. il is cjuite ibe thing nowadays in painting a room to, by jiminy, paint it. Blind labox is satisfactory. Paint being selected, walls, woodwork, light and switchplate, picture moulding, window frames, doorknobs, lockplates and bey are painted. A cat walking in on such a paint job does so at bis peril. The ultimately cheap paint fob. Hall oj the beautiful rooms in Old Oglethorpe have been so painted. We have restored some of them and hope lo rescue others." "Jbe indomitable men who built the Cathedral of Charlies might bare built a hundred lesser churches and contributed insignificantly lo architecture and Christianity." Tommy Norwood Joins Oglethorpe Coaching Staff Tommy Norwood is the new Ogle- thorpe baseball coach and assist- ant basketball coach. An ex-Oglethorpe athlete, Nor- wood is considered by many to be the greatest basketball player ever to wear a Petrel uniform. The new Oglethorpe coach re- places John Guthrie who is the new assistant basketball coach at George Washington University. Norwood, who played with ath- letic director and head basketball coach Bill Carter during the 1959 season at Oglethorpe owns prac- tically all of the career basketball records at Oglethorpe. Between 1959 and 1962, Norwood scored 1201 points, bagged 470 field goals and averaged 12.6 points per game. All are current Petrel records. He was All-State all 4 years at Oglethorpe and was named captain of the elite five his senior year. The 27 year old Norwood was also All-Star in baseball during his college days. He signed pro- fessionally with the Philadelphia Phillies in 1962 and played AA ball with Williamsport, Pennsyl- vania and Chattanooga, Tennes- see the next two seasons. He was traded to Washington in 1964 and played with the Senators' York, Pennsylvania farm club. For the past two years, Nor- wood has coached basketball at Clarkston High School. An Atlanta native, Norwood is a product of Southwest DeKalb High School where he was a much sought after prep star. In announcing Norwood's ap- pointment, Carter said: "It will be a real pleasure to team with Tommy again. We considered several prospects but feel that Tommy's basketball and baseball savvy makes him invaluable to Oglethorpe's athletic program. John Guthrie Named Assistant Basketball Coach at George Washington University John Guthrie has been named assistant basketball coach at George Washington University, in Washington, D.C. The 26 year old Guthrie leaves Oglethorpe College where he has served as assistant basketball coach for the past two years and head baseball coach for the past year. His duties at George Washing- ton will be those of assistant to head basketball coach Wayne Dobbs, scouting and recruiting. Dobbs himself is a former Ogle- thorpe graduate. One of the all-time greats at Atlanta's Murphy High School, Guthrie graduated in 1958 after making All-State in basketball and playing in the All-Star bas- ketball and baseball games. Guthrie received his BA in Secondary Education at Ogle- thorpe in 1962, and lettered in basketball and baseball. He coached the Oglethorpe Junior Varsity to a 9-3 season in 1962. In 1963 he served as assistant coach at Southwest DeKalb and became head coach the following two seasons. His teams won a total of 25 and lost 20 during his two years at the school. He was assistant coach in baseball for three years at Southwest DeKalb and his teams won 26 out of 30 ball games. Guthrie is a member of the growing roster of Basketball coaches who played at Ogle- thorpe under Garland Pinholster. Others are Bill Carter, head coach at Oglethorpe and Pat Stephens, assistant coach at the University of Georgia. Numerous Pinholster products are coaching High School teams in Georgia. 