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WAKE FOREST COLLEGE 

THE Z^ SMITH REYNOLDS LIBRARY 



I960 

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ACCESSION N(1 

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WINSTON-SALEM 
NORTH CAROLINA 
I960 






BY WAKE FOREST COLLEGE 




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I ( ) Li nun who h;is s.icnliLxd niiich ni his hrsr 
li>vi, teaching til hrcDiiic .in ciiiKilly alik- ;ul- 
niinistrariir; 

l() .1 ni;in whniii sniilcnrs ,iiid .ill rcsixct .uu\ 
aJiiiiic 111 Ills rtlnrts t(i iiKikc W'.iku I orcst ;i better 
phicc ti) li\L' and karn, 

l() .1 111.111 wliii IS ti>lcr.iiit lit the viLWs 1)1 cithLTs. 
w lin has the aliilit\' to ilisaiiruc witlnuit liciiit; ili.sa- 
i^rccalilc. 

I ( ) a man w Im has ilcnidnstratcil tliu marks nl .i real 
schiilar, 

rO a man ^^ ho has been recounizeil as "one w iio 
gets things done, quiekK and well, in a diploniatie 
tasliion almost beyond deseription"; 

I < ) a man profound, 

1 ( ) a liiimaiiitarian, 

Willi deep .ippreciation for ha\ ing experienceil 

him, 

l() Dr. Idwiii (naves W il.son, we sincerelv dedi- 
cate the I "Ml ilOWi,! R. 





I his lias bfcn a siicccsshil and very 
wondcrtui year for the students of 
Wake Forest College. The graduating 
class ot 1960 is the first group of 
seniors to graduate from our college 
who have attended the school on its 
present site tor tour complete years. 
1 low ever, the spirit and traditions are 
the same that reigned on the old cam- 
pus in Wake County. These traditions 
have been replanted and well-adapted 
ro their new location. 

With this copy ot the HowIkr 
the 1959-60 staff presents \iiu with a 
t\ pical college year captured in pic- 
tures. The goal of the Howler is to 
preserve another of these wonderful 
years for you in a true-to-lite casual- 
ness and a friendh', informal manner 
which is representative of the atmos- 
phere prevalent among the students. 
It, in \ears to come, > ou will be able 
to turn through these pages and 
reminisce with a smile the joys, 
pleasures, and thrills that 19.';9-60 has 
brought, then the aim of this Howi.er 
will have been fulfilled. 




CONTENTS 




ADMINISTRATION 
18 

ACADEMICS 
36 

ATHLETICS 
112 

ACTIVITIES 
146 

HONORARIES 
184 

GREEKS 

202 

BEAUTIES 

228 

ADVERTISEMENTS 
246 



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THE SPIRITUAL 





DMIMISTBATIOM 




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The Howi.ER this year marks the completion ot the first tour-year 
cycle — a normal student generation — on the new Wake Forest College 
campus. It therefore symbolizes the close ot the transition period — a 
chapter in our history — that will he forever unique. We shall eherish 
the pleasant memories and forget the others- except to heneht b\ 
mistakes — as we build into the future. 



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BUSINESS 
STAFF 




W;-. \inrlh 11 CuluhiiiJ. Inj>ii:,i „l ihr („llru.r 





rnjsiim-'i Suff: fins.ll. Cmkt. Ki„„H. Hw„„i,: Willur.t. l',-llx,„l,„. 



A.lnniiislrjnvr Asii-I.uits: Scatid, H,ilf>lrllrr. Drah. (,re.im,. Miller. St.indii 
r.ui.lli. Ujmruk. Grubbs. 



\h ll„„„.n r (,n/li,l. Dnr.l,,, ,.) Kr.i.lriiu 





KriifSfr.,rsS,,,Jf: Ditlll. D.M,. tr.„u,i. M,ll>.,p,. V, i 




REGISTBAR'S 
STAFF 




Mr. (,r.7,A ,S. I\,tle,s„il. K,'^ 






\\r. Il.imlj S \l„n,f. Siipmntni.trnt „) HiiiI.Iiiik 
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h,lu,i,i.,u„H n.d Um ; ml I/;. (,, llii, 



\lr M.iriiH l-rjiias. Ilimtar o/ Sp«rli /'««/, 



Mrs^ Riihx \l Sherid.w. Ilirnlnr of Fn,„l S, 




l)r OzmiT Hfiirv. CMr^r I'hvsuu, 





Mr. Rliurll liranlh^. /;., Dnul,,, uj A,., I:. 




Dr. I.. H. HolhtiKs'^onh. CollfK' Oiapl. 





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BIOLOGY 
DEPARTMENT 



Dr. AlltN. Dr. („dr. Dr. H,,,/;, Dr. I„liiisu,,i. Dr. MrRilchir. Dr. Rntl. Dr. Davn. 




I), I li.iii, \hn„ii.il.l. niinl„r „l l/«i/,. 



MUSIC 
DEPARTMENT 





/);. H„huiM,ii, \ln. Il.vns. \lr llr.i.l. /)r. H.i, 



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MATH 
DEPARTMENT 




Dr. hry C. Gnitry. Chatrman »/ tlu \talll Df- 
pjrtmcnt. 






Ilr. (ToNjr H. E.up. (jLUnnaii „l (.Li>iujl L.w^^u. 



CLASSICAL 

LANGUAGE 

DEPARTMENT 



Dr. Earfi jnJ Dr. //. 




LIBRARY 
STAFF 




Mr. C.irlloll l\ \l'rsf. I.lhr 



CHEMISTRY 
DEPARTMENT 








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Dr. CImrlfs S. HImIc, Chairman „] 



Dr. tihhick. Dr. Wilhr. /);. H.iwiuL; Dr. Cross. Dr. Isbell. Dr. Nrj-^rll. Dr. Black. 




MILITARY 
SCIENCE 




MODERN 
LANGUAGES 

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Dr^ HaroLI l). Rucll. (h.iirman „/ 
MoJfrn LwKli.isir Drp.ntii„nl. 




SljccJ UmSinJer. \tr. Ihh.iJ,,. \)r,, «„/.,«»«. StjnduiL; Dr. K,;u„i. \h . Amknoii- 
Mr. h\,u-.l. Dr. (JFlalnrtv. Mr. .SuM. Mr. .SV«ri;i//. Dr. SlnrmArr. Dr. I'.irhr. Dr 
TnmluH. 




Scat(.ci Dr. O-^rn. Dr K.urls,^. Mns H.tln. 
Leiiis. .Mr. H\Il„n. Dr. Hr.uli. Mr. TlmiiLn. 



PSYCHOLOGY 
DEPARTMENT 

WfiliinilBfllfH 



Sr.nulini; Dr S,„ir. \lr. ( „,d: \lr 




BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION 




Dr. (,jin,l \l. K«t:,rs. Drail „J tlu StIlnrA 
"J Busint-si .-iJiniNistninr/ii. 




Dr. I„hn r. D.nlnell. Chairtmn of the 
I'syclwlogy Drparlnimt. 



Dr. link MlJ Dr. ir,//,.; 



PHILOSOPHY 
DEPARTMENT 




\h I lln„n. Mr. loid.ui. Dr. Ih.lyw. I),. Hmks. Mr. Sl.rlllllK!. 



I), ll.uul.t i; R»r«;;', (h.lirmui <// ill,- 
rinsu.il r.lNt.ilmi n,l>.iilm:in. 



PHYSICS 
DEPARTMENT 




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ENGLISH 
DEPARTMENT 



Sc.ircd /)r, .S7»r/,i, \/r. Ihr^ral. \lr^ Auinl;. Mm PInlhp!. Mrs. Rjynnr. Dr. Hrm 
rnik. .Mr. IXnis. Sr.inaint; Dr. H.uns. Dr. Frdk. \h. Slmrtrr. Dr. Diiriihiiuh. U 
Kniwn. .Mr. Warluk. Dr. Hrrr^n. Dr. II ;/..»«. Mr. Dr.rh. 

RELIGION 
DEPARTMENT 





SLMted: Dr. H.,mr,d: Dr. Am;,!!. Dr. (.nffin. Standing: Dr. Dyrr, Dr. Ti 




SOCIOLOGY 
DEPARTMENT 

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Dr. Brinks. Dr. Clire. Dr. An 



Dr. Clarence H. Patrick. Clwrman r,/ the 
Sociology Department. 





EDUCA^riON 
DEPARTMENT 



Mr. H.itl jihi Dr. I 




POLITICAL 
SCIENCE 




Mr. .-Iri.lnuM. Mr. Ihlil. Mr. (,r,gg. 



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HISTORY 
DEPARTMENT 




Dr. SmiUy. Mr. Chnrs. Dr. Tilhn. Dr. IwufMlJ. Dr. )V.,™,. I),. I',rr\. Dr. \l„ll,i 
Dr. Gregory. .\lr. Hitch, ns. 





Mr. C.nnll II . \\,.ltheri. Dr.in of thr 1.,,-^- School. 



LAW 
SCHOOL 



l/r. U'chstcr. Mr. Dnim: Dr. Lc; .Mr. Scarlett. M 





CADEMIGS 




SENIORS 






Charles Edmond Adams 

Ben Geer Alderman, Jr., B.B.A. 

Alplr, I'lil Oin.'Ka: AlpliH K:ip|.:i 

Ernest Raymond Alexander, Jr., B.A. 



Ch. 
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II. -id CIl, 



apoli; 



iiicr :J, 4: K;ii>i»a Sigma 



John Alexander Alford 



Coll 



Ol.l C.M : 



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Edward Martin Allen, Jr., Ill, B.A. Muuiit Aii v 

I U.C. 1, 2. 3, 4, l're.sidfiit 3; V.D.C. 1. 2, 3, 4, Vi«- 
I'lrviiifiit 3, 4; Student Union Executive Committee 4: 
Chiiinian Lertuie Committee Student Union 4; "Old 
(luldan.i Bl:u-k" Staff. 

Joe Lee Arnold Biistnl, Vm 



//,„,/ row: 

John Wesley Ashburn Winstnri-Silem 

Douglas Moxley Bailey, III, B.A. < 'lnrksljuiK, \V. V:i. 

I'l Ivai.j.a Alpha; C.aiiicrl.ui^- Clul.; FrcslimaT. Basket- 



Lois Elaine Bailey, B.S. 

Bi..l..gy As.-lstalU :;, 4; Beta Beta Beta. 



Chadb. 



/,„;,//; ,.,„■: 

Frank Lindsay Baker, Jr. 
Hubert Wayne Bare, B.S. 

Kappa Mil I'PhImii J. :;. I. Tn 
William Bernard Barrow, B.S. 

Iiilraniinals; Drila Simula I'lii 



Atlanta, Ga. 
I'lttshoi-d 
isuivr 1: FT. A. 

Wrldi.ri 

Wesley Fininaiti.in. 



fiflh row: 

Frances Louise Baucom, B.A. .Muinoi- 

Huii.M- <'.,iiii,-il: W.li.A. Srcn-larv; Legislature St-cri- 
t-Hv : Sini.a I 'la.ss Si-eietan'; Tassels; Delta Kappa Xu; 
ds Committee; Magnolia Court; Queen 

Dl.:. o*™ — .,. r\..u.. i;: 



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; Delta Sigma Phi; Strings; Delta Sigma 



Carl Julius Beacham, Jr., B.S. Jacksi 

.<ii;iiia I'lii Lp-ilMri: Mon.igram Club. 
George Reginald Bell Gree 



xuih ro,r 

Joseph Edward Belton Winstmi-Salem 

John Franklin Bergner, Jr., B.S. Forth Worth, Texas 

( ;.inian ( lub _>, :;; Alpha I'hi Omega 2, 3, 4, First Vice- 

l'rr-ld,iit I; CMiiiiril Mriiibi-i Trailer Park 3. 

Peggy Elmira Berrier, B.A. Winston-Salem 









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SENIORS 




Edith Marie Berry, B.S. 



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Wilburn Earl Berry, Jr., B.S. 

l.,'Uiil.i:, Clil Alpha 

Fritts Lewis Biesecker, B.B.A. 

I.:ni.l«l;i Chi .\l|,h.-l. Aluiiuii ^ 



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■ Cli: 



CUil,; V W.A 



Alpha Kapp: 



Janet Margaret Binkley, B.A. W ake Forest 

'I'hc Siu.l.-nt." Ivlil.ir 4; Tass,.|s 4; lAizcliaii Society, 
i'l.-i.liaii 4i ' WhuV Who;" H S T , Sccictarv .3; Phi 
Sisiiaa I..ta: limi,,, C.uiHal :i. 4. S.vivlaiy 3." 
Barbara Jean Blackmon, B.A. Ijillington 

It.liKiuu.^ l-;,lu.aiioi, ami Srrviia- Clul,: YAV.A.; Big 



Edgar Leon Boggs, B.A. 

K.appa .\lplia; CliMir 1, 2. 3. I; (Irrma 
I'niil, ".Skill nIOur Tcrlh" 4, 


,\ll 
1 Clul 


ivi.-ifi, Va. 
1, 2; Play 


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John Marshall Bostic, B.B.A. H 


iiliclti. 


villc, S. C. 


Bruce Norman Boteler, B.S. 

D.lla SiKlii.a rin; K: a Mil lOpMl.,,, 


Tim 


ipck, K. J. 


Christopher Lewis Bramlett, B.S. 

Drita SlKliia I'hi; (l.aliUiia SlKliia l^p- 


Inli. I' 


Canton 
v-iiclent 4: 


Kappa Mil KpMl.iii; Alpha l:p>ilni 
K..llli.lali(.ii. \-in-l'n-si,l,.|it 4; ( 'liu 
ChiMiiistrv DcpaitniiMil; Bami; X ( 
All-State Baiiil 2; Duniuti.ry (;(.uiiril 


llrll 
l,al. 

' lull 

ir 4, 


i; Wesley 
.Assistant 
iriillegiate 


Lionel Francis Branscomb 


Will 


I'lii-Sak-m 


Barbara Branson, B.A. 

■!■ \V,A !.■_>, 3; I'hlSlKliia Iiila3. 4 ; S^ 
1; Haii.l 1; Dran's l.isl ; "Slu.lnU" Sli 


W 

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ikc Forest 
.Assistant 


Robert Ray Bray, B.B.A. 

I'l Kappa Al|.ha: Mononlalll Clul., 


I'Miz 


ilii'lhCity 


Iiflh ,„„■ 






Betty Jane Brendell, B.A. 

US 1 . \ W A . W 1! A 1. J, 3: 1 
Sii.irix 1, _■, :;: so !■ II, 


llzrlia 


H, II. lie 
1 l-ilnaiy 


John Wayne Bridges, B.A. 

IIS r : Mllli>lrlial ('..lllrlrlir,.. Ch, 
l^illralinii ami Srrvirr Chili, Ml,. 
hMniMiili Wnlk 


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8anford 

Christian 

Chairman; 


Shirley Ann Bridges, B.A, 

W i; .\ 1. ■-■; ()ivh,-Ms Chill 1, .'. 3 
-1 W ,\ 1, ■_'; Chii>liari lahiratii.ri a 


1, 1' 
III Sr 


lii'lmont 
rsiilcnt 4: 
virr Chill 



Francis Dale Bridgewater .s,ih>l,uiy, Mil. 

Sandra Louise Bright, B.A. \\ iii.iuii-.Sak'ni 

Dih.i Kappa Xu: V \-: .Majiii;.' Chili; W.iim'ii Day 
Sliiili-iils' Ornaiiizalliili; 'I'll I'i lii-nral liiiial .\.s.sooia- 

Mary Lee Britt, B.S. .Muifrcesboro 

Itria Uria Urta 3. ); ,\lpha I 'si (iiiirna 3, 4 : Treasurer 4; 
W.R.A, I, 2, 3, 4; .MaritiiniTs 1; Oirlicsis Club 1, 2. 



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KulciKli 



Fabian Amelia Broadway, B.A. 

\V (lA, I, 2, ■^. (, Chiss lirprcsmtativi' I, L', Treasurer 
3, House President 4; Orcliesis Club 1, 2. :i, 4, I'resi.leiit 
3; Maritimers Clul) 1, 2, Seerctarv 2; Student riiioii 
Recreation: romniiltee 3: WR.A. I. 2, 3. I; IMv 
Ma.jo,>' Chili; Tassels; "Wlio's Who." 

Billy Gray Brown, B.S. W ins -Sal.'ni 

Robert David Brown, B.B.A. ArlLnnton, \ a 



Ronnie Wayne Brown, B.A. 

Thratn- I; H;uid I: Clioir : 



Tommy Eugene Burris, B.A. 

Mirnslerial ( 'onieivnee 
David Hudson Butler, B.A. 

I'l Kappa Aljilia; .\lonos;rani 



nc Te 



Ihinl raw: 

LeRoy Conrad Butler, B.S. I'airHc Id, Conn 

Theta C'lii; FreshmaTi Baskell.all; Caninia Sinn.a 

Kps.h.n, 
Vada Aim Byars, B.S. Winston-Sah-m 

H;ind I. I; OlvhrsDa I, 4: Wi'stminster Fellowship 
I. 2, 3, 4. I'resideiil 4; Kappa Mil ICpsihili 2. 3, 4, Ue- 
.■..rdiiiK Srrivtarv I; W li A 1, 2. 
Daniel Blake Byrd, B.B.A. Charlolle 



Dempsey Aaron Calhoun, B.A. Koiky Mount 

Donna Jean Campbell, B.A. Charlotte 

John Hamilton Cantrell, Jr., B.B.A. MorKanion 

K:,pp:, Mplia, 1 lo,|.e Manager 2. Treasurer 3. SeeivtarN 

4; Delia SlKliia I'l 2, :i, 4, President 3, Chaliei41(.r 4; 

yeahhard and HIade 3, 4. Treasurer 4. 



Jiflh n,w: 

Mary Louise Carrigan 


liurlintjt.. 


Daniel Allen Carroll, B.A. 


Shell, 


Dell.i .S|i;iii;i I'hi; 1 ),4iate Team, 




Raleigh Fountain Carroll, Jr. 


Ho.selmr 



suili mw: 

Joey Mieshele Carter Kannapolis 

Marvin Pendleton Carter, Jr., B.B.A. Charlotte 

Prutte Leroy Carter, B.B.A. Charlotte 




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SENIORS 



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Janet Lee Cashwell 
Robert Neil Chafin 
Sylvia De Lette Cheek 



ul n,ir 



William Lester Childers, Jr., B.S. 

K:,|,|Ki Nil I.iimImi,: I'livsirs Kratrri 
Harold Leon CoUis, B.B.A. 
Ausbin Q. Cook, B.B.A. 



Ii.'li 



I'l A. t. 



//),/■-/ ,„„•: 

Marilyn Matthews Cook, B.S. 

\V,->l,.v Ki.uri.latiui, I, -J, Sr 
1:|.mI..ii ■_'. :i. ); Caiinuu Sikhi 
Luther D. Cooke, B.A. 



Winston-Salem 
Kannapolis 



S|)ruc.e Pine 
i'ilot Mountain 



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■i'lai'k 



III <■ 



i.laiv 1; Kappa Mu 
I'p.-il..,, :i, -1. 

Raleigh 
i; WKDl) I; Delta Phi 



Alpha :;, 1, \'i,T-l>n.si,lrnt 4. 
Fred Leon Coward, III, B.A. Sumter, S. C 

Drlia SiKiiia IMii, Historian .3, .\luniTii Chairman 4; 
lian.l 1, ■_', :i, -1. Diuiii Maid :(; H.OTC. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Si':il>hard and Bhi.lc :i. 1; liiflc Team 1, 2; X. C .\11- 
Slate Collegiate lian.l :i. 



fi,,nlh ,,,!,■ 

Michael Elmo Cox, B.A. Mmiphis T.nn 

Traik and Cioss-Cuntrv 1, 2, 3; B.S I Cnunril I 
Ministerial ( ■..nlei-ence 1, 2, 3, 4; Christian I dilrai „,„ 
and Scivier Cliil, 3, 4; Intramurals; MnriM^iani Clul.. 

Lynda Jean Crawford, B.A. Advam <• 

Mais llill I, 2; Dean's List :i; Latin I I.hmm- Si.eiet v 3, 4: 



I'lii 



Joe Durward Creech, B.A. Smithfield 

l\app,a SiKliia; (dand SriiI.e, Idalid Master of Cere- 
munas; I'lii Alpha Thela; l'liil..nialhe.sian Literary 
,S,„-iety. 



Joseph Whitfield Creech, B.S. 
Benny Lee Creed, B.A. 
James Richard Crompton 



Four Oaks 
lOast Bend 



xuili run- 

Elizabeth Ann Cross, B.A. (eiMsLnrn 

.Mats Hill I. 2; BS.r, 3, 4; ^'.W.A. 3, 4; Christian 
IvIuiatiiHi anil Serviee Cluli 3, 4, First Viee-President 
4; KaVlia Mu Kpsilon 3, 4; Howler Staff 3, 4; F.T.A. 
1; HiK Sister 4: Dean's List 3. 

Robert Franklin Grumpier, Jr., B.B.A. Raleigh 

WFIIl) I; lidTC liifle Team 1. 2: l.amhda Chi 
Alpha. House Malia^^ei 3, Treasurer 4. 

William Colin CuUen, B.A. Winston-Salem 

Basket l.all 3, 1; 'renins 3. I.A.CC ( 'liampion; "Who's 
\\li..", Oniiri.in Delta Kappa, Williams College 1, 2, 
Mnn.iKiHln Clul.. 



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Jii-sl row: 

Joseph Raymond Cumby, B.B.A. (Iimiunns 

Aubrey Gibson Currie, B.S. Laurel Hill 

Kii|i|M SimiKi: I'hi i:|)sili.n Kapju: M.incigram Cluh 

■2. :;, 1: D.aii'.- \Afi :5; Footl.all 1, 2, :i, 4; All A.C.C. 

S.'hnlaMl.- Tram. 
William Robert Curtis, B.A. 

Han,l I. 1'; Sm.lrHt A^.^i.<lallt 2: 1 

aTul Baskctliali. 



F. 



Felix Brenard Dalton, B.B.A. 



Oscar Thomas Dancy 
Branch Howard Daniels, Jr. 



Ihinl inir 

Max Eugene Deal 
Douglas Duncan Dean 
William Patrick DeLapp, B.B.A. 



fourth nor. 

Darrell Frank Dennis, B.B.A. 
Franklin Denny, B.B.A. 
Allen Clark Dotson, B.S. 

Kappa Mu l:|.>il..ii. Tn-a.-^un- 
dent Scrtlul,: Plivsiis lU-^CMi 



Nuifolk, \'a. 



Hickrjry 

Clayton 

Heid.-^ville 



Asheville 

Pilot Mountain 

Badin 

Milcnt; A. I. P. tftu- 



Bobby Gene Downing, B.A. Lev-ittown. Pa. 

Knctl.all 1. •-'; Tiark 1. 2; Wrestling 3; Monogram 
f'lul.; \\ FDD: Ka|ipa Sifrma: Young Democrats Club: 



Allen Eugene Doyle, B.B.A. 
Roberta Jan Duff 



W'in.-^ton-iSalem 
Tampa, Fla. 



William Bennett Duiuiagan, B.B.A. Winston-.^alem 
.\l|.lia Kappa INi liuM.ie>s Fraternity :i. 4. \'iee-Pre.'^i- 



,|ei,t 4: (Mill T, 



I, ;!. 4, 



Margaret Ann Dutton, B.S. theenslioro 

Draniatir- 1. 2. :-): \Ve^lev Fouiulatii n 1, 2. 3, 4; K.M.E. 
2. 3, 4: .-Student Union 3; W.HA. 1. 2. 

James Carr Eagle, Jr., B.S. Spencer 

Delta Sigma Phi: Scabbard and Blade; Band. 



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SENIORS 



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dkMdik 



Raymond E. Ebert, Jr. W ijiston-Salem 

Eloise Critz Ellis, B.B.A. S]iracp Pine 

l)..|t:i K:ii,i,a Xu J. :!, 1; W li.A I. ■-', :i. 1; Christian 

Ivlu.vitinji and SiTvi,',' Cliil, 1. 

James Earl Ezzell, Jr. Hixkv Mount 



Everett Larry Fabian, B.S. Winston-.Salcni 

Diikc rnivcisily 1, 2; Pliysii-s Re.'^wirch Assistant 3, 4; 
All', Stiiilcut Section 3, President 4; Intramural 
Uii'^lliriK Award 3; Intramural Handball Award 4; 
l,ariil„la Chi Alpha, 

Boyd Leon Farmer, B.A. Hamlet 

Wiiitair C..II.K.- I, -.': W KDI) 3, I; B,S C 3, 4; .Minis- 
l-iial Cniili-ivii,-,- 3, 4; Intramural F..,.ll,all and Softball 
3. I, 

Patricia Ann Farson, B.A. Charlotte 

StriuKs -J, 3, 4; HS.l'. 1. '2; Westminster Fellowship 
2: Ib.wLKR SlalT I, 2, Captions PMitor 3, Copy and 
Captions l';dit,ir I: Oirh.'sis Darii-e CInh 2, 3, 4 



ll,n,l n„r' 

Kenneth Edwin Ferrell, B.A 

l''o..ll.all; Pika Flaleinitv: .\I 
Ha,-krtl.all an, I S..ltliall ' 
Lawrence Bernard Fleisher, B.A. 

i'ooll.all 1. 2. 3, I; \ 
Ha.limntnn ChaM.iHoii 



111: 



Durhal 
.Club; Intramun 



Winnipeg, Canada 

Wrestling 3; Theta Chi; 

Alpha Theta Honor- 



Bobbie Jean Fleming, B.A. Hickory 

.Mars Hill Colli'gr I, 2; \ ,W,A, Coinu'il :i, 4, Mis.sion 
Chairman 3, Publicity Chairman 4: .\lpha Psi Omega 
Dramatics Fraternity 3, 4, 



Charles Maynard Forbes, B.A. ( Incnslioro 

l.anili.la Chi .\l|.lia 2, ;i, I; I'nshmg liilles 2, 3, 4; "Old 

Cold anil Black,' Carl nsi I, 2, 3, 4; "The Student" 

I. 2. :i. 4: Intianiural Council 4; Sociology Club 4. 

Linda Ford, B.A. Elkin 

\\,li,,\ I; Choir 1; Dean's List; ICnglish Assistant 3, 4. 

Charles Anthony Forte, B.S. Huntington, N. Y. 

\aisil\ Basketball 2, if, 4; Var.sity Ba,s(4iall 2, 3, 4; 
,\l,,iioj;iani Clul. 2. :!, 4; Pi Ka|.|)a Alpha Fralernitv; 
I'hi Kpsilon Kappa ll..n..larv Fr.ateniil v. 



Jiflh niir: 

Walter Shear Foster, III 
George Wells Freeman 
Eugenia Thetus Funderburk 

C,,II,.K,. 



Winston-Salem 

Canton 

Matthews 

:!, 4; Christian 



i':.hi 



jih 



id Scl 



111. ;i. 4, \ ,\\ .A. 3. 4. 



Mary Jo Futrell, B.B.A. Bine I.eyel 

W HA I, 2; \ \)X\ 4; V.W.A. 1; Delta Ka|)pa Xu 
2 :; I. BicMdcnt 4; Summer School Choir; Summer 
SiIh.oI WCA; .Soi'ial Standards 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; 
SO B II 
Karl Ray Gentry Roxboro 

Robert William Gibby Hayesville 



hrsi rmr: 

Daniel Everett Gilbert 
Gene Glasco, B.B.A. 

Alpha SiKiln Phi. 
Arthur Walter Glenn 



Ronald Leon Coins, B.S. 

\\illj;alr Cill.Kr 1. 2; Mai 

James Lee Graham 
Southgate William Green 



Ihn.l ,„„' 

Claire Helen Greer, B.A. 

Dran's l.isi; Student riiluii Sii 

W li A ; SuiiniHT Srh..ul Clioir. 

Hugh Donald Griffin, Jr., B.A. 



Hraulorl 

iiK. Mi.h. 



Hisli Point 
'ials Conunittt'c; 



:,|.h. 
Pi K: 
niathi 



Pi, 



Ali.h: 



ill Pi 



Lolli.^Iturti 
I'lv.siih.iil; 
1 1; Phil..- 

Mln's \Vh" 

I lii .Aljiha 



in Anirn.'aii CnlLj;,'- aii.l P ni v,-i .Mt ic.-' 
•Phc'ta; I'lohniaii Diii-iitatic.ii Cummittw 

Joseph Glenn Grubbs, B.A. Winstun-.Sai 

Kappa Sigin.a; Fiv^hniaii Class President; Siipliomuic 
Class Vice-President; Junior Class Viee-Pi'csident ; 
Debate Team 1, 2, 3, 4: Pi Kappa Delta 2, 3, 4, Viic- 
President 3, 4; Chapel Speaker 4: Phi Literar\- Siiriet\- 
1, -2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, President 3; I.R.C. 2, 3; 
Fie.-hman Orieiitalimi ( '.iinniittee 2. :'.. 



In,,, lit ,„„■ 

Martha GuUick, B.A. Cliarlotti' 

SO, PH. 2. 3, 4; W.H.A. 2, 3; lOuzelian Piteraiv ,Snei(.t\ 

4: Y.D.C. 4; Delia Kappa Xu 4; "Student" Staff 4; 

HowLKR Staff 4; V.W.A. 2. 

David Warren Hadley l^nporia. \'a 

Robert Roydon Hale-Cooper WashiiiKtini. 1). (' 



fifth ro-j.-: 

William Alfred Hall, Jr., B.S. Rural Ha 

Pta SiKina i>lii 3, 4: Chapel Clioii- I, 2, 3, 4; Tnuiin 

Ch.iir 2, 3, 4 

John Crawford Hamilton, B.B.A. Hi. hninnd. V: 

Mary Priscilla Hamrick, B.A. Canto 

V.W ..\. 1, 2, 3, 1; W ,U..\, I ; P.T..\. I ; Strings 3, 4. 



Jerry Samuel Harding, B.B.A. Win.ston-Saleni 

Gayle Harmon Haikettstovvn, X. J 

Chiiivh ClH.il I; PirsLvteriaii Pelh.w.ship Group 1, 2; 

l).an-s l,i.~t 3; Ua.li,, Wmk.shop 3. 
Patricia Gay Harrell, B.A. Ahoskie 

Maj..iTll.. 1, 2. 3, 4; S.O.P.H. 3, 4; Creative Dance 

(.'hil. 1. 




45 



SENIORS 








Mk^M 




Hi si nil,- 

Billy Huel Hauser, B.S. 

Ka|,|.:, Mu l-,|.s.ln„. 


\Viiist,.i,-Sal,.m 


Kenneth John Phillip Hauser, Jr. Winston-Salem 

11 •■"'•- llistuiv iMMicrriitv -.',. 4; Hiinorarv German 

Ir,,icr„iiv :;, 4; (..ll,,;,. TlHMte.' 3; Delta Phi Alpha. 

Richard Doub Hauser, B.S. WestfieUI 


Mark Douglas Hawthorne 
Jo Ann Ha.yes, B.S. 

W I; .\ 1. .'; 'i U .\ 1. :;. i; 
Julian Franklin Heath, B.A. 

.SiKiiia Clii, .\,1'.(); Truck. 


UilniiiiKt,.!, 
Purlf-ar 
li.ta H,la B.ta 4. 

Liinisville, Ky. 


/////■./ mir: 




Emma Jane Hedrick 

W (;,.\ i:\(Tiitiv.'C..unril,.lu 
;!; 11, HIS,. I'lv.sident 4: Christi 
Clul. 2. ::. Otfi.Ti 4: 'l.W.V 
<.l (iin:uii.-^ts L'. :i. 4: \\'.K,.\ 
rn-.-^.l,..,,! Hrtival 4; 11., ii 

c.Mi.hi.t c,,,,,,,.,! :!; \ \)X\ : 
Lowell Wesley Hedrick, B.A. 

