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As you stroll through the campus of Birmingham- 
Southern College, you become aware of buildings, 
people, activity — the component parts of a college 
campus; but if you look closer you will notice the 
intangible qualities that make 'Southern, not just any 
college, but an unique way of life within itself. 



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Contents 



THE HILLTOP 14 

THE STUDENT BODY 40 

ORGANIZATIONS 86 

BEAUTIES 11° 

GREEKS 122 

ATHLETICS 148 

ACTIVITIES 164 

ADVERTISEMENTS 196 



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As you walk up the cool, grey sidewalk 
in the morning brightness to the steps 
where the path is bathed in shadows, 
a sense of beauty surrounds your very 
being and you breathe in the clear, 
cloudless blue, and the clean grass 
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As the sun rises in the sky and the day moves 
on, activity begins. At first glance, the beauty 
of the day seems to be purposely ignored ; but 
if you look closer, you'll see it's there — in 
the trio silhouetted against the sky; in the 
couple in the lonely stadium; in the quiet 
scene of the quad; in the face of a person. 




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The sun goes down behind the black- 
ening trees on the hilltop and with it 
the worries and cares of the day. A 
sense of rest and peace steal over us 
— occasionally to be broken by gig- 
gles of those going to a party, by talk 
on the porch of a dorm — but, then 
to fill us again, this time more fully, 
more deeply. 




Mr. Hugh Thomas 



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Dedication 



A sensitive artist, a kind friend, a talented man — 
these are qualities found in Mr. Hugh Thomas, head 
of the Birmingham Conservatory of Music. 

For his leadership and guidance in affairs con- 
cerning the Conservatory, we recognize him and dedi- 
cate to him the 1958 Southern Accent. 








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The Hilltop 



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Dr. Henry King Stanford 

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The President 

In the one short year that Dr. Stanford has been 
the active president of Birmingham-Southern Col- 
lege, he has gained the respect and friendship of 
faculty, students, and administration. His genuine 
interest in all phases of campus life and his ability 
to get things done are two of his valuable virtues. 
These, plus his tremendous store of knowledge and 
past experiences, have made him well-qualified to 
hold the position of president of 'Southern. 




THE PRESIDENT'S home is a beautiful building facing the 8th Avenue 
entrance to the college. 




Dr. and Mrs. Stanford enjoy Catspaw together. 





STUDENTS at the SAE Tea find Dr. Stanford a very 
interesting person. 



DR. STANFORD enjoys the opening of the Student 
Center with several students. 



The Chancellor 



DR. GUY E. SNAVELY 




The Board of Trustees 



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Front, Left to Right: Mr. E. L. Boatner, Dr. Virginia Webb, Dr. Henry King Stanford, ex-officio, Mr. Frank F. Earle, Dr. J. H. Chitwood, Dr. R. E. Branscomb, 
Dr. Thad Ellisor. Bade: Mr. Ervin Jacltson, Mr. N. M. Yielding ex-officio, M. R. J. Stockham, Rev. J. Carlisle Miller, Rev. Marvne K. Vickers, Dr. Clyde 
Miller, Dr. Paul Clem, Dr. S. M. Baker, Rev. Paul A. Duffey, Mr. Edward L. Norton, Mr. James B. Hill, Mr. Tupper Lightfoot, Mr. Robert F. Henry, Mr. L. 
P. Munger. 




Dean of Students 

DR. HENRY T. SHANKS 



Dean of Women 

MRS. ROBERT M. COTHRAN 



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Administration 




MR. NEWMAN YIELDING, Treasurer 







MR. CLARENCE COOK, Director of Admissions 




MR. WILLIAM E. GLENN, Registrar 




MR. ROBERT H. WALSTON, Bursar 



MR. BENJAMIN ENGLEBERT, Administrative Secretary 



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MRS. RUTH WARD, Assistant to the Bursar 



Left to Right: Mrs. Mary B. Prude, Sec. to the Dean: Miss Marian Crawford, Sec. to the 
Pres.; Mrs. Arnold Powell, Sec. to Director of Admissions; Mrs. Godwin, Asst. to the 
Bursar; Mrs. Alice Nix, Asst. to Registrar; Mrs. Ruth Truss, Sec. to Treas. 



Mrs. Robert Stanford, Cafeteria Asst.; Mrs. Coates, Bookstore Asst.; Mrs. Speer 
Manager of Bookstore; Mr. Robert Stanford, Manager of Cafeteria. 



MRS. FREDERICK OPPERMAN, Switchboard Operator 









Left to Right: Mrs. Dorothy Ward, French and German; Dr. Austin Prodoehl, German; Dr. Gustavo Hernandez, Spanish; Dr. William Myer, French 
and Italian; Mr. Raymond MacMahon, Art; Dr. Frederick Opperman, German. 



Humanities 




A full and growing Language Department offering 
majors in Spanish, French, German and Classics, 
plus courses in Italian, is a major part of the 
Humanities Division. 



DR. HARRY McNEEL 
Professor Emeritus of Spanish 



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Erskine Ramsey Hall 



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Left to Right: Dr. Cecil Abernethy, English; Dr. Howard Creed, English; Dr. Arnold Powell, English; Mrs. Lillou McCain, English; Dr. E. S. Ownbey, 
English. 



Humanities 




The English Department is one of the outstanding 
departments at Birmingham-Southern. It offers 
courses in grammar, literature, and famous indi- 
vidual literary figures. Honors courses are also 
offered in this field under the leadership of mem- 
bers of this department. 



DR. RICHEBOURG McWILLIAMS 
Chairman of Humanities Division 



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Left to Right: Mr. Andrew Gainey, Voice; Mr. Sam Ba+t Owens, Organ and Piano; Mr. William Baxter, Theory and Voice; Mrs. Jeanne Shaffer, Voice 
Mr. Hugh Thomas, Piano; Mrs. Martha Dick McClung, Voice; Mr. Everett Pi+tman, Piano. 






Music 




The Birmingham Conservatory of Music since 1940 
has been an integral part of Birmingham-Southern 
College. It is a member of the National Associa- 
tion of Schools of Music and has many outstanding 
persons on its faculty. 

Two degrees are offered by the Conservatory — 
A Bachelor of Music degree and a Bachelor of 
Music Education degree. The Conservatory is now 
located in the Simpson Building, but plans are 
being made for a new Fine Arts Building. 



MR. HUSH THOMAS 
Head of the Conservatory 
of Music 



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Conservatory of Music 



The Simpson Building 



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Left to Right: Dr. Allen Tower, Geography: Dr. Hoyt Kaylor, Physics; 
Dr. Wiley Rogers, Geology. 



Left to Riqht: Dr. Kenneth Gordon, Chemistry; Dr. Harold Wilcox, 
Chemistry; Dr. E. Dean Calloway, Chemistry; Dr. John Locke, Mathe- 
matics. 



Natural Sciences 




The Natural Sciences Division includes courses in 
biology, chemistry, geography, geology, mathematics 
and physics, and offers majors in each of these 
courses. It is known for including some of the hardest 
departments in college. 



DR. HAROLD EDWIN WILCOX 
Head of Department of Chemistry 



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M. Paul Phillips Science Building 



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Left to Right: Dr. Charles Blair, Biology; Dr. Edward Joseph, Biology; Dr. Paul Givens, Psychology; Dr. James Doubles, Biology. 



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Natural Sciences 



In the Biology Department a student may take 
courses with an emphasis on zoological sciences 
or the botanical sciences. Courses are designed for 
the pre-dental, pre-medical, and future-teacher 
students. This department prides itself on being 
hard, thorough, and fair. 



DR. CHARLES B. BLAIR, JR. 
Head of Department of Biology 



KEEPING A well-stocked store 
room in order is part of chemis 
try students' responsibilities. 




DISECTING A frog and 
learning its various 
muscles and systems are 
part of the Biology 101 
course. 




Left to Right: Dr. H. R. Butts, Classics; Dr. Bernson, Economics; Dr. 
David Beaudry, Business Administration; Mrs. Ellen Walker, Secretarial 
Studies; Dr. Ray Black, Education. 



Left to Right: Dr. Ralph Jolly, Religion; Mr. Stewart Mims, Dramatic 
Arts and English; Mrs. Marjorie McWhorter, Education; Dr. Howard 
Harlan, Sociology; Dr. O. C. Weaver, Religion and Philosophy. 



Social Sciences 




Courses in economics, business administration, edu- 
cation, history, political science, physical educa- 
tion, psychology, religion, secretarial studies, and 
sociology are offered in the Social Sciences 
Division. 

The history department is the largest department 
in this division and offers interesting courses under 
well-trained professors. 



DR. JOSEPH HOWARD PARKS 
Head of Department of History 



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Stockham Woman's Building 



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Lett to Right: Mr. Bill Burch, Physical Education; Mr. Fred Hattfield, Physical Education; Mr. William Battle, Physical Education; Miss Elizabeth 
Davis, Physical Education; Miss Virginia Sue Trimble, Music. 



Social Sciences 



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With the increasing awareness of the great need 
for physical fitness and the ability to participate 
in worthy leisure time activities, the Physical Edu- 
cation Department faces many problems and chal- 
lenges. 

Through conferences, studies, and trips to other 
colleges the Department, with the help of other 
faculty members, has attempted to evaluate its 
program and to state the goals and educational 
values derived from participation in this field. 



MR. WILLIAM RAINES BATTLE 
Head of Department of 
Physical Education 



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Gymnasium 



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Left to Right: Mrs. Carolyn Horton, Miss Sybil Nelson, Mrs. Margaret Hughes, Mrs. Frances McLaughlin, Mrs. Smith. 



Library 




A wealth of information is contained in the library 
and its more than 78,000 volumes and 350 
periodicals. 

Along with a great deal of current resource 
material, other features of the library are: the 
Rare Book Room, the Cellar, the music room, con- 
ference rooms, and individual study desks. 



MRS. MARGARET HARVEY HUGHES 
Driector of the Library 



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M. Paul Phillips Library 



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Dorm 
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THE GIRLS' House Council is composed of representatives from Andrews and Hanson Halls. 




ANDREWS HALL, with its exterior 
and interior re-decorated, affords a 
good home for many girls. 




A new addition to the dormitory area is the new Men's Dorm with the Student Center in the basement. 




THE HOUSE Council of the New 
Men's Dorm. 



HOUSEMOTHERS Mrs. Browdy of the New Men's Dorm, Mrs. Sherrod 
of Hanson, and Mrs. Lauthcr of Andrews enjoy tea and a get- 
together. 





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Bowed heads of graduating seniors, other students, professors, and parents emphasize the seriousness and challenge of college. 



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The Student Body 



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Senior Class 




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Leii io Righi: Ray Mathis, LeMerle Black, Nancy Wha+ley, Don Brown. 

OFFICERS 

President DON BROWN 

Vice-President RAY MATHIS 

Secretary NANCY WHATLEY 

Treasurer LeMERLE BATTLE BLACK 




WALTER LAMAR ALLEN 
Birmingham Biology 

Delta Sigma Phi 
Delta Sigma Phi, Sec. 



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Town Creek 



VERLIN PAUL AMBERSON 
Independent 



Biology 



BEVERLY BACH 
Montgomery Philosophy and Religion 

Pi Beta Phi 
Pi Beta Phi, Historian; Religious Council, Sec; Inde- 
pendent Women, V.-Pres.; IHS; Galileans, V.-Pres. ; Bas- 
ketball and Tennis ; Executive Council ; Student Life Com- 
mittee; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universi- 
ties; Mortar Board; KDE; Triangle Club; Water Ballet; 
Benson Essay Award; Miss Southern Accent Contest; 
Alabama Conference Older Youth Council, V.-Pres. 



Birmingham 



RALEIGH W. BAIRAS 
Lambda Chi Alpha 



Chemistry 



MARCIA LEE BALDWIN 
Birmingham Voice 

Kappa Delta 
K.D., Social Service Chrmn.; Young Republican and 
Democrats, V.-Pres.; Westminster Fellowship; College 
Theater; Choir; Swimming; "The Corn Is Green;" "The 
Indian Captive;" "My Three Angels;" "Brigadoon." 



SHARRON BARNES 
Birmingham 

Theta Upsilon 

T.U., Treas.; P. E. Club. 



Bessemer 



DONALD WALTER BAUGH 
Pi Kappa Alpha 



Biology 



Biology 



Birmingham 



LOUIS H. BEALL, JR. 



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Sigma Nu 



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Transfer from U. N. C. 



LeMERLE BATTLE BLACK 

Birmingham Physical Education 

Pi Beta Phi 
MSM; IHS; Entres Amigos; P. E. Club; Galileans; Inde- 
pendent Women; YWCA; Intramural Council, Softball 
Manager, Junior Manager, Senior Manager; "Hilltop 
News;" Women's Sports; KDE; Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities ; Water Ballet, May Day ; Intra- 
mural All-Star in Volleyball and Softball; Treasurer of 
the Senior Class. 




Class of 58 




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Senior Class 




GENEVA BLACKBURN 
Marion Biology 

Zeta Tau Alpha 
ZTA, Treas.; German Club, Treas.; MSM; YWCA; 
IHS; Softball and Basketball. 

MARION C. BONER 
Addison English-Education 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Pi K. A., Treas. and Pres. ; "See the Jaguar." 



J. C. BOOKOUT 
Birmingham Spanish 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Phi Sigma Iota ; Newman Club ; Entre Amigos, Pres. 

WALTER DENNIS BOYD 

Birmingham Business Administration 

Alpha Tau Omega 
Toreadors. 



MILTON LEE BOYKIN 

Selma Psychology 

Alpha Tau Omega 
Triangle Club, Pres.; Galileans, Treas.; Tennis, Varsity; 
Basketball and Individual Intramurals; One of top 10 
Intramural high point men; Publications Board; Presi- 
dent of Student Body; Honor Council, V.-Pres.; Student 
Life Committee; Eta Sigma Phi, V.-Pres.; Phi Eta Sigma, 
Sec; ODK; Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities; Finance Board, Chrmn. ; Election Board, 
Chrmn.; MSM. 

DONALD ARTHUR BROWN 
Birmingham Journalism 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Pi K. A., Pres. ; Historian and Alumni Sec. ; Mu Alpha ; 
Football, Basketball, Softball and Tennis; "Hilltop News," 
Sports Editor and Editor-in-Chief; ODK; Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities; "Brigadoon;" Choir 
and Ensemble, Pres.; President of the Senior Class. 

MARY FRANCES BROWN 
Haleyville Secretarial Studies 

Pi Beta Phi 
Toreadors; MSM; YWCA. 

SUE POE BROWN 
L ee d s Music Education 

Zeta Tau Alpha 
ZTA, Philanthropic Chrmn. and Pres.; Mu Alpha; Tri- 
angle Club; BSU; Softball and Tennis; "Hilltop News," 
Typist ; May Court ; Choir and Ensemble ; Pi K. A. 
Sweetheart. 



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MARY LEE BROYLES 
Florence Sociology 

Kappa Delta 
KD, Sec, Treas.; YWCA, Pres.; French Club; Entre 
Amigos; MSM; Basketball, Swimming, Tennis; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Phi Sigma Iota, Pres.; Mortar Board; 
Triangle Club; "The Indian Captive" and "Dial M for 
Murder;" Religious Council. 



Birmingham 



EDGAR W. BUNTON 
Lambda Chi Alpha 



Journalism 



Birmingham 



Decatur 



DAN BURGESS 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
KEITH CALVERT 
Alpha Tau Omega 



Accounting 



Psychology 



Mobile 



PATRICK J. CAMPBELL 

Theta Chi 
ROY EDWARD CASHION 



Biology 



Birmingham Physics 

Lambda Chi Alpha 
LXA, Pres.; Football, Basketball; Theta Sigma Lambda, 
V.-Pres.; Transfer from U.S. Coast Guard Academy. 



CATHERINE MULLANE CLARK 
Birmingham English 

College Theater; Newman Club, Pres., V.-Pres.; Re- 
ligious Council. 

STANLEY CLARK 
Decatur Religion-Philosophy 

Theta Chi 
TX, Chaplain; MSM; Ministerial Assn.; Football, Basket- 
ball, Volleyball, Paddleball, Softball; Water Ballet; Choir; 
Traveling Choir. 







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ANN COCHRAN 
Birmingham English 

Zeta Tau Alpha 
ZTA, Historian and Sec. ; YWCA ; Freshman Commission, 
Treas.; Westminster Fellowship, V.-Pres. ; "Hilltop 
News," writer; Southern Accent, staff; KDE. 



Hanceville 
Choir. 



PEGGY COCHRAN 



Music 



A. CHARLES CONYERS 
Gadsden Physical Education 

Theta Chi 
TX, Chaplain, Sec; P. E. Club; MSM; Varsity Basket- 
ball; Swimming, Football, Volleyball, Softball; Individual 
Sports; Dorm Council. 



Birmingham 



GAIL WALKER CORN 
Gamma Phi Beta 



Sociology 



ROCHELLE CROW 
Birmingham 

Theta Upsilon 
French Club; IHS; KDE. 



Birmingham 



RAEMON E.DAVIS 



French 



economics 



Lambda Chi Alpha 



LXA, V.-Pres, Pres. 



JAMES WILLIAM DeLOACH 
Birmingham Greek and Latin 

Kappa Alpha 
Ministerial Assn.; Men's Lower Division, Rep.; Eta 
Sigma Phi. 

EVELYN DINSMORE 
Decatur pi Beta Phi Spanish 

Pi B. Phi, Courtesy Chrmn, Activities Chrmn. ; Spanish 
Club; College Theater; Basketball and Individual Sports; 
Phi Sigma Iota; Triangle Club; Miss Southern Accent 
Contest. 



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Jasper 



JAMES HOWARD ENSOR 

Business Administration 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
P. E. Club, V.-Pres. ; Toreadors Club ; Varsity Basketball, 
Intramural High Point Man; Triangle Club. 

CHARLES HALFORD FERRELL 

Roanoke ., Histor y 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

P E Club; Ministerial Assn.; MSM ; Dorm Council; 
Football, Softball, Basketball. Individual Sports; Kappa 
Phi Kappa, V.-Pres.; Intramural Council. 




GEORGE N. FIX 
Birmingham 

Toreadors Club; Football and Softball. 



B. A. Degree 



JAMES B. FORT, JR. 

Verbena En S 1,sh 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

SAE, Sec, and House Mgr.; Westminster Fellowship. 

Pres.'; Toreadors Club: Basketball, Badminton, Tennis; 

'The' Corn Is Green;" Religious Council. 



Albertville 



DONALD P. FOSHEE 

History and Psychology 



EUEL FOUNTAIN, JR. 
Birmingham Business Administration 



DENSON N. FRANKLIN, JR. 

Gadsden 

Theta Chi 

Mtnisterial Ass.; Intramurals; MSM. 

HELEN FRAUNCES 

Birmingham 

Alpha Chi Omega 

AXO, Treas. ; American Chemical Society. 



English 



Chemistry 



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Senior Class 







BARBARA ANN FREIL 
Birmingham Music Education 

Westminster Fellowship, Sec; French Club; Choir; Music 
Director of Miss Southern Accent Pageant: Opera Work- 
shop. 

THOMAS BRADLEY FULKERSON, JR. 
Birmingham Mathematics 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
SAE, Pres., Treas. ; German Club; Softball, Football, 
Basketball; ODK, Treas.; Theta Sigma Lambda; Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Univestities. 



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Business Administration 



LUCRETIA GIATTINA 
Birmingham Physical Education 

Zeta Tau Alpha 
ZTA, Asst. Rush Chmn. and Ritual Chmn. ; May Queen; 
PiKA Dream Girl; Cheerleader; Newman Club. Sec; 
Choir; College Theater; Panhellenic Council; Intramural 
Council; P. E. Club; Intramural Sports; All-Star Volley- 
ball and Softball ; Beauty in Southern Accent. 



KATRINE YVONNE GOBER 
Red Bay History and Political Science 

Zeta Tau Alpha 
B. S. U., V-Pres.; College Theater; "Hilltop News," Staff 
Writer; KDE; Dorm Council; Intramurals, Ping-Pong 
Doubles Champion, Basketball and Softball. 



LELAND GRAVES. JR. 



Birmingham 



Geology 



WILLIAM L. GRAVES 
Birmingham 

Alpha Tau Omega 
Choir. Pres.; Softball; "Brigadoon." 



Sociology 



JUNE GREENE 

Birmingham Elementary Education 

Alpha Omicron Pi 



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EDWIN P. GRICE, JR. 
Birmingham Greek and Latin 

Eta Sigma Phi ; Ministerial Assn., Sec. 

MARTIN HAMES 
Birmingham History 

Theta Chi 
TX, Historian and Asst. Treas. ; Entre Amigos, V-Pres. ; 
College Theater; MSM; Southern Accent, Asst. Editor; 
"Hilltop News," Reporter; Alpha Psi Omega; Phi Sigma 
Iota; ODK; "Ponder Heart," "My Three Angels," "An- 
drocles and the Lion," "Dial M for Murder," "Briga- 
doon," Asst. Director; Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities; Water Ballet; Mr. Hilltopper; Director, 
Miss Southern Accent Pageant. 



JIMMIE RUTH HANEY 
Birmingham Secretarial Science 

Eta Sigma Phi ; Toreadors, Sec. 

HARRIET JANE HARPER 
Florence History 

Kappa Delta 
KD, Rush Chmn. ; Westminster Fellowship ; Southern 
Accent, Editorial Staff, Sorority Editor; KDE; Panhel- 
lenic Council. 



WILLIAM R. HARPER, JR. 



Birmingham 

Chess Club ; Eta Sigma Phi. 



History 



ALVIN LEROY HARRIS 
Centreville Philosophy 

Theta Chi 
TX, Pledge Marshall and Intramural Rep. ; Football, 
Softball, Swimming. 



MARY KATHERINE HAYNES 
Pensacola, Fla. Religion-Philosophy 

Pi Beta Phi 
PiBPhi, Pledge Supervisor; MSM, State Pres.; Dorm 
Council; Red Cross College Activities Chmn.; Indepen- 
dent Women; IHS; Volleyball All-Star; Executive Coun- 
cil; Alpha Lambda Delta, Pres.; Mortar Board; Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Universities; Triangle 
Club ; Honor Council, Publicity Chmn. ; V-Pres., Miss 
Southern Accent Contest. 



Birmingham 
Spanish Club. 



