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DEDICATION 



In these trying times of sudden change and inse- 
curity there is something comforting and inspiring 
about a tradition. Birmingham-Southern is a tradi- 
tion, and the lives of dedicated men may be found 
throughout its pages of history. 

Dr. Abernethy's long period of continuous service 
is a tribute to his abilities. His love for his alma- 
mater came to life in him when he was an undergrad- 
uate at 'Southern. He was a member of the class of 
1930, and as a student he took an active interest in 
the affairs on the Hilltop. He served as President of 
the Dramatics Club, President of his social fraternity, 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and President of his Sopho- 
more, Junior, and Senior class. His participation as 
a student stimulated the interests in him which were 
to carry over into his later life. 

To a brilliant man who has graced our campus with 
his intellect, his writings, and his guidance . . . 

to a dedicated man who has given a wealth of serv- 
ice to his alma-mater — as an undergraduate, as a 
faculty member, and as our Dean . . . 

we dedicate this volume, the 1959 Southern Accent. 





DR. CECIL ABERNETHY 



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4CULTY OF 5 ... TO A 




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FACULTY AND STAFF OF OVER 100 . . 




The highlight of the Alabama Methodist confer- 
ence session in 1854 was a sermon by the Reverend 
Archelaus H. Mitchell, one of the church's able de- 
fenders of religious education. His inspiring sermon 
created a great enthusiasm and began a movement 
toward the founding of old Southern University. 

A charter was obtained in 1856, and after three 
years of preparation, on October 3, 1859, old South- 
ern University opened its doors officially. Five pro- 
fessors including the president were on hand to wel- 
come the small number of students. 

Since the merger with Birmingham College, indus- 
trial Birmingham has been kind to Birmingham- 
Southern. Our annual budget has increased from 
$15,000 to over $800,000, and our faculty has in- 
creased from five to a faculty and staff of over one 
hundred. 




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DR. HENRY KING STANFORD 



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PRESIDENT 




As our active President, Henry King Stan- 
ford has widened the scope of our outlook and 
achieved our lasting respect of his abilities. 
His vast experience and travels, and his in- 
terest in all phases of campus life have stim- 
ulated Birmingham-Southern in many ways. 
He has made the whole college plant more 
efficient, and he has gained the respect and 
friendship of the students, the administration, 
and the faculty. 





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OARD OF TRUSTEES 




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. Branseomb, Dr. Thad EUisor. Back: Mr. Ervin Jackson, Mr. N. M. Yielding, ex-officio, Mr. 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. Tapper Lightfoot, Mr. Robert F. Henry, Mr. L. P. Munger. 



The function of the Board of Trustees is to supervise 
the interests of those who aid the college financially. Dur- 
ing the past year, the Board has had two meetings — one 



in the fall in Mobile, Alabama, and one in the spring in 
Birmingham. New members of the Board are Mr. R. J. 
Riley of Mobile and Rev. Denson Franklin of Gadsden. 



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DR. RALPH JOLLY 



DEAN OF STUDENTS 





MRS. ROBERT M. COTHRAN 



DEAN OF WOMEN 



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MR. WILLIAM E. GLENN 

Registrar 



SOUTHERN' 




MR. CLARENCE COOK 
Director of Admissions 





MRS. VIRGINIA HAMILTON 
Public Relations 



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MISS VIRGINIA McMAHN 

Alumni Secretary 




ADMINISTRATION 




MR. MITCHELL PRUDE 

Assistant to the Treasurer 



MR. BENJAMIN ENGLEBURT 

Administrative Secretary 







carol horton, ruby jean smith, margaret hughes, frances 
McLaughlin, svbil nelson 



STAFF 



MRS. SPEARS. MRS. COATS, MR. AND MRS. STANFORD 




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THE TWO QUADRANGLES 



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MUSIC 

RAYMOND FLOYD ANDERSON 

Maryville College A.B. 

Columtia University M.A. 




PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

WILLIAM RAINES BATTLE 

Birmingham-Southern A.B. 
George Peabody College M.A. 



THE FACULTY 



MUSIC 

WILLIAM HUBBARD BAXTER, JR. 

Birmingham-Southern A.B. 

Birmingham Conservatory of Music B.M. 

Union Theological Seminary S.M.M. 

University of Rochester Ph.D. 




PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

BILL PENDLEY BURCH 

Middle Tennessee State B.S. 

Peabody College M.A. 



BIOLOGY 

CHARLES BARKLEY BLAIR 

Maryville College A.B. 

University of North Carolina Ph.D. 



EDUCATION 

RUTHERFORD RAY BLACK 
Birmingham-Southern A.B. 

University of Kansas M.A. 





BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

DAVID PHILLIP BEAUDRY 
University of Kansas B.S. 
Harvard University M.A. 



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ECONOMICS 

JULIUS BENEDICT BEARNSON 

Litah State University of Agriculture B.S. 
Leland State University A.M. 
University of Virginia Ph.D. 







LATIN 

HERMAN ROBERT BUTTS 
State University of Iowa Ph.D. 




HISTORY 

LOUIS EMERY BUMGARDNER 

Kent State University B.S., M.A. 

Duke University Ph.D. 



ORGAN 

MINNIE McNEIL CARR 

Converse College A.B. 

Birmingham Conservatory of Music B.M. 



MATHEMATICS 

BETTY SUE CRANE 

Auburn B.S. 

Universitv of Alabama M.A. 





MUNGER MEMORIAL HALL 



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ENGLISH 

HOWARD HALL CREED 

Central College A.B. 
Vanderbilt University Ph.D. 

BIOLOGY 

JAMES ARTHUR DOUBLES 

1 University of North Carolina A.B., M.A., 

Ph.D. 



FACULTY . . . 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

ELIZABETH DAVIS 
Birmingham-Southern A.B. 



VOICE 

ANDREW GAINEY 
University of Denver A.B. 



BIOLOGY 

MARY GRIFFIN DOSTER 
Birmingham Southern A.B. 



PSYCHOLOGY 

PAUL R. GIVENS 

George Peabody College A.B., M.A. 

Vanderbilt University Ph.D. 



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M. PAUL PHILLIPS SCIENCE BUILDING 



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CHEMISTRY 

KENNETH MILTON GORDON 

University of Illinois A.B. 
Northwestern University Ph.D. 



SOCIOLOGY 

HOWARD HARPER HARLAN 
University of Richmond A.B. 
University of Virginia Ph.D. 



BIOLOGY 

EDWIN BIBB JOSEPH 

University of Florida B.S. 

Florida State University M.S., Ph.D. 




PHYSICS 

HOYT McCOY KALOR 

Birmingham-Southern B.S. 

University of Tennessee M.S., Ph.D. 



THE FACULTY 



PSYCHOLOGY 

ROBERT WILLIAM KITES 

Mercer University A.B. 

Ohio State University A.B., Ph.D. 




SPANISH 

GUSTAVO RENE HERNANDEZ 

Maryville College A.B. 

University of North Carolina M.A., Ph.D. 









STOCKHAM WOMAN'S BUILDING 



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MATHEMATICS 

LOLA FRANCES KISER 

Memphis State B.S. 
University of Georgia A.M. 



MATHEMATICS 

JOHN FRANKLIN LOCKE 
Memphis State College B.S. 
Vanderbilt University M.A. 
University of Illinois Ph.D. 



ENGLISH 

LILLOU BURNS McCAIN 

Alabama College A.B. 
Vanderbilt University A.M. 



VOICE 

MARTHA DICK McCLUNG 
MacPhail School of Music B.Mus., M.Mus. 



ART 

RAYMOND JOHN MacMAHON 
University of Georgia B.F.A., M.F.A. 



EDUCATION 

MARJORIE WESTGATE McWHORTER 

Wellesley College A.B. 

Harvard University M.Ed. 



FACULTY . , . 



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ERSKINE RAMSAY HALL 



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ENGLISH 

RICHEBOURG GAILLARD McWILLIAMS 

University of Alabama B.S., M.A. 

Harvard University 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

J. R. MASON 
Auburn A.B. 



MUSIC 

LOUISE BATES MESSENGILL 
Birmingham Conservatory of Music B.Mus. 



CHEMISTRY 

WILLIAM R. MONTCASTLE, JR. 

Georgia Tech B.A. 
University of Alabama M.S., Ph.D. 



RADIO 

ADDISON STUART MIMS 
University of Alabama A.B. 



ART 

ANN LEWIS MILLER 
University of Georgia A.B. 
New York University A.M. 



FACULTY . . 



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GERMAN 

W. P. MORRIS 

U.C.L.A. A.B. 

University of Texas Ph.D. 



FRENCH 

WILLIAM HOOGLAND MYER 
Haverford College A.B. 
New York University A.M. 
University of North Carolina Ph.D. 



DRAMATICS 

ARNOLD FRANCIS POWELL 

Birmingham-Southern A.B., M.A. 

Vanderbilt University Ph.D. 



ORGAN 

SAM BATT OWENS 

Birmingham Conservatory of Music B.Mus., 

M.Mus. 



ENGLISH 

KATHLEEN MOORE PEACOCK 
Randolph Macon A.B. 



ENGLISH 

EGBERT SYDNOR OWNBEY 
Vanderbih University A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 



FACULTY . . . 



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M. PAUL PHILLIPS LIBRARY 



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SPEECH 

CHARLES PORTERFIELD 
Birmingham-Southern A.B. 



MUSIC 

EVERETT PITTMAN 

Birmingham Conservatory of Music B.Mus. 

M.Mus. 



RELIGION 

CHARLES PREISTWOOD 

Birmingham-Southern A.B. 

Boston University S.T.B. 




THE FACULTY 




GERMAN 

AUSTIN PRODOEHL 

Dubuque College A.B. 

Friburg (Germany) University Ph.D. 



HISTORY 

HENRY CLAY RANDALL 

University of Alabama A.B. 

Cambridge (England) University A.B., M.A. 

University of North Carolina M.A. 



EDUCATION 

ZOLLIE REED 

Florence State B.S. 

Peabody A.M. 




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ENGINEERING 

MERTON VON STEPHENS 
Auburn B.S., M.S., B.M.E. 



HISTORY 

HENRY THOMAS SHANKS 
Wake Forest A.B., M.A., L.H.D. 

University of Chicago M.A. 
University of North Carolina Ph.D. 



VOICE 

JEANNE ELLISON SHAFFER 
Stephens College A.B. 
Howard College B.M. 




ACULT 




GEOLOGY 

WILEY ROGERS 
Birmingham-Southern College A.B. 
Vanderbih University A.B., M,A., Ph.D. 



GEOGRAPHY 

JAMES ALLEN TOWER 
University of Washington A.B., M.S., Ph.D. 



PIANO 

JOSEPH HUGH THOMAS 

Birmingham-Southern A.B. 

Birmingham Conservatory of Music B.Mus., 

M.Mus. 





PIANO 

BARBARA DOROUGH THOMAS 

Birmingham Conservatory of Music B.Mus., 

M.Mus. 



SECRETARIAL STUDIES 

ELLEN FLAUT WALKER 
University of Alabama B.S. 
Columbia University M.A. 



FRENCH 



DOROTHY COX WARD 

Birmingham-Southern A.B. 

Birmingham Conservatory of Music B.M. 

Columbia University M.A. 




PHILOSOPHY 

OLIVER CORNELIUS WEAVER, JR. 

Birmingham-Southern A.B. 

Garrett Biblical Institute B.D. 

Northwestern University M.A., Ph.D. 



CHEMISTRY 

HAROLD WILCOX 

Ohio University A.B. 

Ohio State University M.Sc, Ph.D. 



HISTORY 

EVELYN VIRGINIA WILEY 

Birmingham-Southern A.B. 

Vanderbilt University M.A., Ph.D. 




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In the opening year in 1859, fifty young men reg- 
istered for classes. The faculty had intentionally set 
high scholastic standards for the University. Dr. 
Wightman, the first president, felt that these stand- 
ards were "not too high for a career of public use- 
fulness and reputation which awaits the University 
if they are adhered to with firmness". 

The next school years, however, opened without 
promise or enthusiasm. The war between the states 
occupied the attention of most parents and students. 
Only thirty-three students enrolled, and then a num- 
ber of them withdrew to join the confederate forces in 
Virginia. 

In spite of the wars, depressions and epidemics, 
however, the school thrived, and the enrollment has 
increased from fifty to over one thousand. 




THE SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



JOHN MARTIN . 
LOUIS BRASWELL 



President 
Vice-President 



PENNY MOORE . 
BARBARA NEELY 



Secretary 
Treasurer 




WALTER DOUGLAS ABBOTT, JR. 
Birmingham Delta Sigma Phi 

Delta Sigma Phi, Secretary. 



Siluria 

Choir. 



GAIL FRANCES ADAMS 

Music Education 



EDGAR G. ALDRIDGE 
Birmingham Psychology 

Eta Sigma Phi. 



MARILYN BRYANT ALLEN 
Birminfiiain Elementary Education 



SENIORS 



MARCIA LEE BALDWIN 
Birmingham Music 

Kappa Delta 
Kappa Delta, Social Service 
Chairman; College Theater; Col- 
lege Choir; Young Democrats 
and Republicans Club, Vice- 
President ; Westminster Fellow- 
ship, Publicity Chairman; Intra- 
murals; Miss SOUTHERN AC- 
CENT CONTEST. 



SONDRA ANN ANDERSON 
Birmingham English 

Alpha Omicron Pi 
Physical Education Club; Ama- 
zons; Panhellenic, President; 
Student Life Committee; Inau- 
gural Committee; Student Hand 
Book Revisions Committee; Mr. 
Hilltopper, Director; SOUTH- 
ERN ACCENT Beauty; May 
Court; KA Sweetheart. 



ANNE C. ARMSTRONG 
Birmingham English 

Canterbury Club, President; Re- 
ligious Council; Emory Univer- 
sity, transfer; Alpha Sigma Delta 
Social Club. 



ANN ARNOLD 
Cullman English 

Pi Beta Phi 
Pi Beta Phi, Treasurer, Presi 
dent; Phi Sigma Iota, Vice 
President; Mortar Board; Ama 
zons; Canterbury Qub, Presi 
dent; French Club, President, 
Panhellenic, Secretary; Religious 
Council, Secretary. 



CURTIS W. BAKER 
Clanton Pre-Dentistry 

Theta Chi 
Theta Chi, Rush Chairman; In- 
tramurals; B.S.U. ; German Club. 





DONALD ALFRED BARTON 
Jasper Biology 

B.S.U. 



GAIL BEALL 
Andalusia English 

Pi Beta Phi 
Pi Beta Phi, Corresponding Sec- 
retary ; Mortar Board ; Phi Sigma 
Iota; KDE; B.S.U. 



HARRIET ANN BARNES 
Birmingham Sociology 

Kappa Delta 
Kappa Delta, Editor, Member- 
ship Chairman ; Water Ballet ; 
Intramurals; Triangle: Ama- 
zons ; Panhellenic Council ; MSM ; 
Canterbury Club; SOUTHERN 
ACCENT, Business Manager; 
Publications Board. 



BETTY BENNETT 

Coronado, California English 

Pi Beta Phi 
Pi Beta Phi, Music Chairman; 
Mortar Board; MSM; Dorm 
Council; Intramurals. 

JOHN HUNTER RIDDLE 
Birmingham Physical Ed. 

Physical Education Club, Presi- 
dent; All Intramurals; Assistant 
Intramural Director; Student 
Government, Vice-President ; Rob- 
inson Medal ; Student Life Com- 
mittee; Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities. 

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1959 




WILLIS DELANO BOBO 
Florence Biology 

Pi Kappa Alpha 



CONSTANCE R. BOZE 
Anniston Physical Education 

Zeta Tau Alpha 
Canterbury Club; Religious 
Council, President; Executive 
Council; Intramurals; SOUTH- 
ERN ACCENT Editor; Honor 
Council, Vice-President. 



MILTON S. BRASFIELD 
Demopolis Pre-Med 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
German Club; Triangle Club; 
MSM; SOUTHERN ACCENT 
Staff ; Intramurals. 

LOUIS E. BRASWELL 
Demopolis English 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Secretary; 
Triangle Club, Vice-President; 
Interfraternity Council; Choir; 
Intramural Varsity Swimming, 
Captain ; Honor Council, Chair- 
man; MSM, Treasurer; Eta Sig- 
ma Phi, President; Phi Eta 
Sigma, Vice-President ; Who's 
Who in American Colleges and 
Universities. 



ROBERT E. BRYANT. JR. 
Birmingham Biology 

Alpha Tau Omega 
Phi Chi Delta; Intramurals 
Varsity Tennis. 



ROBERT F. BROOKS 
Birmingham Psychology 

Lambda Chi Alpha 



MAE W. CAMP 
Birmingham Elementary Ed. 



JOSEPH M. CARDONE 
Birmingham Math 

Theta Sigma Lambda 



SENIORS 



SARAH JO CARDWELL 
Woodburn, Ky. Phys. Ed. 

Theta Llpsilon 
Theta Upsilon, Chaplain, Rush 
Chairman; Panhellenic, Presi- 
dent; Physical Education Qub: 
MSM; Intramural Council, Ping 
Pong Chairman; Intramurals; 
Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities. 



CHARLES NOEL CARNEY 
Birmingham Biology 

Alpha Tau Omega 
Phi Eta Sigma; Choir. 



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CAROL CLOTFELTER 
Bessemer Elementary Ed. 

Pi Beta Phi 
Pi Beta Phi, Rush Chairman, 
Vice-President; Mortar Board; 
Treasurer; Panhellenic Council; 
Advisory Board; MSM, Secre- 
tary; KDE, President; Eta 
Sigma Phi ; Triangle Club ; Re- 
ligious Council. 



EARLEEN POE CECIL 
Mobile English 

Kappa Delta 
Kappa Delta, President; Alpha 
Psi Omega ; Eta Sigma Phi ; Col- 
lege Theatre; "Cherry Orchard," 
Stage Manager; MSM; Intra- 
murals; Panhellenic Council, 
Treasurer; HILLTOP NEWS; 
Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities. 

MARILYN MARIE CISCO 
Birmingham Elementary Ed. 

Theta Upsilon 
Price Fellowship; Eta Sigma 
Phi; MSM. 



OLIVER W. CLARK. JR. 
Birmingham Philosophy-Rel. 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
MSM; Ministerial Association; 
Intramurals; Intramural Council. 



GLEM RAY CLEM 
Ardmore Physical Education 

Physical Education Club, Presi- 
dent; Varsity Basketball; In- 
tramurals; Dorm Council. 





TIM McCOY COOLEY 
Bessemer History 



LARRY CROCKER 
Birmingham Pre-Med 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Entre Amigos; Varsity Wrest- 
ling; Intramurals; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, Warden. 



JUDITH MARIE COOK 
Birmingham Elementary Ed. 

Alpha Omicron Pi 
Alpha Omicron Pi, Scholarship 
Chairman, Philanthropic Chair- 
man; Amazons; Physical Edu- 
cation Club ; Executive Council, 
Women's Lower Division Rep- 
resentative; Choir. 



JIM PETE DEMOS 
Birmingham Business Adm.. 



KAY DIAL 

Sumterville Elementary Ed. 

.\lpha Chi Omega 
Water Ballet; Westminster Fel- 
lowship, Treasurer; Dorm Coun- 
cil; Intramurals; College Thea- 
ter; Price Fellowship; French 
Club; Choir; Physical Educa- 
tion Club; "The Boyfriend;" 
KDE. 



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JAMES S. DONAHOO 
Birmingham Biology 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Vice- 
President ; Interfraternity Coun- 
cil, Treasurer; Intramurals. 



MICHAEL ALAN DONAHUE 
Birmingham Math 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, House 
Manager, Secretary, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Religious Council; Theta 
Sigma Lamba, President; New- 
man Qub; Choir; Phi Eta Sig- 
ma; Omicron Delta Kappa. 



STEVE DUCHOCK 
Brookside Geology 



CHARLES L. DUNN 
Birmingham English 

Kappa Sigma 



DAVID P. DURHAM 
Harpersville Geolog; 



JOHNNIE B. EDWARDS 
Birmingham Education 

Alpha Chi Omega 



LOWELL T. EUBANKS 
Boaz English 



BARBARA ANNE EVANS 
Birmingham Elementary Ed. 

Alpha Omicron Pi 
Price Fellowship; College The- 
atre; Physical Education Club; 
Cheerleader; May Court; SOU- 
THERN ACCENT Beauty; 
MSM; Intramurals. 



SENIORS 



ROGER AMOS EVERETT 
Mobile Pre-Dentistry 

Lamba Chi AJpha 



MARGARET P. FANCHER 
Birmingham Education 



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BARBARA ROSS FISHER 
Bessemer Education 



ALICE COPELAND FLOYD 
Birmingham Math 

Theta Sigma Lamda; Westmin- 
ster Fellowship, Vice-President; 
German Qub, Vice-President; 
Independent Woman, Social 
Chairman. 



ROBERT MILTON GAY 
Huntsville Biology 

DeJta Tau Delta 
Newman Club; Varsity Wrest- 
ling; IntramuraJs; Dorm Coun- 
cil; Transfer from Georgia 
Tech. 




JON ROYSTER FORT 
Bessemer Business Adn 

Kappa Alpha 
B.S.U. 