Simiia i'i,i i-;|i,Hi"ii, ii..u,H. Ma 

Bmh.I L'; I1..WI.KH; l'nive]>ilN- 
H.'in.l 


Raleigh 
ni..r Clas.^ lii'iHCM-ntative 
11 Educatiiin and SiTvice 
2. H, 4; .\melican (luild 
-', 3: B.S.U. Chairman „i 
.r Council 3; Women's 
: Strings 2, 3, 4. 

Gretna, Va. 
lager 4; Intramurals 3, 4; 
.1 Ki,-hm,.n,l liR.O.T.C. 


Phyllis Hedrick, B.B.A. 


Winston-Salem 


i„iulh ,„ir: 




Sherrill Ann Hege, B.S. 
Frances Grey Helms, B.A. 

■i IX' :;, 1, \i.t-I'i,.hJc.ii 


l.,AillKl„l, 

Cl,,rl.,ll,- 

1; IvT.\. 1, SUi,l,a,t 


.\sM>laill, IjlKllsli l),.|,:ull„rl, 

Mary Ada Hendricks, B.A. 

Ilalai 1. .', :',, 4; i:uzrli:,l, 1 
S..iKr:nil-:,t-.\i-ms. .S-cr.-lMl\ ; 
(mtiiiiii Clul. 4, 


4 

Wak,' Fon-st 
il.Tar\- S..,a,.n- 2, 3, 4. 
Phi Sigma |..la 3, 4: 


Ijllh ,,„!' 

Marcus B. Hester, B.A. 

Ilaiikni. SrlM,l,-,,>l,i|,:i. 1; 1),.;, 
Mph,',, CLaiilai.i 1; Sill. In, 1 


Hah.igh 
I's List 2, 3, 1: Pi Kappa 
\sM^laI,l in Phil,,s,,pl,v 


Robert Allen Hewett, B.B.A. 


(Iri'i'lisl.on. 


James Roy Higgins, B.B.A. 


C'lemmons 


sirlli mil- 




George A. Hill, B.A. 

(■:,!, ,|.I.,4I (■..II..U.. 1. -J: Mini 
l',.'>,.l,'i,l: ll..i„,r;ir\ ,S,„.i,.|y. 


Kinston 
tcrial CmlVrni,'.'. N'i.v- 
Pn'si,i,.i,l. 


Joan Lee Hill, B.B.A. 

S:,l,'l,l C.lk'H,' Tlansl,.!- 

Thomas Waddell Hill, B.S. 

K: .-, Mil I:|,mI,,ii Mall, 1 

Clul. 1; WKDl) .\ni,<.un,,M :t. 


Tl„,i,,asvill,> 

Ivist Flat Hock 
latc-niity 3. 4; Phy.-^iis 



Sukaliumi. Ind" 



Edward Gray Hine, B.B.A. 
Billy Gray Hinshaw, B.B.A. 
Peggy Taylor Hitchcock 



Philip Marcus Ho 

Jeaji Elizabeth Hobby, B.A. Carv 

FT A t; D.'lta Kajii.a Nil :i. 4: Choir 2, :i; Touring 
Choir Substitute 2; Euzelian Litenirv Socipt\- '6: 
S.O.P.H. 2, 3, 4: Cheerleade 
man Class Secretary: Junioi 
Ball Queen 1: Masn-lin c.tni H, i--, ■■. ii-.-iv. J :!, 
Maid of Honor :;. Mi-. 1 1- : ,.; h- i. i 1 \l -- ' , ..k 
Weeic 4; Dixie (1 i-i- 1: ••-.■, : i' h .,„ 
Girl 4: W.C.A Sm,.,-,,- ~u;,,;;,. : >. I, .>.; > --i ,:, rc,7, 
YW.A, 4; Thrativ I 

James Olen Hodges, B.A. Woodliury. N. J. 

i;ta .■^icnia Phi Honorary Classic Language 2. 8, 4. 
Presitlent 4: Phi Al[)ha Theta Honorary History So- 
ciety 4; Scabbard and Blade Honorary Military Fra- 
ternity 3. 4: Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4,' Touring" Choir 
3, 4; R.O.T.C. Rifle Team 1. 2. 3, 4; History Department 
Assistant 3, 4. 



//.„-,/ r,„r 

Mark Waitsel Hodges, B.B.A. 
Wilton Ottis Holliday, Jr., B.S. 



Betty Lou HoUifield, B.A. 

W li .\ . So,ial Chairman 2; \V.( 
4; Delta Kappa Xu; F.T.A 



Boon, 
Winston-Saleni 
riiit\ : Philoinathesiaii 
I Black": Clee Club 

Asheyilli 
A., Handbook Editor 
Y.W.A. 1. 2, 3, 4. 



Clark Mason Holt, B.A. 



:■!>: Inle 



Ben Lawrence Honeycutt, B.A. Cliffsi 

Sigma Pi .Vljiha Nbniern Languages Fraternity: 1 
Sigma lota Komaiice Languages Fraternity, Vii 
Pivsiilcnt 4: Fivnrh Drpartment Assistant 2, 3. 
V D.C 4. 

Iris LaRae Honeycutt, B.S. (a: 

Alpha Kpsiloi, D,.lta 2, German Club 1, 2. 



II h 



3. 4; 



Maurice Westbrook Home Whiteyille 

Barbara Elizabeth Horton, B.S. Charlotte 

Kappa Mil i;psilon: Math .X.s.'sistant : Strings: Y.\V..A.: 
\'.D,C.: W.ILA.: Howler Business Staff. 



siilh row: 

Sara Elizabeth Houser, B.S. Kings Mountain 

Maritimers Club 1: Choir 1: Baiul 2. 3, 4: W.R.A. 1, 2, 
3: Delta Kappa Xu 2. :{, 4: Student Union 3, 4: Kappa 
Mu i:p.^.l..n :'. t; sn P 11 :i, 4: Math Assistant 3. 4. 

Dock Ardell Huggins, B.B.A. High Point 

Roy Linwood Hughes, Jr., B.S. Charlottesville, Va. 
C.llege Theatre: "Old Gold and Black;" Howler; 
Chapel Choir, Vice-President, Touring Choir; Lambda 
Chi .\lpha, Secretary; I.F.C. President, Summer 
School. 




w^r Y^ ^^ 



SENIORS 



4" \ JU-' 




.A/-.W row: 

Judith Akers Hughey, B.A. 

Gerald Franklin Humphrey 
Joyce Leigh Humphries 



Deane Hundley, III, B.S. \V:,llaic 

Irilraniurr.K; Kappa Al|ilia Kralriuily 

Cornelia Jane Huskins, B.A. Liiiuir 

W K .\. I, J, :i, 1, Cn-Siirial Chairman 2, Vice-President 
H, Intianiuial MaiiaKri :j, President 4; S.O.P.H. 2, 3, 4, 
Presidi'Til 1: Cliaprl C'lioir 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3. 

Bruce Cabell Hutchison, B.B.A. Warrcnton, Va. 

I.aiiilida Clii Alpha; l.F.f. Social Chairman 3; I.F.C. 
Prc.M.lnit 1; Tna.-mcr uf Circle K Club 3, 4. 



Stephen LaMarr Ingram, B.B.A 

I', Kappa Ali.ha 

Carl Thomas Jarrell, B.S 



\\i 



■('..II 

Who's \Vh. 



Trallsir 



Phi 



Wach-slmro 
riieta Kappa at Wingate, 



Judith Elaine Jeffreys, B.A 

Kappa Mil 1 
2, 3; I'.W.A 
1, 2. 3, 4. 



Haw River 

2, 3, 4; Plii Sinma lota 3, 4; W.R.A. 

li Choir 2, 3, 4; B.S.U. 



f„„rlh ,„„■ 

John Erdmaji Jensen BloornHelil. X. J- 

Jerry Albert Johnson I.exinnton 

Mary Antoinette Johnson, B.A. Mount .\irv 

ninan CuiM 2, :!, I; 1|.i\v[.kh 2. :i, 1 



Terry Luther Johnson, B.B.A. 
Hillary Harriette Jones 
Nancy Hardwick Jones, B.B.A. 



Samuel David Jordan, B.B.A. Cliarlotte 

■Wayne Eugene Jordan, B.A. Tlmmasvillc 

.Sij,,„a I'hi i;p>iloi,, IVc-alcnt 4; Chapel Choir 1, 2; 

Honor ConiMil 3; Cli.r. Ica.lei 3; I'hi Si^ma Ida 3, 4; 

Cuvle K 3, Pivsi,l,-iil I; I Vi\ 3, Vic.-Pivsi.ient 4; 

l),.|,.p,t.> In XI C 3; II,.wi.Kn. Assistant lO.litor 3 
Frances Estelle Joyce .Mayo.lan 

Cantcrlinrv 1.2, :i, I; W H A I. 2, 3. I; W < I .\ , llon.s,- 

PresiilenI :;, \'irr-rn-,.lrnl I: ^' W A. 2. 3; .S ( J P II 

2, 3, 1, 4',assrl- :;, I, ■Who's Who" I; Honor Council 

3' 4,' .Secret ar\' 



48 



lir.-'l row 

Elizabeth Ann Julian, B.A. AnclnMiTi. S ('. 

Di'l.Hti. T.'ani 1,2; I'l Ka|ipM lMu> I. 2, :i; .S.n.il .Sl.n.d- 
ards Committee :i, 4; ( liieiilaliuii ('iiiniiiillie :!: Phi 
AlphaTheta4; J\T,A. :(, t. Vi,v l'rrs„i,.„i |. SUV II 
2, :i, 4; Young Democ-nits Clul.; -nl,! (I, ,1,1 :in.i l(l;iik" 
I; Y W.A. 1, 2. 

Lois Katzin \\iiist(i[i-S;ileiii 

I'lii Al|,lin Thetu :i, 4: (lerm:in Assisfml 4; W I{ A. 
I. 2. A. \. Talilc T.-iiiiis (■Iiiii.i|,i,.nslii|, (\V,,ii„,ii-si 2, :i 

Charles Herbert Keller, Jr., B.B.A. Liiiou 

Dell', Sij;iii,-i I'lil 2, :t, 4; D.lta Sigma I'l I, 2; S,-al,l)ar.l 
and HIacI,' :i. 4; Iiitraiiuiials 1, 2, :!, 4; Distiiigui.slie.l 
Military .Student 4; Dean's List 3, 4: B.S T. 



James Haywood Kennedy, B.A. Haliinli 

I'l Kappa Alplia I, 2. :<. 4: C'n.ss (•.,utiIi\ T.'arii I; 

(liit,l ■ Ti-a,-k I, 2; (I.Tnian Clul, I. :i, 4, 

Ronald Clayton Hester Spem-er 

John Wesley Kimball, Jr., B.A. Salisbury 
I'l Kappa Alpha. 



Ill ml n,w: 

Luther Dores Kimrey 

Anna Ruth King, B.A. 



\\'inston-Salem 



Fr,n,h Department 3; Church Choir 



William Lester King 



Paul Francis Kittinger, Jr. 
Wayne Carson Koontz, B.S. 



li.' 
:(. 4 



:i, 4. \i(<-l'i 



ident 4; I,: 



Asheboro 



,.la Chi Alph; 



Robert Benjamin Kupiszewski, B.A. 

I':ast Stroudsburg, I'u. 
SiKiiia Chi, S,-,r,.lar\ ; F,„,i ball : Scabbard and Blade; 
Distiiiguishe.l .\liliiar\ Student; K.U.T.C. Battle Group 
Staff; Dean's List. 



fijth rnw: 

Douglas Clifton Lackey, B.A. Statesyille 

Transfer from Mars IlilL 
Elizabeth Ray Lackey, B.A. Shelby 

Y \V,A. 1, 2. :i. 4; FT. A. 2. 3, 4; W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 

StiiriKs 2, 3, 4, Pivsiilent 4; Student Union Small Sorials 

Cnimitti.e 3; Ho\yi.KR Business Staff 3, 4. 
Timothy See-Yiu Lam, B.S. 

Kappa Mu l:psil,,ii; I'hy.sie.s Frate 

Relations Club. 



Hong Kong 



sixth row: 

Walter Richard Lang, B.B.A. Syracuse. \. Y. 

Alph.a Kappa I'si; Baseball; .Monogram Club; Xe\ymen 

Club; I'i Kappa Al|>lia. 
Herbert Allen Lanier .Magnolia 

Malcolm Keith Lanier, B.B.A. Ashi bon. 

Kappa Sigma 1, 2, ;i. 4. Treasurer 4; Intramural F(jot- 

hall 1, 2. 3, 4; K.D.T.C. I, 2, 3, 4. 




49 



SENIORS 





.<sv ^f. 



^^H^^^H^JH^^H^KffiAR HHI 









Marcus Sexton Lawrence, B.S. I niun, s ( 

B;in.i 1, ■-'; W'KDK :i; Hrta lirla II.'Im; Alpha i:|isil,i 

|).-lta: Kappa Mil i;psll,,ii 

Carl Davis Lawson, B.B.A. W inston-Salci 

Drlla SiKMia I'l :f. 1, \-i,'.-I'r,-M.lri,l 1 
Joseph Gray Lawson, B.A. ('liminuT 



Willa Lynn Leary, B.S. 

S(l I' II 2. I; Kappa Mil l•:p^ 



David Ainslee Lee 

Denver Hartford Lennon, Jr. 



Ihn.l low 

Betty Jean Liles, B.S. 

WiriLMlr Cnlli-K,. 1. 'J 



Charlntt 
4: I' W .\ 1. '. 



al.Ja ('In Alph 



Arthur Ernst Lippert, B.A. 



!,„irlh rmr 

Nancy Ann Wilhams Livengood 

Roy Gary Lopp 

Jerry Goldman Lovell, B.A. 

KalMia .^im.ia I. L'. :i. 4, (illanl 4; ^^ 



I. Ii 



1 , 1. ^^. 4 



Albert Henderson Lowdermilk, B.B.A. 


N'aldi'.^ 


Drita Sit;,„a I'l ii. 1 




Clarence Vergil Lyda, Jr. 


AshevilU 


Carl Raymond McCorkle, B.B.A. 

.Sigma Phi Kii-il.iri ; Alpli.a Kappa I'm :i. 
and Black" Staff :i; Yuui.i; n.'iu,..iais 1, ■. 


Charlotte 

; ■ohi c;,,i, 

, :',, ); Intra 


murals 1, 2, 3, 4, 




xuih r„i,- 




Elaine Montgomery McCrary, B.A. 

W l{ A ; ^"ul^ls; 1 ).>ni..ri al> ; .s d I' 11 


■r.arl...|-. 


Neil Davis McCurry 


Sl„4l,v 


Vernon Bentley McDaniel 


lirr,'nsl„,i. 



RS 



lirsl mil- 
Sue Ann McGahey, B.A. High I'niii 
Phi SignKi |..t:,; SlniiKs; Fn-n.h Assistant: W U A 

Whil.-.lark.t- 

Eleanora McGee Wiustun-Sah-r 

Clifton Ray McLaurin, B.B.A. Fayi-ttcvill 



MRtl 



Itdfkingliani 



Clarence Eugene McNair 

William Kenneth McRae, B.S. 

Neil Bruce MacLean, B.B.A. W iiiston-Sali'in 

Sigma Chi, \'ir,.-l'n'.i.i.'lit :>, F..,.tl.all 1, .'. A. 4. (\,- 
Captaiii i. .Miiiiogiaiu C'luh .'. X 4; Stuilcut Legislature 
4; Vice-President Senior Class; Oniicron Delta Kappa: 
•'Who's Who." 



Ihirii , 



Willis Crocker Maddrey, B.S. 



Roanoke Rapids 
Delta Kappa 4: 
Al|ih:i i:ii-il"ii D.lta J. 3. 4. Pre.sident 4: Beta Beta 
Beta :!. 4; ( iaimiia Sigma Ep.silon 3. 4; Alpha Phi Omega 
1. "J. 3: Freshman Orientation Committee 3. 4: "Old 
Gold and Black" Staff 4; "Who's Who": Chairman 
Major Functions .Student Union 4: Student Legislature 



Patricia Rose Malcom 
John Moore Mangum 



uril, 



Winston-Salem 
Pageland, S. C . 



Robert Clifton Mann, B.A. Bu.kroe Beach, Va. 

Peter Jonathon Manning, B.S. Hudson, .Mass. 

Footl.all 1, -', :i. t; Ba.seball 1; Baskethall 1: Track ■-•: 

Pi Kappa Alpha. 
Coleman Cain Markham, B.A. Durham 

.Mars Hill 1, 2. 



ftflh rnir: 

Walter Kenneth Marler, B.B.A. Xewton Grove 

George Alex Marsh, III, B.S. Charlotte 

Pi KaiHia .\lpha. \'ice-President : Wrestling: Monogram 

Clul.: R OTf. Drill Team. 
James Clyde Martin High Point 



siilh rmr: 

James Wilbur Martin, B.S. tireenslioro 

Guilford College 1. 2: Pi Kappa Alpha 3, 4. Hi.storian 4. 

Paul Vance Martin, B.S. lOast Bend 

German Clul.; .\lpha Phi Omega. 

Zeno Martin, Jr., B.A. Raleigh 

Kappa .\lpha. Corresponding Secretary 4; "Tennis 
Team :!. 4: .Monogram Club 4; "Old Gold and Black 
Staff" 4; Who's Who" 4: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket- 
hall Team Statistician '2, 3, 4. 




MM^ 




If— fii 

J, ^ 



S E N I O B S 



m 





P f) Q 






k^^ik 



Richard Francis Mason, B.B. A. I'.i.'.ninkr ( 'it\ \l,l 
Haii.l :i, I; Suiiimri- S.-h...,l Clicir; Al|,lr, Kapin I'm; 
(';iln|.l.rll ('..n.-t;.. 1. ■_• 

Martha Ann Wilhamson Matherly W insinii-Silirii 
l\ii|.|.,'i Mil l':|,silni, ■_', ;i, 1; All. In INl (liii.^K'. -', :t I 
llnH 1.1,1, Sl:ilT 1. L'; Slu.lrnt" Sl:.tT -', A: \\I''|)I) 1 

Rowland Lanier Matteson, Jr., B.S. iKinni 

S.uiii'i I'l.i I:|.mI..i, j. :(, 1. llisti.rin 1: K-ppa Mu 
i::|i.-ih.i, L', :■.. I: (iaiiuu:i SiKuui K|.sil..n 'J, :i, 4. Tn-iMiivi 
3, -4: llowi.tR Staff :!, 4. Busiii,-ss Manager 4; C'luMiiisliy 
Assistant 2. :i. 



Virginia Diane Mattoclcs, B.A. Jarksonvillc 

Ma,|..i,.||,. I, J. :i. 4, (',,-Cl,i,.| :i, 4; Band I, 2. :i; Vouiii; 

I).ni...iats :t: KT A t: ( inli,.sis Clul. 2, 3; S.O.l'.H. 

2. :i, I. Ilist,,iiaii 4; Dilla Kappa \u 2. 3, 4, 
George Franklin May, B.S. IJiancr 

SlKii.a l>l,l I'psil , 2. 3, 1; hilianuirals I, 2, 3, 4. 

Robert Joseph Mayberry, B.A. Winston-Salem 



lliinl rnir 

Gerald Wayne Medlin, B.B.A, 
Hilda Jean Melton, B.A. 

(■aiiipl.i4l Cill.^K.- I, 2; 1 ,\V.A, 3, 4. 
Eugenia Anne Melvin 



i\annapolis 
lidxboio 



In, nil, ,„„■ 

Frederick Thomas Merola, B.S. M..uiil Nirnun, .\ > 
Si(;nia I'l 1. 2. 3. I. \"hT-l>rrsi.lrnl 4. Ilniisr Manager 3 ; 
DraiiV l,i>l: hiliariiui-al Alhl.'ti.-s 

David William Metcalf, B.S. W instun-.Saliin 

Kappa Mu i:pHlun 3, 4; Srahliard anil Blailr 3, 4: 
rii\si,s Sn.irlv I; l.!ihnratory A.ssistaiit 3. 4 

Carlton Gleim Miller, B.A. Yailkinvilli- 



/,/■//, ,„„• 

Donald Burton Miller lainlnv 1, X .1. 

Mary Patricia Miller, B.A. Hainl.ii(l(;i\ (ia 

Mai> llill I. 2: Sliiii(;> 3, 4; I' 'I' A,. l'ivsi,li-iit 1; S.-rri- 

lai\ ..I Tiallir Boani ul Ap|.r.il.- 4, W H A. 3; W (I A 

3. I 
John Thomas Mills, B.B.A. Mmmsvilli' 

Thila {'111. I'lisiiliMll 4. lilisli Cliiiiniali 3, Tlvasiiirr 2. 

Bas.liall 1, 2: .Mmii.Kiani Clul.; Kivslnnaii Oniailatioii 

(■.inimilli-c; Inlramuial Atlilvtii>. 



.s/.r/A ,„„■■ 

Joseph Hodge Mims li; 

Gerald Edward Mitchell, B.S. \ ..uiii; 

M,inMm;iin Clul.. I)rh:i Simii.a I 'In; Ba^k,■l l.all ; Ti 

I'lu i:i-ii \:tpp:i 

David Sherrill Monk, B.B.A. W iiisi..ii ^ 

Drlla Slcina I'l 3, 4. rri'.M,!,.,,! I. 



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SENIORS 



David Lawrence Moore, B.S. 



Geraldene Edwina Moore, B.S. 



John Richard Moore, Jr., B.B.A. 



CliaiL.ttr 
Louisliurg 



seronH row: 

Kay Frances Moore, B.A. 

St> ]• H :;. 4. \\ 1! A I. J. F 
Robert Henry Moore, B.B.A. 
Daniel Norman Moury, B.S. 

Al,,l 



High Vi>int 
■h A-.i-1-uit 

W iiisti,n-Sal.-ni 

De Barv, Fla. 

President 3: Beta Beta 



Beta :i, 1. Kegiiinal \'iep-President 4; Gamma Sigma 
i;p.<,lu.,. 



/;,„./ r,„r 

Robert Franklin Mull, B.A. Lake Lure 

\l|.l,:i I'l.l lllllrt;a A. 1; Del.ale '2. 

John Clark Munn Camlur 

Karl Kinard Munn, B.S. Knek Hill. S C 

F...nl,all L -', :i, 4, Fie.shman Coaeh 5; Maritimers 

Cluli; IMii i;|.sil,.ii Kappa. Trea.^urer 4. Vice-President 

.'>; Mnnogram Club; Sigma Chi: Tumbling flub .5. 



Elwyn Gray Murray, Jr., B.B.A. W in.^Jtmi-.Salt 

Charles Alexander Muse Robli 

Julia Elaine Nance, B.A. Kannapc 

W .K..\. 1. .'; I'll! Alpha Theta 3, 4. Seeretarv 4; I 

Sigma lota 3. 4, Secretary -Treasure]- 4: Choir 2. 3. 

Touring Choir 3- 



Jiflk r„„- 

Donald Lee Nanney Forest ('it\ 

Harry Vernon Nelson, Jr., B.B.A. Huntersville 

Kappa Sit;rua: Tennis Team _'. 3. 4: Monogram Club 



i 
Jerry Wayne Odom 



Tarpon Springs, Fla. 



sull, r,„i 

Martha Lane Kiser Odom Kmporia. \"a. 

James Murray O'Neal Weldon 

Nathan Frank Orovitz, B.S. .\sheville 

Kappa Mu KpmImii :!. 3. 4: Alpha Epsilon Deha 2, 3, 4; 

I'hvsies Club 4. 




P at/- iy 

iMTMk 




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SENIORS 








^^ 








Rae Carroll Padgett, B.S. 

M:ms IIiII (',,11,.^,. 1, _>; |i,.la li,.|;i Brta H 


Charlotte 
4; Biology 


William M. Paris, Jr., B.S. Graham 
S,:,l,l,anl ami liUuk-; Uislingui.sli.-a Military Student; 
H.OTC Battle Group E.xecutive Officer; 3rd Armv 
Kcs.Mvi' Ccrps Medal; Math Assistant; Choir ;i; 
Dean's List. 


Arthur S. Parker, Jr., B.S. Cam 

■■Studeiil" Staff :i; Mairlii.K IS .'. :i, 4;(;enn. 


liridge. .\Id. 
nClul. 1.2. 


s,,„N,l niif 

George Allen Parker, B.A. Wasliii 
D.l.al,. Team; f'i Kappa f>ltu; fiiainalics 
< '..iil.i.'ii.i>; Cliri.stian lOduration ami ,'<i> 
Mi>s Cliaiinuin; Intramurals 


gton, D. C. 
.Ministerial 
yiee Cluli, 


Alonzo Parrish, III 


Benson 


Millard Benton Parrish, Jr., B.B.A. Lan 

r, K,.,|,|,.M Al|,l,:, 


aster, S, C. 


//.;,,/ ,,,„■ 




Carolyn Faith Paschal, B.B.A. 

lielta Kappa \u 2. .3, 4; WW A 1. J, \i 
:s, 4; F.T.A. :{, 4; Big Sister 2; Slrinus 2, :f. 
Staff 1, 2, :i; Religion A.ssistajit. 


( Ireenshoro 
e-President 
4; Howler 


Wade Hampton Paschal, Jr., B.B.A. 

SiKliia I'hi l':psllnri; .Sral.l.al.l and HI: 


Siler City 
le: Young 


Elwood Cox Peele, Jr. 

Choir 1, 2; College Theater 1; "Hid Col.l 


Burlington 
.11,1 Black" 



I'Mitor :i; Sigma I'i 1. 2, :t. 4. 



Glain Sherrill Pennell 

Ronald Augustus Peterson, B.A. 



Betty Susan Phillips, B.A. 

W H .\ ; IvT A , Seeielal 



apolif 



Dayle Kelley Phillips, B.S. W inston-Salem 

Sri, 1,1, l„tiai„,iral Maiiag.M; I'hi lipsiLin Kappa. 
Jackie David Phillips \\ inston-Salem 



William Rufus Phillips, B.S. 



\\i 



I'MSI,, 



,'lh 



I'l, 



James Hardin Philpott, B.B.A. 

Dilta Sigma I'hi, Aetiyitii's Cliairn 
.\rnis :i. Treasurer 4; .\lplia Kappa 
hitiamurals 1, 2, :<,. 4; 'Old Cold 
William Ronald Pleasant, B.B.A. 



Bas.sc.tt, Va. 
n 2, Sergeant-at- 
'si; Band 1, 2, 3; 
1.1 Black" 1. 

Angler 



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** "^ ^« •* "i^ ^* "4 ^! 



hrsi nnr 

Janie Dale Poole, B.S. Thuina-viUi 

Sludelit lA•^;l^l■^tlll.■ 4; WXl.A, 4, Social Standards 
Chairman; B.S.U. Couni-il 3, 4; Y.W.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, State 
President 3, 4; W.U.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Christian Education 
and Service Cluli 1.2: Tassels 4. 

James Sheeley Pope, B.B.A. Salislmrv 

'I'hcta Ch. 

Janice Mae Priode, B.A. Haniscmlmrt;. \ a. 

W.G.A. Cuun.il. llnusc I'ir.-.i.lcnl :i. I'residcrit 4; 
W.R.A. 1, 2. 3. 4. Scrrcfii \ 2; Student riiinn, Serretarv- 
Treasurer 3; Student Bodv .Scielarv 4; l.esisiiilure 4; 
Honor Cwncil 2; Plu Sigma luta 3. 4: I'lu .Upiia Theta 
4; Tassds; Howlkr I. 2: Wesley Fuuudation. Secre- 
tary 2; "Who's Who." 



Dottie Gene Privette, B.A. Zebulon 

1)1 gin Cuild 2, 3. 4: Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; S.O.P.H. 

2, 3, 4; H S r 1. 2: Student I'liion 4: Social Standards 
Suniniei School l',i.->S; llou^e Piesiileiit. Summer of Ulofl. 

George Blackburn Pruden, Jr., B.A. Raleigh 

Kuzeliaii Liteiarv .Societv 1, 2. 3. 4, Treasurer 2. Presi- 
dent 3; B.S.I", i. 2. 3. 4, Vice-President 3; Phi Alpha 
Theta 3, 4, Pre.sident 4; Student I'liioii Film Committee 

3, 4; I.R.C. 3, 4; "Old Gold and Black" Staff 4: College 
Band 1, 4; History Assistant 3. 4; I.il.iaiv Assistant 
1, 2, 3. 

Arthur Jackson Pryor, B.B.A. Winston-Salcm 



thini row: 

Gayle Edward Ramsey, B.A. Brevard 

r.X.C ; Y MCA ; V.D.C.; Wake Forest; Freshman 
Track; Cio- (imitiv Team 2; Booster's Club; Scab- 
hard aihl Hlol. Pill Alpha Theta, Phi Sigma Iota, 
Intenriiioir.l H.^lmons Club. 

John EUyson Ramsey, Jr., B.B.A. Bassett, Va. 

Band I. 2: Diuni Majoi .'; Al|.ha Kappa Psi 2, 3, 4, 



Robert Roy Redwine, B.A. Charlotte 

B S V . Ijilistnieiii CliiiiiiKin 3, President of Christian 
Fducaiion and Snvicr ('lull 4. Ministerial Conference; 
Student Union; Freshman Baseball. 



foialh w,r 

John Frederick Riley, B.A. Sjiencer 

Sigma Chi, \"irr-Pi,.Mdciit; Intramurals. 
George Delano Ritchie, B.S. Chaltarov, W . \'a. 

Bask.-tliill; Monogiim Clul. President; Pi Kappa 

Alpha; Phi Kpsilon Kapi.a 
Frank Welborn Robertson, B.B.A. Pilot Mountain 



fiflh rnw: 

John Terrell Rogers, B.B.A. Ijaurinliurg 

Sion Chester Rogers, Jr., B.B.A. Klizabethtown 

Frederick Strickland Rolater, B.A. 

.Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. 
B.S.r. Devotional Vici-President 3; Wesley Foun- 
dation; Kappa .Mu Epsilon; Delta Phi Alpha; Phi 
Alpha Theta; (lennan Club. 



■ixlb 








Shelb' 



Ray Harold Rollins 

James Douglas Lewis Rose, B.S. \\iiistoii-.Salem 

WivMliiigT.aiii; High Point College Tran.sfer. 
Jimmy Wilford Ruse Charlotte 




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SENIORS 




Barbara Anne Safriet, B.A. KannHpnlis 

Swi'.'tli.'iirt of SiKiiiu Chi :i: MaJDivll,. I, 2, H. Co-Chief 

1; Stririn> -', :i. 4; ( )r.h.-si>< Dal Clul, 1. 2, :V, Magnolia 

C.uit :i. Weslniiiisli-i K.-liowship I; FT.A. 4. 

Barbara Jeajiette Sain, B.S. Hildehrun 

W li A 1. 2, :(: (;.ii,ian Clul. 2, :>; Kappa Mu Kpsiloii 
2. 3, 4 

Carolyn Dickson Sapp W iii.-ton-.Salcni 



Donald Owen Schoonmaker, B.A. lluntniKton, N. Y. 
DrliaP' Trai,, 2. :i, 4; l>i Kappa l).4ia: hitiamurals 
2, :■;, 1: laizrhaii l.it,Tar\ .'^...■a-tv 2. :(, 1, l'l.•^i,lent 3; 
iNli-liiatlunal Ui-lalajli.-i CUuh 2, li, 4, Vi,i-l'rcsldent 4; 
( )inicron Delta Kappa. Secretary -Trea.surer : Men's 
Honor Council 3; Student Body President 4: "Old 
Cold and Blaek" Staff 2, 3, 4; "Student" 3, 4; "Who's 



Hiooklvii, X. Y. 



Who." 

Lewis Joseph Schwartz, B.S. 