ANTONIETTA HILL 



Spanish 




Class of 58 



Senior Class 







W. G. HOLLYFIELD 
Birmingham History 

Westminster Fellowship; Religious Council, V-Pres. 
IRA HAWKINS HOLT 



Birmingham 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

SAE, Eminent Warden. 



Biology 



SHIRLEY HOPKINS 
Holly Springs, Miss. Chemistry 

Independent 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Theta Sigma Lambda; Theta Chi 
Delta; Dorm Council; ACS; German Club. 

JANE HOPPING 
Birmingham Mathematics 

Independent 
P.E. Club; German Club; Canterbury Club, Sec. and 
Treas.; Volleyball, Basketball, Softball; Theta Sigma 
Lambda, Sec; Miss Southern Accent Contest, Publicity; 
Publication Board. 



Birmingham 
LXA, V-Pres. 



JAMES ALFRED JACKSON, JR. 
Lambda Chi Alpha 



JACK JARMAN 
Birmingham 

Kappa Alpha 
Transfer from University of North Carolina. 



History 



History 



JOHN W. JENNINGS 
Piedmont Business Administration 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
PiKA, V-Pres. ; Intramurals. 

JUDY GILBERT JOHNSON 
Athens English 

Kappa Delta 
French Club; YWCA; KDE; Phi Sigma Iota; Southern 
Accent Favorite. 



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SUSAN O'STEEN JONES 
Birmingham French and Speech 

Alpha Lambda Delta, Sec; French Club, Sec; Dorm 
Council; MSM; IHS; College Theater; YWCA, Treas.; 
Executive Council; Religious Council; Phi Sigma Iota; 
Mu Alpha; Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities; Water Ballet; May Court; Alpha Psi Omega; 
Freshman Class, Sec 

SHIRLEY JEWELL KELTNER 
Birmingham Business Administration 

Zeta Tau Alpha 
ZTA, Treas.; Westminster Fellowship, Publicity Chmn.; 
Softball, Basketball, Tennis, Badminton; Toreadors; 
Amazons, Treas. ; Southern Accent Favorite ; YWCA. 



Arab 



HAROLD JAMES KENNEDY 
College Theater 



CHARLES 0. KETCH AM, JR. 



Journalism 



Lineville 



Economics 



S. T. KIMBROUGH, JR. 
Birmingham History 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
SAE, V-Pres., Sec; Ministerial Assn.; Price Fellowship; 
Varsity Basketball; Softball, Football, Basketball; Execu- 
tive Council; Student Body, V-Pres.; ODK; Eta Sigma 
Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities. 

MARTE KOLBE 
Evanston, Illinois Mathematics 

Independent 
Independent Women, Pres.; MSM; Volleyball All-Star ; 
Volleyball, Basketball and Softball; Southern Accent 
Staff; Hilltop News; Feature Writer; Theta Sigma 
Lambda, Pres.; Mortar Board, Editor; College Theater; 
Cheerleader; Dorm Council; Water Ballet; Student Life 
Committee; Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities; Co-Director of Catspaw. 

HELEN ANN LANDEL 
Birmingham Sociology 

Alpha Chi Omega 
AXO, Pres.; Panhellenic Council, Sec; Honor Council, 
Sec; Publication Board, Sec; Westminster Fellowship; 
Executive Council ; Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Universities; Transfer from Agnes Scott College; Music 
Club. 

NAN LEADER 
Birmingham Dramatic Arts 

Alpha Psi Omega, V-Pres.; College Theater; "Phoenix 
Too Frequent," "Androcles and the Lion," "The Boar," 
"World of Sholem Aleichen;" Transfer from Indiana 
University; Sigma Alpha Iota. 




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Senior Class 




CHUNG SOON LEE 
Seoul, Korea 

Independent 
MSM; Independent Women. 



Sociology 



JO ANN LITTRELL 
Moulton Speech 

Zeta Tau Alpha 
ZTA, Publicity Chmn.; Softball and Basketball; Transfer 
from Montevallo; Zeta Phi Eta, V-Pres. ; Executive Coun- 
cil; "Kingdom of God;" "Purple and Gold Coat;" Meth- 
odist Club. 



CLAY C. LONG 
Demopolis English 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
SAE, Pres. and V-Pres. ; Triangle Club; Interfraternity 
Council; Football, Basketball and Individual Intramurals; 
Executive Council; Student Life Committee; Honor Coun- 
cil, Pres.; Eta Sigma Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; ODK, Pres.; 
Religious Council, Pres.; Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities. 



Birmingham 



DAN H. LOWERY 



Chemistry 



LYNDEL ELLEN LYONS 
Birmingham Piano 

Pi Beta Phi 
PiBPhi, Scholarship Chmn.; BSU; YWCA. 

RUBY JANE McCLAIN 
Birmingham Religious Education 



Birmingham 



Mule 



SARA JONES McCLESKEY 
Alpha Chi Omega 



English 



JANE L. McGAHEE 

Elementary Education 



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MARION WHITE McWILLIAMS 
Birmingham Biology 

Kappa Delta 
Westminster Fellowship, Sec, Treas. and Pres. ; YWCA; 
Religious Council Representative; Softball, Badminton, 
Tennis and Ping Pong; Religious Council. 



Birmingham 



JOHN MAQUIRE 



Chemistry 



Birmingham 



JOHN MARBERRY 



Music 



LARRY W. MASSEY 
Birmingham Business Administration 

Toreadors Club. 



RAY MATHIS 
Boaz History 

Alpha Tau Omega 
MSM, Pres.; German Club; Swimming; V-Pres. of 
Senior Class. 

DAVID MERRIMAN 
Birmingham Business Administration 

Sigma Nu 
Toreadors; Transfer from University of Maryland. 



Birmingham 
Choir. 

Birmingham 



ANDREW J. MOORE, JR. 



MARY JANE MOON 



English 



Economics 




Class of '58 



Senior Class 




RAMELLE MOORE 
Winston-Salem, N. C. Sociology 

Phi Beta Phi 
PiBPhi, Cor. Sec; Triangle Club; Ushers Club; Ama- 
zons; Intramural Council; MSM; YWCA; Softball, 
Basketball, Volleyball and Individual Intramurals; Ping- 
Pong. Tennis, and Badminton champion. 



Birmingham 



JOHN W. MORANZ 



Biolo 



gy 



Birmingham 



STEVE MORENO, JR. 

Philosophy-Religion 



MARGARET ROSA MORGAN 
Albertville Math 

Alpha Chi Omega 
AXO, Sec. ; Entre Amigos, Sec. ; BSU ; Volleyball ; Theta 
Sigma Lambda; Amazons; Transfer from Snead; Paper 
Staff; Choir. 



THOMAS C. MOXLEY 
Birmingham Biology 

Kappa Alpha 
KA, Pres., Rec. Sec; Intramural Athletics; Intrafraterni- 
ty Council. 

LOIS MARTIN NEELY 
Birmingham Music 

Kappa Delta 
KD. V-Pres. ; Westminster Fellowship ; German Club ; 
Alpha Lambda Delta, V-Pres. ; Triangle Club; Mortar 
Board, V-Pres.; Mu Alpha; "The Ponder Heart:" Choir. 



VALTRAUD C. NEUBER 
Weishaden, Germany Spanish 

Entres Amigos; German Club; Spanish Club, V-Pres. 



Birmingham 

Pi KA, Historian. 



MIRON NIRENSTEIN 
Pi Kappa Alpha 



Psychology 



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LUCIA NIX 
Birmingham Biology 

Pi Beta Phi 
PiBPhi, Rec. Sec; BSU; French Club; College Theater; 
Alpha Psi Omega. 

CLINTON ALLEN O'DELL 
Birmingham Chemistry 

Alpha Tau Omega 
American Chemical Society; Alabama Chess Federation; 
Football, Volleyball, Softball and Individual Intramurals. 



FRANCES LOUISE OSBORN 
Birmingham English 

Theta Upsilon 
Theta Upsilon, Rush Chmn.; French Club, V-Pres.; 
Southern Accent, Editor; Hilltop News, Feature Editor; 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Sigma Iota, V-Pres.; Mortar 
Board, Historian; Kappa Delta Epsilon. 



Birmingham 
College Theater. 



AMELIA DABNEY PEACOCK 
Pi Beta Phi 



Music 



E. BRIAN PECK 
Birmingham Sociology 

French Club ; Phi Sigma Iota, Pres. ; Entre Amigos. 

JAMES PIGMAN 
Birmingham Math 

Alpha Tau Omega 
ATO, Treas.; Canterbury Club; Varsity Tennis; Foot- 
ball, Basketball, Softball and Individual Intramurals; Top 
Individual Athlete; Ping-Pong and Paddleball champion; 
Hilltop News, Sports Reporter; Theta Sigma Lambda, 
Treas. 



JULIA PRATER 
Birmingham Psychology 

Kappa Delta 
Kappa Delta, Membership Chmn.; Panhellenic Council; 
Westminster Fellowship; Psychology Club; Volleyball, 
Basketball and Swimming; Transfer from Mary Baldwin 
College; Sweetheart of SAE; Favorite in Southern Accent. 

MARY KATHRYN PUGH 
Birmingham Sociology 

Pi Beta Phi 
PiBPhi, Asst. Rush Captain; Galileans; IHS; MSM, 
Sec, V-Pres.; Independent Women; Basketball, All-Star; 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Mortar Board; Student Life Com- 
mittee; Dorm Council. 




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Class of '58 



Senior Class 




CHARLENE PURVIS 
Birmingham Elementary Education 

Zeta Tail Alpha 
ZTA, Rush Chmn.; Scholarship Chmn.; Eta Sigma Phi, 
Sec; Amazons; Westminster Fellowship; KDE; College 
Theater; Miss Southern Accent Contest. 

JAMES RAINES 

Birmingham Philosophy-Religion 

Ministerial Association, Pres. ; Eta Sigma Phi; Honor 
Council. 



SHIRLEE RAINES 
Birmingham 
Eta Sigma Phi, Sec; KDE. 



Education 



REBECCA RAWLS 
Andalusia Music Education 

Alpha Chi Omega 
AXO, 2nd V-Pres.; German Club; BSU; Mu Alpha; 
Amazons; Volleyball and Basketball. 



Birmingham 



Boaz 



ROBERT ROGERS 
Alpha Tau Omega 

EDWIN RUSH, JR. 
Alpha Tau Omega 



Biology 



Math 



Birmingham 



EDWIN S. SANDS, JR. 
Pi Kappa Alpha 



Biology 



BETTY SAPP 
Cullman Art 

Pi Beta Phi 
PiBPhi, V-Pres. ; Amazons: MSM; Executive Council; 
KDE; Mortar Board; Triangle Club; Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities; Honor Council, Pub- 
licity Chmn. 



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Birmingham 



HERSHEL SARASOHN 



Math 



MARY CARROLL SHRADER 
Montgomery Biology 

Zeta Tau Alpha 
German Club; College Theater; Psychology Club; Volley- 
ball, Basketball. Softball and Swimming; Southern Ac- 
cent, Asst. Editor; Beauty Pageant, Stage Mgr. ; "Ponder 
Heart," "Dial M for Murder," "Androchles and the 
Lion," "Brigadoon." 



SALLIE SIBLEY 
Tuscumbia Elementary Education 

Pi Beta Phi 
PiBPhi, Asst. Pledge Trainer; MSM; Entre Amigos; 
KDE, Treas. ; Spanish Club; Women's Dorm Council; 
Transfer from Florence State; R. 0. T. C. Sponsor; Dorm 
Council, Pres. ; Dramatics Club; ATO Sweetheart of 1958. 

J. LARRY SIMS 
Birmingham Speech and Economics 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Hilltop News, Feature Editor ; Eta Sigma Phi. 



JERRY SISSON 
Gadsden Sociology 

Theta Chi 
TX, Pres., Chaplain, Sec; MSM; Ministerial Association, 
V.-Pres. ; Interfraternity Council; Religious Council, V.- 
Pres.; Volleyball, Football, Basketball, Softball and Indi- 
vidual Sports; Executive Council; ODK; Eta Sigma Phi, 
Pres.; Honor Council. 



Birmingham 



JOSEPH E. SLAPPY 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 



Biolo 



gy 



Birmingham 



JEAN SOUTH 



Elementary Education 



Theta Upsilon 
Miss Southern Accent Contest; KDE. 

JACK D. SPANN 
Birmingham English 

Lambda Chi Alpha 
Price Fellowship; College Theater; MSM; Football and 
Basketball; "Ponder Heart," "See the Jaguar," "Briga- 
doon;" Choir. 




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Class of '58 



Senior Class 




GLORIA SPRUILL 
Reform Elementary Education 

Alpha Omicron Pi 
AOPi, Pres. and Cor. Sec. ; Panhellenic Council, Pres. ; 
Amazons, Sec; MSM; P. E. Club; KDE; Eta Sigma Phi; 
Choir; Student Life Committee; Southern Accent Favor- 
ite; Outstanding AOPi Senior Award. 

FRED A. STEPHENS 
Trussville Chemistry 

Alpha Tau Omega 
Interf raternity Council, Treas. ; Dorm Council, V.-Pres. ; 
Varsity Swimming ; Football, Volleyball, Softball, Basket- 
ball; Triangle Club. 



CARL STRINGFELLOW 
Birmingham Chemistry 

Delta Sigma Phi 
Delta Sigma Phi, Pres., V.-Pres.; Chess Club; American 
Chemical Society; Theta Chi Delta. 



FRED SWANK 
Somerset, Pennsylvania 

Alpha Tau Omega 
Ministerial Association. 



Psychology 



Birmingham 



JOSEPH M. SWARTZ 
Pi Kappa Alpha 



History 



ANNA TAYLOR 
Doerun, Georgia Biology 

Alpha Omicron Pi 
AOPi, Pres., V.-Pres.; Women's Intramural Council; 
Basketball Manager; Dorm Council; MSM; Basketball, 
Badminton and Ping-Pong; Mortar Board, Sec; Amazons, 
Treas. ; KDE. 



PAUL E. TERRELL 



Birmingham 



History 



CLAUDE 0. VAUGHN 
Birmingham Business Administration 



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KATHRYN VOIGT 
Hanneville Music 

KDE, V.-Pres. ; German Club. 

GEORGE B. WALKER 
Birmingham Chemistry 

Theta Chi Delta 



JOANNE WALKER 

Birmingham Elementary Education 

Chi Omega 

BYNUM ANN WATERS 
Birmingham Secretarial Science 

Alpha OmicTon Pi 
P. E. Club, Treas., Pres.; Choir; Dorm Council; Intra- 
mural Council; Tennis Manager; Student Life Committee; 
Toreadors Club ; Triangle Club ; Cheerleader, Head Cheer- 
leader; Outstanding AOPi Senior Award. 



EARNEST LEON WATERS 
Hanceville 

Transfer from St. Bernard College. 



Music 



JIMMY LAYTON WATERS, JR. 
Gadsden Religion, Philosophy 

Theta Chi 
TX, Intramural Representative; MSM; Ministerial Associ- 
ation; Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Softball; Individ- 
ual Sports; Dorm Council. 



JOAN WATERS 
Birmingham Religious Education, History 

Theta Upsilon 
TU, Pres., Sec, Alum. V.-Pres; French Club; Amazons, 
Pres.; KDE, V.-Pres. ; P. E. Club, Publicity Chmn.; 
MSM ; Panhellenic Council, V-Pres. ; Softball, B"ketball, 
Individual Sports; Volleyball All-Star; Executive Council. 

DOROTHY SUE WEEMS 
Birmingham Religion and Philosophy 

Theta Upsilon 
TU, V.-Pres.; P. E. Club; French Club; Amazons; MSM; 
Basketball, Volleyball, Softball. 




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Class of '58 



Senior Class 




NANCY WHATLEY 
Jackson Piano 

Pi Beta Phi 
PiBPhi, Music Chmn.; Triangle Club, Sec; MSM; Stu- 
dent Life Committee ; Mortar Board, Pres. ; Who's Who 
in American Colleges and Universities ; Favorite in South- 
ern Accent; Secretary of Senior Class. 



Birmingham 



JOE ELLIS WHITE 



Biology 



STERLING WILKINS 
Birmingham Business Administration 

Lambda Chi Alpha 
Toreadors Club, Treas. ; Football, Basketball and Volley- 
ball; Executive Council; Interfraternity Council, Sec. 

HARVEY WINGO 
Birmingham English 

Alpha Tau Omega 
ATO, Sec. ; College Theater, Pres. ; Canterbury Club, 
Pres.; Religious Council; Student Life Committee; ODK, 
Pres.; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Psi Omega; Phi Sigma 
Iota; "Ponder Heart," Stage Mgr.; "Dial M for Murder," 
Stage Mgr. ; Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities. 



HUNTER SELLERS WOMBLE 
Birmingham History 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
SAE, Deputy Treas. and Treas. ; Toreadors Club ; Swim- 
ming, Varsity; Football, Basketball, Softball and Indi- 
vidual Intramurals; Hilltop News, Sports Writer and Busi- 
ness Mgr. 

WILLIAM B. WOOD 
Birmingham Business Administration 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Entre Amigos; Toreadors Club; BSU; Football, Basket- 
ball, Softball and Individual Sports. 



Gardendale 



REBECCA FAY YOUNG 



Music 



SARAH AVLONA YARBROUGH 
Decatur English 

Zeta Tau Alpha 
ZTA, Sec; Alpha Lambda Delta; Dorm Council; College 
Theater; Beauty in Southern Accent; Mu Alpha; Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Universities. 



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Junior Class 




MEMBERS OF THE Junior Class and all Southernites find the Bookstore and Cafeteria a favorite hangout. 



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GAIL ADAMS Siluria 

Piano 

HARRIET ADOLPHUS .... Birmingham 
Education, ZTA 



MARILYN BRYAN ALLEN 
Math 



Birmingham 



WILLIAM T. ALLEY, JR. . Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Music 






SONDRA ANDERSON .... Birmingham 
English, AOPi 

ANN ARNOLD Cullman 

English, PiBPhi 

JAMES H. AVERY Birmingham 

Business Administration, KA 

CURTIS W. BAKER Clanton 

Biology, TX 

HARRIET BARNES Gadsden 

Sociology, KD 

FRANKIE LUKER BATES . . . Birmingham 
Secretarial Studies 

HOMER P. BATTLE Boaz 

Journalism, PiKA 

GAIL BEALL Andalusia 

English, PiBPhi 

BETTY BENNETT .... Pensacola, Fla. 
English, PiBPhi 

JOHN H. BIDDLE ...... Birmingham 

Physical Education 

BILLY BOHANNON Fayette 

Pre-vet, LXA 

LOUIS T. BOLLING Birmingham 

LXA 

SHIRLEY BOUTWELL .... Birmingham 
Secretarial Studies, ZTA 

HUGH BOYD Birmingham 

Business Administration, KA 

CONSTANCE R. ROZE Anniston 

P. E., Religion, Philosophy, ZTA 

STAN BRASFIELD Demopolis 

English, SAE 

LOUIS BRASWELL ...... Demopolis 

English, SAE 

ROBERT F. BROOKS .... Birmingham 
Psychology, LXA 

J. F. BROWN Hueytown 

English 

ROBERT ERNEST BRYANT, JR. . Birmingham 
Biology, ATO 



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ELLEN BYRD BURWELL .... Demopolis 
English, KD 

M. CAMERON BUSBY Mobile 

Pre-Dent, PiKA 

CHARLES CARNEY Birmingham 

Biology, ATO 

EARLEEN CECIL Spring Hill 

KD 



MARILYN CISCO . Home-wood 

Elementary Education 

GLEN R. CLEM Elkmont 

P. E.. lnd. 

CAROL CLOTFELTER Bessemer 

Education, PiBPhi 

RONALD D. COBB Flat Creek 

English, P re-Ministerial, PiKA 



10HN FREDERICK COGGIN . 
Biology, SAE 


. Birmingham 


4.NNE MARIE COLLIER . . 
English 


Raleigh, N. C. 


\LICE COPELAND .... 
Math 


Birmingham 


.ARRY CROCKER .... 

Biology, SAE 


Birmingham 


[AMES S. DONAHOO . . . 
Biology, SAE 


. Birmingham 


MICHAEL ALAN DONAHUE 
Math, SAE 


Birmingham 


DAVID DURHAM 

Geology 


Harpersville 


.OWELL THOMAS EUBANKS 
English 


. . . Boaz 


ION R. FORT 

Business Administration 


KA 


VLLEN C. FOSTER .... 
Geology, LXA 


. Birmingham 


JETTY FOTINOS 

Piano 


. Birmingham 


L ANET FULLER 

History, PiBPhi 


New Brockton 


ROBERT M. GAY .... 
Biology 


. Huntsville 


MICHAEL B. GILLILAND . . 
Dentistry, lnd. 


Good Water 


OSEPH FRANKLIN GILMER 
Biology 


. Birmingham 


:?HOMPSON GILMER . . . 
Economics, ATO 


. Birmingham 



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ALAN GOLDMAN Birmingham 

Pre-Med 

WALLACE GRADDICK .... Birmingham 
ATO 

JAMES L. GRAVLEE, JR . Jacksonville, Fla. 
Pre-Med, Chi Phi 

JERRY GREENHILL Red Bay 

Business Administration, ATO 

BILL GUNN Alexander City 

History, ATO 

EMILY HAMMER Guntersville 

History, PiBPhi 

MARTHA ROSE HANSON .... Gadsden 
English 

JOE HARDIN, JR Hillsboro 

Biology, TX 

WALLACE HARPER Demopolis 

English, KD 

TOM HEARN Birmingham 

English, SAE 

GEORGE M. HIGGINBOTHAM . Birmingham 
History 

MERLA HIGGINS Mobile 

English, KD 

LOY HILL Birmingham 

Pre-Med 

DELORES HODGENS Bessemer 

Music, ZTA 

ARTHUR B. HOPPER, JR. . . Birmingham 
Drama, PiKA 

ALFRED HURST Gadsden 

Biology 

CLYCE HURST . . Bessemer 

Religion 

CATHERINE KANTARGIS . . Birmingham 
Secretarial Science 

DAVID U. KEATHLEY .... Birmingham 
Psychology, ATO 

ROBERT KELLEY Birmingham 

Chemistry, ATO 

JANICE KILGORE Irondale 

Piano, PiBPhi 

POLLY KING Birmingham 

English, ZTA 

HELEN KOIKOS Bessemer 

Elementary Education 

DOUGLAS LAMPPIN Mobile 

Pre-Med., TX 



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ROBBIE LANGFORD Birmingham 

Math 

SAMUEL GAYDEN LATTURE . Birmingham 
History, KA 

WILLIAM LEX LAWRENCE . . . Clayton 
Geology, Ind. 

