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THE CLEMSON 
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HOW IT WORKS 



Two . bits. Four bits. 

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Settle for 4 and 6? 

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ANNUAL PUBLICATION OF 
CLEMSON UNIVERSITY 

JOHN SETTLE 
Editor-in-Chief 

AL JOLLY 

Editor of Design 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



FEATURES 

BEAUTIES 

SPORTS 

STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

ACTIVITIES 

GREEKS 

ORGANIZATIONS 

ADMINISTRATION 

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13 Alabama 


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BASEBALL 
1969 RESULTS 



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1969 RESULTS 



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5 East Tennessee 
7 East Tennessee 
3 Ohio 
5 Ohio 

5 Virginia Tech 
5 Virginia Tech 

18 Kent State 

5 Kent State 

6 Kent State 
Massachusetts 
Massachusetts 
Buffalo 
Buffalo 
Buffalo 
Georgia 
Furman 
N. C. State 
N. C. State 
North Carolina 
Duke 

Wake Forest 
Wake Forest 
Georgia 
Virginia 
Virginia 
Maryland 
South Carolina 
Florida State 
Florida State 
Georgia Tech 
Jacksonville 
Furman 

South Carolina 
South Carolina 
Davidson 
Wake Forest 
Duke 

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North Carolina 
North Carolina 
Virginia Tech 
Virginia Tech 
Virginia 
Maryland 
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70 North Carolina 

65 East Tennessee 

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36 North Carolina 

26 Virginia 

47 Maryland 

58 Emory 

58 Appalachian State 

62 West Georgia 

50 Walce Forest 

46 South Carolina 

36 William and Mary 

41 Old Dominion 

73 Georgia Tech 



TENNIS 
1969 RESULTS 





rginia Tech 
Southern Illinois 
Tennessee 
Duke 
Toledo 
South Carolina 

7 The Citadel 
Illinois 
Harvard 
Columbia 
Virginia 

8 Maryland 
5 Georgia Tech 
7 North Carolina 

Wake Forest 
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SOCCER 

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1 Maryland 

Virginia 

3 Warren Wilson 

2 Emory 

1 U.N.C. 

2 The Citadel 
Duke 

5 Furman 

4 Georgia State 
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2 N. C. State 

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DEBBJE COURSEY 
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Wade McManos 






Dennis Chandler 


Rick Medlin 






John Coalcley 


Gary Mitchell 






Edward Collins 


Andy Moore 






Alan Demarest 


David Mullis 






Walter Dixon 


Charles Nelson 






George Ducworth 


Richard Orne 






B. B. Elvington 


John Oxford 






Mike Faer 


Raymond Pettit 






Charles Foster 


Sarfaraz Rahim 






Richard Furst 


Lee Rayburn 






Robert Garces 


Donald Russell 






Allen Gerhardt 


William Seay 






David Hall 


John Severs 






Randy Harvey 


Walter Stilton 






Jack Hill 


Eugene Smith 






Edward Holland 


Kenneth Smith 






Paul Holzshu 


Frank Strehle 






Roy Jones 


Dave Volkenburg 






Nick Kelaidis 


James Wackwiti 






Don Kelley 


Calvin Weeks 






Jack King 


Chuck Werner 






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Rick Young 






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P. WEE GREENFIELD 

Head Track and Cross Country Coach 

DUANE BRULEY 
Head Tennis Coach 

BOB JONES 
Head Golf Coach 

CARL McHUGH 

Head Swimming Coach 

IBRAHIM M. IBRAHIM 
Head Soccer Coach 



CLEMSON 
VIRGINIA 



21 
14 



A nervous Tiger waits and wonders . . . Suspense 
. . . "We've been building" . . . Virginia sounds 
tough . . . First time out for the youngest Tiger 
team in a decade ... A wet day and Virginia wilts 
as Clemson draws first blood . . . Sophs look good 
. . . the ball came loose more than once . . . Agile 
Cat . . . Clumsy Cavalier with a gross greeting . . . 
Cavaliers make mistakes . . . Kendrick shows class 
. . . Three aerial TD's . . . Southerland, Watts, 
Watson, Kitchens . . . Tiger defense shows no 
doubt . . . Key interception by Larry Hefner . . . 
Tommy Kendrick to Charlie Waters for 49 yards 
and seven points . . . Tigers execute well . . . 
Fourth quarter heroics put things on ice . . . Ray 
Yauger gets fourteen points . . . Frank gets number 
1 62 and I I in a row against Virginia . . . "We're 
built" . . . They beat us in the stats, but there's 
only one stat that counts . . . 2 I - 1 4 . . . The dandies 
have fallen and the Tigers march on Georgia. 






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Victory was sweet, can it continue against the 
7th ranked Dogs? . . . Home is Death Valley . . . 
"We've improved a great deal over last week" 
. . . Last week, we won . . . Georgia rolls behind 
Mike Cavan . . . Dogs show an intimidating de- 
fense . . . Kendrick gets hot with 225 yards and 
20 completions ... to no avail . . . Waters shows 
his talent as a receiver . . . Cavan drops two big 
bombs . . . Georgia's secondary superb . . . Dennis 
Hughes and Charles Whittemore snag Bulldog 
scores . . . Dooley's boys cash in on six Clemson 
bungles . . . "You can't make mistakes against a 
team like Georgia" . . . SEC is still taboo . . . when 
will it all end . . . What? A shutout? ... the worst 
home defeat in history . . . "We're going to get 
better" . . . Kendrick is going to be a great 
quarterback . . . Promises . . . 30-0 and on to 
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GEORGIA TECH 10 



Grant's tomb . . . the 24-year-old jinx . . . 
Howard's personal Hell-Hole . . . the Jackets score 
first ... a 54-yard field goal for Duncan ... a 
47-yard interception return for Ford . . . the Jinx 
holds at half-time, 1 0-0, Tech on top . . . our boys 
have enough to come back . . . Kendrick passes to 
Yauger . . . now 1 0-7 . . . the defense slows Tech 
down . . . Waters makes a sensational catch at 
the three . . . Kendrick to Yauger again . . . now 
I4-I0 . . . one quarter to go ... an irrepressible 
defense ... a magnificent game by Yauger . . . 
Craig picks off a mid-air fumble, returns to the six 
. . . Ray bulls over for his third TD ... a largely 
disbelieving throng of 50,224 fans . . . "We broke 
the Jinx!" . . . the frustration is over . . . one of 
Frank's most treasured victories . . . Yauger picks 
up I46 yards in 23 carries . . . "If our boys believe 
in themselves we can win again" ... a War Eagle 
looms overhead. 




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CLEMSON 



The proud Clemson Tigers . . . the potent Auburn 
Tigers ... a good first quarter . . . then, disbelief 
... 23 points in six minutes . . . it's gonna be a 
long day . . . four interceptions ... a lost fumble 
. . . penalties . . . Auburn adds 21 more in the 
third quarter ... a mismatch before 38,000 fans 
. . . Sullivan, Beasley, Frederick ... as easy as 
pi ... an overpowering Auburn defense . . . 
Clemson never gets out of its own territory . . . 
Auburn scores only once in the fourth quarter ... a 
Tiger miscue tells the story . . . Clemson manages 
94 offensive yards . . . Auburn gets 358 . . . the 
fifth worst defeat in Clemson's history . . . "We 
did a pretty thorough job of messing up" . . . 
Cassady and Elvington, the only bright spots . . . 
back to the ACC next week . . . Wake's a pretty 
tough team ... we can bounce back. 




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WAKE FOREST 14 

The Tigers welcome themselves back to the 
friendly folds of the ACC ... no future in playing 
with the SEC, you could get burned . . . Sutherland 
will not play . . . Medlin rambles until he is injured 
early in the second period . . . Deacs muff an on- 
sides kick . . . Yauger draws first blood . . . Kendrick 
has his man again . . . Mayer stars at defensive 
end . . . Deacs tie it up 14-all by halftime . . . two 
Clemson TD's late in the 4th quarter . . . great 
blocking in the line . . . Ray rambles in with 2:39 
left . . . Barnette ices the Homecoming cake . . . 
conditioning pays off . . . Tiger's drive stays alive 
with Kendrick, Yauger, and Anderson . . . Sur- 
savage snags crucial fourth down pass . . . Yauger 
crashes for 202 yards in 36 carries . . . outstanding 
. . . "Wake was tougher than we'd figured, but" 
. . . Bamas boys are coming to town . . . the Tide 
is hungry after dropping two straight . . . bring on 
the Bear. 




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A nippy October afternoon ... "I want to beat 
my old buddy, Bear, in the worst way" . . . Ala- 
bama, twice defeated . . . Bama's down, but not 
for long . . . Clemson kicks off and Scott Hunter 
goes to work . . . Bama is back . . . Yauger has 
moments of greatness, but for nothing . . . the 
Tide is resurrected in Death Valley . . . Alabama 
28 and Clemson hasn't scratched . . . Kendrick to 
Yauger and the Tiger roars, softly ... a scoreless 
third quarter . . . Can you dig it? Yeah, we can 
dig it! We're Alabama ... a 36-yard ramble by 
Tolley ... 10 receptions by Waters . . . but mis- 
takes count too ... 5 fumbles ... an interception 
. . . Alabama scores 10 more . . . the Bear's 1 00th 
victory with the Tide . . . they're a good team, not 
a great team . . . what about us? . . . Clemson 
is 3-3 . . . next Saturday, the Tigers and the Terps 
. . . always tough against us . . . it'll take 100 
per cent. 




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CLEMSON 




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Third week at home . . . come-back time after 
a disappointing loss to the Bear ... an ACC title 
taunts the Tigers . . . rain, and history repeats 
itself . . . Clemson scores on its first two possessions 
. . . Kendrick to Waters sets it up . . . Barnette 
hits one for the ACC field goal record . . . Mary- 
land's six muddy mistakes ... 5 fumbles . . . 
I interception . . . Tiger defense stars Sutherland, 
DePew, Henry, and Hefner . . . victory has no 
discomforts . . . Terps sucker for razzle-dazzle . . . 
who ever heard of a double reverse? . . . third 
quarter safety . . . 408 easy Clemson yards . . . 
Maryland held to 61 on the ground . . . the Tigers 
score in every possible way . . . Dale Henry makes 
it two in a row for Defensive Back honors . . . two 
out of three in the Valley ... the ACC record 
clean at 3-0 . . . ahead, a three week road-trip 
. . . the Tiger stalks easier now ... in Durham, a 
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CLEMSON 

Hit the road . . . "We could win these last three 
as easily as we could lose them" . . . this boy, 
Hart . . . some of the best practice sessions we've 
ever had ... a nine-point Tiger lead dissolves 
after the first quarter . . . Blue Devils Zwirko and 
Capellano star . . . Duke execution superb . . . 
Barnette gets two three-pointers . . . LEO HART 
. . . incomparable . . . Don Kelley shows his stuff 
with a Duke receiver . . . Blue Devil defenders sew 
this Tiger up . . . two Tiger fumbles and three inter- 
ceptions . . . yeah, we've been that road before 
. . . "We just didn't react very good" ... we 
looked pretty good on paper . . . Kendrick passes 
for 239 yards and 3 TD's ... the Tigers are stunned 
... a title drifts further away . . . but it can be 
done . . . hope for the next two . . . attitude . . . 
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Time to bounce back again . . . this one for the 
crown . . . Attitude check ... the Heels score 
quickly . . . Kendrick to McMakin for 7 and a two- 
point conversion follows . . . Clemson suffers 
through Tar Heels' Don McCaulley and John Swof- 
ford . . . Gilstrap gets 7 . . . Another near miss 
... a new record — for mistakes that is ... 5 
interceptions and 3 lost fumbles make this story 
sound like a nightmare . . . Waters is gone with a 
shoulder injury . . . Ray Yauger gains 74 yards for 
a losing cause . . . two straight losses to ACC 
foes . . . unheard of ... a game and a title . . . 
the 'Cocks have the crown but not the Tiger . . . 
not yet . . . The Baron muses and counts his chickens 
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The only one that counts . . . the Tigers have 
practiced in silence this week ... a title down the 
drain, but still a chance for glory . . . the Cockpit 
overflows . . . Carolina scores on its first three 
possessions . . . looks like another long day . . . 
down 17-0, Clemson grabs the momentum ... a 
blocked Carolina punt . . . Yauger rambles in un- 
touched for seven ... 17-14 at the half . . . 
Warren Muir . . . "He left bodies all over the 
place" . . . missed tackles . . . disgust . . . Tiger's 
momentum seeps away in the second half . . . Suggs 
to Holloman for a score . . . Clemson threats stifled 
by mistakes . . . Dave Thompson and Tommy 
Kendrick are the Tiger standouts . . . only a few 
bright spots ... a proud Tiger bleeds and settles 
back for a long hard winter . . . rumors of a re- 
treating Baron ... a good year for a young team 
. . . NEXT YEAR . . . the magic words. 




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Zat, the ACC's leading scorer . . . Mahaffey's back 
... we played well against UNC . . . Latin's quite 
an asset . . . Pistol Pete gets 49 in Charlotte . . . 
the Tigers are stronger . . . Foster plays his best 
ball . . . Dave Thomas, a smooth shooting south- 
paw . . . disappointment against Maryland ... a 
comeback against Tech . . . the Tigers improve 
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Rick Gilstrap, Don Wiggins, Winston 
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Dale Henry, Jimmy Barnette, Charl .. 
Waters, Sonny Cassady, Chuck Werner, 
Rick Eyler, Don Kelley, Pete Galuska, 
Dean Feaster, Jack Anderson, Brad 
O'Neal, Dwayne Windham, Pat Shealy, 
John Shields, Bobby Jamison, Rick Med- 
lin, Lee Haddock, Earl Gilstrap, Ray 
Yauger, Rick Bukowsky, Gary Compton, 
Charlie Tolley, Henry Walters, Larry Law- 
son, Mike Newell, Bob Craig, Jewell 
McLaurin, John Fulmer, Roger Owens, 
Charlie Cauble, Dave Thompson, Dave 
Farnham, Ben Watson, B. B. Elvington, 
Lake Jameson, Dave Kormanicki, Larry 
Hefner, Tom Talmage, Grady Burgner, 
Paul Shish, Gerry Hough, Chris Crabtree, 
Charlie Caldwell, Randy Harvey, Tappey 
Squires, Bill Depew, Waldo Watts, Moe 
Todd, Jim Dorn, Jack King, Ronnie J$$ 
chens, Stan Hopkins, Ralph Daniel 
Strayer, Jim Sursavage, Jimmy TrembhM 
Eddie Sink, Jackie Smith, Oscar ^^Jrter./gJ 
John McMakin, Don Ethredge, Josh ScV' . 
neider, George Ducworth, Ivan iouth 
land, Larry Bell, Fred Milton, &£& Le 
ter, Charlie Mayer, Wayne 
Harrelson, Dave McMahan. 



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Dickie Foster, John Coakley, Dave Thomas, 
Ronnie Yates, Richie Mahaffey, Greg 
Latin, Pa ul Holzshu, Butch Zatezalo, Pete 

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Holland, Steve Kuester, Craig 
Tommy McDaniel, John Stanley, 
Williams, Dave Van Volkenburg, 
Yerkes, Rick Needham, Mike Gil . 
Gerhardt, Alan Demarest, Laval 
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Rick Albers, Steve Barton, Dennis Chand- 
ler, Sam Cheatham, Josh Collins, Roger 
Collins, Don DuBose, Dickie Foster, Richie 
-forrt; Dave Ha4l, Jason Hill, Jack 
man, Kit Jackson, Trip Jones, Don Ki 
Keith Lake, Phil Legnetti, Tom Leonard, 
Lowry, Richie Mahaffey, Charlie 
Mayer, Doji Morgan, faul Myers, John 
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Smith, Tommy Smith, Ivan 
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Suber, Robert Hawthorne, Bud Zipf, Don 
Liberty, Walter Smith. 



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CABINET 



Let's all jump on the bandwagon . . . lightning 
pulled it out of the window . . . the Tiger will crucify 
us ... as usual . . . two fabulous girls and a great 
Miss Clemson Contest — in spite of the rain . . . how 
much money is left, Rowena? . . . how many replies 
did you say you received, Mark? . . . drawn out 
meetings ... we cannot satisfy everybody every 
time . . . charge it, LaVerne . . . Dig-In . . . Dug- 
Out? . . . Boycott, much help, tremendous success 
. . . anybody got a report? . . . Gary, Laugh-In 
liaison . . . $1,000 for SCSSL? ... you bought 
those rats three kegs of Blue-what, Judi? . . . 
"Homecoming Headaches" by B. Broome . . . why 
don't we really hang him . . . Moonlighter Mike . . . 
file it under number 13, Jay . . . what were you 
doing in the mountains anyway, Cline? . . . those 
rats, again . . . give 'em hell, Skippur . . . Janie and 
the open dorms committee . . . watch where you 
step in this pasture, gang ... we really blew our 
chances of getting even with Hunt . . . write them 
again, Godfrey . . . Danny, the bandwagon master 
. . . the executive branch of student government — 
the most important a tremendous start this year . . . 
leadership . . . pseudo-politics ... a difficult task 
. . . not much help . . . too much harsh criticism . . . 
a group of fallible humans . . . striving for per- 
fection, but subject to err. 




TERRY CLINE 



TED GODFREY DANNY HUNT 




JUDI KOSSLER BUDDY BROOME JAY JENSEN 

MIKE DUNLAP 



GARY CLARY JANIE JONES 

ROWENA SOBCZYK 



MARK GOLDMAN 
LaVERNE WILLIAMS 



CLEMSON UNIVERSITY 
STUDENT SENATE 











OPPOSITE TOP: General Affairs; 
Bill Allison, Andy Cochet, Angie 
Fowler, Candy Galloway, Alice 
Haddon, Mary Hockenberry, David 
Jameson, Libby Kossler, Paul Mims. 
Steve Palmer, Charlotte Sottile. 
OPPOSITE BOTTOM: Traffic and 
Grounds: Jerry Bodie, Chuck Craw- 
ford, Greg Denton, Cathy Moss, 
Oscar Rebula, Guy Sanders. 
ABOVE: Student Organizations: 
Henry DuPre, Roby Grubb. Sara 
Karesh. Diane Kerr, Terry Rey- 
nolds. TOP RIGHT: Academic 
Affairs; Don Alexander, Laurie 
Byars, Bill Evans. Danny Kennedy, 
Sharon Manley, Kathy McCormick, 
Debbie Neese. ACROSS: Judi- 
cial; Steve Clyburn, David Crump- 
ton, Brad Keeney. Larry Kemmer- 
lin, Sara Mikolajczyk, Dennis Moore. 
George Pappas. 



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COURTS 



A most dynamic judiciary system . . . we've got 
two quickies and a longie tonight ... an elaborate 
system of courts ... I cannot make up my mind . . . 
a group of highly active and objective court mem- 
bers . . . reprimands . . . who gets to sit in the big 
seat? . . . pardons . . . cornerstone of justice . . . 
four courts . . . Appeals Court . . . let's put him 
away for life . . . High Court . . . does anybody 
know where Pickens County Court House is? . . . 
Court of Lesser Appeals . . . those attorneys are 
entriely too smart . . . Judicial Board of Women's 
Student Association . . . specific, special functions 
. . . heads, he is, and, tails, he isn't . . . many new 
techniques . . . highly criticized, but actually praised 
once . . . pre-trial conference . . . can we come to 
a conclusion, please . . . faster and fairer trials . . . 
Attorney's Association . . . was he actually treated 
justly? . . . more skilled and better experienced 
attorneys . . . justice will prevail . . . aid for clients 
in trial process . . . check that Seal — really official 
looking . . . the court members' view of each case 
. . . the look in his eyes is enough to prove his 
guilt . . . objectivity . . . trial by one's peers . . . 
how did I ever get myself in this mess? . . . struggle 
for justice . . . willingness to work hard on each 
and every case ... far from perfect, but desperately 
trying to be just. 




JOHN MANN 



ANNE MORRIS 



DAVIS JORDAN 
GREG JONES 




CATHY DODDS 

DON SHARP 



PAUL ASKINS BEVERLY JACKSON JIM HANAHAN 
GARY JEFFORDS 



JIM HENDERSON WAYNE HANNA 



ELECTIONS BOARD 



EELOW: Dickie Burtner, Mike Dunlap, Framp Durban, Carolyn Miles, Chip Powell, Jane Sa 
Jim Tucker. 



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CENTRAL SPIRIT COMMITTEE 

ABOVE: Joe Bagwell, Paul Batson, Tommy Cobb, Larry Falls, Austin Gilbert, Diane Kerr, Judi Kossler, 
Pat Mansfield, Dick Merrick, Dennis Moore, Cathy Moss, Doug Pridgeon, Jerry Rentz, John Traynham, 
Mickey Woodham. 



GOVERNMENTAL 

LEFT: Senate Office: Mike Smith, Donna Lisenby, Jim Foster, 
President. RIGHT: Terry Cline and Danny Hunt made news at the 
Canteen Boycott. 




ABOVE: Women's Student Association; Linda Dasher, Nedy Deines, Lil Floyd, Meg Frankovich, Margaret Garrison, Alicia Hadden. Marty Harte, Emma 
Jackson, Susan Mixon, Nancy Jo Mobley, Judy Norvel, Sandy Piazza, Libby Pitts, Terry Robinson, Susan Shumacher, Liz Simmons, Giles Singleton, Janet 
Steadly, Nancy Stein, Jimmie Thompson. 



TAPS 70 



A new year . . . matriculation lines . . . 
John's been a perfect angel . . . Al and Ellis 
together? . . . TAPS before SEX . . . who 
would have ever believed fifty deadline 
schedules? . . . remember what happens when 
it hits the fan . . . that cute boy in the green 
ban-Ion . . . but Marsha . . . does anybody 
want to go to the convention this year? . . . 
the Junior Staff has voted Marc most meek 
and mild . . . L. B. and Little . . . fill out the 
entire sheet, and carry it to the typists, please 
. . . chain of command . . . Barry has decided 
to try for next year's book . . . clean out 
your drawers and your boxes . . . Ellis on time, 
again . . . I'm as sober as a judge ... no 
more yearly vacations for Nancy Ruth . . . 
A. J. — long distance for you . . . Shelley is 
wearing turtle necks again . . . Hot Body 
blows her cool . . . we only have two Junior 
Staffers? . . . Thorny is here this weekend? 
. . . Ken needs another gas ticket . . . Fish, 
you could probably introduce yourself again 
to the Junior Staff . . . but the photographer 
promised he'd be there two weeks ago . . . 
either my section goes in on time or my 
name's not Howdy Doody . . . once on the 
hill is fun . . . twice is alright . . . three times 
is pure Hell . . . John, I really hate to say 
this, but ... a circle of stooges on Bowman 
. . . Kaylor is a Hass-been . . . Campbell's 
camera just didn't get up and walk out of 
here . . . Charlie acts as if he's been in a 
Blizzard again . . . take a letter to Randy, 
Rob ... a chocolate cake from the Great 
Pumpkin ... a white conference table . . . 
no comp tickets for the CDA Sweetheart . . . 
diamonds both given and received . . . staff 
relations . . . TAPS 70. 




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Who will sign up to be here everyday this week? . . . 
but, John, we have classes . . . Forget classes . . . TAPS 
is more important . . . sell books . . . sell ads . . . we're 
going to get the cake now ... if I have to go out and 
sell these ads myself ... I don't want to be nasty about 
this, but . . . staff relations — what are they? ... if you 
want my vote, you better . . . press Morris . . . remember, 
don't settle for less . . . anytime you want to go . . . 
who's on the phone? . . . deadline schedule wallpaper 
... I don't think y'all realize how important this is . . . 
John, is that your baby picture up there? . . . senior staff, 
we love you. 



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OPPOSITE LEFT: Up yours too, buddy! OPPO- 
SITE TOP: But, El, you can't put that in a cut- 
line. LEFT: Sometimes I really wonder if I know 
the alphabet when I have to arrange all these 
cards. BELOW TAPS Junior Staff; Bill Altman, 
Jim Bounds, Jack Brunson, Chip Bumgardner, 
Ellen Calhoun, John Creel, Joe Ed Davis, Alan 
Edwards, Angie Fowler, Jim Hanahan, John 
Hanzel, Grover Henderson, Judi Kossler, Nancy 
Moore, Anne Morris, Michael Myers, Ben Pierce, 
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TOP: Mrs. Albert did a great deal to earn her roses and 
her honorary position on the staff. ABOVE: What could 
John be saying to make A. J. try to slink under the sofa? 
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TOP LEFT: We're all going to be up a creek without these 
ads. TOP RIGHT: The length of your hair proves you guys 
aren't freshmen. LEFT: Mike and Danny appear to be 
deep in thought. ABOVE: Surely, you've got to be 
kidding. 





CENTRAL DANCE 
ASSOCIATION 

The year of the surprise . . . Bob Hope's not 
really coming to Clemson . . . series tickets . . . 
loss of over $20,000 . . . Floor ... no more soul 
. . . Open Mixer . . . the Poor Souls .... the 
Melody Makers . . . plenty of rhythm and blues 
. . . Bazemore . . . Rat Hop . . . Archie Bell and 
the Drells . . . Alternus . . . the Association . . . 
Bear Bryant and Bob Hope in the same day . . . 
Homecoming . . . over 4,000 screaming soul 
lovers . . . Smokey Robinson and the Miracles . . . 
the Four Tops . . . suffer Carolina . . . Halloween 
Ball . . . Decorations . . . beer . . . Craven . . . 
back to the GPR . . . publicity for the Pops festi- 
val .. . more ticket sales . . . how much did the 
P-Plant charge us? ... a great service for the 
Clemson students . . . one of five major service 
organizations . . . somebody else has dropped 
off the Junior Staff? . . . dateless sponsors . . . 
eight persons ... a new star — Judi . . . inter- 
views . . . voting . . . Placing . . . Swindell and 
the CDA Sweetheart . . . Pearce . . . Senior Staff 
versus Junior Staff . . . valuable experience . . . 
personal satisfaction . . . Secretary-Treasurer . . . 
The Vine ... it swings . . . $85,000 worth of 
entertainment . . . I've got a ribbon but no date 
. . . we've got to look ahead to next semester 
. . . Dionne Warwick . . . sounds good ... we 
could not have done it without Crow . . . comp 
tickets . . . after parties . . . Poe . . . there is a 
line out there about a mile long ... no dance this 
weekend?! ... I am not believing three weekends 
in a row . . . Douglas . . . who will be behind the 
pulpit? . . . prestige . . . Walker . . . where's my 
copy, Lee? ... a busy, exciting, rewarding year 
for the Central Dance Association. 





JACK WALKER 
Decorations 



RANDY BAZEMORE 
President 



BILL POE 
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ASSOCIATION 
JUNIOR STAFF 



Bazemore's in his lounge, and all's well with the world ... I 
only have 2,000 tickets left to sell . . . that banner's not ready 
yet! . . . the 4 Seasons again this year . . . yea, but have they 
signed a contract? . . . Carolina had them, . . . but, think of all 
the experience you'll get by working . . . don't tell anyone, but 
we have stock in Motown ... we can handle it . . . but, Dean Cox, 
they don't play big apple music ... a pops festival? ... in 
Clemson? ... we have the pastures . . . we're having whom? . . . 
major renovation of the steam room ... go for it . . . grab a 
candle and sell Cokes . . . that means three weekends in a row 
that I can't get any sleep ... did the turnstyle sign a contract? 
. . . Hope — we could have gotten Racquel Welch for only $10,000. 






OPPOSITE TOP: If one is good, he can play bodyguard. OPPOSITE LEFT: Banner painting can get very 
rough on the back. LEFT: Dwayne Bell, Glenn Brackin, Lynn Dantzler, Al Droege, Steve Ellison, Randy 
Griggs, Jim Hall, Steve Hendricks, Tripp Jones, John Lemacks, Chuck Lindsay, Bill Myers, Smitty Strickland. 
TOP LEFT: Can I help it if I paint outside the lines? TOP RIGHT: I'm sorry, but you'll have to go to the 
other door. ABOVE: Tickets and Cokes were sold at the Dig-In by the capitalistic CDA. 



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advice. OPPOSITE CENTER: CDA president Randy Bazemore 
raps with Bob Hope during a rehearsal. OPPOSITE BOTTOM: 
A comfortable lounge makes CDA business a lot easier. TOP: 
Well, there's nothing like breaking even. CENTER: Gregg 
Pearce, Lane Craven, and David Lee make plans for future 
CDA shows. LOWER: Poe is a hot dog. 




TIGER 



Certainly we're a minority newspaper, and we 
make no apologies . . . two token liberals in 
Who's Who . . . Boy, is Cox gonna have a coro- 
nary this time ... I sat in Edwards' office for an 
hour and fifteen minutes, and he didn't say a 
thing . . . they can't do that to Clyne . . . you 
know that Bolt once waved a rebel flag at a Wal- 
lace rally . . . the Moratorium . . . whoever said 
we'd be objective? . . . administrative finesse 
#37 . . . "Thank God for the Tiger" ... a faculty 
echo . . . why can't you be professional like the 
commercial press? . . . "50 students attended a 
candlelight procession" — The State . . . Pee Wee 
. . . Gordo . . . Sonny . . . Pebbles . . . sold down 
the lazy, lazy river . . . flows gently by Hardin 
Hall ... "I sat lookin' on" . . . Lil Sandy, our first 
canteen worker . . . Pop . . . our first work in 
nonfiction . . . "What You Should Know About 
Oregano" . . . Chuck II . . . will eight inches fit 
the hole? . . . Black Beauty is a horse story . . . 
garbage truck driver . . . Theory of Government 
. . . 8D . . . Salem . . . sour grapes . . . Hunt, get 
out of here . . . parallax ... we will have 10 pages 
this week . . . Frank, Dave and the KKK . . . 
irony and pity . . . epiphany . . . social sciences 
and English . . . Stallworth would go wild . . . 
where the hell are those typists? . . . Adrian 
strikes again . . . who's taking copy? . . . this 
makes three nights in a row . . . Alice Flagg . . . 
question of Priorities . . . remember the Head 
. . . Norton says not to call him irrational or he'l! 
kill you . . . let's get brazen . . . Poot may not 
always be right, but I can't think of a time . . . 
the Stripper and Lake Greenwood . . . Mother 
Bowie . . . the Charleston Conspiracy . . . Woof- 
fard and Fat Tom . . . where's that Jimmy 
Walser? . . . Spic ... PJ in a plastic bucket . . . 
Lynnie Lou. 





JIM WALSER 
News Editor 



DICK HARPOOTLIAN 
Associate Editor 



JOHN NORTON 
Associate Editor 







BILL RHODES 
Sports Editor 

DENNIS BOLT 
Editor-in-Chief 



GLENN FELTON 
Business Manager 

RANDALL ASHLEY 
Executive News Editor 



TOM HENRIKSON 
Circulation Manager 



GERALD GARRETT 
Assistant News Editor 



MIKE SMITH 
Features Editor 



RANDY COLLINS 
Advertising Manager 



TIGER JUNIOR STAFF 

Mother Vineyard . . . two-fourths is better than 
one . . . Thales . . . what's Easley? . . . Sloan, if 
you don't lead this thing, we'll kill you . . . my 
English prof said I wrote so good that maybe I 
should . . . Ellis, Pnddy and the records . . . 
TASTE ... I hate Wednesday night . . . my 
brother worked for WSBF, but I thought maybe 
. . . crawl out on that ledge! ... we know every- 
thing . . . Dean Cox said he wouldn't say any- 
thing . . . who's Dennis Bolt? . . . next year, 
maybe, I could make Senior Staff, a lot of those 
guys are leaving. 





TIGER JUNIOR STAFF. Bob Behling. Anne Bischoff, Marco Chen, Charlie Cuzzell, Tom Ellis, Cheree Gillespie, Jack Haas, Jack Lynch, Susan Nepveu 
Tom Priddy, Ray Sistare, Mike Sloan, Dale Theiling, Bob Thompson, Phil Walklet. Pat Wayne, Chuck Wimberly. 



OPPOSITE TOP: My typewriter abs. 
fuses to worlc at that rate of speed. LEFT: 
Photography Staff— Al Hodges, David Little- 
john, Joe Mangum, David Walker. BELOW: 
The error is not quite that funny, Mike. MID- 
DLE: Sloan has another scoop on the Morator- 
ium. BOTTOM LEFT: Richard has some trouble 
meeting his deadlines. BOTTOM RIGHT: Even 
our typist has problems at times. 





OPPOSITE TOP LEFT: At times, John has to 
calm Poot down. OPPOSITE TOP RIGHT: Ger- 
ald cannot believe that this article will actually 
be printed. OPPOSITE BOTTOM LEFT: Perhaps 
it helps the concentration. OPPOSITE BOTTOM 
RIGHT: "Tiger office, what did we do wrong, 
NOW?" LEFT: Glenn wonders what the Ad- 
ministration can do to the staff next. BELOW: 
Tiger polls conducted by Bob Behling present 
students' views. BOTTOM: Gerald and Jim 
ponder the fate of the next issue of the Tiger. 




WSBF 



WiSBiF, twelve years old . . . across the rolling 
hills of East Campus to the counter-guerrilla pits 
. . . twenty-four hours a day . . . who's going to 
read the news? . . . the helpful, hungry ATC, Hal 
... sea gulls at 12:30 ... the Heck, lobby mess 
. . . for the students, by the students ... of the 
students . . . student operation . . . multi-taste . . . 
twelve harassed senior staffers . . . get off your . . . 
and get to work . . . danger, private desks . . . The 
Terrible Triad '69 . . . Rick, Mel, Bill ... is Oborn 
going to show up today? ... J. J. the radical 
editorialist . . . Weird Harold, the Little Dictator 
. . . you, jump . . . Bill, Tigerama crazed . . . 
next year, a good laugh . . . P.D , farmer Browne 
. . . RLO dead tired . . . no, you can't have a 
comp ticket ... as students expressing student 
feelings . . . live Moratorium coverage . . . stu- 
dent canteen and boycott ... I hope the antenna 
doesn't fall . . . Tiger football and basketball 
network . . . the "new" look . . . orange and 
green? . . . what extra paneling? . . . midnight 
requisition . . . no, I won't sign the Purchase 
Requisition . . . charge, charge, charge it . . . 
student body president conferences . . . uh, what 
script . . . comments . . . decisions . . . decisions 
terrific . . . terrible, Tigerama . . . chickens at a 
radio station? . . . sleepless nights . . . irate 
announcers . . . idealism . . . dedication . . . sighs 
of relief . . . the pay-off . . . the "here" sound . . . 
progressive program staff 
Sharon, have a heart . . . 
. . . Techicolor conductor 
Music Manager . 
requests forever 



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. . . Rock jocks 
new record 
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newal time . . . HELP! . . . you break it, we might 
fix it . . . blow the budget . . . business staff 
... all three of us . . . high power hopes . . . 
miracle money . . . gutty extracurricular activity 
... a leading service organization ... we want 
you . . . tea party time . . . educational experi- 
ence . . . good and bad . . . who will be back 
next year? ... all one helluva ball. 




MEL BROWNE 

Program 

Director 



ALLAN LIBBY JACK STINSON 
ATC Transmitter 

Co-Ordinator Engineer 

BILL STRONG 

Engineering 

Director 




MIKE SIEBERT 


JIM JOHNS 


Technical Manager 


News Manag 


PAUL ASKINS 




Traffic & Continuity Mgr. 





RICK OBORN 
Business Director 

BOBBY MALPHRUS 
Sports Manager 



HAROLD WILKINSON 
Chief Announcer 

MIKE BORKE ' 
Control Room Engineer 

SHARON MANLEY 
Office Manager 



GARY PARSONS 
Production Manager 






WSBF JUNIOR STAFF 



Forever and forever . . . Senior Staff assistants strive . . . the 
proletariat . . . the working masses . . . why me? . . . huge mouths 
. . . even more . . . helpful hints for all . . . three frustrating 
areas . . . engineering . . . power, glory nil . . . program . . . the 
"voice" men . . . glory, puny power . . . business . . . who can 
type? . . . empty those trash cans . . . hard work ... a million 
and one excuses . . . save the style! . . . prestige . . . pretty 
women . . . wide-eyed men . . . Drop-Ins . . . Tiger cakes . . . 
questionable punch . . . clean-up details ... all night painting 
sessions . . . experts at procurement . . . "borrowing" it . . . lay 
the new rug . . . stay away from the sacred desks . . . learn the 
golden technique . . . pass the third class test ... rip news . . . 
listen to records . . . absorb advice . . . have fun . . . companion- 
ship for all . . . intramural teams ... be extra active . . . rewire 
what? . . . air-conditioning ducts . . . Tigerama beginners . . . 
educational . . . name-the-chickens-contest . . . the Board requests 
your presence . . . too much time here . . . get those damn grades 
up! . . . next year it's you . . . wonder . . . prayer . . . hope . . . 
patience . . . who gets the job next year? . . . embryonic Senior 
staff . . . the Lord bless us and keep us. 





WSBF PROGRAM STAFF. Steve Baker, Randy Berkland, Graham Douglas, R 
Charlie McKenzle, Danny McMullen. Ed Markowich, Alan Midura, Janice Mull 
Eric Sansonetti. Larry Stroud, Nicky Trice. 



icky Hale, Reid Hotaling, Sandy Ingle. Doug James, Jim Jennings, 
Joe Nance, Susie Nepveux, Aase Nilssen, Bill Pearson, Jeff Pringle, 




OPPOSITE LEFT: Business Staff— Angie Burroughs. Sandy Charles. Senior Staff Assistants— Paul 
Batson, Chuck Heck. OPPOSITE TOP RIGHT: J. J. has to stay on his toes to keep everything 
under control. OPPOSITE BOTTOM RIGHT: Harold wants you to take air time for the next 
twenty-four hours. TOP LEFT: Tigerama is almost over. Libby. TOP: Highsmith really presents a 
different show. ABOVE: Rick's folk and jazz shows reached a varied audience. 






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What the hell Is a Chronicle? . . . how did we 
get a staff with no experience? . . . has anybody 
done anything for the first issue? . . . the staff 
just quit ... a variety magazine is supposed to 
be varied, not all revolutionary, Mr. Editor . . . 
will anybody read anything but dirty jokes? . . . 
is there anyone interested in putting out a stu- 
dent variety magazine? . . . features, poems, 
fiction, short stories, pictures, sketches and draw- 
ings do not grow on trees ... is there anything 
here not dull? . . . first we need a printer . . . why 
do they do good sketches on doodle paper and 
doodle on good paper? . . . photographs are 
good for their own sake . . . they don't have to 
just depict that about which the reader is read- 
ing . . . insensitivity ... a staff meeting with six 
people is a great success . . . will somebody 
please clean up the little office? . . . wow, a real 
blackboard in our own office . . . dirty jokes are 
simply not proper in a university publication . . . 
it would help if we could get a photographer . . . 
Oates could show up for a change . . . three or 
four issues is not relevant . . . neither is Clemson 
. . . that darkroom is a mess . . . wish we could 
get some money from the administration to put 
out this magazine . . . they are chintzy . . . let's 
put it off till next week ... I am not putting it 
off; I am researching it further . . . sure . . . has 
anybody ever heard of the Chronicle? ... I 
doubt it. 




MARTHA SEAY 
Features Editor 



MARSHA OATES 
Art Director 




ROBERT WHITNEY 
Editor-in-Chief 



KEN JONES 
Photography Editor 



BOB WHEATLEY 
Managing Editor 



KEVIN MURRAY 
Business Director 




CHRONICLE STAFF 




TOP: Kevin is definitely interested in this artistic rendition of a nude. ABOVE: 
And I said that we are going to put out an issue this year. RIGHT: Oscar 
and Jerry fail to find the humor in Pat's joke. OPPOSITE LEFT: Robert, your 
short story is about to be borrowed— permanently. OPPOSITE RIGHT: Martha 
and Marco wonder if their ideas coincide with Robert's. OPPOSITE BOTTOM: 
Anne Marie has to decide on a picture for that article. 





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TIGER 
BAND 



The official marching band . . . new band hall 
. . . pre-school practice ... rat parties . . . 
music rehearsal ... air raid, Rat . . . rehearsal 
and more rehearsal . . . chop step . . . that's the 
wrong music . . . staff meetings . . . birdman 
. . . color guard . . . enthusiasm . . . student 
carnival booth . . . more new members . . . foot- 
ball games . . . date tickets . . . you're out of 
step . . . more practice . . . what new music? 
. . . Virginia . . . muddy field . . . dusty prac- 
tice . . . march without busbies . . . what broken 
window? . . . Tiger Band plays at Shakey's . . . 
change what sign? . . . more rain . . . band room 
lounge . . . Georgia . . . professional musician 
. . . look sharp . . . Georgia Tech . . . Hines is 
back . . . what other two buses? ... go Grey- 
hound . . . take cars . . . stand in place to play 
. . . practice . . . let's not play this weekend . . . 
where's that other car? ... go team! . . . finally 
a win ... go Frank! . . . night in Atlanta . . . 
who broke my horn? . . . halftime show . . . 
twirlers . . . playing, cheering in stands . . . 
Auburn . . . pep band . . . orange blazers 
. . . thanks Frank . . . Textile convention . . . 
where's the king? . . . Miss South Carolina . . . 
go band ... do your thing . . . pep rallies 
. . . water bath . . . Wake Forest . . . records 
for sale . . . Miss Clemson University ... go 
Maggie . . . Dixie . . . Alabama . . . what million 
dollar band? . . . band board . . . USC . . 
"Away in a Manger" . . combined show . . . 
Tiger Rag ... I play just as well as you . . . Mr. 
Cook . . . new show in one week ... Dr. Butler 
Fanfare . . . we'll never learn this new drill . . . 
Precision drill . . . Band Banquet . . . outstanding 
end of another great year!!! . . . 
seven thousand students clapping 
Tiger Band at its best ... the spirit 



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OPPOSITE TOP: The exposition was a new experience for everyone. OPPOSITE 
LEFT: Margaret Kirkland and Kay Knoy display their exciting talent. OPPO- 
SITE MIDDLE: The herald horns carry the orange and purple of Clemson 
University. OPPOSITE BOTTOM: Much practice is required for drill routines. 
TOP: A marching Tiger puts everything into Tiger Rag. ABOVE RIGHT: 
Mr. Cook devotes a great deal of his time and patience to the Tiger Band. 



CONCERT BAND 

Concert band ... a great deal of practice . . . eighty 
men and women ... all Clemson students . . . auditions 
and rehearsals . . . Spring semester only ... Dr. Butler 
. . . Reed . . . reading, rehearsal, and preparation of 
a large amount of band music . . . I've lost my music 
sheets! . . . concerts in communities throughout the state 
and in neighboring states . . . Lockery and Phillips . . . 
a wide variety of musical styles . . . even more practice 
. . . winter tour ... a part in the opening of the South 
Carolina Tricentennial in Charleston ... a new, memo- 
rable, and once-in-a-lifetime occasion . . . Mr. Cook . . . 
this selection just doesn't get it . . . campus concerts 
. . . Commencement . . . emphasis on the classics of 
musical literature ... a very select group of young and 
very promising musicians. 






OPPOSITE TOP: Mr. Cook directs the band during certain 
selections. OPPOSITE LEFT: Concentration is required in 
playing the flute. OPPOSITE. LOWER RIGHT: It's bad 
to be eaten by a tuba. LEFT: Patience is often required 
in order for Dr. Butler to finish a practice session. 
BELOW: The French horns are not the easiest instruments 
in the world to play. BOTTOM: A band member exhibits 
his skill on the tympany. 




CLEMSON 
UNIVERSITY 
GLEE CLUB 



A new year ... a new director . . . active all 
year long . . . another car wash?! . . . football 
games . . . the Star Spangled Banner, the Alma 
Mater, and the women! . . . Chovan is on the 
warpath, again . . . Gabby ... I simply cannot 
read music . . . Randall Thompson . . . Women's 
Glee Club . . . we're not wearing uniforms this 
year . . . Men's Glee Club . . . Sopranos . . . 
Altos ... we got soul . . . Tenors . . . Bases 
. . . Backstage #2 — "That's Life" . . . Florian 
did it again! . . . big root for . . . the kid's 
teensy bod . . . what songs are we singing this 
week? . . . George broke a bottle of what? . . . 
I'm impressed . . . the beat goes on . . . cow- 
boy boots . . . Christmas carols with the Edwards 
. . . party at the Palace ... no, I don't have 
laryngitis, why? . . . they delivered how many 
candy bars?! ... I had to eat five bars last 
year . . . that's all right — I like it! . . . give me 
A ... we should give her a free ticket to the 
movies during our next presentation . . . FUBAR 
... a really fun year. 









WOMEN 




MEN 


Bebko, D. 


King, J. 


Acker, T. 


Middleton, A 


Benjamin, A. 


Knox. P. 


Arnold, F. 


Myers, A. 


Brooks, D. 


McAllister, A. 


Ausherman, M. 


Page, D. 


Catoe, L. 


Nixon, M. 


Campbell, P. 


Patrick, D. 


Charles, S. 


Pace, B. 


Childers, J. 


Porter, E. 


Cromer, L 


Pender, G. 


Chovan, J. 


Ray, G. 


Deines, D. 


Piazza, S. 


Cox, B. 


Reed, G. 


Fairey, K. 


Powell, L. 


DeLoache, J. 


Reuter, D. 


Florian, A. 


Quattlebaum, H. 


Demosthenes, J 


Rice, G. 


Gardner, D. 


Strickland, C. 


Freize, C. 


Richardson, E 


Hancock, L. 


Sturgis, S. 


Gossett, N. 


Shull, T. 


Haney, M. 


Tillman, K. 


Hodge, J. 


Thompson, M 


Hayes, L. 


Thompson, J. 


Hutchinson, J. 


Todd, C. 


Holden, S. 


Westmoreland, K. 


Kebles, M. 


Trussell, G. 


Holt, B. 


White, L. 


Kelly, J. 


Watson, R. 


Hutto, J. 


Williams, L. 


Lawson, T. 


White, S. 


Jones, P. 


Young, V. 


Marsden, R. 


Wiley, B. 



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CLEMSON PLAYERS 



A university supported student group . . . make-up . . . much improvement . . . 
how about not dropping any more of that mascara junk in my eyes . . . theatrical 
experience on both sides of the footlights for Clemson . . . Daniel Theatre opened 
... the best possible theatre performances ... In White America ... a black 
cast ... a readers' theatre production . . . true and dramatic ... I'm a Dean 
Delony doll ... a booth at the Activities Carnival . . . those lights just are not at 
the right angle . . . talented counseling and directing . . . A. J. . . . Miss Binsse 
... do you believe in the hereafter? . . . tragedy ... a man in war's aftermath 
... All My Sons ... in November . . . participation in regional competition . . . 
touring shows . . . something new for the Players . . . Tigerama . . . humorous 
contributions from the Players ... I'm a Clemson doll . . . how many tickets did 
we sell for this production? . . . backstage workers never get proper credit . . . 
second semester . . . another readers' theatre production . . . joint efforts with other 
campus groups . . . this costume needs major renovation . . . Carson is unmerciful 
. . . expansion of Clemson University's fine arts appeal . . . well, then, you know 
what I'm here after . . . let's go on strike ... a second three-act play . . . I've 
got stage fright — of all things . . . I'll never remember my lines . . . we've got 
a good looking sign . . . don't forget to put the sign up at Daniel . . . theatre at 
Clemson — our primary goal . . . unlimited opportunity to work in drama ... a fine 
and rewarding art. 





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JAMES PEEPLES Vice-President 
DON ALEXANDER Secretary 

THOMAS WRIGHT Treasurer 




Nationals are here! The long awaited event 
finally materialized in the Fall with the IFC serving 
as coordinator between the national and local -fra- 
ternities. Now that Clemson fraternities have all 
the national advantage, the IFC expects rapid 
growth. A strong indication of this growth was 
given by the overwhelming success of holding a fall 
and a winter rush. The IFC also sponsors compe- 
tition among the campus fraternities in various 
phases of college life, such as scholarship, sports, 
Homecoming, and Greek Week. The annual Christ- 
mas party for underprivileged children was one of 
the service projects undertaken during the year. 
The Inter Fraternity Council will continue to do its 
part to make Clemson a better university. 



Bill Allison 
Harold Campbell 
Donnie Coggins 
Lane Craven 
Al Droege 
Donnie Dukes 
Austin Gilbert 
John Hanzel 
Alan Johnstone 

Identification on P. 599 



Davis Jordan 

Pink Kellett 
Barry Koretz 
Irvine Lupo 
Gordon Metsky 
Nate Newton 
Bob Ogletree 
Don Sharp 
David Tibbs 



ACROSS, TOP: Oh, No! Not Alpha Gamma! ACROSS, BOTTOM: 
Who Dat? Watermelon Man! TOP LEFT: I know y'all are conserva- 
tive, but don't you think serving milk at the smokers is a little too 
much? TOP RIGHT: Look! Some of my best friends are Chis, but 
I wouldn't want my sister to marry one. BOTTOM: No Parking!!! 




CLEMSON 

INTERSORORITY 

COUNCIL 

1969-1970 — A great year and an active year for 
the Clemson Panhellenic Council, formerly the Inter- 
sorority Council. September was the launching 
date for looking into national sororities. Meetings 
were buzzing with talk of Greek letter organizations, 
visitation schedules, and our rules for national visita- 
tion. The result of our efforts combined with the 
hours of work by the individual groups was three 
top national sororities in time for Rush 1970. A 
hectic semester had seen its reward. 

Having discovered that a week and a half was 
too long for rush, the period was shortened this 
year to five days. Also, the rules for parties and 
silence period were more definitely defined and 
more strictly enforced. 

Also, this year an attempt was made to lessen 
the rivalry among the three sororities. The council 
sponsored a pre-rush party first semester and a 
candlelighting ceremony right before giving out 
bids, which helped us to present a united front to 
rushees. The most important thing this year was to 
GO GREEK! 



MARY CRAIG 
NANCY DANNALS 
ALICE HADDON 
PAT MANSFIELD 



JUDY NICKS 
LIBBY PITTS 
DIANE WRIGHT 








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Not that, Bill, the orange . . . will you please act 
sober . . . Rosie future . . . $200 haircut . . . Fuzzy's 
all-time high — 6 . . . Kim wants you back . . . it's 
broken, no good — the circuits . . . nobody appre- 
ciates me . . . less than 15 or more than 25 . . . 
she's a sweet little honey . . . Hey, Bruce, check 
this one out . . . Leroy hangs ... it ain't right . . . 
the other half is SPE . I. . coldsteal . . . heavy 
drinks in the womb . . . Hairlip . . . sir-uh . . . say 
something John ... my name's Doug, I'm from — 
... the Vaseline kid ... Tubby Godfrey . . . 
Beemer's 'bout right for hanging wallpaper . . . 
cheap thrills ... fat flash . . . Seneca jail ... a 
thousand to one chance . . . 0.0.0 . . . open your 
eyes . . . closet . . . Toupee . . . How is your 
mother . . . T 2 . . . you reprobate ... of course 
ya can sleep in my room . . . Easter Pig . . . 
Granny's . . . Hooker . . . Where's the baby . . . 
Hunt — we've got another Patrick (another chance) 



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then he rolled over and died . . . Linthead . . . 
How about this semester, Tom? ... A. Gill . . . 
fair pair of what . . . The Holiday Inn Massacre 
. . . Toy Factory ... A nice date if you can stand 
the shot . . . Let's get some off the streets . . . 
theory of government . . . Are they all crippled? 
. . . Operator, that's M-Y-R-l-E ... a $40 WHAT! 
. . . Mac . . . but why take that chance? 




Merril 


Garvin 


Charles Dewitt 


Clyde Hanes 


Williar 


n Allison 


Robert Dulla 


Steven Hendrick 


James 


Bounds 


James Foster 


John Hensel 


David 


Bowen 


Ted Godfrey 


Thomas Holstein 


David 


Brabham 


George Hand 


Daniel Hunt 


Henry 


Brooks 


Dick Harpootlian 


Charles Jackson 




Robert Jolly 
Martin Kearse 
William Lashley 
Robert Patrick 
Harvey Peeler 
Glen Price 
Douglas Pridgeon 



Bruce White 
William Allverson 
John Cunningham 
James Livingston 
David Teal 
John Winburn 



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John Avinger Bruce Carter William Fowler 

Chris Binnicker John Cockcroft Eddie Gordon 

Edward Bolen Richard Davis John Graham 

Ronnie Caldwell Charlie Forsberg Michael Haas 



Don Horres 


John Jones 


Lawton Murray 


Tommie Penney 


John Horres 


Tommy Latimore 


Edward Myers 


Johnny Sandife 


David Hutto 


Bob Long 


David Myers 


Alvin Saunders 


Alan Johnstone 


Ricky Mitchell 


George Newell 


Dale Theiling 


Sheldon Jones 


Ray Moss 


David Page 


Larry Triplett 




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First newsletter at last . . . Carolina weekend — 
where is the lead singer . . . Larry Earl and his '55 
. . . Somebody please buy some doughnuts . . . 
Slick . . . George the maitre d'hotel . . . Highrise 
basement meetings — but no lights . . . now wait a 
minute, wait a minute — yea, well . . . simple 
plurality, 8/19, aw, hell, unanimous . . . dining hall 
pooling . . . J. B. Judd . . . late bands . . . little 
Richit and the Temptin' Temptations ... ski party, 
less boats, less money, less booze, less glasses . . . 
what happened to our lounge . . . what happened 
to our two floors . . . after this weekend, we study 
. . . line's busy . . . Big Ron here . . . pine cone 
pit . . . Debbie's date service . . . Fat Boy . . . 
really fine, really fine . . . hey, Ray, you feel all 
right . . . Chattanooga where? . . . Quack, Quack 
... a hung sign and no P-plant . . . North Caro- 
lina — again . . . Harold lavaliered 
hell did all that paper come from? . 
discount . . . got any chicken wire? 
night and he went where . . . wierd 
body, John's hair's different . . . 
morning after . . . Trip? — loose but tight . . . T. P. 



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BETA SIGMA CHI 

Alan Johnstone President 

David Peace Vice-President 

Charlie Forsberg Secretary 
Tommie Tenney 




ACROSS, RIGHT: Alan Johnstone speaks for BSX campus wide. 
ACROSS. UPPER LEFT: BSX does it up big for homecoming. 
ACROSS, LOWER LEFT: After this, pledge, me and you have got 
to have a long talk. LOWER RIGHT: Hey, put me down— I ain't no 
Fairey. LOWER LEFT: After this. I'll be ready for a party. 





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Go Greek . . . DKA Lodge . . . Reunion party — 
Barney ties the knot . . . let's go to the "Old 
House" . . . second floor invitational . . . where's 
Stay awake . . . 423 Truckstop . . . you're getting 
a ticket . . . nice little mountain cottage, Swink-5 
bedrooms . . . trip to Helen's Barn . . . Hack's 
"Rank" weekend . . . Shooooot yea! . . . 37-24-36 
Brazell . . . nice hair, Bernard . . . Crash Stewart 
. . . who we seeing tonight . . . Grape Juice Ex- 
plosion . . . Say, Boy, what's your name ... no 
more water fights . . . S. M. D. . . . See that tiger 
. . . feet off the furniture . . . Halloween and Harry 
Buff . . . you're freezing us Pat H . . . DKA inhabit 
Jack Tar ... 14 Good'uns . . . Jean Claude Swink 
. . . Kick that ball, Francis . . . Mouse leaves to 
defend the nation . . . Deacs repeat without Joe 
Willie — right Barker? . . . Snooky — been to Ander- 
son lately? . . . Captain Red Ass Johnson and his 
boat . . . Smith flips coin for organic — pass or — 
. . . did Whatley make it to the head, Joanne? . . . 
lend me a dime you! . . . what was your number? 

. . . 2 347! . . . Christmas goodies from Sue 

. . . $35 pot plant . . . damn wedding bells . . . 
no place except first . . . 'em Deacs is hell. 




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Don Alexander 
John Anderson 
Jim Barker 
Doug Bonnette 
Randy Bray 
Jim Brazell 
Jim Carey 
Allen Carroll 
Sonny Cassady 
Gary Clary 



John Coakley 
Sam Coker 
Ed Copeland 
Randy Cunningham 
Greg Denton 
Harry Gardner 
Richard Gardner 
Don Godsey 
Bobby Goodson 
Bobby Goshorn 




Randy Harvey 

Bob Harris 
Jim Henderson 

Eddie Holland 
Gerry Hough 
Joe Jenkins 
Charlie Johnson 
Les Jones 
Tom Long 
Richie Mahaffey 



Jim Poole 
Bob Smith 
Robert Stewart 
Marion Swink 
Randy Taylor 
James Thigpen 
Press Tompkins 
Keith Whatley 
Dean Wheeler 
Terry Wilkins 




DELTA KAPPA ALPHA 

Davis Jorda 
Chuck Cra 
Ryan Howa 
Roger Sm 



ACROSS, TOP: I hope someday I'll be a local 
DEAC. ACROSS, BOTTOM LEFT: If you can't 
go Greek, go DEAC. ACROSS, BOTTOM 
RIGHT: My girdle's just killing me. RIGHT: 
This stuff will cure anything, including . . . 
BOTTOM: Look at what I won. 



Who the hell is Charlie Barnes . . . pocketful of 
pledge pins . . . Bobby, I sleep soundly, but not 
that soundly . . . Mr. and Mrs. Brotherhood . . . 
Lollipop ... I love this fraternity . . . pink woosie 
. . . Thumper ... Big Red . . . Father knows best 
. . . Joyce gave you what? . . . Bean . . . the prince 
of piece . . . Tigerama champs . . . Here's Tat- 
low . . . What can you say about Faulkner? . . . 
Fu Manchu, The Beared Guru . . . Winn-Dixie 
baby ... I get depressed . . . Aw, Fluffy . . . 
Reeker . . . hemorrhoids . . . mulla-mulla . . . 
doober . . . massive rack attack . . . night train 
to Jacksonville . . . Smiley . . . Hambright, come 
out of the woods . . . Stop? I thought you said 
cop . . . Boys, this is the nicest girl 1 ever dated 
. . . Captain America . . . What? Me Worry? . . . 
Cheeks, 4.0 ... I just came in from the West- 
chester Classic . . . Blue? . . . MLB . . . Orange 
and Purple bench . . . Archery Club . . . B. G. II 
. . . Staying up tonight? . . . blood test . . . Ah, 
Dougie . . . we're now in final jeopardy ... 38 
naked bodies and a second hand rose . . . Legs 
. . . Margaret . . . Lannie and the Ebonies . . . 
Libby again . . . Neil Armstrong, the Phi in the 
Sky . . . he's my best friend, but if you don't like 
him . . . me and old doodlebug . . . Mr. Wonderful 
... Phi Delta Theta and us . . . Delta Phis and 
Phi Delts, fraternities for LIFE. 



Richard Balentine 


Bob Hunt 


Scott Bergren 


Harold McClintock 


Steve Cunningham 


Marion Miller 


Graham Darden 


Gene Moyer 


Jim Douglas 


Charlie Pate 


Jud Drennan 


Sam Patterson 


Manfred Dworschak 


Ben Peirce 


Mac Duvall 


Bill Richardson 


Winston Eaddy 


Chuck Roediger 


Allen Edwards 


Richard Schroeder 


Steve Ellison 


Ron Stephens 


Jim Faulkner 


Jack Stroud 


Gary Fleetwood 


Bruce Stroupe 


Robert Hambright 


Jay Vernon 


John Hanzel 


George Walters 


Tom Hash 


Mike Winburn 


Tom Humphries 






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PHI DELTA THETA 



David Tibbs 

Bob Segars 
Billy Touchstone 
Mike McKeown 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 




ACROSS, TOP: Moyer blitzes down, mulla-mullas, and greases at Dan's. 
ACROSS, BOTTOM: Touchstone hugs his date as the Delta Phis win. 
RIGHT: The Victory Wheel, and Hash leaves town. BOTTOM RIGHT: 
Howdy, Senor. BOTTOM LEFT: Thumper decides to have another. 





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Bamboo mugs . . . boxers for favors? . . . Drink, 
chug-a-lug . . . Anyone for volleyball? . . . Handy 
Andy and Fly Me to the Moon . . . S.S. New 
Bahama Star ... a shot a minute . . . nicotine 
navel . . . Welcome home, Sam . . . reunion at 
Buddy's beach . . . Tyson, take my calls . . . more 
meetings than classes . . . secret candlelight . . . 
a trip to the President's office . . . Wake the 
Forest? . . . second shift dates . . . Tuttle — "Please 
call back later" ... is Maggie in yet? . . . shot 
a minute . . . four casualties in the fire drill . . . 
maybe they'll move you to the utility room . . . 
3:00 — time for Rachel . . . juke box party . . . Wig- 
City . . . 5:00 food train . . . Where's the key to 
the sorority room? . . . Cecy, the workmen are 
coming . . . Tenth Anniversary — champagne for 
everyone . . . punch seven, please . . . Moss, what 
happened to your car? . . . are you sure this bench 
is sturdy? . . . This is your life, Mrs. R. F. Poole . . . 
273, we must be getting close ... do we have to 
wear gloves ... IF we were to petition . . . Tele- 
gram — 12:23, November 13 . . . laughter . . . tears 
. . . joys and sorrows always shared . . . hope . . . 
loyalty ... a memorable past ... a new year, a 
new name, a promising future ... Fly Delta . . . 
With Tri-Delta. 

AAA 



Beverly Frances Baker 
Bonnie Belle Cameron 
Susan Cothran 
Linda Lee Dasher 
Sydney Ruth Doalt 
Margaret Garrison 
Cecile Ann Guerry 
Alecia Ann Haddon 
Alice Ann Haddon 
Linda Marlene Martin 
Georgann Maertens 
Cathy Lou Moss 



Mary Elizabeth Pennington 
Elizabeth Pitts 
Susan Schumacher 
Kenneth Elizabeth Simmons 
Charlotte Louise Sottile 
Janet Staedeli Crenshaw 
Deborah Regina Tillotson 
Mary Jane Trotter 
Diane Elizabeth Tuttle 
Carole Nan Tyson 
Carole Betts Wilson 
Pamela Anne Wood 



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DELTA DELTA DELTA 


Libby Pitts 


President 


Cathy Moss 


Vice-President 


Liz Simmons . 


Secretary 


Linda Dasher 


Treasurer 










ACROSS, TOP: Delta's do it up right for homecoming. ACROSS, 
LEFT: And what's the prize for playing in this mess??? ACROSS, 
RIGHT: Our group had forty per cent fewer cavities!!! TOP: I think 
Tri Delt's are the greatest! TOP RIGHT: The cream ladies fight it 
out for Broadway Joe!!! 



KAX 

Go for it . . . Got down . . . Moon-in . . . B & W 
■ . . Cyclops ... You can do it . . . Red neck . . . 
Charlie's house . . . Cookie Commando . . . Hank 
. . . All-American . . . tense city . . . Prather 
finally-Barnett? . . . Behind the doors of 222 
Wrong way Wright . . . How 'bout it doll . . . Og's 
Hall . . . XYZ National . . . Mule . . . Howard's 
Angels . . . Lake parties . . . Shoot a blue 
Cheeks and the boy ... Go up there? ... 4.0 
boys . . . Caspar . . . Sharp's cow . . . Stand up 
Oscar . . . Roundman's A. T. . . . Zipper rolled 
them . . . Where's Slate? ... The Movie! 
Outstanding . . . Cool, but not that cool . . . Scarp- 
iron . . . Gray Ghost . . . Green Nurd . . . Zero 

• ■ • Yanker . . . Snakes ... Bob and Russ 
King . . . Incompletes . . . Red paint . T 
Stud . . . Thread Man ... You did what Peep? 

• ■ • Mule, the richest animal . . . Cope from Cope 

• • ■ Oral Wells ... 86 Hillside . . . Play the role, 
J. M. . . . Keep up the frat imagine . . . Reserva- 
tions . . . What doors? . . . Ozzie . . . Return to 
the Rock . . . McCants and his hog . Cigar 
anyone . . . Small and Little ... The Troupes 

The Hunters . . . Health Week . . . Telephone for 

Crosby, it's . . . Bald at his age . . . Roll the 

Deacon . . . Lake Lure . . . Booty in the guards 
■ • . Mmmmmmowlajka . . . Good by Chis 
Sigma Nu all the way. 



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Jerry Meehan 


Jim Prather 


Marion Slaton 


Pete Mowlajko 


Ronny Rentz 


Bob Smith 


Ed Norn's 


Jeff Rockwell 


Billy Ware 


David Norton 


Mac Rogers 


Ben Watson 


Tommy Oglesby 


Robbie Sharpton 


Jerry Wells 


Jim Peeples 


Booty Shelley 


John Worsham 


Bob Perry 


Don Slate 


Jim Wright 




Ronny Barnette 
Larry Bell 
Bill Bonner 
Hugh Crawford 
Al Crosby 
Joe Ed Davis 
Jones Dempsey 
Johnny Floyd 



Bubba Foy 
Neale Elliott 
Bill Gilbert 
Robert Hawthor 
Dave Hendrix 
Howard Hall 
Bobby Jackson 



Jimmy Jackson 
Greg Jones 
John Little 
Mike Lake 
Laval Johnson 
Louie McAlhaney 
Robert McCants 



Identification on P. 594 






SIGMA NU 

Don Sharf^g President 
Charlie Waters 

Ben Compton Secretary 

David t»i Ireasurer 



ACROSS TOP: Sigma Nu gives tube lessons to the new pledge class. 
ACROSS BOTTOM: Sweetheart, you do it your way, and I'll do it mine. 
BELOW: Now you watch how soul man Ronnie can work it out. RIGHT: 
I don't believe I really want to be in a sorority. BOTTOM RIGHT: I 
thought we could get first place with all these gross jokes. 







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Irvine Lupo 


Lenny Newcomb 


Dan Rogers 


Marshall West 


John Carder 


Ken Ewan 


Jimmy Henderson 


Ted King 


Bill Norris 


Ron Roof 


Jim Williamson 


Neville Clark 


Mill Fant 


Marshall Hoefer 


Bryan Klapman 


Ron Oakley 


Jim Runion 


Bob Wilson 


Donnie Coggins 


Jim Gamble 


Frank Holman 


Mike McConnell 


Everette Page 


Wilson Tillotson 


Bill Altman 


Robert Compton 


Taylor ©arnett 


Jimmy Huggins 


Will Maxwell 


Ben Pauling 


Steve Usury 


Bobby Armfield 


Clay Cox 


David Green 


Tommy Jacobs 


Richard Miller 


Bill Poe 


Rick Vaughn 


Bill Armstrong 


Carrol Cox 


Norman Hamilton 


Manly Jones 


Lewis Miller 


Jon Popowski 


Nelson Weaver 


Ronny Bridwell 


Drake Curry 


Craig Hardin 


Rick Jones 


Dennis Moore 


Robin Prince 


Bill Webster 


Jack Brunson 


Wade Crow 


Reg Hargrove 


Ronnie Jones 




KEN 



Who wants to buy this diamond ring? . . . bop 
bop a loo bop . . . Ehrlich and Josie . . . wire 
Paladine . . . the ugliest boy in the world . . . kick 
out the jams, M. F. . . . hot dog! ! . . . CDA who? 
. . . Flaming what? . . . lounge lizards . . . Hoefer 
president . . . Jet . . . Carolina-Clemson lives . . . 
Whipple . . . Parkman is cool . . . pray for Bobby's 
baby . . . loves life . . . real fine . . . dude . . . 
open your mind . . . fog . . . eternal pledge . . . 
Black Saturday . . . Bear 'n Jaye?? . . . Santa Claus 
. . . Ripple . . . TT . . . DDT . . . Great hands . . . 
Mahoney . . . Invalids ... to a TAPS meeting . . . 



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... let us pay 
how ya'll doin' 
. . . Linthead . . 
& Splinter . . 
dollar 298 . . 
doodoo shirt 



green teeth . . . always gets the rookies 
don't bet the ranch on it . . . 
. go on ahead . . . Marginal 



.. 9 to 5 ... the Clock . . . Goldie 
Round man . . . that's close ... a 
. Quasi . . . real is marginal . . . 
. . the iceman leaveth . . . it's a 
biggie . . . nationals discussed in 305 . . . Quincy 
n the pecan branch . . . Put on your homecoming 
button . . . lassie's out of hand . . . Beach music 
... I can drink an a — load . . . commode huggin' 
. . . high school . . . five o'clock — we were up and 
so was the display . . . Kappa Sigma Nu became 
the 169th chapter of Kappa Sigma National Fra- 
ternity on December 6, 1969. 



KZ 







ACROSS, TOP: Careful, Brooks, before you swallow my 
head. ACROSS, RIGHT: Snappers practice for intra- 
murals with their new advisor, Joe Parkman. ACROSS, 
BOTTOM: Your finger stinks. RIGHT: What do you mean 
it looks like Mr. Peanuts??? BOTTOM: Rinq around the 
rosie, pocket full of poptops. 



NZ 



Numeral Society on the rocks . . . The epitome 
of Sartorial Splendor (J. Scar) . . . The Derby, 
Belmont, and Mardi Gras . . . Lydia E. will set you 
free . . . Sweet David . . . J. K. and B. K. — brown 
spot on your dial . . . Thunder Road . . . The 
Majors, hot fun . . . Numeral Society Homecoming 
Special . . . The rich get richer and the poor get 
poorer . . . Definitely Numeral Society material 
... To SAZ from a friend in SAE . . . Master 
Batters . . . Aborted Tech trek . . . Greek Weak 
. . . Clayton House smokers . . . Edisto . . . Nu 
Sig feels a draught . . . Numbers take Greek Sing 
lightly, as it should be . . . Welcome Tiger fans 
. . . Cherub . . . Good time is had by all, left side 
Wannamaker Hall . . . New stigma . . . Boss line 
. . . Vini, Vidi, Vici . . . Underground at Jack's 
Palace . . . Lowderburger . . . McMillan needs a 
nickname . . . Kid . . . Paul lives . . . Moore and 
his shadow . . . Fourteen years of unsurpassed 
excellence . . . Numeral Society and Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, always first and finest. 

ZAE 



David Andrews 


Robert Lyons 






Thurston Bagnal 


Robert McCormick 






Richard Ballenger 


James McGee 






Sam Boykin 


Robert McKinney 






Orren Byrd 


Victor McKoy 






Alan Culler 


Keith McLeod 






Joe Culler 


Lawrence McMillan 






Baxter Culler 


Robert Mitchell 






James Dukes 


Richard Molten 






William Durant 


William Moore 






Marion Floyd 


John Morgan 






Greg Frampton 


Paul Morris 






William Free 


Bill Myers 






Lee Gardner 


Michael Myers 






Danny Gregg 


John Ross 






Simons Hane 


James Scarborough 






Stephen Hixson 


William Self 






John Jeffers 


Farley Shuler 






Ernest Jeffords 


Harry Thomas 






John Kapp 


John Thornhill 






Willie Kelley 


Charles Wallmo 






William Kimbrell 


George Waltman 






William Kirkpatrick 


Angus Warren 






McDonald Law 


William Wilburn 






Bud Legare 


Thomas Wright 






Ronny Lowder 












Identification on P 


595 







SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 

Donnie Dukes President 

William Self Vice-President 

John Jeffers Secretary 

Lee Gardner Treasurer 



ACROSS. RIGHT: Prospective Lydia E. Pinkum Award 
Winner— Bill Kimbrell. ACROSS, LEFT: The dynamic 
duo — Paul and Scar. RIGHT: The roughest road trip in 
years!!! LOWER RIGHT: The NS Special— on time, for 
once. LOWER LEFT: Vikings by 17? 





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Jane Ellen Bartles 


Cathy Cox 




Kenyon Fairey 


Diane Jameson 


Patti McCuen 


Sally Smith 


Peggy Batson 


Mary Craig 




Ann Garrett 


Judy Jameson 


Judi Nicks 


Sandra Stash 


Diana Bissey 


Brenda Curtis 




Alex Georgeo 


Dawn Jones 


Elaine Owens 


Tessa Stewart 


Donna Brooks 


Judy DeHoff 




Lucy Gordon 


Ann Kester 


Linda Parker 


Sally Tripp 


Anna Busby 


Barbara Diegl 





Gail Hanna 


Peggy Macauley 


Sharon Rice 


Emily Warren 


Susan Calllson 


Millie Donald* 


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Laurie Holleman 


Vicki Mathis 


Barbara Rodgers 


Claudia Young 


Sandra Corley 


Diana Edward 


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Nonie Hudnall 













OZT 



In August — Rally Omicron . . . Picnic and Softball 
at the Y-Beach . . . Busby A-go-go . . . wad, wad, 
wad ... I want the biggest potato . . . Dear Secret 
Sis . . . those Med students in Charleston . . . first 
down on the 54-yard line . . . Rick wants one girl 
on that rock and the other in the stream . . . OZT 
on the rocks . . . We've got a Homecoming Queen! 
. . . the Tiger is in an Army truck . . . Put the 
beacon on the deacon . . . Halloween at the day 
care center . . . Marshal Busby . . . sober up, it's 
your mother . . . too many golden crumbles . . . 
a great I Oth anniversary blow out . . . where are 
your pajamas! ! ? . . . it's Baby Ruthie . . . Dawn, 
get rid of that incense ... a triple candlelight! 
. . . Bissey showers Parker and she's lavaliered to 
A-suite ... A change of roomies . . . Our Christ- 
mas party: champagne, steak, and Flu . . . Millie's 
lollipop . . . A-suite graduated in December . . . 
Vacation, telegrams, and Rush . . . Grover's shirt 
... a yodeling goatherd with amnesia ... A 
adorable you see . . . alumnae re-visit ... A new 
thing for us, National visits . . . Here they come 
. . . making our choice . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma's 
the one ... an Owl, a Key, a Fleur-de-lis . . . with 
love and pride Kappa sisters are we . . . And you 
know, I wouldn't give a rappa, for anything but 
Kappa . . . spread the good word . . . only the best. 

KKr 



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Judy Nicks 
Alex Geor 


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President 




Vice 


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Lucy Gord 


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Treasurer 


Diane Jameson 




Secretary 




ACROSS, BOTTOM: The Kappas juklng it out 
at Dixie Day! ACROSS, TOP' RIGHT: The 
Chrome Garden plays for the 10th Annual 
Party. ACROSS, TOP LEFT: KKG Dixie Day 
Oueen. Donna Brooks. TOP: The Kappas work 
hard on their Homecoming Display. BOTTOM: 
Partying in the tenth year of the sorority. 





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A new year, a new name ... a lot of tradition, 
but still the same . . . pay attention, boy . . . ear 
job, neck job and a super-neck . . . many diamonds 
with set dates, houseparty at Rockmont — get it 
straight! . . . you can't score if you don't go to 
bat . . . kick-off, Booster, Crash, and all that . . . 
1970 — the year of the bean . . . punt or grind — 
it's up to you . . . outa-damn-sight . . . Wednesday 
night swims at Hartwell, all right! . . . Dummy, 
Goofy, Zero, Flappy, and Tiger — the intellectual 
in-crowd . . . Rush and Homecoming both are 
unreal ... a moving display that again was still 
. . . the Marlboros and the Columbians — Big 
George is max . . . Hose is married, life is lax . . . 
the old salts graduate, and new sprouts take over 
. . . med school and dental school? — a lot of hope- 
fuls . . . road trips to the Rock on hump day . . . 
remodeled ghetto, but the same hall . . . southern 
tradition, the Old South Ball . . . somebody get 
Pretty a date . . . party at Mullen's, but he doesn't 
know it . . . dates from the Zoo, something new 
. . . Razor tongue . . . Lester called today — where 
are you, boys? ... no pity for a cripple . . . three 
on a string . . . don't you ever die . . . arrogant 
pledge . . . tremendous year for the Phi Kapps 
. . . the end of ten years . . . Delta Omicron of 
Kappa Alpha ... an end and a beginning. 



KA 





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Richard Black 


Charles Eldridge 


Larry Huggins 


Tom Moss 


John Ratteree 


Craig Thomas 


Jimmy Buck 


Danny Freeman 


Walter Jenkins 


John Mullen 


Johnny Roberts 


Goody Thomas 


Lonnie Bull 


Tim Grant 


Pope Johnson 


Larry Oates 


Andrew Sidrony 


Bill Verross 


George Bullwinkel 


Jim Hall 


Pink Kellett 


David Pitner 


Steve Smoak 


Doug Watters 


Doug Conrad 


Butch Harris 


Buddy Leenhardt 


Jim Poling 


Sammy Spann 


Fred Worsham 


Lynn Dantzler 


Tommy Henderson 


Charles Mcellen 


Charles Ratteree 


Charles Tennett 


Steve Wray 


Bob Durant 


Curt Hogan 











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PPA ALPHA 

Charles Ratterree President 

Charles Eldridge Vice-President 

William Verross Secretary 

James Poling Treasurer 




ACROSS, TOP: Yeah, glad to meet you too, Russ. ACROSS, BOTTOM: "I told 
y'all we should have started this damn display before Tuesday. LEFT: Grazing in the 
grass at the Greek games. RIGHT: The Marlboros incapture Zero and J. C. at the 
Formal. 








Freeze . . . the Zetas are back ... no hair . . . 
lots of war stories . . . nationals arrive and Nathan 
finally gets one ... we got the best . . . Zetas 
celebrate tenth anniversary on top ... a first 
semester rush? . . . not another Hughes or is he 
Snowball . . . one Hud out, one Hud in . . . big 
"O" gets sixpack . . . she's our sweetheart too, 
Hooks . . . CDA and 3 out of 4 . . . Joe Willie 
Smith and his team . . . Tigerama and the Zetas 
place again with Grimes way out in front . . . 
November nineteenth and we are PIKA's . . . 
"Crate" slips and gets a 3.8 . . . Gregeo and 
Judiette . . . Durthea and Karen . . . Moses and 
No-Neck . . . Blackcloud . . . Hurt and his DD's . . . 
Brenau? . . . Christmas party, oysters, ugh! . . . 
Gilbert gets ram air . . . diamonds flying every- 
where . . . Bazemore married? . . . another sadness 
and the PIKA's return to school one less in number 
. . . January, a month to remember . . . rush . . . 
the PIKA's follow the Zeta tradition . . . TOP 
pledge class . . . and the quad knows it . . . in- 
spection . . . installation . . . January thirty-first, 
a charter, and we're number one again . . . Eta 
Alpha . . . would you believe two advisors this 
time . . . Doc and Col . . . ieee, and it's Charleston 
again . . . Red, and Becky, and Greer, or Bay Bay? 
. . . PIKA banquet brings tux and tails . . . another 
GREAT year, the best yet . . . Defrost. 

IIKA 




Wayne Abrams 
Johnny Allen 
Harry Askins 
Randy Bazemore 
Wayne Brockington 
Marvin Buchanan 
Moffat Burris 



Oscar Carter 
Corkey Cooper 
Mike Cornish 
Rob Cox 
Al Droege 
Benny Duncan 



Robert Epps 
Jerry Eskew 
Tom Fulmer 
Dave Gilbert 
David Gilstrap 
John Graham 




Buddy Grimes 
Mile Hendrix 
Ben Hooks 
Charles Hudson 
Larry Hudson 
Charles Hughes 
Windy Hughes 
Al Hurt 
Eddie Jones 
Al Jolly 
Don Kelley 
Jim Kinard 
Rodney Langley 



Robert Lee 
Chuck Lindsay 
Danny Mace 
Pete Macomson 
Jim Mackintosh 
David McLellan 
Larry Miller 
Steve Moore 
Rodger Mudd 
John Mullen 
Paul Myers 
Greg Pearce 
Gary Pringle 



Bill Presson 
Bill Reese 
Riney Rinehart 
Ken Simmons 
Allen Smith 
Kim Snoody 
Craig Stafford 
Jim Taylor 
Joe Turner 
Johnny Turner 
Ray Wilson 
Mike Wingo 



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ZBX 

Mrs. Newman s boarding house, seven hopeful 
girls . . . Sigma Beta Chi is born . . . One year of 
hard work and planning, a constitution is formed, 
ritual is created, blue and white, magnolias bright, 
shiney new pins . . . Twelve new pledges, twenty 
points a day . . . honors come . . . Miss C. U. . . . 
Dixie Day Queen . . . SBX is in full swing . . . 
Sigmas on the go . . . Tigerama tradition . . . first 
woman TAPS editor . . . Best Dressed Coed . . . 
Initiations . . . slaves on the quad . . . Easter party 
at Tomassee, all climaxed with a spring banquet 
... a year for firsts . . . Sigmas number one . . . 
Magnolia Manor . . . twenty new pledges . . . third 
straight win on Dixie Day . . . the trophy is retired 
. . . first candlelights . . . white formais alike . . . 
another happy year . . . Sigmas beam . . . Sigmas 
in the know . . . Miss C. U. ... Who's Who, 
sorority room fun . . . color t. v. . . . stereo set . . . 
Sigmas boast the largest pledge class yet ... A 
time for growth and change . . . Sigmas are ready 
... a brand new face . . . visiting nationals . . . 
decisions to make . . . Chi Omega first . . . me- 
nagerie of owls . . . Chi O Manor . . . fantastic 
pledges and our quota met ... A happy end to 
a wonderful beginning . . . YOU'VE COME A 



LONG WAY, BABY! 

xo 



Deana Anderson 
Diane Ashley 
Martha Carol Blakely 
Gail Brewer 
Ellen Calhoun 
Marilyn Jones 
Nancy Dannals 
Cathy Dodds 
San Finley 
Angie Fowler 
Robin Hadden 
Dianne Harrison 
Suzy Harte 
Jane Hass 
Bobbie Hayes 
Joan Hindman 
Sue Holcombe 
Lyn Jackson 
Kay Knoy 



Judi Kossler 
Karen Lewis 
Pat Mansfield 
Georgia Montgomery 
Barbara Wells 
Jere Ragsdale 
Diane Railton 
Harriet Robins 
Harriet Ross 
Paula Sloan 
Rowena Sobczyk 
Brenda Spearman 
Carol Stahlkuppe 
Bonnie Truluck 
Ginny West 
Janice Wilson 
Diane Wright 
Darra Williamson 



Identification on P. 597 





ACROSS, FAR RIGHT: Little got just what she wanted at 
the Chi O Christmas party. ACROSS, UPPER LEFT: The 
Statue at Liberty of Tigerama. ACROSS, BOTTOM: Jane 
teaches the Chi Omegas a Christmas carol. ABOVE: Chi 
Omega's pledge season ends with costume capers. BOT- 
TOM: Dixie Day poses all kinds of problems. 



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Suzie Harte Vice-President 

Carol Stahlltuppe Treasurer 



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Newton, Armistead, Gill — the Marx 
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Doug Armistead 


Buddy Dulin 


Geoff Baker 


Bobby Durant 


George Bolen 


Buz Dunaway 


Don Bruce 


Bill Edwards 


John Burroughs 


William Edwa 


Lew Cato 


Pete Enis 


Bennette Cornwell 


Rick Fillyaw 


Mike Cornwell 


John Fulmer 


Henry Cogan 


Danny Foster 


Bratton DeLoach 


Ted Fox 



Austin Gilbert 
Bruce Gilbertson 
Mike Gill 
Mike Griggs 
Jim Hanahan 
Al Haselden 
Danny Herlong 
Jim Hines 
Pledger Hodges 
Jim Holbrook 






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Calvert Huffines 




Mike LeGrand 


Nate Newton 


Lake Jameson 




Chuck Luther 


Ray Oliver 


Randy Jenkins 




Mark Meyer 


Pete Pappas 


Sonny Jones 




Chuck Mikell 


William Porter 


Chuclc Joye 




Ronnie Milam 


Al Puckett 


Michael Kaylor 




Mike Miller 


Marc Ragsdale 


Tommy Klugh 




Tommy McDaniel 


Milke Stewart 


Winston Lawton 




Harry Moore 


Tim Turner 


Frank Lee 




Bill Neely 


Calvin Weeks 



Identification on P. 598 




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Gordon Metsky 
Marc Feinberg 
Richard Reith 
Mark Goldman 
Barry Koretz 
Steve Burns 



Tim Coffey 
Rich Abrahams 
Bob Aines 
Wayne Baker 
Robert Bayerl 
Skip Brown 






Shreve Davis 
Bill DuBois 
Mllce Geronimos 
Bill Hasskamp 
Chris Henderson 
Forrest Henrikson 






Bert Homan 
Hank Ireland 
Ted Klemetti 
Phil Legnetti 
Larry Leseman 
Bob Levine 



Jim Maness 
John Meade 
Dick Merrick 
John Mickanis 
Tony Mirabelli 
John Oxford 



Max Schreiber 
Mike Taylor 
Augie Tortora 
Chris Trivelas 
Colin Urquhart 
Carl Zambon 




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November 12, 1967 . . . Chi Lambda . . . "Norris 
Hall" . . . Get your feet off the table, you stupid 
lobster ... oh no, a Wop blue bar . . . where's 
Holly Springs . . . funny flicks . . . the left door, 
downstairs to the left . . . Atlanta, Ga., Dick's 
house . . . locker room parties . . . bellbottom 
pants . . . clean cut Lambdas . . . Ahhhh, can you 
dig it — Lambdas can . . . Symbos and Nicko . . . 
Larry, she must like you — she won't dance with 
anyone else . . . Sole music? ? ? . . . A student 
Outhouse . . . The Friends of Mind, the best ever 
. . . Colon Urgrit . . . How do you spell Beef — , 
d-u-m . . . Wayne flys Delta — it's all Poo's fault . . . 
Canteen hour 9 a. m.-2 p. m . . . #31 will get you 
$4.50 . . . anybody up for a trip? ... I don't care, 
I'm graduating . . . War and Peace . . . who says 
nobody wants a l-Y, Moose ... I ain't getting 
serious ... a waxed gavel . . . Ox, Moose, & 
Magoo-mono — did you find the carrier? ... 3 for 
21 . . . the Holiday Inn has snakes . . . the great 
chase . . . Bert — Blood, Sweat & Tears . . . Oh, 
Boy . . . Sandbox ... I won't sit on your bed if 
you give me a cigarette . . . Bambi is not a deer 
... A Skelton is a fraternity brother's best friend 
. . . December 2, 1969 . . . Theta Chi . . . more to 
come. 



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ACROSS, TOP LEFT: Fish takes cool command of 
the situation. ACROSS, TOP RIGHT: Not every- 
one dances all the time. ACROSS, BOTTOM: 
"Tee" moves in for the big shot. TOP: Theta Chi 
reviews Chi Lambda days past during Rush. 
ABOVE: A Theta Chi sized drink. 



NEW NAMES . . 
NEW PLACES . . 
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ALPHA ZETA 

The year 1970 marks the 40th anniversary of 
the South Carolina Chapter of Alpha Zeta, 
founded on April 19, 1930, as the 38th Chapter 
of Alpha Zeta. Clemson University has the only 
chapter in the state. 

The fraternity is a national, honorary Agricul- 
tural fraternity with objectives to foster higher 
standards of scholarship, character, and leader- 
ship; to strive for unity of action and accomplish- 
ment of ideals; to render service to the student 
and agricultural divisions, and to promote the 
profession of Agriculture. Members are selected 
from students in Agriculture and Biological 
Sciences possessing high qualities of scholarship, 
leadership, and character. 

Alpha Zeta undertakes several social and ser- 
vice functions throughout the year, highlighted 
by an annual banquet in the spring. 

NEAL ATKINSON. President 





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Hendrlx, C. 
Hildebrand, W. 



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UPPER: Are you sure this is the right way? 
LOWER: You in the back, hands on the table. 
ACROSS: Alpha Zeta president calls for a vote. 









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ALPHA TAU ALPHA 

The Kappa Chapter of Alpha Tau Alpha is 
Clemson University's National Professional Agri- 
cultural Education Fraternity. Members are in- 
vited to join on a basis of scholarship, leadership, 
character, and outstanding achievement in the 
field of Agricultural Education. The purpose of 
the fraternity is to develop a true professiona 
spirit among teachers and teacher trainees ir 
Vocational Agricultural Education, and to fostei 
a fraternal spirit among its members. 

Alpha Tau Alpha's activities include a prograrr 
designed to increase interest of Agricultural Edu 
cational students in teaching Vocational Agricu 
ture and the awarding of a scholarship medal to 
the senior graduating in Agricultural Education 
with the highest scholastic average. 





Abernathy. L 
O'Briant, D. 



Ashley, J. 
Seay, M. 



Bolt, D. Love, K. Norton, J. 

Rhodes, W. Smith. T. Whitney, R. 



GAMMA ALPHA MU 




Gamma Alpha Mu, Clemson's honor fraternity for writers, 
this year celebrates its thirty-fifth birthday. Founded largely 
through the efforts of the late John D. Lane, a professor of 
English who was widely known as Clemson's "one man school 
of journalism," Gamma Alpha Mu claims among its members 
some of the university's most distinguished alumni, partic- 
ularly journalists and educators. Open to all students, new 
members are selected yearly on the basis of works submitted 
and revived by a board of Clemson alumni with distinguished 
literary achievements. Class standing or major course has 
no bearing on membership. The organization presents an 
award annually to the best student publication on campus 
and attempts to recognize and encourage outstanding writers 
in the student body in both journalism and creative writing. 
Members include not only members of the Tiger and Chron- 
icle staffs, but also many other independent writers on 
campus. 

MARTHA SEAY, President 

UPPER: Gamma Alpha Mu's muse over LIFE. LOWER 
Martha Seay. president, dlscussses an article with some 
other members. 



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BLUE KEY 

The membership of Blue Key National Fraternity at 
Clemson University is comprised of students representing 
many of the numerous and varied areas of student ac- 
tivity. Fraternal bonds within the fraternity remain strong 
as its members, through mutual cooperation, organize 
various activities. 

Blue Key has as its major project each year the plan- 
ning, directing, and coordinating of Tigerama, the stu- 
dent variety production. This production is traditionally 
presented on the eve of Homecoming each year. Pro- 
ceeds received from Tigerama finance Blue Key plans to 
sponsor a scholarship program for upperclassmen. 

Throughout each school year, members of Blue Key 
assume new responsibilities and projects. The fraternity 
is presently organizing the establishment of a plaque 
which will indicate the results of the Clemson-Carolina 
game for the first date of this match to the present. 

BARRY R. EDWARDS. President 





Aslcins. P. 
Gassaway, F. 



Barker, J. Bolt. J. Bostlc, J. 

Hanna, R. Hunt, D. Klahre, T. 



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Buck, J. Cochet, A. 

Oborn, R. Settle, J. 



Davis, J. 
Shelley, W. 



Edwards, B. Eldridge, R. Etheredge, W. Foster, J. 

Smith, J. Steer, J. Thompson, M. Turner, J. 



GAMMA BETA PHI 

This year the members of Gamma Beta Phi have strived 
to create an active organization to provide service and 
leadership to Clemson University. 

During the fall semester members gathered for several 
parties and social events. A successful drop-in and pledge 
season highlighted the semester. Pledge season ended 
with formal initiation and a banquet. 

The Gamma Beta Phi Society is well represented in all 
phases of campus life. Members play an active part in 
various other campus organizations — the Arnold Air So- 
ciety, Counterguerrillas, Tae Kwon Doe Club, WSBF Staff, 
and the Tiger Band. 

To be eligible for membership in Gamma Beta Phi, a 
student must maintain an overall Grade Point Ratio of 
2.7. Students meeting this requirement are invited to 
become active members of Gamma Beta Phi. 



CHUCK MUNN, President 




Floyd. L. 
Hayes, W. 



Bennett, R. 
Blackmon, M. 




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Burton, R. 
Caughman, Wes 



Chovan, J. 
Cole, C. 



Falls. L 
Gambrell, J. 



Gray, G. 
Harris, R. 



Holladay, C. 
Jacobs, W. 



Lesley, E. 
Lockery, J. 
Mattox, B. 
Means, K. 
Milhous, K. 

Newman, M. 
Patterson, J. 
Reed. E. 
Steele. W. 
Weathers. H. 
Wharton. J. 




MU BETA PSI 



Mu Beta Psi was established as a national music fra- 
ternity in 1928 on the campus of North Carolina State 
College in Raleigh, North Carolina. Shortly therafter a 
chapter was founded at Clemson College, Clemson, 
South Carolina. 

The purpose of the fraternity is two fold: 

1. To promote a better fellowship among the musicians 
of the various musical organizations and among the 
musicians of various colleges. 

2. To advance music to its proper place as an educa- 
tional subject. 

The brothers of Mu Beta Psi play an active role in 
Clemson's Tiger Band and University Glee Clubs. 

This year Delta Chapter produced "The Clemson Tra- 
dition, a long playing album with favorite Clemson 
marches along with the annual show, "Spring Sounds" 
which gives the students a chance to express themselves. 

EDWARD REED. President 



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ORDER OF ATHENA 

Order of Athena Honorary Sorority, organized 
in the spring of 1968 by the brothers of Blue Key 
as their sister society, is designed to honor those 
women students who have contributed to Clemson 
University. Members are chosen on the basis of 
leadership, scholarship, and service. 

In the spring of 1969, Order of Athena spon- 
sored the organization of a freshman honor society 
for women, based on ideals similar to those of Blue 
Key and the Order of Athena. The women of 
Order of Athena aide Blue Key in the sponsoring 
of some of their functions, as well as providing 
service of their own. The Greek goddess of wisdom, 
Athena, is symbolic of the goals strived for by this 
organization. 




UPPER RIGHT: Members L. Pitts, J. Nicks, J. Hass, J. Beach, 
R. Sobczyk, and J. Cely make plans for second semester. 
LOWER LEFT: The new members: R. Sobczyk, H. Robins, J. 
Nicks, J. Cely, M. Hart, D. Bissey. LOWER RIGHT: Water, 
water everywhere. 




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Phi Psi has had a busy spring and fall semester. 
Professor Thomas Campbell was named Man of the 
Year in Textiles of South Carolina, and Mr. Robert 
S. Small of Dan Rivers Mills along with Mr. Francis 
Townsend of the Graniteville Company were given 
honorary memberships. The fraternity went to the 
national convention in Princeton, New Jersey, and 
competed with other chapters in the presentation 
of educational textiles display. The brothers brought 
home a first place trophy. Eight new members have 
been taken into Phi Psi and have helped in a textile 
student recruiting project. The brothers also assisted 
in guided tours on high school student visitation 
days. The future holds a national convention at 
Calloway Gardens and the naming of a "Textile 
Man of the Year" and much work for textiles at 
Clemson. 

THOMAS KLAHRE. President 

UPPER: Understand all this stuff . . . you've got to be kid- 
ding! LOWER: One does not touch the body of Karnak! 




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PHI ETA SIGMA 

Phi Eta Sigma is a national honor fraternity 
that strives to recognize the outstanding scho- 
lastic achievement of freshmen. Unlike many 
other honoraries that judge eligibility on leader- 
ship and scholarship, Phi Eta Sigma membership 
is based solely on scholastic performance. A 
minimum grade-point ratio of 3.5 accumulated 
during either the first semester or the first two 
semesters serves as a base requirement for ad- 
mission. This year, as in the past, Phi Eta Sigma 
sponsored freshman achievement tests in both 
English and Mathematics, and the winners were 
recognized with special awards on Honors and 
Awards Day. At the same time, the senior with 
the highest grade-point ratio was given a Phi Eta 
Sigma key. The highlight of the year came during 
April when Phi Eta Sigma had its annual banquet 
in honor of the new initiates. 

JEROME C. WELLS. President 



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Drennan, R. 
Garnett, T. 
Jacobs, G. 



Jones, J. 
Meyer, T. 
Moose, T. 
Peace, D. 

Smith, W. 
Sutherland, D. 
Warner, J. 



Lombardi, J. 
Mims, P. 
Morris, T. 
Rogers, D. 
Steer, J. 
Thompson, P. 
Wells, J. 



Mclntyre, L. 
Moore, B. 
Myers, M. 
Shelley, W. 
Stanley, T. 
VanOsdell, D. 
Youell, G. 



Mauney, D. 
Moore, E. 
Osborne, G. 
Sherwood, G. 
Stewart, M, 
Verross, W. 
Young, T. 



PHI KAPPA PHI 



Phi Kappa Phi is a national organization with the 
primary objective of recognition and encourage- 
ment of superior scholarship in all fields of study. 
Membership 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 thirty-first anniversary on 
the Clemson campus and continuing the fulfillment 
of its motto — "The love of learning rules the 
world" — Phi Kappa Phi also 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. 

EUGENE PARK, President 






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Betsill, W. 


Bouchillon, R. 


Brennan, J. 


Cloninger, J. 


Corpening, B. 


Garnett, T. 


Hatchell, R. 


Herrington, E. 


Jansen, S. 


Jones, M. 


McAlister, J. 


Parker, L 


Robinson, W. 


Tripp, S. 


Verross, W 




Buller, R. Cely. J. 

Gooding, C. Gordon, L. 

Johnson, S. Jones, C. 

Mauney. D. Richbourg, V 

Walden, W. Worsham, G. 



OPPOSITE LEFT: Phi Kappa Phi members terminate semester with annual banquet. 
LEFT: Then they drummed him out of West Point and took away his . . . UPPER: 
A blank piece of paper at formal initiation, really! 




TAU BETA PI 



Tau Beta Pi, founded at LeHigh University in 
1885, is the nation's oldest engineering honor so- 
ciety. South Carolina Alpha, the local chapter, was 
installed in 1928 with the purpose of recognizing 
in a fitting manner those undergraduates in engi- 
neering who have demonstrated their superior 
scholarship and exemplary character. 

Membership in Tau Beta Pi represents the highest 
mark of achievement for an engineering student, 
and is an honor which is universally respected in 
the engineering profession. 

Members are selected from those men and 
women who rank in at least the upper fifth of the 
senior engineering enrollment and the upper eighth 
of the junior engineering enrollment. 

Tau Beta Pi also strives to encourage a spirit of 
liberal culture through sponsorship of essay con- 
tests, a slide rule course, academic awards, and 
talks to the engineering freshmen each year. 

DENNIS L. MAUNEY. President 




Brooks, N. Coleman, J. 

Mauney, D. Robinson, W. 



Corpening, B. Davenport, H. 

Singletary, G. Tennant, M. 



Gooding, C. 
Walden, W. 



Herrington, E. 
Wyatt, L 




TAU SIGMA DELTA 

Tau Sigma Delta, the national honor fraternity 
in architecture and the allied arts, was first repre- 
sented at Clemson University in the spring of 1965. 
Membership is based on high academic standing 
and professional promise. The requirements for 
membership into the Phi Chapter of Tau Sigma 
Delta at Clemson are somewhat higher than the 
national requirements, making this a more selective 
group. 

Although it is basically an honor fraternity, Tau 
Sigma Delta has endeavored to take on a limited 
number of projects that stimulate understanding 
and appreciation of both architectural education 
and practice. 

A slide show, concerning itself with all phases 
of the architectural student's life, was offered to 
all prospective state high school students. 

JOHN D. JACQUES, President 




UPPER, SITTING, LEFT TO RIGHT: G. Indylc, R. Edney. S. Hanlcins, J. Jacques, 
T. Pope, D. Matthews, J. Abrams. STANDING: C. Wrigley, P. Gilbert, D. 
Hauseman, J. Morgan, W. Shelley, R. Kapp. ABSENT: J. Barker. LOWER: Tau 
Sigma Delta members and faculty enjoy annual banquet at The Clemson House. 



TIGER BROTHERHOOD 

Tiger Brotherhood, born during the cadet walk- 
outs in the twenties, celebrated its 40th anniversary 
this year. During its early years, Tiger Brotherhood 
assumed the role of cadet government, making 
suggestions, holding discussions, and representing 
the student viewpoint in matters affecting cadet 
life. 

Today Tiger Brotherhood, still embracing the 
same basic tenents as established by its founders, 
promotes high standards of social and ethical con- 
duct, while recognizing in its members an earnest 
devotion to Clemson. Tiger Brotherhood, a cross- 
sectional representation of the Clemson community, 
provides a viable, flexible, and continuing forum 
for ideas and unending service to Clemson. Stu- 
dents, faculty, and staff all work within the bonds 
of brotherhood to champion a closer relationship. 




Alexander, M. 
Clyne, T. 



Anderson, J. 
Craven, L. 



Barker, J. 
Crawford, C. 




Buck. J. 
Etheredqe, W. 




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Jeffers, J. Jordan, J. Kendrick, T. Mahaffey. J. Moore, D. Morris, P. Poling, J. 

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OPPOSITE: Tiger Brotherhood members enjoy 
annual banquet. UPPER, LEFT TO RIGHT: P. 
Morris, President; J. Barker, Vice-President; R. 
zemore, Secretary. ABSENT: J. Sursavage, 
Treasurer. MIDDLE: This is Clemson's best? 
LOWER: You ought to see my old soft shoe. 



Settle, J. Sursavage, J 

Wilson, R. Yauqer, R. 




Bellten, E. 
Bullock, R. 



XI SIGMA PI 



Xi Sigma Pi is the honorary organization for stu- 
dents majoring in forestry. The main objective of 
Xi Sigma Pi is the promotion of close unity between 
future foresters sharing a common interest in per- 
sonal achievement. 

Membership is based on the individual's grade- 
point ratio, leadership ability, interest and partici- 
pation in curricula, and extra-curricular activities. 
The initiation for new members lasts for a week, 
closing with a formal ceremony. 

Each year the fraternity presents a scholarship 
recognition award to the deserving sophomore, 
junior, and senior in forestry. The members also 
contribute to the "Clemson Forester," the annual 
publication of Clemson forestry students. Each year 
Xi Sigma Pi increases its membership as the forestry 
curriculum at Clemson University expands. 




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Dreher, T. 



Jensen, J. 
Miller, J. 



Ozbolt. R. 
Patterson, M. 



Sibley, C. 
Stewart, D. 



Thomas, B. 






Whittalcer, D. 



UPPER: Formal initiation is a solemn occasion 
LOWER: That's a good one, I never heard it before 



AMERICAN 
ASSOCIATION OF 
TEXTILE CHEMISTS 
AND COLORISTS 

The Student Chapter of the American Association 
of Textile Chemists and Colorists is a professiona 
organization for those persons interested in the 
chemistry of fibers, dyestuffs and adjuncts of textile 
applications. Since the AATCC was founded in 1 92 I , 
its basic goal has been to provide a formum for the 
dissemination of knowledge concerning textile 
chemistry for the professional development of its 
members. 

The main activities of the AATCC include speak- 
ers from industry, plant trips, and a steak supper 
each semester. It is thought that the various speak- 
ers and plant trips bring the students closer to the 
realities of the Textile industry. The members also 
come in contact with the leaders of the textile in- 
dustry fostering relationships that may result in 
better jobs on graduation. 

ROBERT W. MILLAR, President 



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AMERICAN 
ASSOCIATION OF 
TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 

The student chapter of the American Association 
for Textile Technology provides textile students with 
a means of becoming associated with the organi- 
zation of the National AATT and advancing its 
goals. The student chapter of AATT was organized 
at Clemson in 1962. The purpose of AATT is to 
keep students informed on current developments in 
the textile industry. The purpose is accomplished 
through having speakers and taking field trips. 
Membership is open to all undergraduates with 
majors in textiles or textile science or a major con- 
centration in textiles. AATT helps with the con- 
struction of a homecoming display each year and 
is active during high school day in Sirrine Hall. The 
highlight of the year is the now famous student- 
faculty softball game. 

BILL McGUIGAN. President 




Austin, R. 




Bouchillon, 


R. 


Evans, W. 


Gambrell 


J. 


' Klahre, T. 




Leary, G. 


Love, S. 




McGuigan 


W. 


Maynard, B. 


Maynard, 


D. 


Miller, J. 




Williams, J. 




AMERICAN 
CERAMIC SOCIETY 

The American Ceramic Society is an organization 
composed of students ma|oring in Ceramic Engi- 
neering. The society holds at least one regularly 
scheduled meeting each month. 

The purpose of ACS is to provide the students 
with insight into industrial application of Ceramic 
technology. This is accomplished by bringing in 
speakers from various fields of Ceramic Engineering. 
These speakers include plant managers, process 
engineers, and quality control engineers. Further- 
more, the society takes several plant trips each year. 
This gives the student a chance to see a ceramic 
operation in progress. 

The society has several social events during the 
year. At the end of each year, a banquet is held 
to honor outstanding students. 

BILL GRUBER, President 









Barrett, D. 


Belouin, W. 


Bennett, R. 


Blakely, J. 


Brown, D. 


Burbage, C. 


Carrier, J. 


Davison, C. 


Denison, D. 


Dobbins, J. 


Drennan, W. 


Gruber, W. 


Johnson, J. 


Jolly, R. 


Jones, G. 


Kennedy, C. 


Kessler, M. 


Knight, F. 


Landon, T. 


McKinney, T. 


Mode, G. 


Moore, V. 


Myers, D. 


Poteat, G. 


Presson, W. 


Rentz, A. 


Starling, C. 


Walker, D 



AGRICULTURAL AND 
BIO-SCIENCE COUNCIL 

The Ag.-Bio. Science Council is composed of 
representatives from the various departments in the 
College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences. 
They meet together to plan and participate in ac- 
tivities that serve their departments. In serving in 
an advisory capacity to the Dean of Agriculture 
and Biological Sciences, the Council this year sought 
to maintain communication between the Adminis- 
tration and the many organizations that the Ag-Bio 
Council represents. 

The Council sponsored social events as well as 
meaningful activities. A square dance in the fall 
was held as the big entertainment for the first se- 
mester. Guest speakers and High School Visitation 
Day were activities for second semester. By these 
functions the Council seeks to promote interest in 
agriculture and the biological sciences. 




UPPER: Johnny Cash-a-way demonstrates the Ag-Bio shuffle. 
LOWER: 1 bet you thought I was the go-go dancer at the 
Red Carpet. 



Smith, M- 
Steer, J. 
| Stewart, D. 
Wall, W. 




AG-ECON CLUB 

The Agricultural Economics Club of Clemson 
University promotes fellowship between students 
and staff members of Agricultural Economics. This 
organization familiarizes its members with current 
agricultural and economic problems and makes 
available all information and advice within this field. 

The club sponsors field trips of interest to the 
students; in the past trips have been made to 
Atlanta, Charleston, and Greenville. The club also 
presents various speakers to its members through- 
out the year. Perhaps one of the most important 
proiects this organization sponsors is the prepara- 
tion of a news bulletin devoted to encouraging 
high school seniors to attend Clemson and major 
in Agricultural Economics and to promote the 
department's graduate program. 

Social activities of this organization include a 
homecoming display and a banquet for the mem- 
bers, their dates, and staff members. 

WILLIAM HAND, President 



BELOW, FIRST ROW: M. Alexander, R. Copeland, R.Edwards, 
M. Carmichael, B. Hammond, Curtis Hobbs. SECOND ROW: 
B. Hand, G. Butler, H. Frye, J. Floyd, D. Nolen. THIRD 
ROW: P. Black. J. Edwards. LOWER: There's nothing like a 
tree meal! 




nham, H. 
Deanhardt, M. 





Jackson, L. 



fll McCrerry, P. 
II McNair, L. 