Thc-la Chi. Historian, First Cuard. 
Patricia Mae Scott, B.A. Durham 

Delta Kappa \u 2. 3. 4; WFDD W.irkshop 3: W FDD 



III ml ,-mr: 

Patricia Loretta Sechrist 

Mais Hill C.IIeK,. 1, 2; 1' 
Sonal Slalidalds Coiiun 
W H A 3, 4 
Bruce Willingham Seller 
Hessie Lou Severt, B.A. 

W K A. 1, 2, 3. 4. .Seoiv 


B.S. \A'inston-Salem 
Iv .Majors' Cluh, President 4; 
ttee 3, 4; liitramurals 3, 4; 

, Jr. Hamlet 
West Jefferson 
ary-Treasurer 4; F.T.A. 3. 


li.urlh mu-- 

Judith Gray Shaw, B.A. 

Westinnistel Fellowship 1, 2; \Un 
I'hotoKlaphv Co-l':dilor :'.; Slriiics 3 

Robert Branson Sheets, Jr., B.B.A. 

Edith Leduska Shepherd, B.A. 

Mars Hill 1, 2; Chapel Choir; Toi 


Siler Cilv 
I.ER Staff 2, 3, 4, 
4 

Lexington 

Mars Hill 

ring Choir; Organ 



fijlh ,,•„-: 

Sarah Gay Simerson, B.A. .Norfolk. \ 

Mars Hill Coll,. lie 1. 2; K.sr. :(, 4; Chnsliaii Kducalr 
and Seivie,. Clul, ;;, 4, Se.artarv 4; V.WA. :i, 4, Doi 
I'lrsi.lnit 1; ]iM,,ster's Clul. 3; W I(,,\. 3, 4. 

John Westley Simpson Hicko 

Patsy Meares Singletary Winslon-Sali 



xixlh r,M-- 

Barbara Ann Smith, B.S. .M esville 

Y.W.A. I, 2; W.R.A. I, 2. :i, 4; 'I'ounn Democrats 
Clul. ;i. Kappa Mil i:|isiloii 2, 3, 4; F.T.A :t, 4. 
Frances Leila Smith Morganti.n 

Harvey Carlton Smith .New Bern 



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Jackson Bruce Smith, B.S. 



\|,.U1,I l|nl|\. N .1 

Tram I: liHniliiurals 



Kermit Wayne Smith, B.A. NchIhh 

\w\>\a SiKiiKi; liiliTiiali(Mi:'.l li.'lilioiis Clul.. \'i.'c- 
I'lvsi.lnit; Si"il.l.Mi.l aiul \»:uir. V,,uiiK I)cm..,rMls; 
Iiiti-Hr:it,.iiiilv Cniiri.il; ■■\Vli..'s Wli,,;" Oiiiicrcui ]h-\<:< 
Kappa; Stuilciit riii,.ii; Ca.lct Hattli. (lioiip C.in- 
niaii.in : liaiikii.V S.li..laisliip; I'liilcniallH^siaM i.it.Tar.\ 

William Dwight Smith, B.S. Fuquav Spiiiins 

Sigma I'l.i i:p.<il.,i, 1. J, :;, I. Ilisi.iiKiii :i. Viie-l'ifsidcMt 
4; HuWLER Staff :i, t'n-l:.litoi (; Hand 1 : Sral.harii and 
Blade; Kappa Mu Kpsi,,!,,,,. WhuV W 1„, " 



.ttrnn.i row: 

Wilton Ray Smith, B.B.A. Winsii.Ti-.'^al.iii 

Wallace Clayton Snipes SuipMuivilli' 

Ruth Ellen Sorrell, B.A. .X.lsmi, \a. 

Christian Ivliiiatiou and Service Cluli 1, 2, 3. Trvasuicr 
■-'; Orpiii (iiiild :{, 4; B.S.U., Vesper Committee 2, :i: 
V.WA.; \V.H..\.; Euzelian Mteiarv .Societv; Delta 
Sigma lnta;Toiiiii.K rh.iii 



Rayford Michael Sowell 
Ronald Burton Sparrow 
James Robert Spoon, B.B.A. 



fo;rlh row 

Donald William Stafford, B.B.A. \\'inst,,n-Saliiii 

Alplia Kappa IN. _', :',. I. (lltMrr :i. I 

William Scott Stamey, B.B.A. Ta\ Imsville 

Hand; I nl,-i ri.al ional lirlalii.ns CluK; Alpha IMii Omega. 

William Earl Stanley, Jr. ("lemmoiis 



fiflh row: 

Charles Michael Steadman, B.S. Mooresville 

l,iiiil..la (In .Mplia. Pivsid.-ni; .\lph.i I'ln (imega 3. 4; 

Cn-,!.' K Clnl. 

Horace Dean Steadman, Jr. Hc.ikingliam 

Dale Oren Steele W iiist..n-Salein 



Jerry Joe Stephenson, B.B.A. Snuthfi.l.l 

Russell Lee Stephenson, Jr., B.B.A. \\il-ii>ii 

Stndrni l.r^i^lalmc I, L'; Hand I; I'l Kap|,a .\lpha; 

I'V.^linnn (liirnlalion ( '..innnt lee; flivir K 
Charles Hadley Stevens, Jr., B.A. \\ inftiin-Salian 

Delta Sigm.i Hi _>, -A. 4. \i,a-l>i,.si.l,-nl 4. 




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iPMM^Hm 



SENIORS 





WdiM^h 




William Penn Haney Stevens, Jr., B.A. 

(-'hatham. X. J. 

Sisma I'i 1, ■>. .i. 4; A.IM) I, J: Stiuli-iit Legislature 2; 

Wesley Frmntlatioii 1. J, :i. 1; WFDD Antiouneer 3; 

Stuileiit Union ('i)mniilii'e :; 
Helen Marie Stinson, B.S. Hamseur 

i;ai.lnr,-\\,.|,l, I, J; HS|- I. ■_', :;. 1: V \\\A. 1, 2, 

Srnvlaiv 2; I-' T A 2; .■^iKli.a I'i Alplia 1, 2. Viee- 

i'l.Mil.m 2; MM* 2: ('liii>ii:,n i;,lu.-ati,,n and Serviee 

l'lnl> I 
Jackie Benjamin Strum, B.S. Hoxliuro 

l.ilM:,r\ Staff:!, I, 1)1 Km I lull. I 4; FT.\. 4; X C. State 

1, 2. :i; Hd.TC, at X. C State 1, 2 



James Robert Swaflord, B.A. Wmstc.n-.Salei 

( lal-.|liel-\\ rl,l, 4'l:..i-.lri . ( ,;, , 4 iirr -W rl ,1 , 4'la.-k 4'ean 



.\| Ki.'till ( luK. 1 ll.rllrHlrl \|l||| 

at Wake I. M-1 \liiii-l,.n;,l I nnl.', 
HS|- iMniM.!,, l'a,llr,|,;,l,Mn 


l.ll; 1 Cintrlvnre; 
■tir,.. Inliaiuinal.-^: 


Charles Lewis Tanner, B.A. 

\lai- llill .Minislc-ilal ( '..nlen.n. 
Srneta.A . HS r I'lvM.l.ait; Don, 
Furest .\Iiiiist..iial Cnnlnvii.'e, Tr, 
B.S.U. t'.iiiiinl. Ii.lraniii.aK 1, 2, 
Athletie C.inir.l 1 


Charlotte 

• \ icc-l'resident. 

Cliaplain; Wake 

asui.i, i'li'sident; 

:i. 4; Intiammal 


Frederick Monroe Tate, B.A. 

i;er:i,;ir, C'hil, 1, 2; l'e.>liiiii; l!iHe> 


F<..est Citv 
2. :■',. 4 


////,,/ ,„if 




Jane Anne Thompson, B.A. 

Opi'ia 1 ; ( 'lmr.4i 1 1 1. :;: ( '..Ikri- 

|ie|.iirtineiil AsMMarit :'.: I'lii Simula 
I'i Alplia :;, 1; (l.aniaii riiil, 


Dobs, ,11 
■li.'irif, 4: Fn-nch 
lilt a H, 4; Sigma 


John Earl Thompson \ 
Albert Glenn Thornton, B.B.A. 


Vlllr Hearl,, S C, 
Clint, .,1 


/■„,„-//. n„r: 




Carmean Tribble, B.A. 


Tallal,a.-see, Fla. 



.\.|llall.- I4ul. 1, 2. ;;, .Mud. Til Kali... Cluli 1: C.illege 
44i.,.li.' 2, S(l 1' II ; 'I lie , IT A 
Saundra Reata Tucker, B.S. Badin 

Cliap.4 Ch.iir 2; Clini.li Ch.iii I; I'lii Sigma l.ita 3, 4, 
.S..,i.4al\, Tl.'asui.-l, I'l.M.l.nl; Kappa Mil lOpsihjn 2, 
:;. 4; Sigma I'I l;pMl..n 2; "l W .\ 1. 2, :i, 4: W.K.A. 
I, 2, :;, I, S..irlarv. Ti.-aMii.-i ; F T A I, 2, :!, 4; Fren.-h 

ll.'paillll.'lll .\^M^t: 111: ]h-.,u's List 

James Thomas Turner, B.A. Hi. 11111111111, Va. 

(il.l C.ild aii.l Hla.k" 1. 2; WFDD I; l.aiiil,,ia Chi 
-Mplia 1,2, :i, 4. I'l.^.^i.l.ail ,111, i Hll,-li Cliaiinian ; I'eishing 
Illti.-s 2, :f. 4, A.liutalit; S.-al.l.anI ali.l Hlade :!, 4, 
I'l.-^i.l.'iit; (Imi.a.ili l).4la Kappa :!, 4, NLv-Pivsidi'lit ; 
Slii.liait C.iv.Tiim.'iit :(, I; Stii.li^iil B.i.h' Treasurer; 
Cir.le K Chill :i, 4 



llflli lull- 

Thomas Ray Vaughan, Jr. H.ukv Muunt 

James Raymond Vaughn, B.S. Kaniiapulis 

Bobby Dean Wagoner, B.A. Ilaiiipi.invilli- 

H.iii.l I, 2, Cull. .111 \liiii>t.aial C.inler.-ii.'.- 1, 2. :',, 4 



Jennings Lee Wagoner, Jr., B.A. \\ iii>t.in-.Salem 

M:.i- Hill C.ill..g,- 1, 2: Kapp.a Sigma, Cliard; Alpha 

I'hl II ga 

Charles Thomas Waldrop, B.A. Fml Cai.s.in, Cul. 

D.l.ii.' I: WI'liD 1; lil.l C.il.l ami Black" 2, 3; 

S.al.l.ai.l ami Hk..l.>:;, I; HSF \'i.'.-l'i-esident 4. 
Luther Walker, B.S. Fayetteville 

.\ I'll :f. 4; ■! D (' :t 



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• « •! m^ m^ -* -* mi 



JirsI rmr 

Grace Marie Wallace, B.A, Klizalieth Citv 

F T A ; W H A ; \ W A : WFDD, 
Hugh Emmette Wallace, B.B.A. Ho kv Mourji 

Al|ili-, K:l 1 I'<1. Tiv.-Ulrr ?,. I'l rsi.lfril 4, 

Eddie Roy Walters, B.A. Blaelpiilidni 

liii.M..ti..i,,l R.l.iiMn-. Ckil, :i. A: Chapel Choir 1. 'l. 
.;. 1 r..un.if; (I, ...I ;;. l; .Upha I'lii Omega National 



iiit\ -I 



George Thomas Ward Ashevilli" 

Fred William Wardlaw I'lainfit-lil. X. .) 

Al|ilii SiKiua I'hi: Marilimi-is: (tl.l C.ia ami Black," 

Barbara Cornwell Warlick, B.A. RaituKl 



Ihinl ,,„r 

Charles Leonard Warwick 
Eleanor Anne Watkins, B.A. 



:itT J, 



tl.iii A^>i>talil 4. Chili.-I M.. 
1'. 4 
Wendell Kay Watkins 



,.1 ail.i lil'irk' Hll>ilH'>S 

uzati..,, -2. :;. 4; l!,-Bl^tla- 
Inr 4: l.lhrarv Assistant 

Wiiiston-Sak-m 



Paul Virgel Watson Cliaih-siui.. \\\ \'a. 

James Haska Webb, Jr., B.A. CImilipttc 

Kappa Sit;iiia; I'.i-liint; KiH,-s; V.D.C.; I.R.C. ; WFDD; 

I'hllMiH.-thrsiali 1.11, -larv Siici.'ty, 

James Randolph Welborn \\ insiou-.Sak'm 



tiflh mil- 

Sylvia Jones German Wellborn, B.A. 



Bn 



James Opie Wells, Jr., B.B.A. Bn-vaul 

WFDD Staff 1. 2. :?. 4. Station .Manager 3; Publications 
Board 3; Camma Sigma F^psilon; Alpha Kpsilon Delta; 
(Jmicion Delta Kappa; R.O.T.C. "Minute Man" 

Mclal Hl.-,7; Bali.l I. 'J. H, 4. 

Jerry Wayne West, B.B.A. Win.ston-Salcm 

.MniKiKiam Clul., Treasurer 4; Kappa Sigma. Treasurer 
.i. Vi<e-I'resi,lent 4; Scalil.ar.l ami Bla.le Militarx 
Society, Vice-President 4; Basel.all 2. :i. 4. 



Anne 
Anne 



Betty 

Ban 
Sch.: 



Morrison Wheless, B.A. Luuisburg 

Adelaide Whicker, B.A. China (liovr 

Siiim, bita :;, 4; Honor Council 4; Howler Staff 
'Ir.ti.ciq.lix i:dit..r 3. Co-Editor 4; Publicatic.ns 
1.1 I: (iiieiifti..,, Cummittee 4; "Who's Who" 4: 
^eU 4; Strings |. 2. :{. 4 

Ray Whitaker, B.A. Vnung.sville 

d 1, 2. :',; HiinLER 2, .i, 4; Strings 2, :i, 4; Summer 
>ol House President. 





^Mi 




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SENIORS 







liial iiiir: 

Glen Love White 

Ralph Leon White, III, B.B.A. 

I>.1I:l Slum:. I'l 
Raymond Henry White 



L-iurinliili-K 
\Viiist..]i-,S„liMn 



Millison Anne Whitehead, B.A. Muilri'i'shom 

V lie :;; llumi,,, Smff 1: ('l,i|„.| M,„iitc,i' 2, ;i. 4; 
i:iit;li>l, AsH>ia.il ■_■. :;, 4; ■■(>l,| (!„l,i and Ulark" Staff; 
Stihiriil IriiMr, ('.,i,r,-it Cnniruillcr H; Hand 1, 2; 
'l -W A I. J, :;. 1; S.i.ial .■^tan. lards :i, 4: .S.O.l'.H.; Phi 
AlpliaTlipta; W I! A I, J. :i; FT. A. 1. 2, 3, 4; B.S.U. 1. 

Carelton Alexander Whiteside 

i:diii"iiti.ii. Allierta. Canada 

Marshall Winston Wiggins ■^iniiigsvillc 



//,/,</ r,,ir- 

Frank Eugene Wilhelm 

Hildreth Floyd Wilkins, Jr., B.S. 

i.irnli.la I '111 \l|.iia, l'.a~ri ,all I, III 

John Lewis Williams 



f,„nih rnu- 

William Joseph Williamson 
Edward Tyree Wilson 

I'l K;.|i|ri Alpha 

Ray Marshall Woodlief, B.S. 

I'liuirl, Clr.n I: liiind J; V.n 



i-Salem 
i-Salem 



(;..s.E, 



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hflh nw 

Patricia Woodward, B.A. Xmili Wilkrshdin 

Collrnr 4'llralrr I,-',:;. LAIpIri I'sid Ka 'J. if, Si'Clv- 

laiA I; II..W1.I.K I: ■I'll: Sliid.ail" :',; ■Old C.ild and 

HI-M-k" 4; \' DC I; lOuzcliaii Litciarx' S.jcii-tv 4; 

I'.T.A. 4; H..S.r. 1,2, :!, I; B.T.r. 1,2, W, V.W.A. 1,2, 3. 
Carolyn Lee Yow, B.A. Uilmingtoii 

\\ l; A I, 2, :;, I: K4' A 4. 
Dewey Blake Yokley W iiisl.in-Salnn 



Edwin Ogburn Young, III 

Hans Ulrich Zieten Bnlii 



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JUNIORS 



James Edwin Abercrombie 


Jarksonville. Fla. 


Gerald Leon Adams 


High Point 


Joseph Rudolph Adams 


Norfolk. Va. 


Robert N. Adams 


Clayton 


Aquilla Sugg Albritton 


8now Hill 


Janice Lee Allen 


.Mt. (iilcad 


Robert Miller Allen 


( 'harlot tc 


Harold Mack Anders 


Ashevillf 


Claudia Gwendolyn Arrowood 


Ash.-villc- 


Charles Brantley Aycock 


\\al.-t,.iil,iirt; 


Ellis Lewis Aycock 


Clold..^horo 


Robin Willie Ayers 


.\rarat, Va. 


Donald Forrest Bailey 


C'liffsicl,. 


Franklin Boyd Bailey 


Williamston 


Anne Townsend Baker 


Clinton 


Arthur Napier Baker 


Elkridge. M.i, 


Mikal L. Barnes 


Win.'Jton-Salem 


James Edward Baucom 


Oxford 


William R. Beattie 


Shelby 


George Manley Bell, II 


Ft. Pierce. Fla. 


Alvon Max Beverly 


Pahokee. Fla. 


Dot Bishop 


Springfield. \'a. 


Thomas Reid Blackburn 


.Mooresboro 


David Horton Bland 


Charlotte 


Saraljm Blanton 


Shelby 


Warren D. Bloodsworth, Jr. 


Princess .\nne. Md. 


Carlton Gene Booker 


CJreensboro 


Claud Davis Bowen 


Greensboro 



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Jo Anne Bradley 


Sylv:i 


Nancy Louise Bradshaw 


\\iii,iii,Kl"n 


John Frank Bragg, Jr. 


ll\r..r.l 


Daniel Ray Brandon 


(•r-nliirrt.,11 


Nancy C. Breedlove 


HiixIkHO 


William Preston Brian, Jr. 


I'allii.lalc, Cnlir. 


Robert L. Bright 


XfWt..,i 


Jo Ellen Brooks 


OrcciLslioro 


Nancy Lee Brooks 


IIikIi I'oiiil 


James Morton Brookshire 


Wilistnn-S^illMl, 


Barbara Jean Brown 


Rose Hill 


Jerry Young Brown 


Mars Hill 


Robert Stuart Brown 


C,n-i-ns\«m, 


Victor Emanuel Brown, Jr. 


\Villianis(,,ii 


Charles George Bruens 


Xcu V.M-k, X. V, 


Glenn Allan BryaJit 


llinrsvillr, (ia. 


Asa Howard BuUard 


Fayrtlcvilli- 


Augustus Merriman Burnes 


Hoxhoi., 


Arch D. Bynum 


Bla.lriil.uK. 


Robert Jasper Cain 


niiit<,n 


Walter James Carney W il 


iiii.Kl"!, MaiH.r. Drl. 


Margaret Ann Carpenter 


Cliarlcilti' 


Allan Heath Cash, Jr. 


Clialiiitli' 


Joe B. Chambers 


C'lii.'kamaUKa. da. 


Tommy Chambers 


\ViIl^l..ll-Sal,■lll 


Joe Brown Chandler 


Kayrlti-villr 


Charles W. Chatham 


Clrcliwic-h, Ciliii. 


Marion Ruby Cheek 


Spada 



66 



JUNIORS 



Dan McNeil Church 
Coleman D. Clarke, Jr. 
Orrin William Clifton 
Linda Goldenberg Cohen 



George Frank Cole, III 
Jon Nelson Coley 
Boyd Franklin Collier 
William Avery Collins, Jr. 



Charles Thomas Colonna 
Lela Faye Coltrain 
Carl F. Colvard 



Harold Lee Dale 
James Calvin Daniel 
William Hampton Davis 
Barry Lord Davison 



Donald Ray Dawson 
Robert Edward Day 
Bobby Worth Doub 
John Louis Dupree 











.-^alisl.Hiv 
Wi'st Jcffcr.M,.i 



Hubert Clegg Cooper, Jr. Washington, D. ('. 



Alexander McAlister Council W iuf^tipii-Saliin 

Stephen Kirkman Creech I\in>t"ii 

Newland K. Crocker Srlrna 

Vernon Ray Grumpier flintim 



Richard Frederick Curlee \Vinstiin-.Salem 

Anna Ruth Current Ta\ lorsville 

James Carl Cutter ( Jrovir C'ily. Calif. 

Peter Frank Cuttino, Jr. Tnwson. Mil. 



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JUNIORS 

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Sidney Smith Eagles, Jr. 


W.-ilstonlnirR 


Angela Frances Earp 


AT.Rl.r 


Emily Rebecca Edwards 


M.MKanfon 


James Robert Edwards 


Cant, 111 


Judith Ward Ellingham 


( 'Ipmnions 


William Larry Elliot 


Burlington 


Billy Wayne Eudy 


All5(.'marle 


Dan Ruffin Everhart 


Lexington 


Francis M. Fenderson, Jr. 


Prtrrslmrg, Va. 


William Clardy Fennell 


Wilmington 


Landis Bernard Ferrell 


Hali'igh 


Donald Bruce Filer 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Norma Diane Finlayson 


Charlotte 


Fred Allen Flowers 


Rofky Mount 


Myrtis Louise Floyd 


Wilmingtuii 


Gilbert Leroy Frank 


( Jrrenshoro 


Mary Elizabeth Freeman 


Salisbury 


Samuel Kern Freeze 


China (irove 


Eugene Bryant Funderburke 


lii.hiiK.nil. Va. 


Isaac Gerald Futrell 


Lucama 


Reuben Andrew Gainey 


Clinton 


Jerry Lyn Galehouse 


Doylestowii, Ohio 


George Walter Gardner 


.Suffolk, Va. 


Mervin James Garrison 


lOaf^t Bciiil 


Elizabeth Ann Garrott 


Fukiioka, Japan 


Bobby Lee Garwood 


Wiiislon-Salcm 


James Melvin Geiger 


(livMi.slKini 


James Edward George 


Clornniiins 






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Sandra Ann Gibson 
Frank Cover Glenn 
Kenneth Elbert Glover 
Majvin Loran Gold 



Jerry Lee Goodman 
James Franklin Graham, Jr. 
James Leo Green, Jr. 
Joseph Carmon Greene 



Jane Hamilton Greer 
Sondra Jean Griffin 
Jerry Bradford Grimes 
Lloyd William Gross 



Wayne Bruce Hamilton 
John Russell Hamlin 
Edward Arnold Hammonds 
Delores Lee Hampton 



Kenneth Gerald Hampton 
Irvin Rivers Hanson, Jr. 
Charles Anderson Harmon, Jr. 
Elliott Eric Harrell 



Edward Jeffrey Harrell 
Mrs. Willie Lee Harris 
Alley Linwood Hart, Jr. 
Thomas Edward Hartman, II 



Alvin Hunter Hartness 
Glenda Faye Hartness 
Frank B. Haskell, III 
Jerry Norman Hass 



Uo,kinKli: 



(Iri-at ,\r(k. \, Y. 



WiiBliingtoii, I), (' 



Spriiis, M,l 



.\e« Castle. Pa. 




JUNIORS 

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JUNIORS 





WMMiMm 



Thomas Stephen Hatchell 




I.Uilll,rll,,n 


Marshall Hayes Hatley 




C.r.c.ni 


Paul Gray Hauser 


W 


n.-.|..ii-S;ilciii 


Ann Thompson Hedgpeth 




I.iinil.rrt,,,! 


Drina Cushman Hedgpeth 




l.iniil.rrl.M, 


Jan Gay Hensley 




r.u;-u^\,.„., 


Emily Jane Hester 




High Point 


Dorothy Ann Hill 




Raleigh 


Ashley Lee Hogewood, Jr. 




Charlotte 


Nancy Diane Hollingsworth 


W 


iist,.ri-S:di'm 


Thomas Bayard Hollingsworth, 


Jr. W 


TisliMi-Sal.™ 


Ralph Edward Holt, Jr. 




Durliam 


Kay Penn Hood 




Burlington 


John Hastings Hopkins 


W 


i]st(ii]-S:ili'm 


Karen Alison Hopkins 




Raleigh 


Sarah Ann House 




ll.inell.sville 


Betty Bruce Howard 


Ini 


|lla>- .Springs 


Walter Sherman Hoyle 




A.shevillc 


Barbara Lenorah Hruslinski 




iiurlington 


Burl Bess Hull 




Cherryville 


Mary Jean Hunt 




Halc-isli 


Larry Micheal Hurst 


Ciun 


iplcr. W. Va. 


John E. Hutchins 


W 


mston-Salcm 


Hideki Imamura 




<y..t„. .Ja,,an 


Jerry Ross Jackson 




Cramerton 


Jesse W. Jackson 




Wake Forest 


Robert Gerald Jackson 




.\thuita, Ga. 


Paul Jacobs, Jr. 




Asheville 



70 



JUNIORS 



Charles Lawrence James 


i:ikiii 


Robert Randolph Jewell 


Cl.arlottr 


Robert Monroe Johannesen, Jr 


Cnviisl.nn. 


Anthony Wayland Johnson 


Il\f.ii.l 


Charles Edward Johnson, II 


Hertford 


Charles Garland Johnson, Jr. 


Klkin 


George Terry Johnson 


\Vii,.-:t.in-S:il.Mii 


Phyllis Elizabeth Johnson 


\V,-n.l.ll 


Robert Lon Johnson 


Greeiishoro 


Charles Darnall Jones 


f'civiiigton. Ky. 


Donna Lou Jones 


Winsfim-.Salcm 


Joseph A. Jones 


Lenoir 


William Lewis Jones 


Crunipler. W. Va. 


Herbert David Josmer 


Louistiurg 


John Drake Karcher 


I'ittshurgh. Pa. 


Leila Daoud Kassir 


Kaghdail. Ira.| 


Jack Stanley Kennedy 


fli.Uoi, 


James Delna Kennedy 


C'.ui.-ord 


David Frank Kesler 


Hiiit.,,1, \V, Va. 


Martin Luther Kesler, Jr. 


.\Ilddlese.\, X. J. 


William Douglas King 


Bennettsville. S. C. 


Daniel Lewis Kinney 


Wiiist.iii-Salem 


Henry Little Kitchin 


\\'adesboro 


Steadman Kitchin, Jr. 


Seotland Xeek 


James Hazel Knight 


Winston-Salem 


Lucy Ann Knight 


Stokesdale 


Ralph Woodrow Knight, Jr. 


Charlotte 


Mary GaU Koontz 


Hanulen. Cunn. 



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JUNIORS 











William Floyd Laney, Jr. 


Mo,ir.„- 


Jimmy Newton Lanier 


War.saw 


David Jackson Lawrence 


Apex 


Benjamin Franklin Lee, III 


(iraliam 


Martha Raye Lee 


Fairmont 


Peggy Jo Lee 


Four Oaks 


Marvin Bruce Leggett 


Lumherton 


Janet McNeil Lemons 


\VHjst..ii-.S:,l,.m 


Frances Adelaide Leonard 


Louisburg 


Rachel Amanda Cloer Little 


Winston-Salem 


Elga Delight Loftin — 


Troutman 


Jerry Franklin Long 


Iron Station 


Joe Adams Lowe 


Statesville 


Phyllis Anne Lowe 


Elkin 


Ruby Jean Lowery 


Wingate 


Sara Lee Ludlum 


WilminKt.Mi 


Carroll C. Lupton, Jr. 


(Ireensboro 


Marsh Dean Lyall 


Xiirth Wilkesboro 


Robert Cullen Lytton 


Elizaliethtown 


Jeffrey Mercer McArthur 


Fort Screven, Ga. 


Dorothy Carolyn McBee 


Marion 


Mary Ruth McCollum 


Yadkinville 


Bobby Joe McCreary 


Lenoir 


Margaret Anne McDonald 


\Vinston-.S:ilem 


Mary Rebecca McDonald 


Lenoir 


Vance Alton McGhee, Jr. 


N.irlolk. \'a. 


Lowell McKinster 


Suttnii, W. Va. 


James David McNeely 


MontK'ellii, Ky 



72 



JUNIORS 



Donald D. McSwain 
Steve Louis Mahovlich 
Olen D. Marlow, Jr. 
Earl Hilliard Marshall 



Bobby Gray Martin 
James Lee Martin 
Virginia Lorelle Martin 
John Duncan Medlin, Jr. 



Wilma Jean Metcalf 
Beverley Gale Mooney 
Colleen Gilliam Moore 
John Woodley Moran 



Gladys Viola Morgan 
Kenneth Carl Morris 
Harold Dean Moser 
Judges Brenson Mudd, Jr. 



Letha Mae MuUins 
Sarah Nell Murphy 
Elizabeth Marshall Murray 
James Edward Muse, III 



U:i\,-\gh 



WmsUm-Sulfm 

Ma<lis<,ii 

.Mount Olive 

.\hixt(.n 



Hen(l.'is..iivillc 

Wfl.h. \V. \a. 

XcMtli Wilk.-.shom 

WashiriKtun, D. C. 



(Ili^ii .Vlpiii,- 

Tliuiimsvilli- 

Cnm-oid 

W'ai icsboro 



Klrigs,,„rt, TiMin. 

\Viii,^ti)ii-Sal.-m 

Lexiiigtdn 

Mofk.sville 



Fred Luke Musselwhite l,uinl)iTli>ii 

Thomas Edgar Myers WiiistDii-Salcni 

Bruce Adams Nation Wist Hartford, Conn. 

William Carey Nelson Chew Chase. M.l. 



Minnie Ruth Nichols 
Cara Elizabeth Nolan 
John Thomas Norman, Jr. 
Thomas AUsbrook Norvell 



Purlear 

Weiconie 

Hyattsville. Md. 

Seaboaid 



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Ballard Graham Norwood 
Charles Ronald Norwood 
William Jay Orr 
Ted Seaford Overcash 



Johnny Wayne Owens 
Allen Freeman Page 
Charles David Page 
Charlie Wright Parker, Jr. 



Forrest Craig Parrish 
John F. Patton. Ill 
David J. Peacock 
James Lee Pearce 



Barbara Ellen Peele 
James Weldon Pell, Jr. 
James Christian Pfohl, Jr. 
Donald Fritts Phelps 



Douglas Kemper Phelps 
James Robert Phillips 
John Sanderson Phillips lir 

Dwight Luther Pickard, Jr. 



Cedric Dixon Pierce, Jr. 
Robert James Plemmons 
Phillip Wayne Poe 
Julian Patrick Porter, Jr. 



Albert James Post 
Rudy Michael Potter 
John R. Prince, Jr. 

Charles Eugene Pruitt 



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\V,i,>l,,i,-Salcm 

liiv,.id:il,.. \ I'. 

Ka„„:,|,nli.. 



\Viri,'<t.m-.S:iU-m 
Mc.insvillc 

F„.,uav S|.nn(;s 
llurliiiKl"n 



H>.uli..kc Uapids 

Washindtcr]. 1). ('. 

\.,itli \\ilk,v^l«,n, 

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<'l.ail.ilt 
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\Viii-l,,n-Salrrn 

(;r,vii,-l..Hc 

mill H,-;,.-h. DrI 

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I'ikrvillr 

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\\illsl.ili-.S;,l,Mll 



Wiiisloii-Sali-ni 

Klizalictlilnwri 

Hal.iKl. 

I'hila.iclplila, I'a 



74 



JUNIORS 



Mary AUyn Reynolds 


Hlrvanl 


William Grady Rich 


M,.lrl„.a<l Cilv 


Sally Adair Rigsbee 


l)uili:ilii 


Thomas Franklin Roberts, Jr. 


HavSlioi,., X. V, 


Virginia Mae Roe 


\V:L>hi..Kt.Mi. I) (' 


William Randolph Rose 


■ ■.•lul.Tson 


Elsie Faye Russ 


WilliiiliKton 


Sally Lawana Seagroves 


.\|K.X 


Judith Alector Shaffner 


Winstuii-Sal.-m 


James Donald Shelton 


Wiiistoii-Salcm 


Janet Hill Shields 


\Viiistc.ii-.-^al.'iii 


Ronald Gray Shields 


\Villstnll-,'^:,lplll 


Robert Edward Sbouse 


\Vinst..ii-,';:.l,.m 


Clyde Allison Shreve, Jr. 


Suilll.MTtlC'l.l 


Larry Bruce Sitton 


llrll,lrlM„ivlll,- 


Slade Welma Skipper 


\VI,il.vill.' 


Marvin Longworth Slate, Jr. 


HikIi I'oiiil 


Hal Franklin Slaughter 


\\iiist..ii-S:ili'ni 


Edmond Victor Smith 


Kiistul. Va 


Eva Lou Smith 


Alhriiiarl.- 


George Silas Smith 


.\sl„-vilh- 


Janelle Elizabeth Smith 


Lc\nit;t..n 


Robert George Smith 


,aur,-l Springs, X . J. 


Ronald Aden Smith 


Gastonia 


Alfred Jules Smits I'" 


t Washington, X. Y. 


Norman Bailey Snead 


Warwick, Va. 


David Earl Snell 


I>..rlsmoulh, Va. 


David J. Snider 


Denton 





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JUNIORS 




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Hollis Fred Snipes 


S|„,„-,. I'm,. 


Talmadge Leon Solomon 


\\inston-8alem 


Winfred Eugene Spaugh 


Winston-.Salem 


Jimmy Lee Spillman 


Charluttc 


Donald Matthews Spoon 


( 'harlotte 


Nancy Sue Spry 


Hickory 


Billy Dale Standi 


Liiurinliurg 


Jerry Morgan Steele 


KIkin 


Don Grey Steelman 


WiMt.r I'aik. Fla. 


Joel Ringgold Stegall 


liamik.maii 


Martha Ives Stephenson 


Raleigh 


Mary Evelyn Stowe 


.Mount Holly 


Roger Dean Stratton 


HiiiluiKt"], 


Williamson Beasley Strum 


H,,\l,on, 


Paul Wayne Strupe 


Huial Hall 


Josiah Owen Sugg, III 


Snow Hill 


Olene Sue Swaim 


Winston-Salem 


James Olin Sweatt 


\Vin.st(iii-Salem 


James Lawrence Swisher 


Krrnrrsvill.- 


Robert Lonnie Sykes 


Hmlingtiiji 


Gerald Wilbur Sylivant, Jr. 


Snou Hill 


William Ray Tabor 


Logan, W. Va. 


Mary Elizabeth Tarlton 


Klii^lhy 


Clarence Richard Tate, Jr. 


V.n-i-us\,or,> 


Glenda Lineback Taylor 


CU-ninimis 


Thomas Farmer Taylor 


l.akrianil, I'la. 


Frank Pleasant Teague, Jr. 


Fayi-tli'villi- 


Clyde Mevolene Templeton 


Ulin 



76 



JUNIORS 



Alva Lee Terrell 


llrll.l.TSol, 


Erie Whitehead Thomas, Jr. 


X..rl..lk. V:i. 


Jayne Pallia Thomas 


\VM..-t,,n-Sal.-ni 


Ronald Edward Thomas 


Hiiiliii!;t..ri 


Jean Wilson Thompson 


Whilrvill- 


Paul Simser Thompson 


KitsIkiw , S. C. 


Mary Brandon Tinus 


M:ipl.nv.,o,l, X. J. 


Edward Dodson Tippett 


KoMiiuk.' U-.qmy 


Dorothy Ann Todd 


.\rlirif;t..n. Va 


Rodney Lee Todd 


H.-niicttsvillc, S. V. 


Homer Brown Tolbert, Jr. 


Cievclancl 


Myers Graham Tomlinson 


Scranton, J<. C. 


Hal Douglas Townsend 


Lake \'ifw, S. C. 


David Leigh Tschorn 


Cainpsville. Fla. 


William Herbert Turner 


Clfrain 


William Roberts Turner 


Suffolk. Va. 


Nancy Lane Tuttle 


fircensPioro 


Albert Donald Van De Veer 


Baltiniuri-, Md. 


Barton Douglas Vaughan 


Teaneok. X. J. 


Robert Perry Waddell 


Greensboro 


James Warlick Walker 


Biisti.' 


Emily Marie Wall 


I'ilot Mountain 


Walter Lee Warfford, Jr. 


Winston-Salem 


George Harris Warner 


Charlntte 


Florence Stacy Weaver 


Greenslioro 


Duke Byron Weeks 


Asheborcj 


Kay Eugenia Weston 


Greenslmr.i 


John Leonard Whitley 


Murfreesboro 



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Jeanie Kirkpatrick Whyte 

Ivist (. 


rami l!:ipi.ls, Mi,h. 


Doris Saunders Wilkins 


Kinston 


Carolyn Vaughan Williams 


Richmond, Va. 


James Snead Williams 


Fayetteville 


Jerry Bryan Wilson 


Statcsvillc 


John Marshall Wilson 


X. Miami, Fla. 


Margaret Ellen Wilson 


(Iri^cnsboro 


Ruth Ernestine Winchester 


Ashcville 


Sidney Wilson Winslow 


liilral Hall 


John Raynor Woodard, Jr. 


Conway 


Alice Kay Wright _ 


Hrysiin City 


Robert Lee Wynne 


Kuiky Mimnt 


Charles Gerald Yarbrough 


Alilicitlslmrg 


Ran Coleman Yeatts 


South Hill, Va. 


Ann Maria Yongue 


Charlotte 


Carol Ann Young 


liurn.-^villlf 


Carolyn Marie Young 


Burnsville 


Pollyann Estelle Young 


Greensboro 



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Mhi.lh^lHllK, X V. 



Linda Sue Adams 
Jeffrey Serge Alford 
Elmo Leach Allen 
Lawrence Wheeler Allgood 
Ogden Olmstead AUsbrook 

Stephen Thomas Apple 
Alfred Lee Baker 
Jerrold Mark Ball 
William Waddell Barber 
Herbert Earl Barkley, Jr. 



Judith Louise Barlow Xnth \\ ilkcslicm 

Vabry Ward Barr, Jr. (;:.si.>iii:i 

Maxie Eugene Beaver K:[iiii:ipnli~ 

Francis Albert Berces Muunt Il.ill\ 

Colin Bertrand Bessonette \\ inst(m-S;ilrai 



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Larry Dean Billings 
Shirley Anne Black 
Nancy Lee Blackley 
Robert Lamac Bland 
Millie Ida Blanton 



Edna Earle Brown 
Leslie Carlyle Brown 
Robert Allen Bryan 
Jackie Lynn Bryant 
John Clement Budd 

Norvel Edward Burns 
Robert Harold Butler 
Barbara Ann Buttman 
Stephen Gray Calaway 
Robert Hood Caldwell 



.Xnrth \\llkr>i,r 



Carole 
Fnirst C\ 



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Alvin Wilson Bowen, Jr. 

Bobby Wayne Bowers TliniiKisvill 

George Denny Boyce I'lcasant (laidc 

Samuel Boyd, Jr. t'lu-vy Chasr, .\l. 

Linda Lee Brady Kamsiii 

Larry Brown Bragg 0x1 oi- 

James Street Brewer, Jr. liusclicir 

William Dennis Brewer ('li-inim*! 

Ruth Greene Briges .Jacksc. 

Katherine Terry Broach Cliarlnti 



Wilisloii-Sal.aii 

Williani,^t,,ii 

Bpthi-saa, .\I.i 

Zrl,ul,,n 

Wn.Ml.iirv. X, .1, 




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Edward W. Cinchewicz H.iKc-nliilil, X .1. 

Patricia Jean Clark TIiuhki.-viIIi 

Clifford Harvey Clarke .\il:iiii:i. Ca, 

Stephen Herbert Corwin Duvn, \ ,1, 

William Ray Covington l{u(kiiis;li:iiii 

Betty Jo Cox Slunrvill.' 

Oscar Creech, III \cu Orli^nris, ].:i. 

Sylvia Lynn Crews \\ iiislnn-SMlrm 

Jesse James Croom HurliiiKtuM 

William Dorsey Daniel I{.iik\ Mciuni 

Namon Leo Daughtry Xi'niiiji (Inivc 

Brenda Kay Davenport Hi>l)cisimvillc 

Allen Richardson Davis \\ insldn-Sali'in 

Suzanne Davis Dcivn, Del, 

Thomas Jefferson Davis XiMtmi 

Russell Weldon DeMent, Jr. I\iiif;litii ilr 

Sidney Ernest Disher Sav.uDiah, ( la 

Charles Marvin Dozier I'likimka. .lapan 

David Scott Drinkard Cliarlollr 

Donald Moore Duncan Mdiiiicrllu, K\ 

Elizabeth Beck Earp \\iiisl..Ti-Salriii 

Claire Elaine Efira Lcnoii 

John Smythe Eggleston, Jr. I.caksvilli' 

Sanford Hayes Ensinger Lairliniiuit, X Y. 

Jerry Norris Essie \\ iiislcin-Salcm 

Hubert Lister Everett Smitlifiil.l 

Richard Franklin Everhart WiTistiMi-Salcm 

James Lewis Farrar llxati^villi', Md, 

William Lyman Ferrell U; l.^inii 

Richard D. Filippi Diniarrsl, X .1 

Tera Adelaide Frizelle W insLai-Salriu 

Frances Carol Fuller IIiihIiim'h 

Robert Ray Fulp \\ inslnn-S.lciii 

Patricia Ann Gambill S'|)aria 
Shockley DeWitt Gardner, Jr. UicIhii.iikI. \.i. 

Gaither Bryant Garner, Jr. Hal.iKli 

Kathryn Wilkins Garner W iri>iiiii-Salriii 

Frederick Thomas Gaskins K,iinia|i. Ii> 

James Preston George Smiililiilii 

Robert Orrus Glenn .Mnunlain Cily, Ti'iin 



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Betty Glynn Godwin 




Clayt.m 


Edwin Booth Groves 




I).-nvill.'. X J, 


Jajnes Albert Greene 




L:i«li.lali' 


Joseph Randolph Gregory 


W. 


shiMKt'm, l>- (". 


Kelley Edward Griffith, Jr. 




Aiinandale, Va. 



Linda Evelyne Guy New Orleans, l,a. 

Myron Robert Hafetz Trrnloi], X, .1 

James Albert Haliburton .■^millilaml, Texas 

Glenn Albert Hamm Lainastri, S (', 

John Needham Harrell .Jaiksunvillc. Fla, 



Arnom Hunter Harris, Jr. 


HCTI.IC 


■son 


Richard Oleen Harrison 


\\ilisl.,li-S 


leni 


Durward Glenn Hart 


we 


.lell 


Thomas E. Hartman 


Xru Casll.' 


I'a. 


Barbara Louise Hathcock 


,\ll..-n 




Cuthbert Toso Hauser 


\Viiist(,n-S 


lem 


John Dee Haymore 


\Viiist.>n-S 


lem 


Marlot Arm Hays 


Ffi-.i C<n-k. 


Ky. 


Jerry Esmond Hajrwood 


li. 


Ilins 


Larry Michael Heath 


\Vliist,.ii-S 


len, 


Bobby Gene Hemric 


Hampton 


ville 


Mary Ann Herndon 


C,i 


,ver 


James Matthew Herndon 




Ipex 


Terry Mason Herndon 


Fayette 


ville 


Richard Edson Hicks 


.Atlanta, 


(ia. 


Brenda Marlene Hill 


Winst.iii-S 




Edwin Hineman, Jr. 


Cha.l.ls F,,nl 


I>a 


Anne McDougald Hocutt 


Ka 


■iKil 


William Lloyd Holland 


■States 


ville 


Carolyn Boyce Holoman 


Ra 


■igll 


Ronald Lee Honeycutt 


Wa.les 


loro 


Elizabeth Hayes Hopkins 


Ra 


•ilili 


Jo Arm Howard 


S:ii 


lonl 


Slade Howell 


Lake City. 


Fla, 


Thomas Wayne Howell 


t'hern 


ville 


Meyressa Ellen Hughes 


BrnwTi Summit 


Suzanne Dunn Hughston 


Fineastle 


\a. 


Joyce Ann Huneycutt 


Stai 


tlel.l 


Robert Brame Hunt 


I.Ui 


ima 


Glenda Ruth Hyman 


Fayetti 


ville 




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John Laird Jacob, Jr. 


Valdese 


Henry Moody Jamieson, Jr. 


Charlotte 


Hiram Vance Jenkins 


Wilmington 


Angela Knight Johnson 


\\ ilniington 


James Daniel Johnson 


Allicmarle 


James McRay Johnson, Jr. 


\V;ilnul Cuve 


Lewis Bradley Johnson 


IMiK'l.urst 


Josephine Sue Jolley 


Spindale 


Bonnie Lynn Jones 


\\ illiamston 


Marcia Paulette Jones 


Charlotte 


Susie Othelia Jones 


Raleigh 


Ann Judson Jordan 


Charlotte 


Herman Dexter Kemp, Jr. 


Dugsi.ar, Va. 


Hayden Odell Kepley 


High Point 


Melvin Wallace Kerns 


Vi..niiM. Va. 


Richard Clifton Kerns 1 p 


«-r Mni,lrl:,ir, .\. J. 


Joseph Gorham Kerr 


Wilmington 


Bettye Lee King 


.Xnitiilk, Va. 


Larry Garth Kirk 


Beaufort 


Thomas Lewis Klechak 


Silv.r Spring, Md. 


Nithi Klinkosum 


Bangkok, Thailand 


Robert Eugene Knott 


Winston-Salem 


Rodger Berndt Krakau 


Tinionium, Md. 


Robert James Krause 


W.irwick, Va. 


Arlinda Carole Lail 


Cranitp Falls 


Jerry Campbell Lambert 


(Hv.Mishoro 


Samuel Hardy Leaman 


.\.sheville 


David Charles LeCount 


Taliiia.lgp, Ohio 


Edward Earl Ledford 


Kings Mountain 


David Wescott Lewis 


Wilmington 


George Carl Lewis 


H..rkingham 


Harry Charles Lewis 


Loris, S. C. 


Gary Thomas Long 


WinsP.n-Salcm 


Thomas Theron Long, III 


I'lnrvillr 


Thomas Halbert Lowe 


Salem, \a. 


Rebecca Fidele McCrary 


Tarborii 


Jerry Dwight McGrady 


West Ji'fferson 


Julian Keith McKenzie 


Win.-lon-,SMl<.m 


Norma Rose McKinney 


■ {.■idsvillc 


Brent Allen McRae 


l)r.-.-iliir. (la. 



SOPHOMORES 



DonaJd Lee McRee 




CU:u\, 


tli; 


Oakley Allen Mabe 




\Vr>tl 


.•I.I 


Warner Lee Madre 




Hnll 


mi 


Nancy Faye Mangum 




Dull 


!.n! 


Stephen Dennis Manshel 


W. 


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,;. 


Barton Coles Marcy, Jr. 


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:ull,n.,,k. !■. 


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Annette Sue Matthews 




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ill.' 


Joseph David Matthews 




UurliMK 


1.11 


Clarence Dougals Maxwell, 


Jr. 


K:ivrtlrx 


ill.' 


Elizabeth Ann Measamer 




Saul 


,1.1 


Robert Philip Melvin 




Wilisl..li-Sa 




Hobart Harold Mendenhall 


Jr. 


SalisI, 


UV 


Gordon Edison Mercer, Jr. 




lla,u|,t,.,i, 


\'a. 


Cecilia Shirldeen Merritt 




\Vin.stnii-S,-i 


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Barbara Ann Metcalf 




fh:ul< 


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Billie Ann Millsaps 




H.il.l.ill;^^ 


ill.. 


Blan Vance Minton 


N 


.nil Wilk.'sl 


,■■,. 


William Weightman Mohlenrich, Jr. 

.Mutmi, Fla. 


Jean Marie Moore 




Macli 


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Linda Loy Moorefleld 




Danl, 


a,-y 


Lewis Marshall Morgan 


W; 


sliiiiKton, 1) 


('. 


John Franklin Morrow 


\\iirst.,ii-S:i 




Glenda Gail Myers 


Thmmsv 


ill.- 


Martha Elizabeth Myers 




Le.\ington 


Patricia Ann Myers 




\Vinst.,n-Sa 


•m 


James Rupert Nance, Jr. 




Fay,-tl.-\ 


ill,- 


Linda Sue Neal 




Belcws Ci 


■c-k 


Donald Hale Newlin 




(liviisl 


m, 


Henry Williams Newton 




Hal. 


lull 


Paul Burton Nickens, Jr. 


I'lvni.. 


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Cyril Warren Norman, Jr. 




Hal. 


kIi 


Marvin Arrington Oakes 


Challiam, 


\a. 


James Merriman Offutt 




Kin> 


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James Oscar Outland 




H„-1,S.,, 


IIV 


Charles Lineberry Owen 




Can 


.in 


Allen Hall Painter, Jr. 




F..nst ( 


ity 


Jennie Lou Pangle 




.\sh..v 


ill.- 


Merry Gordon Pannill 




\\insl..ii-Sa 


.■m 


Frank Andrew Passarelli 




Paters.,!!, ,\ 


J. 


Phyllis Anne Pegg 




K..l!!l-!-,sV 


ill.. 




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SOPHOMORES 

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Carroll Lee Perkins Dobson 

Joel Larkin Perrell Lexington 

Eugene Petrasy Raleigh 

Albert Arthur Peverall, Jr. K.iMD.ikc, Va. 

Fred Leon Picklesimer \ii.iiia, .\. J. 



Constance Valerie Pinyoun 

Lucia Ellen Pollock Hi, 

Douglas McDaniel Porter, Jr. 



Washillglii 



Robert Milo Porterfield 
Susan Camille Powell 



ml, Va. 

1, D, V. 
i-.Sak-m 



Elizabeth Ann Ptacak W iiiston-Salfin 

George Henry Ragland, Jr. I'alls Church, Va. 

Fred Howard Rash .Jcme.sville 

Frank Barratt Raymond, III Danville \a 

Bobby Carlyle Raynor Chincniaiiiii 



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Nancy Jean Redding 
Robert Clay Reed 
Jesse Le Von Reich 
Charles Edwin Reiley .' 

John Earl Riddle 

Bobby Gene Robinson 
Donald Heiu'y Roth 
Carolyn Vann Rowe 
John Taylor Ryan 
Charles Escar Scott 

Sara Ruth Selby 
Fletcher Paul Sessoms, Jr. 
James Edward Sharpe 
Ann Burton Sheets 
Elizabeth Ann Sherrill 

Deanna Wilson Shreve 
Charles Lawson Simpson 
Jeanne Oldlng Sims 
Ellen McLain Smathers 
David Bourquin Smith 



David Nimmons Smith SiKiircr 

Harvey Thomas Smith \\ insiun-.SalcMii 

John Horace Smith Wliitevillc 

Leland Wrightman Smith, Jr. Fairfax. Va. 

Marcia Wilhelmina Snipes S\Ivh 



C'liarlottf 

iiial,' Estates, Ga. 

Fayetteville 

Clint.m 

I.Mil.n.uk. .\. V. 

UaliiKli 

Cliatlialii, .\. .). 

l;ast Dt'lid 



\\ iiiston-Saleni 



Charles Bennett Williamson 


Clalktoii 


Dallas Thurston Stallings, Jr. 


i;,lrnl..„ 


Carol Louise Staples 


Snllthrn. l')ll.- 


Michael Vick Starling 


SniilliH.-l.l 


CliSord Cary Steadman, III 


\Vi,i-t.,ri-S;,l:-ni 


John Clyde Stoner 


IVinliDki-. r,i 


Jossph Aaron Stringer 


M..iitii-cll .. Ky, 


Mary Jane Sturdivant 


Sp^iila 


Hilda Graye Sutton 


Faison 


Peggy Mae Tanner 


S:ilemliurf! 


Vivian Joanne Taylor 


Wilson 


William Kenneth Taylor 


Winston-SuL-m 


Jack Griffin Tesh \ 


«,„.rt Xews.Va. 


Darryl Wayne Thompson 


li..:iii<,ke l{:i\m\f 


Jimmy Lee Towe 


« iristoii-Sak-ni 


Catherine Elizabeth Treadway 


Cast.nii-i 


Wayne Albert Tuttle 


Clcmmciis 


Carl Joe Tyner 


Lrak-villr 


Paul Baggett Vann 


Clint. .ri 


Robert Stanley Vaughan 


Ho.ky Mount 


Judy Dianne Wade 


Miami, Fla. 


Bertha Walmsley Wagster 


Columbia, Ti-nn. 


David Seth Walker 


Winston-Silcm 


James Richard Walker 


I.rak-Vlllr 


Robert Edwin Ward, III 


Dul.lin. hvlan.l 


James Graham Warlick 


Whit.-vill.- 


William Capus Waynick 


liM.lsvlllr 


Thomas Ralph Weadock 


Lima. (Ilii.i 


Daniel Norton Webster 


-Millord. Del. 


Donald Eugene Weir 


\\iiist.)n-S:iU-ni 


Janice Lee Weisenberger 


.\shland. Ky. 


Kenna Lea West 


Fort BragK 


Alan Jones White 


Elm Citx 


Helen Jewel Whitley 


Middlesex 


Jerry Wayne Whitley 


Concord 


Robert Elmer Whittle 


(Jrlalido, Fla. 


Mary Elizabeth Willard 


Charlotte 


Craven Edward Williams 


Momo,. 


Patrick Livingston Williams 


Wilmington. I),-l 


Simmy Keel Williams 


Enfield 



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Lonnie Rosseau Williford, Jr. HuiliiiKl'm 

Charles Francis Wilson Valdese 

Virginia Anne Wilson Winston-Salem 

Trent Ramsey Wilson \i'\v|i<irl Xews, Va. 

Anita Joyce Wood Nashville 

Percy Fenton Yates, Jr. \ViIiiii]ikI"ii 

Faye Thornton Young Kuxljoro 

Nancy Virgiline Young Newton 






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Rodney Knight Abbott 


Cl.atliMlii. X.J 


James Robert Abernathy 


Kchiinlil 


Sylvia Janet Airhart 


A>ll.-Vll|r 


James Eliot Aldridge 


l.unil.,'rl..l, 


Eleanor Rae Allen 


I'Jast l,uiiil..il...i 


Wayne Harding Allen 


\.W:a„r 


Mack Floyd Allison 


\Vll,sln„-S:,lrn. 


David Wheeler Allred 


N.u I,nl„l..l, 


Evander McKeiver Anderson 


.\rnl..'IT\-, S. (■ 


John Herbert Anderson 


(•llDiaCn.vi- 


Lawrence Hirst Archer 


llavrlluuil, I'a, 


Bruce Augustus Arrowood 


(' -.inl 


Barr Gallup Ashcraft 


AmiM'ist, Mas^, 


Robert Milton Askey 


Cli-arHi-l.l. I'a. 


Dan Morrissette Averette 


Oxloid 


June Audrey Babb 


Wiiistdll-SaliMll 


John James Badoud 


WasliiiiKtcli, 1) (■ 


Edward Grey Bailey 


■Ja.-ksuiivilh' 


Clabron Ann Barbee 


.M..nisvilk' 


Phillip Morris Bargoil 


\\iiist,,ii-Sal.Mii 


Jacob Howard Earnhardt 


Laiulis 


David James Beal 


Leiiiiii 


Sybil Jean Beasley 


Coats 


William Dennis Bell 


(ioldshor., 


David Gordon Bennett 


Wilistc.ll-Salrlll 


Earl Franklin Bantel, II 


iHirhalii 


William Downey Berquist 


\Va>l,u.!;l.n,, DC. 


Nancy Lee Berry 


Mnrnalit.,,, 


William Edwin Bierlin 


Aml.l.T, I'a, 


Peter Don Billings 


Ii,.|if.lali-, Mass, 


Gail Barbara Bishop A\ 


ill.lair Kstates, (ia. 


John Glenn Blackburn, Jr. 


W.nston-Salem 


Barbara Ann Blackwelder 


Lenoir 


James Ray Blackwelder 


Kanna s 


James Howard Blanton 


(iuilfor.lColK.K,. 


Ann Elizabeth Bliss 


I)..l.l,s fViiv, X. V, 


Robert Sylvester Boatwright 


C.MH.VCT 


Ellen Christina Boone 


,\rlins;l..ii. Va 


Joseph Holmes Branson, III 


ll,.in,l..li. Va 


Rosemary Brewer 


Statesvillc 





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James Vernon Britt 


\\uisl..]i-,S:,|,.,n 


Leon Lafayette Brodgen 


Wilmington 


Terry Lee Brooks 


Hickory 


Irma Jefferson Browder 


DMnvill... V:i. 


Benjamin Moore Brower 


I,il,,Tty 


Steven William Brower 


I'luslin.n. .\, V. 


Janet Yvonne BuUuck 


Hn.ky Mount 


Tom Berry Burch 


Chrraw, S, C. 


Roger Paul Burr ( i 


aii.l Ishui,!, .\. Y. 


Sylvia Elaine Burroughs 


Hat Cave 


Stephen Edwin Butler 


.l..l,iisl,mn, Pa. 


Joe Swicegood Byerly 


( IrcMisliuro 


Hilda Edith Cabiness 


Shelby 


Paul Estil Caldwell, Jr. 


Hri,-it.,l, Tenn. 


Paul Eugene Campbell 


\\insl,.n-Sal™i 


Philip Truman Campbell 


Sraltlr, Wash. 


William Mitchell Carlisle 


.\ikcn, S. C. 


Nancy Lynn Carpenter 


( 'lierryville 


William Judson Carson, Jr. 


W iiiston-Salem 


John Ephriam Carter, Jr. 


Faith 


Terry Wayne Caudle 


Winston-Salpni 


Bobby Jones Chipman 


l.akriand, Fla. 


Jacqueline Clark 


Franklin 


Carol Elizabeth Clayton 


( 'harlotte 


Sarah Cyrena Clayton 


Ro.xboro 


Frederick Roy Clifford 


l,.^n,gton 


Carole Jean Clodtelter 


•I'linniasville 


Marvin Everett Coble, HI 


HiiihnKtcin 


Janice Faye Collins 


Wilniinntuii 


Richard Pinckney Cook \' 


■ Kinia Hrach, Va. 


Alex Lane Copeland 


Heaufort 


Dorothy Evelyn Copenhaver 


-Mnrganton 


Boyce Vernon Cox, Jr. 


Wintcrville 


Viva Jean Cox 


.Muuiv.^viUc 


Earl Bradley Crabtree, Jr. 


T.,US„M, .\l(l. 


William Delbert Craft, Jr. 


liural Hall 


Pamela Kay Craven 


IIikIi I'oint 


Carolyn Loretta Crawford 


I'andler 


Lowell Crawford 


.Miami, Fla. 


William Frontis Credle 


Raleigh 



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ViTian Aileen Creech 




Hallsh,.rn 


Robert Hopper Crum. Jr. 


lis.'^cx 


FmIIs. X .1 


Judith Raine Grumpier 


Fu. 


• i:,\ Spniii;. 


Henry Sebron Dale 




CllTll,.!! 


Charles Reece Davis, Jr. 


W 


,st.,ii-.'<:il,-n) 


David Finch Davis 


Silv.T 


Spring. Mi 


Grady Paul Davis, II 




C.nuav 


Howard Garrett Dawkins, Jr 




Kin^t..l, 


Patricia Carolyn Deal 


M:.r 


iii-vill., \':, 


William Paul DeBree 


\\■(.^ 


w<.„,l. N J. 


Jerry Lee Deese 




tlrah^im 


Robin David Deese 




Loxingtdii 


Albert Jean DeForest, Jr. 




I'taffto«n 


Aime Marie Diehl 




ChaTlMtlf 


Louella Tench Dillingham 


\\ 


listun-^l.^m 


Wayne Carl Dillon 


W 


nstuii-Sal.-m 


Robert Harold Dixon 




Cats 


J. Robert Dorsett, Jr. 




C;icfnsl„,ro 


Kenneth Sanger Duffler 


Kinnspiirt. Tcim. 


Harold Franklin Dunevant 




Reidsville 


Linda Roselyn Efird 




.^Ihemarle 


Thomas Edmond Efird, II 




\V,lminKt..n 


William Charles Ehalt, Jr. 


Card.-i 


City, -\, V. 


Wayne Joseph Elwart 




Chicag... 111. 


Fenton Tilson Erwin, Jr. 




.\^^hevilk■ 


Martin Andrew Evensen 


Kl.ini 


Park. X Y. 


James Hopkins Farlow 




.S.phia 


Richard Douglas Fearrington W 


nftnn-S:,\vm 


Herbert Jay Feitelberg 


Br. 


..khii, X Y. 


Johnny Lynn Fischer 


UigSt 


„u. (lap. \a. 


Sarah Elizabeth Fish 




Raleigh 


Herbert George Fisher I 


'nint I' 


oasaiit. X.J. 


Glenda Faye Force 




Miami. Fla. 


Anthony Floyd Francis 


W 


ii,st.,i,-Sal,-m 


Thomas Doyal Franklin, Jr. 




MorcaTilui, 


Donald Wayne Frederick 




(;,il,l>l„,r,, 


Robert Alexander Freeman, 


III 


I)..l,S..II 


Virginia Gail Freeman 




CliarL.ttp 


Alan Robert Friedman 


llr.-at 


Xwk. X Y. 


Allan Herbert Fuhr 


K: 


irlawn. X.J. 




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Susan Elizabeth Fulkerson 


I.iitl 


.■rvill,.. M.I. 


Johnny Leon Gaddy 


l/ik. 


Virw, S. C. 


Harry Yandle Gamble, Jr. 


I! 


<.aii..kc, Va. 


Eura DuVal Gaskins, Jr. 




M.mrcc 


Richard Harold Gibson 




FairT.ioiit. 


Annette Lelia Gill 




Halrigl, 


Fred Stephen Glass 




Ashoboro 


Lloyd Keeter Godwin, Jr. 




.Ahoskic 


Barbara Ann Grajit 




Ta^■|ol■svill,■ 


Brenda Mae Gray 




IliKli I'..i.it 


Carolyn Barbee Green 




M..nisvillc 


Gordon Lee Greene 




Lexington 


Harold Franklin Greeson 




Greensboro 


Maj-tha Kaye Griffin 




KannaiKilis 


Irvin Washington Grogan, III 


U 


i.^tun-Salc^ni 


Edgar Dallie Gurley, Jr. 




.Xeuton 


Sharon Jeanne Habich 


W 


isl,,n-Salem 


Gary Albert Haddad 


M. h 


,.,.s,„„t, Pa. 


Carol Anne Haenni 


H. 


thiwla, -Md, 


Henry James Haigler 


I'l 


.rrri,-e, S C. 


John Carl Hamrick, Jr. 




Slielln- 


Richard Eugene Hamrick 




Slielhy 


Thomas Gordon Handy 


W 


nst.Mi-Salem 


James Colquitt Harper 


w 


r.st,,n-.Salem 


Patricia Lottie Harris 




Tli..TiKi.-vilIe 


Richard Carlisle Haworth 




I.iinil.n-tim 


Beverly Jean Hayes 




l.uriil.,.|t(in 


William Clarkson Heise 


liim 


,.-it..«M. Pa. 


Mary Beth Heitman 


W 


n.-iliin-Salem 


Maurice Allison Helms 


H 


ilherforilton 


Robert Edward Helms 




Morganton 


George Phil Hemstreet 


i-al.a 


Neth, .\nti, 


Lynda Kay Henry 




W'aynrsville 


Ann Farrington Herring 


W 


iisl.Hi-Salem 


Hazel Ruth Hill 




La(iranKe 


Sylvia Ann Hill 






Yancey Coleman Hines. Jr. 




