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OniVietisitp of JSortb Carolina 




CoIUctton ot jl^ottg Catoltntana 

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UNIVERSITY OF NC AT CHAPEL HILL 



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notice is sent to you. It must be brought to the North 
Carolina Collection (in Wilson Library) for renewal. 



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Sue Lindsej-Editer-in-Oiief Bill Neelj-lllanaging Editor Claj Johnson, Jr.-Bnsiness Manager 



Published by the Students of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 



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Jo The Seven Hundred And Fifty: 



Those constituting the decreased enrollment at the University of North 
Carolina due to the Korean "war" and selective service. Those whose 
collegiate world was invaded hy the draft; those students who to avoid the 
draft chose voluntary enlistment; those prospective students who 
never came. For them there is no emotional '"War to End All Wars" or 
"Fight to Save Democracy" slogan. To those who could have offered 
their energies and talents and wits to Carolina, to those who could 
have developed their potentialities through its civilian advantages, 
the 1952 edition of the Yackety Yack is dedicated. 



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CAROLINA 



AN ENTITY 




■with a meaning as different to each individual — past student, present 

student, future student; president, administrator, professor; merchant, 

villager, visitor; file clerk or ground keeper — as his contributions and 

experiences and memories at the University of North Carolina. 





Manning Hall 




A 

COLLECTION 
OF 
BIJILUINCS 



Collier Cobb Dormitory 



Person Hall 




Graham Memorial 
Student Union 



of heterogeneous architectural styles 

started in 1793 on 20,000 acres of gently 

sloping Carolinian land in the Piedmont 

section: sturdy evidence of the whiniseys 

of the successive chairmen of the 

Buildings Committees. 




Bingham Annex 





il Place Designed Far Educatian: 



the abstraction of ideals, aims, goals 

— actually consisting of a many-fold 

curriculum with a weekly grind of 

classes attended or cut, registration 

and Book Exchange lines, homework 

done or undone, textbooks, pencils, 

paper and study lamps burning 

late into the night. 





Coisniopolitaii 

Student 

Bod>: 

home may be Wilmington, Charlotte, 
Roxboro, Fuquay-Varina, Mt. Airy 
or Canton, North Carolina; 
Connecticut; Florida, or California; 
Japan or India or Thailand. And 
for reasons as varied as their back- 
grounds, students come; for social 
contacts, for athletics, husband 
hunting, to just pass away the time for 
a few years, but for some, from a 
rare innate desire to learn from the 
ever-increasing store of knowledge 
stashed away in library stacks, notes, 
and the minds of professors. 



A. Miniature State: 

a self-governing student body composed of individuals selected by the 
voting students througb hotly contested elections — replete with opposing 
political parties, posters, platforms, campaign speeches, and ballot boxes. 



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A Mase at 

Extras 

curriculars: 

a l)uzzing, fascinating world in which a 

student can pursue any inclination : 

dramatics, publications, athletics, student 

government, religion, music, debating — 

"Anything to keep from studying!" 





A. MerryGa" 




With an infinite variety of parties — beach, Hogan's 
Lake, rush, costume; Dances, beauty contests, derbies, 
carnivals; Dormitory open houses, sorority coffees; 
Fabulous football season, with ingenious floats for the 





Haund at Sacial Life: 



"Beat Dook" parade, returning alumni and traffic jams 
and crowded restaurants and the famous '^Carolina 
Spirit" noisily manifested in the cheering section at 
Kenan Stadium. 





1952: The YeiBr of 




the OYCI, the Obnoxious Y-Court Individual ; 
the squabble over standard vs tabloid Daily 
Tar Heel; upsets in Student Government, with 
the Elections and Budget Bills declared uncon- 
stitutional and the abolition of Coed Senate; 
standstill due to labor strikes for two months 
on the niillion-dollars-plus Medical Founda- 
tion and the three School of Business Admin- 
istration buildings and Cobb Dormitory; 
outlawry of fraternity hazing by the IFC; 
admission of graduate Negro students to the 
I'niversity; almost doubled enrollment in 
the Air Force and Naval ROTC units; and 
the arrival on campus of 27 freshmen coed 



You'll Find . . . 

A. dm in isiru iion 

on pages 15-19 



CiiiSS^S 



Undergraduate on pages 20-110 

Graduate and Professional on pages 111-141 

Air Force ROTC on pages 142-150 

Naval ROTC on pages 151-155 



Sports 

on pages 156-197 

E.ximcu rrivuiars 

Organizations on pages 200-240 

Honoraries and Professional Fraternities on 
pages 241-272 

Greeks on pages 273-335 

on pages 336-359 i 

it P€Bys to A^dvertise 

on pages 360-380 




GORDON GRAY 

President of the Consolidated University 




eaiis 



FRED WEAVER 

Dean of Students 




THOMAS H. CARROLL 
Dean of the School of Business Administration 



MRS. ROBERT H. WETTACH 

Acting Dean of Women 



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SUSAN GREY AKERS 
Dean of the School of Library Science 



O. J. "SKIPPER" COFFIN 
Dean of the School of Journalism 




ALAN KEITH-LUCAS 
Acting Dean of the School of Social Work 



ELIZABETH L. KEMBLE 
Dean of the School of ISursing 





GLV B. PHILLIPS 
Dean of the School of Education 



C. P. SPRUILL 

Dean of the General College 

Acting Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences 



ROBERT BURTON HOUSE 

Chancellor of the Uitiversity 
at Chapel Hill 




/ / 



Thtf AluMnni A.ssaci€Btian 



Every former student of Carolina has the opportunity of 

keeping in touch with the University and with friends 

of campus days through the activities of the General 

Alumni Association. It maintains offices in the 

Carolina Inn at Chapel Hill, publishes and mails 

regularly to dues-paying members The Aluntui Revieiv^ 

keeps up to date lists of all former students, promotes 

alumni meetings in many communities where 

alumnae and alumni reside, sponsors reunions at 

Commencement, arranges homecomings, and otherwise 

seeks to link the past with the present for an 

even more fruitful future of Alma Mater. 

In the mailing room of the Alumni Ofhce are maintained 

address stencils for more than 45,000 living former 

students. At right, an issue of The .ilurnni Revieiv is 

being preparetl for the post office. 





OFFICERS OF THE GENERAL ALLMNI ASSOCIATION— Alumni Secretary J. 
Maryon (Spike) Saunders, '25; 1951-52 President E. Earle Rives, '21, Greensboro; 
Past President J. Harold Lineberger, '26, Belmont; President-Elect R. Arthur 
Soaugh, Jr., '20, Winston-Salem. 



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Undergraduate 
Senior 
Junior 
Saphownore 
Freshwnen 

Graduate and 
JPrafessianat Schaais 

Air Farce ROT C 



NuM^al ROTC 



Senior €las;§; 




OFFI4 KRS 

Art-hie Myatt President 

Al House f^ ice-President 

Anne Gowen Secretnry 

Mary Nell Boddie Social Chnirman 

Allan Donald Treasurer 



Graduation procession — June 1951 



Pa^e , 



952 



AARON. JOE RILEY High Point 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. \( resiling (2, 3. 4). 

ADAMS, JAMES RONALD Coconut Grove, Fla. 

A.B. IN ECtlNOMICS. Sigma Chi. 

ALBERGOTTK JULIAN SHEPPARD. JR. Charlotte 



ALBINO, JOHN 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

ALEXANDER, DAVID MORTON 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Daily Tar Ile.l (4(. 

ALLEN, DAVID WARREN 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. D,-lla Kaiipa Epsil.in. 



Wilmington 

Charlotte 

Greensboro 



ALLISON. ROBERT SHERMAN 

"B.S. IN GEOLOGY. Pi Kappa Alpha: Sign, 

ALLSTON. FRANK JAMES, JR. 



ALSPALGH, THOMAS MARION 



Chapel Hill 

ma Epsilon. 

Arlington, Va. 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Chi Psi : Cross Country Manager (2, 3); 
Daily Tar H,,l (1. 2, 3, 4): Grail (2, 3, 41; Monogram Club; 
Pubiieations Board (2, 3. 41; Track Manager (2. 3); University 
Club (1. 2(; Yackely Yack (1. 2); Orientation Counselor (2, 4). 

Wiiiston-Saleni 



ALSTON, WILLIAM WIGGINS 

A.B. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

ANDERSON, JOYCE WARD 

A.B. IN ELEMENTARY EDICATION. 



Louisburg 
Bahama 



ANDERSON, ROBERT LOVELL, JR. Clemson, S. C. 

mittee (4);NROTC 



Fifth Ru„ : 

ANDREWS. JEAN CHANDLER 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Ilpha Delia Pi. 

ANTHONY. JOHN CHARLES 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Cumberland, MH. 
Wilson 



AUSTIN, EDWARD HEATHCLIFF Four Oaks 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. P/ii Belo Kap/Jo; B.(a (ioiiimu 



BAILEY, ROBERT EMMETT Washington, D. C. 

B.S. IN GEOLOGY. Sigma Phi Ep.iilon; Sigma Gamma Epsilon : 
Choral Club (2>: (;lee Club (2. 3. I). 

BAILEY, ROBERT FREEMAN Raleigh 

B.S. IN Bt SINESS ADMIMSTIiATION. Phi Eta Sigma. 

BALLARD, FRED CLAYTON Wilmington 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 




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!§ieiiior Class 




BARBOT. JULIAN AUGUSTUS, JR. Wilmington 

U.S. IN GEOLOGY. Siitma Gamma Epsilon. 

BARBOUR, MARION DUR\S'OOD Benson 

B.S, IN GEOLOGY. .Sigma Gamma E/aiUni. 

BAREFOOT. RUPERT DAVID Raleigh 

B.S. IN MEDICINE. 



BARKER. ELEANOR MAE 

\.B. IN RADIO. Carolina Conimuniri 



iins Club (.!. H. 



BARKER. GILMER CLYDE, JR. Raleigh 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Carolina Quarlvrly (1>; Carolina 

Pnliliral Inion (31: Gl.<- Club (I. 2. 3(: YMCA (2. .S ) : Phi 

Asstinbly (1. 2. 41: Plavniakrrs ( .S ) : Tarnali,<n < .-< I : Stu.Irnl 
P.1rl> (4>. 

BARNES, EDWIN THOMAS Raleigh 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



BARNES. EMMY LOU 

A.B. IN EDl'CATION. Alpha Gamma Delia. 

BARRINGER, MARTIN DeBERRY 

U.S. IN CHEMISTRY. 

BARRY, WILLIAM 

\.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 



BARWICK. PAUL ALVIN 



Kenly 

Mt. Pleasant 

Hamlet 



BASESCU, 


RONALD 




New York, N. Y. 


A.B. IN SOCI 
2. 3. -t). 


OLO<;Y. Monopran 


■ Clul 


, (I. 2. 3. 1) ; SMimmin;. (1. 



BASS, CLAUDE HAMPTON 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 



Fiflk Rau : 

BATEMAN, RAYMOND DEAN 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. R.-,r,alicin Club ( 

BAUGHMAN, GLENN HEINS 

A.B. IN RADIO. Carolina Coniuiuni.-alioi 

BEALE, JESSE JORDAN. JR. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 



Winston-Salem 
Charlotte 

<2. 3t. 

Raleigh 



shoro 



BEAMAN, ALLMAN 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Kappa Alpha: Di S.nal..; 
CniMTsity Club (3»: Swimming (2>: NROTC: YMCA (3»; Head 
Ch<<rUa.l.r (3). 

BEARD, OCTAVIA Bailev 

A.B. IN JOIRNALISM. Daily Tar lUil (3(; YWCA (3. 1). 

BEASLEY, E. ADAIR DeFuniak Springs, Fla. 

A.B. IN DRAMATIC ART. Delia Delia Delia; Plavmakors (3. 4); 
Sound and Fur) (3); Women's Council (3. 4); YWCA (3. 4); 
Coed Senate (3. 4); Women's Orientation (4). 



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BEATTY, CLELAND HAYDEN 

A.B. IN HISTORY. 

BENNETT, CHARLES GLENN. JR. 

A.B. IN PHV.SICAL EDUCATION. 



BENNETT, JACK NORWOOD 



Cuun.'il CO : Yuung Dt- 



BENNETT, ROBERT EDWARD 



BERGMANIS, JURIS 

A.B. IN CHEMI.STRY. 



BEST, LUCILE KELLY 



BESTWICK, RICHARD LAMONT 



Rockv Mount 



Clinton 

'anhellrnir 



BIELAWSKI. CEDRIC 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. 

BINGHAM. FREDERICK DANA 

B.S. IN tEOLOr.Y. Sisma Camma Epsilon 



BIRD, FRANKIE LEE 



Sharon, Pa. 

, 41 : IVIano^rain 

Washington, D. C. 
Raleigh 



BIZZELL, EUNICE WOOTEN Goldsboro 

A.B. IN EDrCATION. Chi Omepo; YWCA. 

BLACK, WILLIAM FREDERICK Greensboro 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 4li,ha Kappa Psi: Shpiks 



Fifth R„u : 

BLAIR, BEVERLY ANN Winston-Salem 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Zela Tau Alpha. 

BLANTON, RACHEL LEE Winston-Salem 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 

BLANTON, ROBERT EUGENE Lattimore 



BLEVINS, MAURICE FRANKLIN Dobson 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. 

BLOOMER, GEORGE BEALE, JR. Chevy Chase, Md. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Alpha Tau Omega: Daily Tar Heel (2). 



BLUE, KATHERINE FLOYD 



eford 

<■ Club 




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Senior Cla§;is 




BODDIE. MARY NELL 



Durham 



A.B. IN JOIRNALISM. Alpha Delia Pii Daily Tar Heel (3. H; 
Women's Council (31: YWCA (3. 4): Coed Senate (3, 4): Press 
Club (41. 



BOND, EDGAR RAY, JR. 



Guilford College 



A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Chi Phi; Alpha Phi Omega; In 
dormitory Council (3. 4); Sound and Furv (1. 21: Dorniil 
President (3): Student Party (4). 



BOOKER. JOHN PINCKNEY, JR. 



Winston-Salem 

m Club (4); Tennis 



Philadelphia, Pa. 



BORDA. CHARLES A., HI 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIO.N. Delia Psi: German Club 
< tl: Ginishoul (3. 4); Vackety Yack 12. 3): Student Audit Board 
(2). Secretary (2». 



BOSTIC, WILLIAM C, III 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Kappa Alpha 
Scabbard and Blade: I SNROTC : Class 
German Club Executive (3. 4): Int( 
Order of the Old Well: Sheiks; Sac 
Lefislalure (2. 3). 



sident : Vice-President. 
■ tive Committee (1.2>; 
rnitv Council (3. 4): 
nd Furv ( 1 ) : Student 



BOSTICK, RICHARD SETH, JR. Charlotte 

Daify Tar Heel (2 1 : 13 Club (3) : 



BOTTO, LARRY FRANCIS 



Bradenton, Fla. 



B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Tau Omega. President 
(4): Golden Fleece (3. 4): Grail (3. 4): Order of the Old Well 
(3. 4): Student Council Chairman (3. 4): Student Legislature (2>; 
Scabbard and Blade: President's Cabinet (2. 3). 



BOWERS, HENRY 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Kappa Alpha: Studei 
President. Student Biidv (3. 4); Assisia 
Orientation Counselor (3>. 

BOWLES, MARY ELIZABETH 



BOYER. HUGH MORRISON 

• ThelaPi: In 

BOYETTE. KATHERINE KELLY 

A.B. IN EDtCATION. Delia Delia Delia. 

BOYLE, LADSON HUNTER 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. ZelaPsi: Minataurs. 
Fi/lh Roic: 

BOYLES, ROBERT STRICKLAND 

\.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 

BRACEY. WILLIAM RICHARD 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Band (1. 2». 

BRADY. ISAAC FRED, JR. 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EUl CATION. Football (1). 



BRADY. WILLIAM EARL, JR. 

A.B. IN MISIC. Glee Club (2, 3, 4). 



Mountain Home 

Bgislalure (1, 2, 3); 
ttorney-General ( 3 ) ; 

Statesville 

r (3): Yackely Yaek 

Charlotte 

rfraternity Council 

Carthage 
Sumter, S. C. 

High Point 

Favetteville 

Mebane 



BRAKE, ROSA LEE 



Rooky Mount 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. YWCA (3, 4) ; Coed Senate 
Treasurer (4) ; Student Advisor (4) ; Independent Coed Board (4) ; 
Election Board (4). 

BRAME, ROBERT GRIFFIN Wendell 

B.S. IN MEDICINE. Phi Ela Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Phi 
Alpha; Lacrosse Manager (1, 2>; Monogram Clab (3). 



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BRANNAN, WADE MELBREY 

B.S. in MEDICINE. Phi Beta Kappa. 

BRANTLEY, COLEMAN 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Epsilon Delia 

BRAXTON, MYERS GRIFFIN 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. 



BRAZELLE, RICHARD VIRGIL 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

BRENEGAR, DAVID R. Winston-Salem 

B.S. I.\ BISI.NESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Sigma; Sheiks. 

BREWER, CHARLES HART, JR. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Kappa Alpha; Dailr Tar Heel (2. 3) 
Dance Committee SecretarJ (2. 3): Sound and Fury (2 1: Alph 
Phi Omega (1, 21: Student Entertainment Committee (3. 41. 



BRIDGER, CHARLES ICEMAN 



BRIGGS, WILLIAM EDWARD Asheville 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMI.NISTRATION. Delia Sigma Pi. 

BRIGHAM, EUGENE FOSTER 



BRITT, DOCK A. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

BRITT, GEORGE MILTON 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIE.NCE. 

BROADFOOT, HENRY B., JR. Black Mountain 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTR.ATION. Alpha Tau O, 



Fiflh Rou,: 

BROCK, JAMES MOSES 

B.S.. LL.B. IN LAW. 



BROOKS, ROBERT MARION, JR. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Lambda Chi Alpha; Di Senate (1): 
Intel-fralernily Council (3): Young Democrat's Club (1); YMCA 



BROUGHTON, HOWARD CHALK 



Falls Church, Va 

: Coed Board (3). 



BROWN, BARBARA FRENCH 

A.B. IN HISTORY. YWCA (4( : Independe 

BROWN, DONALD MONROE New Bern 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi; AFRt)TC. 

BROWN, EDWARD ALVIN Greensboro 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 




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f^enior Clasis 




BROWN, PEGGY JANE 



Raiidleman 



A.B. IN KELIGION. YWCA (3. 4); Wesley Foundation (3. 4>. Vice- 
President (4): Student Ad%isor (4); Seeretarv Coed Senate (4): 
Dormitory President (41. 

BROWN, ROBERT BARCLAY Wilmington 

A. B. IlN MLSIC. Pki Eta Sigma: Phi Wu Alpha. 



BROWNE, JAMES NICHOLAS, III 



BRUNDAGE, HELEN CANON 



BRYAN. CHARLES ARTHUR 

B.S. IN BACTERIOUtCV. 

BUCKNER, BRUCE McKAY 

A.B. IN CHEMISTUV. 



BUCKNER, ROBERT LYNN 



Wilmington 



Baltimore, Md. 
Swannanoa 



Chapel Hill 



BUMPOUS, JACQUELYN L. St. Petersburg, Fla. 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Delta Delta Delia; Women's Council (3): 
Yaekety lack (3. 4(! YW CA (3. 4(. Cabinet (4): Orientation 
Committee (4): Student Advisor (4>: Women's Handbook Staff 
(31: Student Party (3. 41: Valkyries (4). 



BURGESS, NANCY ANN 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Phi Mu; 



Rome, N. Y. 



BURGESS. WILLIAM CROMARTIE 



Raleigh 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Phi Beta Kappa: Cross Country 
(1. 2. 3. 41: Doifv Tar Heel (21: Soiniming (2. 3): Monogram 
Club (2. 3. 4); Order of the Old Well (3. 4); Traek (1. 2. 3. 4). 

BURKHOLDER, WILLIAM RUSSELL Candor 

B.S. IN SCIENCE TEACHING. Phi Delta kappa: Di Senate (3. 41; 
Grail (4); Student Legislature (31: YMCA (3. 4>. President (41: 
Srabbard and Blade (41: President Southern Area YMCA Council. 



BURNETT, LEON R. 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Di .Senate (3). 



Black Mountain 



Fi/lh Ruu : 

BUSH. ELIZABETH BOWERS 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Gamma Delta: W csle 

BUTCHER, CAROLYN MURRY 

A.B. IN EDICATION. Pi Beta Phi. 



BYRD, BARBARA JUNE 



eks; Glee Club (3) : Pla 



Elon College 



BYRD, JUNE STONE 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 

BYRD, MARTHA HUNTER 



BYRD, SAMUEL DAVIS, JR. Goldsboro 

B.S. IN MEDICINE. Thela Chi: Phi Eta Sigma: Chairman Class 
Executive Committee (I. 2>: Debate Council (3 1: Di Senate (2. 
31: Order of the Old Well (3); Student Legislature (3): YMCA 
(1. 2>: Baptist Student Union (1. 2>: Elections Committee (2. 3). 



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952 



CADIEli. JOHN NEAL Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN JOIRNALISM. Daily Tar Heel (1. 2. 3. 41. 

CALDWELL, DONALD HARRISON Matthews 

B..S. I.N BISINESS .4DMINISTR.\TION. 

CALDWELL, PAUL WILLIS. JR. Morganlon 



CALLAHAN, JOSEPH S.. JR. Fayetteville 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTR.ATION. YMCA (1. 2. .1. 4 1. 

CAMP, LEWIS FORMAN, JR. Charlotte 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Phi Oaiega: Phi Beta 
Kappa. 

CAMP, MARY LOUISE Charlotte 



CAMPBELL. GINA WILCOX Miami Beach. Fla. 

A.B. IN ART. Chi Omega: Di Senate (4»: VW CA (3. 4>. 

CAMPBELL, JAMES THOMAS Taylorsville 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Psi. 

CAMPBELL, KATHLEEN EARLE Hamlet 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Gamma Delia: Glee Club (3): Inli r- 
dormilorv Council (41; VWCA (3. 4); G. M. Board of Dirrrlors 
( t ) : Cord Senate (4). 



CANTRELL, CAROL ENLOE 



EtoM'ah, Temi. 

rsilv Club: Youns 



CANTX^'ELL, BRADFORD CHAFFIN Wilmington 

•lla: University Club (3): 1 M<:A : 



CARR, ROGER ALTON 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Fifth Roir: 

CARRIKER, HEATH HARDING 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Di .Senate Cle 

CARSON, LEON HOLDEN, JR. 



CARSWELL, ABEL PAUL, JR. 

A.B. IN MEDICINE. Lambda I hi Alpha. 



CARTER, JACOB MARVIN 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Baseball ( 1 

CARTER, \^'ILLARD OSCAR 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. 



Ellerbe 



Freeport, Pa. 

li Football (I. 2. 



KannapoliiH 



CARTMEL, ROSEMARY 



Pleasantville, N. Y. 




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Senior Claris 




Winterville 



CASTELLOE, THOMAS E. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Beta Kappa. 



CATES, JOHN ALLEN Hillsboro 

B.S.. LL.B. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



CAllBLE, JOHN ROBERT 



CAZIN, JOHN, JR. 



CHAFFEE, JOHN WILLARD 

A.B. IN ANTHROPOLOGY. 



CHANDLER. THEODORE GILMER 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Drlla Sign 



Salisbury 



Wellsburg, W. Va. 

.■ NROTC (1, 2, 3. 4); 



Raleigh 
Broadwav 



CHANTLER, BARBARA ANN 



Wilmington, Del. 



Union, N. J. 



CHAPMAN, LEWIS R., JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. <.7ii P,l; Phi Eta Sigmat 
Phi Beta Kappa: Beta Gamma Sigma; Daily Tar Heel (1. 2, 3): 
Ordrr of the Old \lrll (3. 4>: Studrnt Elrctions Board (1. 2). 

CHARLES, JOAN MARION Sea Girt, N. J. 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Alpha Gamma Delia; Sigma Alpha lota; 
Glee Club (3. 41; Sludrnt Council (4»; Valkyries (41: YWCA 
(3. 4>: Orirnlation Comniittrc : Student Party (3. 4). 



CHARNOCK, RICHARD ELWOOD 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Abs. 



CHEEK, LAWRENCE M. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



CHESHIRE, WILLIAM POLK 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Zeta Pti; 13 Club (1). 



Asheville 

Chapel Hill 

Hillsboro 



Fijih Rou: 

CHEW, ELIZABETH BINFORD Waynesboro, Va. 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Alpha Delia Pi: YWCA (3, 4»: Coed Senate 



(4); Panhelleni< 



il (4). 



CHEYNE, WILLIAM ANDREW 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 



Favetteville 



CHICHESTER, LILA WARD 



Frederick, Md. 

A.B. IN ART. Delta Delta Delta; Student Legislature (3); Splash 
Club (3, 4); Student Advisor (4); Cardboard (3. 4). 



CHILDERS, JUANITA ELIZABETH 



Louisburg 



A.B. IN EDUCATION. Sigma Alpha lota; Glee Club (3, 4); Play- 
makers (3. 41; University Club (4); YWCA (3, 4); Baptist Stu- 
dent Union. 



CHURCHILL, JEAN DORSETT 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 

CLAMPITT, ROBERT HAMILTON 



Wilmington 



Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Phi Ela Sigma: laralina Quarterly (3); Debate 
Squad (3. 41: Debate Council (2. 4): Di Senate (1. 2. 3. 4); 
Tarnation ^2. 3); Campus Party (1. 21; Florida Club (1. 2); 
State Student Legislature (3, 4>; Canterbury Club (1. 2). 



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CLARK, BARBARA ANNE Stuart, Va 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Alpha Gamma Delta: YWCA (3. 4). 



CLARK, JENNY C. 

A.B. IN RADIO. Pi Beta 



Washington, D. C. 

Glee Club (4). 



CLARK. LEE ANDREW, JR. Everetts 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Bela Kappa. 



Second Rote ; 

CLARK, SARAH Wilmington 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Pi Bela Phi; Coif Managir (4) : Y« CA (3, 4). 



CLAUD, JOSEPH GILLETTE, HI 

M.A. IN HISTORY. Bela Thela Pi: Phi Asscn 



CLEMENT, WILLIAM NORMAN, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Norfolk, Va. 
Raleigh 



CLERY, EDWARD DOUGLAS 

A.B. IN RADIO. Sigma Chi: Univ.rsily Parly. 

CLEWIS, ALONZO CHARLES, III 



COATS, BRUCE AARON 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Baseball (3. 1). 



COBB. JOHN VINES, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Upper Darby. Pa. 



Tampa, Fla. 



Pinetops 



COBLE, NANCY LOVE Laurinburg 

A.B. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATKIN. Alpha Delia Pi; YWCA. 



COGSWELL, ARTHUR R., JR. 

A.B. IN DRAMATIC ART. Beta Thela Pi; 



COHEN, IRVIN MARVIN 



COHEN, JACK 



Jacksonville, Fla. 

-oliiia Quarterly. 



Linrolnton 



Chapel Hill 



COHOON, FRED LUDFORD 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Basiball (2). 



COLEY, EDWARD SANDERLIN 



Elizabeth Citv 



COLLINS, JAMES EDWARD Winston-Salem 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi. 



CONNELLY, JAMES R. 



Morganton 



B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Alpha; Dance Com- 
mitlee (3, 4); Fencing <2); Inlerfratcrnily Council (2, 3); YMCA 
(1, 2, 3). 




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CONOLY, JAMES HALBERT Philadelphia, Pa. 

B.S. IN Bl'SI^ESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Psi: Cross 
Counlrv (1. 21: Phi Assi-mblv (1, 2. 3. 4); Younp Republirans 
Club (1, 2). 



CONWAY, CONNIE MACK 

B.S. IN BISINESS ADMINISTRATION. 


Durham 


COOK, NANCY LANE 

A.B. IN JOIIRNALISM. Pi Beta Phi. 


Burlington 


Sfctnut Ruu-: 




COOLEY, ELIZABETH McCAIN 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. D,lla Delia Delta: Chi-er 


Louisville, Ky. 

Lrader. 


COOPER. HENRY B. 

\.R. IN ECONOMICS. Kappa Alpha. 


Wake Forest 


CORBETT, KATHLEEN VIRGINIA 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. YWCA (.1. 4>: \(AA. 


Swansboro 


Thirit Rout 




CORDELL, EDWARD MAURICE 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. 


Union, S. C. 


CORDLE. OSCAR EDWARD, II 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Sigma -Vu : S»ir 
(1 ). 


Norfolk, Va. 

liming (1, 21 : Track 


COSTELLO. MARIE PATRICIA 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Daily Tar Heel (.1. 1) ; Pr. s 


Chapel Hill 

5 Club (4). 


Faurth Rou-: 




COTTEN. MICHAEL RODNEY 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. .Sigma Chi: InLrdnrmitn 


Belleville. N. J. 

r, Council (U. 



COUNCILL, FREDERICK MOORE 



COX. GEORGE ELTON 



Fijlh Rou: 

CRANFORD. HAROLD DAVIS 



Asheboro 

nily Council 



CREE, PHILIP ROBERT Fort Lauderdale. Fla. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delia Sigma Pi. 

CREED. ROBERT M. Favetleville 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Kappa Alpha: Scabbard 
and Blade: Glee Club (I. 2. .S>: Interdorniitorv Council (2. 3. 4): 
University Club (2); Velcran-s Club (3»; Dorniitorv President 
(2) : AFROTC. 



CREEF. WILLIAM LAWRENCE 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

CRITTENDEN. CARL STRANG 

B.S. IN BACTER10I,0(;Y. Phi Delia Thela 

CRONE. CHARLES WILLIAM 

A.B. IN RADIO. Glee Club (4): Interdor 
<ersitv Club «2I: Carolina Comniunirati. 
President (2). 



South Norfolk. Va. 

Shellnian. Ga. 

Goldsboro 



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CROUCH, GRIER HOWARD 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. 

CULBERTSON, JOHN KETNER 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

CULPEPPER. FAY MARIE 



Salisburj' 



Fort Pierce, Fla. 
IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 4lpha Delia Pi; WAA 
icil (3). President (4): Splash Club {3. 4): YWCA. 



CULPEPPER, HARVEY A., JR. 




Rockv 


Mount 


B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Cross Country 
Interdormilary Council (3. 4); Student Legislature (2) 
(2); University Club (3, 4); Young Democrats Club (2 
YMCA (1, 2. 3, 4); Dormitory President (41: AFROTC. 


(1. 2(; 
; Track 
. 3. 4) : 


CUTHBERTSON, WILLIAM R., 


JR. 


Ch 


arlotte 


B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. B, 

(3>: Sheiks (2. 3. 4). 


•la Thria Pi; Gern 


■ an Club 


DARDAN, GEORGE R., JR. 




Camden 


, S. C. 


B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Sigmo ,Vu; Inter 


fratern 


lity Council 


(2). 


Third Rou: 








DAUGHERTY, JAMES K., JR. 




Baltimore, Md. 



DAUGHTRIDGE, WILLIAM GRAY Rockv Mount 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINLSTRATION. Delia Sigma Pi. 



DAVIDSON, ROBERT WILLIAM 



ille 



DAVIS, ADAM CLARKE 


Greenville 


B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 




DAVIS, DANIEL WHITAKER 


Andrews 


A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Ela Sigma: Alpha 
Club (2. 3). 


Epsilon Delia; Glc 


DAVIS, DON BURTON 


Greensboro 


B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 




Fi/lh Row: 




DAVIS, JOSEPH HURSEY 


Elizabethtown 


A.B. IN EDUCATION. 




DAVIS, PERCY JULIAN 


Graham 


B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINLSTRATION. 




DAVIS, RICHARD FLOYD, JR. 


Gainesville, Ga. 


B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINLSTRATION. Phi Del 


la Thela. 


Sixth Rou>: 




DAVIS, RUTH CARR 


Whileville 


A.B. IN EDUCATION. Sigma Alpha tola; Glee 
(3. 4); Summer Recreational Council (3. 4); 


Club (3, 4>j YWCA 
Student Advisor. 


DEAL, MARX HUGH 


Rockingham 







DEASY, HOWARD JOSEPH New York, N. Y. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Basketball (1, 2, 3. 4). 




Senior Class 





DeBRUHL, JIMMY FOXX 

A.B. IN EDICATION. BSl (4). 

DENT, ROBERT STARNES 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 

DERBY, HARRY LEIGH. Ill 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Lambda Chi Alpha. 



Alexander 

Gaslonia 

Greensboro 



DeVANE, THOMAS ASHFORD. JR. Fayetteville 

B.S. IN BISINESS ADMINISTRATION. B^ia Thna Pi. 



DEYTON, WALTER EDWARD 

B.S. IN MEDICINE. Inli-rdopniilory Coun 

DICKSON, ROY SHIELDS 



Third Ro 



Sprure Pine 



Salisburj 

Club (.3): Card- 



Monroe 



DIXON, EDWIN H., JR. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Phi Ela Sigma: Cross Country (1. 2. 
.11: Int.r.lorii.ilopy Council (4): Monogram Club (2. 3, 4); Track 
( I. 2. .S>: Young Democrats Club (2): YMCA <1». 

DIXON, GODFREY ERVIN Robersonville 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Ela Sigma: Phi Beta 
Kappa. 



DIXON. NANGY MARIE 



DOBSON, TYSON YATES, JR. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Glee Club (1. 2. 3). 



DOGKERY, ELIZABETH CRANFORD 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Pi Beta Phi. 



Charleston, W. Va. 



Bculavillc 
Greensboro 



DONALD, ALLAN JACKSON 



Ridgewood, N. J. 



B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma Nu; Class Officer 
(4); Orientation Counselor; Elections Board; University Party; 
NROTC. 



Fifth Rour: 

DONNELL, JAMES HARPER. JR. 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDI CATION. 

DORN. GERALD WAINWRIGHT 

B.S. IN BISINESS ADMINISTRATION. Gjui 
gram Club (3. 4). 

DORTCH, JOHN JOHNSON 

AH. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Kappa Si^ma. 



DOSTER, PAUL LESTER 

B.S. IN BISINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

DOVER. ANNE NOLAN 

A.B. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. Y« CA. 

DRISCOLL, FRANK EDWARD 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Bulla Psi: Orientation Col 



Maxton 



Ninelv Six, S. C. 

nastio (3. »); Mono- 

Caniaguey, Cuba 



Cliarlolte 
Slulbv 



Winsloii-Saleni 

elor; YMCA. 



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DRYZER, LOWELL MANNING 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Zela Beta Tau: Yar 



DUDLEY, CHARLES COLINCIL, JR. 



DUKES, JAMES ALLEN 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Gr 

rk (1 ) . 



Huntersville 



DUNN, ADRIAN JOSEPHINE 

A.B. I.N HISTORY. Alpha Comma Delta: I 

DURHAM, THOMAS EDWARD 

B.S. IN BISINTSS ADMINISTRATION. 

DuVAL. THOMAS EDWARD 



Washington. D. C. 

inhellrnic Council (4). 



Jacksonville, Fla. 

<4) : 



EASTERLING, JAMES FRANK Rockv Mount 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 

EDGERTON, ENOCH HIRAM Pikeville 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. GUe Club ( 1 • ; YMCA ( 1. 2. 3, 4). 

EDMUNDSON, AARON CASWELL Pikeville 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Cardboard (1. 2. 3, 41. 



EDWARDS, HERBERT CLAY Mars Hill 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Cloc Club (4); YMCA (3. 4 1. 

EDWARDS, WILLIAM CLYDE, JR. Raleigh 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Chi Psi: die Club (31. 



EGERTON, LAWRENCE 



Fifth Kuu : 

ELDRIDGE, MARGHARETTA C, 

A.B. IN HI.STORY. C.lrr Club (4). 

ELLER, OWEN SHAFER 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

ELLIOTT, CLYDE HENRY 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



ELMORE, WILLIAM GRADY 



ENNIS, THOMAS ELMER, JR. 



ERSKINE, JOAN 



Newport, R. I. 

Salisbury 

Chadbourn 

Rockv Mount 

Tar Heel (4) 

Salisbur; 

iema; Carotin 

Selnia, Ala 




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EVANS, GEORGE WORRELL 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOCV. Pi Kappa Alpha; 

EVANS, JOYCE ANN 



EVANS, PHYLLIS FERGUSON 



Harrellsville 



Chapel Hill 



EVANS, ROBERT MAYER Durham 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. P/ii Belo Koppa; Tau fipsifon 
Phi: Order of the Old Well: Student Body Attorney -General (4>: 
Student Party (1. 2. 3. >): Student Council (2. 3): Men's Honor 
Council (2, '3); Debate Team (1, 2. 3. 1); Hillel Cabinet (1. 2. 
3. 4»: Carolina Forum (2. 31: CPU (1, 21: Sound and Fury (II; 



EVANS, THOMAS EDWIN, JR. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 



EVERETT, DONALD EDWIN 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. 



FAIREY, VERNON LEE 

B.S. IN PI RLIC HