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Ttc^c^ituCa, 



Publication by the students 
of Tennessee Wesleyan College 



Peggy Rapking — Editor 

Peter Von Dreele — Assistant Editor 

Josette Crites — Art Editor 



1962 





MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM H. ARCHER 



DEDICATION 



IN APPRECIATION . . . 

Of your individual and combined efforts to raise 
the academic standards of this institution; 

Of your service to students of language and 
literature ; 

Of your inquiring minds that continually chal- 
lenge us to greater achievement; 

We dedicate to you the NOCATULA for 1962. 




Mr. and Mrs. Archer 




TABLE OF CONTENTS: 



I. PROLOGUE 
II. FACULTY 

III. CLASSES 

IV. ACTIVITIES 
V. GREEKS 

VI. ATHLETICS 



FOREWORD: 



We, the editor and staff, of the Nocatula 
for 1962 present this book for your enjoy- 
ment. As you leaf through these pages 
may you recall fond memories of pleasant 
associations of this school year, 1961-62. 



PROLOGUE 

When the last hot breath of summer 

Ceased to stir, 

We returned to the citadel of Tennessee Wesleyan. 

Entering once more the ritual and pattern 

of collegiate life. 

Old rendezvous revisited — 

cronies, colleagues — 

new faces — 

A subtle change is evident, an aura of transition. 

Progress is the motif. 

The interminable slowness of endless lines — 

This is registration 

An hour's twitching pencil's labor swept 

away by an advisor's dissenting nod — 

This is Registration 

Blank staring faces emerge, 

Clutching class cards, 

wondering . . . 

. . . did I really sign away a pint of blood? 

This is registration . . . 



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Freshmen! 
confused, 
inhibited, 
neurotic, 

New products of pubhc education- 
hiding heads in fear of air invasion; 
transformed into: 
confused, 
sophisticated, 
neurotic, 
collegians. 



Mr. B's beammg smile, 

the pulsation of the walls as the Wurhtzer 

blazes at 120 decibels — 

Slap, slap, riffle, slap, bid a heart and 

the floating bridge game goes ever onward. 

The euphonous din of classmates: 

bantering, 

cajoling, 

reflecting. 

Calloused elbows — 

Struggling for position — 

Craning — 

Straining — 

Bargain day at the book store? 

No — the daily 10 o'clock mass compulsion 

to compress 500 bodies into the confines of 

the post office. 

Again we relive these reminiscences at 

our rollicking recluse. 





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Books, Books, Books — 

tirelessly we wade through an endless 

sea of books. 
Devouring! 
Learning! 
Maturing! 
Reams of notes record the passing of 

our days. 
Studying, 
Scrambling to the pinnacle of one 

assignment, 
only to find still higher peaks to scale- 
The slow ebb of hours poured over 

innumerable volumes, 
molding! 

Pushing you on to greater heights — 
Upward, 
ever upward, 
pursuing the rainbow of excellence. 



Reference books are worn, 

Periodicals frayed, 

Ideas are born — 

. . . lots of action in the periodicals 

room! 
Mid-terms; finals — 
bring forth a legion of blood-shot, 

sleepless eyes 
Procrastination followed by despair- 
Gnawed fingernails — 
Flags for a few — 
For most, the satisfaction of a 

mission accomplished. 




Rowdy, raucous, rising vmison of 

voices, 
giving the team that extra push — 
moments of glory, 
disappointment, 
surging adrenalin — 
Pleasant exhaustion — "twisting" 

off 
the pent-up energy at the post-game 

soirees. 





'The best-laid plans . . . gang aft 

a-gley' — 
Who turned off the Voo-doo? 
The effigy's execution fails to 

jinx the 
high-flying Eagles . . . this time. 




We are the captive audience of 

nature's artistry. 
A world of dazzling whiteness 
Awestruck Floridians 
Snow . . . calls up the latent 

adolescence — 
The charm of the snowman draws 
the unwary from their tasks — 

as in all seasons. 
Moffitt Hal! transformed into a 

carillon 
of crystal chimes. 



Growing pains . . . 

A giant has arisen, and now 

moves forward. 
The Decade of Destiny 

challenges, 
with a call to higher echelons 

of academic excellence — 
Wesleyan is you; 
You are the vanguard of an 

auspicious era — ■ 
You are its destiny! 

— R. V. Jennings 




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ADMINISTRATION 



FACULTY 



STAFF MEMBERS 




RALPH W. MOHNEY, A. B., B. D., S.T.M., D. D. 

President 




FLOYD E. BOWLING, A.B., M.S., Ed.D. 
Dean of Students 




ROBERT C. MILDRAM, Ph.B., B.D., M.A., Ph.D. 

Dean of the College 




PAUL RIVIERE, B.S., M.A., B.D. 
Dean of Admissions and Registrar 



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MARY NELLE GRAVES 

Administrative Secretary 




R. E. BRANHAM, C.P.A. 
Bursar 



Administrative Staff 



ROY B. SHILLING, JR., B.A., B.D. 
Director of Development 





CHARLES J. LINER, B.S., M.S. 
Director of Alumni and Recruitment 



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NOT PICTURED: 

MILDRED ARCHER, B.A., M.A. 
Associate Professor of English 

HARRYLYN G. SALLIS, B.A., M.M. 
Instructor in Music 

ANN P. PUETT, B.A. 
Instructor in Art 



HARRY COBLE, A.B., B.L.I., M.A. 

Chairman of Division 
Associate Professor of Speech and Dramatics 




Division of Language 



WILLIAM B. YATES, B.A 
Instructor in Speech 




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CLARYSE D. MYERS, A.B., B.S. in 

L.S., M.A. 

Librarian 



MARTHA B. HALE 

Instructor in Art 




MARY L. GREENHOE, B.M., M.M. 
Assistant Professor of Piano and Organ 



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WILLIAM H. ARCHER, A.B., MA. 

Associate Professor of Modern 
Languages 



RAYMOND DOWNING, A.B. 

Assistant Professor of Modern 
Languages 



BEN H. McCLARY, B.A., MA. 
Assistant Professor of English 



Literature, and Humanities 



ALFRED JACK HOUTS, B.A., MM. 

Associate Professor of Music 
and Choral Director 



ADDISON R. BARKER, JR., 

B.A., M.A. 
Assistant Professor of English 



GENEVIEVE WIGGINS, B.A., M.A. 
Instructor in English 






ROBERT C. MILDRAM, Ph.B., B.D., 

M.A., Ph.D. 

Chairman oj Division 

Professor oj Religion and Philosophy 



Division of Religion 
and Philosophy 




HOWARD N. HINDS, B.S., B.D. 

Chaplain and Instructor in Religion 



CAROLINE BECKER, 
B.A., M.A., B.D. 

Instructor in Religion 



Division Of Social Science 




WILLIAM CHARLES SALLIS, 

B.S., M.S. 
Assistant Professor oj History 



J. VAN B. COE, A.B., M.A. 
Associate Processor oj 
Economics and Sociology 



ALBERT H. BOWMAN, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Chairman oj Division 
Projessor oj History 




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Division 

of 

Natural Science 




CARL B. HONAKER, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 

Chairman of Division 

Professor of Chemistry and Physics 




FLOYD E. BOWLING, 
A.B., M.S., Ed.D. 

Professor of Mathematics 

ALTON LOYD SMITH, B.S. 
Instructor in Mathematics 

BUDD L. DUNCAN, B.A., M.S. 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 



WILLIAM H. ADAMS, 
B.A., M.S., Ph.D. 
Professor of Biology 



JR., 



FRED E. WHITEHEAD, 
B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
Professor of Biology 

ZSIGMOND PATAKY, 
Teacher's Diploma from 
University of Debrecen, Hungary 
Assistant Professor of Physics 



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Division of 

Education, 

Applied Arts 

and Business 

Administration 



NOT PICTURED: 

REVA PUETT, B.S., M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Home Economics 



ALF H. WALLE. B.S., M.S., Ed.D. 

Chairman of Division 
Professor of Education 



B. T. HUTSON, B.S., M.S. 
Associate Professor of Business 
Administration and Director 
of Evening College 

E. G. ROGERS, B.S., MA. 

Associate Professor of Education 

FRED PUETT, B.S., LL.B. 

Instructor in Commercial 
Subjects 



M. CLIFTON SMITH, 

B.S., M.S. 

Associate Professor of Education 

and Director of A thletics 

WILLIAM B. GATE, B.S., M.A. 
Instructor in Physical Education 
and Basketball and Baseball 
Coach 

CAROLYN F. STALEY, B.S. 

Instructor in Physical Education 





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SAMUEL D. ELROD 
Assistant to Bursar 



JEAN D. ARRANTS, B.S 
Assistant to Bursar 






Left to Right: 

CAROL BROWDER, B.S. 

Stenographer jor the Registrar 
GAIL REDDING 

Stenograplier jor the Registrar 
SALLY D. EALY, B.A. 

Stenographer jor the Registrar 
NANCY H. SEEPE, A.B. 

Secretary to the Dean 
ANN WATKINS 

Secretary to the Dean 
NORMA WHITEHEAD 

Secretary to the Director of 

Development 
REBA WELDON 

Secretary to the Director of 

Recruitment and Alumni 
ROBBIE J. ENSMINGER, A.A. 

Secretary to the President 



Left to Right: 

ADELINE WALLE, B.S. 

Catalog Assistant in Library 
VERA COE 

Assistant to the Librarian 
CLARYSE D. MYERS 

Librarian 
MAGGIE ENSMINGER 

Assistant to the Librarian 
BETTY P. MOSS, B.A. 

Typist in Library 




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Left to Right: Miss Reba Parsons, Relief Resident; Budd L. 
Duncan. Head Resident — Petty-Manker; Mrs. Blanche Greene, 
Head Resident — Ritter; Mrs. Sally Robeson, Head Resident — 
Centennial; Mrs. Mattie B. Martin, Head Resident — Brammer; 
Mrs. Ida Ruth Lewis, Head Resident — Lawrence. 




Mr. Louie Underwood 
Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds 




Mrs. Edith Walker 
Dietitian 





Mrs. Dixie C. Liner, R.N. 
Nurse 



Mrs. Mildred Smith 
Bookstore Manager 



Classes 









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SENIORS 



JUNIORS 



SOPHOMORES 



FRESHMEN 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 
(Left to Right) 

Gary Holt President 

Peggy Rapking Vice-President 

Carolyn Hammond Girl Representative 

Lillian Cook Secretary 

Wallace Smith Boy Representative 

Brenda Smith Treasurer 




SENIOR CLASS 




JERRY ALLEN ANDERSON 

Route #2 

Cleveland, Tennessee 

B.A., Religion and Philosopliy 



LOLA ELISE AYTES 

Dandridge, Tennessee 
B.A., English 
Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3, Corresponding 
Secretary 4; Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Fellowship Chairman 3, Council 4; Choir 1. 2. 3, 4; 
BULLDOG Staff 1, 4; Laura T. Sherman Music Fra- 
ternity 2, 3, 4, Historian 3; Life Service Girls 3, 4; 
Lawrence Hall Dorm Council 1. 




Choir I, 2, 



COLIN BAGWELL 

510 Oakhurst Drive 
" Knoxville, Tennessee 
B.S., Biology 
3, 4; Student Christian -Association 



1, 2. 



3, 4, Witness Team 3. 



