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, in ■; exhibit their open* 
Handedness oy allowing complete 
freedom of speech — relatively 
c freedom of speech. Just 

di hold an opposing view. If 
,ycn do, it is because you are young, 
and immature. 

Weil, thank God you are young 
and immature. Be thankful you 
h ve not yet acquired the narrow- 
mindedness and bigotry that your 
elders have acquired in their years 
of experience. Be thankful you 
have not yet sold out to the estab- 
lishment. Be thankful you still 
"Tell it like it is," and have not yet 
learned to talk in the language of 
the politician who uses cliches and 
double-talk. v . 

And, if you're lucky, if you sur- 
vive these four years with your 
dreams and ideals intact, you might, 
you just might, have a chance to 
help this country. If you don't, 
who will? 



Barbarella 



Students Cited As Dangerous 



This incident calls to mind 
once again that famous say- 
ing, "Never trust a pregnant 
elephant. " 



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Stomp Out Student Violet 
Dixieland Jazz 



rime Out, Tigers Edgin Out Of Order 
Tigers Stop N.C. State 



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The Vogue 
To Replace 
4 Seasons 




Rat System Is Enforceable Intramural 

"I Bleiv If " 

33BIIBM Hoffman Castigate 
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Opinions expressed on .the editorial page 
are those of the individual writer, excepting 



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For Proper Conduc 



Br sketball 1 968 - Action 




Taps Records All 
ich Parts Of CU Life 



Nixon Wins Easily 




ear Of The Quarterback 



Mayor Daley 

Fred Morris retains title of 
"Mr. Conservative" by defending 
Mayor Daley on page 2. 



drix Score Students Storm Town 

After Wild Panty Raid 



Student Riot 




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"John— I don't know exactly how to tell you — 
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Test The Tiger 

By BANJIE NARISHE 



SENCONEE 



Cheerleader Crave Cheery is shown being 
arrest sentence handed down recently by Bill 



lor Cheery's obscenities. He currently lies in his room in 



students administered him a sound beating foi 
scoundrel. 



agged to his room to serve a room 
epuss' High f ourt of the Inquisition 



his deplorat 



coma after these irate 
conduct. Fie on the 



iillivan Play CDA Defends Prices 

! And Talent Selections 



he infirB^y has 
need a Mm\' of not a 

studentfe with comm 
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Hudsoii Bare, director. 
Jamn^B&t," said Ban 
we can keep all these sick 
tents out of the infirmary, 
give us more time to work 

those that really need 
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Panties 



Announces 




Dear Clemson Gentlemen: 

We loved the fine spirit 
you displayed Wednesday night 
at Manning Hall. Please try 
again. We'll greet you with 
open windows and handfuls of 
panties. Best of luck in fu- 
ture endeavors. 

Girls of Manning Hall 



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If An Age- Old Myth 



Deadline for entries in the 1968 Homecoming 

sn Contest is Noon, Oct. 4. Entry blanks are 
turned in to the Office of Student Affairs. 

sideration of all late entries should be sub- 
in person to Jeff O'Cain in TAPS Office or 

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FEATURES 
BEAUTIES 
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ACTIVITIES 
GREEKS 

ORGANIZATIONS 
HONORARY 
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ADMINISTRATION 
FACULTY 

CLASSES 

SENIORS 

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th brick ano>ste\l and white columns. 
She has forgotten that they should be red. 
She glitters of tin and cotton and crepe paper. 
She has a soul of dirt and grass and light. 
By her, we are loved. Wl jjjm 
She flaunts her temptuous secrets 
On an open market of young minds and lures them here 
To buy. 

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Birth is a many colored, costly accident. 

There is no time when it happens. 

Leaves fall then. 

Its mother parades 

In the gaudy colors of a Clemson school spirit . . 

A new blood clings to her busom. 

Their f >ar of being sterile is masked 

Behind drange and purple and tigers paws. 

Confus^K leads^H Hftmaze of nowheres. 

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They have had leaves fall on them before 
The sound of time eroding 
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A secret flashes, 

And her breast heaves in the light. 

She smiles. 

Her busom smells of shallow thoughts, 

But in her eyes is truth. 

A drink machine lies. 

A bed becomes a friend. 

Smoke curls. 

Blood flows. 

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Snow melts on skin of dead weeds. 

New life sleeps in dirt of done leaves. 

Did a tiger die? 

A night visitor brought her green leaves. 

Among them the new-born frolick. 

Dew sparkles on their smiles. 

They are seduced by her rhythmic cycle. 

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Another price is paid 

Another fool is born. 

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Down a spiraling river, 
We float on accidents of our place. 
Through a maze of nowheres, 
We see ourselves in space. 




Everything is everywhere. 
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Coed screaming. 

This is a section of memories. 

Unseen moon-sides of conscious past 

that fall into our mind's place like 

scrambled photographs on a polished 

table. 

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Master-planned campuses. 

Cold ecstasy hugs. 

Dead flag waving. 

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URGENTLY WANTED 

MIDDLE GUARDS OFFENSIVE END 
TO PLAY IN CLEMSON-DUKE GAME 
OCTOBER 19, 1968 ON IPTAY FIELD, 
contact FRANK |5| 

BOOK STORE ; CANTEEN , LAUNDRY ; CLEMSON HOUSE. 
FIELD HOUSE OR ANY LOCAL COKE MACHINE 
ON OR BEFORE SAT. OCT. 19, 1968 
FULL SCHOLORSHIPS GUARANTEED 
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY 
MUST BRING OWN EQUIPMENT 
MUST BE DEDICATED AS HELL 



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Red alpacas caressed by silence 

white crystals. 

Us-chemistry, chemistry us. 

Empty cups and full eyes. 

Bible-Belt sex. 

Without yesterdays, life is only one 

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Dining hall soul. 

Arab journalism. 

Truth, justice, beauty, straight backs, 

and guidons. 

Sorority symbols. 

Editorial images of frozen light find 

room in special closets. They are 

proportioned in relative lengths from 

the truth and each other. 





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Levied genius, Bucky. 

Kiss and no-kiss. 

Tigerama stars. 

Memories are great things that we 

touch. Small things touch us. 



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Egg on head. 

Rain in face. 

Mind on bed. 

Stride in pace. 

Time makes things kinder and 

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Red, white and white. 

Good cross burning. 

Good flag carrying. 

Good date. 

Different strokes for different folks 

We remember; the U.S.A. is good 





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Speed muscle. 
Ticket vigil. 
Girl letter. 
Psychedelic dollar. 
Memories of competition 
compete. 




Dan's concrete telephone. 

Buck's black special. 

El's secret smile. 

Tiger's ape planet. 

In our faces we bring out the moon's 

hidden places. 




Alcohol clowned. 

Privates pledged. 

Sand duned. 

Spring sported. 

Memories are open fields sown in 

people-puppet seeds. 





Deputy dogs duty. 
Pencil-in-hand exhaustion. 
Rome-shadowed canteen courting 
Football-fanned working. 
The tasks before us are memories 
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Rat-packed in pure freshman oil. 

Painted lady faced. 

Dead weight fingered. 

Mass body rugbied and sun- 

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Wet and fogged and falling down. 
Palmetto leaved and elvin cloaked, 
Disciples of student power. 
Memories never end, even memories 
of endings. 



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FANS 



Fans ... the faithful, the fanatics . . . filling the 
stands every week . . . following their Tigers . . . 
students, alumni, admirers, adversaries . . . husbands, 
wives, dates, drunks . . . heels, hats, furs, and flasks 
. . . enduring sunburn, aching feet, cold, and rain . . . 
relishing every moment of their discomfort . . . true 
lovers of gridiron action . . . fans. 



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CHEERLEADERS 




C-L-E-M . . . Another practice this week? . . . 
What trampoline? . . . Go, TIGERS ... we don't 
know that one, Charlie Brown . : . road trips . . . 
T-l-G . . . "v" for victory . . . Rip 'em up . . . Con- 
federate flag in Maryland's stands! ? . . . mud, 
umbrellas, paint, and smiles . . . two bits, four bits 
. . . pep rallies, pooling, parties, and a tricycle . . . 
bands, busses, bruises, and booze . . . "that the 
Tiger's roar may echo o'er the mountain's height.'' 



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SENIOR ATHLETES 



Baseball 




Bill Bonekat Reed Watson 

Buster Smith Larry Whitfield 



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Kit Jackson Tom Murrell 

Tom Leonard Jim Taylor 




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Billy Ammons George Burnett J.mmy Catoe Ronnie Ducworth Buddy Gore Jackie Jackson Richie Luzzi Wayne Mulligan 

Gary Arthur John Cagle Barry Cockfield Richard Gamck Charlie Hook Joe Lhotsky Riley McLane Lee Rayburn 

Mike Locklair Benny M.chael Billy Ware 



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Ken Jones Steve Player 



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BLOCK C 

With the earning of a letter, and the initiation 
athletes become members of Block "C" Club. Once 
in, they help with sales of programs at basketba 
and football games, and bumper stickers on campus. 
All this helps not only members but the spirit of 
students at Clemson. 



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Albers, R. 
Bell, R. 
Bonekat. H. 
Bray, R. 
Burgner, G. 



Cam, S. 
Carroll, J. 
Catoe, E. 
Cockfield, J. 
Coll.ns E. 



Collins, R. 
Cooper, C. 
Craig. R. 
Cropp, W. 
Dawes. A. 



Eskew. J. 
Faer. M. 
Garick, R. 
Goldfarb. A. 
Gore, A. 





Sleilton, W. Smith, K. 

Smith, E. Smith, M. 



Taylor, J. 
Tolley. C. 



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COACHING STAFF 

Offense 



WHITEY JORDAN 
Head Offensive Coach 

ART BAKER 

Offensive Backfield Coach 

LARRY BECKIH 
Offensive End and 
Flanker Coach 





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BOB SMITH 

Head Defensive Coach 

BANKS McFADDEN 
Defensive Backfield Coach 

BOB JONES 
Defensive End and 
Tackle Coach 



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1968 CLEMSON VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM. FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Larry Lawson, Jackie Smith. Henry Chastam. Roger Hayes, Ron 
Miller. Jimmy Catoe. Barry Cockfield, John Fulmer. George Ducworth, Ronnie Milan, Gary Compton, Jim Ruffner, Lee Rayburn, Richie Luzzi, Jimmy 
Barnette. John Shields. Billy Ware, Bob Craig, Paul Sh.sh. Ray Yauger. SECOND ROW: Ronnie Cauthen, Josh Collins. Larry Bell, Tom Talmage, Bob 
Werblm. Bobby Jamison. Charlie Cauble. Billy Ammons, Tom English, James Tompkins, George Burnett, Gary Arthur, Benny Michael, Lee Haddock, 
Allison McDamel, Dale Henry. Mickey Norris, Doug Foushee, Greg McClure, Randy Harvey, Bob Bell. THIRD ROW: Rick Eyler, Jewell McLaurin, Earl 
Gilstrap, Dean Haledj.an, Sammy Cam. Chuck Werner. Jack King. Jackie Lee Jackson. Charlie Hook. Buddy Gore, Richard Garick, Mike Locklair. 
John Cagle. Dave Korman.cki. Oscar Carter, Jack Jackson, John Mikanis. Larry Sadowski. Hank Irelan, Connie Wade, Perry Waldrep. FOURTH ROW: 
Jack Anderson, Sonny Cassady, Don Wiggins. B. B. Elvington, Ronnie Ducworth, Mike Funderburk, Bruce Jenkins, Ben Watson, Charlie Waters, Larry 
Hefner, Thorny Smith, Joe Lhotsky, Phil Strayer, Dave Thompson, Rick Medlm, Grady Burgner. John Scott. Ivan Southerland, Ronnie Hinson. FIFTH 
ROW: Charlie Tolley. Wayne Brimer, Wesley Eidson, Bill Harrelson, Fred Milton. Steve Lewter, Wayne Mulligan. Jim Dorn, Neil Pendry, Gary Engstrom, 
Bill Grayson. Charlie Caldwell, John Howell, Jim Sursavage, Bill Hall, Steve Johnson, Bill Mays, Jeff Moore, Mark Kelly, John Roberts. 



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GENE WILLIMON 

Assistant Athletic Director 

BILL McLELLAN 

Assistant Athletic Director 

Scouting Team Coach 

BOB BRADLEY 

Sports Information Director 

FRED CONE 

Chief Recruiter 

BOBBY LONG 

Assistant Recruiter 




RICK ROBBINS 
Academic Advisor 
DR. JUD HAIR 
Team Physician 
DR. JIM BOWERS 
Associate Team Physician 
FRED HOOVER 
Head Trainer 
HERMAN McGEE 
Equipment Manager 



HEAD COACHES 




Football 



TOM BASS 

Head Freshn 

Coach 

BOBBY ROBERTS 

Head Basketball Coach 

BILL WILHELM 

Baseball Coach 

P. WEE GREENFIELD 

Head Track and 

Cross Country Coach 



DUANE BRULEY 
Head Tennis Coach 
C. O. CASKEY 
Golf Coach 
CARL McHUGH 
Head Swimming Coach 
IBRAHIM M. IBRAHIM 
Head Soccer Coach 



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SPORTS HONORS 



TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT: JOHN CAGLE, AII-A'CC Football 
Miami's North-South Game, Drafted by Boston Patriots 
Senior. RONNIE DUCWORTH, AII-ACC Football, Senior 
JOE LHOTSKY, AII-ACC Football. State Blocking Trophy 
Jacob's Blocking Trophy, Senior. MIDDLE: JIMMY CATOE 
AII-ACC Football, Miami's North-South Game, Senior. MARK 
RUBICH, AII-ACC Soccer, All-South Soccer, Senior. ROGER 
COLLINS, All-American Track, Junior. BUDDY GORE, AII- 
ACC Football, Senior. BOTTOM: BUTCH ZATEZALO, ACC 
Scoring Champion, Junior. WAYYNE MULLIGAN, East-West 
Shrine Game, Hula Bowl, Drafted by St. Louis Cardinals, 
Senior. FRANK SCHMIDT, All-South Soccer, Senior. 





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Clemson 20 

Wake Forest 20 




Defense — the name of the game — after three 
great years, a new quarterback must appear some- 
where. 

The Deac's kickoff ... a Wake fumble ... a 
Tiger score . . . two Deacon scores . . . then a 
Waters' touchdown ... a Wake touchdown and 
the battle is brought to the Gentlemen. 

The Tigers take the ball seventy-one yards in 
thirteen plays. 

There is subdued elation in a tie . . . can a 
struggling Tiger escape the grasping jaws of the 
Georgia Bulldog? 



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Georgia 



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A national ranking, a winning tradition, a good 
coach . . . Georgia. 

A will to win, a fighting spirit, an unproven 
team . . . Clemson. 

Georgia scores twenty-two, Clemson none . . . 
Halftime. 

Clemson comes back, but not before Georgia 
scores again. 

The telling story . . . Georgia's Bulldog defense 
. . . Georgia 3 I -Clemson I 3. 

There are no excuses, there are no tears, there 
is work to be done ... to make a "wreck" of Tech. 



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Clemson 21 

Georgia Tech 24 





The Tigers invade Georgia for the second con- 
secutive week ... we score first . . . Yauger smashes 
across from the ten . . . but Tech demands attention 
. . . The Rambling Wreck leads 10-6 at halftime. 

The spirited Tigers score in the third period . . . 
Tech scores twice in the fourth . . . Tech wins 24-21 
. . . the jinx of Grant continues . . . but barely . . . 
a beaten team that would not die ... a beaten 
team that was not beaten . . . that did not die . . . 
the War Eagle flutters in flight. 




Clemson 
Auburn 




Another Southeastern Conference team this week 
... the Tigers against Auburn . . . Homecoming in 
the Hills . . . coaches, players, students, and alumni 
are starved for a win. 

The first half is heartening ... the War Eagles 
are held to 37 yards offensively and no points . . . 
but the Tigers of Clemson only manage three points 
in the first half ... the War Eagle prevails over 
the Tiger for the eighth straight time, 21-10 . . . 
a defeated Tiger starves a little longer ... a 
heckling Blue Devil sharpens his fork wistfully. 




Clemson 
Alabama 




The Tide and the Tigers . . . this is Bear Country 
. . . the Baron and the Bear again face each 
other . . . the Tide rises quickly and early . . . Oh, 
for a defensive secondary! 

Gore and Yauger tie the score with their TD's 
in the second and third quarters ... a fourth 
quarter Clemson fumble proves very costly . . . the 
Tide wins 24-21 . . . "Our boys played another fine 
game." . . . but there is little time . . . the Wolf- 
pack is fiercely proud . . . Can a half-starved Tiger 
conquer Wolf Country? 




Clemson 39 
Duke 22 



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A lean and hungry Tiger stalks his prey ... no 
sweet, satisfying taste of victory in four weeks . . . 
the defense proves the best offense . . . Gore has 
another great day . . . breaking the all-time Clem- 
son rushing record on his second carry . . . the 
outcome reveals Clemson's first victory of the sea- 
son 39-22 . . . the Tiger licks and cleans his paws 
. . . relishing victory . . . the Bear waits deep in 
his Alabama swamps. 




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The ACC Championship looms tantalizingly in 
the distance . . . The Tiger offense bogs deep in 
the Maryland mud — Gore is hurt — out for the rest 
of the game . . . the defense is indescribable in 
this Maryland shutout . . . evident in the total 
Terrapin rushing of only six yards . . . evident in 
the final score of I 6-0 . . . the Tiger's foot is firmer 
... his stalk is steadier . . . two more wins for 
the championship . . . Unattainable? . . . Tarheels 
are hopeful. 






Clemson 

UNC 



This is another must game ... a win is one more 
step to being champions . . . North Carolina has 
guts though . . . the Tigers struggle to only a 10-7 
haftime lead . . . the Tarheels well represent their 
name . . . persistent, immanageable . . . the Tiger 
gracefully leaps the tar pit in the third quarter . . . 
two touchdowns within three minutes . . . the Tigers 
prevail 24-14 . . . can a crafty Gamecock evade 
the lightening blows of a Tiger? . . . N. C. State 
dares to hope. 



BASKETBALL 



The brutish ballet on hardwood . . . the graceful, 
sweeping surge of a layup . . . the endless, exhaust- 
ing pace . . . the pride of a new coliseum . . . the 
exasperation of futile determination. 





VARSITY BASKETBALL RESULTS - 1968-69 



VARSITY BASKETBALL RESULTS 



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Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
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Louisiana State 


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North Carolina 


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Auburn 


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South Carolina 


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Georgia Tech 


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Virginia 


78 


Maryland . 


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Clemson 


86 


Clemson 


90 


Clemson 


74 


Clemson 


92 


Clemson 


96 


Clemson 


73 


Clemson 


77 


Clemson 


72 


Clemson 


82 


Clemson 


83 


Clemson 


70 


Clemson 



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79 
74 
81 
84 
83 
92 
70 



Furman . . 
Virginia Tech 
N. C. State . 
Duke . . . 
Florida State 
South Carolina 
N. C. State . 
North Carolina 
Wake Forest 
Maryland . 
Virginia . . 
North Carolina 



82 
86 
77 
85 
70 
106 
84 
107 
100 
84 
90 
94 




1968-69 CLEMSON VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM. FRONT ROW, KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dave Demsey, John Coakley, Dave Thomas, Butch 
Zatezalo, Alan Goldfarb. M,ke Faer, Dick Thomas and Ronnie Yates. SECOND ROW: Assistant Coach Jim Brennan Paul Holzshu, Curt Eckard, Pete 
Weddell, Head Coach Bobby Roberts, Richie Mahaffey, Dickie Foster, Trip Jones, Jack Swails. Assistant Coach Art Musselman. 






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BASKETBALL 




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BASEBALL 



A pitch ... a swing, a hit ... a swing, an out 
... fly ball, foul ball . . . error . . . more hits than 
outs . . . more wins than losses . . . diamond studded 




VARSITY BASEBALL RESULTS - 1968 



Clemson 






6 


Clemson 






2 


Clemson 









Clemson 









Clemson 






5 


Clemson 






5 


Clemson 






7 


Clemson 






5 


Clemson 






2 


Clemson 






2 


Clemson 






20 


Clemson 






b 


Clemson 






8 


Clemson 






3 


Clemson 






I I 


Clemson 






9 


Clemson 






8 


Clemson 






3 


Clemson 






3 


Clemson 






12 


Clemson 






14 



Mississippi State .... 3 

Mississippi State .... I 

Ole Miss II 

Ole Miss 6 

Ole Miss 3 

Ohio U 9 

Ohio U 5 

Oh lo U 4 

Virginia Tech 6 

Virginia Tech I 

Furman 4 

Virginia 4 

Springfield I 

Georgia 2 

Wake Forest 

Wake Forest 

Rhode Island 4 

Rhode Island 6 

Rhode Island 2 

Furman 4 

N. C. State 7 



Clemson 








I 


North Carolina 








2 


Clemson 








4 


North Carolina 











Clemson 








6 


Georgia Tech . 








3 


Clemson 








6 


South Carolina 








5 


Clemson 








3 


Maryland 








I 


Clemson 








2 


Maryland 








7 


Clemson 








2 


North Carolina 








I 


Clemson 








2 


N. C. State . 








4 


Clemson 








I 


N. C. State . 








6 


Clemson 











Georgia Tech . 








7 


Clemson 








3 


Georgia . 








2 


Clemson 








I 


South Carolina 











Clemson 








3 


South Carolina 








4 


Clemson 








7 


East Carolina . 











Clemson 








8 


East Carolina . 








I 


Clemson 








2 


Wake Forest 











Clemson 








5 


Duke .... 








3 


Clemson 











Duke .... 








7 


Clemson 








2 


George Washington 






3 


Clemson 











Maryland 








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TRACK 



Some stress, some strain, some sweat, some 
emotion ... a willing team, a winning team, an 
enduring team . . . some success. 



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Clemson 


. 52 


Furman .... 


. 93 


Clemson 


. 87 


Wake Forest . 


. 58 


Clemson 


. 46 


North Carolina 


. 99 


Clemson 


. 55 


East Tennessee 


. 90 


Clemson 


. 51 


South Carolina 


. 94 


Clemson 


. 61 


Duke 


. 84 





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TENNIS 

Agility on clay . . . sun, sweat, serves, and 
sprains . . . the rigid sport of rackets. 



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VARSITY TENNIS RESULTS - 1968 



Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 
Clemson 



Pennsylvania 
Rollins . . 
Miami (Fla.) 
Northwestern 
Tennessee . 
Wake Forest 
Furman 
Georgia 
South Carolina 
Presbyterian 
N. C. State 
North Carolina 
Maryland . 
Virginia 
Murray Stat 
The Citadel 
Duke . . 




GOLF 

The spontaneous burst of strength in a drive . . . 
the apprehensive quietness before a putt . . . woods, 
irons, and little white balls ... the leisurely sport. 

VARSITY GOLF RESULTS - 1968 



Clemson 


6 


Wofford . . . 


30 


Clemson 


1 8l/ 2 


Rutgers . . . 


9l/ 2 


Clemson 


3 


South Carolina . 


18 


Clemson 


8 


North Carolina . 


13 


Clemson 


3'/ 2 


Maryland . 


l7'/ 2 


Clemson 


3l/ 2 


Virginia 


l7'/ 2 


Clemson 


4l/ 2 


Wake Forest 


l6l/ 2 


Clemson 


l2'/ 2 


Duke .... 


lU/ 2 







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TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Kirby Raines. Tom Fulmer, Coach Casley. William Ford, Chuck Glenn. BOTTOM ROW- Tommy Suber 
Charlie Hartline, Mile Castre, Joe Vignati, Don Liberty. 



SWIMMING 



A team pride that builds the individual . . . speed 
. . . practice that develops endurance . . . cold 
water . . . cramps . . . form . . . the sound of the 
gun . . . perfection ... no let up now . . . the 
finish . . . win or lose . . . exhaustion. 







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1969 

VARSITY SWIMMING RESULTS 



Clemson 


27 


North Carolina 


. 77 


Clemson 


37 


N. C. State . 


. 67 


Clemson 


51 


William and Mar^ 


. 53 


Clemson 


45 


Duke .... 


. 59 


Clemson 


69 


Emory University 


. 35 


Clemson 


72 


Davidson 


. 31 


Clemson 


38 


Georgia 


. 64 


Clemson 


43 


Maryland 


. 61 


Clemson 


51 


Georgia Tech . 


. 53 


Clemson 


57 


Wake Forest . 


. 46 


Clemson 


45 


South Carolina 


. 58 


Clemson 


34 




. 69 


Clemson 


59 


Appalachian Stat 


3 . 38 




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FIRST ROW: Gagel T ., Lovell M Woolbnght, B.. Bruno, ©., Klosterman, T.. Strehle, F.. H u tch,nson, T„ Mitchell, G., Hobb.e, A. SECOND ROW- 
McHuaU' r° P p k ■ n «lf P rT' K -c C v Urt L " e ^ C D M °"7"- M-; Liph-rd. B.. Braun, D., Player, S„ Schmidt, B„ Ga.lliard, B. THIRD ROW: 

McHugh. C, Parser, D., Skilton, F., Dyer, S., Zmfc. C. Brooks. J., Smith, H., Gage, ©., Haene, T., Garces, B„ Moore, A., Ratliff, J.. Wickham J 







SOCCER 



Crushing contact . . . precision coordination of 
mind and feet ... the futility of the hands . . . 
overshadowed by football in popularity . . . highly 
competitive to football in ruggedness. 






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ROW: Rub.cn, M., Burler, K., Schm.dt, F„ Wenz, E.. Dav,dson. A., Clarkson, S., Mullis, D., Coach I. M. Ibrahim. BOTTOM ROW: Collms B Lalor K 
Demon, A., Anzen. B., Mansmann, J., Wmcott, R., Collins, R. 




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INTRAMURAL SPORTS 

Who's in shape . . . practice? . . . everyone his own 
star . . . GDIs rise against the Greeks . . . high 
school "jocks" shine again . . . infirmary bound. 




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TOP LEFT: Looks like that old "spitter" again. 
MIDDLE LEFT: "Slick Charley" is open again as the 
TAPS team moves against the CDA. BOTTOM 
LEFT: Another big play for the referee coming up. 
TOP: Foul ball, hell!!! BOTTOM: One potato, two 
potato, three potato, four . . . 



DIXIE SKYDIVERS 

Manned missile heading to earth . . . time to pop 
up . . . some trips end with a few hangups . . . 
ripcord and chute, man's best friend. 




TOP LEFT: A meeting in the Skydivers Club Room on E-4. 
TOP RIGHT: A skydiver's hangup. BOTTOM: And this is free 
tall . . . 



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FENCING CLUB 

Parry . . . thrust, and recover . . . foil within a 
gloved hand ... a bird cage for all ... a sport 
with a real point. 




TOP: The 1968 C. U. Fencing Club. BOTTOM 
LEFT: Now listen to me . . . BOTTOM RIGHT: 
Mine's bigger than yours . . . 



RIFLE TEAM 

The alert judgement of the eye . . . the cold 
steadiness of the finger . . . mental concentration 
and control more important than physical prowess 
the attainment of deadly accuracy. 




AERO CLUB 



Roger, this is Skyking ... a flying birdcage . 
struts, prop and rudder . . . beware the Red Baron 
. . . Clemson's Aero Club. 




TAE KWON DO 



Quick and quiet . . . the act of feet and empty 
fists . . . good guys in white — with black belts . . . 
Clemson Tae Kwon Do. 




TOP and MIDDLE: Hong Hyung Ung— Billy— dis- 
plays his fourth degree black belt skills that made 
him the National Karate Champion of Korea in 
1966 and third in 1964. BOTTOM: Many hours of 
hard practice in the "Y" gym. 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

Coordinator between administration, faculty, and 
students ... a tremendous job . . . elections each 
spring . . . tense . . . exciting . . . unpredictable 
. . . the newly elected officers begin their tasks . . . 
long hours of summer preparation . . . the return 
of the student to campus . . . the watchword of 
Student Government becomes dissatisfaction . . . 
dissatisfaction with the power it wields . . . with the 
restraints imposed by the administration . . . with 
the lack of interest of the students . . . yet these 
are not new problems . . . student leaders who assert 
that they can change things . . . they try alone . . . 
the ma|ority awaits the outcome . . . success? . . . 
time will decide. 




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PRESIDENTS CABINET 

The most important committee of the Executive 
Branch of Student Government . . . this year, it has 
two meanings . . . limited, early accomplishments 
... a new and successful type of Miss Clemson 
contest . . . some one-hundred underprivileged chil- 
dren getting to see their first college football game 
. . . hall representation responsibility for Student 
Senators . . . more importantly . . . President's 
Cabinet is potential . . . reorganization is in the 
wings . . . new programs . . . more and better and 
less expensive services for students ... a greater 
influence in the civic community in which the Uni- 
versity exists . . . wishful dreams? ? ? 




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OPPOSITE ABOVE: Treasurer of the Student Body, 
Joe Tyson, and the Secretary of the Student Body, 
Nate Newton, listen to proceedings during a Cabi- 
net meeting. OPPOSITE BELOW: Marion Aldridge, 
Danny Hunt, Jeff Lapin, and Joey Simpson reflect 
one of the lighter moments of a cabinet meeting. 
RIGHT TOP: Jeff and Joey take a break during 
half time. RIGHT MIDDLE: Hugh Crawford, Joe, 
Bill, and Nate listen intently during a cabinet meet- 
ing. RIGHT BELOW: Rob McCants, Harris Beach, 
and Alston Gore weigh the evidence of an im- 
portant case. 






HIGH COURT 

The main constituent of the Judicial Branch of the 
Student Government ... the cornerstone of the 
Judiciary . . . hears the more serious offenses of 
Student Regulations ... the power to interpret the 
constitution of the Student Body . . . confrontation 
with the Administration on questions of proper 
judicial procedure . . . dismissal of several cases 
on the grounds of pre-trial violation of due processes 
... an unprecedented conviction of the Student 
Body President ... the blunt of much criticism . . . 
striving to be fair and objective ... the established 
right of students to trial before students. 



ABOVE: Chairman Bill Depass brings down the 
gavel to begin a session of High Court. ABOVE 
RIGHT: Members of High Court review one of their 
many cases. BELOW RIGHT: Walt Riggs, David 
Cooper, and Gary Jeffords listen to the defense 
of a case. OPPOSITE ABOVE: David Holman and 
Bill Goldstein express the serious nature of High 
Court. 




STUDENT SENATE 

The Legislative Branch of Student Government 
... the battleground where all inter-student battles 
are fought before the issue evolves into a student- 
administration confrontation ... the introduction of 
new programs . . . new social regulations ... the 
birthplace of many new ideas ... the hope that 
follows" such creations . . . sitting through three and 
four hours of trivia and bickering ... the disappoint- 
ment that comes when legislation representing hours 
of hard work and thought is rejected . . . valuable 
experience ... the frequent, serious illness, though 
never death, of hope ... but does it mean sig- 
nificant progress? 

SENIOR SENATORS 




ABOVE: Seer 
over Senate. 



stary 



Sharon Manley and President Gordon Edgin 



"hold forth' 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Stormy Young. Traffic and 
Grounds; Ray Wates, Judiciary; Charlie Potts, 



Judiciary; John Davey. Student Affairs and 
Organizations; Gordon Edgin, President of the 



Senate; 
Genera 



Don O'Briant, Judiciary; Cheryl Jensen, 
Affairs; John Segars, Academic Affairs. 




CENTRAL SPIRIT 
COMMITTEE 

TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT: Earl Brown, Cathy Dodds 
Joey Simpson. BOTTOM, LEFT TO RIGHT- Sam 
Copeland, Bill Bonekat, Darra Williamson, Dave 
Merry, Margaret Kirlcland, and Jimmy Brandon. 

JUNIOR SENATORS 

LEFT TO RIGHT: Robert Whitney, Academic Af- 
fairs; Mike Smith, Judiciary; Gary Clary, General 
Affairs; Sharon Manley, Secretary; Andy Cochet, 
Judiciary; Jimmy Foster, Student Organizations- 
John Settle, General Affairs; Ben Hooks, Traffic and 
Grounds; Sara Karesh, Student Organizations; Ron 
Stephens, Student Organizations; Jerry Bodie, Traf- 
fic and Grounds. 




SOPHOMORE 
SENATORS 

CENTER: Kathy McCormick, Aca- 
demic Affairs: Danny Foster, Aca- 
demic Affairs. LEFT TO RIGHT: 
Cathy Dodds. Judiciary: Ted God- 
frey, Academic Affairs: John Floyd, 
Student Organization and Affairs: 
Larry Kimmerlin, Traffic and 
Grounds: Greg Jones, General 
Affairs: David Littlejohn, Traffic 
and Grounds: Jeff Ross, Student 
Organization and Affairs 
Evans, General Affairs. 



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ON STAIRS, FIRST ROW: Mark Goldman, Barry 
Koretz, Alan Goldfarb. Reginald Baker, Charles 
Houston, Horace Kinsey, Michael Edwards, Jon 
Shuler Dale Wittschen. SECOND ROW: William 
Mays, John Hensel. ON FLOOR: Bert Homan, 
Georgia Pender, Gene Myers, Jeff Lapin. 




Junior Senator Jimmy Foster discusses important 
issue during Senate Session. 

FRESHMAN SENATORS 

LEFT TO RIGHT: Jennifer Huffman, General Af- 
fairs; Timmy Neal, Student Organization and Af- 
fairs; Donna Smith, Academic Affairs: Dana Copp, 
Judiciary; Mike Cornwell, Traffic and Grounds- 
Donna Lisenby, General Affairs; Kathy Shannon, 
Judiciary; Timothy Turner, General Affairs; Dianne 
Kerr, Student Organization and Affairs. 




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THE ELECTIONS 
BOARD 

SITTING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Larry 
Abernathy, Ladd Fowler, Mac Carroll, 
Elizabeth Adams, Waye Roberson' 
STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT- Bill 
Webster, Larry Jones, Kenneth Bar- 
rett, Mike Dunlap, Dennis Moore, 
Carolyn Miles, John Lawton. 




JEFFREY A. O'CAIN 
Editor-in-Chief 



AL COTHRAN 
Features Editor 



AL JOLLY 

Co-Designer/ Photographer 



TAPS 1969 



The top yearbook in the state . . . consistent 
national award winner ... a dedicated senior staff 
determination to be better than last year . . . 
new trends in design . . . non-controversial attitude 
seven P. M. on Monday night ... I need a 
junior staffer ... the greatest photographers that 
one could ever wish for ... I don't know if I can 
make it over that fence either Jane . . . Darra, the 
Greek ... the Independents are coming . . . let's 
keep TAPS on the quad . . . Hartley, when can I 
have my design sheets? . . . O'Cain is a slave driver 
. . . Chip, have you seen Jolly this year? . . . are 
my pictures here from Atlanta yet? ... oh hell, we 
forgot to take that picture again . . . Francis has 
been embezzling funds again ... is it worth that 
little gold ring? ... an odd array of personalities 



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Faculty and Administration Business Manager 



KEN AYERS 
Sports Editor 



CHARLES ELDRIDGE 
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THE 1969 TAPS JUNIOR 
STAFF 

Drop-in . . . meeting the illustrious senior staffers 
. . . realization of being on the staff of the best 
yearbook in the state . . . Jeff O'Cain . . . Monday 
night meetings . . . listening to Hass's sarcasm and 
cuts . . . determination to become an infamous 
senior staffer . . . work . . . typing . . . errors . . . 
corrections . . . football games . . . great cheering 
section . . . headaches . . . selling books . . . distrib- 
uting books . . . working}?) together . . . building 
friendships in spite of competition . . . Dan's duty 
. . . more work . . . less fun . . . people . . . Millie's 
screams . . . pictures . . . Paula's chuckles . . . Greek 
outbursts from Alexandra . . . Help! 




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FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Paula Sloan, 
Charlie Williams, Paul Reavis, Jerry Bodie. 
SECOND ROW: Rob Cox, Rhette Siedschlag, 
Teddee Janas, Marc Feinberg, Barry Koretz, 
Alexandra Seorgeo. THIRD ROW: Danny Shel- 
ley, Greg Brown, Millie Donaldson, Bill Veross, 
Joe Turner, John Creel. FOURTH ROW: Mike 
Kaylor, Fred Worsham, Tommy Davis, and Gee 
Gage. 

UPPER LEFT: Barry, Bill, and Joe spent long 
hours sorting the individual shots. MIDDLE LEFT: 
This typewriter is plotting against me! LOWER 
LEFT: Charlie and Marc separate the few re- 
maining pictures. OPPOSITE: El has Tommy 
and Gee working hard on her faculty head-shots. 



THE 1969 TAPS SENIOR STAFF 




TOP: John and Chip enjoy themselves and a little 
refresher at the banquet. ABOVE: Butch reflects 
his usual jovial mood. RIGHT: The esteemed editor 
prepares himself for a Junior Staff meeting. 




LEFT: Long live the Queen! BELOW: Jeff becomes 
Editor— the hard way. BOTTOM: "That brings us 
to a grand total of . . ." 





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THE TIGER 



Official student newspaper . . . "He roars for a 
better Clemson University" . . . Ail-American . . . 
Seventy-Fifth anniversary ... on and off campus 
. . . arouse . . . success . . . interest . . . compulsory 
ROTC . . . Uncle Ed . . . The Buzzard ... The Other 
Side . . . striving for freedom and liberality . . . yet 
condemned ... all in vain? . . . Sunday night . . . 
The beginning . . . what's happening . . . Wednes- 
day night . . . copy, copy . . . edit . . . layout . . . 
four a. m. . . . five a. m. . . . the truck stop . . . 
Tuesday ... to Easley . . . where's the Study Hall 
ad? . . . lost copy . . . frustration . . . call Har- 
pootlian . . . finally printed . . . The Thursday night 
convening of intellects . . . Friday morning . . . 
anticipation . . . canteen . . . cursing . . . indignation 
. . . that night ... to bed and restless sleep . . . 
job well done? . . . letters . . . God, these pictures 
are bad . . . letters . . . Who's He? . . . conventions 
. . . blown minds and grades . . . Jeff . . . Some- 
body . . . O'Briant and the draft ... the challenge 
of professional journalism . . . the acceptance of the 
challenge ... the minority against the majority . . . 
students against students . . . students against the 
"Establishment" . . . ninth level, student center . . . 
directly over Cox's office . . . are you kidding! . . . 
plagiarist . . . one who spreads plagues? . . . the 
conservatives of tomorrow were the liberals of 
yesterday. 




DICKIE HARPOOTLIAN 
News Editor 



MYRA NORRIS 
Business Manager 



BOB WHEATLEY 
Circulation Manager 



DENNIS BOLT 
Managing Editor 









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DON O'BRIANT 
Editor-in-Chief 



JOHN NORTON 
Associate Editor 



RANDY PEELE 
Sports Editor 



RANDAL ASHLEY 
Assistant News Editor 



JOHN DAVEY 
Features Editor 




ABOVE: Editor OBriant explains his idea to make 
the next issue of "The Tiger" the most controversial 
yet. 

ABOVE RIGHT, LEFT TO RIGHT: Sports Staff: 
John Calloway, Jule Welborn, Lewis Holmes, Jerry 
Brown, Charles Latimer, Sam Kennette, Jim Walser. 

RIGHT: Dennis Bolt is often swamped with work. 



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LEFT: Advertising Staff, LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill Van 
Allen, Randy Collins, Robert Foster. 

BELOW: News and Features Staff, LEFT TO RIGHT- 
Mike Smith, Reginald Harper, Marco Chen, John 
Brady, Linda Elltin, Cheree Gillespie, F. Richard 
Street, Martha Seay, Sallie Sturgis, Marshel Jen- 
nings, Carl Stelling, Charles Wallmo. 





THE TIGER JUNIOR STAFF 

What does "The Tiger" junior staff do? Screams 
at Harpootlian . . . Argues with Associate Editor 
Norton . . . Spends a lot of time attending meet- 
ings and writing stories knowing that neither one 
is really that newsworthy . . . Chases all over town 
for advertisements so there will always be 19 pages 
of ads in every 20-page paper lay-out . . . Spends 
hours addressing papers for mailing them to some- 
one who doesn't really understand everything hap- 
pening on campus . . . Tries to keep classes from 
interfering with more worthwhile adventures like 
counting the number of political bumper stickers in 
all the parking lots. 



ABOVE: This way, it won't come out the other side. 
UPPER RIGHT: There is always a rush to meet that 
las+-minute deadline. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: Staffers review a job well done. 
EXTREME UPPER RIGHT: Staffers have a way o( 
qettina their point across. 





The Tiger" Photography Staff. LEFT TO RIGHT: Al Hodges, David Littlejohn, Steve Hobson, Tony Lee, Dave Nesbitt. 



Chronicle 

This is "The Chronicle" . . . ninth level, student 
center . . . Sunday-go-to-meeting gatherers talk of 
what to produce ... a variety magazine is created 
through involvement ... we must decide upon the 
best of short stories, feature articles, poems, ex- 
pressed with an accumulation of photographs and 
graphics . . . smoke curls, tongues expound, minds 
ponder ... do we have a message? . . . how can 
we best present it? . . . can we urge students to 
read this? ... the opinions expressed do not neces- 
sarily coincide with the student body, faculty, or 
administration . . . how else can "The Chronicle" 
interest Clemson? . . . contributors come and leave; 
staffers quarrel . . . let's burn the questionnaire on 
the quad! . . . dedicated to Dean Delony? . . . how 
do you spell sex? . . . find something humorous 
about Clemson . . . what time are Rob and Paul 
coming up? . . . okay, Langston, okay! . . . Whitney, 
please leave Mrs. Albert alone . . . where can we 
lift a scaleograph? . . . Ellis, use the north runway 
... no, we didn't offend her . . . okay, let's post- 
pone the meeting till midnight . . . well, who needs 
a cover, anyway? . . . that's a nice photo, but what 
does it say? . . . sure, we need lottsa good fiction 
. . cartoons don't grow on trees! ... no more 
crayons in the head . . . what can we do with all 
these subscriptions? . . . girls, girls, and nymphos; 
what else pleases Clemson gentlemen? . . . deadline 
for all copy next Wednesday . . . one hundred and 
twenty 65-space lines, wow! . . . find another ash- 
tray . . . let's go over that once again . . . have 
you ever seen that darkroom? . . . Steinfeldt's num- 
ber is written on the wall behind the trophy, but 
he won't answer . . . asbestos paper would run us 
a fortune . . . let's all go to Columbia! . . . how 
about a review of Barbarella as viewed at CU? 
. boy, could we use some fresh coffee . . . well, 
we can't "hep" it . . . last call for C-House brigade! 
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Editor-in-Chief 



KEVIN MURRAY 
Circulation Manager 



LANGSTON BOYLES 
Managing Editor 



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Fiction Editor 



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OPPOSITE ABOVE: Larry Abernathy listens to com- 
ments on the last issue. OPPOSITE BELOW: Now, 
Jeff, just how did you manage to do that? LEFT: 
The staff devotes careful criticism to each page of 
work. BELOW: Mr. Hannah is always ready to give 
helpful advice. BOTTOM: Mr. Hannah and staffers 
listen to ideas about the layout for the next issue. 




ABOVE: Paul Ferry presents his design for the 
November issue. ABOVE RIGHT: Jeff Smith at 
tempts to cheer up the staff before he presents hi< 
business report. BELOW LEFT: Do you mind, Bruce 
and I are engaged in a profound philosophical 
discussion, and we do not care to be disturbed! 



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EXTREME ABOVE: Don Liberty and Bill Ellis care- 
fully review the photographs for the next issue. 
ABOVE: Fred Baldwin and Cynthia Ritcher help to 
decide which short story will be published. LEFT: 
Constructive criticism is offered by Langston Boyles 
concerning the last issue's cover. 



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THE CENTRAL DANCE 
ASSOCIATION 

The round, brown couch . . . Senior Staffers only 
. . . pride in a hard-earned position . . . Alternus . . . 
Placing . . . Publicity . . . Floor . . . Decorations 
V.P. . . . Treas. . . . and Pres. too . . . after 
parties . . . "Turk-a-thons" . . . How are we going 
to lell them? ... the big one cancelled on Wednes- 
day . . . I'll quit ... sit there and refund all that 
money . . . you can't please everyone ... Is Clemson 
ready for psychedelic . . . Strawberry Alarm Clock 

. . Buffalo Springfield . . . The Beach Boys . . . 
money lost . . . point proven? . . . it's a business 
like anything else . . . soul sells . . . business thrives 
. . . Platters . . . Dells . . . Cliff Noble . . . Open 
Mixer . . . Rat Hop . . . Homecoming . . . Carolina 
Swing-in . . . Midwinters . . . Spring Hop . . . Junior- 
Senior ... all Buck-a-roooonieeees . . . one of five 
major service organizations . . . opinion polls . . . 
prestige . . . fraternity ... job well done . . . The 
Vine . . . swinging journalism . . . TAPS-CDA foot- 
ball . . . two kegs of beer . . . hear that? . . . they 
say "wait until next year" . . . Got to get up for 
it . . . Gonna cook out on the floor and burn a little 
soul . . . live and direct from the spacious and 
beautiful Clemson Dining Hall ... the best two 
years of my life . . . nothing but CDA. 





MIKE BALLENGER 
Vice-President 



DAVID DUNCAN 
Floor Chairman 



BUDDY GRIMES 
Publicity 



BARRY HUCKABY 
Secretary-Treasurer 



JIM BARKER 

Decorations 



GEORGE MATTHEWS 
Alternus 



THE CDA JUNIOR STAFF 

Long, hard hours . . . painting . . . sawing . . . 
nailing . . . only two days to build all that! ... no 
glory ... no brown, round couch . . . that other 
group's sacred place . . . dirty behind-the-scenes 
work . . . that isn't red, that's blue . . . you color 
blind or something? . . . we'll never make it . . . you 
say he told you what when you asked him to buy 
a ticket! . . . door to door — dorm to dorm . . . 
GPR? . . . what's that? ... but honey, I can't sit 
down . . . you know how to use a hammer? . . . hell 
no, it isn't me . . . the damn hammer's crooked! . . . 
see me tomorrow night, buddy . . . I'll take a block 
ticket . . . mind if I give it all in pennies? ... all for 
Senior Staff . . . Buck, please give us until Tuesday 
on that banner . . . Gentlemen, we're going to be 
watching you like a hawk . . . boys, if you can't keep 
the pace, drop out of the race! 








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BOTTOM, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jimmy Swindell. Greg Pearce, Sammy Spann, Charles Rateree. Randy Bazemore, David Lee, Lane Craven, Will Garvii 
TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill Poe, Jim Douqlas, Jack Walker. 




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THE CDA SENIOR STAFF 




TOP: Senior Staffers spend long hours debating 
the choice of entertainers. ABOVE: That could be 
a ticklish situation. RIGHT: The results are seen of 
a well-planned weekend. 







LEFT: Mike seems to disagree with what is being 
: i>r'J said. BOTTOM LEFT: Senior Staffer. Dave Merry, 
gloats over the CDA Trophy. BELOW: Nothing 
but soul, chile . . . 




WSBF 

The Student Broadcasting facility of Clemson 
University . . . eleven years of broadcasting . . . 
conceived in '57 . . . AM only . . . four hours a day 
in the beginning . . . FM added in '61 . . . first 
24 hour FM in South Carolina . . . twelve dedicated 
senior staffers . . . totally student coordinated . . . 
eighth level . . . student center . . . studios . . . 
offices . . . transmitter . . . striving to reach all stu- 
dents . . . slow music for study, middle-of-the-road 
selections . . . soul . . . psychedelic . . . classical 
the ever present news, weather, and sports . . . 
Board of Directors . . . Senior Staff Assistants . . . 
student government press conferences . . . CDA 
dances . . . never miss a Tiger football or basketball 
game . . . you forgot to tell us what . . . Tillman 
Hall . . . thirty minutes . . . portable studio . . . 
Loggia broadcasting . . . now where did I put that 
album ... I'm sorry, but the FCC prohibits that . . . 
Roger, Chuck, and Felix ... top three . . . more 
news per hour than any other northwestern South 
Carolina twenty-four hour FM station . . . newscast 
. . . Charlie with the chain . . . you've got to get 
in here and work on the what? . . . that damn engi- 
neering staff . . . what happened to the tape . . . 
The ATC did it again ... all the news where it 
happens and when it happens . . . from the wires 
of AP . . . dedication . . . enjoyment . . . sacrifice. 




BILL STEELE 

ATC Co-Ordinator 



RAY LINKE 
Chief Announcer 



ROGER HINSON 
Business Director 



HARRY MOOSE 
Control Room Engineer 




CHUCK FROST 
Program Director 

JEFF PRINGLE 
Production Mana< 



FELIX NEPVEUX 
Engineering Director 

SHARON MANLEY 
Office Manager 



PAUL ASKINS 

Traffic and Continuity Manager 



BILL STRONG 
Transmitter Engineer 



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Business Staff, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ka+hy Shann 
Kelly, Janice Mull. 



Karen Lominack, Rick Oborn, Katherine 



WSBF JUNIOR STAFF 

Year long striving for the ultimate . . . Senior 
Staff ... to provide Clemson students with fine 
entertainment . . . three divisions . . . Engineering 
. Keep the waves going . . . rewire that circuit 
. . . got any fuses . . . make it ten . . . Program . . . 
honor and glory here . . . how in the hell do you 
pronounce that? . . . and now the local news and 
weather . . . classes will be suspended till twelve 
o'clock . . . pride in planning and presentation . . . 
Business ... in response to your letter ... you 
need this spot in ten minutes! ... but I haven't 
begun to write it . . . would you believe a micro- 
phone that talks back ... you are wanted in Studio 
B ... use other door after 8 p. m. . . . what would 
the Senior Staff do without them? 




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Senior Staff Assistants. LEFT TO RIGHT: August Heins, Terry Lawson, Bill Bonekat, Allan Libby. Rick Oborn, Chuck Heck. Steve Baker 



LEFT: Senior Staffers, Linda Pruitt and Ken Knust, 
busy themselves writing copy for a spot. BELOW: 
Gotta slow this pace down a little. 




Engineering Staff, LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill Austell, Charles Sharp, Don Lombardo, Linda Kuisma. Michael Borke. August Heins, John Yarbrough, Michael 
Siebert, Ernest Johnston, Chip Bumgardner, Harry Miller. Jim Stewart, Robert McNab. 







Program Staff, FIRST ROW, LEFT TO 
RIGHT: Janice Mull, Harry Avinger, 
Katherine Kelly, James Skinner, Jjdy 
Williams, Bobby Malphrus. SECOND 
ROW: Don Collinson, Bob Williams, 
Mac Heaton, Sandy Ingle, Randy 
Berldand, Beth Morris, Tom Crowley, 
Karen Lominack, Jim Faucette, Kathy 
Shannon. 





BOTTOM LEFT: Summertime — and the living is 
easy. TOP LEFT: Bill puts on a groovin' show. 
LEFT: A staffer gives some news briefs to the 
awaiting Clemson students. 




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THE TIGER MARCHING 
BAND 

The official marching band . . . pre-school practice 

checking out equipment . . . practice and more 
practice . . . Band Rats ... Rat Party . . . chop 
step . . . football games . . . Tiger Rag . . . halftime 
show . . . Dixie . . . Georgia . . . Georgia Tech . . . 
not rat hats this year . . . date tickets ... Pep Rallies 

chop step . . . practice . . . Band Day . . . rain 

. instant show for Band Day . . . sandwiches and 

more sandwiches ... the Orangeburg band is here 

Alma Mater . . . happiness is . . . band board . . . 
band staff . . . N. C. State trip . . . loading crew . . . 
carry alls . . . 4 p. m. . . Saturday night in Raleigh 
. . . Mu Beta Psi party ... the buses are late again 

color guard . . . twirlers . . . does anyone have 
a date ticket? . . . Tiger Rag . . . Mr. Cook . . . 
precision drill . . . school spirit! . . . first rain at 
home in many years . . . changing clothes three 
times . . . playing, cheering, and getting wet at 
UNC game ... Dr. Butler's fanfares . . . chop step 
. . . Band Banquet . . . who's going to be the out- 
standing rat . . . another great year! ! ! . . . exquisite 
regality in Orange and Purple . . . Tiger Rag and 
Dixie as only the Tiger Band can play it . . . six 
thousand students clapping in rhythm . . . Clemson 
at its best . . . Tiger Band! 




Cook reflects precis 




TOP LEFT: Orange and purple forever! ABOVE- 
Margaret Kirlcland and Kay Knoy— our reignfng 
royalty. LEFT: Band members prepare for a half- 
time show. OPPOSITE BELOW: A marching Tiger 
exhibits his spirit. 



THE OFFICIAL MARCHING BAND 










TOP: Spirit of 76! ABOVE: Tiger Band does its 
thing at Carter Stadium. LEFT: The bass horns add 
a little ooomphpah to Death Valley. EXTREME 
LEFT: The Color Guard shows off on national tele- 
vision. OPPOSITE ABOVE: Mr. Cook is framed by 
the orange and purple of CU. 






THE CONCERT BAND 

Second semester . . . auditions . . . rehearsals . . . 
practice, practice, and more practice . . . talent . . . 
excellent instrumentation ... Dr. Butler ... a close- 
knit group . . . watch the director . . . What do 
you mean I'm out of tune? . . . Don't tell me we're 
playing that again . . . practice ... the concert 
tour . . . travel . . . three concerts a day . . . Whom 
did you stay with last night? . . . What are we 
playing on this concert? . . . concerts and more 
concerts . . . sounds great! . . . Where is the tape- 
recorder? . . . Look out for the trombone slide . . . 
the carry alls are lost again . . . Who has the music? 
... a great performance ... a great tour . . . home 
at last . . . practice . . . Spring concert . . . beautiful 
. . . never sounded better . . . more practice . . . 
groovy music . . . Broadway musicals . . . marches 
. . . Pops Concert . . . playing at graduation . . . 
end of the year! 






OPPOSITE TOP: Dr. Butler d.splays his skill in 
directing the band. OPPOSITE LEFT: The Concert 
Band posed in all its regalia. TOP, LEFT TO 
RIGHT: Danny Foster, Secretary-Treasurer; Chuck 
Holladay. President: John Cook, Vice-President. 
ABOVE: Dr. John H.Butler, Conductor (left): Bruce 
F. Cook, Associate Conductor (right). RIGHT: Mr. 
Cook demonstrates his own style. 




JOSEPH JACKSON. D.rectc 



CLEMSON UNIVERSITY 
GLEE CLUB 

Blue coats . . . white pants . . . white skirts . . . 
active all year long . . . numerous appearances 
. . . football games ... the Star-Spangled Banner 
road trips . . . highly skilled student perform- 
ers .. . great deal of talent and enthusiasm . . . 
Women's Glee Club . . . Men's Glee Club . . . 
"Backstage" . . . selling tickets . . . sopranos . . . 
altos . . . tenors . . . chorus girls . . . Christmas 
concert . . . you're singing the wrong song . . . who 
are you to say I am off key! . . . Mr. Jackson's not 
going to like this ... did you sell all your candy? 

. . Christmas carols with the Edwards. 




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WOMEN 




MEN 


Bowen, K. 


Swift, B. 


Myers, M. 


Gestnch, W. 


Heller, P. 


Swift, D. 


Lufi, E. 


Will,ams, J. 


Lkyne, P. 


Bracken. J. 


Jackel, G. 


Richardson, E 


Williams, A. 


Cromer, L. 


Watson, R. 


Middleton, A 


Pender, G. 


Fairey, K. 










Chovan, J. 


Harbin, C. 


Brooks, D. 


Franke, B. 






Stout, M. 


Strickland. C. 


Arnold, F. 


Lesley, E. 


Whittenberg, 


E. Holden, S. 


Edens. H. 


Cobb. s. 


McAllister, A 


Arnt. V. 


Rhyne, B. 


Ray. G. 


Hammond, J. 


Peck, E. 


Reuter. D. 


Huff, E. 


Holt, B. 


Buddm, L. 


DuBois, B. 


Trythall. K. 


Blumel. N. 


Thompson, J. 


Acker, T. 


Garvin, M. 


Florian, A. 


Chovan. M. 






Hayes, L. 


Hancock, E. 


Todd, C. 


Ingle, S. 


Nichols, V. 


Beige, A. 


Withers. D. 


DeLoache, J. 


Palmer, J. 


Quattlebaum, H. 


Meadors. R. 


Grant, J. 


Jones, K. 


Hunmcutt. H. 


Stroud, L. 


Tinsley, D. 


Argo, B. 


Jenkins, J. 


Kinder, H. 


Wiley, B. 


Young, V. 


Sturgis, S. 






Planck, L. 


Haney, M. 


Kelly, J. 


Palmer, J. 


Piazza, S. 


Mackay. M. 


Hodge, J. 


Haney, D. 


Graham, B. 




Freize. C. 





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The Greek system joins men and women whose 
social interests and desire for companionship coin- 
cide. Greek Week, intramurals, dance weekends, 

h, living together — each an integral part of the 
system and a time when the Greek spirit is best 
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INTER FRATERNITY 
COUNCIL 

It is the purpose of the Inter-Fraternity Council 
to co-ordinate the activities of social fraternities on 
campus. The IFC urges competition among the 
fraternities in various phases of college life . . . 
scholastx, sports, Homecoming, Greek Week. Rush 
Week (with all its smokers and parties) and a Christ- 
mas party for underprivileged children are two of 
the big projects sponsored by IFC. 




DENNIS CARTWRIGHT 
President 



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TOP LEFT: Typical quad scene after the big game. 
CENTER: Santa brings happy smiles at the IFC 
Christmas Party. TOP RIGHT: A test of physical 
strength ... the Greek Week tug-o-war. BOTTOM 
RIGHT: Numerous smokers are all a part of Rush 
Week. 



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Not a question of it, but when Surf's up, 
Gammas say "tie 'em down, Tigers" . . . Danville 
Cotton Fields . . . LeeRoy . . . Ralph ... I wish 
I were an Oscar Meyer weiner . . . and I don t 
even know her name . . . The Alligator . . . Paas 

Uncle Doug . . . Mother's Vineyard . . . What 
are you going to be when you grow up? . . . Smiley 
Lavalieres are cheaper by the dozen, by 
Snip . . . Modoc The Humper . . . Lil'l Ap . . . 
Hot Dog! ! • . . . inflation hits at Fuzzy's . . . Rabbitt 
... The Young Radical . . . Batman Flies again . . . 
B-29, the world's largest trash can . . . Melonie 

Moon's over O. D. . . . Good hands . . . Carpet 
Man . . . Fig . . . Mouse Man . . . Outstanding . . . 
The Jock . . . Opie's Club . . . Dog . . . Bulletin 
Board ... The Phantom + David Smith . . . Pork 
for Porky ... I'm so big ... job .. . Willie 

Room #30 Senconee . . . Dadblamed Critter . . . 
All the girls like her . . . Jose— Held over ... The 
Gut . . . Been evicted lately? . . . Gammas invade 
Hartsville . . . Whitmire Jail . . . Half the world 
is white and free . . . Midnight requisition . . . Lost 
a squad car lately? . . . Your father's a what? . . . 
The big toe . . . Super High School . . . The human 
brillo pad . . . T. B., will he or won't he? . . . Amen. 



Aldridge, M. 
Bonnette, T. 
Bowen, D. 


Hensel. J. 
Hunt. D. 
Jordan, R. 


Brabham, D. 


Kearse, S. 


Chappell, J. 


Mayes. D. 


Clarke. D. 


Newton. D. 


Craven, M. 
Cullom. J. 
Foster, J. 


Nickles. J. 
O'Neal, B. 
O'Neal. M. 


Gassaway. F. 
Godfrey. M. 


Peeler, H. 
Steer. J. 


Gray. R. 


Summer. J. 


Hand. G. 
Hanes. C. 
Harding, G. 
Harpootlian. R. 
Hendricks, S. 


Thompson. M 
Turner, W. 
White. C. 
Walker, D. 



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ALPHA GAMMA 



TOP LEFT: They said it couldn't (shouldn't) be do 
here's Danny, in living color, to prove that it can 
CENTER: Wait just a minute . . . there will be no 
kept from me . . . that is, unless he's paying me a 
ment. TOP RIGHT: President Joe Summer takes til 
from official duties to get a few steps in while Malco 
his own little party in the rear. BOTTOM RIGHT: 
count of three we'll all yell "heave" — that is, if Smi 
help us get the show on the road. BOTTOM CENTER 
makes a point of displaying his ring collection 
attempts to display his writing ability (?). 




AKA 

You're not going to believe this . . . Whats 
Ellenberg doing in the mud? . . . Engy and Greek 
Laugh-in with Pat Paulsen . . . Think you got me, 
Didn't you, Coakley? . . . That's one on you . . . 
Go, Cale! ... I 72 seconds, Enslen? . . . The Great 
Coke machine toss . . . Diamonds dominate ... I 
think I'm going to sneeze, doc . . . Sandbox and 
the frogmen build a pool . . . Those slides again? 
. . . Your girl was almost snaked . . . Bluejeans, and 
rah-rah's . . . What's her name . . . this tie, Jenkins? 
. . . Nice legs, Mahaffey . . . Hands up! . . . They 
did what with the Luggage? . . . Jean Claude Jones 
and his Alpine Club . . . Mouse has his nose altered 
. . . The best waterfight ever! . . . Dating couple 
on crutches . . . Airborne! . . . Stranger in the 
night . . . Hack's gold key . . . Hello, Richard Head 
. . . Gooby tells another one . . . Huit . . . Aruba 
finds a flower . . . Who's pet possum? . . . Willy 
Joe Enslen and the champs . . . Bottled fog . . . 
Deacs are best . . . The Blob and the Bear . . . 
Granddaddy tries again . . . Choke bouces along 
. . . Nice date, Henry . . . Sonny's feathers fly . . . 
Here comes #10... I can't hardly stand it . . . Pine 
Lakes, again? . . . Did you see those rush girls? 



Alexander, D. 


Harvey, R. 


Barker, J. 


Henderson. J. 


Carey, J. 


Hinson. S. 


Carroll. J. 


Howard. C. 


Cassady. F. 


Huckaby, B. 


Coakley. J. 


Jenkins, A. 


Coker. S. 


Jordan, J. 


Crawford, C. 


Lee, T. 


Daves, G. 


Mahaffey, R. 


Dawes, S. 


Roach, J. 


Denton. J. 


Roche, R. 


Ellenberg. J. 


Smith. R. 


Engstrom, G. 


Stanzione. R. 


Enslen, J. 


Sw.nk, H. 


Gardner, H. 


Swink, M. 


Gardner. R. 


Turpm, F. 


Godsey, C. 


Whatley. K. 


Goodson, R. 


Yarborough, J 


Goshorn, R. 


Yoke. W. 


Harris, R. 





Sweetheart. BECKY DUVA 








DELTA KAPPA 
ALPHA 

TOP LEFT: President Terry Lee gets reminded of his duties as 
an officer ... no drinking, no smoking, no cussing, and above 
all. no sex! TOP CENTER: I'm not implying that we won the 
game today; this is a cry for peace, Brother. TOP RIGHT: 
We work and slave all day to try to produce a good display 
and what thanks do we get? None! BOTTOM RIGHT: If I've 
told you once. I've told you a hundred times, I'm not from 
Cheyenne, my home is in them hills. BOTTOM CENTER: And 
then there was the time after the game when they elected me 
to serve the spiced punch. 







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Who needs a room for this weekend ... All we re 
trying to do is buy some beer . . . Now when 
nationals come in here . . . Decent! . . . We can't 
wear those things to class . . . Turn on the chickens — 
I want to see it work . . . How much is that high 
budget again? . . . Two kegs won't be enough . . . 
Acess? . . . Softball champs . . . intramural and 
beer . . . Got Donuts . . . Let's have another party 

Rat Hop — an Imperial time . . . Homecoming — 
A 'Lighted experience . . . Carolina — partying in 
the face of defeat . . . Billy T. slops that soul . . . 
Cups, kegs, ice — what's wrong with the juke box 

. Who's playing that hippie music . . . Lake 
Lure — the girls did what? . . . You tell it . . . 
Chucks . . . Jill . . . Drop trou . . . spirit ... No 
place like first place . . . Study after that weekend 

. Ron, straighten his hair . . . Get me a date, 
it's only Thursday . . . We need more phones in 
this house . . . Rush is fun . . . Ha! . . . Can't wait 
until vacation . . . No more beer for me . . . Anyone 
up for a road-trip . . . What a girl, couldn't be a 
coed! ... the Delta Phis . . . Outstanding times 
ahead. 



Ambrose, R. 


LaRoche, E. 


Balentine. R. 


McClmtock, H. 


Bergren, S. 


McKeown, M. 


Biediger. W. 


Miller, M. 


Brittain, W. 


Moyer, E. 


Craven, G. 


Netzel, J. 


Douglas. J. 


Patterson, S. 


Drennan, J. 


Reynolds. W. 


Duvall, E. 


Segars. J. 


Ellison. F. 


Segars, R. 


Faulkner, J. 


Shuler. J. 


Fleetwood, C. 


Stroud, J. 


Gaither, T. 


Stephens, R. 


Graham, R. 


Tibbs, H. 


Hanzel, J. 


Touchstone, W 


Hash. T. 


Varnon, J. 


Kozma, P. 


Waddell, J. 


Lacher, W. 


Winburn, M. 


Laney, T. 





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TOP LEFT: Well, I never knew how to kiss, but I'm willing to 
learn. TOP CENTER: The mighty DPs straddle the broom in 
their efforts to place during the Greek games. TOP RIGHT: 
President Bill Lacher doesn't always make the boys act so 
formal. RIGHT CENTER: I don't know about this guy, but 
by the feel of that grip I think he wants to Indian wrestle. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: This is my favorite little dark corner . . . 
the atmosphere here has a tendency to turn me on. BOTTOM 
LEFT: DPK sweetheart Jill Humphries holds the attention of 
an admirer. 




KAX 

Aw right, Slick . . . KDX Chateau . . . First floor, 

the tube . . . Second floor, the Casino . . . Third 

floor, all Grease ... Is Larry there? No, this is his 

brother, Carl . . . La-La . . . Agrarian Aristocrat 

. . . Floyd's Sucker . . . She's a real cute girl . . . 

R-R-R-Ronny . . . December Graduates? . . . Jane — 

our Sweetheart . . . Fraternity Sing, Huh? . . . Pick 

it, Buck . . . Scratch it, King . . . What a great 

weekend . . . B. J. and the Dazzlers . . . What 

happened to your ankle, Gordy? ... Big Boy — ■ 

Brown Helment, Tomps — Brown Nose . . . Kappa 

Delta Chi, Inc. . . . What ever happened to my 

book? . . . Guillotine — it's a purty thing . . . Lake 

and Paige . . . Don't worry, it'll work . . . Thanks, 

Singer Manufacturing Company . . . Thanks, Dr. C. 

. Nuck and the little woman . . . Let's make sure 

it works this time . . . Tigerama — ah-ka-doom . . . 

Yes, It's the Y Barn again ... got a date yet, 

Dave . . . Crap, ya'll ... 1 7, 68, 7 1 , 90 and Ben 

. . Good hands, Charlie . . . Rush was great . . . 

Football Champs . . . Punch — regular and high test 

Hu-uit . . . Pod award . . . Peep . . . Coke and 

the Kidd, Finally . . . Two house parties? . . . C'mon, 

Let's clog! . . . Bluegrass music ... Dr. R. C. Edgin 

. . . Informal initiation . . . DuBose . . . Strapper . . . 

Laugh-in . . . May 9. 



Abbott. J. 


Lake, M. 


Barnette, R. 


Moore, B. 


Bell, L 


Nuckols, C. 


Buckalew, A. 


Peeples, J. 


Burton, J. 


Prather, J. 


Christopher, D. 


Rockwell. J. 


Chryst, S. 


Rogers, M. 


Compton, B. 


Sharp, D. 


Crawford, H. 


Sharpton, R. 


Crosby. A. 


Slate, D. 


Davis. J. 


Small, R. 


Dubose, D. 


Smith, B. 


Dempsey, J. 


Theiling, H. 


Edgin, G. 


Thompson, B. 


Floyd, J. 


Ware, B. 


Garick, R. 


Waters, C. 


Gilbert, B. 


Watson, B. 


Griffith. J. 


Wingard, R. 


Jackson, B. 


Wright, R. 


Jeffords, C. 


Young, L 


Johnson, L. 






etheart, JANE COVINGTON 




v^ 



KAPPA DELTA CHI 

TOP CENTER: I built a scaffold in the air, it fell to earth ... 
and scratched my finger! TOP RIGHT: ... and the work 
goes on into the wee hours of the morning on the Homecom- 
inq display ... but placing in the competition made it all 
worthwh.le to the brothers of KDX. BOTTOM LEFT: President 
Dave Christopher listens attentively to rushee as Don Sharp 
takes mental notes on the subject. BOTTOM CENTER: KDX 
sweetheart. Jane Covington, warmly greets a new friend with 
her ever-friendly smile and magnet.c personality. BOTTOM 
RIGHT: What is this? The lineup? No. it's just the waiting 
line for the little boys' room. 





KIN 

Throw a bucket of water on it ... If it feels good, 

do it . . . Tapakity Kiakyow . . . Movpoter . . . 

TJ broke the 10-minute mile . . . It's time to go 

Hargrove took a quiz . . . I'll drink to that . . . 

Suicide Soup ... In Hiawasser, Georgia? . . . RTV 

Private Number . . . (Baby, you can have 

mine) . . . Tigerama Avis Trophy again ... Em 

Snappers is hell . . . Road Trip . . . Flight Suits . . . 

Imperial Zero . . . Wildwood flower . . . That was 

the best time I ever had . . . Nunkering and lurking 

the going thing . . . Amelia Armstrong . . . T-Club 

Handnananana . . . Raaaag ... If you're scared, 

say you're scared ... We like four letter words . . . 

you and the horse you rode in on . . . after, 

after, after party . . . impetus . . . Mardi Gras 

7 a m. — the display wasn't up and neither 

were we . . . Dave Burbank ... We finally met 

Gerald . . . tink-tink ... He ain't hitting on - 

... The story is on the wall ... We really don't 
mind helping you, girls . . . Does the truck really 
have a couch in the back? ... We tried— honestly! 
Rush was fun, but, oh, the beer! . . . Yankee 
who? ... A real swinging group . . . What a wild 
weekend . . . Sundays are rough ... Go, Kappa 
Snappers! 



Abrams B. 
Alewine, F. 
Alpert. C. 
Armstrong. B. 
Bryant. M. 
Bishop. J. 
Cantrell. G. 
Carder, J. 
Cox. C. 
Craig, G. 
Crow, W. 
Curry. D. 
DeLuca. F. 
Garnett. T. 
Hamilton. N. 
Hargrove. R. 
Hawthorne, J. 
Hoefer, M. 
Holman, F. 
Jacobs, T. 



Jones, R. 
Lupo. I. 
McConnell. M. 
Miller, W. 
Munn, J. 
Page. E. 
Poe, B. 
Priddy, R. 
Rehm, F. 
Riddle, R. 
Rogers. D. 
Roof. R. 
Scoggins, H. 
Smith, B. 
Smith, R. 

Weaver, N. 

Webster. B. 

Williams. N. 

Williamson, J. 

Wilson, B. 

Sweetheart. ANN HANAHAN 





V 






KAPPA SIGMA NU 



BOTTOM LEFT: President Ronald Hargrove and KSN sweet 
heart Ann Hanahan try a little sign language. LEFT CENTER-. 
I realize that Homecoming displays are supposed to be fun 
to build, but I have acrophobia, and what will Diane do after 
I'm gone? RIGHT CENTER: Are you sure there's a balloon 
between us; I thought you were just getting fresh! (Mother 
warned me about these Greek games.) BOTTOM RIGHT: I 
can remember the good ole' days when we never had so 
much trouble with automobiles. TOP RIGHT: When will this 
skit ever get over: I've just got to get to that (coach) head. 





NZ 



"Progress" at Edisto . . . Boxer Rebellions . . . 
Prophets for Carolina . . . Lydla E. Pinkham's . . . for 
all of you ladies, if this is your first trip . . . Truck! 
What's that? . . . Steven's date does . . . Anything 
goes . . . Al, Joe wants you to drive! . . . Kirk's 
unit . . . Knowledge is but a small capsule . . . That 
was the best weekend I ever had ... It takes a 
thief . . . tell it like it is ... to hell with Greek 
Week . . . lose anything but win the party ... Do 



you i 



Wh 



ere s he going now? . . . Oehmig's 
when in doubt, gross 'em out . . . 



at 3 A. M. 

good year for queens . . . Sunday kegs at Seneca 
Marina . . . runaround . . . bus sways to Atlanta 
. . . Homecoming was great . . . nightly bull ses- 
sions . . . hurricanes at Pat O'Brian's . . . Red 
Diamond — maniacs in "monkey-suits" . . . purple 
punch means potted people . . . Matthew 11-3: 
Sermon on the Mount . . . Social grades versus 
GPR . . . road trips versus class attendance . . . 
quality over quantity ... in other words, the dirty 
dozen . . . naughty Numbers . . . FIRST AND 
FINEST! 



Allen. C. 




Law. M. 


Bagnal H. 




Lynn, J. 


Bell, R. 




Lyons, R. 


Byrd, O. 




Moore, W. 


Cartwright, D. 




McCormick, R. 


Caughman, M. 




McGee, J. 


Cothran, B. 




McKinney. R. 


Culler, F. 




McKoy, V. 


Drakeford, C. 




McLaughrin, J. 


Dukes, J. 




Merry, W. 


Fitts, T. 




Molten, R. 


Floyd, J. 




Morgan. J. 


Floyd, M. 




Moxon, P. 


Free, W. 




Scarborough, J 


Gardner, H. 




Self, W. 


Gregg. D. 




Shuler, F. 


Harritos, H. 




Smith, S. 


H,pp, C. 




Snead, J. 


Hlxson. S. 




Stevens, W. 


Holman, D. 




Stewart, J. 


Jeffers, J. 




Waltman, G. 


Jeffords, E. 




Warren, A. 


Kimbrell, W. 




Wilburn, W. 


Kirkoatrick. W. 




Wnght, T. 




Sweetheart 


, ANN THOMAS 





NUMERAL SOCIETY 

TOP LEFT: They tell me you don't smoke or drink. That's 
not bad, two out of three . . . Are you for real? TOP CEN- 
TER: Well, partner. I'd be glad to oblige you, but I had to 
pay for this whiskey w.th my own money. TOP RIGHT: No 
matter what happens, keep the wagon rolling. We may be 
slow, but we always get there. FAR BOTTOM RIGHT: Orren 
knows quality when he sees it, as he inspects the Numeral's 
sweetheart, Ann Thomas. BOTTOM RIGHT: I've heard of 
heavy drinkers, but. honestly. Al Cothran takes the cake. 
BOTTOM LEFT: And then there was the time President David 
Holman turned his back on me. 




O&i 



The year of the Lav . . . Friendly Phi Kapps . . . 
American Legion in Anderson, Box's last show and 
dance . . . Moses Dillard . . . Houseparty, Rock- 
mount again . . . Stack, stack, stack . . . Sleeping 
in . . . Sleeping out . . . Beer Baseball . . . Stack 
the ump ... No more terrace . . . Georgia Prophets 

. . You blew it . . . Snoddy decided to go for a 
swim . . . Well boys, we're paying for the color 
tube the pledge class "Gave us" — Another Assess- 
ment . . . Sunshine and snuggle queen . . . Florida 
road trip . . . Swindle is back . . . Not the shower 
again! . . . kickoff . . . Ghetto . . . Rally! . . . Rack 
city . . . One, two, five-executive suite . . . But I 
thought everyone had a nickname . . . Whoa-Bah 

. . Fos and Fub . . . More Banlons . . . More road 
trips . . . Look out for the mirror . . . Maybe she 
can get us dates tonight, it's only seven o'clock . . . 
Swinq City . . . No swing . . . Are really nice 
. . . Affirmative . . . Negative . . . That beautiful 
city . . . Another railroader . . . Who's going to 
pull a 4.0? . . . Noah's Ark . . . Jam up and jelly 
tight . . . Jim Claude Balzac . . . Drawing Light . . . 
Burn ... No way . . . Takes my breath . . . Maximum 
. . . Haven't I seen you somewhere before? . . . 
Over the hump . . . What could ' say, what could 
I do? ... The Big Boy . . . '68*69 Outstanding year. 



Aughtry, B. 


Johnson. W. 




Ballenger, M. 


Little, D. 




Beam, W. 


Montgomery. R. J 


Broome. S. 


Moss, T. 




Buck J. 


Mullen. J. 




Bull, L. 


Oates, L. 




Bullwmkel. G. 


Pitner, D. 




Campbell, J. 


Poling, J. 




Cecil, D. 


Ratterree, C. 




Clark. B. T. 


Sidrony, A. 




Conrad. D. 


Skinner, P. 




Dowdy, P. 


Smith, D. 




Duncan. D. 


Smoak, S. 




Eldridge, C. 


Snoddy. B. 




Freeman. D. 


Spann. S. 




Gangemi, D. 


Tennet. C. 




Grant, T. 


Thomas, C. 




Graves, J. 


Thomas, G. 




Hair, J. D. 


Verross, B. 




Hamilton, M. 


Ward, B. 




Henderson, T. 


Watters, D. 




Jackson, B. 


Wilder. B. 




Johnson, P. 


Worsham, F. 




Swee 


theart. ANNE TENNENT 







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PHI KAPPA DELTA 

TOP CENTER: For goodness sakes, Bob. close your mouth 
before you get it full of dust! TOP RIGHT: President Jimmy 
Buck creates a snowstorm as he charms the young lady. FAR 
BOTTOM RIGHT: The whole gang congregates for Greek 
games and an afternoon of fun. BOTTOM RIGHT: Aw. 
Charles, don't squeeze too tight! BOTTOM CENTER: Phi 
Kapp Sweetheart smiles prettily for the cameraman. BOT- 
TOM LEFT: How do you do. Sir, I'd like to welcome you to 
our haven. If there's anything I can do for you. just call Fos. 





{■Aft 




Congradu-damn-lations . . . Gimme 5 . . . you 

damn did it . . . ZETA'S on the move . . . we're 

number I without a doubt . . . Ga. bus trip, 

gross-out of the year . . . scratch one advisor . . . 

Tigerama and we're a winner ... not gross, just 

clean fun . . . snow on the houseparty . . . IFC 

football champs . . . Kill, Buddy, Kill . . . Didn't 

even practice . . . Murder, Mudd, Murder . . . what 

a rush ... top pledge class and the quad knows 

it ... a frog for Bill and Button ... a ring from 

Marsh to Darra ... no more "almost" for Cornish 

No-Neck dates a white girl . . . Riney still 

looking for one . . . Turkey Leg and Chicken Leg 

win B.S. award . . . Coop blows it, pulls a 3.8 . . . 

Tom Slick, yaaaaaah! ! . . . don't mess with FYE 

. twisted steel with sex appeal . . . Oglebush is 

hell on social ... Up, Up, and Away with TDR . . . 

Beta Chapter growing ... our new home, F-5 

Cox won't listen . . . Hughes gets longevity 

award ... the Odd Couple— Brock and Dana 

... the Fun Couple— Stinky Chink and Marilyn 

... the Unfun Couple— Track and Abercrombie . . . 

Graham is to ducks as Nathan is to national . . . 

Spider Monkey . . . Fratty Daddy . . . Spring Hop— 

what a weekend . . . super black diamond extrava- 

qanza . . . Greek Week and SAZ comes on strong 

... a great year for Sigma Alpha Zeta, but also 

very much sadness. 



Abercrombie. R 




Hughes. C. 


Abrams. W. 




Hurt A. 


Askins, H. 




Jolly, A. 


Avers. K. 




Langley, L. 


Bethea, T. 




Linder. V. 


Brittain, M. 




McLellan. D. 


Brockington W 




Mackintosh, J. 


Buchanan, M. 




Matthews, T. 


Burnss. M. 




Mauney. C. 


Cely. J. 




Mudd. R. 


Coleman, M. 




Murray, M. 


Cooper, C. 




Myers, P. 


Cooper, D. 




O'Cain, B. 


Cornish, M. 




O'Cam, J. 


DeW.tt. M. 




Oglesby. B. 


Droege. A. 




Ogletree. B. 


Eskew, J. 




Pnngle. G. 


Francis J. 




Reese, B. 


Frank, J. 




Rentz, N. 


Fulmer, T. 




Rmehart. R. 


Gilbert, D. 




Senn, W. 


Graham. J. 




Simmons, K. 


Gregorie, J. 




Snoddy. K. 


Grimes, B. 




Swmdell, J. 


Holland, B. 




Taylor. J. 


Hooks, B. 




Turner. J. 


Howell. D. 




Whaley, W. 




Sweethear 1 


, BONNIE LANGLEY 



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TOP CENTER: Tell it like it is, Ch 
give up boss, please don't hit 



Hie. TOP CENTER: "I 
3 mo'." FAR BOTTOM 

RIGHT: President Turk Matthews makes routine inspections. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: Chief Mudd retains rain as SAZ storms 

Tiqerama for a fantastic first. BOTTOM CENTER: Have 

drink on me! BOTTOM LEFT: 

and those ridiculous hats. 



ne-a-zumba — the Zetas 





. . Edwards 
. Be young, 
. Will they 
Que pasa? 
. . "Chicky- 



IKE 

Gimme five; I don t give a 

Anyone care for another drink? . 
be foolish, be Harry . . . "Moose" . 
ever return? . . . "Monk" Kaylor . . 
... In front of the house on the quad 
poo" . . . "Ole-Cum" ... The New Breed . 
Legrande and Herlock ... So who else graduated 
in December? . . . Can I borrow ten dollars? . . . 
Joe T. . . . Get off my back, Ralph . . . Meyer 
Motel city . . . Pledger . . . Did you enjoy 
Carolina weekend? . . . "Wild-man" Milam . . . 
Look, there's Joe, Buzz, and Whit, but which one's 
which? ... A letter from who? ... If Klugh catches 
this pass, we'll win ... oh, oh . . . Rush— who 
doesn't like this boy besides Nute? . . . What time 

is it? We're all ready to go . . Houseparty 

alright, who "s got ths fuses? . . . How about 

that costume party? . . . hey, you in the boxers . . . 

what's the 2 x 4 for? . . . Black . . . How's the 

harlot of Charlotte . . . Trex . . . Cindy's our sweetie 
21 PBRs . . . "Nina" ... hey buddyro, want 

to fiqht? . . . "Z'ppy' 

"Tweet" and "Super-Jock 

another joint 

Homecoming 



Turkey-Turkey' 
. . AMF . . . pop 
ust play that music, man . . . 
The Mighty Steps of Rhythm 



... Oh, my God, 
RALLY SKE's. 

Baker. G. 
Black D. 
Bolen. G. 
Cobb. D. 
Cummings, B. 
Cornwell. B. 
Dulm. B. 

Durant, B. 

Edwards. B. 

Fambrough. J. 

Fox. T. 

Fulmer, J. 

Gilbert. A. 

Gilbertson, B. 

Goldstein, B. 

Griggs. M. 



and 



back in the house 



Herlong. D. 
Hodges. P. 
Jones, S. 
Kaylor, M. 
Klugh. T. 
Legrand, J. 
Lagrone, D. 
Meyer. M. 
Mikell. C. 
Milam, R. 
Newton, N. 
Ragsdale. M. 
Ralston, B. 
Reagan, J. 
Tyson. J. 
Welch. F. 



Sweetheart CINDY GRAMLING 



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^U • '^EN' 












*v 



SIGMA KAPPA 
EPSILON 



BOTTOM LEFT: A typical Dook pose; fruit, anyone? BOT- 
TOM CENTER: The Dixie Day Queen, Diane Enslen, gets a 
kiss and a trophy from her sponsors, the SKEs. BOTTOM 
RIGHT: Let me entertain you, and we'll have a real good 
time. TOP RIGHT: Sweetheart Ondy Gramling and beau 
make a pretty picture looking like a couple of kids. TOP 
LEFT: President Joe Tyson seems to be putting a prospective 
rushee to sleep. 





rn^rmm 




Abrahams, R. 
Ames. B. 
Bakalian, R. 
Coffey. T. 
Fedder, M. 
Femberg. M. 
Goldman. M. 
Goodman, I. 
Homan, B. 
Kasha, M. 
Katzen. M. 
Koretz. B. 
Lapin, J. 
Merrick, D. 
Metsky, G. 
Mickanis, J. 
Mirabelli. T. 
Oxler, S. 
Patrick. J. 
Reith, R. 
Ross. J. 
Urquhart, A. 
Zambon. C. 



XA 



Chi Lambda Lynching Company . . . E. R. C. 
. . . "Junior" . . . trip, stumble and pikey . . . open 
minded . . . "Magurk" plus Paula . . . The Peddlers — 
decals, T.V. Door Stickers . . . Who's got a date? 
. . . "Magoo — B. B." . . . BEER . . . Grandma Sokol's 
Steak Sauce . . . "Pucker Power" . . . Case Closed 
. . . Stick Shift . . . R-A-L-L-Y . . . November 12, 
1967 . . . "Bury the Boids" . . . Wolf the myth . . . 
Head Cheerleader . . . "The Brockton Bomber" 
... Dr. John . . . WENCH . . . I.F.C. OR BUST . . . 
STRANGE . . . Victoria and Elrod . . . "Motor 
Mouth" . . . Waffle House . . . "Nebbish" . . . 
"Fedder-Do" . . . Ace, Wop, Perk, Kash, Squirrel 
. . . Who's Who? . . . Kosher Chi's . . . Knight 
has fallen . . . S.U.M.C.U. ... We got a jock . . . 
Clean-up . . . Work, anybody? . . . Where's your 
minutes? . . . University of Georgia — Brumbee 
Hall, DPhiE, AEPi . . . Math 106, 205, or Bust . . . 
Lynne, Paula, Carmie, Cindy . . . From Miami to 
Woodbridge. 






FAR LEFT: Hey, T.m, did you see what I just saw? 
Maybe we should invite her to dance with us. 
BOTTOM LEFT: President Jeff Lapin carries on a 
lively conversation with an interested rushee. TOP 
RIGHT: The Chi Lambda spirit vibrates as they 
rally the Tigers on to Victory. 





INTER 

SORORITY COUNCIL 

The Intersorority Council co-ordinates the activi- 
ties of the social sororities on campus. Throughout 
the busy rush season the ISC establishes policies and 
acquaints rushees with the rules and standards of 
our Greek system. The ISC promotes participation 
in sorority life by organizing rush and encouraging 
rushees to "meet the Greeks." 





Susan greets a rushee at the sorority Drop-In. 
CENTER: Omicron produces a top-notch circus. 
TOP RIGHT: The Dixie Day Beauty Queens line up 
for the judges. BOTTOM RIGHT: Ice Water Teas 
could rum a diet! 



Aex 

A good year . . . Thumbs down! . . . and then, 
and then, and then . . . Brenda Diamond . . . parties, 
parties, parties . . . "Hey there Delta girl" . . . The 
day the rains came . . . spooks and goblins . . . 
"Doin' What Comes Naturally" . . . Oh no! Six 
eight o'clock classes . . . The Delta Cloggers . . . 
"Drinkin' wine, Spo-de-o-dee, drinkin' wine" . . . Are 
you feeling sad and lonely, Janey Lou? . . . Dorm 
officers . . . Another car wash? . . . glorious, glorious, 
one keg of beer for the twenty-nine of us . . . 
Deltarella . . . Flight canceled because of rain 
. . . the T.V.'s already broken! . . . "The Sweetheart 
Tree" . . . Lavaliers and pins and rings and things 
. . . It's a kid's world . . . Homecoming; dances and 
displays . . . "Let's sing a song about kissing, 
teacher" . . . How-dee, everybody! . . . Topnotch 
pledges . . . Lily from lllreputy . . . What does your 
freckle say? . . . Shaz-zam-m-m . . . fantastic year 
of fun, fun, fun . . . Anybody for potato salad? 
. . . Ragged Rah-Rah and tattered tenny-pumps . . . 
Crazy . . . Staedeli, he doesn't wear Easter socks 
. . . When's Dixie Day? . . . Houseparties . . . 
Nassau or bust . . . Zorch . . . Marty broke the 
record . . . Lib, it's about that time! . . . It's all 
or nothing on this go-round . . . red and white . . . 
Let's hear that again . . . Midwinters . . . Junior- 
Senior ... Do what? . . . Only one month till 
graduation . . . smiles . . . tears . . . sisters . . . 
Fly Delta! 



BOTTOM LEFT: I real.ze that it will be a tight squeeze, but 
I surely would appreciate it if you'd let me get through 
here . . . BOTTOM CENTER: President Cathy Moss discusses 
the wonders and mysteries of life with her sisters. BOTTOM 
RIGHT: All you've got to do is fold the paper, find the 
wire, and punch. Bunch! 



/ 







OZT 

My book's right, the banks wrong . . . m-m-m-m 
Rhythm and Soul in the barn . . . Let's have another 
party . . . groovin' . . . Are you a Foo? . . . Need 
a dorm warming? ... The great pumpkin rose out 
of the closet . . . Where's our Tiger . . . The com- 
position will be ready by Thanksgiving . . . "Her" 
has a diamond rock garden ... My head's too big, 
it won't stay on . . . Mrs. Shepherd "clowning 
around" . . . Where's the masking tape? . . . SP4, 
PFC . . . Squad leader or machine gunner? . . . 
Latrine duty . . . George graduated? . . . Hotty 
Pot's loose . . . Where's the photographer? . . . 
Chug-a-lug . . . Paint is gold . . . I'll starve to death 
with chop sticks . . . Fire! Fire! . . . Aren't the 
mugs here yet . . . It tastes like grass . . . Here's 
to food science ... I'm not the sistey uglier ... I 
like it short, Judi . . . Parker's on the rampage . . . 
Gussets for a banner . . . Millie drank how many 
bottles of champagne??? . . . Katydids . . . No, 
it's not a color T.V. . . . Midnight skulkers strike 
again . . . Spread the good word. 




Albrecht, J. 
Ball, D. 
Ballard. B. 
Bartles. J. E 
Batson. P. 
Bissey. D. 
Callison, S. 
Carroll. V. 
Clark, J. 
Craig, M. 
Cromer. L. 
Donaldson, 
Fairey, K. 
Georgeo, A 
Georgeo, B. 
Gordon, L. 
Hanna. G. 
Hotmger. S, 
Hunter, C. 



M 



Jones, M. 
Kester, A. 
Lynn, B. 
Macauley, P. 
Mattis, V. 
Nicks, J. 
O'Neal. S. 
Owens. E. 
Parker. L. 
Patey, C. 
Pepple, B. 
Rice, S. 
Richbourg. D. 
Roberts, J. 
Smith, S. 
Stewart. T. 
Tripp S. 
Waddell. P. 



BOTTOM LEFT: It's much more fun backstage. You 
get to see the performance from the rear! TOP 
LEFT: President Becky Ballard leads the girls as 
they welcome the rushees with a song. TOP CEN 
TER: Its really very simple ... you just put one 
foot in front of the other! TOP RIGHT: The cheer- 
ing section displays enthusiasm during the Dixie Day 
games. 





ZBX 

TRY TO REMEMBER . . . laughs and sorrows, 
friendly fights, always tomorrow and candlelights 
. . . SOUNDS OF SIGMA . . . color T.V. and 
stereo, Dixie Day, all the way, pre-rush and Major 
Lance, beer baseball and our exam dance ... BE 
THE BEST . . . popcorn and pretzels, surprise and 
song, fantastic time, party tonight, rack city all day 
long ... A MAN . . . dates and diamonds, four 
in a row? painting, printing, we've gotta crow . . . 
BLUE AND WHITE . . . workers, leaders, jokers, 
friends, studying, exams — Is there no end? . . . 
HELLO, SIGMA . . . psychedelic lights and go-go 
girls, a brand new dress and a string of pearls . . . 
UPSTAIRS, DOWNSTAIRS ... an architect, a 
mathematician, even biology, running around, any- 
one call me? . . . SIGMAS WHO KNOW . . . 
WSA and Who's Who, our queen and Miss CU, 
cheerleaders, TAPS and Phi Kappa Phi, Order of 
Athena and the Reasons Why . . . SISTERHOOD 
. . . Christmas party, coffee pot, gag gifts, laughs 
a lot; houseparty and Clemson mugs, dancing dolls 
and tears and hugs . . . GOING SIGMA . . . 
Magnolia Manor, Peter Pan, always and forever 
Sigma Land . . . Sigma shield, work and play all 
add up to the SIGMA WAY! 





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FAR LEFT: President Jane Hass holds a steady 
hand during the Dixie Day games. LEFT CENTER: 
Well we've got to earn the money somehow. 
Shoeshine, mister? CENTER: Paula shows an in- 
terested rushee the intrinsic scrapbook depicting 
the fun year. 1969. RIGHT: Teaberry Shuffle 
the way . . . you gotta go Sigma! 



Addis. G. 


Glen. S. 


Knoy, K. 


Ra.lton, D. 


Alley, S. 


Harte, S. 


Kossler. J. 


Robbins. H 


Carlton, B. 


Hass, J. 


Lanham, J. 


Sloan. P. 


Culbertson, S. 


Hayes. B. 


Mackay. M. D. 


Sobczyk, R. 


Dannals. N. 


Holcombe. S. 


Mansfield, P. 


Stuart, D. 


Dodds. C. 


Jackson, L. 


Owen. M. 


Williamson, 


Emerson. S. 


Jackson, S. 


Ragsdale. J. 


Wright, D. 


Enslen, D. 


Jones M. 







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TOP: I don't know bow I got here, but I feel out 
of place . . . Tell me, isn't this the fraternity quad? 
LEFT: If we can just make it fit in the truck, we'll 
be all set to go. RIGHT: Well, all I sa.d was "Is 
there anything I can do to help?" 



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ORGANIZATIONS 

STAND 





HONORARY 

WHO'S WHO 



LEFT: JAMES BARKER. Member of CDA, High Court Attor- 
ney, Vice-President of Delta Kappa Alpha, Taj Sigma Delta, 
American Institute of Architecture Majoring in Architecture. 

BELOW: ALLEN FRANKLIN, Arnold Air Society (Com- 
mander), Scabbard and Blade (First Sergeant), Blue Key 
(Vice-President), Student Senate, ASME. Tau Beta Phi, 
Gamma Beta Phi, Majoring in Mechanical Engineering. 

Twenty outstanding Clemson seniors were selected 
for the 1968-1969 edition of "Who's Who Among 
Students in American Universities and Colleges." 
Selection for the honor is based on the individual 
character, scholarship, leadership, participation in 
extracurricular activities, and future potential of the 
students. Emphasis is placed on the student's par- 
ticipation in extracurricular activities more than on 
acedemic achievements in choosing the recipients. 



WHO'S WHO 



RIGHT: JEFF LAPIN, Chi Lambda Fraternity President. 
Student Government. Cheerleader, Sigma Tau Epsilon, Student 
Body Treasurer, Majoring in Mathematics. 

BELOW: BETTY LYNN, Omicron Zeta Tau, Students for 
Education Aid (President), Court of Lesser Appeals, High 
Court Judge, Majoring in Science Teaching. 




RIGHT: WILLIAM STEELE. Agricultural Economics Club, 
WSBF Senior Staff, Tiger and Concert Band, Majoring in 
Agricultural Economics. 

ABOVE: HELEN BUNCH. Delta Theta Chi Sorority, Resident 
Assistant. Clemson Players, Clemson Outing Club, RPA Club, 
Senate, Majoring in RPA. 





LEFT: MARION ALDRIDGE. Blue Key. Gamma Alpha Mu, 
Alpha Gamma, Student Body Vice-President, Majoring in 
English. 



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WHO'S WHO 



UPPER RIGHT: HARRY TINSLEY Hall Supervisor, President 
of the S. C. Collegiate Press Association, Commanding 
Officer of Fourth Battalion of Army ROTC, "Tiger" Editor, 
Majoring in History. 

BELOW: DAVID MERRY, Head Cheerleader, Tiger Brother- 
hood. Numeral Society, Blue Key, Majoring in Economics. 




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LEFT: MANLEY S. YOUNG. Tiger Brotherhood, Senior Sen- 
ator, Chairman Traffic and Grounds Committee, Resident 
Assistant, Majoring in RPA, Blue Key. 

BOTTOM LEFT: BECKY CARLTON, Sigma Beta Chi Sorority. 
WSA President, Order of Athena President, Majoring in 
Science Teaching. 

BELOW: BILL DePASS. Young Republ.cans President, High 
Court Chairman, Blue Key, Majoring in History. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: FELIX NIEPVEAUX, WSBF. Clemson Play- 
ers, Sailing Club, Young Republicans. Tigerama Technical 
Director. Majoring in Electrical Engineering. 




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WHO'S WHO 



BELOW: ALSTON GORE, Hall Supervisor, Director Tigerama. 
Senior Class President, Secretary-Treasurer Blue Key, Army 
Aviation Flight Program, ROTC Company Commander, SCSSL 
Delegate, Majoring in Zoology. 

RIGHT: ALLEN THOMPSON, Kappa Delta Chi, Phi Eta 
Sigma, Ph. Kappa Phi. Tau Beta Pi (President), AlChE (Vice- 
President), Lt. Gov. S. C. State Legislature, "Tiger" Staff, 
Majoring in Chemical Engineering. 





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RIGHT: DON DuBOSE, Kappa Delta Chi, Phi Eta Sigma 
Delta Sigma Nu, Track, Block "C" Club, Westminster Fellow- 
ship, High Court ( Vice-Chairman) , Majoring in Pre-Medicine 

ABOVE: GORDON EDGIN, Kappa Delta Chi (Secretary 
President Student Senate, President Blue Key, Arnold Ail 
Society. Tiger Brotherhood, SCSSL, SUSGA, Pre-Law Society 
Majoring in Economics. 





ALPHA ZETA 

In August, Dick Divens, Joe Nickles, and Dudley 
Raynal were able to represent Clemson's Chapter 
of the national honorary agricultural fraternity at 
the National Bi-annual Conclave in Raleigh, North 
Carolina. On campus, to honor outstanding stu- 
dents in the Agriculture and Biological Sciences, 
Alpha Zeta placed an honor board in the lobby of 
the Plant and Animal Science Building. In further 
service to the students, a monitoring service for 
studying was established in the same building. 

JOE NICKLES Chancelor 




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3D.ns, I., buber, K, Jordan, J., Coleman, W., Creech, G., Dubose, H., Gamgemi, D., Roebuck, B.. Banks, C. Nickles. J., 
D„ Daves, G.. Dubose, T., Douglas. H., Holland, C, Oxler, S., Posser, W., Hubbard, G., Raynal, D., Skelton. D., Peele. R., 



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ALPHA PHI OMEGA 

One of the most gratifying experiences of this 
year's activities was seeing the Clemson University 
sign presented to the school. The Gamma Lambda 
Chapter dedication of the sign at the 1968 Home- 
coming climaxed four years of fund raising. APO 
members were quick to help the infirmary in a 
critical period of the flu epidemic. In addition to 
distributing the "Chronicle", APO also delivered 
copies of "Careers" to graduating seniors. Again 
this year, the Boy Scouts in the area received a 
boast from the Scouting Committee of ALPHA 
PHI OMEGA. 







Am,ck H. 

Ayers. R. 



Ayers, R. 
Bodle. P. 



Black. L. 
Boyles, J. 



Campbell, G. Dunlap. M. Fowler. M. 

Denton, H. Forwood. P. Grates, G. 



Greene, E. 
Heath. W. 






Hodges, A. 
Hubbard, J. 
Jebaily. G. 



Lindsey, D. Maness, J 

Kauric. W. Mathis, L. 

McCombs, J. Merltel, F. 




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LEFT: Members enjoy a dunking apparently. MID- 
DLE: President Henry Garbelman presents sign to 
President Bob Edwards. RIGHT: A brewery perhaps? 



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BLUE KEY 

Perhaps the foremost project Blue Key undertakes 
is the planning, directing, and co-ordinating of 
Tigerama. This annual student variety production 
on the eve of Homecoming entertains thousands in 
Death Valley. This same evening, Blue Key mem- 
bers also serve as escorts for the Miss Clemson 
University contestants. This year Blue Key under- 
took a special project to establish a women's honor 
organization to recognize outstanding young women 
on the same standards as Blue Key. Eight charter 
sisters were selected for the Order of Athena. As 
another new project, Blue Key is instituting an award 
to be kept by the winner of the Clemson-Carolina 
game beginning next fall. 

GORDON EDGIN, President 




BACK. LEFT TO RIGHT: Settle 
Hunt. D.. Buck. J. 



J., Depass. W.. Dav.s. J. FRONT: Young. M., 




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CLEMSON CIRCLE K CLUB 

Service around campus kept the members of 
Circle K busy this year by maintaining bulletin 
boards in the university post office, installing dormi- 
tory notice boxes in halls and lounges, and aiding 
with voting and polling activities. During basketball 
season, they placed spirit banners in the Coliseum 
and carried underprivileged children to the games. 
To support their service projects, car washes and 
cushion sales were held to raise funds. Locally, 
Circle K helped the TB Association by stuffing 
Christmas seal envelopes. 



BELOW: Warren Greshar 
Association folders. 



president, explains the TB 





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Adams. J. 


Fouche, L. 


Looney, D. 


Beard, G. 


Gresham, W. 


Montgomery. C 


Brown, W. 


Hanahan, J. 


Richardson, W. 


Chapman, R. 


Hendricks, S. 


Walker, J. 


Collins, D. 


Joye, C. 


Warlick. W. 


Douglass, H. 


Klosterman. T. 


Win burn, J. 


DuPre, C. 


Langley. J. 


Young, P. 



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GAMMA BETA PHI 

This year the members of Gamma Beta Phi have 
strived to create an active honorary organization 
and have succeeded. Members were initiated at 
a banquet at the Eldorado. During the fall, mem- 
bers gathered at a picnic on the lake. The character 
of Gamma Beta Phi is reflected in its members. 
One of America's "Fourteen Top Aerospace Lead- 
ers" is Alan Franklin. Sponsored by Gamma Beta 
Phi, Miss Judi Kossler was chosen "Miss Clemson 
University." 

LEFT: President Bob Snoddy welcomes guests to banquet. 







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GAMMA OMEGA PHI 

With this being an election year, Gamma Omega 
Phi had a busier than usual semester participating 
in the local, state, and national elections. Particu- 
larly interesting was the campaigning for Oconee 
county's Marshall Parker. Behind the scenes work 
included hanging posters, posting hand bills, help- 
ing at rallies, taking polls, and bumper-branding. 
Socially, GOP was equally active with a party each 
dance weekend, the special activities for the Clem- 
son-Carolina Swing-In weekend, the Christmas party, 
and the installation of new officers during Junior- 
Senior weekend. 



UPPER: Mapping out plans for the 
WALT RIGGS. Pres.dent. 



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Fisher. R. 
Gantt, R. 
Garland, E. 



McGuigan, 
Mayer. J. 
Morns. F. 



Simpson, J. 
Street, J. 
Ur. A. 




KERAMOS 

Honored as outstanding students in the field of 
ceramics, Keramos members in turn try to promote 
a sincere interest in ceramic engineering in high 
schools around the state by distributing informative 
booklets and through personal visits. In serving the 
school, Keramos again presented several books on 
ceramic processes to the Olin Hall library for stu- 
dents' use. At the end of the year, two awards are 
given to a rising junior and senior, and they are 
honored at the final banquet as well. 



BELOW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Brandt, B„ Jeffords. B., Adams, 
H., Burns. J., Carrol, A., Wilson, C, Wilson D LEFT- 
HARRY ADAMS, President. 




SIGMA TAU EPSILON 

Among the many activities of the club, the most 
memorable was the lecture given by Mr. Frank L. 
Day, Director of Clemson-at-Greenville. His topic 
was Wilson and the Hinman Collating Machine; the 
Misapplication of Science to Art — which thoroughly 
captivated his entire audience. 

Two awards are given annually by the society on 
Honors and Awards Day. They go to the sophomore 
and senior having the highest scholastic average in 
Arts and Sciences. Membership in the society is 
open to all seniors and juniors who are enrolled in 
the college of Arts and Sciences upon attainment 
of certain standards of scholarship and personality. 

BILL BONEKAT, Pres.dent 









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Bowen, M. 


Couch, S. 


Dinw.ddie. M. 


Duncan, D. 


Hardie, W. 


Lapin, J. 


ock. R. 


Bryant, M. 


Dean, B. 


Dobbins, W. 


Fabian, G. 


Humphrey, K. 


Mahon, J. 


onekat, H. 


Ch.sman. L. 


Dernck, T. 


DuBose, E. 


Gentry, R. 


Kaba, R. 


Matson, J 



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New Members of Sigma Tau Epsilon. FIRST ROW: Hass, J.. Jackson, B., Smith, G., Jansen, S., Cely, J.. 
Hancock P SECOND ROW: Stewart, M., Hanna, W., Pruitt, L, Franke. B.. Underhill, R. THIRD ROW: 
Deckman, G., Verross. W.. Thompson, M„ Deanhardt, M.. Johnson, S. FOURTH ROW: P.tner, W., Bessent, 
C Baldwin F., Dykstra, K., Howard, C. FIFTH ROW: Blair, E., Ray, L, Worsham, F., Heikkila, E. 



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Miller, W. 


Potts, C. 


Mibley. J. 


Shumpert, J. 


Pitts, W. 


Skinner, P. 


Shirley. C. 


Toole, M. 


Sandifer, J. 


Uller. M. 


Reeves, J. 


Vehorn, R. 


Ramey, J. 


Violette, D. 



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PHI ETA SIGMA 

Unlike the honoraries on campus that judge eli- 
gibility on leadership, and scholarship, Phi Eta Sigma 
membership is based strictly on scholarship. A mini- 
mum 3.5 grade-point ratio is the requirement for 
admission. This year, as in each year, Phi Eta Sigma 
sponsors achievement tests in English and mathe- 
matics, and the winners were recognized with special 
awards on Honors and Awards Day. The same time, 
the senior with the highest grade-point ratio was 
presented a medal. In April, a banquet was held 
for all the new initiates. 





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Allen. J. 


B.sker. R. 




Caldwell. J. 


Davenport. H. 


DuBose, E. 


Elliott, R. 


Garnett, S. 


James, H. 


Alpert. C. 


Bolen. C. 




Carpenter. M. 


Dav<s. H. 


Ducworth. L. 


Fessler. R. 


Hanltins, S. 


Johnson, S 


Bell, D. 


Braun. D. 




Cloninger, J. 


Dreher T. 


Duncan, D. 


Foster, D. 


Hassllnger, M. 


Jones. C. 


Betslll. W. 


Buckhiester 


P. 


Corpening, B. 


Drehnan. J. 


DuPre. C. 


Gaddy, C. 


Hatchell. R. 


Jones. J. 




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Kinghorn, A. Mims, P. 

Mauney, D. Morris, T. 

Mclntyre, L. Morrison, S. 

Meyer, T. Parris, K. 



Peace, D. Sartain, K. 

Pounder, D. Shelley, W. 

Ramey, J. Shirley, C. 

Rogers, D. Smith, W. 



Stanley, T. Thompson, A. 

Stewart. M. Van Osdell, D. 

Sutherland, D. Verross, W. 

Thomas, J. Worsham. F. 






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PHI KAPPA PHI 

Phi Kappa Phi is a national organization with the 
primary objective of recognition and encouragement 
of superior scholarship in all fields of study. Mem- 
bership in this organization is considered the highest 
scholastic honor that a Clemson student can obtain. 

Among the undergraduates, seniors with cumu- 
lative grade-point ratio of 3.2 and second semester 
juniors with a cumulative grade-point ratio of 3.5 
are eligible for membership. The new members are 
formally welcomed into Phi Kappa Phi each fall and 
spring with an initiation service and banquet. 

Now celebrating its Thirtieth Anniversary on the 
Clemson campus and continuing the fulfillment of 
its motto — "The love of learning rules the world" — 
Phi Kappa Phi started a new tradition in the fall 
of 1968. The society sponsored an essay contest, 
"The Pursuit of Learning," and the winner of the 
$25 award was recognized at the annual Honors and 
Awards Day Presentation. 



Abrams, J. Bell, D. Bostic. J. Cooper. C. 

Anderson, T. Bishop, S. Bryant, M. Couch. S. 

Avinger, J. Blair, D. Buckhiester. P. Courtney. C. 

Barbary, S. Blake, L Caldwell, J. Crammer. J. 

Barker, M. Bonekat, H. Compton. R. Davis, H. 





Derrick, 


T. 


Duncan, D. 


Franklin, A. 


Heller, P. 




Lane, J. 


Moore, R. 


Ramey, J. 


Shirley, C. 


Thomas, J. 


Dobbin 


i, R. 


Fabian. G. 


Gambrell, J. 


Jackel, D. 




Law, P. 


Palmer. J. 


Reeves, J. 


Shumpert. J. 


Thompson, A. 


Dobbin' 


», W. 


Fessler, R. 


Harmon, F. 


Jones, H. 




Miller, W. 


Parris, K. 


Salamony. J. 


Skinner. P. 


Turner, D. 


DuBose 


E. 


Ficking, J. 


Hart, S. 


Kaba, R. 




Mitchem, S. 


Potts, C. 


Sandifer, J. 


Small, R. 


Uller, M. 


DuBose 


H. 


Ford, W. 


Hass, J. 


Kinghorn, 


A. 


Mobley J. 


Pounder, D. 


Segar, J. 


Smith, C. 


Williams, W. 




ACROSS: Mr. Douglass Bradbury, the President 
and Advisor of Phi Kappa Phi. BOTTOM: Faculty 
and Student Members discuss future plans for the 
libr, 



Ammons, B. 


Cooper, D. 


Ellenberg, J 


Ballenger. D. 


Drakeford, B. 


Gore, B. 


Buck. J. 


Edgin. S. 


Harris, B. 


Cartwright, D. 


Eldridge C. 


Lhotsky, J. 



TIGER BROTHERHOOD 

As a local, selective honorary fraternity, Tiger 
Brotherhood presented the "Fighting Tiger", a 
statue, on the grounds of the Littlejohn Coliseum, 
which marks the culmination of some five years of 
fund raising by the membership. This long term 
project and our annual presentation of the "Mother 
of the Year Award" to that outstanding woman who 
has been affiliated with Clemson, are but two of 
the activities so important to the Brotherhood. 

With high standards of social and ethical conduct, 
Tiger Brotherhood strives to instill within its members 
the living tradition of a true Clemson Gentleman. 










What kind of Brotherhood" did you say? 




Matthews. G. Morns, P. Taylor, J, Young, S. 

Merry, D. Smith, D. Waddell, H. H.nson, S. 

Mahaffey, R. Sursavage, J. Ware, B. DePass, B, 

Michael, B. Roach, B, Yoke, B. Tolley, C. 




CENTER: Just another service. TOP: Faster than a speeding bullet. 
LOWER RIGHT: Dave Merry, President. 



TAU BETA PI 

One of the biggest events of the year for Tau 
Beta Pi is the initiation week each semester, which 
lasts a full week. This past semester the formal 
banquet was held at the Eldorado with Mr. Wright 
Byron, Vice-President of the University for Develop- 
ment as speaker. Another big event is the presen- 
tation of a plaque to the outstanding freshman in 
Engineering at Honors and Awards Day. This plus 
a Big Brother program and courses in the use of 
a slide rule helps hold the club together and give 
it a sense of purpose. 

BUDDY THOMPSON, President 




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Salamony, J. 
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Smith, C. 



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Thomas, J. 
Williams, W. 



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XI SIGMA PI 

Xi Sigma Pi's main objective is promotion of close 
unity between future foresters sharing a common 
interest in personal achievement and scholarship. 
The fraternity annually presents a scholarship recog- 
nition award to a rising sophomore, junior, and 
senior. Selection of individuals receiving awards is 
based on the grade-point ratio of the previous 
academic year, leadership ability, interest and par- 
ticipation in curricular and extra-curricular activities. 
The members also contribute to the annual publica- 
tion of the Clemson forestry students, "Clemson 
Forester." 



LEFT: President Dale Martin has headed the group's activities 
this year. BELOW: Initiates are questioned thoroughly. 




Jensen, J. 


Tompkins, D 


Little, R. 


Tyson, J. 


Martin, D. 


Wall, W. 


Phillips, R. 


Wilson, H. 



MU BETA PSI 



Recognizing students who have excelled in musical 
activities on campus is the function of the honorary, 
Delta Chapter of Mu Beta Psi. The major project 
of the club is the presentation of the annual Concert 
Series for which the members serve as ushers, mar- 
shals, and ticket sellers. These concerts are held 
throughout the year and are opened to both uni- 
versity students and the public. The final contri- 
bution comes in the form of a money-making project 
that presents prominent musical groups on campus 
as well as those from surrounding colleges. "Spring 
Sounds" has become widely recognized as both 
entertainment and as a vehicle of student musical 
expression. 



RIGHT: You mean we aren't members yet? BELOW 
TOMMY TANTILLO, President. 






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Alverson, D. 
Bennett, R. 
Brandon, J. 
Chovan. J. 
Cobb, S. 





ORDER OF ATHENA 

One of the youngest honorary organizations on 
the Clemson campus, Order of Athena was organ- 
ized in the spring of 1968 by the brothers of Blue 
Key as a sister society to their organization. After 
careful deliberation, ten charter members were se- 
lected and inducted. These women students of 
Clemson University were those who had in the past 
demonstrated in curricular and extra-curricular ac- 
tivities the ideals of scholarship, leadership, and 
service in such activities as WSA, student govern- 
ment, Women's Residence Court, YMCA, social 
sororities, and other campus organizations. The 
name was derived from Athena, the Greek goddess 
of wisdom. Co-sponsoring various social functions 
with Blue Key, the Order of Athena plans on future 
projects of service to the University. 



TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT: Becky Carlton. President; Louise 
Knight, and Shelley Barbary. BOTTOM: The Order of Athena 
entertained the Blue Key members with their jokes and 
refreshments. 



ALPHA TAU ALPHA 

As a national professional honorary fraternity for 
teachers and teacher trainees in agricultural edu- 
cation, the Kappa Chapter of Alpha Tau Alpha has 
been organized at Clemson since May, 1932. This 
year, ATA had a chicken barbecue with the Society 
for the Advancement of Agricultural Education. 
First Semester, ATA sponsored with SAAE a repre- 
sentative to the National Future Farmers of America 
Convention. 




Crawford, J. 


Reed, G. 


Floyd, L. 


Roddey, M 


Livingston. J. 


Turner, W. 


Painter, J. 


Wall W. 



SOCIETY OF AMERICAN 
MILITARY ENGINEERS 

The Society of American Military Engineers is an 
association in which engineers of the Armed Forces 
and from all fields of Civilian Engineering practice 
join to increase the engineer potential of the U. S. 
for the National Commander. Speakers and films 
added a great deal to the meetings of the Society 
of American Military Engineers. SAME consists of 
military engineering, civil engineering, and engi- 
neering, education. During the fall semester, the 
members enjoyed trips to the Keowee-Toxaway 
project and the Army Engineer School at Ft. Belvoir, 
Virginia. A tour of the Lockheed facilities at 
Marietta, Georgia, and a trip to Cape Kennedy, 
Florida, kept the members and president, Thomas 
Barnwell, very busy. 



LEFT: The engineers discuss their tricks of trade at an informal 
gathering. RIGHT: SAME members listen to a briefing while 
on a field trip to an Engineer Construction Battalion at Fort 
Stewart. 




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Pace, R. Rentz, A. Smith, C. Thomas, J. 

Pitman, A. Robinson, T. Stuckey, H. Thomas, R. 

Player, V. Sanders, D. Sutton, C. Todd, J. 

Powers, C. Sansonetti, E. Swanger, D. Truett, G. 

Raymond. C. Slagle, G. Taylor, J. Trythall, K. 




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AGRICULTURE AND 
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 

The Agriculture and Biolo^l Science* Co :Z 
has served as a sponsor^ o ga - ** and 

ofmteresttothewholecoMe_ na g adv . sorYca 

Biological Sciences In J v J , nstruction and 

pacty to the Director of R ' d e ci) ^ 

? ne Dean of Agnculture the U be . 

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AGRICULTURAL 
ECONOMICS CLUB 

This year members participated in public speaking 
contests and debating contests sponsored by the 
American Agricultural Economics Association held 
annually at different land grant colleges in the 
United States. Again this year, the Agricultural 
Economics club printed a brochure containing in- 
formation about all graduating seniors to aid pro- 
spective employers. Trips this year were taken to 
Atlanta, Greenville, and Charleston. 

TOP LEFT: Preparing for the student-faculty picnic. 




BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Steele. E 
land. R.. Hand. B.. Carmichael. M., Shuli 



Nolen, T., Hall, D„ Smith. K., Evans. J.. Edwards. 
D.. Butler. G.. Cryst, S.. Spurlock. H. 



Bell. R., Mishoe. M. FRONT ROW: Frye, B., Cope- 



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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 
OF TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 

The student chapter of the American Association 
for Textile Technology provides textile students an 
early means of becoming associated with the organi- 
zation of the National AATT and to advance its 
aims and goals. The student chapter of AATT was 
organized on Clemson's campus in 1962 to affiliate 
the students in textiles with a national textile organi- 
zation. The purposes of the AATT are to keep the 
students informed on current developments in the 
textile industry, and to develop an understanding 
of all aspects of the industry. These goals are 
accomplished by having speakers, having field trips 
to industries, and showing moviec. All undergradu- 
ate students whose curriculum includes one major 
course in textiles are eligible to become members 
of the students chapter of AATT. 

RIGHT: RONNIE SMITH, President 






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Acquaviva. J. 


Brown. J. 


Davis. M. 




Goldstein 


L. 


McGuigan. W. 


Sibley. W. 


Bouchillon R. 


Bundnck, R. 


Evans. M. 




Leary, G. 




Milles. J. 


Small, R. 


Brock. P. 


Connelly. R. 


Hinson, S. 




Love, S. 




Moore. H. 


Smith, R. 






Gambrell 


J. 


Maynard 


B. 


Rhymer. W. 


Williams, J 




THE CLEMSON PLAYERS 

Being a student organization, The Clemson Players 
derive their operating funds from the University. 
But unlike quite a few of the groups, we do not 
make a profit from our attendance. All the support 
that is desired is student attendance and interest 
in the productions. The players present three plays 
a year, one the first semester and two the second 
semester. For the year 1968-1969, they staged the 
Imaginary Invalid, The Odd Couple, and concluding 
the year with three one-act plays in a three-quarters 
round. The Players are a completely student-oriented 
group. They rely on students for set construction, 
properties, make-up, costumes, lighting, and of 
course, actors. No matter where one's interest may 
lie, they have a place of responsibility for him. 



TOP: Let's see. my next move should be . . . LEFT. 
Sand for everyone. ABOVE: That's just the way it is! 




TOP LEFT: You don't say! TOP MIDDLE: Dr. Fear 
and the cards. TOP RIGHT: Spring vacation, every- 
one heads for the beach. BOTTOM LEFT: What is 
it, what is it? BOTTOM RIGHT: Oh me. what will 
they do to you next? 




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AMATEUR RADIO CLUB 

One of the facets of the Clemson Amateur Radio 
Club is its MARS program under the auspices of 
the Army ROTC Department. This program com- 
bines amateur radio and military organization for 
a communication network of vital importance. The 
club station, located in the basement of the MS 
Building, provides an excellent base of activities for 
the club. The club station is capable of various 
modes of transmission including teletype. Amateur 
radio deals with all aspects of the radio art from 
emergency communication, experimentation, and 
public service to contests and "ragchews." 



TOP: Club members at their radio station in the basement of 
the MS Building. BOTTOM: CHUCK BARDSLEY, president 
of the Amateur Radio Club. 












Douglass. F. 
Hatchell. R. 
Johnston, E. 



McBurnett, R. Miller. J. Painter. K. Stmson, J. 

Martin. W. Ormtz. B. Pratt. L. Thompson. R. 

Nass, G. Owens, L. Smgletary, G. Waclcwitz. J. 



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THE AMERICAN 
ASSOCIATION OF 
TEXTILE CHEMIST AND 
COLORISTS 

All through the year, AATCC took field trips to 
various finishing, dyeing, and research operations 
throughout S. C, but most interesting was visiting 
the Southern Textile Exposition in Greenville. On 
campus, the club helped build a homecoming dis- 
play and participated in high school student day 
in Sirrine Hall. Planning ahead this year, construc- 
tion has already begun on a booth for the national 
AATCC Convention for the fall of 1969. A few of 
the members were even privileged to attend the 
W. F. Fancourt Memorial Seminar in Greensboro. 

TOP, CENTER: TERRY ANDERSON, President 



Durham, L 


Langley. J. 


Owens, R. 


Tantillo, T. 


Goldstein. L. 


Millar, R. 


Rumph, D. 


Todd, G. 


Kazmia, P. 


Morris, L. 


Smith, J. 


Weaver, N 



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AMERICAN CERAMIC 
SOCIETY 

Through the sponsorship of various social func- 
tions, the American Ceramic Society cultivates a 
better relationship among ceramic engineering stu- 
dents. Insight into the application of theory to the 
ceramic industry is provided, as well. Homecoming 
weekend, the ACS sponsored a contestant and 
hosted a drop-in following the game. Plant man- 
agers, consultant engineers, and a patent lawyer 
presented programs at the bi-monthly meetings. 
Structural clay, glass, and electronic industries were 
visited. A banquet honoring students of outstanding 
scholarship with achievement awards, was held at 
the close of the second semester. 



RIGHT. CENTER: DAVID McCLURE. President. TOP. LEFT 
TO RIGHT: Moore, V., Brandt, B„ Burns, J., Miller, D.. Wilson, 
D., Smith, T., Flow. L, Adams, H., Gibson, J., Bennet, R., Jolly. 
R.. Presson. B.. Handy. D., Wilson, C, Childress. G., Robinson, 
G.. Carroll, A„ Southgate, G.. McClure, D., Ramsky. J. 




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Adams. N. 


Deanhardt, M. 


Melmk, J. 




Ba.rd. D. 


Franke, B. 


Neale, B. 




Bock, R. 


Hall, J. 


Parker, D. 




Bowers, A. 


Kaba. R. 


Poteat. B. 




Branham, B, 


Leverette, B. 


Street, F. 




Davis, J. 


McNair, L. 


Summerell 


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Bethany Franlce completes a difficult experiment under the 
supervision of chemistry lab instructor. 



AMERICAN CHEMICAL 
SOCIETY 

The American Chemical Society provides an op- 
portunity for fellowship among students majoring 
in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, and Textile 
Chemistry. Each year the Society members attend 
meetings and social functions on the local, state 
and regional levels. 

At the bimonthly meetings members hear local 
chemists speak on various topics in chemistry and 
science in general. This year, a steak picnic held by 
the Society gave members a chance to become 
more closely acquainted with faculty and staff of 
the Chemistry Department. 

In January, the Clemson chapter hosted the regu- 
lar meeting of the Western Carolinas Section, where 
an interesting talk was presented by a pharma- 
ceutical chemist on oral contraception. In May, the 
chapter hosted the first Western Carolinas Confer- 
ence where several members presented papers on 
their own research. 




AMERICAN DAIRY 
SCIENCE ASSOCIATION 

Students of the American Dairy Science Associ- 
ation this year helped to sponsor judging teams in 
varied contests. They also sent members to represent 
the club in various supporting organizations through- 
out the U. S. High points of the year were the 
annual faculty-student picnic in April and the award- 
ing of the Dairy Achievement Award, given to the 
student who showed the greatest improvement dur- 
ing his college career. 



RIGHT TOP: K,rk McKeown endorses his product 



Bridwell. F. 
Butler. R. 
Catto. M. 
Classey, R. 
Corbett. H. 
Cornwell. G. 



Ducworth. R. 
Gibson, D. 
Glenn. E. 
Hammond. T. 
Jameson. H. 
Jordan, J. 



Long. L. 
Mann, J. 
Mills, S. 
Moore. C. 





JIM HAYS, President 

To provide practical contact between future 
chemical engineers and interested prospective em- 
ployers, the AlChE sponsored many guest lecturers 
from the various fields of Chemical engineering 
this year. Duke Power Company's Keowee-Toxaway 
Project and the NASA programs of the past year 
were topics of particular interest to the group. The 
AlChE also constructed a Homecoming display and 
held two cookouts during the year. A banquet for 
students and faculty members climaxed the year's 
activities, aiong with a trip to the national conven- 
tion of AlChE student chapters, held this year in 
Gainesville, Florida. 






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AMERICAN INSTITUTE 
OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS 



LEFT: Two members discuss plans for an upcoming 
meeting of the Clemson Chapter. RIGHT: Work 
is almost completed on the AlChE Homecoming 
Display entitled "Skunk the War Eagles." 





Cromer. D. 
Culler, W. 
Culbertson. C 
Dav.s. J. 




lyfield, D. Newman, M. Pool, J. 

tchell. J. Ornitz, B. Prohaska, J. 

ley, D. Osborne, M. R.chbourg, V. 

to, P- Palmer, J. Robertson, O. 



Robin 

Roof, R. 
Rutland. C. 
Salamony, J 



W. 



Shirley. W. 
Smith. D. 
Steele, R. 
Talbert, J. 



Templeton, J. 
Theil.ng, H. 
Thompson. A. 
Thompson, R. 



Walker, R. 
Walters, J. 
Warren, J. 
Watson. W. 



Wincott, D. 
Winch, J. 
Wyatt. L. 
Young. J. 



AMERICAN SOCIETY OF 
METALS 

Members, friends, and faculty witnessed members 
of ASM begin their activities with a football game, 
and cookout first semester. There were numerous 
field trips this year for the club: Torrington Bearing 
in Clinton, S. C, Singer Die Casting in Pickens, 
S. C, Westinghouse in Toccoa, Ga., and Southern- 
wire Co. in Carrollton, Ga. Members were also 
able to attend the "Old South" regional chapter 
ASM in Greenville to hear contemporary lectures 
related to metallurgy. 



LEFT: Roy Dunham, president, illustrates a new piece of 
equipment. BELOW: First-hand experience is a valuable aid 
to club members. 










Ainsworth, R. 








Armstrong, W. 




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Baler, G. 
Brackett. R. 
Fickling, J. 








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AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF 
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERS 

To stimulate and promote the advancement of 
industrial engineers at Clemson is the purpose of 
the AIIE. Membership consists of industrial engineer 
majors who wish to learn more about their chosen 
fields, and thus promote themselves professionally. 
The student chapter allows problem discussion and 
the exchange of ideas. Delegates attended the 
Southeastern Conference in Miami where they at- 
tended meetings and were presented technical 
papers. Field trips were taken to General Motors 
and Lockheed of Georgia. The AIIE produces and 
sells ash trays and anvil paperweights in order that 
the chapter can have funds to operate. This is the 
organization's final year as the major is being 
phased out. 

HERBERT JOHNSON, President 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Stickle, R.. Berkovich. C. O'Shields, D.. Johnson, H., La.tala, E.. Little, D. 




CLEMSON FOOD SCIENCE 
CLUB 

The Food Science Club provides a means for 
undergraduate food science majors to become ac- 
quainted with current advances in the food indus- 
tries. By attending regional Institute of Technologists 
meetings, members also have the opportunity of 
meeting active leaders in the food industry as well 
as students from Georgia and Tennessee. Through 
this organization many Clemson students have re- 
ceived scholarships. At the Dixie IFT Awards Ban- 
quet in November, seven Clemson students received 
financial scholarships, one of the best representa- 
tions by any school in the nation. The club's principal 
money-making project has been the sale of smoked 
turkeys in which most members take part. Money 
from this project made it possible for some members 
to attend the annual meeting of the IFT which was 
held in Philadelphia. Other club events have been 
a get-acquainted picnic at the start of the academic 
year and a steak supper at the end of the year 
for members. 



RIGHT: Members prepare smoked turkeys to be 
sold. 



Gibson, T. 
\T p Jameson, G. 



Leyh.J. 



Parris, K. 

Pickens, S. 
Showfelt. R. 
Swink, M. 
Weingartner. K. 
Yongue, C. 





AMERICAN SOCIETY OF 
CIVIL ENGINEERS 

Of seventeen outstanding ASCE Student Chapter 
Awards presented across the nation for 1967-1968, 
one was awarded to the Clemson Chapter for its 
successful year. Their activities included a trip to 
Columbia to hear the National ASCE president, 
and a field trip to Spartanburg Concrete Company 
to view the operations of this company. In order 
to raise money for a social outing to close out their 
initiation week, members sold donuts in the Clemson 
residential area in November. A number of speak- 
ers in the various fields of civil engineering were 
also the Chapter's guests. Spring plans involved a 
joint conference at Clemson with CE students from 
The Citadel and USC. 



TOP: Harvey Mathias, president of ASCE, presides 
over a meeting. BOTTOM: Many long hours of 
hard work went into the ASCE Homecoming display 
in front of the CE Building. 




TOP: The ASCE initiation week was ended by a 
banquet at the Clemson House. ACROSS TOP: 
Members listen attentively during a meeting in the 
CE Auditorium. ACROSS BOTTOM: One of the 
many speakers in the various fields of civil engineer- 
ing who were guests of the ASCE. 





Kellahan. W. 
Kinghorn, A. 
Martin, R. 

McCarty, J. 



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Roach. J. 
Shackelford. C. 
Sloan, W. 
Smith, W. 





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Randolph, R. 
Smith. T. 
Stewart. A. 
Tankersley, J 
Tennant. M. 



AMERICAN SOCIETY OF 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERS 

Always active in field and national trips, the 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers was 
constantly on the move. In October, they visited 
LTV Electronics in Greenville. Later in November 
of 1968, they visited the Duke Power Keowee- 
Toxaway Project. Entering in the Homecoming dis- 
play contest, ASME-IEEE placed third in the moving 
section. Member Charles Jennings won the 1968 
Old Guard Contest for the presentation of his 
design project. He and President Julian Davis, 
sponsored by Proctor and Gamble, traveled to New 
York in December of 1968 for the National Con- 
vention. The Lockheed Georgia Co. presented an 
informative program at a joint banquet with the 
Greenville professional section. And finally, the 
Clemson chapter of ASME hosted the regional con- 
vention for 1969 in the spring. 




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BLOCK AND BRIDLE CLUB 

Again, orienting its activities to the field of ani- 
mal science, the Block and Bridle Club this year paid 
expenses of the carcass evaluation team to attend 
the Eastern National Contest in Virginia. The pro- 
ceeds from the club's annual pork barbecue held 
before the Clemson-North Carolina game, are being 
used to finance the building of a livestock arena 
for the animal science department in the hopes of 
bringing livestock shows to Clemson. In the spring, 
some of the members were able to attend the an- 
nual Little International Show and Judging Contest. 



JOE NICKLES. President 







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Adams. J. 


Black A. 


Copeland, B. 


Henderson, T. 


Jones. M. 


Atkinson. L. 


Bonnette. T. 


Durfos. D. 


Hill, G. 


Kennedy, J. 


Banks. C. 


Bndqes M. 


Gilliam. D. 


Hudgens B. 


Malphrus L. 





Maxwell, A. 
McMakin. J. 
Pardue, J. 
Patterson, J. 
Preacher, J. 
Rauton.G. 
Riddle. R. 
Ready, L. 



Shuler. J. 
Skinner, J. 
Thomas, J. 
Van Hoy, N. 
Wise, W. 
Woods. C. 
Woodside, A. 
Workman, M. 




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AMERICAN SOCIETY 
OF AGRICULTURAL 
ENGINEERS 

The American Society of Agricultural Engineers 
strives to promote the science of engineering in 
agriculture. Student branch members this year par- 
ticipated in a field trip to the National Tillage Lab 
at Auburn University. Other stops were made at 
Carling Brewery, Georgia Power and Light, and 
Robbins Air Force Base. This year the student 
branch sponsored the annual Southeast Regional 
Meeting of Student Branches of ASAE. Other 
activities included special programs for freshmen, 
a Christmas card project, and a soybean project. 

JOHN LONG, President 



Brundage, D. 
Coleman. F. 
Dantzler, L. 
Dobbins. T. 
Dobson. H. 
Eaddy, W. 



Garthe, J. 
Gilreath. J. 
Hand.G. 
Meehan, J. 
Mishoe. J. 
Murray. J. 



Neel.J. 

Plumblee.T. 
Rmehart, J. 
Rogers, J. 
Weathers, L. 
Wilson. D. 









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LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss J. Richardson, P. Malphrus, J. Steer, T. 



lette, J. Brannan 




CLEMSON 4-H CLUB 

In observance and promotion of National 4-H 
Week, October 6-12, the Clemson 4-H's dissemi- 
nated news stories to several local papers pledging 
their services in support of 4-H programs and activi- 
ties on campus and throughout the state. Miss Emily 
Glenn, s freshman Dairy Science maior, sponsored 
the club in the Homecoming Queen competition. 
"Dress Right, Look Right," a special program, was 
presented by Dennis Cartwright at the Town Squire. 
The club helped the Inter-fraternity Council with 
their Christmas party for underprivileged children 
in the Clemson community. In January, delegates 
were sent to the Interstate Collegiate 4-H Confer- 
ence at the Betsy-Jeff Penn 4-H Center in Reidsville, 
North Carolina. 

LEFT: A devotional is planned by the members for the annual 



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iradley. J. 


Carlson, G. 


Dowlmg, T. 


Gibson, M. 


Hubbard, G. 


Irockenfelt. G. 


Chapman. J. 


Forbes. R. 


Halman, J. 


Jensen. J. 


Irundage. R. 


Charland, A. 


Ford, R. 


Hammond. T. 


Lawson, T. 


lulloclc. R. 


Dodd. M. 


Green, B. 


Holcombe. J. 


Leonard, M. 



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FORESTRY CLUB 

Activity has always been part of the Forestry 
Club and this year was no exception. In all intra- 
mural sports, there is always a Forestry Club team. 
This year, as in the past years, the Homecoming 
display won a prize, establishing a winning record 
for the club. These activities, plus the annual pub- 
lication of "The Clemson Forester," are financed by 
the cutting and selling of firewood. The Forestry 
Club has always taken part in the Southern Forestry 
Clubs' conclave and was the host school last spring. 
This spring members attended the conclave at 
Auburn. 



UPPER: JAMES HOLCOMBE, President. LOWER: Members 
participate in the log rolling competition. RIGHT: Not quite 
as easy as it loots! FAR RIGHT: Scaling a pole. 




Little, R. 
McDaniel, J. 
Martin, D. 
Miller. J. 



O'Brian, T. 
Ozbolt, B. 
Patterson, D. 
Phillips, R. 



Poston, R. 
Satcher, W. 
Settle, H. 
Sibley, C. 



Stewart, D. 
Tamsberg, J. 
Thomas, W. 
Tompkins, D. 



Walden. D. 
Wall, W. 
Wetzler, B. 
Wiley, W. 




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Boozer T. 
Colley. S. 
Harper, S. 
Hoclcenberry. M. 
Hyder, T. 
Jourdain, E. 



Lucius, G. 
McDaniel, R. 
Murphy, E. 
Senn, T. 
Sherman, R. 
Simmons, K. 



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HORTICULTURE CLUB 
CLEMSON 

Through the making of grape juice, potting plants, 
and arranging Christmas greenery for sale, the 
Horticulture Club was able to finance its yearly 
projects including a cookout first semester and a 
banquet second semester. The biggest undertaking 
is the publishing of the annual Horticulture News- 
letter which comes out in April. 



ABOVE: JOE SUMMER. President. RIGHT: Plant care and 
examination are done by members. 




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POULTRY SCIENCE CLUB 

During the 1968 football season, Clemson's Poultry 
Science Club had a chicken barbecue the day of 
the Carolina game, the proceeds from which were 
used to pay the members' expenses to the South- 
eastern Poultry Exposition in Atlanta during the last 
of January. Also, during the year, the club invited 
in several outside speakers who fill the members in 
on what is happening in the different aspects of 
the poultry industry as well as in related fields. One 
of these this past semester was Dr. Hite of the 
Agricultural Economics Department. 



LEFT: HENRY HAHN, 
:ran» members make barbecw 



Jent. BELOW: Hard 



rking 



Bridges. M. 


McAbee, M. 


Foy, J. 


Moorhead. H 


Gault, H. 


Odom. D. 


Hahn, H. 


Smith, R. 


Harmon, J. 


Towery, M. 


Kinard. H. 


Wicker. D. 




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RECREATION AND PARKS 
ADMINISTRATION 

The Clemson Recreation and Parks Administration 
Club began its activities this year with a picnic 
at which time Dr. Brantley was speaker, and the 
new officers and faculty were introduced. Monthly 
meetings followed by social hours featured such 
speakers as Mr. Ben Moomaw, Mr. James Champlin, 
and Mr. Charles C. Clegg. Second semester, a field 
trip to the Medical College at Charleston allowed 
member: to view the recreational facilities and pro- 
grams, particularly for retarded patients. Service 
projects were held in conjunction with the Clemson 
Jaycees. 



BELOW: Dr. Brantley speaks. UPPER RIGHT: Members meet 
speaker at social hour. LOWER RIGHT: RPA attracts many. 





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TOP: Members relax at Dr. McCauley's. 




ECONOMICS CLUB 

Backbones of societies are economies, and here 
at Clemson, Economics Majors got a taste of current 
economic issues as members of the Economics Club. 
Meetings centered around such speakers as an 
officer from the American Stock Exchange. Dr. 
McCauley, the advisor, opened his home to an 
evening of discussion in December. In the fall, the 
club, took part in the election by arranging debates 
among students over the economic policies of both 
parties. 



LEFT: Dave Campbell, President; Dave Roper, Alan Goldfarb, 
Richard Skilton. Allen Toole. 



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DELTA SIGMA NU 

To keep up with the number of co-eds interested 
in medicine, this year the brothers of Delta Sigma 
Nu added a women's auxiliary to supplement the 
club. The program committee invited several speak- 
ers from around the state to lecture: Tom Lynch, 
a local druggist, provided facts on the drug indus- 
try, and related the profession of the physician 
with the druggists. Dr. Hubbard, a dentist from 
Gaffney, introduced dentistry one evening. Also 
the Revision Committee for the Pre-Medical Cur- 
riculum, headed by Dr. Burtner, consulted the fra- 
ternity. Field trips included touring Greenville 
General Hospital and the facilities of the South 
Carolina Medical College. But everything's not 
business, and to socialize, the fraternity makes an 
occasional trip to Shakey's. 



CENTER: President Jerry Jebailey addresses the club. 
OPPOSITE: Dr. Hubbard speaks on dentistry. 





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Alexander 


M. 


Betsell, B. 


Bonekat. H. 


Bryant, M. 


Conrad. D. 


Culp, J. 


Degen 


J. 


Dykstra K. 


Fedder, M. 


Ayers, B. 




Blair. D. 


Bonner, B. 


Carroll. M. 


Crawford. C. 


Dantzler, B. 


Dobb, 


s, B. 


Eckley, L. 


Gambrell. D 


Batson. P. 




Bodie. J. 


Brown. E. 


Cochett. A. 


Cullom. J. 


Deer, B. 


Duckw 


jrth. B. 


Faer. M. 


Gardner. L 



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oodman. I. Hill, J. 

anna, W. Holman. D. 



Hunt. J. Koczan, D 

Jebailey. G. Learnt 

Karp.k, W. Lupo, I. 

Keeney, B. Mahon, J 

Kelly. R. Mann, J. 



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IOTA LAMBDA SIGMA 

With an active initiation at the beginning of each 
semester, Gamma Chapter of lota Lambda Sigma 
welcomes new members in with the banquet for 
guests and faculty. The members practice promot- 
ing industrial education through their services to 
other organizations on campus. Members cut and 
furnish initiation materials and programs. First se- 
mester, members entered a display in the Home- 
coming contest. Second semester, the chapter and 
the School of Education honored Professor J. L. 
Brock at a retirement dinner. 

RIGHT: Glad you can't see my face!!! 




Baylor. S. Blaclcwell. E. Elliott, J. Gregory, W. Jolley, R 

Bellflower, R. Elliott, H. Fedele, R. Herbster, P. Lake, K. 




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INSTITUTE OF 
ELECTRICAL AND 
ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS 

Endeavoring to help the student engineer, IEEE 
created a tutoring program and is trying to sponsor 
a lounge-workshop as well as the engineering library 
in Riggs Hall. Projects for the club include the sale 
of lab kits for the electrical engineering laboratories 
and the joint building of an award-winning Home- 
coming display with ASME. Trips keep open com- 
munications with the industry. This year's trips 
included the Lockheed Aircraft Plant in Marietta, 
Georgia, and the State IEEE Convention in Aiken. 




Allen, J. 


Bndwell, J. 




Collins. T. 


Avinger. H. 


Bullard. D. 




Cox, J. 


Bardsley. C. 


Bumgardner, 


C. 


Davenport, H 


Bell, D. 


Burns. W. 




Davis, J. 


Berry, R. 


Calkins. W. 




Dobbins, J. 


Boyd. M. 


Chandler. J. 




Duncan, J. 


Brandon. J. 


Chapman. K. 




Easier, T. 


Braun. D. 


Coleman. J. 




Fairey, L. 



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Kirby. W. 
Knoerr, R. 




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Murray, L. Okey, P. Reeves, M. 

Nepveux. F. Pressley, W. Rogers. J. 

Nusbickel, D. Rayle, B. Sheetz, F. 



Schmalz, R. Thomas. J. 

Simpson. H. Townsend, S. 

Smgletary, G. Whitener, J. 



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KAPPA ALPHA SIGMA 

Better known as the Agronomy Club, Kappa 
Alpha Sigma members can well boast of a fine year. 
The year began with a cookout in September. In 
October, the Clemson club hosted the Southeastern 
Collegiate Soil Judging Contest in which seven 
teams participated. In November, four delegates 
were sent to New Orleans for the National Agron- 
omy Convention. There John Steer placed fourth 
in the National Speech Contest. In a joint money 
making project, Kappa Alpha Sigma and the Poultry 
Science Club put on a barbecue Clemson-Carolina 
weekend. Proceeds financed activities second se- 
mester including the essay contest, and the senior 
banguet. 

RIGHT: John Steer exhibits the skill wh,ch won him national 
placing. BELOW: Richard Dobbins, president, presides over 
the Clemson House banquet. 





PHI PSI 

Only eight pledges were inducted during the fall, 
but their work reflects the attitude of progress in 
the club. They built a display that appeared at 
the American Association of Textile Chemists and 
Colorists Convention in Montreal. The display was 
awarded first prize by the Grand Council of Phi 
Psi and will be placed permanently in Sirrine Hall. 
Plans are being made to begin a Man of the Year 
in Textiles in South Carolina. One campus, lota 
Chapter guides visiting high school seniors through 
Sirrine Hall on visitation day. The last major func- 
tion during the second semester was the attendance 
of the brothers to the National Fraternity at Prince- 
ton University. 




TOP: JAMES BOSTIC. President. ABOVE: 
a charter member addressed the initiates. 



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Anderson, T. 


Millar, R. 


Bostick, J. 


Robbins, V 


Connelly, R. 


Sibley, W. 


Gambrell, J. 


Small, R. 


Klahre, T. 


Todd, G. 



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PRE-VETERINARY CLUB 

The 1968-69 session of Pre-Veterinary Club was 
initiated with a hamburger cookout for its news 
members. Subsequent meetings included trips to 
the sheep and dairy barns, to the livestock-poultry 
health department at Pontiac, S. C, and to the 
University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia. Also, 
programs during the year featured several speakers 
and films. Particularly enjoyed was the movie "The 
Thoroughbred,'' which was produced by NBC Tele- 
vision as an hour TV show. Pierre Wait, DVM of 
Denmark, S. C, who is an annual speaker for the 
club, was extended the first honorary membership 
of the club on November 25, 1968. 



RIGHT: JAMES RATLIFF, President. BELOW: A trip to the 
sheep barns proves to be fun for all. 





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Lybrand, B. 


Mabry, J. 


Milhous. W. 


Miller. G. 


Miller. J. 


Mudde, J. 


Patrick, P. 


Patterson, J. A. 


Patterson, J. O. 


Payne, C. 


Rapp, J. 


Ratliff. J. 


Read. A. 


Ready, E. 


Sands, R. 


Scott, J. 


Shuler, J. 


Taylor, B. 


Thompson, D. 


Timms, C. 


VanHoy, N. 


Whatley, P. 


Younginer, E. 


Zachanas, D. 




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SOCIETY FOR 
ADVANCEMENT OF 
MANAGEMENT 

Clemson's chapter of the Society for Advance- 
ment of Management has gained national recog- 
nition for its performance during the past six years, 
and we hope to continue this success in the future. 

Some of our activities consists of a Homecoming 
display, field trips, and labor-management confer- 
ences. These conferences are conducted with lead- 
ers of various industries. The entire student body 
was invited tc listen to their talks and participate 
in a question and answer period. Other activities 
include cook-outs and our annual banquet. 

Our motto of "Learning by doing" has paid off 
with invaluable experience to our members. 

CHRIS NUCKOLS, President 





Abercrombie, W. 


Ashmore, R. 


Bettis. J. 




Cogan, H. 


Davis, M. 


Abernathy, B. 


Aughtry, B. 


Bolen, C. 




Collins, J. 


Dillard, J 


Albea, B. 


Barberry, S. 


Bruce, J. 




Crone, G. 


Dye, J. 


Andis, W. 


Batson, W. 


Chapman 


T. 


Dav.s. D. 


Farmer, L 








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YOUNG DEMOCRATS 

Clemson Young Democrats, faced with a national 
ticket never expected to win and a state party at 
best uninspiring, strove in 1968-69 to remold the 
Democratic image. Turned off by the National 
Convention in Chicago and particularly disap- 
pointed by the fates of Senators Kennedy and 
McCarthy, they realized how weary they were of 
the old party machinery that seemed to stifle honest 
participation by youth. They turned against anti- 
quated bossism and unenthusiastically endorsed the 
state ticket. However, the old party holds no place 
for them unless it changes. They are already plan- 
ning the campaign for the man they believe will 
win the 1972 Democratic presidential nomination — 
Senator Edward Kennedy. 

LEFT: DENNIS BOLT, President. BOTTOM: Will we win 
again? RIGHT: Victory in 72, then. 





Garbleman. H. Harvey, A 

Hall, H. Indyk, G. 

Harper, B. Long, L. 



Mathis, L. Phillips, S. 

Meyerriecks, A. Prince, D. 

Parker, R. Ray, G. 



Robertson, T. Wates, R 

Rogers, T. Wiggins', 

Sharp, D. Wright, L. 






YOUNG REPUBLICANS 

Election Year 1968 saw the Clemson University 
Republican Club once again at its task of capturing 
young activists and making them leaders, especially 
Republican leaders. Its goal is to make the young 
Republicans of today the party leaders of tomorrow. 
They naturally were overjoyed that some of their 
most frustrating presidential campaigning in Seneca, 
Anderson, Williamston, and Westminster might 
have done some good in taking South Carolina's 
electoral votes to the Republicans again this year. 
They were jolted, however, by the losses on lower 
levels. Nevertheless, utilizing defeats as successes 
they have already begun work on what promises to 
be a matchless Clemson University Republican Club 
by 1970. 






LEFT: Long hours with fingers crossed. BOTTOM 
LEFT: Campaigning by the Youth. RIGHT: Marshall 
Parker shakes hands of members after speech. BOT- 
TOM RIGHT: Will it pay off? 



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CHAPTER OF THE 
ASSOCIATED GENERAL 
CONTRACTORS 

The first chapter of its organization formed in 
the southeast, Clemson's Associated General Con- 
tractors received their charter in a ceremony in 
November from regional AGC officials from Char- 
lotte. Their programs have included lectures by 
visiting AGC officers featuring incoming regional 
AGC president M. L. McCrory. As a special service 
to seniors graduating in Building Construction, the 
members of AGC are setting up a system of 
scheduling interviews with various firms. Spring 
plans include a panel by one of South Carolina's 
leading construction firms on organizational tech- 
niques. Field trips to Atlanta and Charlotte are 
also anticipated. With the close support from the 
local contractors of the Piedmont Association the 
future of this the first student chapter of AGC 
looks very promising. 







MEMBERSHIP 


Adamo J. 


Hair, C. 


Askins, D. 


Hipp, C. 


Askins. H. 


Hustler. G. 


Beam, C. 


Ivey. D. 


Bicksler, F. 


Kendall, L. 


Brittain, M. 


Knust. K. 


Brown, E. 


Lee, R. 


Buck, J. 


Lesley. D. 


Burgess, J. 


Lippi.T. 


Cawood. N. 


McCoy. E. 


Cecil, D. 


Merrick, R. 


Chando, S. 


Mikell, C. 


Cline, W. 


Molm.O. 


Coffey. W. 


Moore, R. 


Coleman, R. 


Mullen, J. 


Compton, L. 


Patrick, Z. 


Courtney, L. 


Player, V. 


Dinkins, L. 


Pringle.C. 


Dotson. R. 


Rehm, F. 


Ellis. R. 


Ritch. M. 


Falls, D. 


Ross, G. 


Fillyaw, R. 


Rowand, T. 


Fitts. T. 


Rutland, D. 


Frederick, W. 


Sherman, L. 


Frey, R. 


Smith, R. 


Garbleman, H. 


DeWitt, C. 


Garner. R. 


Stepp, D. 


Gilbert. R. 


Visconti, L. 


Gray, W. 


Von Roemer. A 


Grimes, T. 


Wilson, W. 




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LOWER LEFT: Dan Askins, president, 
accepts the first Southeastern AGC 
charter from M. L. McCrory. TOP: 
Officers of the chapter meet to review 
new interviewing program. BOTTOM: 
Meet the B.C. BOYS! 




SOCIETY FOR THE 
ADVANCEMENT OF 
AGRICULTURAL 
EDUCATION 



Agricultural education students in SAAE enjoyed 
a successful year both professionally and socially. 
With Alpha Tau Alpha the society co-sponsored a 
representative to the National FFA Convention and 
a chicken barbecue during a football weekend. It 
also promoted an agricultural careers program for 
interested high school students. Social activities in- 
cluded a cookout, informal initiation, and the annual 
spring banquet. Educational films and agriculturally 
oriented speakers were presented at the meetings. 




Cunningham. J. Durham, D. 

Dangerfield, C. Earle, E. 

Dubose. H. Floyd, L. 




Calloway, R. 
Jodbold, E. 
Hall, W. 



Hayes, R. 
Horton, J. 
Jackson, R. 



Jenkins, S. 
Leaird, W. 
Livingston, J. 



Lovette, D. 
Malphrus, P. 
Martin, C. 



McFadden, R. 
McGee, B. 
Meehan. J. 



Miller, C. 


Preacher, J. 


Simmons, J. 


Minchew, R. 


Robertson, C. 


Smith, R. 


Newman, C. 


Roddey, M. 


Turner, W. 


Nobles, K. 


Sansbury, W. 


Wall, W. 


Page, B. 


Sharp, D. 


Wells, J. 


Painter, J. 


Shell, J. 


Wheeler. G. 


Porter, J. 


Shelley. D. 


Willis. P. 



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SIGMA PSI NU 



Probably the most important function of Sigma 
Psi Nu is the annual Freshman Drop-In, which is 
held in September to help Freshman swimmers ad- 
just to their new environment. It also contacts 
potential college swimmers, and invites these ath- 
letes to consider Clemson as the college of their 
choice. The club plans to provide a means by which 
these potential Clemson students may visit the 
campus and become better acquainted with the 
University. 

RIGHT: Members answer questions at drop-in. 





FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Rathff. J., Gaillard, G. Zink, E., Moore. R., Froemmmg M.. Garces. R.. Rivers. W., Ulayer, S., President. SECOND 
ROW: Mossman. M., Liphard, R., Jones. K.. McHugh C. M., Parlcer, D., Braun, D. THIRD ROW: Gaae. G.. Courtney. C. Haene. T„ Sltilton. W.. 
Schmidt, R., Copeland. W., Smith K. 



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INTERNATIONAL 
STUDENT ASSOCIATION 

Affording the foreign and American students of 
Clemson a means of introduction and communica- 
tion, the International Students' Association has 
a membership of numerous nationalities: Indian, 
Greek, Swedish, Turkish, Lebanese, and more. Again 
this year, the ISA Supper attracted faculty, stu- 
dents, and townspeople for a meal of tasty foreign 
dishes. ISA is well represented in Clemson sports: 
tennis, soccer, and swimming. One of the highlights 
of the year was the entertaining of a group of 
Mexican visitors on campus. 

LEFT: Foreign students enjoy lots of foreign food. 




SITTING: Chen, M.. Anzen. B., Ludvigson, L, Sutton, M. STANDING: Techamalhavorn, P.. Morgan, B„ Serrano, L, Tahtagian. P. 



Avinger, J. 


Covington 


G, 


Bettis, J. 


Ford, W. 




Cockcroft, J. 


Fowler, M. 






BETA SIGMA CHI 

Beta Sigma Chi, the oldest organization on cam- 
pus, made great strides forward in 1968-69. First 
semester began with a successful Smoker open to 
invited Clemson students from South Carolina. The 
thirty-five pledges enjoyed a successful pledge sea- 
son climaxed by a Homecoming party starring 
Clemson's own Caravelles. The Royal Entertainers 
performed during the Clemson-Carolina weekend. 
The annual Christmas party featured the Exotics. 
The brothers of Beta Sigma Chi also annually award 
a $200 scholarship to a deserving Clemson freshman 
from South Carolina. 



Haas, J. 
Horres. D. 
Horres. J. 



Johnstone. A. Kinder, H. 

Jones. J. Peters, W. 

Kellahan, W. Raines, K. 






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ACROSS TOP: The Beta Sigma Chi Pledge Class. 
MIDDLE: JIM HAYS, President. BOTTOM: How 
about just one for the road? ABOVE: Clemson's 
Caravelles played for the big homecoming party. 



DILLON COUNTY 
CLEMSON CLUB 

Uniting students socially from the same area of 
the state, the Dillon County Clemson Club, Kappa 
Delta Kappa chapter, also functions as a service 
organization to Clemson University and particu- 
larly to students from Dillon County. Their annual 
project of constructing and decorating the block 
CU in Death Valley is looked forward to at Home- 
coming and the Clemson-Carolina game. A drop-in 
was also held this year after the USC game. To 
benefit a Dillon County freshman, all the members 
also participated in fund-raising projects for the 
annual scholarship presented by the club. 



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Hayes, J. 
Hendrix. E. 
Lee. R. 
Lynn, J. 
McKenzie, L. 
McLaunn J. 
McLaurin. J. 



McLellan, D. 
Moody, M. 
Owens, W. 
Page. B. 
Page. G. 
Parker. A. 
Richbourg H. 
Rogers, J. 



Scott, W. 
Shelley, W. 
Schuttleworth, D. 
Tallon. D. 
Welch. R. 
Williams, B. 
Wilson. R. 
Wright. T. 







CHESTER COUNTY CLUB 

The Chester County Clemson Club offered schol- 
arships based primarily on need to two entering 
freshmen this year. Members are urged to con- 
tribute to the overall program at Clemson University 
by actively participating in intramural activities. 
The past school year has also seen the club promote 
the name of the club in Chester by holding a car 
wash. 

JIMMY WILSON, President 




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Abernathy. W. 


Betts. J. 


Caldwell, J. 


Coker, W. 


Epps. S. 




Gantt. S. 


Jones, C. 


Miller B. 


Shannon, D. 


Adams, E. 


Biclcett. A. 


Callicutt. K. 


Cornwell, J. 


Faircloth, P. 




Grant. T. 


Jones. T. 


Moore. D. 


Stevenson. C. 


Atkinson, D. 


Black. D. 


Carter, J. 


Cranford. R. 


Ford, R. 




Henderson. L. 


Kirkpatrick. K. 


Murphy. E. 


Waldrup. M. 


Banks, M. 


Black, R. 


Carroll, A. 


Crawford. C. 


Frazer, S. 




Hendrix, J. 


Lawson, R. 


McManus, H'. 


White, C. 


Beatty. D. 


Blanks, R. 


Chappell. G. 


Davidson, L. 


Funderburk, 


J. 


H.cks, D. 


Logan, W. 


Roberts. J. 


Wilson, F. 




CLEMSON FORENSIC 
SOCIETY 

The Clemson debate team consists of students 
interested in representing Clemson in intercollegiate 
competition and at the same time advancing their 
own level of achievements. The debate question is 
chosen on the basis of its relevance to current prob- 
lems of the world. This year's topic is the resolution 
that Presidential control of foreign policy should be 
significantly curtailed. The trips to Auburn, Wake 
Forest, and the University of South Carolina all 
provided fresh challenges and opportunities for the 
students to meet interesting people and encounter 
new views by visiting a variety of areas. 




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WILKINSON. President. 



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AIR FORCE ROTC 

The primary objective of Clemson's 770th U. S. 
Air Force Detachment is to select, instruct, and train 
future officers for the Air Force. With a limited size 
in both their GMC (General Military Corps) and 
POC (Professional Officer Corps) programs, the Air 
Force can afford to be selective in their corps 
membership — emphasis is placed upon a student's 
academics, physical qualification, and activities. Air 
Force ROTC boasts of two CLS (Command Leader- 
ship School) programs in their corps training — 
sophomore CLS trains GMC cadets to be officers 
and junior CLS prepares POC cadets for summer 
camp. The academic program is enriched by fre- 
quent briefings during the Thursday drill periods 
and field trips to various Air Force bases in the 
Southwest. 







ACROSS TOP: Colonel Tyndal, Colonel Maer- 
tens, Cadet Colonel Creech, and Cadet Colonel 
Ethredge in the change-of-command ceremony. 
ACROSS LEFT: On-the-field instruction on a 
Thursday afternoon. ACROSS RIGHT: With 
the proper military courtesy and procedure. 
ACROSS BOTTOM: Band Commander Nicastri 
and one of the many headaches in a job well 
done. TOP: Junior CLS of '68 ends up a good 
year with a dunking for Mr. Davis — CLS Com- 
mander. BOTTOM: Tomorrow's "fly-boys" in- 
spect this "bird" on a field trip to Shaw Air 
Force Base last fall. 




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FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR 
PROGRAM 

The Flight Instructor Program (FIP) at Clemson 
University is designed to encourage, motivate, and 
instruct cadets who have the basic attitude re- 
quired for U. S. Air Force pilot training after their 
graduation. 

Each Cadet must qualify on the pilot and navi- 
gator portion of the standard A. F. Officer Qua 
fication Test given to all basic cadets and also pass 
the basic flight physical of regular Air Force pilots. 

All FIP cadets receive an entire semester of 
ground school instruction. In this course they are 
instructed in preflight and basic flight procedures, 
navigation, cross-country flying, instrument flight, 
meterology, and advanced aeronautics. Each par- 
ticipant in the program also receives thirty-five hours 
of dual instruction and fifteen hours of solo flying 
to gain confidence in his ability — using the Cessna 
150 aircraft. 




TOP: The FIP Chanqe-o,-Command ceremony at the Clemson-Oconee A.rport. MIDDLE: Heyward Douglas at the controls of a Cessna 150. BOTTOM: 



The 1968-69 FIP cadets. 




ANGEL FLIGHT 

Angel Flight is the female counterpart to the 
Arnold Air Society at Clemson. The Angels are 
most instrumental in assisting the society with their 
projects as well as participating in joint social activi- 
ties — this year's hayride-cookout (an event to be 
remembered by all) is an example of the excellent 
relations that exist between the two groups. Angel 
Flight also hosts several projects for underprivileged 
children and servicemen. 

Angel Flight often participates in Thursday drills 
as a unit or separately with flight commanders. 
Always subject to the military critic and the inspect- 
ing male eye, Angel Flight enjoys the limelight on 
third floor Tillman Hall. 



ARMY ROTC 



A part of the University virtually since its creation, 
the Army ROTC program has become a well- 
entrenched and very influential part of campus life. 
The detachment officers, many of whom have been 
decorated for their service in Korea and Vietnam, 
are keenly aware of the importance and purpose of 
the ROTC program as well as the capabilities of 
the potential leaders that they instruct. Army ROTC 
classroom study ranges from first aid to the tactics 
and strategy of today's guerrilla warfare and in- 
surgency movements. During the weekly drill, stu- 
dents are trained in basic drill procedures and the 
manual of arms. Clemson's well-organized ROTC 
program continually produces many fine officers to 
be commissioned in the U. S. Army. 



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The Army Flight Program got underway during 
the last week in August with weekly flight scheduling 
and setting of ground school meeting times. The 
requirements for this program were to have passed 
a flight aptitude test last spring and a thorough 
physical examination at Fort Bragg during summer 
camp. By September, all five cadets were flying 
with their instructor at least twice a week and were 
attending ground school every Tuesday and Thurs- 
day nights for two-hour sessions. In October, we 
attended ground school for only one three-hour 
class on Wednesday nights. The pilots attended 
thirty-five hours of ground school in preparation for 
the FAA examination on November 13, 1968. By 
the end of the semester, all five students were not 
completed with their thirty-six flying hours; however, 
they all were flying solo cross-countries to Green- 
wood, Calhoun Falls, Spartanburg, and Columbia. 
After these students complete this program here at 
Clemson, they will fly for the Army after three 
months of basic schooling and nine months of in- 
tensive flight training. 



TOP: The Army Flight Program cadets. MIDDLE 
Alston Gore, the student coordinator, at the con 
trols. BOTTOM: The FAA examination culminate 
a semester oF ground school. 




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LIGHT BRIGADE 

The scarlet-clad members of the Light Brigade 
appear as the only bright spots in the drab, olive 
Army drill each Thursday as well as providing a 
welcome sight to a tired "soldier's" eyes. Clemson's 
Light Brigade, a sister organization to the Angel 
Flight, is the coed auxiliary unit sponsored by Clem- 
son's Army detachment. 

Although most prominent is their drill partici- 
pation, the Light Brigade also serves behind the 
scenes as ROTC secretaries and as hostesses for 
visiting Army dignitaries. They most often capture 
the spotlight when they sponsor Army ROTC in 
various military events — both on and off campus. 
Truly, this group puts the best foot forward for our 
Army ROTC program at Clemson. 





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SCABBARD AND BLADE 

Company K-7 of the National Society of Scab- 
bard and Blade (the most highly regarded college 
military organization) has a maximum membership 
of thirty outstanding Air Force and Army cadets 
here at Clemson. Within the company are found 
military leaders from all phases of our campus mili- 
tary structure — Arnold Air Society, CGs, PRs, as 
well as the battalion and wing staffs. And from 
these selected few, much is expected. 

Among their projects and activities, the com- 
pany's chief concerns are the Military Banquet and 
Military Ball as well as the promotion of the ROTC 
programs in general. Not to be forgotten is the 
entertainment on the quadrangle provided each 
semester by the Blades' "fishes" for one and all — 
especially for the company members. 





Aston. L. E. 


Dantzler, B. 


Fabian, G. T. 


Jordan, J. W 


Calhoun, R. A. 


Ethredge. C. D. 


Franklin, A. R. 


Kelley, 1. F. 


Creech, G. R. 


Etheridge, Wm. M. 


Gay, D. N. 


Kirby, W. H. 




ACROSS TOP: There's more to the military than 
dr.ll . . . ACROSS BOTTOM: Is this a 'fish" out 
of water? Commander Kirby (R) to the rescue! 
TOP: The officer installation ceremony in the stu- 
dent chapel. BOTTOM: Dr. Edwards, an honorary 
member of Scabbard and Blade, at the Military 
Ball with Miss Donna Brooks and Alston Gore. 



Lee, H. C. 


Newton, C. A. 


Stanci 


Lee, T. B. 


Smith, R. S. 


Toole, 


Leyh, J.C. 


Smyth. R. E. 


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ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY 

The Arnold Air Society joins the active, interested 
Air Force advanced cadets into a group that greatly 
benefits from friendship and participation. The 
major responsibility of the new members' pledge 
season is the annual Dining-ln (a banquet training 
function) — which includes everything from finances 
to cooking the "old man's" steak just right. 

Of the Society's many projects, the most reflec- 
tive activity of the group is the plane washing each 
semester — the stream beside the Rudolph Anderson 
memorial is usually the target for the "Top Brass." 

Arnold Air's major projects this year included 
corsage sales, plane washings, and a campuswide 
blood drive. One of the society's main concerns 
is to include the Angel Flight in their activities. 
Actually, the Major Rudolph Anderson, Jr. Squad- 
ron serves to promote the Air Force, to further 
train future officers, and to provide fellowship 
among these selected individuals. 





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Creech, G. R. 


Gay, D. 


N. 


Bedard, P. D. 


Duncan. D. E. 


Humbe, 


■d, D. S. 


Bergen. S. C. 


Edgin, G. R. 


Johnsor 


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Collicott. S. L. 


Fabian, G. 


Kinghor 


n, A. 


Cochet. A. A. 


Franklin. A. 


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TOP: After a good meal in the cafeteria, nothing 
beats a little water on the guad. BOTTOM: Gen- 
eral Morrell was the guest speaker &i the annual 
Dining-ln. ACROSS TOP: A. A. Commander Alan 
Franklin takes his medicine at a drop-in. ACROSS 
BOTTOM: Preparation for the blood drive. 




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AREAC-1 HEADQUARTERS 



The Major Rudolph Anderson, Jr. Squadron of 
the Arnold Air Society has been honored the last 
two years to command the Area C- 1 Headquarters — 
a command that includes squadrons at eleven south- 
eastern colleges and universities. Responsible for 
directing the area members as well as reporting to 
the National Headquarters, the major responsibility 
of the C-l staff has been the area conclave held 
the last two years at Charleston Air Force Base. 
Months of planning and coordination were required 
to make the three-day conventions (attended by the 
area Arnold Air Squadrons and Angel Flights) 
successful. While inspecting the files and records of 
the area squadrons, the main objective of the con- 
claves were to prepare for the National Arnold Air 
Conclaves. Held last year in New York City, this 
year's conclave in New Orleans proved to be suc- 
cessful for the area staff as well as an unforgettable 
trip for Clemson's Arnold Air and Angel Flight 
members. 




TOP: Gordon Edgin and the Area Commander. 
David Gay, discuss a report concerning the Area 
conclave. BOTTOM: Alan Toole. Arnold Air and 
Area C-l chaplain, briefs Captain Etheridge, the 
new Arnold Air Society advisor, before a meeting. 




Cochet, A. A. 
Administration Officer 
Edgin, G. R. 
Information Officer 



Fabian. G. T. 
Executive Offic 
Gay, D. N. 
Commander 



Settle, J. E. 
Operations Officer 
Thompson, W. E. 
Comptroller 





PR FOURTH REGIMENTAL 
HEADQUARTERS 

The Fourth Regimental Headquarters of the 
Pershing Rifles serves as a coordinating unit between 
the 17 member schools of a five-state area that 
includes the Carolinas, Georgia, Alabama, and Ten- 
nessee. The members of the staff are under the 
command of National Pershing Rifle Headquarters 
at the University of Nebraska. 

The responsibilities of the Regiment include the 
holding of two legislative assemblies, the inspection 
of separate units twice each year, and the grading 
and rating of unit competition toward the coveted 
Douglas Trophy, presented to the outstanding unit 
in the Regiment. 

For the past two years, the Fourth Regiment has 
attained the highest overall rating of any regiment 
in the nation, bettering twelve other headquarter's 
staffs. It is the Regiment's goal to promote the 
highest ideals of the Pershing Rifles and to maintain 
their Clemson tradition. 

TOP: On display— the trophies won by the Fourth 
Regimental Headquarters. BOTTOM: Major Shel- 
ton inspects Clemson's own Company C-4 PRs. 
MIDDLE: Long hours of hard work are required by 
the staff members to maintain their number one 
position. 



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ilanton, G. 
Assistant S-4 



urrell, O. C. 

Assistant S-l 



Glazener, Wm. E. Newton, C. A. Shelton, R. N. 

S-3 Commanding Officer PIO 



Yarbrough, J. M. 
Assistant PIO 




COMPANY C-4 

Precision and sharpness — these two words are 
synonymous with the Clemson PRs as well as many 
others that describe the inner nature of a man dedi- 
cated to his purpose — such as pride, humility, perse- 
verance, or just plain "guts". Although constantly 
degraded and ridiculed by our student body, it is 
this small group of men who make up the Company 
C-4 of the National Society of Pershing Rifles and 
who bring national recognition to our campus as 
they constantly maintain their winning tradition. 
And although this tradition has won over 175 tro- 
phies in less than thirty years, it is maintained only 
by countless hours of drill and a tremendous desire 
that always places purpose above self. 

Company C-4 is a crack drill team using close- 
order drill techniques with intricate steps and fancy 
rifle manual in their precision maneuvers. Emphasis 
is placed, not only on drill performance, but on in- 
stilling within the members the qualities of leader- 
ship. Our PRs are indeed a rare, but yet admirable, 
breed. 



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Capps, Wm. T. Moseley, S. C. 

Pledqe Commander PIO 




Davis, R. C. 


Pusey, E. S 


Assistant Pledge 


Executive 


Commander 


Officer 




Jay, J. H. 
Moore, J. L. 




PR PLEDGES 

The first day of drill is the start of a new experi- 
ence that can become a way of life for a PR pledge. 
With the advent of Rat Season and the first shaved 
head, the test begins — and from a large pledge 
platoon, only a few will acquire the quality necessary 
for Company. 

The most important lessons learned by a pledge 
are the sacrifices that the PR discipline requires and 
demands if he is to remain in the program. And it 
is this discipline that he accepts, lives with daily, 
and learns to love. And it is after this year of daily 
sacrifice and hopeful anticipation of success, the 
pledge now faces a year that really does provide 
the true test and the true reward. 

TOP: Inspection. BOTTOM: A pledge work detail in the PR 
lounge. ACROSS TOP: The PRs sponsor the Capers— a new 
girl auxiliary formed this year. 





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Cole, B. C. Fleming, J. M. Greene, J. G. 

Cundiff. K. R. Georgiades, G. C. Grubbs, R. W. 

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McCready, E. 
Marsh, E. J. 



Melton, R. 
Parker, W. 
Pearson, C. 
Poole, J. M. 



Prldgeon. D. 
Quinn, J. D. 
Roger, L. C. 
Romanslcy, J. 



Rusher, R. 
Scott. P. G. 
Shaw, J. W. 
Stephens, D. 



Stroble, M. 
Stutts. T. W. 
Templeton, C. 
Torr, K. A. 



Vaughn, F. H. 
Weisensee, F. J. 
Whitener, J. A. 
Winston, P. B. 



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COUNTER-GUERRILLAS 

Organized in 1962 to give practical application 
to Army ROTC classroom instruction, the Clemson 
Counter-guerrilla Group has since expanded to a 
highly selective unit composed of freshmen, sopho- 
more, and junior cadet volunteers interested in 
serving in a combat arm. 

Candidates for membership must have a gradu- 
ation GPR, complete a two-week comprehensive 
physical training program terminating with the Army 
Physical Combat Proficiency Test and a four-mile 
run, and demonstrate leadership potential on the 
drill field. 

The military training, given by the cadet cadre, 
includes physical training, close order drill, hand-to- 
hand combat, battle drill, mountaineering, and pa- 
trolling. Tactical problems are held in the area sur- 
rounding Clemson, and the unit has received train- 
ing in mountaineering at the Dahlonega Mountain 
Ranger Camp. 







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TOP and BOTTOM LEFT: CGs practice and receive 
instruction in hand-to-hand combat at the "Pit". 
BOTTOM RIGHT: Training in practice. ACROSS 
TOP: New CGs receive their hard-earned berets. 
BOTTOM ACROSS: The Clemson Counterguer 
march as a unit to the CQ Field. 




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THE PROGRAM 

Military ROTC has been a part of Clemson for 
eighty years. In 1959 the military college era 
ended — and ROTC became a two-year mandatory 
and two-year voluntary program. So it is today — 
five years after Clemson College was renamed a 
university. And again this year — more so than in 
the past — the question has been asked: "Is manda- 
tory ROTC a part of a university, a part of Clem- 
son, or a part of both?" 





CAMPUS CRUSADE FOR 
CHRIST 

The Campus Crusade for Christ International was 
started in 1951 by Dr. William R. Bright when nine 
of the starting first string football players of the 
nation's number one team became excited about the 
person of Christ. From that group, the Crusade has 
expanded to over thirty different countries and is 
found today in about half of the three thousand 
campuses in America. 

The Crusade's goals are to know Christ and to 
make him known. Their members believe in a per- 
sonal relationship with the person of Christ and this 
relationship is presented to Clemson in their meet- 
ings entitled "College Life". Their activities are 
many and varied here at Clemson — members enjoy 
weekend trips, ski parties, and Tigerama partici- 
pation. Two years ago the group placed second, 
and this year their skit "Snoopy and the Fat Baron" 
placed third. Another major Crusade project which 
provides entertainment for the campus is the New 
Folk Singers which have appeared on campus the 
last two years. 



TOP: The New Folk — presented on campus the last 
two years by the CCC — entertain audiences 
throughout the nation with their lively, fun-filled 
shows. MIDDLE: The Crusade started this schoo' 
year with a sign-carrying demonstration of their 
own that ended successfully on the lawn of the 
Clemson mansion. 





ABOVE: The Crusade's "College Life" programs 
ach Sunday night at the Clemson House always 
iclude time for refreshments and informal socializ- 
ig. LEFT: The CCC once again displayed their 
nagination and many hours of hard work in pro- 
ducing a novel Tigerama skit — on stage Charley 
Brown discusses his football strategy for the big 
Homecoming game against Auburn. The skit, 
"Snoopy and the Fat Baron", placed third. 



NEWMAN STUDENT 
ASSOCIATION 

Open to all Catholic students on campus, the 
Newman Student Association strives to give to these 
students a complete understanding of their faith 
through religious, social, and cultural activities. The 
Newman Club sponsors Mass for Clemson students 
at the student chapel on Sunday and Thursday. 
Other services, such as Bible Vigils, are held at 
St. Andrew's Church. 

Lectures and discussion groups are featured at 
some of the Newman meetings. The month of Oc- 
tober is set aside for discussion of the student and 
marriage. Also, a course of religious instruction and 
one of the recent Vatican Council are available each 
semester. 

The Newman Club on the Clemson University 
campus was organized in 1940, under the direction 
of Father T. F. Teirney. Today, Father James Fisher, 
OS. P., is the Chaplain to Catholic students at 
Clemson. 

Located next to St. Andrew's Church, Newman 
Hall, the Catholic Student Center, is open twenty- 
four hours a day for all students. The regular meet- 
ing is held on Wednesday at 7:00 p. m. 





TOP: This action-filled touch football game was one 
of their many activities that provided both fun and 
fellowship for the members. MIDDLE: Father Fisher 
is well-known on campus for his keen interest in the 
students and their college life. BOTTOM: Newman 
Hall was the scene for a political discussion on the 
presidential election last fall. 



WESLEY FOUNDATION 

The program of Clemson's Wesley Foundation 
consists of four basic groupings: general services, 
undergraduate unmarried student programming, 
learning possibilities for married students, and op- 
portunities for faculty dialogue. In addition to 
meeting specific needs within the total university, 
the Foundation sponsors film festivals and special 
dramatic presentations for the general community. 
The Wesley Foundation attempts to provide the 
opportunity and resource materials through which 
participants may confront relevant questions about 
themselves and their society. The Foundation's mod- 
ern facilities are seen on this page. 






BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 

Following a general theme of service through 
involvement in campus and community activities, 
Clemson's Baptist Student Union has had a busy 
year. The calendar began with a pre-school retreat 
in Saluda (N. C.) to plan upcoming events. Along 
with periodic conclaves and retreats with South 
Carolina colleges, state meetings were also attended 
by Clemson BSU members. 

Regular meetings of the BSU included guest 
speakers, devotions, films, study groups, and sum- 
mer mission programs. One of the BSU goals this 
year was to finance two Clemson students in the 
summer missions program. Fund-raising projects 
included a Homecoming car wash and a community 
work day. 

As one of the most active religious organizations 
on campus, the Clemson BSU provides the Baptists 
with a wide range of well-rounded activities. 



TOP LEFT and RIGHT: The BSU held successful car 
washes before Homecoming and Carolina-Clemson 
weekends to raise funds for a summer missions pro- 
gram. BOTTOM: The meetings each Wednesday 
night in the BSU Center provide a time for though! 
and reflection. 





CANTERBURY CLUB 

While primarily a fellowship group, the Clemson 
Canterbury Club is also an active instrument for 
bringing its members closer to the church. Student 
members are always welcome at any worship serv- 
ices or parish programs held at the Episcopal Church. 

Along with its fellowship, club members have 
participated in several service projects this past 
year. One of their favorites is the twelve-year-old 
orphan in Taiwan whom they sponsor. The mem- 
bers also made several trips to the Tamassee D.A.R. 
school — a home for orphans and children from 
broken homes sponsored primarily by the Daughters 
of the American Revolution where they entertain the 
children with parties. They also entertained them 
by taking the group to the North Carolina-Clemson 
game and having hamburgers in the fellowship hall. 

To raise money for the club and their projects, 
several members work in the Clemson Theatre. Once 
a month they sponsor a supper with a speaker in 
the fellowship hall for their members and guests. 
The Canterburians often attend conferences through- 
out the state. 




CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 
ORGANIZATION 

The Christian Science Organization unites the 
Christian Scientists within the University in closer 
bonds of Christian fellowship and welcomes those 
entering college. Since its beginning in 1961, the 
Christian Science Organization has experienced con- 
tinual growth in membership and activities. It gives 
students a chance to learn about Christian Science 
as taught in the Bible and by Mary Baker Eddy, the 
discoverer and founder of Christian Science. 

The organization maintains a lending library of 
authorized Christian Science material next to the 
lounge of "A" dorm. In addition it sponsors a 
chapel program each Sunday at 11:00 A.M. and 
the holding of meetings on Wednesdays at 7:00 
P. M., both programs held in the Student Chapel. 

One of their better-known lecturers this past year 
was Mr. Thomas A. McClain, a member of the 
Christian Science Board of Lectureship. Through 
their meetings and services, lectures, and special 
programs, members attempt to give the university 
public a better understanding of Christian Science 
while enlarging their own spiritual perception. 








TOP: Hank prepares the Student Chapel for a lec- 
ture that was given by Mr. Thomas A. McClain, a 
member of the Christian Science Board of Lecture- 
ship. BOTTOM: A Wednesday night meeting and 
service of the Christian Scientists. 




FELLOWSHIP OF 
CHRISTIAN ATHLETES 

Athletes are a very popular group of men in the 
eyes of the public and their influence on young 
people is especially keen. Realizing their influence, 
the members of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes 
are trying to help the youth of our state and nation 
by challenging them to follow Christ through fellow- 
ship in our churches. 

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a national 
organization composed of many fine athletes and 
coaches from all sports. Deputations are sent to 
churches, social clubs, and organizations each year. 
It has been this year's goal to send some Clemson 
members to the Blue Ridge FCA convention this 
summer. 

A highlight of this year's programs and activities 
of the Clemson Fellowship was a breakfast meeting 
in November with retired baseball player Bobby 
Richardson as the guest speaker. In its fourth year 
of existence on our campus, the FCA has shown 
continued growth and participation. 




TOP: Vice-President Billy Ware addresses a break- 
fast meeting of the FCA in the cafeteria. MIDDLE: 
After an FCA meeting, guest speaker Bobby Rich- 
ardson has time for a few questions. BOTTOM: Dr. 
Edwards and Reverend McHugh discuss the purpose 
and role of the FCA on our campus. 



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YMCA CABINET 

The governing body of the student YMCA is the 
Cabinet which is made up of department and com- 
mittee heads in the "Y" organization. This group 
of students with the advice of the YMCA directors 
and advisory board establishes the policies and 
goals of the student YMCA. Cabinet members are 
appointed by the President of the "Y" from the 
student membership. 

Meeting several times during the month, the 
Cabinet discusses projects which the "Y" could 
undertake or has undertaken. From these discussions 
plans for future developments are made. 

The Cabinet often gets together for special func- 
tions during the year. Cookouts at the " 'Y' Beach", 
parties, and a special dinner during YMCA Week 
are some of their many activities. 

ACROSS: The hugging line that always ends up a 
SCSCA retreat. BELOW: The 1969 YMCA Cabinet. 







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TOP LEFT: Cabinet members start to work on the 
YMCA Homecoming display in the shop below the 
"Y". TOP RIGHT: The YMCA symbol— adopted 
last year when the YMCA took great strides in 
strengthening their student program by reorganiz- 
ing their structure and by expanding their activities 
that now range from the YMCA Recreation Area 
on Lake Hartwell to concerts in the field house for 
students. BOTTOM: A discussion in the Cabinet 




YMCA STAFF 

The YMCA Staff is the backbone of the YMCA 
program, and the business of the YMCA is people. 
The staff encourages the complete development of 
the individual, giving attention to his needs and 
trying in every way to help him meet them. Every 
student on the Clemson campus comes into contact 
at some time or another with the "Y". 

Mr. Buford E. Trent (bottom) serves as Director 
of the YMCA. He has proven to be a very compe- 
tent leader and has shown an interest in improving 
the Clemson student's life. Mr. Otis D. Nelson (top), 
an Associate Director of the YMCA is responsible 
for the "Y" program. Mr. Nash N. Gray (middle 
with Miss Palmer), a Clemson graduate who is also 
an Associate Director, is concerned with the busi- 
ness operation. Miss Bobbie Palmer serves as office 
secretary and receptionist. 





FACULTY 
ADMINISTRATION 




THE SPIRIT OF TOM 

Amidst anarchy and terror usurped in academic institutions 
by students all over the world, Clemson University has re- 
mained as still as the old Seneca River beneath the dikes — 
thanks to the proper channeling of interests and money by 
our administration. Clemson has come a long way in achiev- 
ing the goal of protective power for all knowledge and 
science, fact and principle, inquiry and discovery: maintaining 
no one department of thought exclusively. 

Industry finds Clemson a veritable spawning ground of 
well disciplined technocrats. The military has long looked 
to Clemson for leaders of merit, and ROTC maintains one 
of the strongest traditions of supplying men for the military. 
And each year we find our best athletes becoming celebrities 
in the national sports scene, not to mention our beautiful 



Clemson Queens winning contests outside the bounds of the 
Blue Ridge. Yes, Clemson continues to foster the image of 
a leader in work and play, with dedication to both. 

And Clemson administrators are Clemson in no small sense. 
Their every move is reflected in all for which Clemson is 
known. This connotes how great the burden of responsibility 
has been in the past and how tremendous it will be in the 
future. The organization is continually shifting and growing to 
broaden its load bearing base. Hence, we are meeting old 
and new administrators assuming new positions of responsi- 
bility and exercising their minds in creative management. 

Hopefully, Clemson will continue to grow and give life 
to academia as it has this year in the spirit of Thomas 
Green Clemson. 




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DOCTOR ROBERT COOK EDWARDS 
President of Clemson University 




Dr. Robert C. Edwards won an academic scholarship to Clemson University upon entering in 
September 1929, and was graduated from Clemson in 1933 with a Bachelor of Science degree 
in Textile Engineering. While a student at Clemson, he was active in Phi Psi, Blue Key, Tiger 
Brotherhood, and Scabbard and Blade. 

In 1956, Dr. Edwards became Vice-President for Development at Clemson University and two 
years later became acting president. In April of 1959, he became president of Clemson Uni- 
versity. He then received honorary Doctor of Law degrees from Wofford College and The 
Citadel. As well as a man who is intensly interested in every facet of his University, Dr. 
Edwards is also an active leader in the community. 

Dr. Edwards is a man who is concerned with all areas of our University life, with the com- 
munity and the world outside Clemson — a perfect example of the Clemson Gentleman. 




LEFT: Signed authorization on each degree is the 
responsibility of President Edwards. BOTTOM 
RIGHT: President Edwards takes a personal interest 
in each member of the Athletic Department. BE- 
LOW: Greeting alumni returning to the Clemson 
campus. Dr. Edwards stimulates public relations for 
the University. 



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THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

The Board of Trustees Coordinates and 
Guides School Policy. 

LEFT. President of the Board, Edgar Brown, is a senior member of the law fir 
Brown, Jefferies, and Mazursky and a State Senator from Barnwell County. 



LEFT. Former Supreme Court Justice James F. Byrnes is a life member of the board. 
He has served as Secretary of State, United States Congressman and Senator, and 
governor of South Carolina. 

RIGHT. Life member Patrick Calhoun is executive vice-president of the North Caro- 
lina National Bank. He is a former President of the Clemson Alumni Association and 
the University Foundation. 



LEFT. A life member from Hartsville, Robert Coker serves as a member of the 
Board of Directors of the Coker College Foundation. He also has an honorary Doctor 
of Science degree. 

RIGHT. Kenneth Cribb, general manager of Troy H. Cribb and Sons, served at 
Clemson as president of Blue Key, co-editor of the "Tiger", and was also named 
to Who's Who. 



LEFT. Aside from serving on the Board of Trustees at Clemson University, L. D. 
Holmes has been the recipient of the Distinguished Service Award presented by the 
South Carolina Farm Bureau. 

RIGHT. Life member Frank Jervey is a former vice-president of Development for 
Clemson. He was decorated for heroism in World War I and was chosen "excep- 
tional civilian" in World War II. 



LEFT. A Clemson graduate, E. Oswald Lightsey is a past member of the Board of 
Visitors and is also now serving his second term on the National Alumni Council. 

RIGHT. Gordon McCabe, graduate of the University of Virginia, is on the board of 
directors of the S. C. National Bank and serves on the Board of the New Orleans 
Cotton Exchange. 



LEFT. A. M. Quattlebaum, president of Harlee-Quattlebaum Construction Com- 
pany, graduated from Clemson in 1934 and attended Cornell for his masters. He is 
presently with the South Carolina Highway Department. 

RIGHT. Paul Quattlebaum is a Clemson graduate in engineering. He is now serving 
on the Educational policy and Student Affairs Committee, and on The Development 
and Public Relations Committee at Clemson. 



LEFT. James Self, life member, is a Citadel graduate. Today he serves as president 
of the Textile Investment Company and Greenwood Mills. He is also a director of 
the South Carolina National Bank. 

RIGHT. Life member Winchester Smith has interests in agricultural development In 
South Carolina. He was the second Clemson graduate to be elected to the Board 
and resides in Williston, South Carolina. 




PATRICK CALHOUN 




FRANK JERVEY 




GORDON McCABE 




PAUL QUATTLEBAUM 



WINCHESTER SMITH 



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GEORGEAULL 

CLEMSON UNIVERSITY 
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

The Clemson Alumni Association exists only: (I) 
to serve Clemson alumni and (2) to serve Clemson 
University. 

The Association benefits the alumni through many 
individual and group services, including a publica- 
tion of "The Clemson World" through which alumni 
are kept informed about each other and about the 
University. 

Through the Clemson Alumni Loyalty Fund — a 
living endowment program of alumni annual giv- 
ing — the Association is of significant service to 
Clemson's educational capability. In the first 12 
years of the Loyalty Fund, more than $1.3 million 
has been made available to Clemson programs 
for which other funds are non-existent or entirely 
inadequate — including $22,000 for various student 
activities. 



TOP LEFT: A member of the Class of 1918 registers 
for his Golden Reunion. BOTTOM LEFT: The Class 
of 1915 enjoy themselves at the Clemson House. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: Joe Sherman listens intently as 
a group of alumni discuss the importance of the 
Loyalty Fund. 




ROBERT C. EDWARDS 
President 




MELFORD A. WILSON 
Vice-President for 
Business and Finance 



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WALTER T. COX 
Vice-President for Student 
Affairs, Dean of Students 




ADMINISTRATION 

EXECUTIVE OFFICERS 

ROBERT C. EDWARDS President 

WALTER T. COX . . . Vice-President for Student Affairs, 

Dean of Students 
MELFORD A. WILSON . . . Vice-President for Business and 

Finance, Comptroller 
WILLIAM W. BRYAN . . . Vice-President for Development 
VICTOR HURST . . . Vice-President for Academic Affairs, 

Dean of University 

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS AND STAFF 

ROBERT C. EDWARDS President 

ALLEN W. RIGSBY Assistant to the President 

University Counsel 
DOROTHY L. ABBOTT .... Secretary to the President 




WILLIAM W. BRYAN 
Vice-President for Development 




VICTOR HURST 
Vice-President for Academic 
Affairs, Dean of the University 



ALLEN W. RIGSBY 
Assistant to the President, 
University Counsel 







DOROTHY L. ABBOTT 
Secretary to the President 



SYBIL ALBERT 

Secretary to 

Dean of Student Affa 



REGINALD J. BERRY 
Registrar 



ARNOLD M. BLOSS 

Student Financial Aid Director 





LUCILLE K. CORLEY 
Head Resident Counselor 



LUTHER J. FIELDS 

Manager, Student Food Service 



JOSEPH G. GUGGINO 
Assistant Dean of Men 



KENNEY R. HELTON 
Budget Director 







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CLAUD B. GREEN 
Director of the Summer Se 
and Extended Proqrams 




JOSEPH E. SHERMAN 
Director of Alumni Relations 




MARY B. HOOD 

Head Resident Counselor 



LEROY E. RUTLAND 
Dormitory Manager 



ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATION 

VICTOR HURST . . . Vice-President for Academic Affairs, 

Dean of University 
WILLIAM H. WILEY . . Dean, College of Agriculture and 

Biological Sciences 

JESS JONES Director of Resident Instruction, 

Assistant to the Dean 

HARLAN McCLURE Dean, College, 

School of Architecture 
HOWARD L. HUNTER . Dean, College of Arts and Sciences 
HAROLD F. LANDRITH .... Dean, School of Education 

LIN VI L G. RICH Dean, College of Engineering 

WALLACE D. TREVILLIAN . . . Dean Schooi of Industrial 

Management and Textile Science 

FLOYD I. BROWNLEY, JR. . Dean of the Graduate School, 

Director of Research 
CLAUD B. GREEN .... Director of the Summer Sessions 

and Extended Programs 
W. GORDON GOURLAY .... Director of the Library 








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W. GORDON GOURLAY 
Director of the Library 




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MERRILL PALMER 
Director of the Computer 
Center 



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MANNING N. LOMAX 
Assistant Dean of Housing 



WILLIAM R. MATTOX 
Admissions Supervisor 



VIRGINIA POOLE 

Secretary to Vice-President for 

Business and Finance 









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JEFF TISDALE 

Men's Residence Counselor 



JOSEPH S. WALKER 
Bursar 



ERNEST C. WATSON 
Manager of Housing 



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GEORGE E. COAKLEY 
Dean of Men 




KENNETH N. VICKERY 
Director of Admissions 
and Registration 




BUFORD E. TRENT 
Director of Y.M.C.A. 




JOHN H. BUTLER 
Director of Bands 




F.J. HOFFMAN 

-'•ctivities Director 



ADMINISTRATION OF STUDENT AFFAIRS 

WALTER T. COX . . . Vice-President for Student Affairs, 

Dean, of Students 
F. J. HOFFMANN Student Activities Director 

OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF MEN 

GEORGE E. COAKLEY Dean of Men 

JOSEPH G. GUGGINO .... Assistant Dean of Housing 
MANNING N. LOMAX .... Assistant Dean of Housing 

OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF WOMEN 

SUSAN G. DELONY Dean of Women 

LUCILLE K. CORLEY Head Resident Counselor 

MARY B. HOOD Head Resident Counselor 

ROSA C. SMITH Resident Counselor 

MARGARET B. POOLE Social Advisor 

OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS, REGISTRATION, AND 
FINANCIAL AID 

KENNETH N. VICKERY Director of Admissions 

and Registration 

GERTRUDE R. BAILEY Recorder 

REGINALD J. BERRY Registrar 

ARNOLD M. BLOSS .... Student Financial Aid Director 
WILLIAM R. MATTOX Admissions Supervisor 

PLACEMENT OFFICE 
DAVID G. HUGHES Placement Director 

COUNSELING CENTER 
VIRGINIA S. HARDIE Counseling Psychologist 

STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE 
JUDSON E. HAIR . . . Director of Student Health Service 

JAMES BOWERS Staff Physician 

RUTH DURHAM Director of Nurses 

DEPARTMENT OF BANDS 

JOHN H. BUTLER Director of Bands 

BRUCE F. COOK Assistant Director 

STUDENT CENTER AND YMCA 
BUFORD E. TRENT Director, Y.M.C.A. 

ATHLETIC STAFF 
FRANK J. HOWARD . . Director of Athletics, Head Coach 

ARTHUR W. BAKER Assistant Football Coach 

THOMAS S. BASS Freshman Football Coach 

ROBERT C. BRADLEY Athletic Publicity Director 

D. F. BRULEY Tennis Coach 

CLAIRE CASKEY Golf Coach 

H. C. GREENFIELD Track Coach 

I. M. IBRAHIM Soccer Coach 

C. M. McHUGH Swimming Coach 

H. C. McLELLAN Assistant Athletic Director 

CHRISTOPHER C. ROBERTS Basketball Coach 

BILL H. WILHELM Baseball Coach, 

Director of Intramural Sports 
EUGENE P. WILLIMON .... Assistant Athletic Director 




SUSAN G. DELONEY 
Dean of Women 




DAVID G. HUGHES 
Director of Placement 






JUDSON E. HAIR 

Director of Student Health Ser 




FRANK J. HOWARD 
Director of Athletics 
Head Coach 




RUTH DURHAM 
Director of Nurses 



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TRESCOTT N. HINTON 
Chief Accountant 




WILLIAM H. DURHAM 

Director of Communications Center 




HENRY H. HILL, JR. 

Director of Auxiliary Enterprises 




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JOHN B. GENTRY 
Director of Personnel 



ADMINISTRATION FOR BUSINESS AND 
FINANCIAL AFFAIRS 

MELFORD A. WILSON .... Vice-President for Business 

and Finance and Comptroller f~ ,^, 

KENNEY R. HELTON Budget Director . '* * v 

ACCOUNTING DIVISION 

TRESCOTT N. HINTON Chief Accountant «^4m 1 

MELVIN E. BARNETTE . . Supervisor of Contract Accounts MRS. R. F. POOLE 

VIVIAN R. HARRELL Data Processing Supervisor Social Advisor 

ALDEN L. McCRACKEN Senior Accountant 

WILLIAM A. THOMPSON Senior Accountant 

JOSEPH S. WALKER Bursar 

JOHN B. GENTRY Director of Personnel 

PHYSICAL PLANT DIVISION ^ 

RALPH S. COLLINS Director of Physical Plant D^o7 of^cLing 

JACK W. WEEDEN Chief of Security 

PURCHASING DIVISION 

EARL S. LIBERTY Director of Purchasing 

DANIEL W. BICKLEY Procurement Officer 

and Property Custodian 

M 

HENRY H. HILL, JR. . . . Director of Auxiliary Enterprises GEORGE M.MOORE 
WILLIAM D.CROMER . . Supervisor, Central Office Services Al^nTlelatio^ ° f 
LUTHER J. FIELDS .... Manager, Student Food Services 

THOMAS R. RHYMES Manager, Laundry 

LEROY E. RUTLAND Dormitory Manager 

ERNEST WATSON Manager, Housing 

ADMINISTRATION OF DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES 

WILLIAM W. BRYAN . . . Vice-President for Development 

ALUMNI RELATIONS * ALP t H S - ( C d ? LLIN , S d, . 

Director of Physical Plant 

JOSEPH E. SHERMAN .... Director of Alumni Relations 

GEORGE M. MOORE Associate Director of 

Alumni Relations 
GEORGE U. BENNETT .... Alumni Field Representative 
JOHN C. MANN Alumni Editor 

PUBLIC RELATIONS 

MELVIN C. LONG Director of Public Relations I i 

JOHN L. ALLEN Editor, University News Bureau 'k § \ 

ALLEN M. SALE, JR Publication Director JACK w. WEEDEN 

Chief of Security 








Like a Boeing 707 Jet Liner is without its crew, so is a university without its faculty. The 
airliner is built and then stands, awaiting the crew that will guide it on its mission of world 
service; such is the student body that awaits the guidance that will enable it to serve mankind. 
We are fortunate to have at Clemson University distinguished men and women who have 
devoted their lives and talents to one mission: that of preparing young people for the world 
open to them after graduation. Clemson University is soaring in size, and with this increase 
in growth comes the demand for a bigger and more competent faculty. 
In addition to their teaching work, the faculty members also devote much of their time to 
outside activities involving Clemson students. These activities include service as fraternity, 
sorority, and club sponsors, as directors of various campus events, and as advisors for students 
ith problems. 




GRADUATE SCHOOL 

The Graduate School of Clemson University, 
headed by Dean F. I. Brownley, is responsible for 
determining policies and standards related to the 
graduate course of study, and for coordinating the 
duties of the administration toward the graduate 
student. 

The purpose of the Graduate School is to provide 
more intensive training in special fields, to develop 
within the individual methods of independent re- 
search, and to foster a spirit of intellectual curiosity 
and desire to further human knowledge. 

Those students admitted to the Graduate School 
have demonstrated through their undergraduate 
work that they are prepared to benefit from addi- 
tional study in the school. Each student is supervised 
by an advisory committee while in the Graduate 
School; this group approves study plans, administers 
final exams, and initiates recommendation for the 
awarding of degrees. 

Through various foundations and organizations, 
many students attend the Graduate School with 
assistance from graduate fellowships and grants-in- 
aid. 




F. I. BROWNLEY, Dean 





TOP LEFT: In addition to theory, practical applica- 
tions are stressed in Engineering. BOTTOM LEFT: 
The use of expensive and highly technical equip- 
ment aids the graduate student in his search for 
higher education. BELOW: Much individual research 
and experimentation is carried out by graduate 
students. 





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THE COLLEGE OF 
AGRICULTURE AND 
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 

The College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences 
constitutes one of Clemson University's chartered 
cornerstones in its role as a Land Grant University. 
The College's total mission is of Resident Instruction, 
Research, Extended Education, and public service. 
In the true Clemson tradition, the College is main- 
tained on a level of high quality and on a most 
modern plane. 

Although the biological sciences serve as the 
foundation of the agricultural sciences, the biologi- 
cal area of the College serves the needs of the 
University in the fundamental aspect of Biology. 
Students are thoroughly trained in the fundamental 
principles of agriculture and biology, and are given 
training and experience in the technologies which 
apply these fundamental principles. 

To the graduates there are many career oppor- 
tunities open in the areas of research, education, 
industry, business, services, communications, conser- 
vation, and recreation. 




WILLIAM H. WILEY, Dean 




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TOP: Specimens in the entomology lab are studied by this 
junior. BOTTOM LEFT: Two students discuss a specimen in 
zoology lab. BOTTOM CENTER: Students also work hard 
to learn the production of the famous Clemson ice cream 
enjoyed here by a future Clemson coed. BOTTOM RIGHT: 
Close scrutiny of a slice under a microscope occupies the 
attention of a botany student. 



COLLEGE OF 
ARCHITECTURE 

The College of Architecture provides pre-profes- 
sional and professional programs at undergraduate 
and graduate levels in Architecture, Building Con- 
struction, and City Planning. These curricula are 
not offered elsewhere in the state. 

The curriculum in architecture is six years, embrac- 
ing a four-year Bachelor of Arts in Pre-Architecture 
sequence, with a balance of general education and 
professional study followed by two years graduate 
work for a Master of Architecture Degree. 

The curriculum in Building Construction is struc- 
tured to provide young people with a unique 
balance of studies needed to equip them for key 
positions. 

The City Planner is urban and regional develop- 
ment. The urban designer must bring the city to 
physical form with balance and imagination. 

There is a great demand for graduates of the 
College of Architecture. These graduates strive for 
their goal, of enrichment of society as a whole. 





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_. TOP CENTER: Professor Means offers a 
ue of an office-planning project. ABOVE: Oil paint- 
ourses often reveal hidden talents. LEFT: The fifth- 
jury listens to Bill O'Cain's presentation of a city- 
ing project. 



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COLLEGE OF ARTS AND 
SCIENCES 

Having been in existence since 1963, the College 
of Arts and Sciences has continually increased in its 
role as a service school to the other colleges and 
schools of the University. Today the college offers 
curriculums leading to a Bachelor of Science degree 
in Chemistry, Geology, Mathematics, Medical Tech- 
nology, Physics, and Pre-medicine. 

One of the largest and fastest growing fields in 
the college is Pre-medicine. Last year alone, over 
300 students were registered as Pre-medicine majors. 
Under the heading of Pre-med comes the curricu- 
lums of Pre-dentistry and Pre-pharmacy. In Pre- 
dentistry, the student may earn a degree; in Pre- 
pharmacy, the student has two years at Clemson 
and then three years at Pharmacy school. A Nurs- 
ing curriculum leads to the Associate of Arts in 
Nursing offered by the School. The school provides 
programs leading to graduate degrees in most of 
these fields. 

An Arts and Science Degree prepares the student 
to live in the faster moving world of tomorrow. 




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TOP LEFT: Field trips offer excellent opportuni- 
ties to view first hand the subject matter being 
discussed in class. BOTTOM LEFT: A psychology 
instructor demonstrates the principles of shaping 
the behavior of a white rat. BELOW: Record- 
ings aid the modern language student in speak- 
ing more fluently. 



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SCHOOL OF EDUCATION 

Recognizing the great need for trained personnel, 
the School of Education has geared its programs 
to the preparation of students for teaching and 
recreation careers in a fast changing world. 

The School of Education is composed of eight 
departments. In the Department of Agriculture 
Education, teachers are prepared for careers as 
Agriculture Education teachers. The Department of 
Elementary and Secondary Education produces ele- 
mentary school teachers and high school teachers 
in fourteen different teaching specialities. Those 
interested in teaching Industrial Education and in 
training position in industry take curricula in the 
Department of Industrial Education. 

Recreation leaders and park administrators are 
trained in the Department of Recreation and Park 
Administration. 

Military and leadership instruction is provided 
by the Aerospace Studies and Military Sciences 
Departments. 





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HAROLD F. LANDRITH, Dean 





TOP LEFT: Improvement of reading skills is a 
part of the program offered In the School of 
Education. TOP RIGHT: Students practice 
camping techniques in preparation for overnight 
trip in camping lab. BOTTOM LEFT: Tele- 
vised classroom instruction is a new developing 
method of communication in the field of educa- 
tion. BOTTOM RIGHT: Classroom experience 
is backed by various library projects. 



L. G. RICH, Dean 



COLLEGE OF 
ENGINEERING 

Because of the rapid growth of technology today, 
the need for engineers of all fields has also greatly 
increased. To meet this need, the College of Engi- 
neering at Clemson University offers six different 
curriculums pertaining to engineering: Agricultural, 
Ceramic, Chemical, Civil, Electrical and Mechanical. 
The Agricultural Engineering Curriculum is jointly 
administered by the College of Engineering and the 
College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences. 

A Bachelor of Science degree leads to a wide 
choice of careers and serves as preparation for con- 
tinued graduate study in a broad spectrum of fields. 
The engineering curriculums include the various 
phases of the field of specialization without over- 
emphasizing one phase to the neglect of others. 
Every engineer must be able to solve industrial 
problems as well as express his ideas to others, so 
the first two years of study include basic funda- 
mentals and social sciences. 

Upon entering the working world of today, the 
engineer prepares for a better world of tomorrow. 




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TOP: Practical experience gained 

boratory supplements classroom work. 
BOTTOM LEFT: An engineering student 
studies the proper use and application of 
specialized equipment. BOTTOM RIGHT: 
These students are learning the intricate 
use of the drill press. 




SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL 
MANAGEMENT AND 
TEXTILE SCIENCE 

The School of Industrial Management and Textile 
Science is located in Sirrine Hall, which is named 
after the late Mr. J. E. Sirrine. Its programs educate 
young men and women for positions of leadership 
in the expanding economy of the nation, and espe- 
cially South Carolina. Courses are predicated on 
the belief that education is a lifelong process and 
the best education for a potential leader increases 
his capacity to learn during the rest of his life. 

The undergraduate programs consist of the Bache- 
lor of Science Degree in Industrial Management, 
Textile Science, and Textile Chemistry, and the 
Bachelor of Arts in Economics. Graduate degrees 
are offered in the fields of Management, Economics, 
Textiles and Textile Chemistry. Research, including 
the "Professional Development" program, is also an 
integral part of all curriculums. 






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TOP CENTER: The designing of new weaves 
can sometimes be more difficult than it at first 
appears. BOTTOM CENTER: A textile student 
uses a microscopic camera to study the intricate 
weave of a cloth sample. BELOW: An indus- 
trious student is amazed at the complicated 
process of weaving cloth. 













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DR. GERALDINE LABECKI, Dean 



SCHOOL OF NURSING 

With the rapid expansion of medical facilities 
across the country, a tremendous need for profes- 
sionally trained nurses has developed. To help meet 
this need, the Department of Nursing at Clemson 
has been created to offer professional training in 
this most important field. 

The Clemson University Department of Nursing 
divides its program between academic courses taken 
primarily on the Clemson campus, and practica 
nursing experience conducted at Anderson Memorial 
Hospital. Originally, the program was administered 
by the hospital, but in 1965 it was officially adopte 
by the College of Arts and Sciences of Clemson 
University. 

Besides nursing and laboratory courses, English, 
psychology, sociology, and science are offered to 
the students. Due to the dedicated teaching staff, 
there is an increasing enrollment in Clemson's newest 
department. 





TOP: Prospective nurses learn first hand how to 
use a whirlpool bath. BOTTOM FAR LEFT: 
Between patients and classes, nurses reflect on 
the hospital happenings. BOTTOM MIDDLE: 
Girls bring happiness to the pediatric ward as 
a part of the day's work. BELOW: Another 
facet of the curriculum is analyzing samples. 

















FACULTY 

ABERNATHY. A. R Associate Professor 

CIVIL ENGINEERING & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING 

ACORN, J. T Associate Professor 

ARCHITECTURE 

ADKINS, T. R., JR Professor 

ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY 

ALEXANDER, P. M Associate Professor 

HORTICULTURE 

ALLEN, J. F Associate Professor 

CHEMISTRY 

ALLEN, R. M Professor 

FORESTRY 

ALLEY, F. C Associate Professor 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

ANDERSON, G. W Associate Professor 

ZOOLOGY AND VETERINARY MEDICINE 

ANDREWS, J. F Dept. Head, Professor 

ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING 

ANTRIM, J. deC Associate Professor 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

ARNOLD, E. P Instructor 

GERMAN 

ARRINGTON, O. W Instructor 

ENGLISH 

ASHWORTH, R. P Professor 

BOTANY AND BACTERIOLOGY 

AUCOIN, C. V Dept. Head, Professor 

MATHEMATICS 

BAILEY, R. H., JR Assistant Professor 

CHEMISTRY 

BAKER, P. R Instructor 

SPANISH 

BALL, W. L Associate Professor 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

BANISTER, R. A Associate Professor 

ENGINEERING GRAPHICS 

BARKER, R. H Associate Professor 

TEXTILES AND CHEMISTRY 

BARLAGE, W. B., JR Associate Professor 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

' BARNETT, B. D Dept. Head, Professor 

POULTRY SCIENCE 

BARRIER, J. M Instructor 

ZOOLOGY 

BARTMESS, E. V Instructor 

MATHEMATICS 

BAUKNIGHT, L. M., JR. . . . Associate Professor 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS AND RURAL SOCIOLOGY 

> BAULD, N R., JR Associate Professor 

ENGINEERING MECHANICS 

BAXTER, A. W Assistant Professor 

BOTANY AND BACTERIOLOGY 

BAXTER, L. W Associate Professor 

BOTANY AND BACTERIOLOGY 

BECKWITH, W. F Associate Professor 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



FACULTY 

> BEINHART, E. G.. JR Lecturer 

BOTANY AND BACTERIOLOGY 

BELL, M. C Associate Professor 

MATHEMATICS 

BERRY, T. G Assistant Professor 

MILITARY SCIENCE 

BIGGS, S. S Assistant Professor 

AEROSPACE STUDIES 

' BINSSE, M. I Instructor 

SPEECH 

BIRKHEAD, P. K Associate Professor 

GEOLOGY 

BISHOP, A. O., JR Instructor 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

BISHOP, C. B Associate Professor 

CHEMISTRY 

' BISHOP, M. B Associate Professor 

CHEMISTRY 

BLANCHE, J. D Instructor 

HISTORY 

BOLEN, C. W Professor 

HISTORY 

BOND, J. H Associate Professor 

BOTANY AND BACTERIOLOGY 

BOONE, M. A Professor 

POULTRY SCIENCE 

BOST, W. V Instructor 

ENGLISH 

BOUKNIGHT, J. A Instructor 

NURSING 

BOWEN, W. C Associate Professor 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

BOYD, V. A Associate Professor 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS AND RURAL SOCIOLOGY 

BRADBURY, D. W Professor 

MACHINE DESIGN 

BRANDT, G. W Associate Professor 

DAIRY SCIENCE 

BRANNOCK, D. W„ JR. . . . Assistant Professor 
FRENCH 

BRANNON, C. C Associate Professor 

DAIRY SCIENCE 

BRANTLEY, H Head, Associate Professor 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

BRITTON. J. D Assistant Professor 

MILITARY SCIENCE 

BRITZ, R. J Assistant Professor 

MILITARY SCIENCE 

BROWN, F. B Associate Professor 

CHEMISTRY 

BROWN, J. W Associate Professor 

MATHEMATICS 

BROWN, L. H Associate Professor 

ARCHITECTURE 

BROWN, M. C Head 

MILITARY SCIENCE 





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BRAWLEY, J. V Associate Professor 

MATHEMATICS 



3ROWN, C. Q. 



HORTICULTURE 



BROWN, S. H Assistant Professor 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



3ROWNLEY, F. I., JR Dean 

CHEMISTRY 



3ROYLES, H. E Associate Professo 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



BRULEY, D. F Associate Professo 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



3RUNER, M. H Associate Professo 

FORESTRY 



3UNGAY. H. R. Ill Profe 

ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING 



BURTNER, F. A Professo 

SOCIOLOGY 



BURTON, T. W Associate Professo 

MILITARY SCIENCE 



3UTLER, J. H Associate Professo 

MUSIC EDUCATION 



BYRD. LL Assistant Professo 

EDUCATION 



BYRD, W. P Profes 

EXPERIMENTAL STATISTICS 



CAFFREY, C. B Assistant Professo 

PSYCHOLOGY 



CALHOUN, J. L Assistant Professo 

AEROSPACE STUDIES 



CALHOUN. R.J Professo 

ENGLISH 



CAMPBELL. T. A. 



CAMPER, N. D Assistant Profes 

BOTANY AND BACTERIOLOGY 



CAPEL. W. C. 
CARD, E. B. 



Assistant Professo 



SOCIOLOGY 



MUSIC EDUCATION 



CARPENTER, E. T Directo 

RESEARCH COORDINATING UNIT 



CARROLL, A. B Assistant Professo 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 



CARTER, C. W Assistant Professo 

ENGINEERING GRAPHICS 



CARTER, R. M Assistant Professc 

AEROSPACE STUDIES 



CASKEY, CO Associate Professo 

ENGLISH 



CHAPLIN. R. L.. JR Associate Professo 

PHYSICS 



CHALUPA. W. V Associate Professo 

DAIRY SCIENCE 



CHISMAN, J. A Assistant Profes: 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



FACULTY 

CHOLEWINSKI, F. M Associate Professor 

MATHEMATICS 

CHRISTOU, G. C Assistant Professor 

ECONOMICS 

CLARK, H. C. Ill Associate Professor 

TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

CLOSE. H. C Assistant Professor 

ECONOMICS 

COCHRAN, J. H Dept. Head, Professor 

ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY 

COKER, E. C, JR Associate Professor 

MATHEMATICS 

COLEMAN, R. L Instructor 

FRENCH 

COLLINS, T. F Assistant Professor 

PHYSICS 

' COOK, B. F. . . . Asst. Prof., Asst. Dir. of Bands 
MUSIC EDUCATION 

COOL. B. M Professor 

FORESTRY 

COOLEDGE, H. N.. JR. . . . Alumni Professor 
ARCHITECTURE 

COOPER, J. B Associate Professor 

POULTRY SCIENCE 

' COUCH, J. H Associate Professor 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 

COVER. A. S Assistant Professor 

MATHEMATICS 

COX, H. M Dept. Head, Professor 

ENGLISH AND MODERN LANGUAGES 

CRADDOCK, G. R Professor 

AGRONOMY AND SOILS 

> CROOK. L Assistant Professor 

FOOD SCIENCE AND BIOCHEMISTRY 

CROSS. J. T Instructor 

ENGLISH 

CROSS. R. L Instructor 

ENGLISH 

DALTON, J. E Assistant Professor 

ARCHITECTURE 

» DAVENPORT. D. H Instructor 

NURSING 

DAVIS, C. C Professor 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

DAVIS, L. H Dept. Head 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

DAVIS, R. S Assistant Professor 

HISTORY 

• DEAN, J. A Associate Professor 

MODERN LANGUAGES 

DiBENEDETTO, G. R Instructor 

HISTORY 

DILLMAN, B. L Assistant Professor 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

DINWIDDIE, J. G Professor 

CHEMISTRY 




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FACULTY 



DOUGLASS, T. E Assistant Professo 

ENGLISH 



DOWLER, W. M Lectur 

BOTANY AND BACTERIOLOGY 



DUNKLE, B. E Associate Professo 

ENGINEERING GRAPHICS 



DUNKLE, S. K. 



DURHAM, B. G. 



MATHEMATICS 



Assistant Profes 



DYSART, B. C. Ill Assistant Professo 

ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING 



EDWARDS, J. L Profes 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



EDWARDS, MRS. M. L. O 

BOTANY AND ZOOLOGY 



EDWARDS, R. L Associate Professo 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 



EFLAND, T. D. . . . Associate Dean and Professo 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT AND TEXTILE SCIENCE 



ELROD, A. C Associate Professo 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



EPPS, W. M Head, Professo 

BOTANY AND BACTERIOLOGY 



ERICKSEN, A. R Assistant Profess 

MILITARY SCIENCE 



EUDE, J. A Visiting Instructo 

FRENCH 



FANNING, J. C Associate Professo 

CHEMISTRY 



FAIREY. J. Ill Assistant Professo 

BOTANY 



FALK, E. L Professo 

ARCHITECTURE 



FAZIO, M. J. 



iate Professo 



FELDER, H. Mc, Jr Associate Profes 

ENGLISH 



FERNANDEZ, E. G Lecture 

SPANISH 



FERNANDEZ, G. J Assistant Professo 

SPANISH 



FLATT, J. L Associate Professo 

MATHEMATICS 



FORD, J. M Associate Professo 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 



FOX. R. C Professo 

ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY 



FRAKER, J. R. 



INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 



FREEMAN, G. S. 



FREEZE, C. R Associate Professo 

EDUCATION 



FACULTY 

• FYRE, R. M Assistant Professo 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

FULMER. J. P Assistant Professo 

HORTICULTURE 

FULMER. L. G Instructo 

MATHEMATICS 

GAHAN. L. W Assistant Professo 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

GALLOWAY, E. B Instructo 

MUSIC EDUCATION 

GARNER, T. H Associate Professo 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

GARRISON, O. B Director, Professo 

HORTICULTURE 

GETTYS, W. E Associate Professo 

PHYSICS 

GIBSON. P. B Lecture 

AGRONOMY AND SOILS 

GILES, J. W Assistant Professo 

AEROSPACE STUDIES 

GILLILAND. B. E Assistant Professo 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

GING. J. L Assistant Professo 

PHYSICS 

GODLEY, W. C Professo 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 

GOLDEMBERG, M Associate Professo 

TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

GOODIN. C. P Associate Professo 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

GOREE, J. G Associate Professo 

ENGINEERING MECHANICS 

GOSSETT, B. J Associate Professo 

AGRONOMY AND SOILS 

GRABEN, H. W Associate Professo 

PHYSICS 

GRAHAM, M. S Instructo 

GERMAN 

GRAHAM, W. D.. JR. . . , Assistant Professo 
AGRONOMY AND SOILS 

GRAY, F. R Visiting Lecture. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

GREEN, C. B Directo 

SUMMER SESSIONS AND EXTENDED PROGRAMS 

GRUBB. C. A Instructo 

HISTORY 

GUIDE, V. D. R Assistant Professo 

MILITARY SCIENCE 

GUM, C Associate Professo 

ENGLISH 

GUNNIN. E. A Professo 

ARCHITECTURE 

GUNTER. E. G Instructo 

NURSING 

GUNTER, T. H., JR Assistant Professo 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 




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HALPIN. J. E. . Associate Director, Associate Professo 
AGRI. EXPERIMENT STA., BOTANY AND BACTERIOLOGY 



HALTIWANGER. M. E. . . . Assistant Professo 
MILITARY SCIENCE 



HAMMOND, A. F Associate Professo 

ENGINEERING GRAPHICS 



HANDLIN, D. L Assistant Professo 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 



HANNAH, H. B Assistant Professo 

ENGLISH 



HARDEN, J. C, JR Associate Professo 

MATHEMATICS 



HARRIS, R. B Assistant Professo 

PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION 



HARSHMAN, R. C Associate Professo 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



HASELTON, G. M Assistant Professo 

GEOLOGY 



HASH, J. A Assistant Professo 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 



HATCHER, R. D., JR. . . . Assistant Professo 
GEOLOGY 



HAUN, J. R Associate Professo 

HORTICULTURE 



HAYS, S. B Associate Professo 

ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY 



HENNINGSON, R. W Professo 

DAIRY SCIENCE 



HENDRICKS, D. M Assistant Professo 

FOOD SCIENCE AND BIOCHEMISTRY 



HENRY, L. L Assistant Professo 

ENGLISH 



HENSON, J. L Lectur 

NURSING 



HILL, R. W Instructo 

ENGLISH 



HIND, A. T., JR Profes 

MATHEMATICS 



HUE, J. C Assistant Professo 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS AND RURAL SOCIOLOGY 



HOBSON, J. H Professo 

CHEMISTRY 



HODGES, V. S Associate Professo 

ARCHITECTURE 



HOLMAN, H. R. 



Associate Professo 



HOLT. A. H Associate Professo 

ENGLISH 



HOOD, C. E., JR Associate Professo 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 



HOUSER, R. D. 



HOWARD, G. E. . . . Assistant Professo 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 



HUBBARD, J. C. JR. Associate Professo 

TEXTILES 



FACULTY 

HUFF, L D Professor 

PHYSICS 

HUFFMAN. J. W Professor 

CHEMISTRY 

HUNTER, H. L Dean, Professor 

ARTS AND SCIENCES AND CHEMISTRY 

HUNTER, R. H Professor 

ARCHITECTURE 

HUTCHINSON, J. P Instructor 

SOCIOLOGY 

IBRAHIM. LB Instructor 

MATHEMATICS 

ISRAEL, CM Assistant Professor 

ENGLISH 

JACKSON, J. E Instructor 

MUSIC EDUCATION 

JAMES. R. D Assistant Professor 

MILITARY SCIENCE 

JAMESON, L. H Associate Professor 

ENGINEERING GRAPHICS 

JANZEN, J. J Professor 

DAIRY SCIENCE 

JENSEN, A. < Associate Professor 

EDUCATION 

JOHNSON, J. K., JR. . . . Assistant Professor 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

JOHNSTON, W. E Assistant Professor 

EXPERIMENTAL STATISTICS 

JONES, CM Professor 

AGRONOMY AND SOILS 

JONES, J. W Professor 

AGRONOMY 

JONES. R. M Assistant Professor 

ENGINEERING GRAPHICS 

JORDAN, W. S Assistant Professor 

HORTICULTURE 

JUTRAS, M. W Assistant Professor 

AGRONOMY AND SOILS 

KAUFMANN, A. J Associate Professor 

ARCHITECTURE 

KELLER, F. J Assistant Professor 

PHYSICS 

KELLY. J. W Assistant Professor 

DAIRY SCIENCE 

KERSEY, R. N.. JR Associate Professor 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

KIETH, M. O Associate Professor 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

' KING, E. W Professor 

ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY 

KING. W. A Dept. Head. Professor 

DAIRY SCIENCE 

KINGSLAND. G. C Associate Professor 

BOTANY AND BACTERIOLOGY 

KIRKLEY, F. E Associate Professor 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 




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KIRKWOOD, C. E., JR. . . . Associate Professo 
MATHEMATICS 



LABECKI, G Dean, Professo 

NURSING 



LaFLEUR, K. S Associate Professo 

AGRONOMY AND SOILS 



LaGRONE, J. W Associate Professo 

MATHEMATICS 



LAFFODAY, W. C Coordinate 

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 



LAITALA. EVERETT . . . Dept. Head, Professo 
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 



LANDER, E. Mo, JR. 



LANDERS, K. S Assistant Professo 

CHEMISTRY 



LANDRITH, H. F. . . . Dean, Dept. Head, Professo 
EDUCATION 



LANE, C. L Assistant Professo 

FORESTRY 



LANHAM, W. J Dept. Head, Professo 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS AND RURAL SOCIOLOGY 



LaROCHE, E. A Associate Professo 

TEXTILES 



LASKAR, R. C Associate Professo 

MATHEMATICS 



LAW, A. G Associate Professo 

ENGINEERING MECHANICS 



LAZAR, J. T., JR Professo 

DAIRY SCIENCE 



LEEMHUIS, R. P Assistant Professo 

HISTORY 



LEFORT. H. G Assistant Professo 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 



LEHOTSKY, K Dept. Head, Professo 

FORESTRY 



LEWIS, A. D Professo 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



LIGON, J. T Associate Professo 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 



LINDSTROM, F. J Associate Profess 

CHEMISTRY 



LONG, J. T Associate Profes 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



LUKAWECKI, S. M Associate Professt 

MATHEMATICS 



LYON, K. S Assistant Professo 

MILITARY SCIENCE 



LYONS, D. W Associate Professo 

TEXTILE SCIENCE AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



LYTLE, J. S Assistant Professo 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS AND RURAL SOCIOLOGY 



McCLAIN, E. F Assistant Professo 

AGRONOMY AND SOILS 



McCLURE. H. E Dean 

ARCHITECTURE 



FACULTY 

McCORMAC, J. C Associate Professor 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

McCUTCHEN, A. J Associate Professor 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

McENTIRE. R. H Lecturer 

FRENCH 

McGEE, C. Mo, JR Associate Professor 

ENGLISH 

McGREGOR, R. R., JR. . . . Assistant Professor 
FRENCH 

McGREGOR, W. H. D. . . . Associate Professor 
FORESTRY 

McHUGH, CM Associate Professor 

ENGINEERING GRAPHICS 

McLELLON, W. M Associate Professor 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

McNATT, J. A Instructor 

FRENCH AND SPANISH 

MACY, J. B Instructor 

FRENCH 

MALPHRUS, L. D Associate Professor 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS AND RURAL SOCIOLOGY 

MANN, M. E Assistant Professor 

MILITARY SCIENCE 

MARTIN, J. A., JR Associate Professor 

HORTICULTURE 

MARTIN, J. C Professor 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

MARULLO, N. P Associate Professor 

CHEMISTRY 

MARVIN, J. H.. JR Associate Professor 

TEXTILES 

MATHEWS, A. C Professor 

BOTANY AND BACTERIOLOGY 

MAXWELL, J. D Assistant Professor 

AGRONOMY 

MEANS. G. C, JR Professor 

ARCHITECTURE 

MEEKS, CD Assistant Professor 

ENGINEERING GRAPHICS 

MEENAGHAN. G. F Professor 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

MILES, J. F Associate Professor 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS AND RURAL SOCIOLOGY 

MITCHELL, C. R Assistant Professor 

ENGINEERING MECHANICS 

MIXON, R. F Assistant Professor 

MODERN LANGUAGES 

MOORMAN. R. W. , . Dept. Head, Professor 

ENGINEERING MECHANICS 

MORGAN. H. E., JR. ... Assistant Professor 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

MORRIS, F. P Lecturer 

ARCHITECTURE 

MULLEN. J., JR Instructor 

MATHEMATICS 




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MURRAY, B. K Assistant Profess 

AEROSPACE STUDIES 



NEWTON, A. F. . Dept. Head., Director, Professo 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION AND ENGINEERING RESEARCH 



NICHOLAS, S. G Directo 

ENGINEERING RESEARCH 



NOWACK, R. F Associate Profess 

ENGINEERING MECHANICS 



O'DELL, G. D Assistant Profes 

DAIRY SCIENCE 



OGLE, W. L Professo 

HORTICULTURE 



OLSEN, N. L, JR Assistant Professo 

ENGLISH 



OLSON, E. S Associate Professo 

TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 



O'REILLY, M. F Assistant Professo 

MATHEMATICS 



OWENS, MRS. W. H Instructo 

MATHEMATICS 



OWENS, W. H., JR Assistant Professo 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 



OWINGS, M. A Alumni Professo 

ENGLISH 



PACKER, M. A Associate Professo 

EDUCATION 



PAGE, E. E Assistant Professo 

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 



PALMER, M. C. . . Director, Associate Professo 
COMPUTER CENTER, MATHEMATICS 



Associate Professo 



MATHEMATICS 



PARK, S. O Associate Professo 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



PARKER, CD Assistant Professo 

AEROSPACE STUDIES 



PARRY, T. A. 
PATEL, K. M. 



Assistant Professo 



CIVIL ENGINEERING 



Assistant Professo 



PEARCE, J. F Associate Professo 

ECONOMICS 



PERRY, R. L Associate Professo 

ENGINEERING GRAPHICS 



PINCKNEY, J. E Associate Profes 

ARCHITECTURE 



POE, H. V Associate Professo 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



POLK, H. T Professo 

CHEMISTRY 



POOLE, J. T Associate Professo 

MATHEMATICS 



POPE, R. M., JR Instructo 

ECONOMICS 



PORTER, J. J Associate Professo 

TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 



FACULTY 

POTEAT, L. E Associate Professo 

METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

PREVOST, A. S Assistant Professo 

NURSING 

PRINS, R Assistant Professo 

ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY 

PROCHASKA, B. J Assistant Professo 

MATHEMATICS 

PROCTOR, T. G Associate Professo 

MATHEMATICS 

RABON. J. D Assistant Professo 

MILITARY SCIENCE 

RATLIFF, N. A Instructo 

HISTORY 

REED, J. K Professo 

ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY 

REEL, J. V., JR Assistant Professo 

HISTORY 

REEP, R. T Associate Professo 

ARCHITECTURE 

REGNIER, I. G Associate Professo 

ARCHITECTURE 

REITER, B. B Instructo 

MATHEMATICS 

RICH, L G Dean, Director, Professo 

ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING 

RICHARDSON, J. L Associate Professo 

TEXTILES 

RICHARDSON, M. K. . . . Associate Professo 
ENGINEERING MECHANICS 

RIFE, L A Associate Professo 

MATHEMATICS 

RITCHIE, R. R Professo 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 

ROBERTS, B. E Instructo 

NURSING 

ROBINSON, G. C Dept. Head, Professo 

CERAMIC AND METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

RODGERS, J. H Professo 

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 

ROGERS, E. B., JR Associate Professo 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

ROSTRON, J. P Associate Professo 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

RUSSELL, C. B Assistant Professo 

MATHEMATICS 

RUPLE, C. W Assistant Professo 

MILITARY SCIENCE 

• RUTLEDGE, R. W Professo 

BOTANY AND BACTERIOLOGY 

SALLEY. J. R., JR Associate Professo 

CHEMISTRY 

SAVITSKY, L. A Lecture 

RUSSIAN 

SCHOENIKE, R. E Associate Professo 

FORESTRY 




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SCHWARTZ, A. E. . Dept Head, Associate Professor 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

SEARSON, M Librarian 

SEFICK, H. J Associate Professor 

HORTICULTURE 

SELLERS, J. R Instructor 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

SENN, T. L Dept Head, Professor 

HORTICULTURE 

SEO, K Associate Professor 

MATHEMATICS 

SHAIN, W. A Associate Professor 

FORESTRY 

SHARPE, J. K Assistant Professor 

MILITARY SCIENCE 

SHEPHERD, W. M Assistant Professor 

MILITARY SCIENCE 

SHERRIL, M. D Associate Professor 

PHYSICS 

SHEWFELT, A. L Professor 

FOOD SCIENCE AND BIOCHEMISTRY 

SHULER, CO Associate Professor 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

' SHULENBURGER, D. E Instructor 

ECONOMICS 

SIMS, E. T„ JR Associate Professor 

HORTICULTURE 

SIMMS, J. B Assistant Professor 

ENGLISH 

SKARDON, B. N Assistant Professor 

ENGLISH 

• SKELLEY, G. C, JR Associate Professor 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 

SKELTON, B. R Associate Professor 

ECONOMICS 

SKELTON, B. J Assistant Professor 

HORTICULTURE 

SLANN, M. W Instructor 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

' SMALL, S. E Instructor 

HISTORY 

SMITH, CD Lecturer 

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 

SMITH, L. C III Instructor 

ENGLISH 

SNELL, A. W. . . . Dept Head, Professor 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

» SOBCZYK. A. F Professor 

MATHEMATICS 

SOLIS, J. DE LA C. . . . Assistant Professor 

POULTRY SCIENCE 

SPENCER, H. G. . Dept. Head, Professor 

CHEMISTRY AND GEOLOGY 

SPURLOCK, H. C. . Associate Professor 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS AND RURAL SOCIOLOGY 



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SOUYRES, J. E Assistant Professo 

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 

STAFFORD, D. B Assistant Professo 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

STANLEY. E. L Associate Professo 

MATHEMATICS 

STEADMAN, M. S., JR. . . . Associate Professo 
ENGLISH 

STEINER, P. A Assistant Professo 

PHYSICS 

STEIRER, W. F., JR Assistant Professo 

HISTORY 

STEMBRIDGE. G. E Associate Professo 

HORTICULTURE 

STEPP, J. M Alumni Professo 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS AND RURAL SOCIOLOGY 

STEVENSON, J. L Associate Professo 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

SULLIVAN. J. R Associate Professo 

MATHEMATICS 

THODE, F. W Associate Professo 

HORTICULTURE 

THOET, C. F., JR Instructo 

SPANISH 

THOMPSON, C. B Greenville Extensior 

DIRECTOR 

THOMSON, D. P.. JR. . . . Associate Professo 
TEXTILES 

THORNING, M. M Instructo 

ECONOMICS 

THURSTON. J. N Alumni Professo 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

TISDALE, C. F Assistant Professo 

MILITARY SCIENCE 

TREVILLIAN. W. D Dean, Professo 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT AND TEXTILES 

TRIVELY, I. A Professo 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

TURK, D. E Associate Professo 

POULTRY SCIENCE 

TURNER, B. D Instructo 

PSYCHOLOGY 

TURNER, R. C Assistant Professo 

PHYSICS 

TYNDALL. E. N. . . . . Dept. Head, Professo 
AEROSPACE STUDIES 

ULBRICH, C. W Assistant Professo 

PHYSICS 

' USREY, M. O Assistant Professo 

ENGLISH 

VAN BLAIRCOM, L. O Professo 

HORTICULTURE 

VAUGHN, E. A Instructo 

TEXTILES 

VENKATU. D. A Assistant Professo 

METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 





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VEREEN, L. E Assistant Professo 

FOOD SERVICE AND BIOCHEMISTRY 

VOGEL, H. E Dept. Head, Professo 

PHYSICS 

von ROSENBERG, J. L, JR. . Assistant Professo 

CHEMISTRY 

von TUNGELN, G. R. . . . Associate Professo 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

WAITE, E. E., JR Associate Professo 

SOCIOLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY 

WALKER, W. T. Ill Instructo 

HISTORY 

WALLACE, F. L Instructo 

BIOLOGY 

WALTERS, J. V Professo 

TEXTILES 

WANG, S Assistant Professo 

ARCHITECTURE 

WANNAMAKER, J. M. . - . Associate Professo 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WANNAMAKER, P. W. , . . Assistant Professo 
GERMAN 

WARE, R. E Associate Professo 

ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY 

WARNER, J. R Professo 

FORESTRY 

WATSON, C. H Associate Professo 

ENGLISH 

WATSON, K. R Instructo 

MATHEMATICS 

WATSON, S. M., JR Professo 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

WEBB. B. K Associate Professo 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

WEBB, L. G Associate Professo 

ZOOLOGY 

WELSH, W. A., JR Assistant Professo 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

WESER, D. B Instructo 

CHEMISTRY 

< WHEELER. H. J. . Dept Head, Associate Professo 
ECONOMICS 

WHEELER, R. F Dept Head, Professo 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 

WHITE, D. F., JR Assistant Professo 

PHILOSOPHY 

WHITE, R. H Associate Professo 

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 

' WHITEHEAD, M. E Instructo 

ECONOMICS 

WHITEHURST, C. H„ JR. . Dept Head, Professo 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WHITNEY. J. N., JR Professo 

BOTANY AND BACTERIOLOGY 

WHITTEN. W. C. JR Professo 

ECONOMICS 



FACULTY 

• WILCOX, L. C. . . . Head, Associate Professor 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

WILDER. J. W Instructor 

FRENCH 

WILEY, W. H Dean, Professor 

AGRICULTURE AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 

WILLARD, W. K Assistant Professor 

ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY 

' WILLEY, E. P Assistant Professor 

ENGLISH 

WILLIAMS, L. M Acting Director 

NURSING 

WILLIAMS, W. P. . Dept Head, Associate Professor 
FOOD SCIENCE AND BIOCHEMISTRY 

WILLIS, VIRGINIA Instructor 

SPANISH 

WILSON, H. B. . . Admissions Counselor, Asst. Prof. 
TEXTILES 

WILSON, H. H Professor 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

WILSON. M. B Instructor 

ENGLISH 

WILSON, T. V Professor 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

WILSON. W. L Assistant Professor 

AEROSPACE STUDIES 

WINTER, J. P Associate Professor 

ENGLISH 

WITCHER, W Associate Professor 

BOTANY AND BACTERIOLOGY 

WOLLA, M. L Associate Professor 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

WOOD, K. L Associate Professor 

PHYSICS 

WOOTEN, T. E Assistant Professor 

FORESTRY 

WRAY, C. V Associate Professor 

TEXTILES 

WRIGHT. B. C Assistant Professor 

MILITARY SCIENCE 

YANG, T Associate Professor 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

YATES, O. I Instructor 

ENGLISH 

YATES, O. L Instructor 

PSYCHOLOGY 

YOUNG. F. A„ JR. . Assistant Professor 

METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

YOUNG, J. L Professor 

ARCHITECTURE 

YOUNT, J Instructor 

ENGLISH 

ZIELINSKI, P. B Assistant Professor 

ENGINEERING MECHANICS 

ZINK, W. T. .... Associate Professor 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 




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Out of a misty dream 
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Within a dream. 