(Ireensl,,,,-,, 


James Robert Hodges 


H-A 


nni.ire, .M.l. 


Larry Neil Holcomb 


\\ 


n>l..ri-SMlcm 


Sandra Carol Holder 




.Mi.uiit .Airy 



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Brenda Kay Honeycutt AlliiiiKiilc 

James Edward Honeycutt M r-\'ill. 

William Alonzo Hoover, Jr. Muipln 

Thomas Carleton Hope, Jr. Wmnrik.i, III 

Ella Sue Hopkins Siikiii, \':i 

George Priestley Davis Hudnor \\:ikr I'crcsi 

Philip Ray Hudson li.i.lsvilli- 

Jan Pressley Huggins lliinin-Miivin. 
Doris Ann Hultin Knis;>|i"ii. 'I'liiii 

Barrett McKenzie Hunter \\ instnn-Silriu 

William Grady Ijames MdcL^vilh 

Clarence Frye Ikerd I'lrnvillc K\ - 

Steven Terry Irvin SIhII.v 

Fay Cochrane Isenhour ( ' mci 

Anne Brown Ivey \\ in>l"n-S:il(iii 



James Eugene Jackson 
Joann Rose Jackson 
Jo Anne Johnson 
Linda Mae Johnson 
Joseph Thompson Johnston 

Russell Wood Jordan 
Ronald Thomas Kadon 
Richard Eugene Kelly 
David Stocks Kemp 
Plumer Whitelaw Kendall, Jr. 

Jeffrey Brown Ketner 
Wayne Gray Kiger 
Murray Carlyle Kinlaw, Jr. 
David Walter Knapp i 

Steven Haywood Knight 

Fred Burton Knott, Jr. 
Albert Paul Koehler 
Shirley Koontz 
Carolyn Jean Koss 
Gee-Yin Kwok 



.Ml.Mlrl.lll,; 



Uul.-igl, 



llivrr i-nlvsl. III 



l!ui-il Hall 

l,uii]l»Tt<.n 

Briuh. Fl:,. 

ClKirlnttr 



I{ali«:n. X J. 



, X .1, 



ikr \\:ir, 



Barbara Arm Lamb 
Stephen Erson Lawing Tiitiit 

Mike Lee, III Kinsl.i! 

Edward A. Leinss ( llinviru. II 

Charles Hobert Beecher Leonard \\ insicui-Salci 




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Rosalind Robinson Levering 


Haltim,, 


,•, .M.l. 


Charles McDonald Lewis 


Xr 


V Bc-ni 


David Vernon Liner 


( ljl'( 


ii.'c|,<,n> 


Shirley Mae Lloyd Lippert 


Wilisliil 


-S;ilrin 


Benjamin Alan Long 


HurliiiKt.Hi 


George Earl Long 


1 


illl-Vllll- 


Frank Knight Lord, III 


lilrh,,,, 


Ml, Yd. 


Jean Lounsbury 


W.ll 


iiiitstim 


Betty Lee Lumpkin 


Jar-k 


soiiville 


David Lee McAulay 


.Mo 


■ganton 


Guy Frank McCormick 


F 


liiniont 


Alice Rayburn McDevitt 


Wak 


iMiri^.-st 


William Patton McDowell, III 


(ililla Hr. 


.■h. Va. 


Thomas Charles McGarry 1 


alK Cliu 


.■h, Va, 


Robert Lee McGee 


M..I 


111 .\ir>- 


Rachel Marie McGee 


.M..I 


lit .Viiy 


Ronald Marlin McGraw 


Miil.llrt. 


wii. I'a, 


Donnie Bruce McLean 




Dunn 


William Duncan McLean 


I.u 


ulirrliill 


Bobby Wayne McLendon 




l.aii.li,- 


Travis Darryl McLendon 


u, 


illligl.,11 


John Raymond McNierney 


Til 11-% 


III.-, I'a 


Morris David McRae 


1 


aiini.mt 


Hugh Karr McSwain, III 




Sli.'lli\ 


John William MacDonald 


M.anill 


s, N. Y 


Edward Joseph Mahoney 


■■all> Chi 


ivh, \-a 


Alexander Edward Mandy S. 


.Irl, I'lai 


i>, X, J 


Jeffrey Emmett Marlow 




llirkon 


Bryant Franklin Marshall 


Wlii-n 


ll-Sal.Il 


Clement Reynolds Marshall, Jr. 1 


lialK.llc 


Francis Kendall Martin 


w 


„lrsl„.n 


James Donald Martin 


( ' 


anii'iliii 


Alice Elizabeth Matheny 


Ku 


.•St Cit) 


Newton Peterson Mathews, Jr 


( 


..l.lsh.ir 


Roger Allen Matusoff 


Davl 


Ml.dhl 


Clarence Douglas Maxwell, Jr. 


l''a 


-.■tt.-vill 


William Michael Mead 


l,lll>lni< 


k, Trxa 


Sammy Ray Merrill 




B.aur<ii 


Eugene Taylor Merryman 


lirlli, 


s.la. M. 


Virgil Marvin Messer 


II 


izclw.ii. 



96 



Lawrence Wallace Meyer 


KmIIs 


Cliuiv 


1, \a. 


Richard Earl Meyer 




1 


lltirM 


Stephen Bright Milans 


]\, 


ihrMl; 


. Mil. 


Bobby Reginald Miller 


w 


l,st„„- 


-iak'lii 


Robert Allan Miller 


riiii. 


isvill.- 


lllliu 


William Alvin Miller 


riiiii 


isvillr 


llhio 


Avalon Nichols Minton 


Nuiil 


Will,. 


sl„,n, 


George Wesley Mitchell 


.l:irk 


MlUlll 


. I'la 


Jacquelynn Faye Mitchell 




/( 


l.lllo,, 


Nancy Jane Mitchell 




\.mu 


;svill.- 


Nancy Jane Mitchem 




Clin 


Wlllr 


Charles Jeffrey Mitchiner 


1,. 


liisvill 


. Kv. 


John Nicholas Monarek 


M.. 


t Clai 


■, I'a 


Jerry Douglas Moore 


Xc.lll 


Wilki 


>l,ur„ 


Ronald Allen Moore 




H<'i< 


svlllc 


Roy Elsworth Moore 


I.:ilv. 


\|(W 


s, (• 


William Gene Moore 


I'm 


isvill,- 


\ .1 . 


Robert Holstead Moran 


\\ashi 


iCl.in, 


1) (■ 


Jeaiinette Watts Morison 


Ha 


lilllnr, 


. \M 


Joshua Jurant Morton, Jr. 




All., 


in.ailr 


William Moody Mote 


W 


1,-tMii- 


■ial.ai, 


John Garland Mulford 


( :\l 


I'livill. 


, Drl 


Thomas Camper Mundy 




li 


iln^h 


Richard Conrad Nesi 


Bin 


,klyn, 


\ V. 


John Garwood Newitt, Jr. 




(•III 


ih.ll,- 


Peggy Joyce Newkirk 




Wilnn 


iKluli 


Joe Donald Nichols TImh 


,|,M,„ SI 


llMili. 


rnin. 


Brearly Eugene Nicholson 


I'll 


sl,u,K 


I, I'a 


Betty Kay Overman 


Una 


inkrl 


alM.ls 


Judith Anne Palmer 


Lull 


nvill, 


.\M. 


Ruth Josephine Pancoast 




lliKh 


I'uilil 


Betty McArthur Parker 


( 


li 

■islirkl 


llrif;!, 


Milton Preston Pasquith 


M.l 


Oscar Eugene Pearson, III 


l''..M 


\':ill,>\ 


,(ia 


Margaret Rankin Perry 




,\ln,,|-, 


svilli- 


Mary Martin Pickard 




l,r\l 


iKl'ili 


Peggy Dale Pierce 




Hal 


.l,un, 


Edward Andrew Pitoniak 


Wrsi n 


•huar. 


X .1 


David Walter Pittman 




Hill 


Merle Lee Pokempner 


Hal 


iiiion 


M.l 




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FRESHMEN 

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Paul Wade Poston, Jr. 




L,-Nins;I..Ti 


Frank HoUister Potter 




Hralllort 


Susan Isabel Powers 


W 


i-lnn-.-;iilcm 


Thomas Donald Preston 




I'llir Ihdl 


Andy Marshall Price 




ClKUL.tlr 


John Paul Prinsen 




SMl.m. X, J. 


Bland Bee Pruitt 




l.nui..l,mg 


Richard Henry Quast 




Clii.Mi;... Ill, 


James Martin Racz Xi' 


V Uni 


Mvirk. X.l, 


David Berry Rader 




.Mi.rKMiit.i, 


William Raymond Ralph, Jr. 




.\llU.ski.- 


Alton Clark Raynor ( 


II, ion, 


lipMrl,, Fla. 


Charles Richard Reeves 


Xurl 


WilkcsLulO 


Joseph Curry Regan, Jr. 




Tll..nilisvi|]r 


Robert Joyce Reid, III 


W 


ll^l.m-Sall■m 


Martin Walter Richwine, III 


1! 


■Iiiih.ihI. V:i. 


James Leslie Riddle, Jr. 




A^Im-Iwmo 


Robert Eugene Rimel 


Iliui 


.n„l,„,K, V:i. 


Norman Larry Roach 




Ii:,s«.n. Vm. 


John Meade Roche 


IliiK, 


istuun. .MiL 


Roy Harlin Rockwell 




11, fill l'"i„l 


James Rufus Rogers, III 




lialrlKl, 


Charles Mack Rowe 


I'-iill.- 


Chuirl,, V:i. 


Hesta Brint Royster 




Kallstcn 


John Charles Rozier, Jr. 




St. PauLs 


Robert Allen Rupard 




StatpsvilU' 


Deborah Jane Russell 


Slnpi 


riislm,,;, l>a. 


Melvin Theodore Salman 


1 t: 


slalal, X, ■>". 


William Arthur Sanford, Jr. 




('li;ill.,tl,. 


George Stanton Scarlett 


W 


ii>l.„,-Salc'l,l 


James Robert Searcy 


CIki 


1,'Slnn, S, C. 


Joseph Milton Sears 




(Iivcii.'ilioro 


Virginia Foy Seawell 




l!,:,'kinKl,am 


Terry Le Roy Shaneyfelt 


^1 


iiinlM-M, \a. 


Edwin Jennings Shapard ( il 


l.'lhnll 


, Cily. Okla. 


David Eaton Shaw 




l'lafTl,.«„ 


Jesse Edwin Shearin, Jr. 


s 


■ollan.l X,.,'k 


William Shendow 


w 


irl„->.lr,-. Va, 


Sarah Thetis Shepherd 




Itali'iKh 


Charles Marion Sheppard 




l,aws,n,v,llr 



98 



Doris Carol Slawter 


Wiiistoii-Salcin 


Robert Ja.rret Small 


FlusliiiiK. N. V 


Margaret Ann Smith 


WiiiMun-Silrir, 


Ray Markham Smith 


Kirisi..! 


William Grady Smith, Jr. 


l!:,lr,s;l 


Wilton Winstead Smith, Jr. 


n;itl 


James Edward Snow, Jr. 


.\UKU.-t:,, (i;i 


George Baker Snuggs, Jr. 


\V:,.lr>l,,,r, 


Raymond Woodrow Southard 


Fianklii 


Phyllis Virginia Sowden 


l'il,,t .\I,.uiil:iii 


Dallas Wayne Spainhour 


TlinniMsvill. 


Judy Faye Sperling 


Sli,-ll,> 


William Lindsey Stafford, Jr. 


Winsloii-SriliTi 


Robert Myers Stanley 


i:ri'i'iisl)(n'< 


Suzanne Stanley 


(livcli.shnru 


Carol Elaine Steele 


Ma.li.soi 


Richard Carroll Stegall 


lf;UHllr„KU 


John Samuel Stevenson 


<:,v,.nsl„,r, 


Peter Albert Stirrup 


W.^slpnll, ('..nil 


Bessie Via Stone 


Hassi'lt, Va 


Charles Venable Stone 


Rcalinkc. Va 


George Perkins Stone, Jr. 


Hicl.ni..ii.l, Va 


Charles Stradley Stovall 


Oxf.in 


Anna Sue Stowe 


M.nmt Ilulh 


Bonnie Jean Sullivan 


Wilniiiml.,! 



John Alexander Surgener Kitts, Ky. 

Lewis William Sweigart < ollinn-n t. \. J. 

Samuel Charles Talbert (iuillnnl ('..llrKc 

Barbara Joy Taylor (lastcmia 

Charles Hart Taylor Pisgah FoiT.^it 

John Manley Teachey, Jr. Tcaclicv 

James Joseph Tejcek Uci\\\n, 111. 
Margaret Jean Tesh .Xc-wpmi Xths, \ a. 

Nelson Jeffrey Theodore Baltlmoiv, M,l. 

Leon King Thomas Mai-.-^lialllicag 

Milton Wiley Thomas Charlofii' 

Virginia Lou Thomas (irfpiishuro 

Dwight Davis Thompson, Jr. Uiiral Hall 

Jack Allen Thompson Fayi'ttrville 

Joan Carpenter Tucker \\iii,-iton-8alem 



FBESBMEN 

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Sarah Jane Tyler II. .11 


uo.M. I.'la 


John Armand Valentino KcmII,. 


I'.-uk. N.J 


Ronald Bruce Valley ( la 


r City, \'a 


Luther Rochester Vann, Jr. I! 


Mii.,k(', \:i 


Freeman Maurice Vaughan, Jr. 


Calax, Va 


Donny Pete Vestal 


U 1: 


Oliver Hiram Vestal 


<c-iiali.-vill. 


Joseph Scott Vincent, Jr. 


Ilrrnsl.un 


Sue Carol Wade 


('ll.alliill, 


Robert Earl Wagoner, Jr. ( 


hili;, (In.v, 


Lynda Burl Waldrop W ii 


stoii-Sali'ii 


Eleanor Sue Wallace Wii 


sl,,i,-Salrii 


William Peter Walther, III W ii 


^l..li-Sal<-ll 


Henry Harrison Warren, Jr. 


l'lalTl.,«i 


Johnny Wayne Washburn 


Sliclli\ 


Warren Seki Watkins 


■a\.-lt,'vill. 


William Scott Watson lill^T,.l^ .\ii, > 


, .VrKrnliii: 


McCoy Carlos Watts, Jr. 


(;a..|u„h 


Jerry Davidson Weathers 


Sla)ilr,\ 


Henry Jefferson Weaver 


Slal.'svilh 



Beverly Christine Weisner Winstmi-Sali'm 

William Oscar West ()klali..ma C-Ay. Okla. 

David Morton Westerfleld LmiiImii. Ky. 

Julia Erwin Westmoreland Cliailiitlr 

Ralph Benham Weyburn, III Oak Park, 111. 



Harvey William White, Jr. 

John Finley White 

Stanley Hartshorn Whiting, Jr. 



lailK'M 



.T, .\, .1. 

Victor Harry Whitmeyer ('laiilonl, X. .1. 

Walter Raphael Wiley ( 'hrstii Kdd, S. ('. 

Linda Christine Wilkerson liinhcslci-, .\. Y. 

Alice Annette Williams Kin.sloii 

David Earl Williams It..iky Muiinl. 

Ernest George Williams, Jr. roilNiimulli, \';i. 

Herbert Eugene Williarrs W iii.-lnii-S.ilfjii 

Linwood Irvin Williams liirlinii)T]il, Va, 

Richard Lee Wilson Thimiasvillc 

Thomas Marshall Wilson \Viii.<t<in-Sali'ni 

Robert Davis Winesett, Jr. (lalax, Va. 
Basil Newton Wolfe, Jr. M..iiiilaiii Ciix. Tiain 



100 



Curtis Williajn Wood, Jr. 
Charles Harold Woodell 
John Berkeley Woodlief 
Frank Spencer Woody 
Clyde Archer Wootton 



HiKl, P. 
Hisli I'. 



liurluiKt'i 



Robert Donald Worrell Pulaski. Va. 
Judy Gardner Wrinkle I'mt l.au.ln.lalr. Fla. 

Mildred Anne Wylie .Mcnnr.-villi- 

Ida Elizabeth Yates I'urliar 

Betty Carolyn Young Hiilgi\va\ . \a- 

Theodore Martin Zawacki Lindt-n. X. J. 

Paul Lee Zink Winstnn-Salem 



FRESHMEN 






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THIRD YEA 





llir Sliulriil H.ir Assochjiwn ()J)iar> jir: Clurln. IXixis. 'I'm, 



102 



LAW 



William Drew Arrowood 

Code Lee Austin 

Plato Collins Barwick, Jr. 



Donald R. Canady 
Ronald Conrad Dilthey 
Kennieth Sawyer Etheridge 



Cyrus J. Faircloth 
Robert Humphrey Forbes 
Charles Gilmore Furr 







Lung Island. X. Y. 





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Dean ]\'ejlhfrs enjoyi frllo"^slnp jt j b'^- banquet. 

103 






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Carroll Franklin Gardner 
Clive Irwin Goodson 
Marvin Kenneth Gray 



Harold Gene Hall 
William Evan Hall 
Franklin Nance Jackson 



Bobby Frank Jones 
Robert Alden Jones 
Bob Wilson Lawing 



l).,l,s, 
\\lIlst,,n-SMlr 
\Vin>l,,i,-S:ilr 



F:iy,-lt,.vil 

V:i.lki.ivil 

Clilitc 



S|„i>,K ll„pe 
\\iiist,ir.-Sal.-ni 




104 



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AR LAW 



Clinton Orville Light 


S|,n 


Joseph Charles McDarris 


Waviu'.-vil 


William Flint Marshall, Jr. 


W.ilniil I'" 


John Garland Mills, III 


Wiiistun-Sal.- 


George Coan Mountcastle 


Wiiist.ili-Sal.- 


Robert Joseph Robinson 


.\lic.sk 


Thomas Williford Thomas 


li.iikv M.Ml 


Richard Moore Warren 


Du. 


Frank J. Yeager 


Va.lkllivi 


James M. Yelton, Jr. 


Bakur.^vi 





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: llifv Jmrii.l nlirt slept. 



105 



SECOND YEA 




I^rry Thr,iiips„ii. fmije 
Hill Aynck. Vm-Vmhkiit. 
Leon Corbetl, Secretary. 
Glis Daz'is, Treauirer. 




m,. ,.<•« m^ -. -. 



u 



L AW 



Wiley F. Bowen 




Hoffman 


Leon Henry Corbett, Jr. 




BuvKuw 


William Eugene Crosswhite 




Stuti'SVlllc 


Charles McMillan Davis 




L.,ui.l,v.rK 


Robert Taylor Hedrick 




Raleigh 


Emil Failing Kratt 




Matthi'ws 


Alfred A. McNamee 




Tiy..i. 


Joe Thomas MiUsaps 


\\i 


istoi.-.Sal.-m 


Marshall L. Pegram 


Br 


nvn Summit 


Hugh Glenn Pettijohn 


\\i 


islun-Sal.^m 


William Lee Powell 




HalriKl. 


Nancy Dennis Sherk 


\\i 


iston-Sali-m 


Gary A. Sluder 




U.i.-cst.T 


Larry Adams Thompson 




Fayi-ttcvillc 


Frederick L. Tumage 


K 


..■ky M.iimt 


Robert Morton Weinstein 




tJreeiislimu 





I hf Ljii- School IS a jealous mistress, greedy with her ti?ne. 



107 



FIRST YEA 




W»;,.M (.n-.n,„i. I ur-l-rmdrni 
S„i,ln Hrll, Srnrl.ir',. 




A /irmjinrnr l,ili\rr l.il'n ,i slum hrr.iL-. 



108 



■:,.>- ■•» »,, -. 



LAW 



Earl Pendleton Bell, Jr. 


.\ulaii.lir 


Bruce Burry Briggs 


M:us Hill 


William Herbert Brown, Jr. 


Iluntcrsvillc 


Samuel Jerome Crow 


Ashcville 


Charles B. Deane, Jr. 


Uu.-kiiiKhum 


Ronald Gene Edmundson 


St:intoiisliiirg 


Merrill Jarvis Erans 


.Min.-kif 


Murray C. Greason, Jr. 


W iiist.m-S:ilcm 


David Joyner Haynes 


Canton 


James Wilton Hunt 


Whitrvillf- 


Jim Johnson 


\\"Hi>tnri-Sal.-in 


William Eugene Johnston 


\\ii..-tun-8ali.m 


Clinton Eugene McElroy 


Cialiaiii 


Raymond C. McRorie 


K.Tii.-i^villc 


Charles B. Merryman 


Bc'lh.'Mla, M.I 


Richard Neal Randleman 


Junc^vilk- 


Charles Shuftord Sawyer 


Hryson City 


A. Lincoln Sherk 


Winston-yalcm 


Charles R. Tedder 


Bladenl)..... 




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$ A $ 




Hohhy Jones. Ma^ntrar. 

jof Milhaps, Clerk. 

John Hasty, Exchequer, 

Bobby Robinson, Historian. 



, Ak x"^ 



Mrs. ]„ Ami Gm.Uoi. 



PHI DELTA P 



Ruffin Inn ot Phi IXIt.i Phi .\i:.un cmiu ciH uirh honors schoListicalK- 
tor l<'5K-5y, CLiptunng the Faculty Scholarship TrophN' tor the thir- 
teenth successive \ear. In intraniurals, the Legal Kaglcs captured the 
independent crow n in football, adding to the fraternity's independent 
volle\ball championship and campus golf championships for the spring 
of IV59. 

Bobby Jones as magister proved to be an excellent leader who along 
with Bill Marshall represented the law school in the annual moot court 
participation. 

The Initiation C'erenionies were again held in the North ("arolina 
Supreme Court chambers on March I''th which proved an en]o\able 
culmination tor a successtui \ear lor the "liddle-Dee-Fees." 



Mrmhrs n/ I'll, IMr.: I'ln Ir^frjlernily. 



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HaroLi Hall. M.ushjll 
ClijiUs F„rr. rr.'Si.Inn 
]un FMrdnth, CInt. 



PHI ALPHA DELTA 



TimbcrlaUc ("liaptcr nl Plii Alpha IXIra Lau Kriitcrnity was cirgan- 
izcd on the Wake IVircst Collc-ge campus on October 17, 1947. The 
name of the chapter was taken from Dr. I'dgar \\'. Tiniberlake, who 
was one nt the most outstanding teachers on the lau school facult)'. 
Since its toundation it has been the purpose ot PAD, not only locally 
but nationally, to promote brotherhood among its members in striving 
to obtain a knowledge of the law. The fraternity also tends to cultivate 
a closer bond ot friendship and the attainment ot a higher and broader 
cultute than that atlorded b\' the law school itself. 




Miss Cimmw Tnhbh 



Mrmhrrs nf riii Alpk, Drlt.! I.nv/r. 



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llhl.t:, Ihnrtn, 




\ Winning M..iMin uuhKls a lut winx- th.in ckvcn men 
working together as a unit. 1 here must he eiKinlination 
behind the scenes letueen eoaehes, athletic ilirectnrs 
and trainer. These are the men we never hear much 
about will) Idtm an integral part lA the winning conilii- 
natmn. I he\ look after the hii\ s ti> make sure that the\' 
are in the ver\ best physical condition, take care of the 
ticket sales, bu\ equipment and ot course otier their 
experienced coaching. Let I's also renieml)er that these 
men are Wake Forest's good will ambassadors wherever 
they go, and as such reflect our college in the best possible 
light. Murray Cjreason was such a man, devoted to the 
college and highly regarded in college athletic circles as 
a man whose good will was limitless. Because ot the 
eflorrs <il these men and a r. dented Deacon team school 



KiU'uiintx. Hij.l (miiIi r.iiil Aimii. Sijiidmn. Km Meyer. Clunk Kmn. iJimr Hjth.in. Hill I lilJ.I-niii.l. Hill ( iiilJiJirl.L 



m 







COACHES 




ul Hiuk liilh. h„„ih.,ll („-(., pi.,, 



Paul Anieti. Head Fmthall Co.uli. 



spirit reached u liigh pitch which rcalK paid iiH as 
the tans \\ itnesscd the most successful season since 
1^51, SIX wins and four losses, to grab third place in 
the Atlantic Coast Conference. Three of these losses 
were real heartbreakers. Tulane's victory came when 
the Dcacs tailed to score time after time from inside 
the five yard line of the Green V\'aves. The difference 
between winning and losing the Carolina game was 
a matter of our failure to cash in on conversions. 
Perhaps our greatest disappointment was the loss b>- 
two points to Clemson, a nationally recognized 
powerhouse, after scoring thirty-one points against 
them. We cheered, we cried, we built bonfires and 
had pep rallies and then we cheered some more; one 
of these days, we promised ourselves, we will lieat 
Carolina and DuUe. It was a \ear of real surprises 
ending in a 43 to 20 rmit of South (Carolina. (Quarter- 
back Norman Snead had quite a season, setting tour 
ACC records for total passing yardage, total yardage 
gained rushing and passing, touchdown passes com- 
pleted (12), most passes completed and most passes 
attempted. Pete Manning and Neil MacLean were 
invited to play in the Blue (iray game while Nick 
Patella was invited to play in the North South game 
We were sorry to lose Head Coach Paul ,\men at 
the end of the season after he had built the team up 
from a winless season two years before. 

The I960 edition of the Demon Deacon football 
team .should be even tougher with the loss of onh 
tour lettcrmcn from the probable starting unit and 
four strong men coming in to fill their positions. 




THE FOOT 





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\l,.nn. Irsh. I„ti,ly„l. Irm,,. ('ulltzi'nz. 






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TEAM 




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N. CfS^ATE 



Bcliind the pcrtormances of Nick Patella and 
Norman Sncad Wake F"orest squeaked by N. C. 
State. The game was played in mist and rain, but 
Wake Forest made the most of its opportunities to 
come out on top. 

The Deacons had to come from behind, the 
held goal by Patella proving to be the difference. 
.Amen's strategy had paid off again. 

Wake Forest scored first when Sncad drove over 
tor the score, but State tied the game up at 7-7 as 
the half ended. 

In the second half Patella kicked a held goal for 
the three point margm, but this didn't last long. .-X 
scoring pass pushed State out in front by a score 
ot 14-10. Now, with less than four minutes remain- 
ing, Bonccutter smashed over for the final score of 
the game. Patella's conversion was good and State 
couldn't make up the three point deficit. It ended 




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ca^iIna 



This uas the hig one. Another opportunitN' at 
Carnhna, CIrecU Week and rain all at the same time. 
The Tar Heel.s w ere the tirst to seore when Kloehak 
rammed over trnm the three \aril line earh' in the 
game. The ennversinn ua.s gimd and Wake trailed 
7-0. It took us ten plays to move the hall 64 \ards 
for our first touchdown but the extra point uas 
blocked and we still trailed 7-6. Carolina .scored 
again and made their conversion good. Wake 
Forest scored tor the second time \\ ith three minutes 
gone in the second i|uarter when .Mae 
over trom the tour, hut the eon\ersi(in failed and 
ue trailed 14-12 at the half. 

In the second halt ('arolina scored ayain for seven 
more. \\ ith a minute and one halt left in the game 
MacLcan .scored again, and this time the conversion 
was good tmt it was just too late. Wake Forest 1*^, 
Carolina, 21. .Ma\t)c ne.xt year. 




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WAKft FOREST 



When the IX-JCDPS invaded Duke surprises were 
ui score tor rhcm. C^oach Paul Amen had prepared 
his defences tor a powerful running attack t'roni the 
lilue Devils, but Duke passed instead. The throwing 
arm ot Duke quarterback, George Harris, provided 
the Blue Devils uith a 21-6 half time lead which the 
Deacons never overcame. 

Duke scored tirst on a long pass early in the 
game, but Wake came right back w ith a touchdow n 
when Snead completed a pass to Jerry Ball. The 
Blue Devils closed out the first half with a si.\t\'- 
yard drive which made the score 21-6 in favor of 
Duke. W'c couldn't overcome this deficit in the 
second halt despite the record-breaking fort\-four 
passes thrown by Norman Snead. 

i he game provided plenty of excitement. Duke 
fumbled five times, and W^ike Forest had five 
passes intercepted. Ihe ball changed hands many 
nines but 27-15 was the best that we could do. 



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wak£f7rest 
iIfQi. 



1 rajling by eleven points at the halt. Wake 
Forest's oftence rose to the occasion by crushing 
\'.P.l. in the second half before a Homecoming 
crowd of 10,000 at Bowman Gni\' Sradium. 

The Deacs scored first after a short punt return 
gave them the ball on the Gobbler's 35 yardhne. 
Norman Snead completed a pass to Pete Manning 
from the yard line and after the conversion Wake 
led "-0. \irginia Tech bounced back before the 
halt with a devastating running attack which cli- 
maxed in a score. A held goal and another touch- 
down put an end to the halt with X'.P.l. ahead IS 
to 7. 

The second halt was all Wake Forest with two 
offensive drives ending with touchdowns to give 
us a 21-lS lead. Behind the ground attack of Bill 
Skippon and Joe Bonecutter we scored again when 
Chuck Reile\' smashed over to put the stopper on 
it 27 to IS. 




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WAK^F^EST 
U. MA^^LAND 



Our first coiitcrciicc game was plavL-d before a 
eniu.l nf 20,000 in Byrd Stadium, College Park, 
Mar\ land. The first half of the game « as a defensive 
battle. Wake Forest scoring with a field goal b\- 
Xiek Patella trorii the lerrapin r\\ent\-two \ard 
hne. 

rile seeond half began with Mar\ land taking thi 
opening kick-ofl" and iiiarehing SO yards for thei 
touehdoun. I he conversion was good and Waki 
trailed 7->. With three minures and thirt\- second 
to go in the third quarter Snead connected with ; 
loiirteen yard pass play to Bill Ruby, climaxing 
5V \ard drive. The conversion was good and w 
took another one. final score, W'ike forest II), 
,\lar\land 7. 



Old III hoiiihii III srii/i till- iliiit. 



WAKE QdREST 
TULallE U. 



Wake Forest received the rirst loss of the season 
against lulane in New Orleans. The game featured 
strong defensive pla\ b\ both sides with a total 
of si.xtecn punts, and little oftence. However, 
Wake forest had two scoring opportunities which 
were stopped inside the tw<i yard line of Fulane. 

The first and only score in the game was a tw ent\ - 
two yard touchdown run by Tulanc in the third 
period of pla\'. .Mter the sci>re Wake Forest fought 
back and carried the ball to the ( ireen Wave.s's three 
yard line but could not score. 1 his drive leatured 
the running of Bill Skippon. 

Wake I'orest, hampered b\ the 7i degree weather, 
couldn't cash in on its opportunities, and ililane 
won It with 6 points. 




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flor^aQtate 



The future looked bnylir for Wiike Forest this 
season, and there was no disapcmiiirnienr to De.ieon 
fans in the tirst game. 

Wake Forest took a first half lead nf <)-(). The 
scoring began with a twent\-nine \ard held goal 
bv Nick Patella. Later in the first half, ()uarterbaek 
Norman Snead eompleted a touehdow n pass to 
Bill Hull. However, the Seminoles countered 
quickly in the second half to take a 20-9 lead. 
With less than six minutes remaining Wake fought 
back to score two more touchdowns, highlighted 
by the passing of Norman Snead. The Seminole 
offence stalled, and Wake Forest held on for a 
twd piiint aihantage and a final score of 22-2(1, 







.\,,/ \l.ul ,.ui ,/.',,*,, .1 ivrfect kick 




WAK^fREST 



Wake Forest scored early to go ahead 7-0 on a 
spectacular interception and run li\' halfback, 
Bobby Robinson. This began a continuous scoring 
parade for both sides, and the half ended w ith the 
Deacons holding a 17-14 advantage. 