DEANNA LEONTIS Birmingham 

Music, AOPi 



BAILEY LEOPARD Athens 



CELIA LUMPKIN .... Alexander City 
Sociology, AOPi 

MARY JIM LYONS Tuscaloosa 

P. E., AOPi 

ANNE McDONOUGH Birmingham 

Math, AOPi 



CHARLES MeWATERS . . Glen Arm, Md. 
Business Administration, PiKA 

JAMES F. MARSHALL .... Birmingham 
Pre-Dent. 



JOHN ANDREW MARTIN . 
Pre-Law, ATO 


Birmingham 


WILLIAM L. MITCHELL 

Pre-Med., SAE 




PENNY MOORE 

English, KD 




RONALD DENNIS MORGAN . 
Pre-Med., SAE 


Birmingham 


GEORGE MOSAKOWSKI . . 
Art, PiKA 


Birmingham 


BARBARA MOSELEY . . . 
P. E. 


. Lyerly, Ga. 



ANN MARIE MOTTE .... Birmingham 
Sociology, AOPi 

DOROTHY MUELLER .... Birmingham 
Religious Education, TU 



ANNIE JO NARRATES . . 
Pre-Med., GPB 



Birmingham 



BARBARA NEELY Birmingham 

Music Education, ZTA 



JIMMY NEW Delta 

Piano 

JOHN T. NICHOLAS Quinton 

Math 

PATRICIA O'DONNELL .... Birmingham 
Biology 

ANN DENSON OWEN .... Birmingham 
Pre-Med., ZTA 




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JAMES G. PARRIS, JR. . . . Birmingham 
Psychology, PiKA 

ANDREW JOSEPH PATRICK . Birmingham 
K(H'ce, Pi/C4 

TOMMY PAYNE Jasper 

Biology, SAE 

JO ANNE PETERS Birmingham 

Biology, AOPi 

HAROLD PICKEL .... Nashville, Tenn. 
History, KA 

CAROLYN PORTIS Birmingham 

Sociology, AOPi 

BUD PRECISE Scottsboro 

Pre-Ministerial 

ETHEL IDA PURCELL .... Trussville 
Dramatic Arts, ZTA 

JOHN EARL REAVES Birmingham 

Biology, ATO 

JON MAC REINHARDT . . . Birmingham 
English 

JAN RENSHAW Birmingham 

History, TU 

KENNY RICHARDSON .... Birmingham 
Business, KA 

JOY ROSENAU Athens 

Psychology, AXO 

RICHARD RUBEN Birmingham 

Pre-Med. 

JOHN WILLIAM SCHOU . . . Birmingham 
Music 

DAVID GILES SCOTT .... Birmingham 
Pre-Law, LXA 

MARGARET P. SELF .... Birmingham 
Elementary Education 

DAVID SELLERS Adamsville 

Business, KA 

JOHN SHADDIX Eastaboga 

History 

VIRGINIA SHAW Alexander City 

P. E., AOPi 

DON SHOCKLEY Birmingham 

Greek, ATO 

GRETA RUE SMITH . , . . Birmingham 
Biology, Ind. 

H. WINSTON SMITH Demopolis 

English, SAE 

JOHNNY LEE SMITH .... Birmingham 
P. E., K. S. 



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JUDY LEE SMITH . Fairfield 

Music Education, AXO 

PAT SMITH . . Birmingham 

Elementary Education, PiBPhi 

GLORIA SNIDER Birmingham 

Pre-Med., ZTA 

HILDEGARDE SPEARS . . . Birmingham 
Dramatic Arts, ZTA 

HAROLD SPRADLEY .... Birmingham 
Math., Ind. 

GORDON EARL SPROUSE . . New Castle 
Business 

SARA ANN STATOM Anniston 

Art, PiBPhi 

BARBARA STRAIN Attalla 

Speech, ZTA 

KIBBEE STREETMAN .... Birmingham 
Physics, TX 

MARY ELLEN THOMAS . . . Montgomery 
Math 

JOHN THOMPSON Decatur 

Religion-Philosophy, ATO 

MAJOR THOMPSON Birmingham 

Chemistry, Ind. 

WILLIE LEE THORNBERRY . Birmingham 
Education, AOPi 

PAUL TYSON Sylacauga 

Pre-Law, PiKA 

MARLE WAGNER Birmingham 

Pre-Dent., KN 

MARTHA WAIT Birmingham 

Piano, ZTA 

WENDY WALKER ...... Birmingham 

Secretarial Science, AOPi 

LAWRENCE E. WALSTON .... Mobile 
P. E., ATO 

RIEDEL WEST Graysville 

Business 

ROBERT WESTBROOK .... Birmingham 
Philosophy 

JUDY WILLIAMS ...... Birmingham 

English 

BILL WILSON Birmingham 

Business Administration, PiKA 

VIRGINIA WILSON Birmingham 

Psychology, KD 

ROBERT WARREN WINGARD . Montgomery 
English, ATO 





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Juniors 




NORMAN G. WINSTON . . . Birmingham 
Biology, PiKA 

ELLIOTT WRIGHT Birmingham 

History, ATO 



MARGARET WRIGHT Anniston 

Secretarial Science 



LANEY YELVERTON . . 
P. E., KA 



Birmingham 




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HANSON HALL, the new dormitory for girls, is one of the lovliest buildings on the campus. 



Sophomore Class 




THE TRIANGLE CLUB is an honorary for Sophomore Class members who are chosen for service 
and activities. These members plan and direct Freshmen Camp, assist with orientation, and act 
as hosts and hostesses for the college. 

OFFICERS 

President CHRIS STEVENSON 

Vice-President . BEN PRICE 

Secretary JANICE HAM 



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Sophomores 




ROBERT ALDRIDGE 
Birmingham 

RONALD L. ALLEN, PiKA 
Birmingham 

JOHN ANDREWS 
Montgomery 



JOEL ASHCRAFT 
Gould 



SALLY SUE BENNETT, ZTA 
Warrior 

FRANCES BONDS, KD 
Docena 

JOYCE BOSTICK, ZTA 
Red Bay 

THOMAS E. BOWEN, JR., SAE 
Birmingham 



SAM BREWER, PiKA 

Childersburg 

KAY BROCK, AOPi 
Birmingham 

BARBARA G. BROOKS 
Birmingham 

WILLIAM BRYAN, JR., KA 
Birmingham 



BARBARA BUCKNER 
Birmingham 

LINDA BURNETT, PiBPhi 
Birmingham 

ANNE BUSSY, ZTA 
Monroeville 



JIM CASH, ATO 
Birmingham 



MARY LEE CAUTHEN, AXO 
Andalusia 

NANCY CHESTER, AOPi 
Camp Hill 

JUDY CLEM, PiBPhi 
Birmingham 



JUDY COOK, AOPi 
Birmingham 



SANDRA COOK, AOPi 
Birmingham 

GAYLE CORLEY, ZTA 

Alexander City 

J. DAN CORLEY 
Birmingham 

ROSALIE CORSENTINO, Ind. 
Bessemer 



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KENNETH R. COUCH 
Birmingham 

JIM H. COX 
Birmingham 

MICHAEL CRAM, DSP 
Birmingham 

MARTHA ANN CREAGH, KD 
Hueytown 



PAUL E. CROW 
Roebuck 

GWEN CROZIER, AOPi 
Pensacola, Fla. 

ROBERT C. CRUMP 
Birmingham 

JAMES DAILY, PiKA 
Birmingham 



WILLIAM W. DAVIDSON 
Jasper 

FRED DEATON, TX 
Birmingham 

KAY DIAL 

Sumterville 

JUDY DOBBS 
Birmingham 



GEORGE DOSS 
Birmingham 

GORDON DOSS, TX 
Gardendale 

MARILYN DOUGLASS, AOPi 
Birmingham 

BOB DRENNEN, ATO 
Birmingham 



STEVE DUCHOCK 
Brookside 

FLOYD DYAR, LXA 
Ft. Payne 

CHARLES ELLIS, SAE 
Birmingham 

HERMAN ENSOR 
Birmingham 



BARBARA EVANS, AOPi 
Birmingham 

JOHN M. EVANS, LXA 
Birmingham 

LORETTA FEASTER 
Mobile 

CAROLYN FERRELL, PiBPhi 
Roanoke 





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Class of '60 



Sophomores 




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ALAN L. FIKES, PiKA 
Birmingham 

WILLIAM G. FLETCHER 
Robertsdale 

BARNARD FRANKLIN, TX 
Pinson 



JENNY FRANKLIN, KD 
Birmingham 



CHARLES FRAZER 
Birmingham 

ARTHUR FUSSELL 
Phenix City 

ANTHONY GAGLEANO 
Birmingham 



GEORGE GANTOUS, Ind. 
Birmingham 



GARY EDWARD GANUS, DSP 
Birmingham 

BARBARA GIBBS 

Birmingham 

JANE GOAD 
Birmingham 

ROLAND GODFREY, LXA 
Adamsville 



HENRY GOLSON, ATO 
Prattville 

BOB GUNN, ATO 
Alexander City 

JANICE HAM, KD 
Auburn 

JERRY HAMBY, TX 
Fayette 



ELIZABETH HARRIS 
Centerville 

DIANA HARRISON, PiBPhi 
Lanette 

JANICE HARRISON, Ind. 
Hartford 



MARY D. HAWKINS, KKG 
Birmingham 



ELVIN HILYER 
Opelika 

BARBARA HOBBS, AOPi 

Mobile 

JOHN W. HOLLIS 
Birmingham 



CLAUDE B. HOSE, JR., KA 
Birmingham 










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ELIZABETH HOUSTON, ZTA 
Birmingham 

ROBERT HOWARD, ATO 
Homewood 

BILLIE HUNTER, AXO 
Tarrant 

MARTHA ANN JACOWAY, PiBPhi 
Ft. Payne 



JAMES A. JEFF, Ind. 
Homewood 



MARY JOHNSON 
Birmingham 

E. EARL JONES, SAE 
Birmingham 

DEMETRA KALAS, KD 
Mobile 



KAY KENNEMER, KD 
Athens 

DANIEL Z. KITCHENS, ATO 
Roanoke 

BURTON KOPLON 
Birmingham 

MELVIN KYNARD, SAE 
Uniontown 



CHARLES LAMBERT, TX 
Athens 



ROBERT LAZENBY, KA 
Birmingham 

DELORES LEONARD 
Trafford 

JO ANN LEWIS 
Montgomery 



KAY LINDSEY, PiBPhi 
Butler 



LYNN LIVINGSTON, Ind. 
Selma 

KAY MARIE LOWE, ZTA 
Galesburg, III. 

T. S. LOWERY, PiKA 
Birmingham 



PAUL McCAIN, SAE 
Birmingham 

M. BEVERLY McCLENDON, AOPi 
Birmingham 

BOB McCOMBS 
Birmingham 

SHERRY McCURRY, ZTA 
Birmingham 




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Class of '60 



Sophomores 




william Mclaughlin 

Biringham 

CAROL MANASCO, ZTA 
Haleyville 

GERALD MARTIN 
Bessemer 



PATRICIA A. MARTIN, TV 

Birmingham 



RAY MAYFIELD 
Birmingham 

JACK MITTENDORF 
Birmingham 

MARY H. B. MOORE, KD 

Birmingham 



MAYME JO MORRIS 
Jasper 



ELAINE MYERS, PiBPhi 
Birmingham 

BARBARA OGLESBY, AOPi 

Birmingham 

HAYDEN OWENS 
Birmingham 



JIM PATTERSON, JR., TX 
Birmingham 



BILLY PHILLIPS, TX 
Wylam 

JACK PHILLIPS, SAE 

Scottsboro 

CARL PILGRIM, PiKA 

Mobile 



CHARLES PONDER, SAE 
Birmingham 



TOMMY POSEY 
Homewood 

BEN PRICE, SAE 
Birmingham 

BILLY PUGH 
Birmingham 



PHYLLIS PUGH 
Bessemer 



WILLIAM RANDOLPH, SAE 
Franklin, Tenn. 

FRANK RANELLI 
Birmingham 

MARVIN ROCHELLE, Hi. 
Guthrie, Ky. 



TOM ROBINSON, LXA 
Birmingham 










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DAN ROGERS, PiKA 
Ensley 



MELVIN ROWE 
Bessemer 

DOROTHY SANDEFER, TV 
Birmingham 

JAMES SATTERFIELD, TX 
Birmingham 



BETTY SCRUGGS, PiBPhi 
Talladega 



GARY R. SEALE 
Graysville 

CHARLES SELF 
Birmingham 

REZA HAERY SHAHBAGH 
Tehran, Iran 



SONJA MARIE SHEALY, ZTA 
Birmingham 

LINDEN SHORT 
New York, N. Y. 

JOHNNY SIMONTON 
Hueytown 

JEANETTE SINGLEY 
Hueytown 



JACKIE FAY SKINNER 
Birmingham 

CATHERINE SMITH, KD 
Homewood 

MARILYN SMITH, PiBPhi 

Nashville, Tenn. 

CHARLES SNAVELY, JR. 
Washington, 111. 



CAROL STACEY 
Monroeville 

ROBERT STANSEL, TX 
Birmingham 

CHRIS STEVENSON, SAE 
Nashville, Tenn. 

LINDA STOKES, AOPi 
Sulligent 



JIM STOOKE, SAE 
Nashville, Tenn. 

MARTHA STOREY, AOPi 
Ethelsville 

MICHAEL SZABO, LXA 
Birmingham 

JERRY TATUM, PiBPhi 
Decatur 





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WALTER BARNES TATUM, S^£ 

Mobile 

ANN THIGPEN, /fOPi 
Birmingham 

INEZ THOMAS 
Athens 

JOHN THORNTON, PiKA 
Homewood 



DELLA ANN TIDWELL, PiBPhi 
Birmingham 

GENELL TOLAR, ZTA 
Pensacola, Fla. 

ESTER TRIBBLE, KD 
Delaplane, Va. 

ANDREW TRONCALLI, Ind. 

Ensley 



VIRGINIA TUCKER, AOPi 
Tuscaloosa 

JACKIE TURNER, AXO 
Birmingham 

ROSALIND VAN LANDINGHAM 
Atlanta, Ga. 

PAULINE VIRCIGLIO, TU 
Homewood 



BERNARD WALDRUP 
Birmingham 

JACK H. WEBB, TX 
Birmingham 

NANCY WEIR, PiBPhi 
Birmingham 

MORRIS W. WHITE 

Athens 



H. LAWRENCE WHITING, KA 
Ensley 

NORMAN WILLIAMS, TX 

Marion 

DORIS WISEMAN, KD 
Florence 

GERALD WITTENSTEIN, TX 
Bessemer 



JOHN WOODHAM, TX 
Geneva 



PATRICIA WYATT, Ind. 
Selma 



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Left to Right: Marilyn Mullins, Charles Reynolds, Larry Sharpe, David Hearn. 

OFFICERS 

President LARRY SHARPE 

Vice-President CHARLES REYNOLDS 

Secretary DAVID HEARN 

Treasurer MARILYN MULLINS 



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JAMES AARON, KA 
Birmingham 






FLETCHER ANDERSON 
Birmingham 

DAVID APPLEGATE 
Greenup, Ky. 

MRS. MARGIE ASHCRAFT 

Birmingham 



JOHN AYRES, A TO 
Birmingham 



DELBERT BAILEY 
Huntsville 

MIKE BARKALOW, TX 
Centreville 

MARY ANNE BATES, KD 
Birmingham 



FELIX BEARDEN 
Birmingham 



WALTER BECK 
Birmingham 

WILLIAM BLACK 
Gadsden 

CLARK BODDY, SAE 
Mobile 



RONALD BOYER 
Birmingham 



MONTE BRAKEFIELD, KA 
Birmingham 

HELEN BRASWELL, PiBPhi 
Demopolis 

JOHN BRISCOE, JR. 

Haleyville 



SYLVIA BROWN 
Birmingham 



RICHARD BRYAN, PiKA 
Birmingham 

DON BUTTS, LXA 
Oklahoma City, Okla. 

CHARLOTTE CANNON 
Birmingham 



CAROL CARTLEDGE, PiBPhi 
Birmingham 

CANDE CATES 
Birmingham 

NANCY CATHER, TU 
Birmingham 

JOHN CHAFIN 
Birmingham 




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JAMES CHAMPION 
Adamsville 

LEISER CHANDLER, PiBPhi 

Selma 

LEONARD CHARNACK, TX 
Sea Bright, N. J. 



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DAVID CISCO 
Birmingham 



LARRY ANN CLOPTON 
Birmingham 

CHARLES COLLINS, TX 
Birmingham 

MARTHANNE COLVERT, ISA 
Bessemer 



JOHN COOGAN 
Birmingham 



FRANCES CUNNINGHAM, TU 
Birmingham 

JOYCE DALY, PiBPhi 
Birmingham 

PAT DAUGHERTY, ATO 
Birmingham 

ELLEN DAVENPORT, AOPi 
Birmingham 



DON DAWSON, PiKA 
Bessemer 

LARRY DEEMER, PiKA 
Birmingham 



ANTHONY DI GESU 
Birmingham 



GWEN DILLARD, PiBPhi 
Decatur 



PRINCE DOROUGH, KA 
Birmingham 

JUDITH DOUTHIT, PiBPhi 
Bell Mina 

JANE DUFFEY, ISA 
Birmingham 

JULIA REBECCA DUFFEY, AOPi 
Brownsville, Tenn. 



JOHN C. DUNCAN 
Birmingham 

MYRA D. EDWARDS, AXO 
Demopolis 

NANCY EDWARDS, PiBPhi 
Mobile 

DIANNE ENGLISH 
Mobile 



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SANDY FAULK, PiBPhi 
Oneonta 



ELLEN FETNER 
LaGrange, Ga. 

HERSHEL FINNEY, TX 
Scottsboro 

FREDERICK P. FISH, JR. 
Opelika 



GILBERTO FUENTES 
Cuba 



ELIZABETH FULLER 
Panama City, Fla. 

JUDI GEER 

Springhill Station 

RICHARD GERHARDT 
Birmingham 



JOANNE GIBSON 
Butler, Okla. 



SAMUEL I. GILFARB 
Havana, Cuba 

JACKIE GILL 
Birmingham 

NORMAN GLASS 
Birmingham 



CAROLYN GODFREY 
Birmingham 



BRUCE GRADY, KA 
Bessemer 

RANDOLPH GRAY, ATO 
Birmingham 

PAT GREEN, KD 
Birmingham 



JAMES GREGG 
Birmingham 



MARY HAMRICK, KD 
Birmingham 

ANNA M. HANCOCK 
Cullman 

PAT HARVEY 

Adamsville 



JEANETTE HASTY, AOPi 
Bessemer 



LOUIS HAVAS 
Miskolc, Hungary 

DAVID HEAD, PiKA 
Tarrant 

MARTHA HEAD, KD 
Elkmont 




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WILLIAM HEAD, raC4 
Union Springs 

DAVID HEARN, S.4E 

Birmingham 

DOUGLAS HENDERSON, ,4 TO 
Birmingham 

WILLIAM HENDRICKS 
Birmingham 



JAMES HERREN, TX 
Tallassee 

ANNETTE HILL 
Gadsden 

GAY HINDS, ZTA 

Arab 



PATRICIA HOGAN 
Birmingham 



SARAH HOLLIMAN, AXO 
Birmingham 

MARGARET HOUSE 

Munford 

SHEILA HUDDLESTON 

Adamsville 



SARAH HUFHAM, AOPi 
Birmingham 



BOBBY J. HULEN, 
Birmingham 

WILLIAM HULL 
Bessemer 

DOUGLAS E. HURST, TX 
Birmingham 



BARRY ISENBERG 
Birmingham 



CARL F. JACKS, JR. 
Birmingham 

GLENDA JOHNSON 

Mobile 

JIMMY JOHNSON, SAE 
Birmingham 



ROY JOHNSON 
Birmingham 



SARA M. JOHNSON, KD 
Athens 

CAROLE JOHNSTON, PiBPhi 
Nashville, Tenn. 

JUNE JOHNSTON 
Cullman 



JOYCE JOINER, TU 
Birmingham 



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NADINE JUMPER 
Sulligent 

HELEN KEEFE, KD 
Birmingham 

JUDITH A. KENT, TV 
Birmingham 

BILLIE GRACE KETCHEM, PiBPih 
Slocomb 



MOHAJERIN KHOSROW 
Iran 

MIKE KING 
Panama City, Fla. 

PAT KING 

Birmingham 

EDWIN C. KIRK, TX 
Dothan 



JOHN KITCHENS, TX 
Decatur 

WILLIAM KOCH 
Demopolis 

ROBERT KRACKE, SAE 
Birmingham 

NANCY KRUG, KD 



Birmingham 



JANIE KYLE 
Mobile 



NELSON C. LACY, ATO 
Birmingham 

BARBARA LEE, AOPi 
Bessemer 

CHARLES E. LEONARD 
Birmingham 



JACK LIGHT 
Birmingham 



ANDY LIPSCOMB 
Pensacola, Fla. 

LINDA LOVE, AXO 
Birmingham 

BETTY LUCKY 
Birmingham 



HELMUT LUTTMANN 
Hamburg, Germany 



DUCK SOON LYOU 
Seoul, Korea 

PHILIP MANN 
Mobile 

A. V. MARLOW, ATO 
Birmingham 




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MARIAN MARTIN, AOPi 

Mobile 

DAISY MARTINEZ 
Honduras, C. A. 

BRYAN MAY, TX 
Sawyerville 



BEN MEADOWS 
Birmingham 



EDWARD MELTON, KA 
Thomasville, Ga. 

GERALD W. MOORE 
Birmingham 

JAMES MORENO, ATO 
Birmingham 



RUKOB MORIS 
Birmingham 



SAM MOTLEY, PiKA 
Birmingham 

MARILYN MULLINS, PiBPhi 
Birmingham 

JOSEPH McCAIN, ATO 
Birmingham 



GAIL McCLAIN, ZTA 
Birmingham 



JUDY McCONNELL, ZTA 
Birmingham 

dell Mcdonald 

Gadsden 

hugh Mclaughlin 

Birmingham 



ELISE McWILLIAMS, ZTA 
Lakeview, N. C. 