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DAVE CLARK 
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ALSTON GORE 
President 



DAVE GANGEMI 
Secretary 



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• JOHN J.ABBOT Sumter, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 

WM. L. ABERCROMBIE, JR. . . Easley, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

BENJAMIN E. ABERNATHY— 

Connely Springs, N. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

LARRY W. ABERNATHY . N. Augusta, S. C. 
ENGLISH 



ALBERT W. ABRAMS . . . Lake City, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

EDGAR B. ABRAMS . . . Anderson, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

JEFFERY R. ABRAMS . . . Columbia, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 

BRUNO ACCOMANDO . . . Inwood, N.Y. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



• LOUIS L. ACKER .... Anderson, S. C. 
GEOLOGY 

PHILIP D. ACKERMAN . . St. George, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

HARRY P. ADAMS Saluda, S. C. 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

JOHN N.ADAMS .... Asheville, N. C. 
CHEMISTRY 



GAIL BRENDA ADDIS . . 
ENGLISH 



Walhalla,S. C. 



JAMES C. ADDISON, JR. . Allendale, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

WAYNE F. ADDY .... Columbia, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

BRUCE B. ALBEA .... Rockmont, Ga. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



MARY JANE ALBEA .... Rockmont, Ga. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

RICHARD A. ALBERS . . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

MARION D. ALDRIDGE . . N. Augusta, S. C. 
ENGLISH 

FRED M. ALEXANDER, JR. . Abbeville, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



•JOHN M. ALFORD Dillon, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

CARL M. ALLEN .... Charleston, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

JAMES T. ALLEN . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

SHERRY W. ALLEY .... Columbia, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 



SENIORS 



• DAVID R. ALVERSON . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

ROBERT E. AMBROSE . . . Omaha, Neb. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

WILLIAM R. AMMONS . . Camden, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

LELAND E. ANDERSON . . Clemson, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 



• PHILIP L. ANDERSON . . N. Augusta, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

TERRY K. ANDERSON . . Edwardsville, III. 

TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

VERNON W. ANDIS .... Mauldin, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

PETE W. ANGELAKOS . . . Laurens, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• STANLEY B. ANGLE . . . Kmgsport, Tenn. 

ENGLISH 

BJORN A. I. ANZEN . . . Fagersta, Sweden 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

BRENDA G. ARGO Toccoa, Ga. 

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

WM. H. ARMSTRONG . Middlebury, Conn. 
MATH SCIENCE TEACHING 



• WM. S. ARMSTRONG . . Georgetown, S. C. 
METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

DAVID C. ARNOLD . . . Lexington, S. C. 
ENTOMOLOGY 

FRANK H. ARNOLD III . . Charleston, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

DOROTHY M. ASHFORD . . Columbia, S. C. 
FRENCH 



• RICHARD J. ASHMORE . . Greenville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

DAN G. ASKINS .... Hartsville, S. C. 

BIOCHEMISTRY 

HARRY R. ASKINS .... Lake City, S. C. 

BIOCHEMISTRY 

LEWIS E. ASTON . . Charleston Heights, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



• MARTHA C. ATKINS . . 
ENGLISH 



Boonville, Ind. 



BARRY K. AUGHTRY .... Lyman, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

HARRY C. AVINGER, JR. . Orangeburg, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

JOHN O. AVINGER . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 




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• KENNETH R. AYERS . . . Columbia, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

ROBERT W. AYERS . . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

RODERICK G. AYERS, JR. . . Nichols, S. C. 
HISTORY 

NEIL R. BAER Edgewater, Md. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 



•EDWIN F. BAILEY .... Summerville, S. C. 
ENGLISH 

TERRY L. BAILEY .... Anderson, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

GEOFFREY B. BAKER . . . Alexandria, Va. 
METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

STEVEN W. BAKER .... Baltimore, Md. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• FRED K. BALDWIN 



Taylors, S. C. 



NANCY D. BALL . . . Simpsonville, S. C. 

HISTORY 

REBECCA BALLARD .... Easley, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

CATHERINE M. BALLAS . Jacksonville Bch., Fla. 
FRENCH 



DAVID M. BALLENGER . . Charleston, S. C. 

PRE-DENTISTRY 

SHELLEY W. BARBARY . . Washington, D. C. 
ZOOLOGY 

WADE H. BARBER Pickens, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 

STEPHEN L. BARBERY . . Simpsonville, S. C, 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• SAM M. BARFIELD, JR. . . . Seneca, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JAMES F. BARKER .... Kingsport, Tenn. 

ARCHITECTURE 

MARY N. BARKER . . . Westminster, S. C. 
SOCIOLOGY 

THOMAS O BARNWELL, JR. . Yonges Is., S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



PAUL J. BARRACO . . . Clmtondale, N. Y. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

KENNETH M. BARRETT . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

DAVID L. BASKIN . . . Simpsonville, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

WILLIAM E. BATSON .... Pickens, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



SENIORS 



• GEORGE F. BAUGHMAN . . Abbeville, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

STEWARD L. BAYLOR . . . Kingstree, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

HARRIS L. BEACH, JR. . . St. George, S. C. 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 

CHARLES P. BEAM, JR. . . . Gaffney, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 



• W. DANIEL BEAMAN . . Greenville, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

RONALD F. BECK Orlando, Fla. 

ARCHITECTURE 

WILLIAM P. BECKHAM III . . Camden, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

PAUL D. BEDARD .... Greenville, S. C. 
HISTORY 



WILLIAM A. BEHRENS . . . Piedmont, S. C. 

HISTORY 

EARL L. BELCHER, JR Aiken, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

RICHARD J. BELKEN .... Sumter, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

GREGG A. BELKNAP . . . Charleston, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

DAVID J. BELL Lodge, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

DAVID M. BELL Hartsville, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

RANDY L. BELL .... Greenwood, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

RICHARD H. BELLFLOWER . Asheville, N. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 



GREGORY P. BENZ . . Jackson Heights, N. Y. 
ARCHITECTURE 

CHARLES A. BERKOVICH . . Bethesda, Md. 
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 

CARL T. BESSENT . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 



LYNDA H. BETHEA 



Cartersville, Ga. 



• JOHN R. BETTIS, JR. . . . Charleston, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

GLENN A. BICKETT, JR. . . . Chester, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

FRED C. BICKSLER .... Clemson, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

WILLIAM C. BIEDIGER . . Greenville, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 




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• SARAH T. BIERLEY 



Lancaster, S. C. 



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SUSAN L. BISHOP .... Clemson, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

DENNY E. BLACK .... Charleston, S. C. 
CHEMISTRY 

JOHN A. BLACKBURN . . Klngsport, Tenn. 
ARCHITECTURE 



• JOHNNY H. BLACKMON . . Lancaster, S. C. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

JAMES M. BLACKWELL . . Gaffney, S. C. 
SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY 

EBER J. BLACKWOOD .... Inman, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

E. DEAN BLAIR .... Greenville, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 



• ROBERT C. BLAIR, JR Blair, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

LEWIS D. BLAKE III Belton, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

THOMAS L. BLAKE .... Burgaw, N.C. 
HORTICULTURE 

ALEC D. BLALOCK .... Camden, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 



• WILLIAM J. BLANKS, JR. . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

RONALD L. BLASER . . . Pendleton, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JAY C. BOBO Anderson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

ROBERT F. BOCK, JR. . . . Clemson, S. C. 

CHEMISTRY 



• JOHN K. BOLAND . . . N. Augusta, S. C. 
FORESTRY 

CHARLES E. BOLEN . . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

GEORGE F. BOLEN, JR. . . Greenville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



HORACE W. BONEKAT . . 
PRE-MEDICINE 



Broomall, Pa. 



• THOMAS E. BONNETTE . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 

NORBERT J. BORKE, JR. . . Charleston, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

JAMES E. BOSTIC, JR. . . Bennettsville, S. C. 

TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

HEYWARD H. BOUKNIGHT . Columbia, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



SENIORS 



• YOUSSEF F. BOUTROS . . Greenville, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

DEWEY K. BOWEN . . Westminster, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

GUERY A. BOWERS .... Union, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

STEPHEN A. BOWIE .... Liberty, S. C. 
ENGLISH 



•J. LANGSTON BOYLES . Winston-Salem, N. C. 
MATHEMATICAL SCIENCE TEACHING 

JOHN T. BOZARD .... Cameron, S. C. 
AGRONOMY 

DEWEY M. BRACKEN . . . Piedmont, S. C. 
HORTICULTURE 

JAMES W. BRACKEN . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



• JIMMY P. BRADLEY . . 
FORESTRY 



Albany, Ga. 



JAMES H. BRANDON .... Clover, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

WILLIAM F. BRANDT .... Easley, S. C. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

JOHN J. BRANTON . . Myrtle Beach, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 



JOHN J. BREWINGTON, JR. . Sumter, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

FRANK K. BRIDWELL . . . Greenville, S. C. 

DAIRY SCIENCE 

STEPHEN D. BRIGHT Greer, S. C. 

CHEMISTRY 

JAMES K. BRINKLEY . . . Columbia, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



• JAMES M. BRITTAIN . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

WALLACE C. BRITTAIN . Hendersonville, N. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

PASCAL S. BROCK . . . Honea Path, S. C. 
TEXTILES 

THOMAS O. BROCK . . Ware Shoals, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• GERALD E. BROCKENFELT . Charleston, S. C. 
FORESTRY 

LINDA F. BROOKS .... Pendleton, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

ROBERT A. BROOKS, JR. . . Landrum, S. C. 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 

GETTYS S. BROOME . . . Cowpens, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 




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EDDIE BROWN Elliott, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

ERNEST C. BROWN, JR. . . . Sumter, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 



FRANK T. BROWN . . . 
PRE-DENTAL 



HUGH C. BROWN . . . 
CHEMISTRY 



Laurens, S. C. 
McCormick, S. C. 



• LEWIS E. BROWN .... Ehrhardt, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

ROLAND L. BROWN . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

JAMES A. BRUCE, JR. . . Lake View, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WILLIAM H. BRUGGEMAN . . Savannah, Ga. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 




• MAX V. BRYANT Sumter, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 

NORMAN K. BRYANT . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JAMES A. BUCK Sumter, S. C. 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

ALMAN L. BUCKALEW . . Columbia, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 



• PHILIP G. BUCHIESTER . . Piedmont, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

JAMES L. BUCKNER .... Valdosta, Ga. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

DAVID B. BULLARD . . . N. Augusta, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

HELEN L. BUNCH Suffolk, Va. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 



NORMAN L. BURCH . . 

BOTANY 



GLENN G. BURDETTE . . . 
ECONOMICS 



Lake City, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 



JACK W. BURGESS . . . Cleveland, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 



RICHARD C. BURGESS . 
HISTORY 



• RICHARD H. BURGESS . 

ECONOMICS 



Clemson, S. C. 



Athens, Ga. 



GRADY S. BURGNER . . Chattanooga, Tenn. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

WILLIAM N. BURLEY, JR. . . Walhalla, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

GEORGE P. BURNETT . . . Chamblee, Ga. 
EDUCATION 



SENIORS 



WOODS W. BURNETT . . Columbia, S. C. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

JOHN M. BURNS Macon, Ga. 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

JAMES H. BURTON .... Leesvilb, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

CHARLES F. BUSCH . . . Walhalla, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



HARRY F. BYERS . . . Hendersonville, N. C. 
ECONOMICS 

ORREN E. BYRD, JR. . . . Hartsville, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

BARRY J. BYRON .... Concord, N. H. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

WILLIAM J. BYRUM . . . Anderson, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



• GEORGE J. CABRERA . Franklin Square, N. Y. 
SCIENCE TEACHING 

JAMES V. CAGGIANO . . Cowpens, S. C. 
HORTICULTURE 

JOHNNY LINK CAGLE . . . Cayce, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JAMES E. CALDWELL, JR. . . Belton, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



• ROBERT A. CALHOUN . . . Metter, Ga. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

WILLIAM L. CALKINS . . Winnsboro, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

SAMUEL L. CALLICOTT . . Ninety Six, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

TERRY L. CAMERON . . . Ninety Six, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



DAVID L. CAMPBELL . . Haddonfield, N. J. 
ECONOMICS 

GEORGE R. CAMPBELL . . Menlo Park, N. J. 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 

JAMES P. CAMPBELL .... Dillon, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

JERRY Z. CAMPBELL . . . Landrum, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 



•WILLIAM A. CAMPBELL III . St. Mary's, Ga. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

SHARON J. CANNINGTON Greenwood, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

J. GLENN CANTRELL . . . Greenville, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

JOHN E. CARDER .... Front Royal, Va. 
PRE-DENTISTRY 




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• HAROLD A. CAREY, JR. . . Seneca, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

ROBERT D. CAREY . . . Farmingdale, N. Y. 
FORESTRY 

GERALD I. CARLSON III . . . Chalkhill, Pa. 
FORESTRY 

BECKY S. CARLTON .... Mullins, S. C. 
SCIENCE TEACHING 



• JAMES M. CAROLL . . . Florence, S. C. 

PRE-DENTISTRY 

JOSEPH A. CARROLL . . . Chester, S. C. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

VIRGINIA E. CARROLL . . . Augusta, Ga. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

RAY O. CARTER .... Columbia, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 



• DENNIS H. CARTWRIGHT . . Bremen, Ga. 
ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT 

MICHAEL L. CASEY . . . Clemson, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

DONALD B. CASHIN . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JAMES R. CATHEY . . . Anderson, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 



• JAMES C. CATOE, JR. . . . Kershaw, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

RONNIE J. CATOE .... Kershaw, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

DAVID W. CECIL II . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

JOHN E. CELY Columbia, S. C. 

BIOLOGY 



• GEORGE L. CHANDLER . . . Belton, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

ROBERT P. CHAPLIN . . . Ravenel, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

SARA E. CHAPMAN .... Pelzer, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

TOBY G. CHAPMAN . . . Winnsboro, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• KENNETH L. CHAPPELL . . . Central, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

MUHAMMAD T. CHAUDHRI— 

Lahore, West Pakistan 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

JAMES P. CHICK, JR. . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

BRUCE C. CHILCOTE . . N. Charleston, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



SENIORS 



• JAMES G. CHILDRESS . . Greenville, S. C. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

WILLIAM E. CHILDRESS . . Liberty, S. C. 
SOCIOLOGY 

HARRY E. CHILDS .... Seneca, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

PHILIP A. CHOVAN . . . Greenwood, S. C. 
ENGLISH 



• TOLIVER D. CHRISTOPHER 
ENGLISH 



Barnwell, S. C. 



STEPHEN L. CHRYST . . . Conway, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

BEN T. CLARK III . . . Claremont, N. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

MICHAEL V. CLARK . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
PRE-DENTISTRY 



• ALFRED R. CLARKE .... McColl, S. C. 
AGRICULTURE EDUCATION 

DAVID R. CLARKE . . . Greenville, S. C. 
HISTORY 



ROBERT B. CLARKSON . . 

ECONOMICS 



RICHARD F. CLASSEY . . 
DAIRY SCIENCE 



Sumter, S. C. 
Asheville, N. C. 



• DALE T. COBB, JR. . . San Juan, Puerto Rico 
SPANISH 

STYLES F. COBB Starr, S. C. 

HISTORY 

ROBERT M. COCHRAN . . . Union, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JOHNNIE E. COCKCROFT Moncks Cor., S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



• JOE B. COCKFIELD . . . Abbeville, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

TOM R. COKER .... Graniteville, S. C. 
HISTORY 

L. M. COLEMAN III . . . Lake City, S. C. 
FORESTRY 

MARSHALL J. COLEMAN . Darlington, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 



JAMES G. COLLIER III . . Greenville, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

DONALD F. COLLINS .... Toccoa, Ga. 
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 

JENNINGS B. COLLINS . . Greenville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



RICHARD L. COLTMAN . 
PHYSICS 



Knoxville, Tenn. 








SENIORS 



• LESLIE K. COMPTON . . Myrtle Beach, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

RICHARD A. COMPTON . Falls Church, Va. 
ARCHITECTURE 

MARSHALL W. CONDREY . . Inman, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

CLYDE R. COVE .... Ridge Spring, S. C. 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 



• GERALD W. CONE . . . Summerville, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

ROLAND L. CONNELY . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
TEXTILES 



MARION R. COOK, JR. . . 
ECONOMICS 



Laurens, S. C. 



THOMAS F. COOK . . . Fort Worth, Texas 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• JOHNS. COONS Glenview, III. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

CHARLES D. COOPER . . Winter Park, Fla. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

SAMUEL F. COPELAND . . Bamberg, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

HERBERT T. CORBETT, JR. . Springfield, S. C. 
DAIRY SCIENCE 



• CHARLES M. CORNISH . . Greenville, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

GEORGE R. CORNWELL . . Lattimore, N. C. 
DAIRY SCIENCE 

BENJAMIN A. COTHRAN . . Columbia, S. C. 
ENGLISH 

JOHN W. COTTON . . . Columbia, S. C. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 



• SHIRLEY A. COUCH . . Williamston, S. C. 
SPANISH 

JONATHAN J. COUCHELL . . Sptbg., S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

CHARLES H. COURTNEY . Albemarle, N. C. 
ZOOLOGY 

GEORGE M. COVINGTON . . Norway, S. C. 
ENGLISH 



JAMES FRANKLIN COX III . Charleston, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JERRY L. COX Taylors, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

JOHN T. COXEY . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

THOMAS J. COYLE .... Easley, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



SENIORS 



• EVERETT G. CRAIG . . 
ENGLISH 



Lancaster, S. C. 



ROBERT M. CRAIG, JR. . . Port St. Joe, Fla. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

ROBERT M. CRAIN . . . Greenville, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 



WILLIAM T. CRAIN . . 
FORESTRY 



Greer, S. C. 



• JOHN R. CRAMMER . . . Anderson, S. C. 

APPLIED MATHEMATICS 

CHARLES M. CRAVEN . . Greenville, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

JOHN R. CRAWFORD . . . Saluda, S. C. 
AGRICULTURE EDUCATION 

GEORGE R. CREECH . . . Charleston, S. C. 
ZOOLOGY 



• DAN C. CRENSHAW . . . Kershaw, S. C. 
PSYCHOLOGY 

DAVID L. CRENSHAW . . . Kershaw, S. C. 
SOCIOLOGY 

ROBERT M. CRISP .... Asheville, N. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

CLARENCE W. CROCKER . . Clemson, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 



• JAMES P. CROMER, JR. . . . Sumter, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

WALTON A. CROSBY . . . Yemassee, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

WILLIAM L. CROSBY . . Cedar Grove, N. J. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JOSEPH E. CROSLAND, JR. . Greenville, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• RICHARD H. CROUCH . . . Saluda, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

WADE C. CROW . . . Spartanburg, S.C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

GEORGE R. CROWE . . . Clemson, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WILLIAM A. CRUMPLER . Myrtle Beach, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



•JOSEPH W. CULLOM . . . Allendale, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 

GERALD L. CULLER . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

JOHN S. CULP Fort Mill, S.C. 

BIOLOGY 

FRED E. CULVERN III . . . Columbia, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 




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SENIORS 

•WILLIAM V. CUMMINGS . Spartanburg, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

RICHARD L. DALES . . . Columbia, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

DENNIS G. DANKO .... Pittsburgh, Pa. 
ECONOMICS 

BRIAN S. DANTZLER . . . Cameron, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

• JAMES A. DARBY . . . Ware Shoals, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

DONALD E. DARDEN . . Balboa, Canal Zone 
ARCHITECTURE 

LEWIS C. DASE Gaffney, S. C. 

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

GLEN G. DAVES . . . Summerville, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

• JOHN R. DAVEY . . North Arlington, N. J. 

ENGLISH 

DANNY R. DAVIS Pelzer, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

HAROLD E. DAVIS, JR. . . Memphis, Tenn. 

ARCHITECTURE 

JAMES M. DAVIS Greer, S. C. 

CHEMISTRY 



• JULIAN W. DAVIS .... Oakway, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

WILLIAM D. DAVIS .... Gaffney, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

TRAVIS S. DAWKINS . . Greenwood, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

JOSEPH C. DAWSEY .... Aynor, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 



DAVID L. DEAN Langley, S. C. 

CHEMISTRY 

WILLIAM E. DEAN, JR. . . Greenville, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

HARRY J. DEGEAR . . . Greenville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JEROME B. DEGEN .... Sumter, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 



• LAWRENCE J. DELANEY, JR. . Salem, Conn. 

MATH SCIENCE TEACHING 

ARTHUR B. deLASKI . . Bay Village, Ohio 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

WAYNE J. DEMCSAK . . Metuchen, N. J. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

ROBERT T. DENNIS .... Rembert, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 



SENIORS 

• HENRY G. DENTON . . . Lancaster, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 

WILLIAM B. DePASS, JR. . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
HISTORY 

DANNY O. DERRICK .... Irmo, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

TILLMAN W. DERRICK, JR. . Fort Mill, S. C. 

APPLIED MATHEMATICS 

• MARION R. DeWITT, JR. . Darlington, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

EDWARD W. DICKERSON . Spartanburg, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

KITTY S. DILL Greenville, S. C. 

EDUCATION 

WILLIAM R. DILL, JR. . . Greenville, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

• JESSE F. DILLARD Taylors, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

LANGDON H. DINKINS . . . Sumter, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

MARTHA R. DINWIDDIE . . Augusta, Ga. 
FRENCH 

BRUCE M. DIXON Clinton, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



• RICHARD L. DOANE . . . Kingsport, Tenn. 
ARCHITECTURE 

MARTHA A. DOBBINS . . Fountain Inn, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

RICHARD G. DOBBINS . . Townville, S. C. 
AGRONOMY 

WILLIAM L. DOBBINS, JR. . Anderson, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 



HEYWARD B. DOUGLASS . Columbia, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

PAUL W. DOWDY .... Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

THOMAS P. DOWLING . . Greenville, S. C. 
FORESTRY 

CECIL M. DRAKEFORD, JR. . . Sumter, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 



JUDSON H. DRENNAN III . Rock Hill, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 



STEPHEN N. DuBAY . . 
ENGLISH 



EDWARD M. DuBOSE, JR. . 
PRE-MEDICINE 



Lancaster, S. C. 
Oswego, S. C. 



HARRY M. DuBOSE . . Myrtle Beach, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 




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• REMBERT C. DuBOSE . . Ridge Spring, S. C. 
HORTICULTURE 

TRISTAN DuBOSE Monetta, S. C. 

HORTICULTURE 

DONNIE E. DUCWORTH . . Anderson, S. C. 
DAIRY SCIENCE 

ROBERT M. DULIN, JR. Bowling Green, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



•ALBERT D. DUNAWAY, JR. . . Atlanta, Ga. 
ECONOMICS 

DANIEL E. DUNCAN . . . Pageland, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

DAVID K. DUNCAN .... Sharon, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

ROY C. DUNHAM . . Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 



• ROBERT R. DuRANT . . . Manning, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

DANIEL A. DURFOS . . . Fair Lawn, N. J. 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 

DONALD D. DURHAM . . Piedmont, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

DAVID G. DUTT York, Pa. 

ENGLISH 



• JAMES A. DYE Anderson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

SAMUEL P. DYER .... Baltimore, Md. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JAMES S. EAKES .... Pendleton, S. C. 
HISTORY 

CONLEY L. EASLER . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



• TERRY M. EASLER . . . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

PAUL C. ECKARD .... Hildebran, N. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

LOUIS D. ECKLEY . . . Bishopville, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

STANLEY R. EDENS . . Moncks Corner, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 



• GORDON R. EDGIN . . . 

ECONOMICS 



Acton, Mass. 



ROBERT M. EDNEY . . Hendersonville, N. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 

EVA S. EDWARDS Saluda, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

LARRY B. ELLEFSON . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



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SENIORS 



• JOHN F. ELLENBERG, JR. . Greenwood, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 

HEYWARD D. ELLIOTT . . Camden, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

ROBERT E. ELLIS, JR. . . . Greenville, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 

RONALD L. ELLIS .... Essex Falls, N. J. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 



• JOHNNY M. EMBLER . . . Townville, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

GARY W. ENGSTROM . Cedar Grove, N. J. 
ECONOMICS 

JOHN E. ENSLEN .... Wetumpka, Ala. 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 

LAMAR H. ENTREKIN . . . Liberty, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 



• WILLIAM M. ETHEREDGE . . Columbia, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

CHARLES D. ETHEREDGE . . Charleston, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

JOSEPH E. EVANS . . . Murfreesboro, N. C. 

BOTANY 

GEORGE T. FABIAN . . . Charleston, S. C. 

PHYSICS 



• LYLE W. FAIREY .... Orangeburg, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

DUANE L. FALLS Clover, S. C. 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

JOSEPH T. FAMBROUGH . . Atlanta, Ga. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

CALVIN LYNN FARMER . Greenville, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• RAYMOND S. FEDELE . . . Somerville, N. J. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

HANS C. FEIGE .... Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
ECONOMICS 

HERBERT P. FENNELL . . . Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

RALPH C. FENNELL, JR. . . Kingstree, S. C. 

PRE-DENTISTRY 



CHRISTINE J. FERGUSON . Greenville, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

JAMES A. FERGUSON . . Anderson, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

THOMAS W. FERGUSON . Graniteville, S. C. 

BIOLOGY 

RICHARD G. FESSLER . . Charleston, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 




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• JOSEPH D. FICKLING . . Lancaster, S. C. 
METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

EBB H. FIELD Seneca, S. C. 

SOCIOLOGY 

RONALD E. FIGUEROA . Spartanburg, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

GEORGE G. FINKELSTEIN . Orangeburg, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 



• VIKARY E. FINS Columbia, S. C. 

SECONDARY EDUCATION 

DAVID C. FISCHETTE . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

THOMAS M. FITTS .... Gaston, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 



CARLTON G. FLEETWOOD . 
ARCHITECTURE 



Aiken, S. C. 



• NICHOLAS FLETCHER . . Charlotte, N. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

JAMES E. FLOYD Conway, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JONATHAN B. FLOYD . . . Silverstreet, S. C. 
HISTORY 

JOSEPH J. FORBES . . . Birmingham, Ala. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 




• DENNIS L. FORD .... Pinopolis, S.C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

ROBERT H. FORD .... Great Falls, S. C. 
FORESTRY 

WILLIAM J. FORD, JR. . . Charleston, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

MICHAEL W. FOSTER .... Union, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



• LINDA S. FOWLER Ft. Lee, Va. 

PSYCHOLOGY 

MICHAEL H. FOWLER . . Charleston, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

MICHAEL W. FOWLER . . Charleston, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

ARTHUR K. FOX .... Pendleton, S. C. 

METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 



• CHERYL A. FOX . . . Yonges Island, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

THEODORE C. FOX .... Batesburg, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

JAMES R. FOY Newberry, S. C. 

POULTRY SCIENCE 

DELANO V. FRALEY .... Florence, S. C. 
AGRONOMY 






SENIORS 



• JOHN D. FRALICK . . . Walterboro, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

JAMILE J. FRANCIS, JR. . . Greenville, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

RICHARD E. FRANK .... Panama, P. R. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

ALAN R. FRANKLIN . . . Anderson, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



• DANIEL S. FREEMAN . . . Duncan, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

EDWARD E. FREIT, JR. . . Lakewood, N. J. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

ROBERT D. FREY Lancaster, Pa. 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 



DONALD C. FROST, JR. . 
ECONOMICS 



Macon, Ga. 



DANIEL L. FRY Kmgstree, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

DONALD C. FULMER . . . Wagener, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

ELTON T. FULMER .... Williston, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

JOHN B. FULMER .... Lancaster, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 



JOHNNY H. FULMER III . Orangeburg, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

GEORGE W. GAILLARD . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

THOMAS K. GAITHER, JR. . Fort Mill, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

JOHN W. GAMBRELL . . Great Falls, S. C. 
TEXTILES 



• PHILLIP H. GANDY . . . Hartsville, S. C. 
ZOOLOGY 

DAVID J. GANGEMI Arden, Del. 

BACTERIOLOGY 

HENRY A. GARBELMAN . . Oxon Hill, Md. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

RICHARD L. GARICK . . Orangeburg, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• WAYNE R. GARLAND . 
HISTORY 



Upton, Mass. 



RONALD W. GARNER . . . Gaffney, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

KIRSTEN M. GARRETT . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
ENGLISH EDUCATION 

THOMAS R. GARRETT . . . Six Mile, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 




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• RICHARD M. GARRIS . . . Marion, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

JANET K. GARRISON . . . Johnston, S. C. 
PSYCHOLOGY 

KEVIN H. GARTLAND . . . Arlington, Va. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

MILTON A. GATLIN . . . Newberry, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



• HUGH L. GAULT . . . Fountain Inn, S. C. 
POULTRY SCIENCE 

JOHN M. GAULT III . . . Jonesville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

DAVID N. GAY . . . North Augusta, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



PEGGY J. GENTLE 



irmingham, Ala 



• JOHNNY S. GENTRY . . Spartanburg, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

RICHARD H. GENTRY . . Bishopville, S. C. 
CHEMISTRY 

BECKY E. GEORGEO . . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

GARY E. GERHOLD .... Pittsburgh, Pa. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 



• NICHOLAS P. GETTYS . . . Lugoff, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 



CHARLES W. GIBSON . 
HISTORY 



Newton, Mas 



WILLIAM H. GILBERT .... Atlanta, Ga. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JoELLEN GILL Walhalla, S. C. 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



RICHARD B. GILPIN, JR. . . Savannah, Ga. 
ARCHITECTURE 

JAMES E. GILREATH, JR. Travelers Rest, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

CONSTANCE L. GILSTRAP . Brevard, N. C. 
EDUCATION-ENGLISH 

OSCAR J. GILSTRAP .... Seneca, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 




• WILBUR H. GINN 



Bethesda, Md. 



ENGLISH 



WILLIAM E. GLAZENER . . Greenville, S. C. 

CHEMISTRY 

JOHN W. GLENN .... Anderson, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



WILLIAM K. GLENN, JR. 

BOTANY 



Starr, S. C. 






SENIORS 



CHARLES D. GODSEY . . Greenwood, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

PHILLIP C. GOFF . . . Blythewood, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 

ALAN GOLDFARB . . . Miami Beach, Fla. 
ECONOMICS 

LAWRENCE O. GOLDSTEIN Spartanburg, S. C. 
TEXTILE SCIENCE 



• LEWIS W. GOLDSTEIN . Spartanburg, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

IRWIN GOODMAN . . . Charleston, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

MERRITT R. GOODMAN, JR. Burlington, N. C. 
ECONOMICS 

ROBERT H. GOODSON . . Hartsville, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 



• AUBREY J. GORE, JR. . . 
ZOOLOGY 

GEORGE A. GORE . . 



Conway, S. C. 
Columbia, S. C. 



ROBERT D. GOSHORN . . Summerville, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

BEN H. GREEN Erie, Pa. 

FORESTRY 



• EDWARD J. GREENE . . Spruce Pine, N. C. 
GEOLOGY 

PATRICIA E. GREENFIELD . . Clemson, S. C. 
SCIENCE TEACHING 

LARRY E. GREER .... Anderson, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

CHARLES R. GREGORY . . Clemson, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



• WILLIAM W. GREGORY . . . Inman, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

WARREN W. GRESHAM . Spartanburg, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

HERMAN GRIFFIN .... Fort Mill, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

THOMAS E. GRIMES III . . Columbia, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 



• JAMES A. GULLEDGE III . . Sumter, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

IRA V. HAGER Laurel, Del. 

ARCHITECTURE 

HENRY T. HAHN . . . Greenwood, S. C. 
POULTRY SCIENCE 



TOMMY M. HALL 



Vaucluse, S. C. 




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• BEAUFORT C. HALLMAN, JR. Denmark, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

DENNIS N. HALTIWANGER Little Mtn., S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

ROBERT B. HAMBRIGHT . . . Grover, N. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

GEORGE E. HAND .... Miles City, Mt. 
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

• CLYDE W. HANES, JR. . . Holly Hill, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

SIDNEY I. HANKINS III . . Knoxville, Tenn. 
ARCHITECTURE 

JAMES W. HANNAH .... Greer, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

DAVID M. HANSEN .... Clemson, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

• CHARLES M. HARBIN . . Greenville, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

HUGH V. HARBORT, JR. . . Columbia, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

WADE HARDIE .... Spruce Pine, N. C. 
MATHEMATICS 

REGINALD G. HARGROVE . Greenville, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

• FRANCES N. HARMON . . . Clemson, S. C. 

SOCIOLOGY 

STILES M. HARPER, JR Estill, S. C. 

ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE 

RUDOLPH C. HARRINGTON Winnsboro, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 

DAVID C. HARRIS . North Charleston, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

• HARRY C. HARRITOS . . . Savannah, Ga. 

ARCHITECTURE 

MARTHA E. HART Easley, S. C. 

SECONDARY EDUCATION-FRENCH 

SANDRA L. HART .... Walhalla, S. C. 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 

THOMAS F. HASH Eastern, Md. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

• MARK E. HASSLINGER . . College Park, Md. 

ARCHITECTURE 

DAVID N. HAUSEMAN . . . Akron, Ohio 
ARCHITECTURE 

HELEN F. HAWKINS .... Central, S. C. 
SCIENCE TEACHING 

PATRICK R. HAWKINS . . . Greer, S. C. 
MATHEMATICS 



SENIORS 



• JEFFREY L. HAWTHORNE . Mount Joy, Pa. 
ECONOMICS 

BARBARA J. HAYES ... St. Paul, Minn. 
APPLIED MATHEMATICS 

LAURA A. HAYES .... Anderson, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

ROGER D. HAYES . . Travelers Rest, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 



• STEPHEN J. HAYES . . Moncks Corner, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



JAMES D. HEAD III . . 

HISTORY 



Greenville, S. C. 



KEITH F. HEINTZ . . New Providence, N. J. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

ERIKA A. HELFER .... Columbia, S. C. 
EDUCATION 



PATRICIA A. HELLER . . Sandy Springs, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

HOWARD M. HERRON . . . Hampton, Va. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

GORDON L. HESSE . . . Lavallette, N. J. 
ENGLISH 

GARY M. HILL Flat Rock, N. C. 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 



• THOMAS M. HILL Union, S. C. 

BIOLOGY 

MICHAEL J. HILLYER . . Asheville, N. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



DAVID L. HILSMAN 



Atlanta, Ga. 



KENNETH F. HINES . . . Greenville, S. C. 
AGRONOMY 



• ALBERT A. HINSON . . . Thomaston, Ga. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

C. ROGER HINSON . . . Columbia, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 



STEPHEN L. HINSON . . 

TEXTILES 



Macon, Ga. 



CHARLES R. HIPP, JR. . . Charleston, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 



• GEORGE C. HIXON, JR. . . . Easton, Pa. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

STEPHEN L. HIXSON . . . Hartsville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

GEORGE HOFFMEYER . . . Florence, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 



RONALD J. HOGG . . 
TEXTILES 



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• JAMES O. HOLCOMBE . . . Easley, S. C 
FORESTRY 


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PSYCHOLOGY 


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CHARLES R. HOLLAND . . . Clinton, S. C 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 


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WILLIAM R. HOLLAND . . Greenville, S. C 
PRE-MEDICINE 



• EDWARD P. HOLLIDAY . . . Central, S. C. 
HISTORY-EDUCATION 

DAVID O. HOLMAN . . Timmonsville, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

FRANK K. HOLMAN .... Sumter, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 



MARY S. HOLTON 



Columbia, S. C. 






• JAMES D. HOOD .... Greenville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

CHARLES R. HOOK . . . Manning, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

JOHN C. HORTON .... Kershaw, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

PAUL M. HORTON . . . Charleston, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 



• CHARLES H. HOUCK . . . Allendale, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

SANFORD HOUCK, JR. . . Cameron, S. C. 
AGRONOMY 

CHARLES I. HOUSTON, JR. . Charleston, S. C. 
MATHEMATICS 

ANGELINA S. HOWARD . . Clemson, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 



• NORMAN A. HOWARD . . . Taylors, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

G. DAVID HOWELL . . . Asheville, N. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WILLIAM H. HOWELL . . . Hapeville, Ga. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

HOWARD R. HOWES . . . Stratford, Conn. 

ARCHITECTURE 



• JULIUS C. HUBBARD III . . Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

CHARLES B. HUCKABY . . . Toccoa, Ga. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

JAMES W. HUCKABY . . . Roebuck, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

BARBARA A. HUDGENS . Greenwood, S. C. 

SECONDARY EDUCATION 



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• JAMES M. HUDGENS, JR. . . Union, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

CALVIN L. HUDSON . . . Asheville, N. C. 
ECONOMICS 

CLEVELAND A. HUEY . . . Anderson, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JAMES D. HUFF Anderson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

• JAMES R. HUFFMAN . . . Greenville, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 

LARRY R. HUFFMAN . . . Greenville, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

J.CHARLES HUGHES . . . Hartsville, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

WILLIAM M. HUGHES . . . Marion, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

• DAVID S. HUMBERD . . . Cleveland, Tenn. 

ECONOMICS 

KENNETH A. HUMPHREY— 

Croton-on-Hudson, N. Y. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

CARRELL A. HUNTER . . . Charlotte, N. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

CHARLES W. HUNTER . Hendersonville, N. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

• JOSEPH J. HUNTER III . . . Greenville, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 

PATRICK W. HUNTLEY . . . Asheville, N. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

JOHN E. HURSEY . . North Charleston, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

GREGORY S. HYATT .... Wayne, Pa. 
ARCHITECTURE 

• TOY W. HYDER Inman, S. C. 

HORTICULTURE 

ANDREW P. INABINET . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
MATH EDUCATION 

GARY S. INDYK . . . West Paterson, N. J. 
ARCHITECTURE 

DANA L. JACKEL Atlanta, Ga. 

HISTORY 

• DAVID G. JACKEL . . . West Mifflin, Pa. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

DANIEL R. JACKSON Iva, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

JACKIE L. JACKSON . . . Marion, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

RYAN T. JACKSON III . . Clemson, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 




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• SALLIE M. JACKSON . . Myrtle Beach, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

SAMMY S. JACKSON .... Pelion, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

TERRY L. JACKSON . . . Greenville, S. C. 
GEOLOGY 



WILLIAM T. JACKSON . 
TEXTILES 



York, S. C. 



• JOSEPH S. JACOBS . . . Gastonia, N. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

JOHN D. JACQUES . . . Ridgewood, N. J. 
ARCHITECTURE 

GERALD C. JEBAILY .... Florence, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

JOHN T. JEFFERS .... Florence, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 



• ALBERT E. JEFFORDS . . . Lake City, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



ALTON B. JEFFORDS . . 
AGRONOMY 



Lamar, S. C. 



BEN C. JEFFORDS . . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

FRANCIS A. JEFFRIES . . Columbia, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 



• ARTHUR C. JENKINS III . Fayetteville, N. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

ARTHUR W. JENKINS . . . Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

GERALD M. JENNINGS . Ware Shoals, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

CHERYL D. JENSEN . . Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

HISTORY 



• DOUGLAS C. JOHNS .... Taylors, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

DANIE A. JOHNSON . . . Asheville.N. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

DON K.JOHNSON . . . Simpsonville, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

GARY M. JOHNSON . . . Greenville, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



• HAROLD W. JOHNSON, JR. Sullivans Is., S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

LAVAL H. JOHNSON . . . Newberry, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

LAURA R. JOHNSON .... Clio, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION-ENGLISH 

PETER H. JOHNSON . . . Glen Head, N. Y. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



SENIORS 



WILEY H. JOHNSON, JR. . Spartanburg, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

ALBERT E. JOHNSTON . . Greenville, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

ALAN JOHNSTONE . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

ROGER D. JOLLEY . . . Columbus, N. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 



• ALBERT B. JOLLY .... Greenville, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

CARL H. JONES III . . . Great Falls, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 

DOUGLAS W. JONES . . . Columbia, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 



ELIZABETH H. JONES . . 
PSYCHOLOGY 



Seneca, S. C. 



• EVANDER S. JONES .... Nichols, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 



HOWARD M. JONES . . . Greenv 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



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JAMES W. JONES, JR. . Travelers Rest, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

KENNETH H. JONES .... Pickens, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



MARILYN J. JONES . . Rocky Mount, N. C. 
MATHEMATICS 

RICHARD M. JONES, JR. . Greenville, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

RONALD W. JONES . . . Greenville, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

RUDOLPH M. JONES, JR. . . Sumter, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



• THEODORE E. JONES, JR. . Anderson, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

THOMAS L. JONES . . North Augusta, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

TONY A. JONES .... Charleston, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JOHN D.JORDAN .... Olanta, S. C. 
DAIRY SCIENCE 



• JOSEPH W. JORDAN . . . Mullins, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

ROBERT M. JORDAN . . . Hartsville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JAMES C. JOWERS, JR. . . Jefferson, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

DENNIS L. JOYE .... Charleston, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 




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• ROBERT C. JUSTIS, JR. . . Wilmington, Del. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

RICHARD A. KABA . . . Matthews, N. C. 
CHEMISTRY 



DONALD S. KAHLER, JR. 
ENGLISH 



Kershaw, S. C. 



KAWI X. KAMBHU .... Clemson, S. C. 
ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING 



• GEORGE F. KAMMOUN . . Tripoli, Lebanon 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

MICHAEL C. KASHA . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. 
SCIENCE TEACHING 

WILLIAM B. KAURIC . . . Columbia, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 

WASHINGTON R. KEELS . . Pmewood, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 



WILLIAM N. KELLAHAN, JR. Kingstree, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



ISAAC L. KELLER 



Clemson, S. C. 



IVAN F. KELLEY III . North Charleston, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

JOSEPH W. KELLY, JR. . . Greenville, S. C. 
SCIENCE TEACHING 



• LARRY R. KENDALL . . . Columbia, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

DONALD R. KENNEDY . . Woodruff, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

SAMUEL D. KENNETTE . . . Greer, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

KEITH J. KIESKEL .... Livingston, N. J. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



• KELORES A. KIMES . . . Columbia, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

HARVEY J. KINDER . . . Kingstree, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

PAMELA J. KING . . . Simpsonville, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

ANDERSON M. KINGHORN . Beaufort, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



• JAMES B. KINGHORN, JR. . Beaufort, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

JAMES R. KIRBY .... Greenville, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

WILLIAM H. KIRBY, JR. . . Greenville, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

WILLIAM O. KIRKPATRICK . . Florence, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



SENIORS 



WILLIAM T. KISSAM . . . Statesville, N. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

VIOLET SCOTT KLEIN . . . Clemson, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

JAMES M. KLOSKY . . . Anderson, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

GEORGE J. KNIGHT . . . Varnville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• MARGARET A. KNIGHT . Williamston, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

MARY E. KNIGHT . . . Greenville, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

MADELINE M. KNOWLES . Spartanburg, S. C. 
ENGLISH 

DONALD B. KNUDSON, JR. . Arlington, Va. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



• KENARD M. KNUST . . Sparrows Point, Md. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 



JOHN D. KOCH 



Jenkintown, Pa. 



BARRY R. KORETZ .... Brockton, Mass. 
ARCHITECTURE 

PAUL J. KOZMA . . . Staten Island, N.Y. 
TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 



• ALAN W. KUESTER . . . Charlotte, N. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

WILLIAM L. LACHER . . Greenville, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

JOHN B. LaFOY .... Greenville, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

ARTHUR W. LaGRONE . . Greenville, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 



• MICHAEL A. LAKE . . . Jamestown, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

ROBERT J. LAKE .... Hicksville, N. Y. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

GRAYSON P. LANE . . . Clemson, S. C. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

JANE C. LANE Clemson, S. C. 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



• LEON H. LANGLEY . . . Darlington, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

LINDA J. LANHAM .... Clemson, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

JEFFREY J. LAPIN .... Charleston, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

MICAH J. LaROCHE III . Wadmalaw Is., S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 




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• RICHARD L. LAVENDER . . Gaffney, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

PHILIP E. LAW Columbia, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

JOHN G. LAWTON York, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

CHARLES A. LAWYER . . Camden, N.J. 
SCIENCE TEACHING AND MATH 

• HAN C. LEE Beckley, W. Va. 

ARCHITECTURE 

THOMAS B. LEE . . . North Augusta, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

JACK A. LeGRAND . . . Winnsboro, S. C. 
SOCIOLOGY 

TERRY L. LEE Greensboro, N. C. 

ECONOMICS 

• ROBERT E. LEMACKS . . Charleston, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

MICHAEL W. LEONARD . Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
FORESTRY 

DONALD G. LESLEY .... Easley, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

ALLEN M. LEUINE Passaic, N.J. 

SCIENCE TEACHING 

•JOSEPH C. LEYN, JR. . . Charleston, S. C. 
FOOD SCIENCE AND BIOCHEMISTRY 

JOSEPH M. LHOTSKY . . . Baltimore, Md. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

DON J. LIBERTY Seagirt, N.J. 

ARCHITECTURE 

VIRGIL F. LINDER, JR. . . Bishopville, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

• RALPH F. LINDFORS . . . Charleston, S. C. 

ZOOLOGY 

THOMAS D. LINK, JR. . . Greenville, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

RAY E. LINKE .... West Orange, N. J. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

BRUCE T. LINTHICUM . . . Latonsville, Md. 
ECONOMICS 

• ROBERT E. LIPHARD . . . Baltimore, Md. 

MATHEMATICS 

ROBERT L. LITTLE Naples, Fla. 

FORESTRY 

JEANNE W. LITTLEJOHN . . Clemson, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

JOHN A. LIVINGSTON . . Cross Hill, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 



SENIORS 

• WHITNER K. LIVINGSTON . . Mauldin, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WILLIAM C. LOCKE, JR. . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

MICHAEL L. LOCKLAIR . . Great Falls, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

JAMES H. LOWE .... Edgefield, S. C. 
MATH EDUCATION 

• BRUCE W. LOWRY . . . Eatontown, N. J. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

ELDON D. LUFI Penrose, N. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

TALMADGE H. LUKER . . . Hodges, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

KAREN B. LUTZ Pittsburgh, Pa. 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

• BETTY C. LYNN Greenville, S. C. 

SCIENCE TEACHING 

JOHN C. LYNN Dillon, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

JOHN F. MABRY, JR. . . Fairforest, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

CLARENCE E. McALISTER . Anderson, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

•HENRY D. McALISTER, JR. . Barnwell, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

THOMAS E. McCLENDON . . Atlanta, Ga. 

MATHEMATICS 

SAMUEL L. McCLESKEY . . Greenville, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

DAVID G. McCLURE . . . Anderson, S. C. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

• DON R. McCOMBS . . . Greenville, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

ROBERT E. McCORMICK . Orangeburg, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

EARL O. McCOY, JR. . . . Oswego, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

RONALD A. McDANIEL . . Edgefield, S. C. 
ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE 

• RAYMOND D. McDONALD . Rock Hill, s. c. 

TEXTILES 

ROY P. McFADDEN .... Rock Hill, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

JOE F. McHUGH, JR. . . . Cliffside, N. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WILLIAM J. McKEE, JR. . . Charleston, S. C. 
GEOLOGY 




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• MICHAEL McKEOWN . . Great Falls, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JAMES R. McLANE . . . . Abbeville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 



JOHN H. McLAURIN . . 
BIOLOGY 



Dillon, S. C. 



MARION K. McMURTREY . . Pendleton, S. C. 
HISTORY 



• CARY D. McNAMARA . . . Alexandria, Va. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

JAMES D. MACKINTOSH III Burlington, N. C. 
PSYCHOLOGY 

KENNETH V. MADREN, JR. . Charleston, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

GARY V. MAGARIAN . . . Orlando, Fla. 

ARCHITECTURE 



• DAVID H. MAGATHAN, JR. . Potomac, Md. 

MATHEMATICS 

JOEL R. MAHAFFEY . . . LaGrange, Ga. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

J. ROGER MAHON . . Hickory Tavern, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

JOHN C. MALMGREN . . Greensboro, N. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 



• LEWIS D. MALPHRUS, JR. . . Clemson, S. C. 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 

PATRICIA A. MANGUM . . College Park, Ga. 
ECONOMICS 

JOHN E. MANN Rock Hill, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

MARION L. MANNING . Calhoun Falls, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 



• MARSHALL V. MARCHBANKS Clemson, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 

JOHN C. MAROUARDT . Riviera Beach, Fla. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

ROBERT M. MARSHALL . . . Sumter, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

DALE MARTIN Augusta, Ga. 

FORESTRY 



• JOHN A. MARTIN 



Anderson, S. C. 



ROBERT F. MARTIN . . . Greenville, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

WILLIAM E. MARTIN . . . Umatilla, Fla. 
ECONOMICS 

NANCY G. MASTERS . . . Liberty, S. C. 
MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 






SENIORS 



HARVEY R. MATHIAS . West Columbia, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

JACK E. MATSON . . . Kensington, Md. 
APPLIED MATHEMATICS 

ROBERT T. MATTHEW, JR. . Charleston, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

CHARLES L. MATTHEWS N. Charleston, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



• DAVID R, MATTHEWS . . . Westover, Md. 
ARCHITECTURE 

GEORGE G. MATTHEWS, JR. Columbia, S. C. 
HISTORY 

JOEL R. MATTHEWS .... Ft. Myers, Fla. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



CHARLES R. MAUNEY . . 
ECONOMICS 



Greer, S. C. 



• LAWRENCE L. MAXWELL . . Greenville, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

MICHAEL J. MAXWELL . . Greenville, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

ARTHUR H. MAYBIN III . . Kings Park, N. Y. 
GEOLOGY 

JAMES E. MAYER . . Little Mountain, S. C. 
ZOOLOGY-BIOLOGY 



DAVID W. MAYES Aiken, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

DAVID R. MAYFIELD . . . Anderson, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



WILLIAM E. MAYS . . . 
ECONOMICS 



Seneca, S. C. 



JOHN T. MEEHAN . . . Pendleton, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 



WILLIAM A. MEISTER . . Union City, N. J. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

PEGGY H. MELLICHAMP . . Toccoa, Ga. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

BONNIE MERCIER . . . Summerville, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

LARRY S. MERCK .... LaFrance, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 



• RICHARD LESLIE MERRICK . Northfield, N. J. 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 



WALTER D. MERRY . . 
ENGLISH 

DANIEL E. MEYER . . . 



BENJAMIN T. MICHAEL . 
HISTORY 



Columbia, S. C. 
Ramsey, N. J. 
Beaufort, S. C. 




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SENIORS 

• CHARLES H. MIKELL .... Estill, S. C. 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

ROBERT W. MILLAR Pickens, S. C. 

TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

BERNARD H. MILLER . . . Chester, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

BETTY S. MILLER Clemson, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

• CHARLES A. MILLER . . Bennettsville, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

CHERYL G. MILLER Niles, Ohio 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

EUYLESS E. MILLER, JR. . . Taylors, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

JAMES J. MILLER . . West Columbia, S. C. 
PRE-VETERINARY 

• LINDA C. MILLER .... Greenville, S. C. 

SECONDARY EDUCATION 

RONALD C. MILLER .... Niles, Ohio 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

WAENARD L. MILLER, JR. . Greenville, S. C. 
PHYSICS 

WILLIAM E. MILLER . . Neptune Beach, Fla. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

• JOHN M. MILLING . . . Darlington, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

CHARLES E. MILLS . . . Clarks Hill, S. C. 
AGRONOMY 

NANCY E. MILLS .... Greenville, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

OSCAR R. MILLS .... Statesville, S. C. 
HISTORY 

• RICHARD L. MINCHEW . . . Saluda, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

JOHN W. MISHUE Loris,S.C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

JACK H. MITCHELL III . . Clemson, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

STEVE MITCHEM Wellford, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

•JERRY A. MOBLEY . . North Charleston, S. C. 
PSYCHOLOGY 

ROBERT A. MOFFATT . . . Anderson, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

ALAN F. MOHRMANN . . Ridge Manor, Fla. 
ENGLISH 

JOHN R. MOLL Clemson, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



SENIORS 



CLYDE M. MOORE . . . Greenville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

DEXTER C. MOORE .... Chester, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

HENRY P. MOORE III . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
BIOLOGY (ZOOLOGY) 



HERBERT B. MOORE, JR. 
TEXTILES 



Rock Hill, S.C. 



JOHN L. MOORE Nichols, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 

ROBERT F. MOORE . . . Greenville, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

ROBERT N. MOORE . . . Lexington, S. C. 
BIOLOGY (ZOOLOGY OPTION) 

SUZANNE M. MOORE . . Westminster, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



• HARRY E. MOOSE, JR. . . Newberry, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

PAUL A. MORRIS .... Oneida, N. Y. 

ARCHITECTURE 

STEPHEN J. MORRISON . . Clemson, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

RUSSELL J. MORSE . . . Turtle Creek, Pa. 
ARCHITECTURE 



• PETER W. MOXON . . . Columbia, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

THOMAS C. MOZEN .... Decatur, Ga. 
ARCHITECTURE 

ROGER W. MUDD . . . Bennettsville, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

M. JANICE MULL .... Marietta, S. C. 

APPLIED MATHEMATICS 



MILLEDGE G. MURRAY . N. Augusta, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

TOM L. MURRELL .... Kingsport, Tenn. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

GROVER E. MYERS . . . Portsmouth, Va. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

DAVID L. NARRAMORE . . Greenville, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 



• LARRY L. NAZRY .... Columbia, S. C. 
NATURAL SCIENCES 

RODNEY L. NELSON . . . Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

FELIX J. NEPVEUX IV . . Charleston, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

JOSEPH E. NETZEL . . . Concord, N. H. 
ECONOMICS 




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SENIORS 



• JOHN A. NEWFFER . . . Clayton, N. Y. 

MATHEMATICS 

THOMAS C. NEWMAN . . . Sumter, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



CHARLES A. NEWTON . 
HISTORY 



Deltona, Fla. 



EDWARD D. NICASTRI . Franklin Square, N. Y. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



• VIVIAN L. NICHOLS . . . Tamassee, S. C. 
EDUCATION-ENGLISH 

JOE W. NICKLES .... Due West, S. C. 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 

JIMMY E. NOLAN Easley, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WALTER L. NORTHUP . . Wilmington, Del. 

MATHEMATICS 



• H. CHRISTIAN NUCKOLS, JR. . Cola., S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

DAVID C. NUSBICKEL JR. . Winter Park, Fla. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

LARRY W. OATES York, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JEFFREY A. O'CAIN . . . Columbia, S. C. 
APPLIED MATHEMATICS 



• WILLIAM H. O'CAIN . Hendersonville, N. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 



JAMES E. O'CONNOR . 

TEXTILES 



Anderson, S. C. 



MALCOLM J. O'NEAL . . . Fairfax, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 



SUZANNE C. O'NEAL . . 

ENGLISH 



Johnston, S. C. 



• DONALD W. ODOM . . . Columbia, S. C. 

PHYSICAL SCIENCE 

DARYLE D. OGBURN . . Charlotte, N. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

PHILIP C. OKEY Rock Hill, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

OBERT E. OLSON .... Sumburg, Minn. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

• JAMES T. O'RILEY North, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 

WILLIAM K. ORR Clinton, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

WILLIAM M. ORR .... Greenville, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

MICHAEL W. OSBORNE . . Camden, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



SENIORS 



• DAVID M. O'SHIELDS . . . Pauline, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 

MARILYN A. OTT .... Greenville, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

LAWRENCE T. OWEN . . . Brevard, N. C. 
ECONOMICS 



MAIDA A. OWEN 



Berkeley, Cal. 



JOHN H. OWINGS . . . Greenville, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

MARGARET A. OWINGS . . . Miami, Fla. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

STEVEN J. OXLER .... Charleston, S. C. 
ZOOLOGY 

GARY L. PACE Easley, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 



• RICHARD M. PACE . . . Greenville, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

ROBERT A. PACE .... Asheville, N. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

BRYAN C. PAGE Dillon, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

JAMES W. PAINTER .... Chesnee, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 



• ELIZABETH M. PALMER . . Townville, S. C. 
ENGLISH 

JOHN D. PALMER .... Clemson, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

JOHN C. PARDUE, JR. . . Johnston, S. C. 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 

HERBERT L. PARHAM, JR. . Greenville, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 



• CHARLES H. PARKER . North Augusta, S. C. 
HISTORY 

DAVID J. PARKER .... Camden, S. C. 
CHEMISTRY 

LARRY V. PARKER .... Pendleton, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

KEITH R. PARRIS . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
FOOD SCIENCE 



RANDY G. PARRIS .... Gaffney, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

CAROL S. PATEY .... Charleston, S. C. 
ENGLISH 

WILLIAM D. PATRICK . . Winnsboro, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 



MICHAEL Y. PATTERSON . 
PSYCHOLOGY 



Easley, S. C. 




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SENIORS 



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• HOUSTON A. PEDEN, JR. . Greenville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

LUCAS R. PEELE, JR. . . Bishopville, S. C. 
BIOLOGY-BOTANY 

RENAUD E. PELLETIER . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

TOMMY G. PERKINS . . Greenwood, S. C. 
CHEMISTRY 



• WILLIAM C. PETERS . . . Charleston, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



BURNETT A. PETTIT, JR. . 
PHYSICS 



Baltimore, Md. 



ALVIN B. PHILLIPS . . . Graniteville, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

GARY C. PHILLIPS Hartwell, Ga. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



JAMES D. PHILLIPS . . 
PHYSICS 

ROBERT J. PHILLIPS . . 
FORESTRY 



Greenville, S. C. 
Hampton, S. C. 



STEVEN M. PHILLIPS . North Augusta, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WILLIAM R. PHILLIPS, JR. . . Taylors, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



PILCHER, LESTER Y. . . . Columbia, S. C. 
CHEMISTRY 

S. LYNNE PLANCK .... Eau Gallie, Fla. 
PSYCHOLOGY 

ORVILLE V. PLAYER III . . Clemson, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

VINROE S. PLAYER . . . Johnsonville, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 



• WARREN T. PLAYER .... Sumter, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

JIM F. POLING Winter Park, Fla. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WALTER K. POOSER . . . Cameron, S. C. 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 

THOMAS E. POPE .... Pittsburgh, Pa. 
ARCHITECTURE 



J. EDWIN PORTER III . . . Lexington, S. C. 
ENGLISH 

PAUL J. POSCH Riverside, N.J. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

THOMAS E. POSPISIL . Bloomfield, N. J. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

CHARLIE K. POTTS, JR. . . Columbia, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 



SENIORS 

• DONALD B. POUNDER . N. Charleston, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

TIMOTHY H. POWELL . Garrett Park, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 

EDWARD L. PRATER . . Westminster, S. C. 
PHYSICS 

JAMES L. PRATHER .... Florence, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

• LAURA E. PRATT .... Hampton, S. C. 

PHYSICS 

HINTON A. PRICE, JR. . . Greenville, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

LINDA G. PRICHARD . . Westminster, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

CHARLES G. PRINGLE . . . Sumter, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

• JEFFREY C. PRINGLE . . . Edgewater, Md. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

JEFF O. PRITCHARD .... Sumter, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

RICHARD S. PROCTOR, JR. . Sumter, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

ROBERT E. PRUETT .... Clemson, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

• LINDA J. PRUITT Norfolk, Va. 

APPLIED MATHEMATICS 

GARY P. PULLIAM Easley, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

HUGH D. PUTNAM, JR. . Cherryville, N. C. 
HISTORY 

JERE L. RAGSDALE Easley, S. C. 

SOCIOLOGY 

• MIR Z. RAHIM LaHore, Pakistan 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 

KIRBY D. RAINES .... Charleston, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

WILLIAM L. RALSTON . . Batesburg, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JAMES T. RAMEY, JR. . . Honea Path, S. C. 
MATHEMATICS 

• JAMES F. RAMSAY . . . Simpsonville, S. C. 

CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

JAMES G. RAMSAY .... Chesnee, S. C. 

FORESTRY 

EMILE N. RASHEED . . Beltmery, Lebanon 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

ROLAND L. RAYBURN . . Gulf Breeze, Fla. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 




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• DUDLEY J. RAYNAL . . 
BIOLOGY 

JOHN A. REAGAN III . 
HISTORY 



Clemson, S. C. 
Hartsville, S. C. 



JAMES F. REAMES, JR. . . Bishopville, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

EDWARD C. REED . . . Charlotte, N. C. 
HISTORY 



• GEORGE M. REED, JR. . . Anderson, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

WAYNE M. REED .... Columbia, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

JOHN H. REEVES, JR. . . Greenville, S. C. 

APPLIED MATHEMATICS 

MICKEY E. REEVES .... Laurens, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



•FREDERICK G. REHM III . . Camden, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

ALBERT R. REID Greenville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

MARION R. REMBERT, JR. . . Sumter, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

NORMAN G. RENTZ, JR. . . Varnville, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 



• PERRY H. REYNOLDS . . . Anniston, Ala. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WILLIAM E. REYNOLDS, JR. . Sumter, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

DANIEL H. RHODES . . . Anderson, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

CRAIG G. RICE .... Catonsville, Md. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 



• KENNETH T. RICKET . . . Greenville, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 

ROBERT B. RICHARDS . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

MATHIAS B. RICHARDSON . Pendleton, S. C. 
ENGLISH 

RUTTLAND E. RIDDLE . . Greenville, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 



• LINDA E. RIDGEWAY . . Greenville, S. C. 
ZOOLOGY 

WALTER E. RIGGS .... Madison, Ohio 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

ALVIN V. RILEY Gastonia, N. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 



WILLIAM P. RILEY . . 

BOTANY 



II, SC. 



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SENIORS 



• R. BRIAN RITCHIE 



Clemson, S. C. 



JAMES M. ROACH . . Oklahoma City, Okla. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

WAYNE J. ROBERSON . . Asheville, N. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WALLACE E. ROBERTS . . Anderson, S. C. 
HISTORY 



• CALVIN T. ROBERTSON . . Laurens, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

EDWARD H. ROBERTSON . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

OWEN C. ROBERTSON, JR. . Anderson, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

VERNON A. ROBBINS, JR. . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
TEXTILES 




• HARRIET ROBINS .... Jacksonville, Fla. 

MATHEMATICS 

BARRY C. ROBINSON . . . Augusta, Ga. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

GEORGE S. ROBINSON . . Lancaster, S. C. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

JOHN H. ROBUCK . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• MICHAEL E. RODDEY . . . Chester, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

GEORGE C. RODRIOUES . Fayetteville, N. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

CHARLES L. ROEDIGER, JR.— 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

TIM F. ROGERS .... Walterboro, S. C. 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 



• TRUMAN D. ROPER . . . Columbia, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

THOMAS F. ROWAND . . . Oaklyn, N.J. 
ARCHITECTURAL CONSTRUCTION 

EARLE ROWLAND Sumter, S. C. 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 

EDW. M. RUBICH, JR. . McGuire AFB, N. J. 

HISTORY 



•DOUGLAS R. RUCKER . . St. Matthews, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

WILLIAM A. RUSH . . . Greenville, S. C. 
PSYCHOLOGY 

JAMES RUSSELL III . . Schenectady, N. Y. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

DONALD E. RUTLAND . . N. Augusta, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 




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SENIORS 



• JAMES E. SALAMONY . . Summerville, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

THOMAS W. SALMONS III . Harvertown, Pa. 
ARCHITECTURE 

JOHNNY B. SANDIFER . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
ZOOLOGY 

WILLIE D. SANSBURY . . . Conway, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 



• VIRGINIA D. SARRATT . 
BIOLOGY 



Gaffney, S. C. 



WILLIAM W. SATCHER . . N. Augusta, S. C. 
FORESTRY 



RALPH J. SAUNDERS . . 
ZOOLOGY 



Doxer, N.J. 



JAS. W. SCARBOROUGH, JR. . Sumter, S. C. 
ENGLISH 



WILLIAM B. SCHERLER . . Greenville, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

JAMES SCHETTINO . . . Stamford, Conn. 
ARCHITECTURE 

ERNEST A. SCHICHLER . . Columbia, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 

ELIZABETH H. SCHIRMER . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 

ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE 



• RICHARD A. SCHMALZ . . Sudbury, Mass. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

FRANK R. SCHMIDT . Ney Hyde Park, N. Y. 
ECONOMICS 

JULIAN S. SCHRAIBMAN . Charleston, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

RICHARD H. SCHROEDER . Heightstown, N.J. 

ARCHITECTURE 



WILLIAM H. SCOGGINS . Greenville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

FREDRICK R. SCOTT . . . N. Augusta, S. C. 
ZOOLOGY 

JOHN D. SCOTT .... Concord, N. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

PATRICIA D. SEAWRIGHT . . Anderson, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION-ENGLISH 



JOHN H. SEGARS . . . Darlington, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JOHN K. SEGARS . . . Bishopville, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION-NATURAL SCIENCE 

CHARLES W. SEIGLER . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WOODROW G. SENN, JR. . W. Cola., S. C. 

ENGLISH AND SPANISH 



SENIORS 

• GARLAND D. SENTELL . . . Norris, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 

DON C. SHARP Allendale, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

DENNIS G. SHEALY . . . Ninety Six, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JOSEPH S. SHEARER .... Belton, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

• JAMES T. SHELL . . . Fountain Inn, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

DORA E. SHELTON .... Central, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

JOHN D. SHERER Sharon, S. C. 

BIOLOGY-ZOOLOGY 

ROBERT R. SHERMAN, JR. . Signal Mtn., Tenn. 
HORTICULTURE 

• CURTIS A. SHIRER .... Clemson, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

CHARLES G. SHIRLEY, JR. . . Greer, S. C. 

PHYSICS 

JOHN S. SHIRLEY Seneca, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

SHARON F. SHIRLEY . . . Anderson, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

• JOHN F. SHOUSE .... Clemson, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

JON E. SHULER Clemson, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 

JOSEPH F. SHUMPERT .... Pelion, S. C. 
PSYCHOLOGY 

WILLIAM M. SIBLEY . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
TEXTILES 



• CHERYL SIMPSON .... Clemson, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

JAMES C. SIMPSON, JR. . . Varnville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JOE H. SIMPSON .... Whitmire, S.C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

FAYETTE L. SIMS .... Hartsville, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 



THOMAS L. SINCLAIR .... Union, S. C. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

WILLIAM J. SINGLETARY . . Lake Gty, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

WILLIAM N. SKARDON . Spartanburg, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 



RICHARD B. SKILTON . . 
ECONOMICS 



Maitland, Fla. 




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SENIORS 

• JOHN E. SKINNER, JR. . . . Liberty, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

PAUL B. SKINNER . . . Ware Shoals, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

GUY E. SLAGLE, JR. . . Garden City, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

DONALD A. SLATE .... Atlanta, Ga. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

• RONALD J. SMALL .... Bethune, S. C. 

TEXTILES 

ASHBY K. SMITH . . . Murrells Inlet, S. C. 
FORESTRY 

BELTON K. SMITH .... Hartsville, S. C. 
AGRICULTURE 

CLARK A. SMITH Madison, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

• DONNY L. SMITH .... Rock Hill, S. C. 

TEXTILES 

GARLAND L. SMITH, JR. . Ocean Drive, S. C. 
CHEMISTRY 

HARVEY T. SMITH Augusta, Ga. 

ECONOMICS 

HELEN G. SMITH .... Lancaster, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

• JAMES H. SMITH Belton, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

JERRY E. SMITH .... Huntington, N. Y. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

KENNETH E. SMITH .... Baltimore, Md. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

MARION J. SMITH . . West Columbia, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

• ROBERT J. SMITH .... Allentown, Pa. 

PRE-MEDICINE 

ROBERT L. A. SMITH . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

RONNIE A. SMITH . . . Honea Path, S. C. 
TEXTILES 

ROY A. SMITH Pageland, S. C. 

TEXTILES 

• ROY D. SMITH Ninety Six, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

RUSSELL F. SMITH .... Detroit, Mich. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

SANDERLAN C. SMITH . . . Pulaski, Tenn. 
ARCHITECTURE 

TERRY S. SMITH Pinopolis, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



SENIORS 



• THOMAS C. SMITH .... Atlanta, Ga. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WILLIAM J. SMITH . . . Newberry, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

ROBERT E. SMYTH .... Rlverton, N. Y. 
ZOOLOGY 

JAMES K. SNEAD . . . Greenwood, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• CHARLES K. SNODDY . . Greenwood, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

JIMMY D. SNODDY . . . Wellford, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

ROBERT H. SNODDY, JR. . . Clemson, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 



PETER F. SNYDER 



Wayne, N. J. 



GEORGE A. SOUTHGATE W. Palm Beach, Fla. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

RICHARD L. SPARKS . . Cave Spring, Ga. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

JIMMY D. SPEER .... Anderson, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



RONALD E. SPEER 



Abbeville, S. C. 



• TERRELL P. SPENCE . . . Charleston, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

MARYANN STACKMAN . . Columbia, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

HAMPTON E. STEEDLY,JR. . Charleston, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

LARRY B. STANCIL .... Anderson, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 



• ROBERT J. STANZIONE . . Hartsville, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

RONALD E. STEELE .... Clemson, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

WILLIAM J. STEELE .... Arlington, Va. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

HAROLD J. STEIGLER . . Charleston, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 



• PAUL J. STEINFELDT . . . Rochester, N. Y. 
ENGLISH 

LLEWELLYN R. STEPHENS . . Reading, Pa. 

ARCHITECTURE 

WM. J. STEVENS, JR. . Yonges Island, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

PAMELA Y. STEVENSON . . Greenville, S. C. 
ZOOLOGY 




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SENIORS 



• JOHN C. STEWART . . . Greenville, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 

ROLLIN J. STICKLE . . . Columbia, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

RUSSELL E. STIEGEL, JR. . Charlotte, N. C. 
HISTORY, EDUCATION 

EDWARD R. STOKES . . . Beaufort, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



• DUDLEY D. STONE Atlanta, Ga. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

JAMES H. STONER, JR. . . . Enoree, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

RALPH J. STRANGE . . . Charlotte, N. C. 
BIOLOGY 

CHARLES W. STREETT, JR. . Florence, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



• JOEL A. STROM . . . North Augusta, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

RICHARD L. STROMAN . . Bowman, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

JOHN F. SUBER Holly Hill, S. C. 

BIOLOGY 

JOSEPH T. SUMMER . . . Newberry, S. C. 
HORTICULTURE 



• GEORGE C. SUMMERELL . 
CHEMISTRY 



s.c. 



VIRGIL G. SVENDSEN . . Charleston, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

JOHN M. SWAILS .... Kingstree, S. C. 
SOCIOLOGY 

DAN H. SWANGER .... Rock Hill, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



JACK B. SWERLING . . 
ECONOMICS 

HENRY M. SWINK . . . . 

AGRONOMY 



Belleville, N.J. 
Effingham, S. C. 



JOHN N. TALBERT, JR. . McCormick, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

JOSEPH J. TANKERSLEY . Greenville, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



• THOMAS A. TANTILLO . N. Augusta, S. C. 
TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

CARL L. TARPLEY II . North Charleston, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JAMES G. TAYLOR . . . Greenville, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

LARRY C. TAYLOR . . . Johnsonville, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 



SENIORS 



LARRY W. TAYLOR . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

ROBERT A. TEDCASTLE II . . Lantana, Fla. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JAMES L. TEMPLETON . . Palm Beach, Fla. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

CHARLES H. TENNENT . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 



• DONALD K. TERRY . . . Rldgewood, N. J. 
ARCHITECTURE 

RUTH A. TERRY .... Anderson, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

WILLIAM R.TERRY . . . Greenville, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

HENRY W. THEILING . . Charleston, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



LAWRENCE D. THOMAS . Pequannock, N. J. 
ECONOMICS 

JAMES E. THOMAS . . . Williamston, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

JAMES M. THOMAS . . . Hampton, S. C. 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 

REUBEN S. THOMAS .... Carlisle, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



RICHARD W. THOMAS, JR. . Warren, Ohio 
ECONOMICS 

STEVE C. THOMAS . . . Honea Path, S. C. 
ZOOLOGY 

ROBERT M. THOMASON . . Laurens, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

ALLAN J. THOMPSON . . Charleston, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



• RAY M. THOMPSON . . . Memphis, Tenn. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

STANLEY H. THOMPSON . . Clemson, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

WM. E. THOMPSON, JR. . N. Augusta, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

ROBERT E. THOMSON, JR. . . Aiken, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 



• GLORIA J. THRASHER . . Anderson, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

HARRY D. TIBBS .... Great Falls, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

LAWRENCE Z. TIBBS . . Fairbanks, Alaska 
AGRONOMY 

WM. G. TILLMAN . . Gamboa, Canal Zone 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 








SENIORS 



• JERRY R. TIMMONS . . Travelers Rest, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



HARRY L. TINSLEY 



Rock Hill, S. C. 



STEVEN B. TIPPING . . . Salamanca, N. Y. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



GEORGE A. TODD .... Asheville, N. C. 
TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 



• JAMES R. TODD, JR. . . . Charlotte, N. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

CHARLES R. TOLLEY . . . Charleston, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

DAVID L. TOMPKINS, JR. . Edgefield, S. C. 
FORESTRY 

JAMES T. TOMPKINS . . . Lake Placid, Fla. 
HISTORY 



• MILTON A. TOOLE . . . Greenville, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

PETER TOUSSAINT .... Augusta, N.J. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

JOHN F. TOWNSEND, JR. . Clemson, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

SKIPPY J. TOWNSEND . . . Clemson, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



• C. LEE TREXLER Concord, N. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 

LAWRENCE E. TRIPLETT . Orangeburg, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

GERALD L. TRULUCK . . Lynchburg, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WILLIAM S. TURBEVILLE . . Columbia, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 



• JAMES H. TUCK .... Greenville, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

RICHARD M. TUCKER . . . Enoree, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

DANNY W. TURNER .... Smyrna, S. C. 
MATHEMATICS 

WALLEY A. TURNER . . . Florence, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 



• DANNY L. TURPIN Easley, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

JOEL O. TYNER Florence, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

JOSEPH S. TYSON .... Charleston, S. C. 
FORESTRY 

MARGARET S. ULLER . . . Miami Beach, Fla. 
ENGLISH 



SENIORS 



SVENN ULVEDAL .... Stamford, Conn. 
ARCHITECTURE 

JAMES R. VEHORN . . Sandy Springs, S. C. 
HISTORY 



MICHAEL W. VENTO III . 
PSYCHOLOGY 

DOLORES A. VIOLETTE . . 
SOCIOLOGY 



Beaver, Pa. 
Lake City, S. C. 



• J. HALL WADDELL . . Hendersonville, N. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

CONNIE S. WADE .... Rock Hill, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

JEAN T. WADE Duncan, S. C. 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



ALLEN R. WALCHER . . . 
HORTICULTURE 



Inman, S. C. 



• DERRYL L. WALDEN . . . Charleston, S. C. 
FORESTRY 

PERRY R. WALDREP .... Lanett, Ala. 
ECONOMICS 

DOUGLAS L. WALKER . . . Kershaw, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

GEORGE D. WALKER . . Sowerville, N. J. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• JAMES W. WALKER .... Decatur, Ga. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

MICHAEL L. WALKER . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

RICHARD C. WALKER . . . Pittsburgh, Pa. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

WESLEY F. WALKER . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• DENNIS H. WALSH .... Savannah, Ga. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

ALAN C. WALTER, JR. . . Caldwell, N. J. 
CHEMISTRY 

DIBBON K. WALTERS . . . Charleston, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

WALTERS, JOHNNIE J. . N. Charleston, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



JOHN R. WARD Server, Pa. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

WILLIAM S. WARE, JR. . . Varnville, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WILLIAM M. WARLICK . . Columbia, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

JULIAN R. WATES Greer, S. C. 

ENGLISH 




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SENIORS 



LAWRENCE R. WATSON . Greenville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

PAUL C. WATSON, JR. . . Columbia, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

LONNIE D. WATT, JR. . . Anderson, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

LINDA A. WATTS . . . Westminster, S. C. 
SOCIOLOGY 



ALBERT W. WAY . . St. Simons Island, Ga. 

MATHEMATICS 

BOB Y. WEATHERS .... Laurens, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

GEORGE R. WEAVER . . Greenville, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



WILLIAM L. WEBER . . . 

PRE DENTISTRY 



Union, S. C. 



•KARL E. WEINGARTNER . . New York, N.Y. 
FOOD SCIENCE 

KATHY B. WELBORN . . . Clemson, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

FRED D. WELCH, JR. . . . Columbia, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WALTER M. WELCH, JR. N. Charleston, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 




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• CHARLES M. WERNER, JR. T'velers Rest, S. C. 
SCIENCE TEACHING 

MARSHALL E. WEST .... Marion, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

JOHN D. WESTON Union, S. C. 

ENGLISH 

KEITH W. WHATLEY . . Greenwood, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



• JAMES J. WHEELER III . . 
AGRONOMY 



KENNETH E. WHELCHEL . 

ARCHITECTURE 



Saluda, S. C. 
Gaffney, S. C. 



JAMES E. WHISENHUNT III . Clemson, S. C. 
CHEMISTRY 

CHARLES G. WHITE . . Greenwood, S. C. 
ZOOLOGY 



JAMES R. WHITE III . . Walterboro, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

JOSEPH B. WHITEHEAD Camp Leieune, N. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

LARRY F. WHITFIELD . . . Anderson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

RONALD E. WHITMIRE . . Marietta, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 






SENIORS 



• DAVID L. WICKER .... Pomaria, S. C. 
POULTRY SCIENCE 

JOHN M. WICKHAM . . Charlotte, N. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

DENNIS M. WIECHNIK . . . Trenton, N.J. 
ARCHITECTURE 

BOB L. WIELENGA . . North Haledon, N. J. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



WIGGINS, JAMES E. Ill . . Greenville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

MICHAEL J. WIGGINS . Myrtle Beach, S. C. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

ROBERT L. WILDER, JR. . . . Sumter, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

BENJAMIN F. WILLIAMS . . . Dillon, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



• OLIVIA H. WILLIAMS . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

ROBERT H. WILLIAMS . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WILLIAM G. WILLIAMS . . Lancaster, S. C. 
METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

GEORGE F. WILLIAMSON . . Cades, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



• PERRY D. WILLIS . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

MITCHELL M. WILLOUGHBY . Nichols, S. C. 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 

CHARLES B. WILSON . . . Camden, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

CHARLES N. WILSON . Worthington, Ohio 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 



• F. DARRELL WILSON . . . Anderson, S. C. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

FRANCIS G. WILSON . . . Chester, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 



HENRY N. WILSON . . 
FORESTRY 



Sumter, S. C. 



ROBERT W. WILSON . . . Woodruff, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



• THOMAS A. WILSON . . Anderson, S. C. 
ECONOMICS AND HISTORY 

RONALD A. WINGARD . . Lexington, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

ANDREW P. WISE .... Greenville, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

WILLIAM H. WISE, JR. . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 




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SENIORS 



CLARK E. WOODS . . . Fountain Inn, S. C. 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 

PORAPAN Z. WOODY . . Watunga, India 
ARCHITECTURE 



JOHN A. WOODS 



Syosset, N.Y. 



NELSON H. WOODS . . . Beaufort, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



NORMAN H. WOODS, JR. Downingtown, Pa. 
ZOOLOGY 

RICHARD H. WOODWARD . Knoxville, Tenn. 
ENGLISH 

ZELMO WORKMAN . . . Harpersville, Md. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

MARSHALL C. WRENN . . Darlington, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 



• PAUL R. WRIGHT . North Charleston, S. C. 
ENGLISH 

ROSALIND M. WRIGHT . . Gastonia, N. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

SIMEON P. WRIGHT .... Sumter, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 



THOMAS H. WRIGHT . . 
AGRONOMY 



Dillon, S.C. 



• CRAIG C. WRIGLEY . . . Columbia, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 



JAMES A. YARBOROUGH . 

ARCHITECTURE 



Miami, Fla. 



WILLIAM E. YOKE, JR. . Clarksburg, W. Va. 
PRE-ARCHITECTURE 

LARRY C. YOUNG .... Hampton, S. C. 

PRE-DENTISTRY 



MANLY S. YOUNG .... Fort Mill, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARKS ADMINISTRATION 

MARY C. YOUNG .... Clemson, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

DAVID E. YOUNT . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

REMBERT B. ZACHARY . . Columbia, S. C. 
ENGLISH 



• WILLIAM S. ZAMBELLI . . . Athens, Ga. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

GARY J. ZIEGLER .... Columbus, N. J. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

ELMO H. ZIMMERMAN . . Spokane, Wash. 
BIOLOGY 

ALEXANDER X. ZINK .... Tiffany, Kan. 
MATHEMATICS 










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JUNIORS 

Their virtues shall be testified not only by the inscription 
on stone at home but in all lands wheresoever in the 
unwritten record of the mind, which . . . will remain 
with all men everlastingly. 

— Thucydides. 




DANNY HUNT 
President 



ROWENA SOBCZYK 
Secretary 



CHARLES ELDRIDGE 
Vice-President 



NANCY DANNALS 
Treasurer 



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JUNIORS 




WILLIAM L. ABERNATHY . . Chester, S. C. 
ERNEST L. ADAMS . . . Edgemoor, S. C. 

JAMES M. ADAMS Union, S. C. 

ROBERT D. AINSWORTH . Falls Church, Va. 
LAURA S. ALEXANDER . Spartanburg. S. C, 
MILTON D. ALEXANDER . . Brunson, S. C. 

JERRY W. ALLEN . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
BARNETT A. ALLGOOD III . . Toccoa, Ga. 



ROWLAND P. ALSTON . 


. Rembert 


S. C 


JAMES C. ALTMAN . . 


Manning 


S. C 


HAROLD S. AMICK . . 


Orangeburg 


S. C 


TIMOTHY J. AMICK . . 


. Columbia 


S. C 


CARROLL S. ANDERSON 


. . Williston 


S. C 


JOHN L. ANDERSON . 


. . Clinton 


S. C 


WILLIAM B. ANDERSON 


. Greenville 


S. C 


JOHN R. ASHLEY . . . 


. . Belton 


S. C 


PAUL W. ASKINS . . . 


. Hartsville 


S. C 


CARRY N. ATKINSON 


Jefferson 


s. c 


WAYNE H. ATKINSON . 


. . Liberty 


s. c 


BOBBIE F. AYERS . . . 


Orangeburg 


s. c 


DAVID P. BAIRD . . . 


Greenville 


s. c 


MIHRAN G. BAKALIAN . 


Cliffside Park 


N.J 


CHARLES D. BAKER. JR. 


. Columbia 


s. c 


REGINALD W. BAKER . 


Kingstree 


s. c 


RICHARD C. BALLENGER 


Anderson 


s. c 


JOSEPH W. BANDY . . 


McCormick 


s. c 


CHARLES McH. BANKS 


. Chester 


s. c 


CHARLES E. BARDSLEY II 


. Clemson 


s. c 


JAMES C. BARKER . . 


. . Sumter 


s. c 


MALINDA D. BARKER . 


Seneca 


s. c 


ROBERT E. BARKER . . 


Conway 


s. c 


JANE E. BARTLES . . . 


. Rock Hi II 


s. c 


BENNY D. BARTLEY . . 


. . Aiken 


s. c 


THOMAS C. BASKIN. JR. 


. Charleston 


s. c 


ARTHUR T. BASS . . No 


rth Charleston 


s. c 


SAMUEL D. BASS II . . 


Bennettsville 


s. c 


DENNIS L. BAUKNIGHT 


Easley 


s. c 


PAUL R. BAZEMORE, JR. 


. . Beaufort 


s. c 


JUDITH E. BEACH . . 


. Rock Hill 


s. c 


ROBERT W. BEACHY . . 


. . Atlanta, Ga 


MAXINE E. BEASLEY . . 


Anderson 


s. c 


DONALD P. BEAUDOIN . 


. Greenville 


s. c 


JUDITH K. BELL . . . 


Moonville 


s. c 


ROBERT L. BELL . . . 


Orangeburg 


s. c 


GLENN L. BELLAMY . . 


Myrtle Beach 


s. c 


RICHARD J. BENNETT . 


Laurens 


s. c 


SCOTT C. BERGREN . . 


. Greenville 


s. c 


C. L. BERRY .... 


Clemson 


s. c 


THOMAS C. BETHEA, JR. 


. . Dillon 


s. c 


WILLIAM L. BETSILL, JR. 


. . Anderson 


s. c 


PATRICK E. BINKLEY . 


Florence 


s. c 


JOHN J. BISHOP . . . 


Anderson 


s. c 


MICHAEL G. BISHOP . 


Greenville 


s. c 


SONJA J. BISHOP . . 


Greenville 


s. c 


WAYNE H. BISHOP . . 


Greenville 


s. c 


DIANA K. BISSEY . . 


Charleston 


s. c 


JAMES K. BLACK . . . 


. . Seneca 


s. c 


LARRY M. BLACKMON . 


Lancaster 


s. c 


ROY E. BLANCHARD . 


. . Aiken 


s. c 


FRANK S. BLAND . . . 


Edgefield 


s. c 



RACHEL A. BLANTON . . . Seneca. S. C. 
DOUGLAS J. BLATTMACHR Gdn. City, N. Y. 

JERRY L. BODIE . . . Ridge Spring, S. C. 
PHILLIP C. BODLE . . . Cincinnati, Ohio 
JOSEPH D. BOLT .... Anderson, S. C. 
WILLIAM P. BONNER . . . Gaffney, S. C. 

JOHN V. BONNETT . . . Greenville, S. C. 
RANDALL E. BOUCHILLON Simpsonville, S. C. 
ELIZABETH M. BOWEN . . . Enoree, S. C. 
FRANCES H. BOWEN . . . Anderson. S. C. 
JAMES R. BOWEN . . . Blackwood, N.J. 
MARY K. BOWEN .... Anderson. S. C. 



GLENN BOWERS . . 


Lancaster, S. C 


MARION C. BOYD, JR. 


Spartanburg, S. C 


DAVID R. BRABHAM . 


St. Stephen, S. C 


GLORIA J. BRACKEN . 


. Piedmont, S.C 


RALPH J. BRACKETT . 


. . Ouantico, Va 


THOMAS N. BRADLEY 


Greer, S. C 



JOHN L. BRADY, JR. . . Spartanburg, S. C. 

RANDY L. BRAY Clemson, S. C. 

JOYCE E. BRELAND . . . Holly Hill, S. C. 
JOHN A. BRENNAN . . . Hudson, Ohio 
JAMES A. BREWER .... Easley. S. C. 
MICHAEL W. BRIDGES . . Blacksburg. S. C. 



WAYNE F. BRIMER . . . 


College Park, Ga. 


JOHN R. BROCK . . . 


. Walhalla. S. C. 


G. WAYNE BROCKINGTON 


. Columbia, S. C. 


WILLIAM L. BROOME . 


. Abbeville, S. C. 


DAVID M. BROWN . . 


Burlington, N.J. 


HENRY C. BROWN . . 


. Sumter, S. C. 


JAMES 1. BROWN . . . 


. Belvedere, S. C. 


JAMES W. BROWN . . 


Aynor, S. C. 


DAVID L. BROWNE . . 


Greensboro. N. C. 


MELVIN N. BROWNE . . 


Troy, S. C. 


DONALD L. BRUCE . . 


Greer, S. C. 


J. P. BRUENING . . . . 


Charleston, S. C. 


JAMES H. BRUNSON, JR. 


. Manning, S.C. 


MIKE R. BUCHANAN 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


LINDA N. BUDDIN . . 


. Olanta.S. C. 


ELVIN L. BULL .... 


Cameron, S. C. 


JAMES H. BULL . . . 


. Abbeville, S.C. 


ROGER D. BULLARD . . 


. . Sumter, S.C. 


RICHARD E. BULLER . . 


. . Media, Pa. 


GEORGE J. BULLWINKEL . 


Mt. Pleasant. S. C. 


JAMES P. BURNETTE . . 


San Antonio, Texas 


WILLIAM M. BURNS . . 


Charleston, S. C. 


OTTO C. BURRELL, JR. . 


. . Greer, S.C. 


THOMAS M. BURRISS 


. Columbia, S.C. 



W. THOMAS BURRISS . . . Brooklyn. N. Y. 
JOSEPH R. BURTON . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
KENNETH A. BUTLER . . Bergenfield, N. J. 
RUTHE M. BUTTS . . . Westminster. S. C. 
RACHEL A. BYRD . . . Greenville, S. C. 
SAMUEL R. CAIN Union, S. C. 

JAMES D. CALDWELL . . Campobello, S. C. 
ALAN McK. CAMPBELL . Washington, D. C. 

ANNE CAMPBELL Pelzer, S. C. 

JOHN L. CAMPBELL . . . Columbia, S. C. 

GUY P. CANAVAGGIO Panama 

WILLIAM R. CANN . . . Anderson, S. C. 








JUNIORS 













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JUNIORS 













NATHANIEL P. CANNON 
MICHAEL L. CAPPS . . . 
WILLIAM T. CAPPS, JR. . 
JAMES C. CAREY . . . 
MARVIN G. CARMICHAEL 
WILLIAM S. CARSON . 



Charlotte, N. C. 
Greenville. S. C. 
Westport, Mass. 
Clemson, S. C. 
. . Dillon. S. C. 
Columbia, S. C. 



WILLIAM M. CARSTEN . . Jacksonville, Fla. 

LARRY D. CARTEE Easley, S. C. 

JACK W. CARTER, JR. . Walterboro, S. C. 
JAMES S. CARTER . . . Fort Lawn, S. C. 
JOSEPH P.CARTER .... Startex. S. C. 
OSCAR L. CARTER .... Dillon, S. C. 

THOMAS B. CARTER, JR. . Rock Hill, S. C. 
SUSAN M. CARTWRIGHT . N. Augusta, S. C. 
DENNIS RAY CASH . . . Greenville, S. C. 
MICHAEL L. CASTRE . . Garden City, N. Y. 
CHARLES E. CAUBLE . . . Columbia, S. C. 
GEO. W. CAUGHMAN, JR. . Lexington, S. C. 



RONNIE W. CAUTHEN . Heath Springs, S. C. 



MARGARET J. CELY . 
DAVID H. CHAMLEE 
JAMES L. CHANDLER 
KEITH D. CHANDLER 
MARGARET S. CHAPIN . 

JOHN C. CHAPMAN . 
KENNETH W. CHAPMAN 
WILLIAM P. CHARPING 
LOIS L. CHISMAN . . 
JAMES P. CHOVAN . . 
JUDITH R. CLARKE . . 



. Greenville, S. C. 

. Greenville, S. C. 

. . . Greer, S. C. 

N. Charleston, S. C. 

. . Seneca, S. C. 

. Wmnsboro, S. C. 
Little Mtn., S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 

Bethlehem, Pa. 
Greenville, S. C. 



LELAND T. CLARKE . . . Charlotte, N. C. 

GARY E. CLARY Gaffney, S. C. 

BARRY A. CLEMONS . . Tabor City, N. C. 
WILLIAM E. CLINE .... Dallas, Texas 
JAMES M. CLONINGER . Great Falls, S. C. 
TERRENCE J. CLYNE . . . Lakewood, Ohio 

ANTHONY A. COCHET . N. Charleston, S. C. 



WILLIAM T. COFFEY . . 
HENRY L. COGAN . . . 
JOHN W. COKER . . 
RONALD W. COKER . . 
CHARLES J. COLE . . 

DAVID L. COLEMAN . . 
GEORGE E. COLEMAN . 
JAMES L. COLEMAN . . 
JAMES L. COLEY II . . 
DONALD E. COLLINS . 
EDWARD J. COLLINS, JR. 

PHIL S. COLLINS . . . 
RANDALL D. COLLINS . 
THOMAS H. COLLINS . 
CHARLES A. COLLUM 
BEN G. COMPTON . . . 
CAROLE R. CONE . . . 



. . Aiken, S. C. 

Washington, D. C. 

Edgemoor, S. C. 

. Asheville, N.C. 

. Columbia, S. C. 

Summerton.S. C. 
. . Laurens, S. C. 
. Ridgeway, S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 
. Belvedere, S. C. 

. Branchville, S. C. 
Lancaster, S. C. 
Newberry, S. C. 
Monetta.S. C. 
Lexington, S. C. 
Anderson. S. C. 



THOMAS C. CONNER . Charleston, W. Va. 
DOUGLAS M. CONRAD . Charleston, S. C. 
JAMES T. COOK .... Charleston. S. C. 
JOHN W. COOK. JR. . . Williamsville, N.Y. 
WILLIAM W. COOPER, JR. . Hanahan, S. C. 
WILLIAM L. COPELAND . . Clinton, S. C. 



MURRAY J. CORMAN . . Miami Beach, Fla. 
JOHN C. CORNWELL . . Pendleton, S. C. 
MARION S. CORNWELL . . Ft. Myers, Fla. 
BENNETT H. CORPENING . Asheville. N. C. 

ALTON L. COX Woodruff, S. C. 

GEDDES M. COX . . . Fayetteville, N. C. 

HENRY C. COX .... Anderson, S. C. 

JOHN R. COYLE Easley. S. C. 

MALCOLM L. CRAVEN . . Florence, S. C. 
CHARLES H. CRAWFORD . Fort Lawn, S. C. 
RAY A. CRAWFORD, JR. . Abbeville, S. C. 
EUGENE M. CRISP, JR. . Fredericksburg. Va. 



WILLIAM H. CROCKER 
SAMUEL E. CROSBY . 
MICHAEL G. CROWE 
JOE H. CULLER . . . 
WILLIAM W. CULLER . 



. Columbia, S. C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
Dacusville, S. C. 
Orangeburg, S. C. 
Orangeburg, S. C. 



JOHN A. CUNNINGHAM Pleasantville, N. J. 



WM. R. CUNNINGHAM 


. Waynesville, N. C. 


ARTHUR J. CURRENCE 


. . . York, S. C. 


JOHN D. CURTIS . . 


. Smithtown, N.Y. 


TIMOTHY C. DALEY . . 


. . Inman.S. C. 


CYNTHIA C. DANKO . 


. . Absecon, N.J. 


NANCY R. DANNALS . 


. . Maitland, Fla. 



LINDA L. DASHER . . . Greenwood, S. C. 
HAROLD L. DAVENPORT . Greenville, S. C. 
JAMES H. DAVIDSON, JR. . Greenville, S. C. 
HAROLD R. DAVIS . . Orangeburg, S. C. 

JANEY D. DAVIS Seneca, S. C. 

JOE M. DAVIS .... Westminster, S. C. 



KEITH A. DAVIS . . . 
MAYNARD J. DAVIS. JR. 
PAMELA M. DAVIS . . . 
RICHARD C. DAVIS, JR. . 
STEVEN E. DAVIS .... 
AWTRY S. DAWES . . . 

MARSHALL L. DEANHARDT 
GORDON H. DECHMAN . 



Greenville, S. C. 
Wmnsboro, S. C. 
Anderson, S. C. 
. Sumter. S. C. 
Charlotte, N. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 

Belton.S. C. 



WILLIAM W. DEER . . 
ADRIANO DEMORI . 
WILLIAM F. DEPEW . 
CURTIS M. DERRICK . 

ROBERT E. DeVAUX . 
CHARLES H. DEWITT . 
WILLIAM E. DeYOUNG 
CHARLES L DICKSON 
JUDSON D. DOBBINS 
MARY JANE DOBBINS 

STANLEY R. DOBBINS . 
THOMAS E. DOBBINS . 
HEATH P. DOBSON . 
ALLEN E. DOCKERY . 
RICHARD J. DOREY . 
ROBERT C. DOTSON . 



Macon, Ga. 

. . Beaufort, S. C. 

Cliffside Park, N.J. 

. Baltimore, Md. 

. Woodruff, S. C. 

Stamford, Conn. 

. St. Matthews. S.C. 

Greer, S. C. 

Sandy Springs, S. C. 

Greer, S. C. 

. . Townville, S. C. 

. . Townville, S. C. 

. . Townville, S. C. 

. . Greer, S. C. 

Seneca, S. C. 

. . . Aiken, S.C. 

McDonough, Ga. 



JAMES R. DOUGLAS . . Greenwood, S. C. 

FLOYD S. DOUGLASS, JR. Chesterfield, S. C. 

DAVID R. DOVER . . . Spartanburg. S. C. 

THOMAS D. DREHER . . Summerville, S. C. 

ROBERT F. DRENNAN, JR. . Rock Hill. S. C. 



WILBUR N. DULIN, JR. 



Columbia. S. C. 







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JUNIORS 




JAMES R. DUNCAN . 


Baltimore 


, Md 


BECKY L. DURHAM 


Piedmont 


S. c 


FLOYD D. DURHAM . 


. . Pickens 


S. c 


LAWRENCE B. DURHAM 


Arcadia 


s. c 


ERNEST M. DUVALL . . 


Cheraw 


s. c 


HORACE C. DYAR 




s. c 


G. DAVID DYKES . . . 


. Thomasvill 


;.Ga 


TOMMY C. DYKES . . 


Anderson 


S. C 


KENNETH D. DYKSTRA . 


Charlotte, 


N.C 


WINSTON M. EADDY . 


. Hemingway 


S.C 


BARRY A. EARLE . . 


Valley Statio 


n. Ky 


BYRAN D. EARWOOD 


Anderson 


S.C 


FRANK H. W. EDLER . 


Amorbach, Germany 


JOHN K. EDMONDS . 


Anderson 


S.C 


KENT A. EDMONDS . . 


. West Poin 


t, Ga 


ALLEN G. EDWARDS 


Cheraw 


S.C 


MARSHALL W. EDWARDS 


JR. Tvlrs. Rest 


S.C 


STEVE R. EDWARDS . 


Johnston 


S.C 



WESLEY D. EIDSON . . . Kannapolis, N. C. 

IAN F. EISENBREY Elmer, N.J. 

R. CHARLES ELDRIDGE, JR. . Sptbg., S. C. 
MARIKA A. ELLENBURG . . Liberty, S. C. 
JOHN E. ELLIOTT .... Clemson, S. C. 
CAROLE ELLIS Fort Mill, S. C. 



JAMES F. ELROD . . 
BOYD B. ELVINGTON 
SHELLEY EMERSON . 
LINDA A. ENGLISH 
ROBERT E. EPPS . . 
ELLIOTT B. ESKEW . 



Greenville, S. C. 

. . Lake View. S. C. 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 

LaFrance, S. C. 

North Charleston, S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 



JERRY D. ESKEW . . . 
MICHAEL E. EVANS . . 
WILLIAM D. EVANS . . 
KENNETH M. EWAN . . 
CHARLES F. FADELEY, JR. 
MICHAEL I. FAER . . , 

ROBERT E. FANDLEY . . 
JAMES L. FAULKENBERRY 
JAMES R. FAULKNER, JR. 
GLENN P. FELTON . . . 
CHARLES P. FERGUSON . 
IRBY W. FERGUSON . . 



Greenville, S. C 

. Abbeville, S.C 

. Bluefield, W. Va 

Newark, Del 

Lexington Pk., Md 

West Mifflin, Pa 

Greenville, S. C. 
. Camden, S.C. 
. Greenwood, S. C. 
. Bayside, N.Y. 
. Rock Hill, S.C. 
. Clinton, S.C. 



PAUL A. FERRY .... Philadelphia, Pa. 
ALEXANDER F. FEWELL . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

JAMES P. FIELDS McBee, S. C. 

ROBERT W. FITCHETT . . . Baltimore, Md. 
DAVID B. FLEMING . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
BARRY L. FLETCHER . . . Williston, S. C. 

CLAUDE L. FLOW III . . Greenville, S. C. 
LARRY D. FLOYD . . Gahvants Ferry. S. C. 
JERRY M. FOLLETTE . . Mooresville, N. C. 
BENJAMIN F. FORD, JR. . Great Falls, S. C. 
CHARLES A. FORSBERG . Charleston, S. C. 
REBECCA A. FORTNER . . Anderson, S. C. 



PETER J. FORWOOD 
CARLYN D. FOSTER 
JAMES E. FOSTER 
WILLIAM E. FOWLER 
BETHANY S. FRANKE 
PERRY W. FREEMAN 



Greenville, S.C. 

Duncan, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Wadmalaw Is., S.C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

. . . Easley. S. C. 



MARION E. FRICK .... Chapin, S. C. 

JOHN L. FULMER Decatur, Ga. 

COLONEL J. GADDY, JR. Myrtle Beach, S. C. 
RICHARD P. GAGNON . Westminster. Md. 
WILLIAM H. GAINES . Travelers Rest, S. C. 
RAYMOND L. GALLOWAY . Darlington, S. C. 



THOMAS G. GAMBILL 



Fayetteville, N. C. 



ERNEST L. GANDY .... Florence, S. C. 
ROBERT D. GANTT . . . Greenville, S. C. 
STEVEN A. GANTT .... Chester. S. C. 
HARRELL L. GARDNER, JR. . Hartsville, S. C. 
RICHARD W. GARDNER . Cinnamingon, N. J. 



ERIC K. GARLAND . . 
FOSTER M. GARNER . 
STANFORD T. GARNETT 
WILEY F. GARTH . . 
WILLIAM H. GARVIN . 
JESSE H. GASKINS 



. . Climax, N.Y. 
. Rock Hill, S. C. 
. Columbia, S. C. 
Cowpens, S. C. 
Greensboro, N. C. 
Chesterfield, S. C. 



THOMAS A. GIBSON . . . Clemson, S. C. 
W. RALPH GIBSON .... Sylvania, Ga. 
BOB D. GILBERT. JR. . . . Lafayette, Ga. 
RICHARD A. GILBERT . . Greensboro, N. C. 
WILLIAM P. GILBERT . . . Baltimore, Md. 
JON A. GILES Greer, S. C. 



BRUCE A. GILLESPIE . 
DAVID H. GILLIAM . . 
CHARLES C. GLASGOW 
SUSAN P. GLEN . . . 
SAMUEL A. GLENN . . 
DAVID S. GLYMPH . . 



Rosemont, Pa. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Conway, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

. Fair Play. S. C. 

Silver Spring, Md. 



JOSEPH G. GOELLER . . Union City, N. J. 
MARK H. GOLDMAN . Woodbridge, Conn. 
CHARLES H. GOODING . Hampton. S. C. 
LUCILLE C. GORDON . . Edgewater, Md. 
BETTY J. GRAHAM .... Clemson, S. C. 
CYNTHIA K. GRAMLING . Orangeburg, S. C. 



LARRY J. GRANGER 
JOHN H. GRAVES . . 
JOHN F. GRAY . . . 
RONALD E. GRAY . . 
WILLIAM J. GRAYSON 
SHANNON K. GREEN . 

ROY T. GREENE . . . 
WILLIAM M. GRIGGS . 
RONALD W. GROOMS 
JOHN C. GUERRY . . 
RICHARD B. HADDOCK 
THOMAS W. HAENE 

CARL M. HAIR, JR. . 
DENNIS W. HAIRE . . 
DEAN A. HALEDUIAN . 
KENNETH E. HALL . . 



Charleston, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

. Abbeville. S. C. 

. . Allendale, S. C. 

. . Charlotte, N. C. 

. . Sumter, S. C. 

. Pendleton. S. C. 

. Hartsville, S. C. 

. . . Lugoff, S. C. 

Monclcs Corner, S. C. 

. . Kmgstree. S. C. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

North Augusta, S. C. 
. . Rock Hill, S. C. 
. . Teaneck, N.J. 
. . Clemson, S. C. 



LARRY L HALL Jackson, S. C. 

THOMAS H. HALL Sarver. Pa. 



JOE L. HAMBRIGHT. JR. 
WILLIAM M. HAMILTON 
PELHAM HANCOCK . . 
WILLIAM A. HAND . . 
ROBERT L. HANKS . . 
GAIL L. HANNA . . . 



Grover, N. C. 
Newberry, S. C. 
. Easley, S. C. 
Seneca, S. C. 
Anderson. S. C. 
Effingham. S. C. 








RICHARD W. HANNA . 


. Lake City, S. C 


HASKELL D. HARDY, JR. 


Laurens, S. C 


HAYNE P. HARPER . . 


Martin, S. C 


SANDRA S. HARPER . . 


Clemson, S. C 



RICHARD A. HARPOOTLIAN Charlotte, N. C. 
LOUIS W. HARRELSON . . Opelika, Ala. 

ROBERT A. HARRIS . . . Fort Mill. S. C. 
ROBERT H. HARRIS, JR. . . Atlanta, Ga. 
BILLIE ANN HARRY .... Shelby, N. C. 

E. EVON HART Sumter, S. C. 

HENRY G. HART, JR. . . Simpsonville. S. C. 
SUZANNE E. HARTE . . . Beaufort, S. C. 



ROBERT M. HARTLEY . 
EDWARD W. HARTLING 
AARON HARVEY . . . 
BRUCE R. HARVEY . . 
JANE W. HASS . . . 
MICHAEL R. HASTINGS 



Mt. Pleasant. S. C. 

. . . Islip, N.Y. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Greenwood, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 



JUNIORS 




STEPHEN T. HASTY .... Camden, S. C. 
RODGER F. HATCHELL . . Effingham, S. C. 
FRANK G. HAWKINS . . Greenville, S. C. 
MARGARET L. HAWKINS . . Central. S. C. 

JAMES H. HAY Aiken. S. C. 

E. WILLIAM HEIKKILA . . Manning, S. C. 

JAMES A. HENDERSON . . Kmgsport Tenn. 
LEONARD T. HENDERSON . Newberry, S. C. 
RICHARD C. HENDERSON . Belton, S. C. 
SUSAN B. HENDERSON . . Anderson, S. C. 
THOS. R. HENDERSON, JR. McCormick, S. C. 



ROBERT A. HENNING 



Scotch Plains, N.J. 



THOMAS A. HENRIKSON E. Northport, N. Y. 

. Kearney, N.J. 

. Hartsville, S. C. 

Waynesboro, Ga. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Walterboro, S. C. 

Decatur, Ga. 
Charleston, W. Va. 
Ware Shoals, S. C. 
. Piedmont, S. C. 
Taylors, S. C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 

Mount Solon. Va. 
. . Bel Air, Md. 
. Baltimore, Md. 
Clemson, S. C. 
Bennettsville. S. C. 
Spartanburg. S. C. 



PAUL F. HERBSTER . 
SAMUEL L HERNDON 
E. F. HERRINGTON III 
RICHARD L. HESTER 
ROBERT L. HEVERLY . 

JOHN D. HIGHTOWER, JR. 
JOHN S. HILL . . . 
JOSEPH E. HILL . . 
NANCY L. HILL . . . 
JOAN M. HINDMAN 
DALE O. HINKEL . . 

BARBARA R. HINKEL . 

FRED L. HISER . . . 
PAUL F. HLUBB. JR. . 
ALLEN H. HODGES . 
JOSEPH P. HODGES . 
PERRY D. HOLCOMBE 

MICHAEL G. HOLDER 
EDWARD J. HOLLAND, 
WILLIAM F. HOLLE . 
CHARLES M. HOLMES 
THOMAS D. HOLSTEIN 
ROBERT B. HOOKS, JR. 



Jacksonville, Fla. 

R. . . Islip. N.Y. 

LaGrange, Ga. 

N.Charleston, S. C. 

. Monetta.S. C. 

. Winter Park, Fla. 



DANIEL C. HORNE . . . Columbia, S. C. 
DANIEL HORTON III . . Ridgeland, S. C. 

ROY E. HORTON Clinton, S. C. 

SUZANNE HOTINGER . . Columbia. S. C. 
BATES R. HOUCK .... Cameron, S. C. 
ROBERT W. HOUSEMAN . Greenville, S. C. 



STEVE R. HOUSTON . 
CHARLES R. HOWARD 
HARRY H. HOWARD . 
WILLIAM H. HOWARD 
JOHN R. HOWELL, JR. 
GREER C. HUBBARD . 

SALLEY F. HUBBARD . 
LARRY P. HUDSON . . 
MARK R. HUDSON 
JAMES W. HUFF, JR. . 
RAYMOND T. HUFF 
LARRY B. HUGGINS . 

WARDEN W. HUGHES 

HELEN M. HUNNICUTT 
DANIEL E. HUNT . . 
JOHN G. HUNT . . 
DAVID F. HUNTER . 
HUGH E. HURLEY . . 



. . Belton, S.C. 

. Glens Falls, N. Y. 

West Orange, N.J. 

. Greenville, S. C. 

. Williston, S. C. 

Victoria, Texas 

Westminster, S. C. 
Conway, S. C. 
Randallstown, Md. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 
Hemingway, S. C. 

. Hartsville, S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Washington, N. C. 

Washington, D. C. 

. Greenv.lle, S. C. 




JUNIORS 



ROBERT H. HURRAY . 


Murray Hill 


N.J. 


DAVID R. HUTTO . . . 


Orangeburg 


S.C. 


WILBURN L. HUTTO 


Reevesville 


S.C. 


FRANK H. IRELAN . . 


Clarhsville 


Ohio 


EDWARD F. [RICK . . . 


. Columbia 


S.C. 


WILLIAM R. IRICK . . 


Orangeburg 


S.C. 


JOHN L. IRVIN, JR. . . 


Fort Mill 


S.C. 


HAROLD S. ISEMAN, JR. 


. . Sumter 


S.C. 


BEVERLY J. JACKSON . 


. . Laurens 


S.C. 


CHARLES R. JACKSON . 


. . Aiken 


S.C. 


EMMA J. JACKSON . . 


Marion 


S.C. 


LARRY M. JACKSON . . 


. Sumter 


S.C. 


ROBERT N. JACKSON . 


. . Sumter 


S.C. 


THOMAS L. JACOBS 


. . Sumter 


S.C. 


WILLIAM P. JACOBS, JR. 


. . Clinton 


S.C. 


JOHN C. JAMES . . . 


Sumter 


S.C. 


LARRY C. JAMES . . . 


. Columbia 


S.C. 


ELIZABETH D. JAMESON 


Easley 


S.C. 



HENRY R. JAMESON . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
PATSY A. JAMISON .... Conway, S. C. 
ROBERT G. JAMISON . . . Conway, S. C. 
TEDDEE JANAS . . Chihuahua, Chih., Mexico 
SHARRON L. JANSEN . . Springfield, Mass. 
JOHN R. JAYNES Lugoff, S. C. 



ERNEST G. JEFFORDS . 
JAMES J. JENNINGS . 
JAMES J. JENSEN . . 
JAMES A. JOHNS . . 
CHARLES R. JOHNSON 
H. STEVEN JOHNSON . 

JAMES L. JOHNSON . 
JOHN H. JOHNSON . 
POPE D. JOHNSON III 
RICHARD A. JOHNSON 
ROBERT H. JOLLY . . 
CHAMP M. JONES . . 



CI ARICE JONES . . 
CLYDE H. JONES, JR. 
DEBORAH C. JONES 
HOWARD M. JONES 
JOSEPH C. JONES . 
JUDITH D. JONES . 



Orangeburg, S. C. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 
. Livingston, N.J. 
. T.momum, Md. 
Haddonfield, N.J. 
Greer, S. C. 

. Claymont, Del 

College Park, Ga 

. Newberry, S. C 

Lancaster, Pa 

Winnsboro, S.C 

Clemson, S. C 



Clover, S. C. 

Batesburg, S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 

Garnett, S. C. 

Florence, S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 







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KATHLEEN S. JONES . . Greenville, S. C. 
MARTENZA L. JONES . . Columbia. S. C. 
MICHAEL K. JONES .... Greer, S. C. 

ROY A. JONES Clemson.S. C. 

JAMES E. JORDAN Miami. Fla. 

WILLIAM H. KAHRS . . N. Charleston. S. C. 

RICHARD H. KAPP . . . Greenville, S. C. 
SARA R. KARESH .... Charleston, S. C. 
MARVIN L. KATZEN . . . Charleston, S. C. 

DAVID L. KAY Greenville. S. C. 

HAL M. KAYLOR .... Conover, N. C. 
SIDNEY M. KEARSE .... Florence, S. C. 

WILLIAM H. KEETER, JR. . . Aiken.S.C. 
JAMES M. KELLEY .... Hartsville, S. C. 
JERRY L. KELLEY .... Piedmont, S. C. 
WAYNE C. KELLEY .... Central, S. C. 

MARK E. KELLY Plainfield, N.J. 

ROBERT G. KELLY Liberty. S. C. 

RODNEY A. KELLY Elgin. S. C. 

CHARLES D. KENNEDY . . Greenville, S. C. 
HAROLD M. KENNEDY, JR. . Columbia, S. C. 

BOBBY N. KEY Belton, S. C. 

RICHARD E. KILBY . . . Greenville. S. C. 
BBENNETT H. KINARD . . Greenwood, S. C. 

JAMES I. KINARD .... Newberry, S. C. 
JACK H. KING .... Wilmington, N. C. 

JO J. KING Piedmont, S. C. 

KENNETH V. KING .... Madison. S. C. 

OSCAR S. KING Easley. S. C. 

HORACE D. KINSEY . . Walterboro. S. C. 

ROBERT W. KIRBY Akron, Ohio 

KENNETH M. KIRKPATRICK . Fort Lawn, S. C. 
RONNIE D. KITCHENS . . Chamblee, Ga. 
THOMAS H. KLAHRE .... Deal, N.J. 
SUSAN E. KLINCK . . . Columbia, S. C. 
THOMAS S. KLUGH . . . Clemson, S. C. 

FRANKLIN N. KNIGHT . Hickory Tavern. S. C. 
ROBERT A. KNOERR .... Seneca. S. C. 
JAC E. KNUST .... Sparrows Point, Md. 
DAVID W. KORMANICKI Ridley Township, Pa. 

LINDA R. KUISMA Iselin, N.J. 

RALPH B. KUNZ Florence, S. C. 

RICHARD S. KUTZLEB . . . Freehold. N. J. 
LINDA J. LADD .... Williamston. S. C. 
GARY J. LADEN .... Mornstown, N. J. 
ROBERT L. LAFORGE . . Greenville, S. C. 

RALPH D. LAMAR Easley, S. C. 

DAVID M. LANDERS .... Nutley. N.J. 

LEWIS K. LANFORD .... Duncan, S. C. 
LARRY C. LANGLEY . . Travelers Rest. S. C. 
ALBERT F. LAREAU .... Sumter, S. C. 
WILLIAM A. LASHLEY, JR. . Columbia, S. C. 
FREDERICK L. LATHAM . . Hanahan, S. C. 
DONALD Mc. LAW Aiken, S. C. 

LESLIE M. LAWLOR . . . Newburgh . N. Y. 
ELAINE J. LAWRENCE . . . Aiken.S.C. 
LARRY L. LAWSON . . . High Point. N. C. 
TERRY M. LAWSON .... Belton. S. C. 
KENNETH W. LAKE . . . H.cksville. N. Y. 
ALVIN A. LEACH .... Effingham. S. C. 



GUY B. LEARY .... N. Augusta, S. C. 

DAVID L LEE Sumter, S. C. 

ROBERT P. LEE Dillon, S. C. 

THOMAS D. LEE Conway, S. C. 

TERRELL T. LEEKE . . . Simpsonv.lle. S. C. 
CHARLES M. LEGRAND . . Winnsboro, S. C. 



N.Charleston, S. C. 
. Woodruff, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
. Charleston, S. C. 
. Charleston, S. C. 
Kearny, N. J. 



JAMES A. LEHMANN 
RICHARD W. LEIZEAR 
JOSEPH W. LEMIRE . 
ROBERT C. LENHARDT 
GARY O. LEONARD . 
THOMAS F. LEONARD 

EDWIN O. LESLEY . . 