AMERICAN CHEMICAL 
SOCIETY 

The student chapter of the American Chemical 
Society is open to all students majoring in chemistry 
or chemical engineering. Numbered among the 
yearly activities of the organization are picnics, field 
trips, and service projects. The American Chemical 
Society sponsors a tutoral program for students en- 
rolled in freshman chemistry. All projects are 
financed through the yearly sale of laboratory 
aprons and safety goggles, thereby eliminating the 
need for collection of local dues while promoting 
the use of safety equipment. 

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. 

MARSHALL DEANHARDT, President 



UPPER: Did you see his heart beat jump when you poured 
that in with the latex. 



AMERICAN 
DAIRY SCIENCE 
ASSOCIATION 



The Clemson Chapter of American Dairy Science 
Association kicked off this year's activities with a 
hamburger cook-out for members and faculty. Later 
during first semester, the club-sponsored dairy cattle 
judging team placed well in the Southern region 
contest and later participated in the National Dairy 
Cattle Contest in Ohio. The club was represented 
in Miss Homecoming pageant by Angie Fowler, and 
Barbara San Miguel sponsored them in the Miss 
Clemson University Contest. Angie Fowler was also 
selected Clemson Dairy Princess by the club. At 
Christmas the club brought a bit of cheer to some 
aged citizens in a Clemson area rest home. 

Highlighting second semester were: a joint meet- 
ing with the University of Georgia's Dairy Club, a 
student-faculty Softball game, and presentation of 
a Dairy Achievement Award. 

KIRK McKEOWN. President 

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Bridwell, F. 


Catto, M. 


Glenn, E. 


Hammond, T. 


Jameson, H. 


Jordan, J. 


McKeown, S. 


Mills, S. 


Moore, C 


Peeler, H. 


Shumpert, C. 


Steer, J. 



UPPER: President Kirk McKeown presents a gift to Sweetheart Angie Fowler. LOWER: 
I ain't complaining — I have heard that students eat at Dan's. 




Bethea, T. 
Brundage, D. 



Coleman, F. 
Dobbins, T. 



Dobson, H. 
Garrett, T. 



AMERICAN SOCIETY 
OF AGRICULTURAL 
ENGINEERS 

The American Society of Agricultural Engineers 
promotes the interest of the students in agricultural 
engineering, emphasizing professional development. 
The South Carolina Branch has set an enviable rec- 
ord for itself, placing third in the nation in its class 
in the annual Food and Industrial Equipment Award, 
and having an immediate past president of the 
Southeastern Regional Council of Student Branches 
of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers. 

The branch supports itself with a field project 
each year. This includes planting, cultivating, spray- 
ing, and harvesting a sixteen acre plot of soybeans. 
This year all work was done by branch members. A 
field trip, sponsored each year by the branch, in- 
volves visits to different businesses which are par- 
ticularly concerned with Agricultural Engineering as 
a profession. 

THOMAS DOBBINS, President 

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are the creation of a physical environment of use, order, and beauty 
through the resources of design, economics, technology, and management, 
the physical environment includes a spectrum of elements serving man, 

from the artifact and the building 
to the community and the region, 
that they serve man well requires of the architect 
a sensitivity to human needs and aspirations, 
and an imaginative response to special and political evolution, 
to economic and organizational change, 
and to technical development of materials and construction methods. 

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AMERICAN INSTITUTE 
OF CHEMICAL 
ENGINEERS 

The student chapter of the American Institute of 
Chemical Engineers was founded on the Clemson 
campus in 1947. Membership in the student chapter 
is restricted to chemical engineering students who 
have attained at least a sophomore rating. The 
purpose of the AlChE is to further the interests of 
the students in the realm of Chemical Engineering 
and to promote professionalism. This is accom- 
plished by having guest speakers from industry lec- 
ture at bimonthly meetings of the chapter. The 
senior members of the AlChE participate in numer- 
ous plant trips to gain firsthand information about 
the chemical industry. 

The AlChE also engages in social activities. The 
chapter constructs a display in front of Earle Hall 
on Homecoming weekend, and a party is given for 
members twice during the year. 

JERRY MARTIN, President 





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Allen, C. 


Amick, H. 


Archie, W. 


Barker, J. 


Binkley, P. 


Bowen, D. 


Brink, H. 


Bruce, D. 


Campbell, A. 


Clarke, L. 


Coble, M. 


Cole, C. 


Corpening, B. 


Corpening, J. 


Culbertson, C 


Culler, W. 


Davis, J. 


DuBose, P. 


DuPre, C. 


Dyson, H. 


Edmonds, J. 


Fagg, D. 


Feaster, D. 


Fletcher, D. 


Ford, B. 


Freeland. M. 


Glen, S. 


Goff, L. 


Gooding, C. 


Gossett, W. 


Graham, J. 


Hall, J. 


Harmon, L. 


Hawthorne, R. 


Herrington, E 




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Hodge, M. 
Landrum, R. 
Martin, J. 
Moore, E. 
Rawl, D. 
Scherler, W. 
VanOsdell, D. 



Jacobs, W. 
Laney, J. 
Massie, J. 
Munn, H. 
Reed, J. 
Shirley, W. 
Warren, J. 



Jones, C. 
Lindstedt, R. 
McLeod, H. 
Newman, M. 
Roberts, B. 
Simmons, R. 
Watson, W. 



Kimmitt, R. 
Liskey, J. 
Meadors, R. 
Pepples, J. 
Robinson. W. 
Stokely, M. 
Whetsell, D. 



Koppel, P. 
Little, J. 
Miley, D. 
Pool, J. 
Roof, R. 
Taylor, J. 
Wyatt, L. 



Kunz, R, 
Louis, J. 
Mims, P. 
Powell, R. 
Rutland, C. 
Trice, N. 
Young, J. 



IOTA LAMBDA SIGMA 



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lota Lambda Sigma is a national organization 
dedicated to the promotion of Industrial Education 
by special recognition of high scholarship, profes- 
sional training and the creation and maintaining 
of a close fraternal bond within the profession. It 
is an honorary-professional organization, selecting 
its membership from Clemson majors in Industrial 
Education as well as from professional workers in 
the field. 

lota Lambda Sigma was chartered on the Clem- 
son campus in 1930, making it the second oldest 
professional fraternity on campus. 

Each semester new members undergo an initi- 
ation period of three weeks, followed by a banquet 
in their honor. Other yearly activities include the 
making of plaques for other campus organizations, 
projects for surrounding communities, Homecoming 
displays, picnics, and seminars for persons inter- 
ested in Industrial Education. 



CALVIN BOWIE, President 







Lake, K. 
Tucker, J. 



Link, G. 
Yauger, R. 








SIGMA PSI NU 

Sigma Psi Nu, the first organization of its kind at 
Clemson, has as its purpose furthering the brother- 
hood of the Clemson University swimming team and 
providing a recruiting and scholarship means for 
incoming freshmen who show potential as assets to 
the team. 

Probably the most important function of the club 
is the annual Freshman Drop-In, which is held in 
September to help freshman swimmers adjust to 
their new environment. Also, each year the club 
contacts potential college swimmers still in high 
school. These high school athletes are invited to 
visit the Clemson campus and to consider it as the 
college of their choice. 

DOUG BRAUN, President 










Braun, D. 


Brooks, J. 


Bruno, G. 


Gagel, T. 


Garces, R. 


Haene, T. 


Lovell, M. 


Mitchell, G. 


Mossman, M. 


Player, V. 


Schmidt, R. 


Skilton, W. 


Strehle, F. 


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The Clemson University student chapter of the 
American Association of Civil Engineers was estab- 
lished in order to provide opportunities for the 
students in civil engineering to make professional 
acquaintances and associations. 

A number of speakers in the various fields of 
civil engineering highlighted the engineering phase 
of ASCE this year. Working many hours on a 
Homecoming display, editing an annual student 
publication, and participating in the Carolina Con- 
ference with other ASCE societies rounded out the 
civil engineers' calendar year. 

The functions and field trips this year, as always, 
were planned to best acquaint and interest civil 
engineering students with the various phases of 
their field. 




Holle, W. 
Russell, J. 


King, O. 
Shackelford, C. 


Lynch, D. 
Spe+ngel, T. 


McDowell, G. 
Stover, V. 


Muccino, P. 
Stroman, D. 


Barnwell, T. 
Brabham. D. 
Crowe, M. 
Exley, S. 
Groover, S. 
Ogletree, R. 
Sweeney, M. 


Blackwell, E 
Cribb, D. 
Evans, R. 
Graham, J. 
Henning, R 
Parker, T. 
Terry, D. 






AMERICAN SOCIETY 
OF MECHANICAL 
ENGINEERS 

The American Society of Mechanical Engineers 
is a national engineering society dedicated to the 
advancement of the engineering profession. Mem- 
bership is open to any mechanical engineering stu- 
dent in good standing. 

ASME students participate in such contests as 
design contests, the Bendix Award, and technical 
paper presentations. The Clemson chapter holds 
the coveted Bendix Award which is presented for 
the best organization, programs and student par- 
ticipation. Members also take an active part in such 
activities as the Homecoming display, field trips, 
and the annual regional student conference. 

The ASME is a very useful outlet for students. 
The club brings together all mechanical engineering 
students from freshmen to graduates. Many friend- 
ships and working relations are developed that will 
be of value after graduation. 

BILLY STEWART. President 




Burns. S. 


Carter, J. 


Cooper, H. 


Cromer 


M. 


Dawkins, B. 


Derrick, D. 


Detwiler, K. 


McCleave, W. 


Harrower, S. 


Herndon, S. 


Holcombe, J. 


Jay, J. 




Jones, R. 


Lever, J. 


Glinn, J. 


McCullough, W 







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OPPOSITE LEFT: Club members challenge the future. 
LEFT: All aboard for the magical mystery tour. BELOW: 
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BLOCK AND BRIDLE 
CLUB 

The activities of the Block and Bridle Club are 
oriented toward the field of animal science and 
pursuing its many phases through club partici- 
pation. The annual barbecue was held at the 
Clemson-Georgia football game. The funds from 
the annual barbecues were used this summer for 
the erection of a livestock arena. This arena will 
be used for livestock shows, classroom work, and 
club activities. The club also sponsored the Live- 
stock Judging Team's trips to Memphis, Atlanta, 
and Chicago. In the spring, the club activities in- 
clude a barbecue and the annual Little International 
Show and Judging Contest. All club members 
have an opportunity to participate in the Little 
International and 4-H and FFA members are in- 
vited to compete in the junior contest. 

J. M. ADAMS, President 




UPPER LEFT: The club members gather around a controversial 
Clemson personality. UPPER RIGHT: That's the little creep 
that messed up the P&A building. LOWER RIGHT: The 
Clemson Colonel said this should be finger licken good. 



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Banks. C. 


Blackmon, 


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Bozard, N. 


Brown, J. 


Coakley, B. 


Crawford, 


B. 


Evans, E. 


Gilliam, H. 


Harris, J. 


Henderso 


, T. 


Hendrix, C. 


Hudgens, A. 


Kennedy, J. 


Jones, H. 




McMakin, J. 


Patterson, J. 


Preacher, J. 


Riddle, R. 




White, S. 


Woodside, A. 


Workman," M 



SOCIETY FOR THE 
ADVANCEMENT OF 
MILITARY ENGINEERS 

The national organization of the Society for the 
Advancement of Military Engineers at Clemson 
University provides a unifying agent for the many 
diverse fields of engineering and engineering con- 
struction. The emphasis of SAME is on engineering 
operations which will be of specific value within the 
military. The Clemson student chapter helps engi- 
neering students broaden their overall knowledge 
and education in the wide fields of engineering. 
The student is exposed to everyday situations of 
engineers through a number of slide presentations, 
films and field trips. The field trips provide the 
best means of familiarization with most members 
showing a high interest in these operations. Recent 
field trips have seen Fort Belvoir, Virginia and Cape 
Kennedy, Florida. SAME is open to all male 
students. 



EDGAR BENJAMIN 





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DELTA SIGMA NU 

With two major constitutional amendments this 
year, Delta Sigma Nu increased its outreach to in- 
clude freshmen and those students interested in 
medicine who had previously not retained the 2.5 
gpr. requirement. After pledge initiation, the 
enrollment included some 99 members. This year, 
members enjoyed increased activity through both 
educational and social events. Medical films and 
study groups, guest speakers, trips to medical facili- 
ties, and several parties all helped to instill a new 
spirit of brotherhood and pre-medical education. 
Dr. W. L. Hunter of the Medical College of South 
Carolina was one of the several guests to address 
the club. The fraternity trip to Emory Medical 
school in Atlanta gave members a firsthand look at 
the life of a medical student and hospital facilities. 



MIKE FAER, President 




Alexander. D. 
Betsill. W. 



Anderson, L 
Bodie. J. 



Archer, R. 



Ashley, K. 
Bradley, K. 



Ayers, B.' 
Bredan, A. 



Batson, P. 
Brennan, J. 



Beasley, W. 
Bunning, T. 



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Faer, M. 
Gantt. A. 
Henderson, G. 
Jenkins, J. 
Warpik, W. 
Lawhon, G. 



Cleveland, T. Clyburn, S. 

Crawford, C. Cueman, G. 



Cochet, A. 
Davis, D. 



Conrad, D. 
Deer, W. 



Cox, J. 
DeLoach, P. 




Leaman, M. 
McMillan, J. 

Mulllns, G. 
Rish, H. 
Singletary, F. 
Wardlaw, D. 



Linden, Y. 
McPhail, F. 
Neely, J. 
Roberts, J. 
Smith, J. 
Warner, W. 



Lindsey, J. 
Mann, J. 
Pendergrass, S. 
Robertson, J. 
Smith, K. 
Warner, J. 



Lupo. I. 
Mirabelli. A 
Pitts, W. 
Rush, S. 
Sobczyk. R. 
Webb. H. 



McCabe, K. 
Moss, L. 
Ray, L 
Spencer, T. 
Schneider, R. 
White. E. 



McGraw, R. 
Moss, R. 
Richardson, W. 
Sexton, C. 
Verross, W. 
Worsham. F. 



McMahan, K. 
Mozingo, G. 
Richbourg, H. 
Sillivant, R. 

Walker, D. 
Worsham. J. 



CLEMSON 4-H CLUB 



Established in 1952, the purpose of the 4-H Club 
is to establish closer relationships among the stu- 
dents and faculty members, and to train its members 
for leadership. The original members were students 
who had been 4-H members in high school. These 
students recognized the need to maintain their social 
and service contacts with students and alumni having 
similar interest. 

Miss Patsy Hill, an elementary education major, 
sponsored the club in the Homecoming Queen con- 
test. Miss Willa Stevenson, an RPA major, sponsored 
the club in the Miss Clemson University contest. 

The 4-H club helped the Ag-Bio Council with an 
open square dance for students each semester. They 
also helped the Inter-Fraternity Council with their 
Christmas party for underprivileged children in the 
Clemson community. 




Chamblee, C. 


Dukes, R. 


Dukes, W. 


Harrington, N. 


King. J. 


Lamb, B. 


Leslie, H. 


Gaston, J. 


Glenn, A. 


Glenn, E. 


Sawyer, T. 


Smith, M. 


Steer, J. 


Talbert, E 


Malphms, P. 


Ouzts, R. 


Robinson, G. 


Warner. W. 


Wells, C. 


Williams. R. 


Wilson, R. 


Tolbert, G. 


Wall, W. 


Warner. J. 












FOOD SCIENCE CLUB 

Through active participation in club events, the 
members of Clemson's Food Science Club have the 
opportunity to meet outstanding leaders in the 
nation's food industry. These undergraduate stu- 
dents express their interest within their major field 
by attending regional Institute of Food Technolo- 
gists meetings where they can share common inter- 
ests with other students from the University of 
Georgia and Tennessee. 

As in the past, the club members cook, package, 
and sell smoked turkeys around the holiday season 
to earn money for the club's funds. Other projects 
include a joint faculty-student barbecue held at 
the beginning of the year to welcome new members 
to the club and student displays presented in the 
P and A building to represent their club's work. 

TOM GIBSON. President 





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Cloninger, R. Coble, R. 




Belken, E. 
Collins, R 




FORESTRY CLUB 

The Clemson Forestry Club prides itself in form- 
ing a closer relationship among the forestry students 
and promoting interest in forestry within the Uni- 
versity. Membership is open to all students in the 
department of Forestry at Clemson University. 

The club athletes participate avidly in all intra- 
mural sports and have a good time in competing 
with other clubs. The club also enjoyed working 
together on the annual homecoming display which 
made a good showing in keeping with tradition. 
Members of the Forestry Club help finance their 
activities by cutting and selling firewood. As we 
as participating annually in the conclave of the 
Association of Southern Forestry Clubs, the club 
publishes The Clemson Forester to inform all inter- 
ested persons of department activities. 

DWIGHT STEWART, President 








Ferguson, T. 
Forbes, R. 



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Halman, J. 
Henriben, F. 



Hicks, 


E. 


Holco 


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Hood, 


W. 


Jensen 


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Korvic 


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Lawso 


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Leptic 


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McDa 


liel, J. 


Major 


P. 


Miller 


J. 


Moore 


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ASSOCIATED GENERAL 
CONTRACTORS 

The Clemson Student Chapter of the Associated 
General Contractors received their charter in No- 
vember, 1968 from regional AGC officials from 
Charlotte. In its second year of existence, AGC 
has united its Building Construction majors with 
close support from the local contractors of the 
Piedmont Association. 

Their programs have included a variety of speak- 
ers and field trips relevant to building construction. 
As a special service to seniors, the members of 
AGC have set up a system of scheduling interviews 
with various firms. 

The AGC hopes through its program to better 
prepare and inform members to make them suc- 
cessful in the field of Building Construction. 

MORRIS RICH, President 





Adam, J. 


Askins, H. 


Boyle, W. 


Burleson, 1 


Cline, W. 


Coffey, W. 


Cope, J. 


Dotson, R. 


Eby, G. 


Edgerly, J. 


Fillyaw, R. 


Frank, J. 


Frederick, W. 


Free, W. 


Gagel, R. 


Goeller, J 


Hamilton, D. 


Ivey, D. 


King, T. 


Kwist, J. 


Lavender, B. 


Lee, R. 


Lippi, T. 


Looney, D 


Martin, W. 


Moore, J. 


Mullen, J. 


Oakley, R. 




Spells, N. 
Viscon+i, L 
von Roemer, A. 
Whelchel, D. 
Wisinger, C. 
Wray, S. 



ASSOCIATED GENERAL 
CONTRACTORS 




LEFT: AGC members discuss their next field trip. RIGHT: 
Society members explore a construction site. 






GEOLOGY CLUB 

As Clemson's newest club, the Geology Club 
has completed a very successful year. Our mem- 
bership is open to all Clemson students who are 
majoring in Geology or other interested students. 

Our meetings are highlighted by guest speakers 
from all over South Carolina. Along with informa- 
tive talks our speakers show slides or movies from 
various field trips. On one occasion we were privi- 
leged to have Dr. G. M. Haselton show his slides 
from the Arctic Circle, where he has been doing 
field study. Dr. Hinson, a biologist from Bob Jones 
University, spoke on the controversial topic of 
evolution. 

Our members make practical use of classroom 
studies by taking field trips to such states as Texas 
and Colorado during the summer. The slides from 
these trips prove rewarding. 

ERIC GARLAND, President 

LOWER: But they said diamonds wouldn't crush. UPPER, 
SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: E. Garland, M. Capps, J. 
Thompson. STANDING: H. Shirer, L. Acker, B. Whitlock, 
J. Wright, K. Hull, K. McConnell, R. Cunningham. THIRD 
ROW: S. Wood, S. Lewis, R. Watson. 



HORTICULTURE CLUB 

The Clemson University Horticulture Club enjoys 
the seniority and prestige that accompany the honor 
of being one of first clubs of its type in this region 
and also in the nation. The club, founded in 1946, 
was the brainchild of Dr. T. L. Senn. 

Since its beginning, one of the main functions of 
the club has been to acquaint horticulture students, 
and other interested individuals, with the importance 
of the role of horticulture and its vital relationship 
to the world's ever increasing problem of providing 
the food and natural beauty needed to sustain this 
planet's growing millions. 

Functioning also as a social organization, the 
club's agenda includes two or more social functions 
plus a student-faculty banquet, along with various 
club financing projects. 

TONEY BOOZER, President 




NANCY MORROW, Sweetheart 











8enjamin, M. Blake. T. 

Davis, J. Dykes, D. 

Hockenbury. M. Holton, M. 

Hyder, W. Lynn, L 

Murphy, E. Peigler, R. 



Boozer, T. 
Edens, H. 
Hubbard, W. 
McClain, P. 
Price, D. 



Caggiano, J. 
Griffin, J. 
Hudgens, A. 
Moon, J. 
Scott, J. 





KAPPA ALPHA SIGMA 

This year, Kappa Alpha Sigma, better known as 
the Agronomy Club, has had one of its most active 
years. Besides the bi-monthly meetings, the club 
puts out a newsletter called "The Cornshucker". 
This newsletter is sent to every member, various 
agronomy clubs around the state, and especially to 
all old Kappa Alpha Sigma members to keep them 
in touch with the club's activities and old classmates. 

Every year members attend the National Con- 
vention of the Student Activities Subdivision of the 
American Society of Agronomy and participate in 
the National Soils Judging contest. 

Kappa Alpha Sigma also enjoys trips to other 
schools set up on the reciprocal field trip program. 
One of the last things the club participates in is 
the banquet held in March at which graduating 
seniors are the guests of honor. 

JOHN STEER, President 




Allen, E. 


Bass, S. 


Didley, B. 


Holstein, T. 


Houck, B. 


Jeffords, A 


Kelley, J. 


King, R. 


Murdock, E. 


Polatty, J. 


Richardson, A. 


Sawyer, T. 


Sease, D. 


Sparks, R. 


Steer, J. 


Tyler, J. 


Wheeler, J. 


Wright, T. 



INSTITUTE OF 
ELECTRICAL AND 
ELECTRONICS 
ENGINEERS 

Striving to better the Engineering Department, 
the Clemson University branch of the Institute of 
Electrical and Electronics Engineers unites student 
electrical engineers both professionally and socially. 

This year, in an attitude to help scholarship, IEEE 
sponsored a tutoring program for all electrical engi- 
neering courses. In addition, projects for the club 
included selling lab kits for the electrical engineering 
laboratories and sample kits for the experimenter. 

The engineers, in the true spirit of homecoming, 
combine their talents to produce an electrical dis- 
play each year. Also, the group enjoys an opening 
picnic to start the year off right. 

Field trips prove to be an interesting and enjoy- 
able break from classroom studies and keep open 
communications with the electronics industry. A 
research paper is presented to the national branch 
each year. 

HAROLD DAVENPORT. President 




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Fuller, R. 


Glenn, J. 


Abshire, J. 


Adams. J. 


Hilton, A. 


James, L. 


Atkinson, W. 


Bell, T. 






Boyd, M. 


Calkins, W. 






Chapman, J. 


Coleman, J. 






Collins, T. 


Davenport, H 






Hanna, C. 


Hatchell, R. 






Jones, J. 


Jones, O. 




OPPOSITE: IEEE cooks up spirit for a winning game. BELOW: Who knows what 
all these knobs are for? LOWER RIGHT: Clemson's youngest engineer learns a 
new trick. 




Jones, W. 
Lank, D. 
Mcllvain, W. 
Mattox, B. 
Miller, J. 
Moyer, R. 
Schmidt, K. 



Knoerr, R. 
Lockwood, D. 
McNab, R. 
Miller, H. 
Morris, T. 
Painter, K. 
Singletary, G. 



POULTRY SCIENCE 

The Poultry Science Club of Clemson University 
is a non-profit organization dedicated to the pur- 
pose of exploring new areas of learning for the 
Poultry Science majors and any students who are 
interested in the poultry industry. 

The activities of the club include sponsoring a 
barbecue at one of the home football games each 
year. The proceeds from this go toward sending 
members to the Southeastern Poultry and Egg Con- 
vention held in Atlanta. Another activity this year 
was the killing of turkeys for Thanksgiving and 
Christmas. These turkeys were sold and the pro- 
ceeds are going toward sending graduate students 
to scientific meetings. Also, during the year the 
club invited in several outside speakers who talked 
on different aspects of the poultry science industry. 

HUBERT KINARD, President 




Harmon, J. 


Kinard, H. 


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Langley, R. 


Moorhead, H. 




Smith, R. 


Thompson, D. 


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Turner, R. 


Wicker, D. 


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RECREATION 
AND PARKS 
ADMINISTRATION 
CLUB 

The Recreation and Parks Administration Club 
was formed by interested students that were major- 
ing in Recreation and Park Administration in an 
effort to establish a closer fellowship. The program 
has consisted of many interesting speakers and the 
presentation of many worth while projects for the 
community and surrounding areas. These projects 
have provided the members with a bird's eye view 
of what to expect from their profession. 

Within this school year the club has provided 
many new opportunities that offered campus-wide 
participation. Some activities were Intramurals 
and participation in the homecoming displays, plus 
various community projects. 




TOP LEFT: RPA Club expecting— a big prize. TOP RIGHT: RPA lab explores theory 
behind canoeing rules. ABOVE: The officers at play, as usual. 



TED CARTER, President 



PRE-VET CLUB 



Members of the Clemson University Pre-Vetennary 
Club can well boast of a fine year. This year the 
Pre-Vet Club was highlighted by various activities 
which gave to its members both insight and interest 
into the Veterinary profession. The year was 
launched with its annual hamburger cookout for new 
members. 

Subsequent meetings included the club's tradi- 
tional trips to the Livestock Poultry Health Center 
at Pontiac, S. C. and to the School of Veterinary 
Medicine at the University of Georgia. Also, pro- 
grams during the year featured several speakers 
and films. 

Second semester activities included the visit of 
former Clemson students who are now attending 
the Vet School at Georgia. The activities of the 
club were brought to a close at end of year banquet 
at which new officers were installed. 

CHARLES HENDRIX, President 




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Bagwell, J. 


Bair, E. 


Bozard, N 




Clevenger, T. 


Cooler, J. 


Deloache, 


B. 


Ducey. F. 


Ellison, D. 


Evans, E. 




Frasher, J. 


George, S. 


Harwood, 


M. 


Hendrix, C. 


Herlong, T 


Horres, J. 




Hughston, N. 


Kassab, D. 







Kerekanich, S. 


Klemetti, T. 


King, T. 


Mabry, J. 




Lesslie, J. 


Mason, M. 


Neal, J. 


Patterson, J. 


Patrick, C. 




Polk, E. 


Price. J. 


Rapp, J. 


Rauton, G. 


Rauch, J. 




Runyon, R. 


Sands, R. 


Senn, N. 


Scoggins, J. 


Scott, J. 




Scurry, T. 


Smith, H. 


Thompson, D. 


Timms, C. 


Wells, C. 




Whatley, P. 


Winburn, J. 


Wood, P. 


Yeaman, J. 


Younginer, 


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Zacharias, D 



BELOW: You really can't expect me to believe that. OPPO- 
SITE: The Pre-Vet club anxiously watches the spaying of a 
dog. 




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SOCIETY FOR THE 
ADVANCEMENT OF 
AGRICULTURAL 
EDUCATION 

The organization of the Society for the Advance- 
ment of Agriculture Education at Clemson University 
is a valuable instrument for all future agriculture 
teachers. The objectives of SAAE are to develop 
leadership, motivate scholarship, and facilitate 
social development. Educational activities include 
conducting student exchange programs; providing 
high school students with occupational information; 
and administering a senior scholarship fund. The 
major social functions sponsored by the society con- 
sist of a fall cookout, spring banquet, and both a 
formal and informal initiation. An annual project 
is a chicken barbecue at a home football game. 

Educational films and agriculturally oriented 
speakers are on the programs for the regular 
monthly meetings in efforts to promote vocational 
agriculture. 

LARRY FLOYD, President 










Allen, E. 


Alston, R. 


Carroll. J. 


Cain, K. 


Cooper. C 


Godbold, E. 


Jackson, R. 


Galloway, R. 


Leaird, W. 


Logan, J. 


Miller, J. 


Oliver. R. 


Ouzts, R. 


Pace, J. 


Page, B. 


Riser, J. 


Saylor, R. 


Sharp, D. 


Smith, R. 


Wall, W. 



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Dempsey, T. 


Floyd, L 


Lovette, D. 


Lillis, G. 


McGee. R 


Porter, J. 


Preacher, J. 


Reid, G. 


Welsh, T. 


Wheller, G. 


Willis, P. 



SIGMA TAU EPSILON 

Sigma Tau Epsilon is Clemson's honorary society 
for the college of Liberal Arts and Physical and 
Mathematical Sciences. Membership is open to all 
juniors and seniors with a 3.0 G.P.R. 

Sigma Tau Epsilon was founded in 1938 to recog- 
nize honor students, promote fellowship, and to 
promote the pursuit of knowledge through in- 
tegrity, creation, and by force of example. Al- 
though these remain to be important purposes of 
the fraternity, many more have formed. 

According to changing times, the importance of 
fellowship has been brought out in Sigma Tau 
Epsilon, 1969. Many of its meetings are social 
gatherings, with the hope of stimulation through 
contact in social situations. However, Sigma Tau 
Epsilon does indeed serve Clemson University. 
Plans for a free tutoring service have been under- 
taken. It is hoped that this service will become 
a tradition. 

JANE HASS, President 

TOP: Sigma Tau Epsilon signs another new member. BOTTOM: 
Sigma Tau Epsilon initiates. BOTTOM ROW: Mary Craig, 
Judi Kossler, Deborah Jones, Cathy Joyner, Rachel Blanton. 
SECOND ROW: Leslie McKenzie, Wade Blount, Butch Due- 
worth, Charlie McKenzie, Elaine Owens. THIRD ROW: James 
Kronberg, Gaye Edwards, Louise Powell, Maggie Bailes, Lynn 
Laurey. FOURTH ROW: Nancy McDonell, Bill Karpik, Brad 
Keeney, Kathy Putnam, James Chovan. FIFTH ROW: Mickey 
Johnson, Dennis Moore, Marshall Leaman, Larry Mclntyre, 
Linda Hayes, Richard Vaughan, Betty Graham. 





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SOCIETY FOR THE 
ADVANCEMENT 
OF 
MANAGEMENT 

The Society for the Advancement of 
Management, the recognized national 
professional organization of managers in 
industry, commerce, government and 
education, and the pioneer in manage- 
ment philosophy, has been dedicated to 
the advancement of management. SAM 
offers many diversified activities such as 
panel discussions, plant tours and career 
conferences. These activities in associa- 
tion with business executives provide stu- 
dents with an insight into the actual 
practice of the management profession 
and further the growth of all students. 
Regardless of their academic major SAM 
benefits the students by stimulating 
their thinking, widening their knowledge, 
broadening their outlook and develop- 
ing an understanding of the problems of 
business and an appreciation of the free, 
private, competitive enterprise system. 
SAM has been a valuable supplement to 
all classrooms. 
MARION SLATON. President 



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Brown, T. 


Brown, W. 


Cambell, A. 


Chiiders, J. 


Childson, W. 


Cooper, W. 


Creel, J. 


Davis, R. 


Green, S. 


Hall, L. 


Jeffords, A. 


Jenkins, A. 


Josey, J. 


Kuester, S. 


McCants, R. 


McCombs, W. 


Massey, N. 


Mauldin, J. 


Miller, M. 


Nettles, R. 


Pappas, G. 


Pilo, R. 


Scott, W. 


Stoddard, V 


league, A. 


Thompson. W. 


Waters, J. 


Wise, R. 


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ALPHA PHI OMEGA 

Alpha Phi Omega was continually on the go this 
year. Brothers helped the infirmary during the 
"Great Food Poisoning '69". For your entertain- 
ment . . . the "Friday flick", dining hall "Commons", 
annual Christmas tree lighting, and a Homecoming 
display. Service to the community was exemplified 
in the United Fund Drive, and work with Boys' Home 
of The South and area Boy Scout troops. On cam- 
pus, APO distributed blotters and "Chronicles". 
Gamma Lambda chapter established chapters at 
Furman and Newberry and formed a girls' affiliate. 
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Heath, W. 



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CAMPUS CRUSADE 
FOR CHRIST 

Campus Crusade for Christ was founded by Dr. William 
R. Bright in 1951 when nine of the starting first string foot- 
ball players of the University of California at Los Angeles 
became excited about the person of Christ. From that 
group, Crusade has expanded to over forty countries around 
the world and is found today on about half of the three 
thousand campuses in America. 

Crusade's goals are to know Christ and to make him 
known. Their members share a personal relationship with 
the person of Christ, and this relationship is presented here 
at Clemson through their biweekly meetings entitled "Col- 
lege Life." Group activities are many and varied. Members 
enjoy weekend trips and parties and have been active in 
Tigerama, placing third place last Fall and second place two 
years ago. Another major Crusade project which provides 
campus entertainment is bringing The New Folk singers, 
who have sung on campus the past three years. 

GLENN MERCER, President 




UPPER RIGHT: Dave Wilcox tells of 
his experiences through Christ. MID- 
DLE LEFT: Clemson hears the sound 
of Revolution in the style of Arma- 
geddon. LOWER RIGHT: An attentive 
action group listens and communicates. 




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CANTERBURY CLUB 

The Clemson University Canterbury Association, while it 
exists primarily for the Episcopal students at Clemson, is 
open to members of all religions. The group's purpose is to 
promote friendly communication among its members and to 
participate in services to the community — local and world- 
wide. 

Under the leadership of Rev. Roland Whitmire the club 
furnishes acolytes, several students sing in the choir, and 
one is the organist for the main Sunday service. Joint wor- 
ship services are held each Sunday with the Clemson Wesley 
Foundation. 

The major activities involve the students of the Tamassee 
D.A.R. School. Twice a year the club takes Clemson ice 
cream to the students, and it hosts them to a football game, 
with dinner and supper. To support club activities, members 
work the concession stand at the Clemson Theater. 




DEAN CRANDELL, President 



TOP: The group gets into another heated discussion on 
Wednesday night. LEFT: Rev. Roland Whitmire examines 
the faithfulness of his paint brush. ABOVE: Canterburians 
work diligently with brushes and paint. 



CHESTER 
COUNTY CLUB 

From its beginning, the Chester County Club 
has existed with one purpose — to serve our school 
through actions in Chester County. 

The club won the league championship in the 
YMCA intramurals in the fall of 1969. Our 
excellent scrapbook is placed in the libraries of 
the county schools and in the county library to 
allow people to become familiar with some of 
the activities of the club members. 

Each year the Chester County Clemson Club 
awards a scholarship to a deserving county grad- 
uate who plans to attend Clemson. Through the 
years the Danny Brice Memorial Scholarship has 
indicated to the people of Chester County that 
the club members are good representatives of 
the county. 

BILL ABERNATHY, President 




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Coker. W. 
Funderburk, J. 



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Coleman, R. 
Gantt, S. 




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Gaston, J. 


Grant, W. 


Henderson, L. 


Hendrix, J. 


Logan, J. 


Lucas, J. 


Murphy, E 


Poole, C. 


Pundt, V. 


Shugart, L. 


Waldrep, M. 


White, K. 


Wright, B. 


Wylie, D. 



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CALHOUN FORENSICS 
SOCIETY 

The Calhoun Forensics Society is the oldest student organi- 
zation at Clemson. It has proudly represented Clemson in 
debate and other forensic competition. The debators and 
their advisors have compiled an impressive record over the 
years. The debate team participates in many Southeast 
tournaments and the annual ACC tournament. The society 
was enhanced by the establishment of the annual Calhoun 
Forensics Tournament in 1967 and debate scholarships in 
1969. Hard work and enthusiasm characterize the Calhoun 
Forensics Society. 

BILL EVANS, President 



UPPER: Varsity— Standing: L. Holleman. 
B. Russell, L. Stroud, H. Wilkinson. Sit- 
ting: J. Blanche (adviser), B. Evans, K. 
McNabb. MIDDLE: Clemson debaters 
have another round. LOWER: Novices — 
Left to Right: B. Corley, J. Jackson, R. 
DeLauder, A. Fear (adviser), and S. 
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FELLOWSHIP OF 
CHRISTIAN ATHLETES 

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a national 
organization of professional, as well as amateur 
athletes who realize their great influence on the 
youth of the country and their responsibility to use 
this influence to guide others to Christ. The organi- 
zation was started by a young coach who felt that 
since athletes did a great job of selling practically 
any product, they would do a good job of selling 
Christianity. 

The Clemson chapter meets monthly, and current 
topics are discussed with respect to Christian prin- 
ciples in an effort to bring Christianity and every- 
day living together. A major activity of the mem- 
bers is speaking to different church, school, and 
social organizations. 



JIM SURSAVAGE, President 

UPPER LEFT: President Jim Sursavage discusses the aspects 
of being an athlete and a Christian with Jackie Jackson 
UPPER RIGHT: Coach Art Baker overwhelms his audience 
LOWER RIGHT: First Row. Left to Right: George Ducworth, 
Sonny Callahan. Roger Kivet. Don Wiggins, Heidi Davis. Jim 
Sursavage, Jackie Jackson, Chuck Huntley. Second Row 
Jack King, Charles Cauble, Pat Shealey, Otis Nelson, Adviso 
Jack Anderson. THIRD ROW: Mike Matthews, Eddie Seigle 
John McMakin, James Chesnut. Steve Moss, Dan Lundeer 
Brooks Ethridge, Art Baker. 




GAMMA OMEGA PHI 



Gamma Omega Phi is an honorary social fraternity. The 
membership is made up of outstanding leaders in the 
Clemson University Republican Club. The purpose of the 
organization is to promote brotherhood among the members 
and to provide a strong feeling of the unity in the University 
Republicans. The fraternity also provides social functions in 
order to have fun after work has been done. 

The fraternity is basically an organization formed to assist 
in campaigns. The members take an active part in cam- 
paigns for Republican candidates. 

The fraternity is at this time expanding onto other cam- 
puses. Through the state organization it is believed that 
this project will be successful and prove to be a unifying 
factor in the South Carolina College Republican movement. 



SKIP UR. President 




MIDDLE. First Row: J. Bagwell, R. Gan+t, T. 
Cobb. Second Row: F. Morris, J. Pittman. E. 
Garland. M. Smith, A. Ur. LOWER: G. O. P. 
fund raising project — did you get yours? 




NEWMAN STUDENT 
ASSOCIATION 

The Newman Student Association is the official organi- 
zation of Catholic students at Clemson. Membership is 
open to all interested Catholics and non-Catholics. 

Regular meetings are held at Newman Hall next to 
St. Andrew's Church on Wednesday nights at seven 
o'clock. Newman Hall is open twenty-four hours a day. 
The programs, suggested by the students, are composed 
of intellectual and religious topics that are pertinent to 
today's problems. Dances and socials are also held at 
Newman Hall while the Newman Saints participate in the 
various school intramural programs. 

Mass is offered on Thursday and Sunday at the student 
chapel. 

The Newman Student Association was organized in 
1940 through the endeavors of T. F. Feirney. Today, 
Father Arthur Mouser, C.S.P., is the Chaplain to Catholic 
students at Clemson. 

CHARLES McGEE, President 



ABOVE: The interest builds as Kathy 
Jones throws ideas to the crowd. MID- 
DLE: You are quite right, Dr. Walson, 
this matter needs immediate atten- 
tion. BELOW: Who said they out- 
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Henry forgets his guitar in Edgefield . . . Stan the 
Man the Sham Bland, alias "Frog" . . . Yonce speeding 
to the Four Winds: "But Officer, this is my only means 
of support" . . . Key of H: Spring Sounds, 1969 . . . 
John Michael blows the "Horse" again . . . Larry: "What 
key is it in?" . . . PHS afterparty . . . cleaning out the 
Regency . . . Snowbound in Spartanburg . . . DKA 
houseparty . . . snowed in . . . What's Larry doin' on 
the diving board?! . . . Pacolet go-go girls . . . Let me 
feed you, Dreamy eyes . . . Larry: "You would not be- 
lieve it" . . . What size bell bottoms did you say these 
were? . . . Definitely Hell's Bells for Burke . . . George 
and the White Knight . . . Gomer Milhouse: "Gee fel- 
lers" . . . Pappa Jim strikes again . . . "Ode to Sid" 
. . . Where's Talmadge? . . . Try the girls' dorm. 

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MIDDLE: What can make me feel this 
way? LOWER: The Oxfords. TOP ROW, 
LEFT TO RIGHT: G. Ducker, H. Kahrs. 
B. Burke, L. Younce. BOTTOM ROW: S. 
Bland, J. Davis, M. Forrest. 



PICKENS COUNTY 
CLUB 

Pi Kappa Rho, the Pickens County Clemson 
Club, was founded in the fall of 1968 as an 
organization to promote the brotherhood of 
graduates from Pickens County high schools and 
serves both Clemson University and Pickens 
County. 

The club conducted its first pledge season dur- 
ing the fall semester of 1969. Also during that 
semester, members participated in the "Clean up 
Pickens County" drive, gaining recognition for 
the club as well as serving the community. Pi 
Kappa Rho hopes to be a help and a uniting 
factor to Clemson students from Pickens County 
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Rowell, J. 



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Thomas, J. 
Tillirson, M. 




SOUTHERN STUDENT 
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE 

The Clemson Southern Organizing Committee is a group 
of concerned students who have dedicated themselves to 
the proposition that there are serious problems here in 
Clemson, the South, and the nation and the world, and that 
these problems must be discussed and solved through the 
collective actions of students and others who are willing to 
give of themselves for the betterment of society. 

The committee has sponsored educational projects, forums, 
the SUN (Student Union, Now) project, supported the Viet- 
nam moratorium, and continuously worked with the Student 
Senate and the administration to bring about reforms in the 
university's educational and social atmosphere. 

Radical changes in the status quo including the elimination 
of war, racism, poverty, and intolerance have been the ma|or 
concerns of the members. 

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UPPER: Lynn Wells, regional co-ordinator, and 
SSOC member make plans for campus activi- 
ties. MIDDLE: SSOC members listens as plans 
are formed for upcoming moratorium. LOWER: 
Members return from Vietnam moratorium rally. 



SENTIMENTAL JAZZMEN 

Promoting good, modern music, The Sentimental Jazz- 
men have steadily built their reputation throughout the 
Southeast by successfully playing engagements such as 
college dances, conventions, beauty pageants, and high 
school junior-seniors. Our music is a blending of the "Big 
Band" concept with the "Sound" of the current era and 
has resulted in music that appeals to all age groups. 

The 1969-1970 campaign was the best ever for the 
SJ's, the climax coming when Bob Hope stood in front 
of Clemson's Sentimental Jazzmen, and told a capacity 
crowd at Littlejohn Coliseum, "Just wait till I tell Les 
Brown that I took a Sentimental Journey with The Senti- 
mental Jazzmen!" This was quite a tribute to a group of 
men who have given the Sentimental Jazzmen the smooth- 
est sound at Clemson. 

COLONEL GADDY, KEN MEANS, Co-Leaders 





The Sentimental Jazzmen are. SAXES: C 
Gaddy, A. Gardner, R. Seelke, D. Dorn, K 
Means; TRUMPETS: K. Smith, B. Klapman, J 
Bourne, B. Rembold; TROMBONES B. Rush, B 
Mattox, K. Westbury; BASS: J. Brookshire 
DRUMS: B. Parker, PIANO: B. Mattox; BACK- 
UP MEN: B. Homan, D. Archer, K. McMahon 
R. Meadors; BUSINESS MANAGER: J. Gaskins 





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Burroughs, A. 



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W$>&M YOUNG DEMOCRATS 




The Young Democrats have been active on the Clemson 
Campus this year even though it has not been an election 
year. During the fall semester, the Young Democrats invited 
speakers to visit the Clemson Campus, their purpose being 
to inform the students and to answer any questions concern- 
ing policy and issues which were of interest to the students. 

Regular weekly meetings provided valuable information to 
embers of the Young Democrats Club. Among the 
speakers presented at these meetings were Clemson Uni- 
versity professors. 

organizing a lobby promoting immediate plans for a 
Student Union Building, the Young Democrats played a vital 
part in campus politics. 

With new projects and activities in mind, the Young 
Democrats plan an even greater contribution to campus life 
in the future. 



ROBERT PARKER, President 



YMCA CABINET 

The YMCA is a place filled with people con- 
cerned about their own individuality, their reactions 
to and interactions with others, their roles in the 
lives of others, and their function in the world. The 
core group which plans and organizes the "Y" 
activities is the "Y" Cabinet, which consists of in- 
terested students from all classes and curriculums 
of the University. 

The YMCA Cabinet has experienced during the 
1969-70 school year many memorable activities — 
the National YMCA Convention in St. Louis . . . 
Freshman Camp . . . Freshman Day Picnic . . . 
numerous college services . . . sports services . . . 
varied social services . . . and several community 
services. 

The "Y" purpose, as determined by the Cabinet, 
is to "work toward an atmosphere favorable to 
freedom of self-determination and self-realization 
for ourselves and others at Clemson University." 

MARTY JONES, President 





YOUNG REPUBLICANS 

Moving into community service projects, the Young 
Republicans worked with Student Government and the 
S. C. Jaycees to help fight illiteracy in the Clemson area; 
activities included canvassing and tutoring. The Club also 
sponsored a two-day Parliamentary Procedure Workshop, 
the first of its kind here; a Viet Nam Mail Call, which en- 
listed students to mail Christmas cards to U. S. service- 
men, and several Republican-oriented speakers. 

A club newsletter was brought out each month, and 
plans were initiated for a Club "library" to include 
pertinent books and pamphlets. 

Looking toward this fall's state elections in South Caro- 
lina, the club leadership has encouraged members to form 
opinions on prominent issues and on potential candidates. 
Last fall the club joined in the move toward initiating a 
statewide Republican primary to replace the convention 
method of naming candidates. 

DENNIS MOORE, President 





LOWER LEFT: Young Republicans react to moratorium with petition support- 
ing the president. MIDDLE: Dr. Skelton and students discuss politics with 
speaker, Mr. Arthur Ravenel. UPPER RIGHT: Spiro is his FIRST name! LOWER 





WESLEY FOUNDATION 

The Wesley Foundation at Clemson is a service of the United 
Methodist Church to the university community, but it is not 
parochial or sectarian in its emphasis. It is committed to serving 
persons in their search for values and meaning, their concerns in 
ethics and morality, their exploration of the significance of faith, 
particularly in relationship to education, vocation, and a life 
philosophy; in their quest for identity and wholeness, their re- 
lationships to the world in which they live, and their attempts 
to be |oyous, self-fulfilled human beings. The program of the 
foundation is based on a combination of these concerns with a 
forthright affirmation of the Christian view of life and the mean- 
ing of Christian discipleship. The building housing the foundation 
is a center intended for study, worship, interpersonal and group 
relationships, and the care of persons. The foundation, however, 
is more than an organization, program or building; it is the 
"presence" of Christ within contemporary education. 

REV. DAVIS BILBERRY, Coordinator 




TOP: Rev. Bilberry ponders an important question. LOWER RIGHT: 
Members enjoy a chuckle and a coffee break. LOWER LEFT: Wesley 
Foundation enjoys a morning service. 




AIR FORCE ROTC 

The Air Force ROTC Program here at Clemson 
is rated as one of the best existing. The Air Force 
ROTC Program strives to make officers out of 
men and men out of officers. The Air Force is 
selective of the people who enter its General 
Military Corps, and to enter its Professional 
Officer corps, the Air Force requires excellence 
in academics, physical qualifications and activi- 
ties. The sophomore Command Leadership Schoo 
is a preparatory program to train GMC cadets 
to be officers, whereas the junior Command 
Leadership School prepares the cadets and gives 
them experience with which to face summer 
camp. Bowman field welcomes Clemson's 770th 
Air Force Detachment to an hour of enrichmen 
while increasing the cadets' mental and physical 
capacities. The Air Force ROTC four-year pro- 
gram provides young men with the opportunity 
to have the privilege and honor of becoming an 
officer in the United States Air Force. 





OPPOSITE TOP: Commander James Todd gives S. O. P. OPPOSITE LEFT: Commander 
Berger briefs his wing staff prior to drill. MIDDLE: The drum major drills AFROTC Band. 
UPPER LEFT: CLS wins another event at Field Day. ABOVE: AFROTC students make 
a close inspection. 



FLIGHT INSTRUCTION 
PROGRAM 

The FLIGHT INSTRUCTION PROGRAM at 
Clemson provides extended training to advanced 
AFROTC cadets who wish to obtain a broadened 
flying background before entering Flight School 
upon graduation as commissioned officers in the 
United States Air Force. 

In order to qualify for the Flight Instruction Pro- 
gram, a student must be an advanced Air Force 
ROTC cadet with at least two years remaining at 
Clemson before graduation. The cadet must show 
outstanding capabilities through the Air Force 
Officer Qualifying Test, which includes a pilot's 
aptitude tsst and a navigator's test. The cadet must 
also pass a thorough Air Force physical examination. 

This program is attractive because FIP cadets may 
obtain a private pilot's license for less cost than 
most students can. 




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UPPER RIGHT: The F. I. P. cadefs. LEFT TO RIGHT: Johnson. J.. Meelard, D„ Knight. G.. 
Faulkenberry. H., Wilson. D., Keels. R. LOWER LEFT: Air Force cadet runs the pre-fliqht 
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ANGEL FLIGHT 

Angel Flight is the coed auxiliary of The Arnold 
Air Society at Clemson. The angels assist the society 
with their projects as well as participating in joint 
social activities. 

This year the group began their projects by col- 
lecting a "mile of pennies" to help the victims of 
hurricane Camille. Angel Flight also hosts several 
projects for servicemen and underprivileged children. 

Angel Flight has participated actively at the 
annual area conclaves held jointly with Arnold Air 
Society. The angels often engage in Thursday drills 
as a unit or separately with the R.O.T.C. flight com- 
manders. Always subject to the inspecting eye of 
the military critic, Angel Flight strives to uphold the 
ideals of the Air Force and Clemson University. 

SUSAN COTHRAN, Commander 



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UPPER LEFT: Perspective pledges get Inside 
story on Angel Flight. UPPER RIGHT: Angels 
anticipate Florida conclave. LOWER LEFT: 
Commander Susan Cothran types another re- 
port. LOWER RIGHT: Angels participate in 
pledging ceremony. 




ARMY ROTC 



The United States Army ROTC Program offers 
the opportunity to become the leaders of tomor- 
row. Past graduates of Clemson University who 
received their commissions in the United States 
Army are the leaders of today. They are serving 
their country throughout the world and are proud 
to represent their country in foreign places. These 
were the men who completed the four-year pro- 
gram of the Army Reserve Officers Training Corps. 
This program includes class instruction and corps 
training through drill procedures. The purpose of 
the Army ROTC Program is to develop young men 
into officers. After meeting all of the necessary 
requirements, only a young man's determination 
and will power will determine the heights to which 
he can reach. 

CHARLES H. GOODING, Commander 






OPPOSITE LEFT: Cadets have to return weapons to the CM after drill. UPPER MIDDLE: The 
M-16 is very effective when handled correctly. OPPOSITE. LOWER RIGHT: Cadre Training Unit 
Inspection is an important part of drill. TOP: Join the army and carry a flag. ABOVE: The 
band plays on. LEFT: Commander Gooding at work. 



ARMY FLIGHT 

The Army ROTC Flight Program at Clemson 
University is designed to encourage, motivate, and 
instruct cadets who have the attitude required for 
U. S. Army pilot training after their graduation. 

To be eligible for the Army ROTC Flight Pro- 
gram, a cadet must successfully pass a physical dur- 
ing his summer camp training in addition to a flight 
aptitude test administered during the Junior year. 

All flight program cadets receive an entire semes- 
ter of ground school instruction from accredited 
civilian instructors. They are instructed in preflight 
and basic flight procedures, navigation, cross-coun- 
try, instrument flight, and meteorology. Each par- 
ticipant in this program receives thirty-five hours of 
actual flight training designed to give him confi- 
dence in his ability. 






LIGHT BRIGADE 

The scarlet-clad members of the Light Brigade always 
appear as a welcome sight to the boys in the Army ROTC 
cadet corps. Besides marching with their companies and 
battalions, one of their main activities, the Light Brigade 
also serves as secretary and hostess for the military staff 
and visiting Army dignitaries. 

The Light Brigade girls have participated in several 
service projects during the year, including filling ditty 
bags for the men in Viet Nam, assisting with the Red 
Cross blood drive and their birthday cake sale. Trips are 
taken each year to nearby Army posts, such as Fort Gor- 
don or Fort Jackson, as well as their usual outings for 
cookouts, hayrides, and picnics. 

The Light Brigade has become an important part of the 
Army ROTC Cadet Corps of Clemson University. 

PEGGY MACAULEY, Commander 




SCABBARD 
AND BLADE 



Representing the most highly regarded college 
military organization on the Clemson campus, 
Company K-7 of the National Society of Scab- 
bard and Blade brings together many outstand- 
ing leaders from all phases of our campus military 
structure — the Arnold Air Society, the Counter- 
guerrillas, and the Pershing Rifles, as well as the 
battalion and wing staff officers. The major ob- 
jective of the society is to promote a better 
understanding of the military organization and 
ROTC in general. 

Clemson's Company K-7 has enjoyed a very 
active and successful year. Activities included 
selling rat hats, providing ushers for the presi- 
dent's box at home football games, sponsoring 
the annual military ball and banquet, and con- 
ducting the initiation of new members. 

WILLIAM ETHEREDGE, Commander 





Barker, R. 


Cloninger, J. 


Keeter, W. 


Malphrus, D. 


Settle, J. 


Berqren, S. 


Cochet. A. 


Klrby, W. 


Player, V. 


Smalser, R 


Chandler. K. 


Etheredge. W. 


McDaniel, J. 


Posey, E. 


Todd. J. 


Church, M. 


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OPPOSITE TOP: Blade members try on uni- 
forms. OPPOSITE LEFT: Sunny side up. TOP: 
Scabbard and Blade Ball shows social side of 
military. MIDDLE: Commander Etheredge and 
past Commander Kirby discuss plans. BOTTOM: 
Scabbard and Blade sells rat hats. 



ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY 

The Arnold Air Society joins together the active inter- 
ested Air Force advanced cadets into a group that greatly 
benefits through friendship and participation. The big 
event of the Society's year is the annual Dining-Out, a 
banquet training function complete with Angel Flight 
members, mess dress, cigars, and one of the Air Force's 
most dynamic speakers. 

Of the society's many projects, the major activity is 
the washing each semester of the Major Rudolph Ander- 
son, Jr. Memorial in Greenville. The nearby stream is 
often the target for the "Top Brass." 

Arnold Air's major activities this year included the 
building of a homecoming display, corsage sales, a hay- 
ride, and conclaves, as well as the plane washings and 
Dining-Out. All activities are done in conjunction with 
Angel Flight. Through activities and projects, the Major 
Rudolph Anderson, Jr. Squadron serves to promote the 
Air Force, to further train future officers, and to provide 
fellowship among these selected individuals. 




Barker. R. 


Bergrer 


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Chapman, J. 


Fowler. W 


Eatson, P. 


Cochet 


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Fillyaw, R. 


Hall. W. 




ABOVE: Formal initiation is very im D ressive. ABOVE RIGHT: The Ang 
enjoy a hayride with the Arnold Air Society. 




Irick, W. 
Moyer, R. 




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Ozbolt, R. 



Player, V. Reynolds, J. Stanley, T. Todd, J. Williams, D. 

Raffield, W. Settle, J. Thompson, W. Weston, J. Witt, L. 




LEFT: Cochef seems to thrive on pizza and coke. ABOVE: Arnold Air worked 
hard on their homecoming display. 



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REGIMENTAL 

HEADQUARTERS 




Serving as coordinator for some sixteen Pershing 
Rifle units located in the five-state area of the Caro- 
linas, Georgia, Tennessee, and Alabama, the Fourth 
Regimental Headquarters has been nationally ac- 
claimed as the best among its eleven brother regi- 
ments across the nation. The Best Regiment Trophy 
stands in their display case for the third consecutive 
year — an accomplishment without precedent in sev- 
enty-five years of Pershing Rifle History. 

The pimary responsibilities of the Fourth Regi- 
ment incompass the supervision, administration, 
mediation, coordination, and inspection of activities 
and personnel within the regiment, including the 
grading and rating of unit competition toward the 
coveted Douglas Trophy, presented to the outstand- 
ing regimental unit. 

Commanded by National Headquarters at the 
University of Nebraska, the purpose of the Nationa 
Society of Pershing Rifles is to promote standards of 
excellence among ROTC cadets in all service arms. 



Anderson, C. 


Cauthen, J. 


Jay, J. 


Perez, S. 


Blanton, G. 


Cloninger, J. 


Kirby, W. 


Posey, E. 


Callaway, J. 


Hunter, G. 


Mosely, S. 


Shelton, R 



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CAPERS 



CAPERS, Coed Affiliates of Pershing Rifles, was estab- 
lished at Clemson University in 1968 by the authority of 
the PR National Headquarters at the University of 
Oklahoma. The main objection of CAPERS is precision, 
for they are a competitive, precision drill team. The 
CAPER aims are to establish life-long friendships, learn 
about the Armed Services, and gain a competitive drive. 

CAPERS, also acting as a service organization, filled 
ditty bags and wrote letters to our soldiers in Viet Nam 
at Christmas time. They also help the Piedmont Tubercu- 
losis and Respiratory Disease Association with Christmas 
Seal distribution. This year they held exhibition drill 
meets at other schools and at the Fourth Regimental Drill 
Meet at Fort Gordon, Ga. Being sponsors for Company 
C-4 Pershing Rifles, CAPERS are present at numerous 
Pershing Rifles performances. The CAPERS also have many 
social functions in conjunction with the Pershing Rifles. 

PEGGY BATSON. Commander 




UPPER LEFT: Capers offer information at Student Activities Carni- 
val. UPPER RIGHT: "Forty inches all around." LOWER LEFT: 
Advisor and Capers enjoy luau activities. LOWER RIGHT: Open 
Ranks. March! 



COMPANY C-4 



". . . to foster a spirit of friendship and cooperation 
among the men of the military department and to maintain 
a highly efficient drill team." 

It is by this principle, set forth by the founder of the 
Pershing Rifles, General John J. Pershing, that the Pershing 
Rifleman lives, whether on the drill field in the heat of 
competition or at an impromptu party brought about by the 
quest for genuine fun. A PR learns to think and act like 
the men around him. This "one from many" begins on the 
drill field where, during a fancy drill routine, the individual 
PR must always be cognizant of what other members around 
him are doing in order to insure a precision unit, to perform 
separate feats as a single entity. The "oneness" instilled on 
the drill field carries over into private life where the mem- 
bers develop a spirit of fellowship and brotherhood uncom- 
mon to military organization on most university campuses. 




Wright C. 
Assistant Pledge 
Commander 

Adamo, J. 
Executive 
Officer 




Rusher, R. 
Scott, P. 
Snyder, M. 
Whitener. J 
Winston. P. 



PR PLEDGES 



The PR Pledge Program for Company C-4 has under- 
gone a complete overhaul this year. The pledges started 
the first semester with a period of training in basic rifle 
manual. They were inspected, and on the basis of attitude 
and progress, nine were chosen to march in the drill 
platoon. 

Those that were not chosen to enter the company were 
not, however, forgotten. They were given the task of 
representing Clemson University in competition for basic 
22-5 manual. They have become as much a part of drill 
competition as the advanced platoon, experiencing the 
same tension and the same desire to win. 

No longer will the pledges drill toward an unforseeable 
goal. No more thoughts of the Company enjoying itself 
on trips while the pledge stays on campus. The pledge 
will be as much a part of that trip as a company member, 
sharing entertainment as well as sharing the pride of 
victory. 

Company C-4 could not have chosen a better year to 
initiate this change in procedure, because this year's 
Pledge Platoon has got what it takes. 

JON H. ROBINETT, Commander 







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LOWER LEFT: Pledges kept on their Ps and Rs by Com- 
mander Larry Harper. BELOW: Let's see now — was that 
movement to begin on the left or right foot? 



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Smith, L. 




Stone, G. 


White, R. 


Sickinger, W. 


Sloan, J. 


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Swayze, R. 


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COUNTER-GUERILLAS 

An elite volunteer organization, the Clemson Counter-guerrilla 
Platoon, is composed of freshmen, sophomores, and juniors interested 
in advanced military studies. The platoon places emphasis on total 
development of the individual. 

Before earning their coveted black berets, candidates must com- 
plete a rigorous two-week physical training program culminated in a 
four-mile run and the Army Physical Combat Proficiency Test. 

Advised and instructed by Captain Russell Stoewe and Staff Ser- 
geant Bill Pray, the unit prepares the individual for service in a com- 
bat situation. Members are trained in hand-to-hand combat, moun- 
taineering, small arms familiarization, and small unit patrolling with 
particular emphasis on counter-insurgency operations. 

Practical application of this training includes regular field exercises, 
trips to Fort Jackson and Dahlonega Mountain Ranger Camp. 

Although oriented toward the military, every facet of the program 
strives to develop personal traits of initiative, self-confidence, and 
discipline which will serve him well in both military and civilian life. 

JIM CULP, Commander 





UPPER RIGHT: Hell no ... he shot you first. 
MIDDLE: Which hand has the Chocolate mess? 
BOTTOM RIGHT: The CGs practice close 
order drill. OPPOSITE TOP: Turn right at the 
third mud puddle and there's the PX. OPPO- 
SITE LEFT: Present Arms! OPPOSITE RIGHT: 
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THE PROGRAM 

For the past eighty years, military has been an 
important part of Clemson. Finally in 1959, ROTC 
became a two-year mandatory and two-year volun- 
tary program. After much discussion and argument, 
ROTC is no longer mandatory at Clemson Uni- 
versity. This giant step was taken only after many 
polls and a great deal of planning on the part of 
the University. There is a big question mark in the 
future of the military program at the University. 
Now that ROTC is no longer required, will ROTC 
survive? Only time will tell whether or not the 
military tradition will continue at Clemson. 






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DR. ROBERT C. EDWARDS 

Dr. Robert Cook Edwards has served Clemson University in capacities ranging 
from student leader to president. He entered on an academic scholarship in 
September 1929. Before receiving his Bachelor of Science degree in Textile Engi- 
neering in 1933, he held membrship in Phi Psi, the Arnold Air Society, Blue Key, 
Phi Kappa Phi, Tiger Brotherhood, and Scabbard and Blade. 

In 1956, Dr. Edwards became Vice-President for Development at Clemson Uni- 
versity, and in 1959 became its president. Since then, he has received an Honorary 
Doctor of Laws degree at both Wofford and The Citadel. 

Besides being intensely interested in all phases of his university, Dr. Edwards 
serves his community and state as a member of Lions International, the Clemson 
Rotary Club, the American Legion and the Shriners. He is a Master Mason and a 
steward in the Methodist Church. His affiliation with the United Student Fund, Inc., 
and the South Carolina Heart Association further demonstrates his interest in all 
phases of active, constructive participation. 

In addition to his community interests, Dr. Edwards is an avid supporter of 
Clemson athletics. In all these things, he has shown that he is a man concerned 
with all phases of community and university life and with the world outside Clemson. 
He is a man of dynamic interests and in every way, a perfect example of the 
Clemson Gentleman. 



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THE CHALLENGE 

Never before has Clemson University faced so many problems. Never before 
has Clemson University faced so many opportunities. Never before has Clemson 
University been more strongly manned, equipped and organized to serve the people 
of South Carolina — especially the young people. 

With unwavering support and wise counsel from the Board of Trustees, Clemson 
University's Administration and Faculty are facing the future in a spirit of optimism 
and hope. They are perfecting the administrative machinery necessary to anticipate 
needs, to cope with situations as they arise, and to prepare for the future. 

That future involves a probable enrollment of 10,000 by 1975. More importantly 
it involves a continued enhancement of quality in all of Clemson's many programs 
of teaching, research, and public service. Clemson's goal will never be less than 
the best. 

This is important to the Class of 1970 and to all future graduating classes. 
Never before did leadership in business, industry, and the professions demand such 
high educational qualifications. The men and women who are to lead — and 
Clemson graduates always have been leaders — must have such qualifications. 
Clemson's continuing mission is to equip its graduates in the fullest sense for the 
demands of the future. 

ROBERT C. EDWARDS, President. 





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THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

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

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. 

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

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. 

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. 

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. 

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. 







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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. 

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. 

A. M. O ua ttlebaum, president of Harlee-Ouattlebaum Construction Company, 
graduated from Clemson in 1934 and attended Cornell for his masters. He is 
presently with the South Carolina Highway Department. 

Paul O u attlebaum 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. 

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. 

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. 

COUNTER-CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: E. Brown. J. Self. L. D. Holmes. P. Calhoun. E. O. 
Lightsey, W. Smith. J. F. Byrnes, P. Quattlebaum, F. Jervey, R. Coker, T. H. Cribb. G. McCabe, 
A. M. Quattlebaum. 




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CLEMSON ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

The Clemson Alumni Association is the tie that binds the closest brotherhood 
in the world — the Clemson Alumni family — and Clemson University. 

Located in the heart of the Clemson campus, the Clemson Alumni Office is 
"service central" for more than 25,000 former students — 19,000 of which have 
received the Clemson diploma — and for the more than 6,500 young men and 
women who share an educational experience in an environment of friendliness and 
diversity. 

THE CLEMSON WORLD, published seven times a year and distributed to all 
active alumni and Clemson seniors, is the chief publication of the Association. The 
Clemson Placement Office is another facet that serves alumni and students alike 
bringing together those who are interested in new positions and firms that are 
seeking personnel. 

Under the sponsorship of the Alumni Association, the Clemson Foundation 
maintains several student aid funds and also a permanent endowment fund to help 
insure the continued excellence of the University. 

COUNTER-CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: Alumni officers at a working luncheon. George H. Aull, Jr. 
'44, President Alumni Association. Reunioning Alumni "Telling it like it was", Joe Sherman. Director 
of Alumni Relations, Alumni of the President's Reception. 




EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 

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 

CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: W. T. Cox, R. C. Edwards, D. Hunt, V. Hurst. M. A. Wilson, 
A. W. Rigsby, W. W. Bryan. 







ADMINISTRATION OF STUDENT AFFAIRS 

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

F. J. HOFFMANN Student Activities Director 

GEORGE E. COAKLEY Dean of Men 

SUSAN G. DELONY Dean of Women 

KENNETH N. VICKERY Director of Admissions 

FRANK J. HOWARD Director of Athletics 

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

VIRGINIA S. HARDIE Counseling Psychologist 

JUDSON E. HAIR Director of Student Health Service 

COUNTER-CLOCKWISE FROM TOP RIGHT: G. E. Coakley, K. N. Vickery, B. E. Trent, S. G. 
Delony, F. J. Hoffman, F. J. Howard, Dr. V. Hardie, Dr. J. E. Hair. 



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ADMINISTRATION FOR BUSINESS AND 
FINANCIAL AFFAIRS 

TRESCOTT N. HINTON Chief Accountant 

JOHN B. GENTRY Director of Personnel 

RALPH S. COLLINS Director of Physical Plant 

EARL S. LIBERTY Director of Purchasing 

WILLIAM H. DURHAM Director of Communications Center 

HENRY H. HILL, JR Director of Auxiliary Enterprises 

MELVIN C. LONG Director of Public Relations 

CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: T. N. Hinton, M. C. Long, R. S. Collins, W. H. Durham, 
H. H. Hill, E. S. Liberty, J. B. Gentry. 






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COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND BIOLOGICAL 
SCIENCE 

DEAN WILLIAM H. WILEY 

Under the expert leadership and guidance of Dean William H. Wiley, this 
college has achieved national prominence in the fields of Resident Instruction, 
Research, and Extended Education. As one of Clemson's oldest and most estab- 
lished Colleges, it offers quality education designed to meet the ever demanding 
needs of the competitive era of tomorrow. 

The biological sciences serve as the foundation of the complex and ever expand- 
ing agricultural sciences, while also serving the University's needs in the fundamental 
aspects of Biology. The students are given thorough training and experience in 
both the technical theory and practical reality of the basic principles of agriculture 
and biology. 

By combining modern technology with tradition, the college endeavors to 
prepare its graduates for career opportunities in education, industry, business, 
services, communication, conservation, and recreation. 

COUNTER-CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: It takes a good eye and memory for lab identification. 
A group of Agriculture majors. Dean Wiley checks over a very demanding schedule. The school 
is probably best known for its ice cream. Students really enjoy Biology labs. 





By stressing the principles of function, structure, design, beauty, and the enrich- 
ment of society as a whole; the College of Architecture prepares young men and 
women for a professional life. 

The curricula offered are not found elsewhere in our state. Pre-professional and 
professional programs in Architecture, City-Planning, and Building Construction 
are provided at the undergraduate and graduate levels. 

The currriculum in Architecture tries to balance a background of social sciences 
and math with professional training for the four-year Bachelor of Arts degree in 
Pre-Architecture. Then a masters degree is offered after two years of graduate work. 

Students may elect City Planning as their graduate area of study. It is the 
objective of the city planner to make the city's form imaginative and balanced. 

The curriculum in Building Construction is a four-year undergraduate program 
designed to train young people for top positions through a program of balanced 
study. 

CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: Professors Pinkney and Means are hard to tell from their students. 
Dean McClure works with a City Planning class. Visual Arts plays an important role in the 
curriculum. Everyone has a chance to become a famous artist. Freshmen are anxious to receive 
a good "crit". 





SCHOOL OF EDUCATION 

DEAN HAROLD F. LANDRITH 

The School of Education provides professional programs designed to prepare 
undergraduate and graduate students for careers in the field of education. The 
Clemson University Teacher Education Committee which includes four public school 
administrators, a committee from each department offering a teaching major, and 
the School of Education have designed curricula for those preparing to teach. The 
curriculum for each program gives the student opportunity to acquire a broad 
general education through liberal arts and science courses. Besides learning the 
historical, philosophical, and psychological background of American Education, each 
student is given the chance to learn and to put into practice effective teaching 
methods. 

There are programs leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Educa- 
tion or Secondary Education, and to a Bachelor of Science degree in Secondary 
Education or Recreation and Parks Administration. 

Through directed teaching and Teacher's Aide programs, Clemson University 
will be able to produce better qualified teachers. 

COUNTER-CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: Ray prepares his lesson in graphic arts. It's not all class- 
room work for R.P.A. majors. Dean Landrith is one of the busiest men on campus. Practical 
experience is the best teacher. Arts and Crafts are parts of elementary education. 




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COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 

DEAN L. G. RICH 

The era of space exploration is responsible for extensive revisions in Clemson s 
College of Engineering. Besides offering the traditional curricula in civil, electrical, 
mechanical, chemical, ceramic, and agricultural engineering; the college is planning 
to establish programs in the new fields of extraterrestial engineering and ocean 
engineering. 

Additionally, the college has made ample time available for students to take 
more courses in the humanities, thus preparing the engineering student to deal 
with social problems. 

An important part of engineering is research. The new Rhodes Engineering 
Research Center completed this fall houses special laboratories for implant surgery, 
water and air pollution control processes, and hybrid computers. 

Another important activity of the college of engineering is the continuing 
education for engineers employed by industry. Through its Office of Industri 
and Municipal Relations, the college has sponsored many short courses and semina 
in new technological developments. These courses designed for engineers 
practice, provide a useful function in translating the research discoveries in 
industrial practice. 



CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: Is it a corner stake or a short skirt he's zeroing in on? Must be 
loose wire somewhere. The inside of a what? Dean Rich explains how to use some delic 
equipment. Bill at one of his all night drawino projects. 





COLLEGE OF INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 
AND TEXTILE SCIENCE 

DEAN W. D. TREVILLIAN 

Existing for fourteen years, the College of Industrial Management and Textile 
Science has educated young people for the professional and textile fields, training 
them for key positions in the expanding economy of our country and state. 

The curriculum includes undergraduate programs leading to a Bachelor of 
Science degree in Industrial Management, Textile Science, and Textile Chemistry 
and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics. Programs of graduate study are 
offered in Management, Economics, Textiles, and Textile Chemistry. 

The College of Industrial Management and Textile Science strives for a 
diversified and versatile education in all its programs, following the belief that a 
lifelong capability for education increases the effectiveness of a potential leader. 

COUNTER-CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: Who was it that told me to wear a necktie to lab? W. D. 
Trevillian. Dean of the College of Industrial Management and Textile Science. Firsthand knowledge 
of the weaving process is gained through the use of looms in textile labs. Because of the large 
size of looms, people are amazed that weaving is such a slow process. 




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COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 

DEAN H. M. COX 

The strengthening and enrichment of Clemson University's educational programs 
are underscored with the creation of the college of liberal arts. 

The college of liberal arts initially consists of four academic departments: 
English, modern languages, music, social sciences. D. W. Daniel Hall, an almost 
two million dollar facility, provides classrooms and offices for the departments of 
English, modern languages, and music. 

Undergraduate degree programs are now available in English, history, modern 
languages, political science, psychology and sociology, with graduate programs 
offered in most of these areas. An interdisciplinary program leading to a minor in 
fine arts is offered, and plans are to expand the program into a major concentration. 
Plans are already under way to initiate additional programs at both the under- 
graduate and graduate levels. 

More than a year of careful planning and coordination have laid the ground- 
work for the creation of the College of Liberal Arts and course offerings on the 
graduate level are anticipated with a sizable number of graduate students by 1975. 

CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: Is this his bag? Is Algernon still fighting for survival? H. M. Cox, 
Dean of the College of Liberal Arts. The door to a prof's office is always open. A student 
proposes a perplexing question. 



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SCHOOL OF NURSING 

DEAN GERALDINE LABECKI 

The School of Nursing, created in 1965, provides two programs designed to 
prepare the student for a career in nursing. 

The shorter program, which last two academic years and one summer session, 
leads to an Associate in Arts degree. The purpose of this program is to prepare 
technically and competent nurses who will practice in hospitals, clinics and similar 
agencies. The clinical nursing experiences take place in the Anderson Memorial 
Hospital. 

The program leading to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing lasts four academic 
years and is designed to prepare nurses for the practice of professional nursing in 
various settings such as hospitals, industries, and clinics. The program offers the 
foundation for graduate study in nursing and an unlimited opportunity for sound 
career development in professional nursing. Clinical nursing experiences, also under 
the guidance of the faculty, take place with patients in the Greenville Hospital 
system. 

COUNTER-CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: Student nurses keep up with the progress of a patient. 
Dean Labecki heads up a fine staff. All he really has is a hangover. Wow! Look at this magazine 
I found under the sheets of the last patient. 





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COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL AND MATHEMATICAL 
SCIENCES 

DEAN C. V. AUCOIN 

Always attuned to the times and its needs, Clemson University's traditional 
strengths in the physical and mathematical sciences are advancing on a broad front 
with the establishment of the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences. 

Created with the division of the College of Arts and Sciences on July I, 1969, 
the new college initially has three departments: chemistry and geology, mathematics, 
and physics. 

In cooperation with Anderson Memorial Hospital and Greenville General 
Hospital, the college offers a four-year curriculum in medical technology. The 
first three years are spent in class work at Clemson and the final year in residence 
at one of the hospitals where the student takes courses under instruction of the 
hospital staff. 

The College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences also has quality programs 
in pre-dentistry, pre-medicine, and pre-pharmacy. 

CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: Maybe this time I'll get the right results! I thought I followed 
the directions correctly. Dean Aucoin still has to work out a few problems. Next, connect wire 7 
to terminal J. As precise as precise can be. 






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Here at Clemson, research is the quest for knowl- 
edge to help man and to improve his environment. 
Research courses are offered in such various fields 
as medicine and biology, mathematics, economics, 
architecture, education, and industrial management. 
This research has been the development and proving 
ground for such innovations as bone and tissue I 
replacements for the human body, the planning of I 
cities of the future, and the application of engineer- I 
ing science to the solution of practical problems I 
encountered in medical research. 

Research growth has been phenomenal at Clem- I 
son for the past several year;, 
are being built and planned t. 

rapidly expanding research programs. Research at I 
Clemson has an extremely promising future, and it 
is obvious that Clemson is making significant con- 
tributions to the well-being of the Twenty-First 
Century Man. 










GEOLOGY RESEARCH 

In addition to the other fields in which research 
is now being done at Clemson, there are several 
studies being made in specific areas of the field of 
Geology. Participating in these research projects 
are Dr. R. D. Hatcher, Dr. V. S. Griffin, Dr. P. K. 
Birkhead, Dr. D. S. Snipes, and Dr. G. M. Haselton. 

The project of Drs. Hatcher and Griffin, for 
example, involves a study into the interpretation of 
the geological history of the northwestern section 
of South Carolina. Dr. P. K. Birkhead is presently 
trying to classify a species of marine coral which 
has been known to bear petroleum deposits. 

The research is being financed by outside founda- 
tions in an effort to uncover information which will 
bring us to a better understanding of the earth's 
history and possibly bring out new mineral reserves 
that can be used to better our environment. 





TOP TO BOTTOM: A graduate research assist- 
ant takes a sediment sample from Lake Hart- 
well. Drs. Griffin and Hatcher examine an 
outcropping to determine its composition. Here 
they study rock stratification, a study of the 
origin of various deposits. OPPOSITE PAGE, 
COUNTER-CLOCKWISE FROM TOP RIGHT: 
Graduate students in biological and chemical 
fields find the electron microscope indispensable. 
A. E. Schwartz. Dean of the Graduate School 
and Director of Research. Working being done 
in Environmental Systems laboratory. 



ENGINEERING 



Research at Clemson expands into many areas of 
engineering. Civil Engineering, for example, is con- 
ducting current research in the areas of construction 
control testing, pavement design, and highway 
safety. 

Clemson's Chemical Engineering students are 
studying the unpredictable path of the molecule. 
The chemical research is performed by professors 
with advanced undergraduate and graduate stu- 
dents on worthwhile problems that provide an edu- 
cational experience for the students. 

Other areas of engineering research are those in 
Engineering Mechanics (working with ground water — ■ 
surface water relationships and effects of friction- 
reducing additives) and in Electrical Engineering 
(working with the study of different electrical geo- 
physical methods). 

At Clemson many projects of Biomedical Engi- 
neering research are active, all of them applying 
the principles of engineering science to the solution 
of practical problems encountered in medical 
research. 

Research in the various fields of engineering at 
Clemson are helping man advance into civilization 
today, and into space tomorrow. 





ABOVE: Optical system utilizing a laser to pro- 
duce Holograms. TOP RIGHT: Graduate as- 
sistants spend quite a bit of time in the labora- 
tory. MIDDLE RIGHT: It is seldom that the 
Electrical Engineering Department's Page Ana- 
logue Computer is not in use. BOTTOM RIGHT: 
Most experiments depend on exact measurements. 



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ENGINEERING 

Research projects in the Ceramic Engineering de- 
partment are presently being conducted by Dr. 
Samuel F. Hulbert and Dr. Clifford C. Fain. One 
experiment is with water soluble glass; another is 
with replaceable ceramic bones. 

The idea of the glass project is to develop a 
container material which after use or if broken will 
revert back to its original elements. Once the glass 
is shattered the bonds between the molecules will be 
disarranged causing the glass to decompose. This 
glass will eliminate a major portion of our waste 
problems. 

Drs. Hulbert and Fain hope that the ceramic bones 
they are working with will someday replace old, 
brittle human bones. Successful bone transplants 
have been made on dogs, bringing closer the goal 
of successful human transplants. 




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TOP TO BOTTOM: Insertion of porous ceramic in dog lemur. 
Blood coagulation studies by J. Klawatter. Processing of water 
soluble glass test specimen is a part of research on design and 
evaluation of a water soluble disposable glass packaging 
container. 



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AGRICULTURE 

Although the search for -food goes on as before; 
it has taken on special significance since millions 
today are -on the verge of starvation. To help the 
United States assume the burden of feeding the 
world's masses, Clemson University has vigorous 
programs of research on food production, process- 
ing, and improvement. 

Today agricultural research is conducted at the 
campus, and at four branch stations located through- 
out the state. The branch stations are well-located 
so as to carry on research applicable to all of the 
geographical regions of the state. 

Work is being done on all phases of agriculture 
from producing a better quality product to devising 
better farming equipment. Through research at 
Clemson, valuable and economic substitute food 
products are being obtained from the simple soy- 
bean. 

Clemson University looks forward to a future in 
research that will make significant contributions to 
the twenty-first century. 




CLOCKWISE FROM TOP CENTER: Stronger shells are being developed to allow easier 
shipping of eggs. A giant pea picker undergoes a vigorous examination. It takes more 
than water to grow a healthy plant. Soil samples from all over the state are tested. 
Peach picking goes automatic with help from Clemson. Laboratory cultures are studied. 
Supper chicken has his battery recharged. 





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WHO'S WHO 



TOP: SARA R. KARESH, Tri-Level Committee 4; Student 
Senator 2, 3, 4; Chairman Student Organizations and 
Affairs Committee 4; Angel Flight I, 2, 3, 4, Commander 
2, 3: Majoring in Secondary Education. 
MIDDLE: ROWENA G. SOBCZYK, Delta Sigma Nu 3, 4: 
Secretary-Treasurer of Student Body 4; Sigma Beta Chi I, 
2, 3. 4; Clemson Civic Ballet I. 2, 3, 4; Young Republicans 
I. 2, 3, 4: Majoring in Pre-Med. 

BOTTOM: ' RICHARD L OBORN, D. M. C, AFROTC 
Commandants Award 4; Treasurer Sigma Tau Epsilon 4; 
Blue Key 4; Alpha Phi Omega I, 2, 3, 4, President 4; 
WSBF 2, 3, Business Director 4: Arnold Air Society, 
Chaplain 4; Majoring in English. 




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TOP: PAUL W. ASKINS, Blue Key 4; High Court 3, 4, Chairman 4; BSU I, 2, 
3, 4; WSBF Traffic and Continuity Manager 3, 4; Army ROTC; Majoring in 
Industrial Management. 

ABOVE: GARY CLARY, Student Body Vice-President; Tiger Brotherhood 4; 
AFROTC; Delta Kappa Alpha 3, 4; Majoring in History. 

RIGHT: ANNE C. MORRIS, AIA 4: Secretary Judicial Board 4; Senior Class 
Council 4; WSA Judicial Board 4; TAPS Junior Staff 4; Court of Appeals 4; 
Majoring in Architecture. 







WHO'S WHO 



UPPER RIGHT: JANE W. HASS, Highest Hon- 
ors I, 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Sigma Tau 
Epsilon 3, President 4; Order of Athena 3, 4; 
Sigma Beta Chi I, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Inter- 
sorority Council 3; TAPS Advertising Manager 
3; Majoring in Math. 

UPPER LEFT: MARION COOPER THOMPSON, 
Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4; Chairman, Court of 
Lesser Appeals 3; Chairman, Appeals Court 4; 
SCSSL 2, 3, 4; Alpha Gamma 2, 3, 4; Majoring 
in Math. 

LEFT: J. DENNIS BOLT, Blue Key; Young Demo- 
crats, President 3; Tiger Staff, Editor 4; Gamma 
Alpha Mu; Majoring in History. 



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TOP: ELIZABETH PITTS, Sigma Tau Epsilon 2. 3, 4; Order of Athena 

3. 4; WSA 3, 4, President 4; Delta Theta Chi 2, 3, 4, President 4; 

Inter-Sorority Council 4: Majoring in Math. 

LEFT: ANTHONY A. COCHET. Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4; Blue Key 

4; Scabbard and Blade 3. 4, Executive Officer 4; Arnold Air Society 

2, 3. 4; Student Senator I, 2, 3, 4; SCSSL I, 2. 3. 4, Delegation 

Chairman 3. 4, Chief Justice of the SCSSL Supreme Court 4; Young 

Republicans 4; AFROTC: Majoring in Pre-Med. 

RIGHT: JAMES E. FOSTER, JR., Student Senate 2, 3. 4. President 4: 

Appeals Court 4: Blue Key 4; Alpha Gamma 2, 3, 4: Advanced 

ROTC. Cadre Commander 4; Majoring in Industrial Management. 





TOP LEFT: MICHAEL J. FAER, DMC ROTC 4; Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4, 
Epsilon 3, 4; Block "C" Club 3, 4; Majoring in Pre-Med. 

TOP RIGHT: EDWIN F. HERRINGTON, DMC ROTC 4; AlChE I, 2, 3, 4; Phi Eta Sigma I. 2, 3, 
4, Vice-President 3: Tau Beta Pi 3, 4, Vice-President 4: Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4, Vice-President 4: 
Majoring in Chemical Engineering. 

LEFT: NANCY R. DANNALS, Sigma Beta Chi I, 2, 3, 4; Inter-Sorority Council 4: TAPS Organi- 
zation Editor 4; Majoring in English. 

RIGHT: M. DONALD ALEXANDER, DMC ROTC: Delta Sigma Nu, Secretary: Student Senator 
I, 2, 4: Tiger Brotherhood 4; Delta Kappa Alpha I, 2, 3, 4: I FC Secretary 4: Young Republicans: 
Majoring in Pre-Med. 



WHO'S WHO 



RIGHT: CATHY L. MOSS, Student Senator 4; 
Central Spirit Committee 4; Rat Master 4; Delta 
Theta Chi I, 2, 3. 4, President 4, Pledge Master 4; 
Majorinq in Zoology. 

BELOW LEFT: JOHN C. NORTON, Young Demo- 
crats 4; Tiger Associate Editor 3, 4; High Court 4; 
Calhoun Literary Society 2, 3, 4; Gamma Alpha Mu 
2, 3, 4: Maioring in English. 

BELOW RIGHT: J. DAVIS JORDAN, Dairy Science 
Club, Vice-President 4: Army ROTC; High Court 4; 
Delta Kappa Alpha, President 4; Tiger Brotherhood 
4; Majoring in Dairy Science. 




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TOP LEFT: MARTENZA L. JONES, Miss Clemson University I: 
R. F. Poole Scholarship 4: Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Order of Athena, 
President 4: YMCA I, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Majoring in Elementary 
Education. 

TOP RIGHT: DANIEL E. HUNT, President of Student Body 4; Blue 
Key 3. 4; Alpha Gamma 3, 4; Army ROTC; Majoring in Economics. 
LEFT: JAMES L. COLEMAN, JR., Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4: Air Force 
ROTC: Tiger Band I, 2. 3, 4: Concert Band I. 2, 3, 4: Tiger Band 
Staff 2, 3, 4: Tau Beta Pi; Majoring in Electrical Engineering. 
RIGHT: CHARLES H. GOODING, R. F. Poole Scholarship I, 2, 
3, 4; AlChE 2, 3, 4; Phi Eta Sigma 2, 3, 4; Tau Beta Pi 3, 4; 
Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Scabbard and Blade 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Army 
ROTC Brigade Commander 4; Pershing Rifles I, 2; Majoring in 
Chemical Engineering. 



WHO'S WHO 



RIGHT: JUDITH E. BEACH. Food Science Club 
I, 2. 3, 4, Secretary 4: Order of Athena 3, 4, 
Treasurer: Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4: WSA Judicial Board 
4: Majoring in Food Science. 

BOTTOM LEFT: DARRA D. WILLIAMSON, Order 
of Athena 3, 4; Central Spirit Committee I, 2, 3, 4: 
Sigma Beta Chi 2, 3. 4: TAPS Greeks Editor 3: 
Varsity Cheerleader 3: Majoring in Biology. 
BOTTOM RIGHT: JOHN E. SETTLE. JR.. Blue Key 
3, 4, Vice-President 4: Tigerama Director 4: Arrold 
Air Society 3, 4: TAPS Editor-in-Chief 4: Tiger 
Brotherhood 4: Scabbard and Blade 4; Majoring in 
Zoology. 




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SENIORS 



WILLIAM L. ABERNATHY . Pendleton, S. C. 
AGRONOMY 

ALBERT W. ABRAMS . . . Cayce, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

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

JEFFERY R. ABRAMS . . . Eastover, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 



BRUNELLO ACCOMANDO . Inwood, N.Y. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

LEWIS L. ACKER . . . Anderson, S. C. 
GEOLOGY 

ELIZABETH R. ADAMS . . Annapolis, Md. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

ERNEST L. ADAMS . . . Clemson, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 



JAMES M. ADAMS .... Union, S. C. 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 

ROBERT D. AINSWORTH . Falls Church, Va. 
METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

LAURA S. ALEXANDER . Spartanburg, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

MILTON D.ALEXANDER . . Brunson, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 



• JERRY W. ALLEN . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

BARNETT A. ALLGOOD . . . Toccoa, Ga. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

ROLAND P. ALSTON . . . Rembert, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

JAMES C. ALTMAN . . . Manning, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



• HAROLD C. AMICK . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

PAUL D. AMOS .... N. Augusta, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

CARROLL S. ANDERSON . Frankford, Del. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

JOHN L. ANDERSON . . . Clinton, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



WILLIAM B. ANDERSON . Greenville, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

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

DAVID C. ARNOLD . . W. Columbia, S. C. 
ENTOMOLOGY 

FRANK H. ARNOLD . . Charleston, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



SENIORS 



• RANDAL J. ASHLEY . . . Belton, S. C. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

RAYMOND H. ASKINS . Lake City, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

PAUL W. ASKINS . . . Hartsville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



SEMBOS ATHANSAIOS . 
PHYSICS 



Greenville, S. C. 



LARRY N. ATKINSON . . Jefferson, S. C. 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 

WAYNE H. ATKINSON . . Liberty, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

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

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



• BOBBY P. AYERS . . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

HARLEY G. BABB III .... Moore, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

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

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

CHARLES D. BAKER . . Columbia, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 



• JAMES C. BARKER . . . Sumter, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

STEVEN W. BARKER . . Lutherville, Md. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

RICHARD C. BALLENGER . Anderson, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

CHARLES M. BANKS . . . Chester, S. C. 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 



CHARLES E. BARDSLEY III . Neenah, Wise. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

JAMES F. BARKER . . . Clemson, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

ROBERT E. BARKER . . . Conway, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

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



•JANE ELLEN BARTLES . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 



BENNY D. BARTLEY . . 
BIOLOGY 



Aiken, S. C. 



THOMAS C. BASKIN, JR. . Charleston, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

ARTHUR T. BASS III . N. Charleston, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 





SENIORS 



• DAVID S. BASS . . . Bennettsv.lle, S. C. 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 

DENNIS L. BAUKNIGHT . . Easley, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

PAUL R. BAZEMORE . . . Beaufort, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JUDITH E. BEACH . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
FOOD SCIENCE 



• ROBERT W. BEACHY . . . Atlanta, Ga. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

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

MAXINE E. BEASLEY . . Anderson, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

DONALD P. BEAUDAIN . Greenv.lle, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 



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

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

JUDITH K. BELL .... Piedmont, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

ROBERT L. BELL . . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

RICHARD J. BENNETT . . Laurens, S. C. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 



• SCOTT C. BERGREN . . . Greenville, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

THOMAS C. BETHEA, JR. . . Dillon, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

WILLIAM L. BETSILL, JR. . Anderson, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

PATRICK E. BINKLEY . . . Florence, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



• MICHAEL G. BISHOP . . Greenville, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

SONJA J. BISHOP . . Greenville, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

WAYNE H. BISHOP . . Greenville, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



DIANA K. BISSEY . . . Charleston, S. C. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 



• LARRY M. BLACKMON . . Lancaster, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

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

ROY E. BLANCHARD . . . Aiken, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

FRANK S. BLAND . . . Edgefield, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



SENIORS 



RACHEL A. BLANTON . . Seneca, S. C. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

DOUGLAS J. BLATTMACHR . G. City, N. Y. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

JERRY L. BODIE . . . Ridge Spring, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 

PHILLIP C. BODLE . . . Cincinnati, Ohio 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



• CHARLES E. BOLEN . . . Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

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

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

DENNIS J. BOLT .... Anderson, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

WILLIAM P. BONNER . . . Gaffney, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 



THOMAS E. BENNETLE . Orangeburg, S. C. 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 

RANDALL E. BOUCHILLON . Seneca, S. C. 

TEXTILES 

HEYWARD BOUKNIGHT, JR. . Cola., S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

BERNARD A. BOWEN . . Anderson, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



• ELIZABETH M. BROWN . . Taylors, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

FRANCES H. BOWEN . . Anderson, S. C. 
MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

GLENN BOWERS . . . Lancaster, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

CALVIN N. BOWIE, JR. . . Due West, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 



• MARION C. BOYD . . . Clemson, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

SAMUEL R. BOYKIN . . St. Charles, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

DAVID R. BRABHAM . . St. Stephen, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

RALPH J. BRACKETT .... Tampa, Fla. 
METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 



• THOMAS N. BRADLEY . . . Greer, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

JOHN L. BRADY . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

HARVEY A. BRAND . . Charleston, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

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




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SENIORS 



•JOYCE E. BRELAND . . . Holly Hill, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

JOHN A. BRENNAN . . . Galesburg, III. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

JAMES A. BREWER .... Easley, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

FRANK K. BRIDWELL . . . Central, S. C. 
DAIRY SCIENCE 



•JOHN R. BROCK . . . Walhalla, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

NIGEL R. BROOKS . . . Baltimore, Md. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

WILLIAM L. BROOME . . Abbeville, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

DAVID M. BROWN . . Burlington, N. J. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



• JAMES W. BROWN .... Aynor, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

PATRICK M. BROWN . . Lawrence, N. Y. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

REX A. BROWN Cayce, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

THOMAS J. BROWN . Kenneth Square, Pa. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• WAYNE P. BROWN .... Easley, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

MELVIN N. BROWNE .... Troy, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

DONALD L. BRUCE .... Greer, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

J. PATRICK BRUENING . Charleston, S. C. 
PHYSICS 



• JAMES H. BRUNSON . . . Manning, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

MARVIN R. BUCHANAN . Jacksonville, Fla. 
ECONOMICS 

JAMES A. BUCK Sumter, S. C. 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

JAMES L. BUCKNER . . . Roswell, Ga. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



• LINDA N. BUDDIN .... Olanta, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

ELVIN L. BULL .... Cameron, S. C. 
AGRONOMY 

JAMES L. BULL .... Abbeville, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 



RICHARD E. BULLER . . 
ECONOMICS 



Media, Pa. 



SENIORS 



• GEORGE J. BULLWINKEL Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

RICHARD C. BURGESS . . Clemson, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

GRADY S. BURGNER . Chattanooga, Tenn. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

JAMES P. BURNETTE . . . Clemson, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 



WILLIAM W. BURNS . . Charleston, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

BUDDY BURRELL .... Pendleton, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

W. THOMAS BURRISS . . Brooklyn, N. Y. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

JOSEPH R. BURTON . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• KENNETH BUTLER . . Bergenfield, N. J. 
ECONOMICS 

RUTHE M. BUTTS . . . Westminster, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

RACHEL A. BYRD . . . Greenville, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

WILLIAM J. BYRUM, JR. . Anderson, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



JAMES V. CAGGIANO . Cowpens, S. C. 

HORTICULTURE 

SAMUEL R. CAIN .... Union, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WILLIAM L. CALKINS . . Clemson, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

ALAN McK. CAMPBELL . Washington, D. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



• G. ROBERT CAMPBELL . Menlo Park, N.J. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

JAMES P. CAMPBELL . . . Dillon, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

GUY P. CANAVAGGIE . . Panama, R. P. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

WILLIAM R. CANN . . . Clemson, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 



• MICHAEL L. CAPPS . . Greenville, S. C. 
GEOLOGY 

JAMES C. CAREY . . . Clemson, S. C. 
HORTICULTURE 

MARVIN G. CARMICHAEL . Dillon, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

J. ALLEN CARROLL . . . Chester, S. C. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 









SENIORS 



• WILLIAM S. CARSON . . Columbia, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

WILLIAM M. CARSTEN . Jacksonville, Fla. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

LARRY D. CARTER .... Easley, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

JAMES S. CARTER . . . Fort Lawn, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



• OSCAR L. CARTER .... Dillon, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

THOMAS B. CARTER . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

DENNIS R. CASH . . . Greenville, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

MIKE T. CASTRE .... Clemson, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 



• DAVID P. CATANZARO . Anderson, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

CHARLES E. CAUBLE . . Columbia, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

GEO W. CAUGHMAN, JR. Lexington, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

MICHAEL S. CAULDER . . Camden, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



• JOHN M. CAUTHER . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

RONNIE W. CAUTHEN . Heath Sprs., S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

M. JUNE CELY .... Greenville, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 



DENNIS D. CHANDLER . 
FORESTRY 



Towaco, N. J. 



• JAMES L. CHANDLER . . . Greer, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

KEITH D. CHANDLER . N. Charleston, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

MARGARET S. CHAPIN . . Seneca, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

JOHN C. CHAPMAN . . Clemson, S. C. 
FORESTRY 



• KENNETH W. CHAPMAN . Little Mtn., S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

WALTER CHILDSON, JR. . Philadelphia, Pa. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JAMES P. CHOVAN . . . Bethlehem, Pa. 

MATHEMATICS 

MICHAEL V. CLARK . Orangeburg, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 



SENIORS 



• LELAND T. CLARKE . . . Charlotte, N. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

GARY E. CLARY .... Gaffney, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

MARY A. M. CLAYTON . Westminster, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

ROBT. M. CLAYTON, JR. Westminster, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 



• JAMES H. CLEVELAND . . Seneca, S. C. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

WILLIAM E. CLINE .... Dallas, Texas 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

JAMES M. CLONINGER . Blackstock, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

TERRENCE J. CLYNE . . Rocky River, Ohio 
ECONOMICS 



• ANTHONY A. COCHET N. Charleston, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

JOHNNIE E. COCKCROFT Moncks C, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

WILLIAM T. COFFEY . . . Aiken, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

HENRY GOGAN . . . Washington, D. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



JOHN W. COKER . . . Edgemoor, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

RONALD W. COKER . . Asheville, N. C. 
SCIENCE TEACHING 

CHARLES J. COLE .... Sencea, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

JAMES L. COLEMAN, JR. . Ridgeway, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



LUDIE M. COLEMAN III . Lake City, S. C. 
FORESTRY 

JAMES L. COLEY II . . . Anderson, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

DONALD E. COLLINS . . Columbia, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

EDWARD J. COLLINS, JR. . Belvedere, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 



RANDALL D. COLLINS . . Lancaster, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

THOMAS H. COLLINS . . Newberry, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

BEN G. COMPTON .... Lexington, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

ROBERT B. COMPTON . . Sumter, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 





SENIORS 



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CAROLE R. CONE . . . Denver, Colo. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

DOUGLAS M. CONRAD . Charleston, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

JOHN W. COOK, JR. . Williamsville, N.Y. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

WILLIAM W. COOPER, JR. . Hanahan, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



MURRAY J. CORMAN . Miami Beach, Fla. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

CHARLES M. CORNISH . . Clemson, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

JOHN B. CORNWELL III . . Clemson, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

JOHN C. CORNWELL . . . Clemson, S. C. 
PRE-VETERINARY 



• MARION S. CORNWELL . . Ft. Myers, Fla. 
BIOLOGY 

BENNETT H. CORPENING . Ashev.lle, N. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

ALTON L. COX Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

GEDDES M. COX . . . Fayetteville, N. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• HENRY C. COX, JR. . . Anderson, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

JERRY L. COX Taylors, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

JOHN R. COYLE .... Easley, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

ROBERT M. CRAIG .... Central, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 



WILLIAM T. CRAIN . . 
FORESTRY 



Greer, S. C. 



MALCOLM L. CRAVEN . . Florence, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

CHARLES H. CRAWFORD . Fort Lawn, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

WILLIAM H. CROCKER . Columbia, S. C. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 



• WADE C. CROW . . Spartanburg, S.C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

MICHAEL G. CROWE . . Marietta, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

JODYH. CULLER . . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

WILLIAM W. CULLER . Orangeburg, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



SENIORS 



• J.A.CUNNINGHAM . Pleasantsville, N. J. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

WM. R. CUNNINGHAM . Waynesville, N. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

ARTHUR J. CURRENCE . . . York, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

BRENDA C. CURTIS . . . Piedmont, S. C. 
ENGLISH 



• JOHN D. CURTIS II . . . Clemson, S. C. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

TIMOTHY C. DALEY . . . Inman, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

NANCY R. DANNALS . . . Maitland, Fla. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

HAROLD L. DAVENPORT . Greenville, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



• HAROLD R. DAVIS . . . Clemson, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

JANEY D. DAVIS . . . Gainesville, Ga. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

JOE M. DAVIS .... Gainesville, Ga. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

KEITH A. DAVIS . . . Greenville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



MAYNARD J. DAVIS, JR. . Winnsboro, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

RICHARD C. DAVIS, JR. Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

STEVEN E. DAVIS . . . Charlotte, N. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

MARSHALL L. DEANHARDT . Belton, S. C. 
CHEMISTRY 



GORDON H. DECHMAN 
PHYSICS 



WILLIAM W. DEER . . 
BIOLOGY 



. Macon, Ga. 
Beaufort, S. C. 



ROBERT A. DeFRANCISCO . Derby, Conn. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

ADRIANO DEMORI . . Cliffside Park, N. J. 
ECONOMICS 



• WILLIAM F. DEPEW . . . Baltimore, Md. 
ECONOMICS 

CURTIS M. DERRICK . . . Clmeson, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

DANNY O. DERRICK . . Clemson, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

WILLIAM E. DeYOUNG . . Greer, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 







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SENIORS 




CHARLES L. DICKSON . Sandy Spgs., S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

THERA J. DIXON . . . Anderson, S. C. 
NURSING 

JUDSON D. DOBBINS . . . Greer, S. C. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

MARY J, DOBBINS . . . Townville, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 



• THOMAS E. DOBBINS . . Townville, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

CATHY L. DODDS . . . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

DENNIS D. DONOHUE . Cedar Grove, N.J. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

RICHARD J. DOREY .... Aiken, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



• ROBERT C. DOTSON . . McDonaugh, Ga. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

JAMES F. DOUGLAS . . Greenwood, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JAMES S. DOUGLASS . . . Clemson, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

DAVID R. DOVER .... Clemson, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 



THOMAS P. DOWLING . . Clemson, S. C. 
FORESTRY 

BRIAN E. DOYLE .... Closter, N.J. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

THOMAS D. DREHER . . Summerville, S. C. 
FORESTRY 

JUDSON H. DRENNAN III . Rock Hill, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 



• ROBERT F. DRENNAN JR. . Rock Hill, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

WILBUR N. DULIN, JR. . . Columbia, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

ALBERT D. DUNAWAY . . Atlanta, Ga. 
ECONOMICS 

ROBERT R. DuRANT . . Manning, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 



• FLOYD D. DURHAM . . . P ic kens, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

LAWRENCE B. DURHAM, JR. Arcadia, S. C. 
TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

ERNEST M. DUVALL . . . Cheraw, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

HORACE C. DYAR .... Seneca, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



SENIORS 



G. DAVID DYKES . . . Thomasville, Ga. 
HORTICULTURE 

KENNETH D. DYKSTRA . Charlotte, N. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

WINSTON M. EADDY . Hemingway, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

BARRY A. EARLE . . . Valley Station, Ky. 
CHEMISTRY 



• BRYAN D. EARWOOD . . Anderson, S. C. 
MATHEMATICS 

JOHN K.EDMONDS . . . Anderson, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

KENT A. EDMONDS . . . Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

ROBERT M. EDNEY . . Hendersonville, N. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 



• STEVE R. EDWARDS . . . Johnston, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

R. CHAS. ELDRIDGE, JR. Spartanburg, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

CAROLE ELLIS Fort Mill, S. C. 

BIOLOGY 

ROBERT E. ELLIS, JR. . . Greenville, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 



• JAMES F. ELROD .... Clemson, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

BOYD B. ELVINGTON . . Lake View, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

LINDA A. ENGLISH . . . LaFrance, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

ELLIOTT B. ESKEW . . . Clemson, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



• JERRY D. ESKEW .... Clemson, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

B. TYNDALL ESTES, JR. . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

WILLIAM M. ETHEREDGE . Columbia, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

MICHAEL E. EVANS . . Abbeville, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 



WILLIAM D. EVANS . . Bluefield, W. Va. 
ECONOMICS 

KEN M. EWAN Newark, Del. 

ARCHITECTURE 

MICHAEL J. FAER . . . West Mifflin, Pa. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

BERNARD C. FAGAN . Cliffwood Bch., N.J. 

RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 





SENIORS 



• DUANE L. FALLS .... Clover, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

JAMES L. FAULKENBERRY . Camden, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

JAMES R. FAULKNER, JR. . Clemson, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

GLENN P. FELTON .... Bayside, N. Y. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 



RALPH C. FENNELL, JR. . Kingstree, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

ALEXANDER F. FEWELL . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

JAMES P. FIELDS, JR McBee, S. C. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

JANE L. FIFE Clemson, S. C. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 



• ROBERT W. FITCHETT . . . Baltimore, Md. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

CARLTON G. FLEETWOOD . . Aiken, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

LARRY D. FLOYD . . Galivants Ferry, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

BENJAMIN F. FORD . . . Great Falls, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



• CHARLES A. FORSBERG . Charleston, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

CAROLYN D. FOSTER . . . Duncan, S. C. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

JAMES E. FOSTER, JR. . . Greenville, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

MICHAEL W. FOWLER . . Charleston, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



WILLIAM E. FOWLER . Wadmalaw Is., S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

THEODORE C. FOX . . . Batesburg, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

JOHN H. FRANK .... Darlington, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

BETHANY S. FRANKE . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
CHEMISTRY 



MARION E. FRICK .... Chapin, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

ELTON T. FULMER . . . Williston, S. C. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

JOHN B. FULMER . . . Clemson, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

JOHN L. FULMER, JR. . . Clemson, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 



SENIORS 



COLONEL J. GADDY, JR. Myrtle Bch., S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

RICHARD P. GAGNON . Westminster, Md. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

GEORGE W.GILLARD . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WILLIAM H. GAINES . Travelers Rest, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 



RAYMOND L. GALLOWAY Darlington, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

THOMAS G. GAMBILL . Fayetteville, N. C. 
BIOLOGY 

JOHN W. GAMBRELL . . Clemson, S. C. 

TEXTILES 

THOMAS L. GANDY . . Florence, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 



• ROBERT D. GANTT . . . Greenville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

STEVEN A. GANTT .... Chester, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 



LEE H. GARDENER . . . Harts 
PRE-MEDICINE 



lie, S. C. 



RICHARD W. GARDENER Cinnaminson, N. J. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 



ERIC K. GARDENER . . . Climax, N. Y. 
GEOLOGY 

WAYNE R. GARLAND . . Upton, Mass. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

FORESTER M. GARNER . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

STANFORD T. GARNETT . Columbia, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 



• THOMAS R. GARNETT . . Six Mile, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

WILLIAM H.GARVIN . . Greensboro, N. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

JESSE H. GASKINS . . Chesterfield, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

NICHOLAS P. GETTYS, JR. . Clemson, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 



THOMAS A. GIBSON . . Clemson, S. C. 
FOOD SCIENCE 

BOB D. GILBERT .... La Fayette, Ga. 
DAIRY SCIENCE 

HAROLD E. GILBERT . . . Central, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

RICHARD A. GILBERT . Greensboro, N. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 




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SENIORS 



• WILLIAM H. GILBERT, JR. . Atlanta, Ga. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JON A. GILES Greer, S. C 

RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

BRUCE A. GILLESPIE . . . Rosemont, Pa. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

H. DAVID GILLIAM, JR. . . . Pelzer, S. C. 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 



• RICHARD B. GILPIN, JR. . . Clemson, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

CHARLES C. GLASGOW . . Conway, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

SUSAN P. GLEN .... Greenv,lle, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

SAMUEL A. GLENN . . . Fair Play, S. C. 
TEXTILES 



• DAVID S. GLYMPH . . Silver Spring, Md. 