PAULINE BANKS 

2820 Willraham Road 
Middleton, Ohio 
B.A., Education 
Transferred from Lee College. Delta Zeta 3, 4. 



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FREIDA JUNE BARNETT 

Box 127 

Englewood, Tennessee 

B.A., Education 



JAMES EDWARD BARNETT 

Box 127 

Englewood, Tennessee 

B.S., Social Science 



BILLY JOE BRAKEBILL 

Niota, Tennessee 
B.S. 



JAMES GEORGE BRAKEBILL 

631 Guille Street 

Athens, Tennessee 

B.S., Business 



MARY KIMBROUGH BRATTON 

P.O. Box 277 
Athens, Tennessee 

B.A., History 
Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 2, 3, 
First Vice-President and Recording Secretary 4; Alpha 
Beta 4, Secretary 4; Wesleyan Roundtable 3, 4, Secre- 
tary 4; Student Christian Association 3, 4; Life Service 
Girls 3, 4; Athletic Queen 2; Sigma Phi Epsilon Queen 
of Hearts 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN 
AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

JANE ELITHA BRIDGES 

3900 Ivy Road 

Atlanta 5, Georgia 

B.S., Education 

Transferred from Georgia State College. Alpha Xi 

Delta 3, 4; Choir 3, 4, Wardrobe Mistress 4. 



JAMES WALTER BROWN 
Denville, New Jersey 

B.S., Business Administration 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4, Comptroller 3, President 
4; Choir 2; Inter-Fraternity Council 4; Society for the 
Advancement of Management 4. 



EDNA BATES BURGER 

718 Jones Street 
Athens, Tennessee 
B.S., Education 
Sigma Iota Chi 2, 3, Secretary 3. 




GEORGE LARRY BURGER 

718 Jones Street 

Athens, Tennessee 

B.S., Mathematics 
Transferred from Memphis State University. Sigma 
Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4, Pledge Master 2, Social Chair- 
man 3. 



MARY TIM WILSON BURGIN 
Route #2 
Cleveland, Tennessee 
B.S., Biology and Education 
Independents 1, 2, 3, President 3; Women's Intramural 
Athletics Sportsmanship Award 2; Best-All-Round 
Woman Athlete Award 3; Alpha Beta 4; Women's 
Athletic Association I, 2, 3; Student Christian Asso- 
ciation 3. 



CHARLOTTE ANN BURKHART 

Route #19 

Knoxville 20, Tennessee 

B.S., Education 

Transferred from Hiwassee College. Delta Zeta 4, 

Chaplain 4; Student Christian Association 3, 4. 



LEON LESTER CALDWELL 

303 E. Beech Street 

LaFoUette, Tennessee 

B.S., Education 

Transferred from Hiwassee College. Basketball 3. 






LILLIAN ANN COOK 
1204 McFarland Avenue 
Rossville, Georgia 
B.S., Religion and Philosophy 
Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Marshal 4; BULLDOG 
Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Life Service Girls I, 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
President 2; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Religious Life Council 2; Student Christian Associa- 
tion 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 4, MSFF Treasurer 4; Choir 
2, 3, 4, Librarian 4; Senior Class Secretary. 

MARY FRANCES CRESWELL 

Route #19 
Knoxville, Tennessee 
B.S., Biology 
Kappa Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 
1, 2, 4; Harvest Queen 4; Panhellenic Council Secre- 
tary 4; Sophomore Class Secretary; Phi Sigma Kappa 
Moonlight Girl 4. 

ELIZABETH MAUDE CURTIS 

Box 126 

Friendsville, Tennessee 

B.S., Business Education 

Kappa Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 3, President 4; 

Choir 1; Junior Class Girl Representative; Panhellenic 

Council Treasurer 3. 



DEWEY WILLIAM DAVIDSON, JR. 
Cleveland, Tennessee 
B.S., Biology 
Transferred from University of Tennessee. Tennis 
3, 4; "W" Club 3, 4. 



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MYRTLE MAUDE DAVIS 

Route #2 

Gate City, Virginia 

B.A., English 

Transferred from Hiwassee College. BULLDOG 

Staff 4. 



EMMA SUE DELOZIER 

Rockford, Tennessee 

B.S., Business Education 

Kappa Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Athletic Association 

1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; 

Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Captain 4. 



MARY ELEANOR DOVER 

823 Oak Street 
Marion, North Carolina 
B.A., Religion and Philosophy 
Sigma Kappa 3, 4, President 4; Student Christian 
Association 3, 4, Council 4; Student Council Treasurer 
4; Phi Sigma Kappa Moonlight Girl 3; Religious Life 
Council Secretary 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG STU- 
DENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND 
COLLEGES. 



IDA LOU DUGGAN 

Route #1 

Englewood, Tennessee 

B.S., Education 









JERRY FAY EDMONDS 

Route #1 

Grant, Alabama 

B.S., Education 

Phi Sigma Kappa I, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, 

Captain 4; "W" Club 2, 3, 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG 

STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND 

COLLEGES. 



LILA JUNE EWTON 

Route #1 

Dunlap, Teimessee 

B.S., Business Administration 

Transferred from Hiwassee College. 



FRED FRANK FULLER 

90 Westmont Avenue 

Elmira, New York 

B.S., Biology 

Transferred from Mansfield State College. Sigma Phi 

Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Athletic Director 3, 4, Senior Marshal 

4; Alpha Xi Delta Dreamman 3; Inter-Fraternity 

Council 3; Centennial Dorm Council 3; Harvest King 

4; Student Christian Association 2, 3, 4. 



LARRY ALEXANDER GABY 

Route #11 
GreenevUle, Tennessee 
Phi Sigma Kappa 4; Alpha Beta 4; Mathematics 
Achievement Award 1. 



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J. TEDDIE GILBERT 

Oak Street, City 7 
Maryville, Tennessee 
B.S., Business Administration 
Transferred from Hiwassee College. 



LARRY KENDALL GRAHAM 

Route #2 

Concord, Tennessee 

B.S., Education 

Transferred from Hiwassee College. Basketball 3; 

Baseball 3. 



EMMA ELIZABETH GRANT 

Athens, Tennessee 
B.S., Education 
Kappa Delta 1, 2, 3; Choir 1, 2; Women's Athletic 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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FRANKLIN DEAN GRANT 

520 First Street 

Athens, Tennessee 

B.S., Education 

Yates Mathematics Award 1; BULLDOG Staff I, 2, 

3, 4; Debating Team 4. 



JAMES COLLIS GREGORY, JR. 

Brandon, Florida 
B.A., History 
Choir 1, 2, 3; Pre-Ministerial Association 1, 2, 4. 



EVA LOU GROVES 
Blue Ridge, Georgia 
B.A., Religion 
Transferred from Young Harris Junior College. 
NOCATULA Staff 3, 4; Life Service Girls 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Christian Association 3, 4, Council 4. 



COY DEXTER HAGAMAN, JR. 

Box 195 

Niota, Tennessee 

B.S., Religion and Philosophy 

Pre-Ministerial Association 2, 3, 4, President 4; 

Religious Life Council 4; Society for Advancement of 

Management 3. 



PHILIP R. HALL 

Copperhill, Tennessee 
B.S. 




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CAROLYN JANE HAMMOND 

Glade Spring, Virginia 
B.A., Religion^ and Philosophy 
Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 2, Corresponding 
Secretary 3, President 4; Student Christian Association 
1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Vice-President 4; Life Service 
Girls 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2; Pi Tau Chi 2, 3; BULL- 
DOG Staff 3, 4; Student Council 4; Religious Life 
Council 3, 4; Panhellenic Council 3; Lawrence Dormi- 
tory Council 2; Senior Class Girl Representative; 
WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

WILMA HALCIE HANEY 

1108 Club Drive 
Cleveland, Tennessee 
B.A., History 
Kappa Delta 3, Athletic Director 3; Independents 
1, 2, 4; Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish 
Club 3. 



SHIRLEY HARMON 

Decatur, Tennessee 

B.S., Education 



OLAF WAYNE HASSLER 

Route #4 

Crossville, Tennessee 

B.S., Education 



JAMES CLYDE HICKEY, III 

Maloney Road, Route #3 
Knoxville, Tennessee 
B.S., Education 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. 



MARGARET MOULTON HICKEY 

1915 Hickory Valley Road 

Chattanooga, Tennessee 

B.S., Education 

Kappa Delta 3; Sigma Phi Epsilon Queen of Hearts 4. 



GARY RAY HOLT 

Route #1 
Newport, Tennessee 
B.S., Biology 
Phi Sigma Kappa I, 2, 3, 4, Inductor 4; Cheerleader 2; 
Junior Class Vice-President; Senior Class President; 
Inter-Fraternity Council 3, 4; Student Christian Asso- 
ciation 2, 3, 4, Council 3, 4; Student Council 4; 
WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMER- 
ICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 



CHARLES FRANKLIN HOOD 

2930 Fountain Park Boulevard 
Knoxville, Tennessee 
B.S. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 2, 3, 4. 




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FREDERICK LEON HOPKINS 

Mineral Bluff, Georgia 
B.S. 



DOROTHY MURRAY JONES 

203 Washington Avenue 
Newport, Tennessee 
B.S., Education 
Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Mistress of Robes 3, Pledge 
Trainer 4; Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; 
BULLDOG Staff 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2; Choir 
1, 2; Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4. 



JAMES EDWARD KELLEY 
425 Ohio Avenue 
Etowah, Tennessee 

B.S., Business Administration 



CHARLOTTE KELLY 

Pennington Gap, Virginia 

B.A., Music 




^ \ ROBERT MAX KETCHERSID 

" ' Spring City, Tennessee 

B.S., Mathematics 
Phi Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2; Vice-President 
of Sophomore Class; Junior Class President; BULL- 
DOG Staff 3; Student Christian Association Treasurer 
3; Chemical Rubber Company Award 1. 



ELIZABETH ANNETTE KINSER 

Route #2 
Madisonville, Tennessee 
B.A., English 
Alpha Beta 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4; 
BULLDOG Staff 3, 4; Religious Life Council 4; 
WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMER- 
ICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 



GLADYS KYLE 

Athens, Tennessee 
B.A., English 



JOSEPH LEE LAWSON 

717 Summitt Street 
Athens, Tennessee 
B.S., Business 
Society for Advancement of Management 4. 



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J. C. LYONS 

226 N. Purdue, #103 
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 
B.S., Education 
Transferred from Hiwassee Col- 
lege. 

CHARLENE NOTGRASS 
MISCHLICH 
Tavares, Florida 
B.S., Business Administration 
Transferred from Hiwassee Col- 
lege. 

JOE CLYDE MISCHLICH 

Knoxville, Tennessee 
B.S., Accounting 
Transferred from Hiwassee Col- 
lege. Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 3, 4, Vice- 
President 4. 

JAMES HOWARD MOORE 

Athens, Tennessee 
B.S., Accounting 

SAMUEL NESBITT, JR. 

36 Plymouth Street 

Montclair, New Jersey 

B.S., History 

GERALD JACINTO PEDINI 

408 W. Lockhart Street 

Sayre, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Education 

Wesleyan Roundtable 4. 



FREDERICK MICHAEL PERACHIO 

64 Oriole Lane 
Trumbull, Connecticut 
B.S., Biology 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Marshal 3, Comp- 
troller 4; NOCATULA Staff 1, 2, 3, Editor 3; Mascot 
of Zeta Mu Epsilon 2, Sweetheart of Zeta Mu Epsilon 
3; Inter-Fraternity Council President 4; WHD'S WHO 
AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVER- 
SITIES AND COLLEGES. 