.At the start of the second halt VVake scored 
behind the passing of Norman Snead and a sen- 
sational run by Neil MacLean to make it 24-14. 
Ihe Tigers charged back with two touchdowns 
and moved ahead 27-24. Ihree pla\s later, John 
Morns plunged over to put us ahead again 31-27. 
Later, Clemson fumbled and Bill Hull recovered, 
but Clemson's ( ieorge Usr\' intetcepted a Reiley 
pass and later scored to give the 1 igers the hnal 
tally, .v!-i|. 



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S. C^^INA 



I his was rhc gaiiK' that s.iu us uain nur sixth 
victiir\ and a 6-4 rcLoal tnr rlic \Lar, rhc best 
since- l''^l. Unucvcr, Wake had m overecmie an 
lS-2() deficit at the hairafrcr a series nrtouchdoun 
suapinn-. 

Miduay in the third i]uartcr. Wake Idrest 
broke loose with two sconnj; drives m a permd 
ot less than three niinntcs. I'litch scoreil fnmi the 
( lamccdck 4ft (or the hrsr "t these talhes and Wake 
I'orcst iiKived ahead 24-2(1. luo pkns alter the 
kick. lit" l5ol, McCreary blocked a pass on the S. C. 
2s and Norman Snead passed to the end-zone 
u here I'utch was waiting for six more. Wake 
scored two more times the second ot these coming 
in the closing seconds ot the game w hen Buck 
Jolly went all the wav for the hnal tallv, 4^-20. 



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U. vl^^NIA 



Wake Forest opened the game with a >9 yard 
score by Bobby Roliinson after a pass interception 
bv Jerry Ball. MacLean's conversion was good and 
ue led 7-0 at the end of the rirst i|uarter. The 
(Cavaliers came back with a sixt\ yard march to 
score, but their attempt tor rhe two extra points 
tailed, \^ake scored twice more in the first half 
with a pass from Snead to .\llen and a drive by 
joe Bonecuttcr. Both conversions were good and 
we led 21-6 at rhe half 

I'.arly in the second half a penalt\' gave Wake 
Forest the ball on \"irginia's >9. .Mael.ean scored, 
and again the conversion was good. A blocked 
kick ser up the last scoring play for \'irginia, but 
again their conversion for two points failed. In 
the fourth quarter Wake scored again on a pass 
from Parker to Bill Hull, the extra point was wide 
and the game ended Wake Forest '4. University 
of X'lrginia. 1 2. 



BASKETBALL 




Rilclnr. Il/i;i;"'<. V"/'. HiiJ.I. (oMpiMi. Clupprll. Lmijh-r. h,rle. Second rn« : McOn. (jillrn. Del'orler. McKiiwry, Bryaiil. Mitchell, ftff«,-//. Third row: 
l\uhr. A,lkws. ILul. Wui^lhw. 



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1959 BASKETBALL 


RECORD 




WF 


6') 


Ohio State 


-- 




\\v . 

WF. . 


45 

H4 


N. estate 

Tennessee 


. .51 


WF . . 


7? 


\. C. State 


. ... 59 


57 


VV F 


90 

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Davidson 

George Washington . . . 


. . - -55 

75 




WF . . . 


S3 


Clemson 

Toledo 


64 


WF. . .. 


WF. . . 


63 


70 


WF 


67 

54 


\'irginia 

;Mar\land 


. , . 64 

. . , .47 




WF. 


45 


Dayton 

Duke 


. .62 


WF .... 


WF . . . 


SO 


63 


*WF. . .. 


KO 


HolvCros.s 


. . , ,71 




WF. . 


65 


,Mar\land 


64 


*WF 


61 

5 3 




50 




WF . 
W F . 


SO 

104 


North ("arojina , . 
South C^arohna . . 


69 


*WF.... 


North CaroHna 


5(1 


94 


WF.... 


77 


Clemson 


62 




W F . 


106 


\'irginia 


66 


WF. .. . 


59 

74 


North Carolina 

South Carolina 


. .62 
... 5 3 




WF 


83 


Duke 

X'ijlanova 


64 


WF. . . . 


WF 


S9 


70 


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IJi.ML- C'las.sic ( 


ianie. 






WF . . . . 


94 


St. Francis (Pa.) 


60 



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Bc.tK 



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uh.it I 



■s has l)ci.(iTiic a legend :i> man\' of us nver the past tcu \ears. 
;a\ thc\ ciiiiiL- to the games just to see hini go through his 
. " I his year /,;/(■ Magazine honored coach McKinne\' w irh an 
entitled "I he F.rupting Antics ot Mr. Bones," a pictorial 
it Bones as the Wake Forest tans sec hiin. More than once 
.•s have l)een diverted trom an exciting play l>y l.enn\' ("happell 
about the loudest pair of arg\le sock.s imaginatile. But there 
oblivious to It all. e\es fixed on the game, sometimes threaten- 
reteree with his lite. New legislation against this t\pe ot 
■-rration on the part ot a coach has dampened Ins st\le some- 
ut he is. nevertheless. Bones. 



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Bones prcdictLtl twciitx wins ,\nA h\v losses but the team tell 
down and onK won nineteen, losing six, beating C'arolina twice, 
u inning the Dixie C'lassic Tournament and ending their season tied 
tor tirst place in the ACC prior to the pla\otts at Raleigh. There w as 
great disappointment after the game at (ircensboro where it was 
("arolina by three, .\ftcr the game beloved Frank .McGuirc offered 
his usual "1 hope we « ill be able to play some fjood teams at Greens- 
boro next year." However, there was no comment trom him atter 
the Dcacs staged a tremendous comeback in the second halt nt the 
game at the Woollen Gymnasium to trounce the stunned Tar Heels 
HO to 6<J. Bostwick and Johnson dorms were hastily serenaded with 
spontaneous songs and Bones's crew went on to w in again. 



ACTION 




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1959 WAKE FOREST 
BASEBALL RECORD 



C.ll.v 

OhinScitc 

Rcllins 

\c« York LniN 

Siiurli C.irolin.i 

tlkinson 

\'iri;inui lech 

Duke 

\(irtli (~arolin;i 
South C,iiri)lin;i . 

(^kmsiin 

\.C;. State. ... 

X'lrginia 

.Maryland 

Duke 

\. estate... 

.Maryland 

X'lrginia 

Ncirth Carolina. 
\. C. State. . . 
( .lenison 



onlereiiee uanies 



9(L) 
4(1.) 



4(1.) 



1 



V(L) 



9(L) 
4(L) 




Hoh I'ltmmons, uiir leadmg ACC pitcher. 



Wib iiLiii m.drs 




iStorS&' 

RUCTU 



Hrimn i;i-/j iihin mil M smrid. 







134 




The end of the 1959 season found Wake Forest's 
baseball team uith a nine and six league record and a 
thirteen and eight overall mark. The Deacons ended 
the season tied for hrst place but lost to the Clemson 
Tigers in the playoffs, placing them third in the At- 
lantic Coast Conference standings. Sophomores Jay 
Franklin and Bob Plemmons sparked the team through- 
out the season. Franklin took ACC batting honors \\ ith 
a .390 percentage. 



1 he Deacon squad lost nine lettermen but \\ dl be 
bolstered by several hot Sophomore prospects for the 
1960 season. Coach Jack Stallings has high hopes for 
a very successful season and the Deacons should once 
again be a strong contender for the ACC championship. 
F.nding their college baseball careers were Jack Phillips, 
Byron Bullard, Ron Guthrie, Buster Ledtord, Frank 
Skinner, Bill Barr, John T\ner, Jim (iarrell. Bob 
Laurence, Marion Miller and ('harlie Carpenter. 





135 




The Wake Fnrcsr gr^ipplcrs uerr phigucil uirh 
serious injuries this \e;ir. A nuniher of the treshiiicn 
from the 1959 S(]u;Ki did nor return and several trans- 
ferred. John Ashl)urn, in the 167 lb. chiss, was foreed 
to wrestle in the unhmited class and did an outstanding 




iob until he \\ as injured and forced to quit. Bob Johan- 
nesen in the 1 '7 class and John Stoner in the 147 class 
were also put out of commission in the middle of the 
season, (xiach Peters looks for a stnmger team ne.xt 
year with the advent of several promising freshmen. 




136 




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11k- 1V5'' X.itiUors broke tluir winlcss srrc.ik winch 
plagued tliL-m last \x-ar, \\ inning their opening meets 
against CIcmson and South Carolina. 1 he team, greatly 
improved over last year is captained by Roddy Thomp- 
son and coached l)\' Leo Kllison. 



Anmng the outstanding perlnriiKTs on the team were 
Rodd\ 1 hompson in the 2M) and ■>()() \ard tree st\le. 
Bob Rathbone in the M) \ard free st\ le and 200 yard 
back stroke and ( iene Petras\ in the 200 yard breast 
stroke and 200 \ard individual nietllcN . 





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TENNIS 




Tennis could have been stronger last year, the 
netnien posting their only win over the University 
ot South Carolina. Bill Cullen. varsity basketball 
player and all-round athlete, went on to take the 
conference championship in the singles division, 
loosing his onl\ match to (jirnell University. 
When Hill pla\ed at Duke last \ear he was sighted 
by some as the best tennis pla\er they had seen 
smce \ ic Se.xias. We look for real improvement 
this year as the entire varisty squad returns. 




138 



CROSS COUNT 




Ionian. C.ipr.ri 



Wake Forest had onl\- hvc bo\-s turn out for the 
varsity cross country ream the third week in Sep- 
tember and only two of these were experienced. 
However, the team worked hard and salvaged some 
glory with wins over N'.P.I., Catawba, and South 
Carolina. Losses were to Davidson, \'irginia, Duke, 
N. C. State, North Carolina and Clemson. Running 
behind team Captain Sam Jordan all season were 
Warren Bloodsworth, Dick Hicks, Trent \\ ilson 
and Charles D<izier. 





TRACK 





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\l'.dr IS iiucmfiil ui KM \jrj Jjsli. 



The 1959 track tt-am posted a mtxlcst rtcnrd nt twn 
victories, over l-'ast Carolina and Catawba. Sonic ot the 
outstanding performers were mile and two mile runner 
Bob Medlin who finished fourth in the conference mile and 
Herb Broun, fourth in the conference javelin. Watt \\ hite 
was a high point getter in the 100- and 220-yard dashes 
and won the conference championship m the 220. With 
the strengthening ot all the field events the team should be 
a real threat this year. 



First row; Whitt, Ldljord, Dozier, Jordan, Wihnn. Second row: Dorset. 
Mitcinmr. Theodore. Dtese. Zmk. Third row: McS'^am. While. Bavender. 
Marshall. Fourth row: Miller. Williams. West, .■ishecraft. 





WOMEN'S INTRAMURALS 




liuliviclual ;is ucll as t(."un sporrs ari.- 
incIiklLd in rhc proijrani of Wiimcn's Intra- 
niurals. I ho activities arc ucll-coordinatcd 
and carriL-d nut under the spcmsnrsliip nt 
the W'linien's Recreation Asscieiatmn. All 
yirl students arc encouraged to take part 
in intramurals and sports are inchided to 
represent all types of recreation. Participa- 
tion counts for points toward acquiring the 
covered white jacket which is a familiar 
sijjht around the Wake Forest campus. 

Intramural managers tor the year were 
selected Inr the various sports and had the 
loh ot seeing that girLs signed up tor and 
carried through each tournament. .A tourna- 
ment for one ot the sports was continually 
in progress and the campus-wide champion 
was proclaimed. 

1 luse aerivities pla\ an important part 
111 the recreational lite ot the college li\- 
guing the ei>eds a chance ti) enmpere in 
spiirrs rhe\ might otherwise neglect. 




MEN'S INTRAMUR 



I ht purfxisc o( lntr.iiiiur.il Athletics ;it 
\Vake Forest is to promote recreation, 
sportsmanship and competition among the 
teams and students ot the campus. A varied 
held of sports events is provided for students 
bv the Intramural Athletic Council. 1 his 
program enables ever\ one who is interested 
to participate in an event ot his choice. 
Fraternity men and independents alike have 
an eijual opportunit\' to participate, since 
pla\<)fts follow the conclusion ot each sports 
event to decide the campus champion. The 
Intramural season begins with touch football 
in rhe tall, and ends with Softball and track 
and field in the spring. .Among some of the 
other sports offered arc swimming, w ater 
polo, tennis, wrestling, handball, table 
tennis, shuftleboard, golf, horseshoes, and 
riHe marksmenship. 




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MONOGRAM CLU 



Honorary Organization For Varsity Athletes 

OKFICKRS 

I'irsitifiil (.1111(1,1 Rik:hie 

\'hr-l'irudciit l)\w Ik'DD 

Secretary S wi Jokdan 

rr,\iiinrr ji uuv West 



Bol)l,\ Allen 
jiihn Ashliurn 
.Krrv B.,ll 
\\:irrcn BI(...Js\ 
Joe HiiiU'ciittcr 
Bob Bray 
Bobby Brow n 
Dave Budd 
Joe Chandler 
Al ("onover 






MKMBI RS 




l.urher Cooke 


Ja\- Franklin 


Ceorge Ritehie 


Mike Cox 


W inston I'ureh 


B.ibl.N Robinson 


Pete MannuiL; 


Jerrv (.alehouse 


Bill Skippon 


/eno Xkirtin 


James ( ieiger 


Bob Smith 


P.ol, AlcCrearN 


Ken ( .lover 


Norman Siiead 


lonmn Mills 


John FFiniilton 


1 lorace Steadman 


Jerrx Miteliell 


Allv Hart 


Jetr\ Steele 


Carl Miinn 


Julian 1 leatb 


1 tie Ibomas 


Harry Nelson 


Ken 1 lull 


Ronnie Thomas 


John Xi/nik 


I .amar Ingram 


Rodd\ Ihomason 


Budd\ \oruood 


Paul Jaeobs 


Bill liirner 


( 'harlie Parker 


Buck Jollv 


bunnn \'aui;hn 


\i,k Parella 


Sam Jordan 


Duke Weeks 


Jolin Parton 


Jack Karcher 


Jerr\ West 


Pill Cullen 


Wair l.ang 


Watt W hire 


\ul.re\ Curne 


Jim I ,anier 


1 u lu \\ iggins 


P,irr\ Davison 


Xeil MaeLean 


Bill W ilhamson 


Ken 1 errell 


Jim Pearee 


i^iul W liner 


l.arrv lleisher 


Jim Ptohl Jr. 


\\a\ne WoKf 


Charlie Forre 


Bob Plemmons 


Bob WMine 



144 



WHITE JACKETS 



Intramural Participation Organization 
for Women 



MilliL- Blanton 
Mjrv Lcc Britt 
Fcbc Broaduay 
Barbara Brown 
Jo I lien Brooks 
Carol Ann Canady 
Bcrt\ ( .odu in 
jane ( irLcr 
Bcttv Lou Holliticld 
Butch Houscr 
Jo Anne 1 )o\\ ard 
Cornie Huskins 
Fran |oycc 



\n MBFRS 
Bet[\- Kinir 
I'.lga l.otnn 
Phyllis Lowe 
Carolvn McBee 
F.laine McCrary 
Margaret Ann McDonald 
Susie McCiahey 
r liz.aheth Measemcr 
Jean Moore 
(.lenda Mvcrs 
Janie Dale Poole 
Janice Priode 
Hessic Severt 



Barbara Smith 
Hilda Sutton 
Libby Tarlton 
Saundra Tucker 
Cirace Wallace 




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CTIVITIES 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT 




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I liL- \c.ir 1459-6(1 Siiu niarn cli;int;es in the make-up 
1)1 studi.nt government. Oinstitutional changes, Krcsh- 
iiK-n Parents' Weekend, and a state student legislature 
\Mtli Wake Forest as host, were some of the highlights 
i>t the year. There were also important ehanges in the 
procedures which govern the legislature, such as a 
stringent attendance rule. 

.As in preceding \ears, student government performed 
the customary functions ot holding elections, providing 
transportation tor students to the athletic contests, as 
well as maintaining a liaison with the administration. 

Some ol the more important constitutional changes 
were the abolishment ot the executive cabinet and the 
Building and (irounds Committee, and the establish- 
ment ot a Board ot Dormitory Damages. This new 
committee replaced the now defunct Building and 
(irounds ("ommittee. 

I he freshmen Parents' Weekend in its second year 
of operation as a student government proiect proved 
to he lust as successful as the previous \ear. Parents 
were provided with lodging, a liant]uet, and an oppor- 
tunit\ to get acquainted with the campus. 

1 he legislature, meeting ever>' two weeks, proved 
to (irter an abundance ot students who were willing 
to devote their time so that student government might 
operate smoorhlw Ihe legislators worked on the election 
committee, freshmen Parents' Weekend committee, 
parking committee, and the constitutional re\ision 
committees. 



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HONOR COUNCIL 



Scir<.-a (,r„r, AJjms. Wliukrr. 'I,mpl,l,w. Huikhy. Tho„ips,.ll. 
Fuller. Sranding: hrmkrsmi. H >,/, Kihlnn. Hrrrm-i. Ho-^rrs. 
Srrum, Ez-erftt, Al/ord. 



First rou : Ckilkwi. hms. B.wa.m. Yoiuim. Marvui. Currait. 
Second row. Turnrr. Wasistrr. I'jrhr. Ez:,ll. IXw.ds. HnlhrJ. 
Maddrry. Third r.iu : \VlntU\. (,.lUlw:ne. Hinlrsr.n. Vrwdr. 
Foolf. Gitrdner. 



LEGISLATURE 




149 




W. G. A. 



The Wiim.m's C i()V(.rni7icnt Assdcuukui conipciscil ol all 
women studcnrs ot tlic college spent a busy year decorating 
for dances, attending socials, "discussing'" rules, and trying to 
(it studying into their already crowded schedules. 

The annual Christmas and Magnolia dances and the co-ed 
sponsored caroling party on the plaza topped the list of the social 
activities. However, it was not a \car ot all play and no work, 
tor prolileiiis arose and man\ ot the needed adiustments were 
made. 




Homr rn'snUjils: IniiplftfM. Gmr. Ilejrnk. Hrm.t-^ 



Thr 1 1 >,//,,,«'.( Goirnimem Asiochitmii (maud. 




150 




W. R. A 



lirsi r(.« : Ul.,. MtDtim. (.J//.I./.1, Lo/tm. CUuaii. Mlhhnr, 
M'iley, Brooks, U'jlljce, Collins. Second row; Stutth, U'/.yt;;>/j. 
Priviie, Greer, Bro^^-der, Tucker, Liidlum, Severt, McDonald, 
Foole. 



First row; BLmloiK U.de. Harris. Ri«sl'ee. Bejsley, Milchem, 
Uillard, Hopkins. Second row; H'llluviis. .Mmhcx^s. Berry, 
Broach, Earp, Roysler. Reynolds. Honeycim. Third row: 
Thompson, Breedlove, Liidliim. .Moore, Cross, Griffin, tail. 
Fourth row; Siniersoii. Hotlinzsiiorfh, B.irhee. Mills.ips. 
Floyd, Sorrell. 



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Barbara Sa/riet 



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BAND 



I'hylhs Hfdnck 



riir M;irchiiiy IX^icims had a very succcsstul 
scasDii 1)1 fiintljall pagcantrx rliis \(.ar, jxr- 
fiirniint; ar all rhac home gaiiKs and dmr aua\ 
t;aniL-s, 1 he CDncert l)and was also quire active 
with tour concerts. It presented two student 
chapel programs, a tormal evenintr concert and 
an outdoor concert diirint; the Magnolia 
Festival. The l.ittle S\niphon\' was organized 
this year as a permanent organization and 
appeared several times in performance. In 
hebniar\\ it accompanied a campus projiietion 
of" I he Medium" li\ Alenotti. 




CHEERLEADERS 




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PUB BOARD 




I he Board is made up nl the cdimrs and 
business managers ai'Y\ii. llciwi in. Old (iold 
and Black. The Slndrnl. and the station and 
Imuiess mangers of W'l'DI). 

Hacult\' advisers never inrertered with the 
students' freedom of expression. \\'hen mis- 
takes were made, the advisers allowed the 
students to find themselves. But every editor 
knew his adviser was ready if a situation 
ealled tor his aid or adviee. 

Members of Pub Board were John .Alford, 
president; Tommy Chambers, viee-president, 
Janet Binklex', seeretary and .-Xnne \\ hieker, 
treasurer. Other members were Bill Smith, 
Rowland Matteson, Dick Moore, Brent 
Kilson, and Lionel Branscomb. 



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1 he- campus radio srarinn \\'FIJ)1) is (ipi.ratcd b\- 
the- students to serve the students. N'aried programs of 
popular and classical music are presented. Many 
programs designed to keep the students informed on 
pertinent problems were also aired. The station has 
endeavored to bring to the student bod\' of Wake 
Forest ("ollege the music, news and speci.il events 
\xhich udl better educate and entertain tl'.ose who 
listen. 



»/'. Iliiumsi \LuLiv 




K.n Smilh.ud. (liirl Animi,ii,i^ 
lumiin ClhimlHri. Sl.ilKw M.uhiKr 



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Old (iold and BLuk occupies rhc central offices of 
an illustrious PUB ROW and is in the center of campus 
happenings and concerns. John Alford, his small 
nucleus of assistants, and the liod\' of ().(;. \H. news 
gatherers took over a proud heritatre of "All Ameri- 
can" and accepted the charge to continue Old (lold's 
tandards ot tacts gathering, objective reporting, 
and new s analysis. They have dared when necessary 
ro trample "forbidden ground" in their quest to locate 
tacts truths -uherever the\' ma\' tie found. .AnNthing 
that dueetK concerns Wake forest (College has found 
Its \\.i\ into prmt, often tiansposmg the bounds of 
personal (|ualnis or friendships. I acli issue of Old 
(iiild diid BLuk is a separate entit\, with a ne\v fice, 
a new personality, the oHspring ot uncounted hours 
ot clacking ke\s and toiling minds. Monday afternoon 
assignments have liecome Saturday morning deadlines, 
all-night coni|uests have become ,\londa\ morning 
rriuni|ihs. and Iren/ied rushes to meet 2:20 a.m. and 
6:01) a.m. deadlines have liecome another year of a 
cumbrous, rewarding task well-acquitted. Here are 
mirrored the shortcomings and the attributes of an 
intricate oruamzation Wake loresr (^illei;e. 




Rji Rolhns. AisiMN! FJitor. 




rj!l„ri.il Sl.iff- Fiiil.iMiw. Stlmiiiiihihr. Allen. Roiir. Martin. Griffith. Iitirrniig.lis. H. 




THE STUDENT 




"A i;(.-ncr.il rnrcrcst nugazinc trying to be- an 
expression of the thdughts and activities of Wake 
l-nrest students." In the words of editor Janet BinUley, 
this statement sums up what this year's Student 
Magazine staff has been striving for. This year we 
have had si.x issues of The Student, each w ith a theme 
earned out in the cover, the articles, and the editorials, 
te.itured have been hterar\- works including short 
stories, poems, and essays, furnishing ways of ex- 
pression tor many members of the college, as ucll as 
articles having general appeal. .A complete picture of 
college life that all people connected with the college 
will be interested in has been a mam purpose for this 
\ear's magazine. Assisting I'ditor Binklcy have been 
the business manager, Dick Moore, who has handled 
the finances, and other staff members without whom 
publication would not have tiecn possible. Ibgether, 
the\' have seen an ever increasing circulation of their 
work anion'.' alumni and advertisers. 



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158 





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Dukir Mmrt. Husiilm Mum^e 



li.tn 1.,'P .ul.l (In. ln,l;K -III Suit 





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THE 1960 



O W L E 





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Ann, W liuker. <„-/.. I, I 



l:.lllonj' Sl.lfl: (,r,iS. \Uutul. Ulll^lia. H,'.nl,'\. I'hrlps. U'.jUr 




160 



Ihc Howi KK Start IS ri.spc)nsiblc tor onK one pulili- 
cation each year, but it is widely atjreed that the aca- 
demic year would nor he complete without a Wake 
Forest HowLKR to bring back the pleasant and some- 
times unpleasant memories tor each student. I^ong 
hours the start members worked to get out this year's 
all-important edition — advertisements were solicited, 
copy was written, people were contacted, pictures 
were taken, and rinalK the last package ot rough copv 
was in the publisher's hands. .All concerned breathed 
a sigh of relief and settled back to w ait for the day 
their hard work would be returned to them in the form 
ot the 1960 Howler. Looking back, the hours weren't 
too long, the work w asn't too hard, and the results are 
worth the trouble — undergraduates will be back to 
take part again and seniors will miss the last minute 
hustle — it's good to know you have a part in this 
eagerly awaited publication. 



Hrdrick. Hnrtiw. /..iJy.v. Rlisimss Staff. 
Rr,-^Lmd \lMt/s,„l. Hlinnrss M.uUKir. 





161 



E U' S 




Thr \lrmhr, of ll„- Imz,I. 



The I'.uZL-lian I,ircT;ir\ Socii.t\' of Wake Fiircst 
Cnllcgc has aluay.s realized the importanc-e of intel- 
lectual and cultural advancement fcir its members. 
Now, more than ever, do they stress the necessity 
for having an alert and uell-educated student body. 

I'he organization under the leadership of Janet Hinkley 
has planned varied pnit;rams to carrx- out rhis goal. 

These programs have included a discussion on oriental 
philosoph\- by Professor (^hee and an organ demon- 
stration b\ Dr. Robinson. .Also the members presented 
programs ot student participation, the purpose of which 
was to give the participants self-eonlKience and poisr 
in their literary endeavor. 



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The PhildmatliLSi.in I,iri.r.ir\' Societx tiLtran the 
voar b\ undergoing a complete reorganization. A new 
set of l)\laus was adopted to complement the new- 
constitution. Emphasis has shitted from "book re- 
ports"" to original work. The social aspect o( the 
society life has returned, (ireater emphasis has been 
placed fin impromptu work and each meeting .sees stu- 
dents give short talks «ith no preparation on subiects 
selected at random. The Phdomathesian Literary 
Societ\- looks forward to the coming \ears under it.s 
new system. 



163 





STUDENT 
UNION 



The Student L riKin in its second year of organization 
has become one i>l the leading sponsors of campus 
activities tor fiaternit\ men, coeds, and independents. 
Most ot the varied interests ot students are catered to 
through the work ot Student Lnion committees. Some 
ot the activities sponsored b\- the Student Union are 
lectures, campus movies, bridge and bilhard tourna- 
ments, and dances. Through this organization and its 
tunetions aims have been made to render a united bod\' 
of students at Wake Porcst College. 



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CHAPEL 



Kvery Tuesday and I hursday morning at ten o'clock 
one can sec the entire student body of Wake Forest 
entering Wait Chapel. This year, through the work of 
the Chapel Committee with Dwight Pickard as chairman 
ot this committee, and Joe Grubbs serving as Chapel 
Speaker, the students have heard many varied and 
interesting programs. Among these have been lectures, 
book reviews, music programs, and speeches of inspi- 
ration from renowned speakers visiting from all parts 
ot the state. Dr. Hollingsworth, in his first year serving 
as Chaplain here at Wake Forest, has become a friend 
as well as advisor to the stuelents. His talks are among 
those of greatest inspiration and encouragement. 



ORIF.NIATION COMMHIIF 



l/,!./,/r,v, Grnr. Hf,hhx, 




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Drm.iiill, lil.uiU.ii, D,mtor 



Ch.ipil nffirs liijiin iif mednatmii. 





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B. S. U. 



I Ik- Baptist Stiide-nt Union is nnc "t" Wake Forest's 
most active organizations. Its mam purpose is to sponsor 
the various religious activities on campus as the Sunday 
School, the 1 raining Union, and an active extension 
team. 

PeriodicalK' the student body is ottered the oppor- 
tunity ot attending various and interesting supper 
forums with programs by faculty members, students, 
and distinguished guests. The annual pre-school retreat 
is well attended and plays a large part in starting the 
year oft "on the right foot." Another important function 
is rhe vesper services that are held every Monday 
through Friday evenings in Davis Chapel. These activi- 
ties are under the direction of the B.S.U. (xnincil made 
up of representatives of each activity. 

A neucomer to the Wake Forest organization is 
Deniouth Blanton, the Director of B.S.U. activities. 
He has made a \\ elconie addition and competent advisor. 
President Ma.\ Deal has led his large group in attaining 
the principal B.S.U. ideal "to train and retain mature 
Christian leadership within the Baptist group." With a 
foundation as sound as tins, we can be assured of hearing 
much of the B.S.U. 



166 




RETREAT 



Onc- oJ !hr hi-j,lrjiis of tilt praciiool Tftrtat, htU at Camp Hants, 
\.as a -j^orship sff-jue in the inspiring out-of-doors. 



Da^id Snyder, Bobby ReJ-Kitne, Jim Battcom lead the extension team 



EXTENSION 




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I he (^antcrhiirN ('lull, an organizatiiin tor Episcopal students, 
has hLcn active- this year. Under the guidance of The Reverend 
(ieorge \. Kemp, assistant Rector of St. Paul's Church and cluLi 
chaplain, the ckil) has enioved discussions and speakers. I his C^lub 
gives to its inemliers an fipportunity to use their influence as Chris- 
nans in everyday campus lite. 



CANTERBURY 



Westminster lellou ship, the campus organi/.ation tor Presliyterian 
students, is tor these students the equivalent ol 1 raining Union tor 
Baptist students. I'his year discussions have lieen held each Sunday 
night on various topics ot interest which would enable the students 
to better live a day by day Christian life. Memtiers have also visited 
the homes ot taculr\' members for informal net-toiiethers and discus- 



WESTMINSTER 





WESLEY 



1 he Wesley Foundation is composed ot members ot the Methodist 
Church who have expressed a desire to continue active participation 
on the Wake Forest campus. They devote their time, interest and 
ability to this particular phase of religious growth. 



CULLOM 
MINISTERIAL 



The CuUom .Ministerial Conference embraces our ministers ot 
tomorrow. They come together to discuss, to plan and to uork ef- 
fectively behind various spiritual and intellectual activities on campus. 
This is iust one of the religious organizations that pla\s an important 
role in students" 





IRC 



I he InrLrn^itional Rciarions C:iul) 
of W'jkc- Forest Oillcgc, artiliatcd 
with the Internatidnal Association, is 
an organization devoted to the iinder- 
standiny of world atlairs. The ehih, 
eomposed ol twenty members, fea- 
tures at Its meetings debates, lectures 
b\- well-known international figures, 
and filmstrips on various international 
events. A highlight of the \ear is 
participation in the Model United 
Nations held at one of the colleges 
in the state. Officers of the club are: 
David Hadle\\ president; Bob Day, 
vice-president; and Delores Hamp- 
ton. seeretar\ . 



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CHRISTIAN 

EDUCATION 

and 

SERVICE 

The Christian fducation and Ser\- 
ice Club is composed of men and 
women who are interested in be- 
coming Directors of C'hristian l',du- 
cation or in doing any t\pe of C^hns- 
tian service. In preparation for this 
important life's work, the members 
are given practical c\perience b\ 
carr\ing out several projects, liob 
Redwme, as president has been 
instrumental in continuing the club's 
ideals of education and service as 
the\' are related to the (Christian 
faith. 



Pratlical experume n am iij ihr aims ijj llie 




170 



DEBATE 

The m5V-6U dcbatL- sclKxiiilc be- 
gan with a Novice Tournamcnr 
sponsored by \\'akc Forest. In No- 
vember the debaters brought home 
six trophies from the Carobna Foren- 
sies Tournament in Columbia. S. (".. 
by u mning first place in both the 
varsity and novice divisions. \\'al<e 
Forest was also host to the Dixie 
Classics, the Southern Speech .Associ- 
ation, the Atlantic Coast Conference 
Tournament and the North Carolina 
High School Speech and Debate 
Festival. Besides the Novice Fourna- 
ment, a new trip for the debaters u as 
one to the West Indies. The college 
also entertained students ot the Uni- 
versity College of the West Indies 
In October two guest debaters from 
Cambridge University participated in 
a public debate with Wake Forest 
students. 