ARCHITECTURE 

JOSEPH G. GOELLER . Union City, N. J. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

PHILLIP C. GOFF .... Clemson, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

MARK H. GOLDMAN . Woodbridge, Conn. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



CHARLES H. GOODING . Hampton, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

ROBERT H. GOODSON . . Hartsville, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

LUCILLE C. GORDON . . Edgewater, Md. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

BETTY J. GRAHAM . . . Clemson, S. C. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 



• JOHN M. GRAHAM . . Columbia, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

JOHN F. GRAY .... Abbeville, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

RONALD E. GRAY . . . Allendale, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

BEN H. GREEN .... Waterford, Pa. 

FORESTRY 



• SHANNON K. GREEN . . . Sumter, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

ROY T. GREENE .... Pendleton, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

WARREN W. GRESHAM Spartanburg, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 

WILLIAM M. GRIGGS . . Hartsville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



SENIORS 



• THOMAS E. GRIMES . . Columbia, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

CHARLES T. GRIMSLEY N. Charleston, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

RONALD W. GROOMS . . Lugoff, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WILLIAM C. GRUBER . Goose Creek, S. C. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 



• THOMAS W. HAENE . . Charlotte, N. C. 
FORESTRY 

RICHARD A. HAGER . Hartsville, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

DENNIS W. HAIRE . . . Clemson, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

DEAN A. HALEDJIAN . . . Teaneck, N. J. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



• LARRY L. HALL Jackson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

THOMAS H. HALL .... Sarver, Pa. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

JOE L. HAMBRIGHT . . . Grover, N. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

LYDIA L. HAMILTON . . Greenville, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 



• PELHAM HANCOCK . . . Easley, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

GEORGE E. HAND . . . San Antonio, Texas 
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

WILLIAM A. HAND . . . Seneca, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

DONALD R. HANDY .... Aiken, S. C. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 



CLYDE W. HANES . . . Holly Hill, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

SIDNEY I. HANKINS . . Knoxville, Tenn. 
ARCHITECTURE 

GAIL L. HANNA . . . Effingham, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

RICHARD M. HANNA . . Lake City, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 



• DAVID M. HARDIN . . . Clemson, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

GREGORY L. HARDING Hackettstown, N. J. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

HASKELL D. HARDY . . . Laurens, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

THOS. A. HENRICKSON E. Northport, N. Y. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 







SENIORS 



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• HAYNE P HARPER . . . Clemson, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

SANDY S. HARPER . . . Clemson, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

RICHARD HARPOOTLIAN Charlotte, N. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

ROBERT H. HARRIS .... Atlanta, Ga. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



• BILLIE A. HARRY .... Shelby, N. C. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

ETHEL E. HART . . . Wedgefield, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

HENRY G. HART, JR. . Simpsonville, N. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

MARTHA E. HART . . . Clemson, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 



• SUZANNE E. HARTE . . . Beaufort, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

ROBERT M. HARTLEY . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

EDWARD W. HARTLING . . Islip, N. Y. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

AARON HARVEY . . . Charleston, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



• THOMAS F. HASH .... Easton, Md. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

JANE W. HASS . . . Charleston, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

MARK E. HASSLINGER . College Park, Md. 
ARCHITECTURE 

STEPHEN T. HASTY . . . Camden, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



RODGER F. HATCHELL . Effingham, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

DAVID N. HAUSEMAN . . . Decatur, III. 

ARCHITECTURE 

FRANK G. HAWKINS . . Greenville, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

MARGARET L. HAWKINS . Central, S. C. 
SCIENCE TEACHING 



• BARBARA J. HAYES . . . St. Paul, Minn. 

MATHEMATICS 

E. WILLIAM HEIKKILA, JR. . Clermont, Fla. 
PHYSICS 

DONALD R. HELLER . . Stroudsbury, Pa. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

JAMES A. HENDERSON . Kmgsport, Tenn. 
ARCHITECTURE 



SENIORS 



LEONARD T. HENDERSON . Newberry, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

RICHARD C. HENDERSON . Belton, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

THOS. R. HENDERSON . McCormick, S. C. 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 

ROBERT A. HENNING . Scotch Plains, N.J. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



PAUL P. HERBSTER .... Kearny, N.J. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

SAMUEL L. HERNDON . . Hartsville, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

DANIEL C. HERR .... Clemson, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

EDWIN F. HERRINGTON Waynesboro, Ga. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



• RICHARD L. HESTER . . Greenville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

ROBERT L. HEVERLY . . Walterboro, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

DONALD R. HILL . . . Greenville, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

JOHN S. HILL . . . Charleston, W. Va. 
CHEMISTRY 



• NANCY L. HILL .... Piedmont, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 



JAMES M. HILLS 



Clemson, S. C. 



JOAN M. HINDMAN . . . Taylors, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

BARBARA R. HINKLE . . . Central, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



• DALE O. HINKEL . . . Greenville, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

FREDERICK L. HISER . . . Belair, Md. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

GEORGE C. HIXON . . . Clemson, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

STEPHEN L. HIXSON . . . Hartsville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



PAUL F. HLUBB .... Baltimore, Md. 
ECONOMICS 

ALLEN H. HODGES . . . Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JOSEPH P. HODGES . . . Clemson, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

RONALD J. HOGG . . Greenville, S. C. 
TEXTILES 





SENIORS 



MICHAEL G. HOLDER . . Clemson, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

CHARLES H. HOLLADAY . Sumter, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

EDWARD J. HOLLAND . . . Islip, N. Y. 

MATHEMATICS 

WILLIAM F. HOLLE . . . LaGrange, Ga. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



• FRANK K. HOLMAN . . . Sumter, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

THOMAS D. HOLSTEIN . . Monetta, S. C. 
AGRONOMY 

MARY S. HOLTON . . . Columbia, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

ROBERT B. HOOKS . . . Winter Park, Fla. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



DANIEL C. HORNE . . Columbia, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

DANIEL HORTON . . . Ridgeland, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

BATES R. HOUCK . . . Cameron, S. C. 
AGRONOMY 

ROBERT W. HOUSEMAN . Greenville, S. C. 
TEXTILES 



• CHARLES R. HOWARD . Glens Falls, N. Y. 
GEOLOGY 

HARRY H. HOWARD . West Orange, N. J. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WILLIAM H. HOWARD . Greenville, S. C. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

HOWARD R. HOWES . . Stratford, Conn. 
ARCHITECTURE 



JULIUS C. HUBBARD . . Clemson, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

SALLEY F. HUBBARD . . . Clemson, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

JAMES D. HUFF .... Anderson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

RAYMOND T. HUFF . . Charleston, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 



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• LARRY B. HUGGINS . . Hemingway, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

WARDEN W. HUGHES . . Hartsville, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

WILLIAM M. HUGHES . . Marion, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

HELEN M. HUNNICUTT . Clemson, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



SENIORS 



DANIEL E. HUNT . . . Greenville, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

JOHN G. HUNT . . . Washington, N. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 

DAVID F. HUNTER . . . Wheaton, Md. 
ARCHITECTURE 

KAY S. HUNTER .... Manning, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



• HUGH E. HURLEY . . . Greenville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

ROBERT H. HURRAY . . . Anderson, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

DAVID R. HUTTO . . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

WILBURN L. HUTTO, JR. . Reevesville, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 



• GREGORY S. HYATT . . . Wayne, Pa. 

ARCHITECTURE 

TOY W. HYDER Inman, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

GARY S. INDYK .... W. Paterson, N. J. 
ARCHITECTURE 

EDWARD F. IRICK III . . . Columbia, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 



• WILLIAM R. IRICK . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

JOHN L. IRVIN, JR. . . . Fort Mill, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 



HAROLDS. ISEMAN, JR. . 
ECONOMICS 



Sumter, S. C. 



BEVERLY J. JACKSON . . Newberry, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



CHARLES R. JACKSON . . Aiken, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

EMMA J. JACKSON . . . Marion, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

GLEN J. JACKSON . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

JAMES R. JACKSON . . . Sumter, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 



• LARRY M. JACKSON . . . Sumter, S. C. 
CHEMISTRY 

ROBERT N. JACKSON . . . Sumter, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

RYAN T. JACKSON . . . Clemson, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

THOMAS L. JACOBS . . . Sumter, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 





SENIORS 



• WILLIAM P. JACOBS, JR. . Clinton, S. C. 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

JOHN D. JACQUES . . Ridgewood, N. J. 
ARCHITECTURE 

JOHN C. JAMES Sumter, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

LARRY C. JAMES . . . Columbia, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



• ELIZABETH D.JAMESON . . Easley, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

HENRY R. JAMESON . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
DAIRY SCIENCE 

PATSY A. JAMISON . . Myrtle Beach, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

ROBERT G. JAMISON . . . Conway, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 



• TEDDEE L. JANAS . . . Chihuahua, Mexico 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

SHARRON L. JANSEN . . Sumter, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

JOHN T. JEFFERS .... Florence, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

ALBERT E. JEFFORDS . . . Lake City, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• ALTON B. JEFFORDS . . 

AGRONOMY 



Lamar, S. C. 



ERNEST G.JEFFORDS . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

FRANCIS A. JEFFRIES, JR. . Sandale, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

ARTHUR C. JENKINS . . Fayetteville, N. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 



• ARTHUR W. JENKINS . . . Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

GUY A. JENKINS . . . Asheville, N. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

JAMES J. JENNINGS . Spartanburg, S. C. 
SCIENCE TEACHING 

JAMES J. JENSEN, JR. . . Livingston, N. J. 
FORESTRY 



JAMES A. JOHNS III . . . Timonium, Md. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

CHARLES R. JOHNSON . Haddonfield, N. J. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

DANIE A. JOHNSON . . Asheville, N. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

H. STEVEN JOHNSON . . . Greer, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 



SENIORS 



• JAMES L. JOHNSON Claymont, Del. 

BIOLOGY 

JOHN H. JOHNSON . . College Park, Ga. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

JOHN M. JOHNSON . . Clemson, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

LAVAL H. JOHNSON . . Clemson, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 



POPE D.JOHNSON .... Newberry, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

RICHARD A. JOHNSON . Lancaster, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

ALAN JOHNSTONE . . Orangeburg, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

ALBERT B. JOLLY . . . Greenville, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 



• ROBERT H. JOLLY .... Wmnsboro, S. C. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

CHAMP M. JONES . . . Clemson, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

CLYDE H. JONES . . . Batesburg, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

HOWARD M.JONES . . . Garnett, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



•JOSEPH C. JONES . . . Florence, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

JUDITH D. JONES . . . Anderson, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

KATHLEEN S. JONES . . . Greenville, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

MARTENZA L. JONES . . Columbia, S. C. 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



MICHAEL K. JONES .... Greer, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

MINNIE C. JONES .... Clover, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

RICHARD M. JONES . . . Greenville, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

RAY JONES Newberry, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 



• JOHN D. JORDAN .... Olanta, S. C. 

DAIRY SCIENCE 

WILLIAM H. KAHRS . N. Charleston, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

RICHARD H. KAPP . . . Greenville, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

SARA R. KARESH .... Burton, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 





SENIORS 

• WILLIAM B. KAURIC . . Columbia, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 

DAVID L. KAY .... Greenville, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

HAL M. KAYLOR . . . Conover, N. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

SIDNEY M. KEARSE . . . Clemson, S. C. 
MATHEMATICS 

• WASHINGTON R. KEELS . Pinewood, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

CRAWFORD M. KEESE . Westminster, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

WILLIAM H. KEETER .... Clemson, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JAMES M. KELLEY . . . Darlington, S. C. 
AGRONOMY 

•JOSEPH W. KELLY .... Greenville, S. C. 
SCIENCE TEACHING 

ROBERT G. KELLY .... Liberty, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

CHARLES D. KENNEDY . . Greenville, S. C. 

PHYSICS 

HAROLD M. KENNEDY . . Columbia, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

• MILNOR P. KESSLER . . . Greenville, S. C. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

BOBBY N. KEY Belton, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

RICHARD E. KILBY . . . Greenville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

HENRY B. KINARD . . . Greenwood, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

• JAMES I. KINARD Newberry, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

FRANCIS W. KING . . Georgetown, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

JACK H. KING . . . Wilmington, N. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

JO J. KING Piedmont, S. C. 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

• KENNETH V. KING .... Madison, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

OSCAR S. KING Easley, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

HORACE D. KINSEY . . Walterboro, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

ROBERT W. KIRBY .... Weston, Conn. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



SENIORS 



• WILLIAM H. KIRBY, JR. . . Greenvi 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



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KENNETH M. KIRKPATRICK Fort Lawn, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

WILLIAM O. KIRKPATRICK . Florence, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



THOMAS H. KLAHRE . 
TEXTILES 



Deal, N.J. 



• SUSAN E. KLINCK . . . Clemson, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

THOMAS S. KLUGH . . . Clemson, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

FRANKLIN N. KNIGHT . . Laurens, S. C. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

ROBERT A. KNOERR . . . Seneca, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



KATHRYN W. KNOY . . Bamberg, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

BARRY R. KORETZ . . . Brockton, Mass. 
ARCHITECTURE 

DAVID W. KORMANICKI . Ridley Park, Ga. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

STEVEN G. KUESTER . . . Evansville, Ind. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• LINDA R. KUISMA . . 
BIOLOGY 



Iselin, N. J. 



RALPH B. KUNZ .... Florence, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENINEERING 

RICHARD S. KUTZLEB . . Freehold, N. J. 

MATHEMATICS 

JOHN KWIST Clemson, S. C. 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 



• LINDA J. LADD . . . Williamston, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

GARY J. LADEN . . . Morristown, N. J. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

ROBERT L. LaFORGE . . . Greenv,lle, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

KENNETH W. LAKE . . . Hicksville, N. Y. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 



• ROBERT J. LAKE Hicksville, N. Y. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

RALPH D. LAMAR .... Easley, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

DAVID M. LANDERS .... Nutley, N. J. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

LARRY C. LANGLEY . . . Greenville, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 





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SENIORS 

• ROGER N. LANGLEY . . Johnsonville, S. C. 

POULTRY SCIENCE 

ALBERT F. LAREAU .... Sumter, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

JULIUS M. LaROCHE . . Gray Court, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

WILLIAM A. LASHLEY . . Columbia, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

• FREDERICK L. LATHAM . . Hanahan, S. C. 

SECONDARY EDUCATION 

DONALD M. LAW .... Aiken, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 

LESLIE M. LAWLOR . New Windsor, N. Y. 
ARCHITECTURE 

LARRY L. LA WSON . . High Point, N. C. 
SCIENCE TEACHING 

• TERRY M. LAWSON .... Belton, S. C. 

FORESTRY 

ALVIN A. LEACH .... Effingham, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

GUY B. LEARY .... N. Augusta, S. C. 
TEXTILES 

JOHN D. LEDFORD . . . Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

• DAVID L. LEE Sumter, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

HAN CHOON LEE .... Clemson, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

ROBERT P. LEE Dillon, S. C. 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

TERRELL T. LEEKE . . . Simpsonville, S. C. 
PRE-VETERINARY 

• CHARLES M. LeGRAND . Winnsboro, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

JAMES A. LEHMANN . N. Charleston, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

ROBERT C. LENHARDT . . Charleston, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

EDWIN O. LESLEY . . . Manning, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

• JACK 0- LEVER, JR. . . . Bethesda, Md. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

PAUL F. LEVINE .... Kensington, Md. 

ARCHITECTURE 

ALLAN W. LIBBY . Huntington Station, N.Y. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

GARY E. LIGI Astoria, N.Y. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 



SENIORS 



GARY A. LILLIS . . . Greenport, N. Y. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

DOUGLAS E. LIMBAUGH . . Easley, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

JAMES M. LINDSEY . . . Manning, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

ROBERT A. LINER .... Clemson, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



• GEORGE G. LINK Clinton, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

THOMAS D. LINK . . . Greenville, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

THOMAS P. LITTLE . . Culberson, N. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

JESSE B. LITTLEJOHN . Spartanburg, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• JAMES V. LIVINGSTON . . Clemson, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JAMES E. LOCKERY . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

FRANCES E. LOCKLAIR . Holly Hill, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

DENNIS H. LOCKWOOD . Teterboro, N. J. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



• SANFORD H. LOEF . . . Gainesville, Ga. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

JOSEPH W. LOGAN . . . Chester, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

JOHN F. LONG .... Newberry, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

LARRY B. LONG Greenville, S. C. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 



•KEITH S. LOVE .... Clemson, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

HAROLD W. LOWRANCE N.Chas., S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

BRUCE W. LOWRY . . . Eatontown, N. J. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

TALMADGE H. LUKER . . Hodges, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



• PERRY I. LUPO .... Greenville, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

DAVID C. LYNCH . . . Willingboro, N. J. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

ROBERT A. LYONS .... Marietta, Ga. 
ECONOMICS 

JEANETTE D. McALISTER . Anderson, S. C. 

SECONDARY EDUCATION 






SENIORS 



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• ANGELA C. McALLISTER . . Union, s.c. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

JACKSON E. McCANN, JR. Abbeville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JOHN F. McCARTY . . Ware Shoals, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

SAMUEL L. McCLESKEY III . Clemson, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 



WM. W. McCOLLOUGH Spartanburg, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

JOEL VV. McCOMBS . . . Greenville, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JOE W. McCOY Easley, S. C. 

SECONDARY EDUCATION 



JOHN H. McDANIEL . . 
FORESTRY 



Pickens, S. C. 



• GLENN D. McDOWELL . . Pendleton, S.C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

BONNIE C. McGEE . . . Anderson, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

CHARLES E. McGEE . . . Wheaton, Md. 
SCIENCE TEACHING 

WILLIAM P. McGUILAN . Abbeville, S. C. 
TEXTILES 



• DOUGLAS C. McKINNEY . Greenville, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

JEWELL P. McLAURIN . . . Dillon, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

JOHN F. McMAKIN .... Lyman, S. C. 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 

JAMES E. McMICHAEL . Connersville, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



• JOHN L. McMURRAY . . . Greer, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 



JOHN N. McNAIR 



Jackson, S. C. 



OLIN R. McNEELY .... Pickens, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

MARGARET L. MACAULEY Mt. Morns, N. Y. 
BIOLOGY 



JAS. D. MACKINTOSH III Burlington, N. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

GARY V. MAGARIAN . . . Orlando, Fla. 
ARCHITECTURE 

JOEL R. MAHAFFEY . . . LaGrange, Ga. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JAMES F. MANESS . . . Annandale, Va. 

RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 



SENIORS 



• BRENDA S. MANLEY .... Rock Hill, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

JOHN R. MANN . . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

GLENN M. MANNING . . Barnwell, S. C. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

GEORGE C. MANOS . . Pennsauken, N. J. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 



PATRICIA A. MANSFIELD . Columbia, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

SHERRY L. MARCHBANKS . Clemson, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

BRUCE W. MARSHALL . . Claymont, Del. 
BIOLOGY 

CHARLIE R. MARTIN . . Beaufort, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• JERRY B. MARTIN . . West Columbia, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

LINDA M. MARTIN . . . Clemson, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

WILLIE C. MARTIN . . . Clemson, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

NORMAN T. MASSEY . . . Greenville, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• LOUIS B. MATHIS, JR. . T.mmonsville, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

VICTORIA A. MATTIS . . Camden, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

JOHN T. MAULDIN . . . Greenville, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

DENNIS L. MAUNEY . . Greenwood, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



• BEN A. MAYNARD . . . Simpsonville, S. C. 
TEXTILES 

JAMES L. MAYS .... Allendale, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

RICHARD D. MEDLIN . . Williamston, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

EUGENE S. MELLARD . . Summerville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• HENRY L. MELLICHAMP Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

FRITZ I. MERKEL .... Cincinnati, Ohio 
ECONOMICS 

RICHARD L MERRICK . . Northfield, N. J. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

JAMES M. MERRILL . . Greenville, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 





SENIORS 



DAN E. MEYER Ramsey, N.J. 

BIOLOGY 

JOSEPH S. MICHALOWSKI . Sumter, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



WILBUR K. MILHOUS . . 
BIOLOGY 



Olar, S. C. 



BRENDA S. MILLER . . . Anderson, S. C. 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



GEORGE F. MILLER . . Greenville, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

JAMES A. MILLER . . . Clemson, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

JAMES D. MILLER . . . Walhalla, S. C. 
TEXTILES 

JAMES I. MILLER . . . Anderson, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



• JOHN E. MILLER .... Clemson, S. C. 
FORESTRY 

JOHN M. MILLER . . . Greenville, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 

LARRY M. MILLER . . . Johnsonville, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

RICHARD C. MILLER . . Greenville, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 



• THELBERT J. MILLIGAN, JR. . Loris, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 

JOHNNIE F. MILTON . . . Lake City, Fla. 
BIOLOGY 

JOHN P. MINCEY . . . Winnsboro, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

THOMAS A. MING . . . Eatontown, N. J. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



ANTHONY J. MIRABELLI . Bellport, N. Y. 
SCIENCE TEACHING 

STAFFORD M. MISHOE . . . Loris, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

ANN S. MITCHELL .... Easley, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 



ROBERT H. MITCHELL . 
HISTORY 



Clemson, S. C. 



• DANNY R. MIXON . . . Clemson, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

JAMES R. MOBLEY . . . Clemson, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

RICHARD W. MOLTEN, JR. Clemson, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

CARTER E. MONTGOMERY Pendleton, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 



SENIORS 



RONALD MONTGOMERY Myrtle Bch., S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

DENNIS D. MOORE . . . Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

GARY T.MOORE Sumter, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 

HARRY G. MOORE, JR. Chattanooga, Tenn. 
ECONOMICS 



VERNON W. MOORE, JR. . Andrews, S. C. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

JOHN W. MORGAN III . Clemson, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

GEORGE MORRELL . . . Matawan, N.J. 
HORTICULTURE 

ANNE C. MORRIS . . . Columbia, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 



• PAUL A. MORRIS .... Oneida, N. Y. 

ARCHITECTURE 

JAMES H. MOSELEY . . . Clemson, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

CATHY L. MOSS .... Blacksburg, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

THOMAS C. MOSS . . . Cameron, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 



• MATTHEW M. MOSSMAN Cincinnati, Ohio 
ARCHITECTURE 

EUGENE F. MOYER, JR. . Spartanburg, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

PAUL J. MUCCINO .... Seneca, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

ROGER W. MUDD . . Bennettsville, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 



• JANICE M. MULL . . . Marietta, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

ROGER L. MULL Easley, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 

JOHN MULLEN III ... . Sumter, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

WADE C. MULLINNIX . . . Pickens, S. C. 
TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 



JOHN A. MULLIS . . . Greenville, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

CHARLES M. MURPHREE . . Easley, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

JOE H. MURRAY, JR. . . Harleyville, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

DAVID M. MYERS .... Clemson, S. C. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 





SENIORS 



•JAMES H. MYERS, JR. . Westminster, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

PAUL C. MYERS .... Winter Haven, Fla. 
BIOLOGY 

DANETTE E. NEEDHAM . . . Clemson, S. C. 
NURSING 

RICHARD S. NEEDHAM . . Milford, Conn. 
ENTOMOLOGY 



• PETER E. NELSON .... Medfield, Mass. 
ECONOMICS 

MICHAEL D. NEWMAN . . Inman, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

DONALD A. NEWTON . . Townville, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

NATHAN S. NEWTON . . Clemson, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 



• JUDITH A. NICKS .... Decatur, Ga. 

MATHEMATICS 

KATHRYN M. NIXON . . Clemson, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

JOHN C. NORTON . . Ocean Drive, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

JUDITH A. NORVILLE . . . Grover, N. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 



• MARY W. NUCKOLS . . Clemson, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

WILBUR J. NUNES . . Greenville, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

LARRY W. OATES York, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

RICHARD L. OBORN . . Faribault, Minn. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



• WILLIAM T. OOONNOR Pisgah For., N. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

DARYLE D. OGBURN . . . Charlotte, N. C. 
ENGINEERING 

TOMMIE M. OGLESBY . . Clemson, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

WILLIAM H. OGLESBY N. Charleston, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 



• ROBERT D. OGLETREE . . . Cayce, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

LESTER R. OLIVER . . . Hartsville, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 

BRADLEY J. O'NEAL . . . Fairfax, S. C. 
AGRONOMY 

BARRY L. ORNITZ .... Seneca, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



SENIORS 



WAYNE R. OSEF .... Rahway, N.J. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

MARY A. OSTEEN . . . Anderson, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

RONALD I. OUZTS . . . Callison, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

CHARLES H. OWENS . . Pendleton, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 



• COLEMAN OWENS, JR. . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

HORACE PADGETT, JR. Spartanburg, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

BRYAN C. PAGE Dillon, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

JEFFREY T. PALMER . . Winter Park, Fla. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



• WILLIAM R. PALMER . . Gaffney, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

AUBREY W. PARKER .... Dillon, S. C. 
SCIENCE TEACHING 

LARRY V. PARKER . . . Pendleton, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

LINDA M. PARKER Cades, S. C. 

FOOD SCIENCE 



• C. AUBREY PARKS III . . . Charlotte, N. C. 
ECONOMICS 

CHARLES W. PATE . . . Charleston, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

CHARLTON PATTERSON Spartanburg, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

JAMES O. PATTERSON . Spartanburg, S. C. 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 



JOHN A. PATTERSON . . . Easley, S. C. 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 

MICHAEL D. PATTERSON . Clemson, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

SAMUEL J. PATTERSON . . Tell City, Ind. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

WILLIAM G. PEARCE . . Charleston, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 



LUCAS R. PEELE, JR. . . Bishopville, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

HARVEY S. PEELER, JR. . . Gaffney, S. C. 

DAIRY SCIENCE 

JAMES B. PEEPLES . . . Barnwell, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

KENNETH A. PENLAND . . Greenville, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 





SENIORS 



MARY E. PENNINGTON . . . Starr, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

STANLEY V. PEREZ . Santo Domingo, D. R. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

WILLIAM J. PETERS . . . Clemson, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

KENNETH G. PETRUSKY . . Rahway, N.J. 
GEOLOGY 



• MICHAEL R. PHILLIPS . . Charleston, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

RANDALL C. PHILLIPS . . Clemson, S. C. 
MATHEMATICS 

TERRY W. PHILLIPS . . . Gaffney, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

LARRY P. PHILPOTT . . . Walhalla, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



• RICHARD J. PILO . . . Bellport, N. Y. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

GEORGE D. PITNER . . . Florence, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

ELIZABETH PITTS .... Clemson, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

VINROE S. PLAYER .... Sumter, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 



• WARREN T. PLAYER . . . Sumter, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

WILLIAM N. POE, JR. . . Greenville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JAMES W. POLATTY . . Ninety Six, S. C. 
AGRONOMY 

JAMES P. POLING . . . Winter Park, Fla. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• BOBBY J. POOLE . . N. Charleston, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

THOMAS E. POPE .... Pittsburgh, Pa. 
ARCHITECTURE 

RUSSELL E. PORGES . Highland Park, N.J. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

CLESS F. PORTER .... Pickens, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



•DAVID G. PORTER . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

RUSSELL A. POSTON . . . Hanahan, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

GEELA B. POTEAT . . . Columbia, S. C. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

HAROLD B. POWELL, JR. . Eglin AFB, Fla. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



SENIORS 



HAROLD B. POWELL, JR. . Eglin AFB, Fla. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

TIMOTHY H. POWELL . . Garrett Park, Md. 
ARCHITECTURE 

CHURCH C. POWERS . Bennettsville, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

JAMES L. PRATHER . . . Lexington, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 



• WILLIAM W. PRESSON . . . Monroe, N. C. 
CERAMIC ENGINEERING 

RICKY V. PRIDDY . . Winston-Salem, N. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

DEBORAH W. PRIDEMORE . Clemson, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

ROBERT M. PRIDEMORE . Hickory Gr.,S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



• CHARLES G. PRINGLE . . . Sumter, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

JEFFREY C. PRINGLE . . Edgewater, Md. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

VANDERBILT C. PUNDT . . Chester, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

JOHNNY H. PURSER . . Clemson, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• EDWARD S. PUSEY . . . Greenville, S. C. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

DIANNE D. RAILTON . . Columbia, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

ARNOLD J. RAMSEY . . . Pauline, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

GEORGE D. RANKIN .... Clemson, S. C. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 



• CHRISTOPHER K. RASH . Clemson, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

CHARLES H. RATTERREE Spartanburg, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

DANNY A. RAWL . . . Woodbine, Ga. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

GEORGE D. RAY .... Clemson, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



LAWRENCE K. RAY . . . Walhalla, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 

ROLAND L. RAYBURN . . Richmond, Va. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

HUGH E. REDICK . . . Bishopville, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

EDWARD C. REED . . . Charlotte, N. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 




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SENIORS 



HARRY M. REED North, S. C. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

WAYNE M. REED . . . Columbia, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 

WILLIAM M. REESE . . . Columbia, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

DAVID M. REUTER .... Charleston, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 



• WILLIAM B. RHODES III . Charleston, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

WILLIAM E. RHYMER . . Winnsboro, S. C. 
TEXTILES 

JONATHAN C. RICE . . Ware Shoals, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

ROBERT B. RICHARDS . Spartanburg, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



• DONNY W. RICHARDSON . Conway, S. C. 
SCIENCE TEACHING 

VIRGINIA D. RICHBOURG . Florence, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

JOHN C. RICKARD . . . Clemson, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

CHERYL R. RIDDLE . . . Anderson, S. C. 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



• ROBERT S. RIDDLE . . . Gastonia, N. C. 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 

CHARLIE S. RIGBY . . . Greenville, S. C. 
CHEMISTRY 

ERNEST RINEHART, JR. . Greenwood, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

JACOB S. RISER .... Bowman, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 



• MORRIS R. RITCH III . . Charlotte, N. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

CHARLES E. RIVERS . . . Thomson, Ga. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

JOHN E. ROBERTS III . . . Chester, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

JAMES V. ROBERTSON . . Fairburn, Ga. 
PRE-MEDICINE 



• ROBERT H. ROBEY . . . Bethesda, Md. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

HARRIET V. ROBINS . . Jacksonville, Fla. 

MATHEMATICS 

CONNIE J. ROBINSON . . Anderson, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

WILLIAM E. ROBINSON . . Gaffney, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 



SENIORS 



• DONALD E. ROCHESTER . . Seneca, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

JEFFREY C. ROCKWELL . Orangeburg, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

CHARLES L. ROEDIGER . W.-Salem, N. C. 

RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

BARBARA L. ROGERS . . . Central, S. C. 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



• DAN M. ROGERS . . . Greenville, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

GEORGE M. ROGERS . Orangeburg, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JACOB R. ROGERS .... Dillon, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

PHILLIP D. ROGERS . . . Easley, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 



• LINDA F. ROMINGER . . . Sumter, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

RONALD W. ROOF .... Lexington, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

DEL A. ROSEBROCK . N. Charleston, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

GLENN H. ROSS .... Taylors, S. C. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 



• JOHN N. ROSS . . . Washington, D. C. 
SCIENCE TEACHING 

THOMAS F. ROWAND .... Oaklyn, N.J. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

JEFF W. ROWELL, JR. . . . Easley, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

JAMES RUSSELL III . . Schenectady, N. Y. 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 



• CHARLES R. RUTLAND . Orangeburg, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

RICHARD RYDAROWSK! . E. Meadow, N. Y. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

DAVID L. SADOWSKI . . Clemson, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

DONNA F. SAMMONS . Greenville, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



• DARRYL P. SANDERS . . Statesboro, Ga. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

GUY S. SANDERS III . . Bamberg, S. C. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

JAMES R. SANDERS .... Gaffney, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WILLIAM D. SAVERANCE . Annandale, Va. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 





SENIORS 



• THOMAS W. SAWYER . . . Monetta, S. C. 
AGRONOMY 

JAMES W. SCARBOROUGH . Sumter, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WILLIAM B. SCHERLER . . Greenville, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

ERNEST A. SCHICHLER . . Columbia, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 



•DALE R. SCHIELKE .... Titusville, N. J. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

KENNETH W. SCHMIDT . . Baldwin, Md. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

RAYMOND SCHNEIDER III Pennsauken, N.J. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

RICHARD H. SCHROEDER Hightstown, N. J. 
ARCHITECTURE 



JOHN D. SCOTT .... Concord, N. C. 

RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

THOMAS D. SCOTT . . . Charleston, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

S. BRUCE SEAWRIGHT . Greenville, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

EULALIE Y. SEEL .... Rahway, N.J. 

MATHEMATICS 



• ROBERT M. SEGARS . . . Darlington, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

WILLIAM M. SELF . . . Greenwood, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

ATHANASIOS SEMBOS . . Clemson, S. C. 

PHYSICS 

GARLAND D. SENTELL . . . Clemson, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 



• JOHN E. SETTLE .... Hopkins, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

PIERRE L. SEVENO . . . Clemson, S. C. 
TEXTILES 

CHAS. L. SHACKELFORD . Bethlehem, Pa. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

DON C. SHARP .... Allendale, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 



• ROBERT C. SHARPTON . . Clemson, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

DONALD T. SHEALY .... Seneca, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

WILLIAM D. SHELLEY . . . Latta, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

THEODORE P. SHERTZER . Baltimore, Md. 

MATHEMATICS 



SENIORS 



• JOHN P. SHIELDS . . . Neptune, N.J. 
BIOLOGY 

HEYWOOD O. SHIRER . . Sumter, S. C. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

SHARON F.SHIRLEY . . . Anderson, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

M. DUANE SHULER . . Kingstree, S. C. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 



THOMAS S. SHULL, JR. . . Annapolis, Md. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

ANDREW G. SIDRONY . . Oranbury, N. J. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

EVERETT SIEDSCHLAG, JR. W. Cola., S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

KENNETH B. SIMMONS, JR. Columbia, S. C. 
ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE 



• RICHARD D. SIMMONS . . Seneca, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

MARK A. SIMS .... Greenville, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

FRANK J. SINGLETARY . . . Coward, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

GLEN E. SINGLETARY . . . Miami, Fla. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



• GILES F. SINGLETON . . . Pickens, S. C. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

WALTER F. SKILTON . . . Clemson, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

DONALD A. SLATE .... Atlanta, Ga. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

T. MARION SLATON .... Tignall, Ga. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• WILLIAM H. SLOAN . . . Charleston, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

ROBERT L. SMALSER . . Englishtown, N. J. 
BIOLOGY 

ROBERT T. SMATHERS . . Greenville, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

ALLEN D. SMITH . . . Greenville, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



• EUGENE A. SMITH . . . St. George, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

GERALD W. SMITH . . . Madison, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

HENRY J. SMITH .... Saluda, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

JACKIE W. SMITH .... Norcross, Ga. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 





SENIORS 



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JAMES H. SMITH Belton, S. C. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

KIRBY H. SMITH . . Orangeburg, S. C. 

PRE-MEDICINE 

RAOUL L. SMITH . . . Walterboro, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

RONNIE D. SMITH . . . Piedmont, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



• SALLY A. SMITH Rome, Ga. 

SECONDARY EDUCATION 

THOMAS C. SMITH .... Atlanta, Ga. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

THOMAS M. SMITH . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

CHARLES K. SMOAK . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



• VINCE C. SMORAL .... Danville, Va. 

MATHEMATICS 

FREDERICK J. SNELL . Tarpon Springs, Fla. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

DORIS A. SNOW . . . Simpsonville, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

ROWENA G. SOBCZYK . . Clemson, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 



• JOHN I. SOUTHERLAND Greenwood, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

SAMUEL R. SPANN . . Myrtle Beach, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

RICHARD L. SPARKS . Cave Springs, Ga. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

FRANK W. SPENCER . . Clemson, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 



• THEODORE J. SPETNAGEL Kingsport, Tenn. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

JANET M. STAEDELI . . . Clemson, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

DONALD T. STEGALL . . Anderson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

RONALD K. STEPHENS . Spartanburg, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 



RICHARD M. STEPP . . . Greenville, S. C. 
AGRONOMY 

ARDEN W. STEWART . Orangeburg, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

DWIGHT L. STEWART, JR. . Florence, S. C. 
FORESTRY 

MICHAEL T. STEWART . . Lake City, Fla. 
MATHEMATICS 



SENIORS 



• TESSA L. STEWART . . . Greenville, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

JAMES L. STOKES . . . Johnston, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

BRICE M. STONE .... Clemson, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

LOUIS E. STOREN . . . Charleston, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• FRANK R. STREET . . . Greenwood, S. C. 
GEOLOGY 

BENNIE S. STRICKLAND . Anderson, S. C. 
NURSING 

WILLIAM L. STRONG . . Clemson, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

JACK A. STROUD . . Spartanburg, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 



• WILLIAM R. STUART . . . Clemson, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

WILLIAM G. STURGIS . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

THOMAS S. SUIT . . . Anderson, S. C. 
FORESTRY 

DANNY R. SUTHERLAND Greenwood, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 



• VIRGIL G. SVENDSEN . . Charleston, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

MICHAEL L. SWEENEY . . . Clemson, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

JAMES R. SWINDELL . . Newberry, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

THOMAS W. TALBERT . . Columbia, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 



JOHN B. TAMSBERG . . Charleston, S. C. 
FORESTRY 

GEORGE D. TAWES . . . Crisfield, Md. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

LARRY C. TAYLOR . . . Johnsonville, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

ROBERT A. TEDCASTLE . . . Lantana, Fla. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• ROBERT S. TEMPLETON . . . Suitland, Md. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

MARK H. TENNANT . . N. Augusta, S. C. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

CHARLES H.TENNENT . Spartanburg, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

DONALD K.TERRY .... Ridgewood, N. J. 
ARCHITECTURE 




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• DALE L. THEILING . . . Charleston, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

LAWRENCE D. THOMA . Pequannock, N. J. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



WILLIAM R. THOMAS . 
FORESTRY 



Carlisle, S. C. 



JAMESINE E. THOMPSON . Hartsville, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 



• MARION C. THOMPSON . Manning, S. C. 
MATHEMATICS 

WILLIAM E. THOMPSON . N. Augusta, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

WILLIAM W. THOMPSON . . Dover, Del. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

WILLIAM R. THOMSON Honea Path, S. C. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 



DAVID A. THOMY .... Sumter, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

MICHAEL D. THORNE . . Jackson, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

ROBT. R. THORNTON . Glenn Sprgs., S. C. 
SCIENCE TEACHING 

HARRY D. TIBBS . . . Great Falls, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



• KATHERINE E. TILLMAN . Clemson, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

WILLIAM G. TILLMAN . . Clemson, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

JERRY R. TIMMONS . Travelers Rest, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

CHARLES R. TOLLEY . . Hot Springs, N. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



• JOHN P. TORNSTROM . . Neshamc, N. J. 
AGRONOMY 

EDWARD C. TOWNSEND . Cambridge, Md. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

RONALD P. TOWNSEND . Anderson, S. C. 
AGRICULTURE ECONOMICS 

JOHN D. TRAYNHAM . Ware Shoals, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 



LARRY E. TRIPLETT .... Cordova, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 

SALLY G. TRIPP . . . Greenville, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

JAMES W. TUCKER, JR. . . Easley, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

JOHN W. TUCKER . . Charleston, S. C. 
FORESTRY 



SENIORS 



JOHN P. TURNER . . . Columbia, S. C. 
CHEMISTRY 

CAROLE N. TYSON . . Pendleton, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

RONALD R. UNDERHILL . . Sarasota, Fla. 

PRE-MEDICINE 

LESLIE G. VAUGHAN . . . Seneca, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 



• JOE H. VENABLE, JR. . . . Easley, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

PETER R. VERDEE . . . Neptune City, N.J. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

WILLIAM E. VERROSS . . Hinesville, Ga. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

ARTHUR VON ROEMER . Colchester, Conn. 
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 



RAY L. VROOME . Upper Saddle River, N. J. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

DOUGLAS E. WADDELL . Woodruff, S. C. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

WILLIAM R. WALDEN . . . Moore, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

JACK O. WALKER . . . Columbia, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 



WALTER V. WALL, JR. . . Edgefield, S. C. 
FORESTRY 

ALAN C. WALTER, JR. . San Diego, Calif. 
CHEMISTRY 

JACK L. WALTERS . . . Columbia, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

WILLIAM S. WARE, JR. . . Varnville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• WILLIAM M. WARLICK . . Columbia, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

ANGUS H. WARREN . . Charleston, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

EMILY B. WARREN . . . Mauldm, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

CHARLES T. WATERS . . N. Augusta, S. C. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 



EDWARD M. WATERS Fuquay-Vanna, N. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JERRY C. WATERS .... Greer, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

MARY F. WATKINS . . Greenwood, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

KATHY C. WATKINS . . Ware Shoals, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 





SENIORS 






WILLIAM I.WATSON . . Woodleaf, N. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

LONNIE D. WATT . . . Anderson, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

DOUGLAS G. WATTERS . . Sebring, Fla. 

PRE-MEDICINE 

ERNEST W. WEAVER, JR. . Anderson, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



• KATHRYN B. WEAVER . . Anderson, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

NELSON T. WEAVER . . Greenville, S. C. 
TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

WILLIAM D.WEBB .... Columbia, S. C. 
SCIENCE TEACHING 

WILLIAM C. WEBSTER . . Greenville, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• TOM T. WEINBRENNER . Stockton, Calif. 

ARCHITECTURE 

JAMES L. WELLS . . . Greenwood, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

THOMAS S. WELSH . . . Bishopville, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

RALPH E. WEMPE .... Sumter, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



CHARLES M. WERNER, JR. Trav. Rest, S. C. 

SCIENCE TEACHING 

E. MARSHALL WEST . . . Marion, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

JOHN E. WHARTON . . . Laurens, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

KEITH W. WHATLEY . . Greenwood, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



• GEORGE D. WHEELER . . Saluda, S. C. 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

DAVID M. WHETSELL . . Charleston, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

KILLOUGH H. WHITE III . Clemson, S. C. 
ARCHITECTURE 

STEPHEN H. WHITE . . . Seneca, S. C. 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



ROBERT K. WHITNEY . . . Clemson, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

DAVID L. WICKER . . . Pomaria, S. C. 
POULTRY SCIENCE 

DENNIS M. WIECHNIK . . Trenton, N.J. 
ARCHITECTURE 

WILLIAM D. WILBURN . Greenwood, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 



SENIORS 



WILLIAM H. WILEY II . Moncks Corner, S. C. 
FORESTRY 

HAROLD S. WILKINSON . Charlotte, N. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 

JAY S. WILLER Central, S. C. 

ECONOMICS 

ANN L. WILLIAMS .... Hodges, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 



• DAVID F. WILLIAMS . . Greenville, S. C. 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

JAMES N. WILLIAMS . . Anderson, S. C. 

TEXTILES 

PAMELA D. WILLIAMS . . Anderson, S. C. 
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

WALTER L. WILLIAMS . . Greenville, S. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



• DARRA D. WILLIAMSON 
BIOLOGY 



Loris, S. C. 



JAMES F. WILLIAMSON . Columbia, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

PERRY D. WILLIS . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

DONALD C. WILSON . . Greenville, S. C. 
PHYSICS 



DOUGLAS C. WILSON . . . LaPlata, Md. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

PEGGY L. WILSON . . . Clemson, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

RAY L. WILSON, JR. . . . Dillon, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

ROBERT R. WILSON . . . Clemson, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• MICHAEL S. WINBURN . . . Patrick, S. C. 
ECONOMICS 

MICHAEL B. WINGO . . . Inman, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

WILLIAM R. WISE III . . Abbeville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

RICKY A. WISHER . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 



• JAMES H. WITHERSPOON Greenville, S. C. 
METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING 

LEONARD E. WITT . . . Baton Rouge, La. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

JUDITH C. WOLPER . . Summerville, S. C. 
BIOLOGY 

STEPHEN L. WOOD . . . Woodruff, S. C. 
GEOLOGY 





SENIORS 



MILDRED A. WOODHAM . Hartsville, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

AUBURN WOODS 111 . . . Hartsville, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

GROVER L. WOODS, JR. . . Pelzer, S. C. 

MATHEMATICS 

ALICIA T. WOODSIDE . . Columbia, S. C. 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 



MICHAEL C. WORKMAN . Woodruff, S. C. 
ANIMAL SCIENCE 

GEO. F. WORSHAM, JR. . Charleston, S. C. 
PRE-MEDICINE 

DIANE S. WRIGHT . . . Clemson, S. C. 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

JAMES G. WRIGHT, JR. . Coral Gables, Fla. 
ECONOMICS 



• CRAIG C. WRIGLEY . . . Columbia, S. C. 

ARCHITECTURE 

LARRY W. WYATT . . . Seneca, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

JAMES R. YATES .... Anderson, S. C. 

RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

CHARLES R. YEARGIN . . Greenville, S. C. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING 



CHARLES C. YONGUE . . Columbia, S. C. 
FOOD SCIENCE 

DARRELL M. YOUNG . Timmonsville, S. C. 
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JAMES C. YOUNG . N. Charleston, S. C. 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 

M. CLAUDIA YOUNG . . . Clemson, S. C. 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



• VIVIAN E. YOUNG . . . Sumter, S. C. 
ARTS AND SCIENCES 

CECIL G. YOUNGBLOOD Hardeeville, S. C. 

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT 

JAMES R. YOUNGBLOOD . Charlotte, N. C. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

RICHARD D. YOUTZ . . . Lebanon, Pa. 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



• GEORGE D. ZATEZALO . . Aliquippa, Pa. 
RECREATION AND PARK ADMINISTRATION 

JOHN R. ZEPF . . . New Milford, Conn. 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

SAM ZEPPERELL .... Clemson, S. C. 
ZOOLOGY 

ED ZEPPERMAN .... Columbia, S. C. 
HORTICULTURE 




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JOHN R. ABEL (3] Wayne. Pa. 

STONEY A. ABERCROMBIE (2) Six Mile. S. C. 

RICHARD W. ABRAHAMS (3) Great Neck, N. Y. 
JAMES W. ABRAMS (2) .... Seneca, S. C. 
JEAN M. ABRAMS (I) .... Joanna, S. C. 

RONALD S. ABRAMS (3) . . Whitmire, S. C. 
JAMES B. ABSHIRE (I) . . Greeneville. Tenn. 
SALVATORE P. ACCOMANDA (2) Inwood.N.Y. 

SIDNEY F. ACKER (2) Easley, S. C. 

KATHERINE D. ACKERSON (I) . W. Shoals, S. C. 
BRAINARD L. ACKLEY (3) . . Salisbury, Md. 



JAMES P. AQUAVIVA (3) . 


Rockaway, N.J. 


JEFFREY W. ADAMO (3) . 


. . Baltimore, Md. 


DILLARD D. ADAMS (1) . 


. . Elberton, Ga. 


JESSE ADAMS (1) . . . . 


McColl. S. C. 


JOHNNY A. ADAMS (3) . 


. . Saluda. S. C. 


LEIF M. ADAMS (1) . . . 


. Hartsville, S. C. 


ROBERT B. ADAMS (3) . . 


Kensington, Md. 


ROBERT R. ADAMS (1) . . 


. . Clinton, Md. 


TONY A. ADAMS (2) . . . 




WILLIAM N. ASAMS (1) . 


Baltimore, Md. 


WILLIAM T. ADAMS (1) . 


Columbia. S. C. 


RANDAL J. ADDISON (2) . 


Anderson. S. C. 


WILLIAM F. ADDISON (1) 


. . . Fairfax, Ala. 


GLENN R. ADDY (1) . . 1 


.ittle Mountain, S. C. 


LINDSEY W. ADDY (1) . . 


Lexington, S. C. 


ROBERT A. ADLER (2) . . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


MICHAEL W. AGEE (2] . 


. . . Aiken, S. C. 


DOUGLAS D. AGNEW (2) . 


. Charlotte. N. C. 


JAMES D. AGNEW (1) . . 


. . Gaffney.S. C. 


WM. G. AGNEW (3) . Loo 


kout Mountain, Tenn. 


JAMES H. AICHELE (1) . 


Charleston, S. C. 


ROBERT W. AINES (3) . . 


. Springfield, Va. 


JOSEPH E. AITON (2) . . 


. Ninety Six, S. C. 


CARA D. ACKERLY (2) . . 


Memphis, Tenn. 


JOANIE M. ALBENESIUS (1) 


. Charleston, S. C. 


E. JOYCE ALBRECHT (3) . 


Isle of Palms. S. C. 


BUDDY ALBRIGHT (2) . . 


. . Rock Hill, S. C. 


CLAY S. ALDEHOL (1) . . 


Greenville. S. C. 


EDWARD ALDEN (2) . . . 


Hopedale, Mass. 


BARBARA J. ALEXANDER (1 


I . Greenville, S. C. 


CAROLINE B. ALEXANDER 


(2) . Easley. S. C. 


JOYCE E. ALEXANDER (2) 


. . Anderson. S. C. 


PATRICIA C. ALEXANDER (1 


) . Rock Hill, S. C. 


RONNIE C. ALEXANDER (3) 


. Greenville, S. C. 


RUTH G. ALEXANDER (2) 


. . Whitmire. S. C. 


STEPHEN D. ALEXANDER (2 


1 . . . Iva.S. C. 


WM. A. ALEXANDER (1) 


Simpsonville, S. C. 


JAMES B. ALL (2) . . . . 


Allendale. S. C. 


JONES H. C. ALL (2) . . 


. . Allendale, S. C. 


CHARLES D. ALLEN (3) . 


, Bennettsville, S. C. 


COLLIN D. ALLEN (1) . . 


. . Rock Hill, S. C. 


ELDON E. ALLEN (3) 


. . . Aynor. S. C. 


JOHN R. ALLEN (3) . . 


Kingstree. S. C. 


LINDA J. ALLEN (1) . . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


ROBERT K. ALLEN (1) . . 


. . Canton, N. C. 


SUSAN C. ALLEN (1) . . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


SAMUEL D. ALLEY (2) 




WM. E. ALLISON (2) . . 


St. Petersburg, Fla. 



CALVERT C. ALPERT (3) . 


. . Sumter, S. C. 


WILLIAM B. ALSTON (2) 


. . Bristol. Term. 


STEPHEN L. ALTMAN (3) . 


. Lake City, S. C. 


WILLIAM F. ALTMAN (2) 


. Florence. S. C. 


PEGGY R. ALVERSON (3) . 


Clemson, S. C. 


WILLIAM G. ALVERSON (2) 


Clemson, S. C. 


WILLIAM A. ALWOOD (2) 


. Clemson. S. C. 


JOHN M. ALEXANDER (3) 


. . CentralS. C. 


MICHAEL C. AMASON (1) . 


. Columbia, S.C. 


DAVID R. AMICK (2) . . 


Prosperity, S. C. 


THOMAS C. ANDERS (1) . 


. Cleveland, S. C. 


BENJAMIN W. ANDERSON ( 1 


. Edgefield, S. C. 


BOBBY R. ANDERSON (2) . 


. Manning, S. C. 


ELLEN D. ANDERSON (2) . 


. Rock Hill, S. C. 


GEORGE W. ANDERSON (3) 


. Gastonia, N. C. 


JACK E. ANDERSON (3) . 


Travelers Rest, S. C. 


JOSEPH F. ANDERSON (2) 


. Edgefield, S. C. 


LARRY J. ANDERSON (1) . 


. . Pickens. S. C. 


MICHAEL S. ANDERSON (1 


. Piedmont, S. C. 


ROBERT L ANDERSON (2) 


Taylors, S. C. 


SHARON L. ANDERSON (2) 


Lexington. S. C. 


STEPHEN R. ANDERSON (1) 


. Allendale, S. C. 


1 TONY D. ANDERSON (1) . 


Travelers Rest, S. C. 


DAVID M. ANDREWS (2) . 


Timmonsville. S. C. 


CHARLES H. ANDREWS (3) 


. . Sumter. S. C. 


DAVID E. ANGEL (1) . . 


. Rock Hill, S. C. 


CARLOS S. ANGUIZOLA (1) 


. Panama, Panama 


THOMAS A. ANGYRIS (2) 


. Springfield, N.J. 


E. C. ANNAS (2) . . . . 


Hickory, N. C. 


GEORGE B. ANTONAKOS (2) . Baltimore, Md. 


ROBERT R. APPLEBAUM (2) 


. . Brooklyn, N. Y. 


PAUL E. APPLEBY (1) . . 


. Silver Lake, Ohio 


ROBERT D. ARCHER (1) . 


Summerville. S. C. 


ROBERT D. ARCHIBALD (1 ] 


. Clarence, N. Y. 


WILLIAM A. ARCHIE (2| 


Greenwood, S. C. 


WILBUR C. ARDIS (2) 


. Manning. S. C. 


ROBERT W. ARMFIELD (2) . 


Newport News. Va. 


DOUG P. ARNISTEAD (3) . 


. . Decatur, Ga. 


VENA K. ARNT (2) . . . 


Pottstown, Pa. 


JAMES N. ASHE ( 1 ) 


Lockhart, S. C. 


KENNETH K. ASHLEY (3) 


. Williamston. S. C. 


RITA S. ASHLEY (2) . . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


JOHN P. ASHTON (1 ) . . 


. . Millville, N.J. 


LAURA V. ASHTON (2) . 


. Millville, N.J. 


ROBERT D. ASHWORTH (2) 


. Early Branch, S.C. 


JAMES G. ASWELL (1) . 


. . . Union, N.J. 


HARLEY L. ATKINS (2) . 


Isle of Palms, S. C. 


JAMES A. ATKINS (1) . . 


. . . Dillon, S.C. 


ALEXANDER N. ATKINSON 


(2) Yonges Is., S. C. 


GERALD E. ATKINSON (1) 


. . Central, S. C. 


JOSEPH R. ATKINSON (2) 


. . Sumter, S.C. 


JOHN D. ATTAWAY (2) . 


Anderson, S. C. 


MICHAEL D. AUSHERMAN 


( 1 ] . . York. Pa. 


WILLIAM P. AUSTELL (2) 


Taylors, S. C. 


JOE A. AUSTIN (1) . . . 


Greenville. S. C 


ROBERT A. AUSTIN (3) . 


. . . Fairfax, Va 


ANDREW S. AVANT (2) . 


. . Hampton, S.C 


THOMAS W. AVANT (1) . 


Charleston. S. C 


HENRY E. AVENT (1) . . 


. Bennettsville, S. C 


ROBERT H. BACON (1) . 


Cockeysville, Md 




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LEO J. BADONSKY (1) . 


. . . Aiken S. C. 


RICHARD H. BAGBY, JR. ( 


) . Richmond. Va. 


EARLE R. BAGNAL (2) . 


Sumter, S. C. 


HENRY T. BAGNAL (3) . 


. . Sumter, S. C. 


JOSEPH G. BAGWELL (3) . 


. . . Greer, S. C. 


JULIA M. BAILES (3) . . 


Greenwood, S. C. 


TRIS A. BAILEY (1) . . 


Greenwood, S. C. 


JEFF C. BAILEY (2) . . 


. New York, N. Y. 


JOHN S. BAILEY (2) . . 


. Greenville, S. C 


RICHARD W. BAILEY (2) 


. Greenville, S.C 


SUSAN G. BAILEY (3) . . 


. . Clemson, S. C 


WILLIAM L. BAILEY (3) 


Greenville, S. C 


EARL K. BAIR (1) . . . 


. Mt. Pleasant, S. C 


JOE H. BAIRD (2) . . . 




MICHAL L. BAIRD (1) . . 


Darlington, S. C 


RICHARD L. BAIRD (1) 


Darlington, S. C 


BEVERLY F. BAKER (3) . 


. Summerville, S. C 


CLAY E. BAKER, JR. (3) . 


Spartanburg, S. C 



GREGORY S. BAKER (3) .... Sumter, S. C. 
JAMES F. BAKER (I) . . North Kingstown, R. I. 
SAMUEL B. BAKER, JR. (2) . . . Estill, S. C. 
BARRY M, BALWIN (2) . . . Greenville, S. C. 
FRANK E. BALDWIN (I) . . R.dgeland, S. C. 
RICHARD S. BALENTINE (3) . Greenville, S. C. 

MARGARET A. BALK (I) . . . Blackv.lle. S. C. 
JIMMY D. BALLARD (2) . . . Greenville, S. C. 
ROBERT W. BALLARD (I) . . . Chester, S. C. 
RONNIE D. BANKS (I) . . . Ninety-Six, S. C. 
CHARLES BAPP, JR. (3) . . . Clemson. S. C. 
PETER L. BARDWELL (2) . . Wrentham, Mass. 

DEWEY K. BAREFIELD (I) . . Langdale, Ala. 
DEBORAH J. BARKER (I) . . . Seneca, S. C. 
JAMES W. BARKER (I) . . . Greenville, S. C. 
JOHN V. BARKER (2) . . . Simpsonville, S. C. 
WM. C. BARKER (2) . . . Westminster, S.C. 
BONNIE LYNN BARNES (2) . . Spindale, N. C. 

FRANK S. BARNES, III (I) . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

JOHN B. BARNES (I) Pelzer. S. C 

CALVIN R. BARNETTE (I) . . Pendleton, S. C. 
NANCY M. BARNETT (2) . . Lmcolnton, Ga. 
STEVE K. BARNETT (2) . . . Covingston. Ga. 
JAMES E. BARNETTE (3) . . Pendleton, S. C. 

RONALD P. BARNETTE (3) . . Barnwell. S. C. 
MICHAEL H. BARNHART (2) . . Cheraw, S. C. 
ARCHIE M. BARNHILL (2) Galivant's Ferry, S. C. 
WILLIAM M. BARNWELL (3) Yonges Island. S. C. 
ANN M. BARRETT (2) . . . Greenville, S. C. 
DAVID T. BARRETT (2) . . . . Clover, S. C. 

ROBERT D. BARRIER (I) . . . Lexington, S. C. 
WILLIAM L. BARRIER (I) . . Lexington. S. C. 
TIM W. BARRINEAU (I) . . . Mullins, S. C. 
JOHN C. BARRON (2) . . . Columbia, S. C. 
T. GEORGE BARTLETT (I) . . Perry Point, S. C. 
KATHY G. BARTON (I) . . Greenville. S. C. 

STEVE C. BARTON (2) Greer, S. C. 

EDWIN G. BASS, JR. (2) . . . . Lydia, S. C. 

JAMES H. BASS (3) Camden, S. C. 

SAM J. BATES (I) Pickens, S.C. 

PAUL O. BATSON III (3) . . . Marion, S. C. 
PEGGY M. BATSON (3) . . . Greenville. S. C. 



WILLIAM E. BATSON (3) . 
GARY R. BAUMGARNER (2) 
BRADFORD L. BAUSS (I) 
WILBUR N. BAUMANN (3) 
DONALD W. BAXTER ( I ) 
WILLIAM T. BAXTER ( I ) 

JOSEPH R. BAYERL (3) . 
CHARLES E. BEAMAN (I) . 
GERALD B. BEAMAN (2) . 
THOMAS A. BEAN (3) . . 
R. EMORY BEARDON (I) . 
ROBERT J. BEASLEY (3) . 



WILLIAM L. BEASLEY 
DAVID L. BEATY (2) 
DALE L. BEBKO (3) 
DALE M. BECKES (I) 



. Greenville. S. C. 
. West Union, S. C. 
. Portland, Conn. 
Cambridge, Md. 
. Columbia, S.C. 
Winter Haven, Fla. 

. . Wayne, N.J. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
. . Garner. N. C. 
. New Orleans, La. 
. Charlotte, N. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 

. . Barnwell, S. C. 

Chester. S. C. 

Spartanburg. S. C. 

. Acton, Mass. 



CLARENCE N. BEDENBAUGH (I) . Cola.. S. C. 
HUBERT M. BEDENBAUGH (2) . Prosperity. S. C. 



CHARLES T. BEEMER (2) . . Greenville. S. C. 
ROBERT M. BEHLING (3) . . . Newton, N.J. 

R. GAY BEIERS (2) Duncan, S. C. 

DEVON R. BELCHER (2) . . . . Greer, S. C. 
ANDREW J. BELGER (I) . . . Varnv.lle, S. C. 
EDWARD M. BELKEN (3) . Fort Walton Bch.. Fla. 

JOSEPH J. BELKNAPP (3) . . Clemson, S. C. 
DWAYNE M. BELL (3) . . . Honea Path, S. C. 

GLENN K. BELL (I) Bamberg, S. C. 

THOMAS M. BELL (3) Lodge. S. C. 

WILLIAM T. BELL, JR. (2) . . Piedmont, S. C. 
JOHN S. BELLAMY (I) . . . Williston, S. C. 

REBECCA E. BELLAMY (I) . . Bamberg, S. C. 
WALTER P. BELOUIN (3) .... Union, S. C. 
MICHAEL O. BELUE (I) . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
WILLIAM L. BENDT (3) . . Charleston. S. C. 
ARTHUR L. BENJAMIN, JR. (I) . Clinton. S. C. 
EDGAR L BENJAMIN, JR. (3) Mountville. S. C. 

ELIZABETH A. BENJAMIN (I) . Greenville. S. C. 
MATTHEW B. BENJAMIN (I) Bowman. S. C. 

JAMES P. BENNETT (I) .... Augusta. Ga. 
JOSEPH D. BENNETT (I) . . . Lancaster, S. C. 
ROBERT L. BENNETT (I) . P.sgah Forrest. N. C. 
STUART J. BENNETT (2) . . Columbia, S. C. 

WILLIAM T. BENNETT (I) .... Olar, S. C. 
GARY P. BERUBE (2) . . . . Dalton. Mass. 
SCOTT J. BENRUBE (2) . . Miami Beach, Fla. 
MICHELLE BENTON (I) . . John's Island. S. C. 
JOHN E. BERGH (2) . . . . Tuckahoe. N. J. 
RANDALL E. BERKLAND (2) . . . York, S. C. 

CARROL D. BERRY (I) .... Cheraw, S. C. 
JAMES R. BERRY (I) . . . . Bowman, S. C. 
PERCY M. BERRY (I) . . . Ridgeland. S. C. 
RONALD P. BERRY (3) . . . Belvedere, S. C. 
BARBARA L. BESHEARS (2) . Jacksonville. Fla. 
JOHN B. BESSENT (I) . . Spartanburg, S. C. 

ROBERT A. BESSENT (2) . . . Baltimore, Md. 
CATHY D. BESSER (3) . . . . Sumter, S. C. 
GREGORY L. BESSER (I) . . . Barnwell. S. C. 
EUGENE S. BEST (2) .... Rock Hill. S. C. 
WILLIAM H. BETHUNE (2) . Charlotte. N. C. 
ALLYN F BETLEJ (2) . . . Waynesboro. Va. 






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WILBERT BEVERLY (3) . . 


Bennettsville. S. C. 


JOHN H. BEVIS III (2) . . 


Clemson, S. C. 


WILLIAM D. BIBB (2) . . 


. Laurens. S. C. 


GEORGE E. BIEDIGER (3) . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


JANE L. BIEDIGER (1) . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


JAMES W. BIGBY (2) . . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


JAMIE B. BIGELOW (1) . . 


Summerville. S. C. 


CAROLYN W. BIGGER (1) . 


Murfreesboro, Tenn. 


ANNE M. BIGGERSTAFF (1 ) 


Charleston, S. C. 


CHARLES R. BIRCH (3) . . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


JOAN E. BIRDSALL (2) . . 


. . . Atlanta, Ga. 


ANNE M. BISCHOFF (1) . 


Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 


DAVID A. BISHOP (2) . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


JAMES L. BISHOP (3) . . 


Taylors, S. C. 


ROBERT E. BISHOP (2) . . 


Orangeburg, S. C. 


SHIRLEY A. BISHOP (2) . . 


Myrtle Beach, S. C. 


ROBERT S. BISKER (3] . . 


Salisbury. Md. 


ALBERT P. BLACK (1) . . 


. . Barnwell, S. C. 


ARTHUR 0- BLACK (2) . 


. . . York S. C 


BETTY J. BLACK ( 1 ) . . . 




CALVIN D. BLACK (3) . . 


Lando. S. C. 


CHARLES S. BLACK (1) . 


Wassenaar, Holland 


CHRISTOPHER A. BLACK (3) 


Riverside, Conn. 


GEORGE W. BLACK (2) . 


Baltimore, Md. 


LARRY A. BLACK (3) . . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


MANUEL P. BLACK. JR. (3) 


Orangeburg. S. C. 


MARSHALL L. BLACK (2) . 


Greenville, S. C. 


RICHARD A. BLACK (3) . . 


Chester, S. C. 


STANLEY D. BLACK (2) . . 


Seneca, S. C. 


GAIL E. BLACKBURN (1) . 


. Pendleton, S. C. 


THOMAS BLACKBURN (1) Morehead City. N. C. 


LARRY R. BLACKHURST (2) 


Wilmington, Del. 


BARRY E. BLACKMON (1) . 


Heath Springs, S. C. 


LEILA S. BLACKMON (1) . West Columbia. S. C. 


MARY J. BLACKMON (2) . 


Cleveland. Tenn. 


EDWIN L. BLACKWELL (2) 


Hanahan, S. C. 


ROBERT L. BLACKWELL (1) 


Gaffney. S. C. 


THOMAS W. BLACKWELL (1 


1 Florence. S. C. 


J. ROGER BLAKELY, JR. (3) 


. . . Ora.S. C. 


MARTHA CAROL BLAKELY (2 


Simpsonville, S. C. 


NANCY C. BLAKELY (1) . 


. . . Ora, S.C. 


HUGH M. BLAND (1) . . 


. Edgefield. S. C. 


GORDON M. BLANTON (2| 


Charleston. S. C. 


MARY VAN BLARICOM (3| 


. . Clemson. S. C. 


SUZAN G. BLESSING (2) . 


Kingsport, Tenn. 


THERESA A. BLESSING (1) . 


. Kingsport, Tenn. 


WAYNE A. BLEVINS (2) . . 


. . Atlanta. Ga. 


JAMES F. BLOSE, JR. (1) . 


Annapolis. Md. 



WADE B. BLOUNT (3) . . . Belvedere. S. C. 
ALAN D. BOCK (I) . . . . Greenville, S. C. 
HARRY E. BODIFORD (I) . . Walhalla. S. C. 
H. DONALD BOETTCHER (I) Rosemont. Pa. 

FRANK M. BOGGS (3) Charleston Heights. S. C. 
RANDALL R. BOHSEN (I) . . Livingston. N. J. 



KERI A. BOLDING (3) 
PATRICIA A. BOLDING (I) 
ALAN L. BOLICK (I) . . 
SAMUEL R. BOLICK (I) . 
W. ROBERT BOLICK (I) . 
JOEL B. BOLT (31 . . . 



. Lyman. S. C. 
. Pickens. S. C. 

Ringgold. Ga. 
. . Blair, S. C. 

. APO. N.Y. 
Anderson, S. C. 



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JOHN A. BOLT (1 ) . . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


MICHAEL R. BOLTON (1 ) . 


Greenville. S. C. 


WILLIAM K. BOMAR (1) 


. . Duncan. S. C. 


WILLIAM P. BOND (1) . . 


. . Clinton, S. C. 


JOHN D. BONNETTE (3) . 


. Clemson. S. C. 


ROBERT M. BOOKER (1) . 


Memphis, Tenn. 


TONEY C. BOOZER (3) . . 


Inman, S. C. 


WILLIAM T. BORDERS (1) . 


. Rock Hill, S. C. 


MARY A. BORGMAN (1 ) . 


. Clemson, S. C. 


MICHAEL F. BORKE (3) . 


Charleston. S. C. 


ROBERT J. BOSLER (1) . . 


Camp Springs, Md. 


JOSEPH L. BOSTICK (3) . 


. Pampl.co, S. C. 


ROBERT H. BOSTICK (1) . 


Pamplico, S. C. 


JOSEPH A. BOTTS ( 1 ) . S 


ullivan's Island. S. C. 


DAVID W. BOUKNIGHT (1) 


Irmo. S. C. 


JAMES W. BOUNDS (2) . 


Lancaster, Pa. 


JON L. BOURNE (1) . . . 




DAVID E. BOWEN (3) 


. . . Iva.S. C. 


ANTHONY O. BOWERS (1) 


Greenville. S. C. 


JANE H. BOWERS (2) . . 


Clemson. S. C. 


JOHN F. BOWERS (1) . . 


. . Elberton, S. C. 


LINDA J. BOWIE (2) . . 


Clemson. S. C. 


CHARLIE B. BOYCE (2) . . 


Inman. S. C. 


WILLIAM B. BOYLE ( 1 ) . . 


. . Sumter, S. C. 


LARRY J. BOYLESTON (1 ) 


. WilLston.S. C. 


NORMAN F. BOZARD (2) . 


Orangeburg, S. C. 


ROBERT L. BRACEY (3) . . 


. Darlington, S. C. 


RANDOLPH G. BRACKEN (1 


. Rock Hill, S. C. 


W. GLENN BRACKEN (2) . 


Columbia, S. C. 


MARY L. BRADFORD (2) . 


. Kmgstree, S. C. 


D. KIETH BRADLEY (1) . . 


. . Lugoff. S. C. 


WILLIAM C. BRADLEY (3) . 


Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 


HAROLD D. BRADY (2) . 


. Rock Hill. S. C. 


JAMES H. BRAMLETT (1) . 


Travelers Rest, S. C. 


JOSEPH L. BRAMLETT (2) . 


. Charlotte, N. C. 


CAROL G. BRANDON (2) . 


. Greenville. S. C. 


HERBERT BRANHAM (3) 


Charleston. S. C. 


ARNOLD A. BRANNEN (3) 


. Great Falls, S. C. 


ARTHUR E. BRANTLEY (2) . 


Orangeburg. S. C. 


WM. C. BRASINGTON (2) 


. . Gaffney, S. C. 


DOUGLAS W. BRAUN (3) . 


. . Leesburg. Fla. 


JAMES S. BRAWLEY (3] . 


. Salisbury. N.C. 


SHARON L. BRAWNER (I) 


Smyrna, Ga. 


RANDY L. BRAY (2) . . . 




JAMES E. BRAZELL (2) . 


. . Bon Air, Va. 


ROBERT G. BRAZIER (2) . 


. . Pickens, S. C. 


AMIN S. BREDEN (1) . . 


Washington, D. C. 


WM. N. BREEDLOVE (3) . 


Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 


JANIS 1. BREWER (2) 




V. GAIL BREWER (2) 




WILLIAM R. BREWER (2) 


. Allendale, S. C. 


RUSSELL P. BRIDGES (1) . 


Charleston, S. C. 


STEPHEN M. BRIDGES (1) . 


. Greenville. S. C. 


RONALD L. BRIDWELL (3) . 


. Greenville. S. C. 


RONNY L. BRIDWELL (2) . 


Greenville, S. C 


RANDALL A. BRIGGS (3) . 


Ft. Myers, Va. 


WILLIAM A. BRIGGS (2) . 


. . Atlanta, Ga 


JOSEPH B. BRIGHT (3) . 


Clemson, S. C. 


HOWARD M. BRINK (2) . 


Campobello, S. C. 


CLIFFORD S. BRISTOL (2) 


. . Clemson. S. C 




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GREER M. BROADWATER (3) 


Ridgeway, S. C. 


WM. T. BROADWATER (3) . 


Woodsboro, Md. 


MICHAEL T. BROGDON (2) 


Sumter, S. C. 


DONNA M. BROOKS (3) . 


. . Loris, S. C. 


HENRY C. BROOKS (3) . . 


Conway, S. C. 


JEFFERY E. BROOKS (3) . 


Wilmington, Del. 


MALCOLM L. BROOKS, JR. ( 


) . Gordon, Ga. 


PHILLIP M. BROOKS (1) 


Saluda, S. C. 


RONALD P. BROOKS (2) . 


^J. Charleston, S. C. 


TERRY L. BROOKS (1) . . . 


. Rock Hill, S. C. 


MARTHA K. BROOKSHIRE (1) 


. Anderson, S. C. 


MICHAEL F. BROOME (3) . 


. Pageland, S. C. 


ROBERT W. BROOME (3) . 


Charleston, S. C. 


DOUGLAS W. BROPHY (1) 


Little Silver, N.J. 


VICKY L. BROUGHTON (1) 


. Kershaw, S. C. 


BARRY M. BROWN (2) . . 


Clemson, S. C. 


CRAWFORD M. BROWN (1) 


Andrews, S. C. 


DAVID A. BROWN (3) . . 


Piedmont, S. C. 


DONALD E. BROWN (3) . 


Greenville, S. C. 


GREGORY R. BROWN (3) . 


. Gasport, N.Y. 


HERBERT W. BROWN, JR. (3) 


. . Easley, S. C. 


JAMES W. BROWN (2) . 


. Gaffney, S. C. 


JUDY B BROWN (2| . . . 


Sumter, S. C. 


MICHAEL L. BROWN (1) . 


. . Mauldin.S. C. 


MURRAY F. BROWN, JR. (2) 


. Greenville, S. C. 


NANCY A. BROWN (2) . 


. Fair Play, S. C. 


PATRICIA A. BROWN (2) . 


. Kmgsport, Tenn. 


PETER L. BROWN (2) . . . 


Newberry, S. C. 


ROGER C. BROWN (1) . 


Greenville, S. C. 


RODGER E. BROWN (3) . 


. Jamaica, N. Y. 


RUSSELL F. BROWN (1) 


Myrtle Beach, S. C. 


WM. EARL BROWN (1) . . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


WILLIAM J. BROWN (2) . 


. . Florence, S. C. 


WILLIAM M. BROWN (2) . 


. Holly Hill, S. C. 


CHARLES H. BROWNE (1) 


. Eglin AFB, Fla. 


DAVID D. BROWNE (1) . 


Chas. Heights, S. C. 


DONNA C. BROWNING (2) 


Greer, S. C. 


CAROLYN L. BROWNLEE (2) 


. Waynesboro, Va. 


DONALD J. BRUNDAGE (2) 


. . Atlanta. Ga. 


CHRIS J. BRUNELLE, JR. (1) 


. . Decatur, Ga. 


JOHN D. BRUNJES, JR. (2) 


Savannah, Ga. 


GARY M. BRUNO (2) . . 


. Hartford, Conn. 


JACK W. BRUNSON (2) . 


. . Florence, S. C. 


JAMES A. BRUORTON (3) 


Conway, S. C. 


LARRY R. BRUORTON (1) 


Charleston, S. C. 


STEPHEN N. BRUST (2) . 


Bethesda, Md. 


DAVID M. BRYAN (1) . . 


Newberry, S. C. 


JIM P BRYAN (3) 




MARTHA A. BRYAN (2) . 


Clemson, S. C. 


PRESTON B. BRYAN (1) . 


Greenwood, S. C. 


THOMAS R. BRYAN (1) . 


Greenwood, S. C 


EDWARD R. BRYANT (1) . 


. . Pensacola, Fla. 


G. RUSSELL BRYANT (2) 


Randallstown, Md 


WM. F. BRYSON, JR. (3) . 


. Greenv.lle, S. C. 


CHAS. R. BUCHANAN, JR. ( 


) N. Augusta, S. C 


E. KEITH BUCHANAN (1) . 


Randallstown, Md 


JESSIE E. BUCHANAN (2) 


. Anderson, S. C 


SCOTT W. BUCHANAN (2) 


. . . Union, S. C 


DANIEL J. BUCKLEY. JR. (1) 


Travelers Rest, S. C 


RICHARD D. BUDDIN (2) . 


. . Rock Hill, S. C 



448 



RICHARD J. BUKOWSKY (2) 


Towson, Md. 


JAMES A. BULL IV (1) . . 


. Ballentine, S. C. 


ROBERT H. BULL (2) . . . 


. Abbeville, S. C. 


RICHARD E. BULLOCK (3) . 


Cream Ridge, N. J. 


CHIP BUMGARDNER (2) . 


Lancaster, S. C. 


DAVID W. BUNCH (1) . . 


N. Charleston, S. C. 


THOMAS E. BUNNING (1) . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


COLLINS A. BURBAGE (3) . 


Summerville, S. C. 


ALLEN K. BURDETTE (2) . . 


Ware Shoals, S. C. 


JANE BURDETTE (1) . . . 


Ware Shoals, S. C. 


MANUEL H. BURDETTE (2) . 


Westminster, S. C. 


ROBERT M. BURDETTE (2] . 


Simpsonville, S. C. 


GARY D. BURGESS (2] . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


WILLIAM A. BURKE (2) . 


. Charlotte, N. C. 


RAYMOND S. BURKOT (2) 


Miami, Fla. 


THOMAS J. BURLESON (1) . 


Johnson City, Tenn. 


DEBORAH A. BURNETTE (1) 


Cleveland, Tenn. 


MICHAEL F. BURNETT (1) . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


ALLEN H. BURNS (3) . , . 


. Rock Hill, S. C. 


DUNCAN K. BURNS (3) . . 


. Charleston. S. C. 


JAMES E. BURNS (2) . . 


Clemson, S. C. 


STEVEN O. BURNS (3) . . 


Orangeburg. S. C. 


ROBERT C. BURRELL (2) . 


. Walhalla.S. C. 


ANGELINE A. BURROUGHS ( 1 


) Simpsonville. S. C. 


JOHN B. BURROUGHS (3) 


. . Kinston, N. C. 


JOSEPH O. BURROUGHS (2 


Conway, S. C. 


EDDIE L. BURTON (2) . . . 


Ware Shoals. S. C. 


ANNA J. BUSBY (2) . . . 


. Anderson, S. C. 


JO KAREN BUSCH (2) . . 


. Walhalla.S. C. 


PATRICIA A. BUTCKA (2) . 


Daytona Beach, Fla. 


RICHARD E. BUTERBAUGH (2 


) . Baltimore, Md. 


CHARLES B. BUTLER (1) . . 


. Anderson, S. C. 


GEORGE A. BUTLER (3) . 


. . Aynor, S. C. 


MARY A. BUTLER (2) . . . 


. Anderson. S. C. 


MICHAEL E. BUTLER (3) . 


. . . Fairfax, Va. 


JAMES M. BUTTS, JR. (2) . 


. . Barnwell, S. C. 


DEBRA F. BUZHARDT (1) . 


Greenwood. S. C. 


TROY R. BUZHARDT (2) 


Batesburg, S. C. 


LARRY W. BYARS (2) . . 


Gaffney, S. C. 


N. LAURA BYARS (1) . . 


vlorgantown. W. Va. 


LANNY A. BYRD (3) . . . 


. Branchville, S. C. 


VINCENT G. CAGGIANO III (2| . Gaffney, S. C. 


KEITH R. CAIN (2) . 




CHARLES W. CALDWELL (3) 


Clemson, S. C. 


RONALD E. CALDWELL (2) 


Charleston, S. C. 


ELLEN H. CALHOUN (2) . 


. Lexington. N. C 


TERRY A. CALHOUN (1) . 


. Hyattsville. Md. 


WILLIAM B. CALHOUN (1) 


Greenwood, S. C. 


ELIJAH L. CALLAHAN (1) . 


Ladson. S. C. 


GEORGIA A. CALLAHAN (1 


i . Millv.lle, N. J 


PAULA M. CALLAHAN (1) . 


. Columbia, S. C. 


JOHN L. CALLAWAY III (2) 


Covington, Ga. 


VERNON K. CALLICUTT (2) 


Chester, S. C 


SUSAN E. CALLISON (3) . 


Greenwood, S. C. 


RAEFORD L. CALLOWAY ( 1 ] 


Easley, S. C 


WAYNE H. CAMAS (2) 


Hempstead, N.J 


BONNIE B. CAMERON (2) . 


. Gastonia, N. C 


LEWIS C. CAMERON (3) . 


. N.nety Six, S. C 


ALVIN L. CAMPBELL (3) . 


Clemson, S. C 


DONALD L. CAMPBELL (2) 


Honea Path, S. C 





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GEORGE T. CAMPBELL (3) 
HAROLD B. CAMPBELL (3) 
JIMMY R. CAMPBELL (I) 
PATRICIA J. CAMPBELL (I 
ROBERT W. CAMPBELL (2) 



. . Hanover, Va. 

. Liberty, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Florence, S. C. 

. Edison, N.J. 

Asheville, N. C. 



ROXANNA CANDLER (I) . Heath Springs, S. C. 



CHARLES D. CANN (3) . 
FRANK W. CANNON (3) 
GLENN S. CANNON (3) . 
MICHAEL C. CANNON (I) 



Anderson, S. C. 
. North, S. C. 
ShawAFB, S. C. 
Liberty, S. C. 



ROBERT C. CARLTON (3) . Spartanburg, S. C. 



THOMAS M. CARLTON (I) 
MICHAEL F. CARPENTER (3) 
WILLIAM H. CARRAWAY (2) 
JOHN K. CARRIER (I) . . 
JAMES T. CARROLL (3) . 
STEPHEN P. CARRON (I) . 



Needham, Mass. 

Clemson, S. C. 

Georgetown, S. C. 

Coral Gables, Fla. 

Conway, S. C. 

. Greenville, S. C. 



CHARLES T. CARSON (2) . . . Easley, S. C. 
JOHN N. CARSON (3) . . . Clemson, S. C. 
WILLIAM J. CARSON (I) . . . Sumter, S. C. 
BRUCE E. CARTER (2) . . . Charleston, S. C. 
CHARLES R. CARTER (I) . . N. Augusta, S. C. 
MARION E. CARTER (3) .... Elliott, S. C. 

MICHAEL W. CARTER (I) . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

TED E. CARTER (3) Clemson, S. C. 

DANA A. CARVER (2) . . . . Severn, Md. 
BRADLEY D. CARY (3) . . . Leesville, S. C. 
THORNLEY C. CARY (I) . Mt. Pleasant. S. C. 
REBECCA B. CASE (I) . . Spartanburg. S. C. 

BRENDA K. CASH (3) . . . . Pickens, S. C. 
ROBERT G. CASH (2) . . . . Lyman, S. C. 
ROBERT C. CASHION (2) . . . Slater, S. C. 
NORMAN M. CASON (3) . . Abbeville, S. C. 
FRANCIS N. CASSADY (3) . . . Bassett, Va. 
VERNE CASSADY (3) . . . . Clemson, S. C. 

DAVID E. CASTLE (2) York, S. C. 

RICHARD S. CATHCART (I) . Columbia, S. C. 
WILLIAM L. CATHEY (I) . . Williamston, S. C. 

LEWIS F. CATO (3) Clemson, S. C. 

LYNN M. CATOE (2) Lugoff, S. C. 

MICHAEL L. CATTO (3) . . . Pauline, S. C. 

JAMES B. CAUDILL (I) . . . Richmond, Va. 
CAROL L. CAUSEY (I) . . . Anderson, S. C. 
SHIRLEY J. CAUSEY (2) . . . Anderson, S. C 
ROBERT H. CAUTHEN (3) . . Holly Hill, S. C. 
GEO. F. CHAMBERLAIN (I) Pompton Plains, N.J. 
WALTER D. CHAMBERLAIN (I) Greenville, S. C. 

JAMES E. CHAMBERS (I) . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

CARY D. CHAMBLEE (2) . . Anderson, S. C. 

CHAN MAN CHUNG (2) . . . Hong Kong 

ALVIN S. CHANDLER (2) . . Anderson, S. C. 

FRANK W. CHANDLER (2) . . Sumter, S. C. 

HAROLD CHANDLER (3) . . . Sumter, S. C. 

PATRICIA CHANDLER (I) . . . Cades, S. C. 
RALPH D. CHANDLER (2) . . . Pelzer, S. C. 
STEPHEN CHANDO (3) . . . Bethlehem, Pa. 
R. BERNARD CHAPMAN (3) . Charleston, S. C. 
JERRY O. CHAPMAN (3) . . . Easley, S. C. 
KATHY R. CHAPMAN (I) . Little Mountain, S. C. 



RODNEY A. CHAPMAN (2) Little Mountain, S. C. 



JESSE A. CHAPPELL (I) . 
JOHN L. CHAPPUIS (I) . 
SANDRA E. CHARLES (I) 
PHILLIP H. CHARPING (I) 
D. ALAN CHASTAIN (I) . 



Columbia, S. C. 
Walhalla, S. C. 
Hackessin, Del. 
Taylors, S. C. 
Piedmont, S. C. 



PAULA R. CHASTAIN (I) . . Columbia, S. C. 

JANE D. CHASTEEN (3) . . Chappells, S. C. 

JOSEPH E. CHEEK (I) . . . Anderson, S. C. 

MARCO A. CHEN (3) . Panama Zone, Panama 

JIMMY C. CHESTNUT (I) . Stone Mountain, Ga. 



TIMOTHY L. CHESTNUT (I) 

JAMES S. CHILDERS (I) . 
STANLEY H. CHILDERS (2) 
WILLIAM H. CHILDRESS (I) 
SUSAN E. CHINAULT (I) . 
JOHN K. CHITWOOD (I) . 
MIMI A. CHOVAN (2) . . 



Charleston, S. C. 

Florence, S. C. 

Great Falls, S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 

Cayce, S. C. 

Landrum, S. C. 

. Clinton. Md. 



KIN C. CHU (2) . . . . 
CHRISTOPHER C. CIPPERLY 
WILLIAM F. CISA (2) . . 
CHARLES D. CLARK (I) 
CHARLES M. CLARK (2) 
GEORGE L. CLARK (I) . 

HELEN Y. CLARK (I) . . 
JAMES N. CLARK (3) . 
KATHRYN S. CLARK (I) . 
HARRY U. CLARK (2) . 
LIBBY D. CLARK (I) . . 
PATRICK V. CLARK (I) . 

THOMAS R. CLARKE III (2) 
JAMES R. CLARKSON (I) 
DORIS P. CLAYTON (2) . . 
THOMAS W. CLEVELAND (I 
TERRY G. CLEVENGER (2] 
STANLEY J. CLIFFORD (I) . 

JERI H. CLINKSCALES (3) 
ROBERT A. CLONINGER (3) 
KENNETH O. CLONTZ (I) 
ALEXANDER D. CLOSE (I) 
ROBERT W. CLOSE (3) . 
RUSSEL M. CLOWNEY (I) 



Kowloon, Hong Kong 
(3) Wash'gton, D. C. 
. Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
. Chesterfield, S. C. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 

Moncks Corner, S. C. 
Greenville. S. C. 
. Orangeburg, S. C. 
. . Hampton, S. C. 
. . Asheville, N. C. 
Halcott Center, N. Y. 

. Springfield, Va. 

Kingstree. S. C. 

. . Laurens, S. C. 

. Fort Valley, Ga. 

Summerville, S. C. 
Grand Island, N. Y. 

. Anderson, S. C. 

Gastonia, N. C. 

Lancaster, S. C. 

Greenwich, Conn. 

Creve Coeur, Mo. 

. Wmnsboro. S. C. 









UNDERGRADUATES 




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C. STEPHEN CLYBURN (I) . Orangeburg, S. C 
BEVERLY A. COAKLEY (I) . . Bethesda, Md 
RALPH W. COATS (2) . . Sandy Springs, S. C 
THOMAS C. COBB (3) . . . Greenville, S. C 
WILLIAM V. COBB (I) . . . Rio Piedras, P. R 
M. M. COBLE (2) .... Spartanburg, S.C 

ROBERT L. COBLE (I) ... 
CINDY J. COBURN (I) . . 
AUDREY D. COCKFIELD (3) 
GARY W. COCKFIELD (3) . 
EDGAR S. COFFEY, JR. (I) 
CHRISTOPHER E. COFFIN (I) 



MARY L. COGGIN (3) 
DONALD M. COGGINS 
JAMES D. COKE (2) . 
ALAN D. COKER (3) 
LARRY J. COKER (I) 
SAM R. COKER (3) . 



. . Sumter, S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

. Six Mile, S. C. 

Lynchburg, S. C. 

Darlington, S. C. 

. Greenville, S.C. 



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TALBERT K. COKER (2) . . 
BRUCE C. COLE (2) . . 
CORDELIA E. COLE (2) . 
KENNETH L. COLE (2) . . 
STANLEY P. COLE (3) . . 
WILLIAM W. COLE (I) . 

ANDREW H. COLEMAN (I) 
BLANCHE E. COLEMAN (2) 
FOSTER D. COLEMAN (2) . 
JAMES A. COLEMAN (I ) . 
JAMES A. COLEMAN (I) . 
JAMES C. COLEMAN (2) . 

JAMES K. COLEMAN (3) . 
JAMES R. COLEMAN (I) . 
KIM B. COLEMAN (2) . . 
RICHARD A. COLEMAN (2) 
ROBERT W. COLEMAN (I) 
SHERYL A. COLEMAN (I) . 



STAN D. COLEMAN (I) 
WILLIAM A. COLEMAN III | 
WILLIAM H. COLEMAN (3) 
WILLIAM R. COLEMAN (3) 
J. RANDALL COLLINS (2) 
KATHRYN J. COLLINS (2) 

RONALD T. COLLINS (I) 
TOM D. L. COLLINS (2) 
CHARLES A. COLLUM (3) 
THOMAS J. CONDON (3) 
LYN R. CONLEY (I) . . . 
HARRIETT A. CONNOR (2) 



. Turbev.lle, S. C. 

Warrenville, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Langley, S. C. 

Central, S. C. 

. Lake Oty, S. C. 

Florence, S. C. 

. Hopkins, S. C. 

Laurens, S. C. 

Lake City, S. C. 

. Abbeville. S. C. 

. . Inman.S. C. 

Pamplico, S. C. 

Neptune. N.J. 

. . Saluda, S. C. 

Chester, S. C. 

. Anderson, S. C. 



Conway, S. C. 

) . Pamplico, S. C. 

Townville, S. C. 

Clearwater, S. C. 

Savannah, Ga. 

Westminster, S. C. 



Columbia, S. C. 
Columbus, Ga. 
Monetta, S. C. 
Clemson. S. C. 
. Doraville, Ga. 
Gastonia. N. C. 



CATHI J. CONOVER (I) . . Tallahassee, Fla. 
DANIEL B. COOK (2) .... Lake City, S. C. 
GEORGE R. COOK (I) .... Orlando, Fla. 
JANET L. COOK (I) . . . Spartanburg, S.C. 
LARRY T. COOK (2) . . . . Raleight, N. C. 
ERNEST W. COOLER III (I) . . Pickens, S. C. 

JAMES P. COOLER, JR. (I) . Ridgeland, S. C. 
JOE H. COOLEY (I) . . . Prestonburg, Ky. 
JOHN C. COOLEY (2) . . . . Pelzer, S. C. 
ALLISON W. COONER (I) . . Johnston. S. C. 
BROUGHTON E. COOPER (I) . Taylors, S. C. 
CHARLES R. COOPER (21 . . Florence, S. C. 



JERRY L. COOPER (3) . 
JOHN B. COOPER (I) . . 
NOAH B. COOPER, JR. (3) 
RONALD E. COOPER (3) 
WILLIAM W. COOPER (2) 
JACOB M. COPE (I) . . 



Rock Hill, S.C. 

Greenville. S. C. 

. Mullins, S. C. 

Columbia, S.C. 

Ladson. S. C. 

Cope, S. C. 



ROY W. COPELAN (2) 
B. CAROL COPELAND (2) 
CATHERINE J. COPELAND 
JOEL M. COPELAND (I) . 
WILLIAM E. COPELAND (3) 
CLAUDE W. CORBETT (3) 

HOWARD M. CORBETT (3) 
JACQUELYN N. CORDELL 
ALEXIA J. CORDER (I) . 
CARL D. CORLEY (I) . . 
SANDRA CORLEY (2) . . 
JUDITH M. CORN (3) . . 



Orangeburg. S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 

(2) . Bamberg, S.C. 

. Honea Path. S. C. 

. Orangeburg, S. C. 

Pmewood, S. C. 

Wegener, S. C. 

[I) . Greenville, S.C. 

. . Willi ston. S.C. 

N.Charleston, S.C. 

Greenwood, S. C. 

. . Mauldm.S. C. 



MICHAEL H. CORNWELL (2) 


Spartanburg 


S. c 


ROBERT J. CORNWELL (1) . 


. Rock Hill 


S. c 


TIMOTHY L. CORNWELL (2) 


. . Bel A, 


Md 


JOSEPH B. CORPENING (2) 


Lenoir. 


N.C 


MICHAEL T. COSGROVE (2) 


. Wheator 


, Md 


VINCENT J. COSITORE (1) 


. New York 


N.Y 


GEORGE A. COTHRAN (3) 


Greenville 


S. C 


LEWIS E. COTHRAN (1) . 


Anderson 


S. C 


SUSAN COTHRAN (3) . . 


Anderson 


S. C 


VIVIAN H. COUICK (2) . . 


Lancaster 


S. C 


HENRY B. COULTER. JR. (1) 


Rising Sur 


. Md 


DEBORAH H. COURSEY (2) . 


Miami Spnnc 


s, Fla 


LARRY B. COURTNEY (3) . 


. Lake City 


S. C 


PATRICK S. COURTNEY (2) . 


Clemson 


S. C 


COLIN W. COVINGTON (l| 


Norway 


S. C 


MELANIE S. COVINGTON (3) 


. Anderson 


S. C 


PATRICIA COWAN (1) . . 


. . Aiken 


S. C 


ALAN E. COWART (1) . . 


Charleston 


s. c 


CATHERINE L. COX (2) . 


Easley 


s. c 


CLARENCE G. COX (2) . . 


. . Loris 


s.c 


JAMES A. COX (1) . . . . 




JAMES W. COX (3) . . . 


Abbeville 


s. c 


JERRY W. COX (3) . . . 


Marion 


s. c 


JOHN D. COX (3) . . . . 


. . Belton 


s.c 


JOHN S. COX (2) . . . . 


. Greenville 


s.c 


JOSEPH S. COX (2) . . . 


. Woodruff 


s.c 


LINWOOD P. COX (1) . . 


. . Clinton 


s.c 


PATSY A. COX (3) . . . 


Pickens 


s.c 


RALPH K. COX (1) . . . . 




n.Ky 


ROBERT A. COX (3) . . . 


Pamplico 


s.c 


VINCENT M. COX (1) ... 


. Denmark 


s.c 


WILLIAM T. COX (1) . . 


Marion 


s.c 


JANE COYLE (1) . . . . 


Greenville 


s.c 


CHRIS S. CRABTREE (2) . . 


Myrtle Beach 


s.c 


CONSTANCE J. CRABTREE (1 


} . Jackso 


i. Fla 


DIANE D. CRAIG (2) . . . 




s.c 


MARY E. CRAIG (3) . . . 


Camden 


s.c 


VERD A. CRAIG (2) . . . 


. Columbia 


s.c 


KEENAN G. CRAIGO (3) 


Clemson 


s.c 


WILLIAM D. CRANDELL (2) . 


. Oxon H,l 


. Md 


ROGER D. CRANFORD (3) . 


. Chester 


s.c 


BERRY W. CRAWFORD, JR. (3 


Greenwood 


s.c 


HUGH CRAWFORD (3) . . 


St. Stephen 


s.c 


JAMES M. CRAWFORD (2) . 


. . Pelzer 


s.c 


STEPHEN S. CRAWFORD (1) 


Clemson 


s.c 


RANDOLPH B. CREAMER (1) 


. Anderson 


s.c 


JOHN W. CREEL (3) . . . 


Conway 


s.c 


THOMAS M. CRENSHAW (l| 


. Clemson 


s.c 


DON M. CRIBB (3) . . . . 


Walterboro 


s.c 


JOSEPH O. CRIDER (l| . . 


Bamberg 


s.c 


PHILEMON K. CROFT (1) . 


Greenville 


s.c 


MARION L. CROLLEY (2) . 


Camden 


s.c 


BARBARA L. CROMER (3) . 


Columbia 


s.c 


DURWARD C. CROMER. JR. 


. Blackv.lle 


s.c 


MICHAEL J. CROMER (3) . 


. Greenville 


s.c 


JOSEPH E. CROOK (3) . Chas. Heights 


s.c 


RONALD S. CROOKS (2) . 


Seneca 


s.c 


SAMUEL E. CROSBY (3) . 


Greenville 


s.c 


WAYNE S. CROSBY (1) . . 


Cottageville 


s.c 


GEORGE L. CROSGROVE (1) 


Boothwy 


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WILL N. CROUCH (2) . 
DONALD R. CROWDER (I] 
ALAN G. CRUMP (I) . 
CHARLES D. CRUMPTON I 
GLENN E. CUEMAN (3) . 
BILLY T. CULBERTSON (I) 



. . Griffin, Ga. 
Kinards, S. C. 
. Charlotte, N. C. 
. . Taylors, S. C. 
Honea Path, S. C. 
. Piedmont, S. C. 



CHAS. M. CULBERTSON (3) . Ware Shoals, S. C. 
CHERYL F. CULBERTSON [I) . Greenville, S. C. 
JAMES D. CULBERTSON (2) . Ware Shoals, S. C. 
JAMES E. CULBERTSON (2) . . . Easley, S. C. 
ALAN D. CULLER (2) . . . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
FRANCES B. CULLER (3) . . Orangeburg, S. C. 

WOODROW W. CULP (2) . . Fort Mill, S. C. 
ALTON B. CUMBIE (I) .... Central, S. C. 
PAMELA G. CUMMINGS (I) . Newberry, S. C. 
RAYMOND R. CUNNINGHAM (I) . Chas., S. C. 
RICHARD C. CUNNINGHAM (3) Baltimore, Md. 
STEPHEN M. CUNNINGHAM (2) . Aiken, S. C. 



E. DRAKE CURRY (3) .... Greenville, S. C. 
JOHN M. CURRY (3) . . . . Arlington, Va. 
PHILIP C. CURTIS (I) . . . . Madison, Ga. 
THOMAS J. CUSUMAND (3) . . Sumter, S. C. 
CHARLES L. CUZZELL (3) . . Charleston, S. C. 
DENNIS L DABNEY (2) . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

DAVID W. DAILEY (3) .... Clemson, S. C. 
WILLIAM Z. DALEY (I) . . . . Columbia, S. C. 

HENRY A. DALLEY (2) Seabrook, Md. 

CLAUDE R. DALTON (2) . . . Pendleton. S. C. 
HUBERT J. DANDRIDGE (3) . Cottageville, S. C. 
HENRY S. DANGERFIELD (2) . Charleston. S. C. 

RALPH W. DANIEL (3) . . . . Levonia, Ga. 
WILLIAM S. DANIEL (2) . . Nichols, S. C. 

DAVID F. DANSBY (3) . . . Ware Shoals, S. C. 
LYNN Z. DANTZLER (3) . . . . Santee, S. C. 

TERRY DARBY (2) Duncan, S. C. 

GRAHAM W. DARDEN (3) . Greensboro, N. C. 

LINDA L. DASHER (3) . . . Greenwood, S. C. 
G. M. DAUGHTERY (3) . . . . Greenville. S. C. 
CHARLES E. DAVENPORT (I] . . Kinards, S. C. 
DARLENE C. DAVENPORT (3) . Columbia, S. C. 
BENNY G. DAVENPORT (I) . Williamston, S. C. 
CATHERINE A. DAVID (2) . . . Salters, S. C. 

THOMAS M. DAVIDSON (I) . Chesterfield, S. C. 
BUDDY E. DAVIS (I) .... Anderson, S. C. 
COLLINGS S. DAVIS (2) . . Haddonfield, N. J. 
DAVID E. DAVIS (3) .... Columbia, S. C. 
GUY W. DAVIS (3) . . . . Greenville, S. C. 
AARON H. DAVIS (I) . . . Greenville, S. C. 

HERBERT S. DAVIS |2) .... Clemson. S. C. 

JANE H. DAVIS (I) Clinton. S. C. 

JOSEPH E. DAVIS (3) Sumter, S. C. 

LAWRENCE E. DAVIS (2) . . . Laurens, S. C. 
LINDA D. DAVIS (2) .... Charleston, S. C. 
MICHAEL H. DAVIS (I) . . N. Charleston, S. C. 

NOLLIE L. DAVIS (3) . . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 

PAUL C. DAVIS (I) Central Islip, N. Y. 

PEMBROKE W. DAVIS (3) . . . Augusta, Ga. 
ROBERTA. DAVIS (I) . . . . Bowman. S. C. 

ROBERT G. DAVIS (I) Greenville, S. C. 

RODNEY L. DAVIS (2) .... Batesburg, S. C. 



RICHARD C. DAVIS [2) . Charleston Hgts., S. C. 

SARA P. DAVIS (I) Clinton, S. C. 

SHERRY N. DAVIS (I) .... Greenville, S. C. 
THOMAS H. DAVIS III (2) . . . Sumter, S. C. 
THOMAS W. DAVIS, JR. (3) . . Columbia, S. C. 
WILLIE E. DAVIS (2) . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 



WILLIAM M. DAVIS (I) . 
CHARLES B. DAVISON (3) . 
BENJAMIN L DAWKINS (3) 
PATRICK W. DAWKINS (I) 
ROBERT S. DAY (I) . . 
DONALD A. DEAL (2) . . 



DON L. DEAN (2) . . 
EARL E. DEARHART (I) 
JAMES D. DEAS (2) . 
GRANT A. DEASE (2) . 
REBECCA H. DEFOOR ( 
PHILIP G. DEGEN (3) . 



Wilmington, Dela. 
. Asheville, N. C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
. Pickens, S. C. 
. Newark, Dela. 

. Greenville, S. C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 

. Rock Hill, S. C. 

. Rock Hill, S. C. 

Westminster. S. C. 

. . Sumter, S. C. 



TERESA A. DEGEN (2) . 
D. VERNON DeHART, JR. 
DOROTHY A. DEINES (2) 
ROY A. DeLAUDER (2| 
FRANCIS B. deLOACH, JR. (2) 
PERRY B. DeLOACH (3) . . 

JAMES E. DeLOACHE (3) . 
MARY E. DeLOACHE (I) . . 
FRANK R. DeLUCA (3) . Upper 
JONES R. DEMPSEY (3) . . 
TONY R. DEMPSEY (3) . . . 
DON E. DENISON (3) . . 

THEODORE S. DENNIS (2) 
ROBERT A. DENNY (2) 
CHARLES R. DENTON (I) . 
JOHN G. DENTON (3) . 
RICHARD S. DENTON (I) . 
KENNETH W. DETWILER (3) 

ALBERT L DeVEAUX (I) . 
CHARLES H. DEWITT (3) . 
MARY E. DeWITT (I) . . . 
MICHAEL G. DeWITT (I) 
ALLEN R. DICKARD (2) . 



JAMES A. DICKENSON (I) 



. . Sumter, S. C. 

. Anderson, S. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

Walterboro, S. C. 

Easley, S. C. 

. Camden, S. C. 

Saddle River. N.J. 

. Barnwell. S. C. 

. . Varnville, S.C. 

Rocky River, Ohio 

. Kingstree, S. C. 
. Windsor, N.Y. 
. Greenville, S.C. 
. N. Augusta, Ga. 
. Rock Hill, S.C. 
. Columbia, S. C. 

. Charleston, S. C. 
St. Matthews, S.C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 

. Hartsville, S. C. 
. . Pickens. S.C. 
. Belvedere, S. C. 



LAWRENCE W. DICKENSON (3) . Belvedere, S. C. 



JULIAN T. DICKERSON (I) 
AVERY S. DICKSON (2) . 
BARBARA M. DIEGLIO (2) 
NICHOLAS J. DilORIO (2) 
JANICE R. DILLARD (2) 



. . York, S.C. 
. . York, S.C. 
Cleveland, Ohio 
N. Haledon. N.J. 
Easley, S. C. 



CHARLES W. DILLASHAW (I) . Anderson, S. C. 



CHARLES C. DIMMOCK (I) 
GENE L. DINK1NS (I) . . 
MARY L. DION (2) . . . 
JULIAN S. DIXON III (2) . 
RONALD W. DJUREN (3) . 

SYDNEY R. DOAK (3) . . . 
MICHAEL H. DODD (2) . 
MARY E. DODGENS (I) . 
SUSAN G. DODGENS (2) . 
GRADY E. DOMINICK (I) 
WILLIAM J. DONALD 12] 



Clemson, S. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 

. Summerville. S. C. 

. . Lake City, S.C. 

Prospect Park, N.J. 

. Walterboro, S. C. 

West Orange, N.J. 
. . . Easley, S. C. 
. . Greenville, S. C. 
. . Prosperity, S. C. 
. . Seneca, S. C. 





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EDWARD R. DONALDSON (2) 


. Hollywood, S. C. 


EMILY D. DONALDSON (3) . 


Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 


WM. F. DONALDSON. JR. (3) 


. Annapolis, Md. 


DAVID C. DORN (1) ... 


Charleston, S. C. 


JAMES W. DORN (3) . . 


Charleston, S. C. 


JACK R. DORRELL (1) . . 


Kingstree, S. C. 


THOMAS G. DOSS (3) . . 


Wapakoneta, Ohio 


DIANNE C. DOTSON (2) . . 


. Lancaster, S. C. 


GRAHAM T. DOUGLASS (2) . 


South Pines, N. C. 


JERRY D. DOVER (1) . . . 


Enoree. S. C. 


DEBRA DOWDA (1) . . . . 


Greensboro, N. C. 


MILLARD W. DAWD (3) . . 


. Burlington, N. C. 


TIMOTHY J. DOYLE (1) . . 


. Baltimore, Md. 


W. KEITH DOZIER (3) . . 


. Conway, S. C. 


ROBERT D. DRAKE (1) . . . 


. Mauldin. S. C. 


WILLIAM T. DRENNAN (2) . 


. Rock Hill. S. C 


ARTHUR H. DRIGGERS (3) . 


. . Atlanta, Ga. 


MYRA J. DRINKARD (1) . . . 


. Hartsville, S. C. 



AL D. DROEGE (3) . . . . Charlotte, N. C. 
NEAL S. DRUCKER (2) . . . Charleston, S. C. 
JOHN H. DRUMMOND (I) . . Ninety Six, S. C. 
WILLIAM C. DuBOIS (2) ... Bridgeton, N. J. 

DAVID E. DuBOSE (I) Oswego, S. C. 

PHILIP B. DuBOSE (2) Sumter, S. C. 

FREDDY E. DUCEY (2) .... Ridgeland, S. C. 

JOHN C. DUCKETT (2) Erie, Pa. 

GEORGE M. DUCWORTH (3) . Anderson, S. C. 
LYMAN A. DUCWORTH, JR. (3) Williamston, S. C. 
PATRICK S. DUFFY (I) . . . Garden City, N. Y. 
DEBORA DUKE (I) Charleston, S. C. 