MARY EMILY PETREE 
Newport, Tennessee 
B.A., Religion and Philosophy 
Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Consul 2, Recording Sec- 
retary 3, Vice President 4; Student Christian Associa- 
tion 1, 2, 3, 4, Worship Chairman 2, Vice-President 3; 
BULLDOG Staff 2, 3, 4, Editor 3, 4; Life Service 
Girls 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Class Treasurer; Alpha Beta 

3, 4, Treasurer 3; Choir 1,2; Lawrence Dorm Council 
2; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMER- 
ICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

MARGARET HOPE RAPKING 

Madisonville, Tennessee 

B.A., English 

Transferred from Hiwassee College. Alpha Xi Delta 

4, Scholarship Chairman 4; NOCATULA Staff 3, 4, 
Editor 4; Senior Class Vice-President; Student Council 
4; BULLDOG Staff 3; WHO'S WHO AMONG STU- 
DENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND 
COLLEGES. 

JAMES CLAIR RICHARDSON 
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee 
B.S., Biology 
Phi Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Balfour 
Award 3; Harvest King 3; Student Council 3, 4, Vice- 
President 3, President 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG 
STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND 
COLLEGES. 




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WANDA McCONNELL RIDDLE 

Etowah, Tennessee 

B.S., Education 



MARGARET ANN ROBERSON 

2201 Ashmore Avenue 

Chattanooga, Tennessee 

B.S., Education 

Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Historian 2; 

Sophomore Class Secretary; Junior Class Secretary; 

Freshman Class Secretary; Student Council Secretary 

4; Dorm Council 1; BULLDOG Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Women's Athletic Association 2; Poetry Club 1, 2, 3; 

Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4. 



JEAN CORUM SAIN 

Athens, Tennessee 
B. S., General Business 
Alpha Beta 3, 4. 



BRENDA SUE SMITH 

1917 Chamberlain 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 
B.S., Business Administration 
Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Projects Chairman 2, Assist- 
ant Treasurer 3, Treasurer 4; BULLDOG Staff 3, 4, 
Business Manager 3, Feature Editor 4; Choir 1, 2; 
Life Service Girls 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Christian Asso- 
ciation 1, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council 1, 2; Senior Class 
Treasurer. 





MARY ANNA SMITH 
Greeneville, Tennessee 
B.S., Education 
Kappa Delta 3, 4. 
WALLACE AUBREY SMITH 
Ooltewah, Tennessee 
B.S., Business 
Society for Advancement of Man- 
agement 4; Debate Team 3; Stu- 
dent Council 4; Senior Class Boy 
Representative. 

GERALD LESLIE 

STANBERY 

Route *3, Wildwood 

Maryville, Tennessee 

B.S., History 

FONDA GAYLE STARNES 
Cleveland, Tennessee 
B.A., Music 
Kappa Delta 3, 4, President 4; 
Choir 3, 4, Section Leader 4; Life 
Service Girls 4; Student Christian 
Association 4; Laura T. Sherman 
Music Fraternity 3, 4, President 4. 

WANDA MAE TREVENA 

Route #3 
Sevierville, Tennessee 
Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic 
Director 4; Women's Athletic As- 
sociation 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 
3, President 4; Freshman Class 
Treasurer; Dorm Council 1, 3; 
BULLDOG Staff 1, 2, 3, 4. 

PETER FRANCIS 
VON DREELE 

2217 Hillside Road 

Wilmington 3, Delaware 

B.A., History 

BULLDOG Staff 3; NOCATULA 

Staff 4. 



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JOHN DAVIS WALKER 

Athens, Tennessee 
B.S., Business Education 
Transferred from University of Tennessee. Society for 
Advancement of Management 4. 



AGNES ROSE WEBB 

Jasper, Tennessee 

B.S., Education 

Alpha Xi Delta 2, 3, 4, Historian 3, Social Chairman 

4; Dorm Council 3; Laura T. Sherman Music 

Fraternity 3. 



JOHN ALTON WEEKS 

Copperhill, Tennessee 
B.S.. Biology 



CATHERINE McINTYRE WENTWORTH 

Athens, Tennessee 
B.A., Piano 
Kappa Delta 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2, 3; Choir Accom- 
panist 1, 2, 3; Laura T. Sherman Music Fraternity 
1, 2, 4, Reporter 1; NOCATULA Staff 1; Dorm 
Council 2; Alpha Beta 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG 
STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND 
COLLEGES. 



GRADY GENE WHITE 

1519 Clinch Avenue 

Knoxville, Tennessee 

B.S., Business 



SHELBY ELFREDA WILLIAMS 

Route #1 

Cosby, Tennessee 

B.S., Education 

Transferred from Hiwassee College. Delta Zeta 4, 

Secretary 4; Student Christian Association 3, 4. 



KENNETH JAMES WOODARD 

Cleveland, Tennessee 
B.A., Economics 
Transferred from Lee College. Pre-Ministerial Asso- 
ciation 4. 



NADYNE WOOLSEY 

Newport, Tennessee 

B.S., Home Economics 

Alpha Xi Deha 2, 3, 4, Historian 4; Student Christian 

Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 4; Life Service Girls 

1, 2, 3, 4; BULLDOG Staff 2, 3, 4. 




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Junior Class 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: 

(Lejt to Right) 



Doris Hughes — Secretary-Treasurer 
Wayne Anderson — Vice-President 
Eloise Hitson — Girl Representative 
Bill Gibson — Boy Representative 
Guy Henry — President 



SANDRA LEE ALLEN 
3298 Van Buren Street 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 

DOROTHY ALMY 
330 Phoenix Avenue 
Daytona Beach, Florida 

WAYNE EDWARD ANDERSON 
3602 Pickering Avenue 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 



ROBERT BOWMASTER 

3601 Timberlake 
Knoxville, Tennessee 

FRANCIS JOSEPH BURGER 

Riceville, Tennessee 



CYRUS WESLEY CALLAHAN 

701 Woodman Street 
Athens, Tennessee 



JONNIE SHARON CARTER 

Chippewa Trail 

Medford Lakes, New Jersey 

BENJAMIN DILLON CHISM, JR. 

2512 Henderson 
Cleveland, Tennessee 

JOYCE DELORES COOK 

Greenback, Tennessee 




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CHARLES EDWIN FANNON 
1537 Greenfield 
Kingsport, Tennessee 

HELEN JOAN FRAZIER 

417 Rosedale Drive 
Kingsport, Tennessee 

WANDA GALE FRENCH 

Route #1 
Greenback, Tennessee 



WILLIAM RONALD GIBSON 
132 E. Park Place 
Jeffersonville, Indiana 

DENNIS O. GILLIKIN 

27 Martling Avenue 
Staten Island 10, New York 

LANDON HAYNES COINS 
Signal Mountain, Tennessee 



JAMES RICHARD GRIFFITH 
Route #4 
Madisonville, Tennessee 

EUGENE WILLIAM HAMILTON 

213 Holmes Street 
Boonton, New Jersey 

SUE ELLA HANKINS 

3501 Crestwood Drive 
Knoxville, Tennessee 



SYLVIA CAROL CORN 
Route #1 
Etowah, Tennessee 

KATHERINE JOYCE COULTER 

Route #3 
Maryville, Tennessee 



PAUL DAVID DENTON 

413 W. 1st Avenue 
Lenoir City, Tennessee 

DONALD LEE DONES 

Elizabeth, Indiana 




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LOU ANN HARRIS 

118 East Tennessee Avenue 

Oak Ridge, Tennessee 

GUY NOEL HENRY 

60 Governor Bradford Drive 
Harrington, Rhode Island 



JACK RONALD HENRY 

1194 Hardwick 
Cleveland, Tennessee 

SHIRLEY ELOISE HITSON 
Route #6 
Maryville, Tennessee 




LOY GAYNELL HIXSON 

805 Auburn Street 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 

DORIS JEAN HUGHES 
Route #2 
Niota, Tennessee 

NORMAN PETER KERL 
435 E. 79th Street 
New York, New York 



RICHARD KIMSEY 
Route #1 
EvansviUe, Tennessee 

MARY GEORGE KING 

1609 Middle River Drive 
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 

BARBARA MAE KUNDRAT 
615 Potts Road 
Tipton, Georgia 



RANDALL LEE KYKER 

Hicks Street 
Athens, Tennessee 

BYUNG AI LEE 

166-134, Noo Song Dong 
Seoul, Korea 

FOUNTA LEE LOVE, JR. 

347 S. Jackson Street 
Athens, Tennessee 



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GLENN MACKINNON 

Kingsland Road 
Boonton, New Jersey 

LON ELDON MARCUM 
1417 Avondale Avenue 
Richmond, Virginia 



ALBERT PAYNE 

Route #1 

Ten Mile, Tennessee 

JANET DOUGLAS PEACHER 

4105 Estes Road 
Nashville, Tennessee 



PRISCILLA JANE PEERY 
Hall Road 
Alcoa, Tennessee 

IDA DIANE RAMSEY 

1312 Union Street 
Brunswick, Georgia 

JOSEPH THOMAS REDDING 

Knoxville, Tennessee 



JERRY CLIFFORD ROBERTS 

Box 17 

Niota, Tennessee 

NANCY JO ROCK 
1305 Texas Avenue 
Bristol, Virginia 

WILEY ROSENBAUM 

209 Fifth Avenue 
Galax, Virginia 



JAMES HALBERT RUTHERFORD 

724 East Oak Hill Avenue 
Knoxville 17, Tennessee 

LAMETA CAROL SAGERS 
Westville Road 
Almonesson, New Jersey 



ROY SELLERS 
Route #3 
Athens, Tennessee 




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DAVID LEEROY SIMMERLY 
228 Lincoln 
Alcoa, Tennessee 

BETTY LOU SMITH 
Route #2 
Athens, Tennessee 



LYNDA GARRISON SMITH 

Box 226 

Spring City, Tennessee 

ROBERT SOSEBEE 
Blue Ridge, Georgia 






JOHN HENDERSON STILES 
Madisonvillc, Tennessee 

GERALD DOUGLAS 
STRICKLAND 

Madisonvillc, Tennessee 

DURA ELIZABETH 
UNDERWOOD 

414 Green Street 
Athens, Tennessee 



NANCY WADE 
Decatur, Tennessee 

MARTHA ANN WAMPLER 
Knoxville, Tennessee 

CHESTER L. WARREN 

Madisonville, Tennessee 



ELIZABETH WILL 

Mount Tabor, New Jersey 

LARRY GILBERT WIMBERLY 

Route #2 
Niota, Tennessee 

CARLETON RAY WRIGHT 

410 7th Street 

New Albany, Indiana 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS; 

(Left to Right) 



Bill Albritton — Vice-President 
Kay Ray field — Secretary 
Sonny Tarpley — President 
Becky Owen — Girl Representative 
Alan Kennedy — Boy Representative 

Not pictured: 
Ernie Ruesch — Treasurer 



Sophomore Class 



NANCY MARIE ADKINS 
2208 Charsley Road 
Kingsport, Tennessee 

WILLIAM HOYLE ALBRITTON 

Cleveland, Tennessee 

ALAN LEE ARMSTRONG 
7 Treis Terrace 
Saugerties, New York 



ANNA LAURA AYTES 
Lakeview Drive 
Dandridge, Tennessee 

ELIZABETH B. BANKS 

939 W. 1st Street 

Big Stone Gap, Virginia 

JOHN BARRY BARNETT 

922 Louisiana Avenue 
Etowah, Tennessee 



ALBERT JOE BURGESS 

3331 Roberts Road 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 

JEAN HAGER BURTON 
Box 469 
Tazewell, Virginia 



HILDRETH CAMERON 

White River Junction, Vermont 




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ROBERT HOLLIS GATE 

306 Cardinal Street 
Maryville, Tennessee 

ELLEN PATRICIA CHAMBERS 
1537 Guilford Road 
Columbus, Ohio 

WILLIAM COCHRAN 

Englewood, Tennessee 



JAMES THOMAS COLEMAN, JR. 

1292 Farrow Road 
Memphis, Tennessee 

CARL COLLOMS 

Route #2 
Charleston, Tennessee 

MARTHA JANE CRABTREE 

Keith Lane 
Athens, Tennessee 



ROBERT WALTON CRABTREE 

Gleason Road 
Knoxville, Tennessee 

JOSETTE CRITES 

5oddy, Tennessee 

WILLIAM HOWELL CURTIS 
Route #3, Beechwood Road 
Knoxville, Tennessee 





JAMES EDWIN DAVIS 

Georgia Avenue 
Etowah, Tennessee 

KAREN ROSE DAWSON 
Route #2 
Bybee, Tennessee 

DAVID ROSS DERRICK 
Route #1 
Englewood, Tennessee 



BETTY JEAN DOUGLAS 
Box 153 

Madisonville, Tennessee 

BEN ALLEN DUNN 

362 Lincoln Road 
Alcoa, Tennessee 

PIERCE JACKSON EDWARDS 

Galax, Virginia 



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SANDRA HU FOX 

Cedar Springs Estates 
Athens, Tennessee 

WILLIAM FRANKLIN FOX 
Oliver Springs, Tennessee 

THOMAS RICHARD FRAZIER 

4221 Hawthorne Avenue 
Huntsville, Alabama 



PHILIP DAVIS GARDNER, JR. 

215 Ridgedale Avenue 
Florham Park, New Jersey 

SANDRA LOUISE GARRISON 
South Main 
Sweetwater, Tennessee 

BILLY MACK GILES 
Route #2 
Loudon, Tennessee 



JAMES HATCHER GRAHAM, JR. 

506 Lincoln 
Newport, Tennessee 

DONNA GREEN 

9200 N.W. 15 Avenue 
Miami, Florida 

FRED GRIFFIN 

505 Cosby Road 
Newport, Tennessee 



LARRY JOEL GRIFFITH 

Route #7 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 

KENNETH EARL GUFFEY 
Route #4 
Athens, Tennessee 

MARGARET ANN HANEY 
Route #2 
Charleston, Tennessee 



GLENNA HARRIS 

North Tazewell, Virginia 

DOROTHY LUENA HELTON 

Box 151 

Charleston, Tennessee 

PAUL KLLLIAM HENSLEY 
646 Lupton Drive 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 




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WILLIAM LARRY HICKS 
Route #4, Box 471 
Lenoir City, Tennessee 

MARY CATHERINE HOOPER 

Tellico Plains, Tennessee 

DOROTHY LOURRAINE HOPKINS 

414 Laws Street 
Bridgeville, Delaware 



BRENDA JO HOWELL 
Route #2 
Sweetwater, Tennessee 

RONALD TIMOTHY JABALEY 
Copperhill, Tennessee 

GEORGE EARL JAMES 

2724 Magnolia 
Knoxville, Tennessee 



JUDY JOAN JAR VIS 
530 S. Kingston Avenue 
Rockwood, Tennessee 

ROSS VERNON JENNINGS, JR. 
3609 Crestwood Drive 
Kingsport, Tennessee 

LAGONDA KELLY 
Route #8 
Knoxville, Tennessee 





PEGGY ANN KELSO 
Route #2, Box 211 
Loudon, Tennessee 

MARCHIE KATHERINE KNITTLE 

407 Holly Avenue 

South Pittsburgh, Tennessee 

JOHN A. LATSHAW 

Box 353 

Spring City, Tennessee 



DAVID LEPCHITZ 

909 Jefferson 
Pulaski, Virginia 

LELAND DAVID LOOSE 
529 March Street 
Shillington, Pennsylvania 

NANCY JOAN LOWMILLER 
28 1 1 Wellesley Drive 
Columbus 21, Ohio 



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WILLIE PATRICIA MAPLES 

510 B Street 

Lenoir City, Tennessee 

JOHN MALCOLM McKEE 
6700 Sherwood Drive 
Knoxville, Tennessee 

MARY ALICE McREYNOLDS 

Route #2 
Athens, Tennessee 



PATRICIA JOAN MICHAELSON 
Hillcrest Drive 
Denville, New Jersey 

BARBARA ROSE MILLER 

Stanford Drive 
Athens, Tennessee 

MARY ANNE MONK 
Box 67 
Tazewell, Virginia 



MAURICE McKELLAR MOSER, JR. 
3825 Wood Lake Drive 
Knoxville, Tennessee 

REBECCA ANN OWEN 
Fairview Avenue 
Athens, Tennessee 

HOPE SHARON PARDUE 
Crestway Drive 
Athens, Tennessee 



CAROL JEAN PAYNE 
Route #1 
Copperhill, Tennessee 

JAMES ELLIOTT PECK 

Decatur, Tennessee 

CHARLES STAFFORD 
PEMBURN, JR. 

2 Norton Street 

St. Albany 5, New York 



LUCY KAY RAYFIELD 

Route #15 
Knoxville, Tennessee 

NANCY REYNOLDS 
Englewood, Tennessee 

DENNIS DUAIN RICH 

1625 Washington Avenue 
Kingsport, Tennessee 




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PATRICIA ROWE 

1040 S. Orlando Avenue 
Cocoa Beach, Florida 

ERNIE RUESCH 
Boynton Beach, Florida 

BETTY RUTH SMITH 
3306 Berkley Drive 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 



JAMES FRANKLIN SMITH 

Route #1 
Dayton, Tennessee 

DON ALLEN STEPHENS 
128 Pine Street 
Maryville, Tennessee 

DONNA MARLENE STEPPE 
Old Niles Ferry Road 
Maryville, Tennessee 



THOMAS A. TAYLOR 

207 E. Main Avenue 
Dayton, Tennessee 

DORTHY ELIZABETH VINCENT 

Box 197 

Athens, Tennessee 

RICHARD WADDELL 

4218 Tennessee Avenue 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 






MARY ALBERTA WARD 
Decatur, Tennessee 

MARTHA WHATLEY 

1409 Fiske 
Cocoa, Florida 

JIMMIE HAROLD 

WHELCHEL 
Route #19 
Knoxville, Tennessee 

BETTY JO WHITAKER 

Etowah, Tennessee 

MEL BERTRAND 
WILHITE, JR. 

2716 Keystone Avenue 
Knoxville 17, Tennessee 

J U ANITA WOMAC 
Athens, Tennessee 

ELIZABETH SUE WOOLSEY 

8009 Beverly Road 
Knoxville, Tennessee 

BONNIE LUCILLE WRIGHT 
31 Valencia Road 
Rockledge, Florida 



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FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: 

(Left to Right) 



Standing: 

Howard Hinds — Faculty Advisor 

John Lee — Treasurer 
Seated: 

Bill Ketchersid — Boy Representative 

Kathy Rowe — Vice-President 

Dave Chambers — President 

Linda McGee — Secretary 
Not pictured: 

Judy Jones — Girl Representative 



Freshman Class 



JAMES H. ACKERMAN 

25 Jewett Avenue 
Clifton, New Jersey 

WILLIAM CURTIS AIKEN 

408 Milligan Drive 
Greeneville, Tennessee 



LINDA BERYL AKERS 

210 North Daisy Street 
Morristown, Tennessee 



MARY MELINDA ALFORD 

518 Clinton Street 
Harriman, Tennessee 

STEPHEN ALLEN ANDERSON 

1209 Washington Pike 
Knoxville, Tennessee 

JAMES AUTHOR ARMOUR 
Route No. 1, Box 190 
Kingston, Tennessee 




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MARY JO ARNWINE 
Route #1 
Niota, Tennessee 

MARGIE LENOIR BAILEY 

Route #1 

Lenoir City, Tennessee 

MELVIN ERNEST BAILEY 

1424 McFarland Avenue 
Rossville, Georgia 



SALLY CHURCH BAXTER 
Woods Hole Road 
Falmouth, Massachusetts 

OLEN CAIN BEETS, JR. 

2017 N. Chamberlain 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 

PATRICIA ANN BENNETT 
4 Castle Avenue 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 



BENNIE EUGENE BEVERLY 

148 Hedges Street 
Marietta, Georgia 

JOHN LARGE BOGART 
Route #6 
Sevierville, Tennessee 

MARILYN CAROL BOWERS 

414 Louisiana Avenue 
Etowah, Tennessee 



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ROSE ANN BRIDGES 

Box 22 

Englewood, Tennessee 

MICHAEL EVERETT BRUCE 
2104 Coker Avenue 
Knoxville, Tennessee 

PAUL BRYANT 
817 Spring Street 
Royston, Georgia 



BARBARA ANN BUCKNER 
1207 Park Street 
Sweetwater, Tennessee 

FRANCES E. BUNCH 
Chatsworth, Georgia 

BOYD ALLEN CALDWELL 
Route #4 
Loudon, Tennessee 



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VIRGINIA ANN CAMISA 
Athens, Tennessee 

FRANCES MARIE CARROLL 

Box 122 

Englewood, Tennessee 

EDWIN DAVID CHAMBERS 

1537 Guilford Road 
Columbus 21, Ohio 



BARBARA JEAN CLEMENTSON 

Big Spring, Tennessee 

JOSEPH POPE COBB, III 

83 South Marne 
Memphis, Tennessee 

MARGARET PENNY COLL 

129 Nyetimber 
Corapolis, Pennsylvania 



LINDA SUE COMBS 
1801 6th Street 
Richlands, Virginia 

RICHARD AUSTIN COMER, JR. 
4118 Maloney Road 
Knoxville, Tennessee 

WELDON REESE CROOK 
2856 Boulevard Drive, N.E. 
Atlanta 17, Georgia 



MILDRED SUE CRUMLEY 
Indian River Village 
LaFolIette, Tennessee 

MELBA MAE DAVIS 
Delano, Tennessee 

FRANKIE ALLEN DENNIS 
10 Johnson Street 
Athens, Tennessee 



HOWARD LONG DENNIS 
Route #5 
Athens, Tennessee 

WILLIAM EDWARD DRAKE 

4728 Holston Drive 
Knoxville, Tennessee 

PEGGY EDGEMON 
Route #2 
Erie, Tennessee 




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HORACE MAYNARD ELLIS, III 

167 GreeD Street 
Athens, Tennessee 

JAMES OWEN ELLIS 
167 Green Street 
Athens, Tennessee 

ARLENE KATHRYN EVANS 
1 10 Main Street 
Ridgefield Park, New Jersey 



JOHN CRAIGMILES FARMER 

1321 Calderwood Avenue 
Maryville, Tennessee 

LINDA BONNELL FOWLER 

1124 Euclid Avenue 
Bristol, Virginia 

LAWRENCE LEO FUGATE 
Route #1 
Calhoun, Tennessee 



ELIZABETH MARTHA GERDES 

99 West Forest Avenue 
Tewneck, New Jersey 

JOY ANN CMIAY 

217 Delashmitt Road 
Hixson 4, Tennessee 

JUDY GAIL GROSECLOSE 
Route #4 
Wytheville, Virginia 











JOHNNY FRANK GUINN 
808 Whitehall Road 
Knoxville 19, Tennessee 

RUFUS MAJOR GUTHRIE 
205 N. Thornton Avenue 
Dalton, Georgia 

SYLVIA DARLENE HARGIS 

Route #1 

Lenoir City, Tennessee 



BENNIE LORENE HELTON 

Charleston, Tennessee 



CHARLES LEE HILL, 

408 High Street 
Franklin, Kentucky 



JR. 



KATHY HILL 

228 North Hermitage 
Lookout Mountain, Tennessee 



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CHARLES WILLIAM HOGAN, JR. 

4616 Alabama Avenue 
Lynchburg, Virginia 

DIONG YONG HOO 

556 Pekan Gurney 
Perak, Malaya 

KAREN LEE HORTON 
1326 Blacker Lane 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 



LARRY WILLIAM HUFFMAN 

2355 Oak Avenue 
Buena Vista, Virginia 

MILES DANIEL HUGHES 

Route #1 
Niota, Tennessee 

WILLIAM GLENN HUMBERT 

Route #2 
Philadelphia, Tennessee 



CAROL JO HUNT 

Route #1 
Kingston, Tennessee 

CHARITY HUNT 

1218 W. 21 Ct. 

Fort Lauderdale, Florida 

MONA FA YE HUNT 

Box 15 

Tellico Plains, Tennessee 



JUDITH KAY JONES 

1401 Lament 
Kingsport, Teimessee 

FRED CLIFTON KEENER, JR. 

7 Brookside 
Sweetwater, Tennessee 

WILLIAM LESTER KETCHERSID 

Spring City, Tennessee 



VELMA RAYE KIDWELL 

Route #11 
Greeneville, Tennessee 

JOHN J. KILLEFFER, JR. 

107 Ridgeside Road 
Chattanooga 1 1 , Tennessee 

JAMES C. LANCASTER 
1328 Lamar 
Memphis, Tennessee 




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MARY MARLENE LATHAM 
R.F.D. #5 
Sevierville, Tennessee 

JOHN LAMBERT LEE 

218 W. FairviewRoad 
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 

ELIZABETH ANNE LITTLE 

Box 125 

Decatur, Tennessee 



GAIL ELIZABETH LOWERY 

3419 Dell TraU 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 

RONALD CHRISTIAN MARTIN 

809 Lester Road 
Knoxville, Tennessee 

JAMES FREDERICK McAMIS, JR. 
24 Lafayette Street 
Athens, Tennessee 



CHARLES ERNEST McCALLIE 

6814 Conner Lane 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 

LINDA JOYCE McGEE 

1201 Lee Avenue 
Rossville, Georgia 

EVELYN EARLE McKlNNEY 
Route #7, E. Brainerd Road 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 





ELIZABETH ANN McNISH 

225 Mechanic Street 
Jefferson City, Tennessee 

WAYNE MELVIN 

Route #2 
Charleston, Tennessee 

ROBERT LEWIS MILLER 
Pope Avenue 
Athens, Tennessee 



RONNIE LOWAS MILLER 

Route #2 
Niota, Tennessee 

WILLIAM PETER MILLER, JR. 
110 Second Avenue 
Jonesboro, Tennessee 

PATSY MORGAN 
Route #5 , Box 520 
Cleveland, Tennessee 



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LANA MYNATT 
125 Fair Street 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 

GRADY LAKE NICHOLS, JR. 

Athens, Tennessee 

J. LOICE PARKS 
Route #1 
Fries, Virginia 



HAROLD LEE PEDEN 

503 Elm Street 

South Pittsburgh, Tennessee 

CHARLES D. PIERCE, JR. 

8 1 1 North Jackson Street 
Athens, Tennessee 

DONALD CRUZE PRATT 

Matlock Road 
Athens, Tennessee 



KAREN INGRID QUAMMEN 
Baconton, Georgia 

ROGER ALLAN RICHARDSON 
2808 N. Chadwick Drive 
Mobile, Alabama 

MARY LOU ROBBINS 
Route #1 
Clinton, Tennessee 



EWART SANFORD ROBINSON 

100 Peach Road 
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 

FRANK EDWIN RODDY 
6616 Ballard Drive 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 

KATHLEEN ELIZABETH ROWE 

1040 S. Orlando Avenue 
Cocoa Beach, Florida 



PATRICIA LEE SATTERFIELD 

2908 Oswald Street 
Knoxville, Tennessee 

NOLA RUTH SCROGGINS 

800 Pope Avenue 
Athens, Tennessee 

JANICE SHASTEEN 

Circle Drive 
Cleveland, Tennessee 




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EARLENE SIMPSON 
Box 111 
Oakwood, Virginia 

LESLIE RONALD SLACK 

Route #4 
Athens, Tennessee 

THOMAS REECE SMALL 

342 S. Jackson Street 
Athens, Tennessee 



RAYMOND DELANE STILES 

Route #1 
Englewood, Tennessee 

EARL COLUMBUS STINNETT 

Route #2 
Friendsville, Tennessee 

WILLIAM DAVID SULLINS 
302 Forrest Avenue 
Athens, Tennessee 



MILDRED ANN SUTTON 

13th Street, Box 39 
Etowah, Tennessee 

EDWARD TAYLOR 

Crisfield, Maryland 

JAMES RONALD THOMPSON 
Route #2 
Erie, Tennessee 



SANDRA LOUISE THOMPSON 
1300 Ohio Avenue 
Etowah, Tennessee 

JERRY LEE TIPTON 

Route #12, Burkhart Road 
Knoxville, Tennessee 

KAREN D. TREHER 

114 Laronia Avenue 
Red Bank, Tennessee 



MARY FRANCES TROTTER 

Box 1024 
Pulaski, Virginia 

GLENDA ALLEN TRUE 
Route #3, Crestwood 
Kingston, Tennessee 

MARGARET LOUISE UNDERWOOD 

414 Green Street 
Athens, Tennessee 





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KATHERINE MAE VAN HUSS 
907 Joslyn Avenue 
Pennington Gap, Tennessee 

J. ALAN VAN OSTENBRIDGE 
166 Francisco Avenue 
Little Falls, New Jersey 

BARBARA ANNE WALKER 
Route #5, Keith Lane 
Athens, Tennessee 



HUGH WILLIAM WALKER 
1 100 Watercress Drive 
Knoxville, Tennessee 

SALLY JO WALL 
605 Forest Hills 
Knoxville, Tennessee 

MARILYN ROSE WARD 

Route #4 
Sweetwater, Tennessee 



FRANK SHADDEN WEBB 

600 9th Street 
Etowah, Tennessee 

ROBERT LAND WELLS 
3911 Oakland Terrace 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 

LYNDA DORENE WHITMIRE 

4201 Palm Drive 
Knoxville, Tennessee 



WILLIAM HERMAN WIBEL 

60 Boulevard 

Mountain Lakes, New Jersey 

MARY LYNNE WILHOIT 

Route #1 
McDonald, Tennessee 

COLETTA JOAN WILLIAMS 

North Tazewell, Virginia 



SALLY ANN WILLIAMS 
141 Elm Road 
Falmouth, Massachusetts 

CHRIS CHEW ONG WONG 

8 Blacksmith Road 
Sibu, Sarawak 




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Activities 








SUPERLATIVES 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT 



PUBLICATIONS 



ORGANIZATIONS 



WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS 

IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES 

AND COLLEGES 



WHO'S WHO, a national honor organization for outstanding 
students, has been in existence since 1934. This year Tennessee 
Wesleyan College was privileged to have the opportunity of nomi- 
nating eleven seniors, all of whom were accepted by the organi- 
zation. These students were nominated by members of the junior 
and senior classes and members of the faculty. 

Students are recognized by this organization each year on 
the basis of scholarship, participation and leadership in academic 
and extra-curricular activities, citizenship and promise of future 
usefulness. A certificate of recognition is presented to the student 
upon graduation. In addition to this, the nationwide honor organi- 
zation maintains a reference or placement service which is free of 
cost to the student. 

Membership in WHO'S WHO is one of the highest honors 
that may come to a college or university student. 




MARY BRATTON 




ELEANOR DOVER 



JERRY EDMONDS 



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CAROLYN HAMMOND 



GARY HOLT 




ANNETTE KINSER 



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RICK PERACHIO 




MARY PETREE 



PEGGY RAPKING 




JIM RICHARDSON 



CATHERINE WENTWORTH 



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MISS TWC 



MARY FRANCES CRESWELL 



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MR. TWC 



JERRY EDMONDS 



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Senior Superlatives 



Senior Superlatives are selected by popu- 
lar vote of the senior class. These students 
are chosen on the basis of leadership, 
achievement, personality, and character. 
This year the class elected thirteen of its 
members as Senior Superlatives. 



Jerry Edmonds, Ann Roberson, and Jim Brown. 




Mary Bratton (Not pictured: Catherine Wentworth). 




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Jim Richardson and Mary Petree. 



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Left to Right, First Row (reading up): Jim Richardson, Dave Chambers. Bill Ketchersid, Sonny Tarpley, Wayne Anderson, Bill Gibson. Second 
Row: Ann Roberson, Kathy Rowe, Eloise Hitson, Becky Owen, Wallace Smith. Third Row: Eleanor Dover, Gary Holt, Guy Henry, Peggy Rapking, 
Carolyn Hammond. Fourth Row: Sonny Wright. Not pictured: Judy Jones. Floyd Bowling — Sponsor. 

STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

At the beginning of the year the student leaders at TWC 
attended a retreat designed to acquaint faculty and students 
with problems and plans for the year ahead. Students were 
informed of new construction, including the renovation of the 
Student Lounge. 



The Student Council has continued its practice of holding 
freshmen orientation, post-ballgame dances, and sponsoring 
assembly programs. Student Council projects are designed to 
benefit the students and carry out the policies of the college. 





Dr. Frederick A. Rohrman, one of the Assembly 
speakers sponsored by the Student Council. 



OFFICERS: Left to Right: Ann Roberson, Secretary; Jim Richardson, President; Eleanor 
Dover, Treasurer; Sonny Wright, Vice-President. 





Left to Right, Seated: Carolyn Hammond; Nancy Adkins, Alternate; Lou Ann Harris; Judy Jones, Alternate; Becky Owen; Sue Ella Hankins; Peggy Rap- 
king, Alternate. Standing: Karen Treher; Mary Lou Robhins; Jim Richardson; Bill Gibson; John Moss; Allen Dennis, Alternate; Gene Hamilton; Rick 
Perachio, Alternate; Bill Albritton; Wayne Anderson; Phil Gardner, Alternate; Betty Ruth Smith; Sonny Tarpley. 



TWC AMBASSADORS 



Fourteen Tennessee Wesleyan College students were 
elected as charter members for a new campus organ- 
ization to be known as the TWC AMBASSADORS. 
Members of the organization will serve for one year 
as official hosts for all college events related to the 
Offices of Development, Recruitment, and Alumni 
Relations. In addition, they will participate in the high 
school visitation program conducted by the Recruit- 
ment Office. College sponsor for the group is Charles 
J. (Buddy) Liner, Director of Student Recruitment 
and Alumni Relations. 



Carolyn escorts a group of visitors. 




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NO SMOKING 




Mary Petree, Editor 



The Bulldog 

Poblished during the school year by (he students of 
TENNESSEE WESLEYAN COLLEGE, ATHENS, TENNESSEE 



FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 


1961 


THE STAFF 

Editor -- ______ 


Marv Petree 


News Editor 


Jill Davis 


Feature Editor 


Brenda Smith 


Religious Editor 


Carolyn Hammond 



News Reporters— Anna Aytes, Patsy Bennett, Randall Bigham, 
Charles Fannon. Dennis Gilhkin, Dean Gtant, Dot Jones, 
Nancy Lowmilier, Mary Frances Trotter, Dura Under- 
wood. 

Feature Writers— Elise Aytes, Phil Gardner, Charlie Hood, R. 
V. Jennings, Annette Kinser, Kay Rayfield, Ann Rober- 
son. 

Sports Writers Ralph Jones, Tom Watson 

Typists _... Lynn Wilhoit, Lillian Cook, Juanita Womac 

Circulation Staff — Sharon Pardue, Nancy Reynolds, Wanda 
Trevena, Nadyne Woolsey. 



Advisor . 



Addison R. Barker, Jr. 



Left to Right, Seated: Sharon Pardue, Ann Roberson, Carolyn Hammond. Mary Petree. Brenda Smith, Jill Davis. Standing: Dot Jones, R. V. Jennings. 
Dean Grant, Mr. Addison Barker, Elise Aytes. Nadyne Woolsey. Randall Bigham. Wanda Trevena, Charles Hood, Lillian Cook, Phil Gardner. Annette 
Kinser. Juanita Womac. Dennis Gillikia, Pat Bennett. Nancy Reynolds, Mary Frances Trotter. 




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Editor Peggy Rapking 



Assistant Editor 



Peter Von Dreele 




Left to Right, Seated: Pat Bennett; Linda McGee; Lynda Whitmire; Peggy Rapking; Mr. Ben McClary, Spon- 
sor; Eva Lou Groves. StunJing: Josette Crites; Jan Peacher; Peter Von Dreele; Dennis Gillikin; Sandra Allen; 
Charles Hood; Evelyn iVIcKinney. 



THE NOCATULA STAFF 



Pete Von Dreele, the assistant editor, is hard at work. 



All the materials are here. Where's the staff? 





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Left to Right, Seated: Dr. Albert Bowman. Sponsor; Bill Albritton; Mary Bratton; Phil Gardner; Alan Kennedy; Becky Owen; Mr. J. Van B. Coe, Spon- 
sor. Standing, First Row: Doug McCoy, Sally Baxter, Karen Quammen, Ann Mason, Mary Ann Monk, Jack Houts, Sponsor. Second Row: Dennis Gilli- 
kin, Bill Bork, Peter Von Dreele, Jim Gregory, Bill Yates, Sponsor. 



WESLEYAN 
ROUNDTABLE 



A dinner meeting of the Roundtable. 





Left to Right, First Row: Mary Bratton, Secretary; Phil Gard- 
ner, President; Becky Owen, Treasurer. Second Row: Bill Albrit- 
ton, Program Chairman; Alan Kennedy, Vice-President, 



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Alpha Beta 
Honorary 
Fraternity 

The purpose of Alpha 
Beta Honorary Fraternity 
is twofold: 

First, to recognize stu- 
dents who have attained a 
high standard of scholar- 
ship, to encourage them to 
continue along this line, 
and to inspire others to 
strive for similar conspicu- 
ous attainment; 

Second, to develop good 
character, and to motivate 
each individual to the real- 
ization of his highest po- 
tential. 




Lejt to Right, Sealed: Dr. Albert Bowman, Sponsor; Annette Kinser, President; Jean Sain; Mary 
Bratton, Secretary; Sylvia Corn, Treasurer; Dr. Robert Mildram, Sponsor. Standing: Larry Gaby; Joe 
Burger; Mary Tim Burgin; Mary Petree, Vice-President; Peggy Rapking; Catherine Wentworth. 




Pi 

Gamma Mu 



The purpose of Pi Gamma 
Mu, the National Social Science 
Honor Society, is to improve 
scholarship in the social studies; 
to take an intellectual approach 
to the solution of social prob- 
lems; to develop a better under- 
standing of others with different 
opinions and institutions. 

Tennessee Wesleyan College's 
chapter of Pi Gamma Mu was 
organized this year, and it is 
looking toward increasing growth 
in the years ahead. 



Left to Right, Seated: Sally Ealy; Peggy Rapking; Mary Bratton; Baker Martin; Dr. Albert Bowman, 
Sponsor. Standing: Albert Payne; Mr. Van B. Coe, Sponsor; Mr. Charles Sallis, Sponsor; Sonny 
Wright; Guy Henry. 



Society For The Advancement Of Management 




The Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management, 
a national organization, 
brings business executives 
and students together. It 
provides the student with 
the opportunity for partici- 
pation in the organizing, 
planning, directing, and 
controlling of the activities 
of an organization dedi- 
cated to the promotion and 
advancement of the art of 
science and management. 



Left to Right, Seated: B. T. Hutson, Sponsor; Gary Womac, Secretary-Treasurer; Jim Brakebill, President; Joe MiscMich, 
Vice-President. Standing: Robert Crabtree, Gene Leslie. Bill Cochran, Jim Smith, Pete Kerl, Jim Brown, James Kelley, Jim 
Davis, Barry Bamett, Phil Hall, Wallace Smith, Wiley Rosenbaum, Tom Coffey, Bob Bowmaster, Joe Lawson, Bill Gibson, 
Hal Roe, John Walker, Ron Biddle. 



Beta Beta 
Beta 

Tennessee Wesleyan College 
has been granted a charter for the 
organization of the Eta Omega 
Chapter of Beta Beta Beta, a na- 
tional honor fraternity for the 
encouragement of the biological 
sciences. The purpose of Beta 
Beta Beta is to form an honor 
society for students of biological 
sciences and thereby stimulate 
sound scholarship, to promote 
the dissemination of scientific 
truth and encourage investigation 
in the life sciences. 




Left to Right, Seated: Becky Owen, Wanda Trevena, Wanda French, Joyce Cook, Susie Creswell. Standing: Dr. Wil- 
liam Adams — Sponsor, Tom Grizzard, Jordan Carter, Jim Richardson, Rick Perachio, Gary Holt. 




Lejt to Right: Dr. Carl Honaker. John Moss, Rev, Wilmer Robbins, Annette Kinser, Bill Albritton, Dr. Ralph Mohney, Bob Bowmaster, Eleanor Dover, 
Chaplain Howard Hinds, Jim Richardson, Phil Gardner, Carolyn Hammond, C. D. Hagaman, Eloise Hitson, Mr. A. J. Houts. 

RELIGIOUS LIFE COUNCIL 

The Religious Life Council directs the religious life program. It serves as an advisory council 
for the work of the chaplain and directs recommendations to the executive committee regarding 
policies and philosophy of religious activities. 



THE CHAPLAIN 




RELIGIOUS LIFE AT TENNESSEE 
WESLEYAN COLLEGE 

The religious life program of Tennessee Wesleyan Col- 
lege is designed to assist and guide each student into a per- 
sonal understanding of and commitment to the Christian 
faith. We are dedicated to the idea that the Christian religion 
is a vital part of education and that education is an integral 
part of the Christian religion. 

Realizing that our chief end is to become effective 
witnesses for Jesus Christ, and being fully cognizant that 
our college experience is a vital step toward this end, we 
seek to provide an atmosphere where persons may study 
and work together for the development of their physical, in- 
tellectual, and spiritual capacities. 



The Reverend Mr. Howard N. Hinds 



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STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 
COUNCIL 



The Student Christian Associa- 
on Council is comprised of 
lected representatives of the 
tudent body. Its duties are to 
Ian, promote and activate the 
'hristian life program on the 
ampus. The council chose as a 
leme for its activities this year: 
Our Campus, World, Selves, 
ad Our Faith!" 




Lejt to Right, Seated: Lou Ann Harris, Mel Wilhite. Eloise Hitson. John Moss, Carolyn Hammond, Lillian Cook, 
Joyce Coulter. Standing: Wayne Anderson, Dura Underwood, Elise Aytes, Gene Hamilton, Chaplain Howard Hinds, 
Betty Ruth Smith, Bill Albritton, Nadyne Woolsey, Karen Dawson, R. V. Jennings. 

STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 



The Student Christian Association is the student Christian life organization for ALL students, regardless of denominational affilia- 
tions. Each student becomes a member upon enrollment in the college. Pictured below is a typical meeting of the SCA with Mr. Roy 
ShOling, director of development, speaking on the subject of "Alcohol and the College Campus." 




Wesleyan 

Ministerial 

Association 



The Wesleyan Ministerial As- 
sociation offers fellowship and in- 
spiration to the pre-ministerial 
students. Many of the men have 
pastoral charges. This promotes 
a feeling of unity of purpose 
within the group. 



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Left to Right, First Row: Billy Mack Giles, Bill Miller, Lee Ellis, Edward Taylor, Mel Wilhite, Kenneth Wood- 
ard, Dwayne Scott, Wayne Anderson. Second Row: Jack Edwards, John Moss, Chaplain Howard Hinds, Jerry 
Anderson, James Rutherford, Charles Dixon, Charles Pemburn. Third Row: Charles Fannon, C. D. Hagaman, 
Albert Payne, Roy Latourette, Bill Albritton, Cyrus Callahan, Jerry Roberts. 



Left to Right, First Row: Martha Wampler, Mary Lou Robbins, Eloise Hitson, Karen Treher, Betty Ruth Smith. 
Second Row: Pat Bennett, Joy Gray, Peggy Kelso, Nancy Lowmiller, Eva Lou Groves, Lillian Cook, Brenda 
Smith. Wanda Trevena. Third Row: Fonda Starnes, Carolyn Hammond, Betsy Banks, Marlene Latham, Pat Sat- 
terfield, Nadyne Woolsey, Mary Petree. 



Life Service 
Girls 

The Life Service Girls is an 
organization of girls who are 
planning to enter a church-re- 
lated vocation. It offers fellow- 
ship to those who feel a need to 
dedicate their lives to a vocation 
serving human needs. 




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Dr. Roland Hayes 

Dr. Hayes presented the "Life of Christ" Concert and Sacred Music 
Symposium during the Fall Quarter. Reprinted by permission of the 
Arts Program of the Association of American Colleges. 



Special Events 




Mrs. Ralph W. Mohney 

Mrs. Mohney addressed the SCA on the subject: "The 
Christian Family." 




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Rabbi Meyer Marx 




Miss Betty Ruth Goode 



Mr. Marx, spiritual leader of the Temple Beth El 
in Knoxville, was the Brotherhood Week speaker. 



Miss Goode, representative of the Board of Missions, 
visited the campus to interview students regarding the 
frontiers of service in our Church. 



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Special Projects 



The Worship Committee of the SCA Council completed a 
prayer room for meditation and prayer in Trinity Church. 




The Community Service Committee of the SCA Council and a 
group of SCA members enroute to the Athens Convalescent 
Home for their weekly visitation. 




The Team Committee of the SCA Council spon- 
sored four teams — Witness, Deputation, Voca- 
tion, National — throughout the Conference dur- 
ing the year. Pictured is a visiting choir from 
our sister college, Morristown College. 



The Worship Committee and the Pre-Min and 
LSG united to initiate a voluntary chapel service 
for the student-faculty community which meets 
each Monday. Pictured is a group at prayer at 
the altar of Trinity. 



SPIRITUAL LIFE RETREAT 

Dr. Roy H. Burkhart, Retreat Speaker 





"Cha-Cha" and company partake of nourishment at the 
Chow Hall. 



"Burkie" and gang in an informal counseling session. 






"Burkie" and Jack blend voices in song. 



Mrs. M. and the "Bunnies" hop. 





Dennis and cohorts pour the syrup on the flap-jacks at the annual 
Pancake Supper sponsored by the SCA. 

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"Veep" Carolyn and gang in deep theo- 
logical conversation at the close of an 
SCA session. 



Nathan Twining, Pianist 
Reprinted by permission of the National Concert and Artist Corporation. 



The Cuhural Life Committee and the Athens 
Civic Music Association are responsible for 
many of the cultural programs at the College 
during the year. Among the contributions of 
the Civic Music Association to this program 
of cultural appreciation were concerts by Na- 
than Twining, pianist, and I Musici, a twelve- 
piece string ensemble. 

Included in the Fine Arts program are 
drama productions presented each quarter un- 
der the direction of Mr. Harry Coble. Senior 
student recitals also provide opportunities for 
students and townspeople to enjoy fine per- 
formances. 




Charlotte Kelly, senior organ recital 



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Catherine Wentworth, senior piano recital 



Bill Yates, one of the leading actors in "Our Town." 




A scene from the Drama Department's production of "Our Town." 



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Mr. Harry Coble, sole actor in "Krapp's Last Tape," presented in tlw Fall Quarter. 




"The House by the Stable," a modern religious drama presented by the Religious Drama Class. 



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The chorus of "John Brown's Body" in rehearsal. 




Tommy Watson and Gladys Kyle rehearse a tense scene. 




Laura T. Sherman Music Fraternity 

Left to Right: Fonda Starnes, President; Don Pratt; O. C. Beets; 
Judy Jones; Karen Horton; Jill Cameron; Paul McElhaney; Pat 
Bennett; Charlotte Kelly; Betsy Banks; Betty Douglas. Not pictured: 
Mary Greenhoe, Sponsor. 



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Left to Right, First Row: Don Pratt, at Piano; Elizabeth McNish; Charlotte Kelly; Jill Cameron; Sue Ella Hankins; Anna Aytes; Karen Horton; Joy Gray: 
Quammen. Second Ron-: Sylvia Hargis; Melinda Alford; Carol Hunt; Betty Douglas; Evelyn McKinney; Karen Horton; Nancy Adkins; Glenda True; Mary 
Helen Frazier; Libby Little. Tliird Row: George Gregory; O. C. Beets; Dura Underwood; Betsy Banks; Elise Aytes; Dot Hopkins; Mary Lou Robbins; 
Haney; Sandra Fox; Joyce Coulter; Dennis Gillikin; Joe Lamb. Fourth Row: James Graham; Bill Albritton; Colin Bagwell; Charles Hood; Mel Wilhite; 
McElhaney; Ronnie Harris; George James; Bob Bonnet; Ben Chism; Sonny Tarpley; Gene Hamilton; Larry Griffith; Charles Fannon. 



Left to Right: Charlie Hoodj President; Charlie Fannon, Vice-President; 
Gene Hamilton, Assistant Busmess Manager; Lillian Cook, Librarian; Joyce 
Coulter. Assistant Librarian; Dennis Gillikin, Business Manager; Sandra 
Fox, Social Chairman; Bob Bonnet, Social Chairman; Charlotte Kelly, 
Treasurer. 




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inda Combs; Fonda Starnes; Judy Jones; Lillian Cook; Lisa Lee; Karen 
ranees Trotter; Josette Crites; Pat Bennett; Nancy Lowmiller; Kathy Hill; 
etty Ruth Smith; Martha Wampler; P. J. Michaelson; Becky Owen; Marti 
/ayne Anderson; Alan Kennedy; Steve Anderson; Rormie Martin; Paul 




DIRECTOR: A. J. Houts 



The four leading players in the 1962 Spring Show, "South 
Pacific." 



SECTION LEADERS: Charlotte Kelly, Tenor Section; Fonda 
Starnes, Second Soprano Section; Don Pratt, Bass Section; Judy Jones, 
Alto Section; Betty Douglas, First Soprano Section. 






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Let's go to the wedding! 




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GOVERNING BODIES 




SORORITIES 



FRATERNITIES 



Mary Petree 
Vice-President 



Juanita Womac 

Betsy Will 

Joyce Coulter 

Mary Arme Monk 

Lou Ann Harris 
President 

Susie Creswell 
Secretary 

NOT PICTURED: 

Sharon Pardue 
Treasurer 



Floyd E. Bowling 
Advisor 




First Row: 

Phil Gardner 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Rick Perachio 
President 

Floyd E. Bowling 
Advisor 

Ronnie Edwards 

Second Row: 

Gary Holt 

Bob Bowmaster 

Bill Bork 

Jim Brown 

Fred Griffin 

Guy Henry 




Panhellenic And Inter-Fraternity Councils 



The women's Panhellenic Council and the men's Inter-Fraternity Council are the ad- 
visory boards for the sororities and fraternities on campus. Composed of representatives 
from the fraternal organizations, their aim is to maintain on a high plane fraternal hfe 
and inter-fraternal relations. 



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ALPHA XI DELTA 



The Alpha Xi's, with twenty-two actives returning in 
the fall, chose Bill Albritton as their "Dream Man." 

The first pledging period was concluded February 17 
with formal initiation and an anniversary dance. Several 
closed parties were also held during the year, including our 
informal Sweetheart party in October. 

Alpha Xi Delta is proud of the following honors: Mary 
Petree, BULLDOG editor; Peggy Rapking, editor of NOCA- 
TULA; WHO'S WHO: Mary Petree, Carolyn Hammond, 
and Peggy Rapking; Senior Superlatives: Ann Roberson, 
Carolyn Hammond, and Mary Petree; Nancy Adkins was 
selected as Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart and Jean Burton 
and Betty Ruth Smith as Sig Ep Queens of Hearts. Wanda 
Trevena served as president of the Women's Athletic Asso- 
ciation and Ann Roberson served as secretary of the Student 
Body. 



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Left to Right, First Row: Glenda Brewer, Jean Burton, Nancy Adkins, 
Marilyn Ward, Elise Aytes, Betty Ruth Smith, Pat Satterfield, Lillian 
Mary Petree, Carolyn Hammond, Margaret Underwood. 



Alpha Xi's plan strategy for use against the Pi Kap's in 
touch football! 





Penny Coll, P. J. Michaelson, Dot Jones, Rosie Webb, Peggy Rapking, Becky Owen, Linda McGee, Anna Aytes. Second Row: Mary Ward, Judy Jarvts, 
;;ook, Wanda Trevena, Jane Bridges, Ann Roberson, Carol Payne, Nadyne Woolsey, Dura Underwood, Kay Rayfield, Joyce Coulter, Brenda Smith, 




Were you girls naughty and have to stand in the corner? 



OFFICERS: Left to Right, Seated: Brenda Smith, Treas- 
urer; Elise Aytes, Corresponding Secretary; Carolyn 
Hammond, President; Mary Petree, Vice-President. 
Standing: Lillian Cook, Marshal; Wanda Trevena, Re- 
cording Secretary; Jane Bridges, Wardrobe Mistress; 
Becky Owen, Rush Chairman; Nadyne Woolsey, His- 
torian; Dura Underwood, Assistant Treasurer; Kay 
Rayfield, Journal Correspondent; Joyce Coulter, Chap- 
lain. 




Don Pratt — Delta Zeta Man of the Year 



DELTA ZETA 

For us the year 1961-62 has been one filled with 
work and anticipation for the day when we may com- 
plete the requirements necessary to become a Chapter 
of Delta Zeta. 

In 1902 six young women at Miami University in 
Oxford, Ohio, had a vision of what college girls might 
be able to attain together; this vision became the Delta 
Zeta Sorority. These young women founded their 
sorority with high objectives, and we as Delta Zetas to- 
day are proud to uphold these ideals and to strive to- 
ward their highest fulfillment. Our goals are four in 
number: First, to assist each other in pursuit of knowl- 
edge, and attainment of high standards of morality. 
Second, to afford each other every possible assistance. 
Third, to incite all to the attainment of a memorable 
fame, and last, and perhaps most important of all, to 
instill its members with the truest and deepest ties of 
friendship. 

At first glance our group may appear small, but 
we believe that greatness is found in quality not in 
quantity. We as Delta Zetas believe that the true soror- 
ity lies in the individuals and not in any organization; 
as the flame of the golden lamp of Delta Zeta burning 
within each sister is reflected in her life, we feel that 
the first step has been taken toward the accomplish- 
ment of our high ideals. 

This year the Delta Zeta Sorority was very hon- 
ored to have one of our sisters. Donna Green, chosen 
Rose of Pi Kappa Phi. We selected a most loyal and 
deserving guy as Delta Zeta Man of the Year, Don 
Pratt, a Sig Ep. 



Left to Right, Seated: Jan Peacher, Donna Green, Jonnie Carter, Lou Ann Harris, Eloise Hitson. Standing: Elizabeth McNish, Gladys Kyle, Baker Martin, 




The Delta Zetas entertain with the limbo 
at a party. 




OFFICERS: Left to Right, Seated: Jan Peacher, Treas- 
urer; Donna Green, Second Vice-President; Jonnie Car- 
ter, President; Lou Ann Harris, First Vice-President; 
Eloise Hitson, Historian. Standing: Gladys Kyle, Re- 
porter; Baker Martin, Guard; Betsy Will, Athletic 
Chairman; Pauline Banks, Secretary. 



Betsy Will, Arlene Evans, Pauline Banks, Linda Fowler, Karen Quammen. 





Just a sisterly trick, Baker? 




Bill Gibson — Kappa Delta Sweetheart 




One of the coke parties honoring the new chapter of Kappa Delta 
here at Wesley an. 



KAPPA DELTA 



On October 14, 1961, Kappa Delta Phi Sorority affiliated 
with Kappa Delta Sorority. We cherish our fond memories of 
Kappa Delta Phi, but becoming a National Panhellenic Soror- 
ity is a dream that we have strived to realize. 

We became Gamma Phi Chapter in a very beautiful and 
impressive installation service at Trinity Methodist Church, fol- 
lowed by our Installation Banquet at Keith Memorial Methodist 
Church. 

Nine active members, five alumnae, and two honor initiates 
were initiated. Here in Athens for our installation were the Na- 
tional President, National Chapterian, National Counselor, and 
representatives from the University of Tennessee, the University 
of Chattanooga, and Vanderbilt University. 

Activities during the year included rush parties, an infor- 
mal party honoring new initiates in the winter, a dance given 
by the actives, and a banquet given by the pledge class in the 
spring. We participated in intramural activities and worked with 
the Athens civic organizations in the annual March of Dimes 
drive. Our local philanthropy is helping a teen-age girl who is 
a victim of polio. 

We are proud of the honors won by the following mem- 
bers: Emma Sue Delozier, Athletic Queen; Sue Ella Hankins, 
TWC Ambassador; Susie Creswell, Harvest Queen, Phi Sig 
Moonlight Girl, and Miss TWC. 



Left to Right, Seated: Sandra Fox, Juanita Womac, Fonda Stames, Dot 
Lagonda Kelly, Libby Curtis, Susie Creswell. Not pictured: Enuna Sue 



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Busy bees get ready for a rush party! 




Hopkins, Betsy Banks. Standing: Sue Ella Hankins, Betty Douglas, Janice Shasteen, Sandra Allen, Sally Wall, Linda Combs, Linda Akers, Lana Mynatt, 
Delozier. 




Mary Bratton and Judy Pitts attend a 
convention in Denver, Colorado. 




Left to Right. Seated: Doris Hughes, Josette Crites, Sally Baxter. Barbara Kundrat, Ann Mason. Standing: Eleanor Dover, Betty Williams. Pat Bennet 
Anne Riviere, Mary Anne Monk, Mary Bratton, Doris Dickey. 



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Sigma Kappa 

Sigma Kappa has had a fine year this year, full of honors 
and happiness. The honors include our President Eleanor 
Dover being chosen Treasurer of the Student Body and Secre- 
tary of the Religious Life Council. Eleanor was also nominated 
for Miss TWC and elected to WHO'S WHO. Mary Bratton 
was chosen as one of the Sig Ep Queens of Hearts and elected 
to WHO'S WHO. Mary also represented our chapter at Chap- 
ter Officers Training School for Sigma Kappa at Fort Collins, 
Colorado, August 18-20. Some of her experiences are shown 
in these pictures. 

The girls had great fun with the rush parties, one being 
a "flapper" party, and the other being a Polynesian party. In 
December a Christmas party was held at the home of an 
alumna member. Big and little sisters exchanged gifts. In the 
month of February a Valentine's party was held as well as 
formal initiation. The Sigmas have participated in intramurals 
with Betty Williams being first runner-up in the tennis tourna- 
ment. This has been a very profitable year for all of us and 
we look forward to many more such years. 




Eleanor Dover makes a good-looking flapper! 



leeta Puett, Sharon Pardue, June Moore, Luena Helton, Gail Lowery, 




Sigmas entertain rushees at a "flapper" party. 




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PHI SIGMA KAPPA 



The members of the Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity are proud 
occupants of a new house on Lynn Avenue. This house is di- 
rectly behind the new Lucy Fowler Women's Dormitory. Many 
of the actives as well as pledges have participated in decorating 
the house for their use in years to come. 

The Phi Sig's activities this year have been many and 
varied. We boast the President and Vice-President of the Stu- 
dent Body, President of Senior Class, President and Vice-Presi- 
dent of the Junior Class, President and Vice-President of the 
Sophomore Class, and President and Treasurer of the Fresh- 
man Class. 

Three members of our fraternity, Gary Holt, Jerry Ed- 
monds, and Jim Richardson, were elected to WHO'S WHO. 
Jerry Edmonds was elected Mr. TWC. The Phi Sigs actively 
participated in the annual March of Dimes. Mary Frances Cres- 
well was chosen as our Moonlight Girl. "Susie" is a member 
of the Kappa Delta Sorority and an education major. 




Left to Right, Seated: Fred Keener, Wiley Rosenbaum, Gary Holt, Bol 
Jones, Billy Simpson, David Sullins, Malcolm Dunn, George James, Bill Drake 




Just a friendly game of Ping-Pong! 



OFFICERS: Left to Right: Wiley Rosenbaum, Pledge Master; Jim Whel- 
chel, Secretary; Bob Bowmaster, President; Susie Creswell, Moonlight Girl; 
Guy Henry, Treasurer; Gary Holt, Inductor. 




Bowmaster, Susie Creswell — Moonlight Girl, Guy Henry, Jim Whelchel, Bob Gate, Tom Coffey. Standing: Neil Moulton, Phil Hall, Bill Cochran, Ralph 
Dave Chambers, Jim Smith, Ronnie Sherrill, David Lepchitz. 



Susie Creswell — Moonlight Girl 



Looks like somebody is wet! 




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Left to Right, Seated: Phil Gardner; Howard Hinds. Sponsor; Bill Bork; Fred Griffin; Jack Edmonds. Standing: Jim Lancaster; John Killeffer; Tommy 




Donna Green — Pi Kappa Phi Rose 




PI KAPPA PHI 



Gamma Alpha Colony of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity 
has had a very successful and enjoyable first year as 
part of the Pi Kappa Phi Brotherhood. 

The Fall saw a fine football team fielded by the Pi 
Kapps with promises of even better ones to come. The 
first pledge class of the fraternity took shape, and was 
honored at the Fall Pledge Party. Fall Quarter climaxed 
as the brothers serenaded and pinned their fraternity 
"Rose", Miss Donna Green, a sophomore from Miami, 
Florida. 

The Winter Quarter hardly got underway before the 
Brotherhood was increased in number by the initia- 
tion of new men. Winter Quarter was also the time 
when the Pi Kapps took an active interest in the March 
of Dimes Campaign. 

The highlight of Spring Quarter was the annual 
Spring Banquet. This year the Banquet was held in 
the honor of the Pi Kappa Phi alumni who contributed 
so much to the growth and prosperity of the chapter. 
Also, the chapter advisor. Chaplain Hinds, was hon- 
ored for his leadership and guidance. 



Watson; Doug McCoy; Alan Van Ostenbridge; Melvin Bailey; Johnny Guinn; Jim Little. 



OFFICERS: Left to Right: Doug McCoy, 
Secretary; Jack Edmonds, Historian; Phil 
Gardner, President; Bill Bork, Warden; Fred 
Griffin, Treasurer. 




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Sigma Phi Epsilon 



After many hours of careful planning and hard 
work during the summer months, which included a 
very successful rush party, the Brothers of Sigma Phi 
Epsilon began the year with the largest pledge class in 
the history of the fraternity. Twenty-nine young men 
were formally initiated as pledges, and five have al- 
ready achieved active status. 

The Sig Eps chose the charming Miss Nancy Adkins 
of Kingsport, Tennessee as the "Sig Ep Sweetheart." 
Nancy was honored at the Annual Sweetheart Dance 
where she was attended by the lovely Queens of Hearts 
— Misses Mary Bratton, Margaret Moulton, Jean Bur- 
ton, and Betty Ruth Smith. The pledge class named 
Miss Karen Horton of Chattanooga as the "Pledge 
Princess" and honored her with a Pledge Party. 

In community service the Sig Eps held their annual 
Christmas party for underprivileged children, financed 
by a turkey raffle at Thanksgiving. We also helped in 
the March of Dimes with roadblocks and a benefit 
basketball game with the Alpha Xis. The Sig Eps look 
forward to a bright year at Tennessee Wesleyan 
College. 



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Left to Right, Seated: Bill Albritton, Jerry Roberts, Rick Perachio, Jim Brown, Ronnie 
Crook, Roger Richardson, Hugh Walker, John Farmer, Larry Burger, Jim Peck, Bill 
Charlie Hood, Carl Honaker — Sponsor, A. J. Houts — Sponsor. 




The Queen and her Court — Lovely! 



OFFICERS: Left to Right, Seated: Rick Perachio, Comptroller; Jim Brown, Presi- 
dent; Ronnie Edwards, Vice-President. Standing: Jerry Roberts, Chaplain; Ronnie 
Harris, Junior Marshal; Fred Fuller, Senior Marshal; Alan Kermedy, Pledge Trainer; 
Gene Hamilton, House Manager; Fount Love, Historian; Steve Kyker, Guard. 




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Harris, Gene Hamilton, Fount Love, Steve Kyker, Alan Kennedy, Ronnie Edwards, Fred Fuller. Standing: Bennie Beverly, Butch Hogan, Weldon 
Aiken, H. L. Dennis, James Graham, Wayne Anderson, Bill Miller, Larry Huffman, Joe Burger, Jim Hickey, William Hicks, Don Pratt, Jim Ackerman, 



Nancy Adkins — Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart 



Santa Claus came again this year! 





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SNAPSHOTS 




Strike up the music, maestro! 





A gay crew feeds their faces! 



Can you do the limbo??? 



JWC's Pride and Joy. 



Athletics 




















BASKETBALL 

TENNIS 

BASEBALL 

GROUPS 

INTRAMURALS 



BASKETBALL 
1961-62 



Tennessee Wesleyan's Bulldogs were in fine 
shape this year with a record of fifteen wins 
and five losses. We are looking forward to an 
equally good year during the 1962-63 season 
with several veteran ballplayers returning. 





Jerry Edmonds, Captain and Senior Player 



Make those two points, Jack! 



Coach Buddy Cate and Director of Athletics, M. C. Smith 



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Block that shot! 




Left to Right: Sonny Wright, Don Dones, Jerry Edmonds, Duain Rich, John Lee, Glenn Humbert, Jack Henry, Robert Wells, Harold Peden, Troy 
Ingle, Robbie Robinson. 



Get that rebound! 




SCHEDULE 



Wesleyan 99 

Wesleyan 97 

Wesleyan 99 

Wesleyan 88 

Wesleyan 74 

Wesleyan 86 

Wesleyan 70 

Wesleyan 72 

Wesleyan 80 

Wesleyan 86 

Wesleyan 71 

Wesleyan 63 

Wesleyan 104 

Wesleyan 89 

Wesleyan 61 

Wesleyan 57 

Wesleyan 68 

Wesleyan 60 

Wesleyan 92 

Wesleyan 106 

Wesleyan 64 

Wesleyan 79 



Bryan CoUege 83 

Shorter CoUege 70 

Georgia State 70 

L. M. U 59 

Milligan 70 

Milligan 56 

King 56 

Emory and Henry 69 

King 65 

U. of Chattanooga 81 

Milligan 78 

Tusculum 74 

Bryan College 91 

L. M. U 80 

Carson-Newman 70 

Shorter College 65 

Tusculum 56 

Carson-Newman 78 

Georgia State 74 

Emory and Henry 72 

U. of Chattanooga 59 

L. M. U 78 



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BULLDOGS IN ACTION 



Don't let him block that shot, Duain! 




Jack gets off another shot — 



Fit 




Make it good! 



The 1961-62 Athletic Queen and her court: Emma Sue Delozier 
with Kay Van Huss, Mary Ann Monk, and Wanda French. 




^«=»^^^;ir- Rag^s 



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TENNIS 



Don't miss that ball, Don! 




Reach high, there! 



Left to Right. First Royv^ Sonny Tarpley Darrell Coleman, Ernie Ruesch, Mickey Fleming. Second Row.- Dwain EaJy 
Don Allison, Professor Coe— Coach, Mike Thomas, Dewey Davidson. i^wiiu c^jy. 





Left to Right, First Row: Larry Graham, Darrell Coleman, Mickey Fleming, Jim Davis, David Simmerly, David Mor- 
ton, Second Row: Randall Bigham, Max Bear, Randall Kyker. Rehus Fleming, David Holtackers, Sonny Wright. 




BASEBALL 



Wheel It's a home run! 



I lust know he's going to strike out! 





Women's 
Athletic 
Association 

The W.A.A. is made up of any girls who 
participate in intramural sports. Their proj- 
ects for the year include the sponsorship of 
the intramural activities, including basket- 
ball, tennis, volleyball, and softball. Trophies 
are given at the end of the year to the teams 
winning the championship in the above 
sports. 



Left to Right, First Row: Mary Anne Monk, 
Betsy Will, Susie Creswell. Doris Dickey. Second 
RoH-: Gaynell Hixson, Doris Hughes. Emma Sue 
Delozier, Wanda Trevena — President, Mary Anna 
Smith. Peggy Rapking. Karen Dawson. 




Independents 



Left to Right. First Row: Glenda True. Kathy 
Rowe, Nancy Rock. Lameta Sagers. Second Row: 
Karen Dawson. Peggy Edgemon, Marlene Latham, 
Bennie Helton, Pat Newman. 



Cheerleaders 



Left to Right: Kay Van Huss. Karen Mor- 
ton, Emma Sue Delozier — Captain, Bonnie 
Wright, Kathy Rowe. 





Set it up, girls! 





Rebound!! 



Hurrah! A completed pass! 



INTRAMURALS 



The Touch Football Champs! 
Bill Gibson's Raiders! 




CongratulatLons 
to the 

Senior Class 
from. 



STANRICH STUDIOS 

3823 Ringgold Road 
Chattanooga 11, Tennessee 
Phone MA 9-3219 

James Milburn, Photographer Stanley Baker, Photographer 
Member of The Photographers' Association of America 



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