BETTY FOTINOS 

Birmingham Education S^^ 




MICHAEL B. GILLILAND 
Goodwater Biology- 

Alpha. Tau Omega 
German Qub; Intramurals; 
Dorm Council, Proctor. 



WALTER T. GILMER 
Birmingham Business Adm. 

Alpha Tau Omega 
Varsity Swimming ; Intramu- 
rals. 



OLEN GENE FRASER 
Birmingham English 



ALAN BEN GOLDMAN 

Bessemer Biology 

German Qub; Psychology Club; 
SOUTHERN ACCENT, Sports 
Editor. 



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

Chi Phi 



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JERRY F. GREENHILL 
Red Bay Business Adtn. 

Alpha Tau Omega 
Alpha Tau Omega, President; 
Intramurals. 



WILLIAM LOWELL GUNN 
Alexander City History 

Alpha Tau Omega 
Alpha Tau Omega, Secretary; 
Interfraternity Council, Secre- 
tary ; MSM ; Intramurals. 



GEORGE W. HARVARD 
Birmingham Law 



MARTHA ROSE HANSON 
Gadsden English 

Eta Sigma Phi; MSM; College 
Theater; Tri-Hi-Y. 



JOE GIBSON HARDIN, JR. 
Hillsboro Biology 

Theta Chi 
Theta Chi, Guard, Treasurer. 



WALLACE M. HARPER 
Demopolis Engl 

Kappa Delta 
Kappa Delta, Pledge Preside: 
SOUTHERN ACCENT STAF 
MSM; Transfer from M^ 
Washington College. 



SENIORS 



THOMAS K. HEARN, JR. 
Birmingham English 

Sigma .Alpha Epsilon 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Secretary, 
President; ODK; Phi Eta 
Sigma; College Choir; B.S.U., 
President ; Religious Council, 
President ; Executive Council ; 
President of Student Govern- 
ment; Honor Council; Intra- 
murals; Varsity Tennis; Intra- 
murals. Who's Who in .Ameri- 
can Colleges and Universities. 



WALKER D. HENDERSON 
Birmingham Psychology 

Delta Sigma Phi 
Delta Sigma Phi, Treasurer, 
President. 



MERLA ANN HIGGINS 
Mobile English 

Kappa Delta 
Eta Sigma Phi; YWCA, SOU- 
THERN ACCENT, Assistant 
Editor; Choir; Mortar Board, 
Secretary; Wesley Players, EK- 
rector: Older Youth Confer- 
ence Council, President; MSM, 
Publicity Chairman. 



W. P. HIGHTOWER, JR. 
Birmingham Business Adm, 

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MARY R. HOWARD 
Birmingham Education 



ROBERT L. HOLLIS, JR. 
Eden Psychology 



IRA HAWKINS HOLT 
Birmingham Pre-Med 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 



ARTHUR B. HOPPER 
Birmingham Drama 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Intramural 
Chairman; Rush Chairman; Col- 
lege Theater; Assistant Techni- 
cal Director, President; Alpha 
Psi Omega; Executive Council; 
Intramurals; Outstanding In- 
dividual Athlete Award ; "Dial 
M for Murder," "Androcles 
and the Lion," "See the Ja- 
guar," "Brigadoon," ''Cherry 
Orchard;" Intramural Council. 
Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities. 

ELIZABETH HOUSTON 
Birmingham Elementary Ed. 

Zeta Tau Alpha 
Zeta Tau Alpha, Standards 
Chairman, Corresponding Secre- 
tary; MSM; May Court; SOU- 
THERN ACCENT Favorite. 





JAMES ALEX HUEY 
Jamestown Speech 



MARJORIE G. HUNTER 
Birmingham English 

Alpha Chi Omega 
Alpha Chi Omega, Activities 
Chairman. Social Chairman ; 
Intramurals ; Choir ; Transfer 
Maryville College; International 
Relations Club; Spanish Qub; 
Women's Glee Club; Playhouse; 
Women's Athletic Association; 
Women's "M" Qub, Treasurer. 



ROBERT HUNT HOWARD 
Montgomery History 

Alpha Tau Omega 
Alpha Tau Omega, Worthy 
Keeper of the Annuals; MSM, 
Contacts Chairman ; Ministerial 
Asociation ; Price Fellowship. 



ALFRED A. HURST, JR. 
Gadsden Biology 



CYLCE H. HURST, JR. 
Bessemer History 

Westminster Fellowship. 



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49 






POLLY KING 
Bimiinghani English 

Zeta Tau Alpha. 
Zeta Tau Alpha, Assistant Rit- 
ual Chairman, Magazine Chair- 
man; Physical Education Qub; 
College Theater; Intramurals. 



SENIORS 



JOHN WELLS JENNINGS 
Piedmont Business Adm. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Vice-Presi- 
dent : Interfratemity Council, 
Vice-President ; MSM ; Torea- 
dors Club; Intramural Council; 
Alpha Kappa Psi; Choir; In- 
tramurals. 



E. C. JOHNSON, JR. 
Huntsville History 

Alpha Tau Omega 
ODK; Eta Sigma Phi; Triangle 
Club, CoUege Theater, Busi- 
ness Manager; Ministerial As- 
sociation. 



THOMAS L. JONES, JR. 
Birmingham Business Adm 

Kappa Alpha 



CATHERINE KANTARGIS 
Birmingham Secty. Science 

Eta Sigma Phi. 



JANICE A. KILGORE 
Irondale Music Educati 

Pi Beta Phi 
Pi Beta Phi; Times Correspo 
ent. Censor; MSM; Gern 
Club; Choir. 



M ^ 



K , / 



BURTON S. KOPLON 
Birmingham Biology 

Phi Eta Sigma ; Theta Chi Delta ; 
French Club. 



DOUGLAS W. LAMPPIN 
Mobile Biology 

Theta Chi 
Theta Chi, Vice-President, Rush 
Chairman; Student Life Com- 
mittee, Member at Large; Inter- 
fratemity Council, President; 
German Club. President; ODK; 
Theta Chi Delta; Triangle Club; 
Intramurals; B.S.U.; Dorm 
Council; Who's Who in Ameri- 
can Colleges and Universities. 



ROBBIE K. LANGFORD 
Birmingham Math 



BAILEY LEOPARD 
Athens History 

B.S.U. 



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KATHRYN A. McDONOUGH 
Birmingham Math 

Alpha Omicron Pi 
Mortar Board; KDE; Physical 
Education Club: Theta Sigma 
Lamda; Eta Sigma Phi; In- 
tramurals. 



BOB LEON LESTER 
Albertville History 

Theta Chi 
Theta Chi, President; Phi Eta 
Sigma; ODK, President; Miss 
SOUTHERN ACCENT Page- 
ent, co-director; College Thea- 
ter; MSM; Eta Sigma Phi; 
Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities. 



CELIA A. LUMPKIN 

Alexander City Sociology 

Alpha Omicron Pi 
Alpha Omicron Pi, Treasurer, 
Vice-President ; Women's House 
Council, President; Panhellenic 
Advisory Board; Choir; MSM; 
Fellowship; Triangle Qub. 



JAMES ROSS McCain 

Birmingham History 

Delta Tau Deha 
German Club; Westminster Fel- 
lowship ; Varsity Swimming ; 
Transfer from Auburn. 



PAUL PRESSLY McCAIN 
Birmingham Biology 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Treas- 
urer; Triangle Club; Westmin- 
ster Fellowship; German Club; 
Varsity Swimming; Intramurals; 
Phi Eta Sigma, Vice-President. 





ERNEST C. MARSHALL 
Decatur Biology 

Theta Chi. 

JOHN ANDREW MARTIN 
Birmingham Biology 

Alpha Tau Omega 
Alpha Tau Omega, Vice-Presi- 
dent; ODK; Phi Eta Sigma, Phi 
Sigma Iota; Varsity Swim- 
ming; Intramurals; Best AU- 
Round Athlete; HILLTOP 
NEWS, Editor; B.S.U., Treas- 
urer, Vice-President, President; 
Editor of the State B.S.U. Pa- 
per; Who's Who in American 
Colleges; Le Circle Francais. 



CHARLES W. McWATERS 
Glen Arm, Md. Bus. Adm. 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Pi Kappa .\lpha, Vice-President; 
Alpha Kappa Psi; College The- 
ater ; Intramurals. 



RAY MAYFIELD 

Fairfield Spanish 



MARGIE NELL MILLS 
Moundville Relig. & Phil. 

Mortar Board, President; KDE, 
Treasurer; MSM, Vice-President; 
MISS SOUTHERN ACCENT; 
Honor Council; Student Life 
Committee. Who's Who in Am- 
erican Colleges and Universi- 
ties. 



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1959 




WILLIAM L. MITCHELL 
Atmore Pre-Med 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President, 
Vice-President, Editor of Bro- 
chure ; Interfratemity Council 
Representative; Triangle Club; 
Student Life Committee; Publi- 
cations Board ; Intramural ; Var- 
sity Swimming; Omicron Delta 
Kappa; SOUTHERN ACCENT 
Editor, Fraternity Editor; Who's 
Who in American Colleges and 
Universities. 

PENNY MOORE 
Sylacauga English 

Kappa Delta 
Kappa Delta, President; Panhel- 
lenic Council; I'Vmazons, Presi- 
dent; Honor Council, Secretary, 
Alpha Lambda Delta, President; 
Executive Council; Triangle 
Club; Intramural Council, Sen- 
ior Manager; MSM; Physical 
Education Qub KDE. Who's 
Who in American Colleges and 
Universities. 

UNDA RODGERS MORENO 
Northport Math 

Independent Women, President; 
Price Fellowship; Student Life 
Committee; Intramurals; Theta 
Sigma Lambda, MSM; German 
Club. 



BARBARA ANN MOSELEY 
Lyerly, Ga. Phys. Ed 

Independent Woman; Intramu 
rals; Intramural Council, Man 
ager; KDE. 



DOROTHY ANN MUELLER 
Birmingham Religious Ed, 

Theta Upsilon 
Theta Upsilon, Treasurer, Presi- 
dent; KDE, Vice-President; 
Amazons; Physical Education 
Club; Entre Amigos; YWCA; 
SOUTHERN ACCENT, Class 
Editor; Water Ballet; Panhel- 
lenic Council. 



ANNIE JO MARKATES 
Birmingham Pre-Med 



BARBARA ANN NEELY 
Birmingham English 

Zeta Tau Alpha 
Amazons; Panhellenic Council 
Choir, B.S.U.; MISS SOUTH- 
ERN ACCENT, 1958. 



ANN MARIE MOTTE 
Birmingham Sociolog 

Alpha Omicron Pi 
French Club; B.S.U.; HILL 
TOP NEWS Staflf; Wat. r 
Ballet. 



JIMMY RAY NEW 
Delta Piano 



JOHN THOMAS NICHOLAS 
Ouinlon Math 



SENIORS 



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JOHN WATKINS PEARCE 
Birmingham Geology 

Lamba Chi Alpha 
Canterbury. 



JERRY MARVIN NICHOLS 
Bessemer Hist.-Phys. Ed. 

Lamba Chi Alpha 
Lambs' Chi Alpha, Vice-Presi- 
dent Rush Chairman, Pledge 
Trainer, Intramural Representa- 
tive; Intramural Council; Intra- 
murals; B.S.U. 



ANN DENSON OWEN 
Birmingham Biology 

Zeta Tau Alpha 
College Theater; Intramurals. 



JAMES BRANT PARRIS, JR. 
Birmingham Economics 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice-President; 
Interfraternity Council; Intra- 
mural Council; IntramuraJs; 
Toreadors; MSM; Choir; Eta 
Sigma Phi. 



THOMAS J. PAYNE, III 
Jasper Biology 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Eminent 
Warden; Intramurals; German 
Qub ; Canterbury Club. 





CAROLYN PORTIS 
Birmingham Sociology 

Alpha Omicron Pi 
Alpha Omicron Pi, Recording 
Secretary; Westminster Fellow- 
ship; French Club. 



CLYDE SAMUEL PRECISE 
Scoltsboro Philos. and ReL 

Eta Sigma Phi; MSM; Price 
Fellowship ; Choir ; Ministerial 
Association ; Intramurals. 



BILLY ROWE PHILLIPS 
Birmingham ReL and Philos. 

Theta Chi 
Theta Chi, Chaplain: Ministerial 
Association; Price Fellowship; 
Intramurals. 



JOHN EARL REAVES 
Birmingham Biology 

.Alpha Tau Omega 
.\lpha Tau Omega, President; 
MSM; Intramurals. 



JON MAC REINHART 
Birmingham English 

College Theater; Choir. 



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1959 




CLINTON H. RITCHIE 
Fairfield Business Adm. 

Accounting Acliievement Award. 



RICH.\RD BENAETT RUBIN 
Birmingham Pre-Med 

German Club. President : Psy- 
chlo2r\- Gub. President ; Chess 
Qub: Dorm Council; SOI TH- 
ER.\ ACCENT. Co-Editor of 
Sports. 



GAY ROBERT SEALE 
Birmingham Bus, Adm, 

Lambda Chi Alpha 



>LARGARET P. SELF 
Birmingham Element. Ed. 



JOHN EDWIN RUSH. JR. 

Boaz Math and Physics 

Alpha Tau Omeja 
Alpha Tau Omega. Treasurer: 
Theta Sisma Lambda; Theta Chi 
Delta; MSM. 



JOHN 'WILLIAM SCHOU 

Birmingham Musi 

Alpha Tau Omega 



JOYCE J.ARRETT SHEPARD 
Birmingham Ed. 

Phi Mu 



RUBY J. SINGLEY 

Huevtown Math 

Theta Sigma Lambda. 



SEMORS 



GRETA RUE SMITH 
Birmingham Psychology 

Independent Women; MSM; 
Dorm Council. Secretarv. 



HOWARD WINSTON SMITH 
DemopoUs English 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
Triangle Club. President; Phi 
Eta Sigma ; Executive Council ; 
Phi Sigma Iota; Eta Sigma Phi; 
DDK. Treasurer; Men's Dorm 
Council. President; Student Gov- 
ernment Association; Who Who 
in American Universities; Col- 
lege Choir; Canterbur\- Club. 
President ; Religious CouncU. 

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L. HAROLD SPRADLEY 

Tuscaloosa Math 

Phi Tau Sigma, Treasurer; 
Theta Sigma Lambda, Secretary; 
German Embassy Award ; Bir- 
mingbam Symphony, Most Valu- 
able Player Award; College The- 
ater ; Intramurals. 



JUDY LEE SMITH 
Fairfield Music Education 

Alpha Chi Omega 
Amazons; Choir. 



NORMA ELLEN SMITH 
Fairfield Piano 

Theta Upsilon 
Theta Upsilon, Alumnae Vice- 
President. 



PATRICIA JANE SMITH 
Birmingham Elementary Ed. 

Pi Beta Phi 
Pi Beta Phi, Censor; Intramu- 
rals; Price Fellowship: Young 
Democrats and Republicans; 
MSM; YWCA. 



ANNE FOUCHE SOUTH.4RD 
Birmingfaam Math-Psychol. 

Kappa Delta 
Kappa Delta, Secretary; Intra- 
murals ; Intramural Council, 
Softball Manager ; Executive 
Council. Secretary ; Westmin- 
ster Fellowship : Theta Sigma 
Lambda. 





LINDA STOKES 
SuUigent Physical Ed. 

Alpha Omicron Pi 
Alpha Omicron Pi, President ; 
Cheerleader; Executive Council: 
Intramural Council : Junior 
Manager : Panhelenic Council ; 
Triangle Qub ; Physical Club : 
Treasurer; KDE; Water Ballet. 

MILDRED E. STRONG 
Birmingham Education 



BARBARA JEAN STRAIN 

Attalla Speech 

Zeta Tau Alpha 
Zeta Tau Alpha, Vice-President, 
President: Alpha Psi Omega, 
Secretary ; B.S.U. ; Panhellenic 
Council; Amazons; CoUege 
Theater, Secretary ; Choir ; 
Women's Intramural Sports 
Manager; Top Ten High Point 
Women; Debate Team: MISS 
SOUTHERN ACCENT Pageant; 
'"Brigadoon," Stage Manager. 
Who's Who in .-American Col- 
leges and Universities. 

RA^YFORD BOLES TAYLOR 
Piedmont History 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary; 
College Theater, French Club; 
Westminster Fellowship ; "The 
Ponder Heart," "The Cherry 
Orchard," "The Chalk Garden." 

55 



SARA ANNE STATOM 
Anniston English 

Pi Beta Phi 
Pi Beta Phi. Scholarship Chair- 
man. Rush Chairman, President. 
Pledge Trainer: Mortar Board; 
Historian; KDE: .\mazons, Vice- 
President: Triangle Club; Phi 
Sigma lota; Water Ballet: In- 
tramurals: Panhellenic Council, 
Treasurer: MSM; College The- 
ater: Religious Council: Alpha 
Tau Omega Sweetheart; YWC.\. 



1959 




MARVIN TORME 
Birminghain Bus, Adm, 

Toreadors. 



MERVIN BERNARD TORME 
Birmingham Bus. Adtn. 



MARTHA ANN WAIT 
Birmingham Music Ed. 

Zeta Tau Alpha 
Zeta Tau Alpha, Historian, 
Treasurer; Choir; MSM. 



JOHN THOMPSON 
Decatur Greek 

Alpha Tau Omega 
Eta Sigma Phi; Triangle Club; 
MSM; Ministerial Association; 
Varsity Basketball, Intramurals. 



MAJOR CURT THOMPSON 
Birmingham. Chemistry 

Theta Chi Delta; American 
Chemical Society. 



HERBERT P. WALKER 

Huntsville Biology 

Sigma Chi 
Transfer from Vanderbilt Uni- 
versity. 



MARY LOU WALKER 
Birmingham Element. Ed. 

Pi Beta Phi 



MARK LIN WAGNER 
Birmingham Biology 

Kappa Nu 



SENIORS 



WENDY KAY WALKER 

Birmingham Secretarial Sci. 

Alpha Omicron Pi 
Eta Sigma Phi; Phi Chi Theta, 
Secretary ; Physical Education 
Qub; MISS SOUTHERN AC- 
CENT Contest. 



GERALD LEON WALLACE 
Birmingham Biology 

Theta Chi Delta. 



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SADIE WEAVER MURRAY 
Birmingham Piano 



RIEDEL WEST 
Graysville Business Adm. 

Phi Chi Theta, Vice-President; 
Water Ballet. 




MYRON RICHARD WILSON 
Birmingham , Business Adm. 

Toreadors; Eta Sigma Phi. 



FRANCES B. WHITE 
Birmingham Elementary Ed. 

Alpha Gamma Delta 



JUDITH ANN WILLIAMS 
Birmingham English 

Eta Sigma Phi, Independent 
Women. 





ROBERT W. WINGARD 
Montgomery English 

Alpha, Tau Omega 
Alpha Tau Omega, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Sigma 
Phi; ODK; Ministerial Associa- 
tion, President; Instramurals; 
Honor Council ; MSM ; Ejtecutive 
Council, Lower Division Repre- 
sentive. Who's Who in Ameri- 
can Colleges and Universities. 

ELLIOTT WRIGHT 
Birmingham History 

Alpha Tau Omega 
Alpha Psii Omega; Eta Sigma 
Phi, Treasurer; MSM; Minis- 
terial Association ; College The- 
atre, Business Manager; Galal- 
ians; HILLTOP NEWS, Man- 
aging Editor; STUDENT 
HANDBOOK, Editor; STU- 
DENT LITERARY MAGAZINE, 
Editor. Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities. 



H. LANEY YELVERTON 
Birmingham Physical Ed. 

Kappa Alpha 
Kappa Alpha, Vice-President ; 
Varsity Basketball; Intramurals. 



FREDERICK J. ZYLMAN 
Birmingham Philosophy 

Alpha Tau Omega 



VIRGINIA ELAINE WILSON 

Birmingham Bus. Adm. 

and Psychology 

Kappa Delta 
Kappa Delta, Treasurer; Phi Chi 
Theta, Secretary, Treasurer; Am- 
azons; SOUTHERN ACCENT 
Favorite. 



1959 



57 



THE JUNIORS 




5S 



GEORGE ALLEX 
Lipscomb 

JOHN ANDREWS 
Montgomery 

BILLY BOHANNON 
Birmingham 



FRANCES BONDS, KD 
Docena 

JOYCE BOSTICK, ZTA 
Red Bay 

EARLE BOWEN, SAE 
Birmingham 



SAM BREWER, PiKA 
Childersburg 

JOHN BRISCOE 
Haleyville 

KAY BROCK, AOPi 
Birmingham 




CLASS OF '60 




BILL BRYAN, KA 
Birmingham 

BARBARA BUCKNER 
Birmingham 

BILLIE BURNETT, AXO 
Tarrant 



MARGARET BUSSY, ZTA 
Monroeville 

LEIGH CAFFEE 
Orlando, Florida 

JOHN CAMPBELL 
Birmingham 



CHARLOTTE CANNON, AOPi 
Birmingham 

JIM CASH, ATO 
Birmingham 

CHARLES CAUTHEN 
Birmingham 



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MARY LEE CAUTHEN, AXO 
Andalusia 

NANCY CHESTER, AOPi 
Camp Hill 

JUDY CLEM, PiBPhi 
Birmingham 



MIKE CRAM, DSP 
Montgomery 

DON CUTCLIFF, PiKA 
Birmingham 

MARILYN DOUGLAS, AOPi 
Birmingham 



BOB DRENNEN, ATO 
Birmingham 

BARBARA GIBBS 
Birmingham 



JANE GOAD 
Birmingham 



tP U i^ X \J MX x^ J_ji jf\ ik5, 



JOHN COGGIN, SAE 
Birmingham 

GAYLE CORLEY, ZTA 
Alexander City 

JOYCE COURINGTON 

Jasper 



PAUL CROW 
Birmingham 

MARTHA ANN CULLOM, KD 
Birmingham 

FRED DEATON, TX 
Birmingham 



RICHARD DEES 
Grand Bay 

GEORGE DOSS 
Birmingham 

GORDON DOSS, TX 
Gardendale 




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CHARLES ELLIS, SAE 
Birmingham 

HERMAN ENSOR 
Jasper 

CAROLYN FERRELL, PiBPhi 
Roanoke 



ALAN FIKES, PiKA 
Birmingham 

WILLIAM FLETCHER 
Robertsdale 

BOBBIE FOSTER, KD 
Bessemer 



CHARLES FOWLER, LXA 
Birmingham 

AL GAULDEN 
Birmiingham 

GEORGE GANTOUS. LXA 
Birmingham 



CLASS OF '60 





RICHARD GERHARDT 
Homewood 

EDWARD GANUS, DSP 
Gardendale 

HENRY GOLSON, ATO 
Prattville 



JOHN GORRIE, PiKA 
Birmingham 

SIDNEY GRAY, LXA 

Verbena 

BOB GUNN, ATO 
Alexander City 



DENNIS HALE 
Lipscomb 

GERALD HAMBY, TX 
Fayette 

JANE HAMEL 
Fairfield 



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DIANA HARRISON, PiBPhi 
Lanett 

JANICE HARRISON 
Hartford 

DON HICKS, SAE 
Birmingham 



ELVIN HILYER, ATO 
Opelika 

CHARLES HOSIER 
Birmingham 

BARBARA HOBBS, AOPi 

Mobile 



JANE HUEY 
Jamestown 

SARAH HOFHAM, AOPi 
Birmingham 

EARL JONES, SAE 
Birmingham 



UNIOR CLA 



SHIRLEY KIRK 
Birmingham 

DAN KITCHENS, ATO 
Roanoke 

MELVIN KYNARD, SAE 
Uniontown 



CHARLES LAMBERT, TX 
Athens 

ARTHUR LOVETT, KA 
Birmingham 

DELORES LEONARD 
Trofford 



JO ANN LEWIS 
Montgomery- 

THOMAS LONG, LXA 
Birmingham 

KAY LOWE, ZTA 
Calesburg, Illinois 




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BOB McCOMBS 
Birmingham 

SHERRY McCURRY, ZTA 
Birmingham 

MICHAEL MeKENNA, LXA 
Birmingham 



HUGH McLaughlin 

Birmingham 

CAROL MANASCO, ZTA 
Haleyville 

JOHNNY MANN. ChiPsi 
Alexander City 



GERALD MARTIN 
Bessemer 

PAT MARTIN, TU 
Birmingham 

DON MELOF, LXA 
Birmingham 




LASS OF '6 




JEANNE MERRILL, AXO 
Birmingham 

FRANK MILLENDER, TX 
Jackson, Mississippi 

JACK MITTENDORFF 
Birmingham 



MARILYN MULLINS, PiBPhi 
Birmingham 

ELAINE MYERS, PiBPhi 
Birmingham 

JERRY NARRAMORE, KA 
Birmingham 



BARBARA OGLESBY, AOPi 
Birmingham 

JIM PATTERSON, TX 
Birmingham 

JACK PHILLIPS, SAE 
Scottsboro 



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GATHER PHILLIPS 
Dora 

CARL PILGRIM, PiKA 
Mobile 

CHARLES PONDER, SAE 
Birmingham 



PEGGY POWELL, KD 
Birmingham 

MARY NORMA POWERS, AOPi 
Moundville 

BEN PRICE, SAE 
Birmingham 



MRS. GENEVA PRICE 

Gorgas 

BILLY PUGH 
Birmingham 

PHILLIS PUGH, AXO 
Bessemer 



JUKIOR CLASS 



ETHEL PURCELL, ZTA 
Trussville 

JOE RAINES 
Haleyville 

WILLIAM RANDOLPH, SAE 
Franklin, Tennessee 



TOM REEVES, PiKA 
Nashville, Tennessee 

TOM ROBINSON, LXA 



MARVIN ROCHELLE 
Guthrie, Ky. 



DAN ROGERS, PiKA 
Birmingham 

DOT SANDEFER, TU 
Birmingham 

JIM SATTERFIELD, TX 
Birmingham 




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BETTY SCRUGGS, PiBPhi 
Talladega 

BEVERLY SELF, TU 
Birmingham 

JESSIE SHELBURN, KD 
Birmingham 



SONJA SHEALY, ZTA 
Birmingham 

LINDEN SHORT 
New York, New York 

MAX SKIDMORE, ATO 
Decatur 



JACKIE SKINNER 
Birmingham 

JOHNNY SIMONTON 
Hueytown 

DAN SMITH 
Homewood 





CLASS OF '60 



GEORGE SMITH, KA 
Birmingham 

MARILYN SMITH, PiBPhi 
Nashville, Tennessee 

CHRIS STEVENSON, SAE 
Nashville, Tennessee 



JIM STOOKE, SAE 
Nashville, Tennessee 

MARTHA STOREY, AOPi 
Ethelsville 

BARNES TATUM, SAE 
Mobile 



JERRY TATUM, PiBPhi 
Decatur 

CAROLYN TERHUNE 
Birmingham 

INEZ THOMAS 
Athens 



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JACKIE TURNER, AXO 
Birmingham 

ROSALIND VAN LANDINGHAM 
Atlanta, Georgia 

PAULINE VIRCIGLIO, TU 
Birmingham 



JAMES WAGGONER, KA 

Ensley 

HOMER WALTON 
Cohimbiana 



JACK WEBB, TX 
Birmingham 



NANCY WEIR 
Birmingham 

MORRIS WHITE 
Athens 

JERRY SUE WILLIAMS, AOPi 
Albertville 



JUNIOR CLAS 




JAMES WILLIAMSON 
Birmingham 

WILUAM WILSON, DSP 
Birmingham 

DORIS WISEMAN, KD 
Florence 



GERALD WITTENSTEIN, TX 
Bessemer 

JOHN WOODHAM, TX 
Geneva 

MARTHA YARBROUGH, TU 
Montgomery 




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THE SOPHOMORE CLASS 




The Triangle Club is an honorary organization for our camp for new students, orientation, and serve to ac- 

members of the Sophomore Class who are chosen for quaint new and prospective students with the college, 

their service and leadership. They play an active part in 

OFFICERS 

CLARK BODDY President 

DAVID HEARN Vice-President 

MARLENE SMYTH Secretary 

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SOPHOMORES 



THOMAS ALDRIDGE 
Birmingham 

JENEAN ALLAN 
Birmingham 

ZAN ALLEY, PiBPhi 
Birmingham 

FLETCHER ANDERSON, PKA 
Birmingham 



CAROL ANTHONY, AOPi 
Birmingham 

JOHN BAILEY, PiKA 
Birmingham 

LINDA BALLARD 
Huntsville 

JANE DUFFEY 
Birmingham 



LARRY BARKSDALE, ATO 
Dothan 

ANNE BATES, KD 
Birmingham 

CHARLES BENSON 
Pratt City 

RUTH BERRY 

Gorgas 



CLARK BODDY, SAE 
Mobile 

CHARLES BOSTICK 
Red Bay 

RONALD BOYER, SAE 
Birmingham 

GEORGE BRADFORD, KA 
Birmingham 



MONTE BRAKEFIELD, KA 
Birmingham 

DIANE BRANSCOMB, KD 
Birmingham 

HELEN BRASWELL, PiBPhi 
Demopolis 

JAMES BROOMALL, JR. 
Bessemer 



MARY CATHERINE BUCE 
Marianna, Fla. 

ELIZABETH BUCHI 
Birmingham 

ROY BURNETT 

Tarrant 

BETTYE SUE CARTER, KD 
Birmingham 



CLASS OF '61 



NANCY GATHER 
Birmingham 

CAROL CARTLEDCE, PiBPhi 
Birmingham 

JAMES CHAMPION 
Adamsville 

LEISER CHANDLER, PiBPhi 
Selma 



MARY CHASTAIN, ZTA 
Birmingham 

DAVID CISCO, ATO 
Birmingham 

LARRY ANN CLOPTON 
Birmingham 

DEANE COPELAND, PhiMU 



MARTHANNE COLVERT, AXO 
Bessemer 

WILLIAM COPELAND 
Birmingham 

LORENZA COSTA 
Italy 

RONNIE COUNTRYMAN 
Birmingham 



KAY CUNNINGHAM, AOPi 
Piedmont 

MARY FRANCES CUNNINGHAM, TU 
Birmingham 

JOYCE DALY 
Mobile 

ELLEN DAVENPORT, AOPi 
Birmingham 



LARRY DEEMER, PiKA 
Birmingham 

GWEN DILLARD, PiBPhi 
Decatur 

MASON DONOVAN, SAE 
Birmingham 

JUDITH DOUTHIT, PiBPhi 
Belle Mina 



BECKY DUFFEY 
Brownsville, Tenn. 

JOHN DUNCAN 
Birmingham 

FLOYD DYAR, LXA 
Ft. Payne 

DIANNE ENGLISH, KD 
Mobile 





SOPHOMORES 



SANDY FAULK, PiBPhi 
Oneonta 

FREDERICK FISH 

Opelika 

GILBERTO FUEINTES 
Cuba 

DORMAN FULTON 

Bessemer 



JON GAINES, LXA 
Boaz 

VAN GAMBLE, ATO 
Birmingham 

JUDY GEER 
Mobile 



JACKIE GILL 
Birmingham 



CLARKE GILLESPY, SAE 
Birmingham 

MORTON GOLDFARB 
Mt. Brook 

RANDY GRAY, ATO 
Birmingham 

PAT GREEN, KD 
Birmingham 



DAN GUIN, ATO 

Birmingham 

MARY HAMRICK, KD 
Birmingham 

ANNA MARIE HANCOCK 
Cullman 

GLADYS HARVELL 
Fairfield 



HOWARD HA WORTH, SN 
Birmingham 

DAVID HEAD, PiKA 

Tarrant 

MARTHA ANN HEAD, KD 
Elkmont 

KAY HENCKELL 
Birmingham 



DOUG HENDERSON, ATO 
Birmingham 

WILLIAM HENDRICKS 
Tarrant 

DAVID HEARN, SAE 
Birmingham 

JAMES HERREN, TX 

Tallassee 



CLASS OF '61 



ANIVETTE HILL, AXO 
Gadsden 

GAY HINDS, ZTA 

Arab 

PAT HOGAN, PiBPhi 
Birmjn^^hain 

MARGARET HOUSE 
Munford 



SHEILA HUDDLESTON, AOPi 

Graysville 

BOBBY HUEEN 
Birmingham 

JIMMY JOHNSON, SAE 
Birmingham 

SARA MAC JOHNSON, KD 
Athens 



CAROLE JOHNSTON, PiBPhi 
Nashville, Tennessee 

JUNE JOHNSTON 
Cullman 

JOYCE JOINER, TU 
Tarrant 

NEIL JONES 
Gardendale 



PAT KING 
Birminghant 

WARREN KINNEY, SAE 
Birmingham 

ED KIRK, TX 
Dothan 

JOHN KITCHENS 
Decatur 



WILLIAM KOCH 
Demopolis 

JANE KYLE 
Mobile 

NELSON LACY, ATO 
Birmingham 

BRITT LEACH 
Gadsden 



BARBARA LEE, AOPi 
Bessemer 

SALLY LEWIS, AOPi 
Birmingham 

ANDY LIPSCOMB 
Pensacola, Florida 

BETTY LUCKY 
Birmingham 





SOPHOMORES 



HARVEY LUX 

Birmingham 

DUCK SOON LYOU 
Korea 

JOE McCain, ato 

Birmingham 

JUDY McCONNELL, ZTA 
Birmingham 



ELISE McWILLIAMS, ZTA 
Lakeview, North Carolina 

MRS. HELEN MARRY 
Birmingham 

PHILIP MANN, PiKA 
Mobile 

A. V. MARLOW, ATO 
Birmingham 



MARIAN MARTIN, AOPi 

Mobile 

BRYAN MAY, TX 

Sawyerville 

BILL MORGAN, SAE 
Birmingham 

CONSTANTINE MORROS, LXA 
Birmingham 



CHARLES MULLINS, PiKA 
Birmingham 

CAROL NORTON, KD 
Birmingham 

JOHN PATTERSON 
Birmingham 

STEVE PATTISON, SAE 
Mobile 



LOUIS PAYNE, SAE 
Jasper 

JERRY PHILLIPS, SAE 
Birmingham 

BARBER POTTS 
Lafayette 

BUTCH POWELL, SAE 
Birmingham 



JIM PULLEY, ATO 
Birmingham 

JOHNNY PUTMAN, ATO 
Birmingham 

JIMMY RAWLS, SAE 
Birmingham 

JOHN RAY, TX 
Jasper 



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CLASS OF '61 



GRADY RICHARDSON, ATO 
Birmingrham 

TERESA RINALDI, AOPi 
Birmingham 

HELEN ROBERTS, AOPi 
Mobile 

WILLIAM ROBERTS 
Talladega 



THATCHER ROBERTSON, TX 
Birmingham 

ANDY ROWELL, ATO 
Birmingham 

ALEJANDRO RUBIO 
Mataneas, Cuba 

MORRIS RUKAB 
Jordan 



HARGIS SAPP 
Birmingham 

LILLIAN SARRIS, KD 
Birmingham 

SWINSON SCHIPMAN, TX 
Pensacola, Florida 

JOSEPH SCOTT, LXA 
Birmingham 



CELIA SELF, KD 
Mobile 

BUDDY SEYMOUR 
Bessemer 

JOHN SLAUGHTER, TX 

Citronelle 

GUYNELLE SMITH, AXO 
Talladega 



JIM SMITH, ATO 
Birmingham 

THOMAS SMITH 
Bessemer 

MARLENE SMYTH 
Opelika 

BOBBIE SNOW 
Birmingham 



FELIPE SOTONGO 
Matanzas 

BEVERLY SOUTHALL 
Birmingham 

MARSHALL SPANN, PiKA 
Winfield 

JERRY STEELMAN, KA 
Birmingham 




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SOPHOMORES 



KATE STEMBRIDGE 
Birmingham 

TOM STEWART, ATO 
Birmingham 

CHARLES STORRS, ATO 
Wetumpka 

WAIVDA STROUD, KD 
Demopolis 



MIKE SZABO, LXA 
Birmingham 

RICHARD TAYLOR 
Birminghani 

GLENDA TEAL, PiBPhi 
Birmingham 

CHARLOTTE THOMASON, ZTA 
Anniston 



CARL TRAMELL 
Bessemer 

BOBBY WILLIAMS 
Birmingham 

EDWARD WILLIAMS 
Birmingham 



DON WILLIAMS, LXA 
Birmingham 



MARY JANE WILLIAMS, AXO 

Seale 

TOMMIE JANE WOLFE, AOPi 
Pelham, New York 

LEE VAN BUREN, ATO 
Birmingham 

MYRA JOY VINES 
Birmingham 



CORRINNE ZYLMAN, TU 
Birmingham 



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THE FRESHMAN CLASS 




THE FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 

GEORGE THOMASON President 

JERRY HOLLIS Vice-President 

BETTY LUTTRELL Secretary 

HENRY K. STANFORD, JR Treasurer 



JERRY ABBETT, ATO 
Alexander City 

JOHN ANDREWS, SAE 
Bimiinghani 

TURPIN ASHURST, TX 
Montgomery 




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FRESHMAN 



BONIVIE AYERS, APOi 
Birmingham 

WILLIAM BASIL 
Havana 

JAMES BAILEY, SAE 
Leeds 



LLOYD BALDWIN 
Birmingham 



DICK BALDWIN, ATO 
Birmingham 

NELSON BARBER 
Birmingham 

JOHN BARNETT, SAE 
Red Oak, Georgia 



WALTER BARNETT 
Lipscomb 



JACK BARR 
Birmingham 

CALLIE BETANCOURT, KD 
Mobile 



ANNE BEVILL 
Jasper 



MARTHA BIERWILER 
Greensboro, N. C. 



JOHN BLANCHARD 
Mobile 

CHARLES BOONE, DSP 
Birmingham 

PATTON BRADFORD, SAE 
Birnlingham 



LOIS BRADLEY, TV 
Birmingham 



JAMES BRASHER 
Birmingham 

MARY BRASWELL, TU 
Birmingham 

MYRA JEAN BROCK, ZTA 
Birmingham 



BETTYE BROWN 
Birmingham 



RONNIE BROWN 
Lipscomb 

JO BROYLES 
Huntsville 

GINNY BUCHANAN, AOPi 
Huntsville 



RALPH BURNETT 
Birmingham 









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CLASS OF '62 




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LEE BUTLER, ZTA 
Piedmont 



JUDY CAMP 
Mobile 

GAYLE GARTNER 

Winston-Salem, IV. G. 

JAMES GALDWELL 
Birmingham 



BARBARA CAUFIELD 

Gardendale 



MARTHA GHAFIN, ZTA 
Birmingham 

BETTY GHAPMAN, PiBPhi 
Tuscumbia 

ARTHUR CHAPPLE 
Birmingham 



SANDRA GHARACTER, ZTA 

Gadsden 



LINDA CLARK 
Birmingham 

GAYLE CLARK 

Panama Gity, Florida 

JACKIE CLEERE, TU 
Fairfield 



JACKIE COLLINS, AOPi 
Birmingham 

NANCY CONNER, AXO 

Mentone 

MARY. L. GORBITT, AXO 

Opp 

RONNIE COUNCIL 

Birmingham 



JUNE COX, ZTA 
Birmingham 



GERALD CRANE 
Birmingham 

JAMES CROTWELL, KA 
Bessemer 

JOHN GULVERHOUSE 
Birmingham 



SANDRA CUSTRED, ZTA 

Vincennes, Indiana 



HENRY DANIELS, TX 

Crestview, Florida 

ELIZABETH DAVIS 
Birmingham 

ROBERT DAVIS,SAE 

Sulligent 





FRESHMAN 



JOSEPH DEAN 
Dothan 

MIMI DeARMAN, ZTA 
Birmingham 

DORIS DICKINSON 
Brilliant 



FLOYD DILLEY 

Marlington, W. Virginia 



CARL DIMICK 
Birmingham 

JAMES DOBBS 
Fultondale 

GEORGE DUNBAR, ATO 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 



DAVID EGGE, TX 
Pensacola, Florida 



PAT ELLISOR, KD 
Selma 

PAT ENGEE 

Montrose 

SHARRON ELGLAND 
Cantonment, Florida 



WILLIAM FLECK 
Bessemer 



CYNTHIA FORD, AOPi 

LaFayette 

GWEN FORD 
Demopolis 

JOAN FORD 
Panama City, Florida 



EVA FOSTER 
Huntsville 



JOHN FOUST, TX 
Birmingham 

MARCIA FOWLER 
Bristol, N. Hampshire 

PAT FOWLER 

Greensboro 



CARL FULLER 
B ir min gh am 



JEAN GALLOWAY, KD 
Mobile 

HANK GARY, ATO 
Roanoke 

JAMES GAULDIN, LXA 
Birmingham 



EDDIE GEORGE, TX 
Vincennes, Indiana 





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V 







CLASS OF '62 






JANE GERHARDT, KD 
Birmingham 



VIRGINIA GILLESPIE 
Birmingham 

CHRIS GILMORE, SAE 
Pensacola, Florida 

JAN GOBER, PiBPhi 
Panama City, Florida 



JANET GOLDFARB 
Birmingham 



ROBERT GUTHRIE 
Birmingham 

EDWARD HAIGLER, SAE 
Birmingham 

GUY HALBROOKS, ATO 
Birmingham 



SUSAN HAMMAN 
Panama City, Florida 



VIRGINIA ANN HARBIN 
Anniston 

NANCY HARDENBURG 
Birmingham 

ED HARDIN, SAE 
Montgomery 



ROBERT HAWK 
Birmingham 



CHARLES HAYES 
Birmingham 

ROGER HEAD, ATO 
Birmingham 

LEE HEADLEY, KD 
Gadsden 



PEGGY HEARN, XTA 

Atlanta, Georgia 



RENEE HERNANDEZ, TU 
Birmingham 

BILL HICKS, ATO 
Fairfield 

GIBSON HIGGINS, TX 
Birmingham 



LARRY HINDS 
Carbon Hill 

JO ANN HODGES 
Birmingham 

HARRIET HOLBROOK, TZA 
Gadsden 

MARY W. HOLLINGSWORTH, KD 
Birmingham 




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FRESHMAN 



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GERRY HOLLIS, ATO 
Troy 

JUDY HOOPER 
Birmingham 

SYLVIA HOUGL 
Decatur 



JAN HOWELL 
Piedmont 



DOUG HURST 

Gadsden 

JANICE HYDE, KD 
Birmingham 

LaNELL JOHNSON, AOPi 

Fayette 



PAT JOHNSON 
Huntsville 



CHARLES JONES 
Birmingham 

CLARENCE JONES 
Birmingham 

TOMMY JONES 
Bessemer 



HENRY JORDAN, TX 
Fairhope 



CECIL KING, ATO 
Birmingham 

LOUISE KIRBY, KD 
OpeUka 

ROBERT KONTZEN, ATO 
Birmingham 



JOAN KRAUSE, AXO 
Birmingham 



JUDY KULBERG 
Decatur 

SHERRILL LAMPPIN, PiBPhi 
Mobile 

TEDDIE LANKFORD, ATO 
Birmingham 



DORIS LATTA 
Birmingham 



LINDA LEATH 
Gaylesville 

KERRY LIKIS 
Birmingham 

JEANETTE LOLLAR 
Tarrant 







ANN LOVE, PiBPhi 
Pensacola, Florida 




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CLASS OF '62 




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RONALD lOVIN 
Birmingham 



FRANK LOWREY, SAE 
Cenlreville 

BETTY LUTTRELL, PiBPhi 
Atmore 

LUCY McCOMBS 
Birmingham 



SHIRLEY McCRARY, ZTA 
Birmingham 



RUTH McCURDY 
King's Mountain, N. C. 

JAMES McDANIEL, PiKA 
Birmingham 

JEANNINE McGAHEE 
Mulga 



SAM McMASTER, PiKA 
Birmingham 



SAMM:Y MANN, SAE 
Eufaula 

MARY SUE MAPLES 
Birmingham 

JANE MARIM 
Rockford, niinois 



JACK MARINO 
Birmingham 



CHAMP MEYERCORD, SAE 
Mobile 

GEORGE MILLER 
Lipscomb 

JOHN MILLIKUN, TX 
Birmingham 



JEANETTE MILLS 
Birmingham 



MARY JANE MILLS, AOPi 
Birmingham 

BASAN MOHASESIN 
Iran 

JULIA ANN MOORE, TU 
Tarrant 



JOSE MORALES 
Bessemer 



THOMAS MORGAN, PiKA 
Piedmont 

MASON MORRIS 
Pensacola, Florida 

DARWOOD MORRIS 
Birmingham 




SI 




FRESHMAN 



ALLAN MOSEXEY 
Birmingham 

SANDRA MOSLEY 
Birmingham 

LINDA MOTLEY, KD 
Birmingham 



HAZEL MOUCHET 
Bowensville, Georgia 



BARBARA NAPPS 
Decatur 

GAIL NIX 
Birmingham 

LIBBY PADGETT, AXO 
Lebanon, Tennessee 



FELIX PARRAVICINI 

Cuba 



NANETTE PARRISH 
Bessemer 

EUGENIA PATE 
Birmingham 

BILL PATTON, ATO 
Irondale 



JOHN PERKINS 
Birmingham 



DONALD PETERSON 

Childersburg 

WAYNE PLASSE, LXA 
Birmingham 

JOHN PORTER 
Jackson 



JOHN POWERS, PiKA 
Leeds 



ED PUTNAM, ATO 
Birmingham 

CAROLYN ORR 
Birmingham 

NORMAN RAMSEY, KA 
Birmingham 



CARL REID 
Birmingham 



PAT REYNOLDS, AOPi 
Fairhope 

ANN RIVENBARK 
Birmingham 

WILLIAM RIVES 
Birmingham 










CHARLES ROBINSON 
Birmingham 




CLASS OF '62 





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LOLA ROEHM 
Pensacola, Florida 



JERRY ROSE 
Birmingham 

DONALD ROSS, TX 
Marianna, Florida 

DANIEL ROSSER, LXA 
Bessemer 



MOSSES ROTBART 
Cuba 



CHARLOTTE RUNYANS, ZTA 
Gadsden 

LETA RUSH, PiBPhi 
Boaz 

MARY RUSSELL 
Hueytown 



JOHN SAKELLARIDES 
Birmingham 



HOWARD SARASOHN 
Birmingham 

SANDRA SALEMI 
Bessemer 

MONTY SCHULTZ, KD 
Birmingham 



DON SIMMONS, PiKA 
Mobile 



FERRELL SINGLETON, SAE 
Birmingham 

MARGARET SKILLING, AXO 
Birmingham 

SYLVIA SKIPPER, KD 
Talladega 



ANDY SMITH, 
Birmingham 



ATO 

HOWARD SMITH, ATO 
Birmingham 

NORRIS SMITH, TX 
Phenix City 

MARY SMITH, ZTA 
Birmingham 



ROBERT SMITH 
Birmingham 



TERRY SMITH, ZTA 
Birmingham 

THOMAS SMITH, TX 
Lineville 

MARTIN SPITZER, LXA 
Birmingham 





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S3 




FRESHMAN 



ROBERT STAPP, TX 

Aliceville 

ESTON STEAD, SAE 
Birmingham 

RICHARD STERN 
Birmingham 



KENNETH STREET 
Birmingham 



JOHN SULLIVAN 
Birmingham 

MARY ANN TAMBURELLO 
Birmingham 

GORDON TATUM, PiKA 
Mobile 



THOMAS TAYLOR, TX 
Quaker Hill, Conn. 



CATHIE THOMAS, PiBPhi 
Birmingham 

GEORGE THOMAS 
Birmingham 

GEORGE THOMASON, ATO 
Talladega 



RAYMOND THORNBURG 
Birmingham 



MARY KATE TINKLEPAUGH, TU 
Birmingham 

SANDRA TRAWICK 
Birmingham 

JUDY TREADWELL 
Padeville 

HOWARD TURMAN, LXA 
Birmingham 



RAY VAUGHAN, ATO 
Decatur 

JOHN VICKERY 
Birmingham 

JULIA VINSON, KD 
Birmingham 

GARY WALLACE, ATO 
Birmingham 



ELIAS WATSON, SAE 
Birmingham 

NANCY WATWOOD 
Childersburg 

PAT WESSON 
Birmingham 

JEANNE WILKERSON 
Birmingham 




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CLASS OF '62 



MARY LOIS WILKERSON, AOPi 
Birniingham 

LINDA WILLIAMS 
Birmingham 

HAROLD WILLIAMSON 
Birmingham 

CARL WILSON, LXA 
Birmingham 



JULIA WILSON, AOPi 
Birmingham 

GINGER WILSON, PiBPhi 
Mobile 

CHARLOTTE WOODARD, PiBPhi 
Nashville, Tennessee 

BETTY WOODWARD 

Tuscaloosa 



GEORGE YARCHAK, LXA 
Birmingham 



JANE ZOBEL, TU 
Pensacola, Florida 





So 



REVEALING A FANTASYLAND 






OF BEAUTIFUL GIRLS . . . 




In 1868 Julia Tutwiler asked for the ad- 
mission of women and was refused. Finally 
and reluctantly old Southern admitted women 
and awarded a degree of A.B. to Margaret 
Pickett, Miss Tutwiler's niece in 1897. 

Since women first gained entrance to old 
Southern University they have proven their 
versatility and charm in almost every field. 
Some of these girls, before they leave the 
campus scene, enter the fantasyland of fra- 
ternity sweethearts. Hilltop Neivs favorites. 
May courts and May queens. Southern Accent 
beauties and favorites, and a few have been 
chosen our queen — Miss Southern Accent. 




87 




Miss Joyce Bostick and Miss Nancy Chester entertain with a piano duet. 



THE BEAUTY PAGEANT FEATURES A FRENCH THEME 




Master of Ceremonies — 
TOM HEARN 



Atmosphere from Bill Nappi's band 
adds enchantment to the Beauty 
Ball. 



This year, under the leadership of Pageant 
Directors Connie Boze and Bob Lester, and 
the help of a staff of forty students, the 
Beauty Pageant was presented by the 1959 
Yearbook. The Pageant, in its second year of 
existence, featured the fifteen finalists with a 
beautiful French theme and announced the 
yearbook queen — Miss Southern Accent. 

The girls who were in the upper division 
were eligible for tlie title and from these, the 
judges. Miss Lily Mae Caldwell, Miss Elberta 
Gibbs, and Mr. Bill Ozier chose our Queen. 
She was crowned by the 1958 Miss Southern 
Accent, Miss Barbara Neely, and honored at 
a ball following the Pageant. 




"Without a Song" is crooned by Dale Morrison. 




/^(m y^fmE^mTvccm 




Margie 
Mills 

Sponsored by 
Mortar Board 



This year one of the highest honors which 
Southern can offer to a girl — the title of 
Miss Southern Accent — was awarded to a 
beautiful, blue-eyed brunette — Miss Margie 
Mills. 

Margie is a senior, majoring in Religion 
and Philosophy, and is treasurer of Kappa 
Delta Epsilon educational sorority, vice-presi- 
dent of the Methodist Student Movement, and 
president of Mortar Board, the women's hon- 
orary leadership-service organization. 

Her soft graciousness, quiet reserve, and 
vivacious beauty have won for Margie the 
title of the most beautiful — Miss Southern 
Accent. 






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Carol 
Manasco 

Sponsored by 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 





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Patricia 

Ellisor 

Sponsored by 
Kappa Delta 



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Elise McWilliams 
Sponsored by College Choir 





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Jerry 

Williams 

Sponsored by 

Physical Education Club 




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Leiser 
Chandler 

Sponsored by 
Triangle Club 







FAVORITES 



Sondra Anderson 
Earleen Cecil 
Barbara Evans 









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SOUTHERN 



Carolyn Suttle 
Judy McConnell 
Teresa Rinaldi 




FAVORITES 



Delores Hodgens 
Virginia Wilson 
Anne McDonough 






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HILLTOP NEWS 







Ellen Davenport 



Judy Camp 





Terry Smith 



Elaine Meyers 



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FEATURE GIRLS 








Jean Merrell 



Charlotte Runyans 









Mickey Stracener 




Kay Brock 



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For the third consecutive year a 
Southern co-ed has won the title of 
Miss Alabama. Reigning this past 
year as Miss Alabama, was beau- 
tiful Lee Thomberry, our 1958 
May Queen. 

Southern is especially proud of 
Lee, because her beauty and talent, 
not only won for her the Miss Ala- 
bama title, but also enabled her to 
be chosen one of the finalists in the 
Miss America Pageant. 



Lee is crowned May Queen at Southern by Lucretia Giattina, the May Queen 
of 1957. Attending is a former Southern co-ed, Anna Stange — Miss Alabama 
of 1957. 

With autograph hound in hand, she says goodby to friends as she leaves for 
the Miss America Pageant in Atlantic City. 




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ttHJCOUNI 




At the gala New York premiere of "The B''s 
Countrv'," Lee chats with producer-star Gregoi > 
Peck. 




. . LEE THORNBERR Y 



REVEALING A HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL 




YEAR FOR THE GREEKS . . . 




On October 28, 1859, just twenty-five days after 
the opening of Southern University, a number of stu- 
dents met for the purpose of organizing a literary 
society, the Belles Lettres. The next day another 
group organized the "Clariosophic Society of South- 
ern University", which later merged into Phi Kappa 
Sigma. These two groups competed with each other 
in exciting challenge debates. Although both of these 
societies now are mellow pages of the past, they pre- 
pared the way for the social fraternities and sorori- 
ties at Southern University. 

Greeks at Birmingham-Southern now have entered 
a prosperous era, which is budding with opportuni- 
ties for advancement in co-operation and understand- 
ing. Many of these greeks have philanthropic pro- 
jects in which they help some worthwhile organiza- 
tion, needy family, or children. Activities such as 
intramural sports, Catspaw, and Interfraternity Sing 
have helped build a spirit of friendly competition 
between these groups. This year has proved to have 
been a very successful advance in greek relations. 




105 




sfn^l7'j1^' ^"^V S'^l-u""^ \- 9"'!' ^- Arnold, D. Sandefer, D. Mueller, B. Strain, E. Cecil, C. Suttle, J. Turner, M. D. Edwards, L. 
atoKes, H. Barnes, B. Hobbs, S. J. Cardwell. 



PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 



The Panhellenic Council is composed of two repre- 
sentatives from each of the sororities on campus. They 
serve to promote friendly relations, formulate plans for 
organized rush, and supervise other policy matters relat- 
ing to sorority life. 

Rush is opened in the fall with a Panhellenic tea for 




The Panhellenic officers are — From Left to Right: Treasurer, Earlene Cecil; Secretary 
Ann Arnold; President, Sarah Jo Cardwell; and Vice-President, Jackie Turner. 



all new girls. The Council under the guidance of Mrs. 
Robert Cothran prepares information to be given to all 
girls going through rush. 

Throughout the year the council has an advisory board, 
a dance, a Junior Panhellenic Council, and a workshop 
for officer training which is held in the spring. 



ALPHA OMICRON PI 

Barbara Hobbs 
Linda Stokes 

ALPHA CHI OMEGA 

Dot Sandefer 
Jackie Turner 

KAPPA DELTA 

Harriet Barnes 
Earlene Cecil 

PI BETA PI 

Ann Arnold 
Judy Clem 

THETA UPSILON 

Sarah Jo Cardwell 
Dot Mueller 

ZETA TAU ALPHA 

Barbara Strain 
Carolyn Suttle 



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SORORITIES . . . 



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PSILON 




XI CHAPTER 






n. Brartle, M. Br.-!s«ell S. Carrt«ell S. t leere >I. < .iiiiii„Kl.aiii 

J. Joiner p. Martin I). Mnller D. San.lefer B. Self 

JV. Smith M. TinklepauKh V. \ irciBlio M. YarbrouKli J. /.obel R. Kylman 





In 1926, Xi chapter of Theta Upsi- 
lon received its charter and was in- 
stalled. This year we were proud to 
receive the City Panhellenic Award 
recognizing outstanding philanthropic 
service, primarily for our work in the 
Girl's Club of America. We are con- 
tinuing our activities in this organiza- 
tion, among others, this year. We are 
also contributing to our National Phi- 
lanthropies, the Navajo Assistance 
Agency and Berea Health Fund of Be- 
rea College in Kentucky. 

Theta U's are represented in many 
campus activities and honors such as 
Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Universities, Southern Accent staff, 
Hilltop News staff, water ballet Ama- 
zons, Debate team, and religious or- 
ganizations. Some have been called to 
leadership as President of Panhellenic 
council, Vice-President of KDE, Treas- 
urer of Newman Club, and Vice-Pres- 
ident of P.E. Club. 




Pal Martin tries the "Hula Hoop" 



Just a friendly game of cards i 



P. Viroiglio, J. Renshaw. D. Mueller, S. J. Cardwell, 
M. Yarbrough. 

OFFICERS 

Dorothy Mueller President 

DotWeems Vice-President 

Jan Renshaw Secretary 

Pauline Virciglio Treasurer 

Sarah Jo Cardwell . . . ' Cluiplain 




ALPHA CHI OMEGA 



ALPHA OMEGA CHAPTER 





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Connor 


M. Corbitt 


C. 


Hill 


M. Hunter 


J. Ivraiise 


J. 


Merrill 


L. Padsett 


P. 


PUKh 


G. Smith 


T. Smith 


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Skillins 


J. Turner 


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William 



Alpha Omega of Alpha Chi Omega 
was founded in 1926, and this year 
was one of our best. Our chapter was 
chosen by our Province President as 
"Carnation Chapter of the Month" 
during the month of September. This 
honor was based on punctuality in 
turning in reports and chapter activi- 
ties. 

The lyres of Alpha Chi were seen 
in Intramural Council, College Thea- 
ter, Amazons, Choir, Wesley Players, 
Water Ballet, Religious Organizations, 
and musical activities. 

Alpha Chi's philanthropic work in- 
cluded providing a basket to a needy 
family at Christmas and various 
money-making projects for contribu- 
tions to Cerebral palsy. 

The girls of A. Chi 0. also had a 
full social schedule this year which 
included an all-campus reception in 
honor of all sorority and fraternity 
pledges, songfest, coffees, and parties. 
The year was brought to a close by a 
weekend of fun on a houseparty. 




orncERs 

Jackie Turner Fr^sident 

Mary Lee Cauthen Vice-Pnisident 

Judy Smith Secretary 

Myra Dean Edwards Treasurer 



Decorating for a party 



Lvre girl students 






G. Smith, M. L. Cauthen, J. Turner, J. L. Smith, 
M. D. Edwards. 



109 






K. Brock M. Buchanan T^. Buchi C. Cannon 

W. Cunnineham E. Daveniiort M. Donelas B. Duffey 

S. Huddleston S. Hoflinm L. Johnson B.Lee 

A. McDonou^h M. Mills A. Motte B. Oglesby 

P. Reynolds H. Roberts I>. $tokes 

M. Wllkerson J. Wilson T. ^Volfe 

OFFICERS 

Linda Stokes President 

Celia Lumpkin Vice-President 

Carolyn Portis Secretary 

Kay Brock Corresponding Secretary 

Marion Stephens Treasurer 



C. Portis, C. Lumpkin, L. Stokes, M. Stephens, K. Brock. 



110 




ALPHA OMICRON PI 



TAU DELTA CHAPTER 




Tau Delta chapter of Alpha Omieron Pi was char- 
tered in 1925 from a local sorority called Tau Delta. 
This year was one of our chapter's best — with five new 
actives, fourteen pledges in the fall — and finishing with 
Alpha Omieron Pi outstanding in various phases of 
campus life. 

Our local philanthropic work centered around enter- 
tainment at the Crippled Children's Clinic, while Mr. 
Hilltopper, the annual show, brought in proceeds for 
AOPi national philanthropic project. 

Our social calendar listed such activities as an all- 



MEMBERS 



Sondra Anderson 
Charlotte Cannon 
Kay Cunningham 
Becky Duffey 
Sheila Huddleston 
Deanna Leontis 
Mary Jim Lyons 
Barbara Oglesby 
Helen Roberts 
Wendy Walker 



Carol Anthony 
Libby Buchi 
Cynthia Ford 
Mary Norma Powers 
Jerry Williams 



Actives 

Christine Barnes 
Nancy Chester 
Ellen Davenport 
Barbara Evans 
Sarah Hofman 
Sally Lewis 
Anne McDonough 
Carolyn Portis 
Linda Stokes 
Tommie Wolfe 

Pledges 

Bonnie Ayers 
Jackie Collins 
La NeUe Johnson 
Patty Reynolds 
Judy Wilson 



Kay Brock 
Judy Cook 
Marilyn Douglas 
Barbara Hobbs 
Barbara Lee 
Celia Lumpkin 
Marian Martin 
Teresa Rinaldi 
Martha Storey 



Ginny Buchanan 
Betty Fields 
Mary Jane Mills 
Mary Lois Wilkerson 



campus tea in honor of the pledges, the pledge spend-the- 
night party for actives, the Christmas party, and a Mother- 
Daughter tea. 

Last summer brought the Miss Alabama title to Willie 
Lee Thornberry and contest scholarships to other AOPi's. 

On campus AOPi's are seen in Mortar Board, Execu- 
tive Council, Eta Sigma Phi, KDE, College Theater, 
Theta Sigma Lambda, Water Ballet, P.E. Club, Phi Chi, 
Theta, Triangle Club, and on the Hilltop News staff. 
AOPi's can also be found in the beauty and favorite sec- 
tions of the Southern Accent. 




Director Cook gets the big show ready 



AOPi chorus scores at Mister Hilltopper show. 





M. Baldnin 
E. Cecil 
M. Gerhardt 
M. Hl^^ins 
I-,. Motley 
J. Shelburne 



H. Barnes 
M. Culloin 
P. Green 



M. Bates 
P. Ellisor 
M. Hainrick 



M. Hollinssworth J. Hj-de 
C. Norton P. Powell 



C. Retancourt 

D. English 
AV. Harper 
S. Johnson 
L. Sarris 



S. Skipiier 



A. Sonthard 



\V. Stroud 



J. Vinson 



F. Bonds 
B. Foster 
M. Head 
I^. lvirl)y 
F. Seliultz 

A'. A\'ilson 



B. Carten 

J. Galloway 
L. Headley 
P. Moore 

C. Self 

D. AViseman 





OFFICERS 

President EIarleen Cecil 

Vice-President Penny Moore 

Editor Merla Higgins 

Treasurer Virginia Wilson 

Assistant Treasurer Sarah Mac Johnson 

Membership Chairman Harriet Barnes 



S. M. Johnson. V. Wilson. P. Moore. E. Cecil. H. Barnes, M. Higgins. 




KAPPA DELT 



ALPHA UPSILON CHAPTER 




Alpha Upsilon Chapter of Kappa Delta, the youngest 
sorority at Southern, was founded in 1930. This year 
Kappa Delta has made headlines on 'Southern's campus. 
Their season began in high spirits because of a success- 
ful rush week which brought in fourteen new sisters. The 
entire chapter worked hard with philanthropic projects, 
scholastic aims, social events and campus activities. 

Our social events were numerous. The pledge class 
honored all sorority pledges with a traditional Hallo- 
ween party and the chapter enjoyed many banquets, par- 
ties, and coffees throughout the year. The Founders' Day 
Banquet and the annual steak fry were very successful. 

MEMBERS 



Marcia Baldwin 
Anne Bates 
Dianne Branscomb 
Earleen Cecil 
Dianne English 
Pat Green 
Walli Harper 
Merla Higgins 
Penny Moore 
Peggy PoweU 
Celia Self 
Wanda Stroud 
Doris Wiseman 



Callie Betancourt 
Jean Galloway 
Lee Headley 
Mary HoUingsworth 
Louise Kirby 
Monty S'chultz 
Margaret Tannahill 



Actives 



Harriet Barnes 
Frances Bonds 
Betty Sue Carter 
Martha Ann Cullom 
Bobbie Foster 
Mary Hamrick 
Martha Head 
Sara Johnson 
Carol iVorton 
Lillian Sarris 
Jessie Shelbume 
Virginia Wilson 



Pledges 



Pat EUisor 
Jane Gerhardt 
Merry Hicks 
Janice Hyde 
Linda Modey 
Sylvia Skipper 
Julia Vinson 



The K.D.'s actively participated in all campus organi- 
zations. We were represented in many honor societies 
such as Mortar Board, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Lambda 
Delta, Eta Sigma Phi, Triangle Club, and Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities. The Senior Sports 
Manager, two cheerleaders, Business Manager and As- 
sistant Editor of the Southern Accent, Stage Manager 
of the college theater, and one beauty and two favorites 
in the Southern Accent, were all wearers of the Kappa 
Delta Shield. 




KDs enjoy a laugh over Penny and "Pitiful Pearl." 
New initiates are all smiles at the banquet in their honor. 





Z. Alley 




A. Arnold 


G. Beall 


L. Chandler 




B. Chapman 


J. Clem 


S. Faulk 




C. Ferrell 


J. Gober 


J. Kilgore 




S. Lanippin 


A. Love 


L. Rush 




B. Scrugj^s 


M. Smith 


G. 


Teal 


C. Tho 


mason N. \%^eir 




B. Bennett H. Brasivell C. Cartledee 

C. Clotfelter G. Dillard J. Douthit 

D. Harrison P. Hoean C. Johnson 
B. Luttrell M. Mullins E. Myers 
P. Smith S. statom J. Tatum 

G. Wilson C. AVoodard 

OFFICERS 

President Ann AmvoLD 

Vice-President Carol Clotfelter 

Corresponding Secretary Gail Beall 

Recording Secretary Elaine Myers 

Treasurer Jerry Tatum 




C. Clotfelter, E. Meyers, A. Arnold, D. Harrison, J. Tatu 




PI BETA PHI 



ALABAMA ALPHA CHAPTER 

Alabama Alpha chapter of Pi Beta Phi was founded at 
'Southern in 1927 and has prospered greatly. Again 
named the top chapter in the province, this year our chap- 
ter has had a big year socially and scholastically. 

Fall quarter was highlighted with a dinner dance hon- 
ing the pledges, and the exciting year was climaxed 



or 



with the houseparty. 

From head cheerleader to president of Alpha Lambda 
Delta, Pi Phi's were found leading tlie campus. Arrow 
girls were the presidents of KDE and Phi Chi Theta, and 
held offices in Mortar Board, Amazons, Phi Sigma Iota, 
Price Fellowship, MSM, Panhellenic Council, Physical 




Education Club and the Freshman Class. Editing the 
Hilltop News was a Pi Phi, and others worked on the 
Southern Accent staff, intramural council, and the stu- 
dent executive council. Pi Phi's were found also in Who's 
Who and in the beauty section of the annual. 

Entertaining at the crippled children's hospital, 
"Cookie Shines", participating in intramurals, and enter- 
taining the province president — all of this is part of being 
a Pi Phi. 



Zan Alley 
Gail Beall 
Helen Braswell 
Lieser Chandler 
Carol Clotfelter 
Judy Douthit 
Carolyn Ferrell 
Diana Harrison 
Janice Kilgore 
Elaine Myers 
Sara Ann Statom 
Pat Smith 
Glenda Teal 



MEMBERS 



Actives 



Ann Arnold 
Betty Bennett 
Carol Cartledge 
Judy Clem 
Gwen Dillard 
Sandy Faulk 
Janet Fuller 
Carole Johnston 
Marilyn Mullins 
Betty Scruggs 
Marilyn Smith 
Jerry Tatum 
Nancy Weir 




Pi Phi's entertain Miss America, 1958. 



Really, Sara Ann is just a two legged monster! 





J. Bostick 
S. Character 
E, Houston 
S. McCrary 
C. Runyanij 



C. Boie 

M. Chastain 

P. King 
S. McCurry 
S. Shealy 



M. Brock A. Bussey S.Butler M. Chafln 

G. Corley P. Hearn G. Hinds H. Hollirook 

K. Lone r. Manasco S. Maples J. MeConnell 

E. McWilliams B. Xeely A. Owens E. Purecll P. Roberts 

M. Smith T. Smith B. Strain C. Thompson M. Waite 



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OFFICERS 

President Barbara Strain 

Vice-President Carol Monasco 

Secretary Joyce Bostick 

Treasurer Martha Waite 

Historian Connie Boze 




J. Jostick, C. Manasco, B. Strain, M. Waite, C. Boze. 



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7ET A T ATI ALP HA 



ALPHA NU CHAPTER 

Since its founding in 1922, Alpha Mu chapter of Zeta 
Tau Alpha has had increasingly successful years, and 
1958-59 was a top year for Southern's oldest sorority. 
Having come from international convention with a silver 
bowl awarded for filling our rush quota for two consecu- 
tive years — the Zeta's continued this tradition and rush 
season ended with fifteen girls wearing our turquoise and 
grey pledge pin. 

With this start the Zeta Spirit seemed to spread into 
all areas of campus life. In campus organizations and 
activities Zetas could be found as president of the Re- 
ligious Council, co-editor of the Quad, and members of 



MEMBERS 




the Executive Council, the Honor Council, the Debate 
Team, and such honoraries as Alpha Lambda Delta, Al- 
pha Psi Omega, Triangle Club, and Who's Who in Amer- 
ican College and Universities. Other Zetas are repre- 
sented in the beauty section of the Southern Accent, and 
as fraternity sweethearts. 

Fun was ours to, with many parties filling up the cal- 
endar and climaxing another top year for Zeta Tau Alpha. 



Actives 



Joyce Bostick 
Anne Bussy 
Gay Hinds 
EHzabeth Houston 
Kay Lowe 
Judy McConneU 
Elise McWilliams 
Ann Owen 
Son] a Shealey 
Barbara Strain 
Charlotte Thomason 



Myra Brock 
Martha Chafin 
Mary Chastain 
Sandra Custred 
Peggy Hearn 
Mary Sue Maples 
Barbara Nichols 
Charlotte Runyans 
Terry Smith 



Connie Boze 
Gayle Corley 
Delores Hodgens 
Polly King 
Carol Manasco 
Sherry McCurry 
Barbara Neely 
Ethel Purcell 
Gloria Snider 
Carolyn Suttle 
Martha Wait 



Pledges 



Lee Butler 
Sandra Character 
June Cox 
Mimi DeArmen 
Harriet Holbrook 
Shirley McCrary 
Pat Roberts 
Mary Smith 
Nancy Watson 




Rush is over and the Zetas are happy! 



The Zeta Minstrel makes a hit at Freshman Camp! 





First Row: C. Stevenson, D. Head, J. Jennings, L. Yelverton. Second Row: F. Dyer. J. Donahoo, J. Patterson, B. Bovd, B. Gimn, D. Kitch- 
ens, D. Lanippin. ' ' 

INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 



The function of the Interfraternity Council is to pro- 
mote friendly relations among the fraternities and to set 
up rush regulations. 




This group is composed of two members from each of 
the fraternities on campus. It meets once each week to 
supervise the fraternity activities. Each spring the Council 
sponsors the I. F. C. Dance. 



The officers of the Interfraternity Council arc — From Left to Right: Jim Donahoo, 
Vice-President; Jim Patterson, President; Bill Gunn, Secretary; and Mike Cram, 
Treasurer, 



ALPHA TAU OMEGA 

BiU Gunn 
Dan Kitchens 

DELTA SIGMA PHI 

Mike Cram 

KAPPA ALPHA 

Buddy Boyd 
Laney Yelverton 

LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 

Floyd Dyer 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 

iDavid Head 
John Jennings 

SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 

Jim Donahoo 
Chris Stevenson 

THETA cm 

Doug Lamppin 
Jim Patterson 



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FRATERNITIES . . . 



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J. Abbett 


R. Baldwin 


L. Barksdale 


R. Bryant 


C. Carney 


J. Cash 


D. 


Cisco 


B. Brennen 


H. Gary 


M. Gllliland 


T. Gilmer 


H. Golson 


T. Gray 


J. Greenhill 


D 


Guinn 


B. Gunn 


G. HallbTookH 


R. Head 


D. Henderson 


W. Hicks 


E. Hilyer 


J. HoUis 


B 


Howard 


C. Johnson 


D. Kitchens 


B. Kontzen 


X. Lacy 


A. Marlow 


J. Martin 


J. McCain 


B. 


Patton 


J. Pulley 


E. Putnam 


J. Reeves 


G. Rlohnrdsou 


A. Rowell 


E. Rush 


M. Skidmore 


A 


Smith 


H. Smith 


T. Stewart 


C. Sforrs 


G. Thomason J. Thompson A 


Van Buren C. 


Vaughn G. W'a 


Race 


B. Wingard E. Wright 




B. Gamble 
R.Gunn 
B. King 
J. Putman 
J. Smith 
F. Zylman 



OFFICERS 

President John Earl Reaves 

Vice-President Robert Wingard 

Secretary Bill Gunn 

Treasurer Ed Rush 




B. Wingard, J. E. Reaves, E. Rush, B. Gunn. 




'ALPHA TAU OMEG 



BETA BETA CHAPTER 

Beta Beta chapter, was founded in 1885, and since 
that time we have had many continuous years of success 
in all fields. This year we have over seventy members, 
pledges and affiliates. The fall pledge class included 28 
men. The biggest event of the year was the beginning of 
the construction of our new house. 

Taus have actively participated in every area of stu- 
dent life this year; Martin as Senior Class president; 
Thomason, Hollis and Stanford, Freshman Class officers; 
Golson as MSM president; Wingard as Ministerial Asso- 
ciation president, and Wright as co-editor of the Quad. 

The Who's Who list included Taus Martin, Wingard, 

MEMBERS 




Robert Bryant 
Charles Carney 
Henry Golson 
Jerry Greenhill 
John Henderson 
David Keathley 
Nelson Lacey 
James Pulley 
Charles Reynolds 
Donald Shockley 
Charles Storrs 
Elliott Wright 



Jerry Abbett 
David Franks 
Thomas Halbrook 
Gerald Hollis 
William Patton 
Richard Searcy 
Howard Smith 
George Thomason 
Dan Guin 



Actives 

Keith Calvert 
Robert Drennen 
Wallace Graddick 
Robert Gunn 
Elvin Hilyer 
Robert Kelley 
Joseph McCain 
John Putman 
Ed Rush 
James Smith 
John Thompson 



Pledges 

Larry Barksdale 
Burl Van Gamble 
Roger Head 
Robert King 
Edward Putnam 
Max Skidmore 
Henry Stanford 
Gary Wallace 
Andy Rowell 



James Cash 
Michael Gilliland 
Randolph Gray 
Williana Gunn 
Cranford Johnson 
Dan Kitchens 
John Martin 
John E. Reaves 
Larry Sharpe 
Thomas Stewart 
Lee Van Buren 



George Dunbar 
Henry Gary 
William Hicks 
Robert Kontzen 
Grady Richardson 
Andrew Smith 
Charles Thigpen 
Clifford Vaughan 



Entertaining the crippled children with a Christmas party. 






and Wright, while ODK had Thompson, Wingard, Hil- 
yer, Golson, Martin and Johnson. 

In sports. Beta Beta won the intramural football, swim- 
ming and basketball trophies. It was the 9th consecutive 
win in swimming. The varsity wrestling and basketball 
teams also had a good showing of Taus. 

The year was rounded out by a host of parties, a Sweet- 
heart Dance and a houseparty. 




Sweetheart of Alpha Tau Omega 
MISS MARILYN SMITH 




Charles Reynolds' engagement to Miss Glenda Teal calls for the 
traditional dunking. 





J. 


Barr 


G 


Hrnrtford 


M. Brakefield 


W. G. Bryan 


J. Crotwell 


C. L, Dunn 


T 


O. Jones 


A 


Lovett 


.1. \arraiiiore 


C. Ramsey 


G. Smith 


R. Smith 


J. 


Steelmaii 


J. 


T. AVasKoner 


G. Wallace 


R. Wilson 


H. Yelverton 






OFFICERS 

President Buddy Boyd 

Vice-President Laney Yelverton 

Secretary Harold Pickel 

Treasurer MoNTE Breakefield 




H. Pickel, B. Boyd, L. Yelvertan, M. Breakefield. 



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k:appaalpha order 



PHI CHAPTER 

This year saw Phi chapter of Kappa Alpha celebrating 
its seventy-sixth year on Southern's campus. Phi chapter, 
the first chapter of Kappa Alpha in Alabama, was 
founded in an old mansion in Greensboro, Alabama in 
1882, and is now the oldest chapter in continuous exist- 
ence at Birmingham-Southern. 

Since that time Phi chapter has contributed to all 
phases of campus life. K. A. is well represented in the 
varsity sports program with brothers Waggoner, Pickel, 
Bryan and Yelverton on the varsity basketball team. We 
are represented in many groups such as college theater. 



MEMBERS 




Actives 



Buddy Boyd 
Bobby Lazenby 
Gayden Latture 
Harold Pickel 
James Avery 
Harvey Hendon 
Bruce Hose 
Jerry Narramore 
Don McBride 



John Peterson 
James Franks 
Bobby Gibson 
Pat Barr 
Jimmy Crotwell 
Robert Smith 
Jim Cunningham 



Monte Breakefield 
Bill Bryan 
Browne Latham 
Arthur Lovett 
Jon Fort 
Gene Griffin 
Jerry Crotwell 
Jim DeLoach 
Laney Yelverton 



Pledges 



George Bradford 
Jerry Steelman 
James Waggoner 
Chris Ramsey 
Tommy James 
Tommy Zierelli 



House party in Florida 




and Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. 
Phi chapter has many prominent alumni. They can be 
seen in the state legislature, and the state and city ju- 
dicial system. In the field of education, our chapter is 
represented by three faculty members of Birmingham- 
Southern, and the past president of Florida Southern 
University. 




Kappa Alpha Rose 
MISS BARBARA NEELY 




KA's ham it up with the Pi Phi's to win Cat's Paw. 



123 





R. Brooks 
M. HeKenna 
J. Scott 



F. Dyar 
n. Melof 
P. Spitzer 



C. Fo^vler 
C. Hlorros 
31. Szabo 



J. Gaines 
J. A'iohols 
C. Tiinuaii 



G. Gantous 
\V. Flat^Ne 
J. Williams 



J. Gavldin 
C. Rosser 
C. \ViIsoii 



T. Long 
G. Seale 
G. Yareliak 



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OFFICERS 

High Alpha Charles Fowler 

High Beta Floyd Dyar 

High Gamma RoY Long 

High Tau Mike Szabo 




M. Szabo, R. Long, C. Fowler, F. Dyar. 



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LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 




THETA MU CHAPTER 





In 1923, Theta Mu chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha was 
organized on Birmingham-Southern's campus. After 
which the chapter has steadily progressed, this year was 
one of the best for the Crescentmen. The summer was 
highlighted by the National Convention held in Montreal, 
Canada, to which the delegation from Theta Mu Chapter 
rode in our fire truck. 



On the social calendar were many parties like the Bow- 
ery Party and the annual Steak and Bean Supper. 

Crescentmen were active in the campus activity section, 
engaging in all phases of student life and government. 

The eventful year was well rounded out with the selec- 
tion of Jeanne Merrill as "Crescent Girl" and the annual 
house party. 



MEMBERS 



Actives 



Terry Brennon 
Charles Chambers 
Eugene Davis 
Roger Everitt 
Charles Fowler 
George Gantous 
Bill Hackaday 
David Kulpe 
Ray Long 
Mike McKenna 
Constantine Morros 
Jerry Nichols 



Paul Berscheid 
Jon Gaines 
Winston Gualdin 



Payton Paytrick 
John Pearce 
Wayne Piasse 
Tom Robinson 
Charles Rosser 
Joe Scott 
Gary Seales 
Mike Szabo 
Don Williams 
Carl Wilson 
George Yarchak 



Pledge 



Don Melof 
Perry Spitzer 
Howard Turman 



Jeanne Merrill being crowned "Crescent Girl" by 
Charles Fowler. 




Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl 
JEAN MERRILL 





Theta Mu's delegation to national convention outside the Queen 
Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal. 





F. Anderson W. Bobo 

A. Fikes D. Head 

S. MeMasters C. MeAVaters 31. >Iorgan 

J. Poivers D. Rogers D. Siiiinioiis 



S. Breiven 31. Ciiteliff L.. Deeiiier 

A. Hopper J. Jennings J. MeDaniel 

C, Mullins J. Parrish C. Pilgrim 

M. Spann G. Tatum R. Taylor 




OFFICERS 

President Art Hoppek 

Vice President David Head 

Secretary JoE Patrick 

Historian Rayford Taylor 




R. Taylor, A. Hopper, D. Head, J. Patrick. 




I kappa^TlphI 



DELTA CHAPTER 



In 1871 Pi Kappa Alpha granted a charter to Delta 
Chapter, the first social fraternity at 'Southern. 

Talent was the feature which marked the 88th year for 
the men of Delta chapter. The main reason for this was 
a talented pledge class unequaled in the past, joined with 
talent already present in the chapter. This astounding tal- 
ent was seen in College Theatre where every event was 
dominated by Pikes and the choir and theatre had Pikes 
as presidents. 

Finishing third in football, placing four on the All 

MEMBERS 




Actives 



Samuel Brewer 
Larry Deemer 
Arthur Hopper 
Charles McWaters 
Joe Patrick 
James Parris 
Marshall Spann 
Rick Terrill 
Norman Winston 



Ronald Bailey 
Larry Culver 
Alan Fikes 
David McDaniels 
Mickey Morgan 
John Powers 
Donald Sewell 
Gordon Tatum 



James Dailey 
David Head 
John Jennings 
George Mosacowski 
Carl Pilgrim 
Dan Rogers 
Rayford Taylor 
John Thornton 



Pledges 



Del Bobo 
Don Cutcliff 
Dorman Fulton 
Sam McMasters 
Charles Mullins 
Tom Reaves 
Don Simmons 



Pike's favorite past-lime. 




Star team and being a big threat in basketball and 
swimming caused many eyes to follow our athletic season. 

In other campus activities Delta men were busy in 
the S.G.A., Triangle Club, Toreadores, MSM, Alpha 
Kappa Psi. and Alpha Psi Omega. Brother Hopper was 
chosen Mr. Hilltopper and was selected for Who's Who. 

This year saw some of our most successful parties and 
came to a close witli our annual House Party. 




Dream Girl of Pi Kappa Alpha 
MISS TERESA RINALDI 




Rushees admire our Dream Girl. 
















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J. Andre^Ts 
J. Cogein 
D. Haigler 
M. Kynard 
T. Payne 



I). Barnett 
H. Oavis 
n. Hearii 
S. Mann 
J. Phillips 
E. Stead 



R. Boyer 
M. Donahue 
D. Hicks 
C. Meyercord 
C. Powell 
J. Stooke 



P. Bradford 
>I. Donovan 
I. Holt 
B.Mitchell 
B. Price 
B. Tatiim 



<i. Brasfleld 
C. Ellis 
J. Johnson 
B. Morgan 
\V. Randolph 
E. Watson 



L. Bras^Tcll 
C. Gillespy 
E. Jones 
S. Pattison 
J. Raivis 




OFFICERS 

President Barnes Tatum 

Vice President Chris Stevenson 

Secretary William Randolph 

Treasurer Paul McCain 




W. Randolph, P. McCain, C. Stevenson, B. Taluni. 



SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 



ALABAMA IOTA CHAPTER 



In 1878, Alabama Iota received its charter and was the 
first fraternity at old Southern University to own a house. 
This year, the second in our new lodge, opened with the 
pledging of nineteen men. 

Throughout the year brothers participated in every 
phase of campus life, and held the presidencies of the 
following organizations: The Student Government Asso- 
ciation, Honor Council, Men's Dorm Council, Phi Eta 
Sigma, Triangle Club, Baptist Student Union, Theta 
Sigma Lambda and Eta Sigma Phi. Also a "Sig Alph" 
served as editor of the Southern Accent. 





The membership of ODK included brothers, Hearn, 
Mitchell, Braswell, Smith, Donahue, Price and Tatum, 
while Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 
picked brothers Hearn, Braswell, Smith and Mitchell. 

The Scholarship Trophy was captured in the fall by 
Alabama Iota. 

The social life was especially full this year. The sweet- 
heart, horror, lake and house parties were a few of the 
social functions in the life of Alabama Iota. 



Clark Boddy 
Stanhope Brasfield 
John Coggin 
Michael Donahue 
Clark Gillespy 
Donald Hicks 
Earl Jones 
William Mitchell 
Thomas Payne 
Charles Ponder 
William Randolph 
Joseph Slappey 
James Stooke 



John Andrews 
Patton Bradford 
John Gaston 
Edward Hardin 
Frank Lowrey 
Steven Pattison 
Ferrell Singleton 



MEMBERS 

Actives 

Earle Bowen 
Louis Braswell 
Larry Crocker 
Mason Donavan 
David Hearn 
Ira Holt 
Melvin Kynard 
William Morgan 
Jack Phillipsi 
Charles Powell 
James Rawls 
Winston Smith 
Barnes Tatum 

Pledges 

James Bailey 
Robert Davis 
Chris Gilmore 
Warren Kinney 
Samuel Mann 
Elias Watson 
Eston Stead 



Ronald Boyer 
Oliver Clark 
James Donahoo 
Charles Ellis 
Thomas Hearn 
Jimmy Johnson 
Rodney Lawler 
Louis Payne 
Jerry Phillips 
Ben Price 
Niel Sivert 
Chris Stevenson 



Bob Barnett 
Porter Fowler 
David Haigler 
Martin Kite 
Edward Myercord 
John Westenberger 





Sweetheart of Sigma Aipha Epsilon 
MISS JOYCE DALY 




The brothers and fifty children enjoy a Christmas party. 

















T. Anhurst C. Baker 

E. Georpre J. Hamby 

L. Liuiippin II. Lester 



H. Daniels 
J. Hardin 
E. Marshall 



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F. l>eaton G. Doss 

J. Herren G. Hiji^^ins 

F. Millender J. Milliken 



D. EsBe J. Fonst 

H. Jordan C. Ijaiiibert 

J. Patterson B. Phillips 



J. Ray T. Hohertsoii D. Ross 

T.Smith H.Stapu T.Taylor 



J. Satterfleld S. Sehiiimaii .1. SlanKhter I.. Smith 

.J. Webb <i, AVittenstein J. VVoodham 




OFFICERS 

President Bob Lester 

Vice-President Douc Lamppin 

Secretary JOHN WoODHAM 

Treasurer JiM PATTERSON 




B. Lester, J. Patterson, D. Lamppin, J. Woodhani, 




XHETA CHI 




BETA XI CHAPTER 

Theta Chi Fraternity originated on Birmingham- 
Southern's campus as a chapter of Beta Kappa Fraternity. 
In 1942 when Beta Kappa and Theta Chi merged, this 
chapter became Beta Xi Chapter of Theta Chi. 

This year has been one of the most progressive years 
in the chapter's history. One of the most significant g,ccom- 
plishments was the organization of the long awaited 
alumnae charter. 

A crowded social calendar including the Christmas 
Dance, Red and White Ball, Rebel Reunion, Alumnae 
Reunion, and a house party in Florida accented this most 
successful year. 

MEMBERS 





Theta Chis took part in all phases of student govern- 
ment some of which are: ODK, I.F.C., Phi Eta Sigma, 
Theta Sigma Lambda, Executive Council, Triangle Club, 
and various religious organizations. 



Curtis Baker 
Fred Deaton 
Horace Doss 
Mack Finney 
Jerry Hamby 
Joe Hardin 
Jim Herren 
Sam Howard 
Doug Lamppin 
Bob Lester 
Ernest Marshall 



Actives 



Bryan May 
Frank Millender 
Jim Patterson 
Billy Rowe Phillips 
John Ray 

Thatcher Robertson 
Jimmy Satterfield 
John Slaughter 
Kibbee Streetman 
Jack Webb 
John Woodham 




Dream Girl of Theta Chi 
MISS FRANCES COYLE 



Pledge 



Turpin Ashurst 
Tim Cobb 
Denry Daniels 
David Egge 
John Foust 
Eddie George 
Gibson Higgins 
Henry Jordan 
Charles Lambert 



John Milliken 
Don Ross 
Swinson Schipman 
Norris Smith 
Reeves Smith 
Butch Stapp 
Tom Taylor 
Gerald Wittenstein 





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A typical couple at the hoaseparty 
Theta Chis enjoy Mardi Gras party. 



REVEALING AN EXTENSIVE 




f 



SYSTEM OF ORGANIZATIONS 



From the beginning the administration was ex- 
tremely concerned with the discipline of the students. 
No cuts were allowed in class, and absence from 
church was strictly forbidden. With this strict super- 
vision, most of the faculty looked with scorn on the 
idea of self government for the students, or any kind 
of extra-curricular organization. They favored only 
those organizations which advanced the academic side 
of education. 

Gradually the administration began to realize that 
these organizations would be an advantage to the stu- 
dent — providing a workshop for good citizenship. In 
the early 1900's students organized the honor council 
to "carry out the honor system more effectively." All 
kinds of clubs were formed; even an anti-tobacco 
league to discourage the use of tobacco came into 
being during this period. 

The organizations at Birmingham-Southern now 
have grown, under the active support and participa- 
tion of both students and faculty, into an extensive 
system. 




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THE STUDENT CABINET: Elliott Wright, Kay Lowe, Tom Hearn, Connie Boze, Penny Moore, William Randolph, Louis Braswell, and 
Winston Smith (not shown), 

THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 




Student Government Association is the official campus 
organization of the Student Body. Officers are Tom Hearn, 
President; Johnny Biddle, Vice-President; Inez Thomas, 
Secretary; and John Woodham, Treasurer. 

The governing unit of this organization is the Student 
Legislature composed of representatives from both upper 
and lower divisions. This year's Executive Council (now 
Student Legislature) proposed and secured approval of a 
new Student Legislature which provided for the SGA. They 
also sponsored a Christmas concert and dance featuring 
"The Hilltoppers." Other activities of the Legislature in- 
cluded issuing a monthly Student Calendar and improve- 
ment of traffic regulations. 

A Student Cabinet, which works in the field of Student 
Activities, consists of four permanent members and other 
appointed members from various areas of campus activity. 
This representative group plans such campus events as 
Cat's Paw and May Day and regulates Campus Elections 
and functioning of organizations. 



TOM HEARN — President 



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Southern students enjoyed themselves at the SGA sponsored Christmas Dance. 




Vice-President Johnny Biddle serves as Master 
of Ceremonies at the SGA sponsored "Cat's 
Paw." 




THE STUDENT LEGISLATURE: Beckv Duffey, Inez Thomas, John Woodham, Mr. Randall, Advisor; Tom Hearn, Johnny Biddle, Marlene 
Smyth, Joyce Bostick, John Slaughter,' Helen Braswell, Don Cutcliff, Art Hopper, Kay Lowe, Jim Stooke, David Head, Carolyn Suttle, and 
Elvin Hilyer. 



HONOR COUNCIL 



The Honor Council is composed of selected students and faculty members 
who review violations of the Honor Code. All students are required to sign a 
pledge committing themselves to uphold the Honor Code which is provided 
for in the student body constitution. 



OFFICERS 

Chairman Louis Beiaswell 

Secretary Penny Moore 



First Row: Penny Moore, Mrs. Robert Cothran, Dr. Ceril E. Abernethy, Louis Braswell, Dr. Ralph Jolly, Margie Mills, Connie Boze. Sec- 
ond Row: Bobby Wingard, Ben Price, Barnes Tatiini, Johnny Andrews. 





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First Row: Mrs. Virginia Hamilton, Dr. Sydnor Ownbey, Dr. Howard Creed. Second Row: L. Deemer. E. Wright, I. Thomas, 
T. Hearn, R. Cobb, B. Scruggs, B. Mitchell, H. Barnes. 



PUBLICATIONS BOARD 



The purpose of the Publications Board is to supervise 
three student publications. The Hilltop News, The Southern 
Accent, and The Quad. Mrs. Virginia Hamilton serves as 
chairman of the board which consists of the editors and 



business managers of the publications, the president and 
secretary of the Executive Council and three faculty 
members. 



STUDENT LIFE COMMITTEE 



The Student Life Committee is a representative group 
of students and faculty members which has general super- 
vision over all non-athletic student activities of the various 



college groups. Every group registers its activities on the 
official calendar. Dr. Ralph Jolly is the chairman and 
Mrs. Robert Cothran, secretary. 



First Row: Mrs. Cothran, D. 
Lamppin, T. Hearn, Coach 
Battle, Dr. Jolly. Second Row : 
B. Mitchell, M. Mills, L. Mo- 
reno, S. J. Cardwell, B. 
Scruggs, Dr. Hites. Third 
Rote: G. Clem, J. Biddle, B. 
Lester, J. Patterson. 





BILL MITCHELL — Editor in Chief 





SOUTHERN 



ACCENT 




HARRIET BARNES — Business Manager 



Pictures, pictures and more pictures — until they 
all begin to look alike. In addition to pictures, there 
were mounds of copy sheets, write ups and ex- 
change annuals confronting us. 

Pictures, ideas, word.s — these were the materials 
with which we began to work. To list all of those 
who had a hand in this work would be impossible. 
There are those who financed the book, and then 
those who moulded it. But there are many others 
who helped with the endless tasks involved in the 
preparation of the beauty pageant, scheduling ap- 
pointments for class pictures etc. This book repre- 
sents a year of work by unselfish students. 

We have tried to do more than give an accoimt 
of the activities of this year. Our goal is to reveal 
the history and the traditions of Southern in a way 
more meaningful to you. If, in the future, you feel 
that this edition reveals Southern in a new light, we 
will feel that it has accomplished its purpose. 



BILL MORGAN and MERLA HIGGINS— /<ssisto/if Editors 





TAFF 



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Editor 
Bill Mitchell 

Business Manager 
Harriet Barnes 

Assistant Editors 
Merla Higgins, Bill Morgan 

Chss Editors 
Marilyn Smith, Carol Johnson 

Club Editor 
Sandra Salemi 

Beauty Editor 
Mary Catherine Buce 

Faculty Editor 
Diane English 

Greek Editors 

Zan Alley 

Jim Satterfield 

Pageant Directors 
Connie Boze, Bob Lester 

Photographers 
Jan Langford, Joe McCain 




CONNIE BOZE and BOB LESTER 
Pageant Directors 



JAN LANGFORD — Photographer 
ZAN ALLEY and JIM SATTERFIELD— Greefe Editors 





The aerial views we took almost cost us the price of a plane. 
MARJLYN SMITH — Class Editor DIANE ENGLISH — Faculty Editor 



SANDRA SALEMI — Club Editor 



MARY CATHERINE BUCE 
Beauty Editor 










Witli one of the largest and most cooperative 
staffs ever, the Hilltop Neivs has broadened 
its campus news coverage. The Thanksgiving 
turkey contest, the surprise Who's Who an- 
nouncement, the April Fool's issue and excel- 
lent sports coverage show imaginative workers 
and careful staff preparation. 



BETTY SCRUGGS— £di(or in Chief 




ELLIOTT WRIGHT— Manoging Editor 



JACKIE SKINNER— A-eH-s Editor 



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STAFF 



Editor .... 

Managing Editor . 
News Editor . 
Business Manager 

Sports Editors 



Greek Editors . 
Religious Editor , 
Photographers 



. . Betty Scruggs 

. . Elliott Wright 

Jacqueline Skinner 

. . Larry Deemer 

f John Martin 

I Barnes Tatum 

\ Jim Smith 

I Marilyn Smith 

. . . . Bob Gunn 

\ Mike Cram 

I Joe McCain 



Reporters and Staff Members — P. King, G. 
Teal, C. Johnston, C. Ford, G. Thomason, 
D. Harrison, J. Clem, P. Hogan, H. 
Smith, S. Skipper. S. England, M. Yar- 
brough, A. Gauldin, J. Zobel, J. Ray, 
J. Hooper, J. Lewis, D. English, J. Zyl- 
man. S. Faulk. M. Fowler. 





LARRY DEEMER — Business Manager 




BOB GUNN — Religious Editor 
JOHN MARTIN and BARNES TATUM — Sports Editors 



JOE McCAIN and MIKE CRAM — Photographers 






THE 

QUAD 

STAFF 




Co-Editors . . . . 

Business Managers 

Circulation Manager 
Faculty Advisor . 
Art Editor . . . . 
Fiction Editor . 
Non-Fiction Editor . 
Poetry Editor . 



\ Connie Boze 
I Elliott Wright 
( Ronnie Cobb 
I Jim Smith 

. Sara Mac Johnson 
Dr. Howard Creed 
. Jessie Shelburne 

Jon Mac Reinhardt 
. . Frances Bonds 
. Barbara Nichols 



ELLIOTT WRIGHT and CONNIE BOZE — Co-Editors 




Staff Members — Jackie Skinner. Lowell Eu- 
banks, Bill Hendricks. Kay Lowe, and 
Helen Mabry. 



This year, after a lapse of 16 years. Quad, the lit- 
erary magazine for Binningham-Southeni students, 
was revived. Two issues were published and were well 
received on the campus. 

There is a need on every college campus for me- 
diums of expression for students. It is the hope of the 
editors of Quad that this magazine will adequately fill 
this need and that it may continually expand its scope 
and always maintain a high level of quality. 

SARA MAC JOHNSON and JIM SMITH' 



Frances Bonds, Barbara Nichols and Jessie Stielburne 

Helen Mabry, Jackie Skinner and Lowell Eubanks 





WOMEN'S 

DORM 
COUNCIL 



The Women's Dorm Council is com- 
posed of representatives from Hanson 
and Andrews Halls. They supervise the 
running of their dorms. 




'3SMES2&£^'K: 



First Rotv: L. Johnson, K. Lowe, G. Ford, J. Cox. Si'ri)inl Row: h. Rush, 1$. Lee, I. 
Thomas, K. Dial. M. House, L. Kirby, J. Clem, Z. Alley. 



First Rom: E. Hilver, D. Rubin, M. Gilliland, J. Phillips. Second Row: J. Patterson, D. 
Kitchens, W. Smith, G. Clem. 




MEN'S 

DORM 

COUNCIL 



The Men's Dorm Comicil consists 
of proctors and elected members. 
These members are in charge of the 
running of their dorm. 




AMERICAN 
CHEMICAL 
SOCIET 

The Student Affiliate Chapter of 
American Chemical Society is an 
terest group open to all students v, 
are planning to take a professional 
non-professional major in chemist 

This group sponsors speakers fn 
Oak Ridge, and Decatur, as well 
from the local area. 

The officers are Don Hicks, Pre 
dent; Major Thompson, Vice-Pre 
dent; and Kate Stembridge, Sec 
tary-Treasurer. Dr. Harold Wilcox 
the Sponsor. 

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Front Rote: W. R. Mountcastle, I 
Butler, L. McCombs, M. K. Tinkt 
paugh, J. Hooper, Dr. Wilcox, J. Sec), 
Dr. Gordon. Second Row: J. Blanojl 
aid, F. Fish. T. Holbrooks, B. HoJ 
K. Stenibridge, J. Rose, D. Hicks, ) 
Jordan, J. Herren, M. Thompson. 



ALPHA KAPPA PSI 



Epsilon Theta Chapter of the professional business fraternity, 
Alpha Kappa Psi, was installed on this campus January 31, 1959, 
under the leadership of Dr. 0. Phillip Beaudry. This chapter was 
formerly the Toreadors Club, which was established here twenty 
years ago for the promotion of interest and fellowship for stu- 
dents majoring in Business Administration and associated fields. 



Professional activities include: industrial field trips, prominent 
speakers from the field of business, forums on career planning 
and panel discussions of current political and economic problems. 

Officers are: President, Robert McCombs; Vice-President, 
Myron Wilson; Secretary, James Parrish; Treasurer, Thomas 
Light. 




First Rotv: R. McCombs, J. Avery, L. Troller, G. Moore, C. Ponder, J. Waggoner, T. Light. Second Row: J. Hackadav, G. Mosakowski, D. 
Rogers, J. Jennings, C.McWaters, J. Thornton, J. Parris, C. Ritchie. Third Roiv: M. Wilson, W. Brown, G. Sprouse, L. Adrridge, H. Sapp, 
G. Seale, B. Pugh, S. Wilkins, B. Hulen. Fourth Roiv: J. Williams, N. Jones, G. Harvard. 



PHYSICAL 
EDUCATION 

CLUB 

The Physical Education Club sponsors 
the cheerleader elections and the concession 
stand at the ball games. The officers of this 
club are: President, Glenn Clem; Vice- 
President, Sarah Jo Cardwell; Secretary, 
Tommie Jane Wolfe; and Treasurer, Mari- 
lyn Smith. Coach Bill Battle is the advisor. 

First Row: L. Stokes, D. Mueller, P. Martin, 
S. J. Cardwell, M. Smith, Miss Elizabeth 
Davis. Second Row: G. Clem, B. Avers, P. 
Moore, J. Collins, B. Evans, K. Brock, W. 
Walker. Third Roto: B. Brvan, D. William- 
son, J. Biddle, D. English, T. J. Wolfe. 
Fourth Row: Coach Bob Mason, Coach Bill 
Battle, J. Waggoner, S. Schipman, Coach 
B. P. Burch. 




COLLEGE THEATRE 



"All the world's a stage . . ." and on the Hilltop College 
Theatre, one of the busiest campus organizations, finds itself 
eternally preparing for a forthcoming dramatic production. The 
fall production, The Cherry Orchard, by Chekhov added a subtle 
touch with its scenery, lighting, and characterization. Winter 
quarter, The Boy Friend gave the twenties a gay, comical twist. 
Vidal's A Visit to a Small Planet finished out the year. 



The nucleus of College Theatre is its staff, capably headed by 
Thor Stiff, technical director. The President is Art Hopper; Vice 
President, Ethel Purcell; Business Manager, Jack Mann; House 
Manager, Elliott Wright; Assistant Technical Directors, Frances 
Bonds and Dennis Hewey; Wardrobe, Ethel Purcell; Make-up, 
Earlene Cecil. 




First Row: J. G*rhardt, G. Corley, M. Baldwin, D. Dickinson, P. ElUsor, J Oalloway, B. G.bbs B. Evans ECec.K So o,u Ro... P- C-ow, 
K. Dial, E. Wright, L. Chandler, R. Taylor, J. Green, A. Hopper, J. Vaughn, I. Thomas. Th.rd Row: J. Kulber M B.erw.ler, P. ^ "g G. 
Tatum, M. Hig^ns, J. WUson, L. Buchi, B. Strain, T. Stiff, J. Goad. Fourth Row: E. Purcell, G. Thomason, J. Mann, D. Head, G. Richard- 
son, D. Simmons, T. Reaves, C. Johnson. -^^j 




First Roiv: S. England, J. Kulber, D. S. Lyou, J. Hooper, M. Curringlon. Second Row: L. Caffee, J. Harrison, M. A. Tamburello, D. Latta. 
Third Row: B. Woodward, L. A. Clopton, M. Russell, B. Caufield. Fourth Row: S. Salemi, J. Howell, J. Wilkerson, IV. Gather, R. Van 
Landingham, S. Kirk. Fifth Rotv: J. Lollar, L. Moreno, R. Gartner, M. House. 



INDEPENDENT WOMEN 



Independent Women, 'Southern's chapter of the National In- 
dependent Student's Organization, is open to any woman student 
not affiliated with a national sorority. Independent Women offers 
its members participation in social and campus activities includ- 
ing the intramural sports program, Catspaw, Mr. HUltopper, and 



May Day. Officers are Linda Moreno, President; Margaret House, 
Vice-President; Janice Harrison, Treasurer; Judy Hooper, Par- 
liamentarian; and Janice Gather, Intramural Council Repre- 
sentative. 



DEBATE TEAM 



The newly organized debate squad plunged into Intercollegiate 
Forensic competition with a determination to let people know 
that BSC was to be reckoned with in the future. We were one 
of seven schools receiving awards at the Alabama Discussion 
Conference at the University of Alabama. At the West Georgia 
College Tournament Tom Reeves won the award for Best Af- 



firmative Debator and Barbara Strain received honorable men- 
tion for performance on the negative team. At Florida State 
University Tournament the team won the fifth place sweepstakes 
award in competition with eighteen other colleges. One of the 
most interesting trips was to the Southern Speech Tournament 
in Louisville, Kentucky. 



First Rmv: D. Copeland, A. Bates, J. Goad, F. Bonds, J. Broyles. Second Row: J. Culverhouse, B. Patterson, J. 
Roiv: G. Storrs, S. Deemer, G. Reynolds. ISot Shotvn: B. Strain, S. L. Butler. 



Raines, T. Reeves. Third 





HONORARY ORGANIZATIONS 



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First Roiv: Anne McDonough, Margie Mills, Merla Higgins, Carol Clotf elder. Second Row: Gail Beall, Sara Ann Statom, Ann Arnold, Penny 
Moore, Betty Bennett. 



MORTAR BOARD 

OFFICERS 

President Margie Mflls 

Vice-President Anne McDonough 

Secretary Merla Higgins 

Treasurer Carol Clotfelter 

Mortar Board is the highest honor which a senior 
woman may receive. Upper division women are elected 
on the basis of their contributions in the fields of Scholar- 
ship, Leadership and Service. 

The activities of Mortar Board are designed to render 



service to the campus and administration. This year Mor- 
tar Board, working with ODK, sponsored student semi- 
nars to encourage interest in world affairs. Otlier activities 
include the Book Exchange and the Blood Mobile. 






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First Roic: Dr. H. R. Butts, Dr. Louis Bumgartner, D. Lamppin, E. Hilyer, J. Andrews. Second Rotv: J. Woodham, L. Braswell, Mr. Ray- 
mond MacMahon, Dr. David Beaudry, R. Wingard, B. Tatum. Third Roiv: M. Donahue, J. Martin, B. Mitchell, C. Johnson, B. Lester, 
Mr. Henry RandaU. Fourth Row: H. Golson, T. Hearn, J. Thompson, Dr. Hoyt Kaylor, B. Price, W. Smith. 



OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 

OFFICERS 

President Bob Lester 

Vice-President Cranford Johnson 

Secretary Dr. Hoyt M. Kaylor 

Treasurer Winston Smith 

Omicron Delta Kappa, the outstanding men's service 
organization of the campus, recognizes excellence in the 
various fields of college life — scholarship, student govern- 
ment, athletics, and social fraternity work, by tapping 
worthy men into its membership. 

This group serves the campus by the annual publication 
of the Student Directory. A new project this year was the 

sponsoring of public seminars jointly with Mortar Board. 
The results have been most satisfying and rewarding for 
both groups. 

Omicron Delta Kappa aspires to significantly contrib- 
ute to the high standards maintained by Birmingham- 
Southern College. 



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John H. Biddle 
Hugh E. Boyd 
Constance R. Boze 
Louis E. Brasweli 
Sarah Jo Cardwell 
Earleen Poe Cecil 
Thomas K. Hearn, Jr. 
Deiores L. Hodgens 
Arthur B. Hopper Jr. 
Douglas W. Lamppin 
Robert L. Lester Jr. 
John A. Martin 
Margie N. Mills 
William L. Mitchell 
Penny Moore 
Betty Scruggs 
H. Winston Smith 
Barbara J. Strain 
Robert W. Wingard 
H. Elliot Wright 




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ALPHA 

LAMBDA 

DELTA 



Alpha Lambda Delta is a na- 
tional scholastic honorary for 
freshman and sophomore women 
students. The aim of the Birming- 
ham-Southern chapter is to encour- 
age scholarship among freshman 
women by introducing the aims 
and requirements of the fraternity 
in the fall quarter and encourag- 
ing prospective members with 
scholastic assistance and with an 
annual reception, this year co- 
sponsored by Phi Eta Sigma. 

The officers are Glenda Teal, 
President; Pat Hogan, Vice Presi- 
dent; Sara Mac Johnson, Secre- 
tary; and Jackie Skinner, Treas- 
urer. Mrs. C. L. McCain is the 
advisor. 



Front Rotv: P. Hogan, J. GiU, J. Skinner, M. Smvlhe. Back Roiv: M. Cunningham, S. Faulk, G. 
Teal, M. Chastaine, H. Mabry. 



PHI ETA SIGMA 



Phi Eta Sigma is the national honorary for freshman men 
who maintain an average of 3.5 for their first, first two, or first 
three quarters. In addition to the plaque awarded to the frater- 
nity pledge class for the best scholastic average, two new projects 
have been added — an award to the graduating member having 
maintained the best average throughout school and a joint recep- 



tion with Alpha Lambda Delta for prospective members. 

Officers serving this year were Bill Morgan, President; Lee 
Van Buren, Vice President; Bryan May, Secretary; Louis Payne, 
Treasurer; Constantine Morros, Historian. The advisor is Dr. 
Butts. 



First Roic: B. Morgan, J. Smith, C. Morros, W. Hendricks, T. Leonard. Second Rotv: B. Tatum, Dr. Butts, L. Braswell, P. McCain, H. Golson, 
B. Lester, L. Van Buren. 





First Row: Miss Bettye Crane, A. Floyd, R. J. Singley, J. Skinner, E. Rush, P. Virciglio. Second Rotv: Miss Lola Kiser, D. Hicks, L. 
Schmidt, K. Strutman, M. Donahue, H. Spradley, Dr. John Locke. 

THETA SIGMA LAMBDA 



Theta Sigma Lambda, honorary mathematics fraternity, is 
designed to honor those who have done excellent work in the 
field of mathematics. During the past year, Theta Sigma Lambda 
petitioned Pi Mu Epsilon, the largest national honorary mathe- 
matics fraternity in the country. 

Officers are: President — M. Donahue; Vice-President — K. 



Streetman; Secretary — H. Spradley; Treasurer — L. Schmidt. 

Each year the fraternity sponsors several lectures in mathe- 
matics on the campus. One of the lectures this year was pre- 
sented by M. K. Fort, Jr., Associate Professor at the University 
of Georgia. 



Sitting — Left to Right: D. Mueller, C. Clotfelter, J. A. Lewis. P. Martin, M. Mills, K. DiaL Stand- 
ing: P. Moore, S. A. Statom, A. McDonough, L. Stokes. 



KAPPA 

DELTA 

EPSILON 

Kappa Delta Epsilon is the na- 
tional honorary association for 
women education students. Its 
membership is composed of edu- 
cation students who have main- 
tained a "B" average or above in 
education courses. Activities in- 
clude supper meetings which are 
held each month to promote fel- 
lowship. They also sponsor an all- 
campus tea honoring teachers. 

Officers are Carol Clotfelter — 
President; Dot Mueller, Vice-Pres- 
ident; Jo Ann Lewis, Secretary; 
Margie Mills, Treasurer; Miss 
Elizabeth Davis, Sponsor. 




THETA 

CHI 
DELTA 

Theta Chi Delta, Chemistry honorary, recognizes 
students who have done superior work in four or 
more quarters of chemistry. Each year this group 
awards a prize for the outstanding initiate and 
graduating senior with the highest average in chem- 
istry. In the spring they have a joint picnic with the 
student affiliate of the American Chemical Society. 

The officers are: Major Thompson, President; 
Don Hicks, Vice-President; and Burton Koplon, 
Secretary-Treasurer. Dr. Harold Wilcox is the 
Sponsor. 




M. Thompson, B. Koplon, E. Kush, K. Bryant, D. l^anippin, D. Hicks, Ur. Wil- 
cox, Dr. Gordon. 



ALPHA PSI OMEGA 



Those who work in all aspects of College Theatre earn the right 
to membership in Alpha Psi Omega, honorary dramatics frater- 
nity, signifying that they have not only appeared before the 



footlights, but also that they have given many long hours to tech- 
nical work behind the scenes. Officers are President, Art Hopper; 
Vice-President, Elliott Wright, and Secretary, Ethel Purcell. 







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PHI 

SIGMA 

IOTA 

OFFICERS 

President Elvin Hilyer 

Vice President Ann Arnold 

Secretary Allan Swafford 

Phi Sigma Iota is the honorary organization for 
students of the Romance Languages. The students 
give varied programs in this field of study. The 
sponsors are Dr. Myer and Dr. Hernandez. 



J. Woodham, B. Price, A. Arnold, J. Martin, J. Lewis 



ETA SIGMA PHI 



Eta Sigma Phi is an honorary fraternity recognizing scholar- 
ship in Latin and Greek. Each month this group has a supper 
meeting featuring a program on some aspect of the classics; 
guest speakers come from the college faculty and the Birmingham 
area, and programs have ranged from a collection of ancient 



coins to a discussion of the importance of classical study in 
modern British universities. The Birmingham-Southern chapter 
is especially fortunate to have the Executive Secretary of the na 
tional fraternity, Professor H. R. Butts as chapter advisor. 



Front Row: M. Hanson, W. Walker, M. Higgins, K. Kantargis, C. Clotfelter. Second Rou>: C. Johnson, G. Mosakowski, J. Parris, M. Wilson. 
Third Roiv: Dr. Butts, B. Tatum, L. Braswell, D. Kitchens, B. Fletcher, E. Wright. Fourth Roiv: B. Lester, H. Golson, J. Thompson, W. 
Randolph, J. Stooke. 





PHI 



CHI 



THETA 



Phi Chi Theta, a professional business fraternity, 
was installed at Birmingham-Southern College on 
March 29, 1958. The chapter was the outgrowth of 
The Toreadors Club which has been on the campus 
for twenty years in the field of economics, business 
administration, and secretarial studies. 

Officers are President, Marilyn Smith; Vice-Presi- 
dent, Riedel West; Secretary, Wendy Walker; and 
Treasurer, Virginia Wilson. 



First Roiv: V. Wilson, Mrs. Ellen Walker, R. West. 
Second Row: S. Lampkin, R. Griffin, B. Burnett. 
Third Row: S. Wekley, C. Anthony, C. Cannon. 
Fourth Rmv: C. Cuttle, M. Douglas, J. Johnson, M. 
Giddens. 



AMAZONS 



Amazons, an organization composed of three outstanding 
women from each of the six sororities on campus, has had a 
successful year. Fall quarter this group introduced Miss Southern 
Accent to the student body at an all-campus coffee. They wel- 
comed new sorority initiates into the Greek world with a coffee 



winter quarter and closed the year with a bridge party for all 
sorority women on campus. 

Officers were Penny Moore, President; Sara Ann Statom, Vice- 
President; and Barbara Neely Secretary-Treasurer. 



Citting: A. Arnold, C. Clotfelter, J. Smith, H. Barnes, S. A. Statom. Standing: C. Manasco, J. Cook, B. Strain, P. Moore, D. MueUer, J. 
Renshaw, D. Weems. 





RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS 



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First Rowi: M. Smyth, C. Boze, J. A. Lewis, P. Virciglio, C. Clotfelter. Second Rotv: E. Hilyer, E. Mc Williams, H. Golson, J. Stooke, A. 
Armstrong, N. Lacy. 



RELIGIOUS COUNCIL 



The Religious Council, made up of the president and another 
elected member from each campus religious organization, spon- 
sors the all-campus religious activities — Religious Emphasis 
Week, Morning Watch, Dorm Devotionals, redecoration of the 
Chapel, and the spring retreat. 

Connie Boze is President; Jim Stooke, Vice-President; Jo Ann 
Lewis, Secretary; and Johnny Andrews, Treasurer. Members 



are: BSU, Jim Stooke, Marlene Smyth; Canterbury — Anne 
Armstrong, Nelson Lacy; Price Fellowship — Johnny Andrews, 
Elvin Hilyer; Ministerial Association — Bobby Wingard, Bud 
Precise; Newman Club — Jack Mittendorf, Pauline Virciglio; 
MSM — Henry Golson, Carol Clotfelter; Westminster Fellow- 
ship — Jo Ann Lewis, Elise McWilliams, Sponsor, Dr. J. Ralph 
Jolly. 



PRICE FELLOWSHIP 



Price Fellowship is an interdenominational service organiza- 
tion. This year the group became chartered as an official campus 
organization. 

Members have visited the Girls' Industrial School, Downtown 
Missions, the city jail, rest homes for the aged, the Crippled 
Children's Clinic and the Tuberculosis Sanatorium. They pre- 



sented varied worship programs and social entertainment. 

Leading the group for 1958-59 have been Johnny Andrews, 
President; John Slaughter, Vice President; Inez Thomas, Secre- 
tary; Larry Sharpe, Devotional Chairman; Margaret House, 
Publicity Chairman; and Mr. Charles Prestwood as faculty 
advisor. 



Front Row: Johnny Andrews, A. Lipscomb, M. Cisco, M. Yarbrough, S. Cardwell, J. Gober, C. Ford, M. Douglas, B. Rutherford, S. England, 
J. Howell. Second Rote: M. House, K. Dial, B. Phillips, I. Thomas, A. Caulden, L. Roelem, J. Lewis, M. Wilkerson, S. Lewis, B. Scruggs. 
Third Rote: J. Mann, C. Reynolds, J. Rav, J. Slaughter, E. HUyer, E. McWilliams, B. Self, B. Evans, L. Chandler, R. Lawler, R. Boyer, 
B. Price. 



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First Roiv: B. Wingard. D. Kitchens, E. Hilyer, A. Lipscomb, L. Sharp. Second Rotv: C. Remolds, S. Moreno, B. Tatuni, J. Raines, B. R. 
Phillips, J. Andrews, J. Abbott, C. Ellis, J. Thompson. Third Rotv: B. Gunn, G. Dunbar, B. Gunn, M. Morris, S. Mann, J. Westenburger, 
B. Howard, C. GiUiean, O. Clark, W. Randolph. 



MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 



OFFICERS 

President Robert Wingard 

Vice-President Cranford Johnson 

Secretary Dan Kitchens 

Treasurer Elvin Hilyer 

Social Chairman Andy Lipscomb 

Program Chairman Johnny Andrews 



The Ministerial Association seeks to make a place for pre- 
theological students of all denominations on Southern's campus 
by providing a program that will encourage them in their pur- 
suit of an education and will help them to better minister to 
the spiritual needs of people. 

At their Tuesday night meetings they have had outstanding 
programs. Bishop Bachman Hodge of the North Alabama Con- 
ference of the Methodist Church opened the year with an address 
to the theologs on the things he would do if he had his career as 

a minister to live over again. Other programs included a pres- 
entation of slides on the Classical lands by Dr. 0. C. Weaver, a 
discussion of the plight of the Southern minister led by Mr. 
Charles Prestwood, a fall banquet featuring Mr. Alan Montgom- 
ery as speaker, and a talk by Dr. Frank Cross on the Dead 
Sea Scrolls. 

The members of the Ministerial Association participate weekly 
in the morning devotions at the Goodwill Industries in Ensley. 




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Every second and fourth Tuesday evening Methodist students 
gathered for supper meetings of the Methodist Student Move- 
ment. Along with its continuous emphasis on a deepening fellow- 
ship, MSM emphasized the keeping of spiritual growth in step 
with intellectual development. 

These emphases have taken shape in the many activities of the 
year, which include: The Wesley Players' quarterly productions, 
the MSM Choir. Deputation teams to Georgia Tech and Howard, 



weekly study breaks in the Cellar participation in the State MSM ; 
Conference, and unique programs. Two of the year's highlights 
were the Early American camp meeting and a talk by Norman 
Cousins, Editor of the Saturday Review of Literature. 

President, Henry Golson; Vice-President, Margie Mills; Sec- 
retary. Martha Rose Hanson; Treasurer, Qark Boddy; and Fac- 
ulty Advisor, Dr. Robert Kites have worked with a group of 
nearly thirty officers to carry out MSM's program. 




The Wesley Players in Henri Gheon's 
Christmas in the Market-Place. 




Dinner on the grounds at the Early American camp meeting. 




First Rote: G. Gantaus, J. Mittendorff, J. Daly, P. Virciglio, M. A. Tomburello, J. Marino, L. 
Costa. Second Rote: D. Melof, C. Meyercord. 



NE WMAN 
CLUB 

The Newman Club is an organiza- 
tion for the Catholic student on cam- 
pus. Business meetings, socials, dis- 
cussion groups, and Communion Sun- 
days comprise the activities of the 
Newman Club. Newmanites are al- 
lowed to hold their own convocations 
during Religious Emphasis Week. 
This year B.S.C.'s chapter of the New- 
man Club participated in the first an- 
nual regional convention at Tusca- 
loosa along with Florence State, Ala- 
bama State, Howard and the Univer- 
sity of Alabama. 

OFFICERS 

President .... J. Mittendorff 
Vice-President . . . . D. CuTLIFF 
Secretary .... P. VmciGLlo 
Treasurer J. Daly 

Advisor . . Father Leo Mueller 



CANTERBURY CLUB 



The Canterbury Club is the official organization of the Episco- 
pal students of Southern's campus. It seeks to enrich the student's 
life spiritually as well as socially. The Canter'bury Club meets 
every Tuesday morning in Stochom Woman's Building for a 
program of inspiration and fellowship consisting of speakers, 
student talks, and discussions. A fellowship supper is planned 
for one night a month. 



Projects and activities of the Canterbury Club for the past 
year have included corporate communion services, dinner meet- 
ings and socials, study groups, and an all-campus spaghetti sup- 
per. Membership in the Canterbury Club is open to all Episco- 
palians in the College and to others who share its purpose and 
desire membership. 



First Rmv: A. Arnold, L. Buchi, J. Camp, IV. Lacy, Religious Council Representative; J. Sullivan, Secretary-Treasurer; C. Thomason, Vice- 
President; A. Armstrong, President; J. McConnell, C. Ramsey, L. Payne. Second Roiv: C. Connor, F. Sibert, W. Smith, K. Henkell, J. 
Wilkerson, G. Richardson, B. Hicks, P. Reynolds. 






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Firsf floir: P. Engle, J. Watwood, J. A. Lewis, K. Dial, L. Clopton, C. Thomas, M. L. Wilkerson. Second Row: B. Neeh, L. Chandler, H. 
Mabr>, J. Mills, M. J. Shockley. Third Rotv: E. McWilliams, G. Teal, C. Portis, T. J. Wolfe, D. Baldwin. Fourth Rote: C. Hurst, B. Duffer, 
P. McCain, D. Peterson. 

WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP 



Westminster Fellowship is the organization for Presbyterian 
students on campus. The group meets Friday mornings at 10:00 
in Waters Chapel; speakers are students and outstanding Pres- 
byterian ministers and youth leaders. Supper meetings are held 
every second Tuesday night to promote fellowship and provide 



the group with a variety of programs. Officers are Jo Ann Lewis, 
President; Marion Stephens, Vice-President; Kay Dial, Treas- 
urer; Larry Ann Clopton, Secretary; and Sponsor is Mrs. Ellen 
Walker. 



First Rotv: D. Rutherford, M. Smvth, B. Ogles lev, M. Mullins, P. Roberts, J. Stooke. Second 
Row: G. Beall, M. Kite. Third Rote: E. Myers, R. Lawler. Fourth Rote: H. Smith, C. Orr, A. 
Mott, B. Strain, C. Sutlle. Fifth Rote: L. Deemer, A. Gaulden. Sixth Rote: A. Marlow. Seventh 
Rote: D. Beyer, S. Salemi, D. Lee, W. Kinney. 




BAPTIST 
STUDENT 

UNION 

Every Tuesday at ten o'clock 
B.S.U. meets to carry out its full 
program. Activities for this year 
included a dinner for new Baptist 
freshmen, spaghetti suppers, and 
State Conventions. 

State President of B.S.U. from 
Southern this year is Tom Heam 
and State B.S.U. Editor is John 
Martin. Local officers are Presi- 
dent, Jim Stooke ; First Vice-Presi- 
dent, Marlene Smith ; Second Vice- 
President, Ann Mott; Third Vice- 
President, Larry Deemer. 



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REVEALING A WELL BALANCED 



ATHLETIC PROGRAM . . . 




During the greater part of the history of the 
institution, students have had little restrictions as 
to their games and sports, hut in the early days, 
just as it is today, intercollegiate football was con- 
sidered impractical. The major emphasis was 
placed on baseball and tennis at that time and strict 
regulations were imposed. 

Since then many changes have been made in both 
the varsity program and the intramural program. 
With the development of fraternities and sororities, 
our intramural program grew into a program in- 
volving a variety of sports such as football, base- 
ball, volleyball, basketball, and swimming. And 
this eventually gave birth to our school-sponsored 
individual sports program. 

In the course of years, the baseball team and 
tennis team died away as our major sports and 
basketball has grown into their places. Depending 
on interest shown each year, the school has sup- 
ported various varsity teams, such as a tennis team, 
a swimming team and finally, the wrestling team. 

Instead of imposing restrictions on sports, the 
school's ultimate aim now is to maintain a well 
balanced athletic program which provides ample 
opportunity for student participation. 




PANTHERS 
1958-1959 



This year, with seven returning lettermen, the 
Birmingham-Southeni Panthers did not achieve the 
record that was expected of them. The cagers, how- 
ever, were almost unbeatable on their home court 
and finished with a 13-12 record. 

In spite of the long, tough schedule that the team 
faced, the players gave it all they had, and this year 
eleven men were awarded a varsity basketball letter. 

Returning lettermen Andrews, Pickel, Yelverton, 
Stooke, Thompson, Clem, and Light got letters again 
this year, and Bryan, Waggoner, Hines, and Ro- 
chelle also received a 1958-1959 letter. 

With five lettermen leaving, the prospects for 
next year look uncertain, but we will be able to 
depend on the six remaining lettermen to do their 
best. They may surprise us. 



A word of encouragement, and Coach Burch sends the team out with 
determination to keep their lead. 



First Rote: John Thompson, Jim Stooke, Bill Andrews, Harold Pickel, Laney Yelverton, Bill Bryan, Jabbo Waggoner, Glen Clem. Second ] 
Row: Larry Hinds, Mason Morris, IVorman Glass, Tom Light, Marvin Rochelle, Louis Sims, Jim Bailey. 




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'Panther" team-mates, Yeherton, Thompson, and Stooke, are alert to take advantage, as a Huntingdon player looses the ball. 



The pre-game "warm up" is a familiar sight to Southern fans. 




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Opponent 


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. . Marion Institute . 


. 47 


72 


. . Huntingdon College . 


. 54 


72 


. Louisiana State University 


. 79 


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. Southwestern-La. Institute 


. 103 


78 


. . Tulane University . 


. 95 


103 


. . . Athens College . . 


. 81 


69 


. . Catawba College . 


. 86 


59 


. . Stetson University . 


. 69 


45 


. . Huntingdon College . 


. 61 


87 


. Athens College . 


. 57 


65 


. Southwestern University 


. 55 


59 


. Florence State College 


. 68 


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. Memphis State College 


. 80 


56 


. . Delta State College . 


. 74 


94 


. Millsaps College 


. 71 


73 


. Mississippi College . 


. 83 


68 


Florence State College 


. 63 


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. . Mississippi College . 


. 94 


80 


. . Millsaps College . 


. 50 


63 


. Southwestern University 


. 67 


56 


. Lambuth College . 