DANNY L. DUKES (2) .... Falls Church, Va. 
JAMES D. DUKES (3) . . . Orangeburg, S. C. 
RICHARD C. DUKES (I) . . . Reevesville, S. C. 
WAYNE H. DUKES (I) .... Reevesville, S. C. 
ROBERT G. DULLA (2) . . . . Atlanta, Ga. 
LEWIS C. DUMONT (I) .... Charleston, S. C. 

LLOYD R. DUMONT (I) . . . Charleston, S. C. 
ROBERTA. DuMONT (I) . . . Somerville, N. J. 
JOHN P. DUNBAR (3) .... Rock Hill, S. C. 
CHARLES B. DUNCAN, JR. (2) . Greenville. S. C. 
LARRY W. DUNCAN (2) . . . Easley, S. C. 
MARION J. DUNCAN (2) . . . Taylors, S. C. 

RONNIE J. DUNCAN (I) . . . Seneca, S. C. 
DAVID M. DUNN (2) .... Greenville, S. C. 

CATHY V. DUNN (3) North, S. C. 

LAWRENCE A. DUNN (I) . . . Ambridge, Pa. 
WILLIAM A. DUNN (3) . . . Donalds, S. C. 
CHARLES H. DuPRE (3) . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 

PERRY W. DuRANT (I) .... Sumter, S. C. 
ROBERT R. DuRANT (2) . . Myrtle Beach, S.C. 
WILLIAM E. DURANT (2) . . . Sumter, S. C. 
FRAMPTON W. DURBAN (2) . . . Aiken, S. C. 
JACK C. DURHAM (I) . . . Mauldin, S. C. 
PATRICIA A. DURHAM (2] . . Clemson, S. C. 

JOSEPH L. DUTROW (I) . . . Frederick, Md. 
TOMMY L DUTTON (3) . . . . Griffin, Ga. 
MANFRED DWORSCHAK (3) . Charleston, S. C. 
DOUGLAS C. DYAR (I) . . . Seneca, S.C. 
LEWIS C. DYER (2) . . . . Dedham, Mass. 
HENRY DYSON IV (2) . . . Walterboro, S. C. 



NED M. EADDY (3] . . . . Lake City, S. C. 
ROBERT B. EADDY (I) .... Lake City, S. C. 

JESSE C. EARGLE (2) Jackson, S. C. 

ROBERT T. EASTMAN (2) . . South River, N.J. 
THOMAS N. EATON (2] . . Charlottesville, Va. 
GLENN M. EBY (2) Allentown, Pa. 

RONALD W. ECK (3) . . . Kenicworth, N. J. 
GEORGE EDELL, JR. (I) . . . . Sharon, Pa. 
HENRY C. EDENS III (3] . . . . Dalzell, S.C. 
WILLIAM T. EDENS (2) . . . Ocean Drive, S. C. 
DONNIE J. EDGAR (3) . . . . Seneca, S.C. 
SANDY EDGE (2) Conway, S. C. 

JAMES H. EDGERLY (I) .... Savannah, Ga. 
MILDRED L. EDMUNDS (I) . . McCormick. S. C. 
ALLEN G. EDWARDS (3) . . . Cheraw, S. C. 
DOLORES G. EDWARDS (I) . . Greenville, S. C. 
GREGORY P. EDWARDS (2) . . . Inman.S.C. 
JAMES H. EDWARDS III (3) . . . Clemson, S. C. 



JAMES K. EDWARDS (3) . Galivants Ferry, S. C. 
JOHN R. EDWARDS (I) . . . Greenville, S. C. 
LARRY B. EDWARDS (I) . Galivants Ferry, S. C. 
LAURA G. EDWARDS (3) . . Alexandria, La. 
MARVIN S. EDWARDS, JR. (3) . . Lyman, S.C. 
MICHAEL C. EDWARDS (3) . . . Cheraw, S. C. 

THOMAS B. EDWARDS (3) . . Ninety Six. S. C. 
WILLIAM B. EDWARDS (2) . . Johnston, S. C. 
W.JEAN EDWARDS (3) . . . Wellford, S. C. 
WILLIAM N.EDWARDS (3) . . Mullins, S. C. 
BEVERLY EGGER (3) . . Cristobal, Canal Zone 
CHERYL E. EGGERT (3) . . . . Aiken, S. C. 

GEORGE D. EHNAT (3) . Hilton Head Isld., S.C. 
MURRELL J. EICHELBERGER (2) . Mt. Dora, Fla. 

DAVID R. EISON (I) Cayce, S. C. 

LLOYD L ELDER (3) . . . Silver Spring, Md. 
LINDA K. ELKIN (3) . . . . Greenville. S. C. 
JANA C. ELLEDGE (2) . . . Ware Shoals, S. C. 

CRAIG D. ELLEFSON (3) . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
DALE F. ELLENBURG (3) . . . Anderson, S. C. 
JAMES R. ELLENBURG (2) . . . Seneca. S. C. 

DEBBIE E. ELLIOTT (2) Greenville, S. C. 

ROGER N. ELLIOTT (3) . . . Decatur, Ga. 
BARBARA G. ELLIS (I) . . . . Anderson, S. C. 

JAMES J. ELLIS (3) Cincinnati, Ohio 

PHILIP A. ELLIS (3) . . . . Simpsonville, S. C. 
THOS. G. ELLIS III (2) . Jacksonville Beach, Fla. 
WILLIAM H. N. ELLIS. JR. (3) . Clemson, S. C. 
DANIEL R. ELLISON (3] . . . Williamston, S. C. 
F. STEPHEN ELLISON (3) . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

L.ARRY E. ELMORE (3] Greer, S. C. 

CLAUDENE D. ELROD (3) ... Anderson, S. C. 
RONALD A. ELWELL (I] . . Haddonfield, N. J. 
EMIL H. EMANUEL (2) . . . Lancaster, S. C. 
MARY R. EMBRY (2) . . . . Rock Hill, S.C. 
WARREN J. ENG (2) .... New York, N. Y. 

WILLIAM D. ENGLE (I) . Washingtonville. N. Y. 
SAM J. ENIS. JR. (3) . . . . Clemson, S.C. 
PATTI A. ENNESSY (I) ... Tallahassee, Fla. 
RICHARD E. EPPES (3) . . . Greenville. S. C. 
ROBERT E. EPPS (3) . . . N. Charleston, S. C. 
MILTON M. EPSTEIN, JR. (2) . . Atlanta, Ga. 





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CARL R. EPTING (I) 

CLAUDE D. EPTING (I) . 

JOHNNIE T. EPTING (I) . . 

STEVEN EPPS. JR. (2) . . 

STEVEN T. EPTON (2) . . . 

DANNY L. ERSKINE (I) . . 

EDWIN W. ESTRIDGE, JR. 
GEORGE B. ETHERIDGE, JR. 
DON L. ETHREDGE (2) . . 
JOSEPH T. EUBANKS (2) 
CARLISLE E. EVANS (2) . . 
EVIN J. EVANS (2) . . . 



Leesville, S. C. 
. Rock Hill, S. C. 
. Columbia, S. C. 

Chester, S. C. 
Campobello, S. C. 
. Anderson, S. C. 

. Bethune, S. C. 
. Lake City, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Orangeburg, S. C. 

Orangeburg, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 



JAMES E. EVANS, JR. . . . Newberry, S. C. 

Timmonsville, S. C. 

. Lake City. S. C. 

. . Six Mile. S. C. 

. . Belton. S. C. 

Greenville. S. C. 



MICHAEL E. EVANS (3 
RICK R. EVANS (2) 
RUSSELL E. EVANS (2) 
JENNY L. EVATT (2) 
JIMMIE W. EVATT (3) 



JOHNNY S. EVERETTE ( 
SLADE F. EXLEY (2) . 
RICHARD W. EYLER (2) 
DAVID M. FAGG (2) . 
ALVIS W. FAIL (I) . 
NANCY K. FAIREY (3) 



. Piedmont, S. C. 
Covington, Ga. 
Westminster, Md. 
. Anderson, S. C. 
Warrenville.S. C. 
. . Latta, S. C. 



N. KENYON FAIREY (3) . 
ROBERT J. FAIREY (3) . 
PATRICIA L. FANT (2) . 
HOWARD G. FARMER (I) 
DAVID R. FARNHAM (2) . 
OWEN B. FARRIS (2) . . 



. . . Latta, S. C. 

Orangeburg, S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 

. . . Toccoa, Ga. 

Travelers Rest, S. C. 

. Clemson, S. C. 



ARTHUR A. FAU (I) Nutley, N.J. 

MALCOLM D. FAULKENBERRY ( I ) Kershaw, S. C. 
TAYLOR D. FEASTER (2) . W. Columbia, S. C. 
RALPH T. FEATH (2) . . . Charleston. S. C. 
MARC M. FEINBERG (3) . . Philadelphia. Pa. 
THOMAS M. FELDER (I) . . . Santee, S. C. 



RAYSOR H. FELKEL (1) . . 


. . Elloree, S. C 


GARY P. FELLERS (2) . . . 


Anderson, S. C 


JAMES E. FENDER (2) . . 


Reevesville, S. C 


RONALD F. FENWICK (1) . 


Goodland, Ind 


JAMES R. FERGUSON (1) . 


. Rock Hill. S. C 


THOMAS D. FERGUSON (1) 


. Abbeville. S. C 


WILLIAM F. FERGUSON (3) 


Clover, S. C 


JOSEPH E FEWELL (3) 


. . . York, S. C 


THOMAS E. FEWELL (2) . . 


Beaufort, S. C 


LEWIS M. FICKEN (3) . . . 


N.Augusta, S. C 


JAMES H. FICKLING III (1) 


. BlackvilleS. C 


BARBARA A. FIELD (2) . . 


Seneca, S. C 


THOMAS H. FIELDERS, JR. (1 ) 


. Columbia, S.C 


RICHARD B. FILLYAW (3) . 


Columbia, S. C 


GROVER M. FINCHER (2) . 


Cheraw, S. C 


LYNN M. FINCHER (2) . . 


Sumter, S. C 


MICHAEL L. FINLAYSON (1) 


. . APON.Y 


SANDREA P. FINLEY (2) . . 


. Clemson, S. C 


WILLIAM G. FINLEY (3) . 


. . Easley. S.C 


WILLIAM B. FINNEY II . . 


. . Liberty. S. C 


WILLIAM J. FINLEY (1) . . 


Easley, S. C 


DAVID K. FISHBURNE (1) . 


Doraville, Ga 


DALE S. FISHER (1) . . . 


. Pittsburgh, Pa 


JAMES M. FISHER (2) . . . 


. . Easley, S. C 



RONALD F. FISHER (3) . 
WILLIAM J. FISHER, JR. (3 
JOHN W. FLATLEY (I) . 
ARNOLD R. FLEEK (2) . 
VICTOR S. FLEISHEL (I) . 
JOHN R. FLEMING (I) . 

MEREDITH A. FLEMING (3) 
TOMMY J. FLEMING (3) . 
WILLIAM H. FLEMING (3) 
WILLIAM R. FLEMING, JR. 
DONALD H. FLECHER (3) 
JAMES L. FLECHER (I) . 

SHEILA W. FLETCHER (2) 
KENNETH R. FLINT (3) . 
CAROLE R. FLITTER (3) . 
FLETCHER F. FLOCHER (3) 
ANNE M. FLORIAN (2) . 
LEE M. FLOWERS, JR. (3) 



CHERYL L. FLOYD (3) . 
JOHN W. FLOYD (3) . 
LLOYD B. FLOYD, JR. (2) 
LILLIAN E. FLOYD (I) 
MARION R. FLOYD (3) 
ROBERT C. FLOYD (3) 



STEPEN E. FLOYD (2) 
JAMES L. FORBES (I) 
ROBERT E. FORBES (3) 
BECKY L. FORD (2) . 
GAYLE Y. FORD (I) 
JOHN WM. FORD (2) 



T. BARTON FORD (2) . 
TERRY W. FORD (I) . , 
THOMAS K. FORD (2) . 
ZARVIS T. FORD, JR. (2) . 
WILLIAM F. FORDHAM (I] 
DONALD B. FORE (2) 

HENRY C. FORREST 
TOMILYN FORRESTER (2] 
SHERRY Y. FORTENBERRY 
JAMES J. FORTH (2) . 
MICHAEL D. FORTH 
SHIRLEY C. FORTSON 

DANIEL D. FOSTER (3) 
DANIEL M. FOSTER (I) 
GERALD D. FOSTER (I) . 
JAMES C. FOSTER (I) . 
JEFFERY W. FOSTER (I) 
JOHN S. FOSTER (2) . . 

MARTHA J. FOSTER (l| 
LAURENS P. FOUCHE (2) 
ANGIE L. FOWLER (2) . 
HARRIET K. FOWLER (I) 
ROBERT C. FOWLER (I) 
RONNIE W. FOWLER (3) 



JOHN B. FOX (I | . . . 
JOHN M. FOXWORTH (I) 
HARRY L. FOY (2) . . 
PATTERSON W. FOY, JR. (3) 
WILLIAM D. FRALICK (I) 



Decatur, Ga. 
Conover, N. C. 
Belvedere, S. C. 
Rock Hill, S. C. 
. Deland, Fla. 
Freehold, N.J. 

. Buffalo, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Abbeville, S. C. 
. Columbia, S. C. 
Ridgeland, S. C. 
Seneca. S. C. 

Williston, S. C. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 

Flagsdale, Fla. 

. . Berwyn, Pa. 

Hartsville, S. C. 



Greenville, S. C. 

Conway, S. C. 

. . Olanta, S. C. 

Greenwood, S. C. 

Conway, S. C. 

. Clemson, S. C. 

Joanna, S. C. 

Houston, Tex. 

Dayton, Ohio 

, . Pickens, S. C. 

Honea Path, S. C. 

. Rockville, Md. 



. Greenville, S. C. 

Kingsport, Tenn. 

Fairforest, S. C. 

Florence, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Georgetown. S. C. 

. Johnston, S. C. 
nston, S. C. 




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Charleston, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
. Anderson, S. C. 
. Woodruff, S. C. 
. Newburgh. N. Y. 
. Anderson, S. C. 

. . Duncan, S. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

. . Mullms. S. C. 

Will.amston, S. C. 

Columbus. Ga. 

Conway, S. C. 

. Barnwell, S. C. 

. Springfield, S. C. 



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ERNEST G. FRANKS (I) . 
TERENCE M. FRANTZ (I) 
DONALD H. ERASER (I ) 
JACK L. FRASHER (I) . 
SAMUEL M. FRAZER (2) 
WILLIAM J. FREDERICK ( 

WILLIAM J. FREE (3) . 
MICHAEL N. FREELAND ( 
BRUCE E. FREEMAN (I) 
JAMES C. FREEMAN (3) 
LARRY E. FREEMAN (2) 
LARRY W. FREEMAN (I) 



. Columbia, S. C. 
Myrtle Beach, S. C. 
Walterboro, S. C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
Chester, S. C. 
. St. James, N.Y. 



Green* 

Green 

Green 

. Piedn 



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S. C. 



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Williamston, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 



MARTHA E. FROEMMING (3) . Houston, Texas 
CHARLES R. FRONEBERGER (3) Gastoma, N. C. 
BENJAMIN H. FRYE (3) . Galivant's Ferry, S. C. 

INMAN S. FRYE (I) Elberton. Ga. 

TOM G. FUDURIC (I) . . . Greenville, S. C. 
FRED T. FUGIEL (3) . Wadmalaw Island, S. C. 



RICHARD R. FULLER (I) 
TEMPIE G. FULMER (I) . 
GLENNIS R. FUNDERBURG 
J. TOM FUNDERBURK (2) , 
RICHARD A. FURST (2) 
I. DAVID FUTRELL (I] . . 

GERARD A. GAETA (I) . 
GEORGE W. GAGE (3) . 
ROBERT T. GAGEL (2) . . 
STANLEY D. GAILEY (3) . 
CHARLES M. GAILLARD (I] 
WILLIAM M. GAILLARD (2) 

CHARLES B. GAINEY (2) . 
DENNIS C. GAINEY (I) . 
PHILIP C. GAINEY (I) . . 
CHERYL A. GALE (3) . . 
CHARLES D. GALLARDO (I) 
CANDACE A. GALLOWAY ( 

ALVIN C. GALLOWAY (I) 
WILLIE C. GALLOWAY (2) 
SAMUEL P. GALPHIN (I) . 
PETER J. GALUSKA (2) 
RICHARD W. GALWAY (2) 
JAMES D. GAMBLE (2) . 

DAN H. GAMBRELL (3) . 
AUBREY D. GANTT (I) . 
RONALD G. GANTT (I ) . 
ROBERT D. GARCES (3) . 
ASHLEY C. GARDNER (3) 
CARL R. GARDNER (3) . . 

DELORIS GARDNER (2) . 
HARRY D. GARDNER (3) . 
SUSAN C. GARLAND (3) . 
GERALD B. GARRETT (2) . 

JAMES T. GARRETT (I) . 
ROBERT S. GARRETT (2) . 

WILLIAM T. GARRETT (3) 
GLEN I. GARRIS (2) . . 
FRANK W. GARRISON (3) 
JEAN F. GARRISON (I) . 
JOHN D. GARRISON (I) . 
MARGARET GARRISON (21 



Athens, Ga. 

Simpsonville, S. C. 

I) N. Augusta, S. C. 

. Chester, S. C. 

. . Nutley, N.J. 

Savannah, Ga. 

Livingston, N. J. 

. . Fort Mill, S. C. 

. . Louisville, Ky. 

. . . . Iva.S. C. 

. Rock Hill, S. C. 

. Holly Hill, S. C. 

Darlington, S. C. 
. Hartsville, S. C. 
. Hartsville, S. C. 
. . Bassett, Va. 
3alboa, Canal Zone 
| . Anderson, S. C. 

Darlington, S. C. 

Darlington, S. C. 
. Holly Hill, S. C. 

Rochester, Minn. 

. Anderson, S. C. 

Lancaster, S. C. 

Greenwood, S. C. 
. Williston, S. C. 
Winnsboro, S. C. 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
Charleston. S. C. 
. Lake View, S. C. 

Sumter, S. C. 

Cinnaminson, N. J. 

Central, S. C. 

. Six Mile, S. C. 

. . Halifax. Va. 

Mountville, S. C. 

. . Pelzer, S. C. 
. Sumter, S. C. 
Simpsonville, S. C. 
. Clemson.S. C. 
. Piedmont, S. C. 
. Johnston, S. C. 



s. c. 
s. c. 

N.J. 



RICHARD M. GARRISON (I) Sandy Spgs., 
RICHARD P. GARRISON (I) . Greenville. 
JAMES W. GARTHE (3) . . . 
MERRELL 0- GARVIN (2) . . Pendleton, S. C. 
JOHN F. GASKINS (2) . . . Clinton, S. C. 
JOHN P. GASTON III (I) . . Richburg, S. C. 

ROBERT R. GATLING, JR. (2) . Jackson, Miss. 
JENNIE E. GAULT (2) . . Fountain Inn, S. C. 
PAUL E. GAULT, JR. (2) . Fountain Inn, S. C. 
TALMADGE D. GAULT (I) . . . Gaffney, S. C. 
TIM E. GAUSE (I) . . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
EDWARD G. GEDDINGS (3) . . Sumter, S. C. 

THOMAS F. GENTRY, JR. (2) . . Easley, S. C. 
SANDRA A. GENTRY (3) . . . Anderson, S. C. 
HARRY D. GEORGE (2) .... Central. S. C. 
SUZANNE GEORGE (3) . . . . Elkton. Md. 
DANAE GEORGES (I) . . . Clearwater, Fla. 
ALEXANDRA GEORGEO (3) . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 



GEORGE C. GEORGIADES 
ALLEN R. GERHARDT (2) . 
GERALD W. GERKEN (I) . 
MICHAEL G. GERONIMOS 
NABIL E. GHATTAS (3) . 
LARRY W. GHENT (3) . 

DOYLE W. GIBSON (2) . 
DONALD W. GIBSON (2) . 
FRANK A. GIBSON (I) . 
FRANK M. GIBSON (I) . 
JOHN W. GIBSON (2) 
MARK D. GIBSON (2) . 



. Greenville, S. C. 

. Baltimore. Md. 

Charleston. S. C. 

. Levittown, N.Y. 

Clemson. S. C. 

. Rock Hill, S. C. 

. Saluda, S. C. 
. Beaufort, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

N. Augusta, S. C. 

. McLean, Va. 



STEPHEN G. GIBSON (I) . . Clemson, S. C. 
WILLIAM R.GIBSON (I) . . Columbia, S. C. 
WILLIAM D. GILBERT (2) . . Florence, S. C. 
BRUCE H. GILBERTSON (3) . . Plainfield. N.J. 
GEORGE M. GILCHRIST (I) . Orangeburg, S. C. 
HOWARD T. GILCHRIST (2) . Williston, S. C. 

WILLIAM P. GILCHRIST (3) . Rock Hill, S. C. 
CATHERINE A. GILDEN (I ) . . Walhalla. S. C. 

ALAN S. GILL (2) Greenville. S. C. 

DOUGLAS A. GILL (I ) . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
NICHOLAS H. GILL (I) . . . Rock Hill. S. C. 
R. MICHAEL GILL (2) . . . . Atlanta. Ga. 



CHEREE L. GILLESPIE (2) . 
MARGUERITA M. GILLESPIE 
VIRGINIA L. GILLESPIE (I) 
JACK W. GILLETTE (I) . 
THOMAS C. GILLIAM (I) 
ROBIN E. GILLINGHAM (I) 

CHERIE L. GILREATH (I) . 
MIKE K. GILREATH (2) . . 
DAVID G. GIL-STRAP (3) . 
JUDY B. GILSTRAP (2) . . 
JUNE Y. GILSTRAP (2) . . 
L. EARL GILSTRAP (3) . . 



Washington, D. C. 

I ) Anderson, S. C. 

. . Easley, S. C. 

Edwards AFB. Calif. 

. . Aiken, S. C. 

Clemson. S. C. 

Travelers Rest. S. C. 

Piedmont, S. C. 

. . Brevard. N. C. 

. . Pickens, S. C. 

. . Pickens, S. C. 

. . Easley. S. C. 



RICHARD H. GILSTRAP (2) 
ROBERT W. GIST, JR. (2) 
HERBERT J. GITHENS (I) 
ROSS E. GIUNTA (3) . 
WARREN T. GIVENS (3) . 
WILLIAM H. GLADDEN (2 



Easle 

Unic 



. s. c. 
, s. c. 

;mnaminson, N.J. 

Fair Lawn, N.J. 

. Sumter, S, C. 

Winnsboro. S. C. 




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UNDERGRADUATES 



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EDWARD L. GLASS (2) . 
THOMAS L GLEATON (2] 
CHARLES J. GLENN, JR. (3) 
E. ANNE GLENN (3) . . . 
EMILY J. GLENN (2) . . 
JOHN W. GLENN (2) . . 



LUCY M. GLENN (I) . 
RONALD E. GLENN (3) 
STEPHEN G. GLENN (2) 
THOMAS N. GLENN (I) 
JOHN A. GLINN (3) . 
EBEN D. GODBOLD (3) 

MOULTRIE R. GODFREY 
PETER L. GOEBEL (2) 
ROBERT P. GOEHLE (2) 
LARRY N. GOFF (2) . 
DAVID H. GOLLY (3) . 
JAMES B. GOOCH (3) 



EDWARD G. GOODE (I) 
JAY W. GOODMAN (2) . 
M. CELESTE GORDON [3] 
WILLIAM E. GORDON (3 
JOHN A. GOSNELL (I) 
NICHOLAS E. GOSSETT (: 

W. JOEL GOSSETT (2) . 
SAM E. GRADY (2) . . 
CHARLES A. GRAHAM (: 
JOEL G. GRAHAM (I) . 
JOHN D. GRAHAM (2) . 
LINDSAY B. GRAHAM (I 



Clemson, S. C. 
Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
. . . Union, S.C. 
. Anderson, S.C. 
. Anderson, S.C. 
. Wayhan. N. C. 

. . Newark, Del. 

. Clemson, S.C. 

. . Starr, S.C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

Richmond, Va. 

Florence. S. C. 

. Charleston, S. C. 
Lancaster, S. C. 
. Walhalla.S. C. 
. Winnsboro, S. C. 
. Jacksonville, Fla. 
. . Central, S.C. 



. . . Wyclcoff, N.J. 

. . . Charleston, S. C. 

. . . Sumter, S. C. 

) . . Charleston, S. C. 

. . Greenville, S.C. 

I) . . Greenville, S.C. 

Calhoun, Ga. 

. . Columbia, S.C. 

I] . Spartanburg, S. C. 

Yardley, Pa. 

Charleston Hgts., S. C. 
... Timonium, Md. 



OSCAR D. GRAHAM (2) . 
ROBERT L. GRAHL (I) . . 
WANDA S. GRAINGER (I) 
ANDREW C. GRAMLING (3) 
HASKELL E. GRANT (3) . 
KENNETH D. GRANT (3) . 

MICHAEL L. GRANT (2) . 

RONALD W. GRANT (I] . 

WALTER T. GRANT (3] . . 

HERBERT G. GRANTHAM (3] 

MARTHA J. GRAVLEY (I) . 

BLAINE E. GRAY. JR. (2) . Winston-Salem. N. C. 



. . Mt. Ulla, N. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
. . . Loris. S.C. 
. Orangeburg, S. C. 
. . Pickens, S.C. 
Pickens, S. C. 

Seneca, S. C. 

. . Pickens, S. C. 

. Chester, S. C. 

N. Charleston, S. C. 

. . Greenville, S. C. 



GEORGE M. GRAY (3) 
ROBERT W. GRAY (I) 
DAVID L. GREEN (3) 
JERRY B. GREEN (3) . 
JOHN W. GREEN (3) 
NANCY C. GREEN (21 



Martinez. Ga. 

Easley, S. C. 

Lynchburg, S. C. 

Graniteville, S. C. 

. Beaufort, S. C. 

Central, S. C. 



RONALD L. GREEN (3] . . . Greenville, S. C. 
ZOLLIE C. GREEN (I) . . . . Turbeville. S. C. 
FRANCIS J. GREENE III (I] . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
JOHN B. GREENE (2) .... Greenville, S. C. 
JAMES M. GREENWOOD (3) . Greenville. S. C. 
JAMES R. GREER (3) . 



Spartanburg, S. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 

. . Danville, Va. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

E RAWSON GRIFFIN (2) . North Augusta, S. C. 



DANNY E. GREGG (3) . 
HARRISON B. GREGORY 
MAX P. GREGORY (2) . 
THOMAS W. GREY (3) . 
D. KAY GRIFFIN (II . . 



JOHN D. GRIFFIN [1) . . 


Pomaria. S. C. 


RANDALL P. GRIFFIN (3) . 


. . Six Mile, S. C. 


JOHN D. GRIFFITH (3) . 


. . Barnwell, S. C. 


KEITH H. GRIFFITH (2) . . 


Batesburg, S. C. 


WILLIAM J. GRIFFITH (2) . 


Saluda, S. C. 


CHARLEY C. GRIGGS, JR. ( 


) . Hartsville, S. C. 


JAMES M. GRIGGS (3) . . 


. Hartsville, S. C. 


BARRY E. GROFIC (1) . . . 


. N.Versailles, Pa. 


STEVEN A. GROOVER (3) . 


. . East Point, Ga. 


LINDA S. GRUBB (2) . . 


Seneca, S. C. 


ROBY W. GRUBBS (2) . . 


. . Denmark, S. C. 


CECILE A. GUERRY (2) . . Moncks Corner, S. C. 


DICKSON B. GUILE. JR. (1) 


. Huntington, N. Y. 


KENNETH J. GUTSHAW (2) 


. Port Wash., N.Y. 


JOHN M. HAAS (3) . . . 


. Charleston, S. C. 


ROBIN J. HADDEN (2) . . 


. . . Elgin, III. 


ARTHUR L. HADDOCK (3) 


. . Clemson, S. C. 


ALECIA A. HADDON (3) . 


. . Donalds, S. C. 


ALICE M. HADDON (3) . . 


. . Donalds, S.C. 


MARK R. HAFEN (1) . . . 


McLean, Va. 


GEORGE E. HAGAN (1) . . 


. Charleston, S. C. 


SAVERIO HAGOOD (1) . . 


. Philadelphia, Pa. 


GEORGE M. HAILE (1) . . 


. . Savannah, Ga. 


FRANCES M. HAINES (1) . 


. Columbia, S. C. 


BRADFORD L. HAIR (2) . 


Bedford, Mass. 


H. GARRETT HALE (2) . . L 


ghthouse Point, Fla. 


THOMAS R. HALE (1) . . 


Baltimore, Md. 


WILLIAM R. HALE (1) . . 


. Millinocket, Me. 


DAVID F. HALL (3) . . . 


Pennsville, N. J. 


DAVID N. HALL (3) ... 


. Mt. Ulla, N. C. 


JAMES D. HALL (2) . . 


N.Augusta, S.C. 


J. DAVID HALL (2) . . . 


Florence, S. C. 


JAMES E. HALL (3) . . . 


Anderson, S. C. 


THOMAS G. HALL (1) . . 


. . Canton, N. C. 


TURNER C. HALL (1) . . 


. Mt. Ulla, N.C. 


W. PRESTON HALL (3) . . 


. Shaw AFB, S.C. 


WILLIAM W. HALL (1) . 


. Brevard, N.C. 


LOWELL M. HALLMAN (2) 


. . Gilbert, S.C. 


J. CRAIG HALMAN (2) . 


. . Norfolk, Va. 


RICHARD S. HALPERN (1) 


. Huntington, N.Y. 


THOMAS L HALSEY (1) . . 


. Charleston, S. C. 


SHEILA G. HALSTEAD (2) . 


. Charleston, S. C. 


CHARLES L. HALTIWANGER 


2) . W. Cola., S.C. 


KENDALL A. HALTIWANGER 


2) Little Mtn., S.C. 


PAUL A. HAMBRIGHT (1) . 


. . Grover, N. C. 


JOHN M. HAMES (1) . . 


. . Chesnee, S. C. 


DONALD H. HAMILTON (2) 


Easley, S. C. 


NANCY E. HAMILTON (1) 


. . Clifton, N.J. 


NORMAN B. HAMILTON (3) 


Newport News, Va. 


RUSSELL J. HAMILTON (1) . 


Daytona Beach, Fla. 


SHERRIL L. HAMM (2) . . 


. Charleston, S. C. 


TOM V. HAMMOND (2) . . 


. . Modoc, S. C. 


WILLIAM H. HAMMOND (3) 


. Greenwood, S. C. 


JERRY L. HAMPTON (1) . 


Laurens, S. C. 


JAMES R. HANAHAN (3) . 


. . . Atlanta, Ga. 


ELIZABETH C. HANCOCK (3 


. . . Olney, Md. 


KEITH H. HANCOCK (1) . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


FRANCIS S. HANE (2) . . 


. Ft. Motte, S. C. 


CHARLES P. HANNA (1) . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


SHARON K. HANNA (1) . 


. Gastonia, N. C. 










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JOHN F. HANZEL (3) . . 
GWYNN L. HARDEE (I] . 
KATHY L HARDEE (I) . 
HOWARD W. HARDER (I) 
JAMES C. HARDIN (2) . 
STEVE F. HARDIN (I) . . 



Greensboro, N. C. 

. . Loris, S.C. 

. Hartsville, S. C. 

Sumter, S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 

. Canton, N. C. 



BEN W. HARDING (I) McBee.S.C. 

NELSON L. HARDWICK (I) Galivants Ferry, S. C. 
WILLIAM T. HARDWICK (I) . . Conway, S. C. 
THOMAS R. HARE (I) , . . Leesville, S. C. 
THOMAS C. HARMON (I) . . Lexington, S. C. 
JEREL D. HARMON (3) . . . Prosperity, S. C. 



LEON C. HARMON (3) . 
LEON E. HARMON (I) . 
BERNARD C. HARPER (3) 
LARRY O. HARPER (3) . 
MARGARET A. HARPER (2] 
REGINALD H. HARPER (2) 



ROBERT N. HARPER (I) . 
CHARLES W. HARRELL (3) 
JOE S. HARRELL (3) . . 
RICHARD L. HARRELL (I) 
J. MELINDA HARRELSON (I 
NANCY E. HARRINGTON (3 

CHERYL L. HARRIS (2) . 
GERALD S. HARRIS (I) . 
JOHN R. HARRIS (3) . . 
MICHAEL P. HARRIS (3) . 
CHARLES L. HARRISON (3) 
CHARLES W. HARRISON (3] 

DAVID W. HARRISON (2) . 
DIANNE R. HARRISON (2) 
HENRY M. HARRISON (2) 
JOAN M. HARRISON (2) . 
PAMELA A. HARRISON (2) 
POWELL B. HARRISON (I) 



. Lexington, S. C. 
Cayce, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 
Charlotte, N. C. 
. Marlton, N.J. 
Charleston, S. C. 



Greenwood, S. C. 

. Columbia, S.C. 
Columbia, S. C. 

Morristown, Tenn. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
. Canal Point, Fla. 

. . Atlanta. Ga. 
. Abbeville. S.C. 
Westminster, S.C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
. . Clemson, S. C. 
. . Central. S.C. 



larrisonburg, Va. 
. Aiken, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
. Kline, S.C. 
Columbia, S.C. 



JAMES H. HARROLD (I) . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
STEVEN J. HARROWER (3) . . . Clemson, S. C. 
ANNE L. HARSHMAN (I) . . . Clemson, S. C. 
DONALD E. HART (I) . . Winston-Salem, N. C. 

JOEL D. HART (2) Newark, N.J. 

RICHARD M. HART (3) . . . Mauldin, S. C. 



CLAUDE J. HARTRIDGE (I) 
M LENOIR HARTZLER (3) . 
BRUCE R. HARVEY (3) . . 
RICK A. HARVEY (I) . . 
RICHARD J. HARVIE (I) . 
RICHARD S. HARWELL (I) 

MARCUS D. HARWOOD (I 
ALFORD HASELDEN (3) 
GEORGE L. HASELDEN (I) 
JULIAN C. HASELDEN (2) 
SANDRA HASH (2) . . . 



. Atlanta, Ga. 
. Camden, S. C. 
Greenwood, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

. Natick, Mass. 
. Allendale, S.C. 



Cle 



an, S.C. 



Charleston, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 
. Scranton, S. C. 
Greenville, S.C. 
WILLIAM H. HASSKAMP (3) . Bennettsville, S. C. 



WILLIAM P. HASTY (I) 
CHARLES S. HATFIELD ( 
ANNE-MARIE HAVENGA 
WILLIAM T. HAVENS (2) 
CARL W. HAWKINS (2) 
EDNA F. HAWKINS (I) 



. . Charleston, S. C. 
) . Walterboro, S. C. 
(2) . Somerville, N.J. 
. . . Columbia, S.C. 
West Columbia, S.C. 
. . . Central, S. C. 



ETHEL J. HAWKINS (3) . 
PHILLIP V. HAWKINS (2) . 
ALLEN R. HAWTHORNE (2) 
ROBERT F. HAWTHORNE (2) 
JAMES H. HAY (3) . . . 
GEORGE O. HAYES (2) . 

JOE F. HAYES (I) . . . 
JOE T. HAYES (3) . . . . 
LINDA E. HAYES (3) . . 
PAMELA A. HAYES (I) . . 
PHILIP R. HAYES (3) . . 
WAYNE L. HAYES (2) . . 

JIMMIE HAYNIE (I) . . . 
SAMUEL M. HAZEL (2) . . 
FORD W. HEACOCK (I) . 
KATHY R. HEAD (I) . . 
DONALD J. HEALY (I) . . 
WILLIAM M. HEATH (3) . 



Central. S. C. 
Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
. . . Salem, Va. 
. Greenwood, S. C. 
Clemson, S. C. 
. Anderson, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

. . Dillon, S. C. 

Taylors, S. C. 

Tabor City, N. C. 

Mayo, S. C. 

. Wellford, S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 

Hampton, S. C. 

. . Sebring, Fla. 

Greenville, S. C. 

. . Atlanta, Ga. 

. Lancaster, S. C. 



MALCOLM E. HEATON 
LARRY D. HEFNER (3) 
JOHN C. HEINEMANN 
AUGUST E, HEINS (3) 
MICHAEL D. HELLAMS 
CHRIS W. HENDERSON 

DANIEL L. HENDERSON (I) 
GROVER C. HENDERSON (2) 
JAMES A. HENDERSON (3) , 
LANDRUM H. HENDERSON ( 
SUSAN B. HENDERSON (3) 
WILLIAM R. HENDERSON (I) 

JACK N. HENDRIK (2) . . 
MICHAEL L. HENDRIK (2) 
GEORGE B. HENDRICKS (3) 
PETER A. HENDRICKS (I) . 
PHIL L. HENDRICKS (3) . 
STEPHEN E. HENDRICKS (3] 

LARRY L. HENDRICKSON (I) . . Clemson. S. C. 
CHARLES M. HENDRIX (3) . . Greenville, S. C. 
JAMES C. HENDRIX (I) . . . . Greer, S. C. 
JAMES D. HENDRIX (3) . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
JONATHAN R. HENDRIX (2) . . Chester, S. C. 
RICHARD E. HENKEL 13) . . Waynesboro, Va. 



. . Anderson, S. C. 
. Charlotte, N. C. 
. Georgetown, S. C. 
. . Clemson, S. C. 
Laurens, S. C. 
New Canaan, Conn. 

. . . Dumfries, Va. 
. Greenwood. S. C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
) . Chester. S. C. 
. Anderson, S. C. 
Honea Path, S. C. 

Chesterfield, S. C. 
Conway. S. C. 
. . Bethune, S. C. 
. Madison, W. Va. 
Greer, S. C. 
. Columbia, S. C. 



LYNN H. HENNING (I) 
FORREST A. HENRIKSEN 
STEPHEN B. HENRIKSON 
DALE R. HENRY (3) . . . 
SALLY HENRY (I) . . . 
SARAH A. HENRY (I) 

JOHN L. HENSEL (3) . . 
CARL E. HENSON (3) . . 
GAIL HERIOT (2) . . . 
DAN M. HERLONG (3) . 
THOMAS H. HERLONG (I) 
JULIE A. HERNS (I) . . 



. . Greenville, S. C. 

3) . . . Palmyra, Pa. 

[3) E. Northport, N.Y. 

. Maggie Valley, N. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 

. Columbia, S. C. 

Seneca, S. C. 

Cayce, S. C. 

Johnston. S. C. 

. Johnston. S. C. 

Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 



CHICHI A. HERR (I) . 
CHARLES H. HERRON (2) 
JOHN R. HESTER (2) . 
MILTON S. HESTER (3) . 
RAYMOND J. HESTER (I) 
EDWARD H. HEUER (I) . 



Clemson, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 
Greenville. S. C. 
Greenville. S. C. 
. W. Pelzer, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 










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EDWARD H. HEUER (I) . . . Charleston. S. C. 
JOHN J. HEYRICH (I) . Upper Montclair, N. J. 
DAVID M. HICKLIN (I) . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
G. HERBERT HICKMAN (I) . . Lafayette, Ga. 
VICTOR R. HICKMAN, JR. (2) . Columbia. S. C. 
DONALD C. HICKS (3) . . Charleston, S. C. 

EDWARD B. HICKS (I) . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
KENNETH M. HICKS (I) . . . Oakland, N.J. 

JESSE C. HIERS (2) Gaffney, S. C. 

TERRY 0- HIERS (2) Bartow, Fla. 

EUGENE F. HIGGINS (3) . . Amityville, N. Y. 
RAYMOND F. HIGGINS (I) . Amityville, N. Y. 

CHARLES B. HILBURN (I) . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
WILLIAM G. HILDEBRAND (3) . Camden. S. C. 
GERALD E. HILES (3) . . . . Easley, S. C. 

JACK J. HILL (2) Seabrook. S. C. 

JACKI D. HILL (2) . . . . Piedmont. S. C. 
JOHN T. HILL (2) Laurens. S. C. 

PATSY S. HILL (I) Piedmont, S. C. 

REGINALD W. HILL (2) . . . Columbia, S. C. 
THOMAS C. HILL (I) . . . . Salisbury, Md. 
L. JUNE HILLIARD (I) . . . . Greer, S. C. 
ANTHONY R. HILTON (2) . . Hapeville, Ga. 
RONALD G. HIMMEL (3) . . Greenville, S. C. 

THOMAS J. HINCHMAN (I) Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

ANDREW H. HINES (3) . St. Petersburg, Fla. 

BRONI C. HINES (I) ... Simpsonville, S. C. 

KENNETH E. HINES (2) . . . . Macon, Ga. 

RICHARD J. HINES (2) . . Walterboro, S. C. 

BUFORD L. HINSON (I) . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 

JERRY R. HINSON (I) .... Pelzer, S. C. 
RODGER F. HINTON (3) . . . Pickens, S. C. 
ARNOLD J. HITE (I) .... Florence, S. C. 
EVERETT E. HITE III (I) . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
CURTIS L. HOBBS (3) . . . Lynchburg, S. C. 
MARY L. HOCKENBERRY (3) . Slippery Rock, Pa. 

JERRY W. HODGE (3) . . . Greenville. S. C. 
MARLENE HODGE (2) . . . Columbus. Ohio 
MICHAEL A. HODGE (2) . . . Sumter, S. C. 
JAMES E. HODGES (I) . . Ware Shoals, S. C. 
JOEL M. HOEFER (3) . . . Columbia, S. C. 
ANDREA HOFFORD (I) . . Charleston, S. C. 

STEPHEN W. HOFFMANN (I) . Cleveland. Tenn. 
CURTIS S. HOGAN, JR. (3) . Columb.a, S. C. 
SAMUEL W. HOGUE III (2) . Clemson. S. C. 
JAMES G. HOLBROOK, JR. (2) Gr'nsboro, N. C. 
JOSEPH S. HOLCOMBE (2) . . Greenville, S. C. 
MICHAEL G. HOLCOMBE (2) . Greenville, S. C. 

STEVEN W. HOLCOMBE (I) . . Easley. S. C. 
SUSAN G. HOLCOMBE (3) . . . Largo. Fla. 
SANDRA A. HOLDEN (3) . . Clemson, S. C. 
CAROL A. HOLDER (I) . . . Columbia. S. C. 
JACK L. HOLEMAN (2) . . Greenv.lle, S. C. 
W. HOWARD HOLL (2) . . Columb.a. S. C. 

WILLIAM P. HOLLAND (I) . . Anderson, S. C. 
LAURIE A. HOLLEMAN (3) . Summemlle, S. C. 
NANCY N. HOLLENBECK (I) . Town Creek, Ala. 
WILLIAM D. HOLLEY (2) . . . Augusta, Ga. 
ROBERT M. HOLLINGS (I) . Charleston, S. C. 
JOHN R. HOLLINGSWORTH ( I ) Anderson, S. C. 



CHARLES M. HOLMES (3) . N. Charleston, S. C. 



DAVID M. HOLMES (3) . 
JUDY A. HOLMES (I) . . 
LEWIS F. HOLMES (2) . . 
BRENDA E. HOLT (2) . . . 
DAVID WM. HOLT (I) . . 

CHARLES R. HOLROYD (I) 
STEVE G. HONDRAS (I) . 
PATRICIA L. HOOD (3) . 
RUSH W. HOOD, JR. (I) . 
WILLIAM M. HOOD (I) . 
MARY K. HOOPER (I) . . 

ROBERT E. HOOVER (I) . 
JAMES V. HOPKINS (I) . 
LINDA I. HOPKINS (2) . . 
RICHARD W. HOPKINS (2) 
STANLEY P. HOPKINS (2) . 
HENRY L. HOPPER (3) 



SUSAN R. HOPPER (I) . . 
DONALD J. HORRES (3) . 
JOHN J. HORRES (3) . . 
JOHN J. HORRES (3) . . 
DAN L. HORTON (I) . . . 
JOHN M. HORTON (I) . 

WALTER S. HORTON (I) . 
GERALD B. HOUGH (2) . . 
WM. BOYLESTON HOUSE (2) 
TIMOTHY D. HOUSTON (I ) 
JOHN P. HOWARD (I) . . 
NANCY M. HOWARD (I) . 

TIMOTHY K. HOWARD (2) 
FRANK D. HOWELL (3) . . 
PAUL R. HOWELL (I) . . 
CALVIN T. HOWLE (3) . . 
HARRY G. HOWLE (I) . . 
AUSTIN S. HUBBARD (I) . 

WILLIAM R. HUBBARD (I ) 
E. COLE HUCKABEE (2) . 
MIKE J. HUCKS (2) . . . 
ANNA R. HUDGENS (3) . 
THOMAS E. HUDGINS (3) 
NORMA A. HUDNALL (2) 



CHARLES J. HUDSON (2) 
WILLIAM M. HUDSON (2) 
CHARLES T. HUFF (I) . . 
CALVERT W. HUFFINES (2) 
FRED R. HUFFMAN (3) . 
JENNIFER E. HUFFMAN (2| 

JAMES W. HUGGINS (2| 
EDWARD M. HUGHES (3) 
ERNEST C. HUGHES (2) . 
JANIS D. HUGHES (I) . 
JOHN B. HUGHES, JR. (I) 
LEWIS C. HUGHES (I) . 

MARIE G. HUGHES (I) . 
MARIE G. HUGHES (I) . 
MARY K. HUGHES (I) 
PAUL HUGHES, JR. (3) . 
ROBIN V. HUGHES (I) . 
SIDNEY H. HUGHES (I) . 



. Gaffney, S. C. 

. Johnston, S. C. 

Trenton, S. C. 

. Piedmont, S. C. 

Orangeburg, S. C. 

Gramling. S. C. 

Florence, S. C. 

. Rock Hill, S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 
Williamston, S. C. 

Anderson. S. C. 

. Ridqeville. S. C. 

Jacksonville, Fla. 
. . Central. S. C. 
Portdeposit. Md. 
Greenville, S. C. 
N.Augusta, S. C. 



Greenville, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

John's Island. S. C. 

John's Island. S. C. 

. Ft. Meade, Md. 

Central, S. C. 

. Rock Hill, S. C. 
. Annapolis, Md. 
. Little Mtn., S. C. 
. . Easley, S. C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
Easley. S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Greer. S. C. 

. . Pickens, S. C. 

Lancaster, S. C. 

. Hartsville, S. C. 

. Clemson.S. C. 



Cle 



Dn.S. C. 



Greenwich, Conn. 

. . . Aynor, S. C. 

. Mountville, S. C. 

. . . Fairfax. Va. 

. . . Aiken, S. C. 

Conway, S. C. 

. Spartanburg, S. C. 

. Clemson, S. C. 

Southern Pines, N. C. 

Greenville. S. C. 

Zanesville, Ohio 

. . Kingstree, S. C. 
, . Pendleton. S. C. 

. . Clemson.S. C. 
. Taylors, S. C. 

. . Rock Hill, S. C. 
. . . Enoree. S. C. 

Taylors, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Charleston. S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 

. . Falls Curch.Va. 

. . Blenhein, S. C. 










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WILLIAM B. HUGHES (1) 


Cordova, S. C. 


NANCY HUGHSTON (1) 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


KENNETH R. HULL (3) . . 


. . Pickens, S. C. 


THOMAS C. HULSEY (1) . 


. Round O S. C. 


MORGAN R. HUMPHREYS (3 


Cheraw, S. C, 


THOMAS C. HUMPHRIES (3) 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


EDWARD C. HUNNICUTT (1) 


. Columbia, S.C 


ALV1N J. HURT (3) . . . 




DANIEL B. HUNT (2) . . . 


Isle oi Palms, S. C. 


DON C. HUNT (1) . . . 


Greenville, S. C 


IRVING W. HUNT (3) . . 


. Columbia, S.C 


JAMES M. HUNT (1) . . 


. Elberton, Ga 


ROBERT T. HUNT (3) . . . 


Spartanburg, S. C 


WILLIAM A. HUNT (2) . . 


Washington. N. C 


WILLIAM C. HUNT (1) . . 


Knoxville. Tenn 


GEORGIA E. HUNTER (3) . 


. Brevard, N. C 


WINTON W. HUNTER (2) . 


Orangeburg, S. C 


CHARLES L. HUNTLEY (1) . 


Greenwood, S. C 


WILLIAM B. HUNTLEY (1) . 


Taylors, S. C 


JENNY L. HURLEY (2) . . 


Greenville, S. C 


FREEMAN E. HUSKEY (2) . Vv 


est Columbia, S. C 


THELMA G. HUSKEY (2) . 


. Greenville. S.C 


WALTER M. HUTCHINS (3) . 


Spartanburg, S. C 


JOSEPH HUTCHINSON (1) 


. . Estill, S.C 


LAWRENCE R. HUTCHINSON 


(2) Rock Hill, S.C 


THOMAS M. HUTCHINSON (2) . Atlanta, Ga 


ROBERT J. HUTNIK (1) . R 


dgefield Park, N.J 


EDWARD A. HUTTO (1) . . 


Orangeburg, S. C 


GLENN R. HUTTO (2) . . 


. . North, S.C 


K. JEAN HUTTO (1) . . . 


Charleston, S. C 


SUSAN NELSON HUTTO (2) 


Charleston, S. C 


L. RICHARD HYATT (3) . 


. Pauline, S.C 


AMOS HYKES (3) . . . . 


Taylors, S. C 


MICHAEL C. IMPERIALE (2) 


. Menlo Park, N.J 


FRANK H. INGLE (2) . . 


Jacksonville, Fla 


MARGARETE A. INGRAM (2) 


. Greenville. S. C 


WILLIAM B. IRONS (1 ) . . 


. Newberry. S. C 


JOHN W. IRVING (3) . Ber 


keley Heights, N.J 


MARILYN D. ISENHOUR (1) 


. Norwood, N. C 


MARY F. IVESTER (2) . . 


Greenville, S. C 


WILLIAM A. IVESTER (3) . 


Greenville, S. C 


DANNY C. IVEY (3) . . . 




CHARLES J. JACKSON (1) . 


Summerville. S. C 


DONALD F. JACKSON (3) . 


Greer, S. C 


EDWIN B. JACKSON (1) . 


Batesburg, S. C 


EVELYN C. JACKSON (3) . 


. Camden, S. C 


JAMES G. JACKSON (1) 


Hampton, S. C 


JOHN L. JACKSON (1) . . 


Orangeburg, S. C 


LELAND A. JACKSON (3) . 


. Batesburg, S. C 


RANDOLPH J. JACKSON (1) 


Camden, S. C 


JUDITH A. JACOB (1) . . 


Charleston, S. C 


GEORGE D. JACOBS (2) . 


. Gastoma.N.C 


MATTHEW R. JAGUSAK (1) 


. Cranford. N. J 


ALEXANDER C. JAMES (3) 


Columbia, S. C 


HAROLD S. JAMES (3) . . 


. . Union, S.C 


JAMES F. JAMES (3) . . 


Sumter, S. C 


JOSEPH D. JAMES (3) . . 


. . Aiken, S.C 


GEORGE R. JAMESON (2) . 


Easley, S. C 


JOHN D. JAMESON (1) . 


Ridgeland, S. C 


JUDY G. JAMESON (2) . . 


Easley, S. C 



LAKE H. JAMESON (2) . 


Clemson, S. C 


GEORGE E. JAMISON (1) 


Macon, Ga 


DANIEL A. JANER (1) . . 


. Rio Piedras, P. R 


ELIZABETH L. JARRARD (2) 


. Marietta, S.C 


WILLIAM S. JARRELL (3) . 


Georgetown, S. C 


MICHAEL W. JARVIS (1) 


. Rock Hill, S.C 


JOHN H. JAY (3) . . . 


Douglasville, Ga 


ROBERT R. JAY (2) . . . 


. Greenwood, S. C 


BILL R. JEFFCOAT (2) . . 


Swansea, S. C 


BILLY J. JENKINS (2) . . 


. . Clover, S.C 


JEANNE R. JENKINS (2) . 


. Columbia, S.C 


JOHN K. JENKINS (1) 


. . . Erie. Pa 


MICHAEL W. JENKINS (1) 


. Lancaster, S.C 


WALTER T. JENKINS III (2) 


. Rock Hill, S.C 


WAYNE B. JENKINS (1) . 


. Westville, N. J 


DAVID C. JENNINGS (1) . 


Spartanburg, S. C 


DAVID G. JENNINGS (2) 


. Abbeville, S.C 


JAMES D. JENNINGS (3) . 


. . Sumter, S.C. 


JAMES K. JENNINGS (1) . 


Spartanburg, S. C 


WAYNE D. JENNINGS (3) . 


. Stratford, Conn 


GLENNA J. JESTER (1) . . 


Anderson, S. C 


CHARLES J. JOHNSON (1) 


. Beech Island, S. C 


ELIZABETH C. JOHNSON (1) 


Columbia, S.C 


GORDON B. JOHNSON (1) 


. Newberry, S. C 


GREGORY S. JOHNSON (1) 


. Asheville, N. C 


HENRY G. JOHNSON (1) 


Walterboro, S. C 


JAMES M. JOHNSON (2) 


. Walhalla, S. C 


JAMES W. JOHNSON (1) 


. . Sumter, S. C 


JOHN L. JOHNSON (1) . 


Florence, S. C. 


MILLEDGE A. JOHNSON (3 


. Clemson, S.C 


ROBERT A. JOHNSON (1) 


. Columbia. S. C 


ROBERT A. JOHNSON (1) 


. Columbia, S. C 


ROBERT M. JOHNSON (3) 


. . . York. S.C 


WALTER J. JOHNSON (3) . 


Columbia, S. C. 


ERNEST B. JOHNSTON. JR. 


2) . Belton, S. C 


ALICE L. JONES (2) . . 


Clemson, S. C. 


BARRY W. JONES (1) . . 


. . Florence, S. C. 


CHAFEE JONES III (2) . . 


. Darlington. S.C. 


CHARLES D. JONES (1) . 


. Bishopville, S. C. 


DANIEL H. JONES (3) . . 


N.Charleston, S. C. 


DAWN C. JONES (2) 


. . . Aiken, S.C. 


EDDY R. JONES (2) . . 


Marietta, S. C. 


GEORGE B. JONES (2) . . 


. . Belton, S.C 


GEORGE S. JONES (2) 


vioncks Corner, S. C 


GEORGE T. JONES (3) 


. . Lons, S. C. 


GREGORY A. JONES (3) . 


. Anderson, S. C 


JAMES C. JONES, JR. (1) . 


Lancaster, S. C 


JANIE P. JONES (3) . . . 


. Columbia. S.C. 


JIMMY M. JONES (2) . . 


Anderson, S. C 


JOE K. JONES, JR. (3) . . 


. Greenville, S.C 


JOHN B. JONES (3) . . . 


. Charleston, S. C. 


LENNOX K. JONES (3) . . 


. Anderson. S. C 


MICHAEL L. JONES (2) . 


Greenville, S. C 


OSCAR A. JONES (2) . . 


. . Fort Mill, S.C 


PAULA L. JONES (1) . . 


Charleston, S. C 


ROBERT J. JONES (3) . . 


Clemson, S. C 


RONALD E. JONES (2) . . 


. . P.ckens, S. C 


RONALD L. JONES (2) . 


NewCarrollton, Md 


STEPHEN W. JONES (1) . 


Camden, S. C 


TERESA M. JONES (2) . . 


Spartanburg, S. C 




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UNDERGRADUATES 






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WILLIAM J. JONES (I] 
ZONNIE JONES (2) . . 
ALAN P. JORDAN (I) . 
LARRY V. JORDAN (3) . 
LEWIS A. JORDAN (3) . 
LEONARD R. JORDAN (2) 

WILLIAM L. JORDAN (3) 
PATRICE A. JORDY (2) 
JOHN W. JOSEY (3) . 
THOMAS W. JOYCE (I) 
CHARLES M. JOYE (2) . 
PHILIP H. JUMPER (3) 

HERBERT C. JUNG (2) . 
BARBARA R. JUSTICE (I) 
ROBERT B. KANE (I) . 
JOHN M. KAPP (2) . . 
HYMAN KARESH (2) . 
WILLIAM R. KARPIK 12) 



WILLIAM B. KARST (I) . 
DIANE A. KASSAB (I) . 
WESLEY J. KAVANAGH (2) 
FRED S. KAY (I) . . . 
LYNDA A. KAY (I) . . 
WILLIAM A. KAY (I) . . 

WILSON J. KAY (I) . . 
KENNETH D. KEATING (2) 
MICHAEL J. KEBLES (2) 
MARGARET E. KEE (3) . 
NANCY E. KEE (2) . . . 
ROBERT G. KEEFE, JR. (I) 



Charleston, S. C. 
Simpsonville, S. C. 

. Mauldm, S. C. 
. . Belton.S. C. 
Myrtle Beach, S. C. 
. Columbia, S. C. 

, Greenville, S. C. 

La Porte, Texas 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

Richmond, Va. 

Columbia, S. C. 

Swansea, S. C. 



Wyomissing, Pa. 
Walhalla.S. C. 
Columbia, S. C. 
Columbia. S. C. 
. Burton. S. C. 
Anderson, S. C. 



BRADFORD L. KEENEY (3) 
DOUGLASS M. KEIPER (I 
CANDICE B. KEITH (I) . 
REMBERT M. KEITH (I) 
NICK J. KELAIDIS (3) . 
GARY A. KELLER (I) . . 



JAMES E. KELLER (I) . 
PAUL B. KELLETT (I) . 
JAMES P. KELLETT (3) . 
JEFFREY D. KELLEY (2) 
JAMES W. KELLEY (3) 
WILLIAM J. KELLEY (I) 



BUTLER N. KELLY (I) . . , 
PATRICIA A. KELLY (I) . . 
WALTER T. KELLY (2) . . 
JAMES P. KELSEY (3) . . 
LARRY T. KEMMERLIN (3) 
THOMAS B. KENDRICK (2) 

JANET L. KENNEDY (2) 
DANNY A. KENNERLY (I) 
MARY C. KENNERTY (I) . 
STEVEN R. KEREKANICH (2) 
TIMOTHY J. KERNEN (2) . 
M. DIANE KERR (2) . . . 

NELSON T. KESSLER (I) . 
ANN E. KESTER (3) . . . 
KATHRYN E. KEYS (2) . . 
MICHAEL P. KEYS (2) . . 
WILLIAM D. KIMBRELL (3) 
RAYMOND R. KIMMITT (2) 



Greenville, S. C. 

Florence, S. C. 

. . Bronx, N.Y. 

. . Belton.S. C. 

. Pendleton, S. C. 

. Columbia, S. C. 

. Anderson, S. C. 

Winthrop, Mass. 

Somerville, N. J. 
. Rock Hill, S. C. 
. Rock Hill, S. C. 
. Ft. Motte, S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 

Shrewsbury, N. J. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

. . Lugoff, S. C. 

. Athens. Greece 

Greenville, S. C. 

Charleston. S. C. 
. . Enoree, S. C. 
Fountain Inn, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 
. . Olanta, S. C. 
. Hartsville. S. C. 



Columbia. S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Columbia, S. C. 
. Pickens, S. C. 
Columbia, S. C. 
Stone Mtn., Ga. 



Charleston, S. C. 

Orangeburg, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

. Columbia, S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 

. Greenville, S. C. 

. Greenville, S. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 

. Walhalla, S. C. 

. Walhalla.S. C. 

. . Sumter, S. C. 

. . Liberty, S. C. 



HUBERT I. KINARD (3) 
ALAN C. KING (I) . . 
DEBORAH J. KING (I) 
EDWARD E. KING (I) 
GEORGE R. KING (I | . 
JAMES H. KING (I) . 

JAMES M. KING (I) . 
JOHNNY T. KING (I) . 
JULIA T. KING (2) . 
MICHAEL E. KING (3) 
RICHARD L. KING (2) . 
ROACHEL D. KING (3) 

ROSWELL D. KING (2) 
STEVEN R. KING (I) . 
TED D. KING (2) . . 
THOMAS M. KING (I) 
JAMES R. KINGMAN (2 
RONALD W. KINNEY (2) 



COY C. KIRBY (I) . . . 
JANICE L. KIRBY (2) . . 
JERRILU KIRK (I) . . . . 
MARY K. KIRK (2) . . . . 
DEBORAH J. KIRKLAND (I) 
MARGARET N. KIRKLAND (3] 

STANLEY V. KISER (I) . . 
KATHRYN KITTEL (I) . . . 
ROGER G. KIVETT (2) . . 
CHRISTINA KLASS (I) . . 
BRIAN L. KLAPMAN (2) . 
KIMBERLY E. KLEINSCHMIDT 

TED M. KLEMETTI (3) . . 
JOHN M. KLINCK (2) . . 
JAMES A. KNIGHT (3) . . 
LEWIS A. KNIGHT (I ) . . 
MARSHA J. KNIGHT (I) . 
SUSAN LYNN KNIGHT (2) 



J. LEE KNOWLAND (2) 
ROBERT R. KNOWLES ( 
FRANK R. KNOX (2) . 
LARRY R. KNOX (2) . 
PAMELA B. KNOX (I) . 
JOHN B. KNUDSON (l| 



Prosperity, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

, Anderson, S. C. 

. Hartsville, S. C. 

. . Pelzer, S. C. 

Concord, Calif. 

. Hartsville, S. C. 

Gray Court, S. C. 

Westminster, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Newmgton, Conn. 

Society Hill, S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 

Chesterfield, S. C. 

. Columbia, S. C. 

Darlington, S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 

. Charleston, S. C. 



Darlington, S. C. 

. Clinton, S. C. 

Easley, S. C. 

Lancaster, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Bamberg, S. C. 



Orangeburg, S. C. 

Simpsonville, S. C. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

. Columbia, S. C. 

. Camden, S. C. 

(I) Annandale, Va. 

. North Miami, Fla. 

. Columbia, S. C. 

. Gray Court, S. C. 

. Lancaster, S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 

. Clemson, S. C. 

. Charlotte, N.C. 

. Anderson, S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

. . Babylon, N. Y. 



ROBERT E. KOCH (I) . . . Newberry, S. C. 

DAVID A. KOCZAN Edison, N.J. 

ALBERT R. KOON (I) . . . . Chapm. S. C. 
PATRICK L KOPPEL (2) . . . Columbia, S. C. 
CARLOTTA KORNAHRENS (I) Summerville, S. C. 
JOSEPH S. KORVICK (I) .... Miami. Fla. 



DAVID M. KOSS (3) . . 
JUDITH A. KOSSLER (3) 
MARY E. KOSSLER (I) . 
STEVE KOVALENKO (2) 
EDWARD P. KOZIOL (I) 
JUDSON A. KRAFT (3) . 



. Amawalk. N.Y. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

. Millville, N.J. 

River Forest, III. 

Miami Springs, Fla. 



CHARLES J. KREIDLER (2) . Moorestown, N. J. 
GEORGE R. KREIGSMAN (2) . . Eustis, Fla. 
JAMES T. KRIER (I) . . . Haddonfield, N. I. 
JAMES W. KRONBERG (3) . Wedgefield, S. C. 
PAUL 0- KRUEGER (2) . Charleston AFB, S. C. 
JANET E. KUKELKORN (I) . Orangeburg, S. C. 





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UNDERGRADUATES 
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ELTON M. LACHICOTTE (1) 


. . Lugoff. S.C. 


MICHAEL J. LACIKA (1) . 


. . Franklin, N.J. 


THOMAS A. LADD (1) 


. . . Blair, S.C. 


JAMES L LaFOY (3) . . 


. Greenv.lle, S. C. 


DARRELL R. LAKE (1) . . 


. Columbia, S.C. 


KEITH D. LAKE (2) . . . 


Prosperity, S. C. 


EDWARD M. LAMAR (2) . 


. Easley, S. C. 


BROADUS P. LAMB (1) . 


Callison, S. C. 


THOMAS E. LANDON (1) . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


GEORGE E. LANDRETH (1) 


Augusta, Ga 


GEORGE N. LANDRUM (1) 


Anderson, S. C 


RICHARD V. LANDRUM (3) 


N.Charleston, S.C. 


JOHN W. LANEY (3) . . 


Clemson, S. C 


LARRY W. LANEY (2) . . 


Monroe. N. C 


JULIANNE LANFORD (2) . 


Pickens, S. C 


KENNETH W. LANFORD (3) 


. Spartanburg, S. C 


MARION E. LANGFORD (3) 


. Orangeburg, S. C 


DAVID R. LANGLEY (1) . 


Greenville, S. C 


E. B. LANGLEY (3) . . . 


Greenville, S. C 


JEFF T. LANGLEY (2) . . 


. Charlotte, N. C 


RODNEY M. LANGLEY (2) 


. Darlington, S. C 


GREGORY G. LANGSTON ( 


) . Florence, S. C 


DAVID J. LANK (3) . . . 




JENNIFER J. LARGEY (2) . 


. . Trenton, N.J 



CHARLIE M. LARK (I) 
WILSON A. LATHAM (2) 
JAMES W. LATHAN (I) 
CHARLES E. LATIMER (2] . . 
GREGORY T. LATIN (2) . . 
JAMES P. LATIN (I) . . . 

KEITH D. LATTIMER (I) . . 
TOMMY J. LATTIMORE (2) . 
VIRGINIA A. LATTIMORE (2) 
WILLIAM J. LAUBACK (3) . 
GREGORY D. LAUR (2) . . 
FRANCES L. LAUREY (3) . . 

STEPHEN E. LAURIE (2) . . 
BRUCE W. LAVENDER (2) . . 
WILLIAM T. LAVENDER (I) 
THOMAS R. LaVENIS (I) . 
GLENN J. LAWHON (I ) . 
WILLIAM N. LAWRENCE (I) 

TALMADGE LAWSON (I) 
FRANCIS A. LAWTON (3) . 
WINSON A. LAWTON (2) 
C. WAYNE LAY (3) . . . 
VALERIE D. LAYE (2) . 
ROBERT L. LAYNE (2) 



Easley, S. C. 

. Abbeville, S.C. 

Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

Bishopville, Z. C. 

. Glassport, Pa. 

Glassport, Pa. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Charleston, S. C. 

. Cold Duck, N.J. 

. Allentown, Pa. 

Summerv.lle.S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

. . . Eustis, Fla. 

. . Gaffney, S. C. 

New Zion, S. C. 

. Alexandria, Va. 

. Hartsville, S. C. 

RockvJIe. Md. 

. Bamberg. S. C. 

. Gastonia, N. C. 

. . Estill. S.C. 

Seneca. S. C. 

. Greenville, S.C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 



GRADY A. LAYTON (3) . 
JAMES MORGAN LEAGUE I 
WILLIAM G. LEAIRD (3) 
MARSHALL A. LEAMAN (3) 
DEXTER B. LECROY (2) . 
GARY J. LEDBETTER (I) . 



Timmonsv.lle, S.C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
Jefferson, S. C. 
Greenwood, S. C. 
. Walhalla, S. C. 
Summerville, S. C. 



CHARLES H. LEDFORD (3) . . Townville. S. C. 
JOHN L. LEDFORD (I) . . . . Clinton, S. C. 

CHARLES S. LEE (I) Conway, 3. C. 

FRANK C. LEE (3) Troy. S. C. 

MARK D. LEE III (I) . . . Spartanburg, S. C. 
MICHAEL G. LEE (2) .... Sanford, N. C. 



PEGGY E. LEE (3) .... Westminster. S. C. 

TONY H. LEE (2) Anderson, S. C. 

THOMAS G. LEGARE III (3) Yonges Island. S. C. 
PHILIP J. LEGNETTI (3) ... Brooklyn, N. Y. 
ARMISTEAD C. LEIGH (I) . . . McLean, Va. 
MARY E. LEITKE (2) .... Greenville, S. C. 

BILLY B. LELAND (2) . . . Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
KENNETH W. LELAND (I) . Wadmalaw Is., S. C. 
JOHN C. LEMACKS, JR. (3) . Walterboro. S. C. 
DAVID B. LeMASTER (I) . . . Gaffney, S. C. 
HAILE H. LeMASTER, JR. (I) . Gaffney, S. C. 
FRANCES E. LEONARD (2) . Greenville, S. C. 



PATTY A. LEOPARD (I) . 
JOAN K. LePREE (2) . . 
WILLIAM M. LEPTICH (I) 
LAWRENCE W. LESEMANN 
SUZANNE LESESNE (2) . 
VICKI L. LESLEY (I) . . 



. . Wilhston, S. C. 

Bradley Beach, N.J. 

Hagerstown, Md. 

3 ) Charleston, S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

Easley, S. C. 



H. STEPHEN LESLIE (2) . . . Abbeville. S. C. 
JOHN A. LESSLIE (3) .... Rock Hill. S. C. 
LINDA A. LEVER (I) .... Bethesda, Md. 
ROBERT T. LEVINE (2) .... Allentown, Pa. 

ALAN H. LEWIS (I) Conway, S. C. 

JAMES W. LEWIS (I) . . . Palm Beach, F!a. 

JOHN G. LEWIS (3) . . . . Greenville, S. C. 
KAREN L. LEWIS (2] .... Greenville, S. C. 
PAUL E. LEWIS, JR. (I) . N.Charleston, S.C. 
ROBERT B. LEWIS (I) .... Blue Bell, Pa. 

STAN R. LEWIS (2) A.ken, S.C. 

JOHN S. LIBBY (I) Easley, S.C. 

EDGAR D. LIDE (3) . . . . Hartsville, S. C. 

ROBERT E. LIDE (2) Augusta, Ga. 

HARRELL W. LIGON (I) . . Greenville. S. C. 
RODNEY K. LILLY (I) . . . Lake Wales, Fla. 
YOUNG S. LINDER III (I) . Walterboro. S. C. 
ARTHUR B. LINDLER III (3) . Columbia, S. C. 

ROBERT M. LINDLER (2) . . Columbia, S. C. 
JOHN L. LINDSAY, JR. (3) . Bennettsville. S. C. 
DONALD R. LINDSEY (3) . Bay Mmnette, Ala. 
ROBERT A. LINDSTEDT (2) . . Holly Hill, S. C. 
CHARLES F. LINE (2) . . . . Narberth, Pa. 
TORRE J. LIPPI (3) . . . West Pittston. Pa. 

JERRY A. LIPSCOMB (2) .... Union, S. C. 
JAMES D. LISKEY (3) . . . Harrisonburg. Va. 
DONNA S. LISENBY (2) . . . . Tucker. Ga. 
JOHN M. LITTLE (2) . . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
ERNEST F. LIVINGSTON (2) . . Swansea, S. C. 
MARY G. LIVINGSTON (I) . Summerton, S. C. 

JOSEPH S. LLOYD (2) . . . Darlington, S. C. 
WILLIAM H. LLOYD (I) .... Lyd.a, S. C. 
ERNEST L. LOCKE (I) .... Rock Hill. S. C. 
FREDDIE E. LOCKLAIR (I) . Charleston, S. C. 
PHYLLIS W. LOFTIS (2) . . . Anderson, S. C. 
JERRY L. LOLLIS (3) . . . . Clemson, S. C. 

SUSAN A. LOLLIS (2] . . . . Easley. S. C. 
DOMINICK R. LOMBARDO (2) . Stamford. Conn 
JOHN P. LOMBARDI (2) . . Smithtown, N. Y. 
KAREN E. LOMINACK (2) . . Newberry, S. C. 
JAMES G. LONG (2) . . . Newberry, S. C. 
JERRY G. LONG (I) . . . Greenville, S. C. 










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ROBERT S. LONG (2) . . 


. Charleston, S. C. 


STEVEN L LONG (1) . . 




THOMAS W. LONG (3) . 


. . Saluda, S. C. 


JAMES M. LONGSHORE (3 


. Newberry, S. C. 


DAVID W. LOONEY (2) . 


. Columbia, S. C. 


CHARLES N. LORD (2) . 


. Potsdam, N. Y. 


KENNETH D. LORE (1) . 


. Vineland, N.J. 


SAMUEL D. LOVE, JR. (3) 


. . Gastonla, N. C. 


MICHAEL L LOVELL (2) . 


Taylors, S. C. 


DONALD C. LOVETTE (3) . 


. Fair Bluff, N.C. 


RONNY L. LOWDER (2) . 


Sumter, S. C. 


JOSEPH W. LOWE (2) . . 


. N. Ellenton, S. C. 


EDWARD L. LOWTHER (I) 


. Ridgeland, S. C. 


JAMES L. LUCAS III (1) . 


Chester, S. C. 


SAL A. LUCIA (2) . . . . 




ANDREW W. LUCOT III (2) 


. . Edgewood, Md. 


MAUREEN H. LUDIAN (1) 


N. Kingstown, R. 1. 


FRANK E. LUNSFORD (1) . 


St. Simons Isld., Ga. 


BEVERLY A. LUSK (1) . . 


. Pendleton. S. C. 


CHARLES M. LUTHER (3) 


. Hartsville, S. C. 


STEPHEN L. LUTZ (1) . . 


. . Baltimore, Md. 


CURTIS W. LYBRAND (3) . Charleston Hgts., S. C. 


ARTHUR D. LYERLY (1) . 


. Johnsonville, S. C. 


DAVID L. LYLE. JR. (1) . . 


Travelers Rest, S. C. 


JASON M. LYNCH (3) . . 


. . Lynchburg, S. C. 


JOHN J. LYNCH (1) .... 


Tarpon Springs, Fla. 


LOUIS B. LYNN (3) . . . 


Darlington, S. C. 


THOMAS E. LYNN (2) . . 


. Winnsboro, S. C. 


LARRY C. McADAMS (1] . 


. . . Easley, S. C. 


LEWIS M. McALHANY (2) . 


. . Bamberg, S. C. 


THOMAS J. McARDLE, JR. (3) . Greenville, S. C. 


JOHN D. McCABE (3) . 


Kingstree, S. C. 


KEITH S. McCABE (3) . . 


Kingstree, S. C. 


TILGHMAN McCABE (1) . 


Easton, Md. 


WILLIAM M. McCABE (3) 


Kingstree, S. C. 


MARY J. McCALLUM (2) . 


. . Anderson, S. C. 


ROBERT S. McCANTS (2) . 


. Orangeburg, S. C. 


PHILIP L. McCLAIN (3) . 


. . Williston, S. C. 


WILLIAM R. McCLEAVE (3) 


. . Rock Hill, S. C 


WM. M. McCLELION (3) . 


N.Charleston, S. C 


ROBERT G. McCLESKEY (3) 


. . Greenville, S. C 


CAROL R. McCLINTOCK (1 


) . . Seneca, S. C 


HAROLD W. McCLINTOCK 


(3) . . Ora.S.C 


KIRK M. McCLOSKEY (3) 


Washington, D. C 


ANTHONY E. McCLURE (3) 


Johnson City, Tenn 


MICHAEL H. McCLURE (3) 


Sumter, S. C 


WILLIAM T. McCLURE (1) 


Gaffney, S. C 


GARY M. McCOMBS (2) . 


. . Greenville, S. C 


JOHN M. McCONNELL (3) 


. . Anderson, S. C 


KEITH 1. McCONNELL (3) 


Ephrata, Pa 


JAMES E. McCOY (3) . . 


Greenville, S. C 


SUSAN A. McCOY (2) . . 


Charleston, S. C 


BRENDA C. McCRARY (3) 


. . Clinton, S. C 


WILLIAM R. McCRARY (3) 


Florence, S. C 


RHETT C. McCRAW (2) . 


. . Gaffney, S. C 


ROBERT D. McCRAW (1) . 


. . Gaffney, S. C 


EDWARD L. McCREADY (2) 


. . Pittsburgh, Pa 


PAM K. McCREERY (2) . . 


. Ellicott City, Md 


PATRICIA A. McCUEN (3) 


. . Taylors, S. C 


H. L. McCULLOUGH (3) . 


. . . Clemson, S. C. 



JAMES A. McCULLOUGH (3) . Anderson, S. C. 



STEVEN A. McCURBY (I) . . 
W. MARK McCURRY (I) . . 
WILLIAM T. McDANIEL (2) . 

kathy j. Mcdonald (2) . 

NANCY V. McDONELL (3) . 

carol r. Mcdowell (2) . 
george w. Mcdowell (i) 
james j. Mcdowell, jr. (2) 
Lawrence r. Mcdowell (2) 

LARRY M. McELRATH (3) . 
BOBBY D. McGEE 12) . . . 



Liverpool, N. Y. 
Columbia, S. C. 
. Leesville, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
. Leesburg, Fla. 

Pendleton, S. C. 

Plandome, N. Y. 

. Kingstree, S. C. 

. Wil. Grove, Pa. 

Greer, S. C. 

Batesburg, S. C. 



FRANK H. McGILL (2) . 
BRIAN C. McGINNIS (2) 
MICHAEL F. McGLOTHLIN 
DONALD A. McGAW (I) 
PETER A. McGUIRE (2) . 
DANIEL T. McGURK (I) . 



Kingstree, S. C. 

. . Sumter, S. C. 

|l) Charleston. S. C. 

. Charleston, S. C. 

. Santa Ann, Calif. 

. Pequannock, N.J. 



MARC S. MclLWAIN (I) . 
PAULA MclNTOSH (I) . 
LARRY F. MclNTYRE (3) . 
ROGER D. McJUNKIN (2) 
WALTER S. McJUNKIN (2) 
CHARLES J. McKENZIE (3) . 

LESLIE E. McKENZIE, JR. (3 
PAUL A. McKIE (3] . . 
ARTHUR J. McKINNEY (2) 
JUDSON S. McKINNEY (I) 
MARTHA M. McKINNEY (3) 
THOMAS L. McKINNEY (2) 



. Brevard, N. C. 

Cumming, Ga. 

Marion, S. C. 

. Piclcens, S.C. 

. . Liberty, S. C. 

Greenwood, S. C. 

. . Dillon, S.C. 

N. Augusta, S. C. 

. Mauldin.S. C. 

. Columbia, S.C. 

. Greenville, S. C. 

Easley, S. C. 



H. EDDIE McKNIGHT (I) . Moncks Corner, S. C. 



CARRIS K. McLANE (2) . 
KENNETH F. McLAURIN (2) 
DAVID A. McLELLAN (3) 
KATHY E. McLENDON (I) 
WILLIAM T. McLEES (I) . 

CAROL A. McLELLAN (2) 
GORDON K. McLEOD (2) . 
HAROLD S. McLEOD (2) . 
MARION G. McLEOD (3) 
DAVID K. McMAHAN (3) 
EMILY C. McMAHAN (I) . 



Seneca, S. C. 

. Bamberg, S. C. 

. . Dillon. S.C. 

. Winnsboro, S. C. 

Westminster, S.C. 

. . Seneca, S. C. 
Timmonsville, S. C. 
. Scranton, S. C. 
. . Sumter, S.C. 
. Sevierville, Tenn. 
. St. George, S. C. 



KENDRICK B. McMAHAN (I) . Bethpage, N. Y. 
. Tuckee, Ga. 
. Richburg, S.C. 
. . Aiken. S.C. 
. Bamberg, S. C. 
. . Atlanta, Ga. 

. Denmark, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
. Bamberg. S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 
. Alexandria, Va. 

. Jackson, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
. Atlanta, Ga. 
. Florence, S. C. 
. Blackville, S.C. 
. . Laurens, S. C. 



JOHN G. McMAKIN (2) . 
WADE H. McMANUS, JR. (: 

carol a. McMillan (i) 
james a. McMillan (2) . 
james h. McMillan (i) . 

Lawrence c. McMillan ( 

MARY BETH McMILLAN (I) 
RICHARD F. McMILLAN, jr. 
DANNY L. McMULLAN (I) 
ROBERT F. McNAB (2) . . 
KENNETH C. McKNABB (2) 

LESLIE D. McNAIR (2) . . 
R. MARIA McNAMARA (3) 
MICHAEL E. McNEILL (3) 

william c McNeill, jr. 

FRANKLIN E. McPHAIL, JR. 
WILLIAM L. McPHERSON (I 




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DENNIS K. McROYAN (I) . 
JOHN M. McSWAIN (I) . 
JANICE L. MABRY (3) 



WILLIAM E. MABRY (3) . 
DOUGLAS P. MacDONALD 
DANIEL G. MACE (3) . . 
JULIUS R. MACK (2) . . 
PERRY T. MACOMSON, JR. 
DONALD C. MacVITTIE (3) 

STEVEN E. MADDEN (I) . 
GEORGANN MAERTENS (3) 
ROBIN J. MAGERS (2) . . 
LARRY L. MAGGIORE (I) . 
MARILYN MAHAFFEY (I) . 
WILLIAM R. MAHONEY (I 



PAUL C. MAJOR (I) . . 
NICK J. MALECHKO (I) . 
BOBBY D. MALPHRUS (3) 
PHILLIP W. MALPHRUS (3) 
CAROL L. MANER (3) . 
R. STEVE MANESS (I) . . 

WILLIAM T. MANESS (2) 
JOE O. MANGUM (I) . . 
JACK T. MANSMANN (2) 
NANCY A. MARCENGILL ( 
C. FRED MARCINAK (3) 
NANCY J. MARET (I) . 



Easley, S. C. 

Easley, S. C. 

. . Sumter, S. C. 

. . Sarasota, Fla. 

. Winnsboro, S.C. 

. . Maitland, Fla. 

. . Carlisle, S. C. 

I) . Sumter, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

. Walterboro, S. C. 

(3) . Shelby, N.C. 

. . Buffalo, N.Y. 

. . Anderson, S. C. 

. . . Seneca, S. C. 

. . Anderson, S. C. 

. . Hollywood, Fla. 

. . LaGrange, Ga. 

. Summerville, S. C. 



. Wilmington, Del. 
. . Cleveland, Ohio 
. . Ridgeland, S. C. 
. . Ridgeland, S. C. 

. . Garnett, S. C. 
. Honea Path, S. C. 

. Honea Path, S. C. 
. College Park, Ga. 
. . . Trenton, N.J. 
. Williamston, S. C. 
McClellanville, S. C. 
Lavonia, Ga. 



CHARLES R. MARION (2) . . . . Iva, S. C. 
EDWARD A. MARKNERS (I) . . Bay Shore, N. Y. 
EDWARD M. MARKOWICH (2) . Cranford, N. J. 
RICHARD A. MARSDEN, JR. (2) Winfield, N. J. 
ARTA S. MARSH (I) . . . . Clemson, S. C. 
JOHN D. MARSHALL (2) . . Spartanburg, S. C. 



BETSY J. MARTIN (2) . . 
CARLON L. MARTIN (3) . 
DOUGLAS C. MARTIN (3) 
GARNETT M. MARTIN III 
GIL B. MARTIN (I) . . 
JAMES W. MARTIN (3) . 

JOHN W. MARTIN (2) . 
JOHN W. MARTIN III (I) 
MABRY E. MARTIN (I) . 
MICHAEL T. MARTIN (3) 
NANCY C. MARTIN (I) 
ROBERT E. MARTIN (3) . . 



. Pendleton. S. C. 

. . . Aynor. S. C. 

. . Marietta, Ga. 

) . Pineville, N.C. 

Clemson, S. C. 

. Winnsboro, S. C. 

Woodbridge, N.J. 
. . McBee, S. C. 
. . Wayland, Ky. 
Travelers Rest, S. C. 
. . Pelzer, S. C. 
. Gray Court, S. C. 



TERRY W. MARTIN (I) . . . Charleston, S. C. 
WILLIAM MARTIN (2) . . . Fairfield. N. J. 
ROBERT G. MARTURANO (3) . . Camden, S. C. 

JANIS L. MARX (I) Clemson, S.C. 

ROBERT C. MARZILI (I) . . . Hershey, Pa. 



MARY A. MASON (I) . 

GARY K. MASSEY (2) 
HELEN A. MASSEY (3) 
HENRY L. MASEY (I) . 
JEROME W. MASSIE (2) 
DONALD MASUCCI (3) 
CARL S. MATHENY (2) 



Westminster, S.C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

. Charlotte, N.C. 

Greenwood, S. C. 

. . Parlin, N.J. 

. Neptune, N. J. 

Greenville, S. C. 



MIKE H. MATHEWS (I 
JOHN W. MATHEWS (2) . 
RICHARD C. MATHIS (I) . 
WILMA J. MATHIS (I) . . 
JAMES R. MATSINGER (I) . 
BETTY J. MATTHEWS (3) . 

CHARLES H. MATTHEWS (2) 
EDWARD C. MATTHEWS II (2) 
FRANK L. MATTHEWS (3) . 
RICHARD S. MATTHEWS (I) . 
THOMAS C. MATTHEWS (I) 
BARRY G. MATTOX (3) . . . 



Waynesville, N. C. 

. East Point, Ga. 

Newberry, S. C. 

Campobello, S. C. 

. . Media, Pa. 

Scranton, S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 

. Blackville. S. C. 

. Sumter, S. C. 
. Blackville, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 
Columbia, S. C. 



JOHN R. MAUNEY (I) 
ALAN D. MAXWELL (2) 
CHARLES A. MAYER (2) 
CHARLES E. MAYSON ( 
JOHN E. MEADE (2) . 
ROBERT E. MEADORS I 



KENNETH A. MEANS (3) 
JERRY A. MEEHAN (3) 
MARTIN E. MEEK (I) . 
BENJAMIN R. MEGGS (3) 
DWIGHT J. MEHAFFY (3) 



. . Charleston, S. C. 
. . Greenwood, S. C. 

Little Mountain, S. C. 

. . Greenville, S. C. 
. Willistonpard, N.Y. 

. . . Clinton, S. C. 



. Clemson, S. C. 
. Pendleton, S. C. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 
. . Florence, S. C. 
. . Central, S. C. 



CHAS. W. MELLARD, JR. (3) Mt. Pleasant. S. C. 



JOHN W. MELLARS (3) . 
PETE MELLON (I) . . . 
JOSEPH D. MELNIK (3) . 
ROBERT V. MELTON (2) 
E. GLENN MERCER (3) . 
ERNEST D. MERCK (2) . 

TIMOTHY C. MERRELL (2) 
MITCHELL MERRITT (3) . 
THOMAS A. MESSICK (3) 
GERALD H. METCALF (3) 
GORDON S. METSKY (3) 
JAMES L METZE (2) . . 

CRAIG R. METZGAR (I) . 
THEODORE M. MEYER (3) 
BETTE J. MEYERRIECKS (2) 
CHARLES C. MICHIELS (I] 
ROBERT W. MICHIE (3] . 
JOHN P. MICKANIS (3) 

ALAN F. MIDURA (2) . . 
JULIAN P. MIKELL (I) . 
GEORGE K. MILAM (3) . 
RONALD W. MILAM (3) . 
DANNY O. MILES (3) . 
DAVID B. MILEY (3) . . 

CAROL MILFORD (2) . . 
DONALD J. MILLER (I) . 
HARRY M. MILLER (2) . 
LAWRENCE H. MILLER (I) 
LEWIS MILLER (3) . . . 
MICHAEL A. MILLER (3) 

MICHAEL C. MILLER (2) 
RICHARD W. MILLER (2) 
ROBERT E. MILLER (3) . 
ROBBY E. MILLER (2) . . 
ROBERT G. MILLER (I) . 
WILLIAM B. MILLIS (3) . 



. Lindenhurst, N.Y. 
. . . Aiken, S. C. 
. . Stratford, Conn. 
. Williamston, S. C. 
. Georgetown, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 

. . Rock Hill, S. C. 

Conway, S. C. 

. West Chester, Pa. 

Travelers Rest, S. C. 

. . Summit, N.Y. 

. Columbia, S. C. 

. . Darien, Conn. 
. . Greenville, S. C. 

Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

. . Gaffney, S. C. 
. . Kensington, Md. 

. . Hanover. Md. 

. . Wilmington, Del. 

. . Florence, S. C. 

Sandy Springs, S. C. 

. . Statesville, N. C. 

Florence, S. C. 

. Charleston, S. C. 



. Anderson, S. C. 
. . Greer, S. C. 
. Fort Mill, S. C. 

Florence, S. C. 

Florence, S. C. 
. . Union, S. C. 

. . Atlanta, Ga. 
Lebanon, Pa. 
Easley, S. C. 
Simpsonville, S. C. 
. . Pauline, S. C. 
High Point, N.C. 





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Newberry, S. C. 


ROBERT P. MILLS (2) . . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


ROGER W. MILLS (1) ... 


Georgetown, S. C. 


STEVE A. MILLS (2) . . . 


Saluda, S. C. 


GERALD E. MIMS (1) . . . 


. Columbia, S. C. 


PAUL W. MIMS (3) . . . 


. Columbia, S. C. 


RALSTON MINGLEDORFF (2) 


Savannah, Ga. 


CAROLYN C. MITCHELL (2) 


. . Oxford, Conn. 


DAVID H. MITCHELL (3) . 


Hickory Grove, S. C. 


GARY M. MITCHELL (2) . . 


. Columbia. S. C. 


JOHN R. MITCHELL (2) . . 


. . McColl.S. C. 


NED R. MITCHELL (2) . . 


. Charleston, S. C. 


ROBERT E. MITCHELL (2) . 


Sumter, S. C. 


JOHNNY D. MIXON (2) . 


. Beaufort, S. C. 


SUSAN L. MIXON (1) . . 


N. Augusta, S. C. 


WILLIAM D. MIXON (1) . 


. Varnville, S. C. 


JAMES C. MIXON (1) . . . 


. Allendale, S. C. 


RICHARD H. MIXON (1) . 


. Allendale. S. C. 


DANNY A. MIZE (2) . . . 


Belton. S. C. 


DEANA M. MIZE (1) . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


PERRY J. MIZE (1) 




CRAIG A MOBLEY (1) . . 


Chester, S. C. 


NANCY J. MOBLEY (3) . . 


Orangeburg, S. C. 


GERALD T. MODE (1) . 


. . York S C 


ROBERT L. MONEY (2) 


. Bethesda, Md. 


DAVID G. MONJOT (2) . . 


Rockey River, Ohio 


MILLARD C. MONNEN (1 ) 


. Alexandria, Va. 


MIKE A. MONTEITH (1) . . 


. Columbia, S. C. 


GEORGIA F. MONTGOMERY 


(2) Gr'nville, S. C. 


MARSHA B. MONTGOMERY 


(1) . Sptbg., S. C. 


RICHARD P. MONTGOMERY 


1) Greenv.lle, S. C. 


HENRY M. MOODY (2) . 


Cayce, S. C. 


JAMES M. MOODY (1) . 


. . . Eustis, Fla. 


MICHAEL C. MOODY (2) 


. . Dillon, S. C. 


RICHARD E. MOODY (1) . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


JOHN E. MOON (1) ... 


. Greenville, S. C. 


ANTHONY G. MOORE (3) . 


vtoncks Corner, S. C. 


BRENT C. MOORE (2] . . . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


CHARLES G. MOORE (3) . 


Moore, S. C. 


DENNIS R. MOORE (3) . 


Greenville, S. C. 


EDWIN N. MOORE (2) . . 


. VanWyck, S. C. 


EILEEN B. MOORE (1) . . 


. Cherry Hill, N.J. 


FRANCES A. MOORE (1) . 


Newport News, Va. 


FRANCIS W. MOORE (1) . 


. . . Aiken, S. C. 


GEORGE E. H. MOORE (1) 


. Walterboro. S. C. 


JAMES C. MOORE (1 ) . 


Monroe, N. C. 


JAMES S. MOORE (1) . . 


Andrews, S. C. 


JOSEPH R. MOORE (1) . . 


Lexington, S. C. 


KENNETH W. MOORE (1) 


Clemson, S. C. 


NANCY C. MOORE (2) . 


Mt. Pleasant. S. C. 


PATRICK J. MOORE (2) . 


Laurens, S. C. 


RICHARD W. MOORE (1) 


Clemson, S. C. 


ROBERT A. MOORE (3) . Mountain Lakes. N. J. 


ROBERT J. MOORE (2] . . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


STEVEN C. MOORE (3) 


. Darlington, S. C. 


STEPHEN T. MOORE (3) . 


. Greenville. S. C. 


WILLIAM E. MOORE (1) . 


Charleston, S. C. 


WILLIAM L. MOORE (1) . 


Anderson, S. C. 


HUNTER H. MOORHEAD (2 


. Blacksburg, S. C. 


ROBERT M. MOORHEAD (1) 


. Anderson, S. C. 



BENJAMIN W. MOORING ( 
THOMAS C. MOOSE (2) . 
CHARLES G. MORGAN (I) 
MICHAEL J. MORGAN (3) 
RICHARD L. MORRELL (2) 
LISBETH A. MORRIS (2) . 

ROBERT T. MORRIS (3) . 
TEDDY MORRIS, JR. (3) . 
WILLIAM J. MORRIS (3) . 
EARL C. MORRISON (I) . 
DAVID L. MORROW (2) . 
ROBERT J. MOSELEY (2) . 

CURTIS M. MOSS (I) . . 
LEWIS G. MOSS (2) . . . 
RAMOND A. MOSS (2) . 
RAYMOND Z. MOSS (2) . 
RICHARD N. MOSS (3) . 
V. STEPHEN MOSS (2) . . 



) . Robins AFB, Ga. 

Newberry, S. C. 

. . Gaffney, S. C. 

. Falls Church. Va. 

Ware Shoals. S. C. 

Timmonsville, S. C. 

. . Baltimore. Md. 
Greenwood, S. C. 
Laurel Springs, N. J. 
. Bennettsville, S. C. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 
. . Clemson.S. C. 

. Cameron, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 
. Blacksburg, S. C. 



BARBARA A. MOSTERTZ (3) . Greenville, S. C. 
PETER S. MOWLAJKO (2) . . Barnwell, S. C. 
RANDOLPH M. MOYER (3) . . Sumter, S. C. 
GEORGE W. MOZINGO III (3) . Columbia, S. C. 
RICHMOND F. MUCKENFUSS, JR. (I) Chas., S. C. 
NANCY D. MUIRHEAD (2) . Greenville, S. C. 



DENNIS W. MULL (I) . 
JOHN D. MULLEN (3) . 
MYRA F. MULLEN (3) . 
BOYCE L. MULLER (2) 
THOMAS E. MULLINAX (I 
GARY L. MULLINS (3) . 

VICTOR F. MULLINS (I) 
DAVID L. MULLIS (3) . 
SHARON A. MUMMA (I) 
EARL B. MUNDAY (I) 
EDGAR G. MUNDAY (2) 
HORACE M. MUNGO (2) 

GLORIA E. MUNGO (3) 
HENRY B. MUNN, JR. (2) 
DANA R. MURDOCK (I) 
EDWARD C. MURDOCK (3 
ANDREA J. MURPHREE [I] 
EDWARD Y. MURPHY (2) 

KEVIN L MURRAY (3) 
LAWTON E. MURRAY (2) 
LINDA K. MURRAY (3) . 
CHARLES R. MYERS, JR. 
EDWARD E. MYERS (2) 



. Hampton, Va. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Greenville. S. C. 
Blythewood, S. C. 
Charlotte, N. C. 
. Williston, S. C. 

Gaffney, S. C. 
Gastonia. N. C. 
Greenville. S. C. 
Anderson, S. C. 
Anderson, S. C. 
. Rock Hill, S.C. 

. . Rock Hill, S.C. 

. . Rock Hill, S.C. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

I) . Monroeville, N. J. 

I . . Walhalla, S. C. 

Edgemoor, S. C. 

. . . Berlin. Md. 
. Moncks Corner, S. C. 
. . Gastonia, N. C. 
i I ) . . Easley, S. C. 
Moncks Corner, S. C. 
FRANK D. MYERS (2) . Charleston Heights. S. C, 



FRANKIE R. MYERS (3) 
JESSE W. MYERS (3) . 
KENNETH W. MYERS (2) 
MARVIN R. MYERS, JR. ( 
MICHAEL L. MYERS (2) 
ROBERT W. MYERS (3) 

RONALD W. MYERS (I) 
VANN B. MYERS (I) . 
JEAN-PIERRE NAJAR (I) 
JOSEPH D. NANCE (I) 
JAMES E. NEAL, JR. (I) 
TOMMY Y. NEAL (2) 



Seneca, S. C. 
Bennettsville, S.C. 
. Rock Hill, S. C. 
Simpsonville, S. C. 

Pickens, S. C. 
. Piedmont, S.C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

Bowman, S. C. 

Washington, D. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 
. Woodruff, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 




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CORNELIA E. NEAL (2) . . Charleston, S. C. 
JAMES R. NEAL (2) . . . . Newberry. S. C. 

ANGELA NEELY (I) Pelzer. S. C. 

JOE C. NEELY (2) Rock Hill. S. C. 

WILLIAM H. NEELY (2) . . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
DEBORAH K. NEESE (I) . West Columbia. S. C. 

JAMES T. NEIL (I) Landrum.S. C. 

CHARLES A. NELSON |3) . . Anderson, S. C. 
GARY L. NELSON (I) . . . Greenv.lle, S. C. 
WILLIAM G. NELSON (I) . . Charlotte, N. C. 
SUSAN A. NEPVEUX (2) . . Charleston. S. C. 
HAROLD C. NETTLES (3) . . . Sumter. S. C. 

ROLAND E. NETTLES ( I ] . Moncks Corner. S. C. 
RONNIE K. NETTLES (3) . . Ridgeland, S. C. 
LEONARD M. NEWCOMB (2) . Hampton, Va 
GEORGE T. NEWELL (2) . Moncks Corner. S. C. 
PAUL M. NEWELL (2) . . . . Winder, Ga. 
DAVID A. NEWTON (2) . . . Central. S. C. 



ERIC D. NEWTON (2) 
GARY S. NEWTON (2) . 
RONALD W. NEWTON (3 
WILLIAM M. NEWTON ( 
LUCAS L. NICHOL (I) 
LEE F. NICHOLSON (I) 

AASE M. NILSSEN (2) 
JOHN R. NIXON (I) . 
ELIZABETH J. NOBLE (I) 
MARY F. NOEL (I) . . 
MARGARET A. NOFFZ (2) 
JOHN E. NORRIS (2) . 



Asheboro. N. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 

Clemson, S. C. 
Gable, S. C. 

. Griffin, Ga. 
Greenville, S. C. 

St. James. N Y. 

Central, S. C. 

Laurens, S. C. 

Selmer, Tenn. 

Ninety Six. S. C. 

. . Vance. S. C. 



MYRA A. NORRIS (3) . . . 
ROBERT T. NORRIS (2) . . 
WILLIAM M. NORRIS (2) . 
DAVID B. NORTON (2) . . 
LAWRENCE S. NORTON (I) 
MARK M. NOWAKOWSKI (3) 



Camden. S. C. 

Clemson. S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

. . Clio, S.C. 

. Baltimore, Md. 



DON A. NUMMY (I) . . . . Bamberg. S. C. 
JEFFREY G. NUOVO (2) . New Hyde Park, N. Y. 
RONALD W. OAKLEY (2) . . Oxon Hill. Md. 
MARSHA R. OATES (3) . . Spartanburg. S. C. 

ROY R. OATES (3) Clemson, S.C. 

DEAN R. OBERG (2) Verona, N.J. 



TIMOTHY E. O'BRIEN (2) 
JAMES C. O'CAIN (2) . 
KIM J. O'CONNELL (I) 
MICHAEL A. O'CONNELL 
CRAIG F. O'DELL (2) . 
RICHARD F. ODOM (2) 

LINDA L. OGLEVEE (I) 
CHARLES R. OLIVER (2) 
CHARLIE S. OLIVER (2) 
RONALD A. OLIVER (2) 
RONNIE N. OLIVER (2) 



. . Stamford, Conn. 

Hendersonville. N. C. 

. . Warwich. R. I. 

(3) . Greenv.lle, S.C. 

. . . Laurens. S. C. 

. Johnston. S. C. 

. Greenwood, S. C. 

Hagerstown, Md. 

Duncan. S. C. 

Hemingway, S. C. 

Florence, S. C. 



THOMAS J. O'MAHONY (2) Howard Bch., N. Y. 



ANSEL D. ORANDER (2) 
RICHARD T. ORNE (2) . 
LARRY L. ORR (I) . . 
WALTER H. ORR (I) . 
GEORGE B. OSBORNE (3) 
GUY L. OSBORNE (3) 



Easley, S. C. 

East Orange. N. J. 

. Gaffney.S. C. 

. Gaffney, S. C. 

. Wmnsboro, S. C. 

Union, S. C. 



RICHARD D. OSMENT (2) 
ROBERT W. OSMENT (I) . 
MARION C. OSTEEN (I) 
WILLIAM H. OSTENDORFF 
DIANE K. OSWALD (I) . 
FRANCIS M. OH, JR. (3) 

CARLTON D. OUZTS (2) 
RICHARD L. OVERTURF (I) 
BOBBY W. OWEN (2) . . 
GARY L. OWEN (I) . . 
JAMES H. OWEN, JR. (I) 
LAWRENCE D. OWENS (I) 

R. ELAINE OWENS (3) . 
WYLIE T. OWENS (2) . 
JOHN J. OXFORD (3) . . 
B. ROBERT OZBOLT (3) . 
GAIL L. OZBOLT (I) . . 
BRENDA M. PACE (I) . 



JERRY C. PACE (2) 
LLOYD W. PACE (2) 
FRED M. PADGETT (3) 
COLE L. PAGE (3) . 
DAVID D. PAGE (2) 
GARVIN S. PAGE (2) 



Mt. Pleasant 

. Gaffne 

Anderso 

| Charleston 

. Allendale 

Columbia 



Monroeville, Pa. 

Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Belvedere, S. C. 

. . Clover, S. C. 

Fort Meade, Md. 

Easley, S. C. 

Lake View, S. C. 

Woodmere, N. Y. 

Walterboro, S. C. 

Walterboro. S. C 

Greenville, S. C. 



Gresham, 

. . . Easley, 

Clemson. 

. . Williston, 

Moncks Corner, 

. . Nichols, 



HOWARD W. PAGE (I) 
JOHN D. PAGE (3) . 
RUSSELL N. PAGE (2) 
ROBERT L. PAINE II (3) 
KERRY C. PAINTER (3) 
FRAZER S. PAJAK (2) 

STEPHEN D. PALMER ( 
THOMAS E. PALMER 
DENNIS J. PALUMBO 
SALVATORE C. PAPA 
GEORGE A. PAPPAS 
PETER W. PAPPAS (31 



. Galivant's Ferry, S. C. 

. . . Hampton, S. C. 

. . . Clemson, S. C. 

Atlantic Highlands, N.J. 

Simpsonville, S. C. 

, . New Windsor, N. Y. 

. . Columbia, S. C. 

Sandy Springs, S. C. 

. Stamford, Conn. 

. Bethpage, N. Y. 

Charleston, S. C. 

. . Rock Hill, S. C. 



BERNIE V. PARENT (2) . 
DAVID M. PARHAM (2) 
WILLIAM J. PARK, JR. (2) 
CLAUDE T. PARKER (I) . 
DANIEL F. PARKER (3) . 
ROBERT M. PARKER (3) . 

STEPHEN L PARKER (I) 
STEVEN T. PARKER (3) . 
SUSAN E. PARKER (2) . 
THALES PARKER (I) . . 
THOMAS M. PARKER, JR. 
TONY W. PARKER (2) . 

WAYNE R. PARKER (2) 
WILLIAM E. PARKER (2) 
JOEL D. PARNELL (3) . 
BARBARA R. PARRIS (I) 
BOB P. PARRIS (I ) . . 
SAMUEL A. PARRIS (I) 

BRITT A. PARRISH (I) . 
ROBERT T. PARRISH (I) 
ALBERT E. PARSONS, JR. 
GARY M. PARSONS (2) . 
JAMES H. PARSONS (3) 
M. SUSAN PARSONS (I) 



. Greenville, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Greenwood, S. C. 
. . Marion, S. C. 
. Abbeville, S. C. 
. S. Belmar, N.J. 

. Abbev.lle, S. C. 

. Rock Hill, S. C. 

Taylors, S. C. 

McCormick, S. C. 

) . Sumter, S. C. 

Bamberg, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Maplewood, N. J. 

Anderson, S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

. Chesnee, S. C. 

Gaffney, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

. . Pelham, N.Y. 

. Andrews, S. C. 

. Newberry, S. C. 

Newberry, S. C. 

Fountain Inn, S. C. 






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Charleston, W. Va. 


CLAUDIA A. PATIENCE (3) 


. . Belton.S. C. 


CHRISTIAN C. PATRICK (1) 


Charleston, S. C. 


DAVID P. PATRICK (1) . . 


Garden City, S. C. 


DENNIS P. PATRICK (3) . 


Pacolet Mills, S. C. 


DOUGLAS F. PATRICK (2) 


Orangeburg, S. C. 


JOHN C. PATRICK 111(1) . 


Andrews AFB, D. C. 


PERRY C. PATRICK (1) . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


LESTER R. PATRICK (3) . 


Orangeburg, S. C. 


BARRY S. PATTERSON (1) . 


. . Gaffney, S. C. 


JOHN E. PATTERSON (3) . 


. Charlotte, N. C. 


RAYMOND G. PATTERSON 


(2) . Norns, S. C. 


DEBBIE JO PATTON (3) 


Charleston, S. C. 


BEN M. PAULLING (2) . 


. . Camden, S. C. 


HAROLD F. PAXTON (2) . 


. . Brevard, N. C. 


CLARENCE M. PAYNE (2) 


Kershaw, S. C. 


HENRY R. PAYNE (3) . . 


Goose Creek, S. C. 


JOHN H. PAYLOR (1) . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


DAVID L. PEACE (3) . . 


Anderson, S. C. 


GEORGE S. PEACE (2) . 


. High Point, N.C. 


TERRELL M. PEACE (1) . 


. . . Easley, S. C. 


DAVID D. PEAKE (1) . . 


Manasquan, N. J. 


JOHN E. PEAKE (2) . . 


Pauline. S. C. 


CHARLES R. PEARRE, Jr. (3) 


N. Charleston, S. C. 


ERNEST C. PEARSON (2| 


. Charlotte, N.C. 


JOSEPH W. PEARSON (1 ) 


. Pendleton, S. C. 


REBECCA E. PEARSON (1) 


. . Piedmont, S. C. 


WILLIAM J. PEARSON (3) 


. . Camp Hill, Pa. 


WILLIAM D. PECTOL (2) . 


Kingsport, Tenn. 


ALBERT C. PEDEN (3) 


. Simpsonville, S. C. 


MARY H. PEDDICORD (3) 


. Williamston, S. C. 


EMILY L. PEEK (2) . . 


Columbia, S. C. 


RICHARD S. PEIGLER (1) 


Orangeburg, S. C. 


BENJAMIN F. PEIRCE (2) . 


Charleston, S. C. 


JOSEPH B. PENALE (1) . 


Niagara Falls, N. Y. 


GEORGIA A. PENDER (3) 


. . Arlington, Va. 


SAMUEL D. PENDERGRASS 


(3) Grenwood, S. C. 


THOMPSON E. PENNEY (2) 


Charleston, S. C. 


KAREN L. PENNOT (1) 


Toccoa, Ga. 


MARGARET S. PERRY (1) . 


. Clemson, S. C. 


ROBERT E. PERRY III (3) . 


Brunswick, Ga. 


STEPHEN E. PERRY (1) 


Clemson, S. C. 


EMMETT B. PETER (1) . . 


Leesburg, Fla. 


JAMES M. PETERSON (1) 


. . Baltimore, Md. 


DAVID H. PETREE (2) . 


Tobaccoville, N. C 


MICHAEL PETRO (1) . . 


McKeesport, Pa. 


RAYMOND H. PETTIT. JR. (3) Spartanburg, S. C 


THOMAS B. PETTIT III (3) 


Columbia, S. C 


MICHAEL S. PETTY (1 ) . 


Spartanburg, S. C 


GEORGE D. PHILIPS (3) 


. . Sumter, S. C 


CAROLYN M. PHILLIPS (3) 


Clemson, S. C. 


CLARENCE E. PHILLIPS (3) 


Lynchburg, S. C 


MICHAEL E. PHILLIPS (2) 


Summerville, S. C 


OTIS C. PHILLIPS (1) . 


Newberry, S. C 


ROBERT G. PHILLIPS (3) 


. Walhalla.S. C 


SUSAN P. PHILLIPS (1) . 


Easley, S. C 


THOMAS D. PHILLIPS (1) 


. Bennettsville, S. C 


SANDRA J. PIAZZA (2) 


. Stratford, Conn 


PATRICIA K. PICKENS (2) 


. W. Columbia, S. C 


EMILY S. PICKENS (2) . 


Spartanburg, S. C 



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CLARK M. PIERCE (2) . 
THOMAS E. PIERCE (3) 
TERRY R. PIERCE (2) . 
CHARLES W. PIGG (I) 
HENRY D. PIGG (2) . 



Jamestown, N. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

. . Slater, S. C. 

Pageland, S. C. 

Pageland, S. C. 



RAYMOND S. PILGRIM (3) Plymouth Rocl<, Mass. 



LILA A. PINCKNEY (I) 
CONNIE B. PINSON (2) 
JAMES G. PIOTROWSKY 
ARTHUR V. PITMAN (2) 
JAMES E. PITTMAN, JR. 
BILLY M. PITTS (I) . . 



. Walterboro, S. C. 
. . Bamberg, S. C. 
Glen Gardner, N.J. 
. N.Augusta, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 



LINDA V. PITTS (2) . 
MICHAEL E. PITTS (2) 
ROBERT T. PITTS JR. 
WESLEY M. PITTS, JR. 
DAVID A. PLAYER (I) 
IRVIN A. PLAYER (I) 



Pelzer. S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 
2) . . Fairforest. N. C. 
[3) . . Columbia, S. C. 
Westhampton Beach, N. Y. 
Sumter, S. C. 



THOMAS W. PLUMBLEE (2) . Newberry. S. C. 
RICHARD E. PLUNKETT (I) . . Clemson. S. C. 
CARL M. POE (I) . . . Winston-Salem, N.C 
ERNEST F. POLK, JR. (I) . . Islandton. S. C. 

ROBIN C. POLK (I) Fairfax. Va. 

BELINDA K. POLSON (I) . . . Greer, S. C. 



JOSEPH D. POOL (3) . . 

CHARLIE K. POOLE (2) . 

FREDA M. POOLE (I) . . 

JAMES M. POOLE (2) . . 

SANDRA M. POOLE (2) . 

WILLIAM R. POOLE (2) . 

RUSSELL M. POORE (I) . 
JON P. POPOWSKI (3) . 
CLAUDE E. PORTER (I) . . 
JOSEPH H. PORTER (3) . 
LARRY E. PORTER (3) . . 
MARGARET T. PORTER (I) 

OSCAR S. PORTER III (I) 
WILLIAM B. PORTER (3) . 
WILLIAM L. PORTER (2) . 
CARL F. POSPISIL (3) . . 
MAXINE E. POSTON (2) . 
RUPERT L. POSTON, JR. (2) 

DAVID P. POTOCIK (I) 
WENDEL P. POTTS (3) . 
GREG P. POUDEVIGNE (2) 
CLINTON J. POWELL (3) 
I. LOUISE POWELL (3) . 
JAMES R. POWELL (3) 

JAMES T. POWELL (I) . . 
JOHN A. POWELL 111 (2) 
JOHN K. POWELL (2) . . 
PHILLIP G. POWELL (I) . 
ROLAND L. POWELL (2) . 
RICHARD C. POWER (2) . 

JOHN B. POWERS (2) . , 
LEE M. POWERS (I) . . . 
MITCHELL R. POWERS (3) 
JAMES W. PREACHER (3) 
HERBERT G. PREGNALL (I) 
DANIEL H. PREGWELL 12] 



. . Easley, S. C. 
Clemson, S. C. 
. Marietta, S. C. 
. Raleigh, N.C 
Clemson, S. C. 
. Gaffney, S.C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Arlington, Va. 

. Newberry, S. C. 

Clemson. S. C. 

La France. S. C. 

. . Atlanta. Ga. 

Lancaster, S. C. 

Wmnsboro. S. C. 

Orangeburg, S. C. 

. . Union, S.C. 

Florence, S. C. 

. Lake City. S. C. 

. Stratford, Conn. 

. . Aynor, S. C. 

Dallas. Texas 

Clemson. S. C. 

. . Fairfax, Va. 

. Walhalla. S. C. 

. Bethesda. Md. 

Brunswick. Ga. 

Dubuque, Mich. 

'awleys Island. S.C. 

. Greer. S. C. 

Laurens, S. C. 

Millbury, Mass. 

. Greenville, S. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 

. . Ruffin, S.C. 

. Denmark, S.C. 
. Greenville, S.C. 




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THOMAS C. PRESCOTT (1) . 


. Belvedere, S. C. 


EDWIN S. PRESNELL (3) . 


Asheboro, N. C. 


RICHARD S. PRESSLEY (1] H 


sndersonville N. C. 


BRUCE J. PRESTIDGE (1) . 


Clemson, S. C. 


BRUCE W. PRICE (2) . . . 


Anderson, S. C. 


DAVID A. PRICE (1) . . . 


Columbia. S. C. 


FRANK J. PRICE (3) . . . 


Roselle N.J 


GLENN E. PRICE (2) . . . 


. Abbeville, S. C. 


JOHN A. PRICE (1) . . . 


Martin S C. 


JOSEPH M. PRICE (1) ... 


. . Greer. S. C. 


MARY J. PRICE (2) . . . 




NANCY H. PRICE (2) . . 


Seneca, S. C. 


FAIREY L. PRICKETT (2) . 


St. Matthews, S. C, 


THOMAS H. PRIDDY (1) . 


Ramsey, N.J 


DOUGLAS L. PRIDGEON (2) . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


JON K. PRIESTER (1) . . 


Brunson, S. C. 


BROOKS R. PRINCE (3) . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


DAVID C. PRINCE (2) . . . 


Hawkinsville, Ga. 


JAMES D. PRITCHARD (1) . 


. Columbia, S. C. 


ANNE M. PROHASKA (1) 


Charleston, S. C. 


BILLY B. PROPHET (1) . . 


. . Newell, N.C. 


DENNIS P. PRUITT (1) . . . 


. Clemson, S. C. 


ALLEN B. PUCKETT (2) . . 


. Columbus. Miss. 


ROGER C. PURCELL (1] . 


Marietta, Ga. 


ROBERT D. PURSLEY (1) . . 


. Rock Hill, S. C. 


CAROL D. PUTMAN (3) . . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


JAMES R. PUTNAM (3) . . 


Easley, S. C. 


KATHY W. PUTNAM (3) . . 


. Greenville. S. C. 


HARRIET E. QUATTLEBAUM (2) Columbia. S. C. 


ROBT. W. QUATTLEBAUM (2) 


Woodstown, N.J. 


JERRY C. QUEEN (2) . . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


MARGARET S. QUEEN (1 ) . 


. Walhalla, S. C. 


JAMES D. QUINN (2) . . 


Springfield, Mass 


LINDA E. QUINN (1) . . 


Greenville, S. C 


MICHAEL W. QUINN (1) . 


. . Vardley. Pa. 


NANCY CEIL QUINN (1) . 


Greenville, S. C. 


CARLOS QUINTERO (1) . . 


. Greenville. S. C. 


SARA L. RABY (3) . . . . 


Hickory, N.C 


THOMAS H. RADCLIFFE (3) 


N. Charleston, S. C. 


WILLIAM D. RAFFIELD (3) 


Newberry, S. C 


JAMES H. RAINES (2) . . 


Easley, S. C. 


THOMAS K. RAINES (1) . . 


Landrum, S. C. 


ANGELA W. RAINEY (3) . 


. . Starr, S. C 


ALBERT A. RAMAGE (1) 


. . Kinards, S. C 


BRUCE E. RAMPEY (2) . . 


Central, S. C. 


FRANCIS D. RAMSEY (1) . 


. . Sumter, S. C 


JOHN C. RAMSEY (1) . . 


. Monticello, S. C 


McKINNEY H. RAMSEY (2) . 


Anderson, S. C. 


THOMAS B. RAMSEY (3) 


Clover, S. C. 


ERIC C. RANDALL (2) . . 


. . Aiken, S. C. 


RICHARD D. RANDOLPH (3) 


. Stanley, N.C. 


JOAN H. RAPP (2) . . . 


Hampton, S. C. 


NEIL B. RATCLIFF (1) . . 


. Bethune. S. C. 


LIBBY R. RATCLIFFE (2) . . 


Hemingway, S. C. 


ALFRED W. RATH (1) . . 


. Deer Park, N. Y. 


JOHN A. RATTERREE (2) . 


Ratterree. S. C. 


BEVERLY J. RAUCH (1) . . 


Columbia, S. C. 


GEORGE W. RAUTON (2) . 


Johnston, S. C. 


CAREY L. RAWLINSON (2) . 


. Manning, S. C. 


BRUCE E. RAYLE (3) . . . 


Clemson, S. C. 



CHARLES E. RAYMOND, JR. (3) Manning, S. C. 
ALLEN D. READ (2) . . . Georgetown. S. C. 
OSCAR REBULA (I) . . . . Stamford, Conn. 
JOHN RECHER (3) . . . . Springfield, Va. 
CHRISTOPHER F. RECKMEYER (I) . McLean, Va. 
MICHAEL B. RECTOR (3) .... Greer, S. C. 

BRENDA H. REECE (2) . . . Greenville, S. C. 
OLEITA V. REECE (2) . . . . Pickens, S. C. 
JAMES T. REED (2) . . . Flowery Branch, Ga. 

LINDA REED (I) Greenville, S. C. 

REBECCA LYNN REED (I) . . Hanahan. S. C. 
GEORGE T. REID (I) Central, S. C. 

JOSEPH S. REID (3) . . . . Woodruff. S. C. 
SAMUEL F. REID, JR. (3) . . Fort Motte, S. C. 

WILLIAM B. REID (2) Easley, S. C. 

MARGARET A. REIDY (I ) . Long Meadow, Mass 
CHARLES D. REIFSNIDER (I) . Westminster, Md. 
RICHARD W. REITH (3) . N. Massapequa, N. Y. 



RICHARD T. RENFROW (2) . Columbia, S. C. 
AARON W. RENTZ (3) ... Columbia, S. C. 
JERRY L. RENTZ (I) . . . Greenwood, S. C. 
JACK B. REYNOLDS, JR. (3) . Columbia. S. C. 
JOSEPH W. REYNOLDS (3) . . Hanahan, S. C. 
MARK A. REYNOLDS (3) . . Asheville, N. C. 

PATRICIA L. REYNOLDS (I) . . Canon, Ga. 
TERRY E. REYNOLDS (I] . . Lexington, S. C. 
THOMAS E. REYNOLDS (I) . . Sumter, S. C. 
CHRISTOPHER C. RHODES (2) . Tyrone. Pa. 
JOHN A. RHODES (I) . . Franklin Lakes, N. J. 
SUSAN J. RHODES (2) . . . . Pickens, S. C. 



ERIK H. RHODIN (I) 
SAMUEL O. RICARD I 
BRUCE W. RICE (I) 
DON D. RICE (I) . 
ERNEST G. RICE (3) 
SHARON L. RICE (3) 



. . . Bronxville, N.Y. 

. . . Leesville. S. C. 

Springlake Heights, N.J. 

. . . Gastonia, N. C 

Ware Shoals. S. C. 

Greenville. S. C. 



JOHN W. RICHARDS, JR. (2) . Kershaw, S. C. 
NORMAN S. RICHARDS (2) . . . Macon, Ga. 
ANDREW L. RICHARDSON (3) Johnsonville, S. C. 
CLAYTON E. RICHARDSON (I) . Belton, S. C. 
FREDDY R. RICHARDSON ( I ) . Galivant's F., S. C. 
HARVEY L. RICHARDSON 12] . Conway, S. C. 



JAMES W. RICHARDSON (I ! 



Anderson, S. C. 
JOHN R. RICHARDSON (I) . . Marion, S. C. 
SUZANNE E. RICHARDSON (2) . Barnwell, S. C. 
THOMAS M. RICHARDSON (I) . Madison, Ga. 
WM. C. RICHARDSON, JR. (3) . Sptbg.. S. C. 
HENRY L. RICHBOURG, JR. (3) . Dillon, S. C. 

RONALD L. RICKENBAKER (I) . Round O, S. C. 

DAVID K. RIDDLE (2) . . 

NED E. RIDDLE' (I) . . . 

VIRGINIA D. RIDDLE (2) 

JOHN G. RIDGE (I) . . 

RONALD L. RIDGEWAY (3) 



MARY V. RIDGILL (3) 
STANLEY R. RIGGINS 
EARL K. RIGLER (3) . 
CHARLES J. RILEY (I) 
JAMES L. RIMER (3) 
STEVE B. RIMER (2) . 



Spartanburg. S. C. 
. Blacksburg.S. C. 
. Charlotte, N. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 
St. Matthews. S. C. 

. . Sumter, S. C. 

. Gaffney.S. C. 

Landenburg, Pa. 

. Plainview, N. Y. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

Marion, S. C. 



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JOSEPH A. RINEHART (3) 
HAROLD G. RICH (3) . . 
STEPHEN G. ROBERSON (2) 
BRUCE D. ROBERTS (3) . 
DEBRA CAROLYN ROBERTS 
JAE A. ROBERTS (2) . . . 



Batesburg, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
. Taylors, S. C. 
(I ) . Lexington, S. C. 
New Brunsw.ck, N.J. 



JAN ROBERTS (3) . . . , 
MAXINE C. ROBERTS (I) . 
SAMUEL K. ROBERTS (3) . 
JON H. ROBINETT (3) . 
SHARON D. ROBINETT (2) 
CAROL P. ROBINSON (I) 

DONALD W. ROBINSON (2 
GERALD H. ROBINSON (2) 
GILBERT C. ROBINSON (I) 
JOSEPH D. ROBINSON (I) 
LARRY M. ROBINSON (2) 
TERESA J. ROBINSON (I) 



Greenville, S. C. 

Gaffney, S. C. 

. Anderson, S. C. 

Leesville, S. C. 

. . Aiken.S. C. 

Lancaster, S. C. 

. . Clover, S. C. 
Callison, S. C. 
. Clemson, S. C. 
. . Seneca, S. C. 
. Gaffney, S. C. 
Greenwood, S. C. 



THOMAS L. ROBINSON (2) . . Clemson, S. C. 
THOMAS M. ROBINSON (3) . . Clover, S. C. 
DEWEY P. ROCHESTER (I) . . Walhalla, S. C. 
DOUGLAS E. ROCHESTER (I) Westminster, S. C. 
JOSEPH R. ROCHESTER (3) . . Clemson, S. C. 
MICHAEL E. ROCHESTER (I) . . Seneca, S. C. 

EDDIE RODELSPERGER (2) . . Newberry, S. C. 
BARBARA F. RODGERS (2) . . Lake City. S. C. 
JOHN H. RODGERS (2) . . . Clemson, S, C. 
JOHN D. ROESER (3) . . . Wallingford, Pa. 
DONALD R. RODGERS (2) . . Walhalla, S. C. 
EDWIN B. RODGERS (2) . . . Clemson, S. C. 

FREIDA JEAN ROGERS (3) . . Pickens, S. C. 
JACKIE T. ROGERS (3) . . . Woodruff, S. C 
KATHRYN H. ROGERS (2| . Westminster, S. C. 
PATTI D. ROGERS (I) . . . . Gautier, Miss. 
ROBERT M. ROGERS (2) . . . Sumter, S. C. 
VIRGINIA A. ROGERS (3) . . Clinton, S. C. 

WILLIAM T. ROGERS (I) . . Anderson, S. C. 
THOMAS B. ROLLER (2) . . Moorestown, N. J. 
STEVE E. ROLLINS (3) . . . Greenville, S. C. 
JOHN L. ROLLISON (2) . . Greenwood, S. C. 
JOHN B. ROMANSKY (2) . . Pennsville, N. J. 
DOUGLAS A. ROOT (I) . . Rochester, N. Y. 

DOUGLAS P. ROPER, JR. (2) . . Tifton, Ga. 
ELIZABETH ROPER (3) . . . . Laurens, S. C. 
CATHY A. ROSS (3) . . . Casselberry, Fla. 
DANNY R. ROSS (2) . . . . Anderson, S. C. 
DAVID H. ROSS (I) .... Greenville, S. C. 
DONALD N. ROSS (2) Seneca, S. C. 

HARRIET L. ROSS (2) . . . Columbia, S. C. 
HELEN J. ROSS (3) . . . . Greenville, S. C. 

JACK ROSS III (3) Anderson, S. C. 

JAMES L. ROSS (I) Rembert, S. C. 

KATHLEEN M. ROSS (2) .... Sumter, S. C. 
PHILIP B. ROSS (I) Florence, S. C. 

PATRICIA L. ROSTRON (2) . . Clemson, S. C. 
PAUL E. ROTH (I) . . . . Kingsport, Tenn. 
RONALD D. ROTH (I) . . . . Clinton, S. C. 
STEPHEN B. ROTHWELL (2) . . Covington, Va. 
GAIL M. ROUP (I) .... Waynesboro, Va. 
REBECCA T. ROUSE (2) . . Fountain Inn, S. C. 



MICHAEL E. ROWE (I) . 
PHILLIP J. ROWELL (3) . 
DAVID H. ROWLAND (3) 
GEORGE C. ROWLAND (2) 
ALBERT M. RUFF, JR. (3) 
FAYE L. RUFF (3) . . . 



JOSEPH A. RUKAT (2) . 
KATHLEEN S. RULE (3] 
DALE H. RUMPH (2) . 
SCOTT W. RUMPH (I) . 
JAMES B. RUNION (2) . 
RONALD D. RUNYON (I) 



Charleston, S. C. 
Columbia, S. C. 
Central, S. C. 
Charleston, S. C. 
Elberton, Ga. 
Columbia, S.C. 

. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Sheldon, S. C. 

Hampton, S. C. 

. Sumter, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 



BARRY A. RUSH (I) 
LAWRENCE E. RUSH 
SUSAN E. RUSH (I) 
DAVID W. RUSS (2) 
RHONDA RUSS (I) 
BARRY W. RUSSELL I 



DONALD E. RUSSELL (3) 
PATRICIA L. RUSSELL (I) 
STEPHEN A. RUSSELL (3) 
WILLIAM B. RUSSELL (3) 
DAVID S. RUTLAND (2) . 
KIRK D. RUTTER (I) . . 

MARION F. SADLER (3) 
PATRICIA A. SAGGUS (3) 
WALLY D. SAINE (I) . 
DAVID V. SAITTA (2) . 
ANTHONY C. SAJESKI (2) 
SAMUEL A. SALTERS (2) 

CRAIG E. SAMUELSON (I ) 
PHILIP B. SAMULSKI (I) 
CAROL C. SANBORN (I) 
STEVEN A. SANDBERG (2) 
GLORIA J. SANDERS (I) 
LINDA BETH SANDERS (2) 



. . Camden, S. C. 

. Lindenwold, N.J. 

Greenwood, S. C. 

. . Florence, S. C. 
. . Barnwell. S. C. 

W. Columbia, S. C. 



. Baltimore. Md. 
Cayce. S. C. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

. Bethesda. Md. 
. . Fairfax, S. C. 
Summerville, S. C. 

Leesville, S. C. 

. Edgefield, S. C. 

. . Vaie, N. C. 

. Doraville, Ga. 

. Florence, N.J. 

Lancaster, S. C. 



. Allendale, N.J. 

N.Augusta, S. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

. Jamestown, N. Y. 

. Denmark. S. C. 

Bamberg, S. C. 



MARK G. SANDRI (2) . . . Simsbury, Conn. 
ROBERT R. SANDS (3) . New Providence. N. J. 
REED C. SANGER (I) . . . Charleston. S. C. 
CHARLES J. SANGVINITO (I) . . Easton, Pa. 



BARBARA A. SAN MIGUEL (2) 
DONALD A. SANSONE (I) . 

ERIC J. SANSONETTI (2) . . 
MICHAEL D. SARGENT (2) . 
DAVID T. SASSER (I) . . 
EDWIN G. SATCHER (I) 
LARRY S. SATTERFIELD (I) 
SHELLIE M. SAULS (2) . 



ALVIN E. SAUNDERS. JR. (3) 
DOROTHY A. SAVAGE (2) 
JEAN M. SAVERANCE (3) 
LAURA G. SAVERANCE (2) 
OLGA G. SAVITSKY (I) . 
RODNEY J. SAYLOR (I) . . 



Sptbg.S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 

. Ellicott City, Md. 
. . Liberty, S. C. 
Garden City, Ga. 
. . Gilbert, S. C. 
. . Easley.S. C. 
. . Mullms, S. C. 

. Orangeburg, S. C. 

. Anderson. S. C. 

Lamar. S. C. 

. Annandale, Va. 

Clemson, S. C. 

St. Matthews. S. C. 



ROBERT L. SCARBOROUGH (I) Belle Haven, Va. 
ROBT. L. SCARBOROUGH, JR. (2) Eastover, S. C. 
RICHARD E. SCATES (3) . . . Gaffney. S. C. 
TIM J. SCHEILBEL (I) . . . Stratford, Conn. 
JANIS L. SCHIESSER (I) . . . Jericho, N.Y. 
FRED J. SCHILLING (3) . Old Westbury, N. Y. 




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ROBERT C. SCHMIDT (3) 


OldTappan, N.J. 


DANA P. SCHNEIDER (1) . 


Mt. Pleasant. S. C. 


JOSH F. SCHEIDER (3) . 


. Statesville, N. C. 


RANDOLPH P. SCHULLEY (1) 


. Somerville, N. J. 


SHERRYL A. SCHULTZ (1) . 


Alexandria. Va. 


HOWARD L. SCHULZ (3) . 


. Vmeland, N. J. 


OTTO H. SCHUMACHER (3) 


. Walhalla, S. C. 


SUSAN SCHUMACHER (2) 


. Walhalla, S.C 


CHARLES E. SCHUSTER (1) 


Hanahan, S. C. 


DAVID R. SCHWAB (2) . . 


. Birchrunville. Pa. 


ROBERT J. SCOGGINS (2) 


. . Smyrna, S.C. 


BENJAMIN L. SCOTT (2) . 


Charleston, S. C. 


CHARLES D. SCOTT (3) . . 


Orangeburg, S. C. 


DANIEL B. SCOTT (2) . . 


Hollywood, S. C 


JOHN M. SCOTT (2) . . . 


. Lake View, S.C. 


JUDD K. SCOTT (2) . . . 


Anderson, S. C. 


JULIUS G. SCOTT, JR. (2) . 


. Hollywood, S. C 


MARY S. SCOTT (2) . . . 


Summerville, S. C. 


PETER G. SCOTT (2) . . 


Lloyd Harbor, N. Y 


RONALD F. SCOTT (2) . 


Greenwood, S. C 


THOMAS B. SCOTT (2) . 


. LakeV.ew. S. C 


WILLIAM T. SCOTT (3) . . 


. . Dillon, S.C 


VERA A. SCOTT (2) . . . 


Greenwood, S. C. 


JULIA C. SCREWS (2) . . 


Anderson, S. C 


ELEANOR E. SCRUGGS (2) 


. Anderson. S. C 


WILLIAM B. SCRUGGS (2) 


Chesnee, S. C 


THOMAS F. SCURRY (3) . . 


. Columbia. S. C 


CHARLES P. SEA (1) . . 


. Florence. S. C 


JOHN M. SEARS (3) . . . 


Anderson, S. C 


DAVID B. SEASE (3) . . 


Newberry, S. C 


JAMES E. SEASE (1) . . 


. Ehrhardt, S. C 


MARTHA A. SEAY (3) . . 


Spartanburg, S. C 


POLLIANNE SEEGARS (2) . 


. . McBee, S. C 


RALPH W. SEELKE (1) . Char 


eston Heights, S. C 


PAUL A. SEESMAN (1) . . 


. . Rockville, Md 


STEPHEN A. SEFICH (1) . 


Clemson, S. C 



BRUCE SEIFRIED (I) .... Concord, N. H. 
JOHN W. SELF (I) .... Greensboro, N. C. 
JACQUELINE I. SELFRIDGE (2) . Millville. N. J. 
ROBERT M. SELLARS (I) . . . Pauline, S. C. 
NATHANIEL B. SENN (I) . . . Laurens, S. C. 
JOHN M. SEVERS (2) . . . Charlotte. N. C. 

CARROLL L. SEXTON, JR. (2) . Greenwood, S. C. 



WALTER L. SEYLE (1) . . . 


Charleston, S. C 


GARY L. SHANK (1 ) . . . 


Dover, Del 


KATHY SHANNON (2) . . 


Newberry. S. C 


WILLIAM S. SHANNON (3) 


Westbury, N. Y 


CHARLES W. SHARP, JR. (3) 


. . Sumter, S.C 


HUGH P. SHARPE (1) . . . 


Landrum, S. C 


WILBUR F. SHARPE, JR. (1) 


Charleston, S. C 


RAYMOND D. SHARPE (3) . 


. . Atlanta, Ga 


PATRICIA LYNN SHAW (1) 


. Gastonia, N. C 


RANDOLPH G. SHAW (2) . 


Atlanta. Ga 


GRADY 1. SHEALY (3) . . 


Ninety Six, S.C 



J. PAT SHEALY (2) .... Orangeburg, S. C. 
JOHN W. SHEALY (3) . . Wagonwheel. Wyo. 
MARY E. SHEALY (2) . . . . Leesville, S. C. 
ROBERT W. SHELDON (I) . . . Atlanta, Ga. 
ROBERT C. SHELL (I) .... Atlanta, Ga. 



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ALLEN B. SHELLEY (I) 



St. George, S. C. 



FRANK J. SHELLY (3) . . 


. . Rockville, Md 


GEORGE R. SHELLY (1) . 


Conway, S. C 


WILLIE C. SHELLY, JR. (3) 


Conway, S. C 


CHARLES A. SHELTON (1) 


. . Rock Hill, S. C 


DAVID W. SHEPPARD (1) 


Hollywood, Fla 


TOM P. SHEPPARD (3) . 


. . Liberty, S. C 



WILLIAM H. SHERARD (2) . . Williamston, S. C. 
VICTORIA S. SHERIFF (2) . . . Seneca, S. C. 
LARRY D. SHERMAN (3) . . Greenville, S. C. 
GEORGE B. SHERWOOD (2) . Columbia. S. C. 
ROBERT L. SHEWFELT (3) . . . Griffin, Ga. 



ARTHUR J. SHINNERS (3) . W. Springfield, Mass. 


LINDA J. SHIRLEY (2) . . 


. Pendleton, S. C. 


WILLIAM M. SHIRLEY (3) 


Honea Path, S. C 


PAUL R. SHISH (3) . . 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


JOHN M. SHOEMAKE (1) 


. . . Buford, Ga. 


ROBERT D. SHONGO (1) . 


Greenville, S. C. 


NEIL G. SHOPE (1) . . . 


. Harnsburg, Pa. 


GARY S. SHORB (2) . . . 


. Hyattsville, Md. 


HENRY L. SHUGART (1) . 


Chester, S. C. 


BARON K. SHULER (3) . 


Charleston, S. C. 


CHARLES M. SHULER, JR. ( 


) . Orgebg., S. C. 


DONNA K. SHULER (1) . West Columbia, S. C 


DONNA R. SHULER (1) 


Jamestown, S. C 


GEORGE D. SHULER (2) . 


. Holly Hill. S. C. 


HUBERT T. SHULER . . . 


Jamestown, S. C. 


JAMES M. SHULER (1) . . 


Santee, S. C. 


JASPER WM. SHULER (2) . 


. Holly Hill, S. C. 


KEITH C. SHULER (1) . . 


Monetta, S. C. 


TED H. SHULER (2) . . 


Santee, S. C 


THOMAS S. SHULL, JR. (3) 


Annapolis, Md. 


CLYDE S. SHUMPERT (1) . 


Leesville, S. C. 


JAMES E. SHUTE (2) . . 


. . Fort Mill, S. C. 


VICKIE SIACHOS (1) ... 


. Greenville, S. C. 


CHARLES A. SIBLEY (3) . 


. . Rock Hill, S. C 


GARY E. SICILIANO (1) . 


. Asbury Park, N.J 


WILLIAM C. SICKINGER (1) 


. Woodruff. S. C 


MICHAEL C. SIEBERT (3) . 


. . Laurens. S. C. 


ROBERT T. SILANCE (1] . 


Florham Park, N.J. 


RICHARD E. SILLIVANT (1) 


Charleston, S. C 


K. ELIZABETH SIMMONS (3) 


. Greenwood, S. C 


NANCY F. SIMMONS (3) 


. . P.ckens. S. C 


DAVID M. SIMPSON (2) . 


. Simpsonville, S. C 


HENRY G. SIMPSON (3) . 


. Lancaster, S.C 


JAMES M. SIMPSON (2) . 


. Williamston, S.C 


MARY L. SIMPSON (1) . . 


. . Clinton, S.C 


STEVEN 1. SIMPSON (1) . 


. . Rock Hill, S.C 


STEPHEN D. SINCLAIR (1) 


Washington, D. C 


ROBERT B. SINGLETON (2) 


N. Charleston, S. C 


DAVID L. SINGLETON (2) . 


. Greenville, S. C 


NANCY R. SINGLETON (3) 


Seneca. S. C 


JANE V. SINGLEY (2) . . 


Charleston, S. C 


ROBERT E. SINK (2) . . . 


Charleston, S. C 


RAYMOND E. SISTARE (2) 


Spartanburg, S. C 


BEVERLY A. SKARDON (2) 


Clemson, S. C 


ELIZABETH J. SKELTON (2) 


. . . Easley, S. C 


LINDA E. SKELTON (2) . . 


Greenville. S. C 


RICHARD B. SKELTON (1) 


Greenville. S. C 


THOMAS D. SKIDMORE (2) 


. . Roselle, N.J 


JOE M. SKINNER (1) . . 


Gaffney, S. C 








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CHARLES E. SKIPPER (I) . . . Conway, S. C. 
JAMES A. SLABAUGH (I) . . Lexington. Ky. 
JAMES C. SLATER (I) . . Washington, D. C. 
DONALD C. SLAUGHTER (3) Sandy Springs, S. C. 
NANCY J. SLIKER (3) . . . . Wayne, N.J. 
JOHN W. SLOAN, JR. . . . Charlotte, N. C. 

MIKE J. SLOAN (2) . . . . Clemson. S. C. 
NANETTE C. SLOAN (I) . . . . Union. S. C. 

PAULA E. SLOAN (3) Union, S. C. 

THOMAS L. SLOAN (I) . . . . Greer, S. C. 
BRIAN E. SLOSARIK (I) . . . Fairfield, Conn. 
GEORGE R. SMART (I) . Travelers Rest, S. C. 

BOBBY E.SMITH (2) . . . . Hartsville. S. C. 

BOYCE E. SMITH (I) Ashland, Va. 

BRUCE C. SMITH (2) . . . . Anderson. S. C. 
CARL B. SMITH (I) . . . . Mountville. S. C. 
CONNIE SMITH (I) .... Greenwood, S. C. 
DAVID M. SMITH (3) Norway, S. C. 



DAVID R. SMITH (2) . . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


DEBORAH G. SMITH (2) . 


Greenville, S. C. 


DONNA J. SMITH (2) 


Wagener. S. C. 


DONNA K. SMITH (3) . . 


. . Easley.S. C. 


FRANCIS M. SMITH (3) . 


Greenville, S. C. 


GAYLE D. SMITH (3) 


Pickens, S. C. 


GEORGE A. SMITH (1) . 


Greensboro, N. C. 


GEORGE G. SMITH (1) . 


. . . Dublin. Ga. 


H. ANNE SMITH (1) . 




HAROLD A. SMITH (1) . 


. Westminster, S. C. 


JACK W. SMITH (1) . . . 


W.Columbia. S. C. 


JEFFREY W. SMITH (3) . 


. . Concord, N. H. 


JERRY R. SMITH (1) . . 


Forest Park, Ga. 


JOHN M. SMITH (2) . . 


. . Wisadcy, S. C. 


KELLY S. SMITH (2) . . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


LARRY G. SMITH (1) . . 


Greenwood. S. C. 


LISA J. SMITH (1) . . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


MARCUS E. SMITH (3) . 


. Greenv.lle, S. C. 


MARTHA A. SMITH (3) . 


Anderson, S. C. 


MICHAEL D. SMITH (1) . 


Greer. S. C. 


NORMAN K. SMITH (2) . 


. . . Belton. S. C. 


ORRIS A. SMITH (1) . . 


. . Piedmont, S. C. 


PATRICIA A. SMITH (2) . 


. Summerville, S. C. 


RICHARD K. SMITH (2) . 


. Walterboro. S. C. 


ROBERT H. SMITH (2) . 


Birmingham, Mich. 


ROGER B. SMITH (3) . . 


Johnston, S. C. 


ROGER D. SMITH (3) . . 


. Charlotte, N. C 


RONALD G. SMITH (2) . 


Easley. S. C 


RONALD W. SMITH (2) . 


. . . Cades. S. C. 


SAM E. SMITH, JR. (2) . 


. . Lake Gty. S. C 


SELMA D. SMITH (1) . . 


. . Central, S. C 


SIDNEY T. SMITH (3) . . 


Bowman, S. C. 


THOMAS B. SMITH (2) . 


Laurens, S. C 


TOMMY P. SMITH (3) . . 


. Greenv.lle.S. C 


TONY L. SMITH (3) . . 


Anderson, S. C. 


VICTOR E. SMITH. JR. (2) 


. . Folly Isle, S.C 


WALTER H. SMITH (2) . 


. Fountain Inn. S.C. 


WAYNE B. SMITH (3) . . 


Greenwood. S. C 


DEBBIE L. SMOAK (1) . . 


Yonges Island, S. C. 


STEPHEN F. SMOAK (3) . 


. . Rock Hill, S.C 


ERIC H. SNIDER (1) . . 


Anderson, S. C. 


JOHN D. SNIPES (3) . . 


Marion, S. C. 



WILLIAM G. SNIPES (2) 
JOHN D. SNODDY (3) . 
DONALD D. SNOW (I) 
HARRISON D. SNOW (I) 
MICHAEL L. SNYDER (2) 
ROBERT F. SNYDER (3) 



. . . Pelzer. S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Simpsonville S. C. 

New Canaan, Conn. 

Triangle, Va. 

N. Charleston, S. C. 



JOHN R. SOKOHL (2) . Lookout Mtn., Tenn. 
ALGIE G. SOLOMONS (3) . . . Estill, S. C. 
ANDREW D. SOMERVILLE (I) . . Easley, S. C. 
DONNIE R. SORENSON (2) Travelers Rest, S. C. 
CHARLOTTE L. SOTTILE (2) . Isle of Palms. S. C. 
KENNETH G. SOUTHERLIN (3) . Trav. Rest. S. C. 

THORNWELL F. SOWELL (I) . Chesterfield, S. C. 



JOHN T. SOX (I) . . 
RONALD N. SPANGLER 
JOHN E. SPARKS (2) . 
RONNIE W. SPARKS (3) 
JAMES B. SPARROW (I) 



Columbia. S. C. 
Lawndale. N. C. 
Columbus, Ga. 
. Gaffney.S. C. 
Hartsville. S. C. 



BILLIE M. SPEARMAN (I) . . . Taylors, S. C. 
BRENDA G. SPEARMAN (2) . Greenville. S. C. 
NATHANIEL SPELLS (2) . . . Columbia. S. C. 
SID W. SPENCER (2) . . . . Monroe, N. C. 
THOMAS J. SPENCER ( I ) . Travelers Rest. S. C. 
WILLIAM A. SPENCER (2) . Bennettsv.lle. S. C. 

PETER P. SPINELLA (I) . . . Little Falls, N. J. 
HENRY R. SPIVEY (3) .... Clemson, S. C. 
JERRY W. SPRADLEY (3) .... Aiken, S. C. 
RAYMON P. SPREEN (2) . Morns Plains, N. J. 
CELIA A. SPRINGS (I) . . . Florence, S. C. 
JOHN D. SPROUSE (2) . . . Abbeville, S. C. 

HAROLD T. SQUIRES (2) . . Greenwood, S. C. 
CHARLES C. STAFFORD (2) . Lexington. N. C. 
CAROL L. STAHLKUPPE (2) . . Decatur, Ga. 
KATHE Y. STAKEMAN (2) . Bennettsville. S. C. 
JOSEPH D. STANDEFFER (2) . Anderson, S. C. 
DANIEL M. ST. ANDRE (I) . . Greenville. S. C. 

TED W. STANFIELD (I) . . . Columbia, S. C. 
JOHN J. STANKIEWICZ (3) . . Freehold, N. J. 
LINDA C. STANLEY (I) . San Francisco, Calif. 

TAD A. STANLEY (3) Elgin, III. 

LYNN B. STARLING (3) . . . Lakeland, Fla. 
WILLIAM J. STARNES (I) . . . Perry. S. C. 

VAN N. STEADMAN (3) . . . Williston, S. C. 
CLARK K. STECHER, JR. (2) . . Camp Hill. Pa. 

ROY A. STEED (I) Jackson. S. C. 

STEVE K. STEED (I) Jackson, S. C. 

CLYBURN S. STEELE (3) . . . Lancaster, S. C. 
JOHN R. STEER (3) . . . . Ninety Six, S. C. 

M. SUSAN STEIN (3) . . . . Anderson, S. C. 
NANCY M. STEIN (I) .... Anderson, S. C. 
LOUIS A. STENDER (2) . . . Charleston, S. C. 
MICHAEL K. STENSTROM (3) . Hend'ville. N. C. 
GARY D. STEPHENS (I] . . . . Easley. S. C. 
MICHAEL G. STEPHENS (I) . . Taylors, S. C. 

PAULA M. STEPHENS (I) . . Anderson, S. C. 
F. WILLA STEPHENSON (2) . . Seneca, S. C. 
JAMES M. STERLING (2) . . Newberry, S. C. 
JAMES E. STEVENS (I) . . Wilmington, Del. 
BARRY L. STEWART (I) . . Greenwood. S. C. 
CARL R. STEWART (2) . . Franklin Lakes, N. J. 




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CHRISTOPHER W. STEWART 
FREDERICK M. STEWART (3) 
JAMES E. STEWART (I) . 
JAMES M. STEWART (2) . 
KENNETH J. STEWART (I) 

ROBERT L. STEWART (3) . 
VAN A. STICKLES (I) . . 
JACK A. STINSON (2) . . 
MARSHALL STITH (3) . S 
CAROL A. STOCKMAN (2) 
THOMAS B. STODDARD (I) 



Taylors, S. C. 
I) Lake City, S. C. 

. Lake City, S. C. 

. . Aiken, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

. Timonium, Md. 

Greenville, S. C. 

. Abbeville, S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 

jllivan's Island, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Gray Court, S. C. 



WESLEY A. STODDARD (2) . Spartanburg, S. C. 



MORGAN M. STOKLEY (2) 
A. DWIGHT STOKES (I) 
CHARLES V. STOLL (3) . 
GARY M. STONE (I) . . 
JAMES H. STONE, JR. (3) 



NELWYN L. STONE (I) . . . 
PAUL J. STONE (3) . . . . 
WALLACE A. STOREY, JR. (I) 
MARK S. STOUDENMIRE (I) . 
VIRGINIA A. STOVER (3) . . 
BARBARA R. STRACK (3) . . 

MAURICE STRAUSS (I ) . 
PHILLIP N. STRAYER (3) . 
MARIANNA B. STREET (I) . 
FRANK E. STREHLE (2) . . 
EUGENE G. STRIBLING (3) 
CYNDY D. STRICKLAND (3) 



Kingsport, Tenn. 

Columbia, S. C. 

Kmgstree, S. C. 

Guilford, Conn. 
Greenville, S. C. 



Anderson. S. C. 

Manning, S. C. 

. Sptbg., S. C. 

. Pendleton, S. C. 

Blacksburg, S. C. 

. Clemson, S. C. 

Greenbrook, N. J. 

. . Atlanta, Ga. 

Branchville, S. C. 

. . Denbigh, Va. 



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s. c. 



Anderson, S. C. 



WATSON S.STRICKLAND (3) . Georgetown, S. C. 



STEPHEN STRIETER (I) . 
MICHAEL D. STROBLE (2) 
DAVID R. STROMAN (3) . 
LAURENCE E. STROUD (2) 
PHYLLIS A. STROUP (i) . 

WILLIAM B. STROUPE (2) 
KAREN E. STUART (I) . . 
HENRY M. STUCKEY (I) 
HERBERT E. STUCKEY (2) . 
SALLIE A. STURGIS (2) . 
TIMOTHY W. STUTTS (2) . 

JOHN T. SUBER, JR. (3) . 
ARTHUR D. SUGGS (I] . 
BEN R. SULLIVAN (3) . . 
THOMAS A. SUMMERFORD 
JAMES R. SURSAVAGE (3) 
DOMINIC J. SUSINI (3) . 

BETH D. SUTKER (I) . . 
STEPHEN T. SUTTERFIELD (I 
JOSEPH W. SUTTON (I) . 
MELINDA J. SUTTON (3) . 
ROGER D. SWAIN (I) . . 
JIMMY SWANGER (2) . . 



ROYCE A. SWAYZE 
MARION G. SWINK 
E. W. SWYGERT III 
JAMES E. SYKES (I) 
SUZANNE E. SZABO 
EDGAR L. TALBERT ( 



Clemson, S. C. 

. . Aiken, S. C. 

Sumter, S. C. 

Great Falls, S. C. 

. Gastonia, N. C. 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

Greenwood, S. C. 

Orangeburg, S. C. 

. Nesmith.S. C. 

. Rock Hill, S. C. 

. Rock Hill, S. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 

. Clemson, S. C. 

) . Florence, S. C. 

. Andrews, N. C. 

. Camden, N.J. 

. Columbia, S. C. 
. . Atlanta, Ga. 
. Fort Mill, S. C. 
Marietta, Ga. 
. Columbia, S. C. 
. Rock Hill, S.C. 



. . Preble, N. Y. 

Effingham, S. C. 

Lexington, S. C. 

. Gaffney.S. C. 

Anderson, S. C. 

McCormick, S. C. 



ROBERT J. TALBERT (3) . 
THOMAS D. TALMAGE (3) 
FRANCES E. TaVELLE (I) , 
BILLY A. TAYLOR (3) . . 
DANNY E. TAYLOR (I) . 
DAVID E. TAYLOR (3) . 



FRED S. TAYLOR (I) . . 
JAMES B. TAYLOR (3) . 
JAMES W. TAYLOR (3) . 
JOSEPH G. TAYLOR (I) . 
MARK N. TAYLOR (I) . 
MICHAEL B. TAYLOR (I) 

MICHAEL W. TAYLOR (3) 
STANLEY D. TAYLOR (3) 
STEPHEN E. TAYLOR (3) 
STEPHEN H. TAYLOR (3) 
TERRY W. TAYLOR (2) . 
THOMAS D. TAYLOR (3) 



WILLIAM D. TAYLOR (2) 
WILLIAM R. TAYLOR (3) 
ALLEN L. TEAGUE (2) 
FRANKLIN A. TEAL (3) 
RICHARD D. TEAL (3) 
ANITA R. TEGEN (I) . 



DAVID T. TALLON (2) . 
WILLIAM D. TERRY (2) 
MARY JANE TERRY (2) 
REBECCA L. TERRY (I) 
ROBERT C. TERRY (3) 
WM. M. THAMES III (2) 



JAMES C. THIGPEN (3 
B. CRAIG THOMAS (3 
EDWARD M. THOMAS 
GEORGE C. THOMAS 
JAMES R. THOMAS (2 
JULIE A. THOMAS (I) 



North Augusta, S. C. 

. . . Eustis. Fla. 

Gaffney, S. C. 

. Johnsonville, S. C. 

. Greenville, S. C. 

. Asheville, N. C. 



Columbia, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

. Greenville, S. C. 

. . Gilbert, S. C. 

. East Bend, N. C. 

Greeleyville, S. C. 

. . Aiken, S. C. 
Ware Shoals. S. C. 

Greenwood, S. C. 

Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Honea Path, S. C. 



Columbia, S. C. 

Waynesville, N. C. 

Columbia, S. C. 

. . Hartsville, S. C. 

Crescent Beach, S. C. 

. . Central. S. C. 



. Dillon, S. C. 

Fort Inn, S. C. 

Piedmont, S. C. 

Varnville.S. C. 

Martin. S. C. 

nond Beach, Fla. 



RICHARD G. THOMAS (I) 
RONNIE L. THOMAS (I) . 
SARAH A. THOMAS (I) . 
TERRY R. THOMAS (3) . . 
VIRGINIA A. THOMAS (2) 
ERIC K. THOMASON (2) . 

TERESA L THOMASON (I) 
DAVID F. THOMPSON (3) . 
DAVID W. THOMPSON (3) 
JAMES W. THOMPSON (2) 
LARRY S. THOMPSON (3) 
PHILIP C. THOMPSON (2) . 

ROBERT W. THOMPSON (I) 
SARA L. THOMPSON (I) . 
STEVEN H. THOMPSON (I) 
TANIS D. THOMPSON (I) . 
THOMAS A. THOMPSON (2] 
ROBERT G. THOMSON (I) 



Florence, S. C. 
Rock Hill, S. C. 
Salisbury. Md. 

Easley, S. C. 

Easley, S. C. 
Columbia. S. C. 

Seneca. S. C. 
Blacksburg. S. C. 
Batesburg, S. C. 
Darlington, S. C. 

Catawba, S. C. 

. Lyman, S. C. 

. Pickens. S. C. 

Greenville. S. C. 
. . Fairfax, Ala. 
. Rock Hill, S. C. 
. Clemson.S. C. 

Pendleton, S. C. 

. Dundalk, Md. 
. Sumter, S. C. 
Easley. S. C. 
Anderson, S. C. 
Pendleton, S. C. 
Honea Path, S. C. 



WILLIAM F. THOMELOE (I) . Forest City, N. C. 
JOHN G. THORNHILL (2) . . Charleston, S. C. 
JERRY M. THORNTON (2) . Glenn Springs, S. C. 
W. DAVID THRAILKILL (2) . Greenville, S. C. 
CHRISTOPHER J. THRASHER (3) . Pelzer, S. C. 
STEPHANIE G. THREATT (I) . . Kershaw, S. C. 



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JOHN W. THREATTE (2) . 


. Chester, S. C. 


RICHARD M. THROWER (1 ) 


. . Milton, Fla. 


RANDOLPH M. TILLER, JR. (2) 


. Florence, S. C. 


MICHAEL L. TILLIRSON (3) 


. . Liberty, S. C. 


DEBBIE R TILLOTSON (2) . 


Seneca, S. C. 


HERMAN W. TILLOTSON (3) 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


WAYNE F. TIMMER (2) . . 


. Bethlehem, Pa. 


CHARLENE M. TIMMS (2) . 


Anderson, S. C. 


GILL D. TIMPSON (2) . . . 


. Edgefield, S. C. 


WILLIAM W. TINSLEY (2) . 


Fort Myers, Fla. 


MICHAEL T. TIZZANO (3) . 


Simpsonville, S. C. 


CONNIE J. THACKSTON (1) 


Fountain Inn, S. C. 


ALBERT C. TODD (2) . . . 


Greenwood, S. C. 


CHARLES M. TODD (2) . . 


Massapequa, N. Y. 


DALE T. TODD (1) . . . . 


. . . Lons, S. C. 


JIMMY W. TODD (2) . . . 


. . . Loris, S. C. 


LAURA J. TODD (2) . . . 


Virginia Beach, Va. 


LEROY TODD (1) . . . . 




MURRAY R. TODD (2) . . 


Virginia Beach, Va. 


GEORGE W. TOLBERT (1) . 


. Greenwood, S. C. 


H. PRESSLEY TOMPKINS, JR. 


(2) Sum'ville, S.C. 


JOHN C. TOMSYCK (1) . 


. Greenville, S.C. 


DEBORAH J. TONEY (1) 


. . Seneca, S.C. 


GEORGE A. TOOLE (1) . . 


. Williston, S. C. 


GILES P. TOOLE (1 ) . . . 


Williston, S.C. 


GEORGE R. TOOLEY (1) . 


Duncan, S. C. 


WILLIAM A. TOUCHSTONE (3) . Commerce, Ga. 


AL M. TOWERY (2) . . . 


Sumter, S.C. 


DEBBIE 1. TOWNSEND (1 ) . 


. . Clemson, S. C. 


VERNON A. TRAMMELL (1) 


. . Clinton, S.C. 


H. HARRISON TRAYLOR (1) 


. Columbia. S. C. 


JERRY W. TRAYHAM (3) . 


Honea Path. S. C. 


MARK LEE TREESE (1 ) . . 


Marthasville, Mo. 


JAMES M. TREMBLEY (2) 


. . Sumter, S.C. 


NICHOLAS R. TRICE (2) . 


Columbia, S. C. 


ANTHONY C. TRIOLO (3) . 


Staten Island. N. Y. 


GAYLE L. TRIPP (1) . . . 




CHRIS TRIVELAS (3) . . 


Charleston. S. C. 


MARY J. TROTTER (3) . . 


Hawesville, Ky. 


SUE E. TROUT (1) . . . 


Coral Gables. Fla. 


CHALMERS E. TROUTMAN (2) . Troutman, N.C. 


ROBERT C. TRUESDALE (1) . 


W.Columbia, S.C. 


BONNIE J. TRULUCK (2) . 


. Charleston. S.C. 


JOHNNY F. TRULUCK (1) . 


. Darlington, S. C. 


WILLIAM E. TRUMAN ( 1) 


Temple Hills. Md. 


EDGAR W. TRUSSELL (1) . 


. Walterboro. S. C. 


CLINTON M. TUCKER (3) . 


Greenville, S. C. 


JEAN C. TUCKER (1) . . 


. Society Hill, S.C. 


WADE R. TUCKER (1) . . 


. . Rock Hill, S.C. 


ADGER L. TURNER (2) . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


CALVIN C. TURNER, JR. (2) 


. . Belton, S. C 


EDWARD J. TURNER (1) . 


. Succasonna, N. J. 


JOSEPH J. TURNER, JR. (3) 


. . Williston, S.C 


KAREN E. TURNER (1) . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


MICHAEL L. TURNER (2) . 


Seneca, S. C 


REBECCA J. TURNER (2) . 


. Simpsonville. S.C 


RICHARD M. TURNER, JR. (3) Orangeburg, S. C 


RICHARD W. TURNER (3) . 


. . Augusta, Ga 


SAM L. TURNER, JR. (1) . 


. . Pickens, S.C. 


TIM W. TURNER (2) . . 


Spartanburg, S. C 



B. TRACY TURNER (I) 
VALERIE A. TURNER (I) 
WILLIAM P. TURNER (I) 
ROBERT J. TUSSO (3) 
DIANE E. TUTTLE (3) . 
WM. E. TWILLEY, JR. (I] 

RONALD D. TWITTY (2| 
JEAN K. TYLER (I) . 
JOHN T. TYLER (2) . 
LARRY L. UNGER (2) . 
VICKIE S. UNGER (I) . 
ALEXANDER UR (3) . 



Lancaster, S. C 
Clemson, S. C. 
. Senesa, S. C 
. Westfield, N.J. 
Clemson, S. C. 
N. Augusta, S. C. 

. Charlotte, N. C. 
N.Charleston, S. C. 
. . . Estill. S. C. 
. Greenville, S. C. 
Greenville, S. C. 
. Clemson, S. C. 



COLIN J. URQUHART (3) 
STEPHEN A. USRY (2) . 
THOMAS C. VALESKY (3) 
JACK G. VALLENTINE (2) 
WM. W. VAN ALLEN, JR. | 
CHARLES S. VANN (I) . 



. Orange. N.J. 

. Florence, S. C. 

Penns Grove, N. J. 

Cope, S. C. 

. Somerville, N.J. 

Jacksonville, Ala. 



DOUGLAS W. VAN OSDELL (3) Sun 



rton, S. C. 

DAVID T. VanVOLKENBURG (2) . . Erie, Pa. 
FRANK R.VAUGHN (2) . . . . Greer. S. C. 
JAMES W. VAUGHN (2) . . Anderson, S. C. 
KENNETH S. VAUGHN (2) . Greenville, S. C. 
MICHAEL A. VAUGHN (2) . . Gaffney. S. C. 

RANDALL P. VAUGHN (I) . . Lancaster, S. C. 
RICHARD C. VAUGHN (3) . Greenville. S. C. 
JACK S. VERNON (3) . . . Chesterfield, S. C. 
KENNETH F. VETTER (I) .... Edison. N.J. 
LAWRENCE B. VISCONTI (3) . Stratford, Conn. 
DREW J. VISIOLI (I) . . . . Anderson, S.C 



FRANK H. VOGEL (3) . 
JOHN T. VOGLER (2) . 
FRED F. VOLLHERBST (2) 
JAMES M. VON HOLLEN I 
JAMES H. WACKWITZ (2) 
PHILLIP M. WADDELL (I) 



Lakewood, N. J. 
Charlotte, N. C. 
Springfield, N.J. 
Greenville, S.C, 
' Providence, N.J. 
Greer, S. C. 



TIMOTHY F. WADDELL (2) . Spartanburg, S. C. 

JOHN L. WADE (3) Central, S. C. 

FRANK S. WAESCHE III (2) . Baltimore, Md. 
JAMES E. WALDREP (3) . . Greenville, S. C. 
JULIAN S. WALDREP, JR. (3) . Greenwood, S. C. 
S. MARVIN WALDREP (2) . . . Chester, S. C. 



RONALD A. WALFIELD (3) 


. Walterboro. S. C 


DAVID A. WALKER ( 1 ) . . 


Clover, S. C 


DAVID W. WALKER (1) . . 


Spartanburg, S. C 


DAVIS C. WALKER (3) . . 


Decatur, Ga 


DOROTHY J. WALKER (2) . 


Columbia, S. C 


JOHN T. WALKER (2) . . 


Columbia, S. C 


PHILIP E. WALKLET (1) . 


Williamsburg, Va 


GLENN E. WALL (1) . . . 


Timmonsville. S. C 


WILLIAM T. WAIL (3) . . 


. Edgefield. S. C 


DONALD N. WALLER (3) . 


. . Beaufort. S.C 


A. CHARLES WALLMO (3) 


. Ft. Collins, Colo 


DOUGLAS L WALPOLE (1) 


. N. Augusta, S. C 


JAMES L. WALSER (2) . . 


Taylors, S. C 


GEORGE G. WALTERS (2) 


Cheraw, S. C 


HENRY M. WALTERS (2) 


. Anderson, S. C 


JAMES D. WALTERS (3) . . 


. Greenville, S. C 


JOHN W. WALTERS (1) . . 


. Greenville, S. C 


TED W. WALTERS (1) 







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Greenwood, S. C. 


FREDDIE C. WALTZ (3) . . 


. . Ruffin, S. C. 


REBECCA C. WANNAMAKER ( 


1) Clemson, S. C. 


JOHNSON H. WARD (1) . 


Ninety Six, S. C. 


MICHAEL C. WARD (2) . . 


. Marion. S. C. 


RALEIGH O. WARD (1) 


Effingham. S. C. 


DAVID A. WARDLAW (3) 


. Whitmire, S. C. 


ROBERT S. WARDLAW (2) . 


St. Matthews, S. C. 


WILLIAM G. WARDLAW (3) 


Anderson. S. C. 


JOHN H. WARNER (2) . . 


Greenwood, S. C. 


WILLIAM R. WARNER (1) . 


Greenwood, S. C. 


JAMES D. WARREN (3) . Char 


eston Hghts., S. C. 


JOHN N. WARREN (1) . . 


. . Startex.S. C. 


KATHERINE C. WARREN (1) 


Easley, S. C. 


RUFUS R. WARREN (1) . . 


. . Olar, S. C. 


JOHN M. WATERS (2) . . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


BEVERLY R. WATKINS (1) . 


Greenville, S. C. 


GARY M. WATKINS (2) . . 


Clemson. S. C. 


GEORGE L. WATKINS (1) . 


Bishopville, S. C. 


THOMAS F. WATKINS (2) . 


. . Seneca. S. C. 


WILLIAM J. WATKINS (2) 


Batesburg, S. C. 


BEN G. WATSON (3) . . . 


N. Augusta, S. C. 


CHRIS M. WATSON (3) 


Greenville, S. C. 


CLYDE T. WATSON (3) . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


JAMES C. WATSON (1) . . 


Florence, S. C. 


JERRY S. WATSON (1) . . 


Columbia, S. C. 


JOSEPH P. WATSON (3) . . 


. Anderson, S. C. 


MICHAEL S. WATSON (1) . 


Simpsonville, S. C. 


ROBERT L. WATSON III (1) 


Anderson. S. C. 


RODERICK M. WATSON II (3 


Ridge Spg.. S. C. 


SHERRILL L. WATSON (3) . 


Edgefield, S. C. 


THOMAS H. WATSON (1) 


Camden. S. C. 


LARRY E. WATTS (1) . . . 


Florence, S. C. 


LAWRENCE S. WATTS (3) . 


Morris Plains, N.J. 


PATRICK R. WATTS (2) . . 


Camden. S. C. 


WALDO J. WATTS (2) . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


PATRICIA B. WAYNE (1) 


Magnolia, Mass. 


HENRY F. WEATHERS. JR. (3) 


Fountain Inn, S. C. 


JOHN O. WEATHERS (1) . 


Bowman. S. C. 


KENNETH J. WEATHERS (1) . 


Fountain Inn, S. C. 


LAWRENCE L. WEATHERS (2) 


Bowman, S. C. 


JOHN J. WEAVER III (3) . 


Bennettsville, S. C. 


PRISCILLA A. WEAVER (1) 


Greenville, S. C. 


HENRY M. WEBB (2) . . . 


. Hartsville.S. C. 


PETER F. WEDDELL (3) . . 


. Goshen, Ind. 


BARBARA L. WEEKS (1) . . 


Florence, S. C 


CALVIN R. WEEKS (2) . . 


. Savannah, Ga. 


PRESTON H. WEEKS, JR. (1) 


. . A.ken.S. C 


THOMAS J. WEEKS (1) . . 


Ware Shoals, S. C 


FRANK J. WEISENSEE (2) . 


Toms River, N.J 


PATRICIA A. WEISNER (1) 


Laurens, S. C 


BARBARA A. WELBORN (2) 


. . Pickens, S. C 


JAMES M. WELBORN (3) . 


. Anderson, S.C 


JULIUS W. WELBORN III (2) 


. . Tryon, N. C 


LYNN C. WELBORN (3) 


. . Pickens, S.C 


HENRY D. WELCH (2) . . 


Society Hill. S.C 


HOWARD J. WELCH (1) . . 


Salisbury, N. C 


ROBERT L. WELCH (2) . . 


. . Dillon, S.C 


BARBARA B. WELLS (2) . . 


Anderson, S. C 


CONNIE E. WELLS (1) . . 


. . Tillman, S.C 



JEROME C. WELLS (2) . . 


Orangeburg, S. C. 


WAYNE C. WELLS (3) . . 


Clemson, S. C. 


LAURA S. WELSH (1) . . . 


. Walhalla, S. C. 


STEPHEN L. WELSH (2) . . 


. Walhalla, S. C. 


ROBERT S. WENNERSTEN (3) 


. Glen Rock, N.J. 


RICHARD B. WERTS (3) 


. Ninety Six, S. C. 


ERNEST R. WESSINGER (1) 


. Columbia, S. C. 


J. HENRY WESSINGER (3) 


Columbia, S. C. 


JAMES E. WEST (1) . . . 


Simpsonville, S. C. 


JERRY J WEST ( 1 ) . . . 




ROBERT P. WEST (1) ... 


Anderson, S. C. 


THOMAS H. WEST (1) . . 


. . Marion. S. C. 


VIRGINIA L. WEST (2) . . 


Atlanta, Ga. 


WALTER D. WEST (1) . . 


Easley, S. C. 


JAMES F. WESTBROOK (3) . 


Clemson, S. C. 


JAMES K. WESTBURY, JR. (1) 


St. Matthews, S. C. 


DELWIN N. WESTMORELAND 


(1) . A,ken,S. C. 


MARY K. WESTMORELAND (1 


) . Lancaster, S. C. 


JEFFREY M. WESTON (2) . 


. . Union, S.C. 


KEITH E. WHATLEY (1) . . 


. Greenville, S. C. 


PIERCE L. WHATLEY (2) . . 


. Columbia, S. C. 


LEE E. WHEATLEY (2) . . 


Augusta, Ga. 


ROBERT C. WHEATLEY (3] . 


Spartanburg, S. C. 


JOHN H. WHEELER (3) . . 


. . Saluda, S.C. 


RICHARD D. WHEELER (3) 


Clemson, S. C. 


DON V. WHELCHEL (3) . 


. Gaffney, S. C. 


C. W. WHETSTONE, JR. (2) . 


St. Matthews, S.C. 


CRAIG N WHITE (2) . . 


Fairfax, Va. 


PAUL M. WHITE (1) ... 


Anderson, S. C. 


PHYLLIS A. WHITE (3) . . 


W.Columbia, S.C. 


ROBERT B. WHITE (3) . . 


. Greenville, S.C. 


R. E. WHITE, JR. (1) . . . 


Fountain Inn, S. C. 


ROGER W. WHITE (1) . . 


Bonneau, S. C. 


RONNIE B. WHITE (2) . . 


Anderson, S. C. 


SAMUEL B. WHITE (1) . . 


Timmonsville, S. C. 


SCOTT M. WHITE (1) . . 


Gaffney, S. C. 


THELMA L. WHITE (1) . . 


Greenville, S. C. 


THOMAS R. WHITE (1) . 


. Wmnsboro, S. C. 


WORTHLYN A. WHITE (2) . 


. Columbia, S. C. 


JOHN A. WHITENER (2) . 


Lancaster, S. C. 


MARILYN S. WHITENER (1) 


Newberry, S. C. 


RALPH E. WHITESELL (2) . 


. Rock Hill, S.C. 


MICHAEL L. WHITFIELD (3) 


Anderson, S. C. 


BRUCE E. WHITLOCK (1) . 


Cottageville, S. C. 


CHARLES G. WHITMIRE (3) 


. Greenville, S. C. 


JUDITH A. WHITMIRE (3) . 


. Greenville, S.C. 


RAYMOND R. WHITT, JR. (2) 


. . Easley, S. C. 


DAVID M. WHITTAKER (3) . 


. Rhinebeck, N.Y. 


CECELIA E. WHITTEN (1) . 


Clemson, S. C. 


ELIZABETH R. WHITTINGTON 


(1) . Loris, S. C. 


FORREST M. WHITTINGTON 


(3) . . Loris, S.C. 


GRADY D. WICKER (3) . . 


. Newberry, S. C. 


DANIEL S. WIGGERS (3) . 


. . Pomar.a.S. C. 


DONALD H. WIGGINS (3) . 


Pt. Pleasant, W. Va 


MARY K. WIGGINS (2) . . 


Pt. Pleasant, W. Va 


ROBERT L. WIGGINS (3) . 


. . Clemson, S. C 


JULIE A. WILCOX (2) 


. . . Elkton, Md 


JOSEPH J. WILEY III (3) . 


Summerville, S. C 


RICHARD L. WILEY (2) . . 


Anderson, S. C 


VIVIAN J. WILEY (1) . . 


. Darlington, S.C 



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WILLIAM J. WILFINSER ( 
ROBERT T. WILKINS (2) 
ROBERT M. WILKINSON ( 
DAVID C. WILLIAMS (I) 
DEBRA L. WILLIAMS (I) 
DONNA S. WILLIAMS (3) 

EDGAR G. WILLIAMS (I) 



. . Emmaus, Pa. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Walterboro. S. C. 

Taylors, S. C. 

Greenville, S. C. 

Florence, S. C. 

. Rock Hill. S. C. 



FRAN WILLIAMS (I) . . . Charleston. S. C. 
HARRISON J. WILLIAMS (I) . Hickory, S. C. 
JAMES H. WILLIAMS (2) . W. Columbia. S. C. 
JAMES R. WILLIAMS (3) . . Newberry, S. C. 
JOHN F. WILLIAMS (3) . . Cleveland, N. C. 



JOHN K. WILLIAMS [I 
JOHN L. WILLIAMS (I 
JUDITH L. WILLIAMS 
MARK R. WILLIAMS ( 
MELVIN Z. WILLIAMS 
NANCY L. WILLIAMS 



Columbia. S. C. 

Dover, Del. 

. Asheville. N.C. 

, Greenville, S. C. 

Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 

Seneca, S. C. 



NORMAN F. WILLIAMS (2] . Pendleton, S. C. 

NORMAN R. WILLIAMS (2) . . Easley, S. C. 

ROBERT T. WILLIAMS (I) . . . Cayce. S. C. 

RONNIE A. WILLIAMS (I) . . . Seneca, S. C. 

RUSSELL S. WILLIAMS (2) . Greenville, S. C. 

SAMUEL F. WILLIAMS (I) . . Allendale, S. C. 

TERRY E. WILLIAMS (3) . . Greenville. S. C. 

GENE R. WILLIAMSON (3) . . Salters, S. C. 

HOWARD D. WILLIAMSON (3) . Cheraw, S. C 

WILLIAM P.WILLIAMSON (2) . . York, S. C. 

WARREN D. WILLOUGHBY (I) Virginia Bch.. Va. 

ALLISON L. WILSON (I) . . . Greer, S. C. 



ARNOLD D. WILSON (I) 
CAROLE B. WILSON (2) 
CHAYLA L. WILSON (I ) 
CURTIS D. WILSON (I) 
ERICA J. WILSON (3) . 
WAYNE E. WILSON (3) 

FRED G. WILSON (I) . 

GARLAND K. WILSON (3 

J. LEWIS WILSON (I) . 

JANICE E. WILSON (3) . 

JOHN E. WILSON (I) . 

KEITH M. WILSON (2) . 

RALPH E. WILSON (I) . 
RICHARD P. WILSON (3) 
WILLIAM G. WILSON (3) 
JOSEPH R. WIMMER (2) 
JAMES H. WINBURN (I) 
JOHN D. WINBURN (3) . . 

LARRY D. WINDHAM (2) . 
DOUGLAS A. WINKELMANN 
DAVID M. WINKLES, JR. (3) 
PHILIP B. WINSTON (2) . . 
FRANK W. WIRTH (I) . . 
JOSEPH A. WISE (I) . . 



. . Lancaster, Pa. 

Clemson, S. C. 

Moncks Corner, S. C. 

. Towson. Md. 

. Greenville, S. C. 

. . Abbeville, S. C. 

Laurens, S. C. 
. . Fort Mill, S. C. 
. . . Seneca. S. C. 
. . Four Oaks, N.C. 
. . Abbeville, S. C. 
. . . Atlanta, Ga. 

. . Meadville. Pa. 

Columbia. S. C. 

. . Abbeville. S. C. 

Cayce, S. C. 

Galivants Ferry. S. C. 

. . Columbia, S. C. 

. . Sumter, S. C. 

[I) . Arlington, Va. 
. . Oswego, S. C. 
. Jonesboro. Ga. 
, Schnecksville. Pa. 
. Watchung, N. J. 



LARRY V. WISE (3) . 
SUSAN C. WISE (I) . 
CONRAD W. WISINGER 
ANDREW F. WITKO (2) 
STEVE L. WITT (2) . . 
JAMES D. WITTER (3) . 



. . Columbia, S. C. 
. . . Blackville. S. C. 
(3) Saddle Brook, N.J. 
. . . Alexandria, Va. 
. Capitol Heights, Md. 
. . . Chaffee, N. Y. 



BRIAN A. WOLFE (I) 
JOYCE A. WOLFE (I) 
FOREST J. WOOD (6) 
GARY T. WOOD (I) 
JOHN W. WOOD (3) 
PAIGE L. WOOD (I) , 

PAMELA A. WOOD (2) 
PHIL E. WOOD (I) . . 
RICHARD O. WOOD (3) . 
DERRELL E. WOODFIN (I) . 
ANDREW D. WOODHAM, JR. 
SALLY H. WOODLE (I) . . 

EDWARD D. WOODROW (l) 
JAMES D. WOODSON (3) . 
NANCY A. WOODSON (2) . 
DEWARD B. WOOLBRIGHT III 
JACOUE L. WOOTEN (I) . 
RICHARD E. WOOTEN (3) . 



Spartanburg, S. C. 
Lancaster, S. C. 
China Grove, N. J. 
West Union, S. C. 
Great Falls, S. C. 
Mt. Pleasant. S. C. 

Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
. Woodruff, S. C. 
. Lake City, S. C. 
. Gramling, S. C. 
(2) Bish'ville, S. C. 
Greenwood, S. C. 

. . Olanta.S. C. 

Easley. S. C. 

. . Liberty. S. C. 

|2) . Sptbg., S. C. 

Greenville. S. C. 

Pendleton. S. C. 



DON A. WORLEY (2] .... Newberry, S. C. 
JOHN W. WORSHAM (3) . . Bamberg. S. C. 
ZACHERY R. WOULDLAST (2) . Abbey Lane. Ire. 
STEPHEN G. WRAY (3) .... Gaffney, S. C. 
BETTY Z. WRIGHT (2) . . . Holly Hill, S. C. 
BILLY R. WRIGHT (I) .... Chester. S. C. 

CLYDE R. WRIGHT (3) . . . Gastonia. N. C. 
JOYCE LEE WRIGHT (2) . . Greenville, S. C. 
JUDITH E.WRIGHT (2) . . . . Ward. S. C. 
MARK A. WRIGHT (I) . ... Havertown, Pa. 
SHERRY H. WRIGHT (I) . . Gastonia. N. C. 
THOMAS L. WRIGHT (3) . . . Duncan. S. C. 

WILLIAM G. WRIGHT (3) . . Rock Hill, S. C. 
WILLIE T. WRIGHT (I) . . . New York. N.Y. 
PHYLLIS H. WRONG (3) . . . Lynchburg, Va. 
THOMAS W. WURTZ (2) . . Wantagh, N.Y. 

DAVID C. WYLIE (I) Chester, S. C. 

ROBERT S. WYLIE (3) . . . Blacksburg. S. C. 

WILLIAM L. WYLIE. JR. (I) . Wmnsboro, S. C. 
WILLIAM E. WYMAN (I) . . Mt. Lakes. N. J. 

DAVID L. WYNN (I) Cheraw. S. C. 

JOSEPH E. WYSOWSKI (I) . Westbrook, Conn. 

CLIFF YATES (2) Lancaster, S. C. 

NAOMI YATES (I) Olanta S. C. 

RAY A. YAUGER (3) . . . . Uniontown, Pa. 
JAMES C. YEAMAN (2) . . . Durham. N. C. 
LARRY E. YONCE (2) .... Johnston. S. C. 
GARY D. YOUELL (2) . . Hendersonvllle, N. C. 
JAMES E. YOUMANS (2) . . . Varnville, S. C. 
AMY C. YOUNG (I) Cassatt, S. C. 

JAMES R. YOUNG (2) .... Kershaw. S. C. 
OTTO J. YOUNG. JR. (2) . . Greenwood, S. C. 
RICK P. YOUNG (2) . . . Mooresville, N. C. 
STEVEN D. YOUNG (I) . . . Greenville, S. C. 
THOMAS O. YOUNG (2) . . . Brunson, S. C. 
WOODROW C. YOUNG (I) . . Duncan, S. C. 

EDWARD M.YOUNG (2) . . Columbia, S. C. 
DAVID C. ZACHARIAS (2) . . . Berwyn, Pa. 
ODELL C. ZACHARY (2) . . Greenville, S. C. 
CARL A. ZAMBON (3) . . . Oxon Hill. Md. 
CARL HENRY ZIPF (2) . . . Bryn Mawr. Pa. 
NICK D. ZUNGOLI (I) . . . Bloomfield, N. J. 




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DABNEY H. ADAMS .... Greenville, S. C. 
DAVID C. ALDERMAN .... Sumter. S. C. 
GWENDOLYN S. ALDRICH . Greenville, S. C. 

JOHN C. ALFORD Sumter, S. C. 

ALBERT D. ALLBRITTON .... Sumter, S. C. 
JAMES I. ANDERSON .... Sumter, S. C. 

DAVID A. ANDREWS .... Greenville, S. C. 

LARRY L. ARDIS Sumter, S. C. 

JOHNNY S. BAILEY .... Greenville, S. C. 
MIKEL J. BARBARE .... Greenv.lle, S. C. 
MARVIN D. BARFIELD .... Sumter, S. C. 
DOROTHY C. BARNETTE .... Greer. S. C. 

BENNIE T. BARWICK Sumter, S. C. 

MARCUS L. BAUGH .... Greenville, S. C. 

ROBERT H. BEATY Sumter, S. C. 

BURA H. BECK Memphis, Tenn. 

GLENN A. BLACKWELL .... Mauld.n, S. C. 
GARY M. BLANTON .... Greenville, S. C. 



LINDA M. BONEY Sumter, S. C. 

TERRY A. BRAGG Greenv.lle, S. C. 

VERNA M. BRITTON . . . Hemingway, S. C. 

CHRIS L. BROOKS Greenville, S. C. 

ALLISON T. BROWN .... Greenville, S. C. 
BILLY H. BROWN Easley, S. C. 

SIDNEY M. BROWN Sumter, S. C. 

SONIA M. BROWN .... Bishopville, S. C. 
RICHARD O. CANNON . . . Greenville, S. C. 
MICHAEL D. CARLON .... Sumter, S. C. 
WILLIAM H. CARROLL . . . Greenville, S. C. 
CHARLES E. CHANDLER, JR. . . Sumter, S. C. 

KARL B. CHANDLER Sumter, S. C. 

GEORGE R. CLARK Boykin, S. C. 

LARRY W. CLARK Boykin, S. C. 

ROBERT V. COMEAU .... Piedmont, S. C. 

JOHN A. CONNELL Sumter, S. C. 

ROBERT L. COOK Dalzell, S. C. 

DAVID P. COPELAND .... Bethune, S. C. 
JACKSON M. COPELAND .... Greer, S. C. 

ROY A. COX Greer, S. C. 

JOSEPH L. CRAZE Greenville, S. C 

MICHAEL D. CULPEPPER . . Greenv.lle, S. C. 
PATRICIA A. DALY Sumter, S. C. 

RANDY H. DANIELS Alcolu, S. C. 

MARY J. DAVIS Wedgefield, S. C. 

HERBERT O. DEW Bishopville. S. C. 

ROBERT A. DICKEY Camden, S. C. 

WILLIAM A. DICKEY .... Camden, S. C. 
CHESTA T. DIVELEY Sumter, S. C. 

JAMES E. DOBSON .... Greenville, S. C. 

DAVID C. DORITY Sumter, S. C. 

GINNY LEE DRIVER Sumter, S. C. 

DENNIS H. EDWARDS . . . Greenville, S. C. 
THOMAS E. EDWARDS . . . Greenville, S. C. 
WILLIAM H. FISHBURNE . . . Sumter, S. C. 

RANDAL B. FLOWERS .... Sumter, S. C. 

JOSEPH M. FLOYD NewZion.S. C. 

MELVIN D. FORT Sumter, S. C. 

PHILLIP C. FREEMAN . . . Greenv.lle, S. C. 
KASPER F. FULGHUM . . . Greenville, S. C. 
MICHAEL R. GILLIAM . . . Greenville. S. C. 




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NAT GIST Sumter. S. C. 

BRENDA L. GOODWIN . . . Greenville. S. C. 

DEBBIE L. GORDON Sumter, S. C. 

DANNY Z. GRAY Greenville, S. C. 

ERNEST S. GRAY, JR. . . . Greenville, S. C. 
REX R. GRAY Greenville, S. C. 

FRANK R. GRAYBEAL Sumter, S. C. 

CHARLES D. GREEN Sumter, S. C. 

JUDY L. GRIFFIN Sumter, S. C. 

KERRY R. GRUBBS Greenville, S. C. 

RICHARD W. GRUBBS . . . Greenville, S. C. 
JOHN W. GUILDS Sumter, S. C. 

ROBERT B. GUTSHALL .... Sumter. S. C. 
PATRICIA L. HAIRSTON . . . Taylors, S. C. 

DAMON E. HALEY, JR Sumter, S. C. 

PETER T. HALEY Pinewood, S. C. 

ERNIE D. HATFIELD Sumter, S. C. 

DAVID E. HAZELWOOD .... Sumter, S. C. 

MICHAEL E. HILL Sumter, S. C. 

WAYNE F. HILL, JR. . . . T.mmonsville. S. C. 

DARLENE HODGE Manning, S. C. 

MARLENE HODGE Manning, S. C. 

J. DAVID HOLLADAY Sumter. S. C. 

REBECCA L. HUSKINS Sumter, S. C. 

ROBERT O. HUTCHENS .... Sumter, S. C. 

HELENE P. ISAACS Greenville, S. C. 

MARION D. JENKINSON . . Summerton, S. C. 

JOHN K. JENNINGS Sumter. S. C. 

ROBERT A. JOHNSON . . . Greenv.lle, S. C. 
S.ALLEN KEMMERLIN .... Sumter, S. C. 

RICHARD R. KIRK Greenville, S. C. 

LARRY R. KNIGHTON . . . Simpsonville, S. C. 

ERNEST R. KOLB Sumter, S. C. 

MARCIA C. KOLB Sumter, S. C. 

DAVID E. LAKE Greenville. S. C. 

JEANETTE LANCIANESE . . . Greenville, S. C. 

BETH LAWTON Greenville, S. C. 

M. ELLEN LAWTON .... Greenville. S. C. 

SHIRLEY J. LEACH Sumter. S. C. 

GEORGE W. LEE Greenville, S. C. 

MICHAEL E. LEE Boykin. S. C. 

MICHAEL B. LINK Taylors. S. C. 

CLAUDIA J. LOWDER .... Manning. S. C. 
RONALD H. McCOLLEN . . . Greenv.lle, S. C. 
CHARLES L. McCORD, JR. . . Manning, S. C. 
FRANKIE D. McELVEEN . . . Lynchburg. S. C. 

TERESA J. McGINNIS Sumter. S. C. 

HUBERT P. MclNTYRE .... Greenv.lle, S. C. 

MICHAEL F. McLEOD Sumter, S. C. 

ROBERT L. McMAHAN . . . Shaw AFB, S. C. 
HAROLD W. MORGAN .... Belton, S. C. 

CHARLES D. MORRIS Sumter, S. C. 

RUBIN N. MORRIS, JR Alcolu. S. C. 

MARK L. MOSELEY Sumter, S. C. 

MIKE T. MUNN Camden, S C. 

HOMER B. NASH Mann.ng. S. C. 

D. MAVINE NORRIS Greer, S. C. 

JEOFFERY J. NYBORG .... Sumter, S. C. 

KAY A. OLDHOUSER Sumter, S. C. 

WILSON H. OLDHOUSER, JR. . . Sumter, S. C. 



WADE T. OXENDINE Dalzell, S. C. 

MARLA J. PADGETT Camden, S.C. 

JOHN M. PADGETT Camden, S. C. 

BEVERLEE R. PAGE Sumter, S. C. 

JOHN C. PARKER Greenville. S. C. 

RICHARD E. PARKER Camden, S. C. 



WILLIAM R. PATRICK .... Greenville 

AMY R. PEREZ Sumter 

LOUIS C. PIPER Sumter 

HERMAN B. PLAYER Sumter 

JAMES F. POOLE Sumter 

ALLAN K. PRESSLEY .... Greenville 

JOHN D. PRINCE, JR Sumter 

LOIS C. PRITCHARD Sumter 

STEVEN K. QUATTLEBAUM . . Manning 
MELVIN W. RAINES .... Greenville 
MITCHELL D. RAY Greenville 



K. WAYNE REED Sir 



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S. c. 
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ter, S.C. 
lie, S.C. 

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ter, S. C. 
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JAMES C. REEVES . . . 


. Piedmont 


S.C. 


BARRY M. REYNOLDS . . 


. . Sumter 


S.C. 


LARRY B. REYNOLDS . . 


. . Sumter 


S.C. 


LORA F. ROBERTSON . . . 


. Greenville 


S.C. 


JEANETTE O. ROGERS . . 


Taylors 


S.C. 


NANCY L. ROGERS . . . 


. . Sumter 


s r. 


BURRELL S. ROGERSON . 


. . Sumter 


s.c. 


THOMAS E. ROSS . . . . 


. . Sumter 


s c. 


ANDREW J. SARANKO . . 


Greenville 


S.C. 


WILLIAM H. SEYMOUR . 


. . Sumter 


S.C. 


LINDA J. SMITH .... 




S.C. 


RIGGIE C. SMITH . . . . 




S.C. 


BARRY G. SPRUELL . . . 


. Greenv.lle 


S.C. 


STANLEY K. STEEN . . 




s r 


REBA A. STOKES 


. . . Greer 


s r 


DANNY H. STONE . . . 


. Williamston 


s.c. 


RICHARD C. STRAUSS . . 


. . Sumter 


s.c. 


TERRILL D. STRICKLAND . 


. . . Elgin 


s.c. 


MARY M. STROM . . . 


. Piedmont 


s.c. 


STEVE G. SUMNER . . . . 




s.c. 


WILLIAM G. TATE . . . . 




s.c. 


STEPHANIE A. TAYLOR . 


. . Sumter 


s.c. 


JAMES E. THIGPEN . . . 


. . Sumter 


s r 


A. LOUISE TOBIAS . . . 


. . Wilson 


s r. 


RICHARD A. TRAYNHAM . 


Greenville 


s.c. 


LAURA M. TROUTMAN . 


. . Sumter 


s.c. 


JAMES M. TURNER . . . 


Greenville 


s.c. 


KATHLEEN VAN GIESON . 


Greenville 


s.c. 


JAMES O. VAUGHN . . . 


Greenville 


s.c. 


JERRINE R. VERDIN . . . 


Greenville 


s.c. 


KENNETH C. VINSON . . 


Camden 


s.c. 


MICHAEL E. WATSON . . 




s.c. 


MARTHA A. WELLMON . 


Greer 


s.c. 


DAVID E. WHAM, JR. , 


Gray Courl 


s.c 


NEAL A. WHITE . . . . 


Greenville 


s.c 


STUAR E. WHITE . . 


. . Sumter 


s r 


DAVID A. WHITTLE . . . 


. . Sumter 


s.c 


ELLEN M. WILLIAMS . . 


Greenville 


s.c 


LARRY A. WILLIAMS . . 




s.c 


JOHN W. WINDHAM . 


. . . Sumter 


s.c 


THOMAS F. YEARGIN . . 


Greenville 


s.c 


SANDRA K. YOUNT . . . 


. . . Sumter 


s.c 




EXTENSION STUDENTS 




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Grant A. Dease 
John H. Jay 
Daniel G. Mace 






ORGANIZATIONS INDEX 



Ag-Bio Council, 273 

Ag Econ Club, 274 

Air Force ROTC, 338 

Alpha Gamma, 190 

Alpha Phi Omega, 316 

Alpha Tau Alpha, 252 

Alpha Zeta, 250 

AATCC, 270 

AATT, 271 

American Ceramic Society, 272 

American Chemical Society, 275 

American Dairy Science Association, 276 

AIA, 278 

AlAgE, 277 

AlChE, 280 

ASCE, 284 

ASME, 286 

Angel Flight, 341 

Army Flight Program, 344 

Army ROTC, 342 

Arnold Air Society, 348 

Associated General Contractors, 298 

Baptist Student Union, 318 

Beta Sigma Chi, 194 

Block and Bridle Club, 288 

Block "C" Club, 66 

Blue Key, 254 

Campus Crusade for Christ, 320 

Canterbury Club, 321 

Capers, 351 

Central Dance Association, 148 

Cheerleaders, 64 

Chester County Club, 322 

Chi Lambda, 242 

The Chronicle, 166 

Clemson Food Science Club, 295 

Clemson 4-H Club, 294 

Clemson Horticulture Club, 302 

Clemson Players, I 78 

Company C-4, 352 

Concert Band, 174 

Counter Guerrillas, 356 

Debate Team, 323 

Delta Kappa Alpha, 198 

Delta Phi Kappa, 202 

Delta Sigma Nu, 291 

Delta Theta Chi, 206 

Fellowship of Christian Athletes, 324 

Flight Instructor Program, 340 

Forestry Club, 296 



Gamma Alpha Mu, 253 

Gamma Beta Phi, 256 

Gamma Omega Phi, 325 

Glee Club, 176 

Geology Club, 301 

Inter-Fraternity Council, 184 

Inter-Sorority Council, 188 

lota Lambda Sigma, 282 

Kappa Alpha Sigma, 303 

Kappa Sigma Nu, 214 

Light Brigade, 345 

Mu Beta Psi, 257 

Newman Student Association, 326 

Numeral Society, 218 

Omicron Zeta Tau, 222 

Order of Athena, 258 

Oxfords, 327 

Poultry Science Club, 306 

PR 4th Regimental Headquarter, 350 

PR Pledges, 354 

Phi Eta Sigma, 260 

Ph. Kappa Delta, 226' 

Phi Kappa Phi, 262 

Phi Psi, 259 

Poultry Science Club, 306 

Pickens, County Club, 328 

Pre-Vetennary Club, 308 

RPA Club, 307 

Scabbard and Blade, 346 

Sigma Alpha Zeta, 230 

Sigma Beta Chi, 234 

Sigma Kappa Epsilon, 238 

Sigma Psi Nu, 283 

Sigma Tau Epsilon, 312 

SAAgEd, 310 

SAM, 314 

SAME, 290 

Sentimental Jazzmen, 330 

SSOC, 329 

TAPS, 142 

Tau Beta Pi, 264 

Tau Sigma Delta, 265 

The Tiger, 154 

Tiger Band, 170 

Tiger Brotherhood, 266 

Wesley Foundation, 336 

WSBF, 160 

Xi Sigma Pi, 268 

Young Democrats, 331 

YMCA Cabinet, 332 

Young Republicans, 334 



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PATRONS 



WILLIAM E. GORE, JR. 
Ocean Drive Beach, S. C. 



W. D. GENTRY, D.D.S. 
Clemson, S. C. 



BISCOE ALLSBROOK 
Allsbroolc, S. C. 



MISS VIRGINIA BOUNDS 
Lancaster, Pa. 



RADIO STATION WSSC 
Sumter, S. C. 



THE COUNTY BANK 
Greenwood, S. C. 



THE W. B. JOHNSON FAMILY 
Lancaster, Pa. 

THE W. F. BOUNDS FAMILY 
Lancaster, Pa. 






DR. C. H. WRIGHT, Optometrist 
Clemson, S. C. 



WESC RADIO 

"six sixty in Dixie" 
Greenville, S. C. 







DR. C. B. LESESNE, D.D.S. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 



McMillan bunes, townsend, 

& BOWEN 

Greenville, S. C. 



MRS. EDWARD L. PROCTOR 
Conway, S. C. 

LOCKWOOD GREEN ENGINEERS, INC. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 



ROY E. CRANFORD 
Greensboro, N. C. 



DRS. BAROODY, BAROODY, 
& O'BRYAN 
Florence, S. C. 



MARTIN RADIO SERVICE 
Clemson, S. C. 



MRS. EDWARD L. PROCTER 
Conway, S. C. 



DR. HOWARD I. GILCHRIST 
Williston, S. C. 




C. R. Hipp, Inc. 



MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS 



Charleston, South Carolina 



AIR CONDITIONING 



PIPING 



SHEETMETAL 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



ABERNATHY, WILLIAM L. 

President of Chester County Clemson 

Club. 
ABRAMS. ALBERT WAYNE 

Sigma Alpha Zeta. 
ABRAMS, JEFFREY RONALD 

Arch. Faculty Award 1, Tau Sigma Delta 

Award 2; Rudolph E. Lee Award 3; Phi 

Eta Sigma 1. 2, 3. 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; 

Tau Sigma Delta 4, 5; AIA 1 , 2, 5; Circle 

"K" 2; Hillel-Brandeis 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 
ACCOMANDO. 8RUNELLO 

Rugby Club 3, 4. 
ACKER, LOUIS LIGON 

Clemson Geo. Club. 
ADAMS, ELIZABETH ROSE 

Elections Board 1, 2; YMCA 1. 2; 

Clemson Players 1 , 2. 3; SEA 1,2. 
ADAMS. JAMES MERRILL 

Block and Bridle, Program Chairman 2. 

Vice-President 3, President 4; Ag-Bio 

Council Reporter 4. 
AINSWORTH, ROBERT DOUGLAS 

American Society for Metals 1, 2, 3, 4; 

ROTC-M.S.4. 
ALEXANDER, MILTON DONALD, JR. 

Who's Who; Distinguished Military Cadet; 

Honor's List; DMS ROTC; Delta Sigma 

Nu, Secretary; Tiger Brotherhood 4; 

Senator 1, 2, 3, 4; Senate Clerk 2; Central 

Spirit Committee 2; SCSSL 1, 2; Rat 

Master 2, 3, DKA 1. 2. 3, 4; IFC 

Representative; Company Commander 

ROTC; MFY; Hall Supervisor 2, 3; Young 

Republicans 
ALLEN, JERRY WAYNE 

IEEE 3. APO 2. 
ALLGOOD, BARNETT ALEXANDER III 

Society for Advancement of Management 

3.4. 
ALSTON, ROWLAND POOLE, JR. 

ESSO Scholarship 1, 2. 3, 4; SAAE 3. 4, 

Young Republicans 4. 
ALTMAN, JAMES COLEY 

ASCE. 
AM ICK, HAROLD CI RE MBA, JR. 

APO 3, 4; Sergeant-at-Arms 2. 
ANDERSON, CARROLLS. Ill 

Distinguished Military Cadet 4. 
ANDERSON, JOHN LAW 

Tiger Brotherhood 4; Delta Kappa Alpha. 
ANDERSON, WILLIAM BURTON 

Chess Club 2. 
ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM SHAUL 

Kappa Sigma Nu 1,2,3,4. 
ARNOLD. DAVID COSBY 

S. C. Entomological Society. 
ARNOLD, FRANK HERBERT. Ill 

Phi Sigma Epsilon 4; WSBF 1; Glee Club 

1 , 2, 3, 4; Young Democrats 1,2. 
ASHLEY, JOHN RANDAL 

Best news story in a large college news- 
paper by SCCPA; Peace Fund Scholar- 
ship; Gamma Alpha Mu 3, 4; Young 
Democrats 4; Tiger, Junior Staff 2, 
Assistant News Editor 3, Executive News 
Editor 4; Alternate to the National 
Executive Board of the U. S. Student 
Press Association. 
ASKINS, HARRY RAYMOND 
AGC 4, 5; Scuba Diving Club 1; SAZ 2, 
3, 4, 5; ADZ 3, 4; University Apts. Club 

2, 3. 

ASKINS, PAUL WALKER 

Blue Key 4; Who's Who; High Court. 

Chairman 4, Secretary 3, Attorney 2; 

Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; APO 1. 

2; WSBF 1.2. 3.4. 
ATKINSON, LARRY NEARL 

Block and Bridle Junior Scholarship 3; 

Alpha Zeta 2, 3, 4. Vice-President 4; 

Block and Bridle Club 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 

3, Vice-President 4. 
ATKINSON, WAYNE HARRIS 

IEEE 2.4. 
AVINGER. HARRY CARLISLE, JR. 

IEEE 2. 3, 4. Treasurer 4; Beta Sigma Chi 

4; Advanced ROTC; WSBF 4 
AYERS, BOBBIE FRANKLIN. JR. 

Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3. 4: Phi Kappa Phi 4. 

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BABB, HARLEY BERUIS, III 

S C Education Association 2. 
BAKER. CHARLES DOUGLAS, JR. 

AIA 1, 2, 3; YMCA Freshman Council; 

Young Republicans 2. 3. 
BAKER, STEVEN W. 

WSBF 1, 2, 3,4. 
BANKS, CHARLES McHENRY 

Cotton Producers Scholarship 2; Purina 

Scholarship 3, Animal Science Award 2, 

3; Block and Bridle Club 1, 2, 3. 4; 

Chester County Clemson Club 1. 2, 3, 4, 

Alpha Zeta 2, 3. 4 
BARDSLEY, CHARLES EDWARD III 

Phi Eta Sigma 1, 2. 3, 4; IEEE 2, 3, 4; 

Amateur Radio Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Young 

Republicans. 
BARKER, JAMES CECIL 

Rotary Club Scholarship; AlChE; Vice 

-President Student Body at Sumter 2; 

YOFC, Clemson At Sumpter. 
BARKER, JAMES FRAZIER 

Who's Who; Lansdon Cherves Scholarship 

3; Tiger Brotherhood 4, 5, Vice-President 

5; Tau Sigma Delta 3, 4, 5; American 

Institute of Architects 2, 3; High Court 



Attorney 3; CDA 3, 4; Delta Kappa 
Alpha 2. 3, 4, 5, Vice-President 4. 

BARKER. ROBERT EARL 
Outstanding student in RPA 1969; High- 
est GPR in RPA 1969; Distinguished 
Military Cadet; SAME 3. 4; Clemson 
Outing Club 3, 4. President 4; Arnold Air 
Pledge 3. Member 4; RPA Club 1 , 2. 3, 4; 
Tau Beta Sigma 1, 2; Scabbard and Blade 
3. 

BARNWELL, THOMAS OSBORN 
American Society of Civil Engineers 2, 3. 
4, 5; Society of American Military Engrs. 

3. 4. 5. President 4; Tau Beta Pi 4. 5; Phi 
Kappa Phi 4. 

BARTLES, JANE ELLEN 
WSA 4; Dorm Vice-President 4; House 
Council 4; Omicron Zeta Tau 1. 2, 3. 4, 
Vice-President 3; Cheerleader 1. 

BARTLEY, BENNY DOUGLAS 
American Institute of Physics; Sailing 
Club; Tiger Band; Concert Band. 

BASS. ARTHUR THERON III 
D.M.S. 4; ASCE; SAME; Young 
Republicans. 

BASKIN, THOMAS C, JR. 

Distinguished Military Cadet; RPA Club 

1 , 2, 3, 4; Outing Club 3; YMCA Athletic 
Staff 3, 4; PR 1. 

BASS, SAMUEL DAVID 

Agronomy Club; YMCA Cabinet Member 

3.4,-SLBI. 
BAUKNIGHT, DENNIS LEHMAN 

Agricultural Economics Club 3. 
BAZEMORR, PAUL R. 

Tiger Brotherhood 3, 4; APO, Vice- 

•President 2, Recording Secretary 1, 2; 

Sigma Alpha Zeta 3, 4; C D A. President 

4, Junior Staff 3; Varsity Cheerleader 3, 
4; Freshman Track 1. 

BEACH. JUDITH ELAINE 

I FT Scholarships 1. 2. 3. 4; Who's Who: 
Charles H. Stone Scholarship 2; Gamma 
Sigma Delta 2; Food Science Club 1 , 2, 3, 

4, Secretary 4; Order of Athena 3, 4; Phi 
Kappa Phi 3, 4; WSA Judicial Board 4; 
Miss Clemson University Contestant 1, 3; 
Tiger Staff 1, 2. 

BEAMAN, WALLACE DANIEL 

5. C. Concrete Masonry Design Award; 
National Federation of the Arts Travel 
Scholarship 4; AIA; Contributing 
Reporter-Semester Review 4. 

BEDARD, PAUL DAVID 

Arnold Air Society 3, Comptroller 3; 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 

Student Advisor 4; Glee Club 2, 3; 

Baseball 1. 
BELL, ROBERT LAWRENCE 

Kappa Delta Chi 3; Football 1.2,3. 4. 
BENNETT, RICHARD JAMES 

ACS L, 1.2, 3, 4; SAME 3; Mu Beta Psi 

2, 3, 4; Tiger Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert 
Band 1,2, 3,4. 

BERGREN. SCOTT CUNNINGHAM 
Scabbard and Blade Award; American 
Legion Award; Distinguished Military 
Cadet; Arnold Air Society; Scabbard and 
Blade 3, 4; Delta Phi Kappa 1. 2. 3, 4; Phi 
Kappa Phi 4. 
BETHEA, THOMAS COOPER, JR. 
American Society of Agric Engineers 3, 
Secretary 4; Sigma Alpha Zeta 1,2, 3. 
Treasurer 4; Dillion County Clemson 
Club 1, 2. Treasurer 3, President 4. 
BETSILL. WILLIAM LAFAYETTE, JR. 
Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Sigma; Sigma Tau 
Epsilon; Clemson Alumni Association 
Scholarship; Delta Sigma Nu; Freshman 
Tennis Team. 
BINKLEY, PATRICK EUGENE 

AlChE 2, 3, 4; Young Republicans 3, 4. 
BISHOP, MICHAEL GREGORY 
Young Republicans 2; Basket Ball 
Statistician 2, 3, 4. 
BISSEY, DIANA KAY 
Order of Athena 4; WSA 1, 2; YMCA 1, 
Light Brigade 1, 2. 3, 4; Omicron Zeta 
Tau 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club. 
BLACKMAN, LARRY MICHAEL 

Tiger Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Mu Beta Phi 3. 4. 
BLANCHARD. ROY EDDIE 

RPA Club 2, 3, 4, Histona 4; Campus 
Crusade for Christ 2; Young Republicans 
1.3. 
BLAND. FRANK STANFORD 
Army ROTC Advanced 3. 4; Oxfords of 
Clemson University 3, 4. 
BLANTON, RACHEL ALICE 

Secretary of Senior Class. 
BLATTMACHR. DOUGLAS JAMES 

RPA Club 1. 2. 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Outing 
Club 3. YMCA Athletic Staff 3. ^ *V 
BODIE, JERRY L. 
Delta Sigma Nu 2. 3, 4; Senate 2, 3, 4; 
Taps 3; Young Republicans. 
BOOLE, PHILLIP C. 

Corresponding Secretary 3. Alpha Phi 
Omega; Jr. Class Council; APO. 
BOLEN. GEORGE F., JR. 

Sigma Kappa Epsilon 1,2, 3, 4, 5. 
BOLT. JOSEPH DENNIS 
Who's Who; Blue Key; Gamma Alpha Mu; 
Speakers Bureau 3, 4; Young Democrats 
3, President 4; Pre-Law Society 4; Tiger 
1, 2, News Editor 3. Managing Editor, 4, 



BONNER, WILLIAM PINCKNEY 

Phi Kappa Phi 4, Sigma Tau Epsilon 3,4; 

Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Chi 

3,4. 
BOSTIC, JAMES EDWARD, JR. 

Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Psi; Blue Key. 
BOUCHILLON, RANDALL ELTON 

Honors Program, Jr. Honors Certificate; 

AATT 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Phi Psi 4. 
BOUKNIGHT. HEYWARD HARLES 

AISC2, 3, 4; Circle "K" 1.2.3. 
BOWEN, BERNARD ARTHUR 

ASME. 
BOWEN, ELIZABETH MARIE 

Rat Master 3, 4. 
BOWIE, CALVIN N.. JR. 

Distinguished Military Cadet (MSI; lota 

Lambda Sigma 2. President 
BOYD, MARION CAIN, JR. 

Dean's List 1; IEEE 2. 3, 4; Bowling 

Team 1,2,3,4. 
BOYKIN, SAMUEL ROGER 

Young Republicans. 
BRABHAM, DAVID RONALD 

ASCE 3, 4. Treasurer 4. 
BRACKETT, RALPH JAMES 

Vice-President American Society for 

Metals 3, 4. 
BRADY, JOHN LESTER, JR 

Court of Lesser Appeals; Tiger; 

Chronicle. 
BRAND, HARVEY ALLEN 

Young Republicans 2, 3- 
BRANDT, WILLIAM FREDERICK 

Keramos Honor Fraternity 3, 4, Herald 4; 

American Ceramic Society 3, 4. 
BRELAND, JOYCE ELAINE 
BRENNAN, JOHN A 

Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4; Phi Eta Sigma 1, 

2, 3, 4; Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4; Phi 
Kappa Phi 3, 4. 

BREWER, JAMES ARTHUR 
Young Philosophers Club 2; WSBF 1, 2, 

3, 4. 

BRIDWELL, FRANK FIRBY 
Alpha Zeta 3, 4; ADSA 3, 4. 
BROOKS, NIGEL ROBERT 

Tau Beta Pi 4; ASME 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4. 
BROOME, WILLIAM LEN 

lota Lambda Sigma 3, 4; Secretary, 
Department of Intramural Organ.; Hall 
Supervisor 2, 3, 4. 
BROWN, DAVID MATTHEW 
Sailing Club 2, 3, 4; Students for Edu- 
cational Aid 4; Glee Club 3. 
BROWN, PATRICK MARSHALL 

Glee Club 1. 
BROWN, REX A. 

RPA Club; Sailing Club; Scubba Club. 
BROWN, THOMAS JOSEPH 
SAM; Student Attorney; Department of 
Services. 
BROWNE, MELVIN N 

WSBF Program Director 1. 
BRUCE, DONALD LEE 
AlChE 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Senator; Sigma 
Kappa Epsilon 
BRUENING, J. PATRICK 
American Institute of Physics 2, 3; 
Clemson Players 1 , 2, 3, 4; Sailing Club. 
BRUNSON, JAMES HENNING. JR. 

ROTC 1,2.3,4. 
BUCHANAN, MARVIN RICHARD 

Sigma Alpha Zeta 2, 3, 4. 
BUCK, JAMES ARTHUR 
CDA, President 4; Tiger Brotherhood 3, 
Treasurer 4; Blue Key 4, 5; Phi Kappa 
Delta 3, President 4. 
BUCKNER, JAMES LARRY 

ASCE 1, 2.3,4. 
BUDDIN, LINDA N. 

Glee Club 2, 3, 4. 
BULL, ELVIN LEONIDAS 

Alpha Zeta 3, 4; Phi Kappa Delta 2, 3, 4. 
BULLER, RICHARD EARL 
Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Young Republicans 
4; Economic Club 4. 
8ULLWINKE L.GEORGE JOHN 
ASME; SAME; Phi Kappa Delta, Social 
Chairman. 
BURGESS, RICHARD CARNELL 

APO 2, 3. 
BURGNER, GRADY SPENCE 
Tiger Brotherhood 4; Block C 2, 3, 4; 
Football 1,2,3,4. 
BURNETTE. JAMES PATRICK 
AGC 3, 4; Pershing Rifles 1, 2; Young 
Republicans 4. 
BURNS WM MILTON 

IEEE 2, 3, 4; USAF Veteran. 
BURRELL, BUDDY 

Economic Club Secretary 2; Pershing 
Rifles 3; Rat Master 2. > 
BURTON, JOSEPH RICHARD 
Mu Beta Psi 3. 4; AlChE 2. Gamma 
Omega Phi 3. 4; Young Republicans 3; 
Election Board 4; Junior Council 3; 
Attorney Staff 4. Tiger Band I. 2. 3. 4. 
BUSH, GEORGE J. 

District Military Student 4. 
BUTLER, KENNETH 

Soccer Club 1; Varsity Soccer Team 3, 4. 
BUTTS. RUTHE MARTHALYNN 
Angel Flight 1. 



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CAGGIANO. JAMES VINCENT 
Horticultural Club 1. 2. 3, 4. Vice- 
President 4; YMCA 1, 2, 3. 4, 
Vice-President 4. 

CATH, SAMUEL RAMSEY , III 
Block C Club 3, 4; Football 2, 3. 4. 

CALKINS, WILLIAM LAWRENCE 
IRE 1, 2; IEEE 3, 4. 

CAMPBELL, ALAN McKENZIE 
AlChE 1, 2, 3, 4; Tiger 1. 2; TAPS 3, 4; 
Clemson Aero Club 4. 

CAMPBELL, G. ROBERT 

Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3, 4; Clemson Tae 
Kwon Do Club. 

CAMPBELL, JAMES PRESTON 

AlChE 2, 3. 4, 5; Glee Club 5; Tae Kwon 
Do Club 2, 3,4. 

CANAVAGGIO, GUY P. 
IEEE; President Aero Club. 

CAPPS, MICHAEL LUTHER 
Geo Club. President 2. 

CAREY, JAMES CLEVELAND 
S. C. Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Scholar- 
ship; ROTC; Delta Kappa Alpha. 

CARMICHAEL. MARVIN G. 
Dillon County Clemson Club 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Football Trainer 1. 

CARROLL, JOSEPH ALLEN 

Keramos 2, 3, 4; American Ceramic 
Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Delta Kappa Alpha 2, 
3, 4; Chester County Clemson Club 2, 3. 
4; Block C Club 2, 3, 4; Golf Team 2. 3, 
4. 

CARSTEN, WILLIAM MALCOLM 
AlChE; Soccer 1. 

CARTEE, LARRY DEAN 
Agricultural Economic Club 2, 3, 4. 

CARTER, JAMES SUMTER 

Society of Mechanical Engineering 3, 4; 
Sigma Alpha Zeta 3, 4; Chester County 
Clemson Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Young 
Republicans 3; Debating Team 1. 

CARTER, OSCAR LEE 
Tiger Brotherhood 4; Sigma Alpha Zeta 
3. 4; Kappa Delta Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Football 1,2, 3,4. 

CASTRE. MICHAEL GRANT 
Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Rugby 3, AIA 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Chronicle 2. 3, 4. 

CAUBLE. CHARLES E. 
Football 

CAUGHMAN, GEORGE WESLEY. JR. 
Mu Beta Psi 2; ASME 3; Tiger Band 4; 
Concert Band 4. 

CAUTHEN. JOHN McCARLEY 
Senator 1. 2; Company C-4 Pershing 
Rifles; Young Republicans. 

CELY, MARGARET JUNE 
Order of Athena 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; 
Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4; WSA Secretary 
3, Judicial Board 4; B.S.U. 1. 

CHANDLER, JAMES LARRY 
IEEE 3. 4; Fencing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
AERO Club 3, 4. 

CHAPIN, MARGARET SEALES 
Jonothan Logan Scholarship 1, 2; Eco- 
nomics Club 2, 3, 4; Debate Team 1. 

CHAPMAN, JOHN CARROLL 

Forestry Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Arnold Air 
Society 3, 4; Dixie Skydivers Club 2, 3, 
Secretary 2. 

CHANDLER, KEITH D. 
Pershing Rifles 1, 2. 

CHAPMAN. KENNETH WAYNE 
IEEE 3, 4. 

CHILDSON, WALTER, JR. 
Society for the Advancement of 
Management. 

CHOVAN, JAMES PETER 
Mu Beta Psi 3, 4; Phi Eta Sigma 1; Men's 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tour Chairman 3, 
President 4. 