RONNIE H. LESLEY . 

JACK 0- LEVER, JR. . 

CHARLES G. LEWIS . 

DODGE P. LEWIS . . 

ALLAN W. LIBBY . Huntington Station, N. Y. 



Manning, S. C. 

Easley, S. C. 

Bethesda, Md. 

Anderson, S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 



GARY E. LIGI .... 
GARY A. LILLIS . . . 
DOUGLAS E. LIMBAUGH 
JAMES M. LINDSEY, JR. 
KENNETH L. LINDSEY . 
ROBERT A. LINER, JR. . 

GEORGE G. LINK . . . 
THOMAS P. LITTLE . . 
JESSE B. LITTLEJOHN . . 
JAMES V. LIVINGSTON . 
JAMES E. LOCKERY, JR. 
FRANCES E. LOCKLAIR . 



. . Astoria, N.Y. 

Greenport, N. Y. 

Easley, S. C. 

Manning, S. C. 

. Townville, S. C. 

Greenwood, S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 
Culberson, N. C. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 
. Columbia, S. C. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 
. Holly Hill, S. C. 



DENNIS H. LOCKWOOD . Hackensack, N. J. 
SANFORD H. LOEF . . . Gainesville, Ga. 
JOSEPH W. LOGAN . . . Chester, S. C. 
LARRY B. LONG .... Greenville, S. C. 

TERRY L. LONG Mauldin, S. C. 

NANCY L. LORD .... Greenv.lle, S. C. 

ROBERT S. LOWE . . . N. Augusta, S. C. 
HAROLD W. LOWRANCE, JR. N. Chas., S. C. 

PERRY I. LUPO Greenville, S. C. 

DAVID C. LYNCH . . . Willingboro, N. J. 
ROBERT A. LYONS, JR. . . . Marietta, Ga. 
MICHAEL L. McABEE . . . Piedmont, S. C. 

ANGELA C. McALISTER . . . Union, S. C. 
JEANETTE D. McALESTERS . Anderson, S. C. 
JACKSON E. McCANN, JR. . Abbeville, S. C. 
JOHN F. McCARTY . . Ware Shoals, S. C. 
ELIAS W. McCLELLAN . McClellanville, S. C. 
WILLIAM W. McCOLLOUGH . Sptbg., S. C. 



JOEL W. McCOMBS 



S. C. 



WILLIAM F. McCONNELL . Columbia, S. C. 



JOE W. McCOY . . . 
JOHN H. McDANIEL . 

glen d. Mcdowell . 

BONNIE C. McGEE . . 

CHARLES E. McGEE . . 
JAMES R. McGEE . . , 
CYNTHIA D. McGILL . 
WILLIAM C. McGINN . 
WILLIAM P. McGUIGAN 
SAMUEL K. McKEOWN 



Easley, S. C. 

. . Pickens, S. C. 

. Clemson, S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 

. Wheaton, Md. 

Orangeburg, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

. Fort Mill, S. C. 

. Abbeville, S. C. 

Roebuck, S. C. 




JUNIORS 
















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HERBERT M. McKENZIE . . 


N. Augusta, S. C. 


DOUGLAS C. McKINNEY . 


Greenville, S. C. 


JAMES F. McKINNEY . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


ROBERT A. McKINNEY, JR. 


. Greenville, S. C. 


VICTOR G. McKOY . . 


. Sumter, S. C. 


JEWELL P. McLAURIN 


. . Dillon, S. C. 


DAVID A. McLELLAN . . 


. . Dillon, S. C. 


JOHN L. McMURRAY . . 


. . Greer, S. C. 


JOHN N. McNAIR . . . 


Jackson, S. C. 


JOHN M. McTAMNEY . 


. Trenton, N.J. 


MARGARET L. MACAULEY 


. Mt. Morris, N. Y. 


MARY D. MACKAY . . 


Orangeburg, S. C. 


JAMES F. MANESS . . . 


. Annandale, Va. 


BRENDA S. MANLEY . . 


. Rock Hill, S. C. 


JOHN R. MANN . . . 


Orangeburg, S. C. 


GLENN M. MANNING . 


. Barnwell, S. C. 


PATRICIA A. MANSFIELD 


. Columbia, S. C. 


SHERRY L MARCHBANKS 


Clemson, S. C. 


BRUCE W. MARSHALL 


. Claymont, Del. 


ALFONSO K. MARSHALL 


. . . Selma, Ala. 


CHARLIE R. MARTIN . . 


. Beaufort, S. C. 


JERRY B. MARTIN . . . 


. Columbia, S. C. 


LINDA M. MARTIN . . 


. Clemson, S. C. 


ROBERT E. MARTIN . . 


Gray Court, S. C. 


SCOTT A. MARTIN . . 


. Rock Hill, S. C. 


NORMAN T. MASSEY . 


Greenville, S. C. 


LOUIS B. MATHIS, JR. . 


Timmonsville. S. C. 


VICTORIA A. MATTIS . 


. Camden, S. C 


JOHN T. MAULDIN . . 


Greenville, S. C 


DENNIS L. MAUNEY . 


Greenwood, S. C 



BEN A. MAYNARD . . . Simpsonville, S. C. 
JAMES L. MAYS .... Allendale, S. C. 
RICHARD D. MEDLIN . . Williamston, S. C. 
EUGENE S. MELLARD, JR. Summerville. S. C. 
HENRY L. MELLICHAMP III . Clemson, S. C. 
ROBERT J. MELVILLE . . Statesville, N. C. 

MELVIN S. MERCK .... Six Mile, S. C. 

FRITZ I. MERKEL .... Cocoa Beach, Fla. 
JOSEPH S. MICHALOWSKI, JR. Sumter. S. C. 
ALEXANDER MIDDLETON, JR. Columbia, S. C. 
WILBUR K. MILHOUS .... Olar, S. C. 
GEORGE F. MILLER, JR. . Greenville, S. C. 



JAMES A. MILLER 
JAMES D. MILLER 
JAMES I. MILLER 
JOHN E. MILLER 
JOHN M. MILLER 
LARRY M. MILLER 



. . Clemson, S. C. 
. . Walhalla, S. C. 

. Anderson, S. C. 

. Anderson, S. C. 

. Greenville, S. C. 

Johnsonville, S. C. 

RICHARD C. MILLER . . Greenville, S. C. 
THELBERT J. MILLIGAN, JR. . . Loris. S. C. 
JOHNNIE F. MILTON. JR. . Lake City. Fla. 
JOHN P. MINCEY . . . Winnsboro, S. C. 
ANTHONY J. MIRABELLI . . Bellport, N. J. 
STAFFORD M. MISHOE .... Loris, S. C. 



ANN S. MITCHELL . 
JOHN D. MITCHELL . 
DANNY R. MIXON 
JAMES R. MOBLEY . 
OSCAR F. MOLIN, JR. 
FRANCES M. MOLL . 



Easley, S. C. 
Anderson, S. C. 
. Sumter. S. C. 
Anderson, S. C. 

Sea Cliff, N.Y. 

Clemson. S. C. 



CARTER E. MONTGOMERY . Columbia, S. C. 
RONALD J. MONTGOMERY Myrtle Bch., S. C. 

GARY T. MOORE Sumter, S. C. 

HARRY G. MOORE, JR. . Chattanooga, Tenn. 
VERNON W. MOORE, JR. . Andrews. S. C. 
DONALD R. MORGAN . . . Mantua. N.J. 



JOHN W. MORGAN III . 


. Columbia, S. C. 


WILLIAM F. MORGAN . 


. . lnman,S. C. 


GEORGE N. MORRELL . 


. Matawan.N.J. 


ANNE C. MORRIS . . . 


. Columbia, S. C. 


FRED P. MORRIS . . Av 


ondale Estates, Ga. 


JAMES H. MOSELEY, JR. 


. Clemson, S. C. 


STEPHEN C. MOSELEY . 


Tampa, Fla. 


KATHY L. MOSS . . . 


. Blacksburg. S. C. 


THOMAS C. MOSS . . 


Cameron, S. C. 


MATTHEW M. MOSSMAN 


. Cincinnati, Ohio 


EUGENE F. MOYER . . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


PAUL J. MUCCINO . . 


Seneca, S. C. 


ROGER L. MULL . . . 


Easley, S. C. 


JOHN MULLEN III . . 


. . Sumter, S. C. 


WADE C. MULLINNIX . 


. . Pickens. S. C. 


DAVID L. MULLIS . . . 


. Gastonia, N. C. 


JAMES W. MUNN . . . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


CHARLES M. MURPHREE 


. . . Easley, S. C. 


JOE H. MURRAY, JR. . 


. Harleyville. S. C. 


DAVID M. MYERS . . . 


. Ashland, Ohio 


PAUL C. MYERS . . . 


Winter Haven, Fla. 


RICHARD S. NEEDHAM . 


. Milford, Conn. 


PETER E. NELSON . . . 


Medfield, Mass. 


MARVIN E. NETTLES . . 


. Ridgeland, S. C. 


CHARLES M. NEWMAN 


. . Sumter, S. C. 


JAMES A. NEWMAN 


. . Sumter. S. C. 


MICHAEL D. NEWMAN . 


. . Inman.S. C. 


DONALD A. NEWTON . 


. . McColl, S. C. 


NATHAN S. NEWTON . 


. . Clemson, S. C. 


JUDI A. NICKS . . . . 


Decatur, Ga. 



ALFRED C. NIX Sene 



S. C. 



JUDITH A. NORVILLE . . . Grover, N.C. 
WILBER J. NUNES . . . Greenville, S. C. 
RICHARD L. OBORN . . . Sanford. N. C. 
MICHAEL A. O'CONNELL . Greenville, S. C. 
WILLIAM T. O'CONNOR . . Brevard, N. C. 

JAMES C. O'DELL Union, S. C. 

WILLIAM H. OGLESBY, JR. . N.Chas.. S. C. 
LESTER R. OLIVER .... Hartsville, S. C. 
BRADLEY J. O'NEAL .... Fairfax, S. C. 

BARRY L. ORNITZ Seneca, S. C. 

WAYNE R. OSEF Rahway, N.J. 

MARY A. OSTEEN .... Anderson, S. C. 
COLEMAN C. OWENS, JR. Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
HORACE P. PADGETT, JR. Spartanburg, S. C. 
EVERETTE O. PAGE . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
JEFFREY T. PALMER . . . Winter Park, Fla. 
MARGARET F. PALMER . . Clemson, S. C. 

WILLIAM R. PALMER . . . Gaffney, S. C. 
AUBREY W. PARKER .... Dillon, S. C. 

LINDER M. PARKER Cades, S. C. 

CLAUDE A. PARKS III . . Charlotte. N. C. 
WILLIAM PARNELL . . Calhoun Falls, S. C. 
HARRY B. PARTTOW, JR. . . Rock Hill, S. C. 







JUNIORS 








CHARLES W. PATE . . . Charleston, S. C. 
PAUL D. PATRICK III . . Charleston, S. C. 
RAYMOND L. PATRICK . . . Tennille, Sa. 
CHARLTON B. PATTERSON, JR. Sptbg., S. C. 
DONALD F. PATTERSON . Frenchtown, N. J. 
JAMES O. PATTERSON . Spartanburg, S. C. 



JOHN A. PATTERSON . 
MICHAEL D. PATTERSON 
SAMUEL J. PATTERSON . 
WILLIAM G. PEARCE . . 
RAYMOND T. PEDEN . . 
HARVEY S. PEELER, JR. . 

JAMES B. PEEPLES, JR. . 
KENNETH A. PENLAND . . 
MARY E. PENNINGTON . 
BRENDA L. PEPPLE . . . 
STANLEY V. PEREZ Santo Dc 
KENNETH G. PETRUSKY . 



MICHAEL R. PHILLIPS 
RANDALL C. PHILLIPS 

TERRY W. PHILLIPS . 
LARRY D. PHILPOTT . 
G. DAVID PITNER . . 
ELIZABETH PITTS . . 



. Easley, S.C. 
Greenwood, S. C. 
. Tell City. Ind. 
Charleston, S. C. 
. Piedmont, S. C. 
. Gaffney, S. C. 



■ille 



Sta 



S.C. 

S.C. 

S.C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
ningo, Dom. Rep. 
. Rahway, N.J. 



Charleston, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 

Gaffney, S. C. 
Walhalla, S.C. 

Florence, S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 



WILLIAM N. POE, JR. 
JAMES W. POLATTY 
BOBBY J. POOLE . . 
RUSSELL E. PORGES 
DAVID G. PORTER . 
RUSSELL A. POSTON 



Greenville. S. C. 

. . Ninety Six, S.C. 

North Charleston, S. C. 

. Highland Park, N.J. 

. . Spartanburg, S. C. 

Hanahan, S. C. 



ANN M. POWELL . . . 
HAROLD B. POWELL, JR. 
CHURCHILL C. POWERS 
WILLIAM B. S. PRESSLY 
WILLIAM W. PRESSON . 
RICK V. PRIDDY . . 

ROBERT M. PRIDMORE 
THOMAS E. PROPES . . 
JOHNNY H. PURSER . 
EDWARD S. PUSEY . . 
EDMOND M. RAGSDALE 
DIANNE D. RAILTON 

ARNOLD J. RAMSEY . . 
GEORGE D. RANKIN . 
CHRISTOPHER K. RASH 
JAMES W. RATLIFF III . 
CHARLES H. RATTERREE 
DANNY A. RAWL . . . 



FREDDY H. RAY . 
GEORGE D. RAY . 
LAWRENCE K. RAY 
BRUCE E. RAYLE . 
HARRY M. REED. JR. 
WILLIAM M. REESE 



Anderson, S. C. 

. . Eglm AFB, Fla. 

Bennettsville, S.C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

. . Monroe, N. C. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Hickory Grove, 
Anderson, 
Clemson, 



S.C. 
S.C. 
S.C. 



Charleston, S. C. 



Easley 

Columbia 

. Pauline 
Clemson 

Anderson 

Columbia 
Rock Hill 

Woodbm. 



S.C. 
S.C. 

S.C. 
S.C. 
S.C. 
S.C. 
S.C. 
!, Ga. 



HARRY B. REINDOLLAR . 
RICHARD W. RENTZ . . 
DAVID M. REUTER . . 
WILLIAM B. RHODES III 
WILLIAM E. RHYMER. JR. 
JONATHAN C. RICE III . 



. Clinton. S.C. 
Clemson, S.C. 
Walhalla, S. C. 
Richmond, Ind. 
. North, S.C. 
Columbia, S.C. 



. Coatesville. Pa. 

. Beaufort, S. C. 

Charleston. S.C. 

Charleston, S.C. 

. Winnsboro, S.C. 

Ware Shoals, S. C. 



DANNY W. RICHARDSON 
GEORGE E. RICHARDSON 
VIRGINIA D. RICHBOURG 
RICKARD, JOHN C. . . 
ROBERT S. RIDDLE . . 
ERNEST L. RINEHART . . 



JACOB S. RISER . . 
MORRIS R. RITCH III 
CHARLES E. RIVERS . 
ELLEN B. ROBBINS . . 
JOHN E. ROBERTS III 
JAMES V. ROBERTSON 



. Conway. S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 

Florence, S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

Gastoma. N. C. 

Greenwood, S. C. 

. Bowman, S. C 
Charlotte, N. C 
, Thomson, Ga 
. Rock Hill, S. C 
. Chester, S. C 
Fairburn, Ga 



WILLIAM T. ROBERTSON 
WILLIAM E. ROBINSON 
DONALD E. ROCHESTER 
JEFFREY C. ROCKWELL 
HARRY H. RODEN . . 



Spartanburg, S. C. 

Gaffney, S. C. 

. . Seneca, S. C. 

Orangeburg, S. C. 

Waynesboro, Va. 



DAWN S. RODGERS . Winston-Salem, N. C. 



DAN M. E. ROGERS 
GEORGE M. ROGERS 
JACOB R. ROGERS . 
PHILLIP D. ROGERS , 
RONALD W. ROOF . 
DEL A. ROSEBROOK . 



Williamston, S. C. 

Orangeburg, S. C. 

. . Dillon, S. C. 

Easley, S. C. 

Lexington, S. C. 

N. Charleston, S. C. 



GLENN H. ROSS Taylors, S. C. 

JEFF W. ROWELL, JR. . . . Easley, S. C. 
CHARLES R. RUTLAND . Orangeburg, S. C. 
RICHARD RYDAROWSKI . E. Meadow, N. Y. 
DAVID L. SADOWSKI . . Oak Ridge. Tenn. 
MELVIN E. SAMMONS . . Greenville, S. C. 



DARRYL P. SANDERS . . 
GUY S. SANDERS . . . 
JAMES R. SANDERS . . 
WM. P. SANDIFER, JR. . . 
KENNETH W. SARTAIN . 
WILLIAM D. SAVERANCE 

THOMAS W. SAWYER . 
ROBERT SCESNY . . . 
JAMES F. SCHAFFER . . 
DALE R. SCHIELKE . . . 
KENNETH W. SCHMIDT . 
KENNETH W. SCHNEIDER 



Anderson, S. C. 

Bamberg, S. C. 

Gaffney, S. C. 

Bennettsv.lle, S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 

. . Annandale, Va. 

. . Monetta.S. C. 

Bellport, L. I., N.Y. 

Johns Island, S. C. 

. Titusville, N.J. 



Baldv, 



Md. 



Clifton, N. J. 



RAYMOND H. SCHNEIDER Pennsauken, N. J. 



MALBEE R. SCOTT . . 
THOMAS D. SCOTT . . 
S. BRUCE SEAWRIGHT , 
EULALIE Y. SEEL . . . 
ROBERT M. SEGARS . . 

WILLIAM M. SELF . . 
ATHANASIOS SEMBOS , 
JOHN E. SETTLE . . . 
FRANKIE M. SETZLER . 
CHAS. L.SHACKELFORD 
DONALD T. SHEALY . . 

WILLIAM D. SHELLEY . 
ROBERT N. SHELTON . 
GLENN D. SHEPHERD . 
THEODORE P. SHERTZER 
JOHN P. SHIELDS . . 
HEYWOOD O. SHIRER . 



Jacksonville, Fla. 
Charleston. S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
. Rahway, N.J. 
Darlington, S. C. 



Greenwood, S. C. 

Patras, Greece 

Columbia, S. C. 

. Whitmire.S. C. 

Cedar Grove, N. J. 

Seneca, S. C. 

. . . Latta.S. C. 

Arlington Hghts., Ill 

Greenville, S. C. 

. . Baltimore, Md. 

. Neptune, N.J. 

. . Sumter, S. C. 



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PAUL R. SHISH Pittsburgh, Pa. 

FARLEY S. SHULER . . . Columbia, S. C. 
THOMAS S. SHULL, JR. . . Annapolis, Md. 
ANDREW G. SIDRONY . . Metuchen, N. J. 
EVERETT W. SIEDSCHLAG, JR. W. Cola., S. C. 
JOHN M. SIMMONS, JR. . Mountville, S. C. 

KENNETH B. SIMMONS. JR. . Columbia, S. C. 
RICHARD D. SIMMONS . . . Seneca, S. C. 

MARK A. SIMS Greenville, S. C. 

FRANK J. SINGLETARY . . Coward, S. C. 
GLEN E. SINGLETARY .... Miami, Fla. 
WALTER F. SKILTON . . . Andalusia, Pa. 



T. MARION SLATON . 
WILLIAM H. SLOAN . 
ROBERT L. SMALSER . 
ALLEN D. SMITH . . 
EUGENE A. SMITH, JR. 
GAYLE D. SMITH . . 



Tignall, Ga. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Englishtown, N.J. 

Greenville, S. C. 

St. George, S. C. 

. . Sumter, S. C. 



GERALD W. SMITH 
HENRY J. SMITH . 
JACKIE W. SMITH 
KIRBY H. SMITH . 
RAOUL L. SMITH 
RONALD D. SMITH 



Madison, S. C. 
. . Saluda, S. C. 
Norcross. Ga. 
Orangeburg, S. C. 
Walterboro, S. C. 
. Piedmont, S. C. 



ROY T. SMITH, JR Clinton, S. C. 

SALLY A. SMITH Rome. Ga. 

THOMAS M. SMITH . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
WM. SOUTHWOOD SMITH . Bluffton, S. C. 
CHARLES K. SMOAK . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
STEPHEN F. SMOAK . . . Rock Hill. S. C. 

VINCE C. SMORAL .... Danville, Va. 
FREDERICK J. SNELL, JR. . Tarpon Spgs., Fla. 
DORIS A. SNOW . . . Simpsonville, S. C. 
ROWENA G. SOBCZYK . . Clemson, S. C. 
JOHN I. SOUTHERLAND . Greenwood, S. C. 
SAMUEL R. SPANN. JR. . Myrtle Beach, S. C. 



FRANK W. SPENCER III 
JAMES H. SPENCER, . 
THEODORE SPETNAGEL 
JANET M. STAEDELI 
DONALD T. STEGALL . 
BRENDA G. STEPHENS 



Savannah, Ga. 

Monroe, N. C. 
Kingsport, Tenn. 

Clemson, S. C. 
Anderson, S. C. 
Anderson, S. C. 



RONALD K. STEPHENS . Spartanburg, S. C. 

DAVID L. STEPP Jonesville. S. C. 

RICHARD M. STEPP . . . Greenville, S. C. 
ARDEN W. STEWART . . Orangeburg. S. C. 
DWIGHT L. STEWART, JR. . Florence. S. C. 
MICHAEL T. STEWART . . Lake City, S. C. 



TESSA LEAH STEWART 
LOUIS P. STITH, JR. . 
JAMES L. STOKES . . 
BRICE M. STONE . . 
LOUIS E. STOREN . 
MELINDA N. STOUT . 



. Greenville, S. C. 
Sullivans Island. S. C. 
. . Johnston, S. C. 

McCormick, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

High Point, N.C 



FRANK R. STREET . . , 
WILLIAM E. STRONG, JR. 
JACK A. STROUD, JR. . 
WILLIAM R. STUART . * 
WILLIAM G. STURGIS . 
TOMMY S. SUIT . . . 



Greenwood, S. C. 
. Charleston, S. C. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 
. Clemson, S. C. 
. Rock Hill, S, C. 
Anderson. S. C. 



DANNY R. SUTHERLAND . Greenwood, S. C. 
RICHARD H. SUTHERLAND . Abbeville. S. C. 

COLE B. SUTTON Marietta, Ga. 

MICHAEL L. SWEENEY . . Jacksonville, Fla. 
STEPHEN J. SWEENEY . . . Nitro, W. Va. 
JAMES R. SWINDELL . . . Newberry, S. C. 

THOMAS W. TALBERT, JR. . Columbia, S. C. 



JOHN B. TAMSBERG 
GEORGE D. TAWES . 
JAMES B. TAYLOR, JR. 
ROBERT S. TEMPLETON 
MARK H. TENNANT . . 



Charleston, S. C. 

. . Crisfield, Md. 

. . Greenville, S. C. 

. . Suitland, Md. 

North Augusta, S. C. 



RONALD S. TILLOTSON . Colo. Springs, Colo. 



DALE L. THEILING . . 
GOODWIN G. THOMAS . 
WILLIAM R. THOMAS . 
JAMESINE E. THOMPSON 
MARION C. THOMPSON 



Charleston, S. C. 

. Rock Hill, S. C. 

. Carlisle. S. C. 

Hartsville, S. C. 

Manning, S. C. 



RAY E. THOMPSON .... Sumter. S. C. 
WALTER P. THOMPSON . Spartanburg, S. C. 
WILLIAM W. THOMPSON . . Dover, Del. 
WILLIAM R. THOMSON . Honea Path, S. C. 
DAVID A. THOMY .... Sumter. S. C. 



ROBERT R. THORNTON . Glenn Spr 



S. c. 



RONNY P. TOWNSEND . . Anderson, S. C. 
JOHN D. TRAYHAM . . Ware Shoals, S. C. 

SALLY TRIPP Greenville, S. C. 

JAMES W. TUCKER, JR. . . . Easley, S. C. 
JOHN W. TUCKER, JR. . Charleston. S. C. 
JOHN P. TURNER .... Columbia, S. C. 



CAROLE N. TYSON . . 
WILLIAM C. ULLERY . 
RONALD R. UNDERHILL 
LEWIS D. VARADY . . 
LESLIE G. VAUGHAN . 
DANIEL L. VEHORN . 



Pendleton, S. C. 
Columbia, S. C. 
Sarasota, Fla. 
Elizabeth, N.J. 
Dorchester, S. C. 
Anderson, S. C. 



JOE H. VENABLE Easley, S. C 

WILLIAM E. VERROSS . . . Hinesville, Ga 
ARTHUR H. VON ROEMER Colchester. Conn 
DOUGLAS E. WADDELL . . Woodruff, S. C 
WILLIAM R. WALDEN . . . Moore, S. C 
JACK O. WALKER . . . Columbia. S. C 



WALTER V. WALL, JR. 
JACK L. WALTERS . 
ANGUS H. WARREN 
EMILY B. WARREN . 



Edgefield, S. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 
. Mauldin.S. C. 



CHARLES T. WATERS . North Augusta, S. C. 



JERRY C. WATERS Gr 



, S. C. 



KATHY C. WATKINS . 
MARY F. WATKINS . . 
WILLIAM I. WATSON . 
DOUGLAS G. WAITERS 
ERNEST W. WEAVER, JR. 
LAWRENCE E. WEAVER 



Ware Shoals, S. C. 
Greenwood, S. C. 
Woodleaf, N. C. 
. . Sebring, Fla. 
. Lake City, S. C. 
Shelby, N. C. 



NELSON T. WEAVER . . 
WILLIAM D. WEBB . . . 
WILLIAM C. WEBSTER . . 
THOMAS T. WEINBRENNER 
JAMES L. WELLS . . . 
WELSH, THOMAS S. . . 



Greenville, S. C. 
Columbia. S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 
. Stockton, Calif. 
Greenwood, S. C. 

B.shopville, S. C. 




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RALPH E. WEMPE . . . 


. Sumter 


S. C. 


JAMES R. WENDT . . . 


Houston, 


Texas 


EDWARD A. WENZ . . 


. Edison 


N.J. 


GEORGE F. WHALEY . . 


Charleston 


S. C. 


JOHN E. WHARTON . . 


Laurens 


S. C. 


GEORGE D. WHEELER . 


Saluda 


S. C. 


MARY A. WHITAKER . . 


. . A, ken 


S. C. 


DANIEL R. WHITE . . . 


Gaffney 


S. C. 


KILLOUGH H. WHITE III 


. Chester 


s. c. 


STEPHEN H. WHITE . . 


. . Maco 


n, Ga. 


ROBERT K. WHITNEY . . 


Clemson 


s. c. 


CHARLES B. WHITTAKER 


Margate 


N.J. 



WILLIAM D. WILBURN, JR. Greenwood. S. C. 
WILLIAM H. WILEY II . Moncks Corner. S. C. 
HAROLD S. WILKINSON . Charlotte. N. C. 

JAY S. WILLER Dayton, Ohio 

ANN L.WILLIAMS .... Hodges. S. C. 
DAVID F. WILLIAMS . . Greenwood, S. C. 



JAMES N. WILLIAMS, JR. 
WALTER L. WILLIAMS . 
DARRA D. WILLIAMSON 
JAMES F. WILLIAMSON 



Anderson, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
. . Lons, S. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 



ROBERT C. WILLIAMSON Collingsworth, N. J. 
DONALD C. WILSON . . . Easley. S. C. 



DOUGLAS C. WILSON . 
PEGGY L. WILSON . . 
RAY L. WILSON, JR. . . 
MICHAEL S. WINBURN . 
MICHAEL B. WINGO 
WILLIAM R. WISE III 

RICKY A. WISHER . . . 
JAMES H. WITHERSPOON 
JUDITH C. WOLPER . . 
STEPHEN L. WOOD . . 
MILDRED A. WOODHAM 
AUBURN WOODS III . . 

GROVER L. WOODS, JR. 
ALICIA T. WOODSIDE . 
MICHAEL C. WORKMAN 
G. FRED WORSHAM, JR. 
DIANE S. WRIGHT . . . 
JAMES G. WRIGHT . . 



Laplata, Md. 
Pendleton, S. C. 
. Dillon, S. C. 
. Patrick, S. C. 
. Inman.S. C. 
Abbeville. S. C. 



. Rock Hill, S. C. 
. Greenville. S. C. 

Summerville, S. C. 
. Woodruff, S. C. 
. Hartsville, S. C. 

. Hartsville, S. C. 

. . Pelzer, S. C. 
. Columbia. S. C. 
. Woodruff, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 
Clemson, S. C. 
Coral Gables, Fla. 



LARRY W. WYATT Seneca, S. C. 

CHARLES R. YEARGIN . . Greenville, S. C. 
CHARLES C. YONGUE . . Columbia, S. C. 
DARRELL M. YOUNG . . Timmonsville, S. C. 
JAMES C. YOUNG . North Charleston, S.C. 
VIVIAN E.YOUNG .... Sumter, S. C. 

CECIL G. YOUNGBLOOD . Hardeeville, S. C. 
RICHARD D. YOUTZ .... Lebanon, Pa. 

LARRY W. YULE York, S. C. 

W. THOMAS YURIK . . . Fair Play, S. C. 
BRUCE D. ZAMAN .... Durham, N. C. 
HORACE P. ZEBBS . . . Indianapolis. Ind. 

JEFFREY C. ZIEGLER . . . Gaffney. S. C. 
R. CHARLES ZIMMERMAN . Greenville, S. C. 
WILLIAM J. ZIMMERMAN Orangeburg, S. C. 
OTTO M. ZOLLINGER .... Rome. Italy 
HERBERT W. ZOOK . . . Jacksonville, Fla. 



DONALD N. ZUPA 



Niagara Falls, N.Y. 




SOPHOMORES 

Men will find that they can prepare with mutual aid 
far more easily what they need, and avoid far more 
easily the perils which beset them on all sides, by united 
forces. 

— Benedict Spinoza. 




STEVE SMITH 
Treasurer 



NANCY JO MOBLEY 
Secretary 



LARRY MclNTYRE 
Vice-President 



HUGH CRAWFORD 
President 




SOPHOMORES 





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JOHN R. ABEL . . . . 


. Wayne Pa 


RICHARD W. ABRAHAMS 


. Great Neck, N. Y. 


BRAINARD C. ACKLEY . 


. . Salisbury, Md. 


JAMES P. ACQUAVIVA . 


. Rockaway. N. J. 


JEFFREY W. ADAMO . 


. Baltimore, Md. 


ELIZABETH R. ADAMS . 


Annapolis, Md. 


IRA L. ADAMS, JR. . . 




JOHNNY A. ADAMS . . 


Saluda, S. C. 


ROBERT B. ADAMS . . 


Kensington, Md. 


JACK H. AFFLECK . . 


Big Spring, Texas 


WM. G. AGNEW, JR. . 


Lookout Mtn.,Tenn. 


ROBERT W. AINES . . . 


. Springfield. Va. 


ELOISE J. ALBRECHT . . 


Isle of Palms, S. C. 


JOHN M. ALEXANDER . 


Central, S. C. 


KEVIN M. ALEXANDER . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


RONNIE C. ALEXANDER 


. Greenville, S. C. 


CHARLES D. ALLEN . . 


Bennettsville, S. C. 


ELDON E. ALLEN, JR. . 


Aynor, S. C. 


JOHN R. ALLEN . . . 


. Kingstree, S. C. 


THOMAS W. ALLGOOD 


Elberton, Ga. 


DONALD B. ALLISON, JR 


. . Aiken, S. C. 


CALVERT C. ALPERT . . 


. . Sumter, S. C. 


STEPHEN L. ALTMAN . 


Lake City, S. C. 


GEORGE W. ANDERSON, 


JR. Gastonia, N. C. 


JACK E. ANDERSON 


Travelers Rest, S. C. 


SAYGE H. ANTHONY . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


SANDY L. ARLEDGE . . 


Cayce, S. C. 


EDWIN R. ARMACOST II 


. Westminster, Md. 


DOUG P. ARMISTEAD . 


Decatur, Ga. 


KENNETH K. ASHLEY . 


Williamston, S. C. 


HAL E. ASHMAN . . . 


Houston, Texas 


ROBERT A AUSTIN 


. . . Fairfax, Va. 


SAMUEL W. AUSTIN . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


JUDITH A. BABB . . 


Greenwood, S. C. 


HENRY T. BAGNAL . . 


. . Sumter, S. C. 


JULIA M. BAILES . . 


Greenwood. S. C. 


JOHN D. BAILEY . . 


Gray Court, S. C. 


BEVERLY F. BAKER . . 


Summerville. S. C. 


CLAY E. BAKER, JR. . . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


RICHARD J. BALENTINE 


Greenville, S. C. 


GEORGE C. BALLENTINE 


. . Peapack, N. J. 


ELLEN KAY BANKE . . 


Anoka, Minn. 



DEBORAH L. BARKER . . . St. Louis, Mo. 
JAMES E. BARNETTE . . . Pendleton, S. C. 
RONALD P. BARNETTE . . . Barnwell, S. C. 
WILLIAM M. BARNWELL Yonges Island, S. C. 
JAMES H. BASS. JR. . . . Camden, S. C. 
PAULO. BATSON III . . . Marion, S. C. 



PEGGY M. BATSON . 
WILBUR N. BAUMANN 
HAROLD D. BAYNE . 
THOMAS A. BEAN 
ROBERT J. BEASLEY . 
WILLIAM C. BEATTIE . 



. Greenv.lle, S. C. 
. Cambridge, Md. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
New Orleans, S. C. 
. Charleston, S. C. 
. Rumson.N.J. 



ROBERT M. BEHLING . . . Newton, N.J. 
EDWARD M. BELKEN . . . Sumter, S. C. 
JOSEPH J. BELKNAP . '. . Lynbrook, N. Y. 

DWAYNE M. BELL Belton. S. C. 

THOMAS M. BELL Lodge, S. C. 

WALTER P. BELOUIN .... Union, S. C. 



LOWELL E. BELUE Union, S. C. 

WILLIAM L. BENDT . . . Charleston, S. C. 
EDGAR L. BENJAMIN, JR. , Mountville, S. C. 
RONALD P. BERRY . . . Belvedere, S. C. 
WILBERT BEVERLY . . . Bennettsville. S. C. 
C. W. BIGELOW, JR. . Winston-Salem, N.C. 

CHRISTOPHER D. BINNICKER Orgebg., S. C. 

JAMES L. BISHOP Taylors, S. C. 

ROBERT S. BISKER .... Salisbury, Md. 

CALVIN D. BLACK Lando, S. C. 

CHRISTOPHER A. BLACK . Riverside. Conn. 
JAMES D. BLACK Nichols, S. C. 



LARRY A. BLACK . . . 


Greenville 


S. C 


MANUEL P. BLACK, JR. . 


Orangeburg 


S. C 


RICHARD A. BLACK . . 


. Chester 


S. C 


J. ROGER BLAKELY, JR. 


. . Ora 


S. c 


JOHN H. BLITCH, JR. . 


Bishopville 


s. c 


WADE B. BLOUNT . . . 


Belvedere 


s. c 


NANCY E. BLUMEL . Mad 


son Township 


N.J 


FRANK M. BOGGS . . 


Charleston 


s. C 


KERI A. BOLDING . . . 


Lyman 


s. c 


JOHN D. BONNETTE . . 


Clemson 


s. c 


TONEY C. BOOZER . . 


. . Inman 


s. c 


CHARLES L. BOPP. JR. . 


Roxboro, 


N.C 


MICHAEL E. BORKE . . 


Charleston 


s. C 


CHARLES J. BOST . . 


Spartanburg 


s. c 


JOSEPH L. BOSTICK, JR. 


. Pamplico 


s. c 


DAVID E. BOWEN . . . 


. Antreville 


s. c 


JOSEPH W. BOYKIN . . 


. Rock Hill 


s. c 


ROBERT L. BRACEY . . 


Darlington 


s.c 



W. GLENN BRACKIN . . . Columbia, S. C. 
WILLIAM C. BRADLEY . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
HERBERT BRANHAM, JR. . Charleston, S. C. 
ARNOLD A. BRANNEN . . Great Falls, S. C. 
ARTHUR E. BRANTLEY, JR. Orangeburg, S. C. 
HAROLYN F. BRATCHER . . Belton, S. C. 



DOUGLAS W. BRAUN . 
JAMES S. BRAWLEY . 
WM. N. BREEDLOVE, JR. 
RONALD L. BRIDWELL , 
RANDALL A. BRIGGS . 
JOSEPH B. BRIGHT . . 



Leesburg, Fla. 
. Salisbury, N.C. 
Mt. Pleasant, S.C. 
.- Greenville, S.C. 
. Ft. Myers, Fla. 
. Ashev.lle, N.C. 



KENNETH L. BRIGHT . . Greenville, S. C. 

FORREST B. BRITT Nichols. S.C. 

WILLIAM T. BROADWATER . Woodsboro, Mo. 
DONNA M. BROOKS .... Loris. S. C. 
HENRY C. BROOKS .... Conway, S. C. 
JEFFREY E. BROOKS . . Wilmington, Del. 



JOHN V. BROOKSHIRE 
ROBERT W. BROOME . 
BRUCE O. BROWN 
CLARA E. BROWN . . 
DAVID A. BROWN . 
DONALD E. BROWN . 



Ande 



Dn, S.C. 



Charleston, S. C. 

Ware Shoals, S.C. 

Anderson, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

. Greenville, S. C. 



GREGORY R. BROWN . . . Gasport, N.Y. 
HERBERT W. BROWN, JR. . . Easley, S. C. 
ROBERT W. BROWN . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
RODGER E. BROWN . . . Jamaica, N.Y. 
DIANNE S. BROWN .... Hartwell, Ga. 
ROBERT G. BRUNDAGE . . Mahwah, N.J. 






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JAMES A. BRUORTON . . . Conway, S. C. 

JIM P. BRYAN Allendale, S. C. 

WILLIAM L. BRYANT . . Bishopville. S. C. 
WILLIAM F. BRYSON, JR. . Greenville, S. C. 

ORVIS B. BUIE Lancaster, S. C. 

RICHARD E. BULLOCK . Cream Ridge, N. J. 



COLLINS A. BURBAGE . 
PALMER R. BURCHSTEAD 
ALLEN H. BURNS . . . 
DUNCAN K. BURNS . . 
STEVEN O. BURNS . . . 
GEORGE A. BUTLER . . 

HERBERT E. BUTLER . . 
WILLIAM R. BUTLER . . 
TROY R. BUZHARDT . . 
WILLIAM S. BYNUM II . 
LANNY A. BYRD . . . 
CHARLES W. CALDWELL 

SUSAN E. CALLISON . , 
LEWIS C. CAMERON . 
ALVIN L. CAMPBELL. JR. 
EDWIN M. CAMPBELL . 
GEORGE T. CAMPBELL . 
HAROLD B. CAMPBELL . 

SARA T. CAMPBELL . . 
CHARLES D. CANN . . 
PEGGY J. CANN . . . 
FRANK W. CANNON . 
WALLACE N. CANTRELL 
DANIEL F. CARD . . . 



Summerville, S. C. 
. . Reidv.lle, S. C. 

. Rock Hill, S. C. 
. Charleston, S. C. 

Orangeburg, S. C. 
Aynor, S. C. 

. . Tryon.N.C. 

Lynchburg, S. C. 

Batesburg, S. C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
. Branchville, S. C. 
. . Roanoke, Ala. 

Greenwood, S. C. 

. Ninety Six, S. C. 

. . Anderson, S. C. 

Bowling Green, Va. 

. . Liberty, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

. Charleston, S. C. 

. Anderson, S. C. 

. Greenville, S. C. 

. . North. S. C. 

Easley, S. C. 

Fountain Inn, S. C. 



ROBERT C. CARLTON, JR. Spartanburg, S. C. 
MICHAEL F. CARPENTER . Charleston. S. C. 
JOHN C. CARRINGTON . . Swansea, S. C. 
JOHN N. CARSON .... Beaufort, S. C. 
DANNY M. CARTER . . Walterboro, S. C. 
MARION E.CARTER .... Elliott. S. C. 



TED E. CARTER . . 
BRADLEY D. CARY . 
NEALL W. CASE . . 
PATRICIA J. CASEY 
BRENDA K. CASH . 
NORMAN M. CASON 

VERN CASSADAY 
FRANCIS N. CASSADY . 
MICHAEL L. CATTO . . . 
NIXON E. CAWOOD . . 
DAVID N. CHALMERS . . 
DENNIS D. CHANDLER 

STEPHEN CHANDO. JR. . 
JERRY O. CHAPMAN . . . 
BERNARD R. CHAPMAN. JR. 
JOHN D. CHAPPELL . . . 
ARTHUR A. CHARLAND . 
WILLIAM H. CHASTAIN . 



. Fort Mill, S. C. 

Leesville, S. C. 

Falls Church, Va. 

Clemson, S. C. 

. . Pickens, S. C. 

Abbeville, S. C. 

Greenwood, S. C. 

. . Bassett.Va. 

. . Pauline, S. C. 

Augusta, Ga. 

. Oxon Hill, Md. 

Towaco. N. J. 

. Bethlehem, Pa. 

. . Easley, S. C. 

. . Chas., S. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 

Spencer, Mass. 

Mauldin, S. C. 



SUSAN E. CHEEK .... Greenville. S. C. 
WALTER CHILDSON. JR. . Philadelph.a. Pa. 
CHRISTOPHER C. CIPPERLY Wash'gton, D. C. 
JAMES N. CLARK . . . Greenville. S. C. 
JAMES S. CLARK .... Arlington, Va. 
WM. P. CLELAND. JR. . . Charlotte, N. C. 



J ER I H. CLINKSCALES . 
ROBERT A. CLONINGER 
EARL R. CLOWERS . . 
WILLIAM M. CLYBURN 
JOHN M. COAKLEY . 
DANIEL E. COBB . . . 



Anderson, S. C. 
Gastonia, N. C. 
Anderson, S. C. 

Camden, S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 
Easley, S. C. 



DONALD M. COGGINS 
SAM R. COKER . . . 
KEITH L. COLE . . . 
STANLEY P. COLE . . 
JAMES K. COLEMAN . 
ROBERT C. COLEMAN . 

WILLIAM H. COLEMAN 
WILLIAM R. COLEMAN 
SANEORD C. COLLEY . 
PATRICIA E. COLN . . 
CECIL W. COMER . . 
THOMAS J. CONDON 



Spartanburg, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

West Pelzer, S. C. 

Langley, S. C. 

. . Inman.S. C. 

Greenville, S. C, 

. Townville. S. C. 

Clearwater, S. C. 

Tavares, Fla. 

. Greenville. S. C. 

. . Union. S. C. 

Alexandria. Va. 



THOMAS R. CONKLIN . . Stamford, Conn. 
SUSAN K. CONLEY .... Atlanta, Ga. 

ROBERT G. COOKE Easley, S. C. 

FRANCIS D. COOPER . Harrington Park, N. J. 
JERRY L. COOPER .... Rock Hill, S. C. 
NOAH B. COOPER. JR. . . Mullins, S. C. 



RONALD E. COOPER . 
HEATH C. COPELAND 
WM. E. COPELAND, JR. 
JUDITH M. CORN . . 
SUSAN COTHRAN . . 
EDWARD J. COTTRELL 



. Columbia. S. C. 
. . Clinton, S. C. 
Orangeburg, S. C. 
. Mauldin.S. C. 
. Anderson. S. C. 
Orangeburg, S. C. 



LARRY B. COURTNEY . . Lake City, S. C. 
JAMES W. COX .... Abbeville. S. C. 

JERRY W. COX Marion, S. C. 

JOHN D. COX Belton, S C. 

PATSY A. COX Pickens, S. C. 

ROBERT A. COX .... Pamplico, S. C. 

WILLARD B. COX Easley. S. C. 

MARY E. CRAIG Camden. S. C. 

KEENAN G. CRAIGO . . Greenville. S. C. 
ROGER D. CRANFORD . . . Chester, S. C. 
CLAUDIUS H. CRAWFORD St. Shephen. S. C. 
JAMES E. CREECH . . . Charleston, S. C. 

JOHN W. CREEL Conway, S. C. 

WILLIAM R. CREEL .... Florence. S. C. 

DON M. CRIBB Sumter. S. C. 

NEIL S. CRISP Mountville.S. C. 

BARBARA L. CROMER . . Columbia, S. C. 
DURWARD C. CROMER, JR. . Blackville, S. C. 



MICHAEL J. CROMER . 
GLENN F. CUEMAN 
ALICE L. CULBERTSON 
CHAS. M. CULBERTSON 
FRANCIS B. CULLER . 
JAMES W. CULP . . 



Greenville, S. C. 

Honea Path. S. C. 

Honea Path, S. C. 
Ware Shoals, S. C. 
Orangeburg, S. C. 
. . Inman.S. C. 



R. C. CUNNINGHAM, JR. . Baltimore, Md. 
JOHN M. CURRIE .... Arlington, Va. 
ERNEST D. CURRY . . . Greenville, S. C. 
HUBERT J. DANDRIDGE III Cottageville. S. C. 
C. W. DANGERFIELD. Jr. . Moncks Cor., S. C. 
DAVID F. DANSBY . . . Ware Shoals. S. C. 



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LYNN Z. DANTZLER .... Santee, S. C. 
GRAHAM W. DARDEN.JR. Greensboro. N. C. 
GEORGE M. DAUGHERTY . Greenville, S. C. 
LEROY S. DAVIDSON . . . Chester, S. C. 
GLENN E. DAVIS .... Rock Hill, S. C. 
GUY W. DAVIS .... Greenville. S. C. 

JIMMY R. DAVIS Gaffney, S. C. 

JOSEPH E. DAVIS, JR. . . . Sumter, S. C. 
PEMBROKE W. DAVIS, JR. . . Augusta, Ga. 
THOMAS W. DAVIS, JR. . . Columbia, S. C. 
BENJAMIN L. DAWKINS . Greenville, S. C. 
EDWARD C. DA WSEY . . . Aynor, S. C. 

REBECCA H. DEEOOR . Westminster, S. C. 

PHILIP G. DEGEN Sumter. S. C. 

JERRY G. DELAUGHTER . . Edgefield, S. C. 
PERRY B. DELOACH . . Walterboro, S. C. 
JAMES E. DELOACHE .... Easley, S. C. 
FRANK R. DELUCA .... Atlanta, Ga. 

ALAN R. DEMAREST . . West Babylon, N. Y. 
CHARLES J. de MELKER . . Florissant. Mo. 
JONES R. DEMPSEY, JR. . . Barnwell, S. C. 

DEMPSEY, TONY R Varnv.lle, S. C. 

JOHN G. DENTON . . North Augusta, S. C. 
KENNETH W. DETWILER . Columbia, S. C. 

JOHN P. DeVEAUX . . Sullivans Island, S. C. 
LAWRENCE W. DICKENSON Belvedere, S. C. 
RONALD W. DJUREN . Prospect Park, N. J. 
WESS M. DOBSON .... Central, S. C. 
CATHY L. DODDS . . . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
EMILY D. DONALDSON . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 



WILLIAM F. DONALDSON . Annapolis, Md. 



ALLEN W. DONNALLY 
JAMES W. DORN . . 
THOMAS G. DOSS . 
MILLARD W. DOWD 
WILLIAM K. DOZIER 



. Charleston. S. C. 

. Charleston, S. C. 

Wapakoneta, Ohio 

Burlington, N. C. 

Conway, S. C. 



ARTHUR H. DRIGGERS . . . Atlanta, Ga. 

AL D. DROEGE Charlotte, N. C. 

BARBARA K. DUCKER . . Pendleton, S. C. 
GEORGE M. DUCWORTH . Anderson, S. C. 
LYMAN A. DUCWORTH, JR. Williamston, S. C. 
JAMES D. DUKES . . . Orangeburg, S. C. 

TOMMY A. DUNCAN .... Belton.S. C. 
MICHAEL L. DUNLAP . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

CATHY V. DUNN North, S. C. 

KEVIN J. DUNN . . West Hempstead, N.Y. 
WILLIAM A. DUNN .... Donalds. S. C. 
CHARLES H. DuPRE . . Spartanburg, S. C. 



TOMMY L. DUTTON 
MANFRED DWORSCHAK 
NED M. EADDY . . . 
EDWARD B. EARLE. JR. 
DOUGLAS B. EASON . . 
RONALD W. ECK . . . 



, . Griffin, Ga. 
. Charleston, S. C. 

Johnsonville. S. C. 

. . McBee, S. C. 
New Canaan, Conn. 
. Kenilworth, N.J. 



HENRY C. EDENS III .... Dalzell, S. C. 
DONNIE J. EDGAR . .'. . Seneca, S. C. 
JAMES H. EDWARDS III . . Sumter, S. C. 
JAMES K. EDWARDS . Gallivants Ferry, S. C. 
MARVIN S. EDWARDS. JR. . . Lyman, S. C. 



MICHAEL C. EDWARDS 



Che 



, S. C. 



THOMAS B. EDWARDS . . Ninety Six, S. C. 
W.JEAN EDWARDS . . . Wellford, S. C. 
WILLIAM N. EDWARDS . . . Mullins, S. C. 
BEVERLY EGGER . . Margarita. Canal Zone 
GEORGE D. EHNAT Hilton Head Island, S. C. 
LLOYD L. ELDER .... Silver Spring, Md. 



LINDA K. ELKIN . . 
CRAIG D. ELLEFSON 
ROGER N. ELLIOTT . 
JAMES J. ELLIS, JR. . 
PHILIP A. ELLIS . . 
WILLIAM H. N. ELLIS 



. Greenville, S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

Decatur, Ga. 

. Cincinnati, Ohio 

Simpsonville, S. C. 

Ft. Monroe, Va. 



CURTIS H. ELLISON . . . Greenville, S. C. 
DANIEL R. ELLISON . . Williamston, S. C. 
F. STEPHEN ELLISON . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

LARRY E. ELMORE Greer, S. C. 

WILLIAM H. ELROD . . Travelers Rest, S. C. 
GREG S. ENZOR .... Huntington. N. Y. 



RICHARD E. EPPES . 
DAN W. EVANS, JR. . 
JAMES E. EVANS, JR. 
MICHAEL E. EVANS . 
WILLIAM E. EVANS . 
JIMMIE W. EVATT 

JOHNNY S. EVERETTE 
RICHARD W. EYLER 
JOHN K. FAIREY, JR. 
N. KENYON FAIREY . 
ROBERT J. FAIREY . 
MICHAEL S. FEDDER 



Greenville, S. C. 

Santee, S. C. 

Newberry, S. C. 

Timmonsville, S. C. 

. . Sumter, S. C. 

. Greenville, S. C. 

Piedmont. S. C. 
Westminster. Md. 
. Denmark, S. C. 
. . Latta, S. C. 
Orangeburg, S. C. 
Easley, S. C. 



MARC M. FEINBERG . . . Philadelphia. Pa. 
WILLIAM F. FERGUSON . . Clover, S. C. 
JOSEPH E. FEWELL, JR. . . . York. S. C. 
LEWIS M. FICKEN . . North Augusta, S. C. 
RICHARD B. FILLYAW . . Columbia, S. C. 
HARRY W. FINDLEY . . . Anderson, S. C. 



WILLIAM G. FINLEY . 
RONALD F. FISHER . 
TOMMY J. FLEMING . 
WILLIAM H. FLEMING 
DONALD H. FLETCHER 
CAROLE R. FLITTER . 



. Easley, S. C. 

Decatur, Ga. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Abbeville, S. C. 
Ridgeland, S. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 



LEE M. FLOWERS, JR. . . Hartsville. S. C. 

JOHN W. FLOYD Conway, S. C 

MARION R. FLOYD .... Conway, S. C. 

BETTY C. FOLK Newberry, S. C. 

ROBERT E. FORBES .... Dayton, Ohio 
GWIN H. FORRESTER . . . Clemson. S. C. 



DANIEL D. FOSTER . 
RICHARD H. FOSTER 
DOUG R. FOUSHEE . 
J. LADD FOWLER . 
RONNIE W. FOWLER 



Charleston, S. C. 
. Port Royal, Va. 
. Clinton, S. C. 
. Rock Hill, S. C. 
Williamston, S. C. 



CECIL E. FOXWORTH, JR. Georgetown, S. C. 

PATTERSON W. FOY. JR. . Springfield, S. C. 
THOMAS N. FRANCE, JR. Rockingham, N. C. 
WILLIAM J. FREDERICK . . St. James, N. Y. 
WILLIAM J. FREE . . . Greenwood, S. C. 
THOMAS A. FRIDY III . . . Inman. S. C. 
CHARLES R. FRONEBERGER . Gastonia, N. C. 








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BENJAMIN H. FRYE . Galivants Ferry, S. C. 
FRED T. FUGIEL . . Wadmalaw Island, S. C. 
GEORGE W. GAGE III . . Fort Mill, S. C. 

STANLEY D. GA I LEY Iva, S. C. 

STEPHEN E. GALES . . . Anderson, S. C. 
DAN H. GANBLELL . . . Greenwood, S. C. 



ROBERT D. GARCES . . . 
CARL R. GARDNER . . . 
HARRY D. GARDNER . . C 
WILLIAM T. GARRETT, JR. . 
DAVID L. GARRISON . . . 
JAMES W. GARTHE . . . 



Jacksonville, Fla. 
Lake View, S. C. 
nnaminson, N. J. 

. Pelzer, S. C. 

Rock Hill. S. C. 

. Dover, N.J. 



JOHN W. GEESLIN . . 
CURTIS C. GENTRY . 
SUZANNE GEORGE . 
ALEXANDRA GEORGEO 
LAWRENCE W. GHENT 



. Falls Church, Va. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 
. . Elkton, Md. 
Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
. Rock Hill, S. C. 



ROBERT M. GIAIMO . Washingtonville, N. Y. 



JACK W. GIBSON Sumter, S. C. 



JIMMY L. GIBSON . . 
BRUCE H. GILBERTSON 
WILLIAM P. GILCHRIST 
EDWIN F. GILLINGHAM 
DAVID G. GILSTRAP . 

L. EARL GILSTRAP, JR. . 
ROBERT L. GILSTRAP . 
ROSS E. GIUNTA . . 
CHARLES J. GLENN . 
RONALD E. GLENN . . 
WADLEY R. GLENN . . 



. Easley, S. C. 
Plainfield, N.J. 
Rock Hill, S. C. 
. Clemson, S. C. 
Brevard, N. C. 

Easley, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Fairlawn, N.J. 

. Union. S. C. 

. Ravenel, S. C. 

Atlanta, Ga. 



JOHN A. GLINN Richmond, Va. 

EBEN D. GODBOLD .... Florence. S. C. 
MOULTRIE R. GODFREY, JR. Charleston, S. C. 
DAVID H. GOLLY . . . Jacksonville, Fla. 
JAMES B. GOOCH .... Central, S. C. 
RICHARD W. GOODING . Ridgewood, N. J. 

WILLIAM E. GORDON . . Charleston, S. C. 
MICHAEL R. GOUGH . W. Winfield, N. Y. 
ALLISON E. GRAHAM .... Barnet, Vt. 
CHARLES A. GRAHAM, JR. . Sptbg.. S. C. 
RICHARD L. GRAHAM . . La Canada, Calif. 
ANDREW C. GRAMLING III Orangbg., S. C. 



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HASKELL E. GRANT . . 


. . Pickens, S. C. 


JIMMY D. GRANT . . . 


Seneca, S. C. 


KENNETH D. GRANT . 


. . Pickens, S. C. 


WALTER T. GRANT . . 


Chester, S. C. 


GEORGE M. GRAY . . 


Martinez, Ga. 


JAMES A. GRAY . . . 


Bethesda, Md. 


WILLIS H. GRAY . . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


JERRY B. GREEN . . . 


Graniteville. S. C. 


JOHN W. GREEN . . . 


Beaufort, S. C. 


RONALD L. GREEN, JR. 


Greenville, S. C. 


EDWARD N. GREEN . . 


. . Pickens. S. C. 


JAMES M. GREENWOOD 


. Greenville, Tenn. 


GARY J. GREER . . . . 


Greer, S. C. 


JAMES R. GREER . . . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


DANNY E. GREGG . . 


. Columbia, S. C. 


THOMAS W. GREY . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


RANDALL P. GRIFFIN . 


. . Six Mile. S. C. 


JOHN D. GRIFFITH . . 


Barnwell. S. C. 



HOWARD R. GRIGGS 


. Hartsville 


s. c. 


JAMES M. GRIGGS . . 


. Hartsville 


s. c. 


JOHN M. GROCHOWSKI 


. Philadelph 


a, Pa. 


STEVEN A. GROOVER . 


. East Pom 


t, Ga. 


G. KURT GROSZ . . . 


. Short HMIs 


N.J. 


EDWARD C. GRUNDY . 


Columbia 


S. C. 


BARRY L. GULLEY . . . 


. Lancaster 


S. C. 


JAMES H. GULLY . . 


Worcester, 


Mass. 


BARBARA A. GUNTER . . 


Spartanburg 


s. c. 


JOHN M. HAAS . . . 


Charleston 


s. c. 


ARTHUR L. HADDOCK . 


. . Atlant 


3, Ga. 


ALECIA A. HADDON . 


. Due West 


S. C. 


ALICE M. HADDON . 


. Due West 


S. C. 


HERBERT H. HAIGLER . 


Cameron 


S. C. 


DAVID F. HALL, JR. . . 


. Pennsville 


N.J. 


DAVID N. HALL .... 


Mt. Ulla, 


N. C. 


HARRIET A. HALL . . . 


Anderson 


S. C. 


WILLIAM A. HALL . . . 


Englishtown 


N.J. 


WILLIAM P. HALL . . 


. . Sumter 


S. C. 


LYDIA L. HAMILTON . 


. Greenv.lle 


S. C. 


NORMAN B. HAMILTON . 


Newport New 


s, Va. 


JACQUELINE C. HAMMOND Eau Galli 


5. Fla. 


WILLIAM H. HAMMOND 


Greenwood 


S. C. 


JAMES R. HANAHAN 


. . Atlanta, Ga. 


ELIZABETH C. HANCOCK, 


. . Olnev 


, Md. 


JOHN F. HANZEL . . . 


Greensboro, 


N.C. 


DAVID M. HARDIN . . 


Laurens 


S. C. 


THOMAS H. HARGROVE 


Walterboro 


S. C. 


JEREL D. HARMON . . 


. Prosperity 


S. C. 


LEON C. HARMON . . 


Lexington 


S. C. 


BERNARD C. HARPER . 


Charleston 


S. C. 


LAWRENCE O. HARPER . 


. Charlotte, 


N.C. 


FRANCES M. HARRELL . 


. . Aiken 


s.c. 


JOE S. HARRELL . . . 


Columbia 


s. c. 


MICHAEL P. HARRIS 


Greenville 


s.c. 


CHARLES W. HARRISON 


. . Roebuck 


s.c. 



STEVEN J. HARROWER . . Asheville, N. C. 
RICHARD M. HART, JR. . . Mauldin, S. C. 
M. LENOIR HARTZLER . . . Camden. S. C. 
BRADY M. HARTZOG . .N. Charleston, S. C. 
ALTON L. HARVEY . . Deerfield Beach. Fla. 
ALFORD HASELDEN . . Georgetown, S. C. 

WILLIAM H. HASSKAMP . Bennettsville, S. C. 
ETHEL J. HAWKINS .... Central, S. C. 
WILLIAM H. HAYDEN III . Myrtle Bch„ S. C. 

JOE T. HAYES III Dillon, S. C. 

LINDA E. HAYES Taylors, S.C. 

PHILIP R. HAYES Mayo, S.C. 



JAMIE L. HAYWOOD , 
WILLIAM M. HEATH . 
MALCOLM E. HEATON 
LARRY D. HEFNER . 
AUGUST E. HEINS, JR. 
RALPH B. HEMPHILL 



Charleston, S. C. 
Lancaster, S. C. 

Anderson. S. C. 

Charlotte, N. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 

Greenville, S.C. 



CHRIS W. HENDERSON . New Ca 



Con 



L. H. HENDERSON, JR. 
GEORGE B. HENDRICKS 
PHIL L. HENDRICKS . 
STEPHEN E. HENDRICKS 
CHARLES M. HENDRIX . 



. Chester. S. C. 

. Bethune, S. C. 

. Greer, S.C. 

Columbia, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 




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SOPHOMORES 




JAMES D. HENDRIX . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
RICHARD E. HENKEL . . Waynesboro, Va. 
FORREST A. HENRIKSEN . . Palmyra, Pa. 
STEPHEN B. HENRIKSON . E. Northport, N. Y. 
DALE R. HENRY . . . Maggie Valley. N. C. 
DICKEY S. HENRY .... Conway, S. C. 



JOHN L. HENSEL . . 
CARL F. HENSON . . 
DAN M. HERLONG . 
MILTON S. HESTER . 
DARRYL R. HICKMAN 
DANNY D. HICKS . 



Columbia, S. C. 

Seneca, S. C. 

Johnston, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

. . Aiken, S. C. 

Great Falls, S. C. 



DONALD C. HICKS . . . Charleston, S. C. 

NANCY L. HICKS Aiken, S. C. 

EUGENE F. HIGGINS . . Amityville. N. Y. 
WILLIAM G. HILDEBRAND . Camden, S. C. 
CHRISTOPHER C. HILL . . Roebuck, S. C. 
RONALD G. HIMMEL . . Greenville. S. C. 

ANDREW H. HINES . . St. Petersburg, Fla. 
RODGER F. HINTON .... Pickens, S. C. 
MARY L. HOCKENBERRY Slippery Rock, N. C. 
JERRY W. HODGE . . . Greenville, S. C. 
JOEL M. HOEFER .... Columbia, S. C. 
HOLLEN L. HOFFMAN . . Greenville, S. C. 



CURTIS S. HOGAN, JR. . 


. Columbia, S.C 


SUSAN G. HOLCOMBE . 


Largo, Fla. 


SANDRA A. HOLDEN . . 


. Clemson, S. C 


LAURIE A. HOLLEMAN . 


Summerv.lle, S.C 


DAVID A. HOLLOWAY 


. Florence, S. C 


DAVID M. HOLMES . . 


. Gaffney, S. C 


BILLY B. HOMAN . . . 


Jacksonv.lle. Fla 


PATRICIA L. HOOD . . 


Rock Hill, S.C 


GEORGE L. HOOPER . 


Greenville, S. C 


HENRY L. HOPPER . . N 


orth Augusta, S. C 


DONALD J. HORRES . . 


Charleston, S. C 


JOHN J. HORRES . . . 


John's Island, S. C 


CALVIN T. HOWLE . . 


Lancaster, S. C 


ANNA R. HUDGENS . . 


Mountville, S. C 


PAUL HUGHES, JR. . . 


Columbia, S. C 


RANDY P. HUGHES . . 


Neeses, S. C 


KENNETH R. HULL . . 


. Pickens, S. C 


MORGAN R. HUMPHREYS 


JR. Cheraw, S.C 



THOMAS C. HUMPHRIES . Spartanburg. S. C 
ROBERT T. HUNT, JR. . . Spartanburg, S. C 
GEORGIA E. HUNTER . . Newberry, S. C 

ALLAN HURT. JR Easley. S. C 

GEORGE L. HUSTLER . . Walterboro, S. C 
RICHARD L. HYATT .... Pauline, S. C 

PAMELA J. HYATT Wayne. Pa 

ALEXSANDRA C. HYDER . . Anderson, S. C 
STEPHEN P. INGLIS .... Marietta. Ga 
JOHN W. IRVING . . Berkeley Hghts., N.J 
WILLIAM A. IVESTER . . Greenville, S. C 
DANNY C. IVEY Seneca, S. C 

DONALD F. JACKSON, JR. . . Greer, S. C 
EVELYN C. JACKSON . . . Camden, S. C 
I ELAND A. JACKSON . . Batesburg. S. C 
PHILIP W. JACKSON . . . Camden, S.C 
HAROLD S. JAMES .... Union, S.C 
JOSEPH D.JAMES Aiken, S.C 






WILLIAM S. JARRELL . 
JOHN H. JAY . . . 
GAIL D. JEFFCOAT . . 
BRUCE W. JENKINS . 
GUY A. JENKINS . . . 
WAYNE D. JENNINGS . 

DEXTER G. JETER . . . 
DON E. JOHNSON . . 
MICHAEL L. JOHNSON 
MILLEDGE A. JOHNSON 
ROBERT Mc. JOHNSON 
STEPHEN D. JOHNSON 



Georgetown, S. C 

Douglasville, Ga 

Columbia, S. C 

. . Dalton, Pa 

. Asheville N.C 

Stratford, Conn 

Ware Shoals, S. C. 
. . Clinton, S. C. 
. . Aiken, S.C. 
. N. Augusta. S. C. 
. . York.S. C. 
Pompano Bck, Fla. 



CASEY B. JONES .... Great Falls. S. C. 
DAVID L. JONES . . . North Augusta, S. C. 

GEORGE T. JONES Loris, S. C. 

GREGORY A. JONES . . . Anderson, S. C. 

JANIE P. JONES Coumbia.S. C. 

JOE K. JONES. JR. . . . Greenv.lle, S. C. 



JOHN B. JONES . . 
LENNOX K. JONES . 
ROBERT J. JONES . 
LEWIS A. JORDAN 
WILLIAM L. JORDAN 
JOHN W. JOSEY . . 

PHILIP H. JUMPER . 
MARTHA L. KAHLER 
IAN B. KAMEN . . 
WILLIAM R. KARPIK 
DAVID E. KASKIN . 
MARGARET E. KEE . 



Charleston, S. C. 
Anderson, S. C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
Myrtle Beach, S. C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
. Jacksonville. Fla. 



Swansea. S. C. 
Kershaw. S. C. 
Baldwin, N.Y. 
Anderson, S. C. 
Hampton, S. C. 
Rock Hill, S. C. 



BRADFORD L. KEENEY . . Anderson, S. C. 
NICKY J. KELAIDIS . . . Athens. Greece 
WARREN V. KELLAHAN . . Kmgstree, S. C. 

WILLIE J. KELLEY Olanta.S. C. 

GARY L. KELLEY Clemson, S. C. 

JAMES P. KELSEY Pickens, S. C. 

THOMAS L. KEMMERLIN . . Columbia, S. C. 

RONALD K. KERR Decatur, Ga. 

ANN E. KESTER Columbia. S. C. 

JOHN M. KIMBALL . . . Charleston. S. C. 
WILLIAM D. KIMBRELL . . . Sumter, S. C. 
HUBERT I. KINARD . . . Prosperity, S. C. 

LLOYD G. KING, JR. . . . Manning, S. C. 
ROACHEL D. KING . . . Society Hill, S. C. 
MARGARET N. KIRKLAND . Bamberg, S. C. 
BRIAN L. KLAPMAN . . . Camden, S. C. 
TED M. KLEMETTI . . . North Miami, Fla. 
STEPHEN W. KLINE .... Atlanta. Ga. 



MARY J. KNIGHT . 
JAMES A. KNIGHT . 
ROBERT R. KNOWLES 
KATHRYN W. KNOY 
DAVID A. KOCZAN . 
JIMMY D. KOON . 



Honea Path, S. C. 

Gray Court, S. C. 

Charleston. S. C. 

Bamberg, S. C. 

. . Edison, N.J. 

Ware Shoals, S. C. 



DAVID M. KOSS . . Richmansworth. England 
JUDITH A. KOSSLER . . Charleston, S. C. 
JUDSON A. KRAFT . . Miami Springs. Fla. 

DEAN H. KRESS Camden, S. C. 

PAUL K. KRIG .... Montgomery, Ala. 
JAMES W. KRONBERG . Wedgefield, S. C. 




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KEITH A. LALOR . . . 


Bangkok, Thailand 


KENNETH S. LAND . . . 


Conway, S. C. 


RICHARD V. LANDRUM . N. Charleston, S. C. 


JOHN W. LANEY . . . 


Bennettsville, S. C. 


MARIAN E. LANGFORD . 


Orangeburg, S. C. 


EDWARD B. LANGLEY . 


Greenville, S. C. 


DAVID J. LANK .... 


Salisbury. Md. 


MARGARET E. LATHEM . 


. Hartsville, S.C. 


WILLIAM J. LAUBACH . 


Allentown, Pa. 


FRANCES L. LAUREY . . 


Charleston, S. C. 


KENNETH L. LAWHON . 


. Hartsville, S. C. 


FRANCIS A. LAWTON 


Gastonia, N. C. 


ROBERT P. LAWTON . . 


. . York. S. C. 


C. WAYNE LAY . . . 


Seneca, S. C. 


JAMES M. LEAGUE . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


WILLIAM G. LEAIRD . . 


Jefferson, S. C. 


MARSHALL A. LEAMAN.JR 


. . Gr'wood, S. C. 


JOHN D. LEDFORD . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


FRANK C. LEE ... . 


. . Troy, S. C. 


LARRY E. LEE ... . 


Woodruff, S. C. 


STAN R. LEE 


Greenville. S. C. 


PHILIP J. LEGNETTI . . 


. Brooklyn. N.Y. 


THEODORE J. LEININGER 


. . Newark. Del. 


JOHN C. LEMACKS . . 


Walterboro, S. C. 


LAWRENCE W. LESEMANN 


Charleston, S. C. 


JOHN A. LESSLIE . . . 


. Rock Hill, S. C. 


STEVE J. LEWIER . . . 


Clarkston, Ga. 


EDGAR D. LIDE III . . 


. Hartsville, S. C. 


ARTHUR B. LINDLER . . 


Columbia, S. C. 


JOHN C. LINDSAY. JR. . 


Bennettsville, S. C. 


DONALD R. LINDSEY . . 


Bay Minette, Ala. 


RICHARD B. LINER . . 


Greenwood, S. C. 


TORRE J. LIPPI .... 


West Pittston. Pa. 


ROBERT L. LIPSCOMB . 


. Gaffney, S. C. 


JAMES D. LISKEY . . . 


Harrisonburg, Va. 


DAVID G. LITTLEJOHN . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


CHARLES W. LOCKABY 


. Liberty. S. C. 


JERRY L. LOLLIS . . . 


Ware Shoals, S. C. 


THOMAS W. LONG . . 


. . Saluda, S. C. 


JAMES M. LONGSHORE . 


Newberry, S. C. 


SAMUEL D. LOVE. JR. . 


. Gastonia, N. C. 


DONALD C. LOVETTE . 


Green Sea, S. C. 


GENE P. LUCIUS . . . 


Columbia, S. C. 


JOSEPH LUKOWSKI, JR. 


. . Union. S. C. 


ROBERT P. LUSK . . . 


. Pendleton, S. C. 


CHARLES M. LUTHER . 


Hartsville. S. C. 


BENJAMIN M. LYBRAND 


Swansea. S. C. 


CURTIS W. LYBRAND. JR. . 


Chas. Hghts, S. C. 


LOUIS B. LYNN . . . 


Darlington, S. C. 


THOMAS J. McARDLE, JR. 


. Greenville, S. C. 


JOHN D. McCABE . . . 


Kingstree, S. C. 


KEITH S. McCABE . . . 


Kingstree, S. C. 


WILLIAM M. McCABE . . 


Kingstree, S. C. 


WILLIAM R. McCLEAVE . 


. Rock Hill, S. C. 



WILLIAM M. McCLELION N. Charleston, S. C. 
ROBERT G. McCLESKEY . . Greenville, S. C. 
HAROLD W. McCLINTOCK, JR. . Ora, S. C. 
KIRK M. McCLOSKEY . . Washington. D. C. 
ANTHONY E. McCLURE . Johnson City. Tenn. 
MICHAEL H. McCLURE . . . Sumter, S. C. 






JOHN M. McCONNELL . . 


Anderson, S. C. 


KEITH 1. McCONNELL . . 


. Ephrata, Pa. 


KATHY A. McCORMICK . . 


Columbia. S. C. 


JAMES E. McCOY .... 


Greenville. S. C. 


BRENDA C. McCRARY . . 


. Clinton, S. C. 


WILLIAM R. McCRARY .. 


Florence, S. C. 


PATRICIA A. McCUEN . . 


. Taylors, S. C. 


HOWARD L. McCULLOUGH 


. Clemson, S. C. 


NANCY V. McDONELL . . 


. Leesburg, Fla. 


LARRY M. McELRATH . . 


. Greer, S. C. 


THOMAS R. McGEE . . . 


Tazewell, Va. 


LARRY F. MclNTYRE . . . 


Marion, S. C. 


ROGER D. McJUNKIN . . 


Pickens. S. C. 


CHARLES J. McKENZIE . . 


Greenwood, S. C. 


LESLIE E. McKENZIE, JR. . 


. . Dillon, S. C. 


PAUL A. McKIE ... No 


rth Augusta, S. C. 


JAMES L. McLESKEY . . . 


Anderson, S. C. 


WADE H. McMANUS. JR. . 


. Richburg, S. C. 


ROBERT G. McMASTER.JR. . 


Wmnsboro. S. C. 


LAWRENCE C. McMILLAN 


. Denmark, S. C. 


RICHARD F. McMILLAN, JR. 


. Bamberg, S. C. 


MICHAEL E. McNEILL . . 


Decatur, Ga. 


JANICE L. MABRY . . . 


Maitland, Fla. 


WILLIAM E. MABRY . . . 


. Carlisle. S. C. 


PERRY T. MACOMSON, JR. 


. . Shelby, N. C. 



DONALD C. MacVITTIE . . . Buffalo. N. Y. 

GEORGANN MAERTENS . . Central, S. C. 

WILLIAM MAKSYMOWICZ . . Johnston, R. I. 

BOBBY D. MALPHRUS . . Ridgeland, S. C. 

PHILLIP W. MALPHRUS Ridgeland, S. C. 



CAROL L. MANER . . 
NANCY A. MARCENGILL 
GUY H. MARINELLO . . 
CARLON L. MARTIN . . 
JAMES W. MARTIN . . 
RONALD L. MARTIN . . 

ROBERT G. MARTURANO 
DONALD MASUCCI . . 
BETTY J. MATTHEWS . . 
BARRY G. MATTOX . . 
WILLIAM P. MAYRANT . 
KENNETH A. MEANS . . 

ALAN G. MEDFORD . . 
JERRY A. MEEHAN . . 
BENJAMIN R. MEGGS . 
DWIGHT V. MEHAFFY . 
CHAS. W. MELLARD, JR. 
JOSEPH D. MELINK . . 

E. G. MERCER .... 
MITCHELL MERRITT . . 
THOMAS A. MESSICK . 
GORDON S. METSKY . 
THEODORE M. MEYER . 
ALLAN R. MEYERRIECKS . 

EDWARD MICAELS II . 
ROBERT W. MICHIE . . 
JOHN P. MICHANIS . 
SARA J. MIKOLAJCZYK . 
GEORGE K. MILAM 
RONALD W. MILAM 



. Garnett, S. C. 
Williamston, S. C. 
Jewett City. Conn. 
. . Aynor, S. C. 
Wmnsboro, S. C. 
Westminster. S. C. 

. . Camden, S. C. 
. Neptune. N.J. 
Scranton, S. C. 
Columbia. S. C. 
Kingstree, S. C. 
Clemson. S. C. 

. . Marietta Ga. 
. Pendleton, S. C. 
. . Florence, S. C. 
. Black R.ver. N.Y. 
. Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
Stratford, Conn. 

Georgetown, S. C. 

Conway, S. C. 

. N.Augusta, S. C. 

. . Summit, N.J. 

Greenwood, S. C. 

. Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

. . Buffalo, N.Y. 

Kensington. Md. 

Hanover, Md. 

Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

Sandy Springs, S. C. 

Statesville. N. C. 




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DANNY O. MILES . 
DAVID B. MILEY . . 
EARL L. MILLER . 
GREER MILLER . . 
MICHAEL A. MILLER 
ROBERT E. MILLER . 



Coward, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

Blythewood, S. C. 

. . Union, S. C. 

Easley, S. C. 



WILLIAM B, MILLIS . . . High Point, N. C. 
PAUL W. MIMS, JR. . . . Columbia, S. C. 
DAVID H. MITCHELL, JR. Hickory Grove, S. C. 
DAVID J. MITCHELL .... Folsom, Pa. 
NANCY J. MOBLEY . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
JESSE W. MOFFETT . . Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

ANTHONY G. MOORE . Moncks Corner, S. C. 
CHARLES G. MOORE . . . Moore, S. C. 
COLSTON H. MOORE, JR. Chesterfield, S. C. 
JIM L. MOORE .... Charleston, S. C. 
ROBERTA. MOORE . . Mountain Lakes, N. J. 
STEVEN C. MOORE . . . Darlington, S. C. 



WILLIAM B. MOORE . . 


. Columbia, S. C. 


BAYLUS K. MORGAN . 


West Union. S. C. 


DENNIS C. MORRIS 


N. Augusta, S. C 


ROBERT T. MORRIS II . 


. . Baltimore. Md 


TEDDY MORRIS, JR. . . 


Greenwood, S. C. 


THOMAS O. MORRIS, JR. 


Andrews, S. C. 


WILLIAM J. MORRIS . . 


Laurel Springs, N. J. 


RICHARD N. MOSS . . 


Charleston, S. C. 


RANDOLPH M. MOYER . 


. . Sumter, S. C 


GEORGE W. MOZINGO 


. Columbia. S. C. 


JOHN D. MULLEN . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


GARY L. MULLINS . . 


. Williston, S. C 


JOHN A. MULLIS . . . 


Greenville, S. C 


GLORIA E. MUNGO . 


. Rock Hill, S. C 


KEVIN L MURRAY 


Berlin, Md 


FRANKIE R. MYERS . . 


Seneca, S. C 


JESSE W. MYERS . . . 


Bennettsville, S. C 


JOHN D. MYERS . . . 


Mt. Pleasant, S. C 


ROBERT W. MYERS . . 


Greenville, S. C 


DANETTE E. NEEDHAM . 


. Milford, Conn 


CHARLES A. NELSON . 


Anderson, S. C 


RONNIE K. NETTLES . . 


. Ridgeland, S. C 


PAUL H. NEWTON . . 


. . McColl.S. C 


RONALD W. NEWTON 


Clemson, S. C 


BRUCE D. NORRIS . . 


. Alexandria. Va 


MYRA A. NORRIS . . 


Camden, S. C 


SAMMIE J. NORRIS . . 


Timmonsville, S. C 


MARK M. NOWAKOWSK 


Baltimore, Md 


ERIC B. NYGAARD . . 


Decatur, Ga 


MARSHA R. OATES . . 


Spartanburg, S. C 


ROY R. OATES . . . . 


Blackstock. S. C 


ROBERT M. OHANESIAN 


. Huntington, N.Y 


GUY L. OSBORNE . . 


Union. S. C 


FRANCIS M. OTT, JR. . 


Columbia, S. C 


SHERRIL A. OWEN . . 


. . Central, S. C 


DENNIS W. OWENS . . 


. . Duncan, S. C 


LEROY F. OWENS . . 


S.lver Spring, Md 


REBECCA E. OWENS . 


Easley, S. C 


JOHN J. OXFORD . . 


* Woodmere. N. Y 


BERNARD R. OZBOLT . 


Walterboro, S. C 


FRED M. PADGETT . . 


Walterboro, S. C 


COLE L. PAGE . . . 


Williston, S.C 



H. DAN PAGE Greenville, S. C. 

JOHN D. PAGE Hampton, S. C. 

ROBERT L. PAINE II . Atlantic Highlands, N.J. 
KERRY C. PAINTER . . Simpsonville. S. C. 
JOHNNY W. PALMER . . . Central, S. C. 
PETER W. PAPPAS .... Rock Hill, S. C. 



DANIEL F. PARKER . 
DAVID D. PARKER . . 
ROBERT M. PARKER . 
JOEL D. PARNELL . . 
LaBONNEY L. PARNELL 
JAMES H. PARSONS III 

DENNIS P. PATRICK . 
JAMES R. PATRICK . . 
JOHN E. PATTERSON . 
ROBERT G. PATTERSON 
HENRY R. PAYNE . . 
DAVID L PEACE . . 



Abbeville, S. C. 
Camden, S. C. 
South Belmar, N.J. 
. Anderson, S. C. 
Chas. Hghts., S. C. 
. Newberry, S. C. 

Pacolet Mills. S. C. 

Mystic Islands, N.J. 

. Charlotte, N. C. 

. . Clinton. S. C. 

Goose Creek, S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 



CHARLES R. PEARRE, JR. N. Charleston, S. C. 
WILLIAM J. PEARSON, JR. . Camp Hill, Pa. 
ALBERT C. PEDEN, JR. . . Simpsonville, S. C. 
GEORGIA A. PENDER . . . Arlington, Va. 
SAMUEL D. PENDERGRASS Greenwood, S. C. 
NEIL G. PENDRY Ramsey, N.J. 



ROBERT E. PERRY III . 
RAYMOND H. PETTIT, JR. 
THOMAS B. PETTIT III . 
CAROLYN M. PHILLIPS . 
CLARENCE E. PHILLIPS . 
ROBERT G. PHILLIPS . 



Brunswick, Ga. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 
Columbia, S. C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
. Lynchburg, S. C. 
. Walhalla, S. C. 



STEVE F. PHILLIPS . . . Brussels, Belgium 
HARRY E. PIERCE .... Kingstree, S. C. 
RAYMOND S. PILGRIM, JR. . Marietta, Ga. 
NORMAN B. PINTO . . Chester Springs, Pa. 
JAMES E. PITTMAN . . . Greenville, S. C. 
WESLEY M. PITTS, JR. . . Columbia, S. C. 

ROBERT M. PLANTE .... Chatham, N.J. 
MICHAEL E. PLATT .... Rock Hill, S. C. 

JOSEPH D. POOL Easley. S. C. 

JAMES L. POPE III Sterling. Va. 

JOSEPH H. PORTER Loris, S. C. 

LARRY E. PORTER .... LaFrance, S. C. 

CARL F. POSPISIL Union, N.J. 

GEELA B. POTEAT . . Restone Arsenal, Ala. 

WENDEL P. POTTS Aynor, S. C. 

CLINTON J. POWELL . . Charleston, S. C. 

IDA L. POWELL Fairfax, Va. 

MITCHELL R. POWERS . . Columbia, S. C. 

JAMES W. PREACHER . . . Ruffin.S.C. 

FRANK J. PRICE Roselle. N.J. 

BROOKS R. PRINCE . . . Greenville. S. C. 
JOHN W. PROHASKA II . Charleston, S. C. 
CAROL D. PUTMAN . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
JAMES R. PUTNAM .... Easley. S. C. 

KAREN L. QUICK Towson, Md. 

WILLIAM D. RAFFIELD . . Newberry, S. C. 
ANGELA W. RAINEY .... Starr, S. C. 
NANCY L. RAMPEY .... Central, S. C. 
TED N. RAMSEY .... Greenville. S. C. 
THOMAS B. RAMSEY .... Clover, S. C. 




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RICHARD D. RANDOLPH . 
PAUL M. RAUP , , . Her 
CHARLES E. RAYMOND. JR. 
PAUL E. REAVIS .... 
MICHAEL B. RECTOR . . 
JOSEPH S. REID . . . . 

SAMUEL F. REID, JR. . . 
AARON W. RENTZ . . . 
WALTER G. RESCORLA 
JACK B. REYNOLDS, JR. . 
JOSEPH W. REYNOLDS . 
MARK A. REYNOLDS . . . 

REYNOLDS. PEGGY A. . 
MICHAEL S. RICE . . 
SHARON L. RICE . . 
RICHARDS, JOSEPH D. 



. Stanley. N. C. 
dersonville, N. C. 

. Manning, S. C. 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

. . Greer, S. C. 

Woodruff, S. C. 

Fort Motte, S. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 

Glenside, Pa. 

. Columbia, S. C. 

Hanahan, S. C. 

. Asheville, N. C. 

Hartwell. Ga. 

Lumberton, N. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

. Lutherville, Md. 



ANDREW L. RICHARDSON Johnsonville 
WILLIAM C. RICHARDSON. JR. Sptbg. 



HENRY L. RICHBOURG, JR. 



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S.C. 
S. C. 



, S. C. 



RONALD L. RIDGEWAY . St. Matthews, S. C. 



Landenberg, Pa. 

Orangeburg. S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

Saluda, S. C. 

Greenville. S. C. 
Prospect Park. Pa. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
. Greenville. S.C. 
JON H. ROBINETT . . West Columbia, S. C. 
RONALD L. ROBINSON . . . Aiken, S.C. 



EARL K. RIGLER . . . 
TILDEN F. RILEY . . . , 
JAMES L. RIMER . . . 
JOSEPH A. RINEHART . 

HAROLD G. RISH . . . 
VITORIA RISSETTO . . 
JANICE R. ROBERTS . . 
OPHELIA J. ROBERTSON 



THOMAS M. ROBINSON 
JOHN D. ROESER . . 
FREIDA J. ROGERS . . 
JACKIE T. ROGERS . . 
VIRGINIA A. ROGERS . 
STEVE E. ROLLINS . . 



Clover. S. C. 
Wallingford, Pa. 

. Pickens, S.C. 

Woodruff, S. C. 
. Clinton. S.C. 
Greenville, S. C. 



JEFFREY D. ROSS . . North Miami Beach, Fla. 
PHILLIP J. ROWELL . . . Columbia, S. C. 

FAYE L. RUFF Columbia, S. C. 

KATHLEEN S. RULE .... Sheldon, S C. 
WILLIAM L RUMFELT . . Blacksburg, S. C. 
CHARLES H. RUMPEL III . Charleston, S. C. 

STEPHEN A. RUSSELL . West Hartford, Conn. 



WILLIAM B. RUSSELL 
MARION F. SADLER . 
PATRICIA A. SAGGUS 
STEVEN A. SANDBERG 
ERIC B. SANDERS . . 

JOHN L. SANDERS, JR. 
REBECCA L. SANDERS 
ROBERT R. SANDS . . 
PHIL E. SATTERFIELD . 
ALVIN E. SAUNDERS.JR. 
JEAN M. SAVERANCE . 

MARK G SAVITSKY . 
RICHARD E. SCATES. JR 
CHARLES F. SCHEID . 
FRED J. SCHILLING . . 
WILLIAM SCHLUPP . 
ROBERT C. SCHMIDT . 



. . Bethesda, Md. 

Leesville. S. C. 

. . Edgefield. S. C. 

. . Jamestown, N. Y. 

North Augusta, S. C. 

. . Rock Hill. S.C. 

Clinton, S. C. 

New Providence. N.J. 

Greenwood, S. C. 

. Orangeburg, S. C. 

Lamar, S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 

. . Gaffney, S. C. 

. Belle Mead. N.J. 

Old Westbury, N. Y. 

Cinnaminson, N. J. 

. OldTappan. N. J. 






MAX M. SCHREIBER . . . Camden, S. C. 
HOWARD L. SCHULZ . . . Vineland. N. J. 
OTTO H. SCHUMACHER . . Walhalla. S. C. 
CHARLES D. SCOTT . . Orangeburg, S. C. 

HAZEL E. SCOTT Elberton, Ga. 

KERRY D. SCOTT .... Charleston, S. C. 



STEPHEN C. SCOTT 
THOMAS B. SCOn 
WILLIAM T. SCOTT 
THOMAS F. SCURRY 
EDGAR A. SEARS . 
JOHN M. SEARS . 



. Liberty, S. C 
Lake View, S. C 
. Dillon, S. C 
Columbia, S. C 
. . Olar, S. C 



Ande 



s.c. 



Newberry, S. C. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 
. Charlotte, N.C. 
Clemson, S. C. 
Chesnee, S. C. 
HUBERT H. SETTLE Albany, Ga. 



DAVID B. SEASE . . 
MARTHA A. SEAY . . 
WILLIAM J. SEAY . . 
THOMAS L. SENN . . 
WILLIAM B. SCRUGGS 



WILLIAM S. SHANNON 
ROBERT C. SHARPTON 
GRADY I. SHEALY . , 
SANDRA M. SHEALY . 
FRANK J. SHELLEY . . 
VICTORIA E. SHELLEY 

WILLIE C. SHELLEY, JR. 
EDGAR G. SHELTON . 
TOM P. SHEPPARD . 
LARRY D. SHERMAN . 
ROBERT L. SHEWFELT . 



. . Westbury, N. Y. 

. . Orangeburg, S. C. 

. Ninety Six, S.C. 

West Columbia, S.C. 

. . Rockville, Md. 

Daytona Beach, Fla. 

Conway, S. C. 

. . Winter Park. Fla. 

. . Liberty, S.C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

. . Clemson. S. C. 



ARTHUR J. SHINNERS . W.Springfield, Mass. 



EDWARD L. SHIRLEY 
WILLIAM M. SHIRLEY 
BARON K. SHULER . 
HUBERT T. SHUBERT 
CHARLES A. SIBLEY . 
MICHAEL C. SIEBERT 



. Columbia, S.C. 

Honea Path, S.C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Jamestown, S. C. 

. Rock Hill, S.C. 

Laurens, S. C. 



CARL M. SIMMONS . . Burlington, N. C. 
K. ELIZABETH SIMMONS . Greenwood, S. C. 
NANCY F. SIMMONS . . . Pickens, S. C. 
HENRY G. SIMPSON . . . Lancaster, S. C. 

JOHN M. SIMS Central, S.C. 

GILES F. SINGLETON . . . Pickens. S. C. 

DONALD C. SLAUGHTER . Charleston, S. C. 

NANCY J. SLIKER Wayne, N.J. 

PAULA E. SLOAN Union, S C. 

MAX G. SMALLS .... Beaufort, S. C. 
CHARLES E. SMITH . . . Mountville, S. C. 
CLARENCE H. SMITH . . . Baltimore. Md. 

DAVID M. SMITH Norway, S. C. 

JEFFREY W. SMITH .... Concord, N. H. 
MILLEDGE S. SMITH . . . Columbia. S. C. 
ROGER B. SMITH .... Johnston, S. C. 
ROGER D. SMITH . . . Charlotte. N. C. 
SIDNEY L. SMITH .... Swansea, S.C. 

SIDNEY T. SMITH .... Bowman, S. C. 

TONY L. SMITH Anderson. S. C. 

WADE M. SMITH Wayne, Pa. 

WAYNE B. SMITH . . . Greenwood. S. C. 
WILLIAM A. SMOKE . . . Greenville, S. C. 
ROBERT F. SNYDER . North Charleston, S. C. 




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ALGERNON G. SOLOMONS . . Estill, S. C. 
RONNIE W. SPARKS .... Gaffney, S. C. 
JERRY W. SPRADLEY .... Aiken. S. C. 
GERALDINE W. STANFORD . Marietta, S. C. 
JOHN J. STANKIEWICZ . . Freehold, N. J. 
TAD A. STANLEY Sumter, S. C. 



LYNN B. STARLING . . 
VAN N. STEADMAN . . 
CLYBURN S. STEELE . . 
JOHN R. STEER . . . . 
M. SUSAN STEIN . . . 
MICHAEL K. STENSTROM 



. Lakeland, Fla. 

. Williston, S. C. 

Lancaster, S. C. 

Greenwood, S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 

Hender'ville, N. C. 



JAMES C. STEVENSON . . Great Falls. S. C. 
FREDERICK M. STEWART . . Lake City, S. C. 
ROBERT L. STEWART . . Greenville, S. C. 
JOHN M. STITH . . Sullivans Island, S.C. 
CHARLES V. STOLL . . . Kingstree, S. C. 
WILLIAM A. STOREY . . Greenville. S. C. 



JOYCE A. STOVALL . . 


McGuire AFB. N.J. 


VIRGINIA A. STOVER . 


. Blacksburg, S. C. 


PHILLIP N. STRAYER . 


. . . Atlanta, Ga. 


JOHN C. STREET . . . 


. Branchville, S. C. 


EUGENE G. STRIBLING 


. . . Lyman, S.C. 


CYNDY D. STRICKLAND 


. . Anderson, S. C. 


W. S. STRICKLAND. JR. 


. Georgetown, S. C. 


DAVID R. STROMAN . 


. Sumter, S. C. 


JOHN T. SUBER, JR. . 


Columbia. S. C. 


THOMAS W. SUBER . 


. Whitmire, S. C. 


BEN R. SULLIVAN . . 


Clemson, S. C. 


JAMES R. SURSAVAGE 


Andrews, N. C. 


DOMINIE J. SUSINI . 


Camden. N. J. 


MELINDA J. SUTTON . 


Marietta, Ga. 


MARION G. SWINK . 


. Effingham, S.C. 


JAMES D. SYFAN . . 


. Gainesville, Ga. 


ROBERT J. TALBERT . . 


North Augusta, S. C. 


THOMAS D. TALMAGE. 


JR. . . Eustis, Fla. 


KAMCHUEN P. TANG . 


. . . Hong Kong 


BILLY A. TAYLOR . . 


Johnsonville, S. C. 


DAVID E. TAYLOR . . 


. . Asheville, N.C. 


JAMES W. TAYLOR, JR. 


. . Greenville, S.C. 


LOUIS E. TAYLOR . . 


. Great Falls, S.C. 


MICHAEL W. TAYLOR 


. . . Aiken, S.C. 


STANLEY D. TAYLOR . 


Ware Shoals, S. C. 


STEPHEN E. TAYLOR . 


Greenwood, S. C. 


STEPHEN H. TAYLOR . 


. Myrtle Beach, S.C. 


THOMAS D. TAYLOR . 


. Honea Path, S.C. 


WILLIAM M. TAYLOR 


Atlanta, Ga. 


RICHARD D. TEAL . . 


Crescent Beach. S. C. 


ELIZABETH C. TEEPLE . 


. . Bedmmster, N.J. 


ROBERT C. TERRY . . 


. . . Martin, S.C. 


JAMES C. THIGPEN . 


Florence, S. C. 


B. CRAIG THOMAS . 


. . Rock Hill. S.C. 


DAVID L. THOMAS . . 


. . Warren, Ohio 


DAVID F. THOMPSON 


Greenville, S. C. 


DAVID W. THOMPSON 


Fairfax, Ala. 


EDW. H. THOMPSON, JR. , Gloucester, N. J. 


LARRY S. THOMPSON 


Columbia, S. C. 


TERESA C. THOMPSON 


. . Greenville. S.C. 


MICHAEL L. TILLIRSON 


. . . Liberty. S.C. 


KATHERINE E. TILLMAN 


. . Edgefield, S.C. 



HERMAN W. TILLOTSON . Spartanburg, S. C. 
DAVID E. TINSLEY .... Laurens. S. C. 

ANN M.TIPTON Sumter. S. C. 

DAVID T. TISDALE .... Anderson, S. C. 
AGOSTINO P. TORTORA . . Yonkers. N.Y. 
WILLIAM A. TOUCHSTONE . Commerce, Ga. 



MARK A. TOWERY . 
JERRY W. TRAYHAM 
ANTHONY C. TRIOLO 
CHRIS N. TRIVELAS . 
MARY J. TROTTER . . 



. . Sumter, S. C. 

Honea Path, S. C. 
Staten Island, N. Y. 
. Charleston, S. C. 

. Rock Hill, S. C. 



GILBERT E. TURNER, JR. . Walterboro, S. C. 

JOEL W. TURNER . . . Greenville, S. C. 
JOSEPH J. TURNER. JR. . . Williston, S. C. 
LANNY E. TURNER .... Clinton. S. C. 
RICHARD M. TURNER. JR. Orangeburg, S. C. 
RICHARD W. TURNER . . . Augusta, Ga. 
ROBERT J. TUSSO .... Westfield, N. J. 



DIANE E. TUTTLE . . 
STEPHEN E. TYSON III 
ALEXANDER UR III . 
PAUL N. VALERIO . . 
THOMAS C. VALESKY 



Clemson, S. C. 

Orangeburg, S. C. 

Greenville. S. C. 

. Hamburg, N.Y. 

Penns Grove, N. J. 



DOUGLAS W. VAN OSDELL Summerton, S. C. 

RICHARD C. VAUGHAN . . Greenville, S. C. 

JOHN P. VICK Freehold, N.J. 

JOSEPH E. VIGNOTI . North Augusta, S. C. 
LAWRENCE B. VISCONTI . Stratford, Conn. 
FRANK H. VOGEL .... Laltewood. N. J. 
PENNY M. WADDELL .... Greer, S. C. 



JOHN L. WADE . . . . 
TERRY L. WAITES . . . 
JAME E. WALDREP . . , 
RONALD A. WALFIELD . . 
DAVIS C. WALKER . . 
DOROTHY E. WALKER . . 

WILLIAM T. WALL . . . 
JAMES R. WALLACE, JR. . 
DONALD N. WALLER . . 
CHARLES A. WALLMO . 
JAMES D. WALTERS . . 
GEORGE S. WALTMAN.JR. 



. Hartford. Ark. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Walterboro, S. C. 

Decatur, Ga. 

. Clemson, S. C. 

. Edgefield, S. C. 
Isle of Palms, S. C. 

. Beaufort, S. C. 

Fort Collins, Colo. 

Greenville. S. C. 

Greenwood, S. C. 



REMBERT B. WARD .... Rock Hill. S. C. 
DAVID A. WARDLAW . . . Whitmire, S. C. 
WILLIAM G. WARDLAW, JR. Anderson, S. C. 
JAMES D. WARREN, JR. . Chas. Hghts., S. C. 
JOSEPH P. WATSON . . . Anderson. S. C. 
RODERICK M. WATSON II . Ridge Spg., S. C. 



SHERRY L. WATSON . . 
HENRY F. WEATHERS, JR. 
JOHN J. WEAVER III . . 
DIANE W. WEBER . . . 
PETER F. WEDDELL . . 
DALE R. WEINRICH . . 

ROBERT I. WEISS . . . 
LYNN C. WELBORN . . 
WAYNE C. WELLS . . . 
ROBERT S. WENNERSTEN 
ROBERT S. WERBLIN . . 
RICHARD B. WERTS . . 



. Edgefield, S. C. 

Fountain Inn, S. C. 

Bennettsville, S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 
. . Goshen, Ind. 
. . Crofton, Md. 

. Montclair, N. J. 
. . Pickens. S. C. 
Greenwood, S. C. 
. Glen Rock, N.J. 
Golden Beach, Fla. 
. Ninety Six, S. C. 






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JOHN H. WESSINGER 
JAMES F. WESTBROOK 
ROBERT C. WHEATLEY 
JOHN H. WHEELER . 
RICHARD D. WHEELER 
DON V. WHELCHEL . 



. Columbia, S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

. Saluda, S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 

Gaffney, S. C. 



WALTER D. WHETSTONE . St. Matthews. S. C. 
PHYLLIS A. WHITE . . West Columbia, S. C. 
ROBERT B. WHITE . . . Greenville, S. C. 
WARREN C. WHITE . . . Edgefield, S. C. 
FRANK C. WHITESIDE . Spartanburg, S. C. 
MICHAEL L. WHITEFIELD . Anderson, S. C. 



CHARLES G. WHITEMIRE 


Greenville, S. C. 


JAMES E. WHITSON . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


DAVID M. WHITTAKER . . 


Rwinebeck, N.Y. 


FORREST M. WHITTINGTON . . Loris. S. C. 


GRADY D. WICKER . . 


Newberry, S. C. 


DANIEL S. WIGGERS . . 


Pomaria, S. C. 


DONALD A. WIGGINS . Pt. Pleasant, W. Va. 


ROBERT L. WIGGINS . . 


Cutarsville, Ala. 


THOMAS C. WIGGINS . 


Decatur, Ga. 


WILLIAM J. WILFINGER . 


. . Emmans, Pa. 


ROBERT M. WILKINSON . 


Walterboro, S. C. 


ALICE R. WILLIAMS . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


ANDREW N. WILLIAMS . 


Springfield, S. C. 


CHARLES A. WILLIAMS 


Greenville, S. C. 


DONNA S. WILLIAMS . 


Florence, S. C. 


JAMES R. WILLIAMS . . 


Newberry, S. C. 


JOHN F. WILLIAMS . . 


Cleveland, N. C. 


NORMAN A. WILLIAMS . 


Columbia, S. C. 


TERRY E. WILLIAMS . . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


THOMAS F. WILLIAMS . 


Hertford, N. C. 


GENE R. WILLIAMSON . 


. Salters, S. C. 


HOWARD D. WILLIAMSON 


. Cheraw, S. C. 


JOSEPH W. WILLIAMSON 


. . Sptbg., S. C. 


THOMAS B. WILLINGHAM 


. Chesnee, S. C. 


LINDA F. WILLIS . . . 


Greenwood, S. C. 


BRUCE R. WILSON . . . 


Bedminster, N.J. 


CANDACE E. WILSON . 


Annandale, Va. 


ERICA J. WILSON . . . 


Newark, Del. 


EROS W. WILSON . . . 


Abbeville, S. C. 


GARLAND K. WILSON . 


. Fort Mill, S. C. 


JANICE E. WILSON . . . 


Four Oaks, N.C. 


JIUEDEAN L. WILSON . . 


Charlotte, N. C. 


RICHARD P. WILSON . . 


Columbia, S. C. 


WILLIAM G. WILSON . . 


Abbeville, S. C. 


JOHN D. WINBURN . . 


Columbia, S. C. 


DONALD R. WINCOTT . 


Kenmore. N.Y. 


MARINA E. WINQUIST . 


Houston, Texas 


JANIETH K. WISE . . . 


Graniteville, S. C. 


LARRY V. WISE .... 


Columbia, S. C. 


CONRAD W. WISINGER . S 


addle Brook. N.J. 


JAMES D. WITTER . . . 


. Chaffee, N.Y. 


DALE A. WITTSCHEN . . 


Charleston, S. C. 


JOHN W. WOOD III . . 


Great Falls, S. C. 


RICHARD O. WOOD . . 


Lake City, S. C. 


JAMES D. WOODSON 


Easley, S. C. 


RICHARD E. WOOTEN . . 


Pendleton, S. C. 


JOHN W. WORSHAM . 


Bamberg, S. C. 


STEPHEN G. WRAY . . . 


. Gaffney, S. C. 



C. ANN WRIGHT . 
CHARLES E. WRIGHT 
CLYDE R. WRIGHT . . 
JAMES E. WRIGHT, JR. . 
MARY T. WRIGHT . . 
MILDRED A. WRIGHT . 

WILLIAM G. WRIGHT . 
ABRAHAM L WRIGLEY . 
JAMES W. WUNCH . . 
ROBERT S. WYLIE . . . 
DANIEL S. YARBOROUGH 
JOHN M. YARBROUGH . 

SANDRA J. YEARGIN . . 
MARLENE E. YOUNG 
CARL A. ZAMBON . 
JOHN R. ZEPF . . 
EDWARD C. ZINK . 
ARNOLD D. ZINKLER 



. Barrington, III. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

Gastonia, N. C. 

. Anderson, S. C. 

. Holly H, II, S. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 

. Rock Hill, S. C. 

. . Evanston, III. 

. Greenville, S. C. 

Blacksburg, S. C. 

New York, N. Y. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Elberton, Ga. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 
. Oxon Hill, Md. 
Brookfield, Conn. 
. Baltimore, Md. 
. Baltimore, Md. 




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Before us passed the door of Darkness through. 
Not one returns to tell us of the Road, 
Which to discover we must travel too. 

— Omar Khayyam. 








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RICK GILSTRAP 
Vice-President 




DOUG PRIDGEON 
Treasurer 


ROBERT McCANTS 
President 




CONNIE PINSON 
Secretary 




FRESHMEN 





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BRUCE ABBITT Charleston, S. C. 

STONEY A. ABERCROMBIE . . Six Mile, S. C. 
JAMES W. ABRAMS .... Seneca, S. C. 
SALVATORE P. ACCOMANDO Inwood.N.Y. 

SKIP F. ACKER Easley, S. C. 

JOHN L. ADAMS . . . Honolulu, Hawaii 

TONY A. ADAMS Seneca, S. C. 

MICHAEL W. AGEE Aiken, S. C. 

DOUGLAS D. AGNEW . . Charlotte, N. C. 
JOSEPH M. AGUSIEWICZ Washington, D. C. 
WALTER A. AICHER .... Easton, Pa. 
JOSEPH E. AITON . . . Ninety Six, S. C. 

CARA D. AKERLEY . . North Augusta, S. C. 
CLARENCE H. ALBRIGHT . Rock Hill, S. C. 
EDWARD F. ALDEN . . . Hopedale, Mass. 
CAROLINE B. ALEXANDER . . Easley, S. C. 
JOYCE F. ALEXANDER . . Anderson, S. C. 
STEPHEN D. ALEXANDER .... Iva, S. C. 

JAMES B. ALL Allendale, S. C 

JONES H. C. ALL .... Allendale, S. C 

JAMES H.ALLEN Aynor, S. C 

JUDY D. ALLEN .... Blacksburg, S. C 

SAMUEL D. ALLEY Atlanta, Ga 

WM. E. ALLISON, JR. . . St. Petersburg, Fla 

DEBORAH I. ALLRED . . Pendleton, S. C 
WILLIAM B. ALSTON .... Bristol, Tenn 
MARK I. ALTEMOSE . . Summerville, S. C 
WILLIAM E. ALTMAN . . . Florence, S. C 
DAVID R. AMICK .... Prosperity, S. C 
ELLEN D. ANDERSON . . . Rock Hill, S. C 



JOSEPH F. ANDERSON . . 
ROBERT L. ANDERSON, JR. 
SHARON L. ANDERSON . . 
DAVID M. ANDREWS . . Ti 
EUGENE C. ANNAS . . . 
GEORGE B. ANTONAKOS . 



Edgefield, S. C. 

Taylors, S. C. 

Lexington, S. C. 

nmonsville, S. C. 

Hickory, N. C. 

Baltimore, Md. 



ROBERT R. APPLEBAUM . . Brooklyn, N. Y. 
MICHEL ARCHAMBAULT . . Clinton, S. C. 
WILBUR C. ARDIS, JR. . . Manning. S. C. 
THOMAS A. ARGYRIS, JR. . Springfield, N.J. 
JANICE F. ARLEDGE . . . Greenville, S. C. 



ROBERT W. ARMFIELD . 


Newport New 


s, Va. 


VENA K. ARNT .... 


Pottstow 


n, Pa. 
S. C. 


RITA D. ASHLEY . . . 


Greenville 


LAURA V. ASHTON . . 


. Millville 


N.J. 


ROBERT D. ASHWORTH . 


. Hampton 


S. C. 


HARLEY L. ATKINS . . 


Isle of Palms 


S. C. 


ALEXANDER N. ATKINSON 


. Yonges Is. 


S. C. 


DOUGLAS J. ATKINSON 


. Chester 


S. C. 


JOHN D. ATTAWAY III . 


. Anderson 


S. C. 


BRADLEY M. AULL . . . 


Charleston 


S. C. 


SYBIL E. AUSBURN . . 


Greenville 


s. c. 


WILLIAM P. AUSTELL, JR. 


. . Taylors 


s. c. 


ANDREW S. AVANT . . 


Hampton 


s. c. 


EARLE R. BAGNAL . . 


. Sumter 


s. c. 


JEFFREY C. BAILEY . . 


. New York 


N.Y. 


JOHN S. BAILEY . . . 


Greenville 


S. C. 


RICHARD W. BAILEY 


Greenville 


S. C. 


ROBERT M. BAIR, JR. . 


Elloree 


S. C. 


JOE H. BAIRD .... 


Clover 


s. c. 



SAMUEL B. BAKER Estill, S. C. 



. . Oakland, N.J. 

South Orange, N. J. 

Greer, S. C. 

. High Point. N. C. 

. Greenv.lle, S. C. 

Simpsonville, S. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Simpsonville. S. C. 

. Spindale, N.C. 

Covington, Ga. 

. St. Stephen, S. C. 
MICHAEL H. BARNHART . . Cheraw, S. C. 
ARCHIE M. BARNHILL . . . Aynor, S. C. 
ANN M. BARRETT .... Greenville, S. C. 
DAVID T. BARRETT .... Clover, S. C. 
JOHN C. BARRON . . . Columbia, S. C. 

JULIAN P. BARRS . . North Augusta, S. C. 
STEPHAN C. BARTON .... Greer, S. C. 

EDWIN G. BASS, J R Lydia, S. C. 

CATHERINE A. BATTLE . . Camden, S. C. 
STEVEN G. BAUGHMAN . . Lansing, N.Y. 
GARY R. BAUMGARNER . . Walhalla, S. C. 



WAYNE D. BAKER . . 
JAMES S. BALCERSKI . 
BARRY M. BALDWIN . 
ROBERT L. BALL . . . 
JIMMY D. BALLARD . 

CHARLES G. BALLEW 
STEVEN P. BANNISTER 
JOHN T. BARKER . . 
JOHN V. BARKER . . 
BONNIE L. BARNES . 
STEPHEN K. BARNETT 

MICHAEL L. BARNETTE 



WILLIAM H. BAXLEY III . 


. Hartsville, S. C. 


GERALD B. BEAMAN . . 


. Garner, N.C. 


GEORGE W. BEARD . . 


. Columbia, S. C. 


WILLIAM L. BEASLEY . . 


. Barnwell, S. C. 


DAVID L. BEATY ... 


Chester, S. C. 


BECK, CARY G 


Birmingham, Ala. 


HUBERT M. BEDENBAUGH 


. Prosperity, S. C. 


CHARLES T. BEEMER 


Greenville, S. C. 


RHONDA G. BEIERS . . 


. . Duncan, S. C. 


ANN MARIE BELGE . . 


Orangeburg, S. C. 


STEVEN D. BELLAVITA . 


Charleston, S. C. 


R. PAUL BENIK, JR. . . 


Myrtle Beach, S. C. 


STUART J. BENNETT . . 


Columbia, S. C. 


PAUL G. BENOIT . . . 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


SCOTT J. BENRUBE . . . 


Miami Beach, Fla. 


JOHN E. BERGH . . . 


Tuckahoe, N. J. 


RANDALL E. BERKLAND . 


. . York. S. C. 


JOSEPH M. BERNSTEIN 


. . Morris, III. 


GARY P. BERUBE . . . 


Dalton, Mass. 


ROBERT A. BESSENT . . 


. Baltimore, Md. 


EUGENE S. BEST . . . 


. Rock Hill. S. C. 


WILLIAM H. BETHUNE . 


. Charlotte, N. C. 


ALLYN F. BETLEJ . . . 


Waynesboro, Va. 


VANCE J. BETTIS . . . 


Charleston. S. C. 


JAMES A. BETTS, JR. . . 


Chester, S. C. 


JOHN H. BEVIS III . . . 


Clemson, S. C. 


WILLIAM D. BIBB . . . 


Laurens, S. C. 


JAMES W. BIGBY . . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


MICHAEL S. BINDER . . 


Fountain Inn, S. C. 


CHARLES R. BIRCH . . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


DAVID A. BISHOP . . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


JAMES R. BISHOP, JR. . 


Beaufort, S.C 


ROBERT E. BISHOP . . . 


Orangeburg, S. C. 


ARTHUR 0- BLACK . . 


. . . York, S.C 


GEORGE W. BLACK III . 


Baltimore. Md, 


JERRY M. BLACK . . . 


Bloomington, Ind. 




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LAURENCE R. BLACKHURST Wilmington, Del. 


MARY J. BLACKMON . 


Cleveland, Tenn. 


EDWIN L. BLACKWELL . 


Hanahan, S. C. 


MARTHA C. BLAKELY . 


Simpsonville, S. C. 


ROBERT A. BLANKS. JR. 


. Lando, S. C. 


GORDON M. BLANTON 


Charleston. S. C. 


PAUL W. BLECKLEY . . 


Anderson, S. C. 


SUZAN G. BLESSING . 


Kingsport, Tenn. 


WAYNE A. BLEVINS . . 


Atlanta, Ga. 


JOHN W. BLISS . . . 


Bennettsville, S. C. 


LYLE A. BLY 


Orangeburg, S. C. 


SAMPSON BOOZER, JR. 


Greenwood, S. C. 


ROBERT S. BOULTON 


Columbus, Ohio 


JAMES W. BOUNDS . . 


Lancaster, Pa. 


ALBERT D. BOWERS . 


. Bowman, S. C. 


JANE H. BOWERS . . 


Clemson, S. C. 


WENDELL D. BOWERS . 


Lancaster, S. C. 


JoANNE BOWMAN . . 


. . Sudbury, Mass. 


CHARLES B. BOYCE . 


. . Inman.S. C. 


GORDON R. BOYD 


Simpsonville. S. C. 


NORMAN F. BOZARD . 


. Orangeburg, S. C. 


MARY L. BRADFORD . 


. Kingstree. S. C. 


MARK A, BRADLEY . . 


Forest Parle, Ga. 


JOHN W. BRANNAN . 


. Ridgeland, S. C. 



WILLIAM C. BRASINGTON . Gaffney, S. C. 
JAMES E. BRAZELL .... Richmond. Va. 
ROBERT G. BRAZIER .... Pickens. S. C. 

JANIS I. BREWER Easley, S. C. 

VIVIAN G. BREWER Cayce, S. C. 

RAYMOND J. BRIDGE . . . Latrobe, Pa. 



JAMES M. BRIDWELL 


Woodruff, S. C. 


RONALD L. BRIDWELL . 


Greenville, S. C. 


WILLIAM B. BRIGGS, JR. 


. Atlanta, Ga. 


HOWARD M. BRINK . . 


Campobello, S. C. 


CLIFFORD S. BRISTOL . 


Tallahassee. Fla. 


ANDREA A. BROOKS . . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


JOHN R. BROOKS . . . 


Newberry. S. C. 


ROBERT B. BROOKS . . 


Glenbrook, Conn. 


RONALD P. BROOKS 


N.Charleston, S. C. 


BARRY M. BROWN . . 


. . Gaffney. S. C. 


DAVID E. BROWN . . 


. Darlington, S. C. 


GERARD W. BROWN, JR. 


Chatham, N.J. 


JAMES B. BROWN . . 


. Darlington. S. C. 


JAMES W. BROWN . . 


. . Gaffney, S. C. 


MURRAY F. BROWN, JR. 


Greenville, S. C. 


NANCY A. BROWN . . 


. Fair Play, S.C. 


PATRICIA A. BROWN 


Kingsport, Tenn. 


PETER L. BROWN . . . 


Newberry, S. C. 


WILLIAM J. BROWN . 


Florence, S. C. 


WILLIAM M. BROWN . 


. Holly H, II, S.C. 


DONNA C. BROWNING 


. . Greer, S. C. 


CAROLYN L. BROWNLEE 


. Waynesboro, Va. 


DONALD J. BRUNDAGE 


. . . Atlanta. Ga. 


GARY M. BRUNO . . . 


Hartford, Conn. 


JACK W. BRUNSON 


. Florence, S. C. 


STEPHEN N. BRUST . . 


. . Bethesda. Md. 


GEORGE S. BRYANT. JR. 


Aynor, S. C. 


GORDON R. BRYANT . 


Randallstown, Md. 


JESSIE E. BUCHANAN 


Anderson, S. C. 


SCOTT W. BUCHANAN 


. . Union, S.C. 



RICHARD D. BUDDIN . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
RICHARD J. BUKOWSKY . . Baltimore, Md. 
ROBERT H. BULL .... Abbeville, S. C. 
EDWARD C. BULSZA . Cornwells Heights, Pa. 
C. Y. BUMGARDNER, JR. . Lancaster, S. C. 
RICHARD F. BUNDRICK . . Columbia, S. C. 



ALLEN K. BURDETTE . 
MANUEL H. BURDETTE 
ROBERT M. BURDETTE 
GARY D. BURGESS . 
WILLIAM A. BURKE . 
RAYMOND S. BURKOT 



Ware Shoals, S. C. 

Westminster, S. C. 

Simpsonville, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

. Charlotte, N. C. 

. Greenville, S. C. 



JAMES E. BURNS . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
ROBERT C. BURRELL . . . Walhalla, S. C. 
JOE O. BURROUGHS . . . Conway, S. C. 
EDDIE L. BURTON . . . Ware Shoals, S. C. 

ANNA J. BUSBY Anderson, S. C. 

DONALD A. BUSBY . . . Hephzibah, Ga. 

JO K. BUSCH Walhalla, S. C. 

PATRICIA A. BUTCKA . Daytona Beach, Fla. 
RICHARD E. BUTERBAUGH II Baltimore, Md. 
LARRY W. BYARS .... Gaffney, S. C. 
VINCENT G. CAGGIANO . . Gaffney. S. C. 
KEITH R. CAIN Saluda, S. C. 



NANCY J. CALDWELL . 
RONALD E. CALDWELL . 
ELLEN H. CALHOUN . . 
JOHN L. CALLAWAY III 
VERNON K. CALLICUTT 
WAYNE H. CAMAS . . 

BONNIE B. CAMERON . 
DANIEL S. CAMP . . . 
BARBARA A. CAMPBELL 
BASIL J. CAMPBELL . . 
DONALD L. CAMPBELL 
JAMES R. CAMPBELL . 

WAYNE R. CAMPBELL . 
JERRY A. CANADY . . 
DEBBIE L. CARAWAY . 
WM. H. CARRAWAY, JR. 
CHARLES T. CARSON . 
BRUCE E. CHARTER . . 



WILLIAM E. CARTER 
DANA A. CARVER . 
ROBERT G. CASH . 
ROBERT C. CASHION 
LYNN M. CATOE . . 
CARY D. CHAMBLEE 



. . Belton.S. C. 
. Charleston, S. C. 
. Lexington, N. C. 

. Covington, Ga. 
Chester, S. C. 

Hempstead, N.Y. 

Gastonia, N. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 

Bennettsville, S. C. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Honea Path, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

. Ashev.lle, N.C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Florence, S. C. 

Georgetown, S. C. 

. . Easley, S. C. 

. Charleston, S. C. 



. Anderson, S. C. 
Greensboro, N. C. 
. . Lyman, S. C. 
. . Slater, S. C. 
Lugoff, S. C. 
. Anderson, S. C. 



MAN CHUNG CHAN . 
ALVIN S. CHANDLER . 
FRANK W. CHANDLER . 
RALPH D. CHANDLER . 
RODNEY A. CHAPMAN 
STANFORD CHAPMAN . 

HARVEY G. CHAPPELL 
ROBERT O. CHASE . . 
JANE D. CHASTEEN . . 
SAMUEL A. CHEATHAM 
GARY T. CHEEK . . . 
MARCO A. CHEN . . 



. . Hong Kong 
Greensboro, N. C. 
. . Sumter, S. C. 
. . Pelzer. S. C. 
. Little Mtn., S. C. 
. . Saluda, S. C. 

. Rock Hill, S. C. 
. Millinocket, Me. 

Chappells, S. C. 
Orangeburg, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Panama, Panama 





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JON A. CHIRIELEISON . Silver Spring, Md. 

WAH S. CHIU Hong Kong 

MIMI A. CHOVAN .... Clinton, Md. 
KIN C. CHU .... Kowloon, Hong Kong 
WILLIAM F. CISA . . . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 

BENJAMIN D. CLARK, JR. . Johnston, S. C. 
CHARLES M. CLARK . . Chesterfield, S. C. 
LARRY U. CLARK .... Hampton, S. C. 

DANA R. CLARKE Pickens, S. C. 

THOMAS R. CLARKE . . . Springfield, Va. 
STEVEN C. CLEVELAND . . Anderson, S. C. 

MARSHALL L CLIPPARD . Greenville, S. C. 
RALPH W. COATS . . Sandy Springs, S. C. 
MARVIN M. COBLE . . Spartanburg, S. C. 

JAMES D. COKE Six Mile, S. C. 

TALBERT K. COKER . . . Turbeville, S. C. 
BRUCE C. COLE .... Warrenville, S. C. 



KENNETH L. COLE . . 
BLANCHE E. COLEMAN 
CHARLES W. COLEMAN 
FOSTER D. COLEMAN . 
JAMES C. COLEMAN . 
KIM B. COLEMAN . . 

RICHARD A. COLEMAN 
WILLIAM W. COLEMAN 
JAMES R. COLLINS . . 
JOHN E. COLLINS . . 
KATHRYN J. COLLINS . 
TOM D. L. COLLINS . , 

DONALD L. COLLINSON 
B. O'NEAL COMPTON . 
HARRIET A. CONNOR . 
GARY T. CONWAY . . 
BILLY R. COOK . . . 
DANIEL B. COOK . . . 



Greenville, S. C. 

Florence, S. C. 

. . Belton.S. C. 

. Hopkins, S. C. 

. Abbeville, S. C. 

. Neptune, N.J. 

Saluda, S. C. 

. Ridgeway, S. C. 

. Savannah, Ga. 

Westbrook, Conn. 

Westminster, S. C. 

Columbus, Ga. 



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. Sumter, S. C. 

Gastonia, N. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 
Greenwood, S. C. 
. Lake City, S. C. 



LARRY T. COOK Raleigh, N. C. 

KARL S. COOKER . . . Pawleys Island, S. C. 
JOHN G. COOLEY . . . W. Pelzer, S. C. 
WILLARD W. COOPER . . . Ladson, S. C. 
RAY W. COPELAN . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
BARBARA C. COPELAND . . Clemson, S. C. 



CATHY J. COPELAND . 
DANA S. COPP . . . . 
JOSEPH S. CORBETT . . 
SANDRA CORLEY . . . 
THOMAS A. CORLEY, JR. 
MICHAEL H. CORNWELL 

TIMOTHY L. CORNWELL 
JOSEPH B. CORPENING 
MICHAEL T. COSGROVE 
ROBERT M. COSSABOOM 
VIVIAN H. COUICK . . 
DEBORAH H. COURSEY . 



CATHERINE L. COX 
CLARENCE G. COX 
JAMES C. COX . . 
JOHN S. COX . . 
JOSEPH S. COX . 
CHRIS S. CRABTREE 



Bamberg, S. C. 

Trenton, N.J. 

Springfield, S. C. 

Greenwood, S. C. 

. . Clinton, S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

. . Bel Air, Md. 

. Lenoir, N.C. 

. Wheaton, Md. 

Johnsonville, S. C. 

Lancaster, S. C. 

Miami Springs, Fla. 



Easley, S. 
. . Loris, S. 
Greenville, S. 
Greenville, S. 
Woodruff, S. 



Myrtle Beach, S. C. 



STEVEN K. CRAIG . . 
VERD A. CRAIG . . . 
SHIRLEY E. CRAIN . . 
WILLIAM D. CRANDELL 
JAMES M. CRAWFORD 
DOROTHY L. CROCKER 



Newberry, S. C. 
Columbia, S. C. 

. Greer, S. C. 

Oxon Hill, Md. 

. Pelzer, S. C. 

. . Iva, S. C. 



RONALD S. CROOKS .... Seneca, S. C. 
WENDELL A. CROSBY . . Walterboro, S. C. 

WILL N. CROUCH Griffin, Ga. 

HARRIS L CROWLEY . . Charleston, S. C. 
THOMAS C. CROWLEY . . Monrovia. Calif. 
DONALD W. CRUMPTON . . Seneca, S. C. 

JAMES D. CULBERTSON . Ware Shoals, S. C. 
JAMES E. CULBERTSON . . . Easley. S. C. 
ALAN D. CULLER . . . Orangeburg. S. C. 
WOODROW W. CULP . . Fort Mill, S. C. 
KENNETH R. CUNDIFF . . . Pitman, N.J. 
M. J. CUNNINGHAM . Haddon Heights, N. J. 

STEPHEN M. CUNNINGHAM . Aiken, S. C. 
MARY J. CURLEE .... Barnwell, S. C. 
ROBERT E. CUTTING . . Greenville, S. C. 
DENNIS L. DABNEY . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

KIRK DABOLT Tampa, Fla. 

HENRY A. DALLEY .... Seabrook, Md. 



CLAUDE R. DALTON . . 
HENRY S. DANGERFIELD 
WILLIAM S. DANIEL . . 
FRANCIS T. DARBY . . 
CATHERINE A. DAVID . 
ALBERT R. DAVIDSON . 



Pendleton, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 
. Nichols. S. C. 
Duncan. S. C. 
Salters, S. C. 
Barrington, N. J. 



COLLINGS S. DAVIS, JR. . Haddonfield, N. J. 
HERBERT S. DAVIS .... Clemson, S. C. 
LAWRENCE E. DAVIS . . . Laurens, S. C. 
LINDA D. DAVIS . Charleston Heights, S. C. 
RICHARD C. DAVIS Charleston Heights, S. C. 
RODNEY L DAVIS .... Batesburg, S. C. 

THOMAS H. DAVIS III . . . Sumter. S. C. 
WILLIE E. DAVIS . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 

DONALD A. DEAL Newark, Del. 

DON L. DEAN Greenville, S. C. 

JAMES D. DEAS Rock Hill, S. C. 

GRANT A. DEASE .... Rock Hill, S. C. 

JOHN S. DECK Newark, Del. 

TERESA A. DEGEN .... Sumter. S. C. 
DOROTHY A. DEINES . . Columbia, S. C. 
WILLIAM E. DELAINE . . Gray Court. S. C. 
ROY A. DeLAUDER . . . Silver Spring, Md. 
FRANCIS B. DeLOACH . Spartanburg, S. C. 

WARREN J. DelVECCHIO . Oceanport, N. J. 



THEODORE S. DENNIS 
ROBERT A. DENNY . 
PHIL A. DENTON . . 
CHARLES W. DEVERS 



Kingstree, S. C. 

. Windsor, N.Y. 

N. Augusta, S. C. 

Penns Grove, N. J. 



RALPH A. DeVORE, JR. . Chas. Hghts., S. C. 



JOSEPH L DIAL . . 
GARY C. DIAMOND . 
ALLEN R. DICKARD . 
AVERY S. DICKSON . 
GEORGE T. DICKSON 
BARBARA M. DIEGLIO 



Greenville, S. C. 
. Astoria, N.Y. 
. Pickens, S. C. 
. . York, S. C. 
. ClintonS. C. 
Lancaster, S. C. 




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NICHOLAS J. DilORIO . North Haledon, N. J. 
JANICE R. DILLARD . . . Greenville, S. C. 
MARY L. DION .... Summerville, S. C. 

JOHN K. DIXON Malvern, Pa. 

J. SPENCER DIXON III . . Lake City, S. C. 
WALTER F. DIXON .... Florence. S. C. 



MICHAEL H. DODD . . . 
SUSAN G. DODGENS . 
WILLIAM J. DONALD . 
EDWARD R. DONALDSON 
DIANNE C. DOTSON . . 



W.Orange, N.J. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Seneca, S. C. 

Hollywood, S. C. 

Lancaster, S. C. 



G. T. DOUGLAS, JR. 



Southern Pines, N. C. 



HAROLD G. DOVER . . . Fort Mill, S. C. 
JAMES E. DRAKE .... Anderson, S. C. 
WILLIAM T. DRENNAN . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
JACKIE R. DRIGGERS . . . Cheraw, S. C. 
NEAL S. DRUCKER .... Columbia, S. C. 
WILLIAM C. DuBOIS . . . Bridgeton.N.J. 

PHILIP B. DuBOSE Sumter, S. C. 

FREDDY E. DUCEY . . . Ridgeland, S. C. 

JOHN C. DUCKETT Erie, Pa. 

MICHAEL L. DUFFIE . . . Newberry. S. C. 
CHARLES M. DUGGER . . Mt. Airy, N.C. 
DANNY L. DUKES III . . Falls Church, Va. 

ROBERT G. DULLA Atlanta, Ga. 

CHARLES B. DUNCAN, JR. . Greenville, S. C. 
LARRY W. DUNCAN .... Easley, S. C. 
MARGIE A. DUNCAN . . Newberry, S. C. 
MARION J. DUNCAN . . . Taylors. S. C. 
SLOAN E. DUNCAN, JR. . . Anderson, S. C. 

WILLIAM E. DUNCAN . . . Atlanta, Ga. 
GEORGE R. DUNLAP . . . Annapolis, Md. 
DAVID M. DUNN .... Greenville, S. C. 
ROBERT R. DuRANT . . Myrtle Beach, S. C. 
WILLIAM E. DuRANT .... Sumter, S. C. 
FRAMPTON W. DURBAN . . . Aiken, S. C. 

PATRICIA A. DURHAM . . Clemson, S. C. 
JAMES D. DUTRO .... Harrisburg, Pa. 
LEWIS C. DYER. JR. . . . Dedham, Mass. 
HENRY DYSON IV . . . Walterboro, S. C. 
DANNY C. EADDY . . . Georgetown, S. C. 
JESSE C. EARGLE Jackson, S. C. 

THOMAS N. EATON . . Charlottesville. Va. 

GLENN M. EBY Allentown. Pa. 

ROBERT M. EDDY .... Greenville, S. C. 
WILLIAM T. EDENS . Ocean Drive Beach, S. C. 

SANDY EDGE Conway, S. C. 

GREGORY P. EDWARDS . . . Inman, S. C. 

STEVE A. EDWARDS .... Saluda. S. C. 
WILLIAM B. EDWARDS . . Johnston, S. C. 
MURRELL J. EICHELBERGER . Mt. Dora, Fla. 
JAMES R. ELLENBURG . . . Seneca, S. C. 
DEBBIE E. ELLIOTT .... Greenv.lle, S. C. 
THOMAS G. ELLIS, III . Jacksonville Bch., Fla. 

VIVIAN E. ELLIS . . . Lackland AFB, Texas 
EMIL H. EMANUEL . . . Lancaster, S. C. 

MARY R. EMBRY ' Rock Hill. S. C. 

WARREN J. ENG .... New York, N.Y. 

STEVEN EPPS. JR Chester. S. C. 

MILTON M. EPSTEIN .... Atlanta, Ga. 



STEVEN T. EPTON . . 


Campobello, S. C. 


SUE ERLENKOTTER . . 


. . Annandale, Va. 


JANIE S. ERVIN . . . 


. Charlotte, N. C. 


EDWIN W. ESTRIDGE, JR 


. . . Bethune, S. C. 


DON L. ETHREDGE . . 


Charleston, S. C. 


JOSEPH T. EUBANKS . 


. Orangeburg. S. C. 


CARLISLE E. EVANS . . 


Orangeburg, S. C. 


EVIN J. EVANS . . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


RICK R. EVANS . . . 




ROBERT M. EVANS . . 


E. Rockingham, N. C. 


RUSSELL E. EVANS . . 


. . Six Mile, S.C. 


CYNTHIA F. EVATT . . 


Bennettsville, S. C. 


SLADE F. EXLEY . . . 


. Covington, Ga. 


DAVID M. FAGG . . . 


Anderson, S. C. 


FRED W. FAIRCLOTH . 


Greenville, Ala. 


PHILIP D. FAIRCLOTH . 


Chester, S. C. 


FRED H. FANCHER, JR. 


. . Greenville, S. C. 


DAVID R. FARNHAM . 


Travelers Rest. S. C. 



JAMES E. FAUCETTE . . Charleston, S. C. 
WILLIAM C. FAULKNER . . Greenville. S. C. 
TAYLOR D. FEASTER . West Columbia, S. C. 
GARY P. FELLERS .... Anderson. S. C. 
JAMES E. FENDER . . . Reevesv,lle. S. C. 
G. KEITH FENNELL . . . Greenville, S. C. 



SCOTT D. FERGUSON 
THOMAS E. FEWELL 
DEBORAH A. FIELD . 
MARY L. FINCHER . 
SANDREA P. FINKLEY 
JAMES M. FISHER . 



Eastchester. N.Y. 

Beaufort. S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

. Sumter. S.C. 

. Clemson, S. C. 

. . Easley. S. C. 



GARY D. FITHIAN 
ARNOLD R. FLEEK . 
JAY M. FLEMING . 
ANNE M. FLORIAN 
GEORGE G. FLOYD 
LLOYD B. FLOYD. JR. 



STEPHEN E. FLOYD 
WALTER FLOYD . 
BECKY L. FORD . 
JOHN W. FORD . 
RONALD W. FORD 
THOMAS K. FORD 



Glassboro, N. J. 
. Rock Hill, S.C. 
Charlotte, N. C. 
. . Berwyn, Pa. 
Newberry, S. C. 
. Olanta.S. C. 

Joanna, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 

. Pickens. S.C. 
. Rockville. Md. 

. Easley, S. C. 

Fairforest. S. C. 



ZARVIS T. FORD, JR. . . . Florence, S. C. 



HARRISON S. FORRESTER 
JAMES J. FORTH, JR. . 
DOUGLAS L. FOSTER . 
GEORGE W. FOSTER . 
JOHN S. FOSTER . . . 



ROBERT R. FOSTER . 
STEPHEN J. FOSTER . 
LAURENS P. FOUCHE 
ANGIE L. FOWLER 
HARRY L FOY . . 
JOHN FRAMPTON . 



. Greenville, S. C. 

Greenville. S. C. 

. . Atlanta. Ga. 

Mullins, S.C. 

Anderson, S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

. Barnwell, S.C. 

Charleston, S. C. 



SAMUEL M. FRAZER . 
MICHAEL N. FREELAND 
WILLIAM T. FREELAND 
LARRY E. FREEMAN . . 
CLEMMIE C. FREIZE . , 
TIMOTHY A. FRIER . . 



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Chester, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Camden, S.C. 

on, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Columbia, S.C. 




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RICHARD A. FURST . . 
ROBERT T. GAGEL . . 
WILLIAM M. GAILLARD 
CHARLES B. GAINEY . 
WILLIE C. GALLOWAY 

PETER J. GALUSKA . . 

JAMES D. GAMBLE . . 

WILBER R. GANDY . . 

BENNETT E. GANTT . 



. Nutley, N.J. 
. Louisville, Ky. 

Holly Hill. S. C. 
Darlington. S. C. 
Darlington, S. C. 

Rochester. Minn. 

Lancaster, S. C. 

Lake City, S. C. 

Easley, S. C. 



LEIGH W. GARONI . Upper Montclair, N. J. 



ROBERT S. GARRETT 



Mountville. S. C. 



THOMAS C. GARRETT III . Spartanburg, S. C. 



MARGARET GARRISON 
MERRELL 0- GARVIN . 
JOHN F. GASKINS . 
WM. P. GASKINS, JR. . 
J JOHN B. GATCH . . 

ROBERT R. GATLING . 
JENNIE E. GAULT . . 
PAUL E. GAULT, JR. . 
THOMAS F. GENTRY . 
HARRY D. GEORGE . 



. Johnston, S. C. 

. Clemson, S. C. 

. Clinton, S. C. 

Chesterfield, S. C. 

Ravenel, S. C. 

. Sewanee, Tenn. 
Fountain Inn, S. C. 
Fountain Inn, S. C. 
. . Easley, S. C. 
. . Central, S. C. 



GEORGE C. GEORGIADES . Greenville, S. C. 



ALLEN R. GERHARDT . 
NABIL E. GHATTAS . . 
HAMILTON E. GIBBONS 
DONALD W. GIBSON . 
DOYLE W. GIBSON . . 
JOHN W. GIBSON . . 



. Parkville. Md. 

Jerusalem, Israel 

. Kettering, Ohio 

Beaufort, S. C. 

Saluda, S. C. 

N.Augusta, S. C. 



MARK D. GIBSON McLean, Va. 

GEORGE E. GIGER . . . Martinsville, N. J. 
WILLIAM D. GILBERT . . . Florence, S. C. 
HOWARD T. GILCHRIST . . Williston, S. C. 
WILLIAM T. GILES .... Chesnee. S. C. 
ALAN S. GILL Greenville. S. C. 

R. MICHAEL GILL Towson, Md. 

JIMMY D. GILLESPIE .... Seneca, S. C. 
JOHN M. GILLISON . . . Richland, S. C. 
MIKE K. GILREATH . . . Piedmont. S. C. 
WINNIE B. GILREATH . Travelers Rest, S. C. 
JUDY B. GILSTRAP .... Pickens, S. C. 



JUNE Y. GILSTRAP .... Pickens, S. C. 
RICHARD H. GILSTRAP . . . Easley, S. C. 
DAVID L. GINDHART . . Charleston. S. C. 

RICHARD C. GIST Union, S. C. 

WILLIAM H. GLADDEN Wmnsboro. S. C. 

EDWARD L. GLASS . . Spartanburg. S. C. 



GARY A. GLATH . . 
THOMAS L. GLEATON 
EDITH A. GLENN . . 
EMILY J. GLENN . . 
JOHN W. GLENN . . 



North Syracuse, N. Y. 
. Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 
. . Anderson, S. C. 

Lancaster, S. C. 



STEVE G. GLENN Sta 



S. c. 



PETER L. GOEBEL . . 
ROBERT P. GOEHLE . 
LARRY N. GOFF . . . 
JAMES R. GOLLER . . 
JAY W. GOODMAN, JR. 
L. GILES GOODMAN . 



Lancaster, S. C. 

. Walhalla, S. C. 

Swansea. S. C. 

Walterboro. S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Salisbury, N. C. 



WILTON J. GOSSETT . 
FURMAN M. GOTSHAW 
SAMUEL E. GRADY . . 
DANNY M. GRAHAM . 
JOHN D. GRAHAM . . 
OSCAR D. GRAHAM . 

GORDON R. GRANT . 
JOSEPH GRANT . . . 
MICHAEL L. GRANT . . 
BLAINE E. GRAY . 
DOUGLAS Y. GREEN 



Calhoun, Ga. 

Powdersville, S. C. 

. . Columbia, S. C. 

Aynor. S. C. 

. . Charleston, S. C. 

. Mount Ulla, N.C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

. Seneca, S. C. 

Winston-Salem, N.C. 

. Bishopville, S. C. 



JOHN G. GREEN Sumter, S. C. 

JAMES C. GREENE . . . Abbeville, S. C. 
JOHN B. GREENE . . . Greenville, S. C. 
NANCY C. GREENE .... Central, S. C. 
FREDERICK B. GREGG, JR. . Leesburg, Fla. 
MAX P. GREGORY . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
E. RAWSON GRIFFIN . . N. Augusta, S. C. 

BEN E.GRIFFITH Taylors, S. C. 

KEITH H. GRIFFITH . . . Batesburg, S. C. 
WILLIAM J. GRIFFITH . . . Saluda, S. C. 
JERRY E. GRIGGS . . . Cheraw, S. C. 

STEVEN M. GRIGGS . . . Hartsville, S. C. 
LYNN J. GROOME Miami, Fla. 

HAROLD C. GROVES, JR. . Nashville, Tenn. 

LINDA S. GRUBB Seneca. S. C. 

RICHARD W. GRUBBS . . Greenville, S. C. 
ROBY W. GRUBBS .... Denmark, S. C. 
CECILE A. GUERRY . . Moncks Corner. S. C. 
MICHAEL S. GULLEDGE . . Abbeville, S. C. 

RICHARD L. GUNNARSON . Duxbury, Mass. 
KENNETH J. GUTSHAW Port Wash'gton, N. Y 
TIMOTHY C. HACKETT . . . Atlanta, Ga 

ROBIN J. HADDEN Elgin, III 

BRADFORD L. HAIR . . . Anderson, S. C 
HAYDEN G. HALE . . Lighthouse Point, Fla 

KATHY L. HALE . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
JAMES D. HALL .... N. Augusta, S. C 

JOHN D. HALL Florence, S. C 

LOWELL M. HALLMAN . . . Gilbert, S. C. 
J. CRAIG HALMAN .... Norfolk, Va, 
SHEILA G. HALSTEAD . . Charleston, S. C, 



CHARLES L. HALTIWANGER . W. Cola., S. C. 
KENDALL A. HALTIWANGER . Chapin, S. C. 
DOUGLAS A. HAMBRECHT Franklin Sq„ N. Y. 
DONALD H. HAMILTON . . Easley, S. C. 
FRANK M. HAMILTON, JR. . Easley, S. C. 
JAMES M. HAMILTON .... Perry, Ga. 



JOHN E. HAMILTON, JR. . Jacksonville, Fla. 



SHERRIL L. HAMM . . 
TOM V. HAMMOND . 
MICHAEL V. HAMRICK 
FRANCIS S. HANE . 
DRENDA J. HANLEY 

E. CLYDE HARDIGREE 
JAMES C. HARDIN . . 
CHARLES A. HARMAN 
MARGARET A. HARPER 
REGINALD H. HARPER 
CHERYL L. HARRIS . 



Charleston, S. C. 

Edgefield, S. C. 

Greenville. S. C. 

Ft. Motte. S. C. 

Laurens, S. C. 

Athens, Ga. 

. Clemson.S. C. 

Columbia, S, C. 

. Marlton, N.J. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Hapeville, Ga. 




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DAVID W. HARRISON . 
DIANNE R. HARRISON 
JOAN M. HARRISON . 
PAMELA A. HARRISON 



Harrisonburg, Va. 

. . Aiken, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

, . Kline, S. C. 



JOEL D. HART Newark, N.J. 

NANCY L. HART Atlanta, Ga. 



JULIAN C. HASELDEN 
SANDRA J. HASH . . 
CHARLES R. HATCHER 
JAMES M. HAUSS . . 
ANNE-MARIE HAVENGA 
WILLIAM T. HAVENS . 



Scranton, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 
Graniteville, S. C. 
. Lancaster, S. C. 

Somerville, N. J. 
. Columbia, S. C. 



CARL W. HAWKINS, JR. . W. Columbia, S. C. 



PHILLIP V. HAWKINS 



Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 



ALLEN R. HAWTHORNE . . . Salem, Va. 
ROBT. F. HAWTHORNE, JR. Greenwood, S. C. 
GEORGE O. HAYES . . . Anderson, S. C. 
WAYNE L HAYES .... Wellford, S. C. 



JAMES B. HAYNES . . 
SAMUEL M. HAZEL . 
FLOYD D. HAZELRIGS 
JOHN C. HEINEMANN 
RONALD W. HEITZ . . . 
J. BRENT HELMS . . . 

MARK M. HEMEYER . . 
DAVID D. HEMINGWAY . 
GROVER C. HENDERSON 
MICHAEL L HENDERSON 
JACK N. HENDRICK, JR. . 
JOHN M. HENDRICK, JR. 

MICHAEL L. HENDRICK . 
CATHY L. HENDRIX . . 
EDWARD E. HENDRIX . . 
JONATHAN R. HENDRIX 
MICHAEL A. HENDRIX . 



Anderson, S. C. 

Hampton, S. C. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Georgetown, S. C. 

Egg Harbor, N.J. 

Columbia, S. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 

. Columbia. S. C. 

. Greenwood, S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 

Chesterfield, S. C. 

. . Conway, S. C. 

. . Conway, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

. . Dillon. S. C. 

Chester, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 



GAIL HERIOT Cayce, S. C. 



CHARLES H. HERRON . 
JOHN R. HESTER . . . 
WILLIAM W. HEWETT. JR. 
VICTOR R. HICKMAN, JR. 
JESSE C. HIERS, JR. . . 
ANDREW S. HIESTAND 



ChasHghts., S. C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
. . Cheraw, S. C. 
. Columbia, S. C. 
. Gaffney, S. C. 
Bethesda, Md. 



JOSEPH F. HIGHSMITH . . Ridgeland, S. C. 
DAVID D. HILDRETH .... Ithaca, N.Y. 

JACK J. HILL Seabrook.S. C. 

JACKI D. HILL Greenville. S. C. 

JOHN T. HILL Laurens, S. C. 

REGINALD W. HILL . . . Columbia, S. C. 

ANTHONY R. HILTON . . Hapeville, Ga. 

KENNETH E. HINES Macon, Ga. 

RICHARD J. HINES . . . Walterboro, S. C. 
JOSEPH W. HIOTT . . . Miami Springs, Fla. 
ANDREW C. HOBBIE . . . Allentown, Pa. 
STEVEN M. HOBSON . . Spartanburg, S. C. 



LARRY E. HOFFMAN . . 
RICHARD I. HOGAN . . 
MARSHALL P. HOGON . 
SAMUEL W. HOGUE III . 
JAMES G. HOLBROOK, JR. 
JOSEPH S. HOLCOMBE . 



Darlington, S. C. 
Burlington, N. C. 
. Sumter, S. C. 
Clemson, S. C. 
Gr'nsboro, N. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 



MICHAEL G. HOLCOMBE 


. Greenville 


s. c. 


JACK L HOLEMAN . . 


. Greenville 


s. c. 


WILLIAM H. HOLL . . 


Columbia 


s. c. 


WILLIAM D. HOLLEY . 


August 


i, Ga. 


LEWIS F. HOLMES . . 


Trenton 


s. C. 


THOMAS HOLST-GRUBBE 


. . . Easley 


S. C. 


BRENDA E. HOLT . . . 


. Piedmont 


s. c. 


SPENCER HONDROS . 


Bayside 


N.Y. 


LINDA 1. HOPKINS . . 


Central 


S. C. 


RICHARD W. HOPKINS . 


Port Deposi 


, Md. 


STANLEY P. HOPKINS . 


Travelers Rest 


S. C. 


WILLIAM E. HOPPER . . 


. Anderson 


S. C. 


MICHAEL D. HORTON . 


. Charleston 


S. C. 


GERALD B. HOUGH . . 


Annapoli 


, Md. 


WILLIAM B. HOUSE . Little Mountain 


S. C. 


JONATHON F. HOUSTON 


. . Easley 


S. C. 


WILLIAM C. HOUX . . 


Anderson 


s. c. 


TIMOTHY K. HOWARD . 


. Greenville 


s. c. 


COLUMBUS L. HOWELL 


. . Greer 


s. c. 


LINDA D. HUBBARD . . 


Columbia 


s. c. 


E. COLE HUCKABEE . . 


Greenwich, 


"onn. 


MICHAEL V. HUCKS . . 


Aynor 


s.c. 


WILLIAM W. HUCKS. JR. 


. . Conway 


s. c. 


NORMA A. HUDNALL . 


. . . Aiken 


s.c. 


CHARLES J. HUDSON . 


. . Conway 


s.c. 


WILLIAM M. HUDSON . 


Spartanburg 


s.c. 


EDWIN D. HUFF . . . 


. Charlotte. 


N.C. 


CALVERT W. HUFFINES . 


Walterboro 


s.c. 


JENNIFER E. HUFFMAN . 


Zanesville 


Ohio 


JAMES W. HUGGINS 


Kingstree 


s.c. 


ERNEST C. HUGHES . . 


. Winnsboro 


s.c. 


CHARLIE L. HUNNICUTT 


Pendleton 


s.c. 


HAROLD D. HUNNICUTT 


. Pendleton 


s.c. 


DANIEL B. HUNT . . . 


Isle of Palms 


s.c. 


WINTON W. HUNTER . . 


Orangeburg 


s.c. 


JENNY L. HURLEY . . 


Greenville 


s.c. 


RICHARD D. HURLEY . 


Manasguan 


N.J. 


KATHY A. HURT . . . 


. Anderson 


s.c. 


F. EDWARD HUSKEY, JR. . 


W.Columbia 


s.c. 


THELMA G. HUSKEY . 


Greenville 


s.c. 


LAWRENCE R. HUTCHINSON Rock Hill 


s.c. 



THOMAS M. HUTCHINSON Wellesley, Mass. 



GLENN R. HUTTO North. S. C. 



MICHAEL C. IMPERIALE 
FRANK H. INGLE . . . 
KAREN D. INGRAM . . 
MILLER S. INGRAM . . 
ROBERT E. INGRAM . . 

DANIEL R. IVESTER . . 
JAMES M. IVEY . . . 
GEORGE D. JACOBS . 
LEO J. JACOBS . . . 
EDWIN H. JAMES . . . 
GEORGE R. JAMESON . . 

JUDY G. JAMESON . . . 
LAKE H. JAMESON. JR. . 
LAWRENCE F. JANARELLA 
ELIZABETH L. JARRARD . . 
CAROLYN E. JARRELL . Alta 
ROBERT R. JAY . . 



. Metuchen. N.J. 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

. Columbia. S.C. 
. . Cheraw, S. C. 
. Greenville, S.C. 

. Clinton, S.C. 

Ontario, Canada 

. Gastonia, N. C. 

Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 

Bethesda, Md. 

Easley, S. C. 

Easley, S. C. 

. Clemson, S. C. 

Nanuet, N.Y. 

Marietta, S. C. 

nonte Spgs., Fla. 

Greenwood, S. C. 




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BILL R. JEFFCOAT .... Swansea, S. C. 

BILLY J. JENKINS Clover, S. C. 

JEANNE R. JENKINS . . . Columbia, S. C. 
RANDY H. JENKINS .... Santuc.S.C. 
WALTER T. JENKINS III . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
BARBARA M. JENNINGS . . Little Mtn.. S. C. 



DAVID G. JENNINGS . 
CHARLES S. JOHNSON 
JAMES M. JOHNSON . 
JERRY D. JOHNSON . 
TYLIE H. JOHNSON . 
WALTER J. JOHNSON . 



Abbeville. S. C. 
. Seneca, S. C. 
Walhalla, S. C. 
. Greer, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Columbia. S. C. 



ERNEST B. JOHNSTON . . . Belton, S. C. 
CHAFEE JONES .... Darlington, S. C. 
CHARLES F. JONES . . N. Charleston, S. C. 

DAWN C. JONES Aiken. S. C. 

EDDY R. JONES Marietta. S. C. 

EDWARD R. JONES .... Salley, S. C. 



GEORGE S. JONES . 
JIMMY M. JONES . 
JOHN E. JONES . 
LARRY D. JONES . . 
LAURENCE C. JONES 
OSCAR A. JONES . 

PATRICIA A. JONES , 

RONALD E. JONES . 

RONALD L. JONES . 

TERESA M. JONES . 

ZONNIE JONES III . 

LEONARD R. JORDAN, JR. . Columbia, S. C. 



Moncks Corner, S. C. 

. Greenville, S. C. 

. Charlotte, N. C. 

. . Ridgeland, S. C. 

. . . Selkirk, N. Y. 

. . Fort Mill. S. C. 



. . . Albion, N.Y. 
, . . Pickens, S.C. 
New Carrollton, Md. 
. Spartanburg, S. C. 
. Simpsonville, S. C. 



WILLIAM L. JORDAN . 
PATRICE A. JORDY . . 
ELLIS L. JOURDAIN . 
CHARLES M. JOYE . 
HERBERT C. JUNG, JR. 
HUGH S. KAMBO . . . 

JOHN M. KAPP . . . 
HYMAN KARESH . . . 
WESLEY J. KAVANAGH 
KENNETH D. KEATING 
NANCY E. KEE . . . 
FLOYD A. KEITH III . 



BOBBY E. KELLER . . 
JOHN E. KELLER . . 
DONALD J. KELLEY . 
WALTER T. KELLY . . 
THOMAS B. KENDRICK 
JANET L. KENNEDY . . 



Falls Church, Va. 

LaPorte, Texas 

Elloree, S. C. 

Columbia, S.C. 

Wyomissing, Pa. 

Greenwood, S. C. 

Columbia. S.C. 
Charleston, S. C. 
. . Bronx, N.Y. 
Winthrop. Mass. 
Rock Hill. S.C. 
. . Dillon. S.C. 



Spartanburg, S. C. 
Elloree, S. C. 
Greenville. S. C. 
. Columbia. S. C. 
. Stone Mtn., Ga. 
. Charleston, S. C. 



TIMOTHY J. KERNEN . . . Anderson, S. C. 

MARY D. KERR Greenville, S. C. 

MICHAEL P. KEYS .... Walhalla, S. C. 
BENJAMIN F. KING . . . Greenville. S. C. 
RICHARD L. KING . . . Colchester, Conn. 
TED D. KING Columbia, S. C. 

JAMES R. KINGMAN . . . Clemson.S.C. 
RONALD W. KINNEY . . . Charleston, S. C. 

SUSAN B. KINNEY Miami, Fla. 

JANICE L. KIRBY .... Clinton, S. C. 
MARY K. KIRK .... Lancaster, S. C. 
LYNN S. KISSAM .... Columbia, S. C. 



ROGER C. KIVETT 
JOHN M. KLINCK . . . 
ANTHONY A. KLOBA . 
TERRYL H. KLOSTERMAN 
SUSAN L KNIGHT . . . 
JOHN L. KNOWLAND . 



Chattanooga, Tenn. 

. Columbia, S. C. 

. . . Chicago, III. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 



FRANK R. KNOX Lavale, Md. 

LARRY R. KNOX Anderson, S. C. 

VICTOR J. KOLVITES . . . Belle Mead, N.J. 
STEVEN R. KOON .... Pomaria, S.C. 
PATRICK L. KOPPEL . . . Columbia, S. C. 
CARL F. KORNAHRENS . . Charleston. S. C. 

STEVE KORALENKO .... Millville, N. J. 
CHARLES J. KREIDLER . . Moorestown. N. J. 
EDWIN J. KREJCL .... Pickens, S. C. 
PAUL Q. KRUEGAR . Charleston AFB, S. C. 

C. B. LAHSER Gastonia, N. C. 

KEITH D. LAKE Prosperity, S. C. 

BARNEY D. LAMAR . . North Augusta, S.C. 

EDWARD M. LAMAR Easley, S. C. 

GARY A. LaMUNION . . . Charleston, S. C. 
LARRY W. LANEY .... Monroe, N. C. 
JULIANNE LANFORD .... Pickens, S. C. 
JEFFREY T. LANGLEY . . . Charlotte. N. C. 



RAYMOND E. LAWSON, JR. . Chester, S.C. 
WINSTON A. LAWTON, JR. . . . Estill, S. C. 
VALERIE D. LAYE . . . Greenville, S. C. 
DEXTER B. LECROY . . . Walhalla, S. C. 
RICHARD H. LEDFORD . . . Central, S. C. 
MICHAEL G. LEE . 







RODNEY M. LANGLEY 


. . Darlington. S.C. 




JENNIFER L. LARGEY . 


. . Oak Ridge, Tenn. 




PIERRE R. LaROCHE . . 


Hickory Tavern, S. C. 


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WILSON A. LATHAM . 


. . Abbeville, S.C. 


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CHARLES E. LATIMER . 


. . Bishopville, S. C. 


1 


GREGORY T. LATIN . 


. . . Glassport, Pa. 


TOMMY J. LATTIMORE 


. . Charleston, S. C. 




STEVEN C. LAUGHTER , 


. . Sundance, Wyo. 


GREGORY D. LAUR . . 


. Summerville, S.C. 




STEPHEN E. LAURIE . 


Tampa, Fla. 




BRUCE W. LAVENDER 
MARY E. LAWRENCE . 


. . Gaffney, S. C. 
. . Clemson, S.C. 


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Greenwood, S. C. 





FRESHMEN 



TONY H. LEE . . . 
MARY E. LEITKE . . 
BILLY B. LELAND . . 
JOAN K. LEPREE . . 
H. STEPHEN LESLIE . 
DENNIS A. LEVERETTE 



. . Anderson, S. C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
. Mt. Pleasant, S.C. 
Bradley Beach, N.J. 
. Abbeville, S.C. 
. . Greenville. S.C. 



ROGER B. LEVERETTE . . Satellite Beach, Fla. 
ROBERT I. LEVINE .... Allentown, Pa. 
KAREN L. LEWIS .... Greenville, S. C. 

STAN R. LEWIS Aiken, S. C. 

ROBERT E. LIDE Augusta, Ga. 

SUSAN W. LILE .... Cleveland, Tenn. 

ROBERT M. LINDLER . . . Columbia, S. C. 
ROBERT A. LINDSTEDT . . . Albany, Ga. 

MICHAEL B. LINK Taylors, S. C. 

MARK A. LIPPI .... West Pittston, Pa. 
JERRY A. LIPSCOMB .... Union., S.C. 
JOHN M. LITTLE .... Rock Hill, S. C. 




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ERNEST F. LIVINGSTON . . Swansea. S. C. 
JOSEPH S. LLOYD . . . Darlington, S. C. 
BRUCE E. LOGAN . . . Basking Ridge, N. J. 
LLOYD R. LOLLIS .... Joanna, S. C. 

SUSAN 



FRESHMEN 




JOHN P. LOMBARDI . . 


. Smithtown, N. Y. 


DOMINICK R. LOMBARDO 


. Stamford, Conn. 


KAREN E. LOMINACK . 


. Newberry. S. C. 


WALTER M. LONERGAN 


. . Fairfax, Va. 


JAMES G. LONG . . . 


Newberry, S. C. 


ROBERT S. LONG . . . 


Charleston, S. C. 


DAVID W. LOONEY . . 


Columbia, S. C. 


DONNIE E. LOONEY . . 


. Anderson, S. C. 


CHARLES N. LORD . . 


Satellite Beach, Fla 


MICHAEL R. LOUF . . . 


Jersey City. N. J 


MICHAEL L. LOVELL 


Taylors, S. C. 


RONNY L. LOWDER . . 


. . Sumter, S. C 


JOSEPH W. LOWE . . . 


New Ellenton.S. C. 


WILLIAM F. LOWE . . 


. . Laurens, S. C. 


SALVATORE A. LUCIA . 


Stamford, Conn 


ANDREW W. LUCOT III . 


. Edgewood, Md 


THOMAS E. LYNN . . 


Winnsboro, S. C 


LEWIS M. McALHANY . 


. Bamberg, S. C 


RAYMOND P. McBURNETT 


. Batesburg, S. C 


ROBERT S. McCANTS III . 


Orangeburg, S. C 


GARY M. McCOMBS . . 


. Greenville, S. C 


RHETT C. McCRAW, JR. . 


. . Gaffney, S. C 


EDWARD C. McCREADY . 


. Pittsburgh, Pa 


PAMELA K. McCREERY . 


Ellicott City, Md 


WILLIAM T. McDANIEL III 


. . Leesville, S. C 


ROBERT L. McDAVID . . 


. Piedmont, S.C 


daniel s. Mcdonald . 


Fayetteville, N. C 


kathy j. Mcdonald . 


. Greenville, S. C 


james J. Mcdowell, jr. 


. . Kershaw, S. C 


LAWRENCE R. McDOWELL 


. Willow Grove, Pa 


JOYCE A. McENTYRE . 


Easley, S. C 


BOBBY D. McGEE . . . 


Batesburg, S. C 


FRANK H. McGILL, JR. . 


. Kingstree, S. C 


KATHRYN E. McGILL . . 


. Greenville. S. C 


PETER A. McGUIRE . . . 


. Scottsville, N Y 


EUGENE R. MclNTOSH III 


Mt. Pleasant, S.C 


WALTER S. McJUNKIN . 


. . Liberty. S. C 


SUSAN M. F. McKEE . . 


Greenville, S. C 


THOMAS B. McKEE . . . 


. Charleston, S. C 


ARTHUR J. McKINNEY . 


Mauldin, S. C 


THOMAS L McKINNEY . 


Easley, S. C 


JAMES R. McKOWN . . 


Gaffney, S. C 


CARRIE K. McLANE . . 


Seneca, S. C 


FRED R. McLANE . . . 


. Rock Hill, S.C 


KENNETH F. McLAURIN . 


Bamberg, S. C 


CAROL A. McLELLAN . 


Seneca, S. C 


GORDON K. McLEOD, JR. 


Timmonsville, S. C 


HAROLD S. McLEOD . . 


Scranton, S. C 


JOHN G. McMAKIN . . 


Tucker, Ga 


CRAIG S. McMANUS . . 


. Charleston, S. C 


james a. McMillan . 


.' Bamberg, S. C 


ROBERT F. McNAB . . 


Charleston, S. C 


KENNETH C. McNABB . 


Alexandria. Va 


LESLIE D. McNAIR . . 


. Jackson. S.C 


THOMAS E. McOUEEN . 


Easley, S. C 



NANCY M. McWHORTER .. Lincoln+on, Ga. 

C. DEAN MADDOX Bath. S. C. 

ROBIN J. MAGERS . . . Anderson, S. C. 
GARY M. MAHAFFEY . . . Greenville, S. C. 
JAMES R. MALONE . . . Brunswick, Ga. 
WILLIAM T. MANESS . . Honea Path. S. C. 
DAVID A. MANLEY .... Seneca, S. C. 



CHARLES R. MANNING 
JOHN T. MANNSMANN 
CHARLES R. MARION . 
CHARLES S. MARISCA 



Melrose, Mass. 
. Trenton, N.J. 
Antreville, S. C. 

Neptune, N.J. 



EDWARD M. MARKOWICH . Cranford. N.J 
RICHARD A. MARSDEN . Winfield Park, N.J 



ELIAS J. MARSH . . . 
JOHN D. MARSHALL . . 
JOHN W. MARTIN . . . 
WILLIAM MARTIN . . 
ZACK T. MARTIN . . . 
KATHY A. MASON . . 

GARY K. MASSEY . . . 
JEROME W. MASSIE . . 
JOHN W. MATHEWS . 
CARL S. MATHENY, JR. . 
THOMAS L. MATKINS . 
CHARLES H. MATTHEWS 



Clearwater, Fla. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

Woodbridge, N. J. 

. Fairfield, N.J. 

. Gastonia, N. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 

. Greenville. S. C. 
. Sayreville, N. J. 
. East Point, Ga. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
, . . Miami, Fla. 
. Lake City, S. C. 



EDWARD C. MATTHEWS II . Blackville, S. C. 
STEPHEN MATTISON . . . Anderson, S. C. 
BARRY W. MAULDIN .... Clinton, S. C. 
ALAN D. MAXWELL . . Greenwood. S. C. 
WILLIAM M. MAXWELL . . . Ouincy, Fla. 
CHARLES A. MAYER . Little Mountain, S. C. 



JOHN E. MEADE . . 
RAYMOND C. MEADE 
ROBERT E. MEADORS 
ROBERT A. MEANS . 
ROBERT V. MELTON . 
ERNEST D. MERCK . 



Williston Park, N. Y. 

Rosemont, Pa. 

. . Clinton, S.C. 

Greenville, S. C. 
. Williamston, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 



TIMOTHY C. MERRELL . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
JAMES L. METZE .... Columbia, S. C. 
BETTE J. MEYERRIECKS . Myrtle Beach, S. C. 
PHILLIP A. MIDDLEBROOKS . . Union, S.C. 
ALAN F. MIDURA .... Wilmington, Del. 



CAROLYN B. MILES . 
DONALD H. MILLER . 
HARRY M. MILLER . 
MICHAEL C. MILLER 
RICHARD W. MILLER 
RONALD M. MILLER 



. Greenville, S. C. 

North Augusta, S. C. 

. . Fort Mill, S.C. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

. . Lebanon, Pa. 

. . Buffalo. N. Y. 



MARK R. MILLIKEN .... McLean, Va. 
ROBERT P. MILLS .... Greenville, S. C. 

STEVE A. MILLS Saluda, S.C. 

R. E. MINGLEDORFF, JR. . . Savannah, Ga. 
CAROLYN C. MITCHELL . . Oxford, Conn. 
GARY M. MITCHELL . . . Columbia, S. C. 



JOHN R. MITCHELL 
NED R. MITCHELL . 
ROBERT E. MITCHELL 
SCOn K. MITCHELL 
JOHNNY D. NIXON 
DANNY A. MIZE . . 



Alexandria, Va. 

Charleston, S. C. 

. Sumter, S.C. 

. Clemson, S. C. 

. Beaufort. S. C. 

. Belton, S. C. 




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HAROLD A. MOBLEY .... Easley, S. C. 
ROBERT L. MONEY .... Bethesda, Md. 
DAVID G. MONJOT . . Rocky River, Ohio 
GEORGIA F. MONTGOMERY Greenville, S. C. 
HENRY M. MOODY .... Cayce, S. C. 
MICHAEL C. MOODY .... Dillon, S. C. 
RANDALL W. MOON . . Anderson, S. C. 



BRENT C. MOORE . . 
EDWIN N. MOORE . 
ROBERT E. MOORE, JR. 
ROBERT J. MOORE . 
ROBERT B. MOORER . 



Spartanburg, S. C. 
. Van Wyck, S. C. 
. Bishopville, S. C. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 
Moorestown, N. J. 



HUNTER H. MOORHEAD . Blacksburg, S. C. 



THOMAS C. MOOSE . 
STEVEN L. MORGAN . 
RICHARD L. MORRELL 
JAMES W. MORRIS, JR. 
LISBETH A. MORRIS . 
STEVE A. MORRISON . 

DAVID L. MORROW . 



Newberry, S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 

Ware Shoals, S. C. 

Cartersville, Ga. 

Timmonsville, S. C. 

. . Seneca, S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 



MILES W. MORROW, JR. . Ellicott City, Md. 



ROBERT J. MOSELEY, II 
LEWIS G. MOSS . . 
RAYMOND A. MOSS . 
VAN S. MOSS . . . 



PETER S. MOWLAJKO . 
THOMAS F. MUESELER 
NANCY D. MUIRHEAD 
GREGORY F. MULL . 
HARRY H. MULLAN . 
BOYCE L. MULLER . . 

EDGAR G. MUNDAY . 
HORACE M. MUNGO 
HENRY B. MUNN, JR. 
BARBARA C. MUNSON 
EDWARD Y. MURPHY . 
FRANK J. MURPHY . . 

MICHAEL P. MURPHY 
LAWTON E. MURRAY . Moncks Corner, S. C. 
LINDA K. MURRAY . . . Gastonia, N. C. 
EDWARD E. MYERS . . Moncks Corner, S. C. 
KENNETH W. MYERS . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 



Clemson, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 
Blacksburg, S. C. 

. . Barnwell, S. C. 

Latrobe, Pa. 

. Greenville, S. C. 

Easley, S. C. 

N. Augusta, S. C. 

Blythewood, S. C. 

. Anderson, S. C. 

Rock Hill, S. C. 

. Rock Hill, S. C. 

. . Seneca, S. C. 

Edgemoor, S. C. 

Canandaigua, N. Y. 

Gainesville, Fla. 



MICHAEL L. MYERS 
GERARD K. NASS . 
DONALD E. NEAL . 
TOMMY Y. NEAL . 
CORNELIA E. NEALE 
BETH O. NEEDHAM 



. Pickens, S. C. 
. Ramsey, N.J. 
, Walhalla, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 
Knoxville, Tenn. 



JAMES R. NEEL Newberry, S. C. 

JOE C. NEELY Rock Hill, S. C. 

LINDA K. NEELY .... Greenville, S. C. 
WILLIAM H. NEELY, JR. . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

DAVID M. NESBITT Decatur. Ga. 

LEONARD M. NEWCOMB III Hampton, S. C. 

GEORGE T. NEWELL . Moncks Corner, S. C. 

PAUL M. NEWELL Winder. Ga. 

DAVID A. NEWTON .... Central, S. C. 
ERIC D. NEWTON . ... Asheboro, N. C. 
PAUL S. NEWTON .... Clemson, S. C. 
RONALD D. NICHOLSON . . Salem, S. C. 



AASE MARIE NILSSEN 



Smithtown, N. Y. 



KENNY K. NOBLES Aynor, S. C. 

JAMES E. NOFFZ .... Cross Hill, S. C. 
MARGARET A. NOFFZ . . Ninety Six, S. C. 

JOHN E. NORRIS Vance, S. C. 

ROBERT T. NORRIS .... Clemson, S. C. 
WILLIAM M. NORRIS, JR. . Greenville, S. C. 

DAVID B. NORTON . . . Charlotte, N. C. 
JEFFREY G. NUOVO . New Hyde Park, N. Y. 
GEORGE E. OAKLEY . . Seat Pleasant, Md. 
RONALD W. OAKLEY . Newport News, Va. 

DEAN R. OBERG Verona, N.J. 

TIMOTHY E. O'BRIEN . . Stamford, Conn. 



JAMES C. O CAIN . . Hendersonville, N. C. 
WILLIAM R. O'DANIEL . . . Carlisle, S. C. 
CRAIG F. O'DELL . . Hickory Tavern, S. C. 
RICHARD F. ODOM . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
CHARLES R. OLIVER . . Hagerstown, Md. 
CHARLIE S. OLIVER .... Duncan, S. C. 



RONALD A. OLIVER . . 
RONNIE N. OLIVER . . 
RICHARD L. OLSZEWSKI 
THOMAS J. O'MAHONY 
ANSEL D. ORANDER, JR. 
CHARLIE A. ORVIN . . 



Hemingway, S. C. 

Florence, S. C. 

. . Baltimore, Md. 

Howard Bch., N. Y. 

Easley, S. C. 

Greer, S. C. 



RICHARD D. OSMENT . . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
WILLIAM H. OSTENDORFF . Charleston, S. C. 
CARLTON D. OUZTS . . Summerville, S. C. 
BOBBY W. OWEN .... Greenville, S. C. 

ROBERT M. OWEN Easley, S. C. 

LINDA S. OWENS Decatur. Ga. 

ROGER G. OWENS .... Pickens. S. C. 
WYLIE T. OWENS .... Lake View, S. C. 

JERRY C. PACE Gresham. S. C. 

LLOYD W. PACE Easley. S. C. 

DAVID D. PAGE . . . Moncks Corner, S. C. 
GARVIN S. PAGE .... Lake View, S. C. 



RUSSELL N. PAGE . 
FRAZER S. PAJAK 
SALVATORE C. PAPA 
GEORGE A. PAPPAS 
BERNIE V. PARENT . 



. . Clemson, S. C. 

New Windsor, N. Y. 

. Bethpage. N.Y. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 



DAVID M. PARHAM . . . Greenville, S. C. 
WILLIAM J. PARK. JR. . . Greenwood, S. C. 

LEE B. PARKER Greenville, S. C. 

SUSAN E. PARKER .... Greenville, S. C. 
THOMAS M. PARKER, JR. . . Sumter, S. C. 
TONY W. PARKER .... Bamberg, S. C. 



WAYNE R. PARKER . 
WILLIAM E. PARKER . 
GARY M. PARSONS . 
GEORGE L. PARTLOW 
COURTNEY S. PATRICK 
DOUGLAS F. PATRICK 



Greenville, S. C. 

Maplewood, N. J. 

Newberry, S. C. 

. Hellertown, Pa. 

Chas. Hghts., S. C. 

Orangeburg, S. C. 



RAYMOND G. PATTERSON . . Norris, S. C. 
HAROLD F. PAXTON . . . Brevard. N. C. 
CLARENCE M. PAYNE . . . Kershaw, S. C. 
GEORGE S. PEACE . . . High Point, N. C. 

JOHN E. PEAKE Pauline, S. C. 

GEORGE M. PEARCE . . . Cheraw, S. C. 




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ERNEST C. PEARSON . . Charlotte, N. C. 
WILLIAM D. PECTOL . . . Kingsport, Tenn. 
HERSCHEL Q. PEDDICORD Williamston, S. C. 

EMILY L. PEEK Columbia, S. C. 

BENJAMIN F. PEIRCE . . Charleston, S. C. 
THOMPSON E. PENNEY . Charleston, S. C. 



BARNEY F. PEPPER . 
DAVID L. PETERSON 
DAVID H. PETREE . 
FRANK C. PHELPS III 



. Walhalla, S. C. 
. Blacksburg.S. C. 
Tobaccoville, N. C. 

. . Easley, S. C. 



JAY S. PHILLIPS Rockv 

MICHAEL E. PHILLIPS . . Summervi 



i, Md. 

s.c. 



SANDRA J. PIAZZA . . . Stratford, Conn. 
SUZANNE PICKENS . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
CLARK M. PIERCE . . . Jamestown. N. C. 

TERRY R. PIERCE Slater, S.C. 

CLARENCE J. PINSON . . Greenwood. S. C. 
CONNIE B. PINSON . . . Bamberg. S. C. 



JOHN W. PINTO, JR. 
ARTHUR V. PITMAN 
LINDA V. PITTS . . 
ROBERT T. PITTS, JR. 



Charleston, S. C. 
North Augusta, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 
. . Fairforest, S. C. 



THOMAS W. PLUMBLEE . . Newberry, S. C. 
MARVIS X. POLK Fairfax, Va. 



JAMES M. POOLE . . . 
SANDRA M. POOLE . . 
WILLIAM R. POOLE III . 
MICHAEL W. PORT . . 
WILLIAM L. PORTER . . 
WILLIAM B. PORTERFIELD . 

RUPERT L POSTON, JR. . 
GREGORY P. POUDEVIGNE 
JOHN A. POWELL III . . 
ROLAND L. POWELL . . 
WAYNE T. POWELL . 
RICHARD O. POWER 



. Raleigh, N. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 

Gaffney, S. C. 

Georgetown, S. C. 

Orangeburg, S. C. 

. Greenville, S. C. 

. Lake City, S. C. 

Levittown, Pa. 

Macon. Ga. 

Greer, S. C. 

Westminster, S. C. 

Laurens, S. C. 



JOHN B. POWERS . 
TERRY S. POWERS . 
JAMES E. PRATER . 
DANIEL H. PRESNELL 
GENE D. PREVATTE . 
BRUCE W. PRICE, JR. 



. . Sutton, Mass. 

Campbell Hall, N. Y. 

Columbia, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

. Hemingway, S. C. 

. Anderson, S.C. 



DAVID R. PRICE . . . 
GLENN E. PRICE . . . 
FAIREY L. PRICKETT, JR. 
DOUGLAS L. PRIDGEON 
DAVID C PRINCE . . 
FRANK T. PRINCE, JR. . 

DAVID W. PRINTUP . . 
TED C. PROSSER . . . 
JAMES A. PRUITT . . 
KENNETH B. PRUITT . . 
ALLEN B. PUCKETT III . 
LYMAN B. PUETTE, JR. . 



Washington. D. C. 
. Abbeville, S.C. 
St. Matthews, S. C. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 
Hawkinsville, Ga. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 



Topsfield, Mass 
Florence, S. C. 
McCormick. S. C. 
Newberry, S. C. 
Columbus, Miss. 
. Jackson, S. C. 



PATRICIA A. PUTNAM . .- Greenville, S. C. 
PASKEL P. PYE, JR. . . . Walterboro, S. C. 
HARRIET E. OUATTLEBAUM . Columbia, S. C. 
ROBERT W. OUATTLEBAUM Woodstown, N.J. 
STEVEN K. OUATTLEBAUM . Manning, S. C. 
JERRY C. OUEEN .... Greenville, S. C. 



JAMES J. QUIGLEY . . Atlantic City, N.J. 
JAMES D. QUINN. JR. . . . Sumter, S. C. 

SARA L. RABY Hickory, N. C. 

JAMES H. RAINES Easley, S. C. 

BRUCE E. RAMPEY .... Central, S. C. 
McKINNEY H. RAMSEY . . Anderson, S. C. 

MARGARET S. RAMSEY . . . Inman, S. C. 

ERIC C. RANDALL Aiken. S. C. 

DAVID J. RANSOM . . . Mt. Lebanon, Pa. 
JOHN H. RANSON .... Andrews, S. C. 

JOAN H. RAPP Hampton, S. C. 

ELIZABETH R. RATCLIFFE . Hemingway, S. C. 



JOHN A. RATTERREE 
GEORGE W. RAUTON 
ALLEN D. READ, JR. . 
READLING, JAMES R. 
LOUISA J. READY . , 



. Rock Hill, S. C. 

Johnston, S. C. 

Georgetown, S. C. 

Florence, S. C. 

. Johnston, S. C. 



OLEITA V. REECE P.ckens, S. C. 

ALLEN W. REED .... Glenridge, N. J. 
JAMES T. REED . . . Flowery Branch, Ga. 
RICHARD T. RENFROW . . Columbia, S. C. 
CHRISTOPHER C. RHODES . . Tyrone, Pa. 
SUSAN J. RHODES .... Pickens, S. C. 
FRANK L. RHYNE, JR. . . Gastonia, N. C. 



SAMUEL O. RICARD . . 
JOHN C. RICH .... 
JOHN W. RICHARDS . . 
NORMAN S. RICHARDS . 
HARVEY L. RICHARDSON . 
SUZANNE E. RICHARDSON 



Leesville, S. C. 
Stamford, Conn. 

Kershaw, S. C. 

Macon, Ga. 

. Conway, S. C. 

. Barnwell, S. C. 



CYTHINA M. RICHTER . . Morristown, N. J. 
DAVID K. RIDDLE . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
VIRGINIA D. RIDDLE . . . Columbia, S. C. 
STANLEY R. RIGGINS . . . Gaffney, S. C. 

STEVE B. RIMER Marion, S. C. 

JAMES G. RIPLEY Decatur, Ga. 

THERESA R. RISH Cayce, S. C. 

STEPHEN G. ROBERSON . Greenville. S. C. 
JAAKSI A. ROBERTS . . Newport News, Va. 
WILLIAM A. ROBERTS . . Martinsville, N. J. 
LORA F. ROBERTSON . . Greenville, S. C. 
SHARON D. ROBINETT . . . Aiken, S. C. 



DONALD W. ROBINSON . 
ELIZABETH G. ROBINSON . 
GERALD H. ROBINSON . . 
LARRY M. ROBINSON . . 
EDWARD P. RODELSPERGER 
DONALD R. ROGERS . . . 

EDWIN B. ROGERS . . . , 
JOHN H. RODGERS, JR. . 
ROBERT E. ROYERS, JR. . 
THOMAS B. ROLLER 
JOHN L. ROLLISON 
JOHN B. ROMANSKY 



Clover, S. C. 

Covington, Ga. 

. Saluda, S. C. 

Gaffney, S. C. 

Newberry, S. C. 

. Walhalla, S. C. 

. Clemson, S. C. 
Clemson, S. C. 
. . Vienna, Va. 
Moorestown, N.J. 
Greenwood, S. C. 
. Pennsville, N. J. 



DOUGLAS P. ROPER, JR. . . . Tifton, Ga. 

LARRY C. ROPER Taylors, S. C. 

ROSKO, MICHAEL P. . . . Bethlehem, Pa. 
DANNY R. ROSS .... Anderson, S. C. 

DAVID W. ROSS Florence, S. C. 

DONALD N. ROSS Taylors, S. C. 




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PATRICIA 


L. ROSTRON 


. Clemson 


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STEPHEN 


B. ROTHWELL . 


Covingto 


n, Va 


DONNA A. ROUSE . . 


Laurens 


S.C 


REBECCA 


T. ROUSE . . 


Fountain Inn 


S.C 


GEORGE 


C. ROWLAND . 


. Charleston 


S.C 


JOSEPH A. RUKAT . . . 


. Penn Hil 


s, Pa 


DALE H. 


RUMPH . . . 


Hampton 


S.C 


JAMES B. 


RUNION . . 


Greenville 


S.C 


RICHARD 


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. Columbia 


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BARRY W 


. RUSSELL . . West Columbia 


S.C 


DAVID S. 


RUTLAND . . 


. . Fairfax 


S.C 


PETE A. RUTSKIN . . . 


Tampa. Fla 


THERESA 


C. RYNKIEWICZ 


. Clinton 


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DAVID V. 


SAITTA . . . 


Doraville, Ga 



SAMUEL A. SALTERS . . . Lancaster, S. C. 
DAVID M. SANDERS .... Chester, S. C. 
LINDA B. SANDERS .... Bamberg, S. C. 

MIKE R. SANDERS .... Walhalla, S. C. 
WILLIAM H.SANDERS . Yonges Island, S. C. 
MARK G. SANDRI . . . Simsbury, Conn. 
BARBARA A. SAN MIGUEL Spartanburg, S. C. 
ERIC J. SANSONETTI . . . Baltimore. Md. 
SHELLIE M. SAULS .... Mullins, S. C. 



DOROTHY A. SAVAGE 
JANE A. SAVERANCE . 
LAURA G. SAVERANCE 
STEVE D. SAWRUK . . 
DONALD C. SAYLOR . 



Anderson, S. C. 

Annandale, Va. 

Annandale, Va. 

Nutley. N.J. 

Swansea, S. C. 



ROBT. L. SCARBOROUGH, JR. Eastover, S. C. 



MICHAEL F. SCANLAN . Georgetown, S. C. 



GARY R. SCHECHTMAN 
KEITH L. SCHNEIDER . 
SUSAN SCHUMACHER 
DAVID R. SCHWAB . . 
JOHN R. SCOGGINS . 

BENJAMIN L. SCOTT . 
JOHN M. SCOTT . . . 
JULIUS G. SCOTT, JR. . 
LIZABETH K. SCOTT . . 
MARY S. SCOn . . 
PETER G. SCOTT . . . 



RONALD F. SCOTT . . 
VERA A. SCOTT . . . 
JULIA C. SCREWS . . 
GEORGE W. SEABROOK 
POLLIANNE SEEGARS . 



. Franklin Sq„ N.Y. 

. . . McLean, Va. 

. Walhalla, S.C. 

Birchrunville, Pa. 

Smyrna, S. C. 

N.Charleston, S. C. 
. Lake View, S. C. 
. Hollywood, S. C. 
. Greenville. S. C. 
Summerville, S. C. 
. Huntington, N.Y. 



Grenwood, S. C. 

Greenwood, S. C. 

. Anderson, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

McBee, S.C. 



JACQUELINE I. SELFRIDGE . Millville, N. J. 



JOHN M. SEVERS . . . 
CARROLL L. SEXTON, JR. 
WILLIAM E. SEXTON, JR. 
GARY E. SEYLE E. . . . 
DOUGLAS R. SHANNON 
KATHY SHANNON . . 

CHARLES W. SHARP, JR. 
RAYMOND D. SHARPTON 

REGINALD J. SHARPTON 
JERRY W. SHAW . . . 
RANDOLPH G. SHAW . 
JAMES P. SHEALY III . . 



. Charlotte, N. C. 
Greenwood, S. C. 
. Falls Church, Va. 
Mt. Pleasant, S.C. 
. . Chester, S. C. 
Newberry, S. C. 

. . Sumter. S. C. 

. . Atlanta, Ga. 

N.Augusta, S. C. 
Ware Shoals, S. C. 
. Cartersville, Ga. 

Graniteville, S. C. 



MARY E. SHEALY . . 
FREDERICK W. SHEETZ 
MICHAEL L. SHEFFIELD 
DALE W. SHELLEY . . 



. . Leesville, S. C. 

N. Providence, N. J. 

. Dunn Loring, Va. 

Green Sea, S. C. 



JAMES B. SHELLY Atlanta, Ga. 

WILLIAM H. SHERARD . Williamston, S. C. 



VICTORIA S. SHERIFF . 
GEORGE B. SHERWOOD 
GARY S. SHORB . . . 
GEORGE D. SHULER . . 
JASPER W. SHULER . . 



Seneca, S. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 

Silver Spring, Md. 

. Holly Hill, S. C. 

. Holly Hill, S. C, 



TED H. SHULER Santee, S. C. 



JAMES E. SHUTE Fort Mill, S. C. 



DAVID H. SHUTTLEWORTH 



Dillon, S. C. 



EDWARD C. SIEGEL . . Summerville. S. C. 

DAVID M. SIMPSON . . Simpsonville, S. C. 

GARLAND S. SIMPSON III . . Lyman, S. C. 

JAMES M. SIMPSON . . Williamston, S. C. 



ROBERT B. SINGLETARY 
DAVID L. SINGLETON . 
ROBERT E. SINK . . . 
RAYMOND E. SISTARE 
BEVERLY A. SKARDON 
ELIZABETH J. SKELTON 

LINDA E. SKELTON . . 
THOMAS D. SKIDMORE 
JAMES R. SKINNER . 
MIKE J. SLOAN . . . 
DAN R. SMALLEY . . 
BECKI J. SMART . . 



. Charleston, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 

Easley, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

. . Roselle, N.J. 

. Woodruff, S. C. 

Caracas, Venezuela 

. . Atlanta, Ga. 

Greer, S. C. 



BRUCE C. SMITH . 
DAVID R. SMITH . . 
DEBORAH G. SMITH 
DONNA J. SMITH . 
GREGORY W. SMITH 
JOHN M. SMITH . . 



Anderson, S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

Greenville. S. C. 

. Wagener, S. C. 

. Columbia. S. C. 

. . Wisacky, S. C. 



KELLY S. SMITH . 
NORMAN K. SMITH 
RICHARD K. SMITH 
ROBERT H. SMITH 
ROBERT P. SMITH . 
RONALD G. SMITH 



RONALD W. SMITH . 
SAMUEL E. SMITH. JR. 
THOMAS A. SMITH . . 
TOMMY B. SMITH . . 
WALTER H. SMITH . 
WILBUR W. SMITH . . 

DANE E. SMYRE . . . 
NANCY C. SNIPES . . 
MICHAEL L. SNYDER . 
JOHN J. SOKOHL . . 
ALPHONSO SOLOMON 
DONNIE R. SORENSON 

CHARLOTTE L SOTTILE 
MICHAEL B. SOUTHERS 
MARTIN E. SOWELL . 
JOHN E. SPARKS . . 
BRENDA G. SPEARMAN 
EUGENE S. SPELL . . 



Greenville. S. C. 

. . Belton, S. C. 

Walterboro, S. C. 

Detroit, Mich. 

Lawrenceville, Ga. 

Easley. S. C. 



Cades, S. C. 
. Lake City. S. C. 

Seneca, S. C. 
. . Laurens. S. C. 
Fountain Inn, S. C. 
. Piedmont, S. C. 



. Darlington, S.C 
Salters, S. C 
. . Triangle, Va 
Lookout Mtn., Tenn 
. . Columbia, S.C 
Travelers Rest, S. C 

. Isle of Palms, S.C. 

. Spartanburg, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Columbus, Ga. 

. . Greenville, S. C. 

Cottageville, S. C. 








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NATHANIEL SPELLS . . . Columbia, S. C. 

SID W. SPENCER Monroe, N. C. 

RAYMOND P. SPREEN . Morris Planis, N. J. 
HAROLD T. SQUIRES . . Greenwood, S. C. 
CHARLES C. STAFFORD . . Lexington, N. C. 
CAROL L. STAHLKUPPE . . . Atlanta, Ga. 



KATHE L. STAKEMAN . 
DAVID K. STANCIL . . 
JOSEPH D. STANDEFFER 
FRANK W. STANLEY, JR 
JOHN S. STANLEY . . 
CLARK K. STECHER, JR. 

CARL H. STELLING . . 
LOUIS A. STENDER . . 
DAVID C. STEPHENS . . 
ALAN M. STEPP . . . Y 
JAMES M. STERLING . . 
FRANCES W. STEVENSON 

CARL R. STEWART . . 
CHARLES D. STEWART . 
JAMES M. STEWART 
JOAN M. STEWART . . 
JAMES P. STILL . . . 
JACK A. STINSON, JR. . 



. Bennettsville, S. C. 

Marietta, Ga. 

. . Anderson, S. C. 

Lodge, S. C. 

Panama, Canal Zone 

. . Camphill, Pa. 

. Oakville. Ontario 

. Charleston, S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 

Hendersonville, N. C. 

. . Newberry, S. C. 

Seneca, S. C. 



Franklin Lakes, N.J. 

. Taylors, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Greenwood, S. C. 

. Charleston, S. C. 



CAROL A. STOCKMAN . Greenville, S. C. 
RANDALL R. STODDARD New Kensington, Pa. 
WESLEY A. STODDARD . Spartanburg, S. C. 
MORGAN M. STOKELY . . Kingsport, Tenn. 
RICHARD C. STOKES . . . Bethune, S. C. 
FRANK E. STREHLE . . Newport News, Va. 



BENNIE S. STRICKLAND 
MICHAEL D. STROBLE . 
LAWRENCE E. STROUD 
WILLIAM B. STROUPE . 
HERBERT E. STUCKEY . 
SALLIE A. STURGIS . 

HERBY K. STUTTS . . 
TIMOTHY W. STUTTS . 
JAMES H. SUMMEY . 
JAMES D. SWANGER . 
BETTY S. SWIFT . . . 



FRANK E. SZYMKIEWICZ 



. Anderson, S. C. 

Graniteville, S. C. 

. Great Falls, S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

Indiantown, S. C. 

Rock Hill, S. C. 

Newberry, S. C. 

. Rock Hill, S. C. 
. . Pickens, S. C. 

. Rock Hill, S. C. 
. . Bristol, Tenn. 
. . Elmira.N.Y. 



CHARLES P. TAAFFE . . . Albany, N.Y. 
PABLO TAHTAGIAN . Ramos Mejia, Argentina 
EDGAR L. TALBERT . . . McCormick, S. C. 

DAVID T. TALLOW Dillon, S. C. 

MICHAEL V. TATE . . . Simpsonville, S. C. 
RICHARD T. TAUNTON . . . Fairfax, Ala. 



DOUGLAS O. TAYLOR 
GERALD H. TAYLOR . 
JAMES W. TAYLOR . 
TERRY W. TAYLOR 
WILLIAM D. TAYLOR 
ALLEN L. TEAGUE . . 



Walhalla, S. C. 



impsonvilli 

Lauren 

Greenvill 

Columbi. 



S. C. 
, S. C. 
, S. C. 
, S. C. 



Columbia, S. C. 



CURTIS TEMPLETON . . .- Lake Wales, Fla. 

MARY J. TERRY Piedmont, S. C. 

WILLIAM D. TERRY . . Fountain Inn, S. C. 
WILLIAM M. THAMES III Ormond Beach. Fla. 
CHARLES M. THOMAS . . Columbia, S. C. 
CLIFTON W. THOMAS . . Nebane, N.C. 



EDWARD M. THOMAS 
HARRY A. THOMAS . 
JAMES R. THOMAS . 
VIRGINIA A. THOMAS 
ERIC K. THOMASON 



. Salisbury, Md. 

. Carlisle, S. C. 

Dacusville, S. C. 

Catawba, S. C. 

Lyman, S. C. 



ALLISON T. THOMASSON . Lancaster, S. C. 



JAMES W. THOMPSON 



Rock Hill, S. C. 



PHILIP C. THOMPSON . . Pendleton, S. C. 
JOHN G. THORNHILL . . Charleston, S. C. 
JERRY M. THORNTON . Glenn Springs, S. C. 
W. DAVID THRAILKILL . . Greenville. S. C. 
JOHN W. THREATTE . . Chesterfield, S. C. 



RANDOLPH M. TILLER, JR. 
DEBORAH R. TILLOTSON 
WAYNE F. TIMMER . . 
CHARLENE M. TIMMS . 
GILL D. TIMPSON . . . 
WILLIAM B. TINDAL . . 



Florence, S. C. 

Seneca, S. C. 

Bethlehem, Pa. 

Anderson, S. C. 

Edgefield, S. C. 

Bishopville. S. C. 



WILLIAM W. TINSLEY . . Fort Myers, Fla. 
ALBERT C. TODD . . . Greenwood, S. C. 
CHARLES M. TODD . . Massapequa, N. Y. 

JIMMY W. TODD Loris, S. C. 

LAURA J. TODD Norfolk, Va. 

MURRAY R. TODD .... Annapolis, Md. 

H. PRESSLEY TOMPKINS, JR. Summerville, S. C. 
SUSAN K. TOOLE .... Greenville, S. C. 
KENNETH A. TORR, JR. . . Lancaster. S. C. 

AL M. TOWERY Sumter, S. C. 

JOHN R. TOWN . . West Long Branch. N.J. 
GARY R. TRACEY Clairton. Pa. 

JAMES M. TREMBLEY . . . Sumter. S. C. 
NICKY R. TRICE .... Columbia, S. C. 
WANDA L. TRIPP . . . Travelers Rest, S. C. 
CHALMERS E. TROUTMAN . Troutman, N. C. 

GARY R. TRUETT Greer, S. C. 

BONNIE J. TRULUCK . . Charleston, S. C. 



KENNETH H. TRYTHALL 
WM. D. TRYTHALL, JR. 
ADGER L. TURNER . . 
CALVIN C. TURNER, JR. 
MICHAEL L TURNER . 
REBECCA W. TURNER . 



Parkv 



Md. 



. Bethlehem, Pa. 

Greenville. S. C. 

Williamston. S. C. 

. . Seneca, S. C. 



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S.C. 



TIMOTHY W. TURNER . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
RONALD D. TWITTY . . . Charlotte, N. C. 
CHARLIE E. TYLER III . . . Wagener, S. C. 

JOHN T. TYLER Estill. S. C. 

LAWRENCE L. UNGER . . Greenville. S. C. 
STEPHEN A. USRY .... Florence, S. C. 

JACK G. VALLENTINE .... Cope, S. C. 
WILLIAM W. VanALLEN . Bedminster, N. J. 
NANCY L. VanHOY . . Summerville, S. C. 
DAVID T. VanVOLKENBURG . . . Erie, Pa. 
MICHAEL A. VAUGHAN . . Gaffney, S. C. 
TED L. VAUGHAN .... Arlington, Va. 



CHARLOTTE E. VAUGHN 
FRANK R. VAUGHN . . 
JAMES W. VAUGHN . . 
KENNETH S. VAUGHN . 
LUD W. VAUGHN . . 



Greenville. S. C. 

Greer, S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 

Greenville. S. C. 

. Gaffney. S. C. 



ANDREW M. VELECHENKO Flemington, N. J. 





GEORGE D. VICK . . . 
JOHN T. VOGLER . . 
FREDERICK F. VOLLHERBST 
JAMES H. WACKWITZ . Ne 
TIMOTHY F. WADDELL . . 
FRANK S. WAESCHE III . 

ANDREW R. WALDEN . . 
SAMUEL M. WALDREP . 
BERT H. WALKER . . . 
JOHN T. WALKER . . . 
ROBERT D. WALKER . . 
WILLIAM N. WALKER . 

JAMES L. WALSER . . 
GEORGE G. WALTERS . 
HENRY M. WALTERS . . 
MICHAEL C. WARD . . 
ROBERT S. WARDLAW 
JOHN H. WARNER . 

JOHN M. WATERS . . 
JOYCE L. WATKINS . 
THOMAS F. WATKINS 
WALTER J. WATKINS 
WILLIAM J. WATKINS 
BEVERLEY G. WATSON 

EDWARD C. WATSON 
EMILY F. WATSON . 
LAWRENCE S. WATTS . 
PATRICK R. WATTS . . . 
WALDO J. WATTS . . . 
LAWRENCE L. WEATHERS 

TERRY W. WEATHERS . 
HENRY M. WEBB . . . 
CALVIN R. WEEKS . . 
FRANK J. WEISENSEE . 
BARBARA A. WELBORN 
JULIUS W. WELBORN III 

JOHN L. WELCH . . . 

ROBERT L. WELCH . . 

JAMES L. WELLS . . . 

JEROME C. WELLS . . 
JOHN K. WELLS . . . 
STEPHEN L. WELSH . . 



Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
Charlotte, N. C. 

. Springfield, N.J. 
w Providence. N.J. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 
. . Baltimore, Md. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

. . Chester, S. C. 

Seneca, S. C. 

. Columbia, S. C. 

. . Greer. S. C. 
. Charleston, S. C. 

Taylors, S. C. 

. . Cheraw, S. C. 

. Anderson, S. C. 

Marion, S. C. 

St. Matthews. S. C. 

. Greenwood, S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

. Greenwood, S. C. 

Seneca, S. C. 

N. Charleston, S. C. 

Batesburg, S. C. 

Easley, S. C. 

Andrews, S. C. 

Easley, S. C. 

Morris Plains, N.J. 

Camden, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

iwman, S. C. 

N.Charleston, S.C. 

. Hartsville, S. C. 

Savannah, Ga. 

. Toms River. N.J. 

. . Pickens, S.C. 

. . Tryon, N.C. 

Columbia, S. C. 
. . Dillon, S.C. 
Murrells Inlet, S.C. 
Orangeburg, S. C. 
. Beaufort, S.C. 
. Walhalla, S. C. 



FRESHMEN 




VIRGINIA L. WEST . 
JEFFERY M. WESTON . 
BARRY F. WETZLER . 
PIERCE L. WHATLEY . 
C. W. WHETSTONE. JR. 
CRAIG N. WHITE . . 



KATHERINE A. WHITE 
RONNIE B. WHITE . 
WORTHLYN A. WHITE 
JOHN A. WHITENER . 
RALPH E. WHITESELL 
ROBERT C. WHITMIRE 



Atlanta, Ga. 

. . . Union, S.C. 

Stone Harbor, N.J. 

Columbia, S. C. 



St. Matthews, 

. . Fairfa 



S.C. 
«, Va. 



Fountain Inn. S. C. 
. Anderson, S. C. 
. Columbia, S.C. 
Lancaster. S. C. 
. Rock Hill, S.C. 
Greenville, S. C. 



RAYMOND R. WHITT, JR. . . Easley, S. C. 
MARY K. WIGGINS . Point Pleasant, W. Va. 

JULIE A. WILCOX Elkton, Md. 

ELLEN K. WILDES . . . Cumberland, Md. 
RICHARD L. WILEY . . . Anderson, S. C. 
DOUGLAS G. WILKERSON . N.Chas., S. C. 



ROBERT T. WILKINS . 


Greenville, S. C. 


CHALMERS L. WILKS . 


. Greensboro, N. C. 


JACK W. WILKS . . . 




FRANKLIN N. WILKY . 


. . Durham, N. C. 


DAVID A. WILLIAMS . 


. . Rock Hill, S.C. 


JOHN K. WILLIAMS . . 


Columbia, S. C. 


JUDITH L. WILLIAMS . 


. Rock Hill, S.C. 


MELVIN Z. WILLIAMS . 


. Mt. Pleasant, S.C. 


NORMAN R. WILLIAMS 


. . . Easley, S. C. 


RUSSELL S. WILLIAMS . 


. . Greenville, S. C. 


TRAVIS T. WILLIAMS . 


. . Anderson, S. C. 


WILLIAM W. WILLIAMS 


. . Clinton, S.C. 


WILLIAM P. WILLIAMSON . . York, S. C. 


CAROLE B. WILSON . 


Clemson, S. C. 


KEITH M. WILSON . . 


Atlanta, Ga. 


STEPHEN D. WILSON . 


. . Anderson, S. C. 


WILBUR W. WILSON . 


Ware Shoals, S.C. 


DENNIS J. WIMBERLY . 


. St. George, S. C. 


JOSEPH R. WIMMER, JR. 


. . . Cayce, S. C. 


LARRY D. WINDHAM . 


. . Sumter, S.C. 


THOMAS R. WINN , . 


. . Estill, S.C. 


PHILIP B. WINSTON . . 


Jonesboro, Ga. 


THOMAS D. WITHERS . 


. . . Mobile. Ala. 


ANDREW F. WITKO . 


. . Arlington, Va. 


STEVE L. WITT .... 


Capitol Height, Md. 


GLENN A. WOERNER . 


Ewson, N. J. 


ANTOINETTE WOLFE St. 


Petersburg Bch., Fla. 


MICHAEL D. WOLFE . . 


. . . Vienna, Va. 


MARSHALL B. WOOD . 


Atlanta, Ga. 


PAMELA A. WOOD . . 


Mt. Pleasant, S.C. 



ANDREW D. WOODHAM, JR. Bishopville, S. C. 
HENRY W. WOODLEY . . . Raleigh, N. C. 
NANCY A. WOODSON . . . Liberty, S.C. 
DEWARD B. WOOLBRIGHT Spartanburg, S. C. 
JACK E. WOOTEN . . . Columbia, S. C. 
DON A. WORLEY .... Newberry, S. C. 

JOSEPH N. WORLEY . . . Charleston, S. C. 
JAMES M. WRIGHT . . . Greenville, S. C. 

JUDITH E. WRIGHT Ward, S. C. 

SHERRY H. WRIGHT . . . Gastonia, N. C. 
THOMAS W. WURTZ . . . Wantagh, N.Y. 
DAVID W. YARDLEY, JR. . . Chester, S. C. 



JAMES C. YEAMAN . , 


. Durham, N. C. 


WILLETT L YERKES . . , 


. Rising Sun, Md. 


ERIC B. YOGMAN . . . 


. Nashville, Tenn. 


LARRY E. YONCE . . . 


Johnston, S. C 


GARY D. YOUELL . . . 


Hendersonville, S. C 


JAMES E. YOUMANS . 


. . Varnville, S. C. 


JAMES E. YOUNG . . 


Easley, S. C. 


JAMES R. YOUNG . . 


Kershaw, S. C. 


OTTO J. YOUNG, JR. . 


. Greenwood, S. C. 


PATRICK L YOUNG . . 


Marietta. Ga. 


PHILIP H. YOUNG . . 


. Cleveland, N. C. 


THOMAS O. YOUNG . 


. . Brunson, S. C. 


EDWARD M. YOUNGINER 


Ill Columbia, S.C. 


DAVID C. ZACHARIAS . 


Berwyn, Pa. 


ODELL C. ZACHARY . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


ROBERT A. ZDRADA . . 


. Parsippany, N. J. 


CATHERINE J. ZEIGLE . 


. Charleston, S. C. 


BRIAN L. ZIMMERMAN . 


. Kensington, Md. 



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REBECCA JO TURNER 
Treasurer 



PHIL GEBERT 
Vice-Pres.dent 



MICHAEL CARTER 
President 



MAUDE LAWTON 
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HAROLD CHANDLER III 
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JEAN JORDAN 
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FRANK L. DAY, Director 




CLEMSON UNIVERSITY 
AT GREENVILLE 

Clemson University at Greenville offers its stu- 
dents all freshman courses required for admittance 
at the main campus. Located at the Greenville TEC 
facilities on U. S. 291 by-pass, the extension is able 
to afford educational facilities to more students. 

Directing the extension this year is Frank L. Day, 
who has under him a faculty composed of many 
professors who have taught at Clemson. Students 
attending the Greenville Extension usually transfer 
to the mam campus after completing one year's 
study. 




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GREENVILLE EXTENSION 




JOSEPH G. BAGWELL . 


Greer, 


JOEL L BAILEY . . . 


Greenville, 


JOHNNY S. BAILEY . . 


Greenville, 


ARNOLD E. BALLEW . . 


Greenville, 


WILLIAM T. BELL, JR. . . 


. Piedmont, 


JERRY T. BRADY . . . 


Pelzer, 


CAROL G. BRANDON . 


Greenville, 


JAMES R. BROOKS . . . 


Greenville, 


THOMAS C. COBB . . . 


Greenville, 


CORDELIA E. COLE . . 


Greenville, 


HENRY C. COLEMAN . . 


Greenville, 


MICHAEL D. CORLEY . . 


Greenville, 


GEORGE A. COTHRAN . 


Greenville, 


JAMES E. DUNCAN . . 


Greenville, 


CARROLL R. EARNHARDT 


. . Taylors, 


JIMMY R. FINLEY . . . 


Greenville, 


LINDA S. FINLEY . . . 


Greenville, 


SAMUEL F. FLETCHER . 


Greenville, 


SHEILA W. FLETCHER . 


. Williston, 


CHERYL LYNN FLOYD . 


Greenville, 


ROBERT H. FORESTER . . 


. Greenville, 


FRED A. FULLER . . . . 


Greenville, 


RICHARD W. GALWAY . 


. Greenville, 


PEGGY S. GARLAND . . 


Greenville, 


PHILLIP E. GEBERT . . . 


Greenville, 


MICHAEL R. GILLIAM . 


Whitmire, 


LEAH A. GILSTRAP . . . 


Greenville, 


P. LOUVENE HAIRSTON . 


Taylors, 


THOMAS HARDY . . . 


Easley, 


JOSEPH E. HARPER . . 


Greenville, 


JAMES D. HATLEY . . . 


. . Taylors, 


GERALD E. HILES . . . 


Easlev 


BENJAMIN L. HOLDER . 


Greenville, 


FRANK D. HOWELL . . 


Greer, 


AMOS HYKES 


Greenville, 


VICKY LYNN JENNINGS . 


Greenville, 


ROBERT P. JENSEN . . . 


Greenville, 


FRANCIS E. KANIA . . . 


Greenville, 


WARREN N. KING . . . 


Greenville, 


JERRY L. KIRKLAND . . 


Hodges, 


JAMES L LaFOY . . . . 


Greenville, 


DAVID A. LASKIS . . . 


Greenville, 


ELIZABETH H. LAWTON . 


Greenville, 


MANDE E. LAWTON . . 


Greenville, 


SHARON F. LORD . . . 


Greenville, 


MORRIS W. McCOLLEY . 


Greenville, 


HUBERT P. MclNTYRE . . 


Greenville, 


RAY M. McNAMARA . . 


Greenville, 


DANIEL G. MACE . . . 


Greenville, 


DOUGLAS S. MILLER . . 


Greenville, 


DENNIS R. MOORE . . . 


Greenville, 


MARY F. MULLEN . . . 


Greenville, 


DIANA L. OWEN . . . . 


Greenville, 


ROY C. OWINGS . . . 




BONITA M. PARKER . . 


Greenville, 


THOMAS E. PIERRE . . . 


Greenville, 


SHIRLEY S. PITTMAN . . 


Greenville, 


JAMES E. PONDER, JR. . 


. . Easley, 


WILLIAM R. PORTER . . 


Greenville, 


FURMAN D. RAMSEY . . 


Greenville, 



GREENVILLE EXTENSION 



BRENDA H. REECE . . 


Greenville, S. C 


HASKELL D. REECE . . 


Greenville, S. C 


ANDREW E. ROBINSON . 


. Greenville, S. C 


HELEN J. ROSS . . . 


Greenville, S. C 


ANDREW J. SARANKO . 


. Greenville, S. C 


DONNA K. SMITH . . 


Easley, S. C 


FRANCIS M. SMITH . . 


. . . Estill, S. C 


RIGGIE C. SMITH . . 


. Greenville, S. C 


WILLIAM H. SMITH, JR. 


Greenville, S. C 


WILLIAM G. SNIPES . . 


West Pelzer, S. C 


JAMES H. STONE, JR. . 


Greenville, S. C 


RICHARD C. SWILLEN . 


. Greenville, S. C 



RICHARD A. TRAYNHAM . Greenville, S. C. 
CLINTON M. TUCKER . . Greenville, S. C. 
KENNETH TURNER . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
CHRISTOPHER M. WATSON Greenville, S. C. 
ELLEN M. WILLIAMS . . Greenville, S. C. 
JEFFREY A. WATERS . . Fountain Inn, S. C. 





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CLEMSON UNIVERSITY 
AT SUMTER 

The Clemson University Extension at Sumter has 
grown in size and quality since its founding a few 
years ago. Started in an effort to extend educa- 
tional opportunities to more students, the extension 
has expanded to reach this goal. 

Under the direction of Dr. S. M. Willis and his 
competent faculty, the Sumter Extension offers fresh- 
man and sophomore courses to its students. Stu- 
dents at the extension normally transfer to the main 
campus after completing one or two years. 





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SUMTER EXTENSION 





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MIRANDA C. ADDISON . . Manning, S. C. 
DAVID C. ALDERMAN . . . Sumter, S. C. 
JOHN C. ALFORD, JR. . . Sumter, S. C. 
WILLIAM A. ALWOOD II . . Sumter, S. C- 
BOBBY R. ANDERSON . . Manning, S. C. 
JAMES B. ANDERSON . . . Florence, S. C. 

JOHN F. BAKER Rembert, S.C. 

BENNIE T. BARWICK . . . Sumter, S. C. 

JAMES A. BAUER Sumter, S. C. 

LINDA L. BEASLEY .... Sumter, S. C. 
ROBERT H. BEATY .... Sumter, S. C. 
DAISY M. BELUIN Sumter, S. C. 

CATHY C. BESSER .... Sumter, S.C. 
JACK H. BLACKMON . . . Sumter. S. C. 
CARL K. BLAKELY . . . Johnson City, Tenn. 

LINDA M. BONEY Sumter, S.C. 

DANIEL F. BOYCE .... Sumter, S. C. 
SAMUEL R. BOYKIN . . . St. Charles, S. C. 

JULIA D. BRADHAM . . . Sumter, S. C. 
CHESTER H. BRAND .... Sumter, S. C. 
FRANCIS R. BROGDON . . Sumter. S. C. 
MICHAEL T. BROGDON . . Sumter, S.C. 

JUDY B. BROWN Sumter, S.C. 

MARK L. BROWN .... Manning, S.C. 

SONIA M. BROWN . . . Bishopville, S. C. 
WILLIAM C. BROWN . . . Sumter, S. C. 
MICHAEL D. CARLON . . . Sumter, S. C. 
HAROLD CHANDLER . . . Sumter, S.C. 
WILLIAM C. CHANDLER . . . Sumter, S.C. 
LARRY W. CLARK .... Boykin, S. C. 

MARY L. COGGIN .... Sumter, S.C. 
ALAN D. COKER .... Turbeville, S. C. 
FRED C. COLEMAN .... Sumter, S.C. 
NORMAN J. CONDREY . . Sumter, S. C. 
ROBERT L. COOK .... Dalzell, S. C. 
WARREN E. COOK .... Sumter, S. C. 

TINA R. COON .... Wedgefield. S. C. 
THOMAS J. CUSHMAN . . Sumter, S. C. 
PATRICIA A. DALY .... Sumter. S.C. 
RANDY H. DANIELS . . . Sumter, S.C. 

FRED E. DAVIS Manning, S.C. 

ELIZABETH A. DEATON . . Sumter. S. C. 

DAVID C. DORITY .... Sumter, S. C. 

MELVIN D. FORT Sumter, S. C. 

GLEN I. GARRIS Sumter, S. C. 

ARTHUR D. GEDDINGS . . Paxville, S. C. 

EDWARD G. GEDDINGS . . Sumter. S. C. 

WARREN T. GIVENS . . . Sumter. S. C. 

JULIAN B. GLOVER .... Sumter. S. C. 
DEBORAH L. GORDON . . Sumter, S. C. 
META C. GORDON .... Sumter, S. C. 
FRANK R. GRAYBEAL . . . Sumter, S. C. 
DAVID L. GREEN .... Lynchburg, S. C. 
JUDY L GRIFFIN .... Sumter, S. C. 

STEPHEN B. GRIFFIN . . . Sumter, S. C. 
WAYNE D. GRIFFIN . . „ . . Sumter, S. C. 
GARY M. GRIFFITH .... Sumter, S. C. 
JOHNNY W. GUILDS . . . Sumter.S.C. 
WILLIAM R. GULLEDGE . . Wedgefield, S. C. 
PETER T. HALEY Sumter, S.C. 



SUMTER EXTENSION 



ERNIE D. HATFIELD .... Sumter, S. C. 
DAVID E. HAZELWOOD . . . Sumter, S. C. 
CURTIS L HOBBS .... Lynchburg, S. C. 
DARLENE HODGE .... Manning, S. C. 
MARLENE HODGE .... Manning. S. C. 
JOHN D. HOLLADAY . . Georgetown, S. C. 

MARION D. JENKINSON . Summerton, S. C. 
JAMES D. JENNINGS . . . Sumter, S. C. 
LINDA J. JORDAN .... Sumter, S. C. 
MASATERU KAWAMURA . . Sumter. S. C. 
STEVEN R. KEREKANICH . . Columbia, S. C. 
FRANKLIN D. KING . . . Manning, S. C. 

CLIFTON R. KOLB .... Pinewood. S. C. 

BYRON J. KUDRA Sumter, S. C. 

NOEL E. LAREAU Sumter, S. C. 

GEORGE R. LAWHON . . Effingham, S. C. 
GRADY A. LAYTON . . Timmonsville, S. C. 
SHIRLEY J. LEACH .... Sumter, S. C. 

ALAN D. LEGG .... Quinwood, W. Va. 
DENISE R. LeMOYNE .... Sumter, S. C. 
NEWTON R. LESTER . . . Pinewood, S. C. 
NANCY C. LIGHTHILL . . . Sumter, S. C. 
CLAUDIA J. LOWDER . . Manning, S. C. 
BRIAN C. McGINNIS .... Sumter, S. C. 

MARION G. McLEOD . . . Sumter, S. C. 
MICHAEL F. McLEOD . . . Sumter. S. C. 
LONNIE T. MATHIS .... Sumter, S. C. 
LAREASE L. MIMS .... Kingstree, S. C. 

MARK L. MOSELEY .... Sumter, S. C. 
WILLIAM K. MOTTIS .... Oak Park. III. 

CALVIN NATHANIEL .... Sumter, S. C. 
KAY A. OLDHOUSER .... Sumter, S. C. 
WILSON H. OLDHOUSER, JR. . Sumter, S. C. 
JOHN M. PADGETT . . . Camden, S. C. 
MARLA J. PADGETT . . . Camden, S. C. 
ALTON C. PARNELL .... Sumter, S. C. 

JAMES F. POOLE Sumter. S. C. 

JOHN D. PRINCE. JR. . . . Sumter, S. C. 

LOIS C. PRITCHARD .... Sumter, S. C. 

ROBERT E. PULOS Sumter, S. C. 

ANDY M. REVILL Sumter, S. C. 

BARRY M. REYNOLDS . . . Sumter, S. C. 

SAMUEL F. RHODES . . . Mayesville, S. C. 

MARY V. RIDGILL Sumter. S. C. 

ROBERT M. ROGERS .... Sumter, S. C. 
LINDA F. ROMINGER . . . Sumter, S. C. 
KATHLEEN M. ROSS .... Sumter, S. C. 
THOMAS E. ROSS Sumter, S. C. 

WILLIAM H. SEYMOUR . . . Sumter, S. C. 
WARREN G. SLUSS .... Sumter, S. C. 
FRANCIS L. SMITH .... Camden, S. C. 
LINDA J. SMITH .... Bishopville, S. C. 
RONALD T. SPIVEY .... Sumter, S. C. 
WILLIAM A. STAFFORD. JR. . Sumter, S. C. 

PAUL T. STONE Manning, S. C. 

RICHARD C. STRAUSS . . . Sumter, S. C. 
RICHARD D. SURMAN . . Seattle, Wash. 
STEPHANIE A. TAYLOR . . . Sumter, S. C. 
HARRY A. THAMES .... Sumter, S. C. 
TERRY R. THOMAS . . . Hartsville, S. C. 




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JOHN J. TINDAL . . . . 


Sumter 


s. c. 


BECKY J. TRULUCK . . . 


Sumter 


s. c. 


KENNETH C. VINSON . . 


. Camden 


s. c. 


GARY M. WATKINS . . . 


Bishopville 


s.c. 


ROBERT WATKINS . . . 


. Sumter 


s. c. 


ROY C. WATTERS, JR. . . 


. Sumter 


s.c. 


HENRY D. WELCH, JR. . 


Society Hill 


s.c. 


FREDERICA T. WELLONS . 


. Americu 


s, Ga. 


JOHNNIE M. WILLIAMS . 


Sumter 


S.C. 


WILLIAM G. WILLIAMS, JR 


. Sumter 


S.C. 


HARRY H. W. WILSON . 


. Sumter 


S.C. 


ROBERT L WILSON . . 


. Sumter 


S.C. 


DAVID M. WINKLES, JR. . 


. Oswego 


S.C. 


JACKIE H. WORRELL . . 


. Sumter 


S.C. 


GEORGE F. WORSHAM . 


Bishopville 


s.c. 


CLAUDIA A. WRIGHT . 


Sumter 


s.c 


WARREN G. WRIGHT . 


Sumter 


, s. c 


ORVILLE F. ZUNK . . . 




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Kenneth D. Ayers 
William G. Clarlcson 
Thomas G. Garrett 
Hubert L. Mathias, Jr. 
Stephen L. Hinson 




ORGANIZATION INDEX 



Aero Club, 105 

Agricultural Economics Club, 245 

Air Force ROTC, 304 

Alpha Gamma, 164 

Alpha Phi Omega, 220 

Alpha Tau Alpha, 240 

Alpha Zeta, 219 

Amateur Radio Club, 250 

AATCC, 251 

AATT, 246 

American Ceramic Society, 252 

American Chemical Society, 253 

American Dairy Science Association, 254 

AICE, 255 

AIIE, 259 

ASAgE, 268 

ASCE, 261 

ASME, 264 

American Society of Metals, 258 

Angel Flight, 307 

Area C- 1 Headquarters, 316 

Army Flight Program, 310 

Army ROTC, 308 

Arnold Air Society, 3 14 

Associated General Contractors, 292 

Baptist Student Union, 330 

Beta Sigma Chi, 298 

Block and Bridle Club, 266 

Block "C" Club, 50 

Blue Key, 222 

Campus Crusade for Christ, 326 

Canterbury Club, 331 

Central Dance Association, 136 

Cheerleaders, 46 

Chester County Club, 301 

Chi Lambda, 200 

Christian Science Association, 332 

"The Chronicle", 130 

Circle K, 224 

Clemson Food Science Club, 260 

Clemson 4-H, 269 

Clemson Horticulture Club, 272 

Clemson Players, 247 

Company C-4, 3 18 

Concert Band, 152 

Counter-Guerrillas, 322 

Debate Team, 302 

Delta Kappa Alpha, 168 

Delta Phi Kappa, 172 

Delta Sigma Nu, 276 

Delta Theta Chi, 204 

Dillon County Club, 300 

Dixie Sky Divers, 100 

Economics Club, 275 



Fellowship of Christian Athletes, 333 

Flight Instructor Program, 306 

Forestry Club, 270 

Gamma Beta Phi, 225 

Gamma Omega Phi, 226 

Glee Club, i 54 

IEEE, 279 

Inter-Fraternity Council, 160 

International Student Association, 297 

Inter-Sorority Council, 202 

lota Lambda Sigma, 278 

Kappa Alpha Sigma, 282 

Kappa Sigma Nu, 180 

Keramos, 227 

Light Brigade, 31 I 

Mu Beta Psi, 238 

Newman Student Association, 328 

Numeral Society, 184 

Omicron Zeta Tau, 206 

Order of Athena, 239 

PR 4th Regimental Headquarters, 317 

PR Pledges, 320 

Phi Eta Sigma, 230 

Phi Kappa Delta, 288 

Phi Kappa Phi, 232 

Phi Psi, 283 

Poultry Science Club, 273 

Pre-Veterinary Club, 284 

RPA Club, 274 

Rifle Team, 104 

Sailing Club, 102 

Scabbard and Blade, 312 

Sigma Alpha Zeta, 192 

Sigma Beta Chi, 208 

Sigma Kappa Epsilon, 196 

Sigma Psi Nu, 296 

Sigma Tau Epsilon, 228 

SAAgEd, 294 

SAM, 286 

SAME, 242 

Student Government, 109 

Tae Kwon Do, 106 

TAPS, I 1 8 

Tau Beta Pi, 236 

"The Tiger", 124 

Tiger Band, 148 

Tiger Brotherhood, 234 

Wesley Foundation, 329 

WSBF, 142 

Xi Sigma Pi, 237 

Young Democrats, 288 

YMCA Cabinet, 334 

YMCA Staff, 336 

Young Republicans, 290 



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Alice Manufacturing Co 561 

American Bank & Trust 541 

Anderson Oil Co., Inc 588 

ARA Slater 600 

Avco Lycoming 584 

Astro and Plaza Theatre 553 

L. G. Balfour Co 590 

Ballentine Motors 594 

Bank of Augusta 588 

Barrens, Ltd 557 

Beacon Hill Steak Colony 549 

Belk of Columbia 594 

Berry's on Main 591 

Bishopville Petroleum 535 

Borden's 585 

Brown's Cycle Shop 597 

Brown's Liquor 580 

The R. L. Bryan Co 619 

Cabana Inn 567 

Calhoun Lemon 583 

Capitol Store 549 

Carolina National Bank 593 

C. F. McCrary 592 

Chicopee Manufacturing Co 594 

Chill Chest, Inc 517 

Clemson Jewelers 565 

Clemson Service Station 557 

Clemson Shoe Service 563 

Clemson Theatre 569 

Coastal States Life Ins 601 

Coburg Dairy 557 

Coca Cola Bottling Co 600 

Cokers Pedigreed Seed Co 579 

Commodity Engineering Co 587 

Crepe Myrtle Inn 573 

C. R. Hipp, Inc 529 

Crowson-Stone Printing Co 577 

Crystal Motel 593 

Cullums, Inc 555 

Dan's 547 

Dargan Const. Co., Inc 573 

Davenport's 598 

Dilmar Tire Co., Inc 551 

Dobson's Hardware 563 

Duke Power Co 539 

Dunlop 615 

Easley Lumber 591 

The Easley Progress 537 

Edisto Farms Dairy 595 

Elkay Industries 545 

Equitable Life Assurance 590 

Fant's Camera Shop 561 

The Fashion Corner 581 

Ferro Corporation 543 

Fort Hill Federal Savings & Loan 618 

Fort Hill Natural Gas 618 

Fort Roofing 589 

Georgia Pacific 611 

Gerrish Milliken 577 

Gibbes Machinery Co 573 

Glendell Builders 541 

Great Lakes Carbon Co 606 

Greenville News 567 

Hardee Manufacturing Co., Inc 585 

Harpers 5 & 10 561 



RTISERS 

Harris Sporting Goods 600 

Hystron Fibers 593 

Hensley. Fred C 571 

Imperial Manufacturing Co 571 

Interstate Paper Co 575 

Irving R. Wilson 612 

Ivey's 580 

J. B. Lacher 586 

Jacobs Manufacturing Co 559 

Jamile J. Francis 553 

J. Milton Truluck 541 

Joyce Anne Shop 587 

J. P. Stevens & Co., Inc 614 

Kay's Shop 586 

Lawrence and Brownlee 587 

L. C. Martin Drug Co 599 

Lees-Wright, Inc 598 

Lockwood Green Engineers, Inc 596 

Lorick Office Equipment Co 551 

Lynch Drug Co 531 

Mack's 559 

Marion Burnside Motors, Inc 543 

Myers Arnold 592 

Neil Gillespie 575 

One Hour Martinizing 569 

Palmetto Quarries 580 

Patterson Realty Co 563 

Pet Dairies 535 

Power Oil Co 608 

Rabbits 586 

Red Carpet Lounge 565 

Reeves Bros 604 

Rex Knitting Mills 581 

Rex Osteen Chevrolet 589 

Robin Hood Wool Shop 618 

Rollins Blazers, Inc 584 

Ruscon Construction Co 617 

Rush Wilson, Ltd 597 

Sadlers Style Shop, The 555 

South Carolina Electric & Gas Co 582 

South Carolina National Bank 607 

Sears Roebuck of Anderson 547 

Sharpe's Formal Wear 583 

Sherwin-Williams Co 588 

Singer Co., The 601 

Sloan's Men's Store 565 

Sonoco Products Co 610 

South Carolina Electric Coops 605 

Southern Electric Co 579 

Southern Lumber and Millwork 545 

Southerner Restaurant 618 

Springs Mills, Inc 609 

State Bank and Trust Co 551 

State Record, The 613 

Steel Heddle Mfg. Co 603 

Sullivan Hardware Co 617 

Tanatex Chemical Co 616 

Terry Bottling Co 596 

Top Value Enterprises 537 

Walters and Hillman Campus Shop 569 

WBCU-Union 592 

White's 553 

Whittle Motor Co., Inc 545 

Williams Furn. Co 559 

Winchester Smith 549 

Wometco Food Service 595 

Woodside Mills 602 

W. W. Brittain Const. Co 589 




SENIOR DIRECTORY 



ABBOTT, JOHN JULIAN 

Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4; Senate 3; 

KDX 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship I, 

2, 3, 4; Scuba Diving Club 2, 3, 4. 

ABERCROM8IE, WILLIAM LEROY, JR. 

SAM 4; SAZ 3, 4. 
ABERNATHI, BENJAMIN EDWARD 

SAM 3, 4. 

ABERNATHY, LARRY WILLIAM 
Gamma Alpha Mu 3, 4; Calhoun Lit- 
erary Society, Vice-President 4; Elec- 
tions Board 2, 3, 4, Vice-Chairman 4; 
"The Chronicle", Reviews Editor 4. 



ABRAMS, JEFFREY RONALD 

Architectural Faculty Award I; Tau 
Sigma Delta Award 2; Rudolph E. Lee 
Award 3; Phi Eta Sigma I, 2, 3, 4; 
Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Tau Sigma Delta 
4; Student AIA I, 2; Circle "K" 2; 
Hillel-Brande.s I, 2, 3, 4. 



ADAMS, HARRY PATTERSON 
Keramos Merit Award 3; Owens-Corn- 
ing Fiberglas Scholarship 4; Keramos 
3, 4, President 4; ACS 2, 3, 4, Secre- 
tary 4. 

ADAMS, JOHN NICHOLS 

AChS I, 2, 3, Vice-President 4; West- 
minster Fellowship. 

ADDIS, BRENDA GAIL 
WSA President 4; House Council I, 2, 
President 4; SBX 3, 4; Clemson Players 
4; YD 3; Executive Council 4; Women's 
Residence Court 4; ISC 4. 



ALBERS, RICHARD ALLEN 

Block "C" Club 2, 3, 4, 5; ASCE 5; 
ACS I, 2; Track I, 2, 3, 4, 5. 

ALDRIDGE, MARION D. 
Blue Key 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 
4- Gamma Alpha Mu 2, 3, 4, Secretary. 
Treasurer 4; Central Spirit Committee 
2, 3, Chairman 3; Student Body Vice- 
President 4; Senate 3; Affairs Commit- 
tee Chairman 3: SCSSL 2, 3, 4; Senate 
Chaplain 3; SUSGA 2; NSA Study 
Committee 4; President's Cabinet 3, 
4; Young Republicans 3, 4; YMCA 
Cabinet 3; AG 3, 4; Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes I, 2; Westminster 
Fellowship 4; Trainer— Football, Basket- 
ball I, 2; Calhoun Forensics 3, 4. 

ALFORD, JOHN MANTON 

Dillon County Clemson Club I, 2, 
Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; TAPS 
Activities Editor 4 

ALLEN, CARL MONTGOMERY 

Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4; Financial Review 
Board 2, 3, 4; NS Social Chairman. 



ALVERSON, DAVID ROY 
Tiger Band I, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band I, 
2, 3; Mu Beta Psi 2, 3, 4; Delta Sigma 
Nu 2. 



AMMONS, WILLIAM ROSS 
Tiger Brotherhood 2, 3, 4; Block "C" 
Club 3, 4; Football I, 2, 3, 4. 

ANDERSON, LELAND BARLE 
SKE 3, 4. 

ANDERSON, TERRY KENNETH 

Phi Psi 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Phi Kappa 
Phi 3, 4; AATCC I, 2, 3, 4, President 
3, 4; Defense Attorney, High Court 4; 
"The Tiger" 2: YR 2, 3, 4; YD 3. 



ANGLE, STANLEY BOIES, JR. 

SAME I; Cross Country Track I; Sports 
Car Club of Clemson University, 2, 
President 3. 



ARNOLD, FRANK HERBERT III 
YD I, 3, 4; Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4. 

ASHFORD, DOROTHY M. 
ACM 2, 3; Resident Assistant WSA; 
Angel Flight 3, 4; Clemson Players I, 2 



ASKINS, HARRY RAYMOND 

SAZ 2, 3, 4; Scuba Diving Club I. 

ASTON, LEWIS ELDRIDGE 
Charleston County Club I, 2, 3, 4, S; 
Counterguerrillas I, 2, Outstanding CG 
2; Arnold Air Society 3, 4, 5; Scabbard 
and Blade 4, 5. 

ATKINS, MARTHA CARRIE 
"The Tiger" 3. 

AUGHTRY, BARRY K. 
SAM 3, 4; PKD 3, 4; Wesley Founda- 
tion I, 2; Advanced ROTC 3, 4. 

AVINGER, HARRY CARLISLE, JR. 

IEEE I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Army 
ROTC; Campus Crusade for Christ. 

AVINGER, JOHN OLIVER 
lota Mu Sigma 3, 4, Secretary 4; SAM 
3; Advanced ROTC 3, 4; Beta Sigma 
Chi 3, 4. 



AYERS, RODERICK GLEN, JR. 
APO I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, 4; 
Army ROTC I, 2, 3, 4. 



BAER, NEIL ROBERT 



BALL, NANCY DIANA 
OZT I, 2, 3, Sergeant-at Arms; BSU I, 

2, 3; Light Brigade I, 2. 

BALLARD, REBECCA 
WSA 2, 3, 4; Dorm President I, Vice- 
President 2; Hall Monitor 2; ISC 3, 4; 
OZT I, 2, President 3, 4; YR I, 2, 
Social Chairman 2, Executive Secretary 
of S. C. YRs 2; BSU I, 2, 3, 4; Religi- 
ons Emphasis Week Committee 3; 
Women's Glee Club I, 2; Southern 
Panhellenic Conference '66; Clemson 
4-H I, 2; YMCA I, 4; Student Leader- 
ship Conference '67; Tigerama Chair- 
man 2. 

BALLAS, CATHERINE MARY 

YRs 3, Corresponding Secretary 4. 

BARBARY, SHELLEY WHITE 

Dixie Day Queen I; Sweetheart PKD 3; 
Sponsor, Scabbard and Blade 2; Phi 
Kappa Phi 3, 4; Gamma Sigma Delta 

3, 4; Order of Athena 3, 4; Light Bri- 
gade I; SBX I, 2, 3, 4; TAPS Junior 
Staff 2; Cheerleader I, 2, 3. 



BARKER, JAMES FRAZIER 
Langdon Cheeves Scholarship Award 
4; Tau Sigma Delta 3, 4; AIA 2, 3; 
High Court Attorney 3; CDA 3, 4; 
DKA 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; Varsity 
Track 2, 3, 4; Block "C" Club 4. 

BARKER, MARY NELL 
Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4; ISA I, 2, 3. 



BEACH, HARRIS LEWIS, JR. 
Gamma Beta Phi I, 2; Pre-Law Society 

1, 4; High Court Attorney 2, 3. Chief 
Attorney 3, Attorney General 4; Gamma 
Omega Phi 2, 3, 4; PRs I, 2, 3, 4, 
President 4; SCSSL 3, 4, Delegation 
Chairman 4; YR Second Chairman, 
Caucus 3. 

BEAMAN, WALLACE DANIEL 
Design Award 2; AIA I, 2. 

BECKHAM, WILLIAM P. Ill 

FCA 2; Kershaw County Clemson Club 

2, 3, 4; Football 2. 

BEDAR, PAUL DAVID 

Arnold Air Society 3, 4, Comptroller 4; 
NSA I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2; Academic 
Committee Chairman 4; Glee Club 3, 
4; Baseball I. 

BEHRENS, WILLIAM ALLEN 
Outstanding CG Award 2; PRs Bronze 
Achievement Medal 3. 



BELCHER, EARL LEWIS, JR. 
IEEE I, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Cross Coun- 
try; YR 3, 4; Weightlifmg Club 2, 3. 

BELKEN, RICHARD JAMES 

Clemson Amateur Radio Club I; Ad- 
vanced ROTC 2. 

BELKNAP, GREGG ALCON 
SAM 4, 5; IEEE 3; YR I, 2, 3, 4, 5; 
AFROTC Band I. 



BELLFLOWER, RICHARD HIMES 
lota Lambda Sigma 3, 4; WSBF I, 2, 
3, 4. 

BENZ, GREGORY PAUL 

Clemson Track Team I, 2, 3, 4, 5; Con- 
ference Champion Shot Put '67, '68; 
AIA I, 2, 3, 4, 5; "The Chronicle" 4,5. 

BERKOVICH, CHARLES ALAN 

Scuba Diving Club I, 2, 3, 4. 

BESSENT, CARL TIMOTHY 
Delta Sigma Nu 2. 



BIERLEY, SARAH T. 
WSBF I, 2, 3; "The Tiger" I, 2. 



BLACKBURN, JOHN ANTHONY 

Honorable Mention for South Carolina 
Concrete Masonry Award 2; S. C. Lum- 
ber and Buiding Materials Prize 3; 
S. C. AIA Award 4; Tau Sigma Delta 
(Scribe) 4, 5; Phi Kappa Phi 4, 5; 
AIA President I, 2, 3, 4, 5; Fencing 
Club. 



BLACKWELL, JAMES MICHAEL 

Newtonian Society 4; Cherokee County 
Club 2. 3. 

BLAIR, EDSEL DEAN 
Best Drilled AFROTC Freshman I; 
Dean's List 3; Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4; 
Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4. 

BLAIR, ROBERT C, JR. 
SAME 3; Sports Car Club 3, 4; Tang 
Soo Do Club I. 

BLAKE, THOMAS LEWIS 
Football I, 2, 3. 

BLANKS, WILLIAM JACKSON, JR. 
AlChE 2, 3, 4; SAME 3, 4. 

BLASCO, RONALD L. 

Junior of Year, SAM; SAM 3, 4; 
Advanced ROTC. 

BOBO, JAY CRAFT 
lota Mu Sigma 3, 4; SAM 3, 4. 

BOCK, ROBERT FRED, JR. 

AChS I, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Tau Epsilon 
3, President 4. 



BONEKAT, HORACE WILLIAM 
Sigma Tau Epsilon, President 3, 4; Phi 
Kappa Ph, 3, 4; Central Spirit Commit- 
tee 2, 3, 4; Block "C" Club 3, 4; 
Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Base- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Radio Station WSBF I, 2, 
3, 4. 

BONNETTE, THOMAS ELLIOTT, JR. 
Pre-Vet Club I, 2, 3, 4; Block and 
Bridle Club 3, 4; Photographer 3, 4; 
AG Chaplain 2, Treasurer 3; Clemson 
4-H Club I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice- 
President 4. 

BORKE, NORBERT JOHN, JR. 

IEEE 2, 3, 4; WSBF 1 , 2, 3, 4, Director 
3, 4; AFROTC 3, 4; Flying Club 3, 4; 
Sailing Club 3, 4. 

BROWN, FRANK TEMPLETON 
PRS I, 2, 4th Reg. Headquarters I. 

BROWN, HUGH COOK, JR. 

AlChE 2, 3, 4. 

BROWN, LEWIS EARLE 
Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4; Arnold Air 
Society 4; Advanced AFROTC 3, 4. 



BRUGGEMAN, WILLIAM HAROLD 
AlChE 2, 3, 4, 5; AChS 4, 5; ROTC; 
Hall Monitor 2; Newman Club; Foot- 
ball Manager 1,2; Weight Lifting Club 
I, 2, 3. 