JAMES ODOM 
Birmingham 

MARGARET PAGE, ZTA 
Greensboro 

BARBARA JO PARROTT 
Birmingham 



LOUIS PAYNE, SAE 
Jasper 



BOB PEROTHERS 
Hanceville 

JOHN S. PETERSON, JR., KA 
Birmingham 



BARBER POTTS 
LaFayette 



JIM PULLEY, ATO 
Birmingham 



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JOHNNY PUTMAN, ATO 
Birmingham 



JOHN PARKS RAY, TX 
Jasper 

JACK REDFERN, PiKA 
Birmingham 

THOMAS REEVES 
Nashville, Tenn. 



GARY REID 
Trafford 



CHARLES REYNOLDS, ATO 

Sylacauga 

JAMES RICHARDS, PiKA 
Birmingham 

DONNA RICHARDSON 
Birmingham 



TERESA RINALDI, AOPi 
Birmingham 

HELEN ROBERTS 
Mobile 

WILLIAM ROBERTS, SAE 
Talladega 

THATCHER ROBERTSON, TX 
Birmingham 



ELORA ROPER 
Dora 



ALEJANDRO RUBIO 
Matanzas, Cuba 

EARLENE RUSH 
Birmingham 

HARGIS SAPP 
Birmingham 



LILLIAN SARRIS, KD 
Birmingham 



SWINSON SCHIPMAN, TX 
Pensacola, Fla. 

BEVERLY SELF, TV 
Birmingham 

CELIA ANN SELF, KD 
Mobile 



DONALD W. SEWELL, PiKA 
Birmingham 

LARRY SHARPE, ATO 
Langdale 

JOHN SLAUGHTER, TX 
Citronelle 

GUYNELLE SMITH, AXO 

Talladaga 



JAMES SMITH, TX 
Bessemer 

JIM SMITH, ATO 
Birmingham 

MARLENE SMYTH 
Opelika 

BOBBIE NELL SNOW 
Birmingham 




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MARSHALL SPANN, PiKA 
Winfield 

JERRY STEELMAN 
Birmingham 

MARION STEPHENS, AOPi 
Birmingham 



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THOMAS STEWART, ATO 
Birmingham 



CHARLES STORRS, JR., ATO 
Wetumpka 

WANDA STROUD. KD 
Demopolis 

CAROLYN SUTTLE, ZTA 
Birmingham 

DON SWAFFORD 
Hueytown 



BETTY LARUE TANNER 
Birmingham 

GLENDA TEAL, PiBPhi 
Birmingham 

RICHARD TERRILL, PiKA 
Birmingham 

CHARLOTTE THOMASON ZTA 
Anniston 



DICK VAUGHN, ATO 
Birmingham 

JUDY VAUGHN, ZTA 
Birmingham 

DOUGLAS VINES 
Bessemer 

MYRA JOY VINES 
Bessemer 



SUZANNE WEHBY, ZTA 
Birmingham 

JACKIE WELLS, AOPi 
Birmingham 

LINDA WHITE 
Mobile 

KENNETH WHITMAN 
Notasulga 



BOBBY WILLIAMS 
Birmingham 

MARY JANE WILLIAMS, AXO 
Seale 

HERBERT WILLIAMSON 
Dora 

VANDON R. WINDSOR 

Sipsey 



BETHEL WINSTEAD, ZTA 
Gadsden 

TOMMIE WOLFE, AOPi 
Pelham, N. Y. 

CORRINE ZYLMAN, TU 
Birmingham 



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The much-talked-about Student Center becomes a reality under the leadership of the Executive Council. 



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MILTON BOYKIN, president of the Student Body. 



IT LOOKS like Mr. Stanford and "Sweet Willie" Dean are eating up 
the Student Center profits. 



Executive Council 



S. T. KIMBROUGH 
/ice-President 




The Executive Council is the student government 
organization on campus and is composed of repre- 
sentatives from both upper and lower divisions. 

Some of the Council's annual projects include the 
sponsoring of such activities as Catspaw and May 
Day. It is also responsible for the publication of the 
Student Handbook. 

This year the Executive Council was particularly 
active. Under the leadership of Milton Boykin the 
Council carefully studied and revised the appropria- 
tions of the Student Activities Fee. They sponsored 
a Christmas dance featuring Ralph Flanagan and his 
orchestra and they made the long-talked-about Student 
Center a reality. 



HELEN LANDEL 
Secrerory 



WALLACE GRADDICK 
Treasurer 



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THE STUDENT CENTER, planned and operated by the Executive Council, is a 
popular student hangout. 




RALPH FLANAGAN, leader of America's number one band, 
played for Executive Council sponsored Christmas formal. 




Left to Right: Linda Stokes, Betty Sapp, Joan Waters, Wallace Graddick, Dr. Hites, Steve Kimbrough, Milton Boykin, Helen Landel, Bob Gunn, Betty 
Scruggs, Judy Cook, Jerry Sisson, and Alan Flkes. 




Left to Right: Betty Sapp, John Biddle, Tom Hearn, Clay Long, Katie Haynes, Helen Landel. 



Honor Council 



OFFICERS 

President Clay Long 

Vice-President Katie Haynes 

Secretary Helen Landel 

Publicity Chairman Betty Sapp 



The Honor Council is an organization elected by the 
Executive Council for the purpose of enforcing the 
provisions of the Honor Code. It instructs new stu- 
dents in the functioning of the honor system, reminds 
students of the pledge they signed upon entering 
B. S. C, and when necessary, meets to sentence 
offenders. 



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Front Row: Mrs. Hamilton, Dr. Creed, C. Boie. Back Row, Left to Right: M. Boylcin, H. Landel, H. Womble, J. Martin, J. Thornton. 

The Publications Board is composed of the editors hoard meets to supervise and solve problems con- 

and business managers of The Hilltop News and The cerning the two student publications. Mrs. Virginia 

Southern Accent; the president and secretary of the Hamilton serves as chairman. 
Executive Council, and three faculty members. This 

Publications Board 



The Student Life Committee is a group composed of 
both faculty members and student leaders. Its func- 
tion is to approve times, dates, and places for parties, 
dances, and other functions put on by campus groups. 



It keeps a calendar of scheduled events. Dr. Jolly is 
chairman of the group and Mrs. Cothran serves as 
secretary. 



Student Life Committee 



Front Row: N. Whatley, Mrs. Cothran, Dr. Jolly, B. Waters, G. Spruill. Back Row, Left to Right: M. Kolbe, M. Boykin, Dr. Hites, Dean Shanks, Dr. Butts, J. Martin, 
Dr. Weaver, T. Hearn, Dr. Bumgartner, C. Long. 






CONNIE BOZE, Editor 



JOHN THORNTON, Business Manager 



The Southern Accent 




MARTIN HAMES. Assistant Editor 



The 1958 Southern Accent is the result of an attempt to 
present life on the Hilltop in a new and different way. 
It is an attempt to combine the simple and beautiful 
and the collegiate. It is an attempt to create a lasting 
impression of Birmingham-Souhern College. How well 
we have succeeded, only time will tell. 

Editor Connie Boze 

Business Manager John Thornton 

Assistant Editor Martin Hames 

Associate Editor Gail Beall 

Sorority Editors Harriet Harper 

Billie Grace Ketchum 
Fraternity Editors Bill Mitchell 

Jimmy Johnson 
Club Editors Ann Cochran 

Gayle Corley 

Dianne English 
Boys' Sports Editors Alan Goldman 

Dick Rubin 
Girls' Sports Editors Tommie Wolfe 

Jan Renshaw 

Senior Class Editor Marilyn Smith 

Class Editors Dot Mueller 

Pat Martin 
Faculty Editors Frances Osborn 

Marte Kolbe 
Artists Merla Higgins 

Carole Johnston 

Jessie Shelbourne 

Jimmy Satterfield 
Photographers Jan Langford 

Joe McCain 
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MARTE KOLBE 
Faculty Editor 



ANN COCHRAN 
Club Editor 



v4MY SATTERFIELD, Layout Editor 



MERLE HIGGINS. Cover Artist 




Associate Editor, Gail Beall, and Class Editors, Pat Martin and Dot Mueller, put 
many hours into the planning of the yearbook. 




JAN LANGFORD, Photographer 



JESSIE SHELBOURNE 
Cartoonist 



MARILYN SMITH 
Sen/or Class Editor 



BILL MITCHELL 
Fraternity Editor 



HARRIET HARPER 
Sorority Editor 



CAROLE JOHNSTON 
Artist 






HUNTER WOMBLE, Business Manager 



JOHN MARTIN, Editor 



Hilltop News 




LARRY ANDREWS, Managing Editor 



Backed by a large staff sparked with energetic 
and imaginative workers, the HILLTOP 
NEWS covers all phases of campus activities. 
The sage comments of Editor Martin, the 
thought provoking opinions of Osborn and 
Wright, the Howard flagpole incident and the 
excellent sports coverage show evidence of 
staff cooperation and satisfying alertness. 

EDITORIAL STAFF 

John Martin, Editor 

Larry Andrews, Managing Editor 

Betty Scruggs, News Editor 

Frances Osborn, Feature Editor 

Elliott Wright, Religious Editor 

Norman Williams, Greek Editor 

Don Brown, Sports Editor 

Mike Cram and Joe McCain, Photographers 

BUSINESS STAFF 
Business Manager, Hunter Womble 
Reporters and Staff Members: Diana Harrison, 
Marte Kolbe, Genell Tolar, Dotty Becton, John 
Putman, Wallace Graddick, Jim Pigman, Jim 
F. Smith, Mike Cram, Paul Tyson, Martin 
Hames, Harvey Wingo, Carolyn Ferrell, Mari- 
lyn Smith, Judy Williams, Elizabeth Fuller, 
Pat King, Glenda Teal, Sara Mac Johnson, and 
Byrd Burwell. 



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BETTY SCRUGGS. News Editor 



JOE McCAIN and MIKE CRAM, Photographers 




STAFF MEMBERS talk over a news article for the next edition (of the paper) 



FRANCES OSBORN, Feorure Editor 



ELLIOTT WRIGHT, Religious Editor 




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/vo/rf Row, Left to Right: Lois Neely, Nancy Whatley, Marte Kolbe, Anna Taylor. Back Row: Betty 3app, Mary K. Pugh, Katie Haynes, Frances 
Osborn, Beverly Bach. Not Pictured: Mary Lee Broyles. 



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Mortar Board 

OFFICERS 

President Nancy Whatley 

Vice-President Lois Neely 

Secretary Anna Taylor 

Treasurer Mary Kathryn Pugh 

Mortar Board is a national honorary organization 
which recognizes upper division women for outstand- 
ing achievement in scholarship, leadership, and serv- 
ice. The purposes of this organization are to promote 
college loyalty, to advance the spirit of service and 
fellowship, and to encourage leadership and scholar- 
ship. 

Among Mortar Board's many activities as a service 
organization is the book exchange held at the begin- 
ning of each quarter. 




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Fronf Row, Left to Right: Bradley Fullcerson, Dr. H. R. Butts, Doug Lamppin, Dr. Phillip Beaudry, Clay Long. Second Row: John Martin, Milton Boykin, 
Harvey Wingo, Don Brown, Steve Kimbrough, Jerry Sisson. Third Row: Louis Braswell, Winston Smith, Dr. Hoyt Kaylor, Tom Hearn, Dr. Raymond 
MacMahon. 



Omicron Delta Kappa 

OFFICERS 

President Clay C. Long 

Vice-President Donald A. Brown 

Secretary Dr. H. R. Butts 

Treasurer T. Bradley Fulkerson 

Omicron Delta Kappa is a national honorary fra- 
ternity for junior and senior men who are outstanding 
in scholarship, leadership, and service. 

To be tapped into membership in this organization 
is one of the highest honors possible at 'Southern. 
Men are recognized for their contributions in such 
fields as publications, athletics, music, the arts, fra- 
ternal and religious organizations. 

The publication and distribution of the Student 
Directory is one of ODK's many service projects. 




J. Bostick 
K. Kennemer 
K. Lindsey 

Not Pictured: 
M. A. Odom 



V. Franklin 
J. Lewis 
M. Thomas 



R. Van Landingham 



Phi Eta 
Sigma 



Lower division men are recognized for outstanding 
scholarship during their freshman year by Phi Eta 
Sigma, national honorary fraternity. 

Barnes Tatum served as president for 1957-1958; 
Paul McCain was vice-president; Henry Golson was 
secretary; Harold Spradley was treasurer; Tom 
Leonard was historian; Steve Kimbrough was senior 
advisor, and Dr. H. R. Butts was adult advisor. 



D. Butts 


H. Golson 


J. Andrews 


P. McCain 


H. Spradley 


S. Kimbrough 
B. Tatum 



Alpha Lambda 
Delta 






Alpha Lambda Delta is a national honorary organiza-" 
tion which recognizes women students for a superior 
scholarship record during their freshman year. 

Each year Alpha Lambda Delta presents an award 
to the graduating member of this organization who has 
maintained the highest average during her college 
career. 

Rosalind Van Landingham was president this year; 
Jo Ann Lewis was vice-president; Virginia Franklin 
was secretary, and Joyce Bostick was treasurer. 



Nor Pictured: Dr. H. R. Butts, T. Leonard, B. Walton. 




Kappa Delta 
Epsilon 

Kappa Delta Epsilon is the national honorary 
association for women education students. Its 
membership is composed of education students who 
have maintained a "B" average or above in educa- 
tion courses. 

Its activities this year have included programs 
by some outstanding Birmingham educators. KDE 
also sponsored an all-campus tea honoring foreign 
students at B. S. C. 

Officers for the year are: President, Beverly 
Bach; Vice-President, Joan Waters; Secretary, 
Rochelle Crow, and Treasurer, Sally Sibley. 





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L. Black 


A. Cochran 


R. 


Crow 


H. Harper 
S. Raines 






J. Johnson 


F. Osborn 


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B. Sapp 


S. Sibley 


J. 


South 


G. Spruill 






A. Taylor 


K. Voight 


J. 


Waters 


Not Pictured: 


K. 


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Theta Sigma 
Lambda 



Membership in Theta Sigma Lambda, hon- 
orary mathematics fraternity, is open to 
those who excel in this field. 

Initiation is held in both fall and spring, 
and meetings are held monthly. A picnic 
with a softball game ends the school year 
for them. 

The officers for this year are: 
President, Marte Kolbe; Vice-President, 
Roy Cashion; Secretary, Jane Hopping, 
and Treasurer, Jim Pigman. 



First Row: B. Fullcerson, M. Kolbe, J. Hopping, Dr. Locke. 
Second Row: H. Spradley, M. Morgan. Back Row: M. 
Donahue, A. Copeland, Miss L. Kiser. 




Front Row, Left to Right: E. Wright, Dr. H. R. Butts, J. Sisson, S. Raines, B. Wingard, C. Clotfelter. Second Row: C. Long, M. R. Hanson, A. 
McDonough, G. Spruill, R. Van Landingham, W. Walker. Lost Row: H. Golson, L. Braswell, J. Thompson, W. Randolph, M. Boylein, B. Tatum, S. 
Raines. 



Eta Sigma Phi is an honorary fraternity which recog- 
nizes students for their academic achievements in 
Latin and Greek. 



Jerry Sisson is the 1957-58 president. Serving with 
him are: Bob Wingard as vice-president, Shirlee 
Raines as secretary, and Elliot Wright as treasurer. 



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Eta Sigma Phi 



A. Arnold 


G. Beall 


J. 


Boolcout 


M. L. Broyles 


B. Burwell 


R. 


Crow 


J. Johnson 


J. Martin 


R. 


Moore 



Phi Sigma Iota 



Phi Sigma Iota is an honorary fraternity composed 
of juniors and seniors proficient in French and 
Spanish. 

Mary Lee Broyles was president; Frances Osborn 
was vice-president, and Evelyn Dinsmore was secre- 
tary-treasurer. 



E. Dinsmore 


E. Hammer 


M. Hames 


T. Hearn 


V. Neuber 


F. Osborn 


S. Statom 


H. Wingo 










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Alpha 
Psi 

Omega 



Alpha Psi Omega is the national 
honorary for those outstanding in 
various phases of dramatic arts. 

The officers for 1957 - 58 are: 
president, Thor Stiff, and secretary, 
Barbara Strain. 




A. Hopper 
H. Spears 

Not in Panel: Thor Stiff 



N. Leader 
B. Strain 



L. Nix 
H. Wingo 



College Theater 



Those belonging to College Theater act in, stage and 
help direct the three major productions each year that 
College Theater produces. The plays that were pro- 
duced during this year were: "See the Jaguar" in 
the fall quarter; "Brigadoon" in the winter; and "The 



Chalk Garden" in the spring. 

The officers of College Theater were: Harvey Win- 
go as President; Barbara Strain as secretary; Elliott 
Wright as business manager; and Thor Stiff as tech- 
nical director. 




Seated, Left to Right: H. Roberts, L. Livingston, J. Goad, J. Mann, M. Martin, 
L. Chandler.B. Evans, A. Hopper, C. Pilgrim, C. Snavely. 



R. Cobb, N. Leader, H. Wingo, E. Wright, T. Reeves, K. Dial. Standing: 




Toreadors 
Club 



Toreadors selects its members from 
those studying economics. Programs 
consist of discussions of economics 
and political problems. 

George Mosakowski heads the 
group, with the help of Charles 
Massey as vice-president; Sterling 
Wilkins as secretary, and Gordon 
Sprouse as treasurer. 



Front Row, Lett to Right: J. Fort, B. Wood, V. Wilson, S. Mosakowski. Second Row: S. Cook, 
L. Feaster, B. Brooks, D. Merriman. Third Row: M. Wright, S. Boutwell, J. R. Haney, J. Parris, 
D. Boyd. Fourth Row: Dr. Moore, H. Womble, Dr. Beaudry, J. Wood, G. Fix, S. Wilkins. Back 
Row: J. Jennings, C. McWaters, S. Sprouse. 



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Amazons 



Amazons is an organization com- 
posed of three outstanding girls 
from each of the six sororities 
on campus. The purposes of this 
organization are: to foster better 
Panhellenic relations, to encour- 
age friendships among the differ- 
ent sorority groups, and to be of 
service to the college. 

The officers of Amazons are: 
President, Betty Scruggs; Vice- 
President, Joan Waters; Secre- 
tary, Gloria Spruill, and Treas- 
urer, Shirley Keltner. 



Front Row, Left to Right: B. Sapp, J. Waters, 
R. Moore, B. Rawls. Second Row: G. Spruill, 
P. Moore, D. Weems, S. Statom, Mrs. Coth- 
ran. Back Row: D. Mueller, S. Keltner, B. 
Strain, M. L. Broyles. 





Independent 

Women 



Open to any non-sorority girl on 
campus, the Independents found 
themselves busy with many ac- 
tivities, both individually and 
collectively. They placed third in 
intramural volleyball and second 
in basketball. With the Theta 
Chis they teamed up to present 
a Catspaw skit. They also spon- 
sored Saturday night hotdog 
suppers. 

The Independents were ca- 
pably led by their President, 
Marte Kolbe; Vice-President, 
Greta Smith; Recording Secre- 
tary-Treasurer, Lynn Livingston, 
and Corresponding Secretary, La- 
Rue Tanner. 



rsf Row, Left to Right: L. Roper, R. Corsentino, M. House. Second Row: B. Parrott, J. Harrison, 
. Johnson, M. Colvert, D. McDonald, P. Wyatt. Last Row: J. Williams, J. Duffey, M. Kolbe, L. 



©, 

Livingston, A. Hill. 



Physical Education Club 



The Physical Education Club works very hard to 
stimulate school spirit. Some of their activities are, 
sponsoring the cheerleader elections and selecting 
refreshments at the ball games. The club also aids 



students in finding summer jobs. The leaders of this 
club are: Bynum Waters, president; Charles Ferrell, 
vice-president and secretary; Linda Stokes, treas- 
urer, and Joan Waters, publicity chairman. 




First Row, Left to Right: P. Martin, S. J. Cardwell, B. Waters. Second Row: Miss Davis, B. Moseley, K. Dial, Coach Burch, Coach Battle. Third Row: 

B. Evans, S. Cook, A. McDonough, T. Wolfe, B. A. Howell, C. Ferrell. Back Row: B. Pearson, D. Williamson, J. Biddle, M. Smith, C. Ferrell, S. Shipman, 

C. Conyers. 



Spanish 
Club 



Spanish linguists enjoy meet- 
ing time with faculty, speak- 
ers, film strips and records. 
These help to stimulate interest 
in the culture and language of 
Spain and the Latin American 
countries. 

The Spanish Club had a fine 
year under the capable leader- 
ship of pres. Jon Bookout, 
v-pres. Valda Neuber and sec. 
Margaret Morgan. 




Front Row, Lett to Right: B. Hobbs, A. Hil 
Hernandez, L. Hill, B. Wood, A. Di Gesu, J. 




, S. Hufham, B. Fuller, S. Sibley, M. Morgan. Back Row: Dr. 
Bookout, E. Hilyer. 



Newman 
Club I 

Roman Catholic students be- 
long to the Newman Club. 
They contribute to the relig- 
ious life of the campus and 
help with Religious Emphasis 
Week. 

Catherine Clark is the pres.; 
Frank Ranell is v-pres,; Lou 
Gattina is sec, and Pauline 
Virciglio is treas. 



Front Row, Lett to Right: J. Wells, L. Giattina, C. Clark, C. Smith, P. Virciglio, D. Martinez. Back Row: 
J. Maquire, J. Mittendorf, M. Donahue, J. Jeff, A. Di Gesu, J. Bookout, M. Rukal. 



Canterbury 
Club 



The Episcopal students on campus 
met weekly for religious programs 
and monthly for supper meetings. 
They assisted with Religious Em- 
phasis Week and sponsored dorm 
devotionals during Lent. 

Winston Smith was pres.; Ann 
Arnold was v.-pres., and Byrd Bur- 
well was sec. -treas. 



Front Row, Left to Right: B. Burwell, 
W. Smith, A. Arnold. Second Row: 
H. Adolphus, W. Stroud, T. Payne, 
E. Fuller, C. Boze, J. McConnell. Bock 
Row: K. Henckel, C. Thomason, J. Staf- 
ford, H. Braswell, J. Fort, Mr. Randall. 