8 1966-67 Season G FG FGA PCT. FT FTA PCT. RB PF TP AVE. Doug Alexander 26 150 287 .523 105 136 .772 123 69 405 15.6 Roger Littell 26 130 259 .502 78 101 .772 119 100 338 13.0 Jim Hoggarth 24 123 274 .449 45 53 S49 82 61 291 12.1 Jerrv Sams 26 84 183 .459 82 113 .726 151 71 250 9.6 J. P. Bruzek 26 76 145 .524 64 92 .696 177 63 216 8.3 Al Smith 25 55 132 .417 31 Ki .674 99 52 141 5.6 Mike Dahl 21 49 95 .516 28 45 .622 87 33 126 6.0 Earl Blair 25 48 102 .471 L9 22 .864 28 li, 115 1 ii Norman Hill 17 15 38 .395 9 13 .692 23 15 39 2.3 Doug Cole 16 12 34 .353 5 5 1.000 9 9 29 1.8 Ernie Crain 8 6 15 .400 8 1 1 .727 7 9 20 2.5 Kenny Cannon 8 (i IS .333 7 8 .875 12 6 19 2.4 Kenneth Richards 1 1 1 1.000 2 3 .667 •2 4 4.0 Jerry Lee 2 1 .000 .000 (i 0.0 Totals 26 755 1584 .477 483 648 .745 917 506 1993 76.7 Opponents 26 651 1489 .437 450 657 .685 771 490 1763 67.7 Game Scores 1966-67 Season OC - 64 Shorter— 63 ( OT) OC - 82 Belmont— 77 OC - 74 LaGrange-^9 OC - 79 Asheville-Biltmore— 68 OC-75 Murray State— 90 OC - 90 Concord— 66 OC - 87 Rio Grande— 77 OC - 90 David Lipscomb— 63 OC - 84 Georgetown ( Ky ) -83 ( OT ) OC - 75 LaGrange— 65 OC - 68 Shorter— 62 ( OT ) OC - 57 Providence— 74 OC-76 Chattanooga— 77 OC - 62 Georgia Southern— 65 OC - 75 Wilmington— 68 OC - 81 Arkansas State— 82 ( OT ) OC-82 Georgia State— 56 OC - 67 Belmont— 70 OC - 70 Georgia State— 53 OC -101 Piedmont— 54 OC - 51 Valdosta State— 56 OC-70 Southwestern (Term.)— 67 OC - 69 Valdosta State— 74 OC - 96 Piedmont— 61 OC - 82 Georgia Southern— 65 OC - 86 Chattanooga— 78 Walker Heads Oglethorpe All- Opponent Team Won - 18 Lost -8 Have You Made Your Alumni Gift This Year? Jim Walker of Providence, who made everybody's All-America, is the top vote-getter on Ogle- thorpe's All-Opponent team. The Friar senior, who is the top pro prospect of this season, was a unanimous first team mem- ber on. the ballots of the Petrel players, as was John Dickson of Arkansas State and Herb Mc- Pherson of Murray State. Walker was instrumental in breaking the game wide open as Providence defeated Oglethorpe 74-57. The Petrels trailing by only a point at halftime grabbed an early lead in the second half at 37-32, and then Walker took command. He scored 13 of his team's next 26 points and made several assists to put the contest out of reach. The Petrels did take pride in the fact that they "held" First Team Jim Walker, Providence John Dickson, Arkansas State Herb McPherson, Murray State Billy Chumbler, Murray State Jim Seeley, Georgia Southern Walker to 22 markers, one of his season's lowest scoring efforts. Dickson, the 6-11 Arkansas State giant scored 36 points in leading Arkansas State to an 82- 81 win over Oglethorpe. Dickson made 15 out of 16 field goal at- tempts, his last one was the most important. With 4 seconds left, he hoisted the shot that won the game. Murray's McPherson had 22 points and 9 rebounds as Murray stopped the Petrels 90-75. Mc- Pherson more recently showed the way in Murray's upset win over Western Kentucky. Billy Chumbler, Murray guard and Jim Seeley, Georgia South- ern forward round out the first five. The complete All-Opponent team: Second Team Mike Riordan, Providence Bryan Phillips, Valdosta State Dwaine Bruce, Georgetown (Ky.) Charlie Meisel, Belmont Alvin Tuttle, Georgetown (Ky.) Petrels Conclude Fine Season Doug Alexander scored 43 points (including 16 field goals) for a new school record. Bill Carter fin- ished his initial season on a win- ning note with a winning 18-8 record. These were the items on which the Petrel squad took stock as they polished off their last post- game meal of the season on March 2. Chattanooga had become the final victim of 1966-67 when Oglethorpe doomed them 86-78. It was sweet revenge for Carter's Club which was upset by Chat- tanooga 77-76 in mid-January. The mood was a happy one except when someone would men- tion the NCAA College Division Tournament. The Petrels still feel that they should have been invited for several good reasons: Reason #1— The 18-8 mark of Oglethorpe was better than the 17-8 record posted by Stetson, who received the bid. Reason #2 — The tougher schedule that was played by the Petrels, as compared to the one played by Stetson. Reason #3 — The past good showings by Oglethorpe in NCAA tourney competition. Bitterness is not an Ogle- thorpe trademark, however, and the Petrels will pack away the basketball equipment with an eye toward next season. Next year should be a good one as Oglethorpe will return all of its players. The record-breaking Alexander plus Jerry Sams and Roger Lit- tell will be Seniors. Johnny-come- lately Mike Dahl, J. P. Bruzek, Jim Hoggarth, Earl Blair, Doug Cole and Jerry Lee will be Ju- niors with a good crop of Fresh- man hopefuls moving up to sec- ond-year status. Carter is also hopeful of nabbing some