CHURCH, MICHAEL V. 
Distinguished Military Student 4. 

CLARKE. LELAND TARVER. JR. 
AlChE 2.3,4. 

CLARY. GARY ELMORE 
Who's Who 4; AFROTC 3, 4; Tiger 
Brotherhood 4; Freshman Class Vice- 
President; Senator 3. SCSSL 3; Student 
Body Vice-President 4: President's Cab- 
inet 4, Delta Kappa Alpha 3, 4, Young 
Republicans 3, 4; Sports Editor, Tiger 2. 

CLAYTON, MARYALICE MARETT 
Young Republicans 1, 2, 4: Women's 
Glee Club 1,2. 

CLAYTON, ROBERT MORRIS, JR. 
Dean's List 1 , 2, 3. 4; Tiger Band 2, 3, 4; 
Young Republicans 4; Pre-Med Fraternity 
4. 

CLINE, WILLIAM E VERETTE 
AGC 2, 3. 4; APO 3, 4: Sports Car Club 
of Clemson. 

CLONINGER. JAMES MACK 

Assn. U.S. Army 3; Dist. Military Cadet 
4; Phi Eta Sigma 1, Alpha Zeta 3. 4; Phi 
Kappa Phi 4; Pershing Rifles, Executive 
Officer, 4th Regiment. 

CLYNE.TERRENCE JOHN 
Tiger Brotherhood 4; High Court Attor- 
ney; SCSSL Delegate; MSA Coordinator; 
Secretary of the Department of Services; 
Tri-level Committee; Student Govern- 
ment Activities Calendar. 



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COCHET, ANTHONY ANDREW 

Dean's List 1, 2; Reserve Officer Associa- 
tion Award 2; AFROTC Top 5 Summer 
Camp; Who's Who; Delta Sigma Nu; Blue 
Key 4; Scabbard & Blade 3, ^Executive 
Officer 4; Arnold Air Society 2, 3, 4; 
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Chairman 3; Extracurricular Activities 
Committee Chairman 4; S. C. State 
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tion Delegate 3; Chief Justice of the 
Supreme Court. SCSSL 4; Young Repub- 
licans 3, 4. AFROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; Cadet 
Evaluation Board 1 

COCKCROFT. JOHNNIE EARLE 

Dean's List 1.2; AlChE 2. 3, 4. Treasurer 

4. Beta Sigma Chi 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 
4. 

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AGC Student Chapter; ROTC; Chi 

Lambda 2, Sergeant-at-Arms. 
COGAN, HENRY L. 

Young Democrats; Society for Advance- 
ment of Management; Sigma Kappa 

Epsilon. 
COKER. RONALD WAYNE 

SAME 1. 2; NEA 4; Track 1; B.S.U. 1. 2, 

3.4. 
COLE. CHARLES J. 

AlChE 3. 4; Alpha Phi Omega 1, 2; Mu 

Beta Psi 3. 4; Ty Kwon Do 1. 2. 
COLEMAN. JAMES LOUIE. JR. 

Outstanding Freshman in Tiger Band; 

Who's Who; Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi. 

IEEE; AFROTC; Tiger Band 1, 2. 3. 4; 

Concert Band 1,2.3, 4; Tiger Band Staff 

2, 3, 4. 

COLLINS. DONALD EDWARD 

Alpha Zeta 4; Circle "K" 1, 2. 3, 4; 

Advanced ROTC 4: TAPS 1. 2, 3. 
COLLINS. EDWARD JOSHUA, JR 

Football, Track 
COLLINS. THOMAS HUDSON 

IEEE Secretary 2, 3, 4; SAME 3; Army 

ROTC 2. 3, 4; Tiger Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 

Concert Band 1. 2, 3, 4. 
COMPTON. BEN GILES 

3. GPR 1; AIA 4. Student Chaplain 3; 
Kappa Delta Chi 1. 2, 3. 4. 

COMPTON, ROBERT BENJAMIN 

Kappa Sigma Nu. 
CONRAD. DOUGLAS MICHAEL 

Delta Sigma Nu 3. 4; Phi Kappa Delta 2. 

3.4. 
COOK. JOHN W., JR 

Young Republicans 1; Tiger Band 1, 2. 3, 

4; Concert Band 1. 2, 3, 4. 
COOPER. WILLIAM WOMBLE JR 

SAM 3. 4; AFROTC 3, 4; Young 

Republicans 4. 
CORNISH, CHARLES MICHAEL 

Agricultural Economic Club 3. 4; ROTC 

1 , 2. 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Zeta. 
CORNWELL, JOHN BENNETTE III 

Sigma Kappa Epsilon 1. 2, 3. 4. 5. 

Historian 3, Social Chairman 4. 
CORNWELL. JOHN CLAHOUN 

Pre Vet Club 
CORNWELL. MARION SCOTT 

Alpha Zeta 3. 4; ROTC 3. 4. 
CORPENING, BENNETT HUESTON 

R O. Hull Scholarship; 3-M Scholarship; 

Com Chemical Scholarship; Phi Eta 

Sigma. Phi Kappa Phi 3. 4; Tau Beta Phi 

3. 4. AlChE 1, 2, 3, 4 
COTHRAN, ROSEMARIE A. 

Phi Kappa Phi 4. 
COX.GEDDES MARVIN 

ROTC 3, 4, Society for the Advancement 

of Management 4 
COX, HENRY CLAY. JR. 

Kappa Sigma Nu 3, Pledge Master 1. 
COX. JERRY LEE 

IEEE 3. 4. 
COYLE. JOHN REDMOND 

Clemson Players 
CRAIG. ROBERT MARION. JR 

Outstanding Defensive Player Clemson. S. 

C, Game 1968; Block C. RPA Club 
CRAIN. WILLIAM THOMAS 

Forestry Club 4 
CRAVEN, MALCOLM L 

Tiger Brotherhood 4; CDA Junior Staff 

3. Secretary-Treasurer 4; Alpha Gamma 

2, 3, 4. President 4, 
CRAWFORD. CHARLES H. 

DMS Army ROTC 4; Distinguished 
Military Cadet 4, Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3. 4; 
Tiger Brotherhood, Senator 4; Delta 
Kappa Alpha; Hall Supervisor 2. 3, 4: 
Company Commander B-3 ROTC 4 
Chester County Clemson Ctub 1. 2. 3.4. 
Young Republicans 1, 2, 3, 4; Economic 
Club 2, 

CROCKER, WILLIAM HENRY 
Prosecuting Attorney for High Court, 

CROSBY, WALTON ALBERT 
Student Senate, 2; Kappa Delta Chi 1. 2. 

3, 4, 5. 

CROW, WADE COGGINS 

ASME 2, 3. 4, 5; Kappa Sigma Nu 2. 3, 4, 

5, Vice-President 5; Advanced ROTC 3. 



CULLER. JODY HODGES 



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CULLER. WILLIAM WIGHTMAN 

AlChE. 
CUNNINGHAM, JOHN ALAN 

Society for Advancement of Agriculture 

Education, Alpha Gamma. 
CUNNINGHAM, WILLIAM RANDOLPH 

AIA 1, 2, 3, 4; Delta Kappa Alpha 3, 4. 
CURTIS. BRENDA LEE 

Omicron Zeta Tau 1, 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 2. 
CURTIS, JOHN DUFFIELD, III 

Varsity Baseball 2;STE. 

-D- 

DANNALS, NANCY RUTH 

Social Chairman Manning Hall 2; Junior 

Class Treasruer 3; Sigma Beta Chi 1, 2, 3, 

4; ISC Representative 3. ISC President 4; 

TAPS Jr. Staff 2. Organizations Editor 4; 

Canterburt Club 1. 2 
DAVENPORT. HAROLD LEE 

Tau Beta Pi 3, 4; Phi Eta Sigma 1. 2.3.4; 

IEEE 3, 4; Phi Kappa Ph, 4. 
DAVIS, HAROLD RICHARD 

ASCE. 
DAVIS, JOE MYERS 

AlChE. 
DAVIS, MAYNARD JAMES. JR. 

SAM, AATT 3, 4, 
DAVIS. RICHARD CHAMPION. JR. 

Pershing Rifles, Pledge Cmmdr. 
OEANHARDT, MARSHALL LYNN 

Chemistry Faculty Award; Sigma Tau 

Epsilon 3. 4; ACS 1. 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa 

Phi 4; Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4. 
DECHMAN. GORDON HEYWARD 

Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4; American 

Institute of Physics 2, 3; Young 

Republicans 3. 
DEER. WILLIAM WAYNE 

Delta Sigma Nu 2. 3. 4. 
DE FRANCISCO. ROBERT ANTHONY 

Phychology Lab Assistant. 
DEMORI, ADRIANO 

Soccer Tear; Economics Club. 
DERRICK, DANNY O'BRIAN 

ASME. 
DE YOUNG, WILLIAM ERIC 

Army ROTC Scholarship; Resident 

Assistant Program. 
DIXON. THERA JEAN 

High Honors; Student Nurses' Associa- 
tion; Order of Athena. 
DOBBINS, MARY JANE 

YMCA Cabinet; B. S. U. 
DOBBINS, JUDSON DENNIS 

IEEE 3; American Ceramic Society 4, 

College Republicans 3; Weight Lifting 

Club 4. 
DOBBINS, THOMAS E. 

ASAE 1, 2, 3. 4, President 4. 
DOBSON, HEATH PERSONS 

ROTC 1. 2, 3, 4; ASAE, Treasurer. 
DOREY, RICHARD JOHN 

APO 3, 4; Clemson Sailing. 
DOTSON, ROBERT CARL 

Associated General Contractors 3, 4, 

Pershing Rifles 1 , 2; APO 1, 2, 3, 4; Tiger 

for Cheerleaders 3; Clemson Players 1, 2. 

3, 4; Glee Club 4; Young Democrats 4 
DOUGLAS, JAMES FLINN 

Central Spirit Committee 1; Delta Phi 

Kappa 2, 3, 4; CDA 4; Cheerleading 

Squad 1, 2, 3.4. 
DOUGLASS, HEYWARD BELSER 

Alpha Zeta, Circle "K" Club. 
DOUGLASS. JAMES STANFORD 

SAM 3, 4; WSBF 1 . 2, 3, 4; Tiger Band 1 . 
DOVER. DAVID RAY 

ASME 4. 
DOWLING, THOMAS PATRICK 

Forestry Club. 
DOYLE. BRIAN EDWARD 

IEEE 3; Dixie Sky Divers 2; Newman 

Society 1 . 
DREHER, THOMAS DANIEL 

Alpha Zeta; Xi Sigma Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; 

Forestry Club; Advanced ROTC; 

Counterguerillas. 
DRENNAN. JUDSON HOOD III 

RPA Club; Delta Phi Kappa 3. 4; Rugby 

Club 3, 4; Counter Guerillas; ROTC Band 

1,2. 
DRENNAN, ROBERT FRANCIS, JR. 

Phi Eta Sigma 2. 3, 4. Phi Kappa Phi 3. 4; 

American Society Mechanical Engineers 

1, 2, 3, 4; Society American Military 
Engineers 2, 3. 4; Swim Team. 

DULIN, WILBUR NELSON. JR. 

Sigma Kappa Epsilon 
DUNAWAY. ALBERT DUNSON, JR. 

Economic Club 4, Sigma Kappa Epsilon 2, 

3. 4; Scuba Club 1,2, 3;SkiiingClub4. 
DUNCAN, JAMES ROBERT 

IEEE; Tiger Band 1, 2, 3; Sailing Club 1. 

2, 3. 4; Sailing Team 1 . 2. 3, 4. 
DURANT, ROBERT REES 

Sigma Kappa Epsilon. 
DURHAM, FLOYD DONALD 
DURHAM, LAWRENCE BRONSON. JR. 

AATCC 3 4. 
DUVALL. ERNEST McCULLOUGH 

Delta Phi Kappa 2, 3, 4; Dixie Skydivers 

2.3. 
DYKSTRA. KENNETH DALE 

Arch. Faculty Award 1; Sigma Tau 



Epsilon 3, 4; Delta Sigma Nu 3, 4, Al A 1 ; 
APO 3. 4; Fine Arts Film Club 3. 4; 
Fencing Club 2. 3,4. 



EADDY. WINSTON MARSHALL 
American Society of Agricultural Engi- 
neers 1, 2; Delta Phi Kappa 3, 4 

EARWOOD. BYRAN DOUGLAS 

EDMONDS. JOHN KING 
AlChE. 

EDNEY, ROBERT MARSH 
AIA 12 3 4 

EDWARDS, STEVE RADLEY 
Agricultural Economics, Secretary. 

ELDRIDGE, R. CHARLES, JR. 

Blue Key 4; Tiger Brotherhood 2, 3, 4; 
Delta Sigma Nu 2; Treasurer Sophomore 
Class; Vice-President Junior Class; Phi 
Kappa Delta; IFC Representative 2. 3, 
Vice-President 4; TAPS Jr. Staff, Classes 
Editor 3, Business Manager 4; Delegate to 
SCCPA 3 

ELROD, JAMES FRANKLIN 
Jonathan Logan Scholarship 3, 4. 

ELLIS, CAROLE 
WSA Judicial Board 4; Angel Flight 2, 3, 
4; Operations Officer, 2, 4; WSBF 1 

ELLIS, ROBERT ERVIN. JR. 
AIA 4; Tiger Band 3. 

ELVINGTON, BOYD BAXTER 
Block C 2. 3. 4; KDK 1. 2, 3. 4; Football 

1, 2. 3,4. 
ENGLISH, LINDA ANN 
ESKEW. JERRY DALE 

Sigma Alpha Zeta; Clemson Baseball 2; 
Block C 2. 

ESTES, BOYCE TYNDALL, JR 
ASME. 

ETHEREDGE, WILLIAM MARION 
Honors Program 1 ; Commander's Saber 
4; AIA 1, 2, 3. 4, Scabbard & Blade 4, 5, 
Commander; ARMY ROTC; Chronicle 1, 

2, 3, Reviews Editor. 
EVANS. WILLIAM DOUGLAS 

Calhoun Forensic Society 2. 3. 4, Vice- 
Presidnet 3. President 4; Economics Club 
4; Junior Senator 3; Student Government 
Defense Attorney 3, 4; Chief Defense 
Attorney 4; Young Republicans 1, WSBF 
1,2,3,4. 
EWAN, KENNETH M. 
AIA 3, 4: Kappa Sigma Nu 3. 4, TAPS 4. 



FAER, MICHAEL JAMES 
Sophomore Superior Cadet, Distin- 
guished Military Student 3; Distinguished 
Military Cadet IMSI 4; Who's Who, Delta 
Sigma Nu 2. 3. 4; Sigma Tau Epsilon 3,4; 
ROTC 1. 2. 3. 4; Block C Club 3. 4; 
Weightlifting Club 2, 3, 4. Newman 
Society 2, 3, 4. 

FALLS, DUANE LARRY 
AGC 4, 5; MU Beta Psi 2, 3. 4, 5, 
Treasurer 4, National Vice President 4; 
ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; Tiger Band; Assistant 
Librarian 3; Supply Officer 4; Com- 
mander 5 

FAULKENBERRY, JAMES LARRY 
AFROTC, Flight Instruction Program. 

FAULKNER. JAMES ROBERT, JR. 
RPA Club 2, 3, 4; Delta Phi Kappa 2, 3, 4. 

FELTON. GLENN PATRICK 
Cleo Society 3. 4; Tiger. Business Man- 
ager 3. 4. 

FIELDS, JAMES PANTON, JR 
DMS 4; Senior Council. Pre Law Society; 
University Political Caucus. 

FIFE. JANE LEE 
Clemson Players 3. 4. 

FITCHETT. ROBERTW. 
Class Council 2, 3, 4; Financial Review 
Board 4; Student Service Committee 3. 

FLEETWOOD, CARLTON GART 
AIA; Freshman Senate; Delta Phi Kappa; 
Soccer 2, 3 

FLOYD. LARRY DWIGHT 
Alpha Tau Alpha 2. Alpha Zeta 3; Ag-Bio 
Council 2;SAAE 3. 

FORD, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, JR. 
AlChE 2. 3, 4; ROTC; Young Republi- 

FORSBERG. CHARLES ALFRED 
ASME 3, 4; Beta Sigma Chi 1, 2, 3. 4, 
Secretary 2. 4. 

FOSTER. JAMES ELLIOTT, JR. 
Who's Who; SAM 2. 3; Senate 2, 3, 4; 
President 4, Committee Chairman 3. 
Appeals Court 4; Freshman Court 2; 
AFSC 3. SUSGA 3. NSA 3, SCSSL 2. 3. 
4; House 2. Senate 3. Staff 4; Class 
Council 2, 3, 4; Financial Appropriations 
Board 3, Food Committee 3, Blue Key 4; 
Young Republicans 2, 3; Alpha Gamma 
2. 3, 4; ROTC Cadre Commander 4. 

FOWLER, MICHAEL WAYNE 
APO 3, 4; Army ROTC; SAM 3. 

FOWLER, WILLIAM EARL, JR. 
American Society for Metals 2; Arnold 
Air Society 3, 4; Beta Sigma Chi 1,2,3.4. 

FOX. THEODORE CLAUDE III 
Sigma Kappa Epsilon 1, 2, 3. 4; SAME 2, 

FRANK, JOHN HOWARD III 
Associated General Contractors 2, 3; 
Sigma Alpha Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary. 



FRANKE. BETHANY SHARON 
Junior Division Honors Porgram; Amer- 
ican Chemical Society Student Affiliates 

2, 3. 4; Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4; Phi 
Kappa Phi 4; Dormitory House Council 
1, 2; Glee Club 1. 2, 3; Baptist Student 
Union 1 , 2, 3. 4; German Club 2. 3. 

FRICK, MARION EDWARD 

Lutheran Student Association 1, 2. 3. 4; 

Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Republican Club 

1. 
FULMER, ELTON T. 

Econ Club 2, 3; Fr. Senator 1; Pledge 

Master Sigma Alpha Zrta 5, Sigma Alpha 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Golf Team 3, 4. 
FULMER. JOHN BAKER 

Football 1, 2, 3. 4; Block C Club 2, 3, 4; 

FULMER, JOHN LEONARD. JR. 
Sigma Kappa Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 
4; RPA Club 3, 4. 

-G- 

GADDY, COLDNEL JACK. JR. 

Langdon Cheves Scholarship 4; Phi Eta 

Sigma 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4; Sigma 

Tau Epsilon 3, 4; Tiger Band 1; President 

- The Sentimental Jazzmen 1 , 2, 3, 4. 
GAILLARD, GEORGE WILLARD 

Swimming Team 1 . 2, 3, 4; Block C 2. 3, 4. 
GAINES. WILLIAM H. 

Advertising Staff, Tiger 1,2. 
GAMBILL, THOMAS GRATTAR 

Fine Arts Film Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Fencing 

Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Tae Kwon Do Club 1; 

Young Philosophers 1, 2. 
GAMBRELL, JOHN WILLIAM 

Phi Psi 3, 4, 5; Phi Kappa Phi 4. 5; Tiger 

1, 2, 3. 4, 5; Band; Concert Band 1, 4. 
GANDY, ERNEST LERAND 

Tiger Band. Campus Crusade for Christ, 
GANTT, ROBERT DAVID-_«____ 

College Republicans; Gamma Omega Phi 

2,3,4; Karate Club 3, 4. 
GANTT, STEVEN A. 

Chester County Clemson Club 3, Secre- 
tary 4, Vice-President. 
GARDNER. HARRELL LEE, JR. 

Numeral Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Delta Sigma 

Nu 3.4. 
GARDNER. RICHARD WARREN 

Delta Kappa Alpha 2. 3. 4; RPA Club 4; 

Rugby 2. 3. 4. 
GARLAND, ERICK K. 

Gamma Omega Phi; Geo Club, Vice- 

-President; Soccer Team 1 , 2. 
GARLAND, WAYNE RICHARD 

AIIE 1, 2: Sports Car Club of Clemson 2, 

3. 4. 5; Pershing Rifles 1. 
GARNER, FOSTER M. 

ROTC. 

GARNETT. STANFORD TAYLOR 
Kappa Sigma Nu Scholastic Award 2, 3; 
Phi Eta Sigma 1 . 2, 3. 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3. 
4; Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4; Kappa Sigma 
Nu 1,2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4. 

GARRETT, THOMAS ROY 
American Society of Agriculture; Karate 
Club. 

GARVIN. WILLIAM HORTON 
J. E. Sirrine Scholarship 1; Carolinas 
Arch, and Engineers Award 2; CDA 3. 

GASKINS, JESSE H. 
Sentimental Jazzmen. Business Manager 
4; Society for Advancement of Manag- 
ment 4; Advanced ROTC 4. 

GETTYS, NICHOLAS PURDY, JR. 

P R 2; Hon. Member Kappa Sigma Nu 3, 
4; Football Manager 3: Assistant Golf 
Coach 3, 4. 

GIBSON, THOMAS ALAN 
Food Science Club, President 4; Sopho- 
more IFT Scholarship; Phi Kappa Phi 4. 

GILBERT, BOB DAVISON. JR. 
Sigma Alpha Zeta 2. 3, 4; Alpha Delta 
Zeta 3, 4; University Apt. Club 2, 3, 4. 

GILBERT, HAROLD EUGENE 
Pickens County Industrial Management 
Club 1, 2, 3; Greenville County IMC 4; 
Industrial Relations Committee Chairman 
4. 

GILBERT. RICHARD AUSTIN 
Association of General Contractors 3, 4; 
Senate Representative; Central Spirit 
Committee; IFC Representative; Sigma 
Kappa Epsilon, Pledge Master and 
President. 

GILBERT. WILLIAM HARPER, JR. 

Arnold Air Society 4; SAM 4; Men's 
Resident Court 3; Kappa Delta Chi 1, 2, 
3,4. 

GILES, JON ASHFORD 

National Park & Recreation Commission; 
Freshmen Councilor YMCA 2; Vice- 
President Sophomore Council YMCA 2; 
Circle "K" Club 3; Track Team. 

GILLESPIE, BRUCE ACKER 
Class Council 2. 3, 4; Financial Review 
Board 4; Student Service Committee 3. 

GILLIAM HORACE DAVID, JR. 
Block and Bridle Club 1, 2, 3. 4. 

GILPIN, RICHARD BOND, JR. 
AIA 2, 3, 4, 5, 6; Clemson Players 2, 3, 
President & Vice-President 3. 

GLENN, SAMUEL ALEXANDER 

Carolina Yarn Scholarship 3; Sonoco 
Products Scholarship 4. 






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GLYMPH. DAVIDS. 
AIA I, 4; Tiger 2; Chronicle 3 

GOELLER. JOSEPH GEORGE 
Association of General Contractors 2, 4; 
Pershing Rifles 1, 2. 

GOFF, PHILLIP CALHOUN 
AIA 1.2, 3.4 5. 

GOLDMAN, MARK HARRIS 
Senator 2, Exeuctive Research Commit- 
tee 3. Secretary of Department of Com- 
munity Services 4, Presidents Cabinet 4; 
Chi Lambda, President 2; IFC Repre- 
sentative, Treasurer 4; Students for 
Educational Aid, Vice-President 3, Presi- 
dent 4; Hillel Brandeis President 3; Tiger 
1. 2. 

GOODING, CHARLES HAROLD 

Distinguished Military Cadet (M.S); Who's 
Who; R. F . Poole Alumni Scholarship 1 , 2, 
3, 4; Honors Program 2, 3; Superior 
Cadet Ribbon 1; Reserve Officers Award 
2; Outstanding NCO 3; AlChE 2, 3, 4; 
Phi E ta Sigma 1 , 2, 3. 4; Tau Beta Pi 3, 4; 
Phi Kappa Phi 3. 4; Scabbard & Blade 3. 
4; Army ROTC Brigade Commander 4; 
Pershing Rifles 1, 2. 

GOODSON, ROBERT HUDSON 
AIA 1,5; Delta Kappa Alpha 1, 2, 3.4,5. 

GORDON. LUCILLE COURSEN 
Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Tau Epsilon, 
Secretary 69 and 70; Omicron Zeta Tau, 
Treasurer; Christian Science 
Organization. 

GRAHAM, JOHN MacDOWELL 
Sigma Alpha Zeta 2, 3, 4; Junior Staff 

GRAY, RONALD EUGENE 

RPA Club 2; Alpha Gamma 2, 3, 4. 
GREEN. BEN H. 

Forestry Club 3, 4. 5; Young Republicans 

1,2.3,4, 5. 
GREEN, SHANNON KATHLEEN 

High Court of Clemson at Sumter; 

College Republican Club 4. 
GRESHAM, WARREN WILLINGHAM 

AIA 2, 3. 4, 5; Circle K Club 2, 3, 4, 5. 
GRIGGS, WILLIAM MICHAEL 

Sigma Kappa Epsilon. 
GRIMES, THOMAS EDWIN III 

AIA 1; Student Agricultural 4. 5; CDA 

Junior Staff 3. CDA Senior Staff 4; 

Sigma Alpha Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; TAPS 

Junior Staff 2; Editor of THE VINE 4. 



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HAENE, THOMAS WALTER 
Sigma Psi Nu 2, 3, 4, Forestry Club 4; 
Swimming Team 1, 2,3,4. 

HAGER. IRA VINCENT 
W T, Fort Scholarship 5; Higher Educa- 
tion Scholarship 1 , 2, 3, 4, 5; AIA; V & B 
Social Organization; Fencing Team. 

HAIRE, DENNIS WARREN 
ASME 2. 3; Honors & Awards Day 1. 2, 
3; Phi Kappa Phi 4; Intramural Sports 1, 

2. 3 

HALEDJIAN. DEAN ARDASH 
Delta Kappa Alpha 1.2, 3; Football 1, 2, 

3, 4; FCA 12 3. 
HALL, LARRY LIONELL 

Jonathan Logan Scholarship; Society for 
the advancement of Management 4; Hall 
Supervisor 2, 3, 4; APO 3. 4; Tiger 1, 2. 

HALL. THOMAS HAYWARD 
Sailing Club 1; Newman Society 1. 

HAMBRIGHT. JOE LAWRENCE. JR. 
Advanced Army ROTC. 

HAMILTON. LYDIA LEE 
Young Republicans 2, Resident Assistant 
4. 

HANCOCK. PELHAM 
Sigma Tau Epsilon 3. 4; Delta Theta Chi 
1,2. 3, 4; House Council 2. 

HAND. GEORGE EDWARD 
ASAE Student Paper Award; Distin- 
guished Military Cadet. American Society 
of Agricultural Engineers 2, 3, 4; 
AFROTC 3. 4, Arnold Air Society 4; 
Alpha Gamma 2, 3. 4. 

HANES. CLYDE WALTON. JR. 
Alpha Gamma 1.2.3,4. 

HANKINS.SIDNEY ISAAC III 
Phi Eta Sigma 1. 2. 3, 4, 5; Tau Sigma 
Delta 4, 5; AIA 1. 2, 3. 4, 5; TAPS Junior 
Staff 4; Young Republicans 1. 2; Golf 
Team 1, 2. 

HANNA. GAIL LOUISE 
Omicron Zeta Tau 2. 3. 4; Service 
Chairman 3. 4. 

HANNA. RICHARD WAYNE 
Distinguished Military Student; Dean's 
List 2, 3. Distinguished Military Cadet; 
Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Young Republi- 
cans 4; Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3. 4; Court of 
Lesser Appeals 3; Appeals Court 4; 
Advanced ROTC; Blue Key; Tiger Band 
1; Dixie Skydivers 1,2. 

HARDING. GREGORY LYNN 
Kabonnavich Award; Scuba Diving Club 
1.2. 3. 4. SCC 2. 

HARGROVE. REGINALD GAINES 

IEEE 3. 4, 5; Tiger Brotherhood 4; 
Kappa Sigma Nu 1,2, 3. 4, President 4; 
IFC 2, 3. 4, 5, Presidents. 



HARRIS. ROBERT HOWARD. JR. 

Tiger Brotherhood 3, 4, 5; Sundra Das 5; 

Student Senator 3; Ways and Means 

Committee; Delta Kappa Alpha 1, 2. 3, 4, 

S: Cheerleader "Tiger" 3. 
HART, ETHEL EVON 

Clemson Players 2; Angel Flight 3. 
HART, MARTHA ELAINE 

Honors and Awards Day 1; Order of 

Athena 4; Council Vice-President 3; WSA 

3. 4; Delta Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Vice-President 3, 4. 

HARTE, SUZANNE ELIZABETH 

Sigma Beta Chi 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4. 
HARTLEY, ROBERT M. 

IEEE 2. 
HARTLING, EDWARD WILLIAM 

Newman Society 1, 2. 3, 4. 
HASH. THOMAS FIELDS 

ASME 4; Delta Phi Kappa. 
HASS. JANE W. 

Highest Honors 1, 2, 3. 4; Who's Who; 

Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 

President 4; Order of Athena 3, 4; 

Student Senate 1; Sigma Beta Chi 1. 2, 3, 

4, President 3; Inter-Sorority Council 3; 
TAPS Staff 1, 2, Advertising Manager 3. 

HASSLINGER. MARK EDWARD 
Arch. Faculty Award 1; Phi Eta Sigma 1, 

2, Secretary 3; AIA 1. 2, 3, Vice- 
President 4, 5; TAPS 2, 3, 4; Sailing Club 

3, 4, 5, Vice Commodore. 
HATCHELL. RODGER FULTON 

IEEE 1. 2. 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; PHS 
1,2,3,4. 
HAUSEMAN, DAVID NEWTON 
Design Technology Award 1; AIA 1, 2, 3, 

4, 5; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Sailing Club 4, 5. 
HAYES, KENNETH B. 

Phi Kappa Phi 4. 
HE I KK I LA, EMI L WILLIAM, JR. 

Rotary Club Scholarship 2, Honors 1, 2, 

3, 4; Sigma Tau Epsilon; Student Body 
President at Sumter; Sophomore Class 
President at Sumter; YOFC. 

HELLER, DONALD REYMOND 

Assoc. General Contractors; Sports Car 

Club. 
HENDERSON, JAMES ANDREW 

Honors 1; AIA 1, 2, 3, 4; Kelta Kappa 

Alpha 2. 3. 4; Creeks 2, 3, 4; CDA Junior 

Staff 3. 
HENDERSON, LEONARD THOMAS 

ROTC 4; Phi Kappa Delta. 
HENDERSON, THOMAS RAYMOND, JR. 

Block & Bridle Club 3; Photographer. 
HENNING, ROBERT ARNOLD 

American Society of Civil Engineers 2, 3, 

4, Vice-President. 
HENRIKSON, THOMAS ALAN 

SAM 3, 4; Beta Sigma Chi 4; Tiger 3, 4; 

Senior Staff (Circulation Manager) 4. 
HERBSTER. PAUL F., JR. 

lota Lambda Sigma 3, 4; YMCA 1, 2; 

Canterberry 1, 2. 
HERNDON, SAMUEL LEROY 

ASME. 
HERR, DANIEL CASSEL 

AIA 12 3 4. 
HERRINGTON, EDWIN FLETCHER, III 

Who's Who; Distinguished Military Cadet; 

ROA Cadet Award; Phi Kappa Phi 3; 

Taub Beta Pi 2; AlChE Award 3; AlChE 

1, 2. 3. 4; Phi Eta Sigma 1. 2, 3. 4; Tau 
Beta Pi 3. 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; ROTC 1, 

2, 3, 4; Battalion CMDR. 
HILL. DONALD R. 

lota Lambda Sigma 3, 4. 
HILL, JOHNS. 

Delta Sigma Nu. 
HILL. NANCY LaVERNE 

Alumni Memorial Scholarship; Clio 

Society. 
HILL, JAMES MORRISON 

Outstanding Sportsman of 1968 by Field 

& Stream. 
HINKEL, DALE OWEN 

P. R. 1, 2; Young Republicans. 
HISER. FREDERICK LOUIS 

Newman Club 1; Football 1, 2; TAPS 4. 
HIXEN, GEORGE C, JR. 

ASCE 2, 3, 4. 
HIXSON, STEPHEN LEE 

Johnathan Logan Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Numeral Society 1, 2, 3. 4, 5; Army 

ROTC 1, 2. 3,4, 5. 
HLUBB. PAUL FREDERICK. JR. 

Economics Club 4; Department of Ser- 
vices 1, 2; Young Republicans 1, 2. 3, 4; 

YMCA 1.2. 
HODGES, ALLEN HARDY 

Junior Class Council; APO 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Tiger Staff, Photographer 1, 2, 3. 4. 
HODGES. JOSEPH P. 

Freshman Cheerleader; Sigma Kappa 

Epsilon 2, 3.4. 
HOLLADAY, CHARLES HARVEY, JR 

Mu 8eta Psi. Secretary; Concert Band, 

President; Tiger Band. 
HOLLE, WILLIAM FREDERICK 

American Society of Civil Engineers 3. 4. 
HOLMAN. FRANK KENNEDY 

Kappa Sigma Nu. 
HOLSTEIN, THOMAS DAVIS 

Agronomy Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Gamma 

3,4. 



HOLTON.MARYSWAFFIELD 

Horticulture Club 4; Young Republicans 

3, 4; Christian Science Organization 2, 3, 

4,5. 
HOOKS. ROBERTS. .JR. 

Junior Senator 3;Sigma Alpha Zeta 2. 3. 4. 
HORNE, DANIEL CLETUS 

RPA Club Vice-President; Dixie Skydivers; 

Clemson Outing Club. 
HORTON, DANIEL III 
HOUCK, BATES RILEY 

Agnonomy Club. 
HOWARD, CHARLES RYAN, JR. 

AFROTC V. Commandant Award 4; 

Sigma Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4; Tiger Brother- 
hood 4; Delta Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4. 
HOWARD, HARRY HYLAND 

Kappa Alpha Delta 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 

3;ScubbaClub I, 2. 
HOWES, HOWARD RICHARD 

YMCA President 1968. 
HUBBARD. JULIUS CLIFFORD III 

Senior ROTC; APO Vice-President 3. 4; 

YMCA Cabinet 3. 
HUGHES, WILLIAM McARTHUR 

RPA Club. 
HUFF, JAMES D., JR. 

Honors 1, 2, 3; SAM 4; lota Mu Sigma 1, 

2, 3. 4; Young Democrats 1, 2, 3; Sigma 
Si Nu 3; Swimming 1,2,3. 

HUFF. RAYMOND THADDEUS 
AIA 1, 2, 3, 4, Regional Director 2, 3: 
National Task Force for Social Responsi- 
bility Committee; Arch. Library Re- 
sources Committee, Representative 3; 
Admissions Committee 4; SLBI 3. 4, 
Project Director 3. 

HUGGINS, LARRY BRUCE 
Sears and Roebuck Scholarship 1; Phi 
Kappa Delta 3, 4; Ag-Econ Club 1,2,3.4. 

HUNNICUTT, HELEN MARIE 
Glee Club 2, 3. 

HUNT, DANIEL EDWARD 
Greek of the Year Candidate 3; Honor 
Roll 2, 3; Who's Who 4; Economics Club 2, 

3, 4; President of Student Body 4; 
Sophomore Class President 2; Junior Class 
President 3; Freshman Class Senator 1; 
General Affairs Committee 1; Regional 
Chairman NSA; Faculty Student Commit- 
tee for Improvement of Undergraduate 
Teaching 2. 3; Central Spirit Committee 2; 
Appeals Court Judge 4; Presidents Cabinet 
2, 3; Blue Key; Alpha Gamma 2. 3. 4; 
Public Information Officer ROTC 4; 
YMCA 2. 3, 4; YMCA Sophomore Council 
2; YMCA Cabinet 3. 1 FC, Treasurer 3; Glee 
Clubl. 

HUNT, JOHN GEOFFREY 

Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3. 
HUNTER. DAVID FREDERICK 

Spectator 1,2, 3,4. 
HYATT. GREGORY SCOTT 

AIA 1, 2,3,4,5. 
HYDER.TOY WAVWE 

Horticulture Club 3, 4. 

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INDYK, GARY STEPHEN 

Tau Sigma Delta Award; South Carolina 

Chapter AIA Structures Option Award; 

Tau Sigma Delta Honor; Honors List; 

Sailing Club. 
IRICK, EDWARD FRANCIS III 

Public Relations Chairman YMCA. 
IRICK, WILLIAM R. 

Arnold Air Society 1; Resident Assistant 



-J- 

JACKSON, BEVERLY JO 

Honors Program 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Honor 
Certificate 2; Gamma Beta Phi 3, 4; Sigma 
Tau Epsilon 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4; Court of 
Lesser Appeals 4; Secretary 4; Secretary of 
Barnett Hall 4; House Council 4; Light 
Brigade 1; Judicial Board Attorney 3. 

JACKSON, CHARLES RAY 
AlChE 2; SAM 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Class 
Sterring Committee; Junior Class Steering 
Committee; Alpha Gamma 3, 4; Ad- 
vanced Army ROTC. 

JACKSON. EMMA JEAN 
AIA 1.2. 

JACKSON, JAMES REID 
Kappa Delta Chi. 

JACKSON, ROBERT NASH 
Kappa Delta Chi. 

JACOBS, THOMAS LEE 
Delta Sigma Nu 4: Kappa Sigma Nu, 1. 2, 
3, 4, Secretary 4; AF ROTC-advanced 3, 
4; Kappa Sigma Nu Newsletter 2, 3. 

JACOBS. WILLIAM PLUMER, JR. 
Poole Scholarship 1, 2; NASSP Scholar- 
ship 1; Distinguished Military Cadet; 
AlChE 2, 3, A; Mu Beta Psi 2, 3. 4; Rifle 
Team 2. 

JACQUES, JOHN D. 
Materials Tech. Award 3; South Carolina 
AIA Design Award; N.J. Society of 
Architects Award; AIA Scholarship 



Award, AIA 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Tau Sigma 

Delta 4, 5, President 5. 
JAMES. JOHN CARLES 

Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 
JAMES, LARRY CLIFFORD 

IEEE 3. 
JAMESON, ELIZABETH DIANE 

Omicron Zeta Tau 3, 4, Secretary 4. 
JAMESON, HENRY RAYMOND 

American Dairy Science Association. 
JAMISON. ROBERT GARLAND 

Football 1,2,3,4. 
JANSEN, SHARRON LEE 

Phi Kappa Phi 3; Sigma Tau Epsilon 3; 

YMCA Cabinet 3. 
JEFFERS. JOHN 

Tiger Brotherhood 4. 
JEFFORDS, ALBERT EDWIN 

SAM 3 4 
JEFFORDS, ERNEST GARY 

High Court 3, 4. Vice Chairmen High 

Court 4; Numeral Society 2, 3, 4. 
JEFFRIES, FRANCIS ALLEN, JR. 

RPA Club 2, 3. 4; S. C. Recreation 

Society 2, 3, 4; American Ceramic 

Society 1; YMCA Cabinet 4; Chairman 

Sports Committee YMCA 4; WSBF 1. 
JENKINS, ARTHUR WILLIS 

Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 3, 4; Dixie Skydivers 2. 
JENKINS. GUY ARVIN 

Resident Assistant 2, 3; Assistant Student 

Clerk 4;SAAE 1,2,3,4. 
JENSEN, JAMES JOHN, JR. 

Alpha Zeta 2, 3, 4; Xi Sigma Pi 3, 4; 

Forestry Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Editor "Clemson 

Forester" 4; President's Cabinet 4; 

Canterbury Club 1 , 2, 3, 4, President 3; 

Student Advisor 4. 
JOHNS, JAMES ALEXANDER III 

News Director WSBF 5; Tiger Band 1 , 2, 3; 

BSU 1 ; Campus Crusade for Christ 1,2, 3, 

4, 5; WSBF 3, 4, 5; Communications 

Center 4, 5. 
JOHNSON, CHARLES ROBERT 

ASCE 3, 4; Delta Kappa Alpha 3, 4. 
JOHNSON, H.STEVEN 

Alumni Scholar 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 

3, 4; Phi Eta Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4; James F. 
Byrnes Scholar 1. 2, 3, 4; Sigma Tau 
Epsilon; SES; Southern Students Organi- 
zation Committee. 

JOHNSON, JAMES LEROY 
APO; Scuba Club 1, 2,3,4. 

JOHNSON. JOHN HALE 
Honor Roll 1; AFROTC Financial Assist- 
ance Grant 3, 4; Keromos President 4. 

JOHNSON, JOHN MICHAEL 
Football 4; Baseball 3. 

JOHNSON, RICHARD ARLING 

lota Mu Sigma Award 3; SAM Outstand- 
ing Sophomore 2, SAM Outstanding 
Junior 3, SAM 2, 3, 4; Marketing Club 4; 
Advanced ROTC 3, 4; Young Republicans. 

JOHNSTONE, ALAN 

RPA Club 5; Beta Sigma Chi 3, 4, 5, 
President 5; GOP 4. 

JOLLY, ALBERT BAILEY 

AIA 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Freshman Senator; 
Sigma Alpha Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; IFC 4; 
Sergeant-at-Arms 5; Delegate SCIFC 4; 
5-A Club 3; Alpha Delta Zeta 4, 5; TAPS 
Senior Staff 4, 5; Junior Staff 3. 

JOLLY. ROBERT H. 
American Ceramic Society; Committee of 
Intramural Affairs; Advanced AFROTC; 
Tiger Band. 

JONES, CHAMP McMILLIAN, JR. 

AFROTC Financial Assistance Grant; 
Danforth Agriculture Freshman Scholar- 
ship; Phi Eta Sigma 1,2,3, 4; Phi Kappa 
Phi 3, 4; Delta Sigma Nu 3, 4; Baptist 
Student Union. 

JONES, CLYDE H„ JR. 
AlChE; Sigma Kappa Epsilon. 

JONES. HOWARD MARTIN 
Block & Bridle Club 3. 4; Young Republi- 
cans 3, 4. 

JONES, KATHLEEN SHARON 
German Club 2, 3, Vice-President 2; 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Glee 
Club 2, 3; Librarian 3; Representative to 
Inter-Faith Council 1, 2 

JONES, MARTENZA LENOIR 

Miss Clemson University 1; Who's Who; 
Undergraduate Alumni Association Schol- 
arship 2, 3; R. F.Poole4;PhiKappaPhi3, 

4, President 4; Order of Athena; Student 
Senator 1 ; Student Government Elections 
Board 2; Clemson Glee Club 1;SEA Tutor 
3; YMCA 1. 2, 3, 4, Service Department 
Chairman 3, President of YMCA 4; Resi- 
dent Assistant in Dorm 3, 4. 

JONES, MINNIE CLARICE 

Phi Kappa Phi 4; Concert Band 3, 4; 
German Club 2. 

JONES, MICHAEL KEITH 
lota Lambda Sigma. 

JONES, RICHARD MANNING, JR. 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers 
1 , 2, 3, 4, 5; Society of American Military 
Engineers 2, 3,4.5; Kappa Sigma Nu 2,3, 
4, 5; Young Republicans Club 3; Pershing 
Rifles 1. 

JONES, ROY ALGIA 

RPA Club; Southern Regional Represent- 




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ative National Student Recreation fii Park 
Association; Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Block C Club; Track 1. 2, 3. 4, 5 

JONES. TAYLOR B. 

Distinguished Military Cadet 4. 

JORDAN, JOHN DAVIS 

Forbes Scholarship 1; Coburg Dairy 
Scholarship 2; Who's Who Alpha Zeta 2, 
Dairy S ience Club, Treasurer, Vice- 
President; Advanced Army ROTC; High 
Court 4; Delta Kappa Alpha, President, 
Treasurer; Tiger Brotherhood. 

JOWERS, JAMES C, JR. 
IEEE 1.2,3,4. 

-K- 

KARESH.SARA R. 
Best Dressed Coed 2; Who's Who; Tri 
Level Committee; Senator 2, 3. 4; Chair- 
man, Student Organizations & Affairs 
Committee 4; SCSSL 3; Angel Flight; 
WSBF 1; Resident Assistant 3, 4; Hillel- 
Brandeis 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2. 

KAY, DAVID LEE 
Fine Art Film Club 3. 4, President. 

KAYLOR. HAL MICHAEL 
Pre-Law Society 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; 
ASCE 1, 2; Freshman Senator 1; Sigma 
Kappa Epsilon 1 , 2, 3, 4; TAPS 3. 4; 
Junior Staff 3; Greeks & Military Editor 
4; SCCPA 3. 4; Track 1. 2. 3: Football 1; 
Fellowship of Christian Athletes 1; Army 
ROTC 3, 4; Young Republicans 1. 2, 3. 

KEARSE, SIDNEY MARTIN 
Vice-President Senior Class 4; YMCA 
Cabinet 2; Alpha Gamma. 

KEELS, WASHINGTON REYNOLDS III 
Tiger Band 1. 2, 3, 4. 5. 

KEESE. CRAWFORD MARTIN 
RPA Club. 

KEETER. WILLIAM H. JR. 
Sons of the American Revoltion 1; Clem- 
son Cadet Cup 3; Distinguished Military 
Cadet; National Society of Pershing Rifles 
2, 3, 4; Scabbard & Blade; Young 
Republicans. 

KELLY, JAMES MANLY 
Treasurer, Agron. Club , Vice-President 2. 

KELLY, JOSEPH W.. JR. 
Mu Beta Psi 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4; 
Librarian 3, Business Manager 4. 

KELLY. ROBERT GEORGE 
Delta Sigma Nu 

KENNEDY, CHARLES D. 
American Ceramic Society. 

KENNEDY. HAROLD MACK, JR. 
RPA Club 1 . 2. 3. 4; Soccer Team 1 . 

KESSLER. MILNOR PARET. JR. 
American Ceramic Society 4; SAM 4; 
Scuba Club 3, 4. 

KILBY, RICHARD EDWARD 
Tiger Staff 

KINARD, JAMES IRA 
Sigma Alpha Zeta 3, 4. 

KING, FRANCIS WILKINSON 
Pre-Law Society; Political Science Club. 

KING, JACK H. 
Block C Club; Football. 

KING, OSCAR STANLEY 
ASCE 

KINSEY, HORACE DOWLING 
SAM 4; Advisor Residence Court 2; Execu- 
tive Research Committee 3; APO 1,2,3,4. 

KIRBY. ROBERTWALKER 
SAM 4, Hall Monitor 2; Hall Supervisor 3, 
4; Sailing Club 3, 4. 

KIRBY, WILLIAM HUBERT, JR. 
Best Drilled AF Freshman 1; Bruce 
Knight Memorial Trophy 2; Clemson 
Cadet Cup 3. Distinguished Military Stu- 
dent 5; PR Gold Achievement Medal 3; 
IEEE 4, 5, Projects Officer 5; Pershing 
Rifles 1. 2, 3; Scabbard & Blade 2. 3, 4, 
5; Advanced Army ROTC 3, 4; YMCA 1. 

KIRKPATRICK. KENNETH MICHAEL 
S. C. Recreation & Park Society; YMCA 
Cabinet; Chester County Clemson Club; 
RPA Club. 

KIRKPATRICK, WILLI AM OLIN 
Numeral Society 2, 3, 4. S 

KLAHRE, THOMAS HUGO 
Phi Psi. 

KLINCK. SUSAN ELIZABETH 
Honors and Awards Day 1. 2, 3; Phi 
Kappa Phi 3, 4; WSA 2. 3, Social 
Chairman 2; Vice-President 3; Delta 
Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4. Order of Athena 4. 
Secretary 4 

KLUGH, THOMAS SIMPSON 
Army DMS; Sigma Kappa Epsilon 3, 4; 
Track 1, 2 

KNOERR, ROBERT ARNOLD 
IEEE 

KNOY. KATHRYN WALTERS 
Solo Tw.rler 1. 2. 3. 4, Gamma Beta Phi 

1, 2. 3, 4; WSA 4; Women's Judicial 
Board 4; Sigma Beta Chi 1 , 2, 3, 4. 

KORETZ. BARRY ROBERT 
Longevity Award for Years of Service; 
355 on Draft Lottery; AIA 1. 2, 3, 4, 5; 
Executive Research Committee 4; Chi 
Lambda 3, 4, 5; IFC 5; Hillel Brandies 1, 

2, 3. President 3; Young Democrats 2; 
Young Republicans 3; Nu Epsilon 1, 2; 
TAPS Senior Staff 5, Junior Staff 4. 

KORMANICKI. DAVID WILLIAM 
Football, Block C Club. 



KUISMA, LINDA RUTH 

WSBF Engineering Staff 1. 2, 3.4. 
KUNZ. RALPH BARBER 

AlChE 2, 3, 4; Young Republicans 3, 4. 



LADD, LINDA JO 
BSU 2, Campus Crusade for Christ 1 . 

LADEN. GARY JAMES 
Kappa Alpha Delta. 

LAFORGE, ROBERT LAWRENCE 
Intramural Sports 1. 2, 3, 4; SAM 4. 

LAKE, KENNETH WILLIAM 
lota Lambda Sigma 2. 3, 4. 

LAKE, ROBERT J. 

lota Lamdba Sigma 2, 3, 4, Secretary- 
Treasurer 4; Clemson Debate Team 1, 2; 
Calhoun Forensic Society 1, 2, Secretary 



LAMAR, RALPH DIXON 

AIA 1, 2; Honorary Architectural Frater- 
nity 4. 
LANGLEY, LARRY CLYDE 

RPA Club. 
LANGLEY, ROGER NERON 

S. C. Poultry Improvement Association 

Scholarship; Poultry Science Club 2. 3, 4. 

Vice-President 4. 
LASHLEY. WILLIAM ALEXANDER, JR. 

ROTC Scholarship; SCRS; Alpha 

Gamma; RPA Club; Outing Club. 
LAST, BRUCE WAYNE 

Cross Country; Track Team; Block C 2, 

3, 4. 5; RPA 2, 3, 4. 5. 
LATHAM, FREDERICK LYNN 

SAM. Young Republicans. 
LAW. DONALD McDONALD 

AIA 2, 4; Nu Sigma 2. 3, 4. 
LAWLOR, LESLIE MICHAEL 

AIA 1, 2, 3,4. 
LAWSON, LARRY LESTER 

Football 2. 3, 4. 
LAWSON, TERRY MICHAEL 

AlChE 2; WSBF 1, 2, 3, 4. Forestry Club 

3,4. 
LEACH. ALVIN ALEXANDER 

Honor Student 1, 2, 3: Alpha Zeta 3. 4; 

American Society of Agricultural Engi- 
neers 4; Sailing Club 1,2. 
LEARY.GUY BERNARD III 

AATT 3, 4. 
LEE, DAVID LANE 

Junior Staff CDA, Senior Staff CDA. 
LEE, ROBERT PAUL 

Sigma Alpha Zeta 2; Dillion County 

Clemson Club 4. 
LEEKE, TERRELL THOMAS 

Pre-Vet Club 1, 2; Hall Monitor 2; Hall 

Supervisor 3, 4. 
LEGRAND, CHARLES MICHAEL 

Sigma Kappa Epsilon. 
LESHMANN, JAMES ARNOLD 

YMCA 1, 2; Pershing Rifles 1. 2. 
LENHARDT. ROBERT C 

ASME; Phi Kappa Delta 3, 4. 
LESLEY, EDWIN O'DELL 

Mu Beta Psi 3, 4; Men's Glee Club 1,2, 3; 

ASME 1,2. 
LEVER, JACK QUINTON, JR. 

ASME 1.WSBF 4; Music Director. 
LEVINE. PAUL FORREST 

AIA 2, 3, 4, 5; Chronicle 2. 3. 4; 

Cheerleader 4, 5. 
LIBBY, ALLAN W, 

WSBF 1, 2. 3, 4; Junior Follies 3; 

Tigerama 1, 2, 4; IBS Regional 

Convention. 
LILLIS. GARY ALAN 

Block & Bridle Club 1 , 2; SAAE 4. 
LIMBAUGH, DOUGLAS EUGENE 

Baptist Student Union 3. 
LINDSEY. JAMES MELVIN. JR. 

Pre-Med Fraternity 4; Clemson Karate 

Club 1,2, 3, 4; YMCA 3, 4 
LINK, GEORGE GREGORY 

Dean's List 3; lota Lambda Sigma 3, 4; 

Advanced ROTC 3. 4; Weight Lifting 

Club 3,4. 
LITTLEJOHN. JESSE BROADUS 

Advanced ROTC 3, 4. SAM 4. 
LIVINGSTON. JAMES V. 

Alpha Gamma; Advanced ROTC. 
LOCKERY, JAMES EDWARD. JR. 

Mu Beta Psi 3, 4; The Caravelles, 2, 3, 4; 

Tiger Band 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2. 3, 4, 

Pep Band 3, 4. 
LOCKLAIR, FRANCES EVANS 

Floor Supervisor 2; House Council 2. 
LOCKWOOD. DENNIS HAROLD 

IEEE 2, 3, 4, Young Republicans 3. 
LOEF.SANFORD H. 

Clemson Graphic Arts Society, Vice- 
President 4. 
LONG. JOHN F. 

ASAE Student Honor Award; ASAE 1, 2, 

3. 4, President 4, Vice-President 3; Alpha 

Zeta 4. 
LONG, LARRY BRUCE 

Young Democrats 3, Treasurer 4; Student 

in Educational Aid 3. 4; Fine Arts Film 

Club 3. 
LIOVE. KEITH SINCLAIR 

Gamma Alpha Mu 2, 3, 4; Tiger Sports 

Editor 2; Tiger 1, 2,3,4. 



LUPO. PERRY IRVINE 

Delta Sigma Nu 2. 3. 4; Sigma Tau 

Epsilon 3. 4: Phi Kappa Phi 4; Kappa 

Sigma Nu 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 

President 4 
LYNCH, DAVID CRAIG 

American Society of Civil Engineers 3, 4; 

AFROTC 3. 4; Young Republicans 3. 
LYONS, ROBERT ANDREW. JR. 

Nu Sigma 1. 2, 3,4. 

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McALISTER, ANGELA CHERYL 

House Council 3; Hall Monitor 2; Glee 
Club 1, 2, 3.4. 

McALISTER, JEANETTE DALE 
Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Clio Society 3, 4. 

Mccarty, john f. 

ASCE 12 3 4 
McCLESKEY. SAMUEL LINTON III 

Environmental Tech. Award in Arch. 

Honorable Mention 3: AIA 1. 2, 3, 4, 5; 

Editor-Semester Review (School of 

Architure) 3, 4 
McCOLLOUGH. WILLIAM WELCH 

ASME 2. 3, 4; APO 4. Election Board 4. 
McCOMBS. JOEL WAYNE 

SAM 4; APO 2, 3; Young Republicans 4. 

Mcdowell, glen david 

ASCE; Rugby Club 2. 3.4. 

McGEE. CHARLES EDWARD 
Newman Association 1. 2. 3. 4, Vice- 
President 3, President 4, Students for 
Educational Aid 3, 4, Treasurer 4. 

McGUIGAN. WILLIAM PATRICK 
Gamma Omega Phi Treasurer 2; Ameri- 
can Association Textile Technologists, 
President 2; Military Science. 

McLAURIN, JEWELL PIERCE 
Kappa Delta Kappa 2. 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 
3,4. 

McNAIR, JOHN N. 

Distinguished Military Cadre (MSI. Stu- 
dent Manager Schiletter Hall 3. 4; ROTC 
Company Commander 4. 

MACAULEY, MARGARET LYNN 
Omicron Zeta Tau 1, 2, 3, 4; Clemson 
University Light Brigade 2, 3, 4, Opera- 
tions Officer 3, Commander 4. 

MACKINTOSH, JAMES DOUGLAS III 
Sigma Alpha Zeta 1,2,3, 4, 5. 

MAGARIAN, GARY VAUGHN 
AIA 1. 2,5. 

MANESS, JAMES FLETCHER 
Pre-Vet Club 1 ; APO 2, 3, 4; RPA Club 4. 

MANOS. GEORGE C. 
Agricultural Economics Club; Fine Arts 
Film Club. 

MANSFIELD. PATRICIA ANN 
Central Spirit Committee, Secretary 4; 
WSA Secretary 4; Sigma Beta Chi, Pledge 
Treasurer 1, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 
3, President 4; Canterbury Club 1, 2. 

MARCHBANKS, SHERRY LYNN 
SAM Sweetheart, Delta Sigma Nu Sweet- 
heart; Miss CU Finalist; Delta Theta Chi, 
President, Pledgemaster; ISC; TAPS 
Junior Staff. 

MARSHALL. BRUCE WILLIAM 
Tiger Band Color Guard 3; Color Guard 
Captain 4. 

MARTIN, CHARLIES R. 
SAM 4; Clemson Bowling Team 2. 

MARTIN, JERRY BRANNON 
AlChE 2, 3, 4, President; Southern 
Regional Conference AlChE, President 4. 

MARTIN, WILLIE CHILES 
Phi Kappa Phi. 

MASSEY, NORMAN TERRY 
SAM 3, 4. 

MATHIS, LOUIS BEHRENS, JR. 
Alpha Zeta 3, 4; APO 2, 3, 4; Delta 
Sigma Nu 3, 4; Young Democrats 2, 3, 4. 

MAUNEY, DENNIS LEROY 
Barney Lee Bickley Memorial Scholar- 
ship; junior Honors Program Certificate; 
Tau Beta Pi 2, President; Phi Kappa Phi 
2; Phi Eta Sigma 4. IEEE 2; ROTC. 

MAYNARD, BEN ALLEN 
AATT 3. 4, APO 1, 2. 

MAYS, JAMES L 
American Camping Association; Student 
Residence Assistant. 

MEDLIN. RICHARD DOUGLAS 
Block C Club 2, 3. 4; Football 1. 2. 3, 4. 

MERKEL. FRITZ ISHAM 
APO 1, 2. 3, 4; Historian, Recording 
Secretary. Treasurer. 

MERRICK. RICHARD LESLIE 
Associated General Contractors 4, 5; 
Central Spirit Committee 4, 5. Chi 
Lambda 4. 5, Cheerleader 3. 4, 5, Head 5. 

MEYER. DANIEL EDWARD 
Kappa Alpha Delta 4 

MICHALOWSKI, JOSEPH STANLEY, JR. 
Football: Counter Guerrilla. 

MILHOUS, WILBUR KEARSE 
Pre-Vet Club 1. 2; Mu Beta Psi 3, 4; 
Concert Band 3, 4; Tiger Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Assistant Drum Major 3; Junior Staff 3. 

MILLER, BRENDA STEPHENS 
WSA 3; Delta Theta Chi 1,2. 3.4; Flying 
Tiger Angel Flight 1, 2. 

MILLER, GEORGE FARQUHAR, JR. 
Concert Band 2. 



MILLER. JAMES ARTHUR 

Amateur Radio Club 1. Secretary 2. 3, 4; 

IEEE 3.4. 
MILLER, JAMES DAVID 

AATT. 
MILLER. JOHN EDWIN 

Forestry Club 2. 4. 
MILLER. JOHN MILTON 

Dean's List 3; AIA 1, 2, 3, 4; Advanced 

ROTC 4. 
MILLER, LARRY McSWEEN 

RPA Club: Sigma Alpha Zeta. 
MILTON, JOHNNIE FREDERICK, JR. 

Football 1, 2, 3,4. 
MINCEY, JOHN PAUL 

IEEE 2, 3,4. 
MING, THOMAS ANTHONY 

Student Affairs 3, 4. 
MIRABELLI, ANTHONY JAMES. JR. 

Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; 

Soccer 1. 2, 3, 4; Block C Club 3, 4; Chi 

Lambda 3, 4; Circle K 1,2. 
MISHOE. STAFFORD MICHAEL 

Agricultural Economics Club; Alpha 

Zeta; Service Award 3; Farm Credit Bank 

Scholarship 4. 
MITCHELL. ROBERT HOMER 

Pershing Rifles 2; AF Freshman Drill 

Team 1. 
MOBLEY, JAMES RAY 

ROTC 1,2,3,4. 
MONTGOMERY, CARTER EAVES 

Pre-Vet Club 3: Circle K 2. 
MOORE, DENNIS D. 

Tiger Brotherhood 3, 4; Senator 4; 

Central Spirit Committee 4; Young 

Republicans Vice-President 3, President 

4; Elections Board 2. 3; President 

Clemson At Greenville Student Body 4; 

Tiger Correspondent 1. 
MOORE, HARRY G„JR. 

Sigma Kappa Epsilon 3, 4. 
MOORE, VERNON WINFRED, JR. 

American Ceramic Society 3. 4. 
MORGAN. JOHN WILLIAM III 

Rudolph E. Lee Award 3; AIA 3, 4, 

Treasurer 4; Numeral Society 1, 2, 3. 4. 
MORRELL, GEORGE 

Horticulture Club; President of Weight 

Club. 
MORRISS. ANNE CAROLINE 

Dean's List 1; Secretary AIA 4; Secretary 

Judicial Board 4; Who's Who; AIA 1. 4; 

Junior Class Council 3; Senior Class 

Council 4; WSA, Judicial Board 4; Court 

of Appeals 4; Resident Assistant 3, 4; 

TAPS Junior Staff 4; Fine Arts Film Club 

2,4. 
MORRIS, PAUL ALBERT 

AIA 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2; University Fine 

Arts Committee 3, 4; Chronicle 2, 3, 4, 

Editor-in-Chief 3, 4;S. C. Collegiate Press 

Corresponding Secretary 5; Tiger 

Brotherhood 5, 6, President y; Numeral 

Society 5, 6. 
MOSELEY, JAMES H. 
MOSS. CATHY LOU 

Who's Who; AATCC, Secretary 1; Sena- 
tor, Traffic & Grounds Committee; 

Central Spirit Committee 4; Rat Master 

4; Light Brigade 3, 4; Delta Theta Chi 1, 

2, 3, 4, Secretary 2; WSBF 2. 3. 
MOSS. THOMAS CONNOR 

Distinguished Military Cadre (MSI; Alpha 
Zeta 2. 3. 4; Agricultural Economics Club 

3, 4; Arnold Air Society 3. 4; Phi Kappa 
Delta 1, 2,3,4. 

MOSSMAN, MATTHEW MICHAEL 

AIA 1, 2, 4; Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4. 
MOYER. EUGENE FREDERICK, JR. 

Delta Phi Kappa 3. 
MUCCINO, PAUL JOHN 

ASCE. 
MUDD, ROGER WILLIAM 

Sigma Alpha Zeta 2, 3, 4; Agricultural 

Economics Club 2. 3, 4. 
MULL. M. JANICE 

WSBF. 
MULLEN. JOHN III 

Phi Kappa Delta 1. 2, 3, 4; AFROTC 1, 

2,3,4. 
MULLINNIX. WADE CURTIS 

Phi Psi 4. 5. 
MULLIS, JOHN ARTHUR 

ASME 2. 
MURPHREE, CHARLES MICHAEL 

Tiger Band 1. 2, 3, 4; ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4. 
MYERS, DAVID MARK 

American Ceramic Society. Vice- 
President, Treasurer. 
MYERS, PAUL C. 

Sigma Alpha Zeta 2, 3. 4; Track Team 1, 

2, 3, 4. 



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NEEDHAM. RICHARD SCOTT 

Freshman Baseball 1: Varsity Baseball 2, 

3; WSBF Junior Staff 1. 
NEWMAN, MICHAEL DEAN 

AlChE 2, 3, 4. Secretary 4; Tiger Band 2, 

3, 4; Mu Beta Psi 3, 4. 
NEWTON, DONALD A. 

Smith Douglas Agriculture Scholarship 1, 

2, 3, 4; Advanced AFROTC 3, 4; 
Education Club; Arnold Air Society 3. 4; 
YMCA Cabinet 1, 2; Alpha Gamma 1, 2, 

3, 4, Treasurer 3. 



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NEWTON. NATHAN S , JR 
Secretary of Student Body 3: President's 
Cabinet 3; Sigma Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4; 
IFC 4; Athletic Chairman 4; Weight 
lifting Club 1, 2; ROTC I, 2. 3 4. 

NICKS. JUDITH ANNE 
Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4: Phi Kappa Phi 4; 
Order of Athena 4: Judicial Board 4, 
Chairman 4; ISC 3; Omicron Zeta Tau 1, 

2. 3, 4, Rush Chairman 3. President 4, 
Light Brigade 1, 2. 3,4; Newman Club 1, 
2.3. 

NIXON, KATHRYN MELINDA 
John D Lane Scholarship 3: Edgar A. 
Brown Scholarship 3. 4, Glee Club 3, 4; 
Phi Kappa Phi 4 

NORTON. JOHN CROFT 
Who's Who Gamma Alpha Mu 2, 3, 4; 
Calhoun Literary Society 2. 3. 4, Class 
Senator 2; Financial Review Board 1, 
High Court 4; Young Democrats 4; 
Young Republicans 1, 2; Tiger 1, Assist- 
ant News Editor 2. Associate Editor 3. 4; 
Hall Monitor 3 

NORVILLE, JUDITY ANNE 
Phi Kappa Ph. 4. Court of Lesser Appeal 
3: Attorney-WSA Judicial Board 3, WSA 
Representative 4. Light Brigade 2, 3, 4, 
Pledge Officer 3; WSBF 1 

NUCKOLS, MARY W. 
WSBF 1. 2. Newman Society 1. 2, 3, 
Secretary 2. 

LINES, WILBUR JOSEPH 
ASME 3. 

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OATES, LARRY WILLIAM 
Phi Kappa Delta I, 2. 3. 4, 5; Pledge- 

OBORN, RICHARD L. 
Who's Who, Distinguished Military Cadet; 
AFROTC Commandant's Award 4; AF 
Financial Assistance Grant 3. 4; 
AFROTC Distinguished Cadet 4; Sigma 
Tau Epsilon 3, Treasurer 4; lota Beta 
Sigma 4; Blue Key 4, Senator 2; APO 1, 
Historian 2, Treasurer 2. Vice-President 

3, President 4; Public Relations 3. Busi 
ness Director 4; Arnold Air Society, 
Chaplain 4; Debate Team 2, 3; Calhoun 
Forensic Society 3; Hall Monitor 2; Hall 

O'CONNOR, WILLIAM T. 

RPA Club 3, 4; NRPA 3, 4; SCRS; 

Resident Assistant 2, 3, 4; RAT Master 3, 

4 
OGLESBY.TOMMIE MARION 

Kappa Delta Chi. 
OLIVER, LESTER RAY 

Sigma Kappa Epsilon. 
ORNITA, BARRY LOUIS 

3M Scholarship 3, Olin-Matheson 

Summer Research Grant 3; AlChE 2. 3, 

4; Phi Kappa Phi 4; Amateur Radio Club 

2, 3, 4 
OSEF. WAYNE ROBERT 

Young Republicans 2; Radio Staff 1. 
OWENS. COLEMAN CLYDE, JR. 

ASME 3. 4; Track Team 1. Sailing Team 

2. 3, 4; Intramural Football 2. 3, 4. 

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PAGE. BRYAN CADETTE 

Dillon County Clemson Club; SAAE. 

PALMER, JEFFREY TODD 
AlChE 1, 2. 3; Chronicle Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Rowing Club 3, 4; Rifle Team 1. 

PALMER, WILLIAM RILEY 
Advanced Army ROTC; SAM. 

PARKER. AUBREY WALKER, JR. 

Honors & Awards Day; Honors Program 
1, Phi Kappa Phi 4; Dillon County 
Clemson Club 1, 2. 3, 4. Vice-President 4. 

PARKER. LINDA MARIE 
Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; Institute of Food 
Teen Scholar; Food Science Club. Treas- 
urer 3; Omicron Zeta Tau 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Resident Assistant 3, 4; House Council 4. 

PARKS, C. AUBREY III 
APO 2; Campus Crusade for Christ 3; 
Baptist Student Union 1. 

PATE. CHARLES WILLIAM 
Delta Phi Kappa 3. 4; Clemson Scuba 
Club 2. 3 

PATTERSON, CHARLTON 80 YD, JR. 
American Metallurgical Society 1. 

PATTE RSON, JAMES OSCAR 
Tiger Band; Mu Beta Psi 3, 4; Vet Club; 
APO 1. 

PATTE RSON. JOHN ANDREWS 
Block & Bridle Club; Pred-Vet Club; 
Advanced ROTC. 

PATTERSON, SAMUEL JOSEPH 
Delta Phi Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4; American 
Ceramic Society 1, 2; Newman Club 1. 2; 
Baseball 1. 

PEARCE. WILLIAM GREGORY 
CDA Junior Staff, CDA Senior Staff; 
Sigma Alpha Zeta. 

PEELE, LUCAS RANDOLPH. JR. 

Alpha Zeta 3. 4; Senior Senator; Tiger 2, 
3 4, Sports Editor 4. 

PEELER. HARVEY SMITH, JR. 
Alpha Gamma; Dairy Science Club, Vice- 
President 4. 



PEEPLES. JAMES BRYSON, JR. ^^i 
AlChE 1. 2, 3, 4. Kappa Delta Chi 1, 2,. 
3, 4; IFC 3. 4, Vice-President 4 

PENNINGTON, MARY ELIZABETH 
Judicial Board 4; Delta Theta Chi. 

PEREZ, STANLEY VICTOR 
ASME 1; Newman Club 3. 4; Young 
Republicans 1, 3, 4; Tiger 1, 3; ISA 1. 2, 
3, 4; Chess Club 4. 

PETRUSKY. KENNETH G. - ■ - * 

Sports Car Club of Clemson 2. 3. 4; 
Geology Club 3. 4. 

PHILLIPS. TERRY WAYNE 

Army ROTC; Treasurer Clemson Graphic 
Arts Society; Cherokee County Clemson 
Club: Circle K. 

PHILPOTT, LARRY D. 
ASME. 

PILO, RICHARD J. 
SANl\_/ 

PITNER, GEORGE DAVID 
SigrnaTau Epsilon 3; Phi Kappa Delta 2. 
3,4 

PITTS, ELIZABETH 
Sigma Tau Epsilon; Who's Who; Order of 
Athena 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4; WSA 3. 4, 
President 4; WSA Representative to stu- 
dent Senate 4; Delta Theta Chi 2, 3, 4, 
Pledge-Master 3, President 4; ISC 4. 

PLAYER, VINROE STEPHEN 
Distinguished Military Cadre (AS); Asso- 
ciated Schools of Construction Award 3; 
Association of General Contractors 
Award 4; AFROTC Financial Assistance 
Grant 4, AFROTC Professional Officers 
Corps; Society of American Military 
Engineers; Student Chapter Association 
of General Contractors; Sigma Psi Nu 4, 
Swimming Team 1 , 2, 3. 4. 

POE. WILLIAM NELSON, JR 
CDA; Kappa Sigma Nu. 

POLATTY, JAMES WILSON 
Agronomy Club. 

POLING, JAMES F. 

Most Valuable Tennis Player-1965; Ten- 
nis Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Tiger 
Brotherhood 4; Phi Kappa Delta 2, 3, 4, 
Treasurer 5; Block C Club. 

POPE. THOMAS E. 
AIA 1, 2, 3. 4, 5. Swimming Team; 
TAPS. 

PORTER. CLESS FRANKLYN 
Best Student Library Award 1968. 3. 

PORTER, DAVID GARVIN 
Clemson Education Association 4; 
Newman Club 3, 4; Young Republicans 
4. 

POSTON, RUSSEL ARTHUR 
Forestry Club 1,2. 3; APO 3, 4. 

POTEAT.GEELA BOPEEP 
American Chemical Society 1, 2; Ameri- 
can Ceramic Society 3, 4. 

POWELL, HAROLD BERNARD 
APO 3, 4. 

POWELL, TIMOTHY HAMMOND 

Tau Sigma Delta Award; South Carolina 
Masonry Association Competition, 1st 
Prize. 

POWERS, CHURCHILL C 
ASME 2,3,4; SAME 3, 4; YMCA 1 , 2, 3, 
4; YMCA Handbook 2: ROTC. 

PRATHER. HAMES L. 

RPA Club 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Chi 1, 2, 
3. 4;BSU 1, 2, 3. 

PRIDDY, RICKY VERNON 

Kappa Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4; Advanced 
ROTC. 

PRIDMORE, ROBERT MICHAEL 
ROTC 3, 4. 

PRINGLE, CHARLES GARY 
American General Contractors; Sigma 
Alpha Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. 5; President Alpha 
Delta Zeta 4, 5; University Apartments 
Club 4, 5. 

PRINGLE. JEFFREY C. 
WSBF 1,2,3, 4; Clemson Graphic Arts 
Society 4. 

PUNDF, VANDERBILT C. 
ASM 1. 2. CCCC1, 2. 3. 

PUSEY, EDWARD STUART 
Distinguished Military Cadet; Scabbard & 
Blade Best Army Sophomore Cadet 
Award; American Legion Excellence in 
Military Science Award; ROTC Scholar 
ship, Pershing Rifles; Scabbard & Blade 



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RAMSEY, ARNOLD JOSEPH 

RPA Club 3, 4; Recreation Society 1, 2, 

3,4. 
RANKIN, GEORGE DAVID III 

Army ROTC 3, 4. 
RASH, CHRISTOPHER KENT 

Military Science 1, 2,3,4. 
RATTERREE, CHARLES HENRY III 

ASME 4; Phi Kappa Delta 1, 2, 3. 4. 
RAWL, DANNY AUEN 

AlChE 3,4. 
RAY, GEORGE DEWEY 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Young Democrats 3; 

Pre-Law Society 3; Tiger Junior Staff 1, 2. 
RAY, LAWRENCE KENT 

Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4; Sigma Tau 

Epsilon 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4. 
REDICK. HUGH EDWARD 

ASME 4. 



REED, EDWARD CLARK 
Mu Beta Psi 2. 3, 4; Tiger Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Concert Band 1, 2, 3. 

REED. HARRY MENDEL, JR 
ASCE 3, 4. 

REED, WAYNE MARSHALL 
AIA 1, 2. 3. 4, 5; Circle K 1, 2 

REUTER, DAVID MICHAEL 
APO: Young Republicans; Glee Club: 
Campus Crusade for Christ 

RHODES. WILLIAM BOYD III 
Henry T. Malone-Gamma Alpha Mu 
Award 3: Senator 2; Gamma Alpha Mu 4. 
Tiger Staff 1. 2, 3, Circulation Manager 4 

RHYMER, WILLIAM EUGENE, JR. 
Ben & Kitty Gossett Scholarship 4, SAM 
3, 4; American Association of Textile 
Technologist 3, 4 

RICE, JONATHAN CLEVELAND III 
lota Lambda Sigma 3, 4. 

RICHARDS, ROBERT BRUCE 
ASCE 2 3 4 

RICHARDSON, DONNY WAYNE 
Football. Weight Lifting Club, ROTC 

RICHBOURG, VIRGINIA DAWN 
Dow Chemical Scholarship 1, 2; Ethyl 
Corp Scholarship 3: Junior Honors Pro- 
gram: AlChE 2, 3; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4, 
Omicron Zeta Tau 2. 3, YMCA 

RICKARD. JOHN CHARLES 
ASME; Sports Car Club. 

RIDDLE, ROBERT SAYE 
Block & Bridle Club Scholarship 3, 
Distinguished Military Cadet; Block & 
Bridle Club 1, 2, 3. ">- 

RISER, JACOBSIDNEY 
SAAE 1, 2. 

RITCH, MORRIS REA III 
AFROTC Valor Award 4; Building Const 
Dept Award 2, Representative Student 
Chapter AGC 3, President 4. 

RIVERS, CHARLES EDWIN 
ASCE 1, 4; Young Republicans 4. 

ROBERTS, JOHN E III 
Delta Sigma NU; Phi Kappa Delta; 
Chester County Clemson Club. 

ROBERTSON. JAMES VAN 
Delta Sigma Nu 2, 3,4. 

ROBINS, HARRIET VAUGHAN 
Honors 1, 2; Order of Athena 4; Sigma 
Tau Epsilon 3, 4; Women's Residence 
Court 2; Judicial Board 4; Defense 
Attorney 4; Sigma Beta Chi 1, 2, 3. 4; 
House Council 4. 

ROBINSON. WILLIAM EDWARD 
Tau Beta Pi 2; Phi Kappa Phi 2; AlChE 2. 

ROCKWELL, JEFFREY CARTER 
Kappa Delta Chi. 

ROEDIGER, CHARLES LAMAR, JR. 
RPA Club 3. 4. 5, Delta Phi Kappa 4, 5. 
Track. Crosscountry 1. 

ROGERS, DAN MILTON EARL 
Greenville Concrete Award; AFROTC 
Achievement Award; American Society 
of Military Engineers Award; S. C. As- 
phalt Paving Association Award; Phi Eta 
Sigma 3; Tau Beta Pi 1; Phi Kappa Phi; 
Kappa Sigma Nu, Vice-President. 

ROGERS, GEORGE McCALL 
Aero Club 1, 2, 3; Kappa Delta Chi 2, 3, 
4. 

ROGERS. JACOB RHODES 

IEEE 3. 4; Dillon County Clemson Club 

2, 3, 4. 
ROGERS. PHILLIP D. 

Army ROTC 3, 4; Pickens County 
Clemson Club 2. 3, 4. 

ROOF, RONALD WINGARD 
AlChE 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Sigma Nu 1. 2. 
3,4 

ROSEBROCK, DEL ACKERMAN 
Army ROTC. 

ROSS, GLENN H. 
Piedmont Contractors Award 3; Associ- 
ated General Contractors of American, 
Vice-President 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4. 

ROSS. JOHN NEELY 
Numeral Society 2; TAPS Junior Staff; 
Weight Lifting Club. 

ROWAND, THOMAS FERGUSON 
Association of General Contractors 4, 5; 
AIA 1, 2,3,4, 5; Fine Arts Film 4, 5; Nu 
Epsilon 1.2; Rugby Club 3, 4, 5. 

ROWELL, JEFF WILLARD. JR. 
Army ROTC 3, 4; Pickens County 
Clemson Club 3; Tiger Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 

RUSSELL. JAMES III 
ASCE 5. 

RUTLAND, CHARLES ROSLYN 
AlChE 2. 3,4. 

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SADOWSKI, DAVID LAWRENCE 
S. C. Recreation Society 2. 3. 4; RPA 
Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3; New 
man Club; American Camping Associa- 
tion 3,4, 

SANDERS, DARRYLPAUL 
SAME 3, 4; ASME 4. 

SANDERS. GUY ST. CLAIRE III 
Senate 4; Campus Crusade for Christ 1, 2, 

3. 4; Tiger Band 2. 3, 4; College 
Republicans 3. 

SANDERS. JAMES ROBERT 

Army ROTC Award; SAM 2; Associated 
General Contractors 1 ; Cherokee County 
Clemson Club 4. 



SAVERANCE, WILLIAM DAWSON 
WSBF, SEA, 

SAWYER, THOMAS WINFIELD 

Kaiser Agricultural Chemicals Scholarship 
3, 4; Distinguished Military Cadet (MSI, 
Alpha Zeta, Agronomy Club. 

SCARBOROUGH, JAMES WESLEY, JR 
Distinguished Military Student, ROTC 
Scholarship 4, Men Residence Court 3; 
Numeral Society 1, 2, 3, 4. 

SCHERLER, WILLIAM BRUCE 
AlChE 1. 2. 3. 4. 

SCHICHLER, ERNEST ALFRED 

Honorable mention for Materials Tech- 
nology Design Award 3; AIA 1, 2, 3. 

SCHMIDT, KENNETH W 
WSBF 1, 2, Rifle Team 1. 

SCHROEDER, RICHARD H. 

AIA 1,2.3,4,5, Delta Phi Kappa 2. 3, 4, 
5: Freshman Football; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 5; 

SCOTT, JOHN DENNIS 

Football 1, 2, 3. 4: RPA Club 2, 3.4. 

SEEL, EULALIE YVONNE 

Light Brigade 2; Westminster Fellowship 



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SELE. WILLIAM MATHEWS 
Numeral Society 1, 2. 3,4. 

SEMBOS, ATHANASIOS 
ISA 1, 2, 3, 4. Soccer 1,2. 

SETTLE. JOHN E., JR. 

Dean's List 1. 2. 3; Who's Who 4; Tiger 
Brotherhood 4; Blue Key. Vice-President 
4; Tigeramma Assistant Director 3. Direc- 
tor 4; Freshman Class Treasurer. Finan- 
cial Review Board 1; NSA Delegate 2; 
SCSSL Delegate 3; Arnold Air Society 3. 
4; Area C-1 Operations Officer 3; Delta 
Sigma Nu 2; TAPS Junior Staff 2, 
Co-Organizations Editor 3. Editor-m- 
Chief 4, 

SHACKELFORD CHARLES LEWIS, JR. 
ASCE 3,4, 5; Clemson Rifle Team 1,2. 3. 

SHARP, DON CARLOS 
Men's Residence Court Advisor 2; High 
Court 4; Kappa Delta Chi. 

SHARPTON, ROBERT CHARLES 
Kappa Delta Chi 2, 3, 4. 

SHELLEY, WILLIAM DANIEL 

Tau Sigma Delta Award 2; Rudolph E. 
Lee Award 3. Blue Key 4; AIA 1. 2, 4; 
Tau Sigma Delta 4; Phi Eta Sigma 2. 3, 4; 
APO 2. 3, 4; Dillon County Regional 
Club 1. 2, 3, 4; TAPS Junior Staff 3, 
Senior Staff Co-Designer 4; YMCA 2; 
Wesley Foundation 1; AFROTC Band 1. 

SHIELDS, JOHN PATRICK 
Football; Track. 

SHULER, MALCOLM DUANE 
Pre-Law Society. 

SHULL, THOMAS SPAULDING, JR. 

AIIE 1, 2, 3; ROTC Band 1, 2: Tiger 
Band 1, 2. 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2: 
Sailing 2, 3, 4; Young Republicans 2. 

SIDRONY, ANDREW GEORGE 
ASME; Phi Kappa Delta. 

SIEDSCHLAG, EVERETT WILLIAM, JR. 
AFROTC 1. 2, 3, 4; Tiger Band 1,2,3.4; 
Concert Band 2. 3, 4, Tiger Band Staff. 

SIMMONS. KENNETH BOYD, JR. 

Horticultural Club 2, 3. 4; Sigma Alpha 
Zeta 1,2,3,4. 

SIMMONS, RICHARD DEAN 
AlChE. 

SIMS, MARK ANTHONY 
Tiger Band 1. 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3. 
4; Young Republicans 2, 3, Advanced 
ROTC. 

SINGLETARY, FRANK, JR 
Delta Sigma Nu. 

SINGLETARY, GLEN EDWIN 

Tau Beta Pi 4; IEEE 1,23, 4; Amateur 
Radio Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4 

SINGLETON, GILES F 
Dean's List; WSA; Delta Theta Chi. 

SKILTON, WALTER FRANK 
Sigma Psi Nu 3; Swimming Team 4, 
Captain 3, Assistant Coach 4 Block C 
Club 3. 

SLATE. DONALD ALEXANDER 
ASCE 3; Kappa Delta Chi 1. 2, 3, 4. 

SLATON, THOMAS MARION 

lota Mu Sigma Merit Award 3: SAM 2, 3, 
4; Kappa Delta Chi 3, 4; Young 
Republicans. 

SLOAN, WILLIAM HENRY 
ASCE, SAME. 

SMALSER, ROBERT LESLIE 
Outstanding Counter Guerrilla 2; Army 
ROTC Scholarship 2; Distinguished Mili- 
tary Cadet; Alpha Zeta 3, 4; Scabbard & 
Blade 3, 4; APO 1, 2; Counter Guerrilla 
Platoon 1, 2, Commander 3; Advanced 
ROTC. 

SMITH, ALLEN DARBY 
Sigma Alpha Zeta 3, 4. 

SMITH, EUGENE ANDREW. JR. 
AFROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; Block C Club; Track 
1,2,3,4. 

SMITH. GERALD WADE 
Clio Society. 

SMITH, HENRY JOE 
AIA 1,2,3. 

SMITH, JACKIE WEYMAN 
Honor Graduate; lota Lambda Sigma 3, 
4; Football 1,2.3,4. 






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Order of Athena, Via 

YMCA Cabinet 2; 



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Brigade 2. 3, 4; YMCA Handbook 3. 

SMITH, THOMAS C. 
Bowling Team 3, 4, 

SMITH, THOMAS MICHAEL 

SCCPA 8est Review Award 3; Southern 
Railway Academic Scholarship 1 , 2, 3, 4, 
Dean's List 3; English Honor Program 3, 
4, Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4; Sigma Alpha 
Mu 3, 4; Student Senate 3. 4; Judiciary 
Committee 3: Speakers Bureau 3; Fine 
Arts Committee 4; Tiger Chief Reporter 

3, Features Editor 4, USSPA Delegate 3, 
4. 

SMOAK, CHARLES K. 

Distinguished Military Cadet (MSI. 
SMORAL, VINCE CHESTER, JR. 

APO 2 
SNELL. FREDERICK JACOB. JR. 

RPA Club 3. 4. 
SNOW. DORIS ANN 

Sailing Club 2. 3. Secretary; YMCA 

Upperclass Council 2. Secretary; YMCA 

Cabinet 3. 4. Secretary 3, 4. 
SOBCZYK, ROWENA GAIL 

Who's Who 4; Delta Sigma Nu 3, Corre 

sponding Secretary 4; Order or Athena 4; 

Class Secretary 1, 2, 3. 4; Secretary and 

Treasurer Student Body 4; Food Service 

Committee 3; Sigma Beta Chi 1 . 2, 3, 4; 

Alumni Secretary 3, Treasurer 3. Social 

Chairman 4. Young Republicans 1, 2, 3, 

4; Corresponding Secretary 2, 3, 4; 

Clemson Civic Ballet 1. 2, 3.4. 
SOUTHERLAND. JOHN IVAN 

Football 1-4; Track 1. 2. 3. SPANN, 
SAMUEL ROBERT, JR. 

ASME 3. 4; Phi Kappa Delta 2, 3. 4. 
SPARKS. RICHARD LOCKE 

lota Lambda Sigma 3. 4, 5; Education 

Club 1. 
SPENCER, FRANK WILSON 

Architectural Faculty Award 1968; AIA; 

Architecture Curriculum Committee 

Student Member. 
SPETNAGEL. THEODORE JOHN 

ASIM Student Member Award; ASCE 1, 

2. 3. 4, VWSBF 1,2; Concert Band 1, 2. 3, 

4. Army ROTC Band 1. 2. 
STAEDELI. JANET MARIE 

WSA 4. Delta Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4; TAPS 

Junior Staff 
STAND. JACK R. 

Distinguished Military Cadet 4. 
STEPHENS, RONALD KEITH 

Senate 3; Delta Phi Kappa 3, 4. 
STEPP, RICHARD MONROE 

Dean's List; Agronomy Club; Phi Kappa 

Phi 4 
STEWARD, ARDEN WILLIAM 

ASME 1 , 2, 3, 4; Hall Supervisor 3, 4. 
STEWART, DWIGHT LaVERNE, JR. 

XI Sigma Pi; Alpha Zeta 2, 3, 4; Forestry 

Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Hall Monitor 3; Hall 

Supervisor 4. 
STEWART. TESSA LEAH 

Omicron Zeta Tau Sorority 1. 2, 3. 4, 

Secretary 2; ROTC Light Brigade 1, 2, 3, 

4; Administrative Officer 3 
STREET, FRANK RICHARD 

American Chemical Society 1, 2, 3; 

Geo-Club 3. Tiger Staff. 
STRONG, WILLIAM LEROY, JR. 

IEEE 2, 3. 4; WSBF 1, Transmitter Eng 

2, Technical Manager 3, Engineering 

Director 4; lota Beta Sigma 3, 4; Sailing 

Club 2; Freshman Tennis 1; Tigerama 1. 

2, Assistant Technical Manager 3, Techni- 
cal Director 4. 
STROUD, JACK ALLEN, JR 

RPA Club 2, 3, 4; Delta Phi Kappa 1, 2, 

3,4. 
SUIT. THOMAS SCOTT 

Distinguished Military Cadet (MSI; Alpha 

Zeta 3. 4; Xi Sigma Pi 3, 4; Forestry Club 

4. 
SUTHERLAND. DANNY RAY 

Phi Eta Sigma 4; Phi Kappa Phi 4. 
SVENOSEN, VIRGIL GARRETT 

ASCE 1 . 2. 3, 4; Beta Sigma Chi 1 ; ROTC 

1, 2. 3,4. 
SWEENEY. MICHAEL LANE 

President ASCE 2. 
SWINDELL, JAMES ROBERT 

CDA 3. 4; Vice-President Sigma Alpha 

Zeta 2, 3, 4 

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TAMSBERG, JOHN BUCHANAN 
Forestry Club 2; Sailing Club 1. 

TAWES. GEORGE DANA 
RPA Admin Club 1. 

TEDCASTLE. ROBERT ARTHUR II 
SAM 2-5: Pi Sigma Epsilon 1-5; APO 3. 4r 
5; Circle K 1, 2; Newman Club 1. 2. 
Young Republicans 3, 4, 5. 

TEMPLETON, ROBERT STREATOR 
ASME 4; Cross Country Team 1; 



TENNANT. MARK HARRIS 

Superior Cadet Award 3; ASME; Tau 

Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi 4. 
TENNENT. CHARLES HAMILTON 

Phi Kappa Delta 1. 2. 3,4. 
TERRY. DONALD KENNETH 

Dean's List 1; AIA 1, 2, 3. 4, 5. 
THEILING. DALE LINDENBERG 

Beta Sigma Chi 3. Pledgemaster 4; Tiger 

3. Scuba Club 1,2. 3,4. 
THOMA, LAWRENCE D. 

Tiger 1; Weight Lifting Club 1. 2. 3, 4; 

Fine Arts Film Club 1,2,3. 
THOMAS, WILLIAM RUTLEDGE 

Clemson Forestry Club 4. Union County 

Clemson Club 4. 
THOMPSON, JAMESINE ELAINE 

WSA Senior Representative 4; Glee Club 

2, 3, 4; SLBI 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1. 
2; Clemson Players 2 

THOMPSON, MARION COOPER 
Who's Who 4; Blue Key 4; Sigma Tau 
Epsilon 3. 4; Chairman Court of Lesser 
Appeals 3, Chairman Appeals Court 4, 
SCSS I, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Gamma 2, 3. 4. 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Tiger 1. 2; Westminster 
Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4. 

THOMPSON. WILLIAM ECHOLES 

National Defense Transportation Award 
3; Arnold Air Society; AFROTC. 

THOMPSON, WILLIAM WALTER 
Advanced ROTC 4. 

THOMSON. WILLIAM RAY 
Student Lawyer 2. 3. APO 1, 2. Ad- 
vanced Army ROTC 3, 4 

THOMY, DAVID A. 
Student Body Treasurer. Sumter Exte 
sion2;TAPS 3,4. 

TIBBS, HARRY DAVID 
President Delta Phi Kappa 4. 

TILLMAN. KATHERINE EGGERS 

Accompanist for Glee Club 1, 2. 3; 
Outing Club 3 

TODD, JAMES R. 

Distinguished Military Cadet 4. 

TOLLEY, CHARLES ROBERT 
Army ROTC 3, 4. Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes 1. 2. 3, 4; Tiger 
Brotherhood 4. 

TORNSTROM. JOHN P. 
Counter Guerrillas 1, 2, 3. 

TOWNSEND, EDWARD CHARLES 
APO 2. 3, 4. 

TRAYNAAM, JOHN DAVID 
Senate 1; Traffic & Grounds Committee 
1; Head Ratmaster 4; Central Spirit 
Committee 4; Football 1. 

TRIPLETT. LAURENCE E. 

ASCE 4, 5. Beta Sigma Chi 3, 4, 5. 

TRIPP, SALLY G. 

Melvin C. Brown Award 3; Phi Kappa Phi 

3, 4; Clio Society 3, 4; Omicron Zeta Tau 
1. 2, 3,4, Vice-President 3; Light Brigade 
1, 2, 3, 4, Executive Officer 3, 4; 
Clemson-in-England 3. 

TUCKER, JAMES WILLIAM, JR. 

Election Board 4; APO 2, 3, 4; lota 

Lambda Sigma 3. 4; WSBF 1,2.3, 4. 
TURNER. JOHN PARNELL 

RPA Club 1; Sigma Alpha Zeta 1. 2; 

TAPS Junior Staff 1 
TUCKER. JOHN WOTRING 

Scuba Club 1; Tae Kwon Do Club 1, 2; 

Forestry Club 3, 4; Sports Car Club 4; 

Sailing Club 4. 
TYSON. CAROLE NAN 

RPA 2. 4; Judicial Board 3. 4; Delta 

Theta Chi 1, 2, 3. 4; Light Brigade 1, 2. 

-U- 

UNDERHILL, RONALD RICHARD 
Sigma Tau Epsilon 4; Delta Sigma Nu 3, 
4; Gamma Alpha Mu 3, 4; National 
Honor Society; Kappa Sigma Nu 1,2; 
Student Affairs Office Employees 4; 
Monitor 2. 

-V- 

VAUGHAN. LESLIE GREEN 

Angel Flight. 
VENABLE. JOE H., JR. 

Honors Day 3; Clio Society 3. 
VERDEE, PETER RICHARD 

Assistant Defense Attorney High Court 4; 

Varsity Soccer 3. 4. 
VERROSS, WILLIAM EDWARD 

Air Force Scholarship Medal 1; Phi Eta 

Sigma 1 . 2, 3, 4; Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4; 

Phi Kappa Phi 3. 4; Delta Sigma Nu 3, 4; 

Phi Kappa Delta 1, 2, 3. 4, TAPS Junior 

Staff 3 
VROOME, RAY LIVINGSTON 

SAM 2. Marketing Fraternity 1. 

-W- 
WALDEN. WILLIAM RUSSELL 

Tau Beta Pi 3. 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; 

ASME 3, 4. 
WALL, WALTER VIRGIL, JR. 

Continental Cann Co, Scholarship 4; 



Outstanding Student in Forestry 2; Xi 
Sigma Pi 3. 4; Assistant Forester 4; Alpha 
Zeta 2. 3. 4; Forestry Club 1,2. 3, 4; 4H 
Club 3. 4 

WALKER, JACK O'DELL 

Circle K 2. 3. 4; CDA 3. 4; AIA 2, 3. 4. 

WALKER, ALAN CONSTANTINE, JR. 
American Chemical Society 3. 4. 

WALTERS, JACK LEE 
YMCA Cabinet. 

WARE. WILLIAM SANFORD. JR. 

Kappa Delta Chi 1. 2, 3, 4, Tiger 
Brotherhood 3, 4; Fellowship Christian 
Athletes 1 , 2. 3, 4; Varsity Football 2, 3, 
4. 

WARLICK, WILLIAM MARETT 

Honorable Mention, S. C. Concrete Ma- 
sonry Association Competition 2; AIA; 
Circle K 1, 2, 3. 4, Vice-President 3; Tiger 
Staff 1; Freshman Cheerleader 1; CDA 
Junior Staff 3. 

WARREN, ANGUS HAMMETT 

Lower Court of Appeals; Numeral 
Society 1. 2, 3. 4, Vice-President 3. 

WARREN, EMILY BENNETT 
Tiger 1 ; Business Staff & Advertising. 

WATERS, CHARLIE T 
Tiger Brotherhood 4; Football 1, 2, 3. 4; 
Kappa Delta Chi 2. 3,4. 

WATKINS. KATHY CHERYL 
House Council 2. 3. 

WATSON. WILLIAM IRA 
AlChE 2. 3. 4. Intramural Football and 
Basketball 1, 3. 

WAITERS. DOUGLAS GLENN 
Delta Sigma Nu 2. 3. 4; Phi Kappa Delta 
1. 2,3,4. 

WEAVER, NELSON T. 
American Association of Textile Chem- 
ists & Colorists 2, 3, 4. Vice-President 4. 
Kappa Sigma Nu 2,3.4. 

WEBSTER. WILLIAM COLMERY 
Chairman Elections Board 2. 3; President 
Cabinet 3; Chairman Food Service Com- 
mittee 4; Kappa Sigma Nu 2. 3. 4. 

WELLS, JAMES LARRY 
WSBF 1; ASME 1. 

WELSH, THOMAS SAMUEL 
4-H Scholarship 1. 

WERNER. CHARLES MILTON. JR. 
Tiger Brotherhood; Football 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Block C2. 3.4. 

WEST. E. MARSHALL 
RPA; Kappa Sigma Nu 

WESTON, JOHN DANE 

Distinguished Military Cadet 4; Arnold 
Air Society 2, 3, 4; Comptroller Area C-L 
3; YMCA 2, 3. 

WHARTON, JOHN E 
SAM 2; Mu Beta Psi 1; ROTC 4; Tiger 
Band 3; Concert Band 1; Aero Club 1. 

WHATLEY. KEITH WAYNE 
Delta Kappa Alpha. 

WHETSELL, DAVID MONROE 
AlChE 3. 

WHITE, KILLOUGH HENRY III 

AIA 2; Chester County Clemson Club 3. 

WHITNEY, ROBERT KREHL 
Most Outstanding Student Senator 3; 
National Student Register 4; Gamma 
Alpha Mu 1,2. 3, 4; Gamma Omega Phi 
1, 2; United States Student Press Associa- 
tion 1, 2. 3. 4; S. C. Student Press 
Association 3, 4; National Student Asso- 
ciation; Student Senator 2. 3. Clerk 3, 
Student Attorney 4; Dept. of Academic 
Affairs 4; Sophomore Class Council 2; 
Junior Class Council 3; Faculty, Admin- 
istration Student Council 4; Speakers 
Bureau 4; YMCA Cabinet 2; YMCA Staff 

1, 2; Young Republicans 1. 2; Young 
Democrats 4; Canterbury Association 1, 

2, 3, 4; Chronicle 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 4; 
Tiger 1, 2, 3, 4; Students for a Free 
University 1. 

WIECHNIK. DENNIS MICHAEL 
AIA 3; Newman Association 2. 

WILBURN, WILLIAM DAVID. JR. 
Honors & Awards Day 1 ; Vice-President 
Sophomore Class 2; Numeral Society 1, 
2. 3. 4. 

WILEY, WILLIAM HARVEY II 

Forestry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Advanced 
ROTC; Men's Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4; 
Campus Crusade for Christ 3, 4. 

WILKINSON, HAROLD SAMUEL 
Calhoun Forensics Society 2, President 3, 
Vice-President 4; Defense Attorney 3; 
Senior Defense Attorney 4; WSBF 2, 3, 
Chief Announcer 4 

WILLER, JAYS. 

Honors 1, 2, 3; Phi Kappa Phi 4; Cross 
Country 1 , 2, 3, 4; Track 1,2,3. 4. 

WILLIAMS. ANN LAVERNE 
Glee Club 4; Clemson Players-Best 
Supporting Actress Plaque 2; Student 
Government Presidential Cab.; News Ser- 
vice Burea 4; SLBI 3, 4; Clemson Players 
2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1 . 

WILLIAMS. DAVID FRANK 
Pre-Law Society 1. 2, 3, 4, Arnold Air 
Society 2, 3, 4. 

WILLIAMS, JAMES N.. JR. 
American Association for Textile Tech- 
nology 2, 3, 4; APO 2, 3, 4; Young 
Republicans 2. 



WILLIAMS. PAMELA DAVIS 
Light Brigade 1, 2. 3. 

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM G. 

Distinguished Military Cadet 4 

WILLIAMSON. DARRA DANE 

Miss Clemson Finalist 1, 2. Who's Who 4; 
Honors 3, 4; Order of Athena 3. 4, Rat 
Master 1; Central Spirit Committee 1, 2, 
3; Judicial Board 4; Sigma Beta Chi 2, 3. 
4; TAPS Junior Staff 2; TAPS Senior 
Staff 3, 4; Greeks Editor 3; Freshman 
Cheerleader 1; Varsity Cheerleader 3. 4; 
Fine Arts Film Club 4. 

WILLIAMSON. JAMES FOSTER 
Kappa Sigma Nu 2, 3, 4. 

WILLIS. PERRY DANIEL 

SAAE 2. 3, 4; Senior Advisor 4. 

WILSON, DONALD CARSON 
Sigma Phi Sigma Vice-President 4; Sailing 
Club 2, 3. 

WILSON. DOUGLAS CRAIG 
Service Award APO; American Society of 
Ag. Engr; Phi Kappa Phi 4; APO 1, 2, 3, 
4; Students for Educational Aid. 

WILSON, RAY LANSING. JR. 
Sigma Alpha Zeta 1. 3, 4; Dillon County 
Club 1, Secretary 2, 3,4. 

WILSON. ROBERT R. 
Tiger Brotherhood 4. 

WINBURN, MICHAELSUNDY 
Delta Phi Kappa. 

WISE, WILLIAM R, 
Senior Class Council; Senior Day Com- 
mittee CU Political Science Club 3; 
Intramurals. 

WISHER, RICKY ARNOLD 
SAM. 

WITHERSPOON. JAMES HARVEY 

Most Outstanding Junior in Metallurgical 
Engineering 3; American Society for 
Metals 2, 3, 4, President 4. 

WITT, GEORGE E. 
Distinguished Military Cadet 4. 

WOLPER. JUDITY CAROL 

Angel Flight 1, 2. 3, 4; Hillel-Brandeis 1, 
2,3 4 

WOOD, STEPHEN LEROY 
Honor Student 1. 2. 3, 4. 

WOODHAM. MILDRED ALENE 

Rat Queen 1; Sponsor for Arnold Air 
Society 1; Sponsor for Fourth Regiment 
Pershing Rifles 2; Outstanding Angel 
Award 3; Bronze Medal for Achievement 
Award 2; Scabbard & Blade Sponsor 4, 



He 



1 1 3; Central Spirit 



Committee 4; Angel Flight 1, 

Head Rat Master 4; Cheerleader 1; 

CAPER Coordinator 2. 
WOODS, AUBURN III 

Sigma Tau Epsilon 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi; 

Glee Club 1,2. 
WOODS. NORMAN H., JR. 

Pre-Vet Club 1. 3; ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4. 
WOODS, GROVER LAFOY, JR. 

Sigma Tau Epsilon. 
WOODSIDE. ALICIA TILLMAN 

Block & Bridle Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Capers 4. 
WORKMAN, MICHAEL CLARENS 

Block & Bridle Club. 
WORSHAM, GEORGE FREDERICK. JR. 

Phi Eta Sigma English Award 1; 

AFROTC Reserve Officers Award 1; Phi 

Eta Sigma 1. 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Phi 3, 4; 

Delta Sigma Nu 3. 4; Sigma Tau Epsilon 

3, 4; TAPS Junior Staff 3. 
WRIGHT JAMES GOODRICH, JR. 

Senior Class President; Kappa Delta Chi; 

SAM; Advanced Army ROTC. 
WRIGLEY, CRAIG CALDWELL 

Tau Sigma Delta. AIA, President. 
WYATT, LARRY WALKER 

Military History Award; AlChE; Tau Beta 

Pi; Phi Kappa Phi. 

-Y- 



YATES. JAMES RONALD 
Basketball 3, 4. 

YONGUE. CHARLES CLARENCE 
Alpha Zeta 3, 4; Food Science Club 2, 3, 
4. 

YOUNG. CARRELL MOORE 
SAM 3; Army ROTC 4. 

YOUNG, JAMES CARL, JR. 
Distinguished Military Cadet (MS); Alum- 
ni Undergraduate Memorial Scholar 1, 2, 
3. 4; Honors Program 1, 2; AlChE 2, 3. 4. 
Vice-President 4; AlChE Southern Re- 
gional Conference Recording Secretary 4. 

YOUNG, VIVIAN ELISE 
Honors 1 , 2; House Council; Glee Club 2; 
Clemson Players 1; Light Brigade 1; 
Campus Crusade for Christ 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Wesley Foundation 3, 4. 

YOUNGBLOOD, JAMES ROBBINS 
IEEE. 

-z- 

ZATEZALO, GEORGE DENNIS 
Basketball (ACC Scoring Champl 2, 3; 
Block C Club. 

ZEPE, JOHN ROBERT 
Graphic Arts Society. 



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STUDENT ROSTER 



GE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE 



Abbitt, Bruce 
Abel, John Richard 
Abercrombie, Stoney 
Abernathy, Wm. Leslie 

394. 
Abernethy, Louis Lee 
Abrahams, Richard W. 

Abrams, Albert W. 

Abrams, Edgar B. 
Abrams, Jeffrey R. 

Abrams, James Wm. 
Abrams, Ronald Scott 
Abshire, James Brice 

Accomando, Brunello 
Accomando, Salvatore 
Acker, Louis L. 

cker, Sidney Francis 
cker, Thomas Waring 
ckerson, Katherine D. 
ckley, Brainard Lee 
cquaviva, James P. 
damo, Jeffrey Wayne 

390, 
dams, Dillard D. 
dams, Ernest Lynn 

Adams, Elizabeth R. 

Adams, Jesse 

Adams, Johnny Arthur 

296, 

Adams, James Merrill 



A, 



dams, Robert B. 
Adams, Robert R. 
Adams, Tony Ansel 
Adams, Wm. Thomas 



Addison, Wm. Floyd 
Addy, Lindsey W. 
Adler, Robert A. 
Agee, Michael Warren 
Agnew, Douglas Dewitt 
Agnew, Wm. Gibson, Jr. 
Aichele, James H., Jr. 
Ames, Robert Wm. 

440, 
Ainsworth, Robert D. 
Aiton, Joseph Edmund 
Akerley, Cara Dale 
Albenesius, Joan M. 
Albers, Richard 
Albrecht, Eloise J. 
Albright, Clarence H. 
Aldebol, Clay S. 

Alden, Edward F. 
Alexander, Barbara J. 
Alexander, Caroline B. 
Alexander, David M. 
Alexander, Joyce E. 
Alexander, John M. 
Alexander, Laura S. 
Alexander, Milton D. 

199,266,274, 389, 
Alexander, Patricia 
Alexander, Ronnie C 
Alexander, Ruth Gail 
Alexander, Stephen D. 

Alexander, Wm. Andrew 
All. James Bascom, Jr. 
All, Jones Henry C, Jr. 
Allen, Charles David 



440 
440 
440 
253 
594 
594 
238 
440 
230 
394 
394 
265 
394 
448 
440 
304 
440 
394 
440 
301 
394 
440 
177 
440 
440 
440 
352 
440 
440 
394 
394 
440 
289 
440 
308 
394 
440 
440 
440 
355 
440 
440 
440 
440 
440 
440 
440 
440 
112 
598 
394 
440 
440 
440 
114 
440 
440 
355 
440 
440 
440 
440 
291 
440 
441 
394 
132 
394 
440 
440 
440 
440 
593 
440 
440 
440 



Allen, Collin David 
Allen, Eldon, Elbert 

303,310 
Allen, John Rodgers 

Allen, Jerry Wayne 

Allen, Linda Jane 
Allen, Robert Kent 
Allen, Susan Carol 
Alley, Samuel David 
Allgood, Barnett A. 
Allison, Wm. Elmore, Jr. 

185, 191,440,592, 
Alpert, Calvert Clay 

Alston, Rowland P., Jr. 

Alston, Wm. Barrett 
Altman, James Coley 
Altman, Stephen L. 
Altman, Wm. E. 

214,441, 
Alverson, Peggy 
Alverson, William G. 