First Row: Dr. Weaver, J. Phillips, C. Ferrell, J. Raines, B. Sunn, J. Andrews, S. Clark. Second Row: D. Shockley, E. Hilyer, T. Reeves, B. Precise, 
A. Lipscomb, J. Slaughter, D. Keathley, L Sharpe. Third Row: J. Kitchens, P. Grice, E. Wright, G. Doss, T. Leonard, B. Tatum, B. Howard. Lasf Row: 
N. Williams, ' W. Randolph, J. Ray, H. Golson, J. Stooke, J. Thompson, W. G. Hollyfield, C. Reynolds. 



Ministerial Association 

OFFICERS 

President ' Sonny Raines 

Vice-President Bobby Wingard 

Secretary John Andrews 

Treasurer Bob Gunn 

Social Chairman Henry Golson 

Program Chairman Dan Kitchens 



The Ministerial Association is an organization com- 
posed of ministerial students of all denominations. 
Its purpose is to afford fellowship and inspiration 
through bi-weekly supper meetings. Fall and spring 
banquets are held. Programs consist of talks by out- 
standing guest speakers and discussions, by means 
of which, ideas and experiences are shared. 



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First flow Lett to Right: M. Hames, S. Clark, J. Douthit, G. Corley, A. Lipscomb, M. Page, N Wi hams, K Lindsey K. Haynes, S Sibley L. Burnett, 
CM ' R A McCraney, D. Hearn. Second Row: G. Smith, C. Self, J. Johnson, C. Johnston, D. Kitchens, E. H,lyer " Wingard N. Whatley E Rush, 
B Scruggs J Slaughter. Third flow: G. McClain, N. Jumper, G. Hinds, J. Vaughn, P. Grice, B Bach H. Golson, J. Ham B. Howard, C. Clotfel tar, 
R Van Landingham, K. Kennemer, S. Shipman, B. Perothers. Fourth flow: B. Duffey, J. Ivey M. Barkalow M House, MA. J.c.w.J. W~oW. 
i c- k r ...... I TLmnmn T Reeves P Crow G Croz er, . Thomas, J. Clem, K. Lowe, M. K. Pugh, J. A. Lewis, M. Draswen. rinn now. 

D w":: s M J Motil M Wy G 7ohnJ n , M Wait, S. Shealy, R. Mathis. Bock flow, B. Mays, M. R. Hanson, J. Andrews, L. Braswell, Dr. Hites, 
V'. Neuber', B. Bennett, M. Higgins, J. Spann. L. Lawrence, K. Calvert, M. Boylcin, B. Precise. 






Methodist Student Movement 



During 1957-58 Methodist students 
gathered each Tuesday night for sup- 
per meetings in Stockham. Some of 
the highlights of the year were: An 
early church banquet, an interpretive 
dance, a program on social creed, and 
a country fair. Eleven M. S. M. mem- 
bers were chosen to attend the Quad- 
rennial Conference and twenty-six 
were on the State Conference Deputa- 
tion teams that made trips to Howard 
and to Auburn. 

Ray Mathis was president of this 
group, while Mary Kathryn Pugh was 
vice-president, Carol Clotfelter was 
secretary and Louis 'Braswell was 
treasurer. 



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Westminster 
Fellowship 

Westminster Fellowship is 
the organization for Presby- 
terian students on campus. 
Meetings are held on Fri- 
days at 10:00, speakers are 
outstanding Presbyterians, 
and supper meetings are 
held at intervals throughout 
the year to promote fun and 
fellowship. 

Officers for 1957-58 are: 
President, Clyce Hurst; 1st 
Vice-President, Mary Jim 
Lyons; 2nd Vice-President, 
Alice Copeland, and Secre- 
tary-Treasurer, Pauline Vir- 
ciglio. 



First Row: E. McWilliams, A. Copeland, B. Hollyfield, C. Portis, M. Wright. Back Row: K. Dial, S. Teal, L. A 
Clopton, C. Hurst, M. Stephens, H. Landel, Mrs. Walker. 



Baptist 

Student 

Union 



All Baptist students on cam- 
pus are invited to join B. S. 
U. Meetings are held at 
10:00 on Tuesdays. Pro- 
grams have been given on 
Christmas in Ger- 
and the summer re- 
Speakers are stu- 
dents, professors and min- 
isters. An additional fea- 
ture is the Thursday night 
suppers at Senor McNeel's 
house. 

B. S. U. officers are: 
President, John Martin; 1st 
Vice-President, Janet Ful- 
ler; 2nd Vice-President, 
Gail Beall; 3rd Vice-Presi- 
dent, George Higginbotham; 
Secretary, Lucia Nix, and 
Publicity Chairman, Jerry 
Tatum. 



music, 
many, 
treats. 




First Row: B. Neely, J. Tatum, E. Myers, S. M. Johnson, M. L. Cauthen, M. Smythe. Second Row: Mrs. Self 
L. Lyons, S. Beall, L. Nix, J. Fuller. Third Row: C. Baker, B. Leopard, B. G. Ketchem. Fourth Row: Mr. McNeel, 
J. B. Davis, J. Stook, T. Ward, T. Hearn, C. Collins, J. Martin. 




First Row, Left to Right: Dr. McNeel, A. Lipscomb, L. Sharpe, B. Gunn, J. A. Lewis, M. Smith, B. Oglesby, G. Beall, R. Van Landingham, K. Dial. 
Second Row: B. Howard, J. Slaughter, G. Doss, B. Self, D. Kitchens, E. Hilyer, J. Andrews, B. Scruggs, I. Thomas, M. House. Back Row: N. Williams, 
P. Crow, J. Spann, H. Golson, J. Ray, B. Price, T. Hearn, C. Thomason, B. Evans. 



Price Fellowship 



Price Fellowship is an interdenominational service 
organization. Its members have visited the Girls' 
Industrial School, downtown missions, the city jail, 
rest homes for the aged, hospitals, and the juvenile 
court. They have presented religious services and 



variety shows and have held discussion groups. 

Leading this organization for 1957-58 has been 
Elvin Hilyer as president, Ben Price as vice-president, 
Jo Ann Lewis as secretary, Larry Sharpe as devotional 
chairman and Dr. McNeel as faculty advisor. 



Religious 
Council 



The president and anoth- 
er elected member from 
each campus denomina- 
tional religious organiza- 
tion comprise the Relig- 
ious Council. This Coun- 
cil is the co-ordinator of 
them all. Its major func- 
tions are sponsoring Re- 
ligious Emphasis Week 
and an all-campus retreat. 
In addition, this Council 
has been planning the re- 
decoration of Water's 
Chapel. 

Leading this Council is 
Tom Hearn as president, 
W. G. Hollyfield as vice- 
president, Beverly Bach 
as secretary and Bob 
Wingard as treasurer. 




Front Row, Left to Right: B. Wingard, R. Mathis, C. Boze, B. Bach, Dr. Weaver. Boc* Row: W. G. Hollyfield, 
M. Donahue, J. Martin, W. Smith, T. Hearn, J. Stoolce. 



Who's Who in Am 

and Univ 



erican Colleges 



rsities 



BEVERLY ANN BACH 

LEMERLE BATTLE BLACK 

MILTON LEE BOYKIN 

CONSTANCE ROMMEL BOZE 

DONALD ARTHUR BROWN 

THOMAS BRADLEY FULKERSON 

CARL MARTIN HAMES 

MARY KATHRYN HAYNES 

STEVE T. KIMBROUGH, JR. 

MARTE JANE KOLBE 

HELEN ANN LANDEL 

CLAY C. LONG 

JOHN ANDREW MARTIN 

FRANCES LOUISE OSBORN 

BETTY SAPP 

WILLIE LEE THORNBERK, 

NANCY RUTH WHATLEY 

HARVEY WINGO 

SARAH AVLONA YARBROUGH 



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title of Miss Southern Accent — is awarded to the 
loveliest co-ed. This year a pretty, green-eyed bru- 
nette reigns as Southern's queen. The soft gracious- 
ness of a Southern belle, the dignity of a courtly lady 
— this is Miss Barbara Neely. 

Prettiness is not Barbara's only attribute. She is 
also a talented artist and is active in campus life. 
A junior, majoring in music, Barbara is affiliated 
with Zeta Tau Alpha Social sorority and sings with 
the College Choir and Ensemble. 

Vivacious, charming, and gracious is Miss Barbara 
Neely — the "fairest of the Hilltop." 






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OFFICERS 

President Gloria Spruill 

Vice-President Joan Waters 

Secretary Helen Landel 

Treasurer Sara Anne Statom 

Composed of two representatives from each of the 
six sororities on campus, the Panhellenic Council 
meets often to formulate plans for rushing and 
other policy matters relating to sorority life. 

Under the guidance of Mrs. Robert Cothran, 
dean of women, the Council prepares information 
concerning sorority names and rushing regulations. 
This information is given to all girls going through 
rush. 

A Panhellenic tea for all new girls formally 
opens rush in the fall. An advisory board, Junior 
Panhellenic Council, a dance, an all-campus re- 
ception honoring Dr. Armstrong, and a workshop 
in the spring for officer training are major func- 
tions of this Council. 



Panhellenic Council 



Alpha Omicron Pi 

Sondra Anderson 
Gloria Spruill 

Alpha Chi Omega 
Helen Landel 
Jackie Turner 

Kappa Delta 

Penny Moore 
Julia Prater 

Pi Beta Phi 

Betty Scruggs 
Sara Statom 

Theta Upsilon 

Jan Renshaw 
Joan Waters 

Zeta Tau Alpha 
Sue Brown 
Patti Turner 




Seated, Left to Right: I. Giattina, S. Statom, G. Spruill, J. Waters, H. Landel, S. Anderson. Standing: J. Turner, 
J. Renshaw, B. Scruggs, S. Keltner, J. Prater, P. Moore. 



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Alpha Chi Omega 

Alpha Omega Chapter 





OFFICERS 

President Helen Landel 

First Vice-President Judy Lee Smith 

Second Vice-President .... Rebecca Rawls 

Secretary Margaret Morgan 

Treasurer Myra Edwards 

Rush Chairman Jackie Turner 



Participation and work characterized the Alpha 
Omega chapter of Alpha Chi Omega this year. 

The Alpha Chis participated in every campus 
event from intramural sports to Catspaw to Inter- 
Fraternity Sing. 

Their members worked in religious organiza- 
tions, choir, Theta Sigma Lambda, the Executive 
Council, Intramural Council, and the Water Ballet. 
One of their members represented them in the 
beauty section of the annual. 

The social life of the Alpha Chis was a very 
busy one. A Founder's Day banquet with the alum- 
ni group, Halloween and Christmas parties and 
supper get-togethers in the sorority room were 
among some of their events. 




M L. Cauthen 
S. J. MrCleskey 



M. 0. Edwards 
M Morgan 



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Alpha Omicron Pi 



Tau Delta Chapter 




Defending champions of the Interfraternity Sing 
trophy and the Good Sportsmanship cup, the Tau 
Delta Chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi participated again 
in many campus functions and social events. 

The AOPis have done extensive philanthropic 
work. Among their projects were visiting and assist- 
ing children in the Elyton Village area and presenting 
the annual Mr. Hilltopper show — the proceeds of 
which went to their national philanthropic project. 
For their work this chapter was given the award of 
the outstanding AOPi chapter in the nation for their 
contribution to philanthropic service. They also re- 



ceived the City Panhellenic Philanthropic Plaque. 

Outstanding on the social calendar were a weekend 
trip to the Warrior River in honor of the pledges, a 
campus get-acquainted tea also for the pledges, a 
Christmas party, a Founders' Day luncheon, and a 
Mother-Daughter tea. 

Around the campus, AOPis were found partici- 
pating in Eta Sigma Phi, P. E. Club, Amazons, 
Mortar Board, College Theater, Water Ballet, Execu- 
tive Council, and the Student Life Committee. Four 
AOPis were cheerleaders and four were in the beauty 
section of the Southern Accent. 




S. Anderson 


K. Brock 


N. Chester 


J. Cook 


J. Greene 


J. Hasty 


B. Hobbs 


S. Hutham 


A. Motte 


B. McClendon 


A. McDonouqh 


B. Oglesby 


L. Stokes 


M . Storey 


A. Taylor 


A. Thiqpon 



S. Cook 
J. Ivey 
J. Peters 
L. Thornberry 



G. Crozier 

B. Lee 

C. Portis 
V. Tucker 



E. Davenport 
D. Leontis 
T. Rinaldi 
W. Walker 



M. Douglas 
C. Lumpkin 
V. Shaw 
B. Waters 



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Left to Right: G. Spruill, V. Shaw, C. Portis, C. Lumpkin, A. Taylor. 



OFFICERS 

President Gloria Spruill 

Vice-President Anna Taylor 

Corresponding Secretary Carolyn Portis 

Recording Secretary '. . . Virginia Shaw 

Treasurer Celia Lumpkin 



Sondra Anderson 
Sandra Cook 
Barbara Hobbs 
Mary Jim Lyons 
Sherry McGinnls 
Jo Anne Peters 
Gloria Spruill 
Anna Taylor 
Virginia Tucker 
Bynum Waters 



Kay Brock 
Marilyn Douglas 
Sarah Hulham 
Marian Martin 
Jackie Wells 



MEMBERS 

Nancy Chester 
Barbara Evans 
Deanna Leontis 
Beverly McClendon 
Anne Motte 
Carolyn Portis 
Linda Stokes 
Ann Thigpen 
Celeste Wade 

PLEDGES 

Gwen Crozier 
Becky Duffey 
Joan Ivey 
Teresa Rinaldi 
Tommie Wolfe 



Judy Cook 
June Greene 
Celia Lumpkin 
Anne McDonough 
Barbara Oglesby 
Virginia Shaw 
Martha Storey 
Willie Lee Thornberry 
Wendy Walker 



Ellen Davenport 
Jeanette Hasty 
Barbara Lee 
Marion Stephens 





B. Evans 
M. Martin 
M. Stephens 
T. Wolfe 



THE AOPis pretend that they are in some distant land as they present their Oriental 
rush party. 



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Kappa Delta 

Alpha Upsilon Chapter 




With the Progress Award from convention, the Kappa 
Deltas again combined campus activities with social 
events for a highly successful year. 

As soon as rush was over, the twelve new wearers 
of the KD shield entered into the spirit of things by 
honoring all the sorority pledges with their now- 
traditional Halloween party. The social life of the 
whole sorority was enhanced by numerous banquets, 
coffees, and the annual steak-fry in the fall. 

Kappa Delta's philanthropic work included provid- 
ing a basket for a family at Thanksgiving, as well as 
continuing their support of a Korean child through 
the Foster Parents' Plan. Also, many hours were 



spent in entertaining at the Children's Hospital. This 
was a project begun by the pledges. 

The Kappa Delta spirit shone brightly in many 
campus organizations and activities, including Mortar 
Board, KDE, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Sigma Iota, 
Triangle Club, Intramural Council, religious organi- 
zations, and the Honor Council. Along with the Pi 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity, the KDs captured second 
place in Catspaw. 

Kappa Deltas were also represented in the beauty 
section of the Southern Accent, and one of their mem- 
bers was honored by being chosen "Sweetheart of 
SAE." 






H. Barnes 


A. Bates 


F. Bonds 


M. L. Broyles 




H. Harper 


W. Harper 


M. Head 


M. Higgins 


M. McWilliams 


M. B. Moore 


P. Moore 


L. Neely 


J. Prater 



B. Burwall 


E. Cecil 


M. A. Creagh 




S. M. Johnson 


' D. Kalas 


L. Sams 


C. Self 


C. Smith 



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Lett to Right: L. Neely, B. Burwell, H. Barnes, M. L. Broyles, P. Moore, 
J. Prater. 



OFFICERS 

President Penny Moore 

Vice-President Lois Neely 

Secretary Mary Lee Broyles 

Treasurer ...... Byrd Burwell 

Editor Harriet Barnes 

Membership Chairman . . Julia Prater 






MEMBERS 




Marcia Baldwin 


Harriet Barnes 


Frances Bonds 


Mary Lee Broyles 


Byrd Burwell 


Earleen Cecil 


Martha Ann Creagh 


Virginia Franlclin 


Janice Ham 


Harriet Harper 


Merla Higgins 


Judy Johnson 


Deme'tra Kalas 


Kay Kennemer 


Marion McWilliams 


Mary B. Moore 


Penny Moore 


Lois Neely 


Julia Prater 


Catherine Smith 


Esther Trible 


Virginia Wilson 


Doris Wiseman 

PLEDGES 




Anne Bates 


Carol Davis 


Pat Green 


Mary Hamricfc 


Martha Head 


Wallace Harper 


Sara Mac Johnson 


Helen Keefe 


Nancy Krug 


Lillian Sarris 


Celia Self 


Wanda Stroud 



THE KAPPA DELTAS lure a happy rushee into their KD 
Hades party during Rush Week. 



V. Franklin 


P. Green 


J. Ham 


D. Wiseman 


H. Keefe 


K. Kennemer 


N. Krug 




W. Stroud 


E. Trible 


V.Wilson 






SOME KDs enjoy a get together in their sorority room 
between classes and numerous activities. 



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Pi Beta Phi 

Alabama Alpha Chapter 




Active in many campus projects this year, Pi Phis 
wore a host of pins in addition to their arrows. 

They boasted members in Who's Who, dorm coun- 
cils, cheerleaders, KDE, Religious Council, College 
Theater, Honor Council, Mortar Board, publications, 
religious organizations, Phi Sigma Iota, Triangle 
Club, and intramurals. 

Two of the arrow girls were fraternity sweethearts 
— one of ATO and one of Theta Chi. Three were 
class officers and three won a place in the beauty 
section of the Southern Accent. 



The Alabama Alpha Chapter had a full social 
schedule that included an all-campus Stardust dance 
in honor of their pledges, a Mother-Daughter banquet, 
an all-campus reception honoring all sorority and 
fraternity pledges, spend-the-night parties, and many 
room parties. 

Activity-wise the Phi Phis placed second in volley- 
ball and first in badminton and tennis doubles. They 
had a great year, but they and the whole campus are 
still asking, "Who sent around the flu bug during 
rush?" 




A. Arnold 
C. Clotfelter 
K. Haynes 
8. Sapp 





G. Beall 


B. Bennett 


L. Black 


J. Daly 


G. Dillard 


E. Dinsmore 


J. Douthit 


M. Jacoway 


C. Johnston 


B. Ketchem 


J. Kilqore 


B. Scruggs 


S. Sibley 


M. Smith 


P. Smith 



H. Braswell 
N. Edwards 
L. Lyons 
B. Statom 



L. Burnett 


C. Cartledge 


S. Faulk 


C. Ferrell 


R. Moore 


M Mullins 


G. Teal 


D. Tidwell 



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Left to Right: R. Moore, A. Arnold, S. Statom, L. Nix, B. Sapp. 

OFFICERS 

President Sara Anne Statom 

Vice-President Betty Sapp 

Corr. Secretary . , . Ramelle Moore 

Rec. Secretary Lucia Nix 

Treasurer Ann Arnold 





Ann Arnold 
LeMerle Black 
Carol Clotfelter 
Janet Fuller 
Katie Haynes 
Lyndel Lyons 
Lucia Nix 
Betty Scruggs 
Pat Smith 
Jerry Tatum 



Betty Bennett 
Leiser Chandler 
Judy Douthit 
Carole Johnston 
Glenda Teal 



MEMBERS 
Beverly Bach 
Linda Burnett 
Evelyn Dinsmore 
Emily Hammer 
Martha Ann Jacoway 
Ramelle Moore 
Mary Katherine Pugh 
Sallie Sibley 
Sara Anne Statom 
Nancy Weir 

PLEDGES 
Helen Brasweli 
Joyce Daly 
Nancy Edwards 
Billie Grace Ketchem 



Gall Beall 
Judy Clem 
Carolyn Ferrel 
Diana Harrison 
Janice Kilgore 
Elaine Myers 
Betty Sapp 
Marilyn Smith 
Delia Ann Tidwell 
Nancy Whatley 



Carol Cartledge 
Gwen Dillard 
Sandy Faulk 
Marilyn Mullins 



THE FLORIDA sunshine attracts many Pi Phis and their dates who enjoy a wonder- 
ful weekend there each spring. 




L. Chandler 


J. Ciem 


D. Harrison 


J. Fuller 


E. Hammer 


M. K. Pugh 


E. Myers 


L. Nix 


N. Whatley 


J. Tatum 


N.Weir 





THE PI PHI angels seem to be having a good time in their pretty redecorated 
sorority room. 



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Zeta Tau Alpha 



Alpha Nu Chapter 



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"Seek the Noblest" was the guiding thought that led 
the Zetas through 1957-58. 

Zeta shields shone in every campus activity. They 
joined with other Hilltoppers to participate in College 
Theater, religious organizations, the Hilltop News, the 
Southern Accent, Intramurals, the Choir, and Water 
Ballet. With the Lambda Chi Alphas, they took third 
place in Catspaw. 

Five lovely Zetas graced the beauty section of the 
yearbook as Miss Southern Accent, three beauties 
and two favorites. Popularity was theirs, too, with 
the Crescent Girl of LXA, the retiring Dream Girl of 



PiKA, and the present Dream Girl of PiKA all wear- 
ing the crown and shield of ZTA. 

Athletics were an important part of the life of 
Alpha Nu members. They spiked their way to the 
volleyball championship and strove to retain the 
Miss Victory Cup. 

Zetas shared the fun of spend-the-night parties, the 
Christmas party at Vestavia Country Club, the Song- 
fest, and an all-campus coffee honoring Miss Southern 
Accent. At the close of a successful year the Zetas 
shared a weekend of fun and relaxation at their an- 
nual house party in Panama City, Florida. 




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S. Keltner 
A. Owen 
C. Thomason 



C. Boze 

P. King 
M. Page 
G. Tolar 



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C. Purvis 


J. Vaughn 


M. Waite 

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MEMBERS 




Sue Bennett 


Geneva Blackburn 


Joyce Bostick 


Shirley Boutwell 


Connie Boze 


Sue Brown 


Anne Bussy 


Ann Cochran 


Gayle Corley 


Lucretia Giattina 


Katrine Gober 


Delores Hodgens 


Elizabeth Houston 


Shirley Keltner 


Polly King 


Jo Ann Uttrell 


Kay Lowe 


Carol Manasco 


Barbara Neely 


Ann Owen 


Charlene Purvis 


Sonja Shealy 


Miklci Shrader 


Gloria Snider 


Barbara Strain 


Genell Tolar 


Patti Turner 


Martha Waite 


PLEDGES 




Harriet Adolphus 


Gay Hinds 


Gail McClain 


Judy McConnell 


Rose Ann McCraney 


Sherry McCurry 


Elise McWilliams 


Margaret Page 


Ethel Purcell 


Hildegarde Spears 


Carolyn Suttle 


Charlotte Thomason 


Judy Vaughn 


Suzanne Wehby 


Beth Winstead 



Left to Right: G. Blackburn, A. Cochran, S. Brown, B. Strain, 
M. Waite. 