Th, D.h.iU Club h.i> np,Y„,il,.l 11"../, I„r,il -„■,//. 



] .D.C. ntfmbt-n Jtuuii politu\iI pros and i 



YDG 




The V)ung Democrats C;iub of 
Wake Forest has iust completed a 
successful year under the guidance 
ot President Charles A. Horn, second 
> ear law student. The State Conven- 
tion held in Asheville was attended 
b\- a large representation of the \\ake 
Forest Club. The highlight of the 
convention, as lar as our club was 
concerned, occurred when C^harles (i. 
I urr, a third \"ear law student and a 
delegate from Wake Forest, was 
elected State 1 reasurer by acclama- 
mation. Wake Forest helped the 
lcirs\th (;iuh with the installarion 
services tor state officers for 1960-61. 
-\ dinner and dance at the Robert F. 
Fee Hotel added to the memories of 
this occasion. Prominent speakers 
have been on hand throughout the 
\ear to inform and enterr.im the 
group. 



171 



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Mrmheji of Alfha Kappa Psi. 



Alphvi Kappa Psi is one of the two Business Fnitcrnltics on campus. It offers oppor- 
tunir\' for an individual to develop his character, abilities, and personalit\-, and supplies 
incentive tor their improvement. The Fraternity usually makes several local and out- 
ot-town tours of interesting companies. Speakers from various business fields also aid 
in the development of college education in business. Each year the A.K.P. Scholarship 
Key is awarded to the male commercial student of the senior class having the highest 
scholastic average for the last three years. 



AKT 



The (iamma Nu (Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi is composed of men who are maioring 
in Business Administration and are interested in obtaining a closer affihatinn with the 
business world of today. 

Throughout the school year members of the fraternity arc able to hear speakers 
trom the various areas of business. In conjunction with these speakers, tours are made 
ot many outstanding business firms in this area. It is felt that these means will enable 
the members to obtain a keen insight into business practices of today. 



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This year the Alpha Phi Omega Service Fratcrnir\- has extended its hand of service 
to many areas ot campus hte. Among other activities it pubMshed a studcnt-facultv 
directory, operated a book exchange, was host to the Regional A. P.O. Conference 
with schools from all over the Southeast represented, and sponsored the L'gly .Man 
Contest. The officers are: Dave .McXeely, President; Joey Carter, 1st \ ice-President; 
Hayes Hatley, 2nd Nice-President; Bill Stamey, Recording Secretary; Sam Leaman, 
Corresponding Secretary; Fred .Musselwhite, Treasurer; Gary Lopp, Historian. 
Dr. Kceton is chairman ot the Advisory Committee. 



Projects ot IX-lta Kappa Nu have included buildmg a lil)rar\ for shorthand records, 
a library ot business education books to aid student teachers in the field of business, 
and doughnut sales each Sunday morning. 1 he club presents an annual a« ard, a Chip- 
pendale bow I, to the Outstanding Business Woman Student of the Year. 1 his aw ard 
was presented to Shirley Fisher for 19.^8-.^9. 

Representatives from various companies have been invited to speak. Among these 
w as a representative from Piedmont Publishing Company who gave helpful information 
on the correct procedures in applying for a job. One meeting was held jointiv w ith the 
boys" business fraternity who invited Delta Kappa Nu to hear a speech by an AFL- 
C"IO Labor Union representative. 

The officers for Delta Kappa Nu for 19.^9-60 are: President, .Mary Jo Futrell; 
\'ice-President, Ph\llis Hedrick; Secretarx-Reporter, Phyllis Johnson; Treasurer, 
Carolyn Paschal, and Social Chairman, janelle Smith. 



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ORGAN 
GUILD 

I Ik- Wake liifLSt Organ duilii uiidcr the- 
•uispiccs lit the AriKTican (iuiM of Organists 
and sponscircii In Dr. Paul Rdlimson, is for 
students of the organ. The meetings, held once 
a month, are led by Raymond Kbert, president; 
Ruth Sorrell, secretary, and Dot Bishop, publicit)' 
chairman. Some of the projects of" the club this 
\ear were visiting organs in various churches 
111 \\ inston-Salem, having members participate 
m programs of the Winston-Salem organ guild, 
and keeping a scrapbook of articles and pictures 
I rum llic DhipSfi/i, a national organ magazine. 
In .iddition to these undertakings, the guild also 
sponsored six organ recitals by some of its 
talented members. 



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CHAPEL 
CHOIR 



I Ik- ChapL-l Choir is composLii of (.-ight)' voicx-s undir tlic direction 
of Dr. Thane McDonald. The choir sings for the chapel service 
every Tuesday morning and other programs throughout the year. 
The members are not necessarily music maiors liur students who 
arc interested in music as a hobby and enjoy singing. 



TOURING 
CHOIR 



The forty members of the 'liiuring Choir are selected trom the 
larger Chapel Choir. In the past, they have toured from New ^ork 
to Florida and have been called the ".Ambassadors of ( iood Will." 
In the spring the choir members are busy ncarK ever\ week end 
with trips covering much of North Carolina, South C.arohna, and 
\ ireinia. 




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The Maritimcrs Aquatics Club 
ot Wake Forest College consists 
of students who are interested in 
and enjoy swimming. Although the 
club specializes in synchronized 
s\\ imming and water skills, swim- 
mers do not need to be experts to 
belong. Leading the Maritimers 
this year was the job of" Jo Ellen 
Brooks, the president. Again this 
year the club produced its annual 
spring show during which the 
Miss Maritimer award was pre- 
sented. 



MARITIMERS 



ORCHESIS 




T he Orehesis Dance Club is for 
those students on campus who have 
an interest in modern dance. The 
club has been led this year by 
President Shirley Bridges with 
Mrs. William Ogdcn as advisor. 
A Christmas recital was presented 
as a climax for the fall semester 
and a trip to the Fine Arts Festival 
highlighted second semester. The 
club was also in charge of the 
entertainment for the Magnolia 
hestival this spring. 



176 




ScltL-d Su-inisnii. Safnrl. Rmmin. l-nrman. l;,„lr. Mn.viirr. Standing Riimll. 
Willuwii. U'.iKj-r/T, h'ulnll. Ki«„ii:. Iliiiil. W'lnlrlir.ht. Iiili.w. Hym.w. 



SOCIAL STANDARDS 



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COLLEGE THE ATE 




Ihc Cdlluuc Ihcircr. under the- dirccnon ..f Pro- 
k-ssor JaniL-s Wjltoni, is cmiiprisul nt iii,in\ students 
having many variL-d activities. A student dnesn't neces- 
sarily have to be interested in only acting, as there are 
many other jobs to be done in the group. .Many times the 
audience doesn't realize that the successtulness ot the 
play relics not onl\' on the caliber ot the acting, but the 
efficiency of the people behind the scenes. 

This year six plays were acted out. These shows in- 
cluded "Skin of Our Teeth" by Thorton Wilder, 
Brandon Thomas' comcd\' "Charley's Aunt. " an opera 
"The .Medium, "School tor W ives" by .Moliere, and 
"\bice of the Turtle." L'nder the direction ot Sherr\- 
Dailey, president of the group, the College Theater 
strived to provide entertainment tor all who enjoy the 
theater. 




Thf TOfudutic iriuri-st in ^'Clhirlr\s Aunt.' 



"CHARl.I'VS AUNT" 

by 
Brandon 1 homas 

Brassett Andy Smith 

Jack Chcsney Jan Hensley 

Charley V\ ykeham Roger Burr 

Lord Fancourt Babberly Bill Walton 

Kitty \'erdun Sherry Daile 

Amy Spettigue Lucia Polloc 

Sir Francis Chcsney Percival Perr\ 

Stephen Spettigue D. L. Smiley 

Donna Lucia d'Alvadorez .Martha .Matherh 

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Sir John I'lcrclKT , Roger Burr 

Michael Broun Sam Allen 

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Madame llura I cIkI Kalrcr 

Monica lean Burmughs 

Toby "Rick Mcdiock 

Mr. Gobincau David Bcal 

Mrs. Gobincau Anne Hocutt 

Mrs. Nolan Judith .Morris 




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The R.O.T.C. Cadcr Corps at Wake Forest is or- 
ganized into a Cadet Battle Group. Cadets hold officer 
and non-commissioned officer ranks in the Cadet Corps, 
and under the supervision of Regular Army Officers, are 
responsible tor the command, discipline, administration, 
and training ot the Battle Group. 

Activities open to members of the Cadet Corps are 
the National Honorary .Military Societies of Scabbard 
and Blade and Pershing Rifles, the R.O.T.C. Rifle 
Team, the R.O.T.C, Band and the Drill Platoon. 

All cadets in the advanced R.O.T.C. course attend a 
si.x week camp during the summer follow ing their junior 
year. During the camp period cadets live as soldiers and 
receive training in many phases of military life. The 
emphasis durmg training at summer camp is on practical 
application of training that has been received in R.O.T.C. 
classes during the school year. Cadets from Wake Forest 
attend summer camp at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. 

Fach year theW ake Forest companies ot the National 
Honorary .Military societies of Scabbard and Blade and 
Pershing Rifles spon.sor the .Military Ball for members 
of the R.O.T.C. Cadet Corps and their guests. 

Cadets resplendent in dress uniforms with dates in 
beautitui gowns, retershments, good music and colorful 
decorations, have made the .Militar\ Ball a success each 
year. 




183 



PHI BETA KAPPA 



Honorary Fraternity For Men and Women 



John Alexander Alford 

CJeorgc Reginald Bell 

Janet Margaret Binklc\- 

I'dgar Leon Boggs 

Barbara Branson 

Richard Lee Burleson 

Daniel Allen Carroll 

AlariKn Matthews Cook 

Allen Clark Dotson 

Sylvia Marie Ferrell 

Karl Ray Cientr\' 

Phillip Augustus CJriffiths 

David \\'arren Hadley 

Mark Douglas Hawthorne 
Mary Ada Hendrix 
Marcus Baxter Hester 
Thomas Waddell Hill 
Benjamin Law rence Hone\cutt 
Judith I'.laine Jeftrevs 
Marcus Sexton Law rence 
Willis Crocker Maddrey 
Zeno Martin, Jr. 
Martha Ann Mason 
Kay Frances Moore 
Dan Lincoln Morrill 
Elaine Montgonier\- McOary 
Julia Elaine Nance 



MLMBi RS 



Patricia Ann O'NVil 
Nathan Frank Orovitz 
Janice Mac Priode 
Ck-orge Blackburn Prudcn, Jr 
Doris Gene Privctte 
Gayle I.dward Ramsey 
Frederick Strickland Rolater 
Donald Owen Schoonmaker 
Kermir Wayne Smith 
Wallace (^la\ton Snipes 
Saundra Reata Tucker 
Charles Thomas Waldrop 




185 



OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 

Honorary Leadership Fraternity For Men 





Ml MBFRS 




Jdhn Altnal 




Don Scliocinniakcr 


Dick Burksnn 




Kcrniit Sniirli 


Bill Culkn 




Jim Hirncr 


"l).,c- MadRV 




BudeU ^ount; 


Nl-iI Mad .can 




Dr. Robert .\1. Helm 
Dr. John W. Noucll 
l)r, 1 lcnr\ Stroiipc 
Dr. i:duin \\il,s(,n 




OFFICERS 

Prfsicifiit Dick Burleson 

i 'Hi--l'ri-$nieiil Jim Turner 

'l'ri;js/irer Neii. M.\c:I.e.\n 

Si-cretjry Don Sc:ikk)N.\iakkr 



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TASSELS 



l.lcw B.iucom 
J.inet Binklcy 
Kaliian Broadway 
Fran Joyce 
Janic Dale Poole 
Anne W hicktr 
Miss Dot Casev 



ership Society For Women 


MFMBFRS 




Miss 


Lois Johnson 


Mrs 


Beulali Raynor 


Mrs 


Mar\' Robinson 


Mis 


1 lizabcrh Wright 


Mis 


Marjoric Crisp 


Mrs 


Malinda Ovcrby 


Mrs 


Shirlc>' Hanirick 



OFFICERS 

President Janet Binkley 

1 'ice-President Fran Joyce 

Seiret,ir\-Tre,isurer Fabian Broadway 

Soiijl Chairman Janice Priode 







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WHO'S W 

Among Students in American 
Colleges and Universities 



John A 1 ford 
George Armstrong 
Janet Binkle\ 
FaliLin BriiadwaN' 
Riehard Burleson 
Donald R. (-anad\- 
William C.Cullen 
Max Deal 
Donnie Gritiin 




David Hadle\' 
James Herring 
Frances Joyce 
Neil Macl.ean 
Willis C. Maddrev 
/eno Martin, Jr. 
Daniel Mi>ur\- 
Janie Dale Poole 
Janice Priode 
Donald Sehoonmaker 
K. Wayne Smith 
\\ illiam 1). Smith 
Ronald I homas 
James liirner 
Anne \\ hicker 
Roliert Yarbrough 
I'xiu'in (). Young 



188 



ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 

Honorary Pre-medical Fraternity 



Ml MBl RS 



Tom BKickliurn 
('hris Bramlctt 
Dan Brandon 
Steve C'nru in 
Bill Davis 
Jini ( Iraliam 
Al I iartncss 
Marcus Lawrence 



Dave McNccly 

Bill McRae 

Willis "Doe" Maddrey 

X'irginia Martin 

Frank Orovit/ 

Don Spoon 

Bill Strum 

Paul V\atson 

Ra\ W'oodlicf 



OFFICFRS 

Prcsidnit W'im.is "Doc" M.\nDRFV 

I 'icc-l'irsiiiei/t Bill McRak 

Sirirhirv Marcls Lawrencl 

I'lcasiin-r Tom Blackburn 

Histoihrii Don Spoon 

Ach-isnr Dr. J. I'. Davis, Jr. 




ALPHA PSI OMEGA 





MEMBI RSHIP 




Sam Allen 




jean Klemniing 


I.LC Bntt 




Jan Hensley 


I'.lainc Byasscc 




Angela Johnson 


Lcia Fayc C'olrrain 




Bill McDuffie 


Sherry l>ailc\ 




Pat Woodward 




President Shkrrv Dailev 

\'ne-Preiiiient I.f.i.a V \\v (^omrain 

Secretary Pa i \Vooi)\\ ard 

Treasurer Lee BRir r 



190 



ETA BETA BETA 



Honorary Biology Fraternity 


I'lamc Kaikx 


Marcus Laurence 


Tom Bhickliiirn 


Willis Maddrey 


Mary l,cc Bntr 


David McNccly 


Steve Coruin 


Geraldinc Moore 


Bill Davis 


Dan Mour\ 


JiKi\ I'lllngham 


John Norman 


(icorgc (iardncr 


Rae Padgett 


James F. (irahani 


Jim Phillips 


Al Harrncss 


Don Spoon 


(ilenda 1 larmcss 


Bill Strum 


Jo Ann Hayes 


Nancy Turtle 


Dot Hill 


Duke Weeks 


I'lizalieth Hopkins 


CaroKn W illiams 


Barbara Hruslinski 


C'harles Mirbrough 


Mary Jean Hunt 




Hideki Iniannira 


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President 


W'ally Snipes 






Secretary 


■P 

MAR(.ARt: 1 Carpenter ^|^^ 


HtstoriiVi 


Bill, McRae \tiJ 


Advisor 


Dr. Britt ^^H 




191 



PERSHING RIFLES 

Honorary Military Fraternity 





MKMBl'RS 




Charles Chatham 




Jack Pcndergraph 


Richard Kulp 




James \ancc 


F^appy Gardner 




Johnn\- Overcash 


John Hamilton 




Thomas Spencer 


Arnon Harris 




Michael Starling 


RodgL-r Krakan 




Krcd Tate 


Harr\' l,c« is 




Frank Teagiie 


Barton .\larc\' 




William \\a\nick 


John Munn 




Oaven \\ illiams 


John Aluse 




Richard Filippi 




OFFICERS 

CniiuihVhiiiiii Ojfiirr Capt. John Munn 

Executive OJficcr Isr Fi. Fred Tme 



192 



ETA SIGMA PHI 



Honorary Classical Language Fraternity 



MF.MBFRS 



John Alford 
William Arrouood 
XapicT Baker 
P. C. Barwick 
Bobby Bowers 
L\niia Oaw tord 
ShcronJ. Dailcv 
I'lizabcth I .irp 
William Alfred Mall 
Mark Hawthorne 
James Hodges 
Nancy Hollingsworth 
Barbara Hruslinski 
f ieorue Terrv |ohnson 



Herbert Lanier 

Eugenia Anne Melvm 

Gladys Morgan 

Patricia Myers 

James O'Xeal 

David Peacock 

Don Schoonniaker 

David Snider 

Mar\' I'lizabeth larlton 

Jerr\' W ilson 

James Ci. \\'oodring 

Dr. C. B. I arp 

Dr. C. \'. Harris 

Mrs. W. V. .McDermorr 



OKKICKRS 

Preudein J.amfs Hodges 

Vitr-Prfsiiinir Da\id Peacock 

Secretary Sheron J. Dailey 

Plyorus Napifr Baker 

Advisor Dr. Earp 




193 



GAMMA SIGMA EPSILON 

Honorary Chemistry Fraternity 






MF.MBFRS 




Reginald Hell 




Juch l.llingham 


Roul.iml Marreson 




( .ill.crr Irani- 


MariKii ( '.luiL 




( Icrald 1 laniprim 


W ill)s ,\l,uldrc\ 




Ru(.Ts 1 lansi>n 


Ihomas Hl.ickliuni 




\lar\ Iran 1 lunr 


l).inirl R.i\ lir.HKicii 




Marvin Slarc 


D.ck Burk-son 




Mary Sri)\\c 


Jnhn l.lniistun 




Slicrnll Ikyc 
I.eRoN Hurler 



OFI'ICFRS 

''"■>''/'"' (aiRls BUAMI Kl I 

Snirl.iry Maiui ^ n Cxkik 

/ riviuircr Riiw i \sii M \ i i kson 

S,'io,;uit-.it-Aniis 1 a R(,\ Hi 1 1 I K 



194 



KAPPA MU EPSILON 

Honorary Mathematics Fraternity 



MLMBHRS 



Janice Allen 
Donald BailcN 
Alfred Hakcr 
\\a\nc Baa- 
Reginald Bell 
Dot Bishop 
Bruce Boteler 
Alvin Bowen 
Chris Bramlett 
Daniel Brandon 
\'ada Bvers 
William Childers, 
.\laril\n C'ook 
Ann Cross 
Allen Dotson 
Margaret Dutton 
Ciilbert Prank 
Icrry Cialehouse 
Karl (ientry 
(lerald Hampton 



Rowland Matteson 
David Mctcair 
Stephen Xemeth 
Frank' Orovitz 
Leslie' Paley 
Robert Plemmons 
Bob Porterticld 
Fred Rolater 
Barbara Sain 
Welma Skipper 
Marvin Slate 
Barbara Smith 
Lou Smith 
William D. Smith 
Mary Stoue 
Saundra Tucker 
Tom Ward 
Paul Watson 
Sid W'inslow 
Ray W'oodliet 



Billy Hauser 




Professor Roland Cay 


Sherrill Hege 




Dr. Ivey C. Gentry 


James Herring 




Dr. Robert Johnson 


Tom Hill 




Professor Kenneth Ra> 


Peggy Hitchcock 




Dr. John Saw \er 


Fred Honrine 






Barbara Horton 






Sara Houser 






Judy Jeffreys 






Terry Johnson 






Billie Keith 






Timoth\- Lam 






Marcus Laurence 






Lvnn Leary 






Xiartha Matherlv 




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OFFICI RS 




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Prcsideiil 


. , Allen 


DorsoN / gyf/, 


I 'ke-President 


. Frank 


Orovitz / g f\. 


Recording!, Secretary 


\ ADA ByERS "'^ '^^ 


Corresponding, Secretary 


Sara 


HoUSER ^«\^ 


Treasurer 


Wayne Bare VW 



195 



PHI ALPHA T 

Honorary History Fraternity 



ETA 





MEMBERS 




Boh Cam 




Mary ( iail Koontz 


Lcia Fayt- Cohr.un 




Beekie Moore 


Joe Occch 




Dan Morrill 


Bob Dav 




r.laine Nance 


Sidncv I'.aglcs 




Janice Priode 


Sylvia I'crrcll 




(ieorge Priiden 


Larr\' Hcishcr 




( ia\le Ramsey 


Donnic ( iritiin 




Fred Rolarer 


Ken HaiiSLT 




Charles Warwick 


jim Hodges 




Millison Whitehead 


Ann Julian 




Kav W right 


Lois Kat/.in 








S,rir;.,r\' 



OFFICERS 



. G?:OR(iE Pruofn 

. . . 1)\N MoltKIl I, 

. . .Elaine N'ancr 



196 



PHI EPSILON KAPPA 

Honorary Physical Education Fraternity 



Dave Adkiiis 
QuiII Alliritton 
Bill Baker 
Jerry Ball 
A! Conover 
Dick ("rompton 
Dr. lavlor Dc.dson 
Coach l.eo I'.llison 
Joe Fielis 
Dick 1 lauser 
Buck Jolly 
Coach Bill Jordan 
Woody Knijjht 
Jimnn- l.anier 
David Lecounr 
Jerr\ Mitchell 



I'lfsidi-iit Hi(io I.K.u is 

I icf-Pri'sideiit Kaki, Munn 

Secretary Buck Lyda 

Treasurer Jesse Jackson 

SeriieiVit-at-Ariiis Dame Philips 

Advisor Dk. Hxkoi d Bakkow 



Jcrrv Odoin 
Jim Plohl 
Don Richardsiin 
George Rirchie 
Coach Jack Stallings 
Jcrr\ Steele 
Wendell Watkins 
leini W'eadock 
Claude Weljster 
Winston \\ lygins 
Pat Wilhams 




197 



.PI KAPPA DELTA 

Honorary Forensics Froternity 





NUMBERS 




Slicrr\ Daiicy 




Barbara Pccle 


Allen Carroll 




Bill Strum 


John Altord 




Bill Home 


Linda ( iuy 




Don Spoon 


Lewis Morgan 




Dick Burleson 


Bob Day 




JoeCirubbs 


Jim Baiicom 




Susie Jones 


'l()ninn Lontr 




Don Sehoonmaker 


Ann 1 Lilian 








OLMCKRS 
I'irsidnjt Dick Bvhi i son 

]'iir-l'irsiiifiit Ji'i' (muisbs 

Sfiirtjry Sl siK Jonks 

Treasurer Don Schoonm akkr 



198 



PHI SIGMA IOTA. 

Honorary language Fraternity 



Jniiici. Xli.in 

}.\uv liinkk\ 
l)(.r Bishnp 

S.ir.iK n Bhinrdn 

B:irbar;i Hninscin 

June ( ircxT 

.M.ir\ lluulncks 

Ben UnncAcutr 

Betty BriiLV Hnuard 

Jnycc 1 liiniphrics 

Judy Jcrt'rc-ys 

\\'.iync Jordan 

Stcdnian kitchc-n 

Susie .\1c(ki1k\- 

I lame Nance 
Jud\- Parker 

Duighr Piekard 
Janiee Prii.de 
( Ki\ le Ramsey 
l.ou Smirh 
Ruth I lien Sorrell 
\ane\ Spr\' 



hrsninit 

1 'uf-Fii-ndfiit .... 
Sfiirnvx-Tn^js/iirr. 



Ra\ Seuell 
Jane I hompson 
Saimdra Tucker 
Florence Weaver 
Ka\ Weston 
.^nne Whicker 
Mr. JeroM .\nders,in 
Mr. Marcel Delg.ido 
Mr. C. W. Faust 
Dr. Ken kceton 
Dr. Harold Parcell 
Dr. J. F. Parker 
Mrs. Paul Robinson 
.Mr. Stahl 
Mrs. Ann Fillet 
Dr. liimlins 



S\eNi)R.\ Tl'cker 
Ben HoNEvciTT 

Fl AINK XWCE 




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. SCABBARD AND BLA 

National Honorary Military Fraternity 



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Ml-MBI RS 



A. H. BulkirJ 
J. ll.Cantrcll, Jr. 
C:. 1). Chirkc, Jr. 
I.. 11. Corbet, Jr. 
F. 1.. Cow^ird 
J. C. i:agk- 
S. S. Faglcs, Jr. 
(;.!.. Frank 
J. L. (iakhoiise 
J. i\1. Ccigcr 
J. C. Haiiiilron 
R. .A. Ilcuitr 
J.O. 1 lodges 
H. W. Idol 
C. H. Keller 
C. N. Kelly 




\y. 1). King 
M. F. Kitchen 
R. B. Kupiszeuski 
I). W. .Metealf 
W. \\. Pari.s, Jr. 
W. IF Pasehal, Ji 
P. W. Foe- 
(i. 1'. Ramsey 

B. 11. Sellers, Jr. 
F. B. Sitron 

\\. .\. Skippon, Jr. 
K. W. Smith 
W. I). Smith 
J. R.Stegall 
11. 11. lavlor, Jr. 
J. T. Turner 

C. T. Waldrop 
J. W. West 

S. W. W mslou 
J. R. ^arbr.)ugh 
J. F. Reed 
P. C. Dillon 
F. 1). Prather 
i:. Fishe-r, Jr. 
C. C;. Peters 



OFFICFRS 

(.aptiUii Jim Turnkk 

l-'irst Lieutenant Jkrry Wesi' 

Seci/ihi l.icincihwt Je)HN C.-\ntrell 

l-'int Serij,eiVit |i,\i Hoi)(;rs 



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AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS 



Wake Forest Student Section 




Ol 1 ICIRS 




Pn-itdfiit F.. l.ARK'i Fabian 




\'ui--Prrsidfiit Piiii II' l)i \NM,\N 




SirrcUuy-'rrciiiirer Dwiii \li ii \i i 




Advnor 1)k. (iKOR(.F_ P. \\n 1 1 \ms, Jk. 




MFMBFRS 




W illiam Childcrs. Jr. C;ml FiVL-ngooJ 




Allen Dotson David Mrtcalf 




Philip DunnaLMn Frank Orovitz 




Frank Ixkcrt Robert Portcrrield 




E. Larr\- Fabian John Primak 




(). Frank ( irithrh. 111 W. I'. Schouald 




Tom Hill Hal Slaughter 




Timothy Lam Richard Stafford 




\\ illiam Ilirner 




North Carolina Academy of Science AtHliate 





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A sad buginnirig ... I he sti.ri.ii riiialK coiiil-s. . . . 
1 lie end of the Hiiss-mobile. . . . (ilaseo studies? 
. . . I.ims; distance calls to \e\vton. , . . ''Are >ou 
gonna graduate?" Hell yes!! . . . Swapping palm 
trees. . . . Conovcr conquers McGee . . . .Pyro- 
maniacs at large? . . . Christmas comes to several 
girls. . . . 1 ' Vanks, 1 ' Rebs, a Pachyderm, and a 
Panamanian. . . . Parties. . . . Smitty — a pitcher. 
. . . Pilgrimages to Tanglewood. . . . Shot down 
again. . . . All night .stands. . . . .Apache Part\'. . . . 
"Termire" . . . "Brillo". . . More parties. . . . ((^en- 
sored). . . . .\la\be I won't graduate. . . . " I he 
Big .Mama". . . . "No Sweat." . . . Pickle the 
IBAI. . . . Bulldog's big week ends. . . . "(;iirt"s 
dead, I know he is." . . . ".Vh ain't no slob. . . ." 
... I he famous goldfish. . . . Wiirkmg at the 
morgue. . . . R.O.I'.C^. lovers. . . . laylor strikes 
out again. . . . Ilell, di't graduate. . . . Potato 
salad and fried chicken. . . . I'.lga reigns. . . . Time 
to start .studying. . . . rushing parties. . . . "See sou 
next September." . . . 



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Row one: Altord. Carney, Clittnn, Davisiin, I vcrttt. 
Row two: George, Glasco, Hass, Picklesimer, Ryan. 
Row three: Smits, Sparrow. Wjrdlau, \\ lute, Veatts. 



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RiLsliiiiu cifl With ;i t;ri.;it st;irt. . . . I)(innic niui 
S|iiHiiiic sriicKiiig' ... R. II. .".IcL'ps rhroiiuh ihitts. 
. . . Iiilinnie .\liKir;i,s. . . . .AiidtlKT (irrck Week 
tropin'. . . . Stcelnian goes to Raleigli. . . . ( iung-lio 
pledges. . . . Park S-WW . . . Hiirnion\- on trio 
songs. . . . Setback. . . . Fatliead. . . . B. 15.15. B. . . . 
Snead tearing up football records. . . . Larry 
Campbell and Phil Archer. . . . FriendK l'end\' 
lenderman. . . . Bos and Razor Blade on crutches. 

inner and Si|uint get in a game A lover's 

holiday: (^hris, .\ver>', and Leeds lost their pins; 
Pot, Bunns, Don, and Doug gave diamonds. ...(). H. 
gets a date. . . . Reg B. is seen. . . . Them \'irginia 
l)o\s. . . . 'ledd\' Bear wears his pm. . . . 1 larr\- 
gets dropped. . . . "('" team wins a game. . . . Jack- 
son's I niporium. . . . I).('..\. minus '. . . . Ward's 

car missing. . . . Pledges take a walk \larr\ 

makes out. . . . Jewell's loosers. . . . 'lagoo. . . . 
Izell's cigars. . . . Farmer's dancing Ics.sons. . . . 
Campbell ties another one on. . . . Playboy parrv. 

. . . Kit Blazers Lhe Sailor's Ball ( )ur 

tourtli \ear was the greatest. . . . 



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R(i\\ one: A\"cock. Bell, Botckr, Barrow. Branilctr. Brown, (..irroll, Collins, (.olonna. 

Row two: C.ouard, lack-, I'zzcll, IVmkrson, (.raliam, Harrncss, Haskell, Haw thornc, Jackson. 

Row three: Keller, Kerr, l.amlierr, Lewis. I, vail, Mitchell, Newlin, Pell. Philpott. 

Row tour: Rollins. Smith. Snead, Spoon, Steelnian, Teagiie, I honias. Ward. 





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DELTA 
SIGMA PHI 



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I Ik- \X';ir started i)lt w ith a bany, an LimictlatL-cl 
f(Mitliall team and a post-season "(Irass Houl" 
irties continued at Booe's summer 
rate . . . the rush party at Stultz's. . . . IJave 
takes a late ride uith the pledges. . . . Banjo-cycs 
and his gang. . . . Brothers Hudnor and Parker 
are married. . . . The Rose Ball was great! . . . 
Robert I'. I.ee banquet was very imprcs.sive and 
like old times. ... 1 he hrst snow brings on a battle 
w ith the 1 beta C^bi's. ... 1 he colorguard at the 
C'lemson basketball game. . . . 1 here ain't no \\a>' 
that Taylor can be playing golf at 3 o'clock in the 
morning. . . . Joe battles the noisy pipes in the 
4th Hour atne. . . . Doe's glasses fog up at the 
.\l(inda\' night meetings. . . . We will all remember 
the Kingston I no and the "stolen" ear. . . . We 

began growing beards in Januar\' \liinn shapes 

up the k.-\ drill team. . . . Old South was a blast" 
( 'tab's furniture is missing again. , . . Spring brought 
on the late hi>urs. . . . e.xam.s . . . graduation . . . 
iiood hiek to the seniors! . . . 



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Rnw tui>: (iLiiiLT, llikiniir, Mundlcx , Kmil', Kirchin S.. Kitchin II., \laddri.\, Mjrtin. 
Rc.u thrcv: \IcAvikv. McCAirrv. Munn, Murr.iv, O'Nc.d. Phillips. Rcilcy, Sitton. 
Rou lour: Smith. Sctadni.)n. Wiird, \\ illianis. W dliamson. N'auuhan. 