BRYANT, MAX VINCENT 

Delta Sigma Nu; Sigma Tau Epsilon; 
KSN. 

BRYANT, NORMAN KEVIN 
York County Clemson Club. 

BUCK, JAMES ARTHUR 
PKD 2, 3, 4, President 4; Tiger Brother- 
hood 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Junior Staff 
CDA 3, President 4. 

BUCKALEW, ALMAN LAMAR, JR. 
Economics Club 4; Student Senate I, 
2; Senate Clerk 2; SCSSL I, 2; Circle 
"K" Club, Vice-President 2; KDX 2, 3, 
4; Canterbury Club I, 2, 3, 4; Aero 
Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. 

BUDCHIESTER, PHILIP GEORGE 
Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi. 



BUNCH, HELEN LOUISE 
Best Actress, Clemson Players; S. C. 
Recreation Society, Inc. 2, 3, 4; Central 
Spirit Committee 2, 3; Junior Senator 
3; DTX I, 2, 3, 4; Inter Sorority Coun- 
cil 4, Secretary 4; RPA Club 2, 3, 4; 
Clemson Outing Club 4, Secretary 4; 
YMCA 3; Clemson Players 3, 4; Religi- 
ous Emphasis Week Committee 2, 3. 



BOSTIC, JAMES E., JR. 

Honor I, 2, 3, 4; Allied Chemical 
Foundation Scholarship 4; Phi Kappa 
Psi 4; Phi Psi 3, 4, President 4; AATCC 
I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3,4. 



BOWERS, GUERY ALAN 
Tiger Band 3, 4; Union County Clem- 
son Club I, 2, 3, 4. 

BOYLES, JULIAN LANGSTON 
ACS I, 2; APO 2, 3, 4, 5; "The Tiger" 
I, 2, 3, 4, 5; "Jaberwocky" I, 2; "The 
Chronicle" 4, 5; Calhoun Literary So- 
ciety 4, 5. 

BOZARD, JOHN THOMAS 

Alpha Zeta 2, 3, 4; Agriculture Club 
I, 2. 

BRACKEN, JAMES WESLEY 
AlChE 2, 3, 4; Advanced ROTC; APO 
3, 4. 



BRANDON, JAMES HOWARD, JR. 
IEEE 2, 3, 4, 5; Mu Beta Psi 2, 3, 4, 5; 
Tiger Band I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Staff 4, 5; 
Concert Band I, 2, 3, 4. 



BRANTON, JOHN JOSEPH 
Football I, 2, 3, 4; Beta Tau Sigma I. 
2; Agricultural Economics Club 2, 3, 4 

BREWINGTON, JOHN JOSEPH, JR. 
"The Chronicle" 2, 3, 4, Circulation 
Manager 3; Agricultural Economics Club 
3, 4; Weight Lifting Club I. 



BRITAIN, WALLACE CHARLTON 
Trustees Medal for Public Speaking, 
Finalist 3; RPA Club 3, 4, 5; Block and 
Bridle Club I, 2; DPK Pledgemaster 4; 
PSA I, 2, 3, 4, 5. 

BRITTAIN, JAMES MICHAEL 
SAM 4; Senior ROTC 3, 4; SAZ 2, 3, 
4, 5. 



BROCKENFELT, GERALD EUGENE 

Forestry Club 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice-President 



BURGESS, RICHARD HAMILTON 
Economics Club 2, 3, 4; Westminster 
Fellowship I, 2, 3, 4; Council 3, 4; 
FCA 2, 3, 4; REW Committee 4; Cross 
Country I, 2, 3; Track I, 2. 







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BURNETT, GEORGE PRICE 
Football I, 2, 3, 4. 



BURNS, JOHN McKEY 
ACS I, 2. 3, 4, S; Keramos 3, 4, 
Secretary 4. 

BURTON, JAMES HARLEY 
Cadet of the Month— Air Force 2; KDX 
I, 2, 3, 4; RPA Club 3, 4. 

BYERS, HARRY FREDERICK, JR. 

Economics Club 3, 4; SAM 4; IEEE 3, 
4; BSU I, 2, 3, 4; Tennis I, 2. 

BYRON, BARRY JOHN 
Scuba Div.ng Club 3; Newman Club 2. 



CAGGIANO, JAMES VINCENT 

Horticulture Club I, 2, 3, 4; YMCA 3, 
4, Vice-President 4. 

CAGLE, JOHNNY LINK 
Block "C" Club 2, 3, 4; Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes I, 2, 3, 4. 

CALDWELL, JAMES E., JR. 
ASME 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, 4; Phi 
Kappa Phi 3, 4; Tau Beta Pi 3, 4, 
Secretary 4; Phi Eta Sigma I, 2, 3, 4. 

CALHOUN, ROBERT ANDERSON 

PRs 2, 3, Silver Achievement Award 3, 
Executive Officer 4; SAME 3, 4, 5; Scab- 
bard and Blade 3, 4, 5; ASME 4, 5. 



CALLICOTT, SAMUEL LIVINGSTON 

Arnold Air Society 4, Flight Instructor's 
Program 4; Hall Monitor 3; Hall Sup- 
ervisor 4. 

CAMERON, TERRY LEE 
PRs I, 2; Fourth Regimental Head- 
charters S-2, 4. 

CAMPBELL, DAVID LEE 
Economics Club, President 4; Scuba 
Diving Club 2 

CAMPBELL, GEORGE ROBERT 

APO. 

CAMPBELL, JAMES PRESTON 
AlChE 2, 3, 4; Tae Kwon Do Club 2, 
3, 4. 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM ARTHUR III 
Track I. 

CANTRELL, JAMES GLENN 
KSN I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; AFROTC 
I, 2, 3, 4. 



CAREY, HAROLD ANDREW, JR. 
Clemson Outing Club I. 



CARLTON, BECKY SCOTT 

Senator 2, 3, Chairman Student Organ- 
ization and Affairs Committee 3; SCSSL 
Delegate I, 2, 3; WSA President 4, 
Financial Committee 3; SBX I, 2, 3, 4, 
President 3, Pledge President I; ISC 
3- Panhellemc Delegate 3; YMCA Cab- 
inet 3; WSBF I; Angel Flight I; Clem- 
son Players I; Calhoun Forensic Society 
I; 'Ability Counts" Essay Scholarship; 
Alumni Scholar; Order of Athena 4, 
President 4. 

CARROLL, JAMES McCOWN 
DMS 4; DSN 3, Treasurer 4; Elections 
Board 3; Co-Vice-Chairman of Ad- 
ministration 4. 

CARROLL, JOSEPH ALLEN 
Keramos 3, 4; ACS I, 2, 3, 4; DKA 2. 
3, 4; Chester County Clemson Club I, 
2, 3, 4- Block "C" Club 2, 3, 4; Golf 
Team I, 2. 

CARROLL, VIRGINIA ELIZABETH 
Outstanding Light Brigade Member 
Award 3; OZT Best Pledge Award I; 
SOP 3, 4; Dorm Secretary 2; WSA 
Judicial Board 4, Chairman 4; OZT I, 

2, 3, 4, Pledge Master 2, Vice President 

3, Treasurer 4; Light Brigade I, 2, 3, 



CHAPMAN, TOBY GERALD 

SAM 4, Secretary 4; WSBF I, 2, 3, 4, 
News Manager 4; Dixie Skydivers 3, 4. 

CHICK, JAMES PLUMMER, JR. 
lota Mu Sigma 3, 4; APO I, 2, 3, 4; 
Advanced Army ROTC. 



CHRISTOPHER, TOLIVER DAVIS, JR. 
Phi Eta Sigma I, 2, 3, 4, Student Sen 
ator I; Central Spirit Committee 2; 
KDX I, 2, 3, 4, President 4; IFC 2, 3, 
4; "Tiger" Sports Staff 3. 

CHRYST, STEPHEN LUNDY 

Agricultural Economics Club 3, 4, 5, 
Secretary 4; Beta Tau Sigma I, 2; KDX 

1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 

CLARKE, ALFRED RANDOLPH 
SAAE, Secretary 2, Treasurer 3, Re 
porter 4; Forestry Club I. 

CLARKE, DAVID ROSS 

Student Senate I, 3; Student Organiza- 
tion and Affairs Committee I, 3; Vice- 
President Senior Class 4; Alpha Gamma 

2, 3, 4; Calhoun Forensic Society 3, 4; 
Debate Team 3, 4; YR I, 2, Secretary 2. 

CLARKSON, ROBERT BARNWELL 

ROTC I, 2, 3, 4; YD I, 2, 3, 4; Canter- 
bury Club I, 2; "The Chronicle" I; 
"The Tiger" News and Editorial Staff 

1, 2, 3, 4 

COBB, DALE THOMAS, JR. 

Pledge of the Year— SKE 1968 Pledge 
Class; Pre-Law Society I, 2, 3; High 
Court Defense Attorney 4; SKE 2, 3, 4, 
Vice-President 4, Pledge of the Year; 
Newman Club I, 2, 3; Scuba Diving 
Club I; Weight Lifting Club 2, 3, 4; 
YR I, 2. 

COBB, STYLES FURMAN 
Gamma Beta Phi 2, 3; Mu Beta Psi 3, 
4; Pre-Law Society I, 2; Senate, Ways 
and Means Committee 2, Attorney 2, 
3; Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Publicity Chair- 
man 3, President 4; "The Tiger" I, 2. 

COCKCROFT, JOHNNIE EARLE 

Dow Chemical Scholarship 3; AlChE 

2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Charleston County 
Clemson Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4. 



COLEMAN, MARSHALL J. 
SAZ I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Pledge 
Club. 



COLLINS, JENNINGS BENNETT 
SAM 3, 4; SAME 3, 4; PRs; Soccer 
Team I, 2, 3, 4, Best Defensive Player 
3; ROTC Flight Program. 

COLTMAN, RICHARD LEE 
Newman Club I, 2; Fencing Team I, 2, 
3, 4; "The Tiger" I. 

COMPTON, RICHARD ALBERT 
S. C. AIA Design Award 4; Desco In- 
ternational Scholarship 5; Solite Com- 
petition Mention 4; Carolina Lumber 
and Building Materials Manufacturers 
Association Award; S. C. Concrete 
Masonry Association Award 2; Reserve 
Officers Association Junior Award 4; 
TSD Arch Honor Society 4, 5; AIA I, 
2, 3, 4, 5; SAME 4. 

CONE, CLYDE ROBERT 

Alpha Zeta 3, 4; American Society of 
Animal Science 3, 4; Gamma Sigma 
Delta 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4; Block and 
Bridle Club. 



COPELAND, SAMUEL FRANK 

Central Spirit Committee 4; Advanced 
ROTC 3, 4; "The Tiger" I, 2, 3, As- 
sistant Sports Editor 2, Sports Editor 
3; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; ASCE 3, 4. 

CORBETT, HERBERT TARRANT, JR. 

Pauline Hanckel Dairy Scholarship; 
ADSA President. 

CORNISH, CHARLES MICHAEL 
ROTC I, 2, 3; Agricultural Economics 
Club 3, 4; SAZ I, 2, 3, 4. 



COTHRAN, BENJAMIN ALEXANDER 
TAPS Staff 2, 3, 4; NS I, 2, 3, 4. 

COTTON, JOHN WESTON 
DMS 4; ACS 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Presi- 
dent 4; Men's Residence Court I; 
Senate I; Arnold Air Society 2; BSU 
President 4. 

COUCH, SHIRLEY ANN 

Phi Kappa Phi Award 3, Vice-President 
4; Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4; Sigma Delta 
Pi; BSU. 

COURTNEY, CHARLES HILL 

Gamma Sigma Delta I, 2, 3; Sopho- 
more and Senior Scholarship Award; 
Highest Honors I, 2, 3; Phi Kappa 
Phi; Sigma Psi Nu 3, 4; Swimming 
Team I, 2, 3, 4. 

COVINGTON, GEORGE MOORE 

Glee Club I, 2; Tiger Band 2, 3; Color 
Guard Captain 4; YR 4; Beta Sigma 
Chi 3, 4. 

COX, JAMES FRANKLIN III 

YMCA I, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club I, 2,3. 



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CATOE, RONNIE JOE 
ASCE 2, 3, 4. 



CONNELLY, ROLAND LEE 
Textile Veterans Honor Award 4; Tex- 
tile Veterans Achievement Award 4; 
Phi Psi 4; AATT I, 2, 3, 4; Hall Mon- 
itor 2, 3 

COOK, THOMAS FRANCIS 
AFROTC I, 2, 3; Canterbury Club I, 2. 



COOPER, CHARLES DAVID 
Tau Beta Pi; Tau Beta Pi Award 2; 
Phi Kappa Phi; AlChE; Freshman Class 
President: Sophomore Senator; Resi- 
dence Court 3; High Court 4; SAZ 3, 
4; Tiger Brotherhood 3, 4; Block "C" 
Club; Tennis Team 2, 3, 4. 



CRAIN, WILLIAM THOMAS 
American Society of Foresters 3, 4; 
Forestry Club 4. 

CRAMMER, JOHN RICHARD 

Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; YR I, 2, 3, 4. 



CRAWFORD, JOHN ROBERT 

Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural Educa- 
tion Club. 

CREECH, GEORGE RUSSELL 

DMS 4; Alpha Zeta; Arnold Air So- 
ciety Scabbard and Blade; AFROTC 
I, 2, 3, 4. 

CRENSHAW, DAN CARROLL 

Gamma Beta Phi Society I, 2; Campus 
Crusade for Christ 2, 3, 4; BSU. 



CRISP, ROBERT MARTIN 

"The Tiger" 3, 4. 

CROCKER, CLARENCE WAYNE 

AIA I, 2, 5; Union County Club I, 2, 3 

CRONE, GEORGE REMBERT 

SAM 3, 4; Pre Law Society 3, 4; Agri- 
cultural Economics Club 3, 4; Flying 
Bengals Drill Team I, 2. 



CULLOM, JOSEPH WILLIAM 

Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4; CDA 3; Alpha 
Gamma I, 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 3. 

CULP, JOHN STEPHEN 
Alpha Zeta 3, 4. 

CUMMINGS, WILLIAM VINSON 
SAM 4; SKE 2, 3, 4. 



DALES, RICHARD LEMONT 

Swimming Team I, 2, 3; Tae Kw 
Club I, 2, 3, President 2, 3, 
President I 



DANTZLER, BRIAN SAMUEL 

Delta Sigma Nu 3, 4, Vice-President 4; 
Gamma Beta Phi 3,4, Vice-President 4. 



DARDEN, DONALD EDWARD 
AIA 3, 4; ISA I, 2, 3, 4; Weight Lift- 
ing Club I, 2. 

DAVES, GLEN GORDON 

Alpha Zeta 3, 4; DKA. 

DAVEY, JOHN RAYMOND 
Student Senate 4; Newman Student 
Association I, 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3; 
"The Tiger" I, 2, 3, 4, Editor 4. 

DAVIS, HAROLD E., JR. 

Rudolph E. Lee Award 2; Tau Sigma 
Delta 3; AIA Student Award 4; Mason- 
ry Association; Carolina Lumber and 
Building Materials Award 2, 3; Solite 
Award Mention 4; Phi Eta Sigma I, 2, 
3, 4, 5; Tau Sigma Delta 3, 4, 5; Phi 
Kappa Phi 4,5, Scribe 4, Master 5; AIA 
I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer 4; BSU I; "The 
Chronicle" I, 2, 3, 4, Art Editor 4. 



DAWKINS, TRAVIS STANLEY 
RPA Club; Track I, 2, 3, 4; Block "C" 

Club. 



DEGEN, JEROME BARLOW 

Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4; Newman 
Society I, 2, 3, 4. 

DELANEY, LAWRENCE J., JR. 
Amateur Radio Club I, 2, 3, 4, Seci 
tary-Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3, Pn 
ident 4; Sports Car Club 3, 4. 



DEMCSAK, WAYNE JOSEPH 

Newman Club I; Golf Team I, 2, 3, 4; 
Weight Lifting Club 3, 4. 

DENNIS, Robert Thomas 
ASCE I; RPA Club 4; Clemson Outing 
Club 4. 

DENTON, HENRY GRADY 

Advanced ROTC; DMS; Economics Club 

3, 4; High Court 4; Attorney 4; APO 
I, 2, 3, 4, Historian 2; YMCA I, 2, 3, 

4, Public Relations 2, Service Chairman 
3, Public Relations Director 4. 

DEPASS, WILLIAM BRUNSON, JR. 

Student Senate 4; Chairman, Ways and 
Means Committee; Chairman, High 
Court; YR I, 2, 3, President 4; Gamma 
Omega Phi I, 2, 3. 

DERRICK, TILLMAN WINGFIELD, JR. 

Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4. 

DEWITT, MARION ROLLINS, JR. 

Phi Eta Sigma I, 2, 3, 4; AlChE 3, 4; 
SAZ I. 2, 3, 4. 

DILLARD, JESSE FRANK 
lota Mu Sigma, Vice-President 2; 
SAM I. 

DINWIDDIE, MARTHA ROZELLE 
Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4; Gamma Beta 
Phi 4; Secretary, Barnett Hall 4; House 
Council 4; Fencing Team 4; NACS 4. 

DOANE, RICHARD LYNN 
AIA; Hall Supervisor; YMCA Sopho- 
more Council, Junior Council Presi- 
dent, Cabinet. 

DOBBINS, RICHARD GAINES 

Danforth Award I; Gilbert H. Collings 
Scholarship 3, 4; Alpha Zeta Scholar- 
ship 4; Apha Zeta 2, 3, Vice-President 
4- Phi Kappa Phi Secretary 3, 4; 
Gamma Sigma Delta 4; Agronomy 
Club I, 2, Secretary 3, President 4; 
Ag-Bio Council 3, 4. 

DOBBINS, WILLIAM LEE, JR. 

Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4; Sigma Tau 
Epsilon 3; German Club 3; Ph, Kappa 
Phi 4. 

DOUGLASS, HEYWARD BELSER 
AFROTC Scholarship 3, 4; Alpha Zeta 
3, 4; Circle "K" Club 2, 3, 4, Lieu- 
tenant Governor, District Governor; 
Arnold Air Society; Hall Supervisor 4. 

DOWDY, PAUL WINFREE 

PKD 3, 4, 5; Tiger Band I, 2, 3, 4; 
Color Guard 5 



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DRAKEFORD, CECIL MEREDITH, JR. 
Who's Who 4; AIA I, 2, 3, 4, 5; Blue 
Key 4, 5; Tiger Brotherhood 4, 5; Class 
President 4; Class Vice-President 2, 3; 
Freshman Court 2, 3; TAPS Senior Staff 
3 4, 5, Junior Staff 2, Activities Editor 
3, Sports Editor 4, Copy Editor 5. 

DRENNAN, JUDSON H. Ill 
DPK; Rugby Club 3, 4. 

DUBAY, STEPHEN NEWTON 
S C Restaurant Association Scholar- 
ship I, 2, 3; WSBF 2, 3, Music Director 
3; ISA 2, 3; Clemson Players 3, 4; 
Canterbury Association I, 2, 3, 4, 
Secretary-Treasurer 4. 

DuBOSE, EDWARD MacDONALD, JR. 
Al IE I; Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4; Phi 
Eta S.gma 2, 3, 4, President 3, Senior 
Advisor 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4; Sigma Tau 
Eps.lon 3, 4; High Court 4, Vice-Chair- 
man 4- Hall Monitor 2; Hall Super- 
sor 3, 4; KDX 3, 4; Westminster Fel- 
lowship I, 2, 3, 4; Track I, 2, 3, 4; 
Block "C" Club 2, 3, 4; Advanced 
ROTC. 

DuBOSE, HARRY MAX 
Outstanding Ag. Ed. Major in Nation 
I- Student Ag 2, 3, 4; Council Alpha 
Tau Alpha 2, 3, 4; Alpha Zeta 2, 3, 4; 
SAAE I, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4, Vice- 
President 3, 4; ATA President 3, 4; 
Smith Douglass Scholarship; Sears- 
Roebuck Scholarship; Alpha Gamma 
Rho Scholarship. 

DuBOSE, REMBERT CLARK 

S. C. Fresh Fruit Scholarship 2, 3, 4; 
Gamma Sigma Delta 4; Horticulture 
Club I, 2, 3, 4. 



DULIN, ROBERT MARTIN, JR. 
Superior Cadet Award I; Military His- 
tory Award 2; R. S. Simpson Award 3; 
ASCE 3, 4; PRs I, 2. 

DUNAWAY, ALBERT DUNSON, JR. 
Economics Club 4; SKE 3, 4; Scuba 
Diving Club; YR 4. 

DUNCAN, DANIEL EDGAR 
AFROTC Scholarship 3, 4; High Honors 
I, 2, 3, 4; Phi Eta Sigma I, 2, 3, 4; 
Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Sigma Tau Epsilon 
3, 4; Arnold Air Society 4; Newtonian 
Society 2, 3, 4. 

DUNCAN, DAVID KENDRICK 
PKD I, 2, 3, 4; CDA Junior Staff 3, 
Floor Chairman 4; Glee Club 2, 4. 

DUNHAM, ROY CHARLES 
ASM 4, President 4 

DURANT, ROBERT REES 

SKE I, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Kappa Epsilon 

I, 2, 3, 4. 
DURFOS, DANIEL A. 

Block and Bridle Club 3, 4; Little 

Theatre 2; Clemson Players 2. 

DURHAM, DONALD DANIEL 
Outstanding Ag. Ed. Senior 4; Ag. 
Bio. Council 3, 4, Vice-President 4; 
SAAE 2, 3, 4. 



ELLENBERG, JOHN FRANK, JR. 

Blue Key 3, 4; Tiger Brotherhood 2, 3, 
Vice-President 4; President of Sopho- 
more Class; President of Junior Class; 
President's Cabinet 2, 3; Central Spint 
Committee I, 2; DKA I, 2, 3, 4; IFC 
Representative 4; SCSSL Governor; 
Head Freshman Cheerleader; Varsity 
Cheerleader 2. 

ELLIS, ROBERT ERVIN, JR. 
AIA; Tiger Band 2, 3, 4 

ENSLEN, JOHN EMERSON 
Pre Law Society; SCSSL Delegate I; 
Senate I; High Court Attorney 2; Chief 
Prosecuting Attorney I; DKA; Ad- 
vanced ROTC: Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes 2; Cheerleader I; Varsity 
Football 2; Freshman Basketball I. 



EVANS, JOSEPH EDWIN 

Jungaleer Combo I, 2; Jazztet 3, 4. 

FABIAN, GEORGE THOMAS 
American Institute of Physics 3, 4; 
Sigma Pi S.gma 3, 4; Sigma Tau Epsi- 
lon 3, 4- PRs I; Arnold Air Society 3, 
4; Area CI Executive Officer 4. 

FAIREY, LYLE WILSON 
Weight Lifting Club I, 2, 3, 4, Treas- 
urer 2, 3; IEEE 4. 

FALLS, DUANE LARRY 
Tiger Band I, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Librar- 
lan 3, Supply Officer 4; Mu Beta Psi 



FEDELE, RAYMOND SYLVESTER 
lota Lambda S.gma 2, 3, President 4; 
AIAA 3, 4; Scuba Diving Club; New- 
man Club. 

FEIGE, HANS C. 
DSR-TKA 3, 4, 5, President 3, 4, 5, 
Southern Regional Secretary 4, South- 
ern Regional Vice-President 5; Calhoun 
Forensic Society I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer 

2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Pre- 
Law Society I, 2, 3, 4, 5, President 3, 
4, S' Clemson Players I, 2, 3, Treas- 
urer I; PSA I, 2, 3, 4, 5; Debate Team 
I, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Sports Car Club 
4, S- YD 4, 5; YR 4, 5; Advanced 
AFROTC 3, 4, 5; YMCA I, 2, 3, 4, 5; 
Sophomore Council Secretary 2; Junior 
Council Vice-President 3; Upper Class 
Council Social Chairman 4. 

FESSLER, RICHARD GREADY 

Phi Eta Sigma 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 

3, 4- Tau Beta Pi 3, 4; AlChE 2, 3, 4; 
TAPS I, 2; Glee Ciub I 

FICKLING, JOSEPH DANIEL 
Alpha Sigma Mu Award 3; ASM 2, 3, 
4- Alpha Sigma Mu 3, 4; Phi Kappa 
Phi 3, 4; Honors Program I, 2. 

FIGUEROA, RONALD ELEASAR 

AChS 2, 3, 4. 

FINS, VIKARY ELLEN 

Light Brigade I; Hillel-Brandeis I: 
Fencing Club. 



FLETCHER, NICHOLAS 
RPA Club 2, 3, 4; Scuba Diving Club 4 



EASLER, CONLEY LEE, JR. 
YMCA Freshman Council I; "Tiger" 
Advertising Staff 3, 4. 

EASLER, TERRY MITCHELL 
IEEE 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Track I. 

ECKARD, PAUL CURTIS, JR. 
ASCE 3, 4; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4 

EDENS, STANLEY BRUCE 
RPA Club 3, 4; Football I, 2. 

EDGIN, GORDON RAY 
AFROTC Gen. Dynamics Award 2, Vice- 
Commandant's Award 4; Blue Key 3, 
4; Tiger Brotherhood 3, 4; Arnold Air 
Society 3, 4; Area CI Headquarters 
PIO 4; Senate 2, 4, President 4; Chair- 
man of General Affairs Committee 2; 
Attorney General 3; Appeals Court 3, 
4; KDX 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; BSU I, 2, 
3, 4. 



FRALEY, DELANO VAN 

Agronomy Club I, 2, 3, 4, V,< 
President 3 



FRANCIS, JAMILE JAMES, JR. 
SAZ I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, Treas- 
urer 3, Historian 4; TAPS 2, 3, 4, 
Features Editor 3, Business Manager 4. 

FRANK, RICHARD ERNEST 
IEEE 3, 4; ISA I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 
4; Hillel-Brandeis 2, 3, 4. 

FRANKLIN, ALAN RAY 
Scabbard and Blade Soph. Award 2; 
SAME Award 3; Reserve Officers As- 
sociation Award 3; Gamma Beta Phi 
I, 2, 3, 4, President 3; Blue Key 3, 4, 
Vice-President 4; Tau Beta Pi 3, 4; 
ASME 2, 3, 4; Arnold Air Society 2, 
3, 4; Area CI Comptroller 3, Com- 
mander 4; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4, 
First Sergeant 4. 



FREIT, EDWARD ERIC, JR. 

RPA Club 2, 3, 4; Newman Club I, 2, 
Vice-President 2; Clemson Sports Car 
Club 3, 4. 



FULMER, DONALD CARL 
IEEE 2, 3, 4. 

FULMER, ELTON THOMAS 

Economics Club 3, 4; Freshman Sen- 
ator; SAZ I, 2, 3, 4; Golf Team 3, 4. 

GAITHER, THOMAS KIRKPATRICK, JR. 

DPK, VP Pledge Class 3; RPA Club 3, 
4, Program Director 4; Assistant Coach, 
Clemson Swim Team. 

GAMBRELL, JOHN WILLIAM 
Mu Beta Psi 3; Ph, Psi 3; Tiger Band I, 

2, 3. 

GANDY, PHILLIP HARRINGTON 
Campus Crusade for Christ 3, 4. 

GANGEMI, DAVID JOSEPH 

Scabbard and Blade; Alpha Zeta, 
Treasurer; Secretary, Senior Class; PKD 

3, 4; Newman Society. 

GARICK, RICHARD LARTIGUE 

KDX; Block "C" Club. 



FORD, ROBERT HARVEY 
Forestry Club I, 2, 3, 4; Society of 
American Foresters 4; Chester County 
Clemson Club I, 2 

FORD, WILLIAM JENNINGS, JR. 
Greenville Concrete Co. Award 3; 
ASCE 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Tau Beta Pi 
3, 4; Golf Team 3, 4. 



FOWLER, LINDA SUE 
WSBF 2, 3. 4; BSU I, Secreta 
Tiger" I, 2, 3, 4; Clemson 
2; YD I, 2 



GARRISON, JANET KAY 
WSA, Judicial Board 4; DTX I, 2, 3, 4, 
Corresopnding Secretary 4; ISC, Treas- 
urer 2, President 3. 

GARTLAND, KEVIN HENRY 

ASCE I, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 4; "The 
Tiger" 2; Sports Car Club 3, 4. 

GAULT, JOHN MELTON III 

PLMGA 3, 4, President 4; SAM 4; 
Union County Clemson Club I, 2. 

GAY, DAVID NEAL 

AS Sophomore Award; ASME I, 2, 3, 
4, 5- Arnold Air Society 2, 3, 4, 5, 
Executive Officer 4, Area C-l Com- 
mander 5; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4, 
5; BSU I, 2, 3, 4, 5. 

GENTRY, RICHARD H. 
Junior Honors Certificate; AChE; 
Sigma Tau Epsilon. 

GEORGEO, BECKY E. 
Dorm Secretary 2, 3; OZT I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 
Best Pledge I, Secretary 2, Presidents, 
Scholarship Chairman 4, 5; ISC 2, 3; 
Panhellenic Delegate 2. 



GIBSON, CHARLES WILLIAM 

SAME 2; Tiger Band I, 2, 3, 4; Mu Beta 
Psi 3, 4; Swim Team I ; YRs I . 

GILL, JOELLEN 

Resident Assistant 4; Westminster Fel- 
lowship 4; Wesley Foundation, Student 
Tutor 3. 

GILPIN, RICHARD BOND, JR. 

AIA 3, 4; Clemson Players 2, 3, 
President 3. 



GILREATH, JAMES FRANK, JR. 
Sears-Roebuck Scholarship; ASAE; Ag 
Council; Dorm Monitor. 

GILSTRAP, CONSTANCE LOUISE 
TAPS Beauty 2; Miss Dixie 3; Women's 
Judicial Board 3, 4; DTX I, 2, 3, 4, 
Vice-President 3, Rush Chairman 4. 

GINN, WILBUR NORMAN III 
Supporting Actor of the Year I, Actor 
of the Year 2, 3; Gamma Alpha Mu 2, 
3, 4- Defense Attorney I, 2; Chief De- 
fense Attorney 4; WSBF 1,2, 3, 4; YR 
4- Clemson Players I, 2, 3, 4, President 
3, 4; Weight Lifting Club I, 2, 3, 4; 
Calhoun Literary Society 2, 3, 4; PRs I; 
German Club 4. 

GLAZENER, WILLIAM EARLE 

PRs Silver Achievement Award 3; AChE 
I 2, 3, 4; YR I; PRs I, 2, Fourth Regi- 
mental Staff, Assistant S-3 3, S-3 4. 

GLENN, JOHN WILLIAM 

ASCE 4; Advanced ROTC. 
GLENN, WILLIAM KENNETH, JR. 

Alpha Zeta 3, 4. 

GOFF, PHILLIP CALHOUN 
AIA 2, 3, 4. 

GOLDFARB, ALAN 

Economics Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4; 
High Court Attorney 3, 4; Block "C" 
Club 3, 4. 

GOLDSTEIN, LAWRENCE O. 
AATT 3, 4; AATCC 4; Scuba Diving 
Club 2, 3; Karate Club 2, 3, Secretary 

2, 3. 

GOLDSTEIN, LEWIS WILLIAM 

High Court I; Scuba Diving Club 2; 
SKE. 

GOODMAN, IRWIN 
Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4; Chi Lambda 

3, 4. 

GORE, AUBREY JAY, JR. 

ACC Player of the Year 1967; Secretary 
Tiger Brotherhood; SKE; Block "C" 
Club; Fellowship of Christian Athletes. 

GORE, GEORGE ALSTON 

Best Drilled PR Pledge I ; VP I, Sen. 3, 
Chr. of Traffic and Grounds Comm. 3, 
Pres 4; SCSSL Delegate 3; Blue Key 
4- Hall Monitor 2, 3; Hall Supervisor 
4- Army Aviation Flight Program, 
ROTC Company Commander; PRs I, 2; 
Clemson "Cow-College" Cloggers. 

GOSHORN, ROBERT DOUGLAS 
DKA; Economics Club. 

GREEN, BENJAMIN H. 
YR I, 2, 3, 4. 

GREENE, EDWARD JEROME 

Geology Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; 
SAME'4; Hall Monitor 3; APO 2, 3, 4; 
Westminster Fellowship; Weight Lift- 
ing Club 2, 3, 4; Advanced ROTC. 

GREENFIELD, PATRICIA ELLEN 

DTX 3, 4. 
GREER, LARRY EUGENE 

Agriculture Education Club 4. 
GREGORY, WILLIAM WHITE 

Tiger Band I, 2, 3. 
GRESHAM, WARREN WILLINGHAM 

AIA 2, 4; Circle "K" Club 2, 3, 4, 

Secretary 3, President 4. 

GRIMES, THOMAS EDWIN III 

AIA I; CDA Junior Staff, Publicity 
Chairman, Senior Staff 4; TAPS Junior 
Staff 2; SAZ I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; 
Editor "The Vine" 4. 



HAGER, IRA VINCENT 

AIA; Fencing Club. 

HAHN, HENRY TUTT 
Wallace Hatcheries Scholarship 2, 3, 
4- Clemson Poultry Science I, 2, 3, 4, 
Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4; Ag. 
and Bio Council 3, 4; Tiger I; Man- 
ager Freshman Baseball Team I. 

HALL, TOMMY MONROE 
Young Republicans 2, 3 

HAMBRIGHT, ROBERT BENJAMIN 

ASME 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; PSA I, 2, 3, 
4; Young Republicans 2, 3, 4. 

HAND, GEORGE EDWARD 
ASAE 2, 3, 4, Rep. 2, Secretary 4; AG 
2 3, 4, Rush Chairman 3, Vice Presi- 
dent 4- AFROTC 2, 3. 4; SAME 2; St. 
Francis' Teacher 4. 

HANES, CLYDE WALTON. JR 

HANKINS, SIDNEY ISSAC III 

Ph, Eta Sigma I, 2, 3, 4; AIA 2, 3, 4; 
Young Republicans I, 2; TAPS Junior 
Staff 4; Golf I, 2. 
HANNAH, JAMES WILLIAM 
AlChE 2, 3, 4. 



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Williston. S. C. 

DR. HOWARD T. GILCHRIST 
WUliston, S. C. 

G. J. CREEL AND SONS, INC. 
708— 12th Ave.. Conway, S. C. 

JAMES P. CREEL 
Myrtle Beach. S. C. 

LE GRANDE'S 

756 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga. 

JAMES OLDSMOBILE, INC. 
652 King St., Charleston, S. C. 

PEOPLES SAVINGS & LOAN 
Conway, S. C. 

ROBERT H. BURLEY. M.D. 
WILLIAM E. DUKES, M.D. 

LEE W. MILFORD, M.D. 



B. S. LAND. JR. 
Conway, S. C. 

MRS. EDWARD L. PROCTOR 
Conway, S. C. 

PHILIP THOMPSON 
Conway, S. C. 

DORMAN REALTY & INS. CO.. INC. 
Conway and Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

CHRISTOPHER RATCHFORD 

W. DOUGLAS GENTRY, D.D.S. 

SMITH AND BOWIE 
Easley, S. C. 

EAGLE TOYLAND 
Anderson, S. C. 

R. G. HORTON 
Conway, S. C. 

RUTH HAMMOND SHOP 
Easley. S. C. 



COLEMAN GUANO CO. 
Pamplico. S. C. 



BETHEA COAL & DIST. CO., INC. 
Dillon, S. C. 



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SENIOR DIRECTORY -Continued 



HARBIN, CHARLES MANLY 
ASME 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3. 4 

HARDIE, WADE, JR. 
Sigma Tau Epsilon. 

HARGROVE, REGINALD GAINES 

IEEE 3, 4; KEN I, 2, 3, 4; IFC 2, 3, 4, 
Representative 2, 3, President 4. 

HARMON, FRANCES NASH 
Phi Kappa Phi 4. 

HARRINGTON, RUDOLPH COLE 
Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4; Mu Beta Psi 

2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Concert Band 
I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3; Tiger Band 
I, 2, 3, 4, Drum Major 4; Caravelles 

3, 4. 

HARRIS, DAVID CHARLES 
ASCE I, 2, 3, 4. 



HART, SARAH LEIGH 
Light Brigade I, 2, Resident Assistant 
4; Young Republicans 4. 



HASSLINGER, MARK E. 

Architectural Faculty Award I; Phi Eta 
Sigma I, 2, 3, 4; AIA I, 2, 3, 4; TAPS 
2, 3; Sailing Club 4. 

HAUSEMAN, DAVID N. 
Arch. Materials Technology Award; 
AIA I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Glee Club 
I, 2. 

HAWKINS, HELEN FRANCES 
Gamma Beta Ph. I, 2; Commuter's 
Club. 



HAYES, BARBARA JEAN 
Dormitory Secretary I; Resident As- 
sistant 4; Dormitory Social Chairman 
2; SBX 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 3, 
Pledge Master 4. 

HAYES, ROGER DALE 
Football I, 2, 3, 4 

HAYES, STEPHEN JAMES 
AlChE 2, 3, 4, President 4, Vice-Presi- 
dent Southern Regional; Beta Sigma 
Chi 3, 4, President 4. 

HEINTZ, KEITH FREDERIC 
ASCE I, 2; SAM 4; LSA I, 2; Rugby 
Club 4; Bowling Club 3. 

HELPER, ERIKA A. 
Hall Monitor I; Angel Flight I, 2: 
Hillel-Brandeis Club I, 2, 3. 

HELLER, PATRICIA ANNE 
John D. Lane Scholarship 3; Honors I, 
2, 3- Junior Division Honors Certifi- 
cate; Sigma Delta Pi 3, 4; Glee Club 
I, 2, 3, 4. 



HESSE, GORDON LOUIS 
Student Chapter AIA I; DPK 3; Fine 
Arts Film Club, Treasurer 4; Clemson 
Rugby Club 2. 



HILL, THOMAS MARION 
Dean's List I, 3; Army ROTC; Union 
County Clemson Club, President and 
Treasurer: Tiger Band I, 2, 3; Army 
Band I, 2. 



HIXSON, STEPHEN LEE 
Jonathan Logan Scholarship I, 2, 3, 4; 
NS I, 2, 3, 4. 



HOLCOM8E, JAMES OTHOL 
Society of American Foresters 3, 4;! 
SAME I, 2, 3, 4; Forestry Club 2, 3, 4; 
President 4; Ag.-Bio Council. 

HOLLAND, CHARLES RUSSELL 
Arndt Scholarship 4; Alpha Zeta 3, 4; 
Agricultural Economics 4, Treasurer 4. 



HOLLAND, WILLIAM RHODES 
SA2 I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; CDA 
Junior Staff; TAPS Junior Staff. 

HOLMAN, DAVID O'NEAL 
Delta Sigma Nu 3, 4; Student Senate 
3; High Court 4; NE I, 2, 3, 4, Secre- 
tary 3, President 4. 



HOLTON, MARY SWAFFIELD 
Christian Science Organization 3, Sec- 
retary-Treasurer 3; Young Republicans 



HOOK, CHARLES ROGERS 
BSU; Football I, 2, 3, 4; Block "C" 
Club 2, 3, 4. 

HORTON, JOHN CHARLES 
Agricultural Education Club' 2, 3, 4; 
Block and Br, die Club 3, 4. 

HORTON, PAUL MACKEY 
ASCE 2, 3; APO I, 2, 3; Young Repub- 
licans 3, 4; Sports Car Club 3, 4; PSD 



HOUCK, SANFORD, JR. 
Agronomy Club 4. 

HOUSTON, CHARLES IRVING, JR. 
IEEE 3, 4; AACM; Wesley Foundatior 
3, 4, Treasurer 3. 

HOWARD, ANGELINA SPEARMAN 
Edgar A. Brown Educational Fund I, 2 
3, 4; Scabbard and Blade Sponsor 3 
RPA Club I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary I, 2, 3 
Woman's Residence Court 3; DTX I, 2 
3, 4. 



HOWES, HOWARD RICHARD 
YMCA I, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Council 
President I, Sophomore Council Presi- 
dent 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; 
AIA I, 2, 3, 4. 

HUBBARD, JULIUS CLIFFORD III 
APO; YMCA Cabinet 3; Army ROTC 
I, 2, 3, 4. 

HUCKABY, CHARLES BARRY 
ASCE I, 2, 3, 4; DKA 3, 4; CDA Junior 
Staff 3. Secretery-Treasurer 4; Advanced 
ROTC 3, 4, Captain S-4, Fourth Bat- 
talion Staff 4. 

HUCKABY, JAMES WALLACE 

SAM 4; Young Republicans 4. 

HUDGENS, BARBARA ANN 
Senior Judicial Board WSA 4; Clem- 
son Players 3, 4. 

HUDGENS, JAMES MILTON, JR. 

DMS 4; Pershing Rifles Silver Achieve- 
ment Award 3; Scabbard and Blade 3, 
4, 5; Hall Monitor 3; Hall Supervisor 
4, 5; PRs I, 2, 3, Executive Officer 3; 
Union County Clemson Club I; Ad- 
vanced ROTC 3, 4. 



HUEY, CLEVELAND A. 
Palmetto Historical Research Society 

HUFF, JAMES DOUGLAS, JR. 
Honors 2, 3; lota Mu Sigma 2, 3, 4; 
Young Democrats I, 2, 3; SAM 4; 
Sigma Psi Nu 3; Swimming I, 2, 3; 
Transferred from the University of 
South Carolina; Tae Dwon Do Club 4. 

HUGHES, JOHN CHARLES 
RPA Club 3, 4, 5; The 21 Club 3, 4; 
SAZ I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6; Oak Haven Ravens 
2, 3, President 3; Block "C" Club 3, 
4; Cheerleader 3 



HUMPHREY, KENNETH ALLEN 
Dean's List I, 2, 3; Delta Sigma Nu 3, 
4; Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4; APO 3, 4; 



HURSEY, JOHN ELLIOTT 
Beta Sigma Chi 3, 4; Tige 
Concert Band I, 2, 3, 4. 



HYDER, TOY WAYNE 
Horticulture Club 3, 4, Reporter 4. 



INDYK, GARY STEPHEN 
Tau Sigma Delta Award 1967. 



JACKEL, DANA LEWIS 
Ph, Kappa Phi. 

JACKEL, DAVID GUY 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4, 5, Manager 3, 
President 4; Fine Arts Club. 



JACKSON, JACKIE LEE 

Block "C" Club 2, 3, 4; Football I, 2, 
3, 4. 



JACKSON, TERRY LOWELL 
Geology Club 3, President. 



JACQUES, JOHN DAVID 

National Technology Award 3; Student 
AIA I, 2, 3, 4; Tau Sigma Delta 3, 4; 
Army ROTC. 

JEBAILY, GERARD CHARLES 
APO 2, 3, 4; Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4, 
President; Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4 
YMCA, Freshman Council; Tiger 2, 3 
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. 

JEFFERS, JOHN TIMMONS 
AIA I, 2; NS 2, 3, 4; Fine Arts Club 
3, 4. 

JEFFORDS, ALTON BEASLEY 
Agronomy Club; ROTC. 

JENKINS, ARTHUR C. Ill 
DMS; AIA I, 2, 3, 4; DKA I, 2, 3, 4, 
Rush Chairman 4; YMCA I, 3, 4. 



JENSEN, CHERYL DENISE 
Miss Clemson 3; Sweetheart Scabbard 
and Blade 4; Senior Senator; ISA 3, 4; 
Film Club 2, 3; AIA 2, 3, 4; Newman 
Club 2, 3, 4. 



JOHNSON, DON KEITH 
AChE 2, 3, 4; Westminster Fellc 
I, 2, 3, 4. 



JOHNSON, LAVAL HIPP 
KDX 3, 4; Baseball I, 2, 3, 4; Block 
"C" Club I, 2, 3, 4. 



JOHNSON, WILEY HARRIS, JR. 
Advanced ROTC 3, 4; Residence Staff 
2, 3, 4; PKD I, 2, 3, 4; Basketball I; 
Glee Club 2, 3. 

JOHNSTON, ALBERT EUGENE 

Honors and Awards I; AlChE I, 2, 3, 
4; CDA Junior Staff 3. 



JONES, CARL HENRY III 
Alumni Scholarship Award; Basketball 
I, 2, 3, 4; Track; Block "C" Club. 

JONES, ELIZABETH HUDSON 
DTX 2, 3, 4; Light Brigade I; Newman 
Club I, 2, 3, Secretary 2, 3. 

JONES, HOWARD McDONALD 
IEEE 3, 4, Secretary 4; Tau Beta Phi 4, 
Treasurer 4; Arnold Air Society; AF- 
ROTC. 

JONES, JAMES WILLIAM, JR. 

IEEE I, 2, 3, 4, Projects Coordinator; 
AFROTC Band I, 2; YR I. 

JONES, KENNETH HERBERT 

Sigma Psi Nu, Chairman of Committee 
3; Track 2; Swimming 3, 4 

JONES, MARILYN JEAN 

Gamma Beta Ph, I, 2; House Council 
2; SBX I, 2, 3, 4, Ritual Chairman 2: 
Scholarship Chairman 4; TAPS 2, 3, 
Junior Staff. 



JONES, RUDOLPH M., JR. 
Association of Army Award; Football 
I' Rugby Club 2; YMCA Football 
Coach 2; Intramurals 4; YR 3 

JONES. THEODORE EDWARD, JR. 
ASME 3, 4; Honors Program I, 2; Dixie 
Skydivers 3, 4, Vice-President 4. 



JORDAN, JOSEPH WILLIAM 

R. W. Simpson Award 3; PRs I, 2, 3, ■ 
Bronze and Silver Achievement Meda 
3, 4, Fourth Regimental Headquarte 
Best Section Award 4; Scabbard an 
Blade 3, 4. 

JORDAN, ROBERT McGEE 
Senior Senator; AG Historian 3, Parli, 
mentanan 4; SAM I, 2, 3; YR I, 2, 



KABA, RICHARD ANDREW 
Chemical Rubber Co. Award in Chem- 
istry I; Chemistry Faculty Award 2; 
Mark Bernard Hardin Prize 3; Sigma 
Tau Epsilon 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; 
AChS 3, 4. 



KASHA, MICHAEL CHARLES 
Track I; NEA 3, 4; Pre-Vet Club I, 
Chi Lambda 3, 4, Vice-President 
Hillel-Brandeis Club I, 2, 3, 4, Sec 
tary-Treasurer 2, President 3, 4; "T 



KEELS, WASHINGTON REYNOLDS III 



KELLAHAN, WILLIAM NICHOLAS, JR. 
ASCE 2, 3, 4; Beta Sigma Chi 3, 4; 
YR 4. 

KELLY, IVAN FRENCH III 

Best Drilled PR Pledge I, Commanding 
Officer 3, Silver Achievement Award 3, 
National Society: Scabbard and Blade 
3, 4. 

KELLY, JOSEPH WOODWARD, JR. 
Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3, Busi- 
ness Manager-Treasurer 4; Mu Beta Psi 



KENNETTE, SAMUEL DICKSON 
SAM 4; "The Tiger" 3, 4. 

KIMES, DELORES ANN 



KINDER, HARVEY JAMES 
SAM 2, 3, 4; Beta Sigma Chi 3, 
Glee Club 3, 4; Fencing Club 3, 



KINGHORN, ANDERSON MILLS 
CE Scholastic Award 2, 3; ASCE I, 2 
3, 4; Sailing Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4 
Tau 8eta Pi 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4 
Phi Eta Sigma I, 2, 3, 4. 



KIRBY, WILLIAM HUBERT, JR. 
Best Drilled AF Cadet I; PRs I, 2, 3, 
Commander 3, Bruce Knight Award 2, 
Clemson Cadet Cup 3, Gold Achieve- 
ment Medal 3; IEEE 4; Scabbard and 
Blade 3, 4, Commander 4; YMCA I. 

KISKEL, KEITH JOSEPH 
ASME 2, 3, 4; Newman Student Associ- 
ation I, 2, 3, 4, Outstanding Student 
3, Vice-President 2, 3, President 4; Tiger 
Band 3, 4. 

KNIGHT, GEORGE JOHN, JR. 

DMS 3; Kappa Delta Chi I, 2, 3, 4. 

KNOWLES, MADELINE 
U. S. Army Merit Scholarship I, 2, 3, 
4- Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4; WSBF I, 2, 



KNUST, KENARD MICHAEL 
APO 2, 3, 4; WSBF I, 2, 
Staff News Director 4 



KORETZ, BARRY ROBERT 

AIA I, 2, 3, 4; Chi Lambda 3, 4; 

Hillel-Brandeis I, 2, 3; TAPS Junior 
Staff 4. 



KOZMA, PAUL J. 




Indoor Outdoor Track 1, 2 


, 3, 4; Cross 


Country 1 , 2, 3, 4, Capta 


n 4; AATCC 


3, 4; DPK 3, 4, 5; Newma 


n Club. 



KUESTER, ALAN WILLIS 
Clemson Outing Club 4, Vice-President 
4; RPA Club 3, 4; Sailing Club 3. 




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SENIOR DIRECTORY -Continued 



LACHER, WILLIAM LUDWIG 
DPK I. 2, 3, 4, President 4; IFC 4 

LAFOY, JOHN BURLER 
Student AIA; TAPS Junior Staff 3; 
Weight Lifting Club 2, 3, 4. 

LAGRONE, ARTHUR WELLING 
Senate I; SKE; Clemson Players I, 2, 
3; Debate Team 3; YR 2, 3, 4. 

LAKE, MICHAEL ALAN 
Best Drilled AFROTC Soph. Cadet 2; 
KDX 2, 3, 4; Tiger Band I, 2 

LAKE, ROBERT JEFFREY 
lota Lambda Sigma 3, 4, Secretary- 
Treasurer 4; Clemson Debate Team; 
Calhoun Forensic I, 2. 



LANGLEY, LEON HORACE, JR. 
Agricultural Economics Club; SAZ I, 

2, 3, 4, 5. 

LANHAM, LINDA JEAN 
SBX 3, 4, Secretary 4; BSU 3, 4; TAPS 
Junior Staff 4. 

LAPIN, JEFFREY J. 
Honors List I, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Tau 
Eps.lon 3, 4; S B Treasurer 3; Fin. Rev. 
Board, Chairman; President's Cabinet 

3, 4; Central Spirit Committee 3; As- 
sistant to the President 4; Executive 
Research Committee Chairman 4; Chi 
Lambda 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Presi- 
dent 4; Hillel-Brandeis I, 2, 3, 4; 
"Tiger" 2; Tigerama 3; SCSSL Dele- 
gate 3, 4; SUSGA Delegate 3, 4, Co- 
ordinator 4; Hall Supervisor 4; AF- 
ROTC 3, 4, Wing Staff 4. 



imcle" 2 

LAW, PHILIP ERVIN 
AFROTC Scholarship 3, 4; Junior Hon- 
ors Cet. I, 2; IEEE 2, Secretary 3, 
President 4; SAME I, 2, Treasurer 3, 
4; Tau Beta Pi 3, 4. 

LAWTON, JOHN GARNETT 
Election Board 3, 4; RPA Club 2, 3, 4; 
Glee Club 3, 4; Baseball. 

LEE, HAN CHOON 
Cadet of Month AFROTC 2; AIA 2, 3, 
5; Brigade Staff S-3; Scabbard and 
Blade 4; Newman Club I, 2, 3; TAPS 
2, 3; "The Chronicle" 4; Fencing 4. 

LEE, TERRY LOUIS 
Economics Club 3; Pre-Law Society I, 
2; Ways and Means Committee 2; Fin. 
Rev. Board 3; DKA I, 2, 3, President 
4; Block "C" Club; FCA; IFC 4; 
Basketball Manager 2, 3. 



LEGRAND, JACK ALBERT, JR. 
Pre-Law 4; Senior Senator; SKE 3, 4; 
Fairfield County Clemson Club 4; 
BSU I. 

LEMACKS, ROBERT EDWARD 
High Honors I; Honors 2, 3; IEEE; 
BSU 3. 



LEVINE, ALLEN MARC 

Hillel-Brandeis I, 2, 3, 4; "The Chron- 
icle" I, 2, 4. 

LEYH, JOSEPH CONRAD, JR. 
Scabbard and Blade 4; PRs 2, 3, 4, 
Fourth Regimental Headquarters 4; 
Food Science Club, Secretary 4. 



LINK, THOMAS DECATOR, JR. 

IEEE I, 2, 3, 4; Phi Eta Sigma I; BSU 
I, 2, 4; "The T.ger" I, 2; YR I, 2, 3, 4. 

LINKE, RAY ERNEST 
WSBF I, 2, 3, Chief Announcer 4; 
Scuba Diving Club I; Sailing Club 3. 



LITTLE, ROBERT LEWIS 
Rifle Team 4, Captain; Xi Sigma Pi 4; 
"Clemson Forester" 4, Editor; Forestry 
Club; PRs I, 2, 3, 4; Block "C" Club 4. 

LIVINGSTON, JOHN ALLEN 
Alpha Zeta 3, 4; Alpha Tau Alpha 3, 
4; SAAE 2, President 3, 4; Ag Bio 
Council 3, 4. 



LOCKLAIR, MICHAEL LEE 
Football I, 2, 3, 4; Block "C" Club 2, 
3, 4. 

LOWRY, BRUCE WAYNE 
Block "C" Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 
4; Cross Country and Track I, 2, 3, 4. 



LYNN, JOHN CRAWFORD 
RPA Club 3, 4; NS I, 2, 3, 4; Dillc 
County Club I, 2, 3, 4. 



McAllister, henry dean, jr. 

Economics Club 3, 4; YD 4; Advanced 
Army ROTC. 
McCLESKEY, SAMUEL LINTON III 
Honorable Mention, Environmental 
Technologies Competition 3; AIA I, 
2, 3, 4. 

McCLURE, DAVID GADSDEN 

ACS I, 2, 3, 4, President 4; SAME 3, 4; 
PIO 3, Vice-President 4; Clemson Aero 
Club 3, 4; Scuba Diving Club 3, 4, 
Vice-President 4, Instructor 4; Hall 
Monitor 3; Hall Supervisor 4. 



Mccormick, Robert exley 

DMS 4; Honors Program I; NS I, 2, 
3, 4, Rush Chairman 3, Pledge Execu- 
tive 4; TAPS Junior Staff 3. 

McDANIEL, RONALD ALLISON 
Alpha Zeta; Varsity Football. 

McFADDEN, ROY PATTON 
Agricultural Education Club I, 2, 3, 4; 
York County Club 2, 3. 

McHUGH, JOE FRANKLIN, JR. 
Gamma Beta Phi I, 2; ASCE I; SAM 
4; YMCA I 

McKEOWN, MICHAEL BRYAN 
lota Mu Sigma 3, 4; ASME 2; DPK 3, 
4; Chester County Club I, 2. 



MAHAFFEY, JOEL RICHARD 
Fellowship of Christian Athletes 2, 3, 
4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Block 
C" Club 3, 4; Tiger Brotherhood 2, 3, 
4; DKA I, 2, 3, 4. 

MALMGREN, JOHN C. 
Top Military Cadet 3; Arnold Air 
Society 3, 4; AFROTC 3, 4; Gamma 
Omega Phi 3, 4; YR I, 2, 3, 4. 

MALPHRUS, LEWIS DANIEL, JR. 

Horticulture Club I; Block and Bridle 
Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; SAME 2, 3; 
Central Spirit Committee 3; Chief Rat 
Master 3; APO I, 2, 3, 4; BSU I, 2; 
Counterguernllas 4; "Cow College" 
Cloggers 2, 3, 4 

MANGUM, PATRICIA ANN 
Dormitory Officer, Vice-President I; 
OZT 3. 

MARCHBANKS, MARSHALL VANCE 
Phi Eta Siqma; Sigma Tau Epsilon; 
"Tiger" Staff and Editorial Writer 1,2. 

MARTIN, DALE 
Xi Sigma Pi Soph. Scholastic Award; 
Alpha Zeta 4, 5; Ag. Council 4; For- 
estry Club 3, 4, 5, President 4; Sigma 
Pi 4, S, President 5. 

MARTIN, JOHN ALLEN 
Gamma Beta Phi 2, 3, 4; YR; Campus 
Crusade for Christ 2, 3, 4; BSU I, 2. 

MARTIN. ROBERT FRANCIS 
AISC 3, 4; Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4; 
Tae Kwan Do Club I, 2. 

MARTIN, WILLIAM EDWARD 
Senator I; ROTC I, 2, 3, 4; WSBF I; 
Hall Supervisor 2, 3; Hall Monitor 2; 
YMCA I; Campus Crusade for Christ I. 

MASTERS, NANCY GAIL 
Light Brigade I, 2, 3. 



MATTHEW, ROBERT THEODORE, JR. 
AIA I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; "The 
Chronicle" I, 2, 3, 4, Features Editor 4. 



"K". 

MATTHEWS, GEORGE GLENN, JR. 
CDA 3, 4, Alternus 4; SAZ 2, 3, 4, 
President 4; Tiger Brotherhood 3, 4; 
5-A Club 3; Narrator Fraternity Sing 3. 

MATTHEWS, JOEL ROBERT 
SAME I, 2, 3, 4; ASME 3, 4; Hall 
Monitor 3; Scuba Diving Club 4; CG 
I, 2; Advanced ROTC 3, 4. 



MAYER, JAMES EVANS 

YR I, 2, 3, 4; Gamma Omega Phi I, 
2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4. 

MAYES, DAVID WADE 
AG 3, 4. 

MAYFIELD, DAVID RANDALL 
Honor List I, 2, 3; Woodside Mills 
Scholarship I, 2, 3, 4; AlChE 2, 3, 4. 



MEEHAN, JOHN THOMAS 
Outstanding Student in Agricultural 
Education 3; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Agricultural Education 2, 3, 4, 
Secretary 3 



MERRY, WALTER DAVIES III 
Grace Sease Scholar; High Court At- 
torney 2, 3; Student Body Secretary 3; 
Senate 4; Chairman Ways and Means 
Committee 2; Blue Key 3, 4; Tiger 
Brotherhood 3, 4, President 4; NS I, 2, 
3, 4, Treasurer 4; CDA 3, 4, Placing; 
YD 3, 4; Cheerleader I, 2, 3, 4, Head 
4; Central Spirit Committee; Presi- 
dent's Cabinet 4; NSA, SUSGA, SCSSL 
Delegate 

MICHAEL, BENJAMIN THOMAS 
Football I, 2, 3, 4; Block "C" Club I, 
2, 3, 4. 



MILLAR, ROBERT WILLIAM 
Ben and Kitty Gossett Scholarship 3,4; 
AATCC Award 4; AATCC 2, 3, 4, 
Treasurer 4. 

MILLER, BERNARD HAYWOOD, JR. 
President Chester County Club. 

MILLER, BETTY SMITH 
AG Sweetheart; Order of Athena, Sec- 
retary; YMCA Cabinet 3, Secretary 
OZT 4; Angel Flight 2; YMCA Coun 
cil I, 2; REW Publicity Committee I 
YMCA Handbook 3, Managing Editor 
YMCA Newsletter Editor. 

MILLER, CHARLES ALEXANDER 
YMCA Cabinet 2, 3; AG I, 2, 3; 
Society for the Advancement of Agri- 
cultural Education I, 2, 3; Ed. YMCA 
Handbook 3. 



MILLER, LINDA C. 
BSU 3, 4, Secretary 4; YR 4 

MILLER, RONALD G. 
Football I, 2, 3, 4. 

MILLER, WAENARD LIVINGSTON, JR. 
Sons of American Revolution Medal I; 
U S. Rubber Foundation Scholarship 
3, 4; AFROTC Scholarship 3, 4; Ph, Eta 
Sigma I, 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; 
American Institute of Physics 3, 4; 
Sigma Pi Sigma 3, 4; Sigma Tau Epsi- 
lon 3, 4; KSN I, 2, 3, 4. 



MILLS, CHARLES EDWARD 

Agronomy Club 2, 3, 4; Advanced 

ROTC 3, 4. 
MILLS, NANCY ELIZABETH 

Resident Assistant 4; PSA, Secretary I, 

Treasurer 2; Clemson Players I, 2 
MISHAE, JOHN WAYNE 

Smith-Douglas Scholarship I, 2, 3, 4; 

ASAE 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Reporter 4; 

Southeastern Regional Council of ASAE, 

Vice-President 3, President 4; Ag. Bio. 

Council 3, 4, Reporter 4. 



MITCHEM, STEVE JULIUS 
Tau Beta Pi 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4. 

MOBLEY, JERRY ARTHUR 

Honors and Awards Day I, 2, 3; Sigma 
Tau Eps.lon 3, 4; Campus Crusade for 
Christ 3, 4, President. 

MOFFATT, ROBERT ARTHUR 

PRs I, 2, 3; WSBF Program Staff. 



MOORE, HERBERT BAYS, JR. 

AATCC; SAZ I, 2, 3, 4, 5; IFC Vice- 
President; York County Clemson Club. 

MOORE, ROBERT NOAH 
Reserve Officer Association Award; 
AFROTC 2; Phi Eta Sigma I, 2, 3, 4; 
Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; KDX I, 2, 3, 4. 



MORRIS, PAUL ALBERT 
Student AIA I, 2, 3, Secretary 2; Uni- 
versity Fine Arts Committee 3, 4; "The 
Chronicle" 2, 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 3, 
4; Corresponding Secretary S. C. Col- 
legiate Press Association. 

MORRISON, STEPHEN JOSEPH 
Phi Eta Sigma I, 2, 3, 4, AlChE 2 



MOXON, PETER WISCHAN 
DMS; Ways and Means Committee 3; 
Rat Master 4; NS I, 2, 3, 4; Cheer- 
leader 2, 4; YR 2, 3 

MOZEN, THOMAS CLARK 
Means Monolithic Award 4; Student 
AIA 2, 3, 4, 5; SKOL Society; "The 
Chronicle" 3, 4; Fencing 3; Fine Arts 
Film Club. 

MUDD, ROGER WILLIAM 
Agricultural Education Club 2, 3, 4; 
SAZ 2, 3, 4. 



MURRAY, MILLEDGE GALPHIN 
SAZ; TAPS; "The Tiger". 

MURRELL, TOM LEE 
Cross Country I, 2, 3, 4; Track I, 2, 3, 
4; RPA Club 3, 4; Block "C" Club 2, 
3, 4, Treasurer 4; ECA 2, 3, 4. 

MYERS, GROVER EUGENE 
SAM S; High Court Attorney 4, 5; 
Executive Research Committee 5; APO 
3, 4, 5; Weight Lifting Club I; Tiger 
Band Color Guard 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4 



NELSON, RODNEY LOCKE 
Glee Club I; Scuba Diving Club I. 

NEPVEUX, FELIX JOSEPH IV 
Junior Honors Certificate; IEEE I, 2, 3 
4; WSBF I, 2, 3, 4, Transmitter Engi 
neer 2, Control Room Engineer 3, En 
gineering Director 4; Tigerama Tech 
meal Director 4; Sailing Club 3, 4 
Clemson Players 2, 3, 4; Charleston 
County Club 3, 4. 



NEWMAN, THOMAS CLIFTON 
Dixie Skydivers 3, 4, 5, Vice-President 
3, 4, President 4, 5; ASME; SAME 

NEWTON, CHARLES AARON 

Scabbard and Blade Outstanding Soph. 
Cadet; Association of U. S. Army 
Award 3; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4; PRs 
I, 2, 3. 4, Commander of Fourth Regi- 
ment 4; Hall Supervisor 4. 

NICASTRI, EDWARD DOMINICK 
Mu Beta Psi 2; Arnold Air Society; 
Tiger Band; Concert Band; Sentimental 
Jazzmen. 

NICHOLS, VIVIAN LOUISE 
Women's Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Business 
Manager 4. 

NICKLES, JOE WHITE 
Sears-Roebuck Scholarship I; Esso Schol- 
arship I, 2, 3, 4; South Carolina Agri- 
culture Committee Scholarship 2, 3, 4; 
Alpha Zeta 2, 3, 4; Block and Bridle 
Club I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Secretary 
3, President 4; Chancellor Alpha Zeta 
4; AG Reporter 4. 

NORTHRUP, WALTER LAWRENCE 

NUCKOLS, HODGDON CHRISTIAN, JR. 
Freshman Honors I; YMCA 3, Presi- 
dent Junior Council 3; Kappa Delta 
Chi I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Alumni Secretary 4; 
SAM 3, 4, 5, Recording Secretary 3, 
President 4; Newman Club 5. 



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NUSBICKEL, DAVID C, JR. 

IEEE; YMCA Forum, Committee Chair- 
man; TAPS I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Staff 3, A; 
The Chronicle" 2, 3, 4, Photography 
Director 4; Time-Life Campus Rep. 



O'CAIN, JEFFREY ALAN 
Distinguished Military Student; Dele- 
gate SCCPA 2. 3, 4, Representative at 
Large 4; SAZ 2, 3, 4, Alumni Chairman 
3, Sergeant-at-Arms 4; TAPS Jr. Staff 
2, Classes Editor 3, TAPS Editor-in- 
Chief 4; AROTC I, 2, 3, 4. 

O'CAIN, WILLIAM HUNTER 
SAZ 2, 3, 4, 5. 



PETERS, WILLIAM CONE 
lota Mu Sigma 3; BSX 2, 3, A, Treas- 
urer; YR 2, 3, 4; SAM 3, 4; BSU 2. 

PETTIT, BURNETT ALEXANDER, JR. 
AIP; Sigma Pi Sigma. 



PHILLIPS, JAMES DANIEL 
Honors Program I, 2; AIP 3, 4; Sigma 
P. Sigma 3, 4; CGs I; German Club 2. 

PHILLIPS, ROBERT JULIUS 
Outstanding Tiger Band; Tiger Band I, 
2, 3, 4, Staff 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 3, 
4, Staff 3; Mu Beta Psi; Xi Sigma Pi, 
Secretary 4; Forestry Club I, 2, 3, 4. 



REED, EDWARD CLARK 
Mu Beta Psi 3 ,4; Tiger Band 2, 3, 4. 

REED, GEORGE MILTON, JR. 
Men's Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4; ROTC I, 
2, 3, 4; PRs Pledge Platoon I. 



REEVES, JOHN HENRY, JR. 
Junior Division Honors Award; Sigma 
Tau Epsilon 4; Phi Kappa Phi A; YR 4. 



SATCHER, WILLIAM WESLEY 
Forestry Club 3, A; Society of Ameri- 
can Foresters 3, 4; CGs 1,2; "Tiger" I, 

SCHERLER, WILLIAM BRUCE 
AlChE I, 2. 

SCHETTINO, JAMES 
SC Lumber Award 3; Sol.te Light 
Weight Concrete Award 4; AIA 2; 
Karate Club 2 

SCHICHLER, ERNEST ALFRED 
Honorable Mention for Materials Tech- 
nology Design Award 3; Student 
Chapter AIA I, 2; Circle "K" Club 

1, 2. 

SCHIRMER, ELIZABETH HAMLIN 
Horticulture Club I, 2, 3, 4; Canter- 
bury Club I, 2, Treasurer 2. 



ORR, WILLIAM KENNETH 
Agricultural Economics Club 3, 4. 

ORR, WILLIAM MARTIN 
ASME 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4; SAME 3, 
4; Advanced ROTC; CGs. 

OSBORNE, MICHAEL WILLIAM 
Association of the U. S. Army Medal 
3: AlChE 2, 3, A. 

O'SHIELDS, DAVID MARSHALL 

AIIE I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Union 
County Clemson Club 2, 3, 4 

OTT, MARILYN ANN 
Honors Program I; Newtonian Society 
2, 3, 4; Association for Computing 
Machinery 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship 
I, 2, 3, 4, Stated Clerk 2. 

OWEN, LAWRENCE TERRY 

OWEN, MAIDA A. 
Pre-Vet Club I, 2; Sigma Beta Chi 3, 
4, Secretary 4; Angel Flight I, 2; TAPS 
Junior Staff 2. 

OWINGS, MARGARET AILEEN 

Cheerleader I; RPA Club 2, 3, 4, 
Historian 4. 

OXLER, STEVEN JAY 

Sears-Roebuck Freshman Scholarship I; 
Alpha Zeta 3, 4; Elections Board 3; 
APO 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2; Chi Lambda 
3 4 Pledqe Master 4; Hillel-Brandeis 
Club I, 2, 3, 4 



PACE, ROBERT A. 
IEEE 3; Arnold Air Society 4; Foot- 
ball I. 

PAINTER, JAMES WALKER 
Alpha Zeta; Alpha Tau Alpha; Arnold 



PALMER, JOHN DAVIS 
Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Glee Club I, 2, 3, 



PARKER, CHARLES HAMMOND 
PRs I, 2, 3, 4, Drill Instructor 3; New- 
man Club S; BSU I; YR 5; SAME 3, 

4, 5- 

PARKER, DAVID JAMES 

Tiger Band I; Concert Band 2; Swim- 
ming 3, 4 

PARRIS, KEITH ROYAL 
Honors Program I, 2; Honor Roll I, 2, 
3; Junior Honor Certificate 2; AFROTC 
Scholarship 3, 4; AFROTC Jr Achieve- 
ment Award; IFT Scholarship I, 2, 3, 
4; Cotton Growers Scholarship 2, 3, 4; 
Phi Eta Sigma 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Ph, 
3, 4; Arnold Air Society 4; AFROTC I, 
2, 3, 4; Food Science Club 2, 3, 4; 
WSBF I; AF FIP. 



PATEY, CAROL SKELETON 

High. Honors 3; WSA Activities Chair- 
man 4; OZT 3, 4. 

PATRICK, WILLIAM D. 
Mu Beta Psi 2, 3, 4; ASCE 2; PSA I; 
Tiger Band I, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band I, 
2/3; YR I. 

PATTERSON, MICHAEL YATES 

"The Chronicle" 2; "The Tiger" 3 



PEELE, LUCAS RANDOLPH, JR. 
Alpha Zeta 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 3. 
4, Council 4; "Tiger" Staff I, 2, 3, 4, 
Sports Editor 4. 

PELLETIER, RENAUD EUGENE 
ASME 4; Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4; 
Rugby Club 3, 4. 



PLANCK, SHARON LYNNE 
Floor Supervisor 4; Women's Glee Club 

2, 3. 4, Librarian 3, President 4; DTX 

3, 4; Light Brigade 2; CCC 3. 

PLAYER, VINROE STEPHEN 
Associate Schools of Const. Award 3; 
AFROTC Financial Assistance Grant 4; 
AFROTC Prof Off. Corps 3, 4; Sigma 
Psi Nu; Swimming Club Secretary 3, 
President 4; Block "C" Club 2, 3, 4. 

POLING, JIM F. 
Block "C" Club; PKD; Tennis Team I, 
2, 3, 4, Captain. 



POPE, THOMAS EDWARD 

AIA I, 2, 3, 4; Swimming Team. 

PORTER, JAMES EDWIN III 
SKE; FCA I, 2, 3; Football I, 2, 3; 
Track I; Clemson Players I, 2, 3, A; 
Jazztet; ROTC Band 1,2; Concert Band 
I. 4; Rugby Club 4. 

POSCH, PAUL JOSEPH 
lota Lambda Sigma 3, Vice-President 4. 



POTTS, CHARLIE K., JR. 
Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4; Sr. Senator. 

POUNDER, DONALD BISSELL 

Chicago Tribune Silver Medal I; Tau 
Beta Ph, 3, 4; Ph, Eta Sigma I, 2, 3, 4; 
Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; ASME. 

PRATHER, JAMES LaBORDE 
KDX I, 2, 3, 4; PRA Club 3, 4; BSU 
I, 2. 

PRATT, LAURA ELIZABETH 
"Tiger" Junior Staffer of the Year 2; 
Weslev Foundation I; "Tiger" 1,2, 3, 
4; Amateur Radio Club 2, 3, A, Secre- 
tary 4; Clemson Players 3, 4, Secretary 
3, 4; Glee Club I; 4-H Club I. 

PRICE, HINTON ARNOLD, JR. 
Tiger Band 3. 

PRINGLE, CHARLES GARY 



PRITCHARD, JEFF O'DONNELL 
Gamma Beta Phi I, 2, 3, 4; MYF I, 2, 
3, 4; Soccer 3. 



PRUITT, LINDA JOYCE 
WSBF I, 2, 3, Senior Staff 4; Calhoun 
Forensic Society I. 



RAHIM, MIR ZULFIOAR 
Most Valuable Tennis Player 1965; 
I, 2, 3, 4; AIIE 2, 3. 

RAINES, KIRBY DOERR 
YRs I; Beta Sigma Chi 2, 3, 4, Se 
tary 3; Golf 3. 



RAMEY, JAMES TOMPKINS, JR. 
High Honors I, 2; Highest Honor; 
Newtonian Society I; Phi Eta Sigm, 
2, 3, 4; Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Tn 
urer 4; Phi Kappa Ph. 3, 4. 



REYNOLDS, WILLIAM EVANS, JR. 
Honors List I; Engineering Workshop 
Dartmouth College 2; ASME 2, 3, 4; 
DPK 



RIDDLE, RUTTLAND EDWARD 
KSN 3, 4; Circle "K" Club I; Hall 
Counselor 2. 

RIGGS, WALTER EUGENE 
Gamma Omega Phi 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presi- 
dent 3, President 4; YR 2, 3, A, Treas- 
urer 3; SAM 4; High Court. 



ROACH, JAMES MICHAEL 
ASCE 4- DKA 3, 4; CDA Junior Staff; 
APO I, 2; YMCA I 

ROBBINS, VERNON ALTON, JR. 
Sonoco Products Co. Scholarship 3, A; 
AATCC I; AATT 2, 3, A, Secretary 4; 
ROTC I, 2, 3, 4, Band I; CG. 



ROBINS, HARRIET VAUGHN 
Honors I, 2; Women's Res. Court 2; 
Judicial Board 3, Vice-Chairman 3; 
SBX 3, 4, Historian 2, Vice-President 3. 

ROBINSON, BARRY CARROLL 

RPA Club 3, 4, 5, Treasurer 4; APO I, 
2, 3, Vice-President 2; YMCA Cabinet 
4; Westminster Fellowship 2, 3; Sports 
Car Club 4, 5, Vice-President 5. 



RODDEY, MICHAEL ELLIS 
Alpha Tau Alpha Award; Alpha Tau 
Alpha 2; Alpha Zeta I; Gamma Sigma 
Delta 1; AG 2; SAAE. 

RODRIGUES, GEORGE CHRISTOPHER 
Honors I, 3; ATChE 2, 3, 4, 5; YMCA 
Sophomore Council President; YMCA 
Junior Council; Canterbury Club I. 2, 
3, 4, S: ROTC I, 2, 3, 4, 5; Freshman 



Che 



ROPER, TRUMAN DAVID 
Canterbury Club I, 2; Glee Club I; 
Economics Club 3, 4 

ROWAND, THOMAS FERGUSON 
AIA I, 2, 3, 4; Rugby Club; "The 



SANDIFER, JOHNNY BOYD 

Delta Siqma Nu 3; Sigma Tau Epsilon 
3, 4; Hall Monitor 4. 

SARRATT, VIRGINIA DALE 

Block and Bridle Club 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 
I, 2, 3; PSA I. 



SCHMIDT, FRANK RANDALL 
Soccer 3, MVP 3, Offensive Player of 
Year 3; Soccer Club I, 2, President 2. 

SCHRAIGMAN, JULIAN STANLEY 
Pre-Vet Club I, 2; Chi Lambda 3; Hil- 
lel-Brandeis Club I, 2, 3. 

SCHROEDER, RICHARD HERMAN 

Student Chapter AIA I, 2, 3, 4; DPK 
2, 3, 4; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 
I, 2; Soccer Team I, 2, 3; Football I, 



SEGARS, JOHN HENRY 

DPK I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Social 
Chairman 4; AFROTC 3, 4. 

SEGARS, JOHN KELLY 
R. F. Poole Scholarship I, 2, 3, 4; 
Junior Division Honors Certificate I; 
AFROTC Association Award I; Phi 
Kappa Phi 3, 4; Sigma Tau Epsilon 
Award 2; Senator 3, 4, Chairman 
Academic Affairs Committee 4; SCSSL 
3; Wesley Foundation 2, 3, 4, Council 
Chairman 4; "Tiger" 3, 4; Tae Kwon 
Do Club 2. 

SEIGLER, CHARLES WALLACE 

M. Lowenstein Foundation Scholarship 
I, 2, 3, 4; SAM 3, 5; York County 
Clemson Club I, 2. 



SHARP, DON CARLOS 
Residence Court Advisor 3; KDX I, 2, 
3, 4. 



SHELL, JAMES THOMAS 
SAAE; Defense Atty. for High Court 
2, 3; Hall Monitor 2; Dorm Supervisor 
3; FCA; Football Mgr. 2, 3; Coach's 
Aid for Football 4; Block "C" Club 4 



SHERER, JOHN DUNCAN 
Men's Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Mu Beta Psi 

3, 4; Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4. 

SHERMAN, ROBERT ROGER, JR. 

Horticulture Club I, 2, 3, 4. 

SHIRER, CURTIS ALLEN 

DKA; RPA Club, President 4; Clemson 
Outing Club President 4. 

SHIRLEY, CHARLES GARRISON, JR. 
Poole Scholarship I, 2, 3, 4; Ph, Eta 
Sigma I, 2, 3, A, English Award I; 
Sigma Tau Epsilon; Phi Kappa Phi; 
Sigma Pi Sigma; AIP 3, 4; Concert 
Band 2, 3, 4. 

SHIRLEY, JOHN SAMUEL 
Agricultural Education Club 3, 4. 

SHOUSE, JOHN F. 

IEEE I, 2, 3, 4; WSBF 2, 3, 4, Trans. 
Engineer 2, Control Room Engineer 2, 
Technical Manager 3, Engineer Director 
4; AFROTC I, 2, 3, 4; YMCA. 

SHULER, JON E. 
SAME I, 2; Advanced ROTC 3, A, S; 
Economics Club 4; Senate 4, Executive 
Research Committee 5; SCSSL A, 5; 
WSBF I; DPK I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Alumni 
Newsletter Editor 1, 2, 3, Homecoming 
Chairman 4; Swimming Team I, 2, 3, 4, 
Assistant Coach 5; Block "C" Club 3, 

4, 5. 

SHUMPERT, JOSEPH FRANCIS 

Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4. 

SIBLEY, WILLIAM MILTON 
Phi Ps. 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, 4; 
Phi Eta Sigma I, 2, 3, 4; AATT 3, 4 

SIMPSON, CHERYL 
Angel Flight 2. 






Hi fans. 



TURKEY LEG 
and 



CHICKEN LEG 



Stick around. 

One of the best things about growing up in 
this area is that you never have to leave it. 
Because its economy is growing by leaps 
and bounds, producing new job opportunities 
in both business and agriculture. Too, you'll find 
technical and higher education facilities second 
to none. So, come graduation time, stick around. 
You wont find a better place to live, work and play. 

Duke Power 




SENIOR DIRECTORY -Continued 



SIMPSON, JOSEPH HORACE 
Cra.rman Central Spirit Committee 4; 
Rat Master 2, 3, Head 4; YR I. 2, 3, 
4; Gamma Omega Phi 2, 3, 4, Pledge 
Master 3, 4. 



SINCLAIR, THOMAS LEE 
Tiger Band Color Guard 2, 3, 4; Union 
County Clemson Club I, 2, 3, 4, Presi- 
dent 3; ACS 2, 3, 4; YR 2, 3; Academy 
of Theology, Wesley Foundation I, 2. 

SKARDON, WILLIAM NORTON 
Student AIA I, 2, 3, 4, S; Circle "K" 
Club I, 2; Canterbury Club I, 2, 3. 

SKILTON, RICHARD BREVARD 

Economics Club 2, 3, 4: ISA 2, 4; 
"Tiger" 2; ROTC I, 2, 3, 4; Weight 
Lifting Club 2, 3. 

SKINNER, PAUL B. 
Gamma Beta Ph. I, 2, 3, 4, 5; Delta 
Sigma Nu 1 , 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; S.gma 
Tau Epsilon 3, 4; PKD 3, 4, Historian 4. 



SLATE, DONALD ALEXANDER 
ASCE 4; KDX I, 2, 3, 4; Advanced 
ROTC. 

SMALL, RONALD JAMES 

Honors 2, 3, 4, 5; Chemstrand Scholar- 
ship 3, 4; Seydel-Woolley Co. Scholar- 
ship S; H. William Close Achievement 
Award 4; Phi Psi 3, 4, 5, Secretary 4, 
Treasurer 5; AATT 4, 5; KDX 1,2, 3, 4, 
5; Newman Club. 



SMITH, BELTON KELLY 
Ag. Econ. Club, President I 

SMITH, CLARK AARON 
American Society of Metals; DMS; 
ASCE 3, 4; SAME 3, 4; PRs I, 2. 

SMITH, DONNY LEE 
AATCC I; Tiger Brotherhood 3, 4; 
CDA Junior Staff, Senior Staff Vice- 
President 4; PKD 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. 

SMITH, GARLAND LOYAL, JR. 

SMITH, HARVEY THOMPSON 

Fellowship of Christian Athletes 4; 
Football I, 2, 3, 4. 

SMITH, HELEN GRACE 
Hall Monitor 3; WSA Judicial Board, 
Secretary 4; SCC 3, 4; APO Sweet- 
heart 2- YMCA 3, 4; PSA I. 



SMITH, MARION JACKSON 

Block "C" Club 3, 4; Baseball I, 2, 
3, 4 



SPENCE, TERRELL PARKER 
RPA Club I, 2, 3, 4; Co. C-4 Pledge; 
Fourth Regimental PRs. 

STANCIL, LARRY BRUCE 

Most Outstanding Sophomore Cadet 2; 

S. C. Recreation Society 2, 3; PRs I, 

2, 3. 
STEEDLEY, HAMPTON B., JR. 

SAM 4; Charleston County Club 3, 4. 

STEELE, RONALD EDWARD 
AlChE 2, 3, 4. 

STEELE, WILLIAM JOSEPH 

Mu Beta Psi 3, 4; Agricultural Econo- 
mics Club I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; 
Prosecuting Attorney High Court 4; 
WSBF I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Staff Coordi- 
nator 4- Tiger Band I, 2, 3, 4; Concert 
Band I ,2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation I, 
2; YMCA I; YR I, 4; Tigerama Tech- 
nical Crew I, 2, 3, 4; Delegate to 
American Agri. Econ. Association 3, 4. 

STEIGLER, HAROLD JOSEPH 

AIIE 2, 3, 4. 

STEINFELDT, PAUL JEFFREY 

Gamma Alpha Mu 3, 4, President; 
Student Senate 4; Speakers Bureau 4; 
Tiger" 3, 4- "Chronicle" 3, 4, Editor- 
in-Chief; Fine Arts Film; Calhoun Lit- 
erary Workshop 3, 4, President. 

STEPHENS, LLEWELLYN RICHARD 
Solite Arch. Award 4; AIA I, 2, 3; 
YD 3; Debate Team 4, 5. 

STEWART, JOHN C. 

NS I, 2, 3, 4, 5. 

STICKLE, ROLLIN JOHN 
AIIE I, 2, 3, 4. 

STIEGEL, RUSSELL EDWARD 
BSU I, 2, 3, 4, President, Secretary- 
Treasurer; RFW Committee 4; BSU 
F- rran „uuncil; Athletic Tutoring 
r.oyram 3,4. 



STREETT, CHARLES WELDON, JR. 

PR Pledge. 

STUART, MARTHA A. 

Order of Athena 4; Honors Program I, 
2; Best Dressed Coed 2; Junior Sen- 
ator; Secretary of Senate 3; SCSSL 
Delegate 3; SBX I, 2, 3, 4; TAPS Co- 
organizations Editor 3, 4; Women's 
Dorm Vice-President. 

SUBER, JOHN FRANCIS 
Scuba Diving Club; Freshman Baseball. 

SUMMER, JOSEPH THOMPSON 

Horticulture Club 2, 3 ,4, Treasurer 3, 
President 4; Student Ag. Council 3, 4; 
AG 2, 3, 4, President 4; IFC 4. 

SUMMERELL, GEORGE CURTIS 

Mu Beta Psi 2, 3, 4; Tiger Band I, 2, 
3, 4; Concert Band 1,2, 3, 4. 



SWANGER, DANNY HOWARD 
ASME I, 2; SAM 4; York County Club 



SMITH, RUSSELL FARRAN 
ASME 2, 3, 4; CGs 2, 3; KSN 3, 4; 
LSA 4. 



SMITH, THOMAS CARLYLE 

Bowling Team. 

SMITH, WILLIAM JEFFREY 

Honors Program I; IEEE 3, 4; REW I; 
WSBF I, 2, 3, 4; "The Chronicle" I, 2. 
3, 4, Circulation Manager I, 2, Bus. 
ness Manager 3, 4; Philosophy Club I, 

2, 3, President 2, 3; Sailing Club 4. 

SMYTH, ROBERT EDWARD 
Advanced Army ROTC; APO 2, 3, 4; 
Scuba Diving Club 2, 3, 4; Swimming 
I; Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4 

SNODDY, JIMMY DUNLAP 
lota Lambda Sigma. 

SNYDER, PETER FREDERICK 
Gamma Alpha Mu 4; AIA 3; Fencing 
3 4, 5 President 4; "Tiger" Art Editor 

3, 4, S; "Chronicle" Art Editor 5; Cal- 
houn Literary Society 4, S. 

SOUTHGATE, GEORGE ALLEN 
ACS I. 2, 3, 4; Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes 2. 

SPARKS, RICHARD LOCKE 

lota Lambda Sigma 3, 4, Historian 4; 
Education Club I. 



TANTILLO, THOMAS ANTHONY 

Mu Beta Psi 3, 4, President 4; AATCC 
3 4 Vice-President 4; Tiger Band I, 2, 
3, 4; Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 2 

TAYLOR, JAMES G. 

RPA Club 2. 3; SAZ 2, 3, 4; Bock "C" 
Club 2, 3. 



TEDCASTLE, ROBERT A. II 
SAM 2, 3, 4; Senate I; APO 3, 4; 
Circle "K" Club I, 2; YR 4; Newman 
Club I, 2, 3, 4; Y Council I. 

TEMPLETON, JAMES LAWSON 
Swimming 2, 3, 4. 



TERRY, WILLIAM RONALD 
ASCE 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Karate Club 
2; Glee Club 2. 

THEILING, HENRY WEDEMEYER 

U. S. Army ROTC Scholarship; AlChE; 
Election Board 2, 3; KDX I, 2, 3, 4, 
Pledgemaster 3, Treasurer 4; Home- 
coming Display Chairman 3. 

THOMA, LAWRENCE D. 

Economics Club I; Weight Lifting Club 
I, 2, 3, 4; Fine Arts Film Club I, 2; 
"Tiger" Staff I. 

THOMAS, JAMES EVERETT 

Honors Program I, 2, 3, 4; Junior Divi- 
sion Honors Certificate 2; Senior Divi- 
sion Honors Certificate 4; S. C. Res- 
taurant Association Scholarship I, 2, 3, 
4; Belk's Foundation Scholarship I; 
Higgins Undergraduate Scholarships 2, 
3, 4; Tau Beta Pi Pledge Entry Winner; 
Tau Beta Pi 3, 4, Secretary 4; PRi 
Kappa Phi 3, 4; Phi Eta Sigma I, 2, 
3, 4; IEEE 2, 3, 4; Director of Tutoring 
Program 4; SAME 4; SAM 4. 

THOMAS, JAMES MICHAEL 

Block and Bridle Club. 

THOMAS, REUBEN SIMS 
Association of U. S. Army Award 3; 
ASCE I, 2, 3, 4; SAME 2, 3, 4; Union 
County Clemson Club I, 2, 3, 4. 

THOMAS, RICHARD W., JR. 
Basketball 2, 3, 4. 

THOMASON, ROBERT MARION 

lota Mu Sigma 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. 

THOMPSON, ALLAN JAMES, JR. 

Phi Eta Sigma I, 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa 
Phi 3, 4; Tau Beta Pi 3, 4, President 4; 
AlChE 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice-Presi- 
dent 4; Student Senate I; S. C. State 
Student Legislature I, 2, 3, 4, Lieu- 
tenant Governor 4, President Assistant 
2, Delegations Chairman 2; "Tiger" 
Staff 3, 4; Tau Beta Pi National Con- 



THOMSON, ROBERT EDWARD, JR. 
ASCE 4; WSBF I, 2; Sports Car Club 
3, 4. 



TILLMAN, WILLIAM GEORGE 
Tae Kwon Do Club 2, 3, 4, Secreta 

3, Vice-President 4. 



TINSLEY, HARRY L. 

ROTC Scholarship 3, 4; Gamma Alpha 
Mu Honorary Fraternity; DMS 4; PR 
Pledge I; ROTC I, 2, 3, 4; "Brigade" 
Staff 2; Social Activities Committee I; 
Central Spirit Committee 2; SCSSL 
Delegate I, 2, 3, 4; Press Section 3; 
York County Clemson Club I, 2; Circle 
"K" Club 2; Tigerama 2, 3; Newspaper 
Publicity Chairman 2; Skits Chairman 
3; Hall Supervisor 4; Westminster As- 
sociation 1,2,3,4, President 3; YMCA 
Campus Christian Life Committee 3; 
Cheerleader 2, 3; "Tiger" Junior Staff 

1, Campus Editor I, News Editor 2, 
Editor-in-Chief 3; U. S. Student Press 
Association Delegate I, 2, 3; Delegate 
National Student Association 3; S. C. 
Colleqiate Press Association I, 2, 3, 
President 4, Executive Board 4. 

TIPPING, STEVEN BRADLEY 

Weight Lifting Club I, 2, 3, 4; Karate 
Club 2; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. 

TODD GEORGE ALBERT 

Ph, Psi 3, 4; AATCC 3, 4, Treasurer 4. 

TODD, JAMES ROY, JR. 
ASCE; SAME; Arnold Air Society 4; 
PSA- Fellowship of Christian Athletes 

2, 3; Track Team I, 2. 

TOLLEY, CHARLES ROBERT 

Football I, 2, 3, 4; Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4. 

THOMPKINS, DAVID LaGRONE, JR. 

Forestry Club 2, 3, 4; Society of Amer- 
ican Foresters 3, 4; Advanced ROTC 

3, 4 

TOMPKINS, JAMES E. 
Football All State 1967; Football; 
Block "C" Club 



TURNER, DANNY WILLIAM 
Phi Eta Sigma 2; Sigma Tau Epsilon : 
Ph, Kappa Phi 2; York County Clemsc 
Club 3; Intramural Basketball 2; Vo 
leyball I. 

TURNER, WALLEY ANSON 
Alpha Zeta 3, 4; Alpha Tau Alpha 
4; Arnold Air Society 3, 4; Reside 
Assistant 2, 3, 4; Ag. Ed. Club I, 



TURPIN, DANNY LANE 

RPA Club 2, 4. 



ULLER, MARGARET SARA 

Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Sigma Tau Epsilon 
Secretary 3, 4; Resident Assistant 4; 
Hillel-Brandeis Club. 



VEHORN, JAMES RONALD 

High Honors; Sigma Tau Epsilon; CCC. 

VENTO, MICHAEL WILLIAM III 
AIA 2; "Chronicle" 3; Clemson Little 
Theatre 3; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; Fine 
Arts Film Club 3, 4; Rugby Club 4. 

VIOLETTE, DOLORES ANN 

Lake City Lions Club Student Award 
2, 3, 4; Sigma Tau Epsilon 3 ,4; Order 
of Athena 3, 4, Treasurer; Women's 
Residence Court Secretary 2, Chairman 
3; Residence Assistant 4; Hall Moni- 
tor 3; NSU I, 2, 3, 4; Fine Arts Film 
Club 3, 4. 



TRIPLETT, LAURENCE E. 
Beta Sigma Chi , 4. 



WADDELL, JOHN HALL 
Alpha Phi Kappa I, 2, 3, 4, 5; IFC 3, 
4 5, Rush Chairman 4, Vice-President 
5; Tiger Brotherhood 4, 5. 

WADE, CONNIE STEVE 
Football I, 2, 3, 4. 

WADE, JEAN TOOLEY 

Angel Flight I, 2. 



WALDER, DERRY LEON 
Forestry Club 2, 3, 4. 



WALKER, ALAN CONSTANTINE, JR. 

ACS 4 



WALKER, RICHARD CLARD 

AlChE 2, 3, 4; AFROTC; YMCA; Tae 
Kwon Do Club 3, 4; Intramural Sports. 



WALTERS, DIBBON KEITH III 
IEEE 4 



WARD, JOHN RICHARD 
ASCE I, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Senator; 
Newman Club I, 2, 3, 4. 

WARE, WILLIAM S., JR. 

KDX I, 2, 3, 4; Tiger Brotherhood 3,4; 
Fellowship of Christian Athletes I, 2, 
3, 4 
WARUCK, WILLIAM MARETT 
Honorable Mention, SE Concrete Mas- 
onry Association Competition 2; AIA 
I 2 4- Freshman Cheerleader; CDA 
Junior Staff 3; Circle "K" Club I, 2, 
3, 4, Vice-President 3; "Tiger" Staff I. 

WATES, JULIAN RAY 
ACS I; Calhoun Literary Society I, 2; 
Senior Senator; YD Treasurer 3, 4; 
YMCA 2, 3; WSBF I, 2. 

WATSON, LAWRENCE REED 

SAM 2, 3, 4; Block "C" Club 2, 3, 4 
President 4- Secretary SAM 4; Baseball 
I, 2, 3, 4. 

WAY, ALBERT WEYMAN 

Alumni Undergraduate; Mem. Scholar- 
ship I, 2, 3, 4; Arnold Air Society 3; 
Scuba Diving Club 2; Westminster Fel- 
lowship I, 2, 3, 4; "Tiger" Staff I, 2, 
3, 4 



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WEBER, WILLIAMS LEWIS 
PR Second Best Drilled Pledge I; 
Delta Sigma Nu; PR Drill Team I, 2, 
Assistant Pledge Commander 3; Master 
Mason; Order of the Eastern Star. 



WELCH, WALTER McGEE, JR. 
PRs I, 2, 3, Fin. and Supply Officer 3. 

WERNER, CHARLES MILTON, JR. 
Football I, 2, 3, 4; Block "C" Club 2, 



WESTON, JOHN DANE 
PRs I; Tiger Band 2, 3; Arnold Air 
Society 4; AFROTC I, 2, 3, 4, Informa- 
tion Officer; YMCA I, 2, 3, Cabinet 3, 
Camp Co Advisor 3; Fencing Team 2, 
3, 4; Union County Clemson Club I, 
2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3. 

WHEELER, JAMES JACOB III 
Agronomy Club I, 2, 3, 4. 



WHITE, CHARLES GEORGE, JR. 

Distinguished Military Cadet 4; Arnold 
Air Society 3, 4, Operations Officer 4; 
Senior Senator; AG 3, 4; AFROTC 3, 
4- FIP Commander; BSU I, 2, 3, 4; 
Impact Editor; YMCA Cabinet 4 

WHITE, JAMES RYAN III 
Colleton County Club of Clemson 3, 
4, President 3, 4. 



WICKER, DAVID LEWIS 
Freshman S. C. Poultry Improvement 
Association Scholarship I; Upperclass- 
man S. C. Poultry Improve. Association 
Scholarship 2, 3; S. C. Agri. Society 
Scholarship 2, 3, 4; Ralston Purina 
Scholarship 4; Danforth Award 4; Poul- 
try Science Club 3, 4, Vice-President 3, 
4; Alpha Zeta 2, 3, 4; Agricultural and 
Biological Student Council 3, 4, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer-4. 

WICKHAM, JOHN MARSHALL 
Sigma Psi Nu 3, 4, Treasurer 4; SAM 
4; Swimming Team 3, 4, Manager 4. 



WIELENGA, BOB LOUIS 

SAM 4; APO 3, 4; YR I, 2; Scuba Div- 
ing Club I, 2 

WIGGINS, MICHAEL JOHN 
ACS 2, 3, 4; Advanced ROTC. 

WILDER, ROBERT LOGAN, JR. 
PKD 2, 3, 4, 5, Rush Chairman 4, Vice- 
President 5; Swimming Team I; Scuba 
Diving Club I; Advanced ROTC 3, 4; 
Country Gentleman 5. 

WILLIAMS, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN 
AlChE 2, 3, 4, President of Southern 
Regional Conference 4; Tiger Brother- 
hood 4, 5; Treasurer of Junior and 
Senior Class; Financial Review Board 
3, 4; NS I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Corresponding 
Secretary 4; Mu Beta Psi 2, 3, 4; Circle 



WILLIAMS, WILLIAM GREENE, III 
Alpha Sigma Mu Honor Certificate; 
Most Outstanding Junior in Metallurg- 
ical Engineering 3; AFROTC Scholar- 
ship 4; ASM 2, 3, 4; Alpha Sigma Mu 
Honor Fraternity 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 
3, 4 



WILIOUGHBY, MITCHELL MYRON 
Sears-Roebuck Scholarship I; Block 
Bridle Club Scholarship 4; Block 
Bridle Club 2, 3, 4. 

WILSON, CHARLES BERGEN 



WILSON, CHARLES NORMAN 
Keramos 2, 3, 4; Harold 3, 
President 4; ACS 2, 3, 4, Vice- 

and Treasurer 4. 



WILSON, ROBERT WINDSOR, JR. 



WINGARD, RONALD ALLEN 
SAM S; YMCA 4, Cabinet 4; KDC I, 
2, 3, 4. 5, Social Chairman 4. 



WISE, ANDREW P. 
ROTC; Newman Club 3, 4; 
Club 3,4. 

WISE, WILLIAM H., JR. 
Block and Bridle Club 3, 
County Clemson Club I, 2. 



WOODWARD, RICHARD H. 
AIA I, 2, 3; "Chronicle" 3, 
Editor 4. 

WRIGHT, PAUL RANDALL 
KDC 2, 3, 4; ROTC; BSU 
WSBF I, Business Staff I. 



WRIGLEY, CRAIG C. 
Bachelor of Arts, Juris Doctor fr< 
University of South Carolina. 



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DKA I, 2, 3, 4, S, Treasurer 
dent 4; Tiger Brotherhood 



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NAME 

Abbitt, Bruce 
Abbott, Andrew Arthur 
Abbott, Arthur McF. 
Abbott, John J. 

Abel, John Richard 
Abercrombie, James L. 
Abercrombie, Stoney 
Abercrombie, Wm. L., Jr. 

Abernathy, Benjamin E. 

Abemathy, Larry W. 

133 
Abernathy Wm. Leslie 

Abernethy, Russell H. 
Abrahams, Richard W. 

Abrams, Albert W. 
Abrams, Davitia F. 
Abrams, Edgar B. 

Abrams, Jeffrey R. 

Abrams, James Wm. 

Accomando, Brunello 
Accomando, Salvatore 
Acker, Louis L. 
Acker, Sidney Francis 
Acker, Thomas Waring 
Ackerman, Philip D. 
Ackley, Brainard Lee 
Acquaviva, James P. 

Adair, Miles Morgan 
Adamo, Jeffrey, Wayne 

Adams, Ernest Lynn 

300, 

Adams, Elizabeth R. 

Adams, George F. 

Adams, Harry P. 

252 

Adams, Ira Lee, Jr. 

Adams, Johnny Arthur 

Adams, John Linford 

Adams, James Merrill 

388 
Adams, John N. 

Adams, Robert B. 
Adams, Tony Ansel 
Addis, Brenda G. 

Addison, James C, Jr. 
Addy, Wayne F. 

Adkins, Henry G., Jr. 
Affleck, Jack Hannay 
Agee, Michael Warren 
Agnew, Douglas Dewitt 
Agnew, Wm. Gibson, Jr. 

Agusiewicz, Joseph M. 
Ahern, Donald E. 
Aicher, Walter A. 
Aines, Robert Wm. 

Ainsworth, Robert D. 

Aiton, Joseph Edmund 
Akerley, Cara Dale 
Akkas, Nuri 
Albea, Bruce B. 

Albea, Mary Jane 
Albers, Richard A. 

50 
Albrecht, Eloise J. 

Albright, Clarence H. 
Alden, Edward F. 
Aldridge, Marion D. 

111, 164,223 
Alewine, Furman H. 
Alexander, Caroline B. 
Alexander, Etoy Ethel 
Alexander, Fred M., Jr. 
Alexander, George D. 
Alexander, Joyce E. 



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388 
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462 

292 
462 
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388 
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,388 
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,388 
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484 



Alexander, John F., Jr. 
Alexander, John M. 
Alexander, Keven M. 
Alexander, Laura S. 
Alexander, Milton D. 

2 
Alexander, Ronnie C. 
Alexander, Ruth Gail 
Alexander, Stephen D. 
Alexander, Virginia A. 
Alford, John A. 
Alford, John M. 

3 
Alfred, Gary R. 
All, James Bascom, Jr. 
All, Jones Henry C, Jr. 
Allen, Charles David 

3 
Allen, Carl M. 

Allen, Eldon Elbert 

Allen, Franklyn C. 
Allen, Judy Dianne 
Allen, James Harding 
Allen, John Rodgers 

Allen, James T. 

Allen, Jerry Wayne 
Allen, Thomas L. 
Allen, William H. 
Alley, Nancy S. 

Alley, Samuel David 
Allgood, Barnett A. 
Allgood, Thomas W. 
Allison, Donald B., Jr. 
Allison, Wm. Elmore, Jr. 
Allman, George N., Jr. 
Allred, Deborah I 
Alpert, Calvert Clay 

230, 
Alston, Rowland P., Jr. 

Alston Wm. Barrett 
Altemose, Mark Irvin 
Altman, James Coley 

Altman, Stephen L. 
Altman, Wm. Earnest 
Alverson, David R. 

Alverson, James L., Jr. 
Ambrose, Robert E. 

Amick, David Ray 
Amick, Harold Ciremba 

255, 
Amick, Timothy James 
Ammons, William R. 

234, 
Amos, Paul D. 
Anderson, Alan John 
Anderson, Courtney L. 
Anderson, Carroll S. 
Anderson, Ellen Dean 
Anderson, George A., Jr. 
Anderson, G. W. Jr. 
Anderson, Jack Edward 
Anderson, Joseph F., Jr. 
Anderson, Jean K. 
Anderson, John Law 
Anderson, Leland E., Jr. 
Anderson, Patricia R. 
Anderson, Philip L. 
Anderson, Robert Leon 
Anderson, Ransome Wms. 
Anderson, Sharon Lee 
Anderson, Terry K. 

283, 
Anderson, Thomas G., Jr. 
Anderson, Wm. Burton 
Andis, Vernon W. 

Andrews David Martin 
Andrews, Jean Blair 
Angelakos, Pete W. 
Angle, Stanley B., Jr. 
Annas, Eugene C. 
Anthony, Sayge Hardin 
Antonakos, George B. 
Anzen, Bjorn Arne I. 

95, 295, 



462 
462 
442 
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442 
462 



118 
388 

484 
484 
255 
462 
184 
388 
282 
462 

484 
484 
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462 
279 



Applebaum, Robert Roy 
Arant, Thomas M. 
Archambault Michel 
Archie, William A 
Argo, Brenda Gail 

Argyris, Thomas A., Jr. 

Ardis, Wilbur C, Jr. 
Arledge, Janice Faye 
Arledge, Sandy Lee 
Armacost, Edwin Ryle 
Armfield, Robert W. 
Armistead, Douglas P. 
Armstrong, William H. 

Armstrong, William S. 
Arnold, David C. 
Arnold, Frank H. Ill 

Arnt, Vena Kathryn 

Arrington, Dennis E. 
Arthur, Gary J. 
Ashar, Dhirendra L. 
Ashby, Lester Dean 
Ashford, Dorothy M. 
Ashley, Barbara J. 



484 Bagnal, Henry T. 



484 

155 
389 
242 
484 
484 
484 
462 
462 
484 
462 
180 
389 
389 
389 
155 
389 
155 
484 

48 



388 


Ashley, John Randal 


125 


442 




442 




Ashley, Kenneth Kay 


462 




Ashley, Rita Dianne 


484 


209 


Ashman, Harold E., Jr. 


462 


388 


Ashmore, Richard J. 


286 


484 




389 


442 


Ashton, Laura V. 


484 


462 


Ashworth, Robert D. 


484 


462 


Askew, Scott S. 




484 


Askins, Charles Wm. 






Askins, Dan G., Jr. 


292 


484 




389 


180 


Askins, Harry R., Jr. 


192 


462 


292 


389 


294 


Askins, Judy B. 




442 


Askins, Paul Walker 


143 


484 




442 


484 


Aston, Lewis E. 


312 


262 


314 


389 


442 


Atkins, Charles R., Jr. 




462 


Atkins, Harley Lee 


484 


484 


Atkins, Martha Carrie 


389 


238 


Atkinson, Alexander N. 


484 


389 


Atkinson, Douglas J. 


301 
484 


172 


Atkinson, Larry Neal 


266 


389 


284 


442 


484 


Atkinson, Rebecca E. 




220 


Atkinson, Wayne H. 


442 


442 


Attaway, John David 


484 


442 


Aughtry, Barry K. 


188 


48 


286 


389 


389 


Aull, Bradley M. 
Aurich, Christoph W. 


484 




Ausburn, Sybil E. 


484 




Austell, Wm. Pittman 


145 


442 




484 


484 


Austin, Robert Alan 


462 


462 


Austin, Samuel Walter 


462 


318 


Avant, Joseph L. 




462 


Avant, Andrew Steven 


484 


484 


Avinger, Harry C. 


145 




279 


389 


442 


Avinger, John O. 


232 


389 


298 
Ayer, Frederick C. Ill 


389 


389 


Ayers, Aubrey Dale 




484 


Ayers, Bobbie F., Jr. 


276 

442 


484 


Ayers, Kenneth R. 


119 


232 


192 


390 


389 


Ayers, Roderick G., Jr. 


220 
390 


442 


Ayers, Robert W. 


220 


286 




390 


389 






484 


Babb, Harley G. Ill 






Babb, Judith Anne 


462 


389 


Babb, Mary Finley 




389 


Bach, Durwood Earl 




484 


Bachmann, Albert E. 




462 


Bacon, Gretchen Van D. 




484 


Baer, Neil R. 


390 


49 


Bagnal, Earle Rowland 


484 



Bagnal, Richard L. 
Bailes, Gordon L., Jr. 
Bailes, Julia M. 
Bailey, Edwin F. 
Bailey, Jeffrey C. 
Bailey, John Douglas 
Bailey, John Silas 
Bailey, Robert D. 
Bailey, Robert Estes 
Bailey, Richard Wayne 
Bailey, Terry L. 
Bair, Robert M„ Jr. 
Baird, David Paul 

Baird, Joe Henry 
Bakalian, Mihran G. 

Baker, Beverly F. 

Baker, Charles D., Jr. 

Baker, Clay Earl, Jr. 
Baker, Elisha R. 
Baker, Geoffrey B. 

Baker, Gregory Scott 
Baker, Paul F. 
Baker, Reginald W. 

Baker, Samuel B. 
Baker, Steven W. 

Baker, William Cozart 
Baker, Wayne Douglas 
Balcerski, James S. 
Baldwin, Barry Mason 
Baldwin, Fred K. 

135,229, 
Balentine, Richard S. 

Balk, Elizabeth F. 
Balk, William A. 
Ball, Nancy Diana 

Ball, Robert Lynn 
Ballard, Jimmy Dale 
Ballard, Rebecca 

Ballard, William B. 
Ballas, Catherine M. 
Ballenger, David M. 

188,234, 
Ballenger, David T. 
Ballenger, Richard C. 
Ballentine, George C. 
Ballew, Charles G., Jr. 
Ballington, Don A. 
Bandy, Joseph W. 
Banke, Kay Ellen 
Banks, Charles McH. 

266,301, 
Bannister, Steven P. 
Bantz, Michael K. 
Barbary, Shelly W. 



239, 



Barber, Wade H. 
Barbery, Stephen L. 



Bardsley, Charles E. 

279, 
Bardwell, Donald M. 
Barf ield, Sammy M., Jr. 
Barker, Byron Hansel 
Barker, Deborah Lea 
Barker, James Cecil 
Barker, James F. 

137, 168, 
Barker, John Tyron 
Barker, John Van, Jr. 
Barker, Malinda D. 

Barker, Mary N. 

Barker, Robert Earl 

Barker, Wm Clinton 
Barnes, Bonnie Lynn 
Barnes, William Jay 
Barnett, Andy Hubbard 
Barnett, Stephen K. 



184 


Barnette, Charles D. 




462 


Barnette, Clayburn S. 






Barnette, James E. 


462 




Barnette, Michael L. 


485 


462 


Barnette, Ronald P. 


176 


390 




462 


484 


Barnhart, Michael H. 


485 


462 


Barnhill, Archie M. 


485 


484 


Barnwell, Thomas O., Jr. 


242 




260 


390 




Barnwell, William M. 


462 


484 


Barr, Timmy O'Neal 




390 


Barraco, Paul J. 


390 


484 


Barrett, Ann Marie 


485 


252 


Barrett, David T. 


485 


442 


Barrett, Kenneth M. 


117 


484 


262 


390 


200 


Barrier, Martin James 




442 


Barron, John Caswell 


485 


204 


Barrs, Julian 


485 


462 


Bartles, Jane Ellen 


206 


226 




442 


442 


Bartley, Benny D. 


442 


462 


Barton, Stephan C. 


485 




Baskin, David L. 


390 


196 


Baskin, Thomas C, Jr. 


442 


390 


Bass, Arthur Theron 


442 


258 


Bass, Edwin Gay, Jr. 
Bass, George Steven 


485 


116 


Bass, John A. 




442 


Bass, James Henry 


462 


485 


Bass, Samuel David 


282 


144 




442 


390 


Bastob, Robert Edwin 
Batson, Donald H. 




485 


Batson, Peggy Marie 


206 


485 




462 


485 


Batson, Paul Otis 


462 


131 


Batson, Wm. Everett 


286 


390 




390 


172 


Batten, Daniel M. Ill 




462 


Battle, Catherine Ann 
Bauer, Jonathan L. 


485 




Baughman, George F. 


391 


206 


Baughman, Steven G. 


485 


390 


Bauknight, Dennis L. 


442 


485 


Baumann, Wilbur N. 


462 


485 


Baumgarner, Gary R. 


485 


206 


Baxley, Leslie Reade 




390 


Baxley, Wm. Henry III 
Bay, James Thomas 


485 


390 


Bayerl, Joseph R. 




137 


Baylor, Steward L. 


278 


390 




391 




Bayne, Harold David 


462 


442 


Bazemore, Paul R., Jr. 


47 


462 


139 


442 


485 


Beach, Harris L., Jr. 


111 




226 


391 


442 


Beach, Judith Elaine 


260 


462 




442 


219 


Beachy, Robert Wisler 


442 


442 


Beam, Charles P. 


292 


485 




391 




Beam, Wayne 


188 


232 


Beaman, Gerald Brian 


485 


390 


Beaman, Wallace D. 


391 


390 


Bean, John Foster 




286 


Bean, Thomas Alan 


462 


390 


Beane, Glenn Parker 




250 


Beard, George Wm. 


224 


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390 

462 
442 
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485 
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Bearden, Larry James 
Beasley, Maxine E. 
Beasley, Robert J. 
Beasley, Wm. Lamar 
Beattie, Wm. Calvin 
Beaty, David Leighton 

Beauchene, William B. 
Beaudoin, Donald P. 
Beauvais, Richard L. 
Beck, Cary Gilbreth 
Beck, Don R. 
Beck, Ronald F. 
Beckham, Lewis R., Jr. 
Beckham, Wm. Perry III 
Beckish, Alice Marie 
Beckwith, Randy Lee 
Bedard, Paul D. 

Bedenbaugh, Hubert M. 
Beemer, Charles T. 



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Behling, Robert Mark 


462 


Biediger, William C. 


172 


Blevins, Wayne Austin 


147 


Behrens, William A. 


317 




391 




486 




391 


Bierley, Sarah T. 


392 


Bliss, John Wilson 


486 


Beiers, Rhonda Gay 


485 


Biezenski, Romana A. M. 




Blitch, John H., Jr. 


463 


Belcher, Earl L., Jr. 


391 


Bigby, James W. 


485 


Block, Ronald E. 




Beige, Ann Marie 


155 


Bigelow, Charles W. 


463 


Blount, Wade B. 


463 




485 


Binder, Michael S. 


485 


Blume, Pamela Ann 




Belken, Edward M. 


462 


Binford, Robert F., Jr. 




Blumel, Nancy E. 


155 


Belken, Richard J. 


391 


Binkley, Patrick E. 


442 




463 


Belknap, Gregg A. 


391 


Binnicker, C. Deryl 


463 


Bly, Laurence Asbury 


486 


Belknap, Joseph J. 


462 


Birch, Charles Roger 


485 


Boatwright, Wm. Edwin 




Bell, David J. 


230 


Bishop, Asa O., Jr. 




Bobo, Jay Craft 


392 


232 


391 


Bishop, Cheryl Carol 




Bobst, John Arnold 




Bell, David M. 


236 


Bishop, David Allen 


485 


Bock, Robert F., Jr. 


228 


279, 280 


391 


Bishop, John Joseph 


180 


253 


392 


Bell, Dwayne Monroe 


462 




442 


Bodie, Jerry Lane 


115 


Bell, George F., Jr. 




Bishop, James Louis 


463 


121,275 


443 


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Bishop, James Russell 


485 


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220 


Bell, Judith K. 


442 


Bishop, Michael G. 


442 




443 


Bell, Randy L. 


50 


Bishop, V. DaleT. 




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184 


391 


Bishop, Diane P. 




Boggs, Frank Martin 


463 


Bell, Robert Lawrence 


176 


Bishop, Robert Edwin 


485 


Boiter, John Paul 




245 


442 


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Boland, John A. Ill 




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Bishop, Sonja Jean 


442 


Boland, John K., Jr. 


392 


Bell, Thomas Marvin 


462 


Bishop, Susan L. 


392 


Bolding, Keri Ann 


463 


Bellamy, Glenn Luther 


442 


Bishop, Thomas Cooper 




Bolen, Charles E. 


230 


Bellamy, Oscar H. Ill 




Bishop, Thomas P. 




286 


392 


Bellavita, Steven D. 


485 


Bishop, William E., Jr. 




Bolen, George F., Jr. 


196 


Bellflower, Richard H. 


278 


Bishop, Wayne H. 


442 




392 




391 


Bisker, Robert Steven 


230 


Bolin, John Wesley 




Bello, Norman E. 






463 


Bollich, Stephen J. 




Belouin, Walter Peter 


462 


Bissey, Diana Kay 


206 


Bolt, Gloria Martin 




Belser, Gretchen H. 






442 


Bolt, Joel Branham 




Belser, Thomas H., Jr. 




Black, Arthur Quinn 


266 


Bolt, Joseph Dennis 


124 


Belue, Lowell E. 


463 




485 


126,288 


443 


Bender, Wolf Dieter 




Black, Christopher A. 


463 


Bond, John A., Jr. 




Bendt, Wm. Larry 


463 


Black, Calvin Dennis 


463 


Bond, John McC. 




Benedict, George W. 




Black, Denny E. 


196 


Bond, Suzanne H. 




Benedict, Karen R. 




301 


,392 


Bonekat, Horace W. 


48 


Benik, Rudolph Paul 


485 


Black, George Walther 


485 


50, 115, 144, 


227, 


Benjamin, Edgar L., Jr. 


242 


Black, James David 


463 


232,275 


392 




463 


Black, James Kenneth 


442 


Bonner, Wm. Pinckney 


275 


Benjamin, Ronnie S. 


237 


Black, Jerry Martin 


485 




443 


Bennett, Judith Ann 




Black, James W. 




Bonnett, John V. 


443 


Bennett, Richard J. 


252 


Black, Larry Allen 


220 


Bonnette, Augustus K. 






442 




463 


Bonnette, John D. 


463 


Bennett, Stuart J. 


485 


Black, Manuel P., Jr. 


463 


Bonnette, Thomas E., Jr. 


164 


Benoit, Paul Gregory 


485 


Black, Richard Ashley 




266, 269 


392 


Benrube, Scott Jack 


485 


Black, Richard P. 


301 


Booth, Hubert J. 




Benz, Gregory P. 


85 




463 


Booth, J. Robert 






391 


Black, William E. Ill 




Boozer, Sampson 


486 


Bergh, John Eric 


485 


Blackburn, John A. 


392 


Boozer, Toney C. 


272 


Bergren, Scott C. 


172 


Blackhurst, Laurence 


486 




463 


314 


442 


Blackmon, Elizabeth A. 




Bopp, Charles Leslie 


225 


Berkland, Randall E. 


146 


Blackmon, Johnny H. 


392 




463 




485 


Blackmon, Larry M. 