. . 54 


61 


. Lambuth College . 


. 54 


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. University of the South 


. . 63 


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. Jacksonville State College 


. 67 


46 


. University of the South 


. . 48 




Laney Yelverton sinks a shot to help defeat Southwestern. 



Coach Burch checks our fouls with Manager Chris Stevenson and Scorekeeper Pat Daugherty. 





Southern cagers intently watch an exciting play from the bench. 



Jabbo Waggoner adds a re-bound to the BSC talley in the Southwest- 
ern game. 





Tom Light shoots for Southern. 



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The 1958-1958 WRESTLING TEAM — First Ron-. Dan Kitchens, Martin Kite, John Culverhonse, Bud Precise, Rodger Head, Howard Smith. 
Second Rotv: Eddie George, Elvin Hilyer, Teddy Mileski, Bob Gay, John Putmnian, Jack PhilHps. 

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1958-1959 

WRESTLING TEAM 

This year 'Southern's wrestling team finished its 
second year of existence without a win, but although 
the team didn't win, they showed a great spirit and 
should be commended for sticking with it. 

Several of the team members won their own 
matches and will be returning lettermen next year. 
Those who received a varsity wrestling letter were 
Jack Phillips, John Putman, Elvin Hilyer, Eddie 
George, Martin Kite, John Culverhouse, Dan Kitch- 
ens, and Bob Gay. 



With the interest at 'Southern building up as it has this 
past year, we can soon look forward with a brighter out- 
look. 




Tension mounts in the crowd as "Southern's Bob Gay and a Sewanee 
grappler prepare to wrestle. 



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In an exciting moment, John Culverhouse struggles to keep from being pinned. 



'Southern Opponent 

10 . Alabama Polytechnic Institute . 23 

. University of Chattanooga . . 16 

. Emory University ... 20 

. University of the South . . 24 

Alabama Polytechnic Institute . 15 

. University of the South . . 28 

. Appalachian State College . . 40 



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THE TEAM and Coach Mason help an injured team-mate in the Appa- 
lachian meet. 

'SOUTHERN FANS «atch in excitement as big Jack Phillip* snuggles with a Sewanee grappler. 



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Head Cheerleader, Marilyn Smith. Left to Right: Ginger Wilson, Sherill Lamppin, Tommie Jane Wolfe, Carolyn Ferrell, Pat Green, and 
Linda Motley. 



SOUTHERN'S 
CHEERLEADERS 

One of the greatest examples of school spirit at 
Southern could be seen in our seven lovely cheerlead- 
ers, led by head cheerleader Marilyn Smith. These 
girls deserve thanks for their work in stimulating 
school spirit, in developing new cheers, and in helping 
to guide visiting teams around campus. 




'Southern students and faculty members came to the games with 
enthusiasm for their team. 




THE MEN'S INTRAMURAL COUNCIL 



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Seated: J. Biddle, Coach Battle. Standing: B. Bryan, E. George, O. Clark, D. Cutcliff, D. Rayeraft, J. Slaughter, L. Hines, N. Glass, J. 
Stooke, C. Wilson. 



Under the leadership of Coach Bill Battle as director 
of intramurals, the Men's Intramural Council prepares 
the schedule for the intramural program, and formulates 
the regulations which govern it. The council is composed 
of representatives from each of the groups which partici- 
pate in intramurals. 



Emphasis is placed on a varied type of program in 
which hundreds of students may participate in some way. 
Such sports as touch football, volleyball, basketball, 
swimming, ping-pong, paddleball, badminton, tennis and 
Softball, serve to feed the competitive spirit of many, and 
the winners are given cups and medals. 



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The ATO football champions score one of their winning touchdowns 



Bodie Cole — Ping-Pong Champion 





Johnny Martin stepped up as badminton champ by defeating Johnni 
Biddle. 



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The swimming relay competition always causes excitement! 




Bobby Wingard, ATO^ — Paddleball Champion 
In spite of stiff SAE and Theta Chi competition the ATO's won the swim trophy for the ninth time. 





Wallace Craddick of the ATO basketball champions scores a point against the SAE's. 

The All-Star football team — the selected best from 'Southern's intramural football. 




THE WOMEN'S INTRAMURAL COUNCIL 



The Women's Intramural Council is 
responsible for setting up schedules 
and regulations for the women's intra- 
mural sports. 

Fall quarter the women's "Dust 
Bowl" was added as participants bat- 
tled fiercely in a game of touch foot- 
ball. 

This year the efforts of the Intra- 
mural Council have been directed to- 
ward increased participation in the 
women's intramural program. The pro- 
gram includes volleyball, badminton, 
basketball, ping-pong, swimming, soft- 
ball, and tennis. The comicil each year 
sets up the tournaments directed by 
managers of the various sports. Major 
changes have been made in the total 
program. The managers have worked 
closely with sorority and independent 
representatives to maintain the intra- 
mural program on a high plane of 
efficiency and good sportsmanship. 

Senior Manager . . Penny Moore 

Junior Manager . . . Linda Stokes 

Volleyball Manager . . Jerry Tatum 

Basketball Manager . Doris Wiseman 

Sivimming Manager . Harriet Barnes 

Tennis Manager 

ToMMiE Jane Wolfe 

Ping-Pong Manager 

Sarah Jo Cardwell 

Softball Manager . Carolyn Suttle 




Front Roiv: Margie Hunter, Carolyn Suttle, Jerry Tatum, Penny Moore. Second Rmv: 
Dianne English, Barbara Strain. Third Rotv: Jackie Collins, Harriet Barnes. Fourth 
Rmv: Beverly Self, Doris Wiseman, Sarah Jo Cardwell. 




The undefeated KD volleyball champions score another win against the PiPhi's 



Connie Boze, ZTA, and Ann Owen, ZTA — Tennis doubles 
champions. 




Outstanding athlete Sara Jo Cardwell, TU, won the 
badminton singles championship. 



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Versatile athlete Connie Boze won the women's ping- 
pong championship. 




ZTA's Connie Boze and Ann Owen, the tennis champs also captured 
the badminton doubles championship. 



The Zeta's win the basketball championship after an action-packed game against the AOII's. 




REVEALING A CAMPUS LIFE 




FILLED WITH ACTIVITIES 




Students through the years have not been 
without their activities. Many tales could be 
told to lighten our history. A system of espi- 
onage prevailed in the early years of the 
school which was partly responsible for a lack 
of fellowship between faculty and students. 
Any surplus vitality which the boys had was 
worked off at the expense of the faculty. 

The hiding of professors' buggies was a 
stock joke and occasionally professors were 
locked in rooms by promising young students. 

Our early history is full of hair-breadth 
escapes from professors, foot races, vengeful 
pranks and April Fool escapades. 

Since that time, however, better faculty- 
student relations have stopped the persecution 
of professors. Although even now our student 
still has his pranks, imagination is used more 
frequently in our well planned all-campus 
activities. 



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WAS A TREMENDOUS 

SUCCESS 

Freshmen brought all their luggage to the 
dormitories, donned sports clothes, and eager- 
ly climbed into the busses, headed for Fall 
Camp. 

In the informal atmosphere of Camp Win- 
nataska, over four hundred new students 
along with faculty members and student lead- 
ers set dieir sights on a new year of college 
life. 

The success of the camp was evident in the 
enthusiasm with which everyone made friends, 
discussed problems, participated in folk 
games, and joined in worship. 

On Saturday night at the talent show spon- 
sored by the Triangle Club new students 
showed their talents at entertaining. As a 
means of orientating new students the camp 
proved invaluable. 



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Greedy campers gang up to gobble as Mr. Stanford gazes. 



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RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEK 

This year a favorable impression was made on 'Southern's stu- 
dents by The Right Reverend George M. Murray, a young, out- 
standing, and heartwarming Bishop of the Episcopal Church. They 
found him completely aware of the problems which confront a 
college student, and his sermons during the week, "For All of 
Life," "With All Thy Mind and Strength," "To Love and to Cher- 
ish," and "And Who Is Thy Neighbor," were well received. 

The Catholic and Jewish students had services of their own con- 
ducted by Father Eugene Mueller, and Rabbi Stamfer. 

The services, devotionals and discussion groups created sincere 
interest and increased ties of fellowship among students. 




BISHOP MURRAY addresses the student body at con- 
vocation. 



Father Eugene Mueller, Rabbi Nathaniel Stamfer, and Bishop George Murray greet Dr. Stanford and 
some students at their reception. 





"Southern's full choir is very popular and is open to all students. 




'SOUTHERN'S 
CHOIR 

Under the direction of Mr. Raymond Anderson, 
Southern's choir is a very necessary part of campus 
life. The beautiful anthems during Religious Empha- 
sis Week, the entertaining convocation programs, and 
the annual Christmas program are a few of the activi- 
ties which make the campus proud of the choir and 
the choir members. 

Because of its fine reputation the choir is enthusi- 
astically received by churches and schools on its an- 
nual choir trip. This year the choir toured north Ala- 
bama and southern Tennessee. 



Ginny Sue Trimble, Assistant, and Mr. Raymond Anderson. Choir 
Director. 




It is quite an honor to be chosen to represent the school in the Birmingham-Southern Touring Choir. 

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THE 

MR. HILLTOPPER 

SHOW 

Once more, this year the annual Mr. Hilltop- 
per show was presented to 'Southern students by 
the Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority. For more than 
fifteen years this variety show has brought out 
some of 'Southern's best entertainers. 

The candidates for Mr. Hilltopper are select- 
ed by each of the sororities and fraternities, and 
the final choice is made by the audience at the 
performance. The announcement of Mr. Hill- 
topper of 1959 — Art Hopper, was made at the 
dance following the program. 

All of the proceeds from the show are given 
to the AOPi's National philanthropic project, the 
Social Service Department of the Frontier Nurs- 
ing Service in Kentucky. 



MR. HILLTOPPER (Art Hopper) with his wife is seated bv Judy Cook and 
Linda Stokes of AOPi. 




Thirteen candidates were nominated by various groups on campus^ 
Quartet from PiKA gives out with a tune. 





For SAE, Miss Larry Ann Clopton sings one of Ben 
Price's compositions. 



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Filled with school "spirit", the ATO quartet sings our Alma 
Mater — Hillbilly style. 




CATS PAW 



Vice President Johnnv Biddle gives the winners' trophies to Harold Pickel (KA) and Leiser 
Chandler (Pi Phi). 



The field was open for any type stunt this year, but satire 
remained king. National and local topics (from the Waters 
Chapel sign to "dahling" Tallulah) were conscientiously 
distorted and satirized. 

The winning KA-Pi Phi skit had excellent character rep- 
resentation — from the poetry spouting Dean (Harold 
Pickel) to boisterous Pearl (Betty Scruggs) of the Book 
Store (Seethin' Saloon). The Theta Chi-A Chi skit won 
second place with a "You Are There" theme, and the 
PiKA-AOPi skit was third with a well-staged take-off on 
Anthony and Cleopatra. 




John Woodham acts as commentator on the Theta Chi-AChiO, 
"You Were There" skit. 




The KA's and the Pi Phi's teamed up to entertain us with their "Saga of Seething Saloon". 

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Dr. Stanford's travel abroad is made fun of by the LXA-Independent Women Skit. 

The KD's and Independent Men use their best talent — sleeping. 



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"The Cherry Orchard" is the story of a mort- 
gage, beautiful trees, and a proud landowner. The 
story revolves around the threat that tlie land may 
be sold to pay the debt. Finally the land is sold at 
public auction to a peasant who has become rich in 
industry, and the family of Lyubov Andreyeuna 
depart to begin their lives anew. 

The cast included Helen Roberts, Art Hopper, 
Rayford Taylor, Marian Martin, Pat Ellisor, Don 
Simmons, Pat King, Gordon Tatum, John Kitchens, 
Martha Bierwiler, Jim Crotwell, Britt Leach and 
Tom Reeves. 

The play was directed by Arnold F. Powell, the 
technical director was Thor Stiff and the costumes 
were designed by Merla Higgins. 



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The cast included Linda Clark, Teresa Rinaldi, Bar- 
bara Gibbs, Marian Martin, Kay Dial, Virginia Wilson, 
David McDaniel, Bill Pattie, Britt Leach, Rayford Tay- 
lor, Jack Mann, Don Simmons, Gordon Tatum, David 
Head, Judy Kulberg, Helen Braswell, Charlotte Run- 
yans, Fran Sivert, Pat King, Sara Mac Johnson, Jane 
Gerhardt, Pat Ellisor, Jean Galloway, Jackie Turner, 
Corrinne Zylman, Ed Rush, Sam Simpson, Carl Pilgrim, 
Carolyn Orr, James Eaton and John Kitchens. Stuart 
Mims produced the play, Raymond Anderson was di- 
rector of music and Richard England was in charge of 
choreography. 



THE BOY FRIEND 

In England it would be called a "spoof"; here the "Boy- 
friend" is better known as a "take-off" on the music, com- 
edy and life of the roaring Twenties. The scene is a fash- 
ionable girls' school in Nice. The story is about a poor little 
rich girl, Polly Browne, who finds her Prince Chamiing, 
Tony Brockhurst, disguised as a messenger boy. During a 
musical romance, Polly and Tony overcome various obsta- 
cles and all ends happily. 




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Allen Clark, '24 Jessie Bates, '41 

Allen Clark, Jr., '51 

2021 North 2nd Avenue 
ALpine 1-7171 



The Leader in 
MUSICAL 

INSTRUMENTS 




PIANOS ~ MUSIC - FURNITURE 

Forbes has served the muilt-lovinq public for over 69 Yean 

Birmingham Store, 1914 N. 4th Ave. 
Phone AL. 1-4154 



GOLDEN FLAKE 



POTATO CHIPS 





For more than fifty years, the name Acipco has been 
synonymous with quality cast iron pipe and fittings. To 
homes, to offices, factories, mills and plants throughout 
America, pipe manufactured by the American Cast Iron 
Pipe Company conducts liquids and gases vital to human 
well-being and industrial progress. Few other manufac- 
tured products serve so many basic needs so well ... or 
contribute, through their service, so much to the progress 
of our nation. 



Today, in addition to cast iron .pipe, the 
Iron Pipe Company produces centrifug 
tubing. Already, products manufactur. 
versatile steel cylinders serve 
industry. Hundreds of new a 
veloped. 

Acipco's program of aggressive 
engineering development, and 
of production facilities promises 
greater contribution of service to 
tomorrow. 



American Cast 



America's largest individual 
cast iron pipe foundry — 
now serving the notion and 
the world from Birmingham. 



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STEINWAY 

the instrument of the immortals 



Exclusive distributors of 



STEINWAY 
KIMBALL 



SOHMER 
LESTER 




2225 

1st Avenue 

North 



SEALS PIANO COMPANY 

'^'^Alabamas oldest piano house" 



Phone 
FA 2-1825 




:i MEXICAN FOODS — 



"TRY OUR FAMOUS 
MEXICAN DINNER" 

Telephone 
State 5-9337 

118 3r(l Avenue West 



TAYLOR 



GLASS 
COMPANY 



816 N. 19th Street 



Phone 
AL 4-3251 



LOVETT'S FLOWERS 

Bedding Plants 

Wedding Decorations 

Funeral Designs 

2150 Highland Avenue S. AL 1-6126 

Greenhouse: 630 6th Ave., S. W. AL 2-5117 



MYRICK 
PAN -AM SERVICE 

''Where Birmingham-Southern Students 
Are Always Welcome''' 

800 Graymont Avenue West 
ST 8-9250 



CONSTANTINE DRIVE-IN 



2800 Loinb Avenue 



Phone ST 6-2351 



TOM AND HIS FIVE SONS 



welcome you to enjoy 



THE SOUTH S FINEST FOODS 



CURB SERVICE 



TAKE-OUT SERVICE 



—Phone it in, 
Take it home 

'/4 favorite eating place of Southern's students" 



SNOWWHITE CLEANERS 



CLEANING • REPAIRING 



Pressing and Knit Blocking 



701 Tuscaloosa Avenue 



Phone ST 5-7622 



BIRMINGHAM 

FROZEN FOOD 

COMPANY 



L w L L A K o 

PHOTO FINISHING AND SUPPLIES 

Six Convenient Locations 
to Serve You — 





HOMEWOOD 


303 NORTH 20th 


2908 South 18th 


FA 2-4297 


TR 9-4811 


1022 let AVENUE N. 

FA 4-3445 


FIVE POINTS WEST 

2216 Bessemer Rd. 
ST 1-3111 


1808 3r(l AVENUE N 


FIVE POINTS SOUTH 


AL 2-4300 


2006 10th Avenue, S. 




FA 4-8875 



'Your Invitation to a Delicious Lunch" 

WAITE'S 

2101 7th Avenue South 
AL 1-9224 

A Complete Catering Service 






Barber^ 



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CR^ 



delight of the campus 



A&P 



FOOD 




STORES 




No Coffee at 

any price gives you 

more than A&PCOFFEE 



200 



ENGEL COMPANIES 

Over 50 Years of Complete Real 
Estate Service 

1921 1st AVENUE NORTH 
AL 2-0251 



COLLEGE STANDARD 
SERVICE STATION 



623 8th Avenue West 



HERE S TO THE QUEEN 




RED DIAMOND COFFEE 



THE SOUTHS FINEST 



COLLEGE HILLS CORNER 



COLLEGE HILLS 

REXALL 
DRUG STORE 

ST 5-4108 
737 8th Avenue W. 
W. E. WHITE, Ozvncr 



COLLEGE HILLS 
FOOD CENTER 

ST 8-0141 

735 8th Avenue West 

Charles W. and Aline Cutcliff 
Owners 



COLLEGE BARBER SHOP 

645 8th Avenue W. 



COLLEGE CLEANERS 

Established Since 1939 

72'^ 8th Avenue West 

ST 6-3245 

Howard L. Link - James A. Link 
Owners 



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LIBERTY NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 



AND 



BROWN -SERVICE INSURANCE COMPANY 



FRANK P. SAMFORD, President 



BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 



GULAS RESTAURANTS 

" Bir mi iiij ham's Finest" 



5 POINTS WEST 

ST 7-4688 
2210 BESSEMER RU. 



CRESTWOOD 

LY 2-9001 
7401 ATLANTA HIGHWAY 



5 POINTS WEST 

SOMBRERO iJRlVE-lN 
Across From Fair (irounds 



J. TRUETT PAYNE CO., INC. 

CHRYSLER 

PLYMOUTH 

IMPERIAL 



231 S. 22nd St. 



2029 3rd Ave., S. 



Biriiiinghani, Alabama 



SMITH JEWELERS, INC. 

10 Years Serving Western Section 
5 Points West Shopping City 



3215 AVENUE WEST, ENSLEY 
Phone ST 5-2634 



COLLEGE CAFETERIA AND BOOK STORE 

Favorite Campus Place For 



MEETING 



EATING 

GREETING 



ALABAMA 



PRODUCE 



COMPANY 



FOOD TOWN STORES 



8605 Ist Avenue, North, East Lake 



3217 Court V, Five Points, West 



700 North 19th Streeet, Bessemer 



dale's 
RESTAURANTS 

AMPLE PARKING 



DOWNTOWN 

DALES CELLAR 

1927 7th Ave. N. 
FA 2-2461 



HOMEWOOD 

DALE'S HIDEAWAY 

1907 28th Ave. S. 
TR 9-6791 



MAGIC DRIVE-IN CLEANERS, 
INC. 

'■^Makes Clothes BeautifuV 

SHIRTS • FLUFF DRY LAUNDRY 



Phone ST 8-3062 
615 8th Avenue West 



ALDRIDGE GARDEN SHOP 

GREENHOUSE FRESH FLOWERS 

plants • garden supplies - nursery stock - city wide delivery 

2109 Montgomery Highway 
TR 9-4625 



COSBY HODGES COMPANY 



1904 North 16th Street 



FA 2-8588 



TENNESSEE COAL AND IRON 



DIVISION 



OF THE 



UNITED STATES STEEL 
CORPORATION 



CHINESE AND AMERICAN COOKING 
"T/ie best in Food and Service''^ 

412 North 20lh 
AL 1-0371 



DANIEL CONSTRUCTION 

COMPANY, INC. 

OF ALABAMA 



VILLA RESTAURANT 

ITALIAN AND AMERICAN CUISINE 
501 North 19th Street 

FA 2-9159 



Compliments of 

COWGILL DRUG 
COMPANY 




Compliments of 



JOE'S 
RANCH 
HOUSE 




FEINEFIELD AND GREEN, 
INC. 



"For the ISewest In 
Fashions'" 



2402 Montevallo Road 
TR 9-4062 



MOUNTAIN BROOK, ALABAMA 



WATERS FLORISTS 

Across From West End Hospital 

705 Tuscaloosa Avenue 
ST 7-4665 



WOLFE'S 



FEMININE APPAREL 



ALABAMA BY-PRODUCTS 
CORPORATION 



The South's Leading Commercial Producer of 



COAL - COAL CHEMICALS - COKE 



First National Building 



Phone AL 2-5171 



BIRMINGHAM 



BIRMINGHAM 



SLAG 

DIVISION 



OF 

VULCAN 

MATERIALS 



ROYAL 



CUP 



COFFEE 



GOODYEAR TIRE 

AND 
RUBBER 

COMPANY 



LINE MATERIAL INDUSTRIES 
McGRAW- EDISON COMPANY 



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