Alwood, Wm. Austin, II 
Amason, Michael C. 
Amick, David Ray 
Amick, Harold Ciremba 

316, 
Amos, Paul D. 
Anders, Thomas C, Jr. 
Anderson, Alan 
Anderson, Bobby R. 
Anderson, Benjamin W. 
Anderson, Carroll S. 

Anderson, Ellen Dean 

Anderson, G. W., Jr. 
Anderson, Jack Edward 

266, 324, 
Anderson, Joseph R., Jr. 
Anderson, John Law 

394, 
Anderson, Larry J. 

Anderson, Michael S. 
Anderson, Robert L. 
Anderson, Sharon Lee 
Anderson, Stephen R. 
Anderson, Tony Dean 
Anderson, Wm. Burton 
Andrews, David Martin 

441, 
Andrews, Charles H. 
Angel, David Edgar 
Anguieola, Carlos S. 
Angyns, Thomas A. 
Annas, Eugene C. 
Antonakos, George B. 

Applebaum, Robert Roy 
Appleby, Paul E. 
Archer, Robert D. 

330, 
Archibald, Robert D. 
Archie, William A. 

Ardis, Wilbur C., Jr. 
Armfield, Robert W. 

441, 
Armistead, Douglas P. 

441, 
Armstrong, William S. 

394, 
Arnold. David C. 



280 Arnold, Fr 
440 






P 



440 
250 
440 
230 
440 
316 
394 
440 
440 
440 
440 
394 
132 
599 
260 
441 
310 
394 
441 
394 
441 
145 
595 
441 
191 
441 
441 
441 
441 
280 
394 
394 
441 
114 
441 
441 
350 
394 
234 
441 
441 
114 
441 
441 
199 
592 
291 
441 
441 
441 
441 
441 
441 
394 
219 
595 
441 
441 



441 
114 
441 
441 
441 
291 
441 
441 
280 
441 
441 
214 
595 
238 
598 
214 
595 
394 
177 



Arnt, Vena, Kathryn 


441 


Baldwin, Barry Mason 


442 


Ashe, James Neely 


441 


Baldwin, Frank E. 


442 


Ashley, John Randal 


154 


Balentine, Richard S. 


203 


253 


395 




442 


Ashley, Kenneth Kay 


291 


Balk, Margaret Ann 


442 




441 


Ballard, Jimmy Dale 


442 


Ashley, Rita Dianne 


64 


Ballard, Robert W. 


442 


234, 441 


597 


Ballenger, Richard C. 

395, 593 


219 
595 


Ashton, John P. 


441 


Ashton, Laura V. 


441 


Ballentine, George C. 


593 



Ashworth, Robert D. 
Askins, Harry R., Jr. 

Askins, Paul Walker 

161,254, 319, 386 
Aswell, James G. 
Atkins, Harley, Lee 

Atkins, James A. 
Atkinson, Alexander N. 
Atkinson, Gerald E. 
Atkinson, Joseph R. 
Atkinson, Larry Neal 

289 
Atkinson, Wayne H. 

Attaway, John David 
Ausherman, Michael D. 

296 
Austell, Wm. Pittman 
Austin, Joseph A., Jr. 
Austin, Robert Alan 



Avant, Andrew Steven 
Avant, Thomas W. 
Avent, Henry E. 
Avinger, Carlisle 

Avinger, John 

Ayers, Aubrey Dale 
Ayers, Bobbie F., Jr 



441 
230 
395 
135 
395 
441 
296 
441 
441 
441 
441 
441 
250 
395 
304 
395 
441 
177 
441 
441 
441 
271 
441 
441 
441 
441 
194 
592 
194 
592 




-B- 

Babb, Harley G., Ill 395 

Bacon, Robert Howard 441 
Badonsky, Leo James 442 

Bagby, Richard A. 442 

Bagnal, Earle Rowland 442 
Bagnal, Henry T. 219 

442, 595 
Bagwell, Joseph Gary 135 

289, 308, 325, 442, 592 



Bailes, Julia M. 

Bailey, Iris Anne 
Bailey, Jeffrey C. 
Bailey, John Silas 
Bailey, Susan G. 
Bailey, Terry L. 
Bailey, Wm. Lewis 
Bair, Earl K., Jr. 

Baird, Joe Henry 
Baird, Michal L. 
Baird, Richard L., Jr. 
Baker, Beverly F. 

Baker, Charles D., Jr. 
Baker, Clay Earl, Jr. 
Baker, Geoffrey B. 
Baker, Gregory Scott 
Baker, James F. 
Baker, Samuel B. 
Baker, Steven W. 



394 Baker, Wayne Douglas 



314 
442 
442 
442 
442 
442 
395 
442 
308 
442 
442 
442 
442 
207 
442, 594 
395 
442 
238 
442 
442 
442 
162 
395 
114 
242 



Banks, Charles McH. 

Banks, Ronnie Dale 
Bapp, Charles, Jr. 

Bardsley, Charles E. 

Bardwell, Peter L. 
Barefield, Dewey K., Jr. 
Barker, Deborah Jean 
Barker, James Cecil 
Barker, James F. 

Barker, John Tyron 
Barker, John Van, Jr. 
Barker, James Wm. 

355? 
Barker, Robert Earl 

346 
Barker, Wm. Clinton 
Barnes, Bonnie Lynn 
Barnes, Frank S., Ill 
Barnes, John B. 
Barnett, Andy Hubbard 
Barnett, Nancy M. 
Barnett, Stephen K. 
Barnette, Calvin R. 

Barnette, James E. 

Barnette, Ronald P. 

Barnhart, Michael H. 
Barnhill, Archie M. 
Barnwell, Thomas O., Jr. 

Barnwell, William M. 
Barrett, Ann Marie 
Barrett, David T. 

Barrier, Robert Dee 
Barrier, Wm. Lee 
Barrineau, Timothy, Jr. 
Barron, John Caswell 
Bartles, Jane Ellen 

Bartlett, Thomas G. 
Bartley, Benny D. 
Barton, Kathy Gay 
Barton, Stephan C. 

114,442 
Baskin, Thomas C, Jr. 
Bass, Arthur Theron 
Bass, Edwin Gay, Jr. 
Bass, James Henry 

Bass, Samuel David 

Bates, Sammy Joe 
Batson, Peggy Marie 

Batson, Paul Otis 

165,291, 331 
Batson, Wm. 
Bauknight, Dennis L. 
Baumann, Wilbur N. 
Baumgarner, Gary R. 
Bauss, Bradford L. 
Baxley, Wm. T., Ill 
Baxter, Donald Wm., Jr. 



250 
395 
442 
256 
442 
260 
395 
442 
442 
442 
395 
254 
395 
280 
442 
199 

,482 
331 

, 395 
442 
442 
442 
442 

442 
442 
442 
594 
114 
442 
211 
442 
442 
442 
284 
395 
442 
442 
272 
442 
442 
442 
442 
442 
222 
395 
442 
395 
442 
67 

,592 
395 
395 
442 
296 
442 
303 
395 
442 
222 
442 
137 

,442 
443 
395 
443 
443 
443 
443 
443 



Bayerl, Joseph R. 



443 

598 

Bayne, Harold David 242 

Bazemore, Paul R., Jr. 64 

148, 230, 266, 396 

Beach, Judith Elaine 258 

295, 392, 396 



Beachy, Robert Wisler 
Beaman, Charles E. 
Beaman, Gerald Brian 

Beaman, Wallace D. 
Bean, Thomas Alan 
Bearden, Ralph Emory 
Beasley, Maxine E. 
Beasley, Robert J. 
Beasley, Wm. Lamar 

Beaty, David Letghton 
Beauddin, Donald P. 
Bebko, DaleE. 

Beckes, Dale Marshall 
Bedard, Paul D. 
Bedenbaugh, Clarence 
Bedenbaugh, Hubert M 
Beemer, Charles T. 

Behling, Robert M. 

Beiers, Rhonda Gay 
Belcher, Devon R. 
Belger, Andrew J. 
Belken, Edward M. 

Belknapp, Joseph J. 
Bell, Dwayne Monroe 

Bell, Glenn K. 

Bell, Judith K. 

Bell, Robert Lawrence 



396 
443 
443 
592 
396 
443 
443 
396 
443 
291 
443 
443 
396 
177 
443 
443 
396 
443 
443 
443 
592 
156 
443 
443 
443 
443 
268 
296, 443 
443 
151 
443 
296 
443 
396 
114 
211, 396,594 



Bell, Thomas Marvin 
Bell.Wm. T. 
Bellamy, John S. 
Bellamy, Rebecca E. 
Belouin, Walter Peter 

Belue, Michael O. 
Bendt, Wm. Larry 
Banjamin, Arthur Lee 

Benjamin, Elizabeth A. 
Benjamin, Edgar L., Jr. 

Benjamin, Matthew B. 

Bennett, Joseph D. 
Bennett, James Reece 
Bennett, Richard J. 

Bennett, Robert L. 
Bennett, Stuart J. 
Bennett, Wm. Theodore 

Benrube, Scott Jack 
Benton, Michelle 
Bergh, John Eric 
Bergren, Scott C. 



443 
443 
443 
443 
272 
443 
443 
443 
177 
443 
443 
290 
443 
302 
443 
443 
443 
272 
396 
443 
443 
443 
594 
443 
443 
443 
203 



331,338, 346,396 



Berkland, Randall E. 

Berry, Carrol Dwain 
Berry, James Robert 
Berry, Percy Mondell 
Berry, Ronald Patrick 
Berube, Gary Paul 
Beshears, Barbara L. 
Bessent, John B. 



162 
443 
443 
443 
443 
443 
443 
443 
330 
443 



IPP 



THE CLEMSON GRADUATES 
of 

SUMTER 

Extend a cordial invitation to you to make the 

CITY OF SUMTER 

their home 



YOU'LL LIKE SUMTER! 



IT'S NICE TO LIVE HERE 





Opera House Clock Tower 



Sumter County Courthouse 




for further information on the many opportunities of the City of 
Sumter contact: 

Sumter Chamber of Commerce, Inc. 



P. O. DRAWER 1229 



SUMTER, S. C. 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 




Bessent, Robert A. 


443 


Besser, Cathy Dana 


443 


Besser, Gregory L. 


443 


Best, Eugene Slade 


443 


Bethea, Thomas C, Jr. 


277 




396 


Bethune, Wm. Hunter 


443 


Betlej, Allyn Fredrik 


443 


Betsill, William L., Jr. 


260 


262, 291,313 


396 


Beverly, Wilbert 


444 


Bevis, John Henry, III 


114 




444 


Bfazell, Jim 


199 


Bibb, Wm. Dale 


444 


Biediger, George E. 


444 


Biediger, Jane Louise 


444 


Bigby, James W. 


444 


Bigelow, James Blake 


115 




444 


Bigger, Carolyn W. 


444 


Biggerstaff, Anne M. 


444 


Binkley, Patrick E. 


280 




396 


Binnicker, C. Deryl 


194 


Birch, Charles Roger 


444 


Birdsall, Joan E. 


444 


Bischoff, Anne M. 


156 




444 


Bishop, David Allen 


444 


Bishop, James Louis 


444 


Bishop, Michael G. 


396 


Bishop, Robert Edwin 


444 


Bishop, Shirley A. 


444 


Bishop, Sonja Jean 


396 


Bishop, Wayne H. 


396 


Bisker, Robert Steven 


444 


Bissey, Diana Kay 


222 


258 


,396 


Black, Albert P., Jr. 


444 


Black, Arthur Quinn 


444 


Black, Betty Jean 


444 


Black, Calvin Dennis 


444 


Black, Charles S. 


444 


Black, Christopher A. 


444 


Black, George Walther 


444 


Black, Larry Allen 


316 




444 


Black, Marshall L. 


444 


Black, Manuel P., Jr. 


274 




444 


Black, Richard Ashley 


227 




444 


Black, Stanley D. 


444 


Blackburn, Gail E. 


444 


Blackburn, Thomas 


444 


Blackhurst, Laurence 


444 


Blackmon, Barry E. 


289 




444 


Blackmon, Larry M. 


396 


Blackmon, Leila S. 


444 


Blackmon, Mary Jane 


257 




444 


Blackwell, Edwin Lee 


284 




444 


Blackwell, Robert L. 


444 


Blackwell, Thomas W. 


444 


Blake, Thomas L. 


302 




396 


Blakely, James Roger 


272 




444 


Blakely, Martha Carol 


234 




444 


Blakely, Nancy C. 


444 


Blanchard, Roy Eddie 


396 


Bland, Frank Stanford 


327 


Bland, Hugh Mitchell 


396 


Bland, Hugh W. 


444 


Blanton, Gordon M. 


444 


Blanton, Rachel Alice 


314 



Blaricom, Mary Van 444 

Blattmachr, Douglas J. 397 

Blessing, Suzan Grace 444 

Blessing, Theresa Ann 444 

Blevins, Wayne Austin 444 

Blose, James F. 444 

Blount, Wade B. 314 

444 

Bock, Alan Dean 444 

Bodie, Jerry Lane 132 

291, 397 

Bodiford, Harry E. 444 

Bodle, Phillip C. 316 

397 

Boettcher, H. Donald 444 

Boggs, Frank Martin 260 

312,444 

Bohsen, Randall R. 444 

Bolding, Keri Ann 444 

Bolding, Patricia 444 

Bolen, Charles E. 194 

397, 592 

Bolen, George F., Jr. 238 

397, 598 

Bolock, Alan Lee 444 

Bolick, Samuel Ray 444 

Bolick, Wm. Robert 115 

444 

Bolt, John Arthur 330 

445 

Bolt, Joel B. 444 

Bolt, Joseph Dennis 154 

253, 254, 387, 397 

Bolton, Michael R. 445 

Bomar, Wm. King 445 

Bond, Wm. Pearson 445 

Bonner, Wm. Pinckney 211 

291, 313,397,594 

Boneket, Bill 114 

Bonnette, John D. 199 

445, 592 

Bonnette, Thomas E., Jr. 397 

Booker, Robert M. 296 

445 

Boozer, Toney C. 273 

302, 445 

Borders, Wm. Thomas 445 

Borgman, Mary Alice 445 

Borke, Michael Faison 161 

445 

Bosler, Robert J. 445 

Bost, Charles James 314 

Bostick, Joseph L., Jr. 445 

Bostick, Robert H. 445 

Botts, Joseph A. 445 

Bouchillon, Randall E. 259 

262,271, 397 

Bouknight, David W. 445 

Bouknight, Heyward H. 397 

Bounds, James Wm. 145 

191,445,590,592 

Bourne, Jon L. 330 

445 

Bowen, Bernard Arthur 397 

Bowen, David Eugene 191 

280, 445 

Bowen, Elizabeth M. 397 

Bowen, Frances H. 397 

Bowers, Anthony Oneal 445 

Bowers, Glenn 260 

397 

Bowers, John F. 445 

Bowers, Jane Harriet 445 

Bowie, Calvin Newell 282 

397 

Bowie, Linda J. 445 

Boyce, Charles Barry 445 

Boyd, Marion Cain, Jr. 304 

397 

Boykm, Joseph Wm. 397 



Boykin, Sam 219 

Boyle, Wm. Belton, Jr. 296 

445 
Boyleston, Larry J. 445 

Bozard, Norman F., Jr. 289 
308, 445, 592 
Brabham, David Ronald 191 
284, 397 
Bracey, Robert L. 445 

Bracken, Randolph G. 151 

445 
Bracken, W. Gleen 445 

Brackett, Ralph James 397 
Bradford, Mary Louise 445 
Bradley, Danny K. 291 

445 
Bradley, Thomas Norman 397 
Bradley, Wm. Curtis 445 

592 
Brady, Harold D. 445 

Brady, John L., Jr. 397 

Bramlett, James H. 445 

Bramlett, Joseph L. 445 

Brand, Harvey Allan 397 

Brandon, Carol Glenn 445 

Brandt, William F. 397 

Branham, Herbert, Jr. 275 

445 

Brannan, John Wm. 262 

Brannen, Arnold Alvin 445 

Brantley, Arthur E., Jr. 445 

Brasington, Wm. C. 445 

Braun, Douglas Wm. 67 

115,260,283,445 

Brawley, James S. 445 

Brawner, Sharon Lee 445 

Bray, Randy Lee 67 

114, 199,445 

Brazell, James Edward 295 

445, 593 

Brazier, Robert Gene 445 

Bredan, Amin 291 

445 
Breedlove, Wm. Norris 445 
Breland, Joyce Elain 398 

Brennan, John Arnold 260 
291,313, 398 
Brewer, Janis Irene 445 

Brewer, Vivian Gail 234 

445, 597 
Brewer, Wm. Ross 445 

Bridges, Russell P. 355 

455 
Bridges, Stephen M. 445 

Bridwell, Frank Kirby 276 

398 
Bridwell, Ronald Lee 445 

Bridwell, Ronny Long 214 

445, 595 
Briggs, Randall A. 445 
Briggs, Wm. Blount, Jr. 445 
Bright, Joseph B. 445 
Brink, Howard Matthew 280 

445 
Bristol, Cliffords. 260 

Broadwater, Wm. Thomas 446 
Broadwater, Greer M. 446 

Brock, John Robert 398 

Brogdon, Michael T. 446 

Brooks, Donna Marie 177 

222, 446 
Brooks, Henry Clay 191 

446, 592 
Brooks, Jeffrey E. 115 

283, 446 
Brooks, Malcolm L., Jr. 446 
Brooks, Nigel R. 264 

398 
Brooks, Phillip M. 446 

Brooks, Ronald P. 446 



350, 397 



Brooks, Terry L. 446 

Brookshire, Martha K. 446 

Broome, Robert W. 131 

446 
Broome, Michael R. 446 

Broome, Wm. Len 282 

398 
Brophy, Douglas Wm. 446 

Broughton, Vicky L 446 

Brown, Barry Michael 446 

Brown, Crawford M. 446 

Brown, David Ambrose 446 
Brown, David Matthew 272 

398 
Brown, Gregory R. 446 

Brown, Herbert W., Jr. 242 

446, 598 
Brown, Judy B. 446 
Brown, James Irby 289 
Brown, James Wilkins 446 
Brown, James Wilson 398 
Brown, Murray Fred, Jr. 446 
Brown, Michael L. 446 
Brown, Nancy Ann 446 
Brown, Patricia Anne 446 
Brown, Peter Lamar 446 
Brown, Rex Alan 398 
Brown, Roger C. 446 
Brown, Rodger E. 446 
Brown, Russell F. 446 
Brown, Thomas Joseph 312 

398 
Brown, Wm. Earl 446 

Brown, Wm. James 446 

Brown, Wm. Marvin 446 

Brown, Wayne P. 312 

398 
Browne, Charles H., Ill 446 
Browne, David D. 446 

Browne, Melvin Neel 160 

398 
Browning, Donna C. 446 

Brownlee, Carolyn L. 446 

Bruce, Donald L. 238 

280, 398 
Brundage, Donald J., Jr. 277 

446 
Brunelle, Chris James 115 

446 
Brunjes, John David 316 

446 
Bruno, Gary M. 283 

446 
Brunson, James H., Jr 398 

Brunson, Jack Wade 145 

214,446,595 
Bruorton, James A. 446 

Bruorton, Larry R. 446 

Brust, Stephen Neal 446 

Bryan, David M. 446 

Bryan, Jim Preacher 446 

Bryan, Martha A. 446 

Bryan, Preston B. 446 

Bryan, Thomas Ray, Jr. 446 
Bryant, Edward R., Jr. 114 

446 
Bryant, Gordon R. 446 

Bryson.Wm Freeman 446 
Buchanan, Charles R. 446 

Buchanan, Edmund K. 446 
Buchanan, Marvin R. 230 

398 
Buchanan, Scott W. 446 

Buck, James A. 227 

255, 266, 398 
Buckley, Daniel J., Jr. 446 

Buckner, James L. 398 

Buddin, Linda Nell 398 

Buddin, Richard D. 446 

Bukowsky, Richard J. 114 

447, 592 



Bull, Elvin Leonidas 

250, 

Bull, James Albert 
Bull, James Hamilton 
Bull, Robert Hardin 
Buller, Richard Earl 

Bullock, Richard E. 

273, 295, 
Bullwinkel, George J. 

Bumgardner, Chip 
Bunch, David W. 
Bunning, Thomas E. 

Burbage, Collins A. 

Burdette, Allen Kent 
Burdette, Jane 
Burdette, Manuel H. 
Burdette, Robert McP. 
Burgess, Gary Dean 
Burgess, Richard C. 
Burgner, Grady S. 

114,267, 
Burke, Wm. Allen 

327, 
Burkot, Raymond S. 
Burleson, Thomas Jay 

Burnett, Michael F. 
Burnette, Deborah Ann 
Burnette, James P. 
Burns, Allen Hurd 
Burns, Duncan Kenyon 
Burns, James Edward 
Burns, Steven Otway 

Burns, Stephen R. 
Burns, Wm. Milton 
Burrell, Otto C, Jr. 
Burrell, Robert C. 
Burriss, W. Thomas 
Burroughs, Angeline A. 

330, 
Burroughs, John B., Jr. 

115, 238,447 
Burroughs, Joe D., Jr. 
Burton, Eddie Latimer 
Burton, Joseph R 

Busby, Anaa J. 

Busch, Jo Karen 

Butcka, Patricia Anne 
Buterbaugh, Richard E. 
Butler, Charles B. 
Butler, George Alfred 

Butler, Kenneth 

Butler, Michael E. 
Butts, James M., Jr. 
Butts, Ruth M. 
Buzhardt, Debra F. 
Buzhardt, Troy R. 

Byars, Larry Wm. 
Byars, Nancy L. 

Byrd, Lanny Adolph 
Byrd, Orren E., Jr. 
Byrd, Rachel Ann 
Byrum, William J., Jr. 



Caggiano, James V. 



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398 
447 
398 
447 
263 
398 
268 
447 
227 
399 
447 
447 
291 
447 
272 
441 
447 
447 
447 
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67 
399 
260 
447 
447 
298 
447 
447 
447 
399 
447 
447 
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447 
598 
286 
399 
399 
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165 
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67 
598 
447 
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257 
399 
222 
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594 
447 
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274 
447 
115 
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593 
447 
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447 
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219 
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Textiles, the country's oldest industry and of vital 
need to national defense and welfare, is no "Johnny 
Come Lately" to the scene. Its changing and dynamic 
approach to today's demands often goes unnoticed 
though the story of textiles is stimulating and exciting. 

Woodside Mills, a part of this fourth largest indus- 
try, in the country, reflects a tone of progress for the 
future 

To young people seeking opportunity, we enthusi- 
astically suggest your future be discussed with us. 



WOODSIDE MILLS 

A Division of Dan River Mills, Inc. 

EXECUTIVE OFFICES 

260 SOUTH PLEASANTBURG DRIVE 

GREENVILLE. S. C. 



An Equal Opportunity Employer 



NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



Caggiano, Vincent G. 447 

Cain, Keith Randy 310 

447 
Cain, Sammy Ramsey 114 

399 
Caldwell, Charles W. 114 

447 
Caldwell, Ronald E. 194 

447, 592 
Calhoon, Terry Alan 447 

Calhoun, Ellen Hall 64 

145, 234, 447, 597 
Calhoun, Wm. Buchanan 447 
Calkins, William L. 304 

399 
Callahan, Elijah L. 324 

447 
Callahan, Georgia Ann 447 
Callahan, Paula Marie 447 

Callaway, John L. 447 

Callicutt, Vernon K. 447 

Callison, Susan E. 

447 
Calloway, Raeford L. 350 

447 

Camas, Wayne H. 447 

Cameron, Bonnie Belle 207 

447,594 

Cameron, Lewis Carrol 447 

Campbell, Alvin I Ir. 447 

Campbell, Alan McK. 280 

312,399 
Campbell, Donald Lee 447 
Campbell, Edwin M., Jr. 448 
Campbell, George R. 399 

Campbell, George T. 448 

Campbell, Harold B. 185 

194, 448, 592, 599 
Campbell, Jimmy R. 448 

Campbell, James P. 399 

Campbell, Patricia J. 177 

448 
Campbell, Robert W. 316 

Candler, Roxanna 448 

Canavaggio, Guy P. 399 

Cann, Charles Donald 448 

Cann, William Ronald 399 

Cannon, Frank Witt 448 

Cannon, Glenn Scott 448 

Cannon, Michael C. 448 

Capps, Michael L. 301 

399 
Carder, John 214 

595 
Carey, James C, Jr. 199 

399, 593 
Carlton, Robert C, Jr. 448 
Carlton, Thomas M. 448 

Carmichael, Marvin G. 399 
Carpenter, Michael F. 261 

274, 448 
Carraway, Wm. Haskell 448 
Carrier, John K. 272 

448 
Carroll, Joseph A. 199 

310, 399, 593 
Carrol, James T. 448 

Carron, Stephen P. 448 

Carson, Charles Ted 448 

Carson, John Nevins 448 

Carson, Wm. Jay 448 

Carson, Wm. Stephen 400 

Carsten, Wm. Malcolm 115 
400 
Cartee, Larry Dean 400 

Carter, Bruce Edward 194 

448, 592 

Carter, Charles R. 448 

Carter, James Sumter 286 

400 



Carter, Michael W. 448 

Carter, Marion E., Ill 448 

Carter, Oscar Lee 114 

230, 267, 400 

Carter, Thomas B., Jr. 400 

Carter, Ted E. 448 

Carver, Dana Andrew 448 

Cary, Bradley, Dean 448 

Cary, Thornley C, III 448 

Case, Rebecca Bowe 448 

Cash, Brenda Kaye 448 

Cash, Dennis Ray 400 

Cash, Robert Grady 448 

Cashion, Robert C. 448 

Cason, Norman McSwain 199 

448 

Cassaday, Verne 448 

Cassady, Francis N. 114 

448 

Castle, David E. 448 

Castre, Thomas M. 400 

Catanzaro, David P. 400 

Cathey, Wm. Lockman 448 

Cato, Lewis F. 177 

238, 448 

Catoe, Lynn Marie 448 

Catto, Michael Louis 276 

448 

Cauble, Charles E. 114 

324, 400 

Caudill, James Blake 448 

Caughman, George W., Jr. 257 

400 

Caulder, Michael S. 400 

Causey, Carol L. 448 

Causey, Shirley Janet 448 

Cauthen, John McC. 350 

400 

Cauthen, Robert H., Jr. 448 

Cauthen, Ronnie Wayne 400 

Cely, Margaret June 258 

263,313,400 

Chamberlain, George 448 

Chamberlain, Walter D. 448 

Chambers, James E. 448 

Chamblee, Cary Daniel 294 

448 

Chan, Man Chung 448 

Chandler, Alvin S. 448 

Chandler, Dennis D. 67 

114,400 

Chandler, Frank Wm. 115 

448 

Chandler, Harold, III 448 

Chandler, James Larry 400 

Chandler, Keith D. 346 

^J 400 

Chandler, Patricia 448 

Chandler, Ralph Dale 448 

Chando, Stephen 448 

Chapin, Margaret S. 400 

Chapman, John Carroll 296 

400 

Chapman, Jerry Odell 331 

448 

Chapman, Kathy Ruth 448 

Chapman, Kenneth W. 400 

Chapman, Rodney A. 449 

Chapman, Rufus B., Jr. 448 

Chappell, Jesse Alan 449 

Chappuis, John L. 449 

Charles, Sandra E. 165 

177,449 

Charping, Phillip H. 314 

449 

Chastain, Dole A. 449 

Chastain, Paula R. 449 

Chasteen, Jane Day 449 

Cheatham, Sam 114 

Cheek, Joseph E. 449 



Chen, Marco Antonio 156 

449 

Chesnut, James C. 324 

449 

Chestnut, Timothy L. 449 

Childers, James S. 177 

312, 449 

Childers, Stanley H. 449 

Childress, Wm. Harold 449 

Childson, Walter, Jr. 312 

400 

Chinault, Susan E. 449 

Chitwood, John Kevin 449 

Chovan, James Peter 177 

257,261, 314,400 

Chovan, Mimi A. 449 

Chu Kin Cheung 449 

Church, Michael Verne 346 

Cipperly, Christopher 449 

Cias, Wm. Francis 449 

Clark, Charles D. 449 

Clark, Charles M. 449 

Clark, George Leon 449 

Clark, Harry V. 449 

Clark, Helen Y. 449 

Clark, James Neville 214 

449 

Clark, Kathryn S. 330 

449 

Clark, Libby Deane 449 

Clark, Patrick V. 449 

Clarke, Leland T„ Jr. 280 

401 

Clarke, Thomas R ., 1 1 1 449 

Clarkson, Garden S. 115 

Clarkson, James R. 449 

Clary, Gary Elmore 131 

199, 267, 386, 401 

Clayton, Doris Payne 449 

Clayton, Mary M. 401 

Clayton, Robert M., Jr. 401 

Cleveland, James H. 401 

Cleveland, Thomas W. 292 

449 

Clevenger, Terry Gene 308 

449 

Clifford, Stanley J. 449 

Cline, Wm. Everette, Jr. 298 

401 

Clinkscales, Jeri H. 449 

Cloninger, James Mack 250 

260, 262, 346, 350, 401 

Cloninger. Robert A. 296 

449 

Clontz, Kenneth O. 449 

Close, Alexander D. 449 

Close, Robert W. 449 

Clowney, Russell M. 314 

449 

Clyburn, Charles S. 132, 

292, 449 

Clyne, Terrence John 130 

260, 401 

Coakley, Beverly A. 289 

449 

Coakley, John M. 67 

114, 199 

Coats, Ralph Wayne 449 

Cobb, Daniel Earl 449 

Cobb, Thomas Carroll 137 

325, 592 

Cobb, Wm. Vance 449 

Coble, Marvin M. 280 

449 

Coble, Robert L. 296 

449 

Coburn, Cynthia J. 449 

Cochet, Anthony A. 132 

255, 292, 331, 346, 388, 401 

Cockcroft, Johnnie E. 194 

401, 592 



Cockfield, Audrey A. 449 

Cockf ield, Gary W. 449 

Coffey, Edgar S., Jr. 449 

Coffey, William T. 298 

401,598 
Coffin, Christopher 449 

Cogan, Henry L. 238 

401,598 
Coggin, Mary Lil 449 

Coggins, Donald McK. 185 

214,449, 595,599 
Coke, James Dan 449 

Coker, Alan Dorman 449 

Coker, John Wayne 401 

Coker, Larry James 449 

Coker, Ronald Wayne 319 

401 

Coker, Sam Reaves 64 

199,449, 592 

Coker, Talbert K. 256 

450 
Cole, Bruce Cecil 450 

Cole, Cordelia E. 450 

Cole, Charles Jayroe 280 

401 
Coke, Keith Lamar 450 

Cole, Stanley Parks 257 

450 
Cole, Wm. Walter 450 

Coleman, Andrew Hoty 450 
Coleman, Blanche E. 450 

Coleman, Foster Desp. 256 
277, 450 
Coleman, James A. 450 

Coleman, James A. 450 

Coleman, James Carl 450 

Coleman, James Keith 450 
Coleman, James L., Jr. 391 

401 
Coleman, James R., Jr. 450 
Coleman, Kim Bowne 450 

Coleman, Ludie M., Ill 401 
Coleman, Richard A. 450 

Coleman, Robert W. 450 

Coleman, Sheryl A. 450 

Coleman, Stan David 450 

Coleman, William A., 1 1 1 450 
Coleman, Wm. Howard 450 
Coleman, Wm. Ronald 450 
Coley, James Lane 401 

Collins, Donald E. 401 

Collins, Edward J., Jr. 67 

1 1 4, 401 
Collins, James R. 114 

450 
Collins, Kathryn Joy 450 

Collins, Randall Dean 154 

296, 401 
Collins, Ronald T. 450 

Collins, Tom D. L. 450 

Collins, Thomas H. 401 

Collins, Roger T. 115 

Collum, Charles Alan 450 

Compton, Ben Giles 401 

594 
Compton, Gary 114 

Compton, Robert 214 

595 
Condon, Thomas J. 450 

Cone, Carole Rebecca 402 

Conley, Lyn R. 450 

Connor, Harriet Anne 450 

Conover, Catherine J 450 

Conrad, Douglas M. 227 

292, 402 
Cook, Daniel B. 450 

Cook, George Randel 450 

Cook, Janet Lynn 450 

Cook, James Warren, Jr. 
Cook, John Wirt, Jr. 295 

402 



Cook, Larry Thomas <■ 

Cooler, Ernest W., Ill *■ 

Cooler, James P., Jr. C 

i 
Cooley, John Gary t 

Cooley, JoeH. < 

Cooner, Allison Wm. ' 

Cooper, Broughton E. < 

Cooper, Charles Ray ; 

310,' 
Cooper, John B. ' 

Cooper, Jerry Lynn ' 

Cooper, Noah Bryant ' 

Cooper, Ronald E. j 

Cooper, Willard Wayne : 

t 
Cooper, Wm. Womble, Jr. < 
Cope, Jacob M. '. 

t 
Copelan, Roy Wm. : 

Copeland, Barbara C. ' 

Copeland, Catherine J. 
Copeland Ed 

Copeland, Joel Mc. < 

Copeland, Wm. Leisel 
Corbett, Claude Wm. > 

Corbett, Howard M. 
Cordell, Jacquelyn N. 
Corder, Alexia J. ^^^J 
Corley, Carl David 

Corley, Sandra 

Corman, Murray Joel 
Corn, Judy Marie 

Cornish, Charles M. 

Cornwell, John B., Ill 
Cornwell, John C. 
Cornwell, Michael H. 

Cornwell, Marion S. 

Cornwell, Robert J. 
Cornwell, Timothy L. 
Corpening, Bennett H. 

260, 262, 280, 
Corpening, Joseph B. 

260, 264, 280, 
Cosgrove, Michael T. 
Cositore, Vincent J. 
Cothran, George Alan 
Cothran, Levis E. 
Cothran, Levis E. 
Cothran, Susan 

451, 
Couick, Vivian H. 
Coulter, Henry B. 
Coursey, Deborah H. 

Courtney, Larry B. 
Courtney, Patrick S. 
Covington, Colin W. 
Covington, MelanieS. 
Cowan, Patricia 
Cowart, Alan E. 
Cox, Alton L. 
Cox, Clarence Grant 
Cox, Catherine Lee 

Cox, Geddes Marvin 
Cox, Henry Clay, Jr. 

295, 
Cox, James Arthur 

Cox, James Carroll 
Cox, John David 
Cox, Jerry L. 



If it's anything 
to do with management 
opportunities in 
textiles, we have them 
at Burlington, and we 
have more of them than 
anyone in the world. 

As the world's largest, most diversified and fastest- 
growing manufacturer of textiles, we have an unusually 
large, diversified and fast-growing number of career 
opportunities. 

More than 130 plants in 15 states provide careers 
in virtually every phase of textile management. 

Don't overlook the opportunity to begin to build your 
career where... 

"If it's anything to do with fabric we do it at Burlington 
and we do more of it than anyone in the world'.' 

An equal opportunity employer. 



Burlington Industries, Inc., 

301 N. Eugene St., Greensboro, North Carolina 27420 




NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



Cox, John Samuel 
Cox, Joseph Smith 
Cox, James Wayne 
Cox, Jerry Wayne 
Cox, Linwood P. 
Cox, Patsy A. 
Cox, Robert Allen 

Cox, Ralph K. II 



Cox, Vincent M., Jr. 
Cox, Willard Branit 
Cox, Wm. Tucker 
Coyle, Jane 
Coyle, John Redmond 
Crabtree, Christopher 

Crabtree, Constance J. 
Craig, Diane D. 
Craig, Mary Elizabeth 



451 
451 
451 
451 
451 
451 
142 
230,451 
115 
451 
451 
177 
451 
451 
402 
114 
451 
451 
451 
189 



222,314,451 



Craig, Robert M., Jr. 



Craig, Verd Anna 
Craigo, Keenan Gary 
Crain, William T. 
Crandell, Wm. Dean 
Cranford, Roger Dell 
Craven, Lane 

185, 190,266,592, 599 

Crawford, Berry W. 289 

Crawford, Charles H. 132 

207, 292. 402, 594 



114 
402 
451 
451 
402 
451 
451 
149 



Crawford, Claudius H. 



Crawford, James M. 
Crawford, Stephen S. 



Creamer, Randolph B. 
Creel, John Walden 



266 
451 
451 
115 
451 
451 
145 



190,312,451,592 



n 



Crenshaw, Thomas M. 
Cribb, Don Michael 

Crider, Joseph O 

Crocker, Wm. Henry 
Croft, Philemon K. 
Crolley, Marion L. 
Cromer, Barbara Lynn 

Cromer, Durward C, Jr 
Cromer, Michael J. 

Crook, Joseph E. 
Crooks, Ronald S. 
Crosby, A I 
Crosby, Samuel E. 
Crosby, Wayne Scott 
Crosgrove, George L. 
Crouch. Will Newton 
Crow, Wade C. 



451 
284 
451 
352 
451 
402 
451 
451 
177 
451 
451 
286 
451 
451 
451 
211 
451 
451 
451 
452 
214 
402, 595 



Crowder, Donald R. 
Crowe, Michael Glenn 

Crump, Alan Gordon 
Crumpton, Charles D. 

Cueman, Glenn F. 

Culbertson, Billy T. 
Culbertson, Cheryl F. 
Culbertson, Charles M 

Culbertson, James D. 

Culbertson, James E. 
Culler, Alan Douglas 



452 
284 
402 
452 
132 
452 
292 
452 
452 
452 
280 
452 
328 
452 
452 
219 
452, 595 



Culler, Franics B. 

452, 
Culler, Joe Hodges 

402, 
Culler, William W. 
Culp, Woodrow Wm. 
Cumbie, Alton B. 
Cummings, Pamela G. 
Cunningham, John Alan 

311,403, 
Cunningham, Richard C. 
Cunningham, Raymond R 

301, 
Cunningham, Stephen M. 

452, 
Cunningham, Wm. R. 

Currence, Arthur J. 
Curry, E. Drake 

452, 
Curry, John M. 
Curtis, Brenda 
Curtis, John Duffield 

Curtis, Philip C. 
Cusumano, Thomas John, 
Cuzzell, Charles L. 



219 
595 
219 
595 
280 
452 
452 
452 
192 
592 
452 
199 
452 
203 
593 
403 
593 
403 
214 
595 
452 
222 
313 
403 
452 
452 
156 
452 



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452 

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Dangerfield, Henry S. 452 

Daniel, Ralph Wray 114 

452 

Daniel, Wm. Shipp, Jr. 452 

Dannals, Nancy Ruth 142 

189, 234, 389, 403, 597 

Dansby, David F. 452 

Dantzler, Lynn Zaco 151 

227, 250, 452 

Darby, Francis Tanner 452 

Darden, Graham W. 203 

452, 593 

Dasher, Linda Lee 138 

207. 452, 594 

Daugherty, George M. 452 

Davenport, Berry G., Jr. 452 

Davenport, Charles E. 452 

Davenport, Darlene C. 452 

Davenport, Harold Lee 260 

264, 304, 403 

David, Catherine A. 452 

Davidson, Thomas M. 452 

Davis, Aaron H. 452 

Davis, Buddy F. 452 

Davis, Collings S, Jr. 115 

452 

Davis, David Earl 292 

452 

Davis, Guy William 452 

Davis, Harold Richard 403 

Davis, Herbert S. 242 

295. 452, 598 

Davis, Jack Daniel 302 

403 

Davis, Joseph E., Jr. 21 1 

452, 594 

Davis, Jane 452 

Davis, Jas. McCardell 255 

280, 327, 403 

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Davis, Linda Diane 452 

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Davis, Nellie La Dene 452 

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452 
Davis, Pembroke W. 452 

Davis, Robert A. 452 

Davis, Richard C, Jr. 403 

Davis, Richard C. 194 

453, 592 
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Davis, Rodney L 312 

452 
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Davis, Sherry N. 453 

Davis. Sara P. 453 

Davis, Thomas H. 268 

324, 453, 592 
Davis. Thomas Wm., Jr. 453 
Davis, Willie E. 453 

Davis, Wm. Marlin 453 

Davison, Charles B. 272 

453 
Dawkins, Benjamin L. 286 

453 
Dawkins, Patrick W. 453 

Day, Robert Steven 453 

Deal, Donald Allen 453 

Dean, Donald Leon 453 

Deanhardt, Marshall L. 275 
313,403 
Dearhart, Earl R. 453 

Deas, James Daniel 453 

592 
Dease, Grant Alison 453 

Dechman, Gordon H. 313 

403 
Deer, Wm. Wayne 292 

403 
Defoor, Rebecca H. 453 

Defrancisco, Robert A. 403 
Degen, Philip Gregory 453 
Degen, Teresa Anne 453 

Dehart, David V., Jr. 453 

Dehoff, Judith M. 222 

Deines, Dorothy Ann 138 

177,453 
Delauder, Roy Allen 323 

453 
Deloach, Francis 8. 453 

Deloach, Mary E. 308 

453 
Deloach, Perry B. 238 

292, 453 
Deloache, James E. 177 

328, 453 
Deluca, Frank Richard 453 
Demarest, Alan 1 14 

Demori, Adriano 115 

403 
Demosthenes, John M. 177 
Dempsey, Jones R, Jr. 211 

453 
Dempsey, Tony Ray 311 

453 
Denlson, Don E. 453 

Dennis, Theodore S. 453 

Denny, Robert Alan 453 

Denton, Charles R. 453 

Denton, John Gregory 132 
199,453,592 
Denton, Richard Scott 453 
Depew, Wm. Francis 114 

403 

Derrick, Curtis M. 403 

Derrick, Danny O. 286 

Detwiler, Kenneth W. 115 

286, 453 



Deveaux, Albert L. 453 

Dewitt, Charles H. 191 

453 

Dewitt, Mary E. 453 

Dewitt, Michael G. 453 

DeYoung, William Eric 403 

Dickard, Allen Robert 328 

453 

Dickenson, James A. 453 

Dickenson, Lawrence W. 453 

Dickerson, Julian T. 453 

Dickson, Avery Smith 453 

Dickson, Charles L. 404 

Dieglio, Barbara M. 222 

IW'' 453 
Diiorio, Nicholas J. 453 

Dillard, Janice Ruth 453 

Dillashaw, Charles W. 453 

Dimmock, Charles C. 453 

Dinkins, Gene Lynn 453 

Dixon, Eddie 1 14 

Dion, Mary Lawrence 453 

Dixon, JulianS. Ill 453 

Djuren, Ronald Wm. 453 

Doak, Sydney Ruth 207 

453, 594 

Dobbins, Judson D. 272 

404 

Dobbins, Mary Jane 404 

Dobbins, Thomas E. 273 

277, 404 

Dobson, Heath P. 277 

404 

Dodd, Michael H. 453 

Dodds, Cathy L. 135 

234, 404 
Dodgens, Mary E. 453 

Dodgens, Susan Gail 453 

Dominick, Grady E. 453 

Donald, Wm. James 453 

Donaldson, Emily D. 142 

222, 453 
Donaldson, Edward R. 454 
Donaldson, Wm. Francis 454 
Donohue, Dennis David 404 
Dorey, Richard John 316 

404 
Dorn, David C. 330 

454 
Dorn, James Walton 114 

454 
Dorrell, Jack R. 454 

Doss, Thomas Glenn 454 

Dotson, Dianne Cecile 454 
Dotson, Robert Carl 290 

Doltson, Robert Carl 296 

Douglas, Jim 64 

149, 203, 593 
Douglass, Graham T., Jr. 162 
454 
Dover, David R. 404 

Dover, Jerry David 454 

Dowd, Milard Wilson 454 

Dowda, Debra 454 

Dowling, Thomas P. 404 

Doyle, Brian Edward 404 

Doyle, Timothy J. 454 

Dozier, Wm. Keith 454 

Drake, Robert D. 454 

Dreher, Thomas D. 250 

260, 268, 404 
Drennan, Robert F., Jr. 203 

260, 404 
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454 
Driggers, Arthur H. 454 

Drinkard, Myra June 454 

Droege, Albert D. 151 

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Dukes, Wayne H. 

Dulin, Wilbur N., Jr. 

Dulla, Robert Garner 

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Dunn, Cathy Virginia 
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261,280,454, 
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Dutton, Tommy Lonnie 
Duvall, Ernest M. 

404, 
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454. 
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265 
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314 
455 
222 
455 
274 
455 
455 
455 
455 
455 
455 
455 
274 
405 
261 
455 
238 
,455 
455 
238 
455 
455 
455 
455 
455 
455 
455 
142 



227, 255, 266, 405 






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Ellenburg, James R. 
Elliott, Debbie E. 
Elliott, Roger Neale 

Ellis, Barbara Gayle 
Ellis, Carole 
Ellis, James J , Jr. 
Ellis, Philip Anthony 
Ellis, Robert E, Jr. 
Ellis, Thomas G. 

Ellis, William N. N. 

Ellison, Daniel R. 

Ellison, F. Stephen 



455 
455 
455 
455 
455 
455 
211 
260, 455 
455 
405 
455 
455 
405 
156 
455 
142 
455 
308 
455 
64 



Elrod, Claudene D. 

Elrod, James F. 
Elvington, Boyd B. 

114, 
Elwell, Ronald Albert 
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Eng, Warren James 
Engle, Wm. D. 
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Ennessy, Patricia A. 
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Etheridge, George B., Jr. 
Etheredge, William M. 

266, 346, 347 
Ethredge, Don L. 

324 
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Evans, Carlisle E. 
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308 
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Evans, Michael Eugene 
Evans, Michael Eugene 

Evans, Richard B. 

Evans, Russell Eugene 

Evans, Rich Rollins 
Evans, Wm. Douglas 

271 
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Evatt, James W. 
Everette, Johnny S. 
Ewan, Kenneth Marvin 

214,405 
Exley, Slade Forrest 

Eyler, Richard W. 



275 
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67 
405 
455 
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238 
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260 
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292 
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405 
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255 
405 
114 
456 
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289 
456 
456 
405 
405 
456 
3 

23 
284 
456 
456 
132 
405 
456 
456 
456 
142 
595 
284 
456 
114 
456 



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292,313,389,405 

Fagg, David Michael 280 

456 

Fail, Alvis Winton 456 

Fairey. Nancy Kenyon 177 

222, 456 

Fairey, Robert James 456 



Falls, Duane L. 



Fant, Patricia L. 
Fant, Mill 



Farmer, Howard G., Jr. 
Farnham, David Roy 



Farris, Owen B. 
Fau, Arthur Allan 



137 
257, 406 
456 
214 
595 
456 
114 
456 
456 
456 



Faulkenberry, James L. 
Faulkenberry, Malcolm 

Faulkner, James R. 

406, 
Feaster, Taylor Dean 

280, 
Feath, Ralph Thomas 
Feinberg, Marc Morris 

456, 
Felder, Thomas M., Jr. 
Felkel, Raysor H. 
Fellers, Gary Pierce 
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Fender, James Edgar 
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Fenwick, Frank Ronald 
Ferguson, James R. 
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Ferguson, Wm. Franklin 
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298, 331 
Fincher, Grover M., Jr. 
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456 
Finley, Wm. Gary 

Finley, Wm. Jerome 
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Fisher, Dale S. 
Fisher, Fred Ronald 
Fisher, Wm. Joseph, Jr. 
Fitchett, Robert W. 
Flatley, John Wm. 
Fleek, Arnold R. 

Fleetwood, Gary 

Fleishel, Victors. 
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Florian, Anne Melissa 

Flowers, Lee M., Jr. 
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Floyd, John Wilson 

274, 457 
Floyd, Lloyd B., Jr. 

252,256,311,457 
Floyd, Larry Dwight 

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406 
340 
456 
203 
593 
114 
456 
456 
142 
598 
456 
456 
456 
154 
406 
456 
406 
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456 
296 
456 
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330 
456 
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275 
456 
406 
238 
456 
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234 
597 
328 
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256 
457 
203 
593 
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280 
457 
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177 
457 
457 
457 
211 
594 
250 
595 
273 
406 
138 
457 
219 
457 
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Floyd, Stephen E. 
Forbes, James Louis 
Forbes, Robert Eugene 

Ford, Benjamin F., Jr. 

Ford, Becky Lee 
Ford, Gayle Y. 
Ford, John Wm. 
Ford, T. Bartow 
Ford, Thomas Keith 
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Ford, Zarvis Thomas 
Fordham, Wm. Fegan 
Fore, Donald Bruce 
Forrest, Henry C. 
Forrest, John Michael 
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Forsberg, Charles A. 



457 
457 
296 
457 
280 
406 
457 
457 
457 
457 
457 
457 
457 
457 
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327 
457 
194 
406, 592 



Fortenberry, Sherry Y. 
Forth, James Joseph 
Forth, Michael D. 
Fortson, Shirley C. 
Foster, Carolyn Diann 
Foster, Daniel D. 

Foster, Daniel Max 



457 

457 

457 

457 

406 

260 

457 

238 

457, 598 

Foster, Gerald David 457 

Foster, James C. 67 

457 

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255. 388, 406, 592 

Foster, John S. 457 

Foster, Jeffrey Wm. 457 

Foster, Martha J. 457 

Foster, Richard 114 

Fouche, Laurens P. 457 

Fowler, Angela Lane 132 

234, 275, 457, 597 

Fowler, Harriett Kay 457 

Fowler, Michael W. 194 

331,406, 592 

Fowler, Robert C. 457 

Fowler, Ronnie Wayne 457 

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406, 592 

Fox, John B. 457 

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406 

355 

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211 

457, 594 

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406 

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308 

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298 

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203, 462, 593 


599 


Gault, Jennie E. 


459 


Githens, Herbert J. 




459 


261 


460 


Haile, George Melton 




461 


Hardee, Gwynn L. 


462 


Gault, Paul Eugene, Jr. 


459 


Giunta, Ross Edward 




459 


Gray, George Marvin 


460 


Haines, Frances M. 




461 


Hardee, Kathy L. 


462 


Gault, Talmadege D. 


459 


Givens, Warren Thomas 


459 


Gray, John Francis 


408 


Hair, Bradford Lee 




461 


Harder, Howard W. 


462 


Gause, Timothy E. 


459 


Gladden, Wm. Henry 




459 


Gray, Ronald Eugene 


408 


Haire, Dennis Warren 




409 


Hardin, David Maxie 


409^ 


Geddings, Edward G. 


459 


Glasgow, Charles C. 




408 


Gray, Robert W. 


328 


Hale, Hayden Garrett 




461 


Hardin, James Craig 


214 


Gentry, Sandra A. 


459 


Glass, Edward Loy 




460 




460 


Hale, Wm. Randloph 




461 




462 ■ 


Gentry, Thomas F., Jr. 


459 


Gleaton, Thomas L. 




460 


Green, Benjamin H. 


296 


Hale, Thomas R. 




461 


Hardin, Steve F. 


462 j 


George, Harry Dewitt 


459 


Glen, Susan P. 




280 




408 


Haledjian, Dean A. 




67 


Harding, Ben Wayne 


462 


George, Suzanne 


308 






408 


Green, David C. 


214 






409 


Harding, Gregory Lynn 


409 


4 


59, 594 


Glenn, Charles Jeter 




460 


Green, David Leroy 


460 


Hall, David Fogg, Jr. 




114 


Hardwick, Nelson L. 


462 


Georgeo, Alexandra 


222 


Glenn, Edith Anne 




273 


Green, Jerry B. 


460 






461 


Hardwick, Wm. Terry 


462 1 




459 




294 


,460 


Green, John Warren 


460 


Hall, David Newberry 




461 


Hardy, Haskell David 


409 


Georges, Danae 


275 


Glenn, Emily Joyce 




276 


Green, Ronald L., Jr. 


460 


Hall, James D. 




227 


Hare, Thomas R. 


462 . 




459 




294 


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312 






461 


Hargrove, Reggie 


214 1 


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352 


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460 




408 


Hall, John David 




280 


267, 595 


599 1 




459 


Glenn, Lucy M. 




460 


Green, Zollie Cecil 


460 






461 


Harkins, C. 


316 : 


Gerhardt, Allen R. 


3 


Glenn, Ronald E. 




460 


Greene, Francis J. 


460 


Hall, James Edwin 




151 


Harman, Thomas C. 


462 


114,4 


59, 593 


Glenn, Stephen G. 




460 


Greene, John Barry 


460 






461 


Harmon, Jerel Dean 


273 


Gerken, Gerald Wade 


459 


Glenn, Thomas N. 




460 


Greene, Nancy Chloe 


460 


Hall, Larry Lionell 




312 


305 


462 ' 


Geronimos, Michael G 


242 


Glinn, John Arkell 




460 


Greene, Roy T. 


408 




316 


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Harmon, Leon Carroll 


380 


4 


59, 598 


Glymph, David S. 




408 


Greenwood, James M. 


460 
460 


Hall, Sidney 
Hall, Turner C. 




319 

461 


Harmon, Leon E. Ill 


462 1 
462 1 


Gettys, Nicholas P. 


407 


Godbold, Eben Dudley 


310 


Greer, James Rembert 




Ghattas, Nabil Elias 


459 






460 


Gregg, Danny Earl 


64 


Hall, Thomas Green 




461 


Harper, Bernard Caleb 


462 1 


Ghent, Lawrence W. 


459 


Godfrey, Moultrie R. 




130 


219, 460 


,595 


Hall, Thomas Hayward 


409 


Harper, Hayne P. 


410 


Gibson, Donald W. 


459 


191, 


460 


,592 


Gregory, Max Philip 


460 






594 


Harper, Lawrence O. 


290 • 


Gibson, Doyle Wesley 


459 


Godsey, Charles D. 




199 


Gregory, Harrison B. 


460 


Hall, Wm. Preston 




331 


352 


462 


Gibson, Frank A. 


459 


Goebel, Peter Lyn 




352 


Gresham, Warren W. 


408 






461 


Harper, Margret Alice 


462 1 


Gibson, Frank M. 


459 






460 


Grey, Thomas Woolard 


460 


Hall, Wm. Wallace 




461 




594 ■ 


Gibson, John Wallace 


459 


Goehle, Robert P. 




460 


Griffin, Delphine Kay 


460 


Hallman, Lowell McC 




461 


Harper, Reginald H. 


462 m 


Gibson, Mark Dariel 


296 


Goeller, Joseph G. 




408 


Griffin, Eugene R. 


275 


Halman, John Craig 




296 


Harper, Robert N. 


462 




459 


Goff, Larry Nicholas 




280 




460 






461 


Harpootlian, Richard 


154 


Gibson, Stephen G. 


459 






460 


Griffin, John D. 


302 


Halpern, Richard S. 




461 


191,410 


592 


Gibson, Thomas Alan 


295 


Goff, Phillip C. 




408 


461 


, 594 


Halsey, Thomas L. 




461 


Harrell, Charles W. 


462 




407 


Goldman, Mark Harr 


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131 


Griffin, Randall P. 


461 


Halstead, Sheila G. 




461 


Harrell, Joe Selvin 


462 


Gibson, Wm. Rainey 


459 




408 


,598 




593 


Haltiwanger, Charles 




461 


Harrell, Richard Lee 


462 


Gilbert, Bob D., Jr. 


230 


Golly, David Herbert 




460 


Griffith, John David 


461 


Haltiwanger, Kendall 




461 


Harrelson, Jannis M. 


462 




407 


Gooch, James Brooks 
Goode, Edward Gordon 
Gooding, Charles H. 


460 
460 

261 


Griffith, Keith Hayne 
Griffith, Wm. Jody 
Griggs, Charley C. 


461 
461 
461 


Hambright, Joe L., Jr 
Hambright, Paul Alan 
Hambright, Robert 




409 
461 
203 


Harrelson, Louie Wm. 


294 


Gilbert, Harold E. 
Gilbert, Richard A., Jr 


407 
137 




Harrington, Nancy E. 


462 


185, 238,407,' 


598, 599 


263, 264, 280, 343 


391 


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Griggs, Howard R. 


151 


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290 


Harris, Cheryl Lynn 


462 m 


Gilbert, Wm. Dale 


459 


Gooding, Richard W 




115 




598 




355 


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Harris, Gerald Smart 


227 




594 






346 


Griggs, James M. 


461 


Hamilton, Donald H. 




298 




462 


Gilbert, William H., Jr 


211 


Goodman, Jay Wesley 


460 


Griggs, Wm. Michael 


238 






461 


Harris, John Robert 


199 




408 


Goodson, Robert H., 


Jr. 


199 




408 


Hamilton, Lydia Lee 




409 


267, 289 


462 


Gilbert, Wm. Paul 


265 




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Grimes, Thomas E. Ill 


231 
409 


Hamilton, Norman B 


461 


214 
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Harris, Michael P. 


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PAGE NAME 



Harris, Robert H., Jr. 
Harrison, Charles W. 
Harrison, Charles L. 
Harrison, Dianne Rose 

462, 
Harrison, David W. 
Harrison, Henry M. 
Harrison, Joan Marie 
Harrison, Pamela Ann 
Harrison, Powell B. 
Harrold, James H., Jr. 
Harrower, Steven J. 

Harry, Billie Ann 
Harshman, Anne L 
Hart, Donald Eugene 
Hart, Henry Grady Jr. 
Hart, Joel David 
Hart, Martha Elaine 

258,410, 
Hart, Richard M. 
Harte, Suzanne E. 

410, 
Hartley, Robert Mann 
Hartling, Edward Wm. 
Hartridge, Claude J. 
Hartzler, Mary Lenoir 
Harvey, Bruce Randall 

114, 199, 
Harvey, Larry A. 
Harvey, Rick Alan 
Harvie, Richard J. 
Harwell, Richard S. 
Harwood, Marcus D. 

Haselden, Alford 

462, 
Haselden, George L., Jr. 
Haselden, Julian C. 
Hash, Sandra Jean 
Hash, Thomas F. 

Hass, Jane 

.256,313, 387, 
Hasskamp, Wm. Hartman 
462, 
Hasslinger, Mark E. 
Hasty, Stephen Thomas 
Hasty, Wm. Patrick 
Hatchell, Rodger F. 

262, 304, 
Hatfteld, Charles S. 
Hauseman, David N. 

Havenga, Anne Marie 
Havens, Wm. Towe 
Hawkins, Carl Wilson 
Hawkins, Edna Faye 
Hawkins, Ethel J. 
Hawkins, Frank G. 
Hawkins, Margaret L. 
Hawkins, Phillip V. 
Hawthorne, Allen Reed 
Hawthorne, Robert F. 

211.260, 280,463, 
Hay, James H. 
Hayes, George O'Neal 
Hayes, Joe Frank, Jr. 
Hayes, Joseph Trus 
Hayes, Linda Elaine 

314, 
Hayes, Pamela Ann 

Hayes, Philip Ryan 
Hayes, Wayne Lee 

Haynie, Jimmie 
Hazel, Samuel Michael 

Heacock, Ford Walker 



410 
462 
462 
234 
597 
462 
462 
462 
462 
462 
462 
286 
462 
410 
426 
462 
410 
462 
138 
594 
462 
234 
597 
410 
410 
462 
462 
67 
462 
410 
462 
462 
462 
308 
462 
238 
598 
462 
462 
462 
203 
410 
234 
597 
242 
598 
410 
410 
462 
261 
410 
462 
265 
410 
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462 
462 
463 
410 
410 
463 
463 
115 
594 
463 
463 
463 
463 
177 
463 
234 
463 
463 
256 
463 
463 
292 
463 
463 



Head, Kathy Ruth 
Healy, Donald J. 
Heath, Wm. Michael 

Heaton, Malcolm E. 
Heck, Charles C. 
Hefner, Larry D. 

Heikkila, E. Wm„ Jr. 



463 
463 
316 
463 
463 
165 
114 
463 
313 
410 
463 
463 
463 
410 
242 



Hememann, John C, . 

Heins, August Erwin 

Hellams, Michael D. 

Heller, Donald R. 

Henderson, C. Warren 

463, 598 

Henderson, Daniel L. 463 

Henderson, G rover C. 145 

260, 292, 463 

Henderson, James A. 1 35 

199,214,410, 593 

Henderson, Jas. Andrew 463 

Henderson, Landrum H. 322 
463 

Henderson, Leonard T. 41 1 

Henderson, Richard C. 41 1 

Henderson, Susan B. 463 

Henderson, Thomas R. 227 
289,411 

Henderson, Wm. Roy, Jr. 463 
592 

Hendrick, Jack Nelson 463 
594 
463 
463 
463 
463 
151 



Hendrick, Michael L. 
Hendricks, George B. 
Hendricks, Peter A. 
Hendricks, Phil Lamar 
Hendricks, Stephen E. 

191,463, 592 
Hendrickson, Larry L. 463 

Hendrix, Charles M. 230 

250, 273, 289, 308, 463 
Hendrix, James C. 463 

Hendrix, James David 21 1 

322, 463 



Hendrix, Jonathan R. 

Henkel, Richard Ellis 
Henning, Lynn H. 
Henning, Robert A. 



Henriksen, Forrest A. 



463 
593 
463 
463 
284 
411 
242 



296, 463, 598 



Henrikson, Stephen B 
Henry, Dale Ronald 

Henry, Salley 
Henry, Sarah A. 
Hensel, John L., Jr. 

Henson, Carl Edwin 
Herbster, Paul F., Jr. 

Heriot, Gail 
Herlong, Dan Michael 



Herlong, Thomas H. 

Herndon, Samuel Leroy 

Herns, Julie Alice 
Heir, Chichi Ann 
Herr, Daniel C. 
Herrington, Edwin F. 



463 
114 
463 
463 
463 
191 
463 
463 
282 
411 
463 
238 
463, 598 
308 
463 



286 
411 
463 
463 
411 
260 
262,264,280,389, 411 



Herron, Charles H. 
Hester, John Robert 
Hester, Milton Steven 
Hester, Raymond J. 
Hester, Richard L. 



463 
463 
463 
463 

411 



Heuer, Edward Henry 

Heyrieh, John H. 
Heverley, Robert Linn 
Hicklin, David Mark 
Hickman, George H. 
Hickman, Victor R., Jr. 
Hicks, Donald C. 

Hicks, Edward B. 

Hicks, Kenneth M. 
Hiers, Jesse Chappell 
Hiers, Terry Q. 
Higgins, Eugene F. 
Higgins, Raymond F. 
Hilburn, Charles B. 
Hildebrand, Wm. Guy 

Hiles, Gerald E. 
Hill, Donald R. 

Hill, Jackie Dianne 
Hill, Jack Jedon 
Hill, Jason 
Hill, John Sylvester 

292 
Hill, John Travis 
Hill, Nancy Laverne 
Hill, Patsy Sue 
Hill, Reginald Wayne 
Hill, Thomas C. 
Hilliard, Linda J. 
Hilton, Anthony Roy 
Himmel, Ronald Gene 

Hinchman, Thomas 
Hindman, Joan Maurene 
411 
Hines, Andrew H. 
Hines, Broni C. 
Hines, Kenneth E. 
Hines, Richard J. 

Hinkle, Barbara R. 
Hinson, Buford L. 
Hinson, Jerry R. 

Hinton, Rodger F. 
Hiser, Frederick L., Jr. 
Hite, Arnold J. 
Hite, Everett E„ III 
Hixon, George C, Jr. 
Hixson, Stephen L. 

Hlubb, Paul F., Jr. 
Hobbs, Curtis Leslie 

Hockenberry, Mary L. 

302 
Hodge, Jerry W. 

Hodge, Marlene 
Hodge, Michael A. 

Hodges, James E. 
Hodges, Joseph P., Jr. 

Hoefer, Joel M. 

Hoffmann, Stephen W. 
Hofford, Andrea 
Hogan, Curtis S., Jr. 

Hogg, Ronald J. 
Hogue, Samuel Wylie 
Holbrook, James Glenn 

464 
Holcombe, James O. 



463 
464 
463 
411 
464 
464 
464 
330 
464 
296 
464 
464 
464 
464 
464 
464 
464 
250 
464 
464 
282 
411 
464 
464 
114 
67 
411 
464 
411 
464 
464 
464 
464 
464 
290 
464 
464 
234 
597 
464 
464 
464 
238 
464 
411 
464 
115 
464 
464 
411 
464 
464 
411 
219 
411 
411 
274 
464 
132 
464 
177 
464 
464 
280 
464 
464 
238 
411 
214 
464 
464 
464 
227 
464 
411 
464 
238 
598 
286 
296 



Holcombe, Joseph S. 
Holcombe, Michael G. 
Holcombe, Susan G. 

328, 464, 
Holcombe, Steven W. 
Holden, Sandra Alicia 

Holder, Carol Ann 
Holder, Michael Glynn 
Holeman, Jack Louis 

Holl, Wm. Howard, III 

260, 
Holladay, Charles H. 

Holland, Edward J., Jr. 

114, 199, 
Holland, Wm. Parker 
Holle, Wm. Frederick 

Holleman, Laurie Anne 

322, 

Hollenbeck, Nancy N. 

Holley, Wm. Dexter 

Hollings, Robert M., Jr. 

Hollingsworth, John R. 

Holman, Frank K., Ill 

412, 

Holmes, Charles M. 

Holmes, David M. 

Holmes, Judy Anne 

Holmes, Lewis F., Ill 

Holroyd, Charles R. 

Holstein, Thomas D. 

303,412, 

Holt, Brenda E. 

Holt, David Wm. 

Holton, Mary S. 



Holzshu, Paul 

Homan, Billy Bert 

Hondros, Steve Gus 
Hood, Patricia L. 
Hood, Rush W., Jr. 
Hood, Wm. Michael 



Hooks, Robert B., Jr. 

Hooper, Mary K. 
Hoover, Robert E. 
Hopkins, James V., Ill 9 
Hopkins, Linda Irene 
Hopkins, Richard W. 
Hopkins, Stanley P 

Hopper, Henry Lee 
Hopper, Susan R. 
Home, Daniel Cletus 
Horres, Donald James 

465, 
Horres, John Jacob 

308, 465, 
Horton, Daniel III 
Horton, Dan Lyon 
Horton, John M. 
Horton, Walters. 
Hotaling, Reid 
Houck, Bates Riley 

Hough, Gerald Brian 

199, 
House, Wm. Boyleston 
Houseman, Robert W. 
Houston, Timothy D. 
Howard, Harry H., Ill 
Howard, John P. 

Howard, Nancy M. 



464 
464 
234 
597 
464 
177 
464 
464 
412 
114 
464 
211 
464 
257 
412 

67 
412 
464 
284 
412 
222 
464 
464 
464 
464 
464 
214 
595 
465 
465 
465 
465 
465 
191 
592 
465 
465 
302 
412 

67 
114 
242 
598 
465 
465 
465 
296 
465 
231 
412 
465 
465 
465 
465 
465 
114 
465 
465 
465 
412 
194 
592 
194 
592 
412 
465 
465 
465 
162 
303 
412 
114 
465 
465 
412 
465 
412 
465 
593 
465 



Howard, Timothy Keith 
Howard, Wm. Harry 
Howell, Frank Darrell 
Howell, Paul R. 

Howes, Howard R. 
Howie, Calvin Tycho 
Howie, Harry G. 
Hubbard, Austin S. 
Hubbard, Julius C, III 
Hubbard, Sally M. 
Hubbard, Wm. Ray 

Huckabee, Eugene Cole 

Hucks, Michael J. 
Hudgens, Anna Ruth 

289, 302, 
Hudgins, Thomas E. 

Hudnall, Norma Anne 

Hudson, Charles Joab 

Hudson, Wm. Manchester 
Huff, Charles J.i . 
Huff, James O., Jr. 
Huff, Raymond T. 
Huffines, Calvert W 

Huffman, Fred R. 
Huffman, Jennifer E. 
Huggins, James Wm. 

465 
Huggins, Larry Bruce 

Hughes, Ernest C. 



Hughes, 
Hughes, 
Hughes, 
Hughes, 
Hughes, 
Hughes, 
Hughes, 
Hughes, 
Hughes, 
Hughes, 
Hughes, 
Hughes, 



Edward M. 
John Blakely 
Lewis C. 
Janis D. 
Marie G. 
Mary K. 
Paul 

Robin V. 
Sidney H. 
Wm. Bruce 
William M. 
Warden W. 



Hughston, Nannie Mae 308 



Hull, Kenneth Ray 

Hulsey, Thomas C. 
Humphreys, Morgan R. 
Humphreys, Thomas C. 

466, 
Hunnicutt, Edward C. 
Hunnicutt, Helen M. 
Hunt, Daniel Burlin 
Hunt, Donald C. 
Hunt, Daniel Edward 

191,254,391,412 
Hunt, Irving Wm., Ill 
Hunt, John Geoffrey 
Hunt, James M., Jr. 

Hunt, Robert T., Jr. 

466 
Hunt, William A. 
Hunt, Wm. Claude 
Hunter, David F. 
Hunter, Georgia Ellis 

Hunter, Winton Walker 
Huntley, Charles L. 

Huntley, Wm. Bryan III 



465 

412 

465 

328 

465 

412 

465 

465 

465 

412 

412 

302 

465 

465 

592 

465 

273 

465 

114 

465 

222 

465 

230 

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465 

412 

412 

238 

465 

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465 

214 

595 

227 

412 

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465 

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466 

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Hurray, Robert Henry 
Hurt, Alvin Judson 

Huskey, Freeman E., Jr. 
Huskey, Thelma Gail 
Hutchins, Walter M. 
Hutchinson, Joseph 

Hutchinson, Lawrence 
Hutchinson, Thomas M. 

Hutnik, Robert J. 
Hutto, David Ruple 

41 
Hutto, Edward A. 
Hutto, Glenn Russell 
Hutto, K. Jean 

33 
Hutto, Susan Nelson 

Hutto, Wilburn I Ir. 

Hyatt, Gregory S. 
Hyatt, Lonnie R. 
Hyden, John William 
Hyder, Toy Wayne 

Hykes, Amos 



413 
466 
594 
413 
231 
465 
466 
466 
466 
177 
466 
466 
115 
466 
466 
194 

,592 
466 
466 
177 

,466 
466 
413 
413 
466 

302 
413 
466 



413, 



Imperiale, Michael C. 
Indyk, Gary S. 

Ingle, Frank Hamilton 

Ingles, Michael A. 
Irelan, Frank Henry 

I rick, Edward Francis 
Irick, Wm. Ronald 

Irons, Wm. B. 
Irvin, John Lewis, Jr. 
Irving, John Wolfs 
Iseman, Harold S., Jr. 
Isenhour, Marilyn D. 
Ivester, Mary F. 
Ivester, Wm. Alan 
Ivey, Danny Charles 



466 

265 
433 
162 
466 
466 
242 
598 
413 
331 
413 
466 
413 
466 
413 
466 
466 
466 
298 
466 



Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 
Jackson, 
Jackson, 



Jackson 
Jackson 
Jackson 



Jackson, John L. 



Jackson, 
Jackson, 



Jackson 
Jackson 



Beverly Jo 135 

313,413 

Charles Lee 355 

466 

Charles Ray 191 

413. 592 

Donald F„ Jr. 466 

Edwin B. 466 

Evelyn C. 234 

466, 597 

Emma Jean 138 

413 
413 
466 
211 
413,594 
324 
466 
114 
275 
413 
466 
310 
466 



Glen John 
James G . 
James Reid 



Kit 
Larry M. 



Leland A. 
Randolph J. 



Jackson, Robert Nash 

Jackson, Ryan T. Ill 
Jacob, Judith A. 
Jacobs, George D. 



Jacobs, Thomas Lee 

413, 

Jacobs, Wm. Plumer, Jr. 

280, 

Jacques, John D. 

Jagusak, Matthew R. 
James, Alexander C. 
James, Harold Senn 

James, John Charles 
James, Joseph D. 

James, James Francis 
James, Larry Clifford 
Jameson, Elizabeth D. 

Jameson, George R. 

Jameson, Henry R. 

Jameson, John David 

Jameson, Judy Gayle 

Jameson, Lake Hugh, Jr. 

238, 
Jamieson, George E. 
Jamison, Patsy Ann 
Jamison, Robert G. 

Janas, Teddee Laura 
Janer, Daniel Alberto 
Jansen, Sharron L. 

313, 
Jarrard, Elizabeth L. 
Jarrell, Wm. Samuel 
Jarvis, Michael W. 
Jay, John Henry 

350, 
Jay, Robert Royall 
Jeffcoat, Bill Reese 
Jeffers, John T. 

266,414, 
Jeffords, Alton B. 

Jeffords, Albert E. 

Jeffords, Ernest Gary 

219,414, 
Jeffries, Francis A. 
Jenkins, Arthur C. Ill 

Jenkins, Arthur W. 
Jenkins, Billy Joe 

467, 
Jenkins, Guy Arvin 
Jenkins, John K., Jr. 
Jenkins, John K. 

Jenkins, Jeanne R. 
Jenkins, Michael W. 
Jenkins, Randy Hugh 
Jenkins, Walter T. Ill 

Jenkins, Wayne B. 
Jennings, David C. 
Jennings, David G. 
Jennings, James D. 

Jennings, James J. 
Jennings, James Kelly 
Jennings, Wayne D. 
Jensen, James John 

250, 268, 296, 



211 
594 
413 
466 
261 
466 
214 
595 
257 
414 
265 
414 
466 
466 
261 
466 
414 
162 
466 
466 
414 
222 
414 
295 
466 
276 
414 
132 
466 
222 
466 
114 
467 
467 
414 
114 
414 
414 
467 
262 
414 
467 
467 
467 
286 
467 
467 
467 
219 
595 
312 
414 
303 
414 
135 
595 
414 
312 
414 
414 
199 
593 
414 

292 

467 
467 
467 
238 
227 
467 
467 
467 
467 
162 
467 
414 
467 
467 
131 
414 



Jester, Glenna J. 
Johns, James A. Ill 



Johnson 
Johnson 

Johnson 
Johnson 
Johnson 
Johnson 
Johnson 
Johnson 
Johnson 
Johnson 
Johnson 
Johnson 
Johnson 



Charles J. 
Charles R. 

Danie A. 
Elizabeth C. 
Gordon B. 
Gregory S. 
Henry Gary 
Horace S. 
John Hale 
John L. 
James M. 
John M. 
James W. 



414 



Johnson, Laval H. 
Johnson, Milledge A. 



355 
211 



Johnson, Michael L. 
Johnson, Pope D. Ill 

Johnson, Richard A. 
Johnson, Robert McC. 
Johnson, Stephen Dale 

Johnson, Walter J., Jr. 
Johnston, Ernest B., Jr. 
Johnstone, Alan 

194, 415, 592 
Jolly, Albert B., Jr. 

231 
Jolly, Robert Henry 

272 
Jones, Alice Lynne 
Jones, Barry Webb, Jr. 
Jones, Chafee, III 
Jones, Charles D. 
Jones, Clyde H., Jr. 

Jones, Champ Mc, Jr. 
Jones, Dawn Caroline 



Jones, 
Jones, 
Jones, 
Jones, 

Jones, 
Jones, 
Jones, 

Jones, 
Jones, 

Jones, 
Jones, 
Jones, 
Jones, 
Jones, 
Jones, 
Jones, 

Jones, 
Jones, 
Jones, 



Deborah Cox 
Daniel Hare, Jr. 
Eddy R. 
Gregory Alan 

211,467 
George Bluford 
George S., Jr. 
George Tripp 

272 
Howard Martin 
John Boyce 

261,467 
James Craig 
Joseph C. 
Judith Drake 
James Howard 
Janie P. 
Joe Kenneth 
Jimmy Manly 



467 



Kenneth H. 
Kathleen S. 
Lennox K. 



Jones, Minnie Clarice 
Jones, Marilyn J. 

Jones, Michael Keith 

Jones, Martenza L. 

391 
Jones, Michael Lee 
Jones, Oscar Anderson 



467 
161 
414 
467 
199 
593 
414 
467 
467 
467 
467 
414 
415 
467 
467 
415 
272 
467 
114 
414 
314 
467 
592 
227 
415 
415 
467 
263 
313 
467 
467 
185 
599 
142 
415 
191 
415 
467 
467 
467 
467 
280 
415 
415 
222 
467 
314 
467 
467 
134 
594 
467 
467 
151 
467 
415 
194 
592 
467 
415 
415 
290 
467 
467 
214 
595 
165 
415 
199 
467 
415 
234 
597 
282 
415 
262 
415 
467 
304 
467 



Jones, Paula A. 

Jones, Ronald Erwin 

Jones, Robert Joseph 
Jones, Ronald Lee 
Jones, Richard M., Jr. 

Jones, Robert S. 
Jones, Stephen W. 
Jones, Teresa Marie 

Jones, Tripp 
Jones, Wm. Jack 



177 
467 
214 
467 
467 
467 
214 
415,595 
592 
467 
289 
467 
114 
305 
468 
468 
468 
134 



Jones, Zonnie III 
Jordan, Alan Perry 
Jordan, John D. 

185, 250,266, 276,390, 
415,593 
Jordan, Lewis Albert 468 

Jordan, Leonard R., Jr. 468 
Jordan, Larry Vernon 
Jordan, Wm. Lacombe 
Jordy, Patrice Alison 
Josey, John Wesley 



468 

468 

468 

312 

468 

468 

238 

468, 598 

Jumper, Philip H. 468 

Jung, Herbert C, Jr. 468 

Justice, Barbara R. 468 



Joyce, Thomas W. 
Joye, Charles McLois 



Kahrs, Wm. Henry 



Kane, Robert Barry 
Kapp, John Michael 



Kapp, Richard Henry 



Karesh, Hyman 
Karesh, Sara Rachel 



385, 



Karpik, Wm. Richard 

314, 
Karst, Wm. Bleckley 
Kassab, Dianne A. 

Kauric, William B. 

Kavanagh, Wesley J. 
Kay, David Lee 
Kay, Fred Stevon 
Kay, Lynda Ann 
Kay, William A. 
Kay, Wilson J. 
Kaylor, Hal Michael 

238,416, 
Kearse, Sidney Martin 

416, 
Keating, Kenneth D. 
Kebles, Michael J. 

Kee, Margaret E. 

Kee, Nancy Evelyn 
Keefe, Robert G. 
Keels, Washington R. 

Keeney, Bradford L. 

292, 314, 
Keese, Crawford M. 
Keeter, Wm. Halbert, Jr. 

Keiper, Douglass M. 
Keith, Candice B. 



327 
415 
468 
219 
595 
265 
415 
468 
132 
415 
292 
468 
468 
308 
468 
316 
416 
468 
416 
468 
468 
468 
468 
142 
598 
191 
592 
468 
177 
468 
468 
593 
468 
468 
340 
416 
132 
468 
416 
346 
416 
468 
468 



Keith, Rembert M. 
Keladis, Nicholas 

115,' 
Keller, Gary Alfred • 

Keller, James Edward ■ 

Kellett, Barto Paul 

468,! 
Kellett, James P. ', 

Kelley, James W. : 

Kelley, Jeffrey Don 

114, ■ 
Kelley, James Manly 

416,! 
Kelley, Wm. Jerome 
Kelley, Willie J., Jr. 
Kelly, Butler N. 
Kelly, Joseph W., Jr. 

Kelly, Patricia A. ^^^. 
Kelly, Robert George ! 

Kelly, Walter Thomas 
Kelsey, James Patrick 

328, ■ 
Kemmerlin, Thomas L. 

331, 
Kendrick, Thomas B. 

266, 
Kennedy, Harold Mack 
Kennedy, Janet Lyn 

Kennedy, Joseph Lane 
Kennerly, Dantzler A. 

Kennerty, Mary C. 
Kereanich, Steven R. 

Kernen, Timothy J. 
Kerr, Mary Diane 

137, 
Kessler, Milnor P., Jr. 

Kessler, Nelson T. 
Kester, Ann E. 

Key, Bobby Nathan 
Keys, Kathryn E. 
Keys, Michael P. 
Keys, Michael P. 
Kimbrell, William D. 

468, 
Kimmitt, Raymond R. 

Kinard, Henry B. 
Kinard, Hubert Ira 

306, 
Kinard, James Ira 

King, Alan C. 
King, Deborah J. 
King, Edward E. 
King, Francis W. 
King, George R. 
King, Jack Herbert 

114,294,324, 
King, Jo Jewell 
King, James H. 

King, James M. 
King, Johnny T. 
King, Julia T. 
King, Kenneth Vinton 
King, Michael Edwin 
King, Oscar Stanley 

King, Roachel Dent 
King, Roswell Dean, Jr. 
King, Richard Loring 



468 

132 
468 
468 
309 
468 
468 
132 
,468 
272 
416 
468 
222 
468 
416 
468 
468 
468 
219 
595 
280 
468 
416 
273 
469 
231 
416 
469 
469 
469 
416 
469 
67 
416 
416 
177 
469 
469 
469 
469 
416 
469 
284 
416 
469 
469 
469 



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Power Oil Company, Inc. 

Post Office Box 490 

ORANGEBURG. SOUTH CAROLINA 

Phone 534-5701 



Independent Distributors of 
Shell Petroleum Prod nets 





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Congratulations to the 
Class of 1970 



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NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



King, Steven R. . 
King, Ted Dwight 

298, 309, 
King, Thomas McKinley 
Kingman, James R. 
Kinney, Ronald Wm, 
Kinsey, Horace D. 
Kirby, Roy C. 
Kirby, Janice Lynn 
Kirby, William H., Jr. 

347, 350, 
Kirk, Jerrilu 
Kirk, Lewis R. 
Kirk, Mary Kathryn 
Kirkland, Deborah J. 
Kirkland, Margaret N. 
Kirkpatrick, Kenneth 
Kirkpatrick, William 

417, 
■Kiser, Stanley V. 
Kitchens, Ronald D. 
Kittel, Kathryn 
Kivett, Roger Gentry 

324, 
Klaas, Christina 
Klahre, Thomas H. 

259,271, 
Klapman, Brian Lee 

330, 
Kleinschmidt K. Kay 
Klemette, Ted M. 

309, 469, 
Klinck, John M., II 

Klinck, Susan E. 

Klugh, Thomas S., Jr. 

417, 
Knight, Franklin Neal 

Knight, James Alton 
Knight, Lewis Arnold 
Knight, Marsha J. 
Knight, Susan Lynn 
Knoerr, Robert Arnold 

Knowland, John Lee 
Knowles, Robert R. 
Knox, Frank Riviere 
Knox, Larry Ronald 
Knox, Pamela B. 

295, 
Knoy, Kathryn W. 

256,417, 
Knudsen, John B. 
Koch, Robert Edward 
Koczan, David Alan 
Koon, Albert Ray 
Koppel, Patrick Lee 

352, 
Koretz, Barry R. 

185,417, 
Kormanicki, Dave 

Kornahrens, Carlotta 
Korvick, Joseph S. 

296, 
Koss, David Michael 
Kossler, Judith Ann 

137, 145,234,314,469, 
Kossler, Mary E. 

Kovalenko, Steve 
Koziol, Edward P 
Kraft, Judson Alan 
Kreidler, Charles J. 

Kreigsman, George R. 
Krier, James T. 
Kronberg, James Wm. 



469 
214 

469 
469 
469 
469 
416 
469 
469 
346 
417 
469 
115 
469 
469 
469 
417 
219 
595 
469 
114 
469 
114 
469 
469 
254 
417 
214 
469 
469 
242 
598 
115 
469 
417 
594 
238 
598 
272 
417 
469 
469 
469 
469 
305 
417 
469 
469 
469 
469 
177 
469 
234 
597 
469 
469 
469 
469 
280 
469 
142 
598 
67 
114 
469 
115 
469 
469 
131 
597 
132 
469 
469 
469 
469 
469 
592 
469 
469 
314 
469 



Krueger, Paul Quinn 
Kuester, Steven Glen 

114,312, 
Kukelkorn, Janet E. 
Kuisma, Linda Ruth 
Kunz, Ralph Barber 

Kutzleb, Richard S. 
Kwist, John 



469 
67 
417 
469 
417 
280 
417 
417 
298 
417 



-L- 

Lacika, Michael J. 
Lachicotte, Elton M. 
Ladd, Linda J. 
Ladd, Thomas A. 
Laden, Gary James 
Laforge, Robert L. 
Lafoy, James Luther 
Lake, Darrell R. 
Lake, Keith Daniel 

Lake, Kenneth Wm. 

Lake, Mike 

Lake, Robert J. 
Lamar, Edward Michael 
Lamar, Ralph Dixon 
Lamb, Broadus P., Jr. 

Landers, David M. 
Landon, Thomas E. 

Landreth, George E. 
Landrum, George N. 
Landrum, Richard V. 

Laney, John Wilson 

Laney, Larry W. 
Lanford, Julianne 
Lanford, Kenneth W. 
Langford, Marian E. 
Langley, David R. 
Langley, Edward B. 
Langley, Jeffrey Todd 

Langley, Larry C. 
Langley, Rodney Myron 
306,41? 
Langston, Gregory G. 
Lank, David James 

Lareau, Albert F. 
Largey, Jennifer Lay 
Lark, Charlie M. 

Laroche, Julius M. 
Lashley, Wm. A., Jr. 

Latham, Frederick L. 
Latham, Wilson A. 
Lathan, James Wm. 
Latimer, Charles E. 

Latin, Gregory T. 

Latin, James P. 
Lattimer, Keith D. 

Lattimore, Tommy J. 

47C 
Lattimore, Virginia A. 
Laubach, Wm. John 
Laur, Gregory David 
Laurey, Frances Lynn 



470 
470 
417 
470 
417 
417 
470 
470 
114 
470 
231 
417 
211 
594 
417 
470 
417 
294 
470 
417 
272 
470 
470 
470 
281 
470 
281 
470 
470 
470 
470 
4 70 
470 
470 
314 
470 
417 
231 
,470 
470 
305 
470 
418 
470 
328 
470 
418 
191 
418 
418 
470 
470 
317 
470 
114 
470 
470 
115 
470 
194 
592 
470 
470 
470 
314 
470 



Laurie, Stephen E. 
Lavender, Bruce Wayne 

Lavender, Wm. Thomas 

Lavenia, Thomas R 

35 
Law, Donald McD, Jr. 

Lawhon, Glenn J. 

Lawlor, Leslie M. 
Lawrence, Wm. Norris 
Lawson, Larry Lester 

Lawson, Talmadge 

Lawson, Terry M. 



Jr. 

238 



Lawton, Francis A. 
Lawton, Winston A., 

Lay, Clarence W. 
Laye, Valerie D. 
Layne, Robert L. 
Layton, Grady A. 
Leach, Alvin A. 

League, James M., Jr. 
Leaird, Wm. Gary 



Leaman, Marshall A., Jr. 

314 
Leary, Guy Bernard 

271 
Lecroy, Dexter Blair 
Ledbetter, Gary J. 
Ledford, Charles H. 
Ledford, John Daniel 
Ledford, John L. 
Lee, Charles Stephen 
Lee, David Lane 



Lee, Franklin Carver 



470 



Lee, Han C. 
Lee, Mark D. Ill 
Lee, Michael Gordon 
Lee, Peggy Elaine 
Lee, Robert Paul 

298 
Lee, Tony Horace 
Leeke, Thomas Terrell 
Legnetti, Philip J. 

114,242,471 
Legrand, Charles M. 
Legare, Thomas G. 

471 
Lehmann, James Arnold 
Leigh, Armistead C. 
Leitke, Mary E. 
Leland, Kenneth W. Ill 
Leland, Wm. Baker, Jr. 
Lemacks, John Carroll 

Lemaster, David B. 
Lemaster, Haile H., Jr. 
Lenhardt, Robert Cody 

Leonard, Frances E. 
Leonard, Thomas 
Leopard, Patricia Ann 
Le Pree, Joan Karen 
Leptich, Wm. Mathias 

Lesemann, Lawrence Wm. 
471, 
Lesesne, Suzanne 
Lesley, Edwin Odell 



470 
298 
470 
355 
470 
290 
470 
219 
418 
292 
470 
418 
470 
114 
418 
177 
470 
298 
418 
470 
114 
470 
470 
470 
470 
470 
250 
418 
470 
310 
470 
293 
470 
259 
418 
470 
470 
470 
418 
470 
470 
149 
418 
238 
598 
418 
470 
470 
471 
231 
418 
471 
418 
67 
598 
418 
219 
595 
418 
471 
471 
471 
471 
151 
471 
471 
471 
227 
418 
471 
114 
471 
471 
296 
471 
242 
598 
471 
257 
418 



Lesley, Vicki Lee 
Leslie, H. Stephen 

3 
Lesslie, John Arthur 

Lever, Jack Q., Jr. 

2 
Lever, Linda A. 
Levine, Paul F. 
Levine, Robert Terry 

4 
Lewis, Alan Hammack 

Lewis, John G. 

Lewis, James W. 
Lewis, Karen Louise 

Lewis, Paul E., Jr. 
Lewis, Robert B. 

Lewis, Stanley Royce 
3 

Lewter, Steve Jay 

Libby, Allan Winfield 

Libby, John S. 

3 

Liberty, Donald J. 

Lide, Edgar Dargan 

Lide, Robert Erwin 

Ligi, Gary E. 

Ligon, Harrell W. 

Lillis, Gary Alan 

Lilly, Rodney Kent 
Limbaugh, Douglas E. 
Linder, Young Shuler 

Lindler, Arthur B. Ill 
Lindler, Robert M. 



231, 



Lindsay, John C, Jr. 

Lindsey, Donald R. 

Lindsey, James M., Jr. 

Lindstedt, Robert A. 

Line, Charles E. 
Liner, Robert Allen 
Link, George Gregory 

Lippi, Torre John 

Lipscomb, Jerry Alan 
Lisenby, Donna Sue 
Liskey, James David 



Little, John Monroe 

281,471, 
Little, Thomas P. 
Littlejohn, Jesse B. 
Livingston, Ernest F. 
Livingston, James V. 

Livingston, Mary Gay 
Lloyd, Joseph Stanley 
Lloyd, Wm. Henry, Jr. 
Locke, Ernest Lyle 
Lockery, James E., Jr. 

Locklair, Frances E. 
Locklair, Freddie E. 

Lockwood, Dennis H. 

Loef, Sanford Harold 
Loftis, Phyllis W. 
Logan, Joseph Wayne 

310, 322, 



471 


Loll is, Jerry Lee 




471 


294 


-ollis, Susan A. 




471 


471 


.ombardi, John Paul 




261 


471 






471 


592 


-ombardo, Dominick 




471 


160 


-ominack, Karen E. 




471 


418 


.ong, John F. 




419 


471 


.ong, James Gnann 




256 


418 


277 


471 


242 


.ong, Jerry Glenn 




471 


598 


Long, Larry Bruce 




331 


331 






419 


471 


.ong, Robert Shelly 




194 


281 


472 


, 592 


471 


-ong, Steven L. 




472 


471 


-Ong, Thomas Wm. 




199 


234 


t 


72 


, 593 


471 


.ongshore, James M. 


472 


471 


Looney, David Walter 




298 


115 






472 


471 


Lord, Charles Nelson 




472 


115 


Lore, Kenneth David 




472 


471 


Love, Keith S. 




253 


114 






419 


418 


Love, Samuel D., Jr. 




271 


160 






472 


471 


Lovell, Michael L. 




115 


115 


283 


,472 


471 


Lovette, Donald C. 




252 


471 


273, 311 


472 


418 


Lowder, Ronny Lee 




219 


471 


472 


595 


311 


.owe, Joseph Wayne 




256 


419 






472 


471 


^owrance, Harold W., 


Jr. 


419 


419 


Lowry, Bruce W. 




67 


293 


114 


419 


471 


_owther, Edward L. 




472 


471 


_ucas, James Lloyd 




322 


471 






472 


592 


_ucia, Salvatore A. 




472 


151 


_ucto, Andrew Wm. 1 1 




472 


471 


_udian, Maureen H. 




331 


317 






472 


471 


_uker, Talmadge H. 




419 


293 


-undeen, Daniel Wm. 




324 


419 


_unsford, Frank E. 




472 


281 


_upo. Perry Irvine 




185 


471 


214, 293,313,419,595 


599 


471 


-usk, Beverly Ann 




472 


419 


.uther, Charles M. 




238 


282 






472 


419 


_utz, Stephen L. 




472 


298 


.ybrand, Curtis W. 




472 


471 


_yerly, Arthur Dwayne 


472 


471 


_yle, David L., Jr. 




472 


471 


_ynch, David Craig 




284 


281 






419 


471 


.ynch, James M. 




472 


211 


_ynch, John James 




156 


594 






472 


419 


_ynn, Louis B. 




302 


419 






472 


471 


.ynn, Thomas Earl 




472 


191 


_yons, Robert A., Jr. 




219 


419 


419 


595 


471 








471 








471 


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471 








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419 r 


/IcAdams, Larry Clyde 




328 


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355 


472 


419 IN 


/IcAlhany, Lewis M. 




211 


471 


472 


594 


305 IN 


/IcAlister, Jeannette 




262 


419 






419 


419 IN 


/IcAllister, Angela C. 




177 


471 






420 


252 IN 


/IcArdle, Thomas J., Jr 




472 


419 









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McCabe, John D. 
McCabe, Keith S. 

McCabe, Tilghman, Jr. 
McCabe, Wm. Morrall 
McCallum, Mary T. 
McCann, Jackson E., Jr. 
McCants, Roberts. 



472 
293 
472 
472 
472 
472 
420 
211 
312,472, 594 



McCarty, John F. 
McCalin, Philip L. 



420 
302 
472 

McCleave, Wm. Robinson 286 
472 
McClelion, Wm. Morris 
McCleskey, Robert G. 
McCleskey, Samuel L. 
McClintock, Carol L. 
McClintock, Harold W. 



McCloskey, Kirk M. 
McClure, Anthony E. 
McClure, Wm. Thomas 
McCollough, Wm. Welch 

McCombs, Donnie 
McCombs, Gary M. 
McCombs, Joel Wayne 

McConnell, John M. 



McConnell, Keith Ian 



472 
472 
420 
472 
203 
593 
472 
472 
472 
317 
420 
115 
472 
312 
420 
214 
472 
214 



301,472,595 



McCormick, Robert 

McCormick, Kathryn A. 
McCoy, James Earle 
McCoy, Joe William 
McCoy, Susan Ann 
McCrary, Brenda Carol 
McCrary, Wm. Reese 
McCraw, Robert D. 
McCready, Edward L. 

McCreery, Pamela Kay 

McCuen, Patricia Anne 



281 
595 
132 
472 
420 
472 
472 
472 
472 
352 
472 
275 
472 
222 
472 
473 
286 
473 
473 



McCullough, James A. 

McCullough, Larry W. 

McCurdy, Steven A. 

McCurry, W. Mark 

McDaniel, George M., Jr. 

McDaniel, John Harry 296 

346, 420 

McDaniel, Wm. Thomas 114 
238. 473 

McDonald, Kathy Jean 473 

McDonell, Nancy V. 314 

473 
473 
284 
420 
473 
473 
473 
473 
593 
473 
420 
473 
420 
219 
595 
473 
271 
473 
473 
305 
473 
473 



McDowell, Carol R. 
McDowell, Glen David 

McDowell, George W. 
McDowell, James J., Jr. 
McDowell, Lawrence R. 
McElrath, Larry M. 

McGaw, Donald A., Jr. 
McGee, Bonnie C. 
McGee, Bobby Darrell 
McGee, Charles Edward 
McGee, James Rochelle 

252,311 
McGlothlin, Michael F. 
McGuigan, Wm. Patrick 
McGuire, Peter A 
McGurk, Daniel T 
Mcllwain, Marc S. 

McGinnis, Brian C. 



Mcintosh, Paula 
Mclntyre, Larry F. 

314,331, 
McJunkin, Roger Dale 
McJunkin, Walter S. 

McKenzie, Charles J. 

314, 
McKenzie, Leslie E., Jr. 

McKeown, Samuel Kirk 

McKie, Paul Augustus 
McKinney, Arthur J. 
McKinney, Douglas C. 
McKinney, Judson S. 
McKinney, Martha M. 
McKinney, Robert A., Jr. 
McKinney, Thomas L. 

Mc Knight, Henry E. 
McKoy, Victor G. 
McLaurin, Jewell P. 

McLaurin, Kenneth F. 
McLees, Wm. Thomas 
McLellan, Carol Ann 
McLellan, Charles 
McLellan, David A. 

McLendon, Katherine 
McLeod, Gordon Keith 

473, 
McLeod, Harold S. 

McLeod, Marion Glenn 
McMahan, David K. 

McMahan, Emily C. 

McMahan, Kendrick B. ., 

McMakin, John F. 
McMakin, John Garvin 

289, 324, 
McManus, Wade H., Jr. 

McMichael, James M. 
McMillan, Carol A. 
McMillan, James A., Ill 

McMillan, James H. 
McMillan, Lawrence C. 

473, 
McMillan, Mary B. 
McMillan, Richard F. 
McMullan, Danny L. 

McMurray, John Lyon 
McNab, Robert F., Ill 

305, 
McNabb, Kenneth C. 

McNair, John Nicholas 
McNair, Leslie Denise 

McNamara, Ray Maria 
McNeely, Olin R. 
McNeill, Michael E. 

McNeill, Wm. Charles 

McPhail, Franklin E. 

McPherson, Wm. Leonard 
McQueen, Monica N. 
McQueen, Thomas Edgar 
McRackan, Roberts. 
McRoyan, Dennis K. 

McSwain, John M. 



473 


Mabry, Janice Lee 


273 


Martin, Terry Wayne 


474 


Merrick, Richard L. 


64 


261 


309 


474 


Martin, Wm. 


474 


137,248, 598 


599 


473 


Mabry, William Edward 


474 


Martin, Willie C. 


421 


Merrill, James M. 


421 


473 


Macauley, Peggy 


222 


Martin, William E. 


298 


Merritt, Mitchell 


475 


328 


Macauley, Margaret L. 


420 


Marturano, Robert G. 


474 


Messick, Thomas A. 


475 


473 


Macdonald, Douglas P. 


474 


Marx, Janis Lynn 


474 


Metcalf , Gerald Henry 


475 


162 


Mace, Daniel G. 


231 


Marzili, Robert C. 


474 


Metsky, Gordon S. 


64 


473 




474 


Mason, Mary Ann 


309 


185,475 


599 


314 


Mack, Julius R. 


474 




474 


Metze, James Leroy 


475 


473 


Mackintosh, J. O., Ill 


231 


Massey, Gary Keith 


474 


Metzgar, Craig R. 


475 


273 




420 


Massey, Helen A. 


474 


Meyer, Daniel E. 


422 


276 


Macomson, Perry T., Jr. 


231 


Massey, Henry L. 


355 




592 


473 




474 




474 


Meyer, Theodore M. 


238 


473 


Macvittie, Donald C. 


474 


Massey, Norman Terry 


312 


261 


475 


420 


Madden, Steven E. 


474 




421 


Meyerriecks, Bette J. 


475 


473 


Maddox, Clarence D. 


330 


Massie, Jerome W., IV 


281 


Michaels, Charles C. 


475 


473 


Maertens, Georgann 


207 




474 


Michalowski, Joseph S. 


421 


219 




474 


Masucci, Donald 


474 


Michie, Robert Wm. 


475 


272 


Magarian, Gary V. 


420 


Matheny, Carl Smith 


474 


Mickanis, John P. 


242 


473 


Magers, Robin Jane 


474 


Mathews, John Wilson 


475 


475 


598 


473 


Maggiore, Larry L. 


474 




592 


Middlebrooks, Phil 


114 


219 


Mahaffey, Marilyn 


474 


Mathews, Mike H. 


475 


Middleton, Alexander 


177 


114 


Mahaffey, Richie 


114 


Mathis, Louis B., Jr. 


250 


Midura, Alan Frank 


162 


420 


199 


266 


317 


421 




475 


473 


Mahoney, Wm. Robert 


474 


Mathis, Richard C. 


331 


Mikell, Charles H. 


238 


473 


Major, Charles P. 


296 




475 


Mikell, Julian P., Jr. 


475 


473 




474 


Mathis, Vicki 


222 


Mikolajczyk, Sara J. 


132 


227 


Malechko, Nick J. 


474 


Mathis, Wilma Jean 


475 


Milam, George K. 


287 


231 


Malphrus, Bobby Dale 


252 


Matsinger, James R. 


475 




475 


473 




474 


Matthews, Betty Jo An 


475 


Milam, Ronald Walden 


238 


473 


Malphrus, Lewis D.,Jr.61 




Matthews, Charles H. 


475 




475 


219 


319, 346 




Matthews, David R. 


265 


Miles, Carolyn Bruce 


136 


595 


Malphrus, Phillip W. 


294 


Matthews, Edward C, 1 1 


475 


Miles, Danny O. 


475 


281 




474 


Matthews, Frank L. 


475 


Miley, David Bowers 


281 


473 


Maner, Carol Lawton 


474 


Matthews, Richard S. 


475 




475 


473 


Maness, James F. 


242 


Matthews, Thomas C. 


475 


Milford, Carol 


475 


114 


317,420 


, 598 


Mattis, Victoria Anne 


421 


Milhous, Wilbur K. 


257 


473 


Maness, Ronald S. 


474 


Mattox, Barry Gray 


257 




422 


350 


Maness, Wm. Thomas 


474 


305 


475 


Millar, Robert W. 


270 


473 


Mangum, Joab O. 


474 


Mauldin, John Thomas 


312 


Miller, Donald J. 


475 


293 


Manley, Brenda Sharon 


132 




421 


Miller, George F., Jr. 


422 


473 


161 


,421 


Mauney, Dennis Leroy 


263 


Miller, Harry Malone 


305 


420 


Mann, John Robert 


134 


264 


,421 




475 


114 


250, 293 


,421 


Mauney, John R. 


261 


Miller, James A. 


422 


473 


Manning, Glenn McCall 


421 




475 


Miller, James David 


422 


67 


Mansfield, Patricia A. 


137 


Maxwell, Alan Darrel 


475 


Miller, John Edwin 


305 


473 


189, 234,421 


, 597 


Maxwell, Wm. McRee 


214 


Miller, James I. 


310 


420 


Mansmann, Jack T. 


115 


Mayer, Charles Albert 


114 




422 


473 




474 




475 


Miller, John Milton 


296 


293 


Marcengill, Nancy Ann 


474 


Maynard, Ben Allen 


273 




422 


473 


Marchbanks, Sherry L. 


421 




421 


Miller, Lawrence H. 


475 


473 




594 


Mays, James Lloyd 


421 


Miller, Lewis 


214 


219 


Marcinak, Casper F., Jr. 


474 


Mayson, Charles E. 


475 


475 


,595. 


595 


Maret, Nancy J. 


474 


Meade, John Edward 


242 


Miller, Larry McSween 


231 


473 


Marion, Charles Ray 


474 


475 


,598 




422 


473 


Mariska, Charles 


114 


Meadors, Robert E. 


281 


Miller, Michael A. 


238 


162 


Markners, Edward A. 


474 


330 


,475 




475 


473 


Markowich, Edward M. 


162 


Means, Kenneth Allan 


257 


Miller, Michael Carl 


312 


420 




474 




475 




475 


163 


Marsden, Richard A., Jr. 


177 


Means, Robert Archie 


330 


Miller, Richard C, Jr. 


214 


,473 




474 


Medlin, Richard D. 


67 




422 


323 


Marsh, Arta Sue 


474 


114 


,421 


Miller, Robert E. 


475 


473 


Marshall, Bruce Wm. 


421 


Meehan, Jerry Andrew 


211 


Miller, Robert G., Jr. 


475 


420 


Marshall, John Donald 


317 


475 


,594 


Miller, Ronald M. 


203 


275 




474 


Meek, Martin E. 


475 


Miller, Richard Wm. 


475 


473 


Martin, Betsy Jo 


474 


Meggs, Benjamin R., Jr. 


475 


Mills, Floyd S., Jr. 


476 


473 


Martin, Carlon L. 


474 


Mehaffy, Dwight J. 


475 


Mills. Robert P. 


476 


420 


Martin, Charlie R. 


421 


Mellard, Charles W., Jr. 


475 


Mills, Roger W. 


476. 


473 


Martin, Douglas C. 


474 


Mellard, Eugene S. 


421 


Mills, Steve A. 


276 


592 


Martin, Gil Bryan 


474 


Mellars, John Walter 


475 




476 


270 


Martin, Garnett M. 


474 


Mellichamp, Henry L. 


421 


Milton, Johnnie F., Jr. 


114 


473 


Martin, Jerry Barnnon 


421 


Mellon, Peter 


475 




422 - 


293 


Martin, John Phillip 


281 


Melnik, Joseph David 


275 


Mims, Gerald E. 


476 


473 


Martin, James Winton 


474 




475 


Mims, Paul Wilson, Jr. 


132 


473 


Martin, John Wayne 


474 


Melton, Robert V. 


475 


261, 281,290 


.476 


474 


Martin, John W., Ill 


474 


Mercer, Errol Glenn 


475 


Mincey, John Paul 


422 


474 


Martin, Linda Marlene 


207 


Merck, Ernest D. 


475 


Ming, Thomas Anthony 


422 


474 


421 


,594 


Merkel, Fritz Isham 


317 


Mingledorff, Ralston 


476 


331 


Martin, Mabry E. 


474 




421 


Mishoe, Stafford M. 


250 • 


474 


Martin, Nancy C. 


474 


Merrell, Timothy C. 


256 


273 


422 


474 


Martin, Robert Errol 


474 




475 












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NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



PAGE NAME 



Mirabelli, Tony 






242 
293, 598 

Mitchell, Carolyn C. 476 

Mitchell, David H., Jr. 476 

Mitchell, Gary Mark 67 

115,283,476 
Mitchell, John R., Jr. 476 

Mitchell, Ned Rickmon 194 

476, 592 
Mitchell, Robert E. 219 

476, 595 



Mitchell, Robert H. 
Mixon, Danny Ray 
Mixon, Johnny David 
Mixon, Susan L. 

Mixon, Wm. David 
Mixson, James C, Jr. 
Mixson, Richard H., Jr. 
Mize, Danny Arthur 
Mize, Deana Marie 
Mobley, Craig Allan 
Mobley, James Ray 
Mobley, Nancy Jo 

Mode, Gerald T. 

Molten, Richard 
Money, Robert Leroy 
Monjot, David George 



422 
422 
476 
138 
476 
476 
476 
476 
476 
476 
476 
422 
38 
476 
272 
476 
219 
476 
114 
476 
476 
476 
422 
234 



Monnen, Millard C. 
Monteith, Michael A. 
Montgomery, Carter E. 
Montgonery, Georgia F 

476, 597 
Montgomery, Marsha B. 476 
Montgomery, Ronald J 
Montgomery, Richard P 
Moody, Henry Mahone 
Moody, James Michael 
Moody, Michael Craig 
Moon, John Ernest 



423 

476 

476 

476 

476 

302 

476 

Moore, Anthony Glenn 67 

I 317,476 

Moore, Brent Clark 261 

276,476 

Moody, Richard Eddy 476 

Moore, Dennis A. 115 

214 

Moore, Dennis Duane 132 

137, 314,423 

Moore, Dennis Ray 476 

Moore, Eileen B. 476 

Moore, Edwin Nisbet 281 

476 

476 

476 

476 

423 

238 

423 

296 

298 

476 

476 

476 

476 

145 

476 

476 

476 

476 

476 

231 

295, 476 

Moore, Stephen T 476 

Moore, Vernon W, Jr. 272 

423 



Moore, Frances Ann 
Moore, Francis W. 
Moore, George E. 
Moore, Gary T. 
Moore, Harry G., Jr 

Moore, Jimmy Lee 
Moore, Joseph Richard 

Moore, James C. 
Moore, James S. 
Moore, Kenneth Wayne 
Moore, Nancy C. 