442 


Borke, Michael Faison 


145 


Berkovich, Charles A. 


259 


Blackmon, Mary Jane 


486 




463 




391 


Blackmon, Sarah J. 




Borke, Norbert J., Jr. 


392 


Bernabiti, Peter J. 




Blackwell, Edwin Lee 


278 


Boroughs, Ralph Z. 




Bernstein, Joseph M. 


485 




486 


Bost, Charles James 


463 


Berry, C. Lafoy 


442 


Blackwell, James M. 


392 


Bostic, Fred W. 




Berry, Ronald Patrick 


242 


Blackwell, Larry Gene 




Bostic, James E., Jr. 


232 


279 


,463 


Blackwell, Lois T. 




283 


392 


Berube, Gary Paul 


485 


Blackwell, Robert W. 




Bostick, Joseph L., Jr. 


463 


Bessent, Carl T. 


229 


Blackwell, William R. 


226 


Bott, Jeffrey Joseph 






391 


Blackwood, Eber J. 


392 


Bouchillon, Randall E. 


264 


Bessent, Robert A. 


485 


Blackwood, Herbert D. 






443 


Best, Eugene Slade 


485 


Blair, Edsel D. 


229 


Bouknight, Heyward H. 


392 


Best, Stephen H. 




275 


,392 


Bouknight, Robert M. 




Bethea, Lynda H. 


391 


Blair, Robert C, Jr. 


232 


Boulton, Robert Scott 


486 


Bethea, Thomas C, Jr. 


192 




392 


Bounds, James Wm. 


486 


300 


,442 


Blake, Lewis D. Ill 


232 


Boutros, Fouad Y. 


393 


Bethune, Wm. Hunter 


485 




392 


Bowen, Bernard Arthur 




Bethlej, Allyn Fredrik 


485 


Blake, Thomas L. 


392 


Bowen, Elizabeth M. 


443 


Betsill, William L., Jr. 


230 


Blakely, James Roger 


463 


Bowen, David Eugene 


164 


275 


,442 


Blakely, Lawrence W. 






463 


Bettis, John R., Jr. 


286 


Blakely, Martha Carol 


486 


Bowen, Dewey K. 


255 




391 


Blalock, Alec D. 


392 




393 


Bettis, Vance Jackson 


298 


Blanchard, Roy Eddie 


442 


Bowen, Frances H. 


443 




485 


Bland, Frank Stanford 


442 


Bowen, James Richard 


443 


Betts, James Arnold 


301 


Blanks, Robert A., Jr. 


301 


Bowen, Mary Kathryn 


155 




485 




486 


229 


,443 


Beverly, Wilber 


463 


Blanks. William J., Jr. 


242 


Bowers, Albert Dewey 


253 


Bevis, John Henry, III 


485 


255 


,392 




486 


Bibb, Wm. Dale 


485 


Blanton, Gordon M. 


242 


Bowers, Glenn 


443 


Bickett, Glenn A., Jr. 


301 


317 


,486 


Bowers, Guery A. 


393 




391 


Blanton, Rachel Alice 


443 


Bowers, Jane Harriet 


486 


Bicksler, Frederick C. 


292 


Blasco, Ronald L. 


392 


Bowers, Wendell D. 


486 




391 


Blattmachr, Douglas J. 


443 


Bowie, Calvin Newell 




Biechlin, Thomas E. 




Bleckley, Paul Wm. 


486 


Bowie, Gregory M. 




Biediger, George E. 




Blessing, Suzan Grace 


486 


Bowie, Robert Lee 
Bowie, Stephen A. 


393 



Bowman, Jo Anne 
Bowman, Joseph W., Jr. 
Boyce, Charles Barry 
Boyd, Gordon R., Jr. 
Boyd, Herbert E., Jr. 
Boyd, Marion Cain, Jr. 



486 Brittain, Wallace C. 



Boykin, Joseph Wm. 
Boyles, Julian L. 



Bozard, John T. 

2? 
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Brabham, David Ronald 

Bracey, Robert L. 

Bracken, Dewey M. 
Bracken, Gloria Jean 

2! 
Bracken, James W. 
Brackett, Ralph James 

Brackin, Walter G., Jr. 
Bradford, Mary Louise 
Bradley, Jimmy P. 



Bradley, Mark Alan 
Bradley, Thomas Nrman 
Bradley, Wm. Curtis 

Brady, John L., Jr. 

Brand, Harvey Allan 
Brandon, James H., Jr. 

238, 279, 
Brandt, Ronald Karl 
Brandt, William F. 

252, 
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Brannan, John Wm. 

294, 
Brannen, Arnold Alvin 
Brantley, Arthur E., Jr. 
Branton, John J. 
Brasington, Wm. C. 
Bratcher, Harolyn Fay 
Braun, Douglas Wm. 

230, 279, 296, 
Brawley, James S. 
Bray, Randy Lee 
Brazell, James Edward 
Brazier, Robert Gene 
Breazeale, Frank W. 
Bredal, Roy H., Jr. 
Breedlove, Wm. Norris 
Breen, Marilyn Janet 
Breland, Joyce Elaine 
Breneman, James E. 
Brennan, John Arnold 
Brewer, James Arthur 

Brewer, Janis Irene 
Brewer, Vivian Gail 
Brewer, Wm. Ross 
Brewer, William S„ Jr. 
Brewington, John J., Jr. 
Bridge, Raymond James 
Bridges, Michael W. 

273, 284, 
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Bridwell, Frank Kirby 

Bridwell, James M. 

Bridwell, Ronald Lee 
Bridwell, Ronny Long 
Briggs, Joseph R. 
Briggs, Randall A. 
Briggs, Wm. Blount, Jr. 
Bright, Joseph B. 
Bright, Kenneth Larry 
Bright, Stephen D. 
Brimer, Wayne F. 
Brink, Howard Matthew 
Brinkley, James K. 
Bristol, Clifford S. 
Britt, Forrest Boyd 

Brittain, James M. 



486 
486 

279 

443 
463 
131 

,393 
219 
393 
284 
486 
164 
443 
255 
463 
393 
155 

,443 
393 
258 
443 
463 
486 
270 
393 

443 
255 
463 
127 
443 

115 
393 

227 
393 
253 
463 
269 
486 
463 
463 
393 
486 
463 
93 
463 
463 
443 
486 
486 



443 

443 
147 
443 
486 
486 



393 
486 
266 
,443 

254 
393 
279 
486 
486 
463 

463 
486 
463 
463 
393 
443 
486 
393 
486 
294 
463 
192 
,393 



Broadwater, Wm. Thomas 
Brock, John Robert 
Brock, Kathy Gale 
Brock, Pascal S. 

Brock, Thomas O. 
Brockenfelt, Gerald E. 

Brockington, Wayne G. 

Brogdon, Terry Leigh 
Brooks, Andrea A. 
Brooks, Donna Marie 

Brooks, Henry Clay 
Brooks, Jeffrey E. 
Brooks, John Robert 
Brooks, Linda F. 
Brooks, Nigel R. 
Brooks, Robert A., Jr. 
Brooks, Robert Bruce 
Brooks, Ronald P. 
Brookshire, John V. 
Broome, Robert W. 
Broome, GettysS. 

Broome, Wm. Len 
Broussard, Stanley A. 
Brousseau, A. R. Ill 
Brown, Annie Bailes 
Brown, Albert M. 
Brown, Amos T., Jr. 
Brown, Barry Michael 
Brown, Bruce Oliver 
Brown, Clara E. 
Brown, Clyde P. 
Brown, David Ambrose 
Brown, David Eugene 
Brown, Donald Eugene 
Brown, David Matthew 
Brown, Daniel Wade 
Brown, Eddie 



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Furman H. 
Frank T. 
Gregory R. 

Gerard Wm., Jr. 
Henry Charles 
Hugh C. 

Herbert W., Jr. 
James Belvin 

James Irby 
James Wilkins 

James Wilson 
Lewis E. 

Murray Fred, Jr. 
Nancy Ann 
Nadine M. 
Patricia Anne 
Peter Lamar 
Patrick M. 
Patricia T. 
Rodger E. 
Roland L. 
Robert Wm. 
Susan Dianne 
Sharon Ursula 
Thomas Joseph 
Woodbridge C. 
Wm. James 
Wm. Marvin 
Wayne P. 
Melvin Neel 



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Brownlee, Carolyn L. 
Bruce, Donald L. 
Bruce, James A., Jr. 

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Bruorton, James A. 
Brust, Stephen Neal 
Bryan, Jim Preacher 
Bryant, David George 
Bryant, Furman D. 
Bryant, Gordon R. 

Bryant, George S., Jr. 
Bryant, James Earl 
Bryant, James O., Jr. 
Bryant, Larry Thomas 
Bryant, Max V. 

232, 275, 
Bryant, Norman K. 
Bryant, Wm. Lide 
Bryson.Wm. Freeman 
Buchanan, Jessie E. 
Buchanan, Michael E. 
Buchanan, Marvin R. 
Buchanan, Scott W. 
Buck, James A. 

161,200, 222, 

234, 292, 
Buckalew, Alman L. 

Buckhiester, Philip G. 

232, 
Buckner, James L. 

Buckner, Martha Karen 
Buddin Linda Nell 

Buddin, Richard D. 
Buie, Orvis Bartlett 
Bukowsky, Richard J. 
Bull, Elvin Leonidas 

282, 
Bull, James Hamilton 
Bull, Robert Hardin 
Bullard, Allan T. 
Bullard, David B. 

Bullard, Roger Dale 
Buller, Richard Earl 
Bullock, Richard E. 

Bullwinkel, George J. 

Bulsza, Edward C, Jr. 

Bultman, Sam Leopold 
Bulwith, Thomas E. 
Bumgardner, Clitton 

279, 
Bunch, Helen L. 

Bundrick, Richard F. 

Burbage, Collins A. 
Burch, Elmer E., Jr. 
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Burchstead, Palmer R. 
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270 


Burns, Duncan Kenyon 


464 


Cameron, Lewis Carrol 


464 


Carter, Ted E. 


464 


463 


Burns, James Edward 


227 


Cameron, Terry L. 


395 


Carter, Wm. Edward 


487 






487 


Camp, Daniel S. 


487 


Cartwright, Dennis H. 


160 


93 


Burns, John M. 


252 


Campbell, Anne 


443 


184,223,234 


,396 


486 




395 


Campbell, Alvin L., Jr. 


464 


Cartwright, Dean M. 






Burns, Steven Otway 


469 


Campbell, Alan Mck. 


443 


Cartwright, Susan M. 


444 


443 


Burns, Wm. Milton 


279 


Campbell, Barbara A. 


487 


Carver, Dana Andrew 


487 


486 




443 


Campbell, Basel James 


487 


Cary, Bradley Dean 


464 


464 


Burrell, Otto C, Jr. 


317 


Campbell, David L. 


275 


Case, Neal I Wayne 


464 


486 




443 




395 


Casey, Michael L. 


396 


464 


Burrell, Robert C. 


487 


Campbell, Donald Lee 


487 


Casey, Patricia Jane 


200 




Burriss, Thomas M. 


192 


Campbell, Edwin M., Jr. 


464 




464 






443 


Campbell, George R. 


220 


Cash, Brenda Kaye 


464 


242 


Burriss, W. Thomas 


443 




395 


Cash, Dennis Ray 


444 


486 


Burroughs, John B., Jr. 




Campbell, George T. 


464 


Cash, Robert Grady 


487 


486 


Burroughs, Joe O., Jr. 


95 


Campbell, Harold B. 


464 


Cashin, Donald B. 


396 






487 


Campbell, John Louis 


188 


Cashion, Robert C. 


487 




Burrows, Kenneth Chas. 






443 


Cason, Norman McSwain 


464 




Burt, Harriet Clack 




Campbell, James M. 




Cassaday, Verne 


464 


228 


Burton, Eddie Latimer 


487 


Campbell, James P. 


395 


Cassady, Francis N. 


168 


394 


Burton, James H. 


176 


Campbell, James R. 


487 




464 


394 


226 


, 395 


Campbell, Jerry Z. 


395 


Cassels, Ronald Larry 




464 


Burton, Joseph R. 


443 


Campbell, Robert W. 


487 


Castre, Thomas M. 


91 


464 


Busby, Anna J. 


487 


Campbell, William A. 


395 




444 


486 


Busby, Donald Arthur 


487 


Canady, Jerry Alan 


487 


Catanzaro, David P. 




443 


Burts, Carolyn E. 




Canavaggio, Guy P. 


443 


Cathey, James R. 


396 


192 


Busch, Charles F. 


395 


Cann, Charles Donald 


464 


Catoe, James C, Jr. 


48 


486 


Busch, Jo Karen 


225 


Cann, Peggy Joe 




50,54 


,396 


136 




487 


Cann, William Ronald 


443 


Catoe, Lynn Marie 


487 


223 


Busch, Monroe S. 




Cannon, Fay Alexander 




Catoe, Ronnie J. 


396 


394 


Bush, Edna Coker 




Cannon, Frank Witt 


464 


Catto, Michael Louis 


254 


176 


Bush, George John 




Cannon, Glenn Scott 






464 


394 


Butcka, Patricia Anne 


487 


Cannon, Nathaniel P. 


444 


Cauble, Charles E. 


444 


230 


Buterbaugh, Richard E. 


487 


Cannon, Stuart Mcf . 




Caughman, George W., Jr. 


444 


394 


Butler, George Alfred 


245 


Cantrell, Harley F. 




Caughman, Marvin J. 


184 


262 




464 


Cantrell, James G. 


180 


Caulder, Michael S. 




394 


Butler, Johnny M. 






395 


Cauley, Lanier S. 






Butler, Kathie R. 




Cantrell, Wallace N. 


464 


Causey, Shirley Janet 




155 


Butler, Kenneth 


95 


Capps, Michael L. 


444 


Cauthen, John McC. 




443 




443 


Capps, Wm. Thomas, Jr. 


255 


Cauthen, Ronnie Wayne 


444 


487 


Butler, Michael E. 




318 


444 


Cawood, Nixon Eugene 


292 


464 


Butler, Richard J. 


254 


Caraway, Deborah Lee 


487 




464 


487 


Butler, Wm. Rhett 


464 


Card, Daniel F. 


464 


Cecil, David W., II 


188 


188 


Butts, James M., Jr. 




Carder, John E. 


161 


292 


396 


443 


Butts, Ruth M. 


443 


180 


395 


Cecil, Joseph Henry 




443 


Buzhardt, Troy R. 


464 


Cardwell, Walter T.,Jr 




Cely, John E. 


192 


487 


Byars, Larry Wm. 


487 


Carey Harold A., Jr. 


396 


229 


396 




Byers, Harry F., Jr. 


395 


Carey, James C, Jr. 


168 


Cely, Margaret June 


444 


279 


Bynum, Wm. Saunders 


464 




444 


Cely, Marvin S., Jr. 




394 


Byrd, Donna T. 




Carey, Robert D. 


396 


Cely, Thomas W. 




443 


Byrd, James R. 




Carlson, Gerald III 


270 


Chalmers, David N. 


464 


443 


Byrd, Lanny Adolph 


464 




396 


Chambers, Elaine H. 




270 


Byrd, Orren E., Jr. 


184 


Carlson, Paul H. 




Chamblee, Cary Daniel 


487 


464 




395 


Carlton, Becky S. 


209 


Chamlee, David H. 


444 


188 


Byrd, Rachel Ann 


443 


239 


396 


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443 


Byrd, Ronald Eric 




Carlton, Robert C, Jr. 


464 


Chancellor, Wm. Floyd 




242 


Byron, Barry J. 


395 


Carmichael, Marvin G. 


245 


Chan, Francis Siu H. 




487 


Bvrum, William J.. Jr. 


395 


300 
Carpenter, Louis C. 


444 


Chan, Man Chung 
Chandler, Alvin S. 


487 

487 




Cabrera, George J. 


395 


Carpenter, Michael F. 


230 


Chandler, Dennis D. 


464 


145 


Caggiano, James V. 


395 




464 


Chandler, Frank Wm. 


487 


487 


Caggiano, Vincent G. 


487 


Carpenter, Stephen D. 




Chandler, George L. 


396 


204 


Cagle, Johnny L. 


48 


Carpenter, Teryle W. 




Chandler, James Larry 


279 


394 


54 


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Carraway, Wm. Haskell 


487 




444 


246 


Cain, Keith Randy 


294 


Carrington, John C. 


464 


Chandler, Keith D. 


444 


487 




487 


Carrington, Sharon J 




Chandler, Ralph Dale 


487 


464 


Cain, Sammy Ramsey 


50 


Carroll, Joseph A. 


49 


Chando, Stephen 


292 






443 


50, 168,227,252,301 


396 




464 


394 


Caines, Wm. Royce 




Carroll, James M. 


117 


Chao, Chia Chen 




464 


Caldwell, Charles W. 


464 


275 


396 


Chapin, Judson K., Ill 




487 


Caldwell, James David 


230 


Carroll, Mary Leila 




Chapin, Margaret S. 


444 


394 


232, 301 


443 


Carroll, Reba L. 




Chaplin, Robert P., Ill 


242 


487 


Caldwell, James E., Jr. 


224 


Carroll, Virginia E. 


206 


262 


396 


487 


236 


395 


Carson, Charles Ted 


487 


Chapman, John Carroll 


444 


487 


Caldwell, Nancy Jane 


487 


Carson, John Nevins 


464 


Chapman, Jerry O'Dell 


270 




Caldwell, Ronald E. 


487 


Carson, Wm. Stephen 


444 




464 


292 


Caldwell, Victoria G. 




Carsten, Wm. Malcolm 


95 


Chapman, Kenneth W. 


279 


394 


Calhoun, Ellen Hall 


487 




444 




444 


394 


Calhoun, Robert A. 


312 


Cartee, Larry Dean 


444 


Chapman, Rodney A. 


224 


394 




395 


Carter, Bruce Edward 


242 




487 


50 


Calkins, William L. 


279 




487 


Chapman, Rufus B., Jr. 


464 


394 




395 


Carter, Carroll M. 




Chapman, Stanford 


487 




Callaway, John L. 


487 


Carter, Danny McCoy 


464 


Chapman, Sara E. 


396 


487 


Callicott, Samuel L. 


314 


Carter, Joseph P. Ill 


444 


Chapman, Susan S. 




487 




395 


Carter, James Sumter 


262 


Chapman, Toby G. 


286 


262 


Callicutt, Vernon K. 


301 


301 


444 




396 


394 




487 


Carter, Jack Wayne, Jr. 


444 


Chappell, Harvey G. 


301 


48 


Callison, Susan E. 


206 


Carter, Ronald L. 






487 


394 




464 


Carter, Marion E., Ill 


469 


Chappell, John D. 


164 




Calloway, Brenda M. 


126 


Carter, Oscar Lee 


300 


284 


464 


395 


Calvo, Randolph S. 






444 


Chappell, Kenneth L. 


396 


443 


Camas, Wayne H. 


487 


Carter, Ray O. 


396 


Charland, Arthur A. 


270 


318 


Cameron, Bonnie Belle 


487 


Carter, Thomas B., Jr. 


444 




464 


464 















Charles, Nina Griffin 
Charping, William P. 
Chase, Robert Owen 
Chastain, Wm. Henry 
Chasteen, Jane Day 
Chasteen, Scarlet S. 
Chaudhri, Muhammad T 
Cheatham, John Hugh 
Cheatham, Samuel A. 
Cheek, Gary Tucker 
Cheek, Susan Elaine 
Chen, Marco Antonio 



444 
487 
464 
487 

396 



Cherry, Donald S. 
Chervenak, William J. 
Cheslak, Warren M. 
Cheves, Cecil L., Jr. 
Check, James P., Jr. 
Chien, Hsin Ih 
Chien, Moa Tseng Wm. 
Chilcote, Bruce C. 
Childers, Stanley H. 
Childers, Samuel H. 
Childers, Wilson C. 
Childress, James G. 

Childress, Wm. Edwin 
Childs, Harry E. 
Childson, Walter, Jr. 
Chirieleison, Jon A. 
Chisman, Lois L. 

Chiu, Wah Shan 
Choate, Michael B. 
Chovan, James Peter 

Chovan, Mimi A. 

Chovan, Philip A. 
Christopher, Toliver 

1 
Chryst, Stephen L. 

2. 
Chu, Kin Cheung 
Church, Michael Verne 
Church, Robert N. 
Cipperly, Christopher 
Cisa, Wm. Francis 
Clark, Benjamin D., Jr. 
Clark, BenT., Ill 

Clark, Charles M. 
Clark, Frances S. 
Clark, James Neville 
Clark, James S. 
Clark, Larry Ulmer 
Clark, Michael V. 
Clarke, Alfred R. 
Clarke, David R. 

Clarke, Dana R. 

Clarke, Leland T., Jr. 

Clarke, Thomas R., Ill 
Clarkson, Garden S. 
Clarkson, Philip H. 
Clarkson, Robert B. 

Clary, Gary Elmore 

Classey, Marianne E. 
Classey, Richard F. 

Clayton, Edward R. 
Clayton, Mary M. 
Clayton, Robert M., Jr. 
Clayton, Thomas J. 
Cleland, Wm. Paul, Jr. 

Clem, Robert B. 
Clements, Douglas F. 
demons, Jerry M. 
demons, Barry A. 
Cleveland, Judy 
Cleveland, Steven C. 
Clevenger, Terry Gene 
Click, Clifford N. 
Cline, David M. 
Cline, Ellen Brown 
Cline, John L. 
Cline, Wm. Everette, Jr. 



487 
487 
464 
127 
297, 487 



252 
397 
397 
397 
464 
488 
228 
444 
488 

155 

238, 444 

133 

488 

397 

161 

176,397 

176 

245, 397 

488 



464 
464 
488 
397 
397 
387 
397 
164 
488 
255 
444 



289 
397 
115 
444 

254 

397 



284 
464 



292 
444 




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NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



Clinkscales, Fulton V. 
Clinkscales, Jeri H. 
Clippard, Marshall 
Cloninger, James Mack 

Cloninger, Robert A. 
Clowers, Earl Roger 
Clyburn, Wm. Michael 
Clyne, Terrence John 
Coakley, John M. 

Coats, Ralph Wayne 
Cobb, Daniel Earl 

Cobb, DaleT., Jr. 

Cobb, Jimmy M. 
Cobb, Styles F. 

2 
Coble, Marvin M. 
Cochcroft, Arthur F. 
Cochet, Anthony A. 

276,314,3 
Cochran, Dwight B. 
Cochran, Jo Ann D 
Cochran, Robert M. 
Cockcroft, Johnnie E. 

2' 
Cockfield, Audrey A. 
Cocke, Joseph B. 
Cockfield, Gary W. 
Cockfield, Joe B. 



50 

292 



Coffey, William T. 

Cogan, Henry L. 

Coggins, Donald McK. 
Coke, James Dan 
Coker, John Wayne 

Coker, Ronald Wayne 
Coker, Sam Reaves 

Coker, Thomas A. 
Coker, Talbert K. 

Colby, David Anthony 
Colcolough, Jas. J., Jr. 
Cole, Bruce Cecil 



Cole, Charles Jayroe 
Cole, Kenneth Laverne 
Cole, Keith Lamar 
Cole, Stanley Parks 
Coleman, Blanche E. 
Coleman, Charles Wm. 
Coleman, David Luther 
Coleman, Foster DesP. 

268 
Coleman, George E. 
Coleman, James Carl 

Coleman, James Keith 
Coleman, James L., Jr. 
Coleman, Kim Bowne 
Coleman, Ludie M., Ill 
Coleman, Marshall J. 

Coleman, Richard A. 
Coleman, Robert C. 

Coleman, Wm. Howard 

Coleman, Wm. Ronald 
Coleman, Wm. Webster 
Colemon, William H. 
Coley, James Lane 
Colley.Sanford Carl 

Collier, James G., Ill 
Collins, Aaron S. 
Collins, Donald E. 

Collins, Donald F. 
Collins, Edward J., Jr. 

Collins, Jennings B. 

Collins, John Eliot 

Collins, Kathryn Joy 
Collins, James R. 



465 
488 
230 
444 
465 
465 
465 
444 
168 
465 
488 
284 
465 
196 
397 

155 
,397 
488 

115 
,444 



397 
255 
,397 



48 
397 
200 
444 
286 
444 
465 
488 
301 
444 
444 
168 
465 
397 
225 
488 



Collins, Michael F. 
Collins, Phil S. 444 

Collins, Randall Dean 95 

127,444 
Collins, Tom D. L. 242 



320 
488 
444 
488 
465 
465 
488 
488 
444 
225 
488 
444 
279 
488 
465 
444 
488 
397 
192 
397 
488 
292 
465 
219 
465 
465 
488 

444 
272 
465 
397 

224 
444 
397 

50 
444 

93 
397 
286 
488 
488 
488 



Collins, Thomas H. 

Collins, Thomas Roge 

Collinson, Donald L. 

Collum, Charles Alan 
Coin, Patricia E. 
Colt, Burt H., Jr 
Coltman, Richard L. 
Comer, Cecil Wayne 
Comer, Eugenie G. 
Compton, Ben Giles 



Compton, Belton O'Neal 
Compton, Gary Lee 
Compton, Leslie K. 

Compton, Richard A. 

Compton, Robert B 
Condon, Thomas J. 
Condrey, Marshall W. 
Cone, Carole Rebecca 
Cone, Clyde R. 



Cone, Gerald W. 
Conklin, Richard A. 
Conklin, Thomas R. 

Conley, Susan K. 
Connelly, Roland L. 



279 

444 

50 

54,85 

196 

250, 488 

444 

465 



397 
465 

176 
444 
488 

292 

398 
232 
398 

465 
398 
444 
219 
398 
398 



255 
465 
465 
246 
283, 398 
444 



Conner, Thomas Carl 
Connor, Harriet Anne 488 

Conrad, Douglas M. 188 

276, 444 
Conroy, James V., Jr. 
Conway, Gary Thomas 
Cook, Billy Reid 
Cook, Daniel B. 
Cook, Helen L. 
Cook, James C, III 
Cook, James Terril 
Cook, James Warren, Jr 
Cook, John Wirt, Jr. 
Cook, Larry Thomas 
Cook, Thomas F. 
Cooke, Robert G. 
Cook, Marion Richard 
Cooke, Ronald G. 
Cool, Sharon Lee 
Cooler, Karl S. 
Cooley, John Gary 
Coons, John S. 
Cooper, Charles D. 

50, 112, 1992,232 
234, 236 255, 398 



488 
488 
488 



444 

444 
488 
398 
465 
398 



488 

488 

398 

49 



Cooper, Francis D. 
Cooper, Jerry Lynn 
Cooper, Martin M., Jr. 
Cooper, Noah Bryant 



465 
465 



192 
465 
465 
488 
444 



Cooper, Ronald E. 

Cooper, Willard Wayne 

Cooper, Wm. Womble, Jr 

Cope, Ephriam G. 

Cope, James F. 

Copelan, Roy Wm. 245 

488 
Copeland, Barbara C. 266 

488 
Copeland, Carl D. 
Copeland, Catherine J. 488 

Copeland, George W. 
Copeland, Heath C. 



Copeland, Samuel F. 

262, 
Copeland, Wm. Edward 

Copeland, Wm. Leisel 

Copp, Dana Shelton 

242, 
Corbett, Herbert T., Jr. 



294 
465 
115 
398 
93 
465 
296 
444 
117 
488 
244 
398 



Corbett, Joseph S. 


254 




488 


Corley, Robert E. 




Corley, Sandra 


488 


Corley, Thomas Allen 


488 


Corman, Murray Joel 


445 


Corn, Judy Marie 


47 


204 


465 


Corn, Jack P. 




Cornish, Charles M. 


192 




398 


Cornwell, Edward J. 




Cornwell, George R. 


254 




398 


Cornwell, John B., Ill 


196 


Cornwell, John C. 


301 




445 


Cornwell, Michael H. 


112 




488 


Cornwell, Marion S. 


445 


Cornwell, Timothy L. 


488 


Corpening, Bennett H. 


230 


255 


445 


Corpening, Joseph B. 


225 




488 


Cosbey, Daniel Joseph 




Cosgrove, Michael T. 


488 


Coss, Harold Thomas 




Cossaboom, Robert M. 


488 


Cothran, Benjamin A. 


118 


184 


398 


Cothran, Rosemarie A. 




Cothran, Susan 


204 




465 


Cotton, John W. 


398 


Cottrell, Edward Jay 


262 




465 


Couch, Shirley A. 


228 


232 


398 


Couchell, Jonathan J. 


289 




398 


Couick, Vivian H. 


488 


Counts, Robert Jordan 




Coursey, Deborah H. 


488 


Courtney, Charles H. 


49 


93, 232, 296 


398 


Courtney, Larry B. 


292 




465 


Covington, George M. 


298 




398 



Cowan, Faye P. 
Cowherd, Frank G., Ill 
Cox, Alton L. 
Cox, Augustus W. 
Cox, Clarence Grant 
Cox, Catherine Lee 
Cox, Geddes Marvin 
Cox, Henry Clay, Jr. 

Cox, James Carroll 
Cox, John David 
Cox, James F., Ill 
Cox, Jerry L. 
Cox, John Samuel 
Cox, Joseph Smith 
Cox, James Wayne 
Cox, Jerry Wayne 

Cox, Patsy Ann 
Cox, Robert Allen 

Cox, Willard Branit 
Coxey, John T. 
Coyle, John Redmond 
Coyle, Thomas J. 
Crabtree, Christopher 
Craft, Pamela Jean 
Craft, William J. 
Craig, Arthur T. 
Craig, Everett G. 

Craig, James I elford 
Craig, Mary Elizabeth 

Craig, Robert M., Jr. 

Craig, Steven Kenton 
Craig, Verd Anna 
Craigo, Keenan Gary 
Craigo, Steade R. 
Crain, Robert M. 
Crain, Shirley E. 
Crain, William T. 



488 
488 
445 
180 
445 
488 
465 
398 
398 
488 
488 
465 
279 
465 
465 
121 
465 
465 
398 
445 
398 



180 
399 

206 

465 
50 
399 
489 
489 
465 

399 
489 
399 



Crammer, John R. 

Crandall, James L. 
Crandell, Wm. Dean 
Cranford, Roger Dell 

Craven, Charles M. 

Craven, Katheryn E. 
Craven, Malcolm Lane 

164, 
Crawford, Charles H. 

168,276, 301, 
Crawford, Claudius H. 

461, 
Crawford, James M. 
Crawford, John R. 

294, 
Crawford, Peter A. 
Crawford, Ray A., Jr. 
Creech, George R. 

312,314, 
Creech, James E. 
Creed, Don Wendell 
Creel, John Walden 

Creel, Wm. Richard 
Crenshaw, Dan C. 
Crenshaw, David L. 
Crews, Ryland D. 
Cribb, Don Michael 
Crisp, Melvin E., Jr. 
Crisp, NeilS. 
Crisp, Robert M. 
Crocker, Clarence W. 
Crocker, Dorothy L. 
Crocker, James D. 
Crocker, Wm. Henry 
Croen, Erik F. 
Crolley, Marion Lee 
Cromer, Barbara Lynn 

206, 
Cromer, Durward C, Jr. 

Cromer, James P., Jr. 399 
Cromer, Michael J. 
Crooks, Gary F. 
Crooks, Ronald S. 
Cropp, Wilson W. 
Crosby, Samuel E. 
Crosby, Walton A. 
Crosby, Wendell A. 

Crosby, William L. 
Crosland, Joseph E., Jr. 
Crouch, Richard H. 
Crouch, Will Newton 
Crow, Claude A., Ill 
Crow, Wade C. 

Crowe, George R. 
Crowe, Michael Glenn 

Crowell, John M. 
Crowley, Harris L. 
Crowley, Thomas Coty 

226, 
Crumpler, William A. 
Crumpton, Donald W. 
Cueman, Glenn F. 
Culbertson, Alice L. 
Culbertson, Charles M. 

Culbertson, James D. 
Culbertson, James E. 
Culbertson, Suzanne B. 
Culler, Alan Douglas 
Culler, Francis B. 

Culler, Gerald L. 
Culler, Joe Hodges 
Culler, William W. 

Cullom, Joseph W. 

276, 
Cullum, William O., Jr. 
Culp, John S. 

270, 
Culp, Joseph W. 
Culp, James Waymond 
Culp, Woodrow Wm. 
Culvern, Fred E., Ill 
Cummings, William V. 



232 


Cundiff, Kenneth R. 


320 


399 




489 




Cunningham, John Alan 


294 


489 




445 


301 


Cunningham, James R. 




465 


Cunningham, Michael J. 


489 


172 


Cunningham, Richard C. 


465 


399 


Cunningham, Stephen M. 


489 




Cunningham, Wm. R. 


445 


139 


Curl, Dennis L. 




445 


Curlee, Mary Jan 


489 


111 


Curlee, Thomas O., Ill 




445 


Currence, Arthur J. 


445 


178 


Currie, John Michael 


465 


465 


Curry, Ernest D., Jr. 


180 


489 




465 


240 


Curtis, John Duffield 


445 


399 


Curtiss, Allan P., Jr. 






Cutrell, John Charles 


318 


445 


Cutting, Robert Eborn 


489 


219 


Cuttino, Benj. H., Jr. 




399 


Cuzzell, Charles L. 




465 








Dabney, Dennis Leroy 


489 


121 


Dabolt, Kirk 


489 


465 


Dales, Richard L. 


400 


465 


Daley, Timothy C. 


445 


399 


Dalsis, David Everett 




399 


Dalley, Henry A. 


489 




Dalton, Claude Robert 


489 


465 


Dandridge, Hubert J. 


465 


445 


Dangerfield, Coleman 


294 


465 




465 


399 


Dangefield, Henry S. 


489 


399 


Daniel, Jack F. 




489 


Danieli, Mario R. 






Daniel, Wm. Shipp, Jr. 


284 


445 




489 




Danko, Cynthia Carrow 


445 




Danko, Dennis G. 


400 


153 


Dannals, Nancy Ruth 


209 


465 


441 


,445 


256 


Dansby, David F. 


465 


465 


Dantzler, Brian S. 


225 




276,312 


,400 


465 


Dantzler, Lynn Zaco 


268 

466 


489 


Darby, Francis Tanner 


489 


50 


Darby, James A. 


400 


445 


Darden, Donald E. 


400 


399 


Darden, Graham W. 


466 


176 


Dase, Lewis C. 


400 


489 


Dasher, Linda Lee 


204 


399 




445 


399 


Datema, Charles P. 




399 


Dautherty, George M. 


466 


489 


Davenport, Harold L 


230 




279 


,445 


180 


Daves, Glen G. 


168 


399 


219 


,400 


399 


Davey, John R. 


114 


262 


125 


,400 


445 


David, Catherine A. 


489 




Davidson, Albert Ross 


95 


489 




489 


146 


Davidson, James H., Jr. 


445 


489 


Davidson, Leroy S. 


301 


399 




466 


489 


Davies, Raymond W. 




465 


Davis, Brenda Joyce 




465 


Davis, Collings S.. Jr. 


489 


256 


Davis, Danny R. 


286 


465 




400 


489 


Davis, Glenn Elliott 


466 


489 


Davis, Guy William 


466 


209 


Davis, Harold E., Jr. 


230 


489 


232 


,400 


184 


Davis, Harold Richard 


445 


465 


Davis, Herbert S. 


260 


399 




489 


445 


Davis, Joseph E., Jr. 


176 


256 




466 


445 


Davis, James Michael 


253 


164 




400 


399 


Davis, Jas. McCardell 


279 
466 


219 


Davis, Joe Myers 


445 


399 


Davis, Jimmy Ray 


222 
223 


465 


Davis, Julian W. 


400 


489 


Davis, Keith Ansel 


445 


399 


Davis, Linda Diane 


489 



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Davis, Pamela M. 445 

Davis, Pembroke W. 466 

Davis, Richard C, Jr. 318 

445 

Davis, Richard C. 489 

Davis, Rodney L. 262 

489 

Davis, Randal Milton 

Davis, Steven Emerson 445 

Davis, Thomas H. 489 

Davis, Thomas Wm., Jr. 121 

466 

Davis, Valeria Anne 

Davis, William D. 400 

Davis, Willie E. 289 

489 

Davison, Charles B. 

Dawes, Awtry S. 50 

168,445 

Dawkins, Benjamin L. 466 

Dawkins, Travis S. 85 

400 

Dawsey, Edward C. 466 

Dawsey, Joseph C. 400 

Day, Alan S. 

Deal, Donald Allen 489 

Dean, David L. 400 

Dean, Donald Leon 489 

Dean, Janey E. 
Dean, William D. 
Dean, William E., Jr. 228 

400 
Deanhardt, Marshall L. 229 
253, 445 
Deas, James Daniel 489 

Dease, Grant Alison 489 

Debruhl, James Wylie 
Dechman, Gordon H. 229 

445 
Deck, John Steven 489 

Deck, William H., Jr. 
Deer, Wm. Wayne 276 

445 
Defoor, Rebecca H. 466 

Defrancisco, Robert A. 
Degear, Harry J. 400 

Degen, Jerome B. 276 

400 
Degen, Philip Gregory 466 

Degen, Teresa Anne 489 

Dehoff, Judith M. 
Deines, Dorothy Ann 489 

Delaine, Wm. Eugene 489 

Delaney, L. J., Jr. 250 

400 
Delaski, Arthur B. 400 

Delauder, Roy Allen 489 

Delaughter, Jerry G. 466 

Dellinger, Richard P. 
Deloach, Francis B. 489 

Deloach, Perry B. 466 

Deloache, James E. 155 

466 
Deluca, Frank Richard 180 

466 
Delvecchio, John V. 
Delvecchio, Warren J. 489 

Demarest, Alan Robert 466 
Demcsak, Wayne J. 400 

Demelker, Charles J. 466 

Demori, Adriano 95 

445 
Demosthenes, John M. 
Dempsey, Carl Reid 
dempsey, David G. 
Dempsey, Jones R., Jr. 176 
466 
Dempsey, Tony Ray 466 

Demsey, David A. 
Dennis, Robert T. 400 

Dennis, Theodore S. 489 

Denny, Robert Alan 489 

Denton, Henry G., Jr. 220 

401 
Denton, John Gregory 168 

466 
Denton, Phil Allen 489 

DePass, Wm. Brunson, Jr. 112 
222, 223, 226, 235, 401 
DePew, Wm. Francis 445 

De Puy, Richard J. 



Derrick, Curtis M. 445 

Derrick, Danny O. 401 

Derrick, Tillman W., Jr. 228 
233, 401 
DesChamps, William G. 
Detwiler, Kenneth W. 466 

Devaux, Robert E. 85 

445 
Deveaux, John P. 466 

Devers, Charles Wm. 489 

Devore, Ralph A., Jr. 489 

DeWitt, Charles H. 292 

445 
DeWitt, Marion R., Jr. 192 

256, 401 
DeWork, Frank M., Jr. 
DeYoung, William Eric 445 
Dial, Joseph L. 489 

Diamond, Gary Colin 489 

Dick, James D. 

Dickard, Allen Robert 489 

Dickenson, Lawrence W. 466 
Dickerson, Edward W. 401 

Dickson, Avery Smith 489 

Dickson, Charles L. 445 

Dickson, David G., Sr. 
Dickson, George T. 489 

Dieglio, Barbara M. 284 

489 
Diiorio, Nicholas J. 242 

490 
Dill, Kitty Sue 401 

Dill, Richard J. 

Dill, William R., Jr. 401 

Dillard, Jesse F. 286 

401 
Dillard, Janice Ruth 490 

Dillard, William C. 
Dilling, William A. 
Dinkins, Langdon H. 292 

401 
Dinwiddie, Martha R. 225 

228,401 
Dion, Mary Lawrence 490 

Dixon, Bruce M. 401 

Dixon, John Kyle 490 

Dixon, JulianS. Ill 490 

Dixon, Nancy Weill 
Dixon, Robert M. 
Dixon, Thera Jean 
Dixon, Walter E., Jr. 490 

Djuren, Ronald Wm. 466 

Doane, Richard L. 401 

Dobbins, Judson D. 445 

Dobbins, Martha Ann 401 

Dobbins, Mary Jane 445 

Dobbins, Richard G. 219 

233, 282, 401 
Dobbins, Stanley R. 276 

282,445 
Dobbins, Thomas E. 219 

268, 445 
Dobbins, William L, Jr. 228 
233,401 
Dobson, Heath P. 268 

445 
Dobson, Robert L. 
Dobson, Wess MacLand 466 
Dockery, Allen Ernest 445 

Dodd, Michael H. 270 

490 
Dodds, Cathy L. 115 

116,209,466 
Dodgens, Susan Gail 490 

Dodson, Richard G. 
Donald, Wm. James 490 

Donaldson, Emily D. 121 

206, 466 
Donaldson, Edward R. 490 
Donaldson, Wm. Francis 466 
Donnally, Allen W. 466 

Donnelly, Robert M. 
Donohoe, Charles R. 
Dorey, Richard John 445 

Dorn, James Walton 466 

Dorsey, Augusta N. 
Dorsey, James H., Jr. 
Doss, James A. 

Doss, Thomas Glenn 256 

466 
Dossey, Sandra Ann 
Dotson, Dianne Cecile 490 

Dotson, Robert Carl 47 

292, 445 



Douglas, James Flinn 47 

172,445 
Douglass, Floyd S., Jr. 250 
445 
Douglass, Graham T., Jr. 490 
Douglass, Heyward B. 219 

224, 401 
Douglass, James S. 139 

Dover, David R. 445 

Dover, Harold Gene 490 

Dowd, Mi lard Wilson 466 

Dowdy, Paul W. 188 

401 
Dowling, Thomas P. 270 

401 
Doyle, Brian Edward 
Dozier, Wm. Keith 466 

Drake, James Edward 490 

Drakeford, Cecil M., Jr. 184 
223, 234, 401 
Dreher, Thomas D. 230 

445 
Drennan, Juddy H. 172 

230, 401 
Drennan, Robert F., Jr. 445 
Drennan, Wm. Thomas 242 
490 
Driggers, Arthur H. 466 

Driggers, Jackie Rae 490 

Driscoll, James P. 
Droege, Albert D. 192 

466 
Drucker, Neal S. 490 

Dubay, Stephen N. 401 

DuBois, Wm. Charles 490 

DuBose, Edward M., Jr. 228 
230, 232, 401 
DuBose, Harry M. 176 

219,244,294,401 
DuBose, Philip B. 155 

490 
DuBose, Rembert C. 402 

DuBose, Tristan A. 219 

402 
Ducey, Frederick E. 490 

Ducker, Barbara K. 466 

Duckett, John Charles 490 

Ducworth, George M. 466 

Ducworth, Lyman A. 230 

466 
Ducworth, Ronnie E. 48 

54, 254, 276, 402 
Duffie, Michael L. 490 

Duffy, Edward A. 
Dugger, Charles M. 490 

Dukes, Danny Lee III 490 

Dukes, Glenn W. 
Dukes, James D. 184 

466 
Dukes, John T., Jr. 
Dulin, Robert M., Jr. 196 

262, 402 
Dulin, Wilbur N., Jr. 445 

Dulla, Robert Garner 490 

Dunaway, Albert D. 402 

Dunbar, John Patrick 
Duncan, Charles B., Jr. 242 
490 
Duncan, Daniel E. 230 

314,402 
Duncan, David K. 137 

228, 232, 402 
Duncan, James R., Jr. 446 

Duncan, Larry Wayne 490 

Duncan, Margie Ann 490 

Duncan, Marion Jack 490 

Duncan, Robert E. 
Duncan, Sloan E., Jr. 490 

Duncan, Tommy Addison 466 
Duncan, Wm. Edward 490 

Dunford, Wilson C, Jr. 
Dunham, Kenneth R. 
Dunham, Roy C. 402 

Dunlap, Frederick A. 
Dunlap, George Rion 490 

Dunlap, Michael L. 117 

220, 466 
Dunn, Cathy Virginia 466 

Dunn, David Michael 490 

Dunn, Kevin Joseph 466 

Dunn, Wm. Acker 466 

DuPre, Charles Henry 224 

230, 256, 466 



Durant, Robert Ray 
Durant, Robert R. 

Durant, Wm. Eugene, Jr. 
Durban, Frampton W., Jr. 
Durfos, Daniel A. 

Durham, Bessie Louise 
Durham, Donald D. 

292 
Durham, Floyd Donald 
Durham, Lawrence B. 

Durham, Patricia Annie 
Dutro, James D. 
Dutt, David G. 
Dutton, Tommy Lonnie 
Duvall, Ernest M. 

Duvall, Lance A. 
Dworschak, Manfred 
Dyar, Horace C. 
Dye, Daniel Harris 
Dye, James A. 

Dyer, Jon Charles 
Dyer, Lewis Carleton 

Dyer, Samuel P. 

Dykes, G. David 
Dykes, Tommy Collis 
Dykstra, Kenneth Dale 

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Dyson, Henry IV 



Eaddy, Danny Capers 
Eaddy, Ned M., Jr. 
Eaddy, Ronnie Dan 
Eaddy, Winston M. 

Eakes, James S. 
Eargle, Jesse Claude 
Earle, Barry Anthony 
Earle, Edward B., Jr. 

Earwood, Byran D. 
Easier, Conley L., Jr. 
Easier, Terry M. 

Easley, Randy Eric 
Eason, Douglas Bruce 
Eastman, Robert T. 
Eaton, Thomas N. 
Eby, Glenn Maurice 
Eck, Ronald Warren 
Eckard, Paul C, Jr. 

Eckley, Louis D. 

276, 
Eddy, Robert Michael 
Edens, Henry Curtis 

Edens, Stanley B. 
Edens, Wm. Thomas 
Edgar, Donnie James 
Edgar, Howard B. 
Edge, Sandy 
Edgemon, Dudley C. 
Edgin, Gordon R. 

176,222,223, 
314, 316 
Edler, Frank William 
Edmonds, John King 
Edmonds, Kent Allison 
Edmonds, Robert F., Jr. 
Edney, Robert M. 
Edwards, Allen G. 
Edwards, Eva S. 
Edwards, Gregory P. 
Edwards, John D. 
Edwards, James H. Ill 
Edwards, James Kelly 
Edwards, Laura Gaye 
Edwards, Michael C. 
Edwards, Mary Lang O. 
Edwards, Marvin Snead 
Edwards, Marshall W. 

Edwards, Sarah Arlene 
Edwards, Steve Allen 
Edwards, Steve Radley 



402 
196 
490 
490 
490 
266 
402 
446 
244 
402 
446 
251 
446 
490 
490 
402 
466 
172 
466 

466 

446 

286 
402 

320 
490 
93 
402 
446 
446 
229 
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242 
490 

490 
466 

268 
446 
402 
490 
446 
294 
466 
446 
402 
236 
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466 

490 
490 
466 
49 
402 
262 
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490 
155 
466 
402 
490 



490 

114 
234, 
402 
446 
446 
446 

402 
446 
402 
490 

466 
466 



466 
446 
466 

490 
245 
446 



Edwards, Thomas B. 467 

Edwards, Wm. Bland 196 

490 

Edwards, Wilma Jean 467 

Edwards, Wm. Norris 467 

Egger, Beverly 467 

Eggers, Katherine C. 

Ehnat, George Donald 467 

Eichelberger, Murrell 490 

Eidson, Wesley D. 446 

Eisenbrey, Ian Frazer 446 

Elder, Lloyd Linwood 467 

Eldridge, Roy C, Jr. 119 

188,234,441,446 

Elkin, Linda K. 127 

467 

Ellefson, Craig D. 242 

467 

Ellefson, Lawrence B. 402 

Ellenberg, John F., Jr. 160 

168,223,234,403 

Ellenburg, James R. 490 

Ellenburg, Marika Ann 446 

Ellers, John C. 

Ellers, Kathryn L. 

Elliott, Debbie E. 490 

Elliott, Heyward D. 278 

403 

Elliott, John E. 278 

446 

Elliott, Roger Neale 230 

467 

Ellis, Carole 446 

Ellis, Irving L., Jr. 

Ellis, James J., Jr. 467 

Ellis, Philip Anthony 467 

Ellis, Robert E„ Jr. 403 

Ellis, Ronald L. 292 

403 

Ellis, Thomas Garner 490 

Ellis, Wm. Henry N., Jr. 135 

467 

Ellison, Curtis H. 467 

Ellison, Daniel R. 284 

467 

Ellison, Louie W., Jr. 

Ellison, Frederick S. 172 

467 

Elmore, Larry Earl 467 

Elrod, Claudene D. 

Elrod, James F. 446 

Elrod, Robert H. 

Elrod, William H. 467 

Elsey, John I. 

Elvington, Boyd B. 300 

446 
Ely, Pamela Jean 
Emanuel, Emil H. 490 

Embler, Johnny M. 403 

Embry, Mary Roxanna 490 
Emerson, Shelley 209 

446 
Eng, Warren James 490 

English, Linda Ann 446 

English, Thomas H., Jr. 
Engstrom, Gary W. 168 

403 
Enslen, John E. 168 

403 
Entrekin, Lamar H. 403 

Enzor, Gregory S. 467 

Eppes, Richard Earl 467 

Epps, David E., Jr. 
Epps, James W. 

Epps, Robert Earl 446 

Epps, Robert F. Ill 

Epps, Steven, Jr. 301 

490 

Epting, Voigt M. 

Epstein, Milton M., Jr. 490 

Epton, Steven Thomas 491 

Erlenkotter, Sue 491 

Ervin, JanieS. 491 

Eskew, Elliott Benton 446 

Eskew, Jerry Dale 50 

192,446 

Estes, Boyce Tyndall 

Estridge, Edwin W., Jr. 491 

Etheredge, William M. 312 

403 

Ethredge, Charles D. 161 

31 2, 403 

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491 


Evans 


Carlisle E. 


491 


Evans, 


Dan W., Jr. 


467 


Evans 


Evin Joan 


284 
491 


Evans 


James E., Jr. 


318 
467 


Evans 


Joseph E. 


245 
403 


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Evans 


Michael Eugene 


246 
467 


Evans 


Michael Eugene 


446 


Evans 


Noel David 




Evans, 


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Evans 


Richard B. 




Evans 


Russell Eugene 


491 


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Robert M. 


491 


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Rick Rollins 


491 


Evans 


Wm. Douglas 


242 



Evans, Wm. Edmund 

1. 
Evans, William F., Jr. 
Evans, Wallace R., Ill 
Evatt, Cynthia Faye 
Evatt, Jenny Louise 
Evatt, James W. 
Everett, Peter Wilson 
Everette, Johnny S. 
Ewan, Kenneth Marvin 
Ewell, Robert N. 
Ewert, Donald L. 
Exley, Slade Forrest 
Eyler, Richard Wm. 
Ezell, William B., Jr. 

Fabian, George T. 

233,312, 314,316, 
Fadeley, Charles F., Jr. 
Faer, Michael James 

276, 
Fagan, Bernard C. 
Fagg, David Michael 

Faircloth, Frederick 
Faircloth, Philip D. 

Fairey, Eleanor Dion 

Fairey, John K., Jr. 
Fairey, Lyle W., Jr. 

Fairey, Nancy Kenyon 

206, 300, 
Fairey, Philip W. 
Fairey, Robert James 
Fakkema, Richard B. 
Fallis, Joseph C. 
Falls, Duane L. 

292, 
Fambrough, Joseph T. 

Fancher, Fred H., Jr. 
Fant, William Boyd 
Farmer, Calvin L. 

Farnham, David Roy 
Fasinski, Robert F. 
Faucette, James E. 

Faulkenberry, James L. 
Faulkner, James R. 

Faulkner, Wm. Columbus 
Faust, Winston E. 
Fay, Margaret Anne 
Feaster, Taylor Dean 
Featherston, Nora H. 
Fedder, Michael S. 



446 
116 

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491 
467 



467 
446 



491 
467 



228 

403 

446 

50 

446 

242 
491 
491 
301 
491 
119 
204 
467 
279 
403 
155 
467 

467 



238 
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196 
403 
491 

286 
403 
491 

146 
491 
446 
172 

446 
491 



276 



Fedele, Raymond S. 



Feige, Hans C. 
Feinberg, Marc Morris 

121,200 
Fellers, Gary Pierce 
Felton, Glenn Patrick 
Fender, James Edgar 
Fennell.G. Keith 
Fennell, Herbert P. 
Fennell, Ralph C, Jr. 
Ferguson, Christine J. 



200 
467 
278 
403 
403 
120 
467 
491 
446 
491 
491 
403 
403 
403 



Ferguson, Charles P. 
Ferguson, Daniel M. 
Ferguson, Irby W., Jr. 
Ferguson, James A., Jr. 
Ferguson, Ralph Bruce 
Ferguson, Scott David 
Ferguson, Thomas W. 
Ferguson, Wm. Franklin 
Fernandez, John 
Fernandez, Paul D. 
Ferrell, Thomas L. 
Ferry, Paul A. 

134, 
Fessler, Richard G. 

233, 236, 256, 
Fewell, Alexander F. 
Fewell, Joseph E., Jr. 
Fewell, Thomas Edward 

Ficken, Lewis Mobley 
Fickling, Joseph D. 

236, 258, 
Field, Deborah Ann 
Field, Ebb H. 
Fields, James Payton 
Figueroa, Ronald E. 
Fillyaw, Richard B. 

Fincher, Mary Lynn 
Findley, Harry W., Jr. 
Finkelstein, George E. 
Finley, Margaret J. 
Finley, Sandrea P. 
Finley, Wm. Gary 
Finn, Timothy P. 
Fins, Vikary E. 
Fischetti, David C. 
Fisher, Fred Ronald 

Fisher, James Michael 
Fishman, Victor Alan 
Fitchett, Robert W. 
Fithian, Gary Dennis 
Fitts, Thomas M. 

2£ 
Flannery, Robert E. 
Fleek, Arnold R. 

Fleetwood, Carlton G. 

Fleetwood, Phillip H. 
Fleming, David Byrne 
Fleming, Jay Milton 

Fleming, Meredith Ann 
Fleming, Mack J. 
Fleming, Tommy Joe 
Fleming, Wm. Herbert 
Fletcher, Anne Cuba 
Fletcher, Barry Lewis 
Fletcher, Donald H. 

Fletcher, George R., Jr. 
Fletcher, Nicholas 
Flitter, Carole R. 
Florian, Anne Melissa 
Flow, Claude L. Ill 
Flowers, Lee M., Jr. 
Floyd, Dean Allen 
Floyd, George Gaston 
Floyd, Jonathan B. 
Floyd, James C. 
Floyd, James E. 

2( 
Floyd, John R., Jr. 
Floyd, John Wilson 



446 
403 

491 
403 
467 



131 
446 
230 
403 
446 
467 
242 
491 
467 
233 
404 
491 
404 
446 
404 
292 
467 
491 
467 
404 

491 
467 

404 
404 
226 
467 
491 

446 

491 

184 

,404 

225 
491 
172 

404 

446 
320 
491 



491 Floyd, Lloyd B., Jr. 



Floyd, Larry Dwight 

Floyd, Marion Ralph 

Floyd, Sandra J. 
Floyd, Stephen E. 
Floyd, Walter 
Folk, Betty Cheryl 
Folkman, Robert Wm., 
Follette, Jerry M. 
Folsom, John Chapin 
Folsom, James Felton 
Foote, John Stevens 
Forbes, Joseph J. 



467 
467 

446 
256 
467 

404 
467 
491 
446 
467 

491 
404 

184 
,404 
116 
176 
467 
225 
,491 
219 
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184 
467 

491 
491 
467 



256 
404 



Forbes, Michael R. 
Forbes, Robert Eugene 

Ford, Benjamin F., Jr. 

Ford, Becky Lee 
Ford, Dennis L. 
Ford, Grover Morris 
Ford, John Wm. 
Ford, Robert H. 



301 



Ford, Ronald Wm. 
Ford, Thomas Keith 
Ford, William J., Jr. 

91,233,236,262,298 
Ford, Zarvis Thomas 

Ford, Zenas Waldo III 
Fore, Donald Bruce 
Forrest, John Michael 
Forrester, Gwin H. 
Forrester, Harrison S. 
Forrester, Lindsay J. 
Forry, Kingsley Ellis 
Forsberg, Charles A. 
Forte, Frederick F. 
Forth, James Joseph 
Fortner, Rebecca Ann 
Forwood, Peter J. 

318, 
Foster, Cay A. 
Foster, Charles D. 
Foster, Carolyn Diann 
Foster, Daniel D. 

230, 
Foster, Douglas Lee 
Foster, George Worley 
Foster, James C, Jr. 
Foster, Joseph C, Jr. 
Foster, James E., Jr. 

116, 117, 164, 
Foster, John S. 
Foster, Michael Earl 
Foster, Michael W. 
Foster, Richard H., Jr. 
Foster, Robert R. 

Foster, Stephen Jesse 
Foster, Willard R. 
Fouche, Laurens P. 

Foushee, Douglas R. 
Fowler, Angela Lane 
Fowler, James A. 
Fowler, James Ladd II 

Fowler, Linda S. 
Fowler, Mary Ann 
Fowler, Michael H. 

287, 298 
Fowler, Michael W. 
Fowler, Ronnie Wayne 
Fowler, William E., Jr. 
Fox, Arthur K. 

258 
Fox, Cheryl Smoak 
Fox, Thereodore C. Ill 

Foxworth, Cecil E., Jr. 
Foy, Harry Lee, Jr. 
Foy, James R. 

Foy, Patterson W., Jr. 
Fraker, John R. 
Fraley, Delano V. 

Fralick, John D. 
Frampton, John 
France, Thomas N., Jr. 
Franceschi, Gary 
Francis, Jamile J., Jr. 



270 
467 
256 
446 
491 
404 

491 
270 

,404 
491 
491 
49 

,404 
242 
491 



467 
491 



446 

491 
446 
220 
446 



446 
153 
467 
491 
491 



192, 
Francis, Russell E. 
Frank, John H. Ill 
Frank, Jeffrey W. 
Frank, Richard E. 
Franke, Bethany S. 

229, 253, 
Franklin, Alan R. 

225,233,236,312,314, 
Fraser, Stephen D. 
Frazer, Samuel McG. 



115 
446 
491 
262 
404 
467 
127 
491 
491 

224 
491 
467 
491 

117 
467 
404 

220 

,404 
404 
467 
446 
236 

,404 
404 
196 
404 
467 
491 
273 
404 
467 

282 
404 
405 
491 
467 

119 
405 

192 

405 
155 
446 
223 
405 

301 
491 



Frederick, Wm. John 

Frederiksen, John E. 
Free, Wm. Jackson 

Freeland, James R. 
Freeland, Michael N. 
Freeland, Wm. Terry 
Freeman, Carolyn C. 
Freeman, Chris R. 
Freeman, Dan Lee 
Freeman, Daniel S. 
Freeman, Harry W., Jr. 
Freeman, Larry Edward 
Freeman, Laura F. 
Freeman, Perry W., Jr. 
Freit, Edward E., Jr. 
Freize, Clemmie Clay 

French, John C. 
French, Ralph W. 
Frey, Robert D., Jr. 

Frick, Marion Edward 
Fridy, Thomas A. Ill 
Friederich, Rudolf O. 
Frier, Timothy A. 
Froemming, Martha E. 
Froneberger, Charles 

Frost, Donald C, Jr. 

Fry, Daniel L. 
Frye, Benjamin H. 

Fugiel, Frederick T. 
Fulmer, Donald C. 

Fulmer, Elton T. 

91, 19 
Fulmer, John B. 

Fulmer, Johnny H. 
Fulmer, John L., Jr. 
Funderburk, James T. 

Funderburk, Michael R. 
Furst, Richard A. 

Gaddy, Colonel J., Jr. 

Gage, George Wm. Ill 

121,296, 
Gagel, Robert Terry 

Gagnon, Richard Paul 
Gailey, Stanley Dean 
Gaillard, George W. 

295 
Gaillard, Wm. Minott 

Gaines, William Henry 
Gainey, Charles B. 
Gainey, Harold M. 
Gainey, Robert Earl 
Gaither, Thomas K., Jr. 

172 
Gales, Stephen E. 
Gallagher, Frank P. 
Galloway, Raymond L. 

Galloway, Willie C, Jr. 
Galuska, Peter John 
Gambill, Thomas G. 
Gamble, James D. 
Gamble, Robert O. 
Gambrell, Dan Henry 

Gambrell, John W. 

238, 246, 283 
Gambrell, Robert P. 
Gambrell, William A. 
Gandy, Ernest Lerand 
Gandy, Phillip H. 
Gangemi, David J. 

219, 387 
Gantt, Bennett Elvin 
Gantt, Robert D. 

Gantt, Steven Amos 

Garbelman, Henry A. 



292 


Garces, Robert Daniel 


93 


467 


295 


468 




Gardner, Carl Ray 


300 


184 




468 


467 


Gardner, Harry Daunn 


168 
468 


491 


Gardner, Harrell Lee 


184 


491 


Gardner, Katherine M. 


447 




Gardner, Leland C. 


276 


188 


Gardner, Richard W. 


168 


405 




447 




Garick, Richard L. 


48 


491 


50, 176 


405 




Garland, Eric Koester 


226 


446 




447 


405 


Garland, Wayne R. 


405 


153 


Garner, Foster M. 


447 


491 


Garner, Ronald W. 


292 

405 




Garnett, Stanford T. 


180 


292 


230 


447 



405 
447 
467 

491 
295 
242 
467 
143 
405 
405 
245 
468 
468 
280 
405 
49 
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196 
405 
405 
447 
301 
492 
492 
492 

230 
447 

93 
468 

93 
492 
447 
468 
287 
405 

93 
492 
447 
492 



93 
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468 

295 
447 
492 
492 
447 
492 

276 
468 
233 
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447 
405 
188 
405 
492 
226 
447 
301 
447 
289 
405 



Garofalo, Joseph F. 
Garoni, Leigh Warren 
Garrett, David R. 
Garrett, Gerald Bruce 
Garrett, Kirsten M. 
Garrett, Robert S. 
Garrett, Thomas C. 
Garrett, Thomas G. 
Garrett, Thomas Roy 
Garrett, Wm. Twyman, Jr 



405 
492 
492 

405 
468 



Garris, Richard M. 

Garrison, Carroll E. 
Garrison, David Lee 
Garrison, Janet K. 

Garrison, Margaret 
Garthe, James Warren 

Gartland, Kevin H. 

Garvin, Merrell Q. 

Garvin, Wm. Horton 

Gary, Albert V., Jr. 
Gaskins, John F. 
Gaskins, Jesse Henry 
Gaskins, Richard N. 
Gaskins, Wm. Preston 
Gasque, Mason Robert 
Gassaway, Fred 
Gatch, John Byron 
Gatlin, Milton A. 
Gatling, Robert R. 
Gault, Hugh L. 



236 
262, 406 



468 
204 
406 
492 
268 
468 
262 
406 
155 
492 
139 
447 

492 
447 



164 
492 
406 
492 
273 
406 
492 
406 
492 



Gault, Jennie E. 
Gault, John M„ III 
Gault, Paul Eugene, Jr 
Gay, Ben A. 
Gay David N. 

314,316,406 
Gaydon, Douglas M. 
Geddings, Donald S. 
Gedris, William R. 
Geeslin, John Warren 
Gentle, Peggy J. 
Gentry, Curtis Cecil 
Gentry, David R. 
Gentry, Johnny S. 
Gentry, Richard H. 



312 



468 
406 
468 



Gentry, Thomas F., Jr. 
George, Harry Dewitt 
George, Suzanne 

Georgeo, Alexandra 

Georgeo, Evangeline B 

120, 

Georgiades, George C 

Gerhardt, Allen R. 
Gerhold, Gary E. 
Geronimos, Michael G 
Gestrich, Wm. J., Jr. 
Gettys, Nicholas P. 
Gettys, Richard H. 
Ghattas, Nabil Elias 
Ghent, Lawrence W. 



406 
228 
406 
492 
492 
248 
468 
206 
468 
119 
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320 
492 
492 
406 

155 

406 

492 
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Gibson, John David 
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Gibson, Jimmy Lloyd 
Gibson, John Wallace 
Gibson, Jack Wm. 
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Gibson, Nelson K. 
Gibson, Thomas Alan 

Gibson, Wm. Ralph 
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Gilbert, Bob D., Jr. 

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Gilbert, Wm. Paul 
Gilbertson, Bruce H. 

Gilchrist, Howard T. 
Gilchrist, Wm. Porter 

Giles, Jon Ashford 
Giles, Wm. Timothy 
Gill, Alan Stewart 
Gill, Jo Ellen 
Gill, Robert M. 
Gillespie, Bruce A. 
Gillespie, Linda V. D. 
Gillespie, Cheree L. 
Gillespie, Cynthia L. 
Gillespie, Jimmy Dale 
Gillespie, William C. 
Gilliam, Henry C, Jr. 
Gilliam H. David, Jr. 

Gilliard, Benny E. 
Gillingham, Edwin F. 
Gillison, John Marion 
Gilpin, Richard B., Jr. 
Gilreath, James F., Jr. 

Gilreath, Michael K. 
Gilreath, Susan Jay 
Gilreath, Winnie B. 
Gilstrap, Constance L. 

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Gilstrap, Judy B. 
Gilstrap, Lewis E., Jr. 
Gilstrap, June Y. 
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Gilstrap, Robert L. 
Gindhart, David Lynn 
Ginn, Wilbur N. 
Ginther, Suzanne K. 
Gist, Richard Carl 
Gist, Robert Wylie, Jr. 
Giunta, Ross Edward 

Gladden, Wm. Henry 
Gladden, William P. 
Glasgow, Charles C. 
Glass, Edward Loy 
Glass, Ronald W. 
Glath, Gary Albert 
Glazener, William E. 

Gleaton, Thomas L. 
Glen, Susan P. 

Glenn, Albert E., Jr. 
Glenn, Charles Jeter 

Glenn, Edith Anne 
Glenn, Emily Joyce 



262 



468 


Glenn, James Nelson 




Grant, Jimmy Dale 


155 


Groat, Mary H. 




492 


Glenn, John W. 


280 


301 


468 


Grochowski, John M. 


258 






406 


Grant, Kenneth Dalton 


468 




469 


238 


Glenn, John Walker 


262 


Grant, Michael Lee 


493 


Groome, Lynn James 


493 


406 




492 


Grant, Ricky C. 




Grooms, Ronald W. 


447 


492 


Glenn, Lillian Brown 




Grantham, Herbert 




Groover, Steven Allen 


469 


254 


Glenn, Ronald E. 


468 


Grant, Walter Timothy 


188 


Grosvenor, Richard B. 




492 


Glenn, Robert M., Jr. 






468 


Grosz, Gregory Kurt 


469 


252 


Glenn, Raymond R. 




Graves, Alfred A., Jr. 




Groves, Harold C, Jr. 


493 




Glenn, Samuel A. 


447 


Graves, John Herbert 


188 


Grubb, Linda Sue 


493 


468 


Glenn, Stephen G. 


492 




447 


Grubbs, John R. 




492 


Glenn, William K., Jr. 


219 


Gravlee, Vernon W. 




Grubbs, Richard Wm. 


242 


468 




406 


Gravley, Thornley B. 






493 


270 


Glenn, Wadley Raoul 


468 


Gray, Blaine Edward 


493 


Grubbs, Roby Wallace 


493 


492 


Glinn, John Arkell 


468 


Gray, Donald Edward 




Gruber, William C. 






Glymph, David S. 


447 


Gray, Georgette H. 




Grundy, Edward C. 


242 


260 


Godbold, Asa S. 




Gray, George A. 






469 


447 


Godbold, Eben Dudley 


295 


Gray, George Marvin 


468 


Guerry, Cecile Ann 


493 


447 




468 


Gray, James Alton 


468 


Guerry, John Calhoun 


447 




Godfrey, Moultrie R. 


116 


Gray, Jerry Carroll 




Guide, Vincent Daniel 




492 


164 


468 


Gray, John Francis 


447 


Gulledge, James A. Ill 


407 


192 


Godsey, Charles D. 


168 


Gray, Ronald Eugene 


164 


Gulledge, Michael S. 


493 


447 




407 




447 


Gulley, Barry L. 


469 




Goebel, Peter Lyn 


320 


Gray, Willis Henry 


242 


Gully, James H. 


469 


196 




492 


292 


,468 


Gunnarson, Richard L. 


493 


447 


Goehle, Robert P. 


492 


Grayson, Wm. James 


447 


Gunter, Barbara Ann 


469 


492 


Goeller, Joseph G. 


447 


Green, Benjamin H. 


270 


Gurley, David Van 






Goff, Larry Nichols 


492 




407 


Guthrie, Helen Carol 




176 


Goff, Phillip C. 


407 


Green, Clarence R. 




Guthrie, Howard David 




406 


Goforth, Myra H. 




Green, Douglas Yancy 


493 


Gutshaw, Kenneth J. 


493 


447 


Goforth, Thomas M. 




Green, Jerry B. 


468 






196 


Golden, Louie 




Green, John G. 


493 


Haag, Edmond Douglass 




468 


Goldfarb, Alan 


50 


Green, John Warren 


468 


Haas, John Michael 


299 


492 


69, 116,275,287 


407 


Green, Leslie S. 






469 


256 


Goldman, Mark Harris 


116 


Green, Ronald L., Jr. 


468 


Hackett, Timothy C. 


493 


468 


200 


447 


Green, Shannon K. 


447 


Hadden, Robin Jeanne 


493 


447 


Goldstein, Lawrence O. 


246 


Greene, Carlton W. 




Haddock, Arthur Lee 


469 


492 




407 


Greene, Edward J. 


220 


Haddock, Richard B. 


447 


492 


Goldstein, Lewis W. 


112 




407 


Haddon, Alecia Ann 


204 


406 


196,251,276 


407 


Greene, Edward N. 


242 




469 


492 


Golightly, William L. 






468 


Haddon, Alice Marie 


204 


447 


Goller, James R. 


492 


Greene, John Barry 


493 




469 




Golly, David Herbert 


468 


Greene, James Garnett 


320 


Hadley, Ralph W., Jr. 




127 


Gooch, James Brooks 


468 




493 


Haene, Thomas Walter 


93 




Gooding, Charles H. 


236 


Greene, Mary Morgan 




296 


,447 


492 


256 


447 


Greene, Nancy Chloe 


493 


Hager, Ira V. 


407 




Gooding, Richard W. 


468 


Greene, Roy T. 


447 


Hager, Richard A. II 






Goodman, Irwin 


200 


Greene, Woodrow P. 




Hahn, Henry T. 


244 


266 


276 


407 


Greenfield, Patricia 


204 


273 


,407 


447 


Goodman, Jay Wesley 


492 




407 


Haigler, Herbert H. 


282 




Goodman, Linus Giles 


492 


Greening, Richard M. 






469 


468 


Goodman, Merritt R., Jr. 


407 


Greenwood, James M. 


468 


Hair, Bradford Lee 


493 


492 


Goodson, Robert H., Jr. 


168 


Greer, Gary James 


468 


Hair, Carl M., Jr. 


292 


406 




407 


Greer, James Rembert 






447 


268 


Gordon, James T., Jr. 




Greer, Larry E. 


407 


Hair, Jay D. 


188 


406 


Gordon, Lucille C. 


206 


Gregg, Danny Earl 


184 


Haire, Dennis Warren 


447 


492 




447 




468 


Halberg, Michael R. 






Gordon, Wm. Eddie 


242 


Gregg, Frederick B., Jr. 


493 


Haledjian, Dean A. 


447 


492 




468 


Gregorie, Edmund B. 


192 


Hale, Hayden Garrett 


493 


204 


Gore, Aubrey J., Jr. 


48 


Gregory, Boyce Fred 




Hale, Kathy Luise 


493 


406 


50, 54, 234 


407 


Gregory, Charles R. 


407 


Hall, Archibald Bruce 




469 


Gore, Donald McCrae 




Gregory, Max Philip 


493 


Hall, David Fogg, Jr. 


50 


492 


Gore, George A. 


111 


Gregory, Wesley W., Jr. 


278 


85. 245 


,469 


468 


223, 387 


407 




407 


Hall, David Newberry 


469 


492 


Goshorn, Robert D. 


168 


Gregory, William W. 




Hall, Marcel Scott 




236 




407 


Gresham, Warren W. 


224 


Hall, Harriet Ann 


289 


406 


Gossett, Wilton Joel 


493 




407 




469 


483 


Gotshaw, Furman Marco 


493 


Grey, Thomas Woolard 


468 


Hall, Harry Vern 




492 


Gott, Walter Edward 




Griese, Wm. Henry 




Hall, James D. 


161 


468 


Gough, Michael R. 


468 


Grieves, Colin George 






493 


492 


Grady, Samuel Edwin 


493 


Griffin, Alan Darryl 


95 


Hall, John David 


493 


406 


Graef, Catherine E. 




Griffin, Eugene R. 


493 


Hall, James Edwin 


253 




Graef, Stephen Paul 




Griffin, Herman O. 


407 


Hall, Kenneth E. 


447 


492 


Graham, Allison Edgar 


468 


Griffin, Robert L. Ill 




Hall, Larry Lionell 


447 




Graham, Betty Joyce 


155 


Griffin, Randall P. 


468 


Hall, Thomas E. 




318 




447 


Griffin, Raija N. 




Hall, Thomas Hayward 


447 


468 


Graham, Charles A., Jr. 


468 


Griffith, Ben Earl 


493 


Hall, Tommy M. 


407 


492 


Graham, Danny Michael 
Graham, Joseph B., Jr. 


493 


Griffith, John David 


176 

468 


Hall, Wm. Allen 


295 
469 


447 


Graham, John Dennis 


192 


Griffith, Keith Hayne 


493 


Hall, Wm. Preston 


469 


492 


242 


,493 


Griffith, Wm. Jody 


493 


Hall, Wm. Woodward, Jr. 






Graham, John MacD. 




Griggs, Jerry Edward 


493 


Hallman, Beaufort C. 


408 


492 


Graham, Oscar Dwight 


493 


Griggs, James M. 


469 


Hallman, Lowell McC. 


493 


317 


Graham, Robert A. 


172 


Griggs, Howard R. 


469 


Halman, John Craig 


270 


406 




242 


Griggs, Steven M. 


196 




493 


492 


Graham, Richard Lee 


468 




493 


Halstead, Sheila G. 


493 


209 


Gramling, Andrew C. 


468 


Griggs, Wm. Michael 


447 


Haltiwanger, Charles 


493 


447 


Gramling, Cynthia K. 


447 


Grimes, Thomas E. Ill 


137 


Haltiwanger, Dennis N. 


408 




Granger, Larry J. 


447 


192,292 


,407 


Haltiwanger, Kendall 


493 


91 


Grant, Clayton 




Grimsley, Charles T. 




Hambrecht, Douglas A. 


493 


468 


Grant, Gordon Richard 


493 


Grishaw, Martha W. 




Hambright, Joe L., Jr. 


447 


492 


Grant, Haskell Edgar 


468 


Grishaw, Norman Hosea 




Hambright, Robert B. 


264 


492 


Grant, Joseph 


493 


Grizzle, Thomas A. 






408 



Hamer, Je 
Hamilton 
Hamilton 
Hamilton 
Hamilton 
Hamilton 
Hamilton 
Hamilton 



mes Michael 
Donald H. 
Eugene R. 
Frank M., Jr. 
John E., Jr. 
James M. Ill 
Lydia Lee 

, Norman B. 



493 
493 
493 
469 
180 
469 



Hamilton, William M. 

Hamm, Christine W. 
Hamm.Sherril Lynn 
Hammett, Robert E. 
Hammond, Jacqueline C. 

Hammond, Tom Vincent 
270 
Hammond, Wm. Huff 
Hamrick, John M., Jr. 
Hamrick, Michael V. 
Hanahan, James Ross 



Hancock, Elizabeth C 
Hancock, Pelham 
Hand, George E. 
Hand, William A. 



Handy, Donald Ray 
Hane, Francis Simons 

Hanes, Clyde W., Jr. 

Haney, Donald L. 
Haney, James T. 
Haney, Mary Trout 
Hankins, Sidney I. Ill 

Hanks, Richard Jehu 
Hanks, Robert Lee 
Hanley, Drenda Joan 
Hanna, Charles B., Jr. 
Hanna, Gail Louise 



155 
469 
254 
493 
469 

493 
224 
469 
155 
469 
204 
447 
164 
408 
245 
447 
252 
284 
493 
164 



133 
230 
408 

447 
493 

206 

447 



Hanna, Kathryn S. 

Hanna, Richard Wayne 229 
276, 448 

Hannah, James W. 256 

408 
408 
172 
469 
155 
264, 408 
408 



Hansen, David M. 
Hanzel, John F. 



Harbin, Charles M. 



Harbort, Hugh V. 
Hardee, Gene Eldred 
Hardee, William P. 
Harden, Margaret Lee 
Hardie, Wade 
Hardigree, Early C. 
Hardin, David Maxie 
Hardin, James Craig 
Hardin, Ian Russell 
Hardin, Ferris H. 
Harding, Gregory Lynn 
Hardister, Charles D. 
Hardy, Haskell David 
Hargrove, Reginald G 



228 

408 
493 
469 
493 



448 
161 



Hargrove, Thomas H 

Harkins, Daniel F. 
Harman, Charles A. 
Harmon, Evelyn R. 
Harmon, Frances N. 

Harmon, Jerel Dean 

Harmon, Leon Carroll 

Harness, Connie Clyde 
Harper, Bernard Caleb 

Harper, Hayne P. 
Harper, Lawrence O. 

Harper, Margret Alice 
Harper, Reginald H. 

Harper, Stiles Mikel 



180,408 

242 

280, 469 



273 
469 
256 
469 



289 
469 
448 
256 
318,469 
493 
127 
493 
272 
408 





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PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



Harpootlian, Richard 

164, 
Harrell, Frances M. 
Harrell, Joe Selvin 
Harrell, Raymond D. 
Harrelson, Louie Wm. 
Harrington, Rudolph C. 

Harris, Cheryl Lynn 
Harris, David C. 

Harris, Ettie Jeanne 
Harris, Howard Roy 
Harris, James W., Jr. 
Harris, Michael P. 
Harris, Robert Arthur 

Harris, Robert H., Jr. 
Harrison, Charles W. 
Harrison, Dianne Rose 
Harrison, David W. 
Harrison, Joan Marie 
Harrison, Pamela Ann 
Harritos, Harry C. 

Harrower, Steven J. 
Harry, Billie Ann 
Hart, Ethel Evon 
Hart, Henry Grady, Jr. 
Hart, Joel David 
Hart, Martha Elaine 

Hart, Nancy Lee 
Hart, Richard M. 
Hart, Sandra L. 

Harte, Suzanne E. 

Hartley, John D. 
Hartley, Robert Mann 
Hartling, Edward Wm. 
Hartsell, Dwight C. 
Hartzler, Mary Lenoir 
Hartzog, Brady M. 
Harvey, Aaron 

Harvey, Alton Lester 
Harvey, Bruce Randall 

Haselden, Alford 
Haselden, Julian C. 
Hash, Sandra Jean 
Hash, Thomas F. 

Hass, Jane Watson 

209, 229, 233, 
Hassell, Robert 
Hasskamp, Wm. Hartman 
Hasslinger, Mark E. 

Hastings, Michael R. 
Hasty, Stephen Thomas 
Hatchell, Rodger F. 

250, 
Hatcher, Charles R. 
Hathazy, Ronald J. 
Hauseman, David N. 
Hauss, James Michael 
Havenga, Anne Marie 
Havens, Wm. Towe 
Haw, Elizabeth M. 
Haw, Larry S., Jr. 
Hawkins, Carl Wilson 
Hawkins, Ethel J. 
Hawkins, Frank G. 
Hawkins, Hellen F. 
Hawkins, Margaret L. 
Hawkins, Phillip Lane 
Hawkins, Patrick Ryan 
Hawkins, Phillip V. 
Hawthorne, Allen Reed 
Hawthorne, Jeffrey L. 

Hawthorne, Robert F. 

Hay, James H. 
Hayden, Wm. Henry 
Hayes, Barbara J. 

Hayes, George O'Neal 
Hayes, Joseph Trus 

Hayes, Kenneth Bruce 
Hayes, Laura Anne 



124 


Hayes, Linda Elaine 


155 


Herndon, Mary Anne E. 




448 




469 


Herndon, Samuel Leroy 


448 


469 


Hayes, Michael A. 




Herr, Daniel C. 




469 


Hayes, Philip Ryan 


469 


Herrin, Ronald T. 






Hayes, Roger D. 


409 


Herrington, Edwin F. 


256 


448 


Hayes, Rueben K. 






448 


238 


Hayes, Stephen J. 


409 


Herron, Charles H. 


494 


408 


Hayes, Wayne Lee 


225 


Herron, Howard M. 


256 


493 


280 


494 




409 


262 


Haynes, James Brown 


494 


Hesse, Gordon L. 


172 


408 


Haythorne, Douglas K. 






409 




Haywood, Jamie L. 


284 


Hester, John Robert 


494 






469 


Hester, Milton Steven 


470 


234 


Hazelrigs, Floyd D. 


494 


Hester, Richard L. 


448 


469 


Hazel, Samuel Michael 


494 


Heverley, Robert Linn 


448 


168 


Head, James D. Ill 


409 


Hewett, Wm. Wardie, Jr. 


494 


448 


Heath, Wm. Michael 


220 


Hiatt, Alan Berry 




448 


276 


469 


Hickman, Darryl Ross 


470 


469 


Heaton, Malcolm E. 


146 


Hickman, Victor R., Jr. 


494 


494 


280 


469 


Hicks, Donald C. 


242 


494 


Hebert, Gordon H. 






470 


494 


Heck, Charles C. 


144 


Hicks, Danny Oscar 


301 


494 




147 




470 


184 


Hefner, Larry D. 


469 


Hicks, Nancy L. 


470 


408 


Heikkila, E. Wm., Jr. 


229 


Hicks, Ralph Edward 




469 




448 


Hiers, Jesse Chappell 


494 


448 


Heimlich, Seth S. 




Hiestand, Andrew S. 


494 


448 


Heinemann, John C, Jr. 


494 


Higgins, Donald H. 




448 


Heins, August Erwin 


144 


Higgins, Eugene F. 


470 


494 




145 


Higgins, Paul J. 




204 


Heintz, Keith F. 


409 


Hightower, John D., Jr. 


280 


408 


Heitz, Ronald Wilbur 


494 




448 


494 


Heifer, Erika A. 


409 


Highsmith, Joseph F. 


494 


469 


Heller, Donald R. 




Hildebrand, Wm. Guy 


470 


233 


Heller, Patricia A. 


155 


Hildreth, David Delos 


494 


408 


233 


409 


Hill, Christopher C. 


470 


209 


Hellwig, Ellen P. 




Hill, Donald R. 




448 


Helms, John Brent 


494 


Hill, Gary M. 


266 




Hemeyer, Mark Michael 


494 




409 


448 


Hemingway, David D. 


494 


Hill, Jackie Dianne 


494 


448 


Hemphill, John A. 




Hill, Joseph Eugene 


448 




Hemphill, Ralph B. 


256 


Hill, Jack Jedon 


494 


469 




469 


Hill, John Sylvester 


276 


469 


Henderson, Cheryl E. 






448 


289 


Henderson, C. Warren 


469 


Hill, John Travis 


494 


448 


Henderson, Donald C. 




Hill, Nancy Laverne 


448 


469 


Henderson, Grover C. 


494 


Hill, Reginald Wayne 


494 


168 


Henderson, Jas. Andrew 


168 


Hill, Thomas M. 


409 


448 




448 


Hills, James M., Jr. 




469 


Henderson, Landrum H. 


469 


Hillyer, Michael J. 


264 


494 


Henderson, Leonard T. 


301 


280 


,409 


494 




448, 


Hilsman, David L. 


50 


172 


Henderson, Michael L. 


494 




409 


408 


Henderson, Peggy J. 




Hilton, Anthony Roy 


494 


119 


Henderson, Ralph B. 




Himmel, Ronald Gene 


318 


448 


Henderson, Richard C. 


448 




470 




Henderson, Susan B. 


448 


Hind, John K. 




469 


Henderson, Thomas R. 


168 


Hindman, Donald L. 




230 


266 


,448 


Hindman, Joan Maurene 


448 


408 


Hendrick, John Mark 


494 


Hines, Andrew H. Ill 


470 


448 


Hendrick, Jack Nelson 


494 


Hines, Kenneth E. 


282 


448 


Hendrick, Michael L. 


494 




494 


230 


Hendricks, George B. 


469 


Hines, Kenneth F. 


409 


448 


Hendricks, Phil Lamar 


469 


Hines, Richard J. 


494 


494 


Hendricks, Stephen E. 


164 


Hinkel, Dale Owen 


448 




224 


,469 


Hinkle, Barbara R. 


448 


408 


Hendrix, Charles M. 


284 


Hinkle, Carl V„ Jr. 




494 




469 


Hinson, Albert A. 


409 


494 


Hendrix, Catherine L. 


284 


Hinson, Clinton R. 


409 


494 




494 


Hinson, Stephen L. 


168 




Hendrix, Edward E. 


300 
494 


235, 246 
Hinson, William R. 


,409 


494 


Hendrix, James David 


470 


Hinton, Rodger F. 


142 


469 


Hendrix, James E. 






470 


448 


Hendrix, Jonathan R. 


301 


Hiott, Joseph Willous 


494 


408 




494 


Hipp, Charles R., Jr. 


184 


448 


Hendrix, Michael A. 
Hendrix, William T., Jr. 


494 


292 

Hipp, Tommy C. 


,409 


408 


Henkel, Richard Ellis 


470 


Hiser, Frederick L., Jr. 


448 


494 


Henning, Robert A. 


262 


Hitt, Anne Walters 




494 




448 


Hixon, George C, Jr. 


184 


180 


Henriksen, Forrest A. 


470 




409 


409 


Henrikson, Stephen B. 


470 


Hixson, Stephen L. 


409 


242 


Henrikson, Thomas A. 


448 


Hlubb, Paul F., Jr. 


448 


494 


Henry, Dale Ronald 


470 


Hobbie, Caleb Andrew 


93 


448 


Henry, Dickey S. 


470 




494 


469 


Hensel, John L., Jr. 


116 


Hobbs, Oswald T., Jr. 




209 


164 


,470 


Hobson, Steven M. 


127 


409 


Henson, Carl Edwin 


470 




494 


494 


Herbster, Paul F., Jr. 


278 


Hockenberry, Mary L. 


272 


300 




448 




470 


469 


Heriot, Gail 


494 


Hodge, Jerry W. 


155 




Herlong, Dan Michael 


196 




470 


400 




470 







Hodges, Allen Hardy 

22 
Hodges, Joseph P., Jr. 

Hoefer, Joel M. 

Hoffman, Hollen Lewis 
Hoffman, Larry E. 
Hoffmeyer, George H. T. 
Hofstra, John B. 
Hogan, Curtis S., Jr. 
Hogan, Richard I. 
Hogg, Ronald J. 
Hogon, Marshall P. 
Hogue, Samuel Wylie 
Holbrook, James Glenn 
Holcombe, James O. 
Holcombe, James Roy 
Holcombe, Joseph S. 
Holcombe, Michael G. 
Holcombe, Perry Dean 

Holcombe, Susan G. 

Holden, Sandra Alicia 
Holden, Wm. Lee, Jr. 
Holder, Michael Glynn 
Holder, William D. 
Holeman, Jack Louis 
Holl, Wm. Howard III 
Holladay, Charles H. 
Holland, Charles R. 

Holland, Edward J., Jr. 
Holland, Lyman L. 
Holland, Max G. 
Holland, William R. 

Holle, Wm. Frederick 
Holleman, Laurie Anne 
Holley, Wm. Dexter 
Holliday, David M. 
Holliday, Edward P. 
Hollis, Myrtle P. 
Hollister, John W. Ill 
Holloway, David A. 
Holman, David O. 

161, 184, 
Holman, Frank K. Ill 

276, 
Holmes, Billy Joe 
Holmes, Charles M. 
Holmes, David M. 
Holmes, Lewis F. Ill 

Holshouser, H. L., Jr. 
Hoist, Leon T., Jr. 
Holstead, Carol G. 
Holstein, Thomas D. 

Hoist, Grubbe Thomas 
Holt, Brenda E. 

Holton, Mary S. 
Holzshu, Paul M. 
Homan, Billy Bert 

Hondros, Spencer 
Hood, James D. 
Hood, Patricia L. 
Hook, Charles R. 
Hooks, Robert B., Jr. 

192,410 
Hooper, George Lee 
Hopkins, Linda Irene 
Hopkins, Richard W. 
Hopkins, Stanley P. 
Hopper, Henry Lee 
Hopper, Wm. Eugene 
Home, Daniel Cletus 
Hornick, Ronnie C. 
Horres, John Jacob 

Horres, Donald James 

Horton, Daniel III 
Horton, John C. 

Horton, Michael D. 
Horton, Michael Lee 
Horton Paul M. 
Horton, Roy Ernest 



127 
448 
196 
448 
180 
470 
470 
494 
409 

470 

494 
409 
494 
494 
494 
410 
410 
494 
495 
262 
448 
209 
470 
155 

448 

495 
495 
153 
219 
410 
448 



192 
410 
448 
470 
495 

410 



470 
112 
410 
180 
410 

448 
470 
126 
495 



282 
448 
495 
155 
495 
410 

200 
470 
495 
410 
470 
48 
115 
,448 
470 
495 
495 
495 
470 
495 
448 

299 
470 
299 
470 
448 
295 
410 
495 

410 
238 

448 



Horton, Vivian, Gail 
Hotinger, Suzanne 

Houck, Bates, Riley 

Houck, Charles H. 
Houck, Sanford, Jr. 

Hough, Gerald Brian 
House, Wm. Boyleston 
Houseman, Robert W. 
Houston, Charles I., Jr. 

Houston, Jonathan F. 
Houston, Steve Roger 
Houx, William C. 
Howard, Charles R., Jr. 

22! 
Howard, Harry H., Ill 
Howard, Michael R. 
Howard, Norman A. 

Howard, Timothy Keith 
Howard, Wm. Harry 
Howell, Columbus Leo 
Howell, George D. 

Howell, John R., Jr. 
Howell, William H. 
Howes, Howard R. 
Howie, Calvin Tycho 
Hsiang, Sy Li 
Hubbard, Greer C. 

220 
Hubbard, Julius O, III 

Hubbard, Linda D. 

Huckabee, Eugene Cole 
Huckaby, Charles B. 

168 
Huckaby, James W. 

Hucks, Michael J. 
Hucks, Wm. Woodrow, Jr. 
Hudgens, Anna Ruth 
Hudgens, Barbara Ann 

Hudgens, James M. 
Hudgins, Thomas E. 
Hudnall, Norma Anne 
Hudson, Charles Joab 
Hudson, Calvin L. 
Hudson, Larry Paul 
Hudson, M. Elizabeth 
Hudson, Mark Richards 
Hudson, Robert S. 
Hudson, Wm. Manchester 
Huey, Cleveland A. 
Huey, Sara T. 
Huff, David E. 
Huff, Edwin Dubose 

Huff, James D., Jr. 

Huff, James Wallace 
Huff, Randolph B. 
Huff, Raymond T. 
Huffines, Calvert W. 
Huffman, Jennifer E. 

Huffman, James R. 
Huffman, Larry Ronald 
Huffman, William J. 
Huggins, James Wm. 
Huggins, Larry Bruce 
Hughes, Ernest C. 

Hughes, Edward M. 
Hughes, John C. 
Hughes, Jerry Wayne 
Hughes, Paul, Jr. 
Hughes, Randy P. 
Hughes, William M. 
Hughes, Warden W. 
Hull, Kenneth Ray 
Hulsey, Dorothy L. 
Humberd, David S. 

Humphrey, Charles D. 
Humphrey, Kenneth A. 

Humphreys, Morgan R. 



206 
448 
282 
448 
410 
282 
410 
495 
495 
448 
116 
410 
495 
449 
495 
168 
,449 
449 

204 
410 
495 
449 
495 
192 
410 
449 
410 
410 
410 

219 

,449 
221 
410 
284 
495 
495 
137 
410 
287 
410 
495 
495 
470 
266 
410 
411 

495 
495 
411 
449 



495 
411 



133 

495 
287 
411 
449 

449 
495 
117 
495 
411 
411 

495 
449 
192 
495 



470 
470 
411 
449 
470 

314 
411 

228 
411 
470 



Juznituze 
Co. 

SUMTER, S. C. 



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FASHIONS 



Clemson Shopping Center 
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Jacobs Mfg. Co. 

Industrial Chucks 

Clemson, S. C. 





NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



Humphries, Thomas C. 
Hunnicutt, Charlie L. 
Hunnicutt, Harold D. 
Hunnicutt, Helen M. 

Hunt, Daniel Burlin 
Hunt, Daniel Edward 

160, 164,222,223,441 
Hunt, Daniel H. 
Hunt, John Geoffrey 

Hunt, Robert T., Jr. 
Hunter, Carrell A. 

Hunter, Charles W. 

Hunter, David F. 
Hunter, Georgia Ellis 
Hunter, Joseph J. Ill 
Hunter, Jack L. 
Hunter, Winton Walker 
Huntley, Patrick W. 
Hurley, Hugh Edward 
Hurley, Jenny Louise 
Hurley, Richard D. 
Hurray, Robert Henry 
Hursey, John E. 
Hursey, Laurence M., Jr. 
Hurst, Henrietta G. 
Hurt, Alvin Judson 

Hurt, Kathy Arlene 
Huskey, Freeman E., Jr. 
Huskey, Thelma Gail 
Hustler, George Lloyd 

Hutcheson, Edward T. 
Hutchinson, Lawrence 
Hutchinson, Thomas M. 

Hutto, David Ruple 
Hutto, Glenn Russell 
Hutto, Martin H. 

Hutto, Wilburn I Ir. 

Hyatt, Gregory S. 
Hyatt, Lonnie R. 
Hyatt, Pamela Jill 
Hyden, John William 
Hyder, Alexandra C. 
Hyder, Toy Wayne 



Ibrahim, Ibrahim M. 
Illman, Barry L. 
Imperiale, Michael C. 
Inabinet, Andrew P. 
Indyk, Gary S. 

Ingle, Frank Hamilton 

155,280 
Ingles, Michael A. 
Inglis, Stephen P. 
Ingram, Karen Dale 
Ingram, Miller S. 
Ingram, Robert Edward 
Irby, Laurens Hunter 
Irelan, Frank Henry 
Irick, Edward Francis 
Irick, Wm. Ronald 
Irvin, John Lewis, Jr. 
Irving, John Wolfs 
Iseman, Harold S., Jr. 
Isenhour, Robert W. 
Ivester, Daniel R. 
Ivester, Wm. Alan 
Ivey, Danny Charles 

Ivey, James Murphy 



470 
495 
495 
155 
449 
495 
111 
449 

276 
449 
470 
206 
411 
287 
411 
449 
470 
411 

495 

411 
449 
495 
495 
449 
411 



192 
470 
495 
495 
495 
292 
470 

495 
93 

495 
449 
495 

449 
411 
470 
470 

470 
272 

411 



495 
411 
289 
411 
146 
495 

470 

495 
495 
495 

449 
449 
449 
449 
470 
449 

495 
470 
292 
470 
495 



Jackson, Leland A. 
Jackson, Larry M. 
Jackson, Philip W. 
Jackson, Ruth Dunlap 
Jackson, Robert Nash 

295, 
Jackson, Ryan T. Ill 

Jackson, Sallie M. 

Jackson, Sammy S. 
Jackson, Terry L. 
Jackson, William T. 

Jaco, Thomas W. 
Jacobs, George D. 
Jacobs, Joseph S. 

Jacobs, Leo James 

Jacobs, Thomas Lee 

Jacobs, Wm. Plumer, Jr. 

256, 
Jacques, John D. 
Jain, Ramesh Chander 
James, Dennis W. 
James, Edwin Hugh 
James, Frances C. 
James, Grady H. 
James, Harold Senn 



Jackel, David G 
Jackel, Dana L. 



411 
155 

233,411 
Jackson, Beverly Jo 225 

229, 449 
Jackson, Charles Ray 449 

Jackson, Donald F., Jr. 470 
Jackson, Daniel R. 411 

Jackson, Evelyn C. 209 

284, 470 
Jackson, Emma Jean 449 

Jackson, Glen John 
Jackson, Herman B., Jr. 
Jackson, Jackie L. 48 

50,411 



James, Joseph D. 
James, John Charles 
James, Larry Clifford 
James, William J. 
Jameson, Elizabeth D. 
Jameson, George R. 

Jameson, Henry R. 
Jameson, Judy Gayle 
James, Lake Hugh, Jr. 
Jamison, Ellis M., Jr. 
Jamison, Patsy Ann 
Jamison, Robert E. 
Jamison, Robert G. 
Jamison, Richard M. 
Janarella, Lawrence F. 
Janas, Teddee Laura 

Jansen, Sharron L. 

Jarrard, Elizabeth L. 
Jarrell, Carolyn E. 
Jarrell, Wm. Samuel 
Jay, John Henry 

Jay, Robert Royall 
Jaynes, John Robert 
Jebaily, Gerard C. 

Jefcoat, Irvin A. 
Jeffcoat, Bill Reese 
Jeffcoat, Gail D. 
Jeffers, John T. 

Jeffords, Alton B. 
Jeffords, Albert E. 

Jeffords, Ben C. 

Jeffords, Ernest Gary 

Jeffries, Francis A. 
Jenkins, Arthur C. Ill 

Jenkins, Arcada F. 
Jenkins, Arthur W. 
Jenkins, Arcada F. 
Jenkins, Arthur W. 
Jenkins, Billy Joe 
Jenkins, Bruce Wm. 
Jenkins, Guy Arvin 

Jenkins, John M. 
Jenkins, Jeanne R. 

Jenkins, Louise L. 
Jenkins, Randy Hugh 
Jenkins, Wilber H. 
Jenkins, Walter T. Ill 
Jennings, Barbara M. 
Jennings, Charles W. 



254, 



470 


Jennings, David G. 


95 


Jones, Howard M. 


413 


449 




496 


Jones, Howard Martin 


236 


470 


Jennings, Gerald M. 


127 
412 


Jones, Howard T. 


449 


176 


Jennings, James J. 


449 


Jones, John Boyce 


280 


449 


Jennings, Kathleen E. 






471 


48 


Jennings, Wayne D. 


471 


Jones, Joseph C. 


280 


411 


Jensen, Cheryl Denise 


114 




449 


209 




412 


Jones, John D. 




412 


Jensen, James John 


237 


Jones, John Edwin 


496 


412 


270 


449 


Jones, James Howard 




412 


Jeter, Dexter G. II 


471 


Jones, Joe Kenneth 


471 


188 


Johns, Douglas C. 


412 


Jones, Jimmy Manly 


496 


412 


Johns, James A. Ill 


449 


Jones, Janie Pearl 


471 




Johnson, Conor D. 




Jones, James W., Jr. 


413 


495 


Johnson, Charles R. 


262 


Jones, Kenneth H. 


49 


262 




449 


91,296 


413 


412 


Johnson, Charles S. 


321 


Jones, Kathleen S. 


450 


320 




496 


Jones, Laurence Craig 


496 


495 


Johnson, Danie A. 


412 


Jones, Larry Douglas 


117 


180 


Johnson, David Arlen 






496 


449 


Johnson, Don Eugene 


471 


Jones, Lennox K. 


471 


238 


Johnson, Don K. 


412 


Jones, Minnie Clarice 


449 


449 


Johnson, Daniel M. 




Jones, Marilyn J. 


209 


412 


Johnson, Daniel R. 






413 




Johnson, Fredrica B. 




Jones, Michael Keith 


266 




Johnson, Gary M. 


236 




450 


495 




412 


Jones, Martenza L. 


206 




Johnson, Herbert A., Jr. 


259 
314 


Jones, Mary S. 


450 


230 


Johnson, Harold L. 




Jones, Nancy M. R. 




470 


Johnson, Horace S. 


264 


Jones, Oscar Anderson 


496 


470 




449 


Jones, Patricia Ann 


496 


449 


Johnson, Harold W., Jr. 


412 


Jones, Roy A. 


450 


449 


Johnson, Jerry Dale 


496 


Jones, Ronald Erwin 


496 




Johnson, John Hale 


449 


Jones, Robert Joseph 


471 


449 


Johnson, James Leroy 


449 


Jones, Robert Loie 




260 


Johnson, James M. 


496 


Jones, Ronald Lee 


496 


495 


Johnson, John M. 




Jones, Richard M., Jr. 


180 


449 


Johnson, Laval H. 


50 


287 


413 


495 


176 


412 


Jones, Rudolph M., Jr. 


413 


495 


Johnson, Laura Rogers 


412 


Jones, Robert S. 






Johnson, Milledge A. 


471 


Jones, Ronald W. 


413 


449 


Johnson, Michael L. 


471 


Jones, Judith Drake 


449 




Johnson, Pope D. Ill 


188 


Jones, Tony A. 


413 


449 




449 


Jones, Taylor Bowman 






Johnson, Peter H. 


412 


Jones, Theodore E., Jr. 


287 


495 


Johnson, Richard A. 


449 




413 


121 


Johnson, Robert McC. 


287 


Jones, Thomas L. 


260 


449 




471 


301 


413 


229 


Johnson, Stephen Dale 


229 


Jones, Teresa Marie 


496 


449 




471 


Jones, Zonnie III 


496 


495 


Johnson, Tylie Hope 


496 


Jordan, Jewel Askew 




495 


Johnson, Wiley H., Jr. 


188 


Jordan, James Carl 




471 




413 


Jordan, John D. 


168 


318 


Johnson, Walter J., Jr. 


496 


219 


,413 


471 


Johnston, Albert E. 


413 


Jordan, James Edward 


450 


495 


Johnston, Ernest B., Jr. 


145 


Jordan, Joseph W. 


312 


449 


243, 250, 280 


496 




413 


221 


Johnston, Melvin C. 




Jordan, Lewis Albert 


471 


412 


Johnstone, Alan 


299 


Jordan, Leonard R., Jr. 


496 






413 


Jordan, Robert M. 


164 


496 


Jolley, Roger D. 


278 




413 


471 




413 


Jordan, Wm. Lacombe 


471 


184 


Jolly, Albert B., Jr. 


118 


Jordan, Wm. Lamar 


496 


412 


161, 192 


,413 


Jordy, Patrice Alison 


496 


412 


Jolly, Robert Henry 


252 


Josey, John Wesley 


471 


282 




449 


Josey, Leslie Keith 




412 


Jones, Bertha D. 


204 


Jourdain, Ellis L. 


272 


176 


Jones, Barry Neil 






496 


412 


Jones, Chafee III 


496 


Jowers, James C, Jr. 


280 


112 


Jones, Casey Bartlett 


471 




413 


449 


Jones, Charles F. 


496 


Joye, Charles McLois 


224 


412 


Jones, Carl H. Ill 


49 




496 


168 


301 


413 


Joye, Dennis L. 


287 


412 


Jones, Clyde H., Jr. 


196 
449 


Joyner, Becky Jo 


413 


412 


Jones, Champ Mc, Jr. 


449 


Joyner, Luther L. Ill 






Jones, Dawn Caroline 


496 


Julian, Walter Alonzo 




412 


Jones, Deborah Cox 


449 


Jumper, Philip H. 


471 


496 


Jones, Daniel Hare, Jr. 




Jung, Herbert C, Jr. 


496 


471 


Jones, David J., Jr. 




Jurecek, Harvey 




287 


Jones, David L. 


471 


Justis, Robert C., Jr. 


414 


471 


Jones, Douglas W. 


413 








Jones, Edward Elden 




Kaba, Richard A. 


228 


133 


Jones, Eddy Randolph 


496 


233, 253 


414 


496 


Jones, Evander S. 


413 


Kahler, Donald S., Jr. 


414 




Jones, Gregory Alan 


116 


Kahler, Martha L. 


471 


496 




471 


Kahrs, Wm. Henry 


450 




Jones, George Bluford 




Kambhu, Kawi 


414 


496 


Jones, George S., Jr. 


496 


Kamen, Ian Bradley 


471 


496 


Jones, George Tripp 


471 


Kammoun, George Jirji 


49 




Jones, Homer Earl, Jr. 




95 


414 



Kapp, John Michael 
Kapp, Richard Henry 
Karesh, Hyman 
Karesh, Sara Rachel 

Karlton, Julia Ann 
Karpik, Wm. Richard 

Kasha, Michael C. 

Kaskin, David E. 
Katz, Neil F. 
Katzen, Marvin Leon 

Kauric, William B. 

Kavanagh, Wesley J. 
Kay, David Lee 
Kaylor, Hal Michael 

19 
Kearse, Sidney Martin 

Keating, Kenneth D. 
Keaton, Eugene P., Jr. 
Kee, Margaret E. 
Kee, Nancy Evelyn 
Keels, Washington R. 
Keeney, Bradford L. 

Keeter, Wm. Halbert, Jr. 
Keith, Floyd Adelbert 
Kelaidis, Nicholas 

Kellahan, William N. 

29 
Kellahan, Warren V. 
Keller, Bobby E. 
Keller, Isaac L. 
Keller, John Evans 
Kellett, James P. IV 
Kelley, Ivan F. Ill 

Kelley, Jeffrey Don 

Kelley, Jerry Lamar 
Kelley, James Manly 
Kelley, Wayne C. 
Kelley, Willie J., Jr. 
Kelly, Gary Leroy 
Kelly, Joseph W., Jr. 

23 
Kelly, Katherine F. 

Kelly, Mark E. 
Kelly, Rodney Alvin 
Kelly, Robert George 

Kelly, Walter Thomas 
Kelsey, James Patrick 
Kemmerlin, Thomas L. 
Kendall, Larry R. 

Kendrick, Thomas B. 
Kennedy, Charles D. 
Kennedy, Charles E. II 
Kennedy, Donald R. 
Kennedy, Harold Mack 
Kennedy, Janet Lyn 
Kennedy, Joseph Lane 
Kennedy, Wm. J. Ill 
Kennette, Samuel D. 

Kenyon, David C. 
Kernen, Timothy J. 
Kerr, Mary Diane 

Kerr, Ronald Kerin 
Kessler, Milnor P., Jr. 
Kester, Ann Elliott 

Key, Bobby Nathan 
Keys, Michael P. 
Kilby, Richard E. 
Kimball, John Michael 
Kimbrell, William D. 

Kimes, Delores A. 
Kinard, Henry B. 
Kinard, Hubert Ira 

Kinard, James Ira 
Kinder, Harvey J. 



496 
450 
496 
115 
450 

276 

471 
200 
414 
471 

200 
450 
221 
414 
496 
450 
121 
,450 
164 
450 
496 

471 
496 
414 
276 
471 
450 
496 
50 
471 
262 
,414 
471 
496 
414 
496 

312 
414 
282 
496 
450 
450 
450 
471 
471 
133 
, 414 
144 
146 
450 
450 
276 
450 
496 
471 
471 
292 
414 
496 
450 

414 
450 
496 
266 

126 

414 

496 
117 
496 
471 

206 

471 
450 
496 
450 
471 
184 
471 
414 
450 
273 
471 
450 
133 
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King, Ben Field 
King, Clarence Edward 
King, Edward J. 
King, Francis M., Jr. 
King, Francis W. 
King, Grady A., Jr. 
King, Jack Herbert 
King, Jo Jewell 
King, James Melton 
King, James Michael 
King, Kenneth Vinton 
King, Lloyd Govan, Jr. 
King, M. Dalrymple 
King, Mary Sojourner 
King, Norma Adams 
King, Oscar Stanley 
King, Pamela Joy 
King, Roachel Dent 
King, Roswell Dean, Jr. 
King, Robert J. 
King, Richard Loring 
King, Robert Taylor 
King, Ted Dwight 
Kinghorn, Anderson M. 

233, 236, 262, 314, 
Kinghorn, Edward T. 
Kinghorn, James B., Jr. 
Kingman, James R. 
Kingsmore, Terry A. 
Kinkaid, Donald E. 
Kinney, Ronald Wm. 
Kinney, Susan Beverly 
Kinsey, Horace D. 

Kirby, Janice Lynn 
Kirby, James R. 

280, 
Kirby, Robert Walker 
Kirby, William H., Jr. 

312, 
Kirk, Anita Louise 
Kirk, Mary Kathryn 
Kirkland, Leland R., Jr. 
Kirkland, Margaret N. 

149, 
Kirkpatrick, Kenneth 

Kirkpatrick, William 

Kish, Alex Joseph 
Kiskel, Keith J. 
Kissam, Lynn S. 
Kissam, William T. 
Kissinger, Jeffrey G. 
Kitchens, Ronald D. 
Kivett, Roger Gentry 
Klahre, Thomas H. 

Klapman, Brian Lee 
Klawitter, Jerome J. 
Klebe, E. Carlton 
Klein, Violet Scott 
Klemetti, Ted M. 
Klinck, John M. II 
Klinck, Susan E. 

Kline, Stephen W. 
Kloba, Anthony A. 
Klosky, James M. 
Klosky, Richard Ford 
Klosterman, Terryl H. 

224, 
Klugh, Thomas S., Jr. 

Knechtges, John F. 
Knight, Franklin Neal 
Knight, George H. 
Knight, George J., Jr. 
Knight, James Alton 
Knight, Larry R. 
Knight, Margaret Ann 
Knight, Mary Ellen 
Knight, Mary Jo Anne 
Knight, Odious O., Jr. 
Knight, Susan Lynn 
Knighton, Benj. L., Jr. 
Knoerr, Robert Arnold 

Knowland, John Lee 
Knowles, Robert R. 
Knox, Frank Riviere 
Knox, Larry Ronald 
Knoy, Kathryn W. 

209, 225 



496 


Knudson, Donald B., Jr. 


256 
415 




Knust, Jac Edward 


450 




Knust, Kenard M. 


145 




292 


415 




Koch, John D. 


415 


450 


Koczan, David Alan 


276 


450 


Koelsch, Verta Anne 


471 




Kolvites, Victor J. 


243 


450 




497 


471 


Koon, Jimmy Dale 


471 




Koon, Steven R. 


497 




Kopczyk, Ronald J. 






Koppel, Patrick Lee 


321 


450 




497 


414 


Koretz, Barry R. 


116 


471 


120, 121,200 


415 




Kormanicki, David Wm. 


450 




Kornahrens, Carl F., Jr. 


497 



496 
415 

450 
497 
450 
483 
471 



415 
471 
497 
204 
405 
471 
497 
415 

93 

,497 

196 

450 



415 
471 

415 
415 
471 



280 
450 
497 
471 
497 
497 
149 
471 



Kornegay, Billy H. 
Koss, David, Michael 



496 


Kossler, Judith Anne 


47 


230 


209 


,471 


414 


Kostyra, Frank 






Kovalenko, Steve 


243 


414 




497 


496 


Kozma, Paul J. 


172 

415 




Kraft, Judson Alan 


471 


496 


Krebs, William F. Ill 




496 


Kreigsman, George R. 




116 


Kreidler, Charles J. 


497 


450 


Krejci, Edwin James 


497 


496 


Kress, Dean Herbert 


471 


236 


Krickhan, David L. 




414 


Krig, Paul Kenneth 


471 


450 


Kronberg, James Wm. 


471 


280 


Krueger, Paul Quinn 


497 


414 


Kuester, Alan Willis 
Kuester, Steven Glen 


415 


496 


Kuhn, Frank X. Ill 






Kuisma, Linda Ruth 


145 


115 




450 


471 


Kummero, Virgil E., Jr. 




301 


Kunz, Ralph Barber 


450 


450 


Kurtz, Margaret J. G. 




184 


Kutschenreuter, C. S. 




414 


Kutzleb, Richard S. 
Kwist, John 
Kytle, Sandra G. 


450 



Lacher, William L. 

1 
Ladd, Linda J. 
Laden, Gary James 
Laffoday, William C. 
Lafleur, Karen M. 
Laforge, Robert L. 
Lafoy, John B. 
Lagrone, Arthur W., Jr. 

Lahser, Conrad B. 
Laird, Grant McComb 
Laitala, Evron M. 
Lajeunesse, Eugene F. 
Lake, Keith Daniel 

Lake, Kenneth Wm. 
Lake, Michael A. 

236, 256, 
Lake, Robert J. 

Lalor, Keith Allen 

Lam, Carlos F., Jr. 
Lam, Chan Fun 
Lam, Ruth Lee 
Lamar, Barney Dunbar 
Lamar, Edward Michael 
Lamar, Ralph Dixon 
Lambert, Edythe R. 
Lambert, Frank L. Ill 
Lambert, Linda C. 
Lamunion, Gary A. 
Land, Kenneth S. 
Landers, David M. 
Lane, Bessie Mell P. 
Landrum, Richard V. 

Lane, Grayson P. 
Lane, Jane Cobb 

Lane, Tommy P., Jr. 



160 
,415 
450 
450 



450 
415 
196 
415 
497 

259 



Laney, Charlie Scott 
Laney, John Wilson 
Laney, Larry Wolfe 
Laney, Thomas B., Jr. 
Lanford, Bobby L. 
Lanford, Julianne 
Lanford, John T. II 
Lanford, Lewis Keith 
Langdon, Chas. H. Ill 
Langford, Marian E. 
Langley, Edward B. 
Langley, Harry M. 
Langley, Jeffrey Todd 

251 
Langley, Larry C. 
Langley, Leon H., Jr. 

Langley, Rodney Myron 
Langley, Roger N. 
Lanham, Linda Jean 

Lank, David James 
Lankford, Sherry M. 
Lapin, Jeffrey J. 

111, 116,200, 228 
Lareau, Albert F. 
Largey, Jennifer Lay 
LaRoche, Evans A., Jr. 
LaRoche, Julius M. 
LaRoche, Micah J. Ill 
LaRoche, Pierre R. 
Larsen, Wm. A., Jr. 
Lashley, Elizabeth L. 
Lashley, Wm. A., Jr. 
Latham, Frederick L. 
Latham, Wilson A. 
Lathem, Margaret E. 
Latimer, Alena B. 
Latimer, Charles E. 

Latimer, John Y. 
Latin, Gregory T. 
Lattimore, Tommy J. 
Laubach, Wm. John 
Laughter, Steven C. 
Laur, Gregory David 
Laurent, Eugene A. 
Laurey, Frances Lynn 
Laurie, Stephen E. 
Lauro, James D. 
Lavender, Bruce Wayne 
Lavender, Elaine B. 
Lavender, Richard L. 

Law, Donald McD., Jr. 

Law, Philip E. 

236,279,281 
Lawhon, Don Eugene, Jr. 
Lawhon, Kenneth Lee 
Lawlor, Leslie M. 
Lawrence, Elaine J. 
Lawrence, George G. 
Lawrence, Mary E. 
Lawson, Linda Joyce 



472 
497 
172 



472 
472 

224 

,497 
450 
192 
415 
497 

209 
415 
472 

47 

,415 

450 

497 

172 

415 
497 



450 
450 
497 
472 

126 
497 

497 
497 
472 
497 
497 

472 
497 

497 

287 

416 
184 
450 
233 
,416 

472 
450 
450 





Lawson, Larry Lester 


450 


278 


Lawson, Raymond E., Jr. 


301 


497 




497 


450 


Lawson, Terry M. 


144 


176 


270 


,450 


415 


Lawton, Francis A. 


243 


278 




472 


415 


Lawton, John G. 


117 


95 




416 


472 


Lawton, Robert P. 




105 


Lawton, Winston A., Jr. 


497 




Lawyer, Charles A. 


416 




Lay, Clarence W. 


472 


497 


Laye, Valerie Dale 


497 


497 


Lazar, Stephen M. 




450 


Leach, Alvin A. 


450 




League, James M., Jr. 


472 




Leaird, Wm. Gary 


295 
472 


497 


Leaman, Marshall A., Jr. 


276 


472 




472 


450 


Leary, Guy Bernard 


246 
451 


256 


Lease, Lynn R. 




472 


Leatherman, Linda T. 




415 


LeCroy, Dexter Blair 


497 


233 


Ledford, John Daniel 


472 


415 


Ledford, Richard H. 


497 



Lee, David Lane 

Lee, Franklin Carver 
Lee, Han C. 

Lee, Helen C. 
Lee, Helen Smith 
Lee, James Austin 
Lee, Larry Edward 
Lee, Michael Gordon 
Lee, Robert Earle 
Lee, Robert Paul 

300 
Lee, Stan Ronald 

Lee, Thomas B. 

Lee, Thomas Daren 
Lee, Tony Horace 

Lee, Terry L. 

160, 168 
Leeke, Thomas Terrell 
Legnetti, Philip J. 