high school stars for a good freshman crop. Oglethorpe Teams Take Spring Break The Oglethorpe College tennis team took the spring vacation break with an impressive 6-2 record. Coach Bill Carter's swingers have lost their matches with two national powers, Georgia and Kalamazoo, and came up with impressive victories over Vander- bilt and William and Mary. They also defeated West Georgia twice and posted single triumphs over Appalachian and Chattanooga. Mid-season statistics show that the Petrel's big four of Joe Den- nis, Robbie Smith, Byron Wal- beck and Robbie Danner have played exceptionally well. Dennis, who plays the number three sin- gles spot leads the club in wins with 7 out of 8. Smith and Wal- beck who have alternated at num- ber one and number two and Danner, number four, have identi- cal 6-2 marks. The number one doubles com- bo of Smith and Dennis lost their opening match and then rolled to seven straight triumphs. Wal- beck and Danner have won 6 out of 7 in their partnership. The first female varsity ath- lete in Oglethorpe history, Sharon Gleason has fared well against the male competition, winning 3 of 5 outings. Sets Lost Oglethorpe Tennis Statistics SINGLES Won Lost Sets Won Joe Dennis 7 1 14 Robbie Smith 6 2 13 Byron Walbeck 6 2 13 Robbie Danner 6 2 12 Sharon Gleason 3 2 7 Dave Bonham 2 4 4 Rusty Jones 1 2 2 Pete Butler 1 Totals 3l 16 65 2 4 5 6 5 8 4 2 36 DOUBLES Won Lost Smith-Dennis 7 1 Walbeck-Danner 6 I Bonham-Jones 1 4 Jones-Butler 1 1 Totals 15 ~T Sets Won Sets Lost 14 3 12 2 3 8 2 2 31 15 10 Oglethorpe College Tennis Schedule - 1967 Oglethorpe Baseball Team - 1967 Kalamazoo 2-6 L Appalachian W 7-0 Vanderbilt W 5-4 William & Mary W 8-1 West Georgia W 9-0 University of Georgia 1-8 L University of Chattanooga . . W 9-0 West Georgia W 6-3 Erskine W 7-2 Apr. 21 University of Chattanooga away Apr. 22 Georgia State away Apr. 24 Emory away Apr. 26 Berry home Apr. 28 University of Alabama home Apr. 29 Furman away May 2 Erskine away May 6 Tennessee Wesley an away May 9 Emory home May 10 Berry away May 13 Georgia State home ( Alumni Day ) ■3 e~ n i — \ Oglethorpe College Baseball Schedule Earlham W 7-1 Apr. 22 Belmont Abbey away Hillsdale W 2-0 Apr. 25 Bryan away Hillsdale 5-8 L Apr. 27 Berry away William Jewell 0-3 L Apr. 28 David Lipscomb home William Jewell 2-5 L Apr. 29 Mercer away William & Mary 4-5 L May 1 Valdosta home Middle Tenn 2-3 L May 3 West Georgia away East Michigan 2-6 L May 5 Georgia State away West Georgia 0-4 L May 6 Erskine home Parsons 3-7 L May 8 Augusta home Parsons W 6-5 May 9 Ga. Southwestern away Mercer W 7-2 May 11 Erskine away Rollins 1-15 L May 13 Berry home Jacksonville 0-6 L May 15 Augusta away Jacksonville 3-4 L May 17 Bryan home Georgia State W 4-2 May 20 Ga. Southwestern home No. Pos. B Ht. Wt. Age Class Hometown 13 Bagwell, Mike OF L R 5-11 165 18 Fr. Atlanta, Ga. 22 Bello, Jim P R R 5-10 165 is Fr. Atlanta, Ga. 26 Ide, Herb P L L 5-11 170 19 So. Cleveland, Ohio 18 Cargile, Kenny I 1 R L 5-9 170 22 Fr. Smyrna, Ga. 10 Cole, Doug* IF R R 5-11 165 19 So. Dearborn, Mich. 15 Collier, Gary P R R 5-11 175 19 Fr. Decatur, Ga. 6 Davis, Dick* P L L 6-2 170 20 Jr. Atlanta, Ga. 24 Freeman, Larry* OF L R 5-10 175 20 Jr. Chamblee, Ga. 11 Gower, Bill* OF R R 5-11 170 20 Jr. Chamblee, Ga. 23 Gurley, Randy* P R L 6-2 190 20 Jr. Austell, Ga. 9 Hoggarth, Jim* C R R 6-] 185 19 So. Nashville, Tenn. 12 Hughes, Rick IF L L 6-0 175 18 Fr. Atlanta, Ga. 2 Maher, Dick IF R R 5-10 150 19 So. Atlanta, Ga. 21 Owens, Charles* P R R 5-9 170 20 Jr. Atlanta, Ga. 16 Rudge, Steve IF L-R R 5-11 165 18 Fr. Pensacola, Fla. 8 Turner, John IF L R 6-1 175 19 So. Smyrna, Ga. 28 Kleiner, Joel OF R R 6-0 150 18 Fr. Englewood, N.J. Coach: John Guthrie (4) 'Denotes Lettermen 11 YJKi 5SS Oglethorpe's first female varsity team member Sharon Gleason compares grips with Robbie Smith. Both Glea- son and Smith have made impressive showings in the early going. The Oglethorpe players are busily engaged preparing their movie "The Gift" which will be presented in the Auditorium at 8:00 p.m. on Alumni Day. All students and alumni are invited to attend. THE FLYING PETREL OGLETHORPE COLLEGE 4484 Peachtree Road Atlanta, Georgia 30319 Second Class Postage Paid at Atlanta. Georgia 30319 Return Requested.