OFFICERS 

President Sue Brown 

Vice-President .... Barbara Strain 
Recording Secretary . . . Ann Cochran 
Treasurer .... Geneva Blackburn 
Historian Martha Waite 




A GROUP of smiling and happy Zetas pose after presenting a successful Wild 
West rush party. 




A. Cochran 
G. McClain 
S. Shealy 
S. Wehby 



G. Corley 

J. McConnell 
M. Shrader 
B. Winstead 



ALMOST ALL the campus turned out for the coffee that the Zetas held for 
their Miss Southern Accent. 



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Theta Upsilon 



Xi Chapter 





OFFICERS 

President Joan Waters 

Vice-President Dot Weems 

Secretary Rochelle Crow 

Treasurer Dot Mueller 

Chaplain Pat Martin 



The Theta Upsilon National Convention in July, 
1957, set the pace for Xi chapter in 1957-1958. 
Pledges and Actives can be found working in 
sports, Water Ballet, College Theater, Southern 
Accent staff. 

Honors were bestowed on the Xi members 
throughout the year — elected to Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities, KDE, and Phi 
Sigma Iota. 

The social life was not ignored with the informal 
coffee for alums, annual Christmas party, and the 
Hillbilly party given the actives by the pledges. 

Theta Us teamed up with the SAEs to capture 
the Catspaw trophy and thus highlighting a happy 
year. 




S. Barnes 
0. Sandefer 



R. Crow 
J. South 



F. Cunningham 
B. Self 



J. Joiner 
P. Virciglio 



P. Martin 
J. Waters 



D. Mueller 
D. Weems 



J. Renshaw 
C. Zylman 



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OFFICERS 

President Doug Lamppin 

Vice-President John Jennings 

Secretary Sterling Wilkins 

Treasurer Fred Stephens 

The co-ordinator of fraternity activities and affairs 
is the Interfraternity Council. The group, com- 
posed of two representatives from each fraternity, 
meets frequently to rule on and discuss problems 
pertinent to fraternity life. 

Setting up and enforcing rush rules and promot- 
ing the IFC dance in the spring are two main func- 
tions of the Council. It is the link between the 
fraternities and the administration. 



Interfraternity Council 



Alpha Tau Omega 
Bill Gimn 
Fred Stephens 

Delta Sigma Phi 
Michael Cram 

Kappa Alpha 

Tom Moxley 
Lawrence Whiting 

Lambda Chi Alpha 
Roy Cashion 
Sterling Wilkins 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
John Jennings 
James Parrish 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Jim Donahoo 
Bill Mitchell 

Theta Chi 

Doug Lamppin 
Jim Patterson 
Jerry Sisson 




Seated. Left to Right: F. Stephens, J. Jennings, D. Lamppin, S. Wilkins. Standing: J. Parrish, B. Sunn, B. Mitchell 
J. Donahoo, L. Whiting, J. Sisson, J. Patterson, M. Cram. 



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Alpha Tau Omega 



Beta Beta Chapter 





Sweetheart of Alpha Tau Omega 
SALLIE SIBLEY 



Beta Beta Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega began this school year in fine 
style. From a topnotch pledge class came several promising campus 
leaders — the President and the Vice-President of the Freshman Class. 
Not forgetting the actives, the President of the Student Body and the 
Editor of the Hilltop News were ATOs. ODK, MSM and numerous 
other campus organizations also had ATOs actively participating in 
them. 

Sports-wise, the ATOs were also tops — winning the first place trophy 
in football, swim-meet and basketball. Several ATOs also won first 
places in individual sports. 

The Taus didn't neglect their social life, either. A fishing trip, parties 
at the house, a Sweetheart Dance honoring their retiring sweetheart, 
Sara Anne Statom, and their new sweetheart, Sallie Sibley, and a week- 
end house-party rounded out a memorable year for the ATOs. 




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L. Sharpe 


D. Boyd 
W. Graves 
J. Martin 
D. Shockley 



M. Boy kin 
R. Gray 
R. Mathis 
J. Smith 



R. Bryant 
J. Greenhill 
J. Mareno 
F. Stephens 

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R. Calvert 
Bill Gunn 
A. O'Dell 
T. Stewart 




C. Carney 
Bob Gunn 
J. Pigman 
C. Storrs 



J. Cash 
D. Henderson 
J. Pulley 
F. Swank 



P. Daughtery 
P. Keathley 
J. Putman 
J. Thompson 




Left to Right: H. Wingo, J. Martin, J. Greenhill, J. Pigman. 



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MEMBERS 




Dennis Boyd 


Milton Boyltin 


Robert Bryant 


1 Charles Carney 


Jim Cash 


Bob Drennen 


Thompson Gilmer 


Henry Golson 


Wallace Graddick 


Willie Graves 


Randy Gray 


Jerry Greenhill 


Bill Gunn 


Bob Gunn 


Bob Howard 


Cranford Johnson 


Bob Kelley 


Dave Keathley 


Dan Kitchens 


John Martin 


Ray Mathis 


Gene Morrison 


Allen O'Dell 


Jim Pigman 




Ed Rush 


Don Shockley 


John carle Reaves 


Milner Snuggs 


Fred Stephens 


Fred Swank 


! John Thompson 


Bob Wingard 
PLEDGES 


Harvey Wingo 






Johnny Ayres 


Keith Calvert 


Pat Daugherty 


Doug Henderson 


Nelson Lacy 


Tom Leonard 


Joe McCain 


A. V. Marlow 


Jim Moreno 


1 Jim Pulley 


Johnny Putman 


Charles Reynolds 


Bob Rogers 


Larry Sharpe 


Jim Smith 


Tom Stewart 


Charles Storrs 


Scott Thomas 


Buck Tidwell 


Lee Van Buren 


Dick Vaughn 


Lawrence Walston 


Elliott Wright 





OFFICERS 

Worthy Master Jerry Greenhill 

Worthy Chaplain John Martin 

Worthy Scribe Harvey Wingo 

Worthy Keeper of the Ex-chequer Jim Pigman 







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B. Drennen 


T. Gilmer 


H. Golson 


J. McCain 


B. Kelley 


D. Kitchens 


N. Lacy 


E. Rush 


J. Reaves 


C. Reynolds 


B. Rogers 


H. Wingo 


D. Vaughn 


L. Walston 


B. Wingard 





IT WAS A moral victory for Southern when ATOs and others carried 
Howard's flagpole across town to their new campus for them. 




GRADDICK, ATO, breaks through as Sisson, TX, tries to stop him. 
ATOs won and went on to take the Intramural Football Championship. 



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Kappa Alpha 



Phi Chapter 





Kappa Alpha Nominee in the 

Miss Southern Accent Contest 

SONDRA ANDERSON 



Since its founding in 1865, Kappa Alpha Order has 
endeavored to perpetuate those traits of character im- 
mortalized in that greatest of gentlemen, Robert E. Lee. 
Southern hospitality is their heritage and their pride. 

In 1882, Kappa Alpha came to the campus of old 
Southern University in Greensboro, Alabama, and ever 
since, Phi Chapter has been outstanding in every field — 
politics, athletics, scholarship, honoraries, social, and 
religion. 

The KAs are always well represented on the athletic 
side of campus life. They have several members playing 
on the varsity basketball team, and their intramural 
basketball team won the Intramural Basketball Tourna- 
ment Championship. 

The social side of the fraternity life is never neg- 
lected. One of the highlights of the year is their Con- 
vivium Banquet honoring Lee. The Florida house-party 
in May signals the end of classes and the last party of 
a Very successful year. 




R. Arron 
R. Lazenby 



H. Boyd 
E. Melton 



M Brakefield 
T. Moxley 



W. Bryan 
H. Pickel 



P. Dorouqh 
K. Richardson 



B. Hose 



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MEMBERS 



Hugh Ernest Boyd, III 
Cecil Albert Jarman, Jr. 
Samuel Gayden Latture 
Thomas Clark Moxley 
Edmond Hartwell Randle, Jr. 
Lewis David Sellers 
Hubert Lawrence Whiting 



Claude Bruce Hose, Jr. 
Browne Harris Lathem 
Richard Lee McBride 
Harold Walter Piclcel 
Kenneth Lee Richardson 
George Glenn Smith 
Howard Laney Yelverton 



PLEDGES 
James Richard Aaron Monte Allan Brakefi eld 

William Glover Bryan, Jr. Prince Leon Dorough 

Robert Edward Lazenby Edward Timothy Melton, Jr. 

Dolphus Compton Morrison 



Left to Right: H. Boyd, T. Moxley, L. Yelverton. 



SOME KAPPA ALPHAS gather under the flag pole to defend their Confed- 
erate flag from the ATOs. 



OFFICERS 

President Tom Moxley 

Vice-President Hugh Boyd 

Secretary Laney Yelverton 





J. Jarman 
L. Whiting 



G. LaHure 
L. Yelverton 



SPUTNIK comes to the Hilltop in the Kappa Alpha-Alpha Omicron Pi skit 
during Catspaw this year. 



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Lambda Chi Alpha 



Theta Mu Chapter 





Crescent Girl of Lambda Chi Alpha 
ELIZABETH HOUSTON 



A very active year for the Lambda Chi Alphas began with the 
re-decoration of the complete interior of their house. Next on the 
list was improvements on the grounds. 

On the social calendar were many parties. By far the most 
enjoyable one was the Bowery Party. Then, of course, there was 
the annual Steak and Bean Supper — steak for those making good 
grades and beans for the others. 

In the campus activity section, the Crescentmen were again 
active. Wilkins returned from the Management Training Seminar 
at Ball State College to fill posts on the IFC and Toreadors; Butts 
was elected a member of the Executive Council and Phi Eta Sigma, 
and Cashion was elected V-P of Theta Sigma Lambda. Paired 
with Zeta Tau Alpha, the Lambda Chis placed third in Catspaw. 

The Lambda Chis rounded out an eventful year with the selec- 
tion of Liz Houston, Zeta Tau Alpha, as Crescent Girl; combined 
Alumni and chapter meetings; a Founder's Day Banquet, and the 
annual house party. 




R. Bairas 
J. Evans 



T. Boiling 
A. Foster 



R. Brooks 
R. Godfrey 



E. Bunton 
A. Jackson 



D. Butts 
T. Robinson 



R. Cashion 
D. Scott 



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Raileigh Bairas 
Don Butts 
Gene Davis 
John Evans 
Charles Fowler 
Alfred Jackson 
Tom Robinson 
Michael Szabo 



Tom Boiling 
Jerome Brown 
James McDonald 



MEMBERS 



Edgar Bunton 
Roy Cashion 
Floyd Dyar 
Allen Foster 
Roland Godfrey 
Jerry Nichols 
David Scott 
Sterling Wilkins 



PLEDGES 



Robert Brooks 
Noel Edwards 
Mike McKenna 



Left to Right: A. Foster, R. Cashion, A. Jackson, S. Wilkins. 



OFFICERS 

High Alpha Roy Cashion 

High Beta . Alfred Jackson 

High Gamma Allen Foster 

High Tau Sterling Wilkins 




THE CRESCENTMEN start off a big year with the completion of the 
interior re-decoration of their house. 



G. Davis 
M. Siabo 



F. Dyar 
S. Wilkins 




THE LAMBDA CHIs seem to be enjoying one of their famous parties 
which includes a good time for all. 



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Pi Kappa Alpha 



Delta Chapter 





Dream Girl of Pi Kappa Alpha 
SUE BROWN 



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During 1957-58, Delta Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha kept in mind 
its position on the Hilltop and reached new heights in all phases 
of campus leadership. The president of the Senior Class and the 
president of Toreadors were both Pikes, while seven others made 
the touring choir, three had leads in "Brigadoon" and four more 
were in the chorus. With the KDs the Pikes took second place in 
Catspaw with their skit, "The King and Us." 

In the area of philanthropic work Delta members were also 
active. They entertained at the Veterans and Children's Hospitals 
and gave gifts to crippled children on Christmas Eve. 

In athletics, the Pikes took second in the swim meet and placed 
in football and basketball. They also had a tennis trophy to 
defend. 

The Pikes' social events were numerous and much fun. The 
Thanksgiving dinner, Halloween and Christmas parties, Dream 
Girl Ball, All-Campus Jam Session and Founder's Day were huge 
successes with the annual house party climaxing a great year. 









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H. Battle 


D. Bauqh 


C, Boner 


S. Brewer 


D. Brown 


R. Bryan 


R.Cobb 


J. Daily 


D. Dawson 


D. Deemer 


D. Head 


W. Head 


A. Hopper 


G. Mosacowski 


C. McWaters 


M. Nirenstein 


J. Parris 


J. Patrick 


C. Pilgrim 


J. Redfern 


E. Sands 


D. Sewell 


L. Sims 


J. Swartz 


R. Terrill 


J. Thornton 


P. Tyson 






MEMBERS 




Robert Adwell 


Homer Battle 


Don Baugh 


Chris Boner 


Don Brown 


Cameron Busby 


James Daily 


Art Hopper 


John Jennings 


George Mosacowski 


Charles McWaters 


Miron Nirenstein 


James Parris 


Dan Rogers 


Ed Sands 


Larry Sims 


Joe Swartz 


John Thornton 


Paul Tyson 


Norman Winston 
PLEDGES 




Ron Allen 


Fletcher Anderson 


Sam Brewer 


Dick Bryan 


Buddy Carrol 


Ronnie Cobb 


Don Dawson 


Larry Deemer 


Alan Fikes 


David Head 


William Head 


Sam Motley 


Joe Patrick 


Carl Pilgrim 


Jack Redfern 


James Richards 


Don Sewell 


Marshal Spann 


Rick Terrill 


Bill Wilson 





Left to Right: J. Daily, J. Jennings, C. Boner, J. Thornton 



OFFICERS 

President Chris Boner 

Vice-President John Jennings 

Secretary John Thornton 

Treasurer James Daily 




THE PIKE pledge class poses in front of their ultra-modern house, the 
first on fraternity row. 



C. Busby 
J. Jennings 
J. Richards 
B. Wilson 



D. Rogers 
N. Winston 




SOME PIKES prepare to give one of their brothers the traditional 
1 10 "swimming pool treatment. 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon 



Alabama Iota Chapter 




Sweefhearf of Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
CAROL MANASCO 




Alabama Iota of Sigma Alpha Epsilon in 1957-58 enjoyed one 
of the most successful years of its 80-year history. 

Individually, the Brothers were active in every phase of campus 
life. SAEs held the presidencies of ODK, Honor Council, Relig- 
ious Council, Phi Eta Sigma, Triangle Club, Canterbury Club, and 
the vice-presidency of the Student Body. 

Combining with Theta Upsilon, the SAEs took first place in 
Catspaw. This year also saw the formal opening of their new 
house with Dr. and Mrs. Stanford as honored guests. 

The SAEs' social calendar was full, as usual. Annual affairs 
such as the Halloween, Christmas, and Sweetheart parties were 
enjoyed along with numerous drop-ins at the house. The lake party 
and the houseparty in the spring always prove high points of their 
social year. 








C. Boddy 
J. Ensor 
S. Kimbrough 
C. Ponder 





S. Brasfield 


L. Braswell 


J. Coggln 


C. Ferrell 


J. Fort 


B. Fulkerson 


O. Grimes 


B. Kracke 


M. Kynard 


C. Long 


P. McCain 
W. Smith 


B. Price 


W. Randolph 


J. Slappy 



L. Crocker 


J. Donahoo 


D. Hearn 


T. Hearn 


B. Mitchell 


R. Morgan 


C. Stevenson 


J. Stooke 



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Left to Right: M. Donahue, B. Mitchell, T. Hearn, H. Womble. 



David Angwin 
Louis Braswell 
Jim Donahoo 
Jim Ensor 
Jim Fort 
Earl Jones 
Paul Linden 
Bill Mitchell 
Ben Price 
Chris Stevenson 
Leon Trotter 
Joe Slappy 



Clark Boddy 
Don Hicks 
Bob Kroche 
Louis Payne 



MEMBERS 




Earl Bowen 


Stan BrasField 


John Coggin 


Larry Crocker 


Mike Donahue 


Charles Ellis 


Charles Ferrell 


Brad Fulkerson 


Tom Hearn 


Ira Holt 


Steve Kimbrough 


Melvin Kynard 


Clay Long 


Paul McCain 


Tommy Payne 


Bill Porter 


William Randolph 


Winston Smith 


Jim Stooke 


Barnes Tatum 


Hunter Womble 


Bill Wood 


PLEDGES 




Oliver Clark 


David Hearn 


Jack Phillips 


Ronnie Morgan 


Neil Sivert 


Jimmy Johnson 



OFFICERS 

Eminent Archon Tom Hearn 

Eminent Deputy Bill Mitchell 

Eminent Recorder Mike Donahue 

Eminent Treasurer Hunter Womble 



SAE actives direct while the pledges work. "Oh, the life of a pledge." 






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M. Donahue 
I. Holt 
L. Payne 
B. Taium 




C. Ellis 
J. Johnson 
T. Payne 
H. Womble 



E. Jones 
J. Phillips 
B. Wood 



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the modern SAE house. 



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Theta Chi 



Beta Xi Chapter 





Dream Girl of Thefa Chi 
MARTHA ANN JACOWAY 



This year was one of the best for Theta Chi. It began with the 
pledging of twenty-two outstanding men and the redecoration of 
the exterior and interior of their house. 

Members of Beta Xi Chapter were recognized for their achieve- 
ments in religious organizations, athletics, national and local 
honoraries and publications. Their philanthropic work included 
giving several baskets to needy families at Thanksgiving. 

Halloween and Valentine parties, a Christmas party announcing 
the new TX Dream Girl, the spring lead-out, Rebel Reunion, and 
a house party at Double Oak Mountain filled the Theta Chi social 
calendar and accented a very successful year. 



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M. Finney 
E. Kirk 
S. Schipman 



M. Barkalow 


P. Campbell 


L. Charnack 


B. Franklin 


D. Franklin 


J. Hamby 


J. Kitchens 


C. Lambert 


D. Lamppin 


J. Sisson 


J. Slaughter 


R. Stansel 



S. Clark 


C. Collins 


C. Conyers 




J. Hardin 


M. Harris 


B. May 

K. Streetman 


J. Patterson 


B. Phillips 


J. Waters 


J.Webb 



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Curtis Baker 
Fred Deaton 
Martin Hames 
Sam Howard 
Jim Patterson 
Robert Stansel 
Jack Webb 

Mike Barkalow 
Charles Collins 
Bernard Franklin 
Ed Kirk 
Bryan May 
Thatcher Robertson 
Gerald Wittenstein 



MEMBERS 
Stanley Clark 
Denson Franklin 
Joe Hardin 
Doug Lamppin 
Jimmy Satterfield 
Kibbee Streetman 
Norman Williams 

PLEDGES 
Pat Campbell 
Horace Doss 
Jim Herren 
John Kitchens 
Billy Rowe Phillips 
Swinson Schipman 
Lewis Wheeler 



Chuck Conyers 
Jerry Hamby 
Mickey Harris 
Ernest Marshall 
Jerry Sisson 
Jimmy Waters 
John Woodham 

Leonard Charnack 
Mack Finney 
Doug Hurst 
Charles Lambert 
John Ray 
John Slaughter 



Left to Right: J. Patterson, J. Sisson, K. Streetman, R. Stansel. 



OFFICERS 

President Jerry Sisson 

Vice-President Kibbee Streetman 

Secretary Ernest Marshall 

Treasurer Robert Stansel 




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F. Deaton 


H. Doss 


J. Satterfield 


J. Herren 


D. Hurst 


J. Woodham 


J. Ray 


T. Robertson 




N.Williams 


S. Wittenstein 





MARTIN & MARTIN Productions presents an hilarious Catspaw slit 
featuring the Theta Chis and Independent Women. 



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Panthers -1957 -58 



The Birmingham-Southern Panthers ended a fine basketball 
season with a 13-8 record. While hampered at times by 
lack of teamwork, the Panther cagers, coached by Bill 
Burch, played their best all the way. They lost some real 
heartbreakers on their road trips, sometimes by only one 
point, but they were almost unbeatable on their home court. 

Nine men were awarded varsity basketball letters this 
year. Captain Jim Ensor got his fourth in as many years, 
while the tall center, John Thompson, and fast Johnny Lee 
Smith got their third. Others getting letters were forwards 
Glen Clem and Jim Stooke, center Tom Light, and guards 
Laney Yelverton and co-captain Harold Pickel. 

With only Captain Jim Ensor graduating, the 'Southern 
Panthers next season should pose a real threat to rival 
teams. 



HIGH POINT man, Glen Clem, with an 18.2 game average, 
leaps high into the air to practically put the ball in the basket. 






1957-58 BASKETBALL TEAM: Front Row, Left to Right: Marvin Rochelle, Dave Applegate, Johnny 
Lee Smith, Harold Pickel, Bill Andrews, Dave Sellers, Bill Bryan. Bock Row: Jim Ensor, Glen Clem, 
Tom Light, John Thompson, Zollie Holt, Jim Stooke, Laney Yelverton. 




With his eyes on the basket, Alternate Captain Harold Pickel strains to get by some FSC guards. 



WITH ballet-like motion, Laney Yelverton dunks in two points with a 
beautiful lay-up shot. 



JOHN THOMPSON, the tall Panther center, tries a one hand |ump 
which adds to the B-S-C tally. 




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A large and interested audience attended the Southern basketball games throughout the season. 



Panthers End 
Season, Much 
Improved 



ZOLLIE HOLT and Jabbo Waggoner mill with some Sewanee cagers in a struggle 
for possession of the evasive basketball. 



'Southern 

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73 . 

82 . 

76 . 

73 . 
88 
76 . 

74 . 
85 . 
56 . 

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82 . 

56 . 

66 . 

66 . 