85 
LeGrand, Charles M. 
LeGrand, Jack A., Jr. 

Lehmann, James Arnold 
Leininger, Theodore 
Leith, Robert Bruce 
Leitke, Mary E. 
Leizear, Richard Wm. 
Leland, Thomas M. 
Leland, Wm. Baker, Jr. 
Lemacks, John Carroll 

Lemacks, Robert E. 

281 
Lemire, Joseph W., Jr. 
Lenhardt, Robert Cody 
Leon, James Edward 
Leonard, Gary Owen 
Leonard, Michael W. 

Leonard, Thomas F. 

50,85 
Leonard, Linda Carol 
LePree, Joan Karen 
Lesemann, Lawrence Wm. 
Lesesne, William E. 
Lesley, Donald G. 

Lesley, Edwin, Odell 

238, 
Lesley, Mike Joe 
Lesley, Ronnie Hudson 
Leslie, H. Stephen 
Lesslie, John Arthur 

Lever, Jack Q., Jr. 
Leverette, Dennis A. 



139 
451 
472 
313 

416 



497 Leverette, Roger Barr 



Levine, Allen M. 
Levine, Paul F. 
Levine, Robert Terry 
Lewis, Archie J. II I 
Lewis, Charles Gary 
Lewis, Dodge P. 
Lewis, John G. 
Lewis, Karen Louise 
Lewis, Stanley Royce 

Lewter, Steve Jay 
Leyh, Joseph C, Jr. 

313, 
Lhotsky, Joseph M. 

54, 234, 
Liao, Nan Sen 
Liao, Sheong Sang 
Libby, Allan Winfield 

Liberty, Donald J. 

Lide, Edgar Dargan 
Lide, Robert Erwin 
Ligi, Gary E. 
Lile, Susan Wallace 
Lillis, Gary Alan 
Limbaugh, Douglas E. 
Lin, Chung Chuan 



472 
497 

292 
.451 
284 
472 
313 
416 
451 
129 
497 
50 
416 
451 
50 
472 
451 
196 
416 
451 
472 

497 
451 

497 
243 
472 
236 
416 
451 
451 

451 

270 

416 

48 

451 

497 

472 

292 

416 

155 

,451 

451 
497 
284 
472 
451 
321 
497 
253 
497 
416 

497 

451 

451 

497 

95 

497 

260 

416 

48 

416 



144 
451 
91 
416 
472 
497 
451 
497 
451 
451 



Linder, Virgil F., Jr. 

Lindfors, Ralph F. 
Lindler, Arthur B„ III 
Lindler, Robert M. 
Lindsay, Edward Dewey 
Lindsay, John C, Jr. 
Lindsey, Donald R. 

Lindsey, James M., Jr. 
Lindsey, Kenneth Lane 
Lindstedt, Robert A 
Lindstrom, Bobbie D. 
Lindstrom, Wm. Alfred 
Liner, Gaines H. 
Liner, Robert Allen 
Liner, Richard B. 
Link, George Gregory 

Link, Michael Benson 
Link, Thomas D., Jr. 

Linke, Ray E. 

Linthicum, Bruce T. 
Liphard, Robert E. 

93, 296 
Lippi, Mark August 
Lippi, Torre John 

292 
Lipscomb, Jerry Alan 
Lipscomb, Michael S. 
Lipscomb, Robert L. 
Lisenby, Donna Sue 
Liskey, James David 

Little, Allan B., Jr. 
Little, David D., Jr. 

Little, John Monroe 
Little, Robert L. 

237,271 
Little, Thomas P. 
Littlejohn, David G. 

Littlejohn, Doris M. 
Littlejohn, Herbert T. 
Littlejohn, Jesse B. 
Littlejohn, Jeanne W. 
Livingston, Ernest F. 

Livingston, John A. 

294, 295 
Livingston, James V. 

Livingston, Whitner K. 
Lloyd, Joseph Stanley 
Lockaby, Charles Wm. 
Lockaby, Frances H. 
Locke, William C, Jr. 

Lockery, James E., Jr. 
Locklair, Frances E. 
Locklair, Michael L. 

50, 
Lockwood, Dennis H. 

Loef , Sanford Harold 
Lofton, Alexander L. 
Lofton, Joyce Paschal 
Logan, Bruce E. 

Logan, Joseph Wayne 

Lollis, Jerry Lee 

Lollis, Susan A. 
Lollis, Lloyd Richard 
Lombardo, Dominick 

Lombardi, John Paul 



192 
416 
416 
472 
497 

472 
221 
472 
451 
451 
497 



451 
472 
278 
451 
497 
281 
416 
142 
416 
416 
49 
416 
497 
243 
472 
497 

472 

117 
256 
472 



259 
497 
50 
416 
451 
116 
472 



451 
416 
244 
498 
240 
416 
219 
451 
417 
498 
472 

281 
417 
451 
451 
48 
,417 
281 
451 
451 



321 
498 
301 
451 
256 
472 
498 
498 
145 
498 
281 
498 



Lomax, Eugene 
Lominack, Karen E. 

Lonergan, Walter M. 
Long, George M. 
Long, John F. 
Long, James Gnann 

Long, Larry Bruce 

Long, Larry E. 



144 
146,498 



225 

244, 498 
289 
451 
254 





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PAGE NAME 



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Long, Terry Lockman 
Long, Thomas Wm. 
Longshore, James M. 
Looney, Donnie Eugene 
Looney, David Walter 

Lorance, Robert Wayne 
Lord, Charles Nelson 

Lord, Nancy Louise 
Louf, Michael Ray 
Love, Keith S. 
Love, Samuel D., Jr. 
Lovell, Michael L. 

Lovette, Donald C. 

Lowder, Ronny Lee 
Lowe, James H. 

Lowe, Joseph Wayne 
Lowe, Robert Stephen 
Lowe, Wm. Franklin 
Lowrance, Harold W., Jr. 
Lowry, Bruce W. 

50,85, 
Lowry, Johnnie C. 
Lucia, Salvatore A. 
Lucius, Gene Powell 

Lucot, Andrew Wm. 1 1 1 
Ludvigsen, Lise Lotte 
Lufi, Eldon David 

Luker, Talmadge H. 
Lukowski, Joseph, Jr. 
Lupo, Perry Irvine 

277, 
Lusk, Robert Patrick 
Luther, Charles M., Jr. 
Lutz, Karen B. 
Luzzi, Richard A. 
Lybrand, Benjamen R. 

Lybrand, Curtis W. 
Lyle, John D, Jr. 
Lyles, James Morris 
Lynch, David Craig 
Lynch, George P. 
Lynn, Betty C. 

Lynn, John C. 

300, 
Lynn, Louis B. 
Lynn, Thomas Earl 
Lyons, Robert A., Jr. 



McAbee, Marvin E. 
McAbee, Michael Louie 

McAlhany, Helen D. 
McAlhany, John Wm. 
McAlhany, Lewis M. 
McAliley, John E. 
McAliley, James P., Jr. 
McAlister, Arthur E. 
McAlister C. E., Jr. 
McAlister, Gerald K. 
McAlister, Jeannette 
McAlister, Van J. 
McAllister, Angela C. 
McAllister, H. D., Jr. 
McAninch, William J. 
McArdle, Thomas J., Jr. 
McArthur, Margaret E. 
McBurnett, Raymond P. 

McCabe, John D. 
McCabe, Keith S. 
McCabe, Wm. Morrall 
McCall, Ralph J. 
McCall, Ronald Joe 
McCallum, Daniel B. 
McCanless, William V. 
McCann, Jackson E., Jr. 
McCants, Robert S. 

48 
McCarty, John F. 

26 
McCaskill, Linda H. 
McCaskill, Von H. 



498 


McClary, James T., Jr. 




451 


McCleave, Wm. Robinson 


472 




McClelion, Wm. Morris 


472 


472 


McClellan, Elias W., Jr. 


451 


498 


McClendon, Thomas E. 


417 


224 


McCleskey, Marsha R. 




498 


McCleskey, Robert G. 


472 




McCleskey, Samuel L. 


417 


243 


McClintock, Harold W. 


172 


498 




472 


451 


McCloskey, Kirk M. 


472 


498 


McClure, Anthony E. 


472 


246 


McClure, David G. 


243 


472 


252 


,417 


93 


McClure, Gregory A. 




498 


McClure, Michael H. 


472 


295 


McClure, Patrick M. 




472 


McCollough, Margaret 




498 


McCollough, Wm. Welch 


264 


225 




451 


417 


McCombs, Donnie R. 


262 


498 




417 


451 


McCombs, Gary M. 


498 


498 


McCombs, Joel Wayne 


221 


451 




451 


48 


McCombs, William R. 




417 


McConnell, John M. 


180 
473 


498 


McConnell, Keith Ian 


473 


272 


McConnell, Wm. F., Jr. 


451 


472 


McCormick, Kathryn A. 


116 


498 




473 


295 


McCormick, Robert E. 


184 


155 




417 


417 


McCoy, Earl 0., Jr. 


292 


417 




417 


472 


McCoy, James Earle 


437 


180 


McCoy, Joe William 


451 


451 


McCoy, Michael T. 




472 


McCoy, Susan Ann 


204 


472 


McCracken, T. Arden 




417 


McCrary, Brenda Carol 


473 


48 


McCrary, Wm. Reese 


473 


285 


McCraw, Rhett C. 


498 


472 


McCready, Edward L. 


321 


472 




498 



206 
417 
184 
417 
472 
498 
184 
451 



273 
451 



155 
417 



451 
417 

472 

250 
498 
472 
472 
472 



451 
111 
498 
243 
,451 



McCreery, Pamela Kay 
McCuen, Patricia Anne 
McCullough, Howard L. 
McDaniel, Carse Oren 
McDaniel, George M., Jr. 
McDaniel, John Harry 

McDaniel, Ronald A. 

272 
McDaniel, Robert C, Jr. 
McDaniel, Wm. Thomas 
McDavid, Robert Lee 
McDonald, Daniel S. 
McDonald, James H. 
McDonald, Kathy Jean 
McDonald, Raymond D. 
McDonell, Nancy V. 
McDowell, Glen David 
McDowell, James J., Jr. 
McDowell, Lawrence R. 
McElrath, Larry M. 
McElveen, Charles B. 
McElveen, Stanley J. 
McEntyre, Joyce Ann 
McFadden, Roy P. 

McGee, Bonnie C. 
McGee, Bobby Darrell 

McGee, Charles Edward 
McGee, Jerry E. 
McGee, James Rochelle 

McGee, Thomas R. 

McGhee, Michael C. 
McGill, Cynthia Diane 
McGill, Earl Michael 
McGill, Frank H., Jr. 
McGill, Julian E. 
McGill, Kathryn E. 
McGill, Nancy Evelyn 
McGinn, Wm. Charlton 
McGinnis, Elliott H. 
McGuigan.Wm. Patrick 

246, 
McGuire, Peter A. 



498 
473 
473 



270 
451 
219 
417 

498 
498 
498 

498 
417 
473 
451 
498 
498 
473 



498 
295 
417 
451 
295 
498 
451 

176 
451 
184 

473 

451 
498 
498 

451 

226 
451 
498 



McHugh, Joe F., Jr. 

287, 296, 
Mclnnes, Peter McG. 
Mcintosh, Eugene R. 
Mclntyre, Larry F. 

461, 
McJunkin, Roger Dale 
McJunkin, Walter S. 
McKee, Susan Mary F. 
McKee, Thomas Burney 
McKee, William J., Jr. 
McKenzie, Charles J. 
McKenzie, Herbert M. 
McKenzie, Leslie E., Jr. 

McKeown, Michael B. 

McKeown, Samuel Kirk 

McKie, Paul Augustus 
McKinney, Arthur J. 

McKinney, Douglas C. 
McKinney, James F. 
McKinney, Robert A., Jr. 

McKinney, Thomas L. 
McKown, James Roy, Jr. 
McKoy, Victor G. 

McLane, Carris Kaye 
McLane, Fred Rowland 
McLane, James R. 

McLaurin, John H. 

McLaurin, Jewell P. 

McLaurin, Kenneth F. 
McLellan, Carol Ann 
McLellan, David A. 

300, 
McLemore, Dan L. 
McLeod, Gordon Keith 
McLeod, Harold S. 
McLeskey, James Lee 
McMahan, David Kent 
McMakin, John F. 
McMakin, John Garvin 

McManus, Craig S. 
McManus, Wade H., Jr. 

McMaster, Robert G., Jr. 
McMichael, James M. 
McMillan, James A. Ill 
McMillan, Lawrence C. 

McMillan, Richard F. 
McMurray, John Lyon 
McMurtrey, Marion R. 
McNab, Robert F. Ill 

281, 
McNabb, Kenneth C. 
McNair, John Nicholas 
McNair, Leslie Denise 

McNamara, Cary D. 
McNeely, Olin R. 
McNeill, Michael E. 
McNeill, William A. 
McPherson, Roger J. 
McQueen, Thomas Edgar 
McTamney, John M. 
McWhorter, Nancy M. 
Mabry, John F., Jr. 

Mabry, Janice Lee 
Mabry, William Edward 
Macaione, Anita D. 
Macauley, Margaret L. 

MacDonald, Robert J. 
MacKay, Mary Delia 

209 
MacKintosh.J. D. Ill 

Macomson, Perry T., Jr. 
MacVittie, Donald C. 
Maddox, Clarence D. 
Madren, Kenneth V., Jr. 
Maertens, Georgann 
Magarian, Gary V. 



93 


Magathan, David H., Jr. 


418 


417 


Magee, James C. 






Magers, Robin Jane 


499 


498 


Mahaffey, Gary M. 


499 


230 


Mahaffey, Joel R. 


49 


473 


50, 168, 235 


418 


473 


Mahon, James Roger 


228 


498 


277 


418 


498 


Mahoney, Peter John 




498 


Major, Charles R., Jr. 




417 


Maksymowicz, William 


473 


473 


Malcom, Joseph Adams 




452 


Malloy, Dennis John 




300 


Malmgren, John C. 


418 


473 


Malone, James Reid 


499 


172 


Malone, Thomas A. 




418 


Malphrus, Bobby Dale 


146 


244 




473 


451 


Malphrus, Lewis D., Jr. 


266 


473 




418 


243 


Malphrus, Phillip W. 


269 


498 


295 


473 


452 


Maner, Carol Lawton 


473 


452 


Maness, James F. 


221 


184 




452 


452 


Maness, Wm. Thomas 


499 


498 


Mangino, Adam L. 




498 


Mangum, Patricia A. 


418 


184 


Manley, Brenda Sharon 


114 


452 


115, 143 


452 


498 


Manley, David Arthur 


499 


498 


Manley, Sandra Lola 




48 


Mann, John E. 


254 


418 


277 


418 


300 


Mann, John Robert 


219 


418 




452 


300 


Manning, Charles Reed 


499 


452 


Manning, Glenn McCall 


452 


498 


Manning, Marion L. 


418 


498 


Mansfield, Patricia A. 


209 


192 




452 


452 


Mansmann, Jack T. 


499 




Marcengill, Nancy Ann 


473 


498 


Marchbanks, Marshall 


277 


498 




418 


473 


Marchbanks, Sherry L. 
Marchini, Robert R. 


204 
452 


267 


Marcinak, Casper F., Jr. 




498 


Marett, Ella Hiott 




498 


Marinello, Guy H. 


473 


301 


Marion, Charles Ray 


499 


473 


Marisca, Charles S. 


499 


473 


Markowich, Edward M. 


499 




Marquardt, John C. 


418 


498 


Marrah, George W. 




243 


Marsden, Richard A., Jr. 


499 


473 


Marsh, Elias J. 


243 


473 


321 


499 


452 


Marshall, Bruce Wm. 


452 


418 


Marshall, Frederick 




145 


Marshall, Gleny S. 




498 


Marshall, John Donald 


499 


498 


Marshall, Robert M. 


418 


452 


Martin, Charlie R. 


295 


253 




452 


498 


Martin, Charles S., Jr. 




418 


Martin, Dale 


237 

418 


473 


Martin, Douglas C. 






Martin, David R., Jr. 


271 




Martin, Fletcher L., Jr. 




498 


Martin, John A. 


418 


452 


Martin, Jerry Brannon 


452 


499 


Martin, James D., Jr. 




285 


Martin, John Phillip 




417 


Martin, John Wayne 


499 


473 


Martin, James Winton 


473 


473 


Martin, Levon Carlon 
Martin, Linda W. 




206 


Martin, Linda Marlene 


204 


452 


Martin, Owen M., Jr. 


452 


155 


Martin, Robert Errol 


262 


452 




452 


192 


Martin, Rodney Earl 




418 


Martin, Robert F. 


418 


473 


Martin, Ronald Lewis 


473 


473 


Martin, Scott A. 


452 


499 


Martin, Samuel C. 




418 


Martin, Thomas E. 




473 


Martin, Wm. 


499 


418 


Martin, Willie C. 


250 



Martin, William E. 
Martin, Zack Thomas 
Marturano, Robert G. 
Mason, Kathy Ann 
Mason, Wanda Gail 
Massie, Jerome W. IV 
Massey, Norman Terry 
Masters, Nancy Gail 
Masucci, Donald 
Mateer, Larry Dale 
Matheny, Carl Smith 
Mathews, John Wilson 

Mathias, Hubert L., Jr. 
Mathias, Harvey R. 

Mathis, Louis B., Jr. 

289 
Matkins, Thomas L. 
Matson, Jack E. 

228, 
Matthew, Robert T., Jr. 

Matthews, Betty Jo An 
Matthews, Charles H. 
Matthews, Charles L. 
Matthews, David R. 
Matthews, Edward C. II 
Matthews, George G., Jr. 

180,234 
Matthews, Gary John 
Matthews, Joel R. 

Matthews, Teresa F. 
Matthews, Walter E. 
Mattis, Victoria Anne 

Mattison, Stephen 
Mattox, Barry Gray 
Mauldin, Barry Wayne 
Mauldin, John Thomas 
Mauney, Charles R. 

Mauney, Dennis Leroy 

236, 281 
Maxwell, Alan Darrel 

Maxwell, Lawrence L. 
Maxwell, Michael J. 
Maxwell, Richard A. 
Maxwell, Wm. McRee 
Maybin, Arthur H. Ill 
Mayer, Charles Albert 
Mayer, James E. 

Mayes, David W. 

Mayfield, David R. 

Maynard, Ben Allen 

Mayne, Sherman T. 
Mayrant, Wm. Penn 
Mays, James Lloyd 
Mays, William E. 

Meade, John Edward 
Meade, Raymond Craig 
Meadors, Robert E. 

Meadows, Merri Susan 
Meadows, Tommy C. 
Means, Kenneth Allan 
Means, Robert Archie 
Means, Wm. Harrison 
Medford, Alan Glenn 
Medlin, Richard D. 
Meehan, Jerry Andrew 
Meehan, John Thomas 

295 
Meetze, John David 
Meggs, Benjamin R., Jr. 
Mehaffy, Dwight J. 
Meier, Thomas Charles 
Meister, William A. 
Mellard, Charles W., Jr. 
Mellard, Eugene S. 
Mellichamp, Henry L. 
Mellichamp, Joseph M. 
Mellichamp, Peggy H. 
Melnik, Joseph David 

Melton, Robert V. 



418 
499 
473 
499 

499 
452 
418 
473 

499 
192 
499 

200 
419 
221 

,452 
499 
225 

,419 
130 
419 
473 
499 
419 
419 
499 
137 
419 

264 
419 



206 
452 
499 
473 
499 
452 
192 
419 
230 
,452 
267 
499 
419 
419 

499 
419 
499 
226 
419 
164 
419 
256 
419 
246 
452 

473 
452 
116 
419 
499 
499 
155 
499 



473 
499 

473 
452 
473 
268 
,419 

473 
473 

419 
473 
452 
452 

419 
253 
473 
321 
499 



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Melville, Robert J. 


103 


Miller, Ronald 1. 




Moore, Colston H., Jr. 


474 




452 


Miller, Ronald M. 


499 


Moore, Clyde M. 


421 


Melvin, Royce M. 




Miller, Richard Wm. 


499 


Moore, Carolyn Rose 




Mercer, Errol Glenn 


473 


Miller, William E. 


420 


Moore, Dennis A. 




Mercier, Christine A. 




Miller, Waenard L., Jr. 


180 


Moore, Dexter C. 


301 


Mercier, Sandra H. 




229, 233 


420 




421 


Mercier, William T. 




Milligan.Thelbert J. 


452 


Moore, Dennis Duane 


117 


Merck, Ernest D. 


499 


Milliken, Christopher 




Moore, Daniel F. 




Merck, Larry S. 


419 


Milliken, Mark Reed 


499 


Moore, Donna Jean D. 




Merck, Melvin Samuel 


452 


Milling, John McKey 


420 


Moore, Edwin Nisbet 


500 


Merkel, Fritz Isham 


221 


Millis, Wm. Brooks 


474 


Moore, Gary T. 


453 




452 


Mills, Alyn James 




Moore, Herbert B., Jr. 


421 


Merrell, Timothy C. 


225 


Mills, Charlie E. 


282 


Moore, Harry G., Jr. 


453 




499 




420 


Moore, Henry P. Ill 


50 


Merrick, Richard L. 


47 


Mills, Nancy E. 


420 




421 


200, 292 


419 


Mills, Oscar R. Ill 


420 


Moore, Henry S. 


246 


Merrill, James M. 




Mills, Robert P. 


499 


Moore, James F., Jr. 




Merritt, Mitchell 


473 


Mills, Steve A. 


254 


Moore, Jimmy Lee 


474 


Merry, Walter D. 


47 




499 


Moore, John L. 


277 


115, 141, 184,223,234 


419 


Millsap, William J. 




318 


421 


Messick, Ellison W. 




Milton, Johnnie F., Jr. 


452 


Moore, Leon H. 




Messick, Thomas A. 


473 


Mims, James Allen, Jr. 




Moore, Robert Andrew 


474 


Metsky, Gordon S. 


200 


Mims, Paul Wilson, Jr. 


230 


Moore, Robert Edward 


500 




473 


243, 257 


474 


Moore, Robert F. 


421 


Metze, James Leroy 


499 


Mincey, John Paul 


452 


Moore, Robert J. 


500 


Meyer, Daniel E. 


419 


Minchew, Richard L. 


295 


Moore, Robert N. 


421 


Meyer, Theodore M. 


196 




420 


Moore, Robert S. 


292 


230 


473 


Ming, Thomas Anthony 






295 


Meyerriecks, Allan R. 


289 


Mingledorff, Ralston 


499 


Moore, Steven Clark 






473 


Mirabelli, Anthony J. 


200 


Moore, Suzanne McCown 


421 


Meyerriecks, Bette J. 


499 


277 


,452 


Moore, Stephen T. 


474 


Michael, Benjamin T. 


48 


Mishoe, James A. 




Moore, Vernon W., Jr. 


252 


50, 235 


419 


Mishoe, John W. 


244 




453 


Michael, Theresa A. 




268 


420 


Moore, Wayne Eugene 




Michaels, Edward 


473 


Mishoe, Stafford M. 


245 


Moore, William B. 


184 


Michalowski, Joseph S. 


452 




452 




474 


Michie, Robert Wm. 


473 


Mitchell, Annette A. 




Moorehead, Robert B. 




Mickanis, John P. 


200 


Mitchell, Carolyn C. 


499 


Moorer, Robert B. 


500 




473 


Mitchell, David H., Jr. 


474 


Moorhead, Hunter H. 


273 


Mickelson, Mike F. 




Mitchell, David J. 


474 




500 


Middlebrooks, Phillip 


499 


Mitchell, E. Eugene 




Moose, Harry E., Jr. 


142 


Middleton, Alexander 


452 


Mitchell, Gary Mark 


93 




421 


Midura, Alan Frank 


499 




499 


Moose, Thomas Caswell 


500 


Mikell, Charles H., Jr. 


196 


Mitchell, John Daniel 


452 


Moran, James F. 




292 


420 


Mitchell, Jack H. Ill 


420 


Moreno, Hermogenes 




Mikolajczyk, Sara J. 


473 


Mitchell, John R., Jr. 


499 


Moreno, Juan Gustavo 




Milam, George K. 


264 


Mitchell, Ned Rickmon 


499 


Morgan, Baylus K. 


297 




473 


Mitchell, Robert E. 


499 




474 


Milam, Ronald Walden 


196 


Mitchell, Sally Faye 




Morgan, Donald R. 


85 




473 


Mitchell, Scott Knox 


499 




453 


Miles, Carolyn Bruce 


117 


Mitchem, Steve J. 


233 


Morgan, Hugh F., Jr. 






499 


236,281 


,420 


Morgan, John W. Ill 


184 


Miles, Daniel O'Neal 


474 


Mixon, Danny Ray 


452 




453 


Miley, David Bowers 


243 


Mixon, Johnny David 


499 


Morgan, Madeline 




257 


474 


Mize, Danny Arthur 


499 


Morgan, Steven Leslie 


500 


Milhous, Wilbur K. 


238 


Mobley, Harold A., Jr. 


500 


Morgan, Wm. Fred 


453 


285 


452 


Mobley, Jerry A. 


420 


Morgan, William M. 




Millar, Robert W. 


251 


Mobley, James Ray 


233 


Morrell, George 


453 


283 


420 




452 


Morrell, Richard L. 


500 


Miller, Ansel Eldon 




Mobley, Nancy Jo 


461 


Morris, Anne C. 


453 


Miller, Bernard H., Jr. 


301 




474 


Morris, Billy L., Jr. 






420 


Mobley, Roberts. 




Morris, Dennis Craig 


147 


Miller, Charles A. 


295 


Mock, Gary N. 






474 




420 


Moffatt, Robert A. 


420 


Morris, Fred Parks 


226 


Miller, Carey B. 




Moffett, Jesse W. Ill 


474 




453 


Miller, Cheryl G. 


420 


Mohrmann, Alan F. 


420 


Morris, James W., Jr. 


500 


Miller, Donald Hollis 


252 


Mole, Marvin L., Jr. 




Morris, Lisbeth Ann 


145 




499 


Molin, Oscar F., Jr. 


292 


251 


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Miller, Earl L., Jr. 


474 




452 


Morris, Paul A. 


235 


Miller, E. Edwin, Jr. 


420 


Moll, Frances M. 


452 




421 


Miller, Greer 


474 


Moll, John R. 


281 


Morris, Robert T. II 


474 


Miller, George F., Jr. 


285 




420 


Morris, Thomas O., Jr. 


230 




452 


Molten, Helen Marion 






474 


Miller, Harry Malone 


145 


Molten, Richard W., Jr. 


178 


Morris, Teddy, Jr. 


474 


281 


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Money, Robert Leroy 


500 


Morris, Wm. John 


474 


Miller, James A. 


271 


Monjot, David George 


500 


Morrison, Craig R. 






452 


Monroe, Margaret E. 




Morrison, Kenneth 




Miller, James David 


281 


Montgomery, Carter E. 


224 


Morrison, Steven A. 


230 




452 




453 




500 


Miller, Jas. Donaldson 




Montgomery, Georgia F. 


500 


Morrison, Stephen J. 


421 


Miller, John Edwin 


452 


Montgomery, Ronald J. 


188 


Morrow, David Lee 


500 


Miller, James I. 


452 




453 


Morrow, Furman R., Jr. 




Miller, James J. 


420 


Montgomery, Samuel J. 




Morrow, Miles Webster 


500 


Miller, John Milton 


285 


Montjoy, Kenneth M. 




Morse, John Chapman 






452 


Moody, Henry Mahone 


500 


Morse, Russell J. 


421 


Miller, Linda Curran 


420 


Moody, Michael Craig 


300 


Morton, Benjamin C, Jr. 




Miller, Larry McSween 


452 


Moon, Randall W. 


500 


Moseley, James H., Jr. 


453 


Miller, Michael A. 


474 


Moore, Anthony Glenn 


93 


Moseley, Robert J. II 


500 


Miller, Marion C. 


172 




474 


Moseley, Stephen C. 


318 


Miller, Michael Carl 


499 


Moore, Brent Clark 


500 




453 


Miller, Richard C, Jr. 


452 


Moore, Betty Gleaton 




Moser, Robert N. 




Miller, Robert E. 


474 


Moore, Charles E., Jr. 


254 


Moss, Cathy Lou 


47 


Miller, Ronald G. 


420 


Moore, Charles G. 


287 


204 


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Moss, Fern Thompson 
Moss, Lewis Gerald 
Moss, Raymond A. 
Moss, Richard Neal 

Moss, Thomas Connor 

219 

Moss, Van Stephen 

Mossman, Matthew M. 

296 

Mowlajko, Peter S. 

Moxon, Peter W. 

184 

Moyer, Eugene F., Jr. 

Moyer, Randolph M. 
Mozen, Thomas C. 
Mozingo, George Wm. 

Muccino, Paul John 
Muckenfuss, Frances T. 
Mudd, Roger W. 

Mueseler, Thomas F. 
Muirhead, Nancy Diane 
Mull, Gregory F. 
Mull, Myrtle Janice 

146 
Mull, Roger Lewis 
Mull, Steven Howard 
Mullan, Harry H. 
Mullen, Howard P. 
Mullen, John III 

Mullen, John Davis 

Muller, Boyce Lee 
Mulligan, Terence J. 
Mulligan, Wayne E. 

Mullikin, Anne K. 
Mullinnix, Wade C. 
Mullins, Gary Lamar 
Mullis, David Lee 

Mullis, John Arthur 
Munday, Edgar Gray 
Mungo, Forace Milton 
Mungo, Gloria Elaine 
Munn, Henry Basil, Jr. 

Munn, James Wesley 

Munson, Barbara C. 
Murdock, Edward C. 
Murphree, Charles M. 
Murphree, Wilma Smith 
Murphy, Edward Young 

301 
Murphy, Frank Jack 
Murphy, Michael P. 
Murray, Joe H., Jr. 

Murray, Kevin Lloyd 

Murray, Lawton Edwin 

Murray, Linda Kay 
Murray, Milledge G. 

Murrell, Reginald C. 
Murrell, Tom L., Jr. 

85 
Muschick, Russell P. 
Myers, David Mark 
Myers, Edward Eugene 
Myers, Frank David 
Myers, Frankie R. 
Myers, Gregory B. 
Myers, Grover E. Ill 

Myers, John David 
Myers, Jesse Wm. 
Myers, Kenneth Wade 
Myers, Milton, Jr. 
Myers, Michael Lee 
Myers, Paul Charles 

Myers, Robert Willis 

Nalley, Donald W. 
Nalley, Mary W. 
Napier, William T., Jr. 



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500 
277 
474 
188 

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421 
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474 
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500 
500 
144 
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48 
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500 
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225 
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180 
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453 

272 
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268 
453 
131 
474 
281 
500 
500 
192 
421 

48 
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453 
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474 

116 
421 
474 
474 
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500 
192 
453 
474 



Narramore, David L. 
Nash, Robert R. 
Nash, Wm. Abner 
Mass, Gerard Karl 

Nasser, Thomas R. 
Nazry, Larry L. 
Neal, Donald Eugen 
Neal, Tommy Yoas 

Neale, Cornelia E. 
Needham, Beth Overton 
Needham, Danette E. 
Needmam, Richard S. 
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Neel, James Robert 
Neely, Joe Crawford 

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Nelson, Charles B. 
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Nelson, Elizabeth W. 
Nelson, Jane C. 
Nelson, Otis D. 
Nelson, Peter E. 
Nelson, Rodney L. 
Nemergut, John P. 
Nepveux, Felix J. IV 



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421 
500 
117 
500 
500 
500 
474 
453 

500 
268 
500 
500 
500 
474 
85 



453 
421 



143 



236,243,281,421 



129 
500 
453 
474 
172 
421 
422 



500 
500 
500 



Nesbitt, David M. 

Nettles, Marvin E. 
Nettles, Ronnie Keith 
Netzel, Joseph E. 

Neuffer, John A. 
Neuhaus, James Edward 
Neumeister, Ernst A. 
Neuwirth, Joseph G. 
Newall, Wm. Copp, Jr. 
Newcomb, Leonard M. 
Newell, George Taylor 
Newell, Paul Michael 
Newell, Sharon 
Newlin, Kimrey D. 
Newman, Carl E., Jr. 
Newman, Charles M. 257 

295, 453 
Newman, James A. 453 

Newman, Michael Dean 453 
Newman, Thomas C. 264 

422 
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317,422 
Newton, Donald Andrew 164 
452 
Newton, David Alton 500 

Newton, Eric David 500 

Newton, Gary Stroud 
Newton, Nathan S., Jr. 



Newton, Paul Henry 
Newton, Paul Scott 
Newton, Robert K. 
Newton, Ronald Wayne 
Nicastri, Edward D. 

Nichols, Henry E. 
Nichols, Sylvia Evans 
Nichols, Vivian L. 

Nicholson, Ronald D. 
Nickel, RichardS. 
Nickles, Joe W. 



111 
196,453 
474 

500 



474 
238 
422 



155 
422 
500 



164 
219,422 



Nickless, Thomas V. 
Nicks, Judith Anne 

Niederhof, Richard C. 
Nilssen, Aase Marie 
Nix, Alfred C. 
Nix, Frank Horace 
Nix, Fred Harley 
Nix, James Elbert 
Nixon, Carol Dianne 
Nobles, Kenny Kim 

Noffz, James Edward 
Noffz, Margaret A. 
Nolan, Jimmy E. 
Nolan, William F. 
Nolen, Thomas D. 



206 
453 



501 
453 



296 
501 
501 

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422 



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259 


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501 




423 


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501 


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124 


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453 


277 


474 


Ostendorff, Wm. Howard 


501 


Norris, Robert T, 


501 


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474 


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474 


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501 


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423 


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501 


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422 


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501 


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Norton, John Croft 


125 


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453 


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501 


Norwood, Lois Y. 




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423 


Nowakowski, Mark M. 


474 


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209 


Nuckols, Hodgdon C. 


122 




423 


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453 


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474 


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453 


Nusbickel, David C, Jr. 


119 


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131,281 


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474 


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474 


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250 
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501 


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501 


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501 


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206 


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474 




474 


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188 


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251 




422 




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474 


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501 


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144 


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300 


221 


453 




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O'Briant, Charles D. 


114 


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423 


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126 


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423 


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271 


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50 




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85 


474 


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118 


Oxler, Steven J. 


200 


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219 


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501 


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271 


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453 


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95 


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422 


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453 


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501 


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501 


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263 


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501 




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453 


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243 


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273 




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263 


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501 


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453 


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192 


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295 




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192 


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474 


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180 


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281 




453 




422 


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300 


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501 


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501 


Page, Herbert Dan 


475 


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501 


Page, John Dennis III 


475 


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453 


Page, James William 




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Page, Lloyd Monroe 




Oliver, Ronald Allen 


501 


Page, Russell Norwood 


501 


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475 


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501 


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219 


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287 


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250 


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501 




475 


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501 


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501 


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164 


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453 


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423 


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164 


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233 




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155 


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155 


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501 




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422 


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474 


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254 
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155 
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176 
250 
425 
267 
,475 
502 
281 
454 
252 
454 
502 
502 
502 
319 
475 
502 
425 



Prichard, Linda Gail 


425 


Prickett, Fairey Lee 


502 


Priddy, Ricky Vernon 


180 




454 


Pridgen, John B. Ill 




Pridgeon, Douglas L. 


321 


483 


502 


Pridmore, Robert M. 


454 


Prince, Brooks R. 


475 


Prince, David Cannon 


289 




502 


Prince, Frank T., Jr. 


502 


Pringle, Charles G. 


192 


292 


425 


Pringle, Jeffrey C. 


143 




425 


Printup, David Wm. 


502 


Pritchard, Jeff O. 


425 


Privette, Charles V. 




Proctor, Richard S., Jr. 


425 


Prohaska, John Wm., Jr. 


257 




475 


Prochaska, Paulette F. 




Propes, Thomas Emery 


454 


Prosser, Ted Charles 


502 


Protomastro, Gerard P. 




Pruett, Robert E. 


315 




425 


Pruitt, Albert B. 




Pruitt, James Austin 


502 


Pruitt, James B., Jr. 




Pruitt, Kenneth B. 


502 


Pruitt, Linda J. 


145 


229 


425 


Puckett, Allen Boyd 


502 


Puckhaber, Carl W. 




Puette, Lyman Bruce 


502 


Pulliam, Gary P. 


425 


Pundt, Vanderbilt C. 




Purser, Johnny H. 


454 


Pusey, Edward Stuart 


318 




454 


Putman, Carol Dean 


475 


Putnam, Hugh D., Jr. 


425 


Putnam, James R. 


475 


Putnam, Patricia Ann 


502 


Pye, Paskel Paul, Jr. 


502 


Quattlebaum, Harriet 


155 




502 


Quattlebaum, Robert W. 


502 


Quattlebaum, Steven K. 


502 


Queen, Jerry Charles 


502 


Quick, Karen Lee 


475 


Quigley, James J. 


503 


Quinn, James David, Jr. 


321 




503 


Rabon, Jim D. 





Raby, Sara Leigh 
Raffield, Wm. Dunlop 

Ragsdale, Edmond M. 

1 
Ragsdale, Jere L. 

Rahim, Mir Z. 

Rahim, Mir Sarfraz 
Rahn, Janice Gail 
Railton, Dianne D. 

Raines, James Henry 
Raines, Kirby D. 

Rainey, Angela Witt 
Ralston, Wm. L. Ill 

Ramage, Daniel E. 
Rambo, Hugh Senn, Jr. 
Ramey, James T., Jr. 

230, 233, 
Rampey, Bruce Edward 
Rampey, Nancy L. 
Rampey, Rita Jo 
Ramsay, James F. 
Ramsey, Arnold Joseph 
Ramsey, Jackson B., Jr. 
Ramsey, James G. 
Ramsey, McKinney H. 
Ramsey, Margaret S. 
Ramsey, Thomas B. 
Ramsey, Ted Nathan 
Randall, Eric Charles 
Randel, Jeffrey K. 
Randolph, Richard D. 

Rankin, George David 
Ransom, David James 
Ranson, John H., Jr. 
Rapp, Joan Honora 

Rash, Christopher K. 
Rash, James H., Jr. 
Rasheed, Emile 
Ratcliffe, Elizabeth 
Ratliff, James W. Ill 

244,284,285,295, 
Ratterree, Charles H. 

188, 
Ratterree, John A. 
Raup, Paul Mitchell 
Rauton, George Wm. 1 1 1 

Rawl, Danny Allen 
Ray, Freddy Hugh 
Ray, George Dewey 



Ray, Lawrence Kent 



Ray, Walter Samuel 
Rayburn, Roland L. 



289 
277 



Rayle, Bruce E. 

Raymond, Charles E., Jr. 

Raynal, Dudley J. 

244 
Rea, Joanne Carol 
Read, Allen Deas, Jr. 

Readling, James R. 
Ready, Louisa Jane 
Reagan, John A. Ill 

Reames, James F., Jr. 
Reardon, Thomas John 
Reardon, Wm. Irby 
Reavis, Paul Ervin 

Rector, Michael B. 
Redick, Hugh Edward 
Reece, Oleita Viola 
Reed, Allen W. 
Reed, Edward C. 

Reed, George M., Jr. 

Reed, Henry J. 
Reed, Harry M., Jr. 
Reed, James Thomas 



503 
225 
475 
161 
,454 
209 
425 
51 
425 



209 
454 
503 
91 
,425 
475 
196 
425 



229 
425 
503 
475 

425 
454 



503 
503 
475 
475 
503 

264 
476 
454 
503 
503 
285 
503 
454 

425 
503 
93 
454 
139 
454 
503 
476 
267 
503 
454 
454 
155 
454 
229 
454 

48 
425 
281 
454 
243 
476 
219 
426 

285 
503 
503 
503 
196 
426 
426 



121 
476 
476 

503 
503 
238 
426 
240 
426 

454 
503 



Reed, Wayne M. 
Reese, Charles J. 
Reese, Charles R. 
Reese, Caroline S. 
Reese, Wm. Mobley 

Reeves, Daniel Wm. 
Reeves, John H., Jr. 

23 
Reeves, Mickey E. 

Rehm, Frederick G. Ill 

29 
Reid, Albert R. 

Reid, James L. 
Reid, Joseph Shuler 
Reid, Samuel Fraser 
Reid.Wm. B., Jr. 
Reilly, Joseph E. 
Reindollar, Harry B. 
Reinert, James A. 
Reinhardt, Leslie R. 
Reisen, William K. 
Reiter, Betty Baker 
Reiter, Harold B. 
Reith, Richard W. 
Rembert, Marion R., Jr. 
Renfrow, Richard T. 
Rentz, Aaron Wm. 

Rentz, Norman G., Jr. 

Rentz, Richard W. 
Repka, Ronald John 
Rescorla, Walter G., Jr. 
Reuter, David Michael 

Reynolds, Hammond G. 
Reynolds, Jack B., Jr. 
Reynolds, Joseph Wm. 
Reynolds, Mark Allen 
Reynolds, Peggy Anne 
Reynolds, Perry H. 
Reynolds, Wm. E., Jr. 

Rhodes, Christopher 
Rhodes, Daniel Harlan 
Rhodes, Susan Juanita 
Rhodes, Wm. Boyd III 
Rhymer, William E., Jr. 

Rhyne, Bruce T. 
Rhyne, Frank Leon, Jr. 
Richard, Samuel Olvier 
Rice, Craig G. 

Rice, Jonathan C. Ill 
Rice, Michael Steven 
Rice, Richard Merle 
Rice, Sharon Lee 

Rich, John Charles 
Richards, Charles H. 
Richards, Francis R. 
Richards, Joseph D., Jr. 
Richards, John Wm., Jr. 
Richards, Norman S. 
Richards, Robert B. 
Richardson, Andrew L. 
Richardson, Amelia N. 
Richardson, Donny W. 
Richardson, George E. 

238 
Richardson, Harvey L. 
Richardson, Joel K. 
Richardson, Joseph R. 
Richardson, Marshall 
Richardson, Mathias B. 
Richardson, Michael L. 
Richardson, Suzanne E. 
Richardson, Wm. Curtis 

277 
Richbourg, Henry L., Jr. 

Richbourg, Virginia D. 

257 
Richter, Cynthia M. 
Rickard, John Charles 
Ricket, Kenneth T. 
Rickman, Claude M. 
Riddle, Charles D. 
Riddle, Cheryl Ruth 



426 
223 



192 
454 

229 
426 
281 
426 
180 
,426 
278 
426 

476 

476 



200 
426 
503 
243 
476 
192 
426 
454 

476 
155 
454 

476 

476 
476 
476 
426 
172 
426 
503 
426 
503 
454 
246 
454 
155 
503 
503 
278 
426 
454 
476 

206 
476 
503 



476 
503 
503 
426 
476 
269 
455 
155 
455 
503 



426 

503 
224 
476 
300 
476 
206 
455 
503 
455 
426 



Riddle. David Kenneth 
Riddle, Ruttland E. 

Riddle, Robert Saye 

Riddle, Virginia D. 
Ridgeway, Linda F. 
Ridgeway, Ronald L. 
Rigby, Charlie S., Jr. 
Riggins, Stanley Roy 
Riggs, Walter E. 

2! 
Rigler, Earl K. 
Riley, Alvin V., Jr. 
Riley, Michael W. 
Riley, Tilden F. 
Riley, William P. 
Rimer, James L. Ill 
Rimer, Steve Barry 
Rinehart, Ernest L., Jr. 

Rinehart, Joseph A. 

Ripley, James Green 
Rippy, Douglas V. 
Riser, Jacob Sidney 
Rish, Harold Grange 

Rish, Theresa Renee 
Rishi, Shashi Mohan 
Rissetto, Victoria 
Ritch, Morris Rea III 

Ritchie, Ronald B. 
Rivers, Charles Edwin 
Rivers, Wm. Miley 
Roach, James M. 

235, 263 
Robbins, Ellen Brooks 
Robbins, Richard C. 
Robbins, Vernon A., Jr. 

Roberson, Stephen G. 
Roberson, Wayne J. 

287 
Roberts, Bruce D. 
Roberts, Jaaksi A. 

Roberts, Judith A. 
Roberts, John E. Ill 

Roberts, Janice Rae 

Roberts, John Randel 
Roberts, William A. 
Roberts, Wallace E. 
Robertson, Calvin T. 

Robertson, Edward H. 
Robertson, James Van 

Robertson, Lora Faye 
Robertson, Owen C, Jr. 

Robertson, Ophelia J. 

Robertson, Victor N. 
Robertson, William T. 

Robey, Robert Harvey 
Robinett, Jon Harold 



Robinett 

Robinette 

Robins, H 

Robinson, 

Robinson, 

Robinson, 

Robinson, 

Robinson, 

Robinson, 

Robinson, 



Sharon Dale 

Fred M. 
arriet V. 

Barry C. 

Bobby H. 

Charles W. 

Donald W. 

Elizabeth G. 

Gerald Hall 

George S. 



Robinson, Larry G. 
Robinson, Lawrence H. 
Robinson, Larry M. 
Robinson, Martha J. 
Robinson, Ronald L. 
Robinson, Ronald S. 
Robinson, Thomas M. 

Robinson, Wm. Edward 



503 
180 
426 
267 
455 
503 
426 
476 

503 
112 
,426 
476 
426 

476 

426 
476 
503 
192 
455 
268 
476 
503 

455 
277 
476 
503 

476 

292 
455 
427 
455 
296 
168 
,427 
455 

283 
427 
503 
117 
,427 

301 

503 

277 
455 
206 
476 

503 
427 
295 
427 
427 
277 
455 
503 
236 
427 
257 
476 

289 

455 

319 

476 
503 

427 
427 



503 
503 
503 
252 
427 



476 

243 

476 
257 
455 



Robuck, John H. 
Roche, Richard L. 
Rochester, Donald E. 
Rochester, Earle F. 
Rochester, Joseph R. 
Rockwell, Jeffrey C. 



Roddey, Michael Ellis 



176 
455 
219 



240, 295, 427 



Rodelsperger, Edward 
Roden, Harry Hays 
Rodgers, Barbara F. 
Rodgers, Carol T. 
Rodgers, Dawn Somers 
Rodgers, John H., Jr. 
Rodrigues, George C. 
Roebuck, Bill D. 
Roedersheimer, R. J. 
Roediger, Charles L. 
Roeser, John D. 
Rogers, Barbara Lynn 
Rogers, Dan Milton E. 

Rogers, Donald Ray 

Rogers, Edwin Bruce 
Rogers, Evelyn T. 
Rogers, Freida Jean 
Rogers, George M. 



503 
455 



455 
503 
427 
219 

427 
476 



455 
230 
503 
503 

476 

176 
455 



Rogers, Jacob Rhodes 

281,300,455 

Rogers, Jackie Thomas 268 
476 
455 
503 



Rogers, Phillip D. 
Rogers, Robert Eugene 
Rogers, Robbie Lynn 
Rogers, Timothy F 



Rogers, Virginia A. 
Rohde, Nathan L. 
Roland, Ralph D. 
Roller, Thomas B. 
Rollins, Steve E. 
Rollison, John Larry 
Romansky, John B., Jr. 

Rompala, John T. 
Roof, Ronald Wingard 
2 
Rooks, John M., Jr. 
Roper, Douglas P., Jr. 
Roper, Larry Charles 
Roper, Truman D. 

Rose, Bruce J. 
Rosebrock, Del A. 
Rosko, Michael Paul 
Ross, Donald Neal 
Ross, Danny Ray 
Ross, Gary Edwin 
Ross, Glenn Homer 

Ross, Harriet Lynn 
Ross, Jeffrey David 

Rostron, Patricia L. 
Rothwell, Stephen B. 
Rouse, Donna Ann 
Rouse, Rebecca T. 
Rowand, Thomas F. 

Rowell, Jeff Willard 
Rowell, Phillip James 
Rowland, David H. 
Rowland, Earle II 
Rowland, George C. 
Rozier, Donald Lewis 
Rubich, Edward M., Jr. 



109 
289, 427 
476 



503 
476 
503 
321 
503 



503 
503 
275 
427 

455 
503 
503 
503 

292 
455 
504 
116 
200, 476 
504 
504 
504 
504 
292 
427 
455 
476 

427 
504 

49 
54, 95, 427 



427 
476 



Rucker, Douglas R. 
Ruff, Faye L. 
Ruffner, James E. 
Rukat, Joseph Antoni 504 

Rule, Kathleen S. 476 

Rumfelt, Wm. Lee 476 

Rumpel, Charles H. Ill 51 

85, 287, 299, 476 
Rumph, Heyward Dale 251 
504 
Runion, James Bennett 504 
Rush, Bruce T. 
Rush, George D. Ill 



COMPLIMENTS OF 




FRED C. HENSLEY 

SPECIAL AGENT 

NATIONAL QUALITY AWARD WINNER 



NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 

1509 WELLINGTON DR. 

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 

OFF. 25658 

Res. 21625 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



IMPERIAL 

MANUFACTURING 

COMPANY 



CLEMSON, S. C. 




PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



Rush, William A. 
Rusher, Richard 

Russell, Barry Wm. 
Russ, David Wayne 
Russell, Donald E. 
Russell, Donald R. 
Russell, James III 
Russell, Stephen A. 
Russell, Wm. Bruce 
Rutherford, James M. 
Ruthland, Charles R. 

Rutland, Donald E. 

Rutland, David S. 
Rutskin, Peter Alan 
Rydarowski, Richard 
Rynkiewicz, Theresa C. 

Sabaitis, Joseph E., Jr. 
Sadler, Marion F., Jr. 
Sadowski, David L. 
Saggus, Patricia Ann 
Saitta, David Victor 
Salamony, James E. 

236, 257, 
Salmons, Thomas W. Ill 
Salters, Samuel A. 
Sammon, Gerard Paul 
Sammons, Melvin E., Jr. 
San Miguel, Barbara A. 
Sandberg, Steven A. 
Sanders, David M. 

Sanders, Darryl Paul 
Sanders, Eric Brooks 
Sanders, Guy S. Ill 
Sanders, John Lamar 

Sanders, James R., Jr. 

Sanders, Linda Beth 
Sanders, Michael R. 
Sanders, Rebecca L. 
Sanders, Wm. Henry 
Sandifer, Johnny B. 

233 
Sandifer, William P. 
Sandlin, Grace T. 
Sandri, Mark Gregory 
Sands, Robert Roy 

Sansbury, Willie D. 

Sansonetti, Eric J. 

Sarratt, Virginia D. 
Sartain, Kenneth W. 

Satcher, William W. 

Satterfield, Phil E. 
Sauls, Shellie McRoy 
Saunders, Alvin E., Jr. 
Saunders, Ralph J. 

Savage, Dorothy Ann 
Saverance, Jane A. 
Saverance, Jean M. 
Saverance, Laura G. 
Saverance, Wm. Dawson 
Savitsky, Ludmila A. 
Savitsky, Mark G. 
Sawruk, Steve D. 
Sawyer, Thomas W. 

282 
Sawyer, Ernest W. 
Saylor, Donald Carter 
Scanlan, Michael F. 
Scarborough, James W. 

184 
Scarborough, Robert L. 
Scates, Richard E., Jr. 
Scesny, Robert 
Schack, Richard G. 
Schaffer, James F. 
Schaffer, Norman C. 
Schechtman, Gary R. 
Scheid, Charles F. 
Scherler, William B. 
Schettino, James J. 
Schichler, Ernest A. 



427 
321 
504 
504 



427 
476 
476 

257 

455 
292 
427 
504 
504 
455 
504 



476 
455 
476 
504 
233 
428 
428 
504 

455 
504 
476 
243 
504 
455 
476 
455 
221 
476 
277 
455 
504 
504 
476 
504 
229 
428 
455 

504 
285 
476 
295 
428 
243 
504 
428 
230 
455 
271 
428 
476 
504 
476 
221 
428 
504 
476 
504 
504 
455 

476 

504 

219 

,455 

504 
504 
161 
,428 
504 
476 
455 



Schielke, Dale Roy 
Schilling, Frederick 
Schirmer, Elizabeth H. 
Schirmer, Frank B. Ill 
Schleig, John O., Jr. 
Schlupp, William 
Schmalz, Richard A. 

281 
Schmidt, Frank R. 

54,95 
Schmidt, Kenneth Wm. 
Schmidt, Robert C, Jr. 

296 
Schneider, Keith L. 
Schneider, Kenneth Wm. 
Schneider, Raymond H. 
Schofield, William R. 
Schoper, Gregory C. 
Schraibman, Julian S. 
Schreiber, Max Moise 
Schroff, Edward G. 
Schroeder, Richard H. 
Schulz, Howard L. 
Schulze, Harry S., Jr. 
Schumacher, Otto H. 
Schumacher, Susan 
Schumm, Wayne Herbert 
Schwab, David R. 
Scoggins, John Robert 
Scoggins, William H. 

Scott, Benjamin L. 
Scott, Charles Dukes 
Scott, Fredrick R. 
Scott, Hazel Elaine 
Scott, John D. 
Scott, Julius G., Jr. 
Scott, John Marshall 

Scott, Kerry Douglas 
Scott, Lizabeth Keith 
Scott, Malbee Russell 
Scott, Mary Seabrook 
Scott, Peter George 

Scott, Ronald F. 
Scott, Stephen Carlos 
Scott, Thomas B. 

455 
Scott, Thomas David 
Scott, Vera Ann 
Scott, Wm. Thomas 

Screws, Julia Carter 
Scruggs, Wm. Bryan 
Scurry, Thomas F. 
Seabrook, George W. 
Sears, Edgar Allen 
Sears, John Michael 
Sease, David Burton 
Seawright, Patricia A. 
Seawright, Stanley B. 
Seay, Martha Ann 

Seay, Wm. Jesse III 

93 
See, Robert Wayne 
Seegars, Pollianne 
Seel, Eulalie Y. 
Seeley, Patricia C. 
Sefick, Ruby P. 
Segars, John H. 

233 
Segars, John K. 
Segars, Robert M. 

Seigler, Charles W. 
Seigler, Sally Master 
Seijo, Charles Albert 
Self, William M. 

Selfridge, Jacqueline 
Sellers, Joseph W. Ill 
Sellers, Patricia Ann 
Sembos, Athanasios 
Semerjian, Robert J. 
Senn, Randolph E. 



455 
476 
428 



476 
236 
428 

49 
428 
455 

93 
476 
504 
455 
455 



428 
477 

428 
477 

477 
504 

504 
504 
180 
428 
504 
477 
428 
477 
428 
504 
285 
504 
477 
504 
455 
504 
321 
504 
504 
477 
299 
,477 

504 
300 
477 
504 
477 
477 
504 
477 
477 
477 
428 
455 
127 
477 
51 
,477 

504 

455 



172 
,428 
114 
172 
455 
428 



184 
455 
504 



Serrano, Leonardo 
Setchf ield, Terrance 
Settle, Hubert H. 



297 



271 
477 

Settle, John E., Jr. 115 

119,222,223,271,315. 

316,455 





Senn, Thomas Leonard 


272 


504 




477 


476 


Senn, Woodrow G., Jr. 


192 


428 




428 


428 


Sentell, Garland D. 


429 


428 


Seo, Aiko 





455 

504 
504 

504 
504 
263 
455 

301 

504 

Shannon, Kathy 117 

144, 146,504 
Shannon, Wm. Stephen 477 
Sharp, Charles W., Jr. 145 

504 
Sharp, Don C. Ill 176 

289, 295, 429 



Setzler, Frankie M. 
Seveno, Pierre Lucien 
Severs, John Melville 
Sexton, Carroll L., Jr. 
Sexton, Samuel B. 
Sexton, Wm. Edward, Jr. 
Seyle, Gary Eugene 
Shackelford, Charles 

Shackelford, S. B., Jr. 
Shannon, Douglas R. 



Sharpton, Robert C. 

Sharpton, Raymond D. 
Sharpton, Reginold J. 
Shaw, Jerrie Geel 
Shaw, Jerry Wayne 

Shaw, Randolph G. 
Shealy, Dennis G. 
Shealy, Donald Thomas 

Shealy, Grady Irby 
Shealy, James P. Ill 
Shealy, Mary E. 
Shealy, Sandra Maxine 
Shearer, Joseph S. 
Shearin, Arthur T. 
Sheedy, Raymond L. 
Sheetz, Frederick 

Sheffield, Michael L. 
Sheheen, Dale A. 
Shell, James T. 

Shelley, Dale Watson 

Shelley, Frank J. 
Shelley, Victoria E. 
Shelley, Willie C, Jr. 
Shelley, William D. 



176 
477 
504 
504 

321 
504 
504 
429 
287 
455 
477 
504 
505 
477 
429 



281 
505 
505 

295 
429 
295 
505 
477 
477 
477 
121 



221,230,300,455 



Shelly, James B. 
Shelton, Dora E. 
Shelton, Edgar Gene 
Shelton, Robert N. 

Shepherd, Glenn David 
Shepherd, Wm. Mason 
Sheppard, David C. 
Sheppard, Maurice A. 
Sheppard, Tom P. 
Sheppard, William M. 
Sherard, Wm. Hale III 
Sherer, John D. 



505 
429 
477 
317 
455 
455 



Sheriff, VictoriaS. 
Sherman, Larry Don 



Sherman, Robert R., Jr. 



505 
238 
277, 429 
505 
292 
477 
272 
429 



Sherratt, Peter E. 
Shertzer, Theodore P. 
Sherwood, George B. 
Shewfelt, Robert L. 
Shi, John Jin Jau 
Shick, Charles R. 
Shields, John P. 455 
Shinners, Arthur J. 
Shirer, Curtis A. 
Shirer, Heywood Obed 
Shirley, Charles G„ Jr. 

230, 233, 429 
Shirley, Edward L. 477 

Shirley, JohnS. 429 

Shirley, Sharon F. 429 

Shirley, Wm. Michael 257 

477 



455 
505 
477 



477 
429 
455 
229 



Shish, Paul Richard 
Shoaf, Larry Edgar 
Sholl, Steven R. 
Shorb, Gary Seymour 
Shore, Ann K. H. 
Shore, William A. 
Shotton, James F. 
Shouse, John F., Jr. 

Shuler, Baron Karl 
Shuler, Charles R. 
Shuler, Farley S. 

Shuler, George David 

Shuler, Hubert T. 
Shuler, Jon E. 

116, 172, 
Shuler, Jasper Wm. 
Shuler, Malcolm Duane 
Shuler, Ted Howard 
Shull, Thomas S., Jr. 
Shumpert, Joseph F. 

233, 
Shute, James Edwin 
Shuttleworth, David H. 

Sibley, Charles Acker 

Sibley, William M. 

283, 
Sidrony, Andrew G. 

Siebert, Michael C. 

Siedschlag, Everett W. 

Siegel, Edward C. 
Simmons, Barry B. 
Simmons, Carl Moses 
Simmons, John Mart, Jr. 

Simmons, Kenneth B., Jr. 

272, 
Simmons, K. Elizabeth 

Simmons, Nancy Faye 
Simmons, Richard Dean 
Simmons, Roger N. 
Simpson, Cheryl 
Simpson, David M. 
Simpson, Garland S. 
Simpson, Henry Glenn 

Simpson, Hoyle M. 
Simpson, James C, Jr. 
Simpson, Joseph H. 

115,226, 
Simpson, James M. 
Sims, Fayette L. 
Sims, Johnny Mason 
Sims, Mark Anthony 
Sinclair, Thomas L. 

Singh, Shiva Naik 
Singletary, Frank Joe 
Singletary, Glen E. 

281, 
Singletary, Robert B. 
Singletary, William J. 
Singleton, David Lee 
Singleton, Giles F. 
Singleton, Martha R. 
Sink, Robert Edward 
Sintal, Stephen 
Sistare, Raymond E. 
Skagseth, Sharon N. 
Skardon, Beverly Ann 
Skardon, Sara G. 
Skardon, William N. 
Skelton, Donald L. 
Skelton, Elizabeth J. 
Skelton, Linda Elaine 
Skidmore, Thomas Dee 
Skilton, Richard B. 

Skilton, Walter F. 

93, 296, 
Skinner, John E., Jr. 

Skinner, James Rex 

Skinner, Larry G. 



456 Skinner, Lester S. 
Skinner, Paul B. 

225, 229, 233, 277, 
505 Skipper, Lonnie Bill 





Slagle, Guy E., Jr. 


243 
430 




Slate, Donald A. 


176 


285 




430 


429 


Slaten, Buster Lewis 




477 


Slaton, Thomas Marion 


287 

456 


184 


Slaughter, Donald C. 


477 


456 


Sliker, Nancy Jean 


477 


245 


Sloan, Michael Joel 


505 


505 


Sloan, Paula E. 


121 




209 


.477 


51 


Sloan, Wm. Henry 


263 


429 




456 


505 


Small, Jessie M. 






Small, Ronald J. 


176 


505 


233, 246, 283 


,430 


456 


Smalley, Dan Ross 


505 


229 


Smalls, Max Gerald 


477 


429 


Smalser, Robert L. 


456 


505 


Smart, Rebecca Jane 


505 


300 


Smathers, Robert Todd 




505 


Smith, Allen Darby 


456 


271 


Smith, Ashby Kenneth 


430 


477 


Smith, Andrew P., Jr. 




246 


Smith, Bivens Adele 




429 


Smith, Billy Ben 




188 


Smith, Bruce C. 


505 


456 


Smith, Betty J. 




145 


Smith, Belton K. 


430 


477 


Smith, Clark A. 


430 


121 


Smith, Charles E. 


233 


456 


243 


,477 


505 


Smith, Clarence H. Ill 


477 




Smith, David B. 


48 


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505 


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117 


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188 


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477 


477 


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430 


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505 


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456 


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456 


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277 


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296 


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505 


505 


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Smith, Larry Julian 




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219 


Smith, Marion J. 


430 


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Smith, Mary Madeo 




505 


Smith, MilledgeS. 


51 


505 


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275 


Smith, Norman Keith 


505 


429 


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51 


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43 


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430 


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295, 
Smith, Roston M., Jr. 
Smith, Robert P. 
Smith, Roy Thomas 
Smith, Ronald Wm. 
Smith, Sally Ann 

Smith, Sanderlan C. 

Smith, Samuel E. 
Smith, Samuel Edward 
Smith, Sidney L. 

Smith, Sidney T. 
Smith, Thomas A. 
Smith, Thomas Burwell 
Smith, Theron Collier 
Smith, Thomas C. 
Smith, Thomas E. 
Smith, Tony Lee 
Smith, Thomas M. 

Smith, Terry S. 
Smith, Wayne Bryan 
Smith, Walter H., Jr. 
Smith, William J. 
Smith, Wade Monroe 
Smith, William R. 
Smith, Wm. Southwood 
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Smoak, Charles K., Jr. 

Smoak, David N. 
Smoak, Neil A. 
Smoak, Stephen F. 

Smoke, Wm. Alan 
Smoral, Vince Chester 
Smyre, Dane Ernest 
Smyre, William C, Jr. 
Smyth, Robert E. 

31 
Snead, Ann Rhyne 
Snead, James K., Jr. 

28 
Snell, Frederick J., Jr. 
Snipes, G. L., Jr. 
Snipes, Nancy C. 
Snoddy, Charles K. 

Snoddy, Jimmy D. 

Snoddy, John Drummond 
Snoddy, Robert H., Jr. 

225, 277, 
Snow, Doris Ann 
Snow, Marna Wood 
Snow, Ronald Lee 
Snyder, Michael Lee 
Snyder, Peter Fill 
Snyder, Robert F. 
Sobczyk, Rowena Gail 

277,441 
Sokohl, John Roberts 
Solomon, Alphonso 
Solomons, Algernon G. 
Sorenson, Donnie Ray 
Sottile, Charlotte L. 
Southerland, John I. 
Southers, Michael B. 
Southgate, George A. 

Souza, Thomas A. 
Sowell, Martin Eugene 
Spann, Samuel R., Jr. 

188 
Spanninger, Philip A. 
Sparks, Arthur G. 
Sparks, John Erston 
Sparks, Richard L. 

Sparks, Ronnie W. 

Speares, Scott B., Jr. 



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Spearman, Angelina 
Spearman, Brenda G. 
Spears, Ernest L. 
Speer, Jimmy D. 
Speer, Ronald E. 
Spell, Eugene Stanley 
Spells, Nathaniel 
Spence, Terrell P. 
Spencer, Frank W. Ill 
Spencer, James H. 
Spencer, Sidney W. 
Spencer, Wm. Alexander 
Spetnagel, Theodore J. 
Spires, Walter Price 
Spitz, William A. 
Spivey, Henry R. 
Spradley, Jerry Wayne 
Sprawls, Perry, Jr. 
Spreen, Raymon P. 
Sprouse, John Daniel 
Squires, Harold T. 
Stackman, Mary Ann 
Staedeli, Janet M. 

Stafford, Charles C. 
Stahlkuppe, Carol L. 
Stakeman, Kathe Lane 
Stancil, David Karl 
Stancil, Larry B. 

Standeffer, Joseph D. 
Stanek, Bernard J., Jr. 
Stanford, David J. 
Stang, Jack R. 
Stankiewicz, John Jay 
Stanley, Frank W., Jr. 
Stanley, John S. 
Stanley, Tad Allan 

Stanzione, Daniel C. 
Stanzione, Elizabeth 
Stanzione, Robert J. 



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Starling, Lynn B. 

Starnes, Josh Jeter 

Stavrakas, Nick Mark 

Steadman, Van Norman 

Stearns, Larry M. 

Stearns, Martha M. 

Stecher, Clark K., Jr. 

Steedly, Hampton B., Jr. 

299, 431 
478 
257 
431 

Steele, William J. 142 

238, 245, 431 

Steer, John Richard 164 

244, 269, 282, 478 



Steele, Clyburn Scott 
Steele, Ronald E. 



Stegall, Donald Terry 
Steigler, Harold J. 
Stein, Mary Susan 
Stein, John R. 
Steiner, Theodore H. 
Steinfeldt, Paul J. 

Stelling, Carl H. 

Stender, Louis Albert 
Stenstrom, Michael K. 
Stephens, Brenda G. 

Stephens, Carrol T. 
Stephens, David C. 

Stephens, Franklin J. 
Stephens, Llewellyn R 
Stephens, Ronald K. 

Stepp, Alan Michael 
Stepp, Benjamin R. 
Stepp, David Lewis 



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Stevenson, Pamela Y. 
Stewart, Arden Wm. 

Stewart, Charles D. 
Stewart, Carl Robert 
Stewart, Dwight L, Jr 

Stewart, Frederick M. 
Stewart, Grover C. 
Stewart, John C. 

Stewart, James M., Jr 

Stewart, Joan Moore 
Stewart, Michael T. 

Stewart, Robert L. 
Stewart, Tessa Leah 

Stickle, Rollin J. 

Stiegel, Russell E., Jr. 
Still, James Paul 
Stinson, Jack A., Jr. 

Stith, John M. 
Stith, Louis P. 
Stockman, Carol Ann 
Stoddard, Randall R. 
Stoddard, Wesley A. 
Stokely, Dave R., Jr. 
Stokely, Morgan M. 
Stokes, Eleanor M. 
Stokes, Edward R. 
Stokes, James Leonard 
Stokes, Richard C. 
Stoll, Charles V., Jr. 
Stone, Brice Morris 
Stone, Dudley D. 
Stoner, James H., Jr. 
Storen, Louis E., Jr. 
Storey, Wm. Alan 
Stout, James Robert 
Stout, Melinda Nixon 



Stepp, Richard Monroe 
Sterling, James M. 
Stevens, Constantine 
Stevens, Sandra Kay 
Stevens, William J., Jr. 

Stevenson, Charles E. 
Stevenson, Frances W. 
Stevenson, John A. 
Stevenson, James C. 



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Stovall, Joyce Ann 
Stover, Virginia Anne 
Strange, Ralph J., Jr. 
Strayer, Phillip N. 
Street, Frank R. 

Street, John Calhoun 

Streett, Charles W., Jr. 
Strehle, Frank E., Jr. 

Stribling, Eugene G. 

Stribling, Sam P., Jr. 
Strickland, Bennie 
Strickland, Cynthia D. 

Strickland, David E. 
Strickland, John G. 
Strickland, Monte 
Strickland, Watson S. 
Stroble, Michael D. 

Strock, Woodrow G., J 
Strom, Joel Allen 
Stroman, David R. 
Stroman, Richard L. 
Strong, Wm. Leroy 
Stroud, Jack Allen, Jr. 

Stroud, Lawrence E. 

Stroup, Karl F. 
Stroupe, Wm. Bruce 
Stuart, Martha A. 
Stuart, Wm. Robert 
Stuckey, Barbara B. 
Stuckey, Herbert E. 

Sturgis, Al Heyward 
Sturgis, Sallie Ann 

Sturgis, Wm. Gary 
Stutts, Herby Kay 
Stutts, Timothy W. 

Suber, Harry H. 
Suber, John F. 



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Suber, John Thomas, Jr. 
Suber, Thomas W., Jr. 

219, 
Sudasna, Na Ayudhya P. 
Suddeth, Howard Allen 
Suit, Tommy Scott 
Sullivan, Benjamin R. 
Summer, Joseph T. 

164,244,272, 
Summerell, George C. 

253, 
Summey, James Hampton 
Sursavage, James R. 

Susini, Dominic J. 
Sutherland, Danny Ray 

Sutherland, Richard H. 
Sutton, Cole Benjamin 

Sutton, Kathryn R. 
Sutton, Melinda Jean 

Sutton, Wm. Ray 
Svendsen, Virgil G. 

Swails, John M. 
Swanger, Danny H. 

287 
Swanger, James David 
Swardstrom, John W. 
Sweeney, Michael Lane 
Sweeney, Michael P. 

Sweeney, Stephen J. 
Swerling, Jack B. 
Swift, Betty Susan 



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Swink, Henry M. 

260, 282, 
Swink, Marion Gray 
Swofford, Joseph E. 
Syfan, James Daniel 
Szymkiewicz, Francis 

Taaffe, Charles P. 
Taggart, John L. 
Tahtagian, Pablo 

Takvorian, Kenneth B. 
Talbert, Christian D. 
Talbert, Edgar Leland 
Talbert, John N., Jr. 

Talbert, Robert James 
Talbert, Thomas W., Jr. 
Tallon, David Terrell 

Tallon, William A. 
Talmage, Thomas D., Jr 
Tamsberg, John B. 

Tang, Kamchuen Peter 
Tankersley, Joseph J. 

Tanner, George A. 
Tantillo, Thomas A. 

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Tarver, Wm. Byrd, Jr. 
Tasar, Murat Fehmi 
Tate, Gloria E. 
Tate, Larry Verner 
Tate, Michael V. 
Taunton, Richard T. 
Tawes, George Dana 
Taylor, Billy Askins 

Taylor, Charles D., Jr. 
Taylor, Douglas D. 
Taylor, David Elmer 
Taylor, Dan Wesley 
Taylor, Everett A. 
Taylor, Gerald H. 
Taylor, James B., Jr. 
Taylor, James G. 

51,85, 192, 235, 
Taylor, James W., Jr. 
Taylor, James Wilton 
Taylor, Larry C. 
Taylor, Louis Ervin 



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Taylor, Michael Wm. 
Taylor, Robert R. 
Taylor, Stanley D. 
Taylor, Stephen E. 
Taylor, Stephen Hoy 
Taylor, Thomas D. 
Taylor, Terry Wayne 
Taylor, Wm. David 
Taylor, Wm. Michael 
Taylor, Wm. Randolph 
Teague, Allen Long 
Teal, Richard D. 
Techamathavorn, P. 
Tedcastle, Robert A. 

Teeple, Elizabeth C. 
Templeton, Curtis 

Templeton, James L. 

Templeton, Roberts. 
Tennant, Jeffrey S. 
Tennant, Mark Harris 

Tennent, Charles H. 

Terry, Donald K. 
Terry, Mary Jane 
Terry, Ruth Ann 
Terry, Robert Cooper 
Terry, Wm. David 

Terry, William R. 
Tew, Lawrence R. 
Thames, Wm. M. Ill 
Theiling, Dale L. 
Theiling, Henry W.. Jr. 



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Thigpen, James C. 
Thigpen, Michael L. 
Thoma, Lawrence D. 433 

Thomas, Bernard C. 478 

Thomas, Charles M. 506 

Thomas, Craig M. 
Thomas, Clifton Wm. 
Thomas, David L. 
Thomas, Edward Marsh 
Thomas, Goodwin G., Jr 

Thomas, Harry Arthur 
Thomas, James E. 

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Thomas, Reuben S. 
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Thomas, Stephen C. 
Thomas, Virginia Ann 
Thomas, Wm. Anderson 
Thomas, Wm. Rutledge 



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Thomason, Robert M. 
Thomasson, Allison T 
Thompson, Allan J., J . 

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Thompson, Chas. Evans 
Thompson, David E. 478 

Thompson, David Frank 478 
Thompson, David W. 
Thompson, Edward H., Jr. 478 
Thompson, George G. 
Thompson, George W. 
Thompson, Jamesine E. 
Thompson, James M., Jr 
Thompson, James Wm. 
Thompson, Lee Grader 
Thompson, Larry S. 
Thompson, Marion C 



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478 
164 



Thompson, Philip C. 
Thompson, Ray Edward 

Thompson, Ray M. 
Thompson, Robert S. 
Thompson, Stanley H. 



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Thompson, Walter P. 
Thompson, Wm. Walter 
Thompson, Robert E., Jr 
Thomson, Wm. Ray 
Thorny, David Abraham 
Thorndike, Henry G., Jr. 
Thorne, Michael D. 
Thornhill, John G. 
Thornton, Jerry McD. 
Thornton, Robert R. 
Thornton, Sara M. 
Thrailkill, Wm. David 
Thrasher, Elizabeth C. 
Thrasher, Gloria J. 
Threatte, John W. 
Thrower, Ronald A. 
Thurmond, Claudia B. 
Tibbs, Harry David 



Her, Randolph M., Jr. 
Hey, Julia Wood 
Hey, Michael L. 
Ilirson, Michael L. 
Ilman, William G. 
Ilotson, Deborah R. 
Ilotson, Herman W. 
Ilotson, Ronald S. 
mmer, Wayne Francis 
mmons, Jerry R. 
mms, Charlene Marie 



Timpson, Gill D. 
Tindall, Donald J. 
Tindal, Wm. Burns 
Tinsley, David Earl 

Tinsley, Harry L. 
Tinsley, Wm. Wood 
Tipping, Steven B. 

Tipton, Ann Marie 
Tisdale, David Thomas 
Titus, Roger T. 
Tocci, Martin 
Todd, Albert C. 
Todd, Roberts. 
Todd, Charles McC. 

Todd, George Albert 

Todd, James R. 

25 
Todd, Jimmy Wayne 
Todd, Laura Jayne 
Todd, Murray Redmon 
Tolley, Charles R. 

23 
Tombes, Jane G. 
Tomioka, Masahiro K. 
Tompkins, David L. 

27 
Tompkins, Herbert P. 
Tompkins, James E. 
Toole, Milton A. 

275,313,31 
Toole, Susan Kaye 
Tooley, Belinda J. 
Tornstrom, John P. 
Torr, Kenneth A., Jr. 

Torrence, Alan K. 
Torrey, Wayne Douglas 
Tortora, Agostino P. 
Touchstone, Wm. Allen 

Toussaint, Peter 

Towery, Al McCurry 
Towery, Mark A. 

Town, John Raymond 
Townsend, Debbie I. 
Townsend, Edward C. 
Townsend, John F., Jr. 
Townsend, Ronald P. 
Townsend, Skippy J. 

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Trapnell, Jerry E. 



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Traynham, John David 
Traynham, Jerry Wayne 
Trembley, James M. 
Trevor, Katherine !_. 
Trexler, Caleb L., Jr. 
Tribble, Annie S. 
Tribble, Priscilla F. 
Trice, Nicholas Ray 

Triolo, Anthony Carl 
Triplett, Laurence E. 
Tripp, Sara Gene 

Tripp, Wanda Louise 

Trivelas, Chris N. 
Tropea, Lawrence C, Jr. 
Trotter, Mary Jane 

Troublefield, George 
Troutman, Chalmers E. 
Truett, Gary Ray 

Truluck, Bonnie Jane 
Truluck, Gerald L. 
Trythall, Kenneth H. 

243 
Trythall, Wm. David, Jr. 
Tsao, Shinq Jy 
Tsui, Charles L. 
Tubbs, Raymond Roy 
Tuck, James H. 
Tucker, David Albert 
Tucker, James W., Jr. 

Tucker, John Wotring 

Tucker, Richard M. 

Turbeville, William S. 
Turner, Adger Lee 
Turner, Calvin Cecil 

Turner, Danny W. 



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Turner 
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Turner 
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Turner 
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James C. 
James H. 
Joseph J., Jr. 

192,225 
John Parnell 
Joel W. 
John W. 
Lanny Earl 
Michael Leroy 
Richard M., Jr. 
Richard W. 
Thomas Klugh 
Timothy W. 



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Turner, Walley A. 

240,295,315, 
Turner, William H. 
Turpin, Danny L. 
Turpin, Frank H. Ill 
Tusso, Robert Joseph 

Tuttle, Diane E. 

Tuttle, Linda Cameron 
Twitty, Ronald David 
Tyler, Charlie E. Ill 
Tyler, John Timothy 
Tyndall, Susan R. 
Tyner, High L., Sr. 
Tyner, Joel O. 

Tyson, Carole Nan 

Tyson, Joseph S. 

161, 196.237 
Tyson, Stephen E. Ill 

Van, Allen William W. 



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507 
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Ur, Alexander III 

Urquhart, Colin James 
Usry, Stephen A. 

Valerio, Paul N. 
Valesky, Thomas C. 
Vallentine, Jack Gray 
Van Duyn, John W. 
Van Hook, Robert I., Jr. 
Vanhoy, Nancy Lynne 

285, 
Van Loon, Wilhelmus 
Van Osdell, Douglas W. 

Van Vokenburg, David 
Varady, Lewis David 
Varner, John T. Ill 
Vaughan, Charles G., Jr. 
Vaughan, James A. 
Vaughan, Michael A. 
Vaughan, Leslie G. 
Vaughan, Richard Carl 
Vaughan, Ted L. II 
Vaughn, Charlotte E. 
Vaughn, Frank R. 

Vaughn, James Wm. 
Vaughn, Kenneth S. 
Vaughn, Lud Wilson 
Veal, Charles David 
Vehorn, Daniel Leon 
Vehorn, James R. 

Velechenko, Andrew M. 
Venable, Joe Hudson 
Vento, Michael W. Ill 
Vernon, Jack Spruill 
Verross, Wm. Edward 

188,229,231,277 
Vick, George David 
Vick, John Peter 
Vick, William Larry 
Vignati, Joseph E. 
Violette, Dolores A. 

Visconti, Lawrence B. 

Vissage, James E., Jr. 
Vogel, Frank Howard 
Vogel, Harold C. 
Vogler, John Thomas 
Voiselle, Michael T. 
Vollers, Chas. T. Ill 
Vollherbst, Fred F 
Von Roemer, Arthur H 

Vroome, Ray L. 

Wackwitz, James H. 

Waddell, Douglas E. 
Waddell, John H. 



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Uller, Margaret Sara 229 

233,434 
Ullery, William G., Jr. 457 

Ulvedal, Svenn 435 

Underhill, Ronald R. 229 

457 
Unger, Lawrence Lee 507 

Upchurch, Billy T. 



Waddell, Timothy F. 
Wade, Connie S. 
Wade, John L. 
Waesche, Frank Shaw 
Waites, Terry Len 
Walcher, Allen Ralph 
Walden, Andrew R. 
Walden, Derryl L. 

Walden, William R. 
Waldrep, James E. 
Waldrep, Perry R. 
Waldrep, Samuel M. 

Waldrop, Harrell H. 
Walfield, Ronald A. 
Walker, Alton I. 
Walker, Bert Harold 
Walker, Davis Camp 
Walker, Dorothy E. 
Walker, Dorothy J. 
Walker, Douglas L. 
Walker, George D. 

Walker, Homer V. 
Walker, Jerry C. 
Walker, Jack O'Dell 



Walker, John Thomas 
Walker, James W. 
Walker, Michael L. 
Walker, Richard C. 
Walker, Robert D. 

Walker, Wesley F. 
Walker, Wm. Noel 

Wall, John 
Wall, James Harmon 
Wall, Wm. Timmerman 
Wall, Walter Virgil 

237, 240,271, 295, 
Wallace, Frederick L. 
Wallace, James R., Jr. 
Wallace, Tommy M. 
Walle, Warren R. 
Waller, Donald Neal 
Wallmo, A. Charles 

Walls, Faye Robertson 
Walser, James Lindsey 

Walsh, Dennis H. 
Walter, Alan C. 
Walters, James David 

Walters, Dibbon K. 
Walters, George G., Jr. 
Walters, Henry M. 
Walters, Johnnie J. 
Walters, Jack L. 
Walters, Lexie D. 
Waltman, George S., Jr. 

Wang, Kai Chia 
Wang, Lang Ruey 
Wannamaker, Rebecca C. 
Ward, David O. 
Ward, John R. 
Ward, Michael Carey 
Ward, Rembert Brien 

Wardlaw, David Allen 
Wardlaw, Robert S. 
Wardlaw, Wm. Guyton 
Ware, William S., Jr. 

51, 176, 235 
Warlick, Larry Edward 
Warlick, William M. 

Warner, Cynthia K. 
Warner, Gary R. 



508 
435 


Watson, William Ira 


257 

457 


435 


Watt, Lonnie Durell 


436 


435 


Watters, Douglas G. 


188 


257 


277 


457 


508 


Watts, James U. 




435 


Watts, Linda Ann 


436 


287 


Watts, Lawrence S. 


508 


508 


Watts, Patrick Robert 
Watts, Sanders J. 


508 




Way, Albert W. 


436 


479 


Weathers, Bob Young 


436 


219 


Weathers, Henry F., Jr. 


479 


457 


Weathers, Lawrence L. 


268 
508 


479 


Weathers, Peter D., Jr. 






Weathers, Terry Wm. 


508 




Weaver, Ernest Wm., Jr. 


457 


479 


Weaver, George R. 


436 


127 


Weaver, John Jacob 


479 


479 


Weaver, Lawrence E. 


457 




Weaver, Nelson Taylor 


180 


126 


251 


, 457 



508 


Warner, John Hampton 


-H. 292 


Warner, Stephen Dixon 


457 


Warren, Angus H. 




Warren, Emily B. 


250 


Warren, James Dyson 


508 


257 


457 


Waters, Charles Tutan 


160 




172,435 


Waters, James B. 


206 


Waters, Jerry Craig 


479 


Waters, John Michael 


508 


Wates, Julian R. 


435 


289 


479 


Watkins, David P., Jr. 


508 


Watkins, John Douglas 


479 


Watkins, Joyce L. 


435 


Watkins, Kathy Cheryl 


508 


Watkins, Mary Frances 


271 


Watkins, Thomas F. 


435 


Watkins, Walter J. 


457 


Watkins, Wm. James 


479 


Watkins, Walter L. 


435 


Watlington, Charles L. 


301 


Watson, Ben G. 


508 


Watson, Beverley G. 




Watson, Clyde Turner 


479 


Watson, Edward C. 




Watson, Emily Fay 


508 


Watson, Joseph P. 


479 


Watson, Lawrence R. 


479 






Watson, Mark Thomas 


435 


Watson, Paul C, Jr. 


164 


263 


435 


Watson, Roderick M. II 




Watson, Ronald R. 




Watson, Sherrill L. 


139 




224, 457 





508 
435 
435 
257 
479 
435 
508 
508 
435 
457 

184 

479 



435 
508 
188 
479 
479 
508 
479 
48 
435 

224 
435 
244 

508 

184 
457 
457 
225 
479 
176 
457 

457 

508 
114 
435 



508 
457 
457 
508 
508 
508 



176 
508 

508 
508 
479 
287 
436 

243 

436 

479 

48 

51 

479 



Webb, Guy R. 
Webb, Henry Michael 
Webb, John Wesley 
Webb, William D. 
Weber, Diane West 
Weber, William L. 

313 
Webster, William C. 

117, 180 
Weddell, Peter F. 
Weeks, Calvin R., Jr. 
Weers, Walter A. 
Weinbrenner, Thomas T. 
Weingartner, Karl 

Weinrich, Dale R. 
Weisensee, Frank J. 

Weisman, John K. 
Weiss, Robert Irwin 
Welborn, Barbara Anne 
Welborn, Julius W. Ill 

Welborn, Lynn Charles 
Welch, Fredrick D., Jr. 

287 
Welch, John Lewis, Jr. 
Welch, Robert L. 

Welch, Walter M., Jr. 
Wells, Charles M. 
Wells, Jerome Colvin 
Wells, John Keith 

Wells, James Larry 
Wells, James Liston 
Wells, Wayne Carter 
Welsh, Stephen Leigh 
Welsh, Thomas S. 
Wempe, Ralph Edward 
Wendt, James Robert 
Wennersten, Roberts. 

Wenz, Edward Allen 

Werblin, Robert B. 
Werner, Charles M., Jr. 

Werts, Richard B. 
Wessinger, John H. 
West, Arthurs. 
West, Eugene M., Jr. 
West, Virginia Lee 
Westbrook, James F. 
Westergaard, Andreas 
Westmoreland, John D. 
Weston, John D. 

Weston, Jeffrey M. 
Wetzler, Barry F. 

Whaley, George F. 
Whaley, Wilkie W., Jr. 
Wharton, John Earl 
Whatley, Keith W. 

Whatley, Pierce L. 

Wheatley, Robert C. 



457 
479 
277 
436 
109 
457 
479 
508 

457 
260 
436 
479 
321 
508 

479 
508 
126 
508 
479 
196 
436 
508 
300 
508 
436 

508 
295 
508 
508 
457 
479 
508 
457 
458 
458 

85 
479 

95 
458 
479 

51 
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479 
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Wheeler, George D. 

Wheeler, John Hugh 
Wheeler, James J. Ill 

Wheeler, John W. Ill 
Wheeler, Richard D. 
Whelchel, Don Vance 
Whelchel, George C. 
Whelchel, Kenneth E. 
Whetsell, David M. 
Whetstone, Charles Wrr 
Whetstone, Walter D. 
Whisenhunt, J. E. Ill 
Whitaker, Mary Agnes 
White, Bruce M. 
White, Charles G. 

White, Craig N. 



315 



White, Daniel R. 
White, David Vernon 
White, Exum Newby 
White, James R. Ill 
White, Katherine Ann 
White, Killough H. 
White, Marshall, Jr. 
White, Phyllis Ann 
White, Robert Bruce 
White, Ronnie Bouie 
White, Stephen H. 
White, Worthlyn Agnes 
White, Warren C. 
Whitehead, Joseph B. 
Whitehead, Wm. Kenneth 
Whitener, John Alan 

321 
Whitesell, Ralph E. 
Whiteside, Frank C, Jr. 
Whitfield, Harry H., Jr. 
Whitfield, Larry F. 

Whitfield, Michael L. 
Whitmire, Charles G. 
Whitmire, Robert C. 
Whitmire, Ronald Earl 

Whitney, Robert K. 

130 
Whitson, James E. 
Whitt, Raymond R., Jr. 
Whittaker, Charles B. 
Whittaker, David M. 
Whittenberg, Ezra V. 
Whittington, Forrest 

Wicker, David L. 

244, 273 
Wicker, Grady Daniel 
Wickham, John M. 

93, 287 
Wiechnik, Dennis M. 
Wielenga, Bob L. 

Wiggers, Daniel S. 
Wiggins, Donald A. 
Wiggins, James E. Ill 
Wiggins, Michael J. 
Wiggins, Mary K. 
Wiggins, Robert Lee 
Wiggins, Thomas Camp 
Wilbanks, Thomas E. 
Wilburn, William D„ Jr. 



295 
458 
480 
282 
436 

480 
480 

436 

508 
480 
436 
458 

164 
436 
301 
508 
458 



436 
508 

458 

480 
480 
508 
458 
508 
480 
436 

281 

508 
508 
480 

48 
436 
480 
480 
508 
278 
436 
115 
458 
480 
508 
458 
480 
155 
243 
480 
219 
437 
480 

49 
437 
437 
289 
437 
480 
480 
437 
437 
508 
480 
480 

184 
458 



Wilcox, Julie Anne 
Wilder, Robert L., Jr. 

1 
Wildes, Ellen K. 
Wiley, Richard Lee 
Wiley, Wm. Harvey II 

Wilfinger, Wm. Joseph 
Wilkerson, Douglas G. 
Wilkie, Henry M. 
Wilkins, John Lee 
Wilkins, Robert T. 
Wilkinson, Harold S. 

Wilkinson, Nancy S. 
Wilkinson, Robert M. 
Wilier, Jay Stephen 

Williams, Ann L. 
Williams, Andrew N. 
Williams, Alice R. 
Williams, Benjamin F. 

Williams, Charles A. 

Williams, David Allen 
Williams, David Frank 

Williams, Donna Sue 
Williams, Edith Wiles 
Williams, Hugh M. 
Williams, John Fred 
Williams, John K. 
Williams, Judith Lynn 

Williams, James N., Jr. 

Williams, James R. 
Williams, Margaret J. 
Williams, Melvin Z. 
Williams, Norman A. 

Williams, Norman F. 
Williams, Norman R. 
Williams, Olivia H. 
Williams, Robert H. 



liams, Russell S. 
Mams, Terry E. 
liams, T. Fleming 

iams, Travis Ted 

iams, William G. 
liams, Walter L. 
liams, Winnie V. 
liams, Wm. Wesley 
liamson, Darra D. 

115, 119,209, 
liamson. Gene R. 
liamson, George F. 
liamson, Howard D. 
liamson, Jas. E., Jr. 

iamson, James F. 

iamson, Joseph W. 



Williamson, Mary D. 
Williamson, Robert C. 
Williamson, Wm. Abner 
Williamson, Wm. P. 
Willingham, Thomas B. 
Willis, Linda Faye 
Willis, Perry D. 

295, 
Willoughby, Mitchell 
Wilson, Beth A. 



508 


Wilson, Bruce Robert 


480 


Witter, James Dee 


480 


Wyatt, Larry Walker 


257 


47 


Wilson, Carole Betts 


509 


Witter, Richard Byron 






458 


437 


Wilson, Charles B. 


437 


Wittschen, Dale A. 


116 


Wylie, Robert Scott 


431 


508 


Wilson, Candace Ellen 


480 




480 






508 


Wilson, Charles N. 


227 


Woerner, Glenn Alan 


509 


Yarborough, James A. 


168 


155 




437 


Wojeck, Geraldine A. 






438 


458 


Wilson, Donald Carson 


221 


Wolfe, Antoinette 


509 


Yarbrough, John McD. 


145 


480 


227 


458 


Wolfe, Michael David 


509 


317 


481 


508 


Wilson, Douglas Craig 


252 

458 


Wolper, Judith Carol 
Womack, Margaret T. 


458 


Yates, James R. 
Yauger, Raymond A. 






Wilson, Danny R. 


268 


Womble, Louis R., Jr. 




Yeaman, James C. 


509 


509 


Wilson, Elizabeth C. 




Womble, Marjorie A. 




Yeargin, Charles R. 


458 


147 


Wilson, Erica Jean 


480 


Wood, John Wilbert 


480 


Yeargin, Sandra Jean 


481 


458 


Wilson, Eros Wayne 


480 


Wood, Marshall B. 


509 


Yee, Charles Kein 






Wilson, Frankie D. 


437 


Wood, Pamela Anne 


509 


Yelton, Floyd E. 




480 


Wilson, Francis G. 


301 


Wood, Robert MacP., Jr. 


258 


Yerkes, Willett Lee 


509 


85 




437 


Wood, Richard Oeland 


480 


Yockey, Pamela A. 




458 


Wilson, Garland K. 


480 


Wood, Stephen Leroy 


458 


Yoke, William E., Jr. 


168 


458 


Wilson, Henry N. 


237 


Woodall, James M. 




235 


438 


480 




437 


Woodall, Nancy 




Yonce, Larry Eugene 


509 


480 


Wilson, Janice E. 


480 


Woodham, Andrew D., Jr. 


509 


Yongue, Charles C. 


260 


300 


Wilson, James L., Jr. 


301 


Woodham, Mildred A. 


458 




458 


437 


Wilson, Keith Maxwell 


509 


Woods, Aubrun III 


458 


Youell, Gary Dean 


509 


121 


Wilson, Liuedean L. 


480 


Woods, Clark E. 


438 


Youmans, James Edward 


509 


480 


Wilson, Nancy Lynn 




Woods, Forrest James 




Young, Darrell Moore 


287 


509 


Wilson, Perry Glenn 




Woods, Grover Lafoy 


458 




458 


315 


Wilson, Peggy Lynn 


458 


Woods, John A. 


438 


Young, Gary F. 




458 


Wilson, Prince Otto 




Woods, Nelson H. 


438 


Young, James Carl, Jr. 


458 


480 


Wilson, Ray L. Jr. 


458 


Woods, Norman H., Jr. 


438 


Young, James Eugene 


509 




Wilson, Richard 0. 




Woodside, Alice T. 


267 


Young, James Randall 


509 




Wilson, Richard P. 


480 




458 


Young, Larry C. 


176 


480 


Wilson, Robert R. 




Woodson, James D. 


480 




438 


509 


Wilson, Robert W., Jr. 


180 


Woodson, Nancy A. 


509 


Young, Mary Claudia 


438 


146 


292, 300 


,437 


Woodward, Richard H. 


438 


Young, Marlene E. 


481 


509 


Wilson, Stephen Dale 


509 


Woolbright, Deward B. 


243 


Young, Manley S. Ill 


114 


221 


Wilson, Thomas A. 


437 




509 


222, 223, 235 


438 


458 


Wilson, Thomas W., Jr. 




Wooten, Jack E. 


509 


Young, Otto James, Jr. 


509 


480 


Wilson, Waylon B., Jr. 




Wooten, Richard E. 


480 


Young, Philip H., Jr. 


509 




Wilson, Wm. Gaines 


480 


Wordinger, Robert Jas. 




Young, Patrick Lee 


224 


509 


Wimberly, Dennis Joel 


509 


Workman, Michael C. 


267 




509 


180 


Wimmer, Joseph R., Jr. 


509 




458 


Young, Richard Arlen 




480 


Winburn, John Dewey 


224 


Worley, Don Alan 


509 


Young, Tan Chung 








480 


Worsham, George F., Jr. 


121 


Young, Thomas B. Ill 




509 


Winburn, Michael S. 


172 


188,229,231,277 


,458 


Young, Thomas Oliver 


509 


437 




458 


Worsham, John Wesley 


277 


Young, Vivian Elise 


155 


174 


Wincott, Donald R. 


257 




480 




458 


437 




480 


Wray, Stephen G. 


480 


Youngblood, Cecil G. 


458 


509 


Windham, Larry D. 


509 


Wrenn, John D. 




Youngblood, James R. 




480 


Winfield, John H. 




Wright, Carol Ann 


481 


Younginer, Edward M. 


285 


480 


Wingard, Ronald A. 


176 


Wright, Clyde R. 


319 




509 


509 




437 




481 


Yount, David E. 


263 


437 


Wingo, Michael Bryant 


458 


Wright, Deborah M. 






438 


458 


Winn, Thomas Ralph 
Winning, Catherine D. 


509 


Wright, Diana Sara 


209 
458 


Youtz, Richard D., Jr. 


458 


509 


Winquist, Marina E. 


480 


Wright, James Earl 


481 


Zacharias, David C. 


285 


47 


Winston, Philip B. 


321 


Wright, Judith E. 


509 




509 


458 




509 


Wright, James G., Jr. 


458 


Zachary, Odell C, Jr. 


509 


480 


Wise, Andrew P. 


437 


Wright, James M. 


509 


Zambon, Carl Anthony 


20C 


437 


Wise, Janieth K. 


480 


Wright, Mildred A. 


481 




481 


480 


Wise, Larry Vernon 


480 


Wright, Mary Theresa 


481 


Zatezalo, George D. 


54 




Wise, Ronald K. 




Wright, Paul R. 


176 


Zeigler, Catherine J. 




458 


Wise, William H., Jr. 


267 




438 


Zdrada, Robert Allan 


50E 


180 




437 


Wright, Rosalind M. 


438 


Zepf, J. Robert 


481 


480 


Wise, Wm. Robert III 


458 


Wright, Sherry Helen 


509 


Zepke, Anne Louise 






Wisher, Ricky Arnold 


458 


Wright, Stephen L. 


289 


Zepke, Brent Eric 




458 


Wisinger, Conrad W. 


480 


Wright, Simeon P. 


438 


Zepke, Barry G. 






Withers, Thomas D. 


155 


Wright, Thomas H., Jr. 


184 


Ziegler, Gary J. 


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509 




509 


282, 300 


,438 


Zimmerman, Brian L. 


50S 


480 


Witherspoon, James H. 


258 


Wright, Wm. Goley 


481 


Zink, Edward Charles 


51 


480 




458 


Wrigley, Craig C. 


438 


93, 295 


,481 


244 


Witko, Andrew Fabian 


509 


Wu, Hsuan Wen 




Zipf, Carl Henry III 




437 


Witt, Leonard E. 




Wunch, James Wm. 


481 


Zukowski, Richard M. 




437 


Witt, Stephen Louis 


315 
509 


Wurtz, Thomas W. 


509 


Zupa, Ronald P. 


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Phone 803-794-2848 




[chrysler] 




BILL BALLENTINE 
MOTORS, INC. 

1201 N. MAIN ST. ANDERSON, S. C. 

DIAL 226-7251 




CHICOPEE MANUFACTURING 
COMPANY 

Division of Johnson & Johnson 
WALHALLA. S. C. 




OF COLUMBIA 



Congratulations to the 
Class of '69 

Belle's invites you to shop with confidence for the new and 
traditional ... in departments created for today's young 
people. 

Belle's Department Store 

1501 Main Street 

Columbia, South Carolina 




FOR 
THE 
GLOW 

OF 

GOOD HEALTH 

Drink 



'disto 



FARMS DAIRY 



Golden Guernsey Milk 



WOMETCO VENDING 
COMPANIES 



NORTH CAROLINA 
SOUTH CAROLINA 
GEORGIA 



Come Alive! 
You're In The 

Pepsi 



Generation! 




Terry Bottling Co. 

ANDERSON, S. C. 
Under appointment Pepsi-Cola Co., N. Y. 




COMPLIMENTS OF 



LOCKWOOD 

GREENE 

ENGINEERS 

INC. 



INTERSTATE HIGHWAY 8; 



SPARTANBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA 





Brown's Cycle Shop 


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Phone "24-HONDA" 


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2019 WADE HAMPTON BLVD. 


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GREENVILLE, S. C. 


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HONDA - BULTACO 




SALES - SERVICE - PARTS - ACCESSORIES 




BELL HELMETS 




Herman W. Brown, Owner 





SPECIALIST IN TRADITIONAL 
CLOTHING'' 

csLeed - UUriant, Jsnc. 

Lewis Plaza — Wade Hampton Mall 
Greenville, South Carolina 




DAVENPORT'S 
Mens Shop 





SERVING CLEMSON STUDENTS FOR MORE THAN HALF A CENTURY 



THE L C. MARTIN DRUG CO. 



CLEMSON 



SOUTH CAROLINA 



Harris Sporting Goods 




"THE SPORTSMAN'S CENTER" 

CLEMSON HWY. SENECA, S. C. 

Headquarters for Athletic and 
Sporting Goods 



things go 

better,! 

CoKe 




Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 



Anderson, 
South Carolina 



FOOD SERVICES AT CLEMSON UNIVERSITY 



Provided by 



A.R.A.-SLATER SCHOOL AND COLLEGES SERVICES 



"We Provide Food for Thought" 



Compliments of 



SINGER 



MOTOR PRODUCTS DIVISION 



Anderson, South Carolina 



What's new for tomorrow is at SINGER 
today! * 



A Trademark of THE SINGER COMPANY 




Coastal Life Has All Forms of 
Life and Hospital Insurance 

See Yellow Pages 



Jim Edens, Manager 

AGENTS 

Jerry Bailey 
Millard Reedy 
Larry Richardson 



Phone 654-3098 




WOODSIDE MILLS 



Offering careers in the textile industry as 
exciting and dynamic as tomorrow, Woodside 
Mills is looking toward the future. Pride in 
our textile history and confidence in job satis- 
faction, security, and prosperity are realities 
at Woodside. If you're interested in a reward- 
ing future, why not discuss it with us? 



Executive Office Building 

206 South Pleasantburg Drive 

Greenville, South Carolina 



YOUR DOLLAR 
BUYS MORE 

WITH 

ifEHEDCO 




Stehedco Quality Shuttles stretch your 
dollar. They are carefully designed and 
manufactured to give you: 

Maximum Efficiency 
Top Quality Fabrics 
Longer Life Expectancy 

Stehedco Sales Engineers are fully 
qualified to assist you in getting the 
best shuttle for your requirements. They 
are backed up by an experienced staff of 
design engineers and manufacturing 
personnel. Your shuttle dollars will buy 
more from Stehedco. 



STEEL HEDDLE MFG. CO. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 19132 GREENVILLE, S.C. 29602 

Other Plants and Offices: Gronby, Quebec, Canada 
— Lawrence, Mass. — Greensboro, N. C. — Atlanta 
Georgia _ Textile Supply Co., Dallas, Texas. 
Mfr. and Importer of Textile loom Harness Accessories. 

S-6707 



Everyone thinks we do something else. 



Fashion designers know us for 
our sportswear, double knit, 
menswear and rainwear fabrics. 
The housewife will probably tell 
you we're a drapery, slipcover 
and pillow manufacturer. 
Furniture manufacturers come 
to us for the highest quality 
foam cushioning. 

Ask a lithographer what 
Reeves does and he'll tell 
you we make compressible 
offset blankets. Most automotive 
companies will tell you we 
supply them with coated fabric 
diaphragms and polyurethane 
foam seat padding.The U.S. 
Army thinks we're in the 
portable landing strip business. 

Truckers specify tar- 
paulins made of our fabrics. 
Skiwear manufacturers know us 
for a coated fabric development 
that breathes. Converters ask 
us to do their fabric finishing. 

Almost everybody 
knows us for something special. 

If you want to work 
fora company that is known 
for quality products and 
service in many industries, 
drop a note about yourself to 
Mr.J.D. Moore, President. 

We'd like to make you a 
partof the"something else "team. 



REEVES 



Reeves Brothers,Inc.,1071 Avenue of the Americas,NewYork,NewYorkl0018, (212) 790-8600 



THE 
ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES 



OF 



SOUTH CAROLINA 



CONGRATULATE 



THE CLASS OF 1969 




AIKEN ELECTRIC COOP. 
Aiken, S. C. 

BERKELEY ELECTRIC COOP. 
Moncks Corner, S. C. 

BLACK RIVER ELECTRIC COOP. 
Sumter, S. C. 

BLUE RIDGE ELECTRIC COOP. 
Pickens, S. C. 

BROAD RIVER ELECTRIC COOP. 
Gaffney, S. C. 

COASTAL ELECTRIC COOP. 
Walterboro, S. C. 

EDISTO ELECTRIC COOP. 
Bamberg, S. C. 



HORRY ELECTRIC COOP. 
Conway, S. C. 

LITTLE RIVER ELECTRIC COOP. 
Abbeville, S. C. 

MID-CAROLINA ELECTRIC COOP. 
Lexington, S. C. 

PEE DEE ELECTRIC COOP. 
Darlington, S. C. 

SALKEHATCHIE ELECTRIC COOP. 
Barnwell, S. C. 

SANTEE ELECTRIC COOP. 
Kingstree, S. C. 

TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC COOP. 
St. Matthews, S. C. 



YORK ELECTRIC COOP. 
York, S. C. 




SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS! 



Looking for 
something off Hie 
beaten path? 



Then look at manufactured graphite— one of the lesser-known substances, 
though few can match its versatility. 

In graphite technology, many new worlds cry out to be conquered. For 
graphite has endless and growing uses— in making electric furnace steels and 
foundry metals, in molds and castings, in metal fabricating, in producing 
nuclear energy, in cathodic protection, in many chemical processes including 
chlor-alkali electrolysis, as a refractory, in rocket motors, and in countless 
other applications. No matter what your interest, graphite will lead you to it. 

With us, you will be a member of a closely-knit team, not just a digit. 
Responsibility and authority are quickly delegated as earned— and our steady 
rate of expansion constantly creates up-the-ladder opportunities. 

INTERVIEWS ON CAMPUS Consult your placement office promptly to arrange 
an interview date. A Great Lakes Carbon placement advisor will be on campus . . . 



Or, if you prefer, write in strict confidence to GRAPHITE PRODUCTS 

DIVISION, GREAT LAKES CARBON CORPORATION -to j. d. 

Fermoile, P.O. Box 667, Niagara Falls, N.Y. 14302 or to L. W. Harbison, 
P.O. Box 40, Morganton, N. C. 28655 or to P. A. Serchia, P.O. Box G. r 
Rosamond, Calif. 93560. 

We are an equal opportunity employer. 



LOOK TO 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

NATIONAL 

FOR ALL YOUR 

RANKING NEEDS! 

Checking Accounts 

Auto Loans 

Home Improvement Loans 

Travelers Checks 

Christmas Club 

Savings Accounts 

Personal Loans 

Night Depository 

Trust Services 

Safe Deposit Boxes 

BankAmericard 

There's an SCN office near you. 



S C N 



Since 
1834 



Member FDIC. 



POWER OIL COMPANY 

INC. 



POST OFFICE BOX 490 

ORANGEBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA 29115 

PHONE 534-5701 



Independent Distributors of Shell Petroleum Products 




We're 
Tuned In. 

With the now generation. In 

today's fast-changing textile 

marketplace, you have to be 

with it. 

At Springs, we make colorful, 

splashy prints for the discotheque 

and coffee house set. Psychedelic 

towels and sheets for the 

avant-garde. Bedspreads, blankets, 

carpets and kitchen cottons for the 

heartland of America. 

Want to be where the action really 

is? For information about a 

career in jet-age textiles, write 

Manager of Recruiting, Springs 

Mills, Fort Mill, S. C. 29715. 

An equal opportunity employer. 

Springs Mills, Inc. 



Headquarters: Fort Mill, S. C. /^S& 




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BEST WISHES 




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SONOCO PRODUCTS COMPANY 

General Offices and Main Plant — Hartsville, S. C. 

Branch Plants from Coast to Coast 

Subsidiaries — Canada, Mexico, Downingtown, Pa. 

Affiliates — England and Australia 



precision paper products since 1899 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 
CLASS OF 1969 




GEORGIA- PAC I Fl C 

THE GROWTH COMPANY 

WILLIAMS FURNITURE DIVISION 
SUMTER, SOUTH CAROLINA 29150 



Proudly Employing Many Clemson Graduates 



IRVING L. WILSON COMPANY 

THERE WILL ALWAYS BE SOMEONE TAKING YOUR MEASURE 
Some measures are taken with a tape but the more important measures of life are 
taken by the people who size us up, whether it be a sweetheart, a classmate, a son 
or daughter, or a prospective employer. There is always some keen eye, whether we 
know it or not, scrutinizing the dimensions not only of our physiques but of our 
minds, abilities and characters. 

Your training at Clemson has been designed to improve the dimensions of both your 
mind and character so that when you graduate it can be said that here stands a 
man ready and eager to shoulder the responsibilities which his particular talents 
and abilities qualify him to assume. 

We measure ROTC Cadets for uniforms. Our customers measure us in their appraisal 
of our ability to execute a uniform contract satisfactorily. It will be a never-ending 
effort on our part to keep our measurements good in the eyes of Clemson College. 

We salute the Graduating Class and wish you all Godspeed in your chosen field of 
endeavor. 



Irving L. Wilson Company 



One Highland Avenue 
Bala-Cynwyd, Penn*. 




When you are No.1 

in your whole State 



You work harder 
and produce 
a better product 




VROP Color 
VSpectacolor 



"In the whole of U. S. business, there has nev- 
er been anything quite like Stevens. Its 
uniqueness goes beyond being the world's 
oldest diversified textile company. (Stevens) 
. . . has shown the industry how to survive and 
prosper ... by adapting to the world's constant 
changes." 

FORTUNE Magazine 



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By meeting the challenge of change, J. P. Stevens & 
Co., Inc., has grown with America. And over the years, 
thousands of young people have grown with Stevens, 
building prosperous careers in a dynamic industry. 
Stevens is a young company ... in thought, in action 
and in personnel. Consider making Stevens your com- 
pany. Learn more about specific career opportunities 
with Stevens from your Placement Director or write: 

Industrial Relations Department 

J. P. Stevens & Co., Inc. 

The Daniel Building 

Greenville, South Carolina 29601 



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When 

a president 

prime minister, 

emperor, 

premier, 

shah, 

chief, 

pasha 

or 

king 
plays, 




it's usually with Dunlop. 



$>■ 



Everywhere in the worlds 
of golf, tennis, and tires 



DUNLOP Sports Division, Westminster, S. C. 



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Now 

that the 

professors 

are no longer 

around . . . 



problem-solving potential of Tanatex. 

As a matter of fact, the Tanatex continuing series of 
Technical and Procedure Bulletins is probably one of 
the most valuable post-graduate courses of study 
you can take. 

"Enroll" for it now. Drop us a card and we'll put you 
on the list to receive the Bulletins immediately. What's 
more, we'll send you a binder of the previous issues 
covering plant-proven formulae and procedures for a 
wide range of textile wet processing applications you'll 
be handling every day in the years ahead. 



TON/TTEX 

SYBRON CORPORATION 



TANATEX CHEMICAL CORPORATION /Chemicals for Difficult Processing / Page and Schuyler Avenues, Lyndhurst, N.J. 07071 



Whom do you turn to for help in solving problems? 
Well, if it's textile wet processing problems, put the name 
Tanatex down in your little black book. And don't 
hesitate to call for help as often as anything puzzling 
comes up. 

You're undoubtedly delighted at completing your 
formal education. And you have our heartiest congrat- 
ulations and best wishes for success. 

But now the serious education begins* — your 
discovery of the competitive, on-the-job facts of life. 
And you can make no better start than discovering the 

*That's why they call it "Commencement." 




DEVOE PAINTS AND VARNISHES 




Distributed by 

SULLIVAN HARDWARE COMPANY 

206-08 S. Main St. 
ANDERSON, S. C. 

Serving this section since 1885 



CHILL -CHEST, INC. 

WILLISTON, S. C. 




Manufacturers of 
CHEST FREEZERS 



A strong 
right 
arm for 
progress 
in our 
state 




RUSCON CONSTRUCTION CO. 



I EAST BAY STREET, CHARLESTON, S.C 



617 



FORT HILL 
NATURAL GAS AUTHORITY 



Serving Pickens, Oconee, and 
Anderson Counties 



EASLEY, SOUTH CAROLINA 



Robin Hood Wool Shop 



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COMPLETE WITH ALL KNITTING 
AND HANDWORK SUPPLIES 

Join Our Knitting Classes 



FORT HILL FEDERAL SAVINGS 
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 




CLEMSON, SOUTH CAROLINA 



For the Best in Banking . 



for fine eating . . . 
& banquet specialties 

Southerner 

Restaurant 

U. S. 123 




PRINTED AND BOUND BY THE R. L. BRYAN COMPANY, COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 



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CREDITS 



PROLOGUE 

copy 

C. DRAKEFORD 

photos 

TAPS Staff 



BEAUTIES 




photos 


collage 


P. LEVINE 


L. BETHEA 


B. YARBOROUGH 


J. JACQUES 


B. ELLIS 


T. POPE 


A. HODGES 


D. TERRY 


D. NUSBICKEL 




A. JOLLY 






DIVISIONS 

C. GILLESPIE 

A. HAVENGA 

B. KORETZ 

C. WINNING 



SKETCHES 

J. HEMPHILL 

ENDSHEETS 

D. WILLIAMSON 



COPY 

features 

C DRAKEFORD 

sports 

J. ALFORD 

faculty division 

P. SNYDER 

epologue 

B. YOKE 

J. STEINFELDT 




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EPILOGUE 

A year closes at Clemson University leaving memories of games, dances, 
parties, books, guizes, and college life. Ours is a small world bound in tradition 
and small town influences. But what of the rest of the world and the role we 
must assume? 

Students at Columbia University, San Francisco State and other colleges in 
America and abroad are striking and rebelling. Their tactic are often shocking, 
their demands sometimes weak, and their efforts taken advantage of by extremist 
groups. But, the basis of these demands is sound. 



Students are realizing that they themselves make a university grow and 
prosper with their money, minds, work and involvements, yet they have the least 
influence on policy and administration. The universities that are now allowing 
students to be more involved in policy and administration in rational and just 
ways Qre rising above the rest. 

Last spring, students involved themselves deeply in American politics. They 
supported and worked for Eugene McCarthy and Robert Kennedy. Their efforts 
were instrumental in Lyndon Johnson's demise. Their ultimate goal, however, was 
not fulfilled because of an assassin's bullets and a political party's strong arm 
machine. Their dreams shattered, young Americans wondered why some hate 
and others abuse their system. Now many are involved in trying to change that 
system. 

From every part of our nation, students are being called to fight in a foreign 
war. Some have fled, other refused to go, others have gone despite their 
beliefs, and still others have gone anxiously to a cause they thought just. Which 
of these are the heroes? We must guestion this war and those who have taken 
a stand in any way. We must guestion any leader who discusses the shape of 
the table while we die. If these questions can be answered, our entire nation's 
course may be changed. 

A new president has asked us to speak softly with reason and conscience. 
To reason, one must question and seek answers to real problems; one must seek 
involvement on an individual basis in problems of major scale. In an hour of 
greatest glory three Americans circled the moon and thanked God for their 
achievement; but we as students must question even God and find answers for 
ourselves. 

We leave our small world armed with a diploma bound in purple construction 
paper and the memories of many happy times. We must enter a larger world of 
greater conflict and problems. Resolving these conflicts in our own minds, each 
of us as individuals must take a stand and assume a responsible role in order to 
justify our already questionable existence. 



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Tigers Have Wind, 
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tJiiK ^ilSXtti-M We are all in the gutter, but some 

of us are looking at the stars. 

— Oscar Wilde 




poes it really work? L|TTlEJ0HN C0l|SEUM 

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$3.00 Couple Adv. 

"Up, Up, And Away" 



Some people have a hard time 
communicating with youth. 



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The students gathered for 
the rally at 8 p.m and were led 
by head cheerleader Crave 
Cherry in the traditional 
cheers and yells. Following 
the pep rally the students are 
expected to pool the cheerlead- 
ers and they did just this. Some 
mischievous students though, 
had poured a thin layer" of 
gasoline on the pool and it w as 
ignited just as the cheerleaders 
hit the water. 

j J Services willjjfijield Tues- 
day in the chapel on the 8th 
level of the student center. 



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F err ante And Teicher 



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HELP WANTED 



Sororities 
Hold Rush 



Haircut Reflects Stuc OL Defiance 

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Student Body President Tim 
Rogers has been convicted by 
High Court on a charge of "a 
lewd and/or obscene act" and 
sentenced to a written repri- 
mand with a recommendation 
that the sentence be suspended. 



Tiger ama Is A Clemson Ty 



Clemson Adds Policeman 



udent Government - ■ Farce 

Swimmers Rout Davidson; 





iiber Snowfall 

Tiger Brotherhood Initiates 



Mark Time, March 

* UPSTAIRS at the STUDY HALl 



ive Thomas is beginning to shoot like his 
es knew he could... Ronnie Yates is imp 

ame by game, and Curt Eckard has bee 
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fee ■ 



Perhaps 1969 is the year for edu- 
cation. 



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Catoe Moves In For Kill 



186 Rushees Get 




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Where the Blue Ridge yawns its greatness. 

Where the Tigers play; 
Here the sons of dear old Clemson, 

Reign supreme always. 

fc £ JERRY BUTLER S The Good Earth 



3RAZIER BURGERS 



The ACC Week ThatWas 




CU Competes 

U'rrli W Groups Help With Christmas Seals 

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rank Call Halts Classes 




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Hon 

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;y victory in the mock election conducted 
by the Executive Research Committee 
nt Government. Twenty-eight per cent 
;udent body voted at the booths sei^up 
ggia and women's dormitories. Here are 
its of the election. -».' . 



SCHOOL SPIRIT 



SDARP MEETING 
Students for Dynamic Ac- 
tion and Revolutionary Pro- 
teat will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. 
behind the Old Library. If the 
weather is too bad to meet out- 
side, the meeting will then be 
moved elsewhere All mem- 
bers and other interested stu- 
dents are urged to attend. 



lose who continue to refuse to 
listen to the complaints of a minor- 
ity, those who attribute discontent 
to a minority of students and those 
who place capitalistic gains and po- 
litical power above human rights 
are just as much a threat to democ- 
racy as are the brick-throwing rad- 
icals vent on destruction. 



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