Moore, Patrick 
Moore, Richard W. 
Moore, Robert Andrew 
Moore, Robert J. 
Moore, Steven Clark 



Moore, William B. 
Moore, William E. 
Moore, Wm. Lee 
Moorer, Robert B. 
Moorhead, Hunter H. 

Mooring, Benjamin W. 
Moose, Thomas Caswell 

Morgan, Charles G. 
Morgan, Don 
Morgan, John W., Ill 

265, 331, 
Morgan, Michael J. 
Morrell, George 
Morrell, Richard L. 
Morris, Anne C. 

145, 386. 
Morris, Billy L., Jr. 
Morris, Fred Parks 
Morris, Lisbeth Ann 
Morris, Paul 

266, 
Morris, Robert T., II 
Morris, Teddy, Jr. 

305, 
Morris, Wm. John 
Morrison, Earl C. 
Morrow, David Lee 
Moseley, James H., Jr. 
Moseley, Robert J., II 
Moseley, Stephen C. 
Moss, Cathy Lou 

137,207, 390, 
Moss, Curtis Michael 
Moss, Lewis Gerald 

477, 
Moss, Raymond A. 

293, 477, 
Moss, Raymond Z. 
Moss, Richard Neal 
Moss, Thomas Connor 

250, 
Moss, Van Stephen 

Mossman, Matthew M. 

283, 
Mostertz, Barbara 
Mowlajko, Peter S. 

477, 
Moyer, Eugene F., Jr. 

423, 
Moyer, Randolph M. 

349, 
Mozingo, George Wm. 

Muccino, Paul John 

Muckenfuss, Richmond 
Mudd, Roger W. 

Muirhead, Nancy Diane 
Mull, Dennis Wayne 
Mull, Myrtle Janice 
Mull, Roger Lewis 
Mullen, John, III 

Mullen, John Davis 

237, 298 
Mullen, Mary Frances 
Muller, Boyce Lee 
Mullinax, Thomas E., Jr 
Mullinnix, Wade C. 

Mullins, Gary Lamar 

Mullins, Victor F. 
Mullis, David Lee 

115 
Mullis, John Arthur 



219 
476 
476 
476 
305 
476 
477 
261 
477 
477 
114 
219 
423 
477 
423 
477 
134 
423 
270 
325 
477 
219 
595 
477 
261 
477 
477 
477 
477 
423 
477 
350 
132 
423 
477 
293 
593 
194 
592 
477 
477 
227 
423 
324 
477 
115 
423 
477 
211 
594 
203 
593 
305 
477 
293 
477 
289 
423 
477 
231 
423 
477 
477 
1G2 
423 
227 
423 
227 
477 
477 
477 
477 
259 
423 
293 
477 
477 
67 
477 
423 



Mumma, Sharon Ann 
Munday, Earl B. 
Munday, Edgar Gray 
Mungo, Horace Milton 
Mungo, Gloria Elaine 
Munn, Henry Basil, Jr. 

281,477, 
Murdock, Dana Raye 
Murdock, Edward C. 

Murphree, Andera J. 
Murphree, Charles M. 
Murphy, Edward Young 

322, 
Murray, Joe H., Jr. 
Murray, Kevin Lloyd 

270, 275, 
Murray, Lawton Edwin 

477, 
Murray, Linda Kay 
Myers, Charles R., Jr. 
Myers, David Mark 

272, 
Myers, Edward Eugene 

Myers, Frank David 
Myers, Frankie R. 
Myers, James H., Jr. 
Myers. Jesse Wm. 

219, 477, 
Myers, Kenneth Wade 
Myers, Michael Lee 

177, 219, 261,477, 
Myers, Marvin R., Jr. 
Myers, Paul Charles 

231, 
Myers, Robert Willis 
Myers, Ronald Wm. 
Myers, Vann Beth 



477 
477 
477 
477 
477 
256 
592 
477 
302 
477 
477 
423 
302 
477 
423 
166 
477 
194 
592 
477 
477 
194 
423 
194 
477 
477 
477 
424 
151 
595 
477 
145 
595 
477 
114 
424 
477 
477 
477 



Najae, Jean Pierre 
Nance, Joseph David 

Neal, James E., Jr. 

Neal, Thommy Yoas 
Neale, Cornelia E. 

Needham, Danette E. 
Needham, Richard S. 

Neel, James Robert 
Neely, Angela 
Neely, Joe Crawford 

Neely, Wm. Heyward, Jr. 

478, 
Neese, Deborah Kay 

Neil, James T. 
Nelson, Charles A. 

Nelson, Gary L. 
Nelson, Peter E. 
Nelson, Wm. Gaffney 
Nepveux, Susan A. 

162, 
Nettles, Harold C. 
Nettles, Roland E. 
Nettles, Ronnie Keith 

Newcomb, Leonard M. 

478, 
Newell, George Taylor 

478, 
Newell, Paul Michael 



477 
162 
477 
309 
477 
477 
275 
478 
424 
114 
424 
478 
478 
293 
478 
238 
598 
132 
478 
478 
67 
478 
478 
424 
478 
156 
478 
478 
478 
312 
478 
214 
595 
194 
592 
114 
478 



Newman, Michael Dean 

281, 
Newton, David Alton 
Newton, Donald Andrew 
Newton, Eric David 
Newton, Gary Stroud 
Newton, Nathan S., Jr. 

238, 424, 598, 
Newton, Ronald Wayne 
Newton, Wm. M. 
Nichol, Lucas L. 
Nicholson, Lee F. 
Nicks, Judith Anne 

222, 258, 313, 
Nilssen, Aase Marie 

Nixon, K. Melinda 

Nixon, John R. 
Noble, Elizabeth J. 
Noel, Mary Frances 
Noffz, James Edward 
Norn's, John Edward 

Norn's, Myra Allan 
Norris, Robert T. 
Norris, Wm. Manly, Jr. 

478, 
Norton, David Bruce 

478, 
Norton, John Croft 

253, 390, 
Norton, Lawrence S. 
Norville, Judith Anne 

Nowakowski, Mark M. 
Nummy, Don Alex 
Nunes, Wilbur Joseph 

Nudvo, Jeffrey Guy 



257 
424 
478 
424 
478 
478 
185 
599 
478 
478 
478 
478 
188 
424 
162 
478 
177 
424 
478 
478 
478 
478 
211 
478 
478 
478 
214 
595 
211 
594 
154 
424 
478 
138 
424 
478 
478 
287 
424 
478 



-O- 

Oakley, Ronald W. 214 

298, 478, 595 

Oates, Larry W. 227 

424 
Oates, Marsha Ruth 166 

478 
Oates, Roy Raymond 478 

Oberg, Dean Robert 478 

Oborn, Richard Louis 161 

255,313,317,349, 385,424 
O'Briant, D. 253 

O'Brien, George P. 296 

O'Brien, Timothy E. 478 

O'Cain, James Carey 478 

O'Connell, Kim J. 478 

O'Connell, Michael A 478 

O'Connor, Wm. Terrell 424 
Odell, Craig F. 478 

Odom, Richard F., Jr. 478 

Oglesby, Tommie M. 211 

424, 594 
Ogletree, Robert 185 

284, 599 
Oglevee, Linda L. 478 

Oliver, Charles R. 478 

Oliver, CharlieS. 478 

Oliver, Lester Ray 238 

424 
Oliver, Ronald Allen 478 

Oliver, Robert E , III 252 

310 
Omahony, Thomas James 478 
O'Neal, Bradley Joel 114 

424 
Orander, Ansel D, Jr. 478 

Ornitz, Barry Louis 424 



Orr, Larry Lynn 
Orr, Walter H. 
Osborne, George 8., Jr. 

Osborne, Guy Laurence 
Osef, Wayne Robert 
Osment, Richard Dale 
Osment, Robert Willis 
Osteen, Mary Ann 
Osteen, Marion C. 
Ostendorff, Wm. Howard 
Oswald, Diane Kirven 
Ott, Francis Mitchell 
Ouzts, Carlton D. 
Ouzts, Ronald Irby 

310 
Overturf, Richard L. 
Owen, Bobby Wayne 
Owen, Gary Lee 

Owen, James H., Jr. 
Owens, Coleman C, Jr. 

Owens, Charles H. 
Owens, Lawrence D. 
Owens, Rebecca E. 

314 
Owens, Roger G. 
Owens, Wylie Tracy 
Oxford, John J., Jr. 

114, 242, 479 
Ozbolt, Bernard R. 

297, 349 
Ozbolt, Gail L. 



478 
478 
261 
478 
478 
425 
477 
47S 
425 
479 
479 
479 
479 
479 
294 
425 
479 
479 
297 
479 
479 
287 
425 
425 
4 79 
222 
479 
114 
4 79 
67 
598 
268 
4 79 
479 



-P- 

Pace, Brenda M. 177 

479 
Pace, Gary 115 

Pace, Jerry Cannon 310 

479 
Pace, Lloyd Wayne 479 

Padgett, Fred McTeer 479 

Padgett, Horace D., Jr. 425 
Page, Bryan C. 310 

425 

Page, Cole Livingston 479 

Page, David D. 194 

479, 592 

Page, Everette Orwig 214 

595 
Page, Garvin Smith 479 

Page, Howard W. 479 

Page, John Dennis, III 177 

479 
Page, Russell Norwood 479 
Paine, Robert Lee 479 

Painter, Kerry Coke 305 

479 
Pajak, FrazerS. 479 

Palmer, Jeffrey Todd 425 

Palmer, Stephen D., Jr. 132 

479 
Palmer, Thomas E. 479 

Palmer, Wm. Riley 425 

Palumbo, Dennis James 479 
Papa, Salvatore Carl 479 

Pappas, George Arthur 132 
312,479 
Pappas, Peter Wm 238 

479, 598 
Parent, Bernie V. 479 

Parham, David Michael 214 
479, 595 
Park, Wm. John. Jr. 479 

Parker, Aubrey Walker 425 
Parker, Claude T. 479 

Parker, Daniel F. 479 







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PAGE 


NAME ^^ PAGE 


NAME PAGE 


NAME PAGE 


NAME PAGE 


Parker, Linda Marie 




222 


Peck, Emily L. 


480 


Pitts, Linda Vesta 


481 


Powell, Timothy H. 


427 


Raffield, Wm. Dunlop 


256 






425 


Pectol, Wm. Donaldson 


480 


Pitts, Michael E. 


481 


Power, Richard C. 


481 


349 


482 


Parker, Larrv V. 




262 


Peddicord, Mary Hill 


480 


Pitts, Robert T., Jr. 


270 


Powers, Churchill C. 


287 


Ragsdale, Edmond M. 


238 






425 


Peden, Albert C, Jr. 


480 




481 




427 


Ragsdale, Jere L. 


234 


Parker, Robert M. 




330 


Peek, Emily Louise 


256 


Pins, Wesley M., Jr. 


293 


Powers, John Bruce 


481 




597 




331 


479 


Peele, Lucas R., Jr. 


425 




481 


Powers, Lee Milton 


481 


Rahim, Sarfaraz 


115 


Parker, Susan E. 




479 


Peeler, Harvey S., Jr. 


191 


Pitts, Wm. Murphy 


481 


Powers, Mitchell R. 


481 


Railton, Dianne D. 


234 


Parker, Stephen L. 




295 


276 


425 


Player, David Alan 


355 


Prather, James L., Jr. 


211 




427 






479 


Peeples, James B., Jr. 


211 




481 


427 


,594 


Raines, James Henry 


482 


Parker, Steven T. 




479 


425, 594 


599 


Player, Irvin A. 


481 


Preacher, James W. 


250 


Raines, Thomas Keith 


482 


Parker, Thales 




479 


Peigler, Richard S. 


302 


Player, Vinroe S. 


283 


Jmt/m ir^ 289,310 


,481 


Rainey, Angela Witt 


482 


Parker, Thomas McC. 


.Jr. 


284 




480 


jL^fc yr ~" 346, 349 


426 


Pregnall, Herbert G. 


481 


Ramage, Albert A., Ill 


482 




331 


479 
479 


Pierce, Benjamin F. 

480 


145 


Player, Warren T. 


426 
277 


Pregwell, Daniel H. 
Prescott, Thomas C. 


481 
482 


Rampey, Bruce Edward 
Ramsey, Arnold Joseph 


482 
427 


Parker, Tony Warren 


593 


Plumblee, Thomas Wm. 


Parker, Wm. Ernest 




479 


Penale, Joseph B. 


480 




481 


Presnell, Edwin Sharp 


481 


Ramsey, Francis D., Jr. 


482 


Parker, Wayne R. 




479 


Pender, Georgia Ann 


177 


Plunkett, Richard E. 


481 


Pressley, Richard S. 


482 


Ramsey, John Charles 


482 


Parks, Claude A. 




317 




480 


Poe, Carl Miller 


481 


Presson, William W. 


231 


Ramsey, McKinney H. 


482 






425 


Pendergrass, Samuel 


293 


Poe, William I\L, Jr. 


148 


272 


,427 


Ramsey, Thomas B. 


482 


Parnell, Joel Dennis 




479 




480 


214,426 


595 


Prestidge, Bruce J. 


482 


Randall, Eric Charles 


482 


Parris, Barbara R. 




479 


Penland, Kenneth A. 


425 


Polatty, James Wilson 


302 


Price, Bruce Walker 


482 


Randolph, Richard D. 


482 


Parris, Robert Paul 




479 


Penney, Thompson E. 


194 




426 


Price, David A. 


302 


Rankin, George David 


427 


Parris, Samuel Albert 




479 




480 


Poling, James F. 


115 




482 


Rapp, Joan Honora 


309 


Parrish, Britt A. 




479 


Pennington, Elizabeth 


207 


227, 266 


426 


Price, Frank John 


482 




482 


Parrish, Robert T. 




479 


426 


594 


Polk, Ernest F., Jr. 


309 


Price, Glen F. 


482 


Rash, Christopher K. 


427 


Parsons, Albert E., Jr 




479 


Pennot, Karen L. 


480 




481 


Price, John Aubrey 


309 


Rast, John L. 


355 


Parsons, Gary Michae 




161 


Perez, Stanley Victor 


350 


Polk, Robin C. 


481 




482 


Ratcliffe, Elizabeth 


482 




256 


479 




426 


Poison, Belinda Kay 


481 


Price, Joseph M. 


482 


Ratcliff, Neil Barnes 


482 


Parsons, James Hiltor 




479 


Perry, Margaret S. 


480 


Pool, Joseph D., Jr. 


481 


Price, Mary J. 


482 


Rath, Alfred Wm. 


482 


Parsons, Molly Susan 




479 


Perry, Robert Edgar 


211 


Poole, Bobby Joe 


426 


Price, Nancy H. 


482 


Ratterree, Charles H. 


227 


Parsons, Stephen Lee 




480 


480 


594 


Poole, Charles K. 


322 


Prickett, Fairey Lee 


482 


427 


,599 


Pate, Charles William 




203 


Perry, Stephen Earle 


480 




481 


Priddy, Ricky Vernon 


427 


Ratterree, John A. 


227 




425 


593 


Peter, Emmett B. 


480 


Poole, Freda M. 


481 


Priddy, Thomas H. 


156 




482 


Patience, Claudia A. 




480 


Peters, William J. 


426 


Poole, James Morrison 


115 




482 


Raugh, Beverly J. 


309 


Patrick, Christian C. 




480 


Peterson, James M. 


480 


199,281,481 


593 


Pridgeon, Douglas L. 


137 


482 


Patrick, Courtney S. 




309 


Petree, David Hoke 


480 


Poole, Sandra M. 


481 


191,482 


,592 


Rauton, George Wm., Ill 


309 


Patrick, Douglas F. 




480 


Petro, Michael 


480 


Poole, Wm. Russell, III 


481 


Pridmore, Robert M. 


427 




482 






592 
480 
177 


Petrusky, Kenneth G. 
Pettit, Raymond H„ Jr. 


426 

67 
480 


Poore, Russell M., Jr. 
Pope, Thomas E. 


481 
265 
426 


Priester, Jon Kenneth 
Prince Brooks R. 


482 
214 
482 


Rawl, Danny Allen 
Rawlinson, Carey L. 


281 
427 
48° 


Patrick, David P. 


Patrick, Dennis Paul 






256 


480 


Pettit, Thomas B., Ill 


480 


Popowski, Jon P. 


214 


Prince, David Cannon 


331 


Ray, George Dewey 


17 


Patrick, John C, III 




480 


Petty, Michael S. 


480 


481 


595 




482 




42/ 


Patrick, Lester R., Jr. 




191 


Philips, George David 


480 


Porges, Russell E. 


426 


Pringle, Charles G. 


2 


31 


Ray, Lawrence Kent 


293 




480 


592 


Phillips, Clarence E. 


480 


Porter, Claude E. 


177 




4 


27 


313 


427 


Patrick, Perry C. 




480 


Phillips, Carolyn M. 


480 




481 


Pringle, Jeffrey C. 


1 


52 


Rayburn, Roland L. 


427 


Patterson, Barry S. 




480 


Phillips, Michael E. 


480 


Porter, Cless F. 


426 




4 


27 


Rayle, Bruce E. 


305 


Patterson, Charlton B 




425 


Phillips, Michael R. 


426 


Porter, David Garvin 


426 


Pritchard, James D. 


4 


32 




482 


Patterson, John A. 




309 


Phillips, OtisC. 


480 


Porter, James E., Ill 


311 


Privitt, Dennis P. 


4 


32 


Raymond, Charles E., Jr. 


483 






425 


Phillips, Randall C. 


426 


Porter, Joseph H. 


481 


Prohaska, Anne M. 


4 


32 


Read, Allen Deas, Jr. 


483 


Patterson, John Edga 


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480 


Phillips, Robert G. 


480 


Porter, Larry Edward 


290 


Prophet, Billy B. 


4 


32 


Rebula Oscar 


132 
483 


Patterson, James 0. 




289 


Phillips, Susan P. 


480 




481 


Puckett, Allen Boyd 


2 


38 








425 


Phillips, Thomas D., Jr. 


480 


Porter, Margaret T. 


481 




4 


32 


Recher, John L. 


483 


Patterson, Michael D 




268 


Phillips, Terry Wayne 


426 


Porter, Oscar S., Ill 


481 


Pundt, Vanderbilt C. 


3 


22 


Reckmeyer C. F., II 


483 






425 


Phi I pott, Larry D. 


287 


Porter, Wm. B. 


481 




4 


27 


Rector, Michael B. 


483 ' 


Patterson, Raymond G. 


480 




426 


Porter, Wm. Lamar 


238 


Pureed, Rodger C. 


4 


32 


Redick, Hugh Edward 


~287 


Patterson, Robert G. 




328 


Piazza, Sandra Jane 


137 




481 


Pursley, Robert D. 


4 


32 




427 


Patterson, Samuel 




203 

593 


177 


480 


Posey, E.S. 


346 


Pusev Edward Stuart 


4 


27 


Reece, Brenda Hinton 
Reece, Oleita Viola 


483 
483 


425 


Pickens, Emily S. 


295 


350 


Putman, Carol D. 


4 


32 


Patton, Debbie Jo 




480 




480 


Pospisil, Carl Frank 


481 


Putnam, James R. 


4 


32 


Reed, Edward C. 


257 


Paulling, Ben Max 




214 

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480 


Pickens, Patricia K. 
Pierce, Ben F. 
Pierce, Clark M. 


480 


Poston Maxine E. 


481 


Putnam, Kathy Wilson 


3 

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4 




427 
177 
428 i 


430 
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203 
481 


Poston, Russell A. 


317 


32 


Reed, George M., Jr. 
Reed, Harry M., Jr. 


Paxton, Harold Fulto 


426 






Pay lor, John H. 




480 


Pierce, Thomas E. 


481 


Poston, Rupert L., Jr. 


481 








Reed, James Thomas 


281 


Payne, Clarence M. 




480 
480 


Pierce, Terry R. 
Pigg, Charles Wm. 


592 
481 
481 


Poteat, Geela Bopeep 
Potocik, David P. 


272 
426 
481 


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Reed, Rebecca L. 


483 ". 


Payne, Henry R. 


Quattlebaum, Harriet 


1 


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261 


483 , 






480 


Pigg, Henry David 


481 


Potts, Wendell Paul 


305 




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428 ^ 


Peace, George Stanley 


480 


Pilgrim, Raymond S. 
Pilo, Richard Joseph 


481 
312 


Poudevigne, Gregory P. 


481 

481 


Quattlebaum, Robert W. 


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32 


Reese, Wm. Mobley 


231 


Peace, Terrell M. 




328 


428 V 






480 


Pinckney, Lila A. 


426 

481 


Powell, Clinton James 
Powell, Harold B., Jr. 


481 
317 


Queen, Jerry Charles 


4, 
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32 

32 


Reid, George T., Jr. 


311 


Peake, David D. 




480 


Queen, Margaret Sue 


483 


Peake, Johnny E. 




480 


Pinson, Connie Blake 


256 




426 


Quinn, James David, Jr. 


2< 


39 


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483 - 


Pearce, Wm. Gregory 




149 


Piotrowsky, James G. 
Pitman, Arthur V. 


481 
481 


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314 


178 
481 
481 


Quinn, Nancy C. 
Quintero, Carlos 


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Reid, Wm. Brewster 
Reidy, Margaret A. 


483 7. 




231 


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480 


483 


Pearre, Charles Ray 


481 


Powell, John A., Ill 


483 


Pearson, Ernest C. 




480 


Pitner, David 
Pittman, James E., Jr. 


227 
325 


Powell, John K. 
Powell, James Rickey 


481 
481 








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Reith, Richard W. 


483 


Pearson, Joseph W. 




480 


483 - 


Pearson, Rebecca E. 




480 




481 


Powell, James T. 


115 


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598 


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480 

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188.207. 258,313, 388 


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481 


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4i 
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32 


Rembold, Wilson K. 
Renfrow, Richard T. 
Rentz, Aaron Wm. 


338 




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594 


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483 




Powell, Roland Ladson 
281 


136 


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272 




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Rhodes, Wm. Boyd, III 

253, 
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Rhymer, William E., Jr. 
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Richardson, Harvey L. 
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Richardson, Thomas M. 
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293, 483 
Richbourg, Henry L., Jr. 

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Rigler, Earl K. 
Riley, Charles J. 
Rimer, James L., Ill 
Rimer, Steve Barry 
Rinehart, Joseph A. 

277, 428 
Riser, Jacob Sidney 

Rish, Harold Grange 
Ritch, Morris Rea, III 

Rivers, Charles Edwin 
Roberson, Stephen G. 
Roberts, Bruce D. 

Roberts, Debra C. 



211 
594 
137 
483 
177 
428 
349 
483 
483 
483 
483 
132 
483 
483 
483 
483 
155 
428 
115 
483 
428 
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483 
282 
428 
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484 
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303 
483 
177 
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483 
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428 
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483 
483 
483 
483 
231 
484 
310 
428 
293 
299 
428 
428 
484 
281 
484 
484 



Roberts, Jae. A. 
Roberts, John E., Ill 

293, 
Roberts, Janice Rae 
Roberts, Maxine C. 
Roberts, Samuel K. 

Robertson, James Van 

Robey, Robert Harvey 
Robinett, Jon Harold 

Robinett, Sharon Dale 
Robins, Harriet V. 

258, 313, 
Robinson, Connie J. 
Robinson, Carol P. 
Robinson, Donald W. 
Robinson, Gilbert C. 
Robinson, Gerald Hall 

Robinson, George S. 
Robinson, Joseph Dean 
Robinson, Larry M. 
Robinson, Teresa J. 

Robinson, Thomas L. 
Robinson, Thomas M. 
Robinson, Wm. Edward 

264,281, 
Rochester, Donald E. 
Rochester, Douglas D. 
Rochester, Dewey P. 
Rochester, Joseph R. 
Rockwell, Jeffrey C. 

429, 
Rodelsperger, Edward 
Rodgers, Barbara F. 

Rodgers, John H., Jr. 
Roediger, Charles L. 

429 
Roeser, John D. 

Rogers, Barbara Lynn 
Rogers, Dan Milton E. 

261 
Rogers, Donald Ray 
Rogers, Edwin Bruce 

Rogers, FreidaJean 
Rogers, Jacob Rhodes 

Rogers, Jackie Thomas 
Rogers, Kathryn H. 
Rogers, Patricia D. 
Rogers, Phillip D. 

Rogers, Robert M. 

Rogers, Virginia A. 
Rogers, Wm. Terry 
Roller, Thomas B. 

Rollins, Steve E. 
Rollinson, John Larry 
Romansky, John B., Jr. 

Rominger, Linda Faye 
Roff, Ronald Wingard 

281,429 
Root, Douglas A. 



Roper, Douglas P., 
Roper, Elizabeth 
Rosebrock, Del A. 
Ross, Cathy A. 
Ross, David H. 
Ross, Donald Neal 
Ross, Danny Ray 



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227 
428 
484 
484 
355 
484 
293 
428 
428 
352 
484 
484 
234 
428 
428 
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484 
484 
294 
484 
355 
484 
484 
138 
484 
484 
484 
262 
428 
429 
484 
484 
484 
211 
594 
484 
222 
484 
484 
203 
593 
331 
484 
429 
214 
429 
484 
317 
484 
484 
277 
429 
484 
484 
484 
328 
429 
211 
484 
484 
484 
484 
592 
484 
484 
352 
484 
429 
214 
595 
355 
484 
484 
484 
429 
484 
484 
484 
484 



Ross, Glenn Homer 

Ross, Helen J. 
Ross, Harriet Lynn 

484, 
Ross, Jack, III 

Ross, James Linwood 
Ross, John N. 

429, 
Ross, Kathleen Marie 
Ross, Philip B., Jr. 
Rostron, Patricia L. 
Roth, Paul Edward 
Roth, Ronald Davison 
Rothwell, Stephen B. 

Roup, Gail Marie 
Rouse, Rebecca T. 
Rowe, Michael E. 
Rowell, Jeff Willard 

Rowell, Phillip James 
Rowland, David H. 

Rowland, George C. 
Rubich, Edward M. 
Ruff, Albert M. 

Ruff, Faye L. 
Rukat, Joseph Antoni 

Rule, Kathleen S. 
Rumph, Dale H. 
Rumph, Scott W. 
Rumple, Charlie 
Runion, James Bennett 

485 
Runyon, Ronald Damon 

Rush, Barry A. 

Rush, Lawrence Eugene 
Rush, Susan E. 

Rusher, Richard 
Russ, David Wayne 
Russ, Rhonda Earle 
Russell, Barry Wm. 

Russell, Donald E. 

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Russell, James, III 

Russell, Patricia L. 
Russell, Stephen A. 
Russell, Wm. Bruce 
Rutland, Charles R. 

Rutland, David S. 
Rutter, Kirk D. 
Rydarowski, Richard 



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Sadowski, David L. 
Saggus, Patricia Ann 
Same, Wally D. 
Saitta, David Victor 
Sajeski, Anthony C. 
Salters, Samuel A. 
Samuelson, Craig Eric 
Sanborn, Carol Lee 
Sandberg, Steven A. 
Sanders, Darryl Paul 

Sanders, Gloria Jean 



298 
429 
484 
234 
597 
114 
484 
484 
219 
595 
484 
484 
484 
484 
484 
299 
484 
484 
484 
485 
328 
429 
485 
290 
485 
485 
115 
265 
485 
485 
114 
485 
485 
485 
485 
114 
214 
595 
309 
485 
330 
485 
485 
293 
485 
352 
485 
485 
323 
485 
67 
485 
284 
429 
485 
485 
485 
281 
429 
485 
485 
429 



290 
485 
429 
485 
485 
485 
485 
485 
485 
485 
485 
290 
429 
485 



Sanders, Guy S., Ill 

Sanders, James R., Jr. 
Sanders, Linda Beth 
Sandifer, Johnny B. 

Sandri, Mark Gregory 
Sands, Robert Roy 

Sanger, Reed C 
San Miguel, Barbara A 
Sanguinito, Charles J. 
Sansone, Donald A. 
Sansonetti, Eric J. 

Sargent, Michael D. 
Sasser, David T. 
Satcher, Edwin G. 
Satterfield, Larry S. 

Sauls, Shellie McRoy 
Saunders, Alvin E., Jr. 



132 
429 
429 
485 
194 
592 
485 
309 
485 
485 
485 
485 
485 
162 
485 
485 
485 
485 
328 
485 
485 
194 
485, 592 



Savage, Dorothy Ann 
Saverance, Jane A. 
Saverance, Jean M. 
Saverance, Laura G. 
Saverance, Wm. Dawson 



485 
136 
485 
485 
429 



Savitsky, Olga G. 485 

Sawyer, Thomas W. 250 

294, 303, 430 



Saylor, Donald Carter 
Saylor, Rodney John 
Scarborough, James 
Scarborough, Robert L. 
Scarborough, Robert L. 
Scates, Richard E., Jr. 
Scheibel, Timothy J. 
Scherler, William B. 

Schichler, Ernest A. 
Schielke, Dale Roy 
Schiesser, Janis Lynn 
Schilling, Frederick 
Schmidt, Kenneth Wm. 



Schmidt, Robert C, Jr. 



485 
310 
219 
485 
485 
485 
485 
281 
430 
430 
430 
485 
485 
305 
430 
275 



Schneider, Dana Paul 
Scheider, Josh F. 



Schneider, Raymond H. 



Schreiber, Max Moise 



Schroeder, Richard H. 



Schulley, Randolph P. 



Schulz, Howard L. 



Schultz, Sherryl A. 



Schumacher, Otto H. 
Schumacher, Susan 



283, 485 
485 
114 
486 
293 
430 
242 
598 
115 



297 

486 
290 
486 
275 
486 
486 
138 



207, 486, 594 



Schuster, Charles E. 
Schwab, David R. 
Scoggins, John Robert 

Scott, Benjamin L. 
Scott, Charles Dukes 
Scott, Daniel Boone 
Scott, John D. 

Scott, John M. 

Scott, Julius G., Jr. 
Scott, Judd Keith 
Scott, Mary Seabrook 



486 
486 
309 
486 
486 
486 
486 
309 
430, 592 
302 
486 
486 
486 
486 



Scott, Peter George 

Scott, Ronald F. 
Scott, Thomas B. 

Scott, Vera Ann 
Scott, Wm. Thomas 

317,486 
Screws, Julia Carter 
Scruggs, Eleanor E. 
Scruggs, Wm. Bryan 
Scurry, Thomas F. 

Sea, Charles Perry 
Sears, John Michael 
Sease, David Burton 

Sease, James E. 

Seawright, Stanley B. 
Seay, Martha Ann 

253 
Seegars, Pollianne 
Seel, Eulalie Y. 
Seelke, Ralph W. 

Seesman, Paul Andrew 
Sefick, Stephen A. 
Segars, Robert M. 

Seifried, Bruce 
Seigler, Eddie W., Ill 
Self, John White 
Self, William M. 

430, 
Selfridge, Jacqueline 
Sellars, Robert M. 
Senn, Nathaniel Bruce 

Sentell, Garland D. 
Settle, John E., Jr. 
255, 267, 346, 347, 349, 

Seveno, Pierre Lucien 
Severs, John M. 

214 
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Seyle, Walter L., II 
Shackelford, Charles 

Shank, Gary L. 
Shannon, Kathy 
Shannon, Wm. Stephen 
Sharp, Charles W„ Jr. 
Sharp, Don C, III 

185, 310,430,594 
Sharpe, Hugh Paley 
Sharpe, Raymond D. 
Sharpe, Wilbur F., Jr. 
Sharpton, Robert C. 

Shaw, Patricia L. 
Shaw, Randolph G. 

Shealy, Donald Thomas 
Shealy, Grady Irby 
Shealy, James P., Ill 

324 
Shealy, John Wm. 
Shealy, Mary E. 
Sheldon, Robert W., Jr. 

350 
Shell, Robert C. 
Shelley, Allen B. 

486 
Shelley, Frank J. 

Shelley, George R., II 
Shelley, Willie C, Jr. 



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312 
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430 
486 
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297 
486 
486 
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142 


Singletary, Glen E. 


264 


255.261,265, 31 1 


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305 


431 


Sheppard, David C. 


270 


Singletary, Robert B. 


487 


Sheppard, David W. 


487 


Singleton, David Lee 


487 


Sheppard, Tom P. 


487 


Singleton, Giles F. 


138 


Sherard, Wm. Hale, III 


295 




431 


Sheriff, VictoriaS. 


487 


Singleton, Nancy R. 


487 


Sherman, Larry Don 


487 


Singley, Jane V. 


487 


Shertzer, Theodore P. 


430 


Sink, Robert Edward 


114 


Sherwood, George B. 


261 




487 




487 


Sistare, Raymond E. 


156 


Shewfelt, Robert L. 


250 




487 


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Skardon, Beverly Ann 


487 


Shields, John P. 


114 


Skelton, Edward 


115 




431 


Skelton, Elizabeth J. 


487 


Shinners, Arthur J. 


487 


Skelton, Linda Elaine 


487 


Shirer, Heywood Obed 


301 


Skelton, Richard B. 


487 




431 


Skidmore, Thomas Dee 


487 


Shirley, Linda J. 


487 


Skilton, Walter F. 


67 


Shirley, Sharon F. 


431 


283 


431 


Shirley, Wm. Michael 


281 


Skinner, Joe Mac 


487 




487 


Skipper, Charles E. 


488 


Shish, Paul Richard 


114 


Slabaugh, James A. 


115 




487 




488 


Shoemake, John M. 


487 


Slate, Donald A. 


211 


Shongo, Robert D., Jr. 


487 


431 


594 


Shope, Neil G. 


487 


Slater, James C. 


488 


Shorb, Gary Seymour 


487 


Slaton, Thomas Marion 


211 


Shugart, Henry L. 


322 


431 


594 




487 


Slaughter, Donald C. 


488 


Shuler, Baron Karl 


487 


Sliker, Nancy Jean 


488 


Shuler, Charles M., Jr. 


487 


Sloan, John Wilson, Jr. 


355 


Shuler, Donna Kay 


487 




488 


Shuler, Donna Renee 


487 


Sloan, Michael Joel 


156 


Shuler, Farle 


y 


219 




488 


Shuler, Geor 


ge David 


487 


Sloan, Nanette Claire 


488 


Shuler, Hubf 


rT. 


290 


Sloan, Paula E. 


234 








Ann 


597 


Shuler, Jame 


sM. 


355 


Sloan, Thoma 


sL. 


488 






487 


Sloan, Wm. H 


enry 


431 


Shuler, Jaspf 


r Wm. 


487 


Slosarik, Bria 


lE. 


488 


Shuler, Keit 


lC. 


487 


Smart, Georg 


j R. 


488 


Shuler, Male 


olm Duane 


431 


Smalser, Rob 


>rt L. 


250 


Shuler, Ted 


Howard 


487 




346 


431 


Shull, Thorn 


as S., Jr. 


177 


Smathers, Ro 


bert Todd 


431 


431 


,487 


Smith, Allen 


Darby 


231 


Shumpert, Clyde S. 


276 






431 




487 


Smith, Bruce C. 


114 


Shute, James Edwin 


487 




488 


Siachos, Vickie 


487 


Smith, Bobby E. 


211 


Sibley, Charles Acker 


268 




488 


297, 48" 


,592 


Smith, Boyce E., Jr. 


488 


Siciliano, Gary E. 


487 


Smith, Connie 


488 


Sickinger, Wm. Craig 


355 


Smith, Carl Bruce 


488 




487 


Smith, Clarence H„ III 




Sidrony, Andrew G. 


227 


Smith, David M. 


488 




431 


Smith, David R. 


488 


Siebert, Michael C. 


161 


Smith, Deborah Gail 


488 




487 


Smith, Donna Jean 


488 


Siedschlag, Everett W. 


431 


Smith, Donna Kay 


488 


Silance, Robert T. 


355 


Smith, Eugene A., Jr. 


67 




487 


114 


,431 


Sillivant, Richard E 


293 


Smith, Francis M. 


488 




487 


Smith, Gain D. 


488 


Simmons, Kenneth B., Jr 


. 231 


Smith, George A. 


488 




431 


Smith, George G., Jr. 


488 


Simmons, K. Elizabeth 


138 




592 


207, 48" 


',594 


Smith, Garland L. 


313 


Simmons, Nancy Faye 


487 


Smith, Gerald Wade 


431 


Simmons, Richard Dean 


281 


Smith, Harold Allen 


488 




431 


Smith, Hazle Anne 


488 


Simpson, David M 


487 


Smith, Henry Joe 


431 


Simpson, Henry Glenn 


437 


Smith, Harvey T. 


309 


Simpson, James M. 


299 


Smith, James H. 


432 




487 


Smith, John Martin 


488 


Simpson, Mary Louise 


487 


Smith, Jerry Riley 


282 


Simpson, Steven Ira 


487 




488 


Sims, Mark Anthony 


431 


Smith, Jackie Weyman 


1 14 


Sinclair, Stephen D. 


48 


7 


255 


431 


Singletary, Frank Joe 


43 


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Smith, Jack W., Jr. 


488 










Smith, Jeffre 


/Vl. 


488 



Smith, Kirby Hatten 

Smith, Kelly Steve 
Smith, Larry Gene 

Smith, Lisa Jane 
Smith, Martha Ann 
Smith, Michael D. 

155,294, 
Smith, Marcus Eugene 

Smith, Norman Keith 
Smith, orris A. 
Smith, Patricia A. 
Smith, Roger B. 
Smith, Roger Dennis 

Smith, Ronnie Delano 
Smith, Robert Holland 

488, 
Smith, Reginald K. 
Smith, Richard Keels 
Smith, Raoul Lawrence 
Smith, Ronald Wm. 
Smith, Sally Ann 

Smith, Selma D. 
Smith, Samuel Edward 
Smith, Sidney T. 
Smith, Thomas Burwell 

Smith, Theron Collier 
Smith, Tony Lee 
Smith, Thomas M. 

325, 
Smith, Tommy Perkins 

Smith, Voctor E. 
Smith, Wayne Bryan 
Smith, Walter H., Jr. 

Smoak, Charles K., Jr. 

Smoak, Deborah Lynn 
Smoral, Vince Chester 
Snell, Frederick J., Jr. 
Snider, Eric H. 



330 
432 



488 
114 
488 
273 
488 
488 



310 
488 
432 
199 
593 
306 
488 
432 
488 
222 
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488 
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Spearman, Billie M. 
Spells, Nathaniel 



115 
488 
227 
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488 
432 
432 
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Snipes, John Daniel 488 

Snipes, Wm. Grady 489 

Snoody, John Drummond 305 
489 
Snow, Doris Ann 
Snow, Donald Dean 
Snow, Harrison D. 
Snyder, Michael Lee 



432 
489 
489 
352 
489 
489 
131 
234, 258. 293, 385, 430, 597 



Snyder, Robert F. 
Sobczyk, Rowena Gail 



Sokohl, John Roberts 

Solomons, Algernon G. 
Somerville, Andrew D. 
Sorenson, Donnie Ray 
Sottile, Charlotte L. 

Southerland, John I. 

Southerlin, Kenneth G 
Sowell, Thornwell F. 
Sowling, T. 
Sox, John T., Jr. 
Spangler, Ronald N. 
Spann, Samuel R., Jr. 

Sparks, John Erston 
Sparks, Richard L. 

Sparrow, James B. 
Spearman, Brenda G. 



114 
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489 
132 

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114 
432 
489 
489 
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489 
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489 
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303, 432 
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Spencer, Frederick R. 
Spencer, Frank W., Ill 
Spencer, Sidney W. 
Spencer, Thomas J. 



432 
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231 
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Stakeman, Kathe Lane 489 

Standeffer, Joseph D. 

Stanfield, Ted W. 

Stankiewicz, John Jay 

Stanley, John 

Stanley, Linda C. 

Stanley, Tad Allan 



Spetnagel, Theodore J. 

Spinella, Peter P. 
Spivey, Henry R. 
Spradley, Jerry Wayne 
Spreen, Raymon P. 
Sprouse, John Daniel 
Squires, Harold T. 

St. Andre, Daniel M. 
Staedeli, Janet M. 

Stafford, Charles C. 

Stahlkuppe, Carol L. 



Starling, Lynn B. 

Starnes, Wm. Julian 
Stash, Sandra 
Stecher, Clark K., Jr. 
Steed, Roy Allen 
Steed, Steve Keith 



489 
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489 
114 
489 
261 
349, 489 
272 
489 
489 
222 
489 
489 
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489 
257 
250 



Steele, Clyburn Scott 

Steele, William J. 

Steer, John Richard 

255, 261, 273, 276, 294, 303 

489, 592 

Stegall, Donald Terry 432 

Stein, Mary Susan 489 

Stein, Nancy Marie 138 

489 
489 
489 
328 
489 
355 
489 
489 
203 
432, 593 

Stepp, Richard Monroe 432 

Sterling, James M. 

Stevens, James E. 

Stevenson, Frances W 

Stewart, Arden Wm. 



Stender, Louis Albert 
Stenstrom, Michael K. 
Stephens, Gary D. 

Stephens, Michael G. 

Stephens, Paula M. 
Stephens, Ronald K. 



Stewart, Barry Lee 
Stewart, Charles D. 
Stewart, Carl Robert 
Stewart, Dwight L., Jr. 



489 
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489 
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432 
489 
490 
490 
250 



268, 273, 297, 432 



Stewart, Frederick M. 
Stewart, James E., Jr. 
Stewart, James M., Jr. 
Stewart, Kenneth J. 
Stewart, Michael T. 



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Stewart, Robert L. 



Stewart, Tessa Leah 



Stickles, Van Abram 
Stinson, Jack A., Jr. 



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Stith, John M. 

Stoddard, Thomas B. 
Stoddard, Wesle.y A. 

Stokely, Dave R., Jr. 
Stokely, Morgan M. 
Stokes, Anthony D. 
Stokes, James Leonard 
Stoll, Charles V., Jr. 
Stone, Brice Morris 

Stone, James Hubert 
Stone, Nelwyn L. 

Stone, Paul Terry 
Storen, Louis E., Jr. 
Storey, Wallace A. 
Stoudenmire, Mark S. 
Stover, Virginia Anne 

Strauss, Maurice A. 

Strayer, Phillip N. 

Street, Frank R. 
Street, Marianna B. 
Strehle, Frank E., Jr. 



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Stribling, Eugene G. 

Strickland, Bennie 
Strickland, Cynthia D. 

Strickland, Watson S. 

Strieter, Stephen L. 
Stroble, Michael D. 
Stroman, David R. 

Strong, Wm. Leroy 

Stroud, Jack Allen, Jr. 

Stroud, Lawrence E. 

Stroup, Phyllis Anne 
Stroupe, Wm. Bruce 



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Stuart, James 
Stuart, Karen Ellis 
Stuart, Wm. Robert 



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Stuckey, Herbert E. 
Stuckey, Henry M. 
Sturgis, Sallie Ann 



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Sturgis, Wm. Gary 433 

Stutts, Timothy W. 490 

Suber, John Thomas, Jr. 115 

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Suggs, Arthur D. 490 

Suit, Tommy Scott 250 

268, 433 

Sullivan, Benjamin R. 490 

593 

Summerford, Thomas A. 490 

Sursavage, James R. 114 

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Susini, Dominic J. 490 

Sutherland, Danny Ray 261 

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Sutker, Beth Diane 

Sutterfield, Stephen 
Sutton, Joseph Wayne 
Sutton, Melinda Jean 
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Sweeney, Michael Lane 284 
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Swindell, James R. 149 

433 

Swink, Marion Gray 199 

295, 490, 593 

Swygert, Cromwell 490 

Sykes, James E. 490 



Talbert, Edgar Leland 

Talbert, Robert James 
Talbert, Thomas W., Jr. 
Tallon, David Terrell 
Talmage, Thomas D., Jr. 

Tamsberg, John B. 

Tavelle, Frances E. 
Tawes, George Dana 
Taylor, Billy Askins 
Taylor, David Elmer 
Taylor, Fred Stephen 
Taylor, James B., Jr. 



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Taylor, Joseph Gregg 

Taylor, James W., Jr. 
Taylor, Larry C. 
Taylor, Michael B. 



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Taylor, Mark N. 
Taylor, Stanley D. 
Taylor, Stephen E. 
Taylor, Stephen Hoy 
Taylor, Thomas D. 



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Taylor, Terry Wayne 
Taylor, Wm. David 
Taylor, Wm. Randolph 

491, 593 

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433 

Templeton, James L. 433 

Tennant, Mark Harris 264 

287, 433 



Teague, Allen Long 



Teal, Richard D. 



Tedcastle, Robert A. 



Tennent, Charles H. 

Terry, Donald K. 
Terry, Mary Jane 
Terry, Robert Cooper 
Terry, Rebecca L. 
Terry, Wm. David 

Thackston, Connie Jo 
Thames, Wm. M., Ill 
Theiling, Dale L. 



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Thigpen, James C. 



Thoma, Lawrence D. 
Thomas, Bernard C 



Thomas, Charles M. 
Thomas, Dave 
Thomas, Edward Marsh 
Thomas, George C. 

Thomas, Goodwin G . Jr. 
Thomas, Harry Arthur 

Thomas, Julie Ann 
Thomas, James Ritter 

Thomas, Richard G. 



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Thomas, Sarah Ann 
Thomas, Terry R. 
Thomas, Virginia Ann 
Thomas, Wm. Anderson 
Thomas, Wm. Rutledge 
Thomason, Eric Keith 
Thomason, Teresa Lynn 
Thomlinson, M. 
Thompson, Chas. Evans 
Thompson, David Frank 



491 
491 
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434 
491 
491 
313 
592 
114 



Tomsyck, John C. 492 

Tompkins, Herbert P. 199 

492, 593 



Thompson, David W. 
Thompson, Jamesine E 



306,491 
309 
491 
177 



434 
177 
138 



Thompson, James M., Jr 
Thompson, James Wm. 

301,491 

Thompson, Larry S. 491 

Thompson, Marion C. 255 

313, 387,434, 592 

Thompson, Philip C. 261 

491,592 



Thompson, Robert W. 

Thompson, Steven H. 
Thompson, Sara Lee 
Thompson, Tanis D. 
Thompson, William E. 

Thompson, Wm. Walter 

Thomson, Robert G. 
Thomson, Wm. Ray 
Thorny, David Abraham 

Thorne, Michael D. 
Thorneloe, Wm. Frank 
Thornhill, John G. 



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434 
349 
434 
491 
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142 
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491,595 
Thornton, Jerry McD. 491 
Thornton, Robert R. 434 

Thrailkill, Wm. David 491 

Thrasher, Christopher 491 

Threatt, Stephanie G. 491 

Threatte, John W. 492 

Thrower, Richard M. 492 

Tibbs, Harry David 185 

434, 593, 599 
Tiller, Randolph M., Jr. 492 
Tillirson, Michael L. 317 

328, 492 

Tillman, Katherine E. 177 

434 

Tillman, William G. 434 

Tillotson, Deborah R. 207 

492, 594 
Tillotson, Herman W. 214 

492, 595 
Timmer, Wayne Francis 492 
Timmons, Jerry R. 
Timms, Charlene Ma 



Timpson, Gill D. 
Tinsley, Wm. Wood 

Tizzano, Michael T. 
Todd, Albert C. 
Todd, Dale Tommie 
Todd. Charles McC. 
Todd, James R. 

Todd, Jimmy Wayne 

Todd, Leroy 

Todd, Murray Redmon 

Tolbert, George Wm. 

Tolley, Charles R. 



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290 
492 
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177 
277 
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349 
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Tomioka, Masahiro K 



492 
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242 
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492 
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434 
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Trice, Nicholas Ray 162 

281,492 

Triolo, Anthony Carl 317 

492 

Triplett, Laurence E. 



Toney, Deborah J. 
Toole, George Allen 
Toole, Giles Pearson 
Tooley, George R. 
Tornstrom, John P. 
Tortora, Agostino P. 
Touchstone, Wm. Allen 

Towery, Al McCurry 
Townsend, Debbie I. 
Townsend, Edward C. 
Townsend, Ronald P. 
Trammell, Vernon A., Jr 
Traylor, Hartwell H. 
Traynham, John David 

Traynham, Jerry Wayne 
Treese, Mark Lee 
Trembley, James M. 



Tripp, Gayle Lee 
Tripp, Sara Gene 
Tripp, Sally 

Trivelas, Chris N. 

Trotter, Mary Jane 



Trout, Sue Ellen 
Troutman, Chalmers E 
Truesdale, Robert C. 
Truluck, Bonnie Jane 



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Truluck, John F. 
Truman, Wm. Edward 
Trussell, Edgar E. 

Trythall, Wm. David, Jr. 
Tucker, Clinton M. 
Tucker, David Albert 
Tucker, Jean Carol 
Tucker, James W., Jr. 



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Tucker, John Wotring 

Tucker, Wade Roy 
Turner, Adger Lee 
Turner, Brian T. 
Turner, Edward Jay 

Turner, Joseph J., Jr. 



Turner, John Parnell 

Turner, Karen E. 
Turner, Michael Leroy 
Turner, Rebecca Jo 
Turner, Richard M., Jr. 

Turner, Richard W. 
Turner, Samuel L., Jr. 
Turner, Timothy W. 



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Turner, Valerie Arden 
Turner, Wm. Philip 
Tusso, Robert Joseph 

493, 592 
Tuttle, Diane E. 207 

493, 594 
Twilley, Wm. Edward, Jr. 493 
Twitty, Ronald David 493 

Tyler, Jean K. 493 




Tyler, John Timothy 303 

493 

Tyson, Carole Nan 207 

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Underhill, Ronald R. 



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Urquhart, Colin James 242 

493, 598 

Usry, Stephen A. 145 

214,493 



Unger, Lawrence Lee 
Unger, Vickie Sue 
Ur, Alexander III 



Valesky, Thomas C. 
Vallentine, Jack Gray 
Van Allen, William W. 
Van Osdell, Douglas W. 

281, 
Van Volkenburg, David 

Vann, Charles S. 
Vaughan, Leslie G. 
Vaughan, Michael A. 
Vaughan, Richard Carl 

214 
Vaughn, Frank R. 
Vaughn, James Wm. 
Vaughn, Kenneth S. 
Vaughn, Richard Felix 
Vaughn, Randall P. 
Venable, Joe Hudson 
Verdee, Peter Richard 

Vernon, Jack Spruill 

493 
Verross, Wm. Edward 

261, 262,293, 313 
Vetter, Kenneth F 
Vignate, Joseph E. 
Visconti, Lawrence B. 

Visioli, Drew J. 
Vogel, Frank Howard 
Vogler, John Thomas 
Vollherbst, Fred F. 
Von Hollen, James M. 
Von Roemer, Arthur H. 

Vroome, Ray L. 



Wackwitz, James H. 

1 
Waddell, Douglas E. 
Waddell, Phillip Mc. 
Waddell, Timothy F. 
Wade, John L. 
Waesche, Frank Shaw 
Walden, William R. 

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Waldrep, James E. 
Waldrep, Julian S., Jr. 
Waldrep, Samuel M. 

Walfield, Ronald A. 
Walker, David Arthur 
Walker, David W. 
Walker, Davis Camp 
Walker, Dorothy E. 
Walker, David Wilkins 



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Walker, Jack Odell 

Walker, John Thomas 
Walklet, Philip E. 

Wall, Glenn E. 

Wall, Wm. Timmerman 

268, 493, 

Wall, Walter Virgil 

297,310, 

Waller, Donald Neal 

Wallmo, A. Charles 

493, 

Walpole, Douglas L. 

Walser, James Lindsey 

Walter, Alan C. 

Walters, James David 
Walters, John Wm. 
Walters, George G. 

Walters, Henry M, 

Walters, Johnnie J. 
Walters, Jack L. 
Walters, Theodore Wm, 
Waltman, George S. 

Waltz, Freddie C. 
Wannamaker, Rebecca C. 
Ward, Johnson H. 
Ward, Michael Carey 
Ward, Raleigh O., Jr. 
Wardlaw, David Allen 

Wardlaw, Robert S. 
Wardlaw, Wm. Guyton 
Ware, WilliamS., Jr. 

266, 
Warlick, William M. 
Warner, John Hampton 

293, 294, 
Warner, Wm. Reece 

294 
Warren, Angus H. 

Warren, Emily B. 

Warren, James Dyson 
Warren, John N., Jr. 

494 
Warren, Katherine C. 
Warren, Rufus R. 
Waters, Charles Tutan 

266, 435 
Waters, Jerry Craig 
Waters, John Michael 



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George Leon 

Kathy Cheryl 

Mary Frances 

Thomas F. 

Walter J. 

Wm. James 
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211,494 
Chris M. ^^^ 
Clyde Turner 
James C. 
Jerry S., Jr. 
Joseph P. 
Michael S. 
Robert L. 
Roderick M. II 



Watson, Sherrill L. 
Watson, Thomas H. 



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Watson, Willia Ira 
Watters, Douglas G. 

Watts, Larry E. 
Watts, Lawrence S. 
Watts, Patrick Robert 

Watts. Sanders J. 
Watts, Waldo 
Wayne, Patricia B. 

Weathers, Henry F., Jr. 

Weathers, John Owen 
Weathers, Kenneth J. 

Weathers, Lawrence L. 
Weaver, Ernest Wm., Jr. 
Weaver, John Jacob 
Weaver, Nelson Taylor 

270, 436 
Weaver, Priscilla A. 
Webb, Henry Michael 

Webb, William D.317 

436 

Webster, William C.^J 

436, 
Weddell, Peter F|Tj 

Weeks, Barbara L. ■ 
Weeks, Calvin Ft., Jr. 

114,238, 
Weeks, Preston H., Jr. 
Weeks, Thomas J., Jr. 
Weinbrenner, Thomas T. 
Weisensee, Frank J. 
Weisner, Patricia A. 
Welborn, Barbara Anne 

Welborn, James M. 
Welborn, Julius W. Ill 
Welborn, Lynn Charles 

Welch, Henry Daniel 
Welch, Howard J. 
Welch, Robert L. 
Welchel, D. 
Wells, Barbara B. 

Wells, Connie E. 

Wells, Jerome Colvin 

261,495, 
Wells, James Larry 
Wells, Wayne Carter 

Welsh, Laura Sue 
Welsh, Stephen Leigh 
Welsh, Thomas S. 

Wempe, Ralph Edward 
Wennersten, Robert S. 

Wenz, Edward A. 
Werner, Charles M., Jr. 

114,266, 
Werts, Richard B. 
Wessinger, Ernest R. 
Wessinger, John H. 
West, Eugene M., Jr. 

436. 
West, James Erskine 
West, Jerry J. 
West, Robert P. 

West, Thomas H. 
West, Virginia Lee 

West, Walter D. 
Westbrook, James F. 



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Westbury, James K., Jr. 

Westmoreland, Delwin 
Westmoreland, Mary K. 

Weston, Jeffrey M. 

Wharton, John Earl 

Whatley, Keith E. 
Whatley, Keith W. 

436 
Whatley, Pierce L. 

Wheatley, Lee E. 
Wheatley, Robert C. 

Wheeler, George D. 

311,436, 
Wheeler, John Hugh 

495, 
Wheeler, James J. Ill 
Wheeler, Richard D. 

Whelchel, Don Vance 
Whetsell, David M. 
Whetstone, Charles Wm. 

White, Craig N. 

White, Killough H. 

White, Phyllis Ann 
White, Paul McLelland 
White, Robert Bruce 

White, Ronnie Bouie 
White, Raymond E., Jr. 
White, Roger Wayne 

White, Samuel Boyd 

White, Stephen H. 

White, Scott M. 
White, Thelma L. 

White, Thomas Robert 
White, Worthyln Agnes 
Whitener, John Alan 
Whitener, Marilyn S. 
Whitesell, Ralph E. 
Whitfield, Michael L. 

Whitlock, Bruce E. 

Whitmire, Charles G. 

495, 
Whitmire, Judith A. 
Whitney, Robert K. 

253, 
Whin, Raymond R., Jr. 
Whittaker, David M. 

268, 297, 
Whitten, Cecelia E. 
Whittington, E. Ruth 
Whittington, Forrest 

Wicker, Grady Daniel 

Wiechnik, Dennis M. 
Wiggers, Daniel S. 

Wiggins, Donald A. 

324, 
Wiggins, Mary K. 
Wiggins, Robert Lee 
Wilburn, William D., Jr. 

436, 
Wilcox, Julie Anne 
Wiley, Joseph J. Ill 



330 
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495 
177 
495 
349 
495 
257 
436 
495 
199 
593 
309 
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250 
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281 
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114 
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322 
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191 
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355 
495 
289 
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275 
436 
495 
177 
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114 
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301 
495 
214 
595 
495 
167 
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495 
250 
495 
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290 
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306 
495 
436 
266 
495 
114 
495 
495 
495 
219 
595 
495 
495 



Wiley, Richard Lee 
Wiley, Vivian Jeanne 

Wilfinger, Wm. Joseph 
Wilkins, Robert T. 

1 
Wilkinson, Robert M. 
Wilier, Jay Stepeh 

Williams, Ann L. 

Williams, David Frank 

Williams, Debra Lee 
Williams, Donna Sue 
Williams, Edgar G. 
Williams, Fran 
Williams, Harrison J. 
Williams, John Fred 
Williams, James H. 

Williams, John K. 
Williams, John L. 



Williams, 
Williams, 
Williams, 
Williams, 
Williams, 
Williams, 
Williams, 
Williams, 
Williams, 



Judith Lynn 
James N., Jr. 
James R. 
Mark R. 
Melvin Z. 
Norman F. 
Nancy L. 
Norman R. 
Ronnie A. 



Williams, Russell S. 

Williams, Robert T. 
Williams, Samuel F., Jr. 
Williams, Terry E. 
Williams, Walter L. 
Williamson, Darra D. 

392, 437 
Williamson, Gene R. 
Williamson, Howard D. 

Williamson, James F. 

437 
Williamson, Wm. P. 
Willis, Perry D. 

Willoughby, Warren D. 
Wilson, Arnold D. 
Wilson, Allison L. 
Wilson, Carole Betts 

496 
Wilson, Curtis Dean 
Wilson, Charla L. 
Wilson, Donald Carson 
Wilson, Douglas Craig 

340 
Wilson, Erica Jean 
Wilson, Fred Guy 
Wilson, Garland K. 
Wilson, Janice E. 



496 



Wilson, John Edward 
Wilson, James Lewis 

Wilson, Keith Maxwell 

Wilson, Peggy Lynn 
Wilson, Ralph E. 
Wilson, Ray L., Jr. 

Wilson, Richard P. 
Wilson, Robert R. 
Wilson, Robert Shaw 

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Wilson, Wayne E. 
Wilson, Wm. Gaines 
Wimberly, Harry C. 



495 
177 
495 
496 
115 

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496 
114 
437 
177 
437 
349 
437 
496 
496 
496 
496 
496 
496 
317 
496 
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130 
496 
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294 
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114 
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234 

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331 
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311 
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207 
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317 
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234 
597 
496 
277 
496 
114 
496 
437 
496 
231 
437 
496 
437 
214 
595 
496 
496 
156 



Wimmer, Joseph R., Jr. 
Winburn, John Dewey 



496 
191 
496 
Winburn, James H., Jr. 309 
496 
203 
437, 593 



Winburn, Michael S. 



Wincott, Donald Rick 
Windham, Larry D. 

Wingo, Michael Bryant 

Winkelmann, Douglas A 
Winkles, David M., Jr. 
Winston, Philip B. 

Wirth, Frank Wm. 
Wise, Joseph A. 
Wise, Larry Vernon 
Wise, Susan Carol 
Wise, Wm. Robert III 

Wisher, Ricky Arnold 
Wisinger, Conrad W. 



115 
114 
496 
231 
437 
496 
496 
352 
496 
496 
496 
496 
496 
312 
437 
437 
299 
331,496 



Witherspoon, James H. 
Witko, Andrew Fabian 
Witt, Leonard E. 

Witt, Stephen Louis 
Witter, James Dee 
Wolfe, Brian Alan 
Wolfe, Joyce A. 
Wolper, Judith Carol 
Wood, Gary Thaddus 
Wood, John Wilbert 
Wood, Paige L. 

Wood, Pamela Anne 

Wood, Phil E. 
Wood, Richard Deland 
Wood, Stephen Leroy 
Wood, Steve Smith 
Woodfin, Derrell E. 
Woodham, Andrew D., Jr. 497 



437 
496 
349 
437 
496 
496 
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497 
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309 
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301 
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Woodham, Mildred A. 

Woodle, Sally H. 
Woodrow, Edward D. 
Woods, Auburn III 

Woods, Grover Lafoy 

Woodside, Alice T. 

Woodson, James D. 
Woodson, Nancy A. 
Woolbright, Edward B. 



137 
438 
497 
497 
313 
438 
313 
438 
289 
438 
497 
497 
115 



Wooten, Jacque L. 
Wooten, Richard E. 
Workman, Michael C 



283, 497 
497 



497 
289 
438 

Worley, Don Alan 497 

Worsham, George F., Jr. 227 
263,293,313,438 

Worsham, John Wesley 211 
293, 497, 594 

Wouldlast, Zachery R. 497 
227 
299, 497 
322 
497 
497 
352 
497 

Wright, Diana Sara 188 

234, 438, 597 

Wright, Jesse E. Ill 301 

Wright, Judith E. 497 



Wray.Stepehn G. 
Wright, Billy R. 



Wright, Betty Zane 
Wright, Clyde R. 



Wright, James G., Jr. 

438, 
Wright, Joyce Lee 
Wright, Mark Allen 
Wright, Sherry Helen 
Wright, Thomas H., Jr. 

497, 595, 
Wright, Thomas Lee. 
Wright, Wm. Goley 
Wrigley, Craig C. 

Wurtz, Thomas W. 
Wyatt, Larry Walker 

281, 
Wyckoff, Robert Allan 
Wylie, David C. 

Wylie, Robert Scott 
Wylie, Wm. Lindsay, Jr. 
Wynn, David L. 
Wyman, Wm. Earl 
Wysowski, Joseph E. 



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Yates, James R. 

Yates, Naomi 
Yauger, Raymond A. 

267, 282 
Yeaman, James C. 

Yeargin, Charles R. 

Yerkes, Lee 

Yonce, Larry Eugene 

Yongue, Charles C. 

Youell, Gary Dean 

Youmans, James Edward 
Young, Amy Catherine 
Young, Darrell Moore 

Young, James Carl, Jr. 

Young, James Randall 
Young, Mary Claudia 

Young, Otto James, Jr. 
Young, Rickey P. 

114, 
Young, Steven Oramel 
Young, Thomas B. Ill 
Young, Thomas Oliver 

Young, Vivian Elise 

Young, Woodrow C. 

Youngblood, Cecil G. 
Youngblood, James R. 
Younginer, Edward M. 

Youtz. Richard D., Jr. 



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Zipf, Carl Henry III 11 

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Zungoli, Nicholas D. 497 



RushUlils<m£& 

224 N. MAIN ST. - GREENVILLE. S. C. 



Specialist in Natural Shouldered Clothing 







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VARIETY and FASHIONS 

Clemson Shopping Center 




Congratulations to the 
Class of '70 

Belk invites you to shop with confidence for the new 
and traditional ... in departments created for today's 
young people. 

Belk Department Store 

1501 Main Street 
Columbia, South Carolina 






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MENU 

Your favorite pizza . . . freshly prepared 
and flavor baked to perfection! 



WARD SMITH CHEVROLET- BUICK INC. 

Chevrolet - Buick - Opel 
Authorized Sales and Service 

123 By-Pass 

Seneca, S. C. 

882-4646 




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MOZZAREL 

ONION 

GREEN OLIVE 

BLACK OLIVE 

GREEN PEPPER 

MUSHROOM 

PtPPERONI 

HAMBURGER 

SAUSAGE 

CANADIAN BACON 

NOT JALAPENO 

ANCHOVY 

V» CHEESE >4 SAUSAGE 

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PIZZA INN SPECIAL 

HAMBURGER 4 CHOPPED 

PCPPERONI & MUSHROOM 
PEPPERONI 4 GREEN PEPPER 
SAUSAGE I MUSHROOMS 
MUSHROOMS. OLIVES 
* ONIONS . . 

PIZZA WITH A GRIN 



SPAGHETTI WITH MEAT SAUCE 

TOSSED SALAD 

YOUR FAVORITE BEVERAGES 

2811 N. Main 

Anderson, S. C. 

226-8209 



Delmarva Millwork Corporation 

I 275 MANHIEM PIKE — P. O. BOX 1269 

LANCASTER, PENNA. 17604 



WHOLESALE ONLY 





// It's New, It's at 




COLUMBIA, S. C. 

Columbia's Leading Specialty Store of 

Fashions for Young Men and Women 

of All Ages 



Seed Breeders For The South 




COKERS 

PEDIGREED 

SEED 



For 67 years Coker scientists have been developing pedigreed seed varieties for 
Southern farmers. The outstanding performance of Coker-bred varieties has written 
many new chapters on the productivity of Southern farms and contributed in no small 
way to America's distinguished role as a world supplier of agricultural products. Our 
famous Red Hart Trade Mark is known throughout the world as a symbol of the 
integrity of Coker plant breeding methods and the quality of seed varieties developed 
on Coker farms. 

COKER'S PEDIGREED SEED CO. 

HARTSVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA 
The South's Foremost Seed Breeders 



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BARTON 

GROCERY 

COMPANY, INC. 

Wholesale Distributors 

PABST BLUE RIBBON BEER 

LOWENBRAU (MUNICH) BEER 

405 WHOLESALE ROW 
ANDERSON, S. C. 



SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO. 

213 COLLEGE STREET 
GREENVILLE, S. C. 



J. B. LACHER, INC. 

23 COLLEGE STREET GREENVILLE, S. C 

Phone 232-7385 




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CLASS OF 1970 

From 



COLEMAN GUANO COMPANY 



Carolina's Finest Fertilizer 



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CAROLINA 
NATIONAL 
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PENDLETON, SOUTH CAROLINA 





IRVING L. WILSON COMPANY 



supplier of 



UNIFORMS OF DISTINCTION 



to 



CLEMSON ROTC STUDENTS 



I Highland Avenue 



Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. 




CARROLL MOTOR COMPANY, Inc. 



CHESTER, SOUTH CAROLINA 




EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC 

FANT'S CAMERA SHOP, INC 

105 E. Whitner Street 224-0707 

ANDERSON, S. C. 



the one and only 

Nikon F 

SYSTEM OF PHOTOGRAPHY 




SEE what makes the Nikon F the most versatile of all 35's, the key to the most 

complete and comprehensive photographic system ever created. 

SEE the many interchangeable Nikkor lenses; including the unusual Fisheye Nikkor, 

PC-Nikkor, Micro-Nikkor, Zoom Nikkors, and others. 

SEE the interchangeable finders Including the new Photomic Tn 

"self-compensating" thru-the-lens meter system. 

SEE the many exciting accessories that fit the Nikon F for scientific, industrial. 

and other technical applications. 




GOOD LUCK TO THE TIGERS 
From Hero No. 1 




DAUNTLESS DEFENDER 
OF QUALITY 



BUDWEISER, 



DISTRIBUTED LOCALLY BY 

BUDWEISER OF ANDERSON 

44 N. MURRAY AVE. 



EduWs 



SHOP AND SAVE AT YOUR NEAREST 

EDWARD'S 

• Charleston (5 stores) 

• Aiken 

• Bamberg 

• Beaufort 

• Clearwater 

• Conway 

• Georgetown 

• Greenwood 

• Laurens 

• Lake City 

• Myrtle Beach (2 stores) 

• Orangeburg 

• Sumter 

• Walterboro 

. . . and now in 

BELL TOWER PLAZA 
Greenville 




(Ohere's JVO place like) 




BXJiLiDiisra- 

A S SOCIATION 

EASLEY, S. C. 



BOYLE CONSTRUCTION CO. 



Sumter, S. C. 



GENERAL CONTRACTORS SINCE 1922 



(Ettatnm Ifaitsr 



William B. Boyle 
President 

Class of 1939 



2102 Augusta Road 
Greenville, South Carolina 29605 

Phone 277-7084 



LYNCH 
DRUG COMPANY 



Clemson, S. C. 



ROPER AUTO 
SALES, INC. 

By-Pass 123. SENECA, S. C. 29678 

Thunderbird • Galaxie • Fairlane • Falcon 
Mustang • Maverick • Mercury 

EARL ROPER, Owner 



Bus. Phone 882-8330 



Res. Phone 882-8969 



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CHICOPEE MANUFACTURING 
COMPANY 

Division of Johnson & Johnson 
WALHALLA, S. C. 




THE 
CLEMSON THEATER 



. . . offering 
off-campus 
student 
housing 




PATTERSON REALTY CO 



One hour 



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ONE HOUR MARTINIZING 

Clemson Shopping Center 
U.S. 76 By-Pass 
Clemson, S. C. 

Phone 654-3616 



Clemson, S. C. 




HARPER'S 



FIVE & TEN CENT 



Stone*, 



HOME OFFICE IN SENECA, S. C. 

Serving You In Clemson and Surrounding Areas 



EMBLER DOOR COMPANY, INC. 

p. O. Box 337 

Vamville, South Carolina 29944 

Telephone (803) 943-3115 
SELLING QUALITY & SERVICE TO JOBBERS ONLY 



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LIQUOR STORE 

and 

BEVERAGE CENTER 

Complete Line of Quality Liquors 

Imported and Domestic 

Liqueurs • Beer • Wines • Champagnes 

ICE 

"One-Stop Shop For All Your Party Needs" 

AMPLE PARKING 

Seneca-Clemson Bypass 
SENECA, SOUTH CAROLINA 







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CHEVROLET 



Rex O'Steen 

(President) 



College Street 
Greenville, S. C. 







Compliments 
The 60-Minute System 




"Dry Cleaning at its Finest" 



FORT 

ROOFING and 
SHEET 
METAL 
WORKS 

SUMTER, S. C. 




First in Fashion 



meyersjarnold 



Shop Two Fine Stores 


Downtown 


McAlister 


Greenville 


Square 







Jacobs Mfg. Co. 

Industrial Chucks 

Clemson, S. C. 



CHILL CHEST 

Division of Revco, Inc. 
WILLISTON, SOUTH CAROLINA 

WILLIE E. RITH 
Vice-President of Manufacturing 



Sumter's Finest 



THE CapctoC 



WE SALUTE 

CLEMSON UNIVERSITY . . . 

A GREAT INSTITUTION 



TEXACO 



ANDERSON OIL CO. 
INC. 

WlLLISTOX, S. C. 




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RADIO 



SUMTER 

Serving the Men and Women of 
Clemson University at Sumter 

Another of flic Good Tilings About 
Sumter 



One hundred and sixteen Greenwood County 
youths are currently enrolled at Clemson University. 
Parke-Davis congratulates the twenty-one 1970 grad- 
uates from Greenwood County, and the ninety-five 
students who will be continuing their education at 
Clemson. 

The Medical-Surgical Products Division began 
operations in Greenwood in 1962. Since then the 
annual sales of this division have increased by 
500% and the plant facilities have been increased 
by more than 300%. This makes Parke-Davis one 
of the fastest growing industries in South Carolina. 
Parke-Davis is pleased to have several Clemson 
graduates in positions of high level management 
responsibility. 

PARKE- DAVIS & 
COMPANY 

Medical-Surgical Products Division 
GREENWOOD. SOUTH CAROLINA 29G46 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



JAMILE J. FRANCIS 




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Brown's Cycle Shop 

Phone "24-HONDA" 

2019 WADE HAMPTON BLVD. 

GREENVILLE, S. C. 

HONDA - BULTACO 
SALES - SERVICE - PARTS - ACCESSORIES 
BUCO HELMETS 

Herman W. Brown, Owner 



YEARGIN 
CONSTRUCTION 
COMPANY, Inc. 

(general (^-ontractord 

GREENVILLE. SOUTH CAROLINA 



ASTRO THEATRE 

"THE SPACE AGE THEATRE" 

Greenville's Newest . . . 
The South's Finest 



PLAZA THEATRE 

Completely Remodeled 

Tops in Entertainment 
GREENVILLE, S. C. 



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Veen's 


- Ladies' 




Clothiers 




Greenv 


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c. 


LEWIS PLAZA 




Wade Hampton Ma 


235-7451 






232-3863 


FOR HIM 






FOR HER 


Kingsridge Suits 






Lanz 


French Shriner 






Denise 


Johnston-Murphy 






Etienne Aigner 


Sero-Arrow 






Howard Wolf 


Towne & King 






Country House 


H. Freeman and 


Sons 




California Girl 



"THE P-R-l-D-E BUILDERS' 



H. ROSS DAVIS 

LIQUOR STORES 
AND PARTY SHOP 

COMPLETE SELECTION OF 

LIQUORS. WINES. AND CHAMPAGNES 

IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC 

Beer— Cold by the Case or Single Bottle 

TWO LOCATIONS 
Seneca Westminster 

next door to A & P behind the tracks 



Plenty of Parking Space 



Paul T. Morgan (alumnus) 
Manager 



H. Ross Davis 
Owner 



Clemson Shoe Service 

MENS AND WOMEN 

Also 

THE FINEST IN SHOE REPAIR 



Clemson, S. C. 



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Congratulations to the 

Class of 1970 

G. J. CREEL & SONS 

GULF OIL DISTRIBUTORS 
FOR HORRY COUNTY 

CONWAY, SOUTH CAROLINA 



'.'•.f"* 1 .** ■*. »'■ 






cock n Bull 



We've got 1,001 reasons why you should visit 
1001 East Washington Street 



KAYS 
SHOP 

FIXE CLOTHES 
CLEMSOX, S. C. 



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greenville 
south Carolina 

Fashion Suppliers for TAPS 70 Beauties 



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Clemson Service 
Station 





Columbia, South Carolina 

Central 
South Carolina's 

Leading 
Department Store 



1560 KC 

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1000 WATTS 



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FOOD SERVICES AT CLEMSON UNIVERSITY 



Provided by 



A.R.A.-SLATER SCHOOL AND COLLEGES SERVICES 



"We Provide Food for Thought" 



Everything Photographic 

FANT'S CAMERA SHOP. INC. 

ON THE SQUARE 

105 E. Whitner St. 224-0707 

Anderson, S. C. 

UNDER $250! 

Honeywell Pentax 
Spotmatic f/1.8 

Here's today's best fine-camera 
value! Identical to the best-sell- 
ing f/1.4 Spotmatic except that 
it features a crisp 55mm f/1.8 
Super-Takumar lens, this addi- 
tion to the Honeywell Pentax 
family gives you genuine Spotmatic performance at a lower price. 
Its through-the-lens exposure system is famous for uncanny 
accuracy. Because it sees exactly what the lens sees, you'll get 
properly exposed pictures, even under the most difficult light- 
ing conditions. And, although the Spotmatic delivers profes- 
sional-quality results, it's exceptionally easy to use. 

This superb 35mm single-lens reflex camera also features a 
fully automatic diaphragm; shutter speeds to 1/1000 sec; built- 
in self-timer, and much more— all for just $249.50. Come ir 
and see this exciting Honeywell Pentax Spotmatic soon! 





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Compliments of 

ALICE MANUFACTURING COMPANY 

ELLJEANS PLANT FOSTER PLANT 

ALICE PLANT ARIAL PLANT 

ELLISON PLANT 

Easley, South Carolina 




We have experts who can help you 
get more value from the electricity you buy. 

Home economists, agricultural you use electricity, we have experts 

specialists, trained business advisors, to help you get the most value 

a residential advisory service from it. And their services are free, 

staff, wise old owls all. Wherever Call on them anytime. 

Duke Power 




DARGAN 

CONSTRUCTION CO, 

INC. 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 

P. O. Box 1468 
MYRTLE BEACH, S. C. 29577 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



IMPERIAL 

MANUFACTURING 

COMPANY 



CLEMSON, S. C. 



BEST WISHES TO TAPS 

AND THE CLEMSON STUDENT 

BODY 



GERRISH MILLIKEN 
MILL 

Pendleton, S. C. 
Manufacturers of Pine Synthetic Fabrics 




SOUTHERN LIMBER AND 
MILLWORK CORP. 

LUMBER «» BUILDING MATERIAL 

PAINTS «» ROOFING «» INSULATION 

WALL BOARDS 

P. O. BOX 522 

CHARLESTON, S. C. 




"It's PET...you bet!" 




IVEYS 



GREENVILLE, S. C. 



JAKE'S 



AL'S BARBER SHOP 



BARBERS 



THE BARBER HOUSE 



OF 



JAMES BARBER SHOP 



CLEMSON 



UNIVERSITY BARBER SHOP CLEMSON HOUSE BARBER SHOP 



WOMETCO VENDING 
COMPANIES 



NORTH CAROLINA 
SOUTH CAROLINA 
GEORGIA 





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Senconee Motel 

123 By-Pass 
SENECA, S. C. 

Coffee Shop Swimming Pool 

Phone 882-2784 

"Clemson's Favorite Innkeeper 
Over the Years" 




for fine eating . . . 
& banquet specialties 

Southerner 

Restaurant 

U. S. 123 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



M. LOWENSTEIN & SONS, INC. 



TEXTILE MILLS AND FINISHING PLANTS 
IN THE CAROLINAS AND ALABAMA 



The Fabulous New 

Nikkormat 

n' single-lens 35mm 
N reflex by Nikon 




FORMAL WEAR FOR MEN 

707 Harden St.* Phone 253-0461 
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA 




• "self-compensating" thru-the-lens 
meter system 

• interchangeable Nikkor lenses 

• interchangeable Nikon F 
accessories 

• automatic mirror and diaphragm 

• new, all-metal focal plane shutter 

• M-synch to 1/lOOOth; X-synch to 
l/125th 

• microprism viewing and focusing 
screen 

plus a host of other quality features. 
With 50mm Auto-Nikkor f2 $289.50 



Everything Photographic 

FANT'S 
CAMERA SHOP, INC. 

105 E. Whitner St. 224-0707 

ANDERSON, S. C. 




Life Insurance Company 
of Alabama 

Y. W. (Bill) SMITH 
"The College Underwriter" 





INSURANCE COMPAN 

4Mmk 

ES£^iv.(BIL^SMITH 

College Under 




Sloan 9 s Men 9 s Store 

CLEMSON. SOUTH CAROLINA 

First in Quality — Fairest in Price 

Fastest in Service 

'A Satisfied Customer Is Our First Consideration 



HARRIS SPORTING GOODS 

"THE SPORTSMAN'S CENTER" 

CLEMSON HWY. SENECA, S. C. 

Headquarters for Athletic and 
Sporting Goods 




TO BE A SUCCESSFUL FARMER 

GET A CLEMSON EDUCATION AND 

HARDEE FARM EQUIPMENT 




HARDEE MANUFACTURING CO., INC 



LORIS, SOUTH CAROLINA 



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scours inc. 



Oakdale Country Club 



23 By-Pass 



FLORENCE, S. C. 



CLEMSON, SOUTH CAROLINA 



"It's Fun to Eat Out" 



John R. Cornwall 
Manager 



'Different Strokes for Different Folks' 






MICHAEL'S LIQUOR STORE 

First and Only Liquor Store in Clemson 

COMPLETE LINE OF QUALITY LIQUORS 
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC 




D & S Roofing Company 

and 

Modern Venetian Blind and Awning 



1809 W. Market Street 



Greensboro, N. C. 



123 By-Pass, Vi Mile East of Stop-Light at 123 
and College Avenue, toward Greenville 




Westvaco... 
part and parcel of 
the booming growth 
in education 

Growth industries look to Westvaco 
for leadership in paper, packaging, 
building materials, and chemicals. 

Westvaco 




LIVING INSURANCE 
from 

EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE 
SOCIETY OF THE U. S. 

in Clemson 

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27 


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2 


Marty Kearse 


28 


Billy Wall 


3 


Poot Harpootlian 


29 


Mouse Man Hend 


4 


Allen Groover 


30 


Henry Dupre 


5 


Merrell Garvin 


31. 


Glenn Price 


6 


John Steer 


32. 


Charles Sibley 


7 


Chuck Munn 


33. 


Lane Craven 


8 


Tom Davis 


34 


Bill Allison 


9 


Ted Godfrey 


35 


Bill Bradley 


10 


Cole Huckabee 


36. 


Rob Patrick 


II 


David Teal 


38. 


Gerry Beaman 


12 


Tom Holstein 


39. 


Phil Thompson 


13. 


Fish Gill 


40. 


John Lesslie 


14 


Joe Bagwell 


41. 


Randy Shaw 


15 


John Matthews 


42. 


Smiley Foster 


16 


Ray Jackson 


43. 


Norman Bozard 


17. 


Tommy Scott 


44. 


Birdman Pridgeon 


ie 


Dicker Deas 


45. 


Bob Tusso 


19. 


Jack Cunningham 


46. 


Mickey Johnson 


20 


Doug Patrick 


47. 


John Creel 


21. 


Fuzzy Thompson 


48. 


Ap Bowen 


22 


Jim Bounds 


49. 


Hooker Pierce 


23. 


Mike Lindler 


SO 


Bob Dullea 


24. 


Mickey McNeill 


51. 


Ted Beemer 


25 


Tommy Cobb 


52. 


Tom Roller 


26. 


Henry Brooks 


53. 


Charlie Kreidler 



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TPage 194-5 



FRATERNITY 



B2X 



1. Dr. F. C. Alley 

2. Madale Theiling 
3 Charlie Forsberg 

4. John Cockcroft 

5. Bob Long 

6. John Graham 

7. David Meyers 

8. Tommie Penney 

9. Mike Fowler 

10. John Avinger 

11. Al Saunders 

12. Ed Bolen 

13. Duck Horres 

14. Harold Campbell 

15. Ed Meyers 

16. Bill Fowler 

17. Carlisle Avinger 

18. Alan Johnstone 

19. Ned R Mitchell 

20. Little Richit Davis 

21. Jack Haas 

22. Ronnie Caldwell 

23. Sheldon Jones 

24. Lawton Murray 

25. Bunkie Page 

26. George Newell 

27. Johnny Sandifer 

28. Larry Earl Triplett 

29. Grit Gordon 

30. Archie Lattimore 

31. Bruce Carter 

32. Ray Moss 

33. David Scott 

34. Johnny Jones 

35. Buck Horres 

36. Ruple Hutto 

37. Dog 




AKA 



"Hack" Jorda 




5. Allen Carroll 

6. Don Alexander 

7. Jim "Greek" Hende 

8. Tommy Young 

9. Troy Buzhardt 
10 Larry McElreath 

11. Ed "Luke" Copelan< 

12. Richard Gardner 

13. Harry Gardner 



Dean Wheeler 
Bobby "Goodie" Gc 
Press Tompkins 
Randy Griffen 
Randy Cunningham 
Randy Taylor 
Charlie "RA" Johns. 
Marion Swink 
Bob Smith 
Rusty Gerhardt 
Jim Carey 
Johnny Wheeler 
Steve Barton 
Dick Bukowsky 
Earl Gilstrap 
Robert "Crash" Stei 
Lewis Moss 
Doug Bonnette 
Ben Sullivan 
Greg "Aruba" Dent 
Joe Jenkins 
Keith "Mouse" Wha 
. Jim Brazell 



IDENTIFICATION 



Page 1 98-9 A 
Page 202-3 ▼ 




A<I>K 



1. Chuck Roediger 

2. Fleet Fleetwood 

3. Margaret Kee 

4. Cheeks Hanzel 

5. Sig Segars 

6. Weed Easley 

7. Wild Man Duvall 

8. Papa Edwards 
9 Fluffy Drennan 

10. Thumper Humphries 

11. Tex Faulkner 

12. Bean Winburn 

13. Grease Stroupe 

14. Concave Cunningham 

15. Blue Darden 

16. Reeker Stephens 

17. Roadtrip Ellison 

18. Tatlow Hunt 

19. Bones Peirce 

20. Rainwater McClintock 

21. Injun Touchstone 

22. Mulla Mulla Moyer 

23. Doc Richardson 

24. Kraut Dworschak 

25. Diamond Jim Douglas 

26. Doodlebug Tibbs 
27 Bulldoq Ballentine 

28. Slamming Sammy Patter: 

29. Ranger Segars 

30. Hoops Stroud 

31. Wop Vernon 

32. Pistol Pate 



$A0 



A0X 



1. Debbie Tillotson 

2. Mrs. Margaret Poole, Advisor 

3. Carole Tyson 

4. Susan Klinck 

5. Janet Crenshaw 

6. Liz Pennington 

7. Brenda Miller 

8. Carole Wilson 

9. Alecia Haddon 

10. Sherry Marchbanks 

11. Marty Hart 

12. Cecy Guerry 

13. Alice Haddon 

14. Maggie Harper 

15. Susan Schumacher 

16. Linda Dasher 

17. Mrs. Carole Dysart, Advisor 

18. Libby Pitts 

19. Suzanne George 

20. Mary Jane Trotter 

21. Margaret Garrison 

22. Beaver Baker 

23. Jenny Hurley 

24. Pat Butcka 
25 D.ane Tuttle 

26. Bonnie Cameron 

27. Judv Corn 



Marlene Mart.n 
Charlotte Sottile 
Susan Cothran 
Giles Abernethy 



AAA 




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▼ Page 210-1 



FRATERNITY 



K AX 



1. Bill Bonner 

2. Bubbv Foy 
ard Hall 



4. Jh 



Prathe 



5. Joe Ed Davis 

6. John Little 

7. Bobby Jackson 

8. Bob Perry 

9. Jerry Meeham 

10. Don Slate 

11. Jerry Wells 

12. David Norton 

13. Jim Peeples 

14 John David Griffith 

15. Robert Hawthorne 

16. Greg Jones 

17. Dave Hendricks 

18. Tommy Oglesby 

19. Jeff Rockwell 
20 Larry Bell 

21. Robert McCants 

22. George Bennett 

23. Ben Compton 

24. Booty Shelly 

25. Johnnie Floyd 

26. Ben Watson 

27. Suzanne Compton 

28. Hugh Crawford 

29. John Worsham 



30. Ro 



Barnett 



31. Bill Gilbe 

32. Jim Wriqht 

33. Jimmy Jackson 

34. Louis McAlhaney 
35 M.ke Lake 

36. Manon Slaton 

37. Ronnie Rentz 
38 Charlie Waters 

39. Don Sharp 

40. Pete Mowlajks 



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K2N 





1. Mike McConnell 




2. Corky Holman 




3. Jim Runion 




4. Hot Dog Miller 




5. Reg Hargrove 




6. Bill Webster 




7. Ron Roof 




8. Marshall West 




9. Bear Wilson 




10. Ken Ewan 




II. Nelson Weaver 




12. Bill Norris 




13. Crash Armfield 




14 Jon Polack 




15. Round Man 




16. Donnie Coggins 




17. Robert Compton 




18. Manly Jones 




19. Leg Williamson 




20. Wadey Poo 




21 . Moonpie Carder 




22. Rick Jones 




23. Fog Oakley 




24. CDA Poe 




25. Liberalmire 




26. Lenny Linthead 




27. Drake Curry 




28. Cool Breeze 




29. Ronnie Bridwell 


— 


30. Clay Cox 




31. The Iceman 




32. Opie 




33. Bill Altman 




34. Quasi 




35. Taylor Backup G 




36. Hambone 




37. Ben Pauling 




38. Mike Parham 




39. Splinter 




40. Goldie 




41. Jet Huggins 



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N 2 



I. Thurston Bagnal 

2 Matt Self 

3. Charlie Wallmo 



4. Ro 



Lowde 



5. Larry McMMI, 

6. Robert Mitchell 

7. Jody Culler 

8. Bill Wilburn 

9. Michael Kapp 

10. Steve Hixson 

11. John Thornhill 

12. Bobby McCormn 

13. Tommy Wright 

14. Paul Morris 

15. Michael Myers 

16. Bill Kimbrell 

17. Bud Legare 

18. Gene Durant 

19. Bater Culler 

20. Jack Warren 
nes McGee 



22. Sn 



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23. Locky Floyd 

24. Jimmy Kelly 

25. Keith McLeod 

26. Gary Jeffords 

27. Bill Kirkpatrick 

28. Richard Balleng( 

29. Donnie Dukes 

30. Danny Gregg 

31. Bill Myers 

32. John Ross 

33. Bill Free 

34 David Andrews 

35. Alan Culler 

36. Randy Lyons 

37. Lee Gardner 

38. Harry Thomas 

39. John Jeffers 



2 AE 



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1. Judy Shephard 

2. Ann Busby 

3. Ann Barrett 

4. Lucy Gordon 

5. Susan Callison 

6. Diana Busby 

7. Barbara Dieglio 

8. Laure Holleman 

9. Alex Georgeo 

10. Nome Hudnall 

11. Jud. Nicks 

12. Diana Edwards 

13. Sally Tripp 

14. Linda Parker 

15. Donna Brooks 

16. Mary Craig 

17. Dawn Jones 

18. Brenda Curtis 

19. Tessa Stewart 

20. Judy DeHoff 

21. Elaine Owens 

22. Sandra Corley 

23. Cathy Cox 

24. Sally Smith 

25. Sandra Hash 

26. Millie Donaldsor 

27. Patty McCuen 

28. Judy Jameson 
29 Bit Mcauley 

30. Peggy Batson 

31. Diane Jameson 

32. Emily Warren 

33. Sharon Rice 

34. Ann Kester 

35. V,cki Mattis 

36. Kenyon Fairey 



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FRATERNITY 



$KA 



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1. Jim Buck 

2. John Ratter 

3. Charles Ten 

4. Andy Sidrony 

5. Steve Epps 

6. Charles Eldridae 

7. Fred Worsham 

8. Keith Callicutt 

9. Walter Jenkins 

10. Larry Huggins 

11. Tim Grant 

12. Johnny Roberts 

13. Lonnie Bull 

14. Eddie Sink 

15. David Thrailkill 

16. Fred Faircloth 

17. Buddy Lenhardt 

18. Tommy Smith 

19. John Fulmer 

20. Tommy Henderson 

21. David Pitner 

22. Bobby Cauthen 

23. George Bullwinkel 

24. Pat Williamson 

25. Charles Whetstone 



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26. Randolph Tiller 

27. Fred Schilling 

28. Curt Hogan 

29. Tommy Ramsey 

30. Tom Moss 

31. Steve Smoak 

32. Charles McElvei 

33. Charles Ratterrf 

34. Craig Thomas 

35. Bill Verross 

36. Doug Conrad 

37. Ed Grandy 

38. Paul Krig 

39. Doug Watters 

40. Goody Thomas 

41. Freddy Riley 

42. Lynn Dantzler 

43. Sammy Span 

44. Bob DuRant 

45. Jim Hall 

46. Richard Black 

47. Pink Kellett 

48. Jim Poling 

49. David Morrow 

50. Steve Wray 




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1. 


Dr. Bob Moorman 


29 


Roger Ekland 


2. 


Col. R. C. Robbins 


30 


Roger Mudd 


3 


Ben Hooks 


31 


Greg Pearce 


4 


Tom Fulmer 


32 


Don Kelley 


5 


Dave Gilbert 


33 


Buddy Grimes 


6 


Bill McLellan 


34. 


Jim Kinard 


7 


Allen Smith 


35. 


Moffat Burris 


8 


Tom Lynch 


36. 


Jimmy Swindell 


9 


Jimmy Taylor 


37. 


Joe Turner 


10 


Dr J. V. Reel 


38. 


8ob Ogletree 


II 


George Moore 


39. 


Ray Wilson 


12 


Pete Macomson 


40. 


Paul Myers 


13. 


Marvin Whitehead 


41. 


Tom Bethea 


14. 


Chuck Lindsey 


42. 


Marvin Buchana 


15 


Craig Stafford 


43. 


Al Jolly 


16 


John Mullen 


44 


David McLellan 


17. 


Mike Wmgo 


45. 


Steve Avant 


18. 


Bill Presson 


46. 


Rodney Langley 


19. 


John Frank 


47. 


Robert Lee 


20. 


Bill Reese 


48. 


John Graham 


21. 


Benny Duncan 


49. 


Windy Hughes 


22. 


Oscar Carter 


50. 


David Gilstrap 


23. 


Al Hurt 


SI. 


Buddy Freeman 


24. 


Pat Halloran 


52. 


Charles Hudson 


25. 


Jim Mackintosh 


53. 


Robert Epps 


26. 


Al Droege 


54. 


Mike Hendrick 


27. 


Eddie Jones 


55. 


Corky Cooper 


28. 


Rob Cox 


56. 


Gary Pringle 



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IDENTIFICATION 



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Page 234-5^ 




2 BX 



1. Judy Kossler 

2. Barbara Wells 

3. Dara Williamson 

4. Kay Knoy 

5. Jane Hass 

6. Lyn Jackson 
7 Gail Brewer 

8. Carol Stahlkuppe 

9. Nancy Dannals 

10. Brenda Spearman 

11. Diane Ashley 
12 Harriet Smith 

13. Bonnie Truluck 

14. San Finley 

15. Ellen Calhoun 

16. Robin Hadden 

17. Georgia Montgomer 

18. Paula Sloan 

19. Angie Fowler 
20 Jere Ragsdale 

21. Mrs. J. V. Reel, Adv 

22. Janice Wilson 

23. Suzie Hart 

24. Joan Hindman 

25. Marilyn Jones 

26. Diane Harrison 

27. Harriet Ross 

28. Rowena Sobczyk 

29. Diane Wright 

30. Sue Holcombe 

31. Pat Mansfield 



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I. Deck Edwards 
2 Fearless Foster 
3. Big Al Haselden 
4 Michael Kaylor 

5. Roach Grlbertson 

6. Pill Edwards 

7. Tizzy Moore 

8. Big Boy DeLoach 

9. Rudy Griggs 

10. Slick B. Cornwell 

11. Raquel Cornwell 

12. Doog Armistead 

13. Marc Ragsdale 

14. Zippy Gilbert 

3:ewart 

16. Hair Klugh 

17, Frank Lee 
18 Vince Baker 
19. Mama Meyer 

■ Joye 

21. Wmnle Poo Lawton 

22. P.dgeon Neely 
23 Ross Hanahan 
24. John Fulmer 
25 George Bolen 

26. Stoker Turner 

27. C. Weeks 

28. Peter Pappas 

29. Slick M. Cornwell 
30 Lu Cato 

31. Super Duh Jameson 

32. John Burroughs 

33. Hank Cogan 

34. Al Puckett 

35. Brooks Holbrook 

36. Happy Herlong 

37 NLte Newton 

38 Wlldman Milam 



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FRATERNITY 



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Mickanis 

. Legs Legnetti 

. Phantom Lesemann 

Bamb. Levine 

Wop Mirabelli 
. Ox Oxford 
. Chunk Maness 
. M.ke Taylor 
. Frank Ireland 
. "Bon-Bor 

Burns 

John Meade 
. Perk Coffey 
. Skip Brown 

"Magoo" Femberg 






. Dickey-Poo 
. B. J Relth 

Beef Bayer' 

Shreve Davis 

Ted Klen H 

Henderson 

Augie Tortora 

Bill OuBo.s 

"Go to the Movies" 

"Chicken-man" Hon 

Ace U- 

M k e Geronomos 
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Pokey Goldman 

Golden-boy Metsky 



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I Bill Allison 

2. Donnie Duk. 

3. Reggie Har 

4. Don Sharp 
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Thomas Wright 

8. Don Alexander 

9. David Tibbs 

10. Alan Johnstone 

11. Harold Campbell 

12. Al Droege 

13. Nate Newton 

14. Austin Gilbert 

15. John Hanzel 

16. Irvine Lupo 

17 Frank Burtner, Adv 

18. Donnie Coggins 

19. Charles Ratteree 

20. Jim Peeples 

21. Bob Ogletree 

22. Gordon Metsy 

23. Lane Craven 



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Judy Nicks 
Mary Craig 
Pat Mansfield 
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BEAUTIES 

Bill Ellis, David Littlejohn 

AD BEAUTIES 

Sidney Hall, Marsha Ruth Oates, 
TAPS 70 

FEATURES 
' photos: Ellis, Little, Langston Boyles 
copy: Hairy McGuillicutty 

SPORTS COPY 
Jim Walser, TAP*S 70 

DIVISIONS 

Tom Pope, Don Terry, John Jacques, David Matthews 



END SHEETS 
Anne Morris 



EPILOGUE 

Dennis Bolt, John Norton 



COVER, LAYOUTS, MISC. GUANO 
Albert B. Jolly, Jr. With A Little Help From My Friends 



THE GOOD OLD DAYS 



Was 1969-70 different from all the other years 
that have rolled over us in their intimidating 
banality? 

You're damned tooting. 

Before Christmas, no one really believed any 
longer that Clemson was the Flower of the South, 
or the proverbial buckle on the Bible Belt, or the 
cornerstone of anti-communism. Most of them 
shrunk with fear that Strom Thurmond's alma mater 
had been taken over by a handful of professional 
agitators. The "damned Yankee, hippy, peace- 
queer communist troublemakers" had turned that 
pastoral trade school into a hotbed of Godless 
dissent and moral depravation. Alas and Goddamn. 

Well, maybe it was mostly the same old Clemson 
with the same old give-a-damn students. But was it 
really? Something was different. People were 
angrier, and many of them were much more active, 
and the news coverage of the school was by far 
more frequent than ever before. 

It was this: The minority of students who aren't 
willing to take the same old administration line, 
listen to the same old b. s. day-after-day-after- 
day-after-day, and let the world's problems go 
unmentioned grew larger, stronger, more militant, 
and at the same time more rational, more calcu- 
lating and more effective. 

Rat Season again was the first stormy issue of 
the year, but not that many people get excited 
over The Tiger's effort to destroy Rat Season 
anymore. 



Then the Student Union Dig-In, for what it was 
worth, cropped up to embarrass Dr. (sic) R. C. 
Edwards, who prefers to lobby for the school with- 
out the help of so-called student demonstrations 
and the like. The chances for getting the union 
are good now, and the effort to convince the S. C. 
General Assembly and the Governor that we must 
have it was the product of work from several circles, 
but no one can deny that students constantly shout- 
ing their demand for the union was quintessential 
in changing people's minds. 

Edwards and his staff set themselves for the next 
battle, and Terry Clyne's proposal for a student- 
run canteen on East Campus was summarily vetoed 
by the Executive Council. Students are students 
you know and shouldn't busy themselves with 
financial operations. Or was it that such an 
enterprise would drain away Athletic Department 
revenue? Or was it. . . . 

And then like 3,000 atom bombs — the October 
15 Vietnam Moratorium. What a humiliation for 
the administration. Clemson students just don't 
do things like that. They're nice, clean-cut, pro-war, 
McDonald's hamburger American boys and girls 
who wouldn't dare stand in that amphitheatre 
reading the names of war dead, and holding those 
goddamned candles, marching with them hippies 
from Georgia, listening to that communist David 
Schoenbrun undermine American patriotism and 
the overall war effort, staying up all night to say 
that THEY are for an immediate withdrawal of all 



U. S. troops from Viet Nam. Who the hell do they 
think they are, anyway? 

Clemson, Clemson, what has happened to you? 
All those students wanting to get rid of the Con- 
federate flag, the Stars and Bars. Oh God. And 
"Dixie" offends them, and they sued the University 
to hold a regional, a regional moratorium to bring 
in all them outside agitators, and the long-haired 
Mary Janes forced Frank Howard to resign as foot- 
ball coach, and the venereal disease rate went up 
according to The Tiger, and coeds are staying out 
all night half the time, and Clemson students, our 
Clemson students from Spartanburg and Anderson 
and Walhalla and Columbia and Camden and Rock 
Hill, not just them damned New Jersey hippies, 
are smoking marijuana and shooting gook into their 
veins, and the football team was lousy and the 
basketball team was worse and where will it end? 
I ask you, where will it end? 

Whatever happened to coming home on the 
weekends and sitting here with us and telling us 
about good grades and the pretty new girlfriend 
whose father is independently wealthy and want- 
ing to be an engineer or a doctor or a sales repre- 
sentative and watching the Saturday ballgame with 
Daddy and going to church with us on Sunday like 
in the good old days. I ask you — what has hap- 
pened to the good old days? 

Oh Clemson, what have they done to you? I 
mean it's not as if John C. Calhoun hadn't lived 
right over there on that hill. The pep is gone from 



the pep rallies, that good old-time patriotic de- 
votion to The School has died and The Hair is so 
long and the skirts so short and the clothes so dirty 
and I saw a pretty little girl from Pickens (Pickens, 
mind you) dating one of them long-haired, greasy- 
looking, wire rim glasses, tennis shoes and blue 
jeans and army jacket hippies and she kissed him 
and I wanted to retch and where will it stop? 

And President Edwards is trying so hard and 
working so late and losing so much weight to try 
and run that university the way he knows it should 
be run and actually sitting for hours talking to those 
freaks and all in his office and all he gets is ingrati- 
tude. And every time he tries to do something 
that fishwrapper The Tiger is on his back to cut him 
down and ridicule him and complain and gripe and 
bellyache about something they don't even know 
anything about and try to tell the president of the 
university how to run the place and I know that the 
whole staff is probably from New Jersey or some- 
where else in the North and they all dress shabbily 
and have long hair and gave so much unwarranted 
coverage to that moratorium and I think it's about 
time the administration closed it down and disci- 
plined the editors. 

Where? Where? Where has gone the old way 
when things were so calm and pleasant and stu- 
dents were students and didn't stick their noses 
into everything? What has happened to the Good 
Old Days? 

DEAD, DEAD and GONE. 



RECESSIONAL 



So it goes. In the beginning was the Waste, and 
the Waste was with us, and we were the Waste. 
And we found ourselves up to our ears in Clem- 
son's idyllic pastures. It covered up; it filled our 
eyes, our noses, smothered our youthful breasts, 
choked us and we knew it not. There, at the very 
beginning, we divided ourselves into two camps — 
those who were content to move upwind, and those 
who were determined to find the source and stop 
the flow. As always, both sides failed. 
This, then, was the Clemson tradition — a series of 
driftings and flounderings; an attempt by some to 
keep their heads above it all, while others refused 
to tread. As always, a few sank beneath the mire — 
they are the heroes of this prayer. 
For those who were content to move upwind, things 
more or less worked out. While they were never 
successful in escaping the wastes of academia, they 
got used to the odor. They became a part of 
the odor. 

". . . Clemson as an institution and the vast 
majority of individuals who comprise the insti- 
tution never forget that Clemson exists to train 
young people for useful careers of their own and 
for useful service to society." 
We can dismiss the Joiners-of-the-Odor with a few 
words. They did what was expected of them. They 
do what is expected of them. They became "pro- 
ductive members of society" — that is, they learned 
to wallow. They were the majority; a silent and 
overpowering stench. It is enough to say that they 
never really enjoyed the offal; just lived and 
breathed in it. As expected. 

But the story of Clemson, if it be a changing story, 
is not the story of the Eaters-of-the-Offal, but the 
story of the Seekers-of-the-Source, for though they 
were no more successful in escaping the horrible 
muck, they never forgot it stank. We trace the 
course of their failure here now. 

"The Board of Trustees . . . adopted in 1965 a 
directive proclaiming fredom of expression within 
the University community . . ." 
There have always been Seekers. In recent years, 
their number has grown. They have not asked for 
the right to speak; they never thought it necessary 
to ask for a right. Among the graduates of '70 
were the Seekers of '66. 

". . . but forbidding any overt or violent acts 



which interfere with the functioning of the insti- 
tution. The President is ordered and directed to 
enforce this policy by such disciplinary measures 
as he deems necessary." 
Not that the Seekers hadn't always lived among 
the Waste; they had. But they expected something 
different from college. A new awareness, available 
for the asking. Perhaps they expected too much. 
What awareness they did get was handed to them 
on a shovel. It was enough in '66. Now they knew 
the Waste from what it as. The guestion became, 
"Where does it all come from?" 

"This policy has been repeatedly communicated 
to all concerned and has been of inestimable 
value in promoting an atmosphere of responsi- 
bility and mutual understanding." 
The Seekers understood that someone was threaten- 
ing them. Someone as content with the Waste, 
even pleased with it, and wished to preserve its 
tactical, defensive nature. In '67, they were still 
niave — too ill-founded in the scientific method to 
suspect that the Protectors-of-theOffal might be 
the Producers as well. They would learn. 

"Here at Clemson the administration has always 
and will always ask the faculty for recommenda- 
tions . . . the qualification of academic adminis- 
trators is one of the areas where the faculty 
should be of assistance . . ." 
For a while, the Seekers suspected the faculty. 
Although the Seekers did not know what to suspect 
from a faculty, the faculty still was not what they 
expected. So they suspected. 

"This role however is not best fulfilled through 
an established procedure ... we should keep 
the appointment system fluid." 
But not for long. No, it wasn't the faculty. Most 
of them were assuredly Easters-of-the-Offal but not 
the Producers. (A few were Seekers in their own 
way.) 

In '68, the Seekers knew their enemy. They found 
the Source, the fecund orifice, and set out to cap 
it. Journalists, politicians, Christians, Jews — the 
Seekers filled various roles in the war. They passed 
bills, and more bills, and wrote editorials, and more 
editorials, and said a few prayers and nothing 
fundamental was accomplished. They managed to 
dam, to channel, to divert — they reached a few 
goals, won a few compromised victories — but they 



never stopped the flow. They maintained their 
inferior under-it-all position for, try as they did, 
the sheer velocity and volume of the Waste was 
more than they could combat. Or outrun. 

"A small group of students sought to convene 
on the Clemson campus a regional Vietnam 
Moratorium demonstration. . . . Administration, 
recognizing its responsibility for proper use . 
after a full hearing and the filing of detailed 
briefs and affidavits, Judge Donald Russell 
his opinion fully upheld the University's position. 
In '69 and into 70, the Seekers became resigned. 
The fought blindly now, full of resentment and pity, 
sick of the adjectives, the rhetoric, the stultifying 
Waste. 

Thus sustained, Clemson's Administration is 
addressing itself anew to the future of the Uni- 
versity. In a spirit of mutual understanding, we 
are determined to carry Clemson forward to 



higher degrees of excellence in every aspect of 

the University." 
The Waste rose higher and higher. The Seekers 
had failed— the Seekers had always failed. They 
found the source— they faced the Producers— and 
were overwhelmed. Now, like the Seekers before 
them, they could leave— they had failed. 
They leave with the only education Clemson of- 
fers—the realization of failure. It is the best sort 
of education. The Seekers learned that as long as 
there are men of no talent in high places, there 
will be Waste. And there will be Seekers, to lose 
the fight against Waste. That's a lot of knowledge. 
The stench remains. The Producers grow fatter. 
The complacent, the Eaters-of-the-Offal, consume 
the Waste and know it not. And they are the Pro- 
ducers to tomorrow. They will consume, and grow 
large, and defecate, and others will feed. 
So it goes. 




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