Miss Lou Ruhev 





KAPPA 
ALPHA 



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.Stjmlirig (,i,i Hiiriii. S,rr,l.n\; Im ( rmli. (,r.„i,l \l.iMr: ,./ 
r,r,- „,„«„■,. Sitting \l.,h„lw L.„l,n-. Irr.fiNrtr, llim.uj 
Hull.u.i. rnu.lail. 





I 111. \c;ir starrcu (.Ntrinii.K well lor the Kiipp^i 
Sigs. . . . \M- «,,n the scholastic tropin tor the 
prcccdin>; \c.ir. . . . Brother C^hirk Molt returned 
Ironi a \ear's so|ourn to the L'niversit\- of Mexico. 
... 20 top pledges. . . . Robinson, Lamer, and 
("urrie cavort on the gridiron. . . . (ireek Week 
hiids ('olc\ pinned. . . . Nelson, Robinson. I.anicr, 
( ■rublis, (jivington all follow suit. . . . parties pro- 
\'idc rela.xation troni rigorous study schedule of 
Rathskeller, Longbottoms,' movies and I \'. . . . 
Ileuetr captains 'W team. . , . West gets married 
over ("hristmas. . . . Ihornton, Rogers, ('ovington, 
and Downing give diamonds. . . . Brewer a 
genuine part\- lio\ . . . . Starling anti .Morrow take 
turns cutting each others throat. . . . linld and 
Kenned\ help Norwood direct athletics. . . . Kermit 
No, I in !<.().('. . . . Raxinond continues to lead 
cheers. . . . Oeech, Rogers. I.ovell, and Tax lor 
keep the road to (i'horo hot. . . . .Malcolm sweats 
our finances. ... II. \'. moves into chemistr\- 
lab. . . . Ro\ ster, Jones, and How en phig awav at 
law school. . . . 



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k(i\\ (int.-: AkxandLT. Alltrocid, Brai;g. Biill.ini. Burns A.. Burns N.. t.arrcr, (.hatin. (,olc\ . 

Row tu(i: Oivingtnn, Crews, Curric, Dciuing, (irublis, Harrcll I'.., Harrcll J.. HL-uctt, Holland. 

Rou thrcv: Holt, Kenned)-, Lamer M., Lamer J., Lovell, Medlin, Miller, Morrow. Nance. 

Row four; Nelson, Norwood. Rogers, Smith, Stancil, Starlmg. Stephenson, Strum, S\kes. 

Rou hve: Tavlor, Thornton, Todd, \\'ai;oner, Webb, West, W'hitlev. 



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KAPPA 
SIGMA 



211 



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St.mding Hr.h ('nimplrr. Trrasiirer: Sitting Hunt l-iU 
lur-}'mtJnit: Rin llliy.liri. Sf(r,l.u\: \l,h Str.ui,, 
I'miJait. 





Thct.1 liui cciLlirntcd Its 35tli w.ir m liigh 
style. ... A supLTiDr rush program brought 2S nuu 
men into the ehapter. . . , I'.lections placed Carl 
Hoffman in office as High Alpha and left Rov 
and .Mike teeluig rather lost without the worries 
ot the chapter. . . . Graylyn was the scene ot the 
liest White Rose Ball ever. . . . The chapter rooms 
uere redecorated, much to the io\ of all. . . . Dr. 
Keeton, brother, triend, and advisor took leave to 
teach in Florida- our loss and Horida's gain. . . . 
H. F. and ShortN' had been married for six months 
when we discovered it. . . . Phil Poc became a 

lather Maurice had hot and cold running 

romances. . . . Brother l)uff\ hnalK managed to 
get out ot -Argentina ahve. . . . Kecbie went to 
1 lollins every other week to see his own Oescent 
( iirl. ... 12 men graduated and left behind the ioys 
of fraternity and college to go on to higher things. 
... A great year. . . . 



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Row line: Berccs, Hcrr\ . BicSLckcr, Bloodsw orth. Bright, t.runipicr. lennc-ll, liTrLll. 
Riiw t\\(i: F'nrbcs, HorPL', Howell, Hughes, Hutchison, Jones, Karcher, Koontz. 
Ro« three: I.ane\, Al;irler, Minis. Pendegr.iph, Perras\, Poe. Roberts, Snipes. 
Row four SteLidnian, Ischorn. Turner, \'ann. Weeks, W'llkins. 






LAMBDA 
CHI ALPHA 



213 



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/)««/,;,• (,r,JJi„. I'raulfnl 
I ;, Stiiitli. I 'ur-I'mhiriit 
l„lin llostic. Trrmirer 
Ihliu. H.uhv. SnrrUry 



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I'.iniiluir hices Liilii '■\\;ir sriincs" ;ili(>ut siiniriKT 
L\|xrn.nc'cs. . . . PiKA is rc;Ki\' tor aiKithcT year, 
Liiul l\tc prrpiirrs sniiikcrs and rush-partic-s. . . . 
Alusic li\ rhe- ('araliiias. . . . Russ's cries of "It's 
s(i tDugh I can't stand it'". . . Mango's back. . . . 
FiKitball games to sec .Manning, p'crrcll, \\'illiams. 
Nation, and Pcarcc. . . . Pledge night. . . . 1 rips 
to the "Rat". . . . Parties. . . . Seranades. . . . Brotliers 
getting pinned. . . . In the shcnvers uith (irifhn, 
Waddell, .\lanuuni, .Martin, and Walker. . . . \ic's 
new name, " 1 he I ar. " . . . .Annual Brothers vs. 
Pledges tootball game where the pledges supplied 
refreshments. . . . "Peter Ciunn" Aycoek on hand 
tci siilve "late " crimes. . . . Porte and Ritchie in 
the Classics. . . . C-hristmas parties and the special 
one for orphans. . . . ".Nbim" Kimball. . . . Hostic 
getting ulcers. . . . .Miner vs. Ale.x tor "11 Rev." 
. . . Brown dratted to replace Fabian. . . . Strupe 
pinned' . . . Parish and "Sky" work with l,lo\d 
Price at ,\lid-\\ inters. . . . Beach Trips. . . . lb 
the Blue Bird! . . . Ka Mart, "You won't go!". . . . 
Waterbags. . . . Bray wins "crib" tournament. . . . 
Dream ( lirl Ball and good times. . . . PiK.A wins 
intramural crown. . . . Senior lieer-blast' . . . Last 
traternit\ part\ . . . . PiK.A finishes another year 
and looks forward to IVol when again members 
will pass under the sign. . . . "The House Ihat 
lirorherhnn,! Builr.". ." 



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Rou cmc: A\x-oLk, Bailcv, Bostic. Bra\, Broun, Butler, Callucll. t^.llicr. 
R(n\ run: DaniL-l J., I>anicl \\'., Daniels, l)a\-, Fcrrcll, Forte, Ciarncr, CirltHn. 
Row three: Hester, Ingram, Kennedy, Kimball, .\Iangum, Manning, Marsh. Martin 
Row tour: Nation, Norman, Painter, Parrish, Pearcc, Ritchie, Smith H., Smith \'. 
Row rive: Stephenson, Strupe, \aughan. Waddell. Walker. Warrford. \\ ilson 



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Seated H>,h Kupis:t~^d,. AniiMlor; I.rziis .(/orijjw. \/,,l 
ist^r: Gmr^r WiUiMnson. Cminsiil. St.illJing: Cjrllon Stinll, 
Qii.mt„r: l„m Imhk. Tnhiiiu-. I'rrJ Rilry. I'w-Comisid 



Cuil.l lllis In- another Biis' 






Seprcnilicr lournl the chapter reiiiivatmg the 
house, but thanks to out crstuhile House Manager, 
ever\ thing was in chaos for sometime. . . . Monday 
nights saw "Big l)aiid\" WiUiamson in his glory, 
with J. I'red and Kup as Ptesidential bodyguards, 

, . Hoss, No-Neck, Razor, Reverend Tesh, and 
the l5ody did Amen's aniens, while the Rat and 
l.onnie rattled Bones's cage, , , , Charlie engineered 
a tine ,social program, had he only (ollowed it, , , , 
(Nortec, Scotch, and C^onfiision uere the ke\note 
tot Bunn and Pick, . , . Ciarsukos resigned at least 
4^ times as .Athletic Chairman, but still did a good 
lob been know n to get shook, , , . I'.gg tinalh' found 
a namesake, , , , "Shaky" Heath moved everything 
he owned to the Philosophy library except himself, 
which remained in front of the TV set, , , , Three 
d,i\ s ot trantic search finally found the lost "P\gm\ " 
Smith behind a sola pillow , . , , Kisenhower protested 
Castro's contiscation of Tub's rubber tree. ... 3 
and 1 suggested that the chapter krabbitstriebs, 
and another \ear eiideil. 



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Row one BailaiKf, Hell, Ikverlv, H<.uun, C.iLiu.iv, Charliam, C.lc, Creech S., Creech (). 

R(i\\ r\\(i: Dennis, Duncan, Filer, Filipp), Craham, Hart, Heath, Hensle\-, Hick^, 

Riiu three: HugewiuHl, Kinire\, Kupis/.eu ski. Lung, MacI.ean, Martin, McArthur, McXeeK, Moruan. 

Row four; Munn, Pickard, Raglantl, Rile\, Smith C, Smith 15., lesh, \ates. 




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Roii'hmd \Uiltemii. Untnn 
Bill Siinlli. I ue-I'mulriit 
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September saw rlie beginning (it ,iiii>ther uondL-r- 
fiil year at Zeta. A top notch pleelge class toliowcd 
weeks ot concentrated and successful rush. High- 
lights of the year included the Christmas Dance, 
Pledge Dance, and the Sig Kp Ball. Other points 
of interest included. . . . the Norfolk trip. . . . Rat 
and nips. . . . I. aura . . . Pigg\ Park ,uid l.ite date. 

. . . :nd Hoor guesr troubles Mother Mc- 

Corkle's. . . . Fritts's great escapade. . . . Tucker 
going to Stalcy's on Saturda\' nights. . . . Smith 
dating. . . . Stamey breaking bad. . . . S.A.F..-\.(^. 
. . . Jordan being political. . . . Skip swimming in 
the shrubberv . . . . Hawk preaching. . . . W'heattord 
leaving his room, . . . ('hambers and his scoops. 
. . . I5ill\ ( irahaiii murdering the language. . . . I he 
Penguin's room. . . . Jake "pay up." . . . Johnson's 
snoring. . . . Paschal sleeps in the hall again. . . . 
He\' man. . . . (iaiehouse and his odd actions. . . . 
.McCorkle "Meet my . . . Dare.". . . Br\ an "harrvs" 

It up \ll in all a year that will ne\er be tor- 

uotren b\ the men ot the "house w ith the red door." 



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Row iiiiL': I5c,ich.im, B()\d, Br\ an, C^icIk-wk/, ('h.uiilicrs, C^hurch, I'dwards 
Row tu(i: ludy, Foster. (ijlL-housc, (iross, Harrman, Hcdnck, Jacobs. 
Row rliac; Johnson, Jordan, Klcchak, Long, McCrcary. Mattcson, ,\lay. 
Row four: Mendenhall, McCorkle, Orr, Paschal, Phelps, Smith, Walker. 





SIGMA 
PHI EPSILON 



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Sitting: Frfiidit Mcrah, Seco/iii Coiinsflor; jitn Hoivnian. 
I'midrnt- Boh Lee. Treasurer. StanJinj;; I'ete Ciittino, Srcn- 
tary; Bohhy Dimh. Herald; Waylmd lahiisoii. Firsi Cmiiiselor. 





A great \'i.ar im rlu- Alpha Xu's . . . the cele- 
bration of the chapter's 20th anniversary . . . nian\' 
parties and the Orchid Ball. . . . Martin's weight 
lifting class. . . . I he Blivot in orbit. . . . Doiib's 
sign. . . . Hodges' "What's that again.'". . . Heydt's 
lost bowling liall. . . . (iordon: "Worthy Sage." 
. . . Hart's tail gun. . . . Tafjor and Kessler's 1 A' 
antenna. . . . Bowman's old stogies. . . . "lab and 
the Kail. " . . . \\ here's Stevens? . . . "Mama's" 
"I low are \ a' " . . . Wiliiford and the couch at } :00 
every da\'. . . . ("harlie and the Dixie Diner. . . . 
Bragg: ",\h So!". . . Dave's boat and birds. . . . 
Ihompson and the IJudget. . . . Riddle and Help 
Week, . . . I, Upton's shower concerts. . . . I.ee 
battles Ihompson. . . . Pete: "Would you please 
repeat the motion?". . . Wilton and the Ciolden 
Touch. . . . Smith and the Fireball. . . . Council's 
wife runs errands. . . . Alt)augh"s morning phone 
calls. . . . Perry .Merryman. . . . McCiraw : Ihe 
Lover: . . . Ihe Room at the Knd of" the Hall 
(Md floor). . . . \rehegonui. . . . Brewer's silence. 
. . . Ihompson anti the Birdland live. . . . 












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\iin\ diu': Ad;inis, Alkti. BrLwcT, (Juincil, (Aittiiici. Doiib, I l;irr. 

Row tui> 1 l.itclull. 1 liidtics, JcihiiMiii. Kr.uisc, I.lc, l.uptun, Martin. 

R.nv rliac Mcrcur, Mcmhi, Mcl.aunn. I\t1l', Pn^r. Riddk-, Smith. 

Rou tour; Stevens, labor, Ihornpson, \\ ilhtord. 






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I^^cnr^-t^ve pkdgcs "PIcdyc Night." . . . Wlh- 
srcr, 1 l;iniiltc)n, ;iiid Pkiige Johnson rn;ikr costU 
trip to (/.ihtorriia. . . , 1 lurch throws coming out 
p;irt\- '.It Peacock (^iuh. . . . \\ hat "uool\- l)car" 
during (icology Quiz? . . . Schwartz gets 3 dozen 
law nmow crs for Xmas. . . . Digger ups miscellaneous 
fund to pay for Janet's diamond. . . . For sale — one 
1955 partl\' green chevy with modified right fender 
a real breather. . . . 1 rihhle catches Disher 
rr\ ing to replace magnolia trees. . . . \'ail h'nalK 
Inns a pack of cigarettes. . . . Stallings new station 
manager of "N'oice of Theta ('hi. " . . . \\ hose 
brown towel is that in the shower- ,Marc\'. . . . 
\\',i\niek develops ulcer during bull session. . . . 
.Mills bu\ s W ("apone's old car complete w ith bullet 
holes. . . . Hillings goes out to shoot, comes back 
shot. . . . Orphan part\ held at house for '^ kids. 
. . . llaigler goes into motion during l^at (^ourt. . . . 
\\'esle\' says "What pin = ". . . I.edford chokes 
again. . . . Krakau brings buxom friend to party. . . . 



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Rou ..tk: I5,ill. Hurler, DcXkriJ. Disher, I'lcishcr, Ircxman, H,imiir..n W. 
Rou t\\n: llamilron J.. H.irrdl, Hurchins, K.ikau, I.L-dtord, Mills. McKirc R, 
Row thrtv: Moore J.. Pope. Schwarrz. Stjilings. ^^a\■^ick. Webster. 




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CHI 



223 




hrsc r..« I(V/m/,7. l-ai.tns,,,,. Dniirr. Vml. Hnuhisun. Hlill.irJ. AIU„„.I. \V ar.l . 
SL-cn.id r..M- (Milpliw. HoK'Zi'mJ. D.nismi. (.mrsir. M.uiiiy. Snnihw, Hiidimr. 



Brim HllhlliSM,. J'rmJeilt. 




I hi. lnrcrfr;iti.Tnit\ Council is an organization 
in which all ten fraternities arc inciucled as 
niemliers. It is the purpose of the \.V.C.. to supcr- 
Mse and control the fraternities in general. This 
includes such liinctions as riishini; and interfra- 
rcrnit\ competition. It is also the purpose of the 
1. 1' .C^. to toster and promote good will among the 
fraternities, the administration, independent stu- 
dents, and outsiders. The two major events 
sponsored li\ the l.l'.C. were (JreeU Week and 
.\lid-\\ inters. I he (Ireek Week Program con- 
sisted ot held events, a fraternity sing, dorm 
decorations, a lie.iury contest, and a formal dance 
with music li\ Richard ,Maltlj\ . Mid-Winters 
featured IJovd Price and his hand. 



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OMEGOMING 



Victory over Virginia Tech made September 
26 a successful Homecoming despite the fact 
that it seemed out of place so earl\- in the \ear. 

Decorations were not displa\ed this \e; 
rather accompanied the Greek Week testiviries. 
However, this was the only tradition tli.ir w.is 
not realized. Jean Hobby, sponsored b\ the Pi 
Kappa Alpha fraternity, was elected Miss Demon 
Deacon by a vote ot the entire student body. She 
was crowned during the halt-time ceremonies at 
the game. 

The Homecoming dance was sponsored b\ 
the Student Union and open to all students and 
alumni. It featured the music ot Lester l.anin 
to accompany the dancing couples. 

1 he return ot the alumni has alu.ns been 
synonymous with Homecoming and rhis \ear 
was no exception. Familiar faces riimdeil the 
campus making the scene complete. 




(I'rcck Week festivities rilleil the week n( Ncivemlier 
Zl-24 this yeiir and thinigh rain and a imieh eimtested loss 
to Carohna were in evidenee, the\ eouldn't dampen the 
spirits ol Wake loresters. 

Fraternities and the iiirl's dorms eoinpeted for prizes 
with traditional deeorations. I he I heta Chi's claimed 
first pkiee as their Demon Deaeon "entombed" Carohna. 

A new title was awarded as ('onnie Punoun became the 
first "Miss Plumber's I'riend." She was cliosen b\ vote 
during the game's halftime ceremonies. But hers wasn't 
the only beauty title tor a ^\ake Forest coed, Jean Hobb\- 
was chosen ,\liss (Ireek Week at the dance Saturda\- night. 
She represented the Pi Kappa .Mpha fraternity. 

Dreann music to complete a dreamy week end was the 
accomplished purpose of Richard .Maltliy and his orchestra. 
Alumni and undergraduates alike danced to the melodies. 
Hut alas, the clock .struck twelve and ( Ireek \\eek was over 
for another year. I ired couples trudged home w ith memories 
that wiin't be forgotten for a whi 




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ATTENDANTS 




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MAGNOLIA 




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ATTENDANTS 




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MURRAY GREASON 

Murray Crossley Greason was born in Raleigh, Xorth Carolina. IXccmlicr 26, I ''(I I. In 1421 he entered Wake Forest 
College and became one of its best athletes of all time. His long period of service to Wake Forest ("ollege could be evaluated 
from several standpoints. His coaching record was excellent and brought much recognition to the College. Of greater service 
to the College, however, is the character of Greason the man, rather than Greason the coach. His linkage with alumni was of 
inestimable value. The affection and respect accorded him by athletic officials of other institutions made much easier the negotia- 
tions in that sometimes complicated area. His calm manner and instinct tor proper public relations insured the College of ami- 
able and sympathetic press coverage. He u as respected as a gentleman and as a friend by facultv and students. It is in gratitude 
for the years of service rendered b\' the late .\Iurra\ Cireason that the Howi fk presents this page in memoriam to him. 




THE 
EDITORS' 
COMMENT 



ANNE 



BILL 




W'c liiiVL limslKii' I Ik I'XA) llciwiiu is coiiiplcted. 
W'c h.ivc cut. criippi-d, pasted, iiii.;1siiR(.1, iiiul ni;ilk\l. 
\i>t iinly IS till.- lldWIKIi cdilipkttil, hut nncx- ^ig^ui the 
second semester ot a schcul \e.ir is finished, too. The 
combination ot ;i year ot wurk anil a \ear ot pleasure in 
the creation of this, the ]'>M) I Io\m i ii, leaves the editors 
« itli ine\plainal)le leehnys. Not ever\iine is alile t" 
appreciate the leelint; ot accnmplishnxnr and pride that 
the editors and statt have as their ijooh ooes t" the press. 
We will miss the magnetic force of" deadlines. Now in- 
stead of worrx .ihout deadlines, we are rilled with an\iet\ 
that the students \m1I en|oy this \ear's portra\al of Willie 
I'orest. 1 he maul theme can he found in the casual 
atmosphere that has lieen e.xprcsscil thniughout the hook. 
Our division pages have heen drawn up tn show the 
students at their liest. We used inliirmalitv t" express 
the hie .md s|iirit "t a new campus. 

We cmildn't lea\'e without (.xpressint; our thanks to at 
least a few <.f (.iir hard-working staff. Irvin (,rigg should 
lie singled i)ut ,is one ot the most enmp<.tent ph.otographers 
the Howl I u has ever had. \hirvin I rancis anil Russell 
I5rantle\ were ,ilwa\s read\ to give that extra help, lii 
Joe Phelps of Idwards \ Hn.iighton and D.iris i.eeper 



and llolK- Bivins we give our special praise. I low could 
we have met the deadlines without them' 

L'nder the direction of ,\hir\' (lail Koontz and ,\lary 
Jean I hint photograph)' seems to be of exceptional interest 
this \ ear. I'.vcn the long job of typing moved faster as 
X'lrginia .Martin came to our rescue. Llo\d dross and 
Don Phelps deserve recognition for their efforts in the 
sports and traternitx' sections. Two competent workers 
we could never have forgotten arc Pat Farson and Gladys 
Morgan, our copy editors, Rowland .Mattcson and his 
start helped to make our \ earliook a success as he dili- 
gentK' wcirked on advertisements. 

We en|oycd planning the Howi.f.r this \car, and we 
w ish yiiu good luck! 

.\ll engraving tor the '6(1 Howi.ik was done bv 
Southern Photo Process I'.ngraving Caimpany of .-\tlanta. 
Idwards \ liroughton Company of Raleigh printed 
the book. Body copy is set in 10 on 12 point Janson; 
captions are in S iin 10 point Janson italics, heads are in 
IS and 24 pnmt Tempo. The three-tone Sand grain cover 
was manulactured hy Kingscratr, Inc., of Kingsport. 
lennessee. 



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INDEX 



ACADEMICS 
ACTIVITIES 
ADMINISTRATION 

A.liiniiiMi.ii.v,. Staff 
Alpha i.|.-il..i, I),-lt:i 
Alpha Kappa l>si 
Alpha l'l,i(lm.-Ka 
Alpha I'M I ln„.sa 
Alph-. SifjHv. l>hi 
ATHLETICS 

Band 

Baptist Student I'nion 

BS.r. K\ti-nsion Team 

B.S.r. Retreat 

Baseball 

Basket h-,11 

BEAUTIES 

Beta Beta Beta 

Canterburv 

Chapel 

Cheerleaders 

Choir 

Christian Education and Service 

College Theatre 

Contents 

Cross Country 

Cullum Ministerial Association 

Debate 
Dedication 
Delta Kappa Xu 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Delta Sigma Pi 

Eta Sigma Phi 

Euzelian Literary Society 

Faculty 

First Year Law Class 

Football 

Football Coaches 

Foreword 

Freshman Class 

Future Teachers of America 

Gamma Sigma Epsilon 

Golf 

Greas,.ii 

GREEKS 

(Jr.-ek Week 

H,,lu,T„rninK 
HONORARIES 



Interfraternity Council 
Internatiruial Relations 



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12t>-131 
228-235 



Kappa Alpha Order 
Kappa Mu Epsilon 
Kappa Sigma 



IBS 
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153 



139 
169 



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114-115 

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Lambda Chi Alpha 
Legislature 

Magnolia Court 

Maritiniers 

\lriiV hitramurals 

MILITARY 

Mi-~ l),.in..n Deai-on 

Miss ( ireek Week 

Monogram Club 

•did GoMand Black 
llmi.r.in Delta Kajip 
(•ivhPH.. Club 
( Mgal, ( luild 

< >utstanding Seniors 

Pershing Rifles 
Phi Al|.ha Delta 
Phi Alpha Theta 



Pi Kappa Alpha 
Pi Kappa Delta 
Pub Board 

Scabbard and Blade 
Second Year Law Class 
Senior Class 
Sigma Chi 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Sigma Pi 
Sophomore Class 
"Student." The 
Student Government 
Student I'nion 
Swimming 

Tassels 



Third Year I.:i« CI;,- 
THIS IS WAKE FOREST 

Tiark 

WAKE FOREST 

W,.~lr, Fuundali.m 

W.-iiniii-ter PVIlowship 

WFDI) 

\\..ni'ii'~ < M.\eiiiment .\ssociation 

Whllr .l.-irkrl- 

Whn-. WliM 111 American Coll.-gcs i 



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Womcn-s liitr 

W.R.A. 

Wrestling 

Y.D.C 
V.W.A. 



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STAFF 



EDITORS: 
COPY EDITORS: 
PHOTOGRAPHY EDITORS 
PHOTOGRAPHERS: 



(•.\PTloNS EDITOR: 
.\THI.ETI(' EDIT<JR: 
FHATEHXITY EDITOR: 
IKJXORARIES: 
THEATRE: 



Anne A. Whicker 

William D Smith 

Pat Faisoii 

Gladys Ab.rgan 

Marv Jean Hunt 

Mary "Gail Koontz 

Irvin Grigg. Chief 

Rav Rollins 

Phil Diehl 

Pat Pearson 

Llovd Gross 

Don Phelps 

Roy Hughes 

Pat Woodward 



TYPlXt; STAFF: 



BLSIXESS MAXAGER: 
BUSIXESS STAFF: 



s;inia Martin. Chief 

Sybil Beasley 

Bonnie Sullivan 

Susan Powell 

Maryaun Johnson 

Jean Lowery 

Kay Griflfin 

Fran Jovce 

wland L. Matte'son 

Betsy Lackey 

Wavne Eudv 

Lowell Hedrick 

Tommy Bridges 

Barbara Horton 



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DVEBTISEMEMTS 



ANDREW JAMIESON 
Chairman of Board 

Cable Address:— "ADAMS" 



T. M. EVINS 
President 

All Codes Used 



W. A. Adams Company 



INCORPORATED 



Packers-Dealers-Exporters 



LEAF TOBACCO 



All Grades and Types 
Leaf, Strips, Scrap and Stems 



OXFORD, N. C, U. S. A. 



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Winston's ifilter-blendi up front 
is packed for pleasure! 







Sure, most filter cigarettes 
look alike. But there the re- 
semblance ends. Winston is 
different. Winston has both 
a modern filter and Filter- 
Blend — choice, golden to- 
baccos specially selected and 
specially {jrocessed for filter 



smoking. That's why, when 
all is said and done, this one 
quiet fact stands out: more 
folks find it fun to smoke 
Winston than any other 
filter cigarette. How about 
you ? Next time you buy ciga- 
rettes, ask for Winston. 



WINSTON TASTES GOOD like 8 cigarette should 



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We appreciate the confidence of our 
many thousands of customers who 
prefer our Holsum Bread and made it 
an outstanding favorite in this area 
year after year since 1925 



JONES BAKERIES. Inc. 



BAKERS OF 




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The Northwest North Carolina Market is a clearly 
defined eleven county area — one you can easily 
put your finger on. Thriving tov\ns . . . bustling 
communities . . . busy industrial plants . . . rich 
tobacco harvests . . . these are the things that 
boost this area into the forefront of North Caro- 
linas progress. 

Much is in store for this compact area of North 
Carolina. The long-awaited and much-heralded 



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To meet challenges and keep well ahead of them, 
vour Journal and Sentinel has completed a .SI. .500.- 
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the best of our ability. 

Secondly, to contribute in every way pos- 
sible to the betterment of the areas 
we serve. 

Thirdly, to grow with our community, re- 
flecting Its spirit of progress. 




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Long After Price Is Forgotten 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 




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For All Occasions . . . 




Shop at Winston-Salem's 




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WINSTON-SALEM. N. C. 















WHERE SMART 
WINSTON-SALEMITES SHOP 






Fourth and Trade Streets 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 


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LENWOOD AMMONS --v^^^ A. C. MONTSINGER. JR. 

Your (CSSO) ^^^'^i^^ 

WELCOIME WAKE FOREST COLLEGE 
PA 5-2681 



Lubricating 
Washing 
Oil Change 



Tires 

Auto Accessories 

AAA Service 



OUR BUSINESS IS SERVICE 

AMMONS ESSO SERVICE CENTER 



Reynolda Road 
WINSTON-SALEM. NORTH CAROLINA 



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WEST FOURTH ST. 
BARBER SHOP 

EIGHT EXPERIENCED BARBERS 
Specializing in Flat Tops, Crew-Cuts, 
and Ivy Style Haircuts 




CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT! 

M. G. LOWING, MGR 



STALEY'S CHARCOAL 
STEAK HOUSE 

Specializing in Charcoal 
Steaks 

OPEN 5 P.M. -12 MIDNIGHT 

"Select Your Steak and 
See It Cooked" 

2000 Reynolda Rood 
PHONE PArk 3-8631 



Compliments 
of a 



FRIEND 



CITY BEVERAGE DELIVERY SERVICE 


^■^ 


23 BURKE STREET 




WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 


Phone PA 5-1481 — PA 2-2774 


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-S-S-S-SPARKLE! 
Have a Coke! 




WINSTON-SALEM 
COCA-COLA COMPANY 



MAKE OUR STORE 

^ our store lor all your needs in 

DIAMONDS - JEWELRY - SILVERWARE 

Estaiilished 1865 

Sperm/ Allcniwn lo AH 
Kinds of Repair Work 

VOGLER'S . . . Jewelers 

11(1 \\,-t Ith Slnvt . . . I'hnnc P\ 2-l).!17 



The 


Lamp 

422 W. 4th St. 

PA 3-5952 
Shoes 


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For 


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BANNER 


RESTAURANT 



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Penney's 



ALWAYS <f\ R S T 1J A l-l t P' 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

J. C. PENNEY CO. 



Separk 


Music Co. 


w. 


Fourth St. 




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All Published 


Distributors of 


Sheet Music 


King and Selmer 


and Books 


Band Instruments 



Henry Johnson's Esso 
Service 

(£sso) 

155 Stratford Road 



Clothing styled and priced for 
the Wake Forest Man 



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We Appreciate Your Patronage 



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The 


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209 


W. 3rd St. 






PA 4-8471 








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ROMINGER FURNITURE 
COMPANY, Inc. 



Established 1900 



Mrs. E. R. Cl^n.mngh\m 
i.hdirmfin of lioan/ 



W . ( j NMM.II WI 

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OLDEST • LARGEST • BEST 

WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA 



College (gulf) Service 

Just off the Campus 
on Cherry St. 

Service and Prices to Suit You 

3ruce Harris, Mgr. PA 5-9548 



Belk Stevens Co. 

lour FiieiitUy DepHrlinenI Store 



Ciiiiiiniliilalioiis to the '60 
(Graduates 



Corner of 5th ond Trade Streets 



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A portrait 



the perfect gift for any occasion 



oil the campus 



The Portraits in This 
Yearbook fl ere Made By 

SMITH STUDIO 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 



Official Portrait Photographers 
For the 

"1960 HOWLKK" 



■'Portraits and Apjilicatioii Pictures 

may be ordered from us from your 

School Annual Negatives." 



12 East Hargett Street 
RALEIGH. NORTH CAROLINA 



PHOTO-ENGIlAtlNfiS 



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1960 Howler 



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Established 1871 



()ui\\\[\ is our first concern, and we strive constantly to produce 
vcaii)ooi<s tliat are a credit to llie staiT and to tlie school. 

Printed and lithographed annuals of the highest quality are 
produced in our plant Ly skilled artisans. 

}()(/. too. can be proud oj your annual. 

We invite your inquiries. 



EDWARDS K- HIUlllGHTON COMPANY 

INTEliS LITHOBIiAI'HEliS - ENfiR/VVEliS 
•Jl N. BOlILEVAnn, RALEIGH, N. V.. 



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