75 . 
60 . 
80 . 
93 . 
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Opponent 

Marion Institute 66 

St. Bernard College 65 

Rollins College 75 

Florida Southern College .... 85 

Stetson University 96 

Southwestern La. Institute . . .74 

Florence State College ... .83 

Memphis Navy 70 

St. Bernard College 65 

Kings College 48 

Middle Tenn. State College ... 63 

University of the South 72 

Jacksonville State College .... 57 

Delta State College . ... 80 

Southwestern University .... 54 

Millsaps 52 

Millsaps College 60 

Florence State College 64 

Memphis Navy 60 

University of the South 68 

Southwestern University .... 73 





Only slight outward expression of Inner tension is shown by Birmingham-Southern coach Bill Burch. 



With No. 51, John Thompson, shooting, the Panthers add two more points to beat the Jacksonville 
Gamecocks 82-57. 





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1957-58 SWIMMING TEAM: Front Row, Lett to Right: John Martin, Louis Braswell, David Hearn. 
Bocifc Row: Clark Gillespy, Butch Powell, Paul McCain, Charles Ellis. 



Varsity Swim 

Team 

The badly under-manned varsity swimming team closed its 
second season without a win. Coached by Frederick Opper- 
man, the Aquamen competed with F. S. U., Vanderbilt, 
Sewanee, Emory and Florida State. 

Although the 'Southern scores were on the wrong side of 
the tally, several of the team's members showed much prom- 
ise. With a little more class and depth, the prospects for next 
year are bright. 





LETTERMAN DAVID Hearn swims in the breaststroke race for 
'Southern in the meet with Sewanee. 



DIVER, PAUL McCain represents Southern in the 
swimming part of the "Three Sport Day." 



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ELVIN HILYER pins his Sewanee opponent and wins his match while teammates cheer 
for him along the side lines. 



IN A MATCH with Sewanee, Dan Kitchens puts up a good 
fight but bows to the experience of his rival. 



Southern's 
Baby 



Birmingham-Southern's first wrestling team was added this 
year to the college Inter-Collegiate sports program. 

Coached by Dick Downey, the men developed and prog- 
ressed rapidly. They competed with Sewanee and Chatta- 
nooga, and although they didn't register any team wins, 
several team members won their respective matches. 

If the team members continue to progress as much as they 
have this year, they will be the team to beat next year. 



1957-58 WRESTLING TEAM: Front Row, Left to Right: Dan Kitchens, Don Shockley, Orman Grimes, 
Andy Lipscomb, Larry Crocker. Back Row: Rick Terrill, Bob Gay, Elvin Hilyer, Coach Dick Downey. 




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Left to Right: Barbara Evans, Linda Stokes, Marilyn Smith, Mary Jim Lyons, Carolyn Ferrell, Marte 
Kolbe. Center: Bynum Waters. 



Cheerleaders 




Seven lovely and spirited girls led the 
cheering section for the varsity athletics 
this year. 

Led by head cheerleader, Bynum Wat- 
ers, the girls worked hard to develop 
new cheers and to stimulate school spirit 
among the game spectators. 

Along with cheering at some of the 
road games and leading pep rallies, this 
year the girls served as hostesses for the 
college and the P. E. Department by 
guiding members of visiting athletic 
teams around campus. 



JAYNE HARPOLE and Betty Ann THE ENTHUSIASM and hard work ot Head Cheerleader 
Howell served as cheerleader Bynum Waters was a major factor in stimulating school spirit. 



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Mens 

Intramural 

Sports 



A varied and active intramural sports program at 
Birmingham-Southern offers an opportunity for 
hundreds of men to participate. 

With Coach Bill Battle as director of intra- 
murals, an Intramural Council, composed of repre- 
sentatives from each of the groups participating, 
govern and direct the intramural program. This 
council decides on rules that will guide intramural 
play and sets its own policies. 

Competition is offered in touch football, basket- 
ball, swimming, volleyball, Softball, ping-pong, 
paddleball, badminton and tennis. Cups and med- 
als are given to the winners. 

This year the ATOs were the team to beat in 
football, basketball, swimming and volleyball. Jim 
Pigman was the outstanding individual athlete. 




DIRECTOR OF INTRAMURALS— Coach Bill Battle 



Seated, LeH to Right: Coach Battle, Charles Ferrell, Jim Waters, Jim Pigman, Frank Roberta. Standing: 
Kenny Richardson, Johnny Biddle, Carl Stringfellow, Roy Cashion. 





ALTHOUGH THE Pikes fought hard to win, the ATOs maintained their eight-year 
monopoly on the intramural swimming trophy. 




PING-PONG Ace, James Avery, demonstrates the 
style he used in winning the championship. 




The intramural court is the site for an exciting basketball game between the TX-Bs and ATO-Bs. 



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Fancy side-stepping by Jerry Greenhill of the championship ATO football team helps to beat the 
TX team. 





HIGH POINT athlete, Jim Pigman, copped the 
badminton championship from John Martin. 



SOME EXCITING stunts performed on the flying rings pro- 
vides thrills for the Intramural Night audience. 



The football All-Star team is made up of the best in intramural touch football. 






RUNNER-UP Johnny Blddle plays a game of paddleball with 
champion, Jim Pigman. 



CAMERON BUSBY dives for the Pikes in the Intra- 
mural Swimming meet. 








'SOUTHERN BASKETBALL all-stars were challenged by the- Montevallo all-stars. 'Southern all-stars 
won in a spirited game played on Intramural Night. 



GENE CARPER took second in the men's intra- 
mural ping-pong tournament. 



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Women's 

Intramural 

Sports 



Several hundred women actively 
participate in the women's intra- 
mural program each year at 'South- 
ern. 

Under the leadership of Miss 
Elizabeth Davis, Director of 
Women's Physical Education, the 
Women's Intramural Council di- 
rectly controls the intramural pro- 
gram. The council sets its own rules 
and elects managers of the various 
team and individual sports. 

In the program is included soft- 
ball, volleyball, basketball, tennis, 
swimming, ping-pong, badminton, 
and free throw. 

Zeta Tau Alpha holds the Miss 
Victory Cup and Ramelle Moore 
is the outstanding individual ath- 
lete. 




THE CORE of the Intramural Council is made up of the officers and managers. They are (Left to 
Right): Connie Boie, Swim Manager; Barbara Strain, Ping-Pong Manager; LeMerle Black, Chairman; 
Barbara Moseley, Basketball Manager; Ramelle Moore, Tennis Manager; Penny Moore, Co-Chairman; 
Linda Stokes, Volleyball Manager; Lucretia Giattina, Basketball Manager. 



'First Row, Left to Right: Mary Jim Lyons, LeMerle Black, Jerry Tatum, Ramelle Moore. Second Sow; 
Penny Moore, Linda Stokes, Lucretia Giattina, Connie Boie. Third Row: Doris Wiseman, Barbara 
Strain, Miss Davis, Barbara Moseley, Sara Jo Cardwell, Gloria Snider. 






RAMELLE MOORE won the Plng-Pong Singles by defeating Connii 
Bole. 



THE ZETAS stepped into first place when they beat the 
Pi Phis in one of the most exciting volleyball games of 
the season. 





NELLIE is the backbone of the 
Women's P. E. Department. 



THE KAPPA Deltas are all smiles after winning the Intramural Swimming Meet. 






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OUTSTANDING ATHLETE Ramelle Moore defeated 
Anna Taylor to win the badminton tournament. 



THE AOPis emerged victorious after decisively winning all 6 of the 
games that they played. 



THE UNDEFEATED AOPi and Zeta teams met in a decisive game in which the AOPis proved then 
selves to be superior. 





Sara Jo Cardwell became 
the free-throw champ by 
ringing 37 out of BO 
baskets. 




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The cast of "Brigadoon" takes a well-deserved curtain call after a hit performance during the Festival of Arts. 



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It's a little crowded but square dancing and folk games prove fun for all 




THE FOUR Hits and a Miss present a cute comedy number at the talent show 
on Saturday night. 



Freshman 
Camp 



The weekend before classes began in Septem- 
ber, over 300 new students, faculty and stu- 
dent leaders met at Camp Winnataska, Leeds, 
Alabama, for the annual Freshman Camp. 

Everyone had a wonderful time meeting 
new people and talking about exciting sum- 
mers so recently past. Informal discussion 
groups were held concerning adjustments and 
problems of college life. Study habits and 
various campus activities were also discussed. 

One of the highlights of the camp was the 
"Talent Show" on Saturday night. It was 
a good chance for the Music and Drama 
Departments to see what a host of talent there 
was in the Freshman Class. 



DUCK SOON LYOU has a captive audience 
as she sings of her home land — (Korea). 



The swimming pool area is a popular gathering place during free time. 









Student leaders and faculty meet to discuss and plan various aspects of campus life. 




A study-habits discussion group led by faculty and upper classmen proves helpful to Freshmen. 



Students enjoy singing in the chapel led by college choir director, Mr. Anderson. 





Orientation and 
Registration 



Tests, speakers, and parties fill the life of a Fresh- 
man in his two days of orientation and registration 
before classes begin. 

Upper-classmen and administration get a chance to 
shine before the Freshmen as they are introduced and 
make speeches. Somehow, the Freshmen manage to 
live through it all. Maybe because it's fun in a hectic 
sort of way. 



MRS. HALE'S window is popular especially during registration. 



Discussion groups led by student leaders concern campus activities. 





RAY Mathis begins the convocation service one day during REW. 



Religious Emphasis 
Week 



Varying opinions were given concerning Religious 
Emphasis Week this year and the outstanding, intel- 
lectual young minister from Vero Beach, Florida — 
the Reverend James Armstrong — who spoke. 

The theme for the week was "God in Modern Life," 
and Rev. Armstrong broke it down into "God and 
Man," "God and Science," "God and Society," and 
"God and Religion." 

Religious services at convocation, discussion 
groups, nightly dorm devotionals, a communion serv- 
ice and private consultations were special emphasis 
of the week. 




THE ROMAN Catholic students hold services of their own. 



Discussion groups with Dr. Armstrong prove challenging and helpful. 





THE NEW president, Dr. Henry Stanford, crowns the new Miss 
Southern Accent, Barbara Neely. 



Miss Southern Accent 
Pageant 



Under the leadership of Martin Hames, a new and 
thrilling campus function was added to 'Southern's list 
of activities this year by the yearbook staff; it was 
the "Miss Southern Accent Pageant," which presented 
the fifteen finalists in the judging for the yearbook 
queen, Miss Southern Accent. 

From these fifteen, the judges — Miss Lilly Mae 
Caldwell, Mr. William Brasher, Mrs. David Roberts, 
III, and Mr. Bill Ozier — chose Miss Barbara Neely 
as the new Miss Southern Accent. She was crowned 
by the new Southern president, Dr. Henry King Stan- 
ford, and a dance featuring the Auburn Knights was 
held in her honor following the pageant. 




AUBURN KNIGHTS furnish the music for the Miss Southern Accent Dance which follows 
the pageant. 





DIRECTOR of the pageant— Martin Hames. 



THE CAT MOUNTAIN Four entertain the royal 
court of Southern beauties. 




Fresenting the Miss Southern Accent finalists to you, the public, to decide who will be Miss Southern Accent.' 




"RHYMES HAVE I, many rhymes have I," sing Andrew 
Gainey and Barbara Sibbs. 




PAGES, Clay Long and Jim Patterson, present Barbara Neely with the royal cape of Miss Southern Accent. 



Music at B-S-C 

Fun, hard work, and personal satisfaction fill the 
lives of all those taking some part in music at Bir- 
mingham-Southern. 

The B-S-C Choir, under the direction of Mr. Ray- 
mond Anderson, is known all over Alabama and the 
nearby southern states for its high quality of singing 




CHOIR DIRECTOR, Mr. Raymond Anderson and Assistant, 
Ginny Sue Trimble, go over some choir music. 



and leadership. Many convocation programs, a beau- 
tiful Christmas carol service, a choir trip through 
south Alabama and Florida, "Brigadoon"', "Elijah", 
and many performances before civic groups were 
among the choir's productions this year. 




THE CHOIR'S quartet is a favorite singing group with 
students. 




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The full choir is one of the most popular organizations on campus, with over 100 members. 









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TO BE chosen for the Birmingham-Southern Touring Choir is the aim of every choir member. 




THE CONSERVATORY Opera Workshop presents the chamber 
opera, "The Shepherds of the Delectable Mountain." 



The Christmas program presented by the combined choirs of McCoy Church and B-S-C is one of the musical highlights of the year. 





Ralph Flanagan and his dance band provide the music for the Christmas Ball. 




rf See the 
Jaguar" 



A new kind of play and acting expe- 
rience came to the Hilltop this year when 
Rebecca Jennings directed "See the Ja- 
guar." 

The plot concerns a young mountain 
girl who falls in love with a man whom 
her father thinks is a coward; therefore, 
he forbids their marriage. The girl be- 
comes pregnant and the young man is 
faced with the decision of whether to 
keep his ideals about killing or to con- 
cede to the girl's father so they can get 
married. A struggle arises and the young 
man is killed. The girl leaves the moun- 
tain and her father to bring up the child 
as its father had wanted it to be brought 
up. 

Beauty and symbolism run deeply 
through the rawness, blindness, and sav- 
agery of the mountain life and people. 

Leiser Chandler portrayed the young 
girl; Paul Crow was the young school 
teacher; John Kitchens was the father; 
and Art Hopper was the jealous right- 
hand man for the father. 




CONSTANT CONFLICT lies between Janna (Leiser 
Chandler) and her father, Brad (John Kitchens), because 
of Janna's love for Dave Ricks. 




HILLTOP (Art Hopper) and Brad (John Kitchens) argue violently over what to 
do with Wally (Jack Spann). 



Dave (Paul Crow) has lied to Brad about killing the Jaguar and Brad has found out about it. 





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Brigadoon" 



With its misty realm combined with the miracle of 
love, "Brigadoon," the land of enchantment, brought 
a week of delightful magic to the Hilltop this year. 

The story centers around two American men who 
wander into the mystic, Scottish village of Brigadoon. 
One of the men falls in love with a Scottish girl. The 
men leave but return a year or so later. Through the 
power of love, Tommy Albright, is allowed to remain in 
the land of Brigadoon. 

Featured players for this successful production, di- 
rected by Stuart Mims, were: Andrew Gainey as Tommy 
Albright, Teresa Rinaldi and Barbara Gibbs as Fiona 
MacLaren, Art Hooper as Jeff Douglas, Leiser Chandler 
as Jane Ashton, Jackie Wells as Jean MacLaren, Delbert 
Bailey as Archie Beaton, Don Walker and Richard Eng- 
lund as Harry Beaton, Tommy Reeves as Mr. Lundie, 
Willie Graves and Marshall Spann as Charlie Dal- 
rymple, Don Brown as Angus MacGuffie, Jack Mann as 
Sandy Dean, Jane Goad and Pat King as Meg Brockie, 
Mack Finney as Frank, and Ginger Humphreys as Mag- 
gie Anderson. 



LOVE AND Marriage is the theme of discussion as Tommy Albright 
(Andrew Gainey) talks to Fiona MacLaren (Barbara Gibbs, in top 
picture, and Teresa Rinaldi, in lower picture). 




MEG BROCKIE (Pat King) tells Tommy Albright (Andrew Gainey) and Jeff Douglas (Art Hopper) 
about life in Brigadoon. 




GETTING READY for her wedding, Bonnie Jean (Jackie Wells), helped by friends (Civic Ballet 
dancers) dances to "Come to Me, Bend to Me". 




SANDY (Jack Mann) sells candy at the Fair to some of the townspeople (College Choir members) 
of Brigadoon. 



THROUGH THE miracle of make-up, Tom Reeves becomes 
Mr. Lundie, the school master of Brigadoon. 



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Water Ballet 



A splash and the 1958 Water Ballet was on. "Aqua- 
tic Autumn" was the appropriate name and it featured 
different fall activities centered around a woodland 
scene. Thor Stiff was the hunter and picnicers were 
choir members who supplied the music for the show. 
Many said that it was the best water ballet held at 
'Southern in many years. Directors, Miss Davis and 
Virginia Shaw, and swimmers, deserved much ap- 
plause. 





DIRECTORS Virginia Shaw and Miss Davis put a Fall theme into the Water 
Ballet with Aquatic Autumn. 



"LADIES TO the center and form a star" as the ballet gives a good rendition of a Western 
square dance. 





WEEKS OF practice showed off with rhythm swimming of 
Stephens, Statom, Gillespy, Shaw, and Braswell. 



THREE CLOWNS come to life 
and try to go for a boat ride. 




A CHEER went up and the football team went into action with warmup exercises. 




JACK FROST'S little elf friends. 





STATOM AND SHAW made "ballet 
legs" of swimming look soooo easy. 



AN AUTUMN choir provided the musical background for the ballet. 



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For over fourteen consecutive years the Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi sorority has presented the Mr. Hilltopper 
show. This year, top-notch talent entertained in an 
"Around the World" theme. 

Candidates for Mr. Hilltopper are nominated by 
each of the social sororities and fraternities on cam- 
pus. The audience at the performance votes for their 
choice for Mr. Hilltopper. At the dance following the 
show, the new Mr. Hilltopper is announced. This 
year the winner was Jim Ensor, sponsored by the 
Theta Upsilon sorority. 



JIM ENSOR, 1958 Mr. Hilltopper, gets a kiss from Bynum Waters. 





THE AOPi chorus line opens and closes the annual show. 

The Theta Upsilon "Backwards Skit" was one of the top numbers of the Mr. Hilltopper Show. 



LINDA STOKES, AOPi president, presents the AOPi 
outstanding senior member plaques to Gloria Spruill 
and Bynum Waters. 












Virginia Shaw introduces the candidates for Mr. Hilltopper as: Ben Price, Louis Braswell, Jim Ensor, Don Brown, Ray Mathis, Mike Donahue, 
Kenny Richardson, Brad Fulkerson, Sam Brewer, Charles Fowler, Milton Boykin, and Jerry Sisson. 





POPULAR singer, Tommy Charles, thrills the 
audience. 



THE ZTA minstrel skit steals the show with "I'm Birmingham-Southern Bound.' 




BEAUTIFUL Teresa Rinaldi sings a selection fron 
"La Boheme." 





An old-time movie done in reflections showing "Why Johnny Doesn't Read" won first place for the TUs and SAEs. 



Catspaw 



Fun, humor and seasoned ridicule reigned supreme 
on January 18th when Greek and Independent groups 
presented Catspaw, the annual stunt night. 

Catspaw, the only time of the year when "cuts" 
are legal, was won by the TU-SAE's "Old Time Movie 
Newsreel." Second and third place winners, respec- 
tively, were KD-PiKA's "The King and Us," and 
ZTA-LXA's "The Basement." 

One of the highlights came in the AXO-ATO's take- 
off on "The Miss Southern Accent Pageant" when big 
John Thompson appeared as "Snooks" Neely. 




V-PRES. of Student Body, Steve Kimbrough, presents the 
winning cups to Cardwell, TU, and Price, SAE. 



Zeta Tau Alpha and Lambda Chi Alpha looked into "The Cellar" and presented "The Basement" for a third place win. 







KD and PiKA take us on an imaginary trip to far-off Turkey as they present "The King and Us.' 




Tears are shed by the AXOs and ATOs as the Miss Southern Accent Pageant is relive 



d. 



"Arnold Goes to College" and there meets the PiPhi's and the Independent Men. 





Mr. and Mrs. Go 



JOHNNY BIDDLE seems to be pretty proud of his son, Jeff, 
and you can see why. 




LINDA AND STEVE Morino take a coffee break and enjoy a private joke before 
going to class. 





PAUL ISN'T too sure whether he wants that cookie from Pappa Langford; Robbie 
looks on rather doubtfully, too. 



LOY AND ANTONETTA Hill take time out from their studies 
to pose for the camera in the library. 



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SUPPER TIME proves interesting for baby, Shirlee and Sonny Raines. 





LIZ AND MICKEY Harris take a break together on the steps 

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BOTH BUSY campus officers, Don and Sue Brown represent 
an ideal couple. 




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Aaron, Richard — 78 
Adams, Gail — 62 
Adolphus, Harriet — 62, 132 
Aldridge, Robert— 70 
Allen, Marilyn — 62 
Allen, Ronald— 70, 142 
Allen, Walter— 82 
Alley, William— 62 
Amberson, Paul — 43 
Anderson, Fletcher — 78 
Anderson, Sondra— 62, 126, 114 
Andrews, John — 70 
Applegate, David — 78 
Arnold, Ann— 62, 130 
Ashuft, Joel— 70 
Ashcraft, Margie— 78 
Avery, James — 62 
Ayres, John — 78, 136 

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Bach, Beverly-^3, 130 
Bailey, Delbert— 78 
Bairas, Raleigh-^-3, 140 
Baker, Curtis— 62, 146 
Baldwin, Marcia— 43, 128 
Barkalow, Mike— 78, 146 
Barnes, Harriet — 62, 128 
Barnes, Sharron-^3, 134 
Bates, Anne— 78, 128 
Bates, Frankie — 62 
Battle, Homer— 62, 142 
Baugh, Donald— 43, 142 
Beall, Gail— 62, 130 
Beall, Louis-^3 
Bearden, Felix — 78 
Beck, Walter— 78 
Bennett, Betty— 62, 130 
Bennett, Sally Sue— 70, 132 
Biddle, John— 62 
Black, Le Merle-43, 130 
Black, William— 78 
Blackburn, Geneva— 14, 132 
Boddy, Clark— 78, 144 
Bohannon, Billy — 62 
Boiling, Louis— 62, 140 
Bonds, Frances— 70, 128 
Boner, Marion Chris — 44, 142 
Bookout, J. C— 44 
Bostick, Joyce— 70, 132 
Boutwell, Shirley— 62, 132 
Bowen, Thomas— 70, 144 
Boyd, Hugh— 62 
Boyd, Walter D.-44, 136 
Boyer, Ronald— 78 
Boykin, Milton-^44, 136 
Boze — Constance — 62, 132 
Bmkefield, Monte— 78 
Brasfield, Stan— 62, 144 
Braswell, Helen— 78, 130 
Braswell, Louis — 62, 144 
Brewer, Sam— 70, 142 
Briscoe, John — 78 
Brock, Kay— 70, 126 
Brooks, Barbara — 70 
Brooks, Robert— 62, 140 
Brown, Donald— 44, 142 
Brown, J. F.— 62 
Brown, Mary F.— 44, 130 
Brown, Sue— 44, 132, 142 
Brown, Sylvia — 78 
Broyles, Mary Lee^45, 128 
Bryan, Richard— 78, 142 
Bryan, William— 70 
Bryant, Robert— 62, 136 
Buckner, Barbara — 70 
Bunton, Edgar — 45, 140 
Burgess, Dan — 45 
Burnett, Linda— 70, 130 
Burwell, Ellen Byrd— 63, 128 
Busby, Cameron — 63, 143 
Bussy, Anne— 70, 132 
Butts, Don— 78, 140 



Calvert, Keith— 45, 136 
Campbell, Patrick^45, 146 



Cannon, Charlotte — 78 
Camey, Charles — 63, 136 
Cartledge, Carol— 78, 130 
Cash, Jim— 70, 136 
Cashion, Roy-^45, 135, 140 
Cates, Cande — 78 
Cather, Nancy— 78 
Cauthen, Mary Lee— 70, 125 
Cecil, Earleen— 63, 128 
Charm, John — 78 
Champion, James — 79 
Chandler, Leiser— 79, 131 
Chamack, Leonard — 79, 146 
Chester, Nancy— 70, 126 
Cisco, David — 79 
Cisco — M arilyn — 63 
Clark, Catherine — 45 
Clark, Stanley-^5, 146 
Clem, Glen — 63 
Clem, Judy— 70, 131 
Clopton, Larry Ann — 79 
Clotfelter, Carol— 63, 130 
Cobb, Ronald— 63, 142 
Cochran, Ann — 46, 133 

Cochran, Peggy — 46 

Coggin, John— 63, 144 

Collier, Anne — 63 

Collins, Charles— 79, 146 

Colvert, Marthanne — 79 

Conyers, Charles — 46, 146 

Coogan, John — 79 

Cook, Judy— 70, 126 

Cook, Sandra — 70, 126 

Copeland, Alice — 63 

Corn, Gail — 46 

Corley, Gayle— 70, 133 

Corley, Dan— 70 

Corsentine, Rosalie — 70 

Covett, Kenneth — 71 

Cox, Jim — 71 

Cram, Michael— 71, 135 

Creagh, Martha A.— 71, 128 

Crocker, Larry — 63, 144 

Crow, Paul — 71 

Crow, Rochelle-^16, 134 

Crozier, Gwen — 71, 126 

Crump, Robert — 71 

Cunningham, Frances — 79, 134 

D 

Daily, James— 71, 142 
Daly, Joyce— 79, 130 
Daugherty, Pat— 79, 136 
Davenport, Ellen— 79, 126 
Davidson, William — 71 
Davis, Roemon — 46, 141 
Dawson, Don— 79, 142 
Deemer, Larry— 79, 142 
Deaton, Fred— 71, 147 
DeLoach, James— 46 
Dial, Kay— 71 
DiGesu, Anthony — 79 
Dillard, Gwen— 79, 130 
Dinsmore, Evelyn— 46, 130 

Dobbs, Judy— 71 

Donahoo, James — 63, 135, 144 

Donahue, Michael— 63, 145 

Dorough, Prince — 79 

Doss, George — 71 

Doss, Gordon H.— 71, 147 

Douglas, Marilyn— 71, 126 

Douthit, Judith— 79, 130 

Drennen, Bob— 71, 137 

Duchock, Steve — 71 

Duffey, Jane— 79 

Duffey, Julia Rebecca— 79, 127 

Duncan, John — 79 

Durham, David — 63 

Dyar, Floyd— 71, 141 



Edwards, Myra D.— 79, 125 
Edwards, Nancy— 79, 130 
Ellis, Charles— 71, 145 
English, Dianne— 79 
Ensor, Herman — 71 
Ensor, Jimmy — 47, 144 



Eubanks, Lowell — 63 
Evans, Barbara— 71, 115, 127 
Evans, John— 71, 140 



Faulk, Sandy— 80, 130 

Feaster, Lorette — 71 

Ferrell, Carolyn— 71, 130 

Ferrell, Charles-^47, 144 

Fetner, Ellen— 80 

Fikes, Alan— 72 

Finney, Hershel— 80, 146 

Fish, Fred— 80 

Fix, George — 47 

Fletcher, William— 72 
Fort, James — 47, 144 
Fort, Jon— 63 
Foshee, Donald — 47 
Foster, Allen— 63, 140 
Fotinos, Betty — 63 
Fountain, Euel — 47 
Franklin, Barnard— 72, 146 
Franklin, Denson — 47, 146 
Franklin, Jenny— 72, 129 
Fraunces, Helen — 47, 125 
Frazer, Charles — 72 
Freil, Barbara— 48 
Fucntes, Gilberto — 80 
Fulkerson, Bradley — 48, 144 
Fuller, Elizabeth— 80 
Fuller, Janet— 63, 131 
Fussell, Arthur— 72 
Fuqua, Joseph — 48 



Gagleano, Anthony — 72 

Gantous, George — 72 

Ganus, Gary — 72 

Gay, Robert — 63 

Geer, Dudi— 80 

Gerhardt, Richard— 80 

Giattina, Lucretia — 48, 116, 132 

Gibbs, Barbara— 72 

Gibson, Joanne — 80 

Gilfarb, Sam— 80 

Gill, Jackie— 80 

Gilliland, Michael— 63 

Gilmer, Joe — 63 

Gilmer, Thompson — 63, 137 

Glass, Norman — 80 

Goad, Jane — 72 

Gober, Katrine — 48 

Godfrey, Carolyn — 80 

Godfrey, Roland— 72, 140 

Goldman, Alan — 64 

Golson, Henry— 72, 137 

Graddick, Wallace— 64, 136 

Grady, Bruce — 80 

Graves, Leland — 48 

Graves, William^48, 136 

Gravlee, James — 64 

Gray, Randolph— 80, 136 

Green, Pat— 80, 129 

Greene, June— 48, 126 

Greeinill, Jerry — 64, 136 

Gregg, James— 80 

Grice, Edwin — 49 

Grimes, O. R.— 144 

Gunn, Bill— 64, 135, 136 

Gunn, Bob— 72, 136 

H 

Ham, Janice— 72, 129 
Hamby, Jerry— 72, 146 
Hames, Martin — 49, 146 
Hammer, Emily — 64, 131 
Hamrick, Mary— 80, 128 
Hancock, Anna Marie — 80 
Haney, Jimmie R. — 49 
Hanson, Martha Rose — 64 
Hardin, Joe— 64, 146 
Harper, Harriet^9, 128 
Harper, Wallace— 64, 128 
Harper, William-^9 
Harris, A. L.^49, 146 
Harris, Elizabeth— 72 



Harrison, Diana — 72, 131 

Harrison, Janice — 72 

Harvey, Pat— 80 

Hasty, Jeanette — 80, 126 

Havas, Louis — 80 

Hawkins, Mary Douglas — 72 

Haynes, Mary Katherine — 49, 130 

Head, David— 80 

Head, Martha Ann— 80, 128 

Head, William— 81, 142 

Hearn, David— 81, 144 

Hearn, Tom — 64, 144 

Henderson, Douglas — 81, 136 

Hendricks, William— 81 

Herren, James — 81, 147 

Higginbotham, George — 64 

Higgins, Merla— 64, 128 

Hill, Annette — 81 

Hill, Antonietta — 49 

Hill, Loy— 64 

Hilyae, Elvin— 72 

Hinds. Gay— 81, 132 

Hobbs, Barbara— 72, 126 

Hodgens, Delores — 64, 132 

Hollyfield, W. G— 50 

Holt, Ira— 50, 145 

Hogan, Patricia — 81 

Holliman, Sara— 81, 125 

Hollis, John— 72 

Hopkins, Shirley — 50 

Hopper, Arthur — 64, 142 

Hopping, Jane — 50 

Hose, Claude Bruce — 72 

House, Margaret — 81 

Houston, Elizabeth— 73, 119, 132, 
140 

Howard, Robert — 73 

Huddleston, Shelia — 81 

Hufham, Sarah— 81, 126 
Hulen, Bobby— 81 
Hull, William— 81 
Hunter, Billie— 73, 125 
Hurst, Alfred — 64 
Hurst, Clyce — 64 
Hurst, Douglas— 81, 147 

I 
Isenberg, Barry — 81 

J 

Jacoway, Martha Ann — 73, 119, 130, 

146 
Jacks, Carl— 81 
Jackson, Alfred— 50, 140 
Jarman, Jack — 50 
Jeff, James — 73 
Jennings, John— 50, 135, 143 
Johnson, Glenda — 81 
Johnson, Jimmy — 81, 145 
Johnson, Judy Gilbert— 50, 128 
Johnson, Mary — 73 
Johnson, Roy — 81 
Johnson, Sara— 81, 128 
Johnston, Carole — 81, 130 
Johnston, June — 81 
Jones, Ezra Earl — 73, 145 
Jones, Susan O'Steen — 51 
Joiner, Joyce — 81, 134 
Jumper, Nadine — 82 

K 

Kalas, Demetra— 73, 128 
Kantargis, Catherine — 64 
Keathley, David— 64, 136 
Keefe, Helen— 82, 129. 
Kelley, Robert— 64, 131 
Keltner, Shirley— 51, 132 
Kennedy, Harold — 51 
Kennemer, Kay — 73, 129 
Kent, Judith Anne— 82, 134 
Ketchua, Charles 0., Jr. — 51 
Ketchem, Billie Grace— 82, 130 
Khosrow, Mohajerin — 82 
Kilgore, Janice— 64, 130 
Kimbrough, S. T., Jr.— 51, 144 
King, Mike— 82 



King, Pat— 82 
King, Polly— 64, 132 
Kirk, Edwin C— 82, 146 
Kitchens, Daniel — 73, 137 
Kitchens, John M.— 82, 146 
Koch, William M.— 82 
Koikos, Helen — 64 
Kolbe, Marte — 51 
Koplon, Burton — 73 
Kracke, Robert R.— 82, 144 
Krug, Nancy— 82, 129 
Kyle, Janie— 82 
Kynard, Melvin— 73, 144 



Lacy, Nelson C— 82, 137 
Landel, Helen Ann— 51, 119, 125 
Langford, Robbie — 65 
Lambert, Charles — 73, 146 
Lamppin, Douglas — 64, 135, 146 
Latture, Gayden — 65 
Lawrence, William Lex — 65 
Lazenby, Robert Ed — 73 
Leader, Nan — 51 
Lee, Barbara— 82, 126 
Lee, Chung Soon — 52 
Leonard, Charles — 82 
Leontis, Deonna — 65, 126 
Leonard, Delores — 73 
Leopard, Bailey — 65 
Lewis, Jo Ann — 73 
Light, Jack— 82 
Lindsey, Kay— 73, 120, 130 
Lipscomb, Andy — 82 
Littrell, Jo Ann— 52, 132 
Livingston, Lynn — 73 
Long, Clay— 52, 144 
Love, Linda— 82, 125 
Lowe, Kay— 73, 132 
Lowery, Dan H. — 52 
Lowery, T. S. — 73 
Lucky, Betty— 82 
Lumpkin, Celia — 65, 126 
Luttman, Helmut — 82 
Lyons, Lyndel— 52, 130 
Lyons, Mary Jim — 65, 127 
Lyoun, Duck Soon — 82 

Mc 
McCain, Joseph D.— 83, 137 
McCain, Paul— 73, 144 
McClain, Gail— 83, 133 
McCIain, Ruby Jane — 52 
McClendon, Beverly— 73, 126 
McCleskey, Sarah — 52 
McCombs, Bob— 73 
McConnell, Judy— 83, 133 
McCurry, Sherry— 73, 132 
McDonald, Dell— 83 
McDonough, Anne — 65, 126 
McGahee, Jane — 52 
McLaughlin, Hugh— 83 
McLaughlin, William — 74 
McWaters, Charles — 65, 142 
McWilliams, Elise— 83, 117, 132 
McWilliams, Marion White— 53, 128 

M 
Manasco, Carol— 74, 120, 132, 144 

Mann, 82 

Maguire, John — 53 
Marberry, John — 53 
Marlow, A. V.— 82, 136 
Marshall, James — 65 
Martin, Gerald — 74 
Martin, John— 65, 136 
Martin, Marian— 83, 127 
Martin, Patricia — 74, 134 
Martinez, Daisey — 83 
Massey, Larry — 53 
Mathis, Ray— 53, 136 
May, Byan— 83, 146 
Mayfield, Ray— 74 
Meadows, Ben — 83 
Melton, Edward— 83 
Merriman, Dave — 53 
Mitchell, William— 65, 135, 144 
Mittendorf, Jack— 74 
Moon, Mary Jane — 53 
Moore, Gerald— 83 



Moore, Jack — 53 

Moore, Mary H. Black— 74, 128 

Moore, Penny 65, 128 

Moore, Ramelle— 54, 130 
Moranz, John — 54 
Moreno, James — 83, 136 
Moreno, Steve, Jr. — 54 
Morgan, Margaret — 54, 125 
Morgan, Ronald D.— 65, 144 
Moris, Rukob— 83 
Morris, Mayme Jo — 74 
Mosakowski, George — 65, 142 
Mosely, Barbara — 65 
Motley, Sam D.— 83 
Motte, Ann Marie — 65, 126 
Moxley, Thomas — 54 
Mueller, Dorothy — 65, 134 
Mullins, Marilyn— 83, 130 
Myers, Elaine — 74, 131 

N 
Narkates, Annie Jo — 65 
Neely, Barbara— 65, 112, 113, 132 
Neely, Lois Martin — 54, 128 
Neuber, Waltraud C. — 54 
New, Jimmy — 65 
Nicholas, John — 65 
Nirenstein, Myron — 54, 142 
Nix, Lucia— 55, 131 

O 

O'Dell, Allen— 55, 136 
Odom, James — 83 
O'Donnell, Patricia — 65 
Oglesby v Barbara— 74, 126 
Osborn, Frances — 55 
Owen, Ann Denson — 65, 132 
Owens, Hayden B. — 74 



Page, Margaret — 83 

Parris, James, Jr.— 66, 135, 142 

Parrott, Barbara — 83 

Patrick, Andrew Joseph — 66, 142 

Patterson, Jim — 74, 135, 146 

Payne, Louis— 83, 145 

Payne, Tommy — 66, 145 

Peacock, Amelia — 55 

Peck, E. Brian— 55 

Perothers, Bob— 83 

Peters, Jo Anne — 66, 126 

Peterson, John, Jr. — 83 

Phillips, Billy R.— 74, 146 

Phillips, Jack C— 74, 145 

Pickel, Harold— 66 

Pigman, James — 55, 136 

Pilgrim, Carl O.— 74, 142 

Ponder, Charles — 74, 144 

Portis, Carolyn — 66, 126 

Posey, Tommy — 74 

Potts, Barber P.— 83 

Prater, Julia— 55, 120, 128 

Precise, Bud — 66 

Price, Ben— 74, 144 

Pugh, Billy R.— 74 

Pugh, Mary K.— 55, 131 

Pugh, Phyllis— 74 

Pulley, Jim— 83, 136 

Purcell, Ethel— 66, 132 

Purvis, Charlene — 56, 132 

Putman, Johnny — 84, 136 

R 

Raines, James A. — 56 
Raines, Shirlee — 56 
Randolph, William— 74, 144 
Ranelli, Frank J. — 74 
Rawls, Rebecca — 56, 125 
Ray, John Parks— 84, 147 
Reaves, John Earl — 66 
Redfern, Jack L.— 84, 142 
Reeves, Thomas — 84, 137 
Reid, Gary— 84 
Reinhardt, Jon Mac — 66 
Rinaldi, Teresa— 84, 121, 126 
Renshaw, Jan — 66, 134 
Reynolds, Charles— 84, 137 
Richards, James E. — 84, 143 
Richardson, Donna — 84 
Richardson, Kenny — 66 



Roberts, Helen— 84 
Roberts, William G.— 84 
Robertson, Thatcher— 84, 147 
Robinson, Tom— 74, 140 
Rochelle, Marvin — 74 
Rogers, Dan— 75, 143 
Rogers, Robert N.— 56, 137 
Roper, Elora — 84 
Rosenau, Joy — 66, 125 
Rowe, Melvin— 75 
Rubin, Richard B.— 66 
Rubin, Alexandre — 84 
Rush, Earlene— 84 
Rush, Edwin, Jr.— 56, 137 



Sandefer, Dorothy— 75, 134 
Sands, Edwin, Jr.— 56, 142 
Sapp, Betty— 56, 130 
Sapp, Hargis — 84 
Sarasohn, Hershel — 57 
Sarris, Lillian— 84, 128 
Satterfield, James — 75, 147 
Schipman, Swinson — 84, 146 
Schou, William — 66 
Scott, David G.— 66, 140 
Scruggs, Betty— 75, 130 
Seale, Gary R. — 75 
Self, Beverly— 84, 134 
Self, Celia Ann— 84, 128 
Self, Charles N.— 75 
Self, Margaret P. — 66 
Sellers, David — 66 
Sewell, Donald W— 84, 142 
Shaddix, John T. — 66 
Shahbagh, Reza H. — 75 
Sharpe, Larry — 84, 136 
Shaw, Virginia — 66, 126 
Shealy, Sonja M.— 75, 133 
Shockley, Don — 66, 136 
Shrader, Mikki— 57, 133 
Short, Linden M. — 75 
Sibley, Sally— 57, 130, 136 
Simonton, Johnny — 75 
Sims, J. Larry— 57, 142 
Singley, Jeanette — 75 
Sisson, Jerry — 57, 135, 146 
Skinner, Jackie F. — 75 
Slappy, Joseph E. — 57, 144 
Slaughter, John — 84, 146 
Smith, Catherine— 75, 128 
Smith, Greta Rue — 66 
Smith, Guynelle— 84, 125 
Smith, James W.— 84 
Smith, Jim F.— 84, 136 
Smith, Johnny Lee — 66 
Smith, Judy Lee— 67, 125 
Smith, Marilyn— 75, 130 
Smith, Pat— 67, 130 
Smith, Winston — 66, 144 
Smyth, Marlene — 84 
Snavely, Charles A. — 75 
Snider, Gloria— 67, 132 
Snow, Bobbie Nell— 84 
South, Jean— 57, 134 
Spann, Jack D. — 57 
Spann, Marshall — 85 
Spears, Hildegarde, 67, 118, 132 
Spradley, Harold — 67 
Sprouse, Gordon E. — 67 
Spruill, Gloria— 58, 121, 127 
Stacey, Carol — 75 
Stansel, Robert— 75, 146 
Statom, Sara Anne— 67, 130 
Steelman, Jerry — 85 
Stephens, Fred A.— 58, 135, 136 
Stephens, Marion — 85, 127 
Steveison. Chris — 75, 144 
Stewart, Thomas M.— 85, 136 
Stokes, Linda — 75, 126 
Stooke, Jim— 75, 144 
Storey, Martha— 75, 126 
Storrs, Charles, Jr. — 85, 136 
Strain, Barbara— 67, 132 
Streetman, Kibbe — 67, 146 
Stringfellow, Carl — 58 
Stroud, Wanda— 85, 129 
Suttle, Carolyn— 85, 132 
Swafford, Don — 85 
Swank, Fred — 58, 136 



Swartz, Joseph M — 58, 142 
Sysbo, Michael W.— 75, 141 



Tanner, Larue — 85 
Tatum, Jerry — 75, 131 
Tatum, Walter Barnes— 76, 145 
Taylor, Anna — 58 
Teal, Glenda— 85 
Terrell, Paul E.— 58 
Terrill, Richard E.— 85, 142 
Thigpen, Ann — 76, 126 
Thomas, Inez — 76 
Thomas, Mary Ellen — 67 
Thomason, Charlotte— 85, 132 
Thompson, John — 67, 136 
Thompson, Major — 67 
Thornberry, Lee — 67 
Thornton, John— 76, 142 
Tidwell, Delia Ann— 76, 121. 130 
Tolar, Genell— 76, 132 
Trible, Esther— 76, 129 
Troncalli, Andrew — 76 
Tucker, Virginia — 76, 126 
Turner, Jackie — 76, 125 
Tyson, Paul— 67, 142 



Van Landingham, Rosalind — 76 
Vaughn, Claude O.— 58 
Vaughn, Dick— 85, 137 
Vaughn, Judy — 85 
Virciglio, Pauline — 76, 134 
Vines, Douglas — 85 
Vines, Myra Joy — 85 
Voigt, Katheryn — 59 

W 
Wagner, Marie — 67 
Wait, Martha— 67 
Waldrup, Bernard — 76 
Walker, George B.— 59 
Walker, Joanne — 59 
Walker, Wendy— 67, 126 
Walston, Lawrence E. — 67, 137 
Waters, Bynum— 59, 126 
Waters, Ernest Leon — 59 
Waters, Jimmy — 59, 146 
Waters, Joan— 59, 134 
Webb, Jack H.— 76, 146 
Weems, Dorothy Sue— 59, 134 
Wehby, Suzanne — 85, 133 
Weir, Nancy— 76, 131 
Wells, Jackie— 85, 127 
West, Riedel— 67 
Westbrook, Robert — 67 
Whatley, Mike— 85 
Whatley, Nancy— 60, 131 
White, Joe E.— 60 
White, Linda Carey— 85 
White, Morris Wayne — 76 
Whiting, H. Lawrence — 76, 135 
Whitman, Kenneth — 85 
Wilkins, Sterling L— 60, 135, 141 
Williams, Bobby— 85 
Williams, Judy — 67 
Williams, Mary Jane— 86, 125 
Williams, Norman— 76, 147 
Williamson, Herbert — 85 
Wilson, Bill— 67, 143 
Wilson, Virginia— 68, 129 
Windsor, Vandon R.— 85 
Wingard, Robert W.— 67, 137 
Wingo, Harvey— 60, 137 
Winstead, Bethel— 85, 133 
Winston, Norman G — 68, 143 
Wiseman, Doris— 76, 129 
Wittenstein, Gerald — 76, 147 
Wolfe, Tommie— 85, 127 
Womble, Hunter S— 60, 145 
Wood, William V.— 60, 145 
Woodham, John— 76, 147 
Wright, Elliott— 68 
Wright, Margaret — 68 
Wyatt, Pat— 76 
Yarbrough, Avlona — 60 
Yelverton, Lane)" — 68 
Young, Rebecca Fay — 60 



Zylman, Corrinne — 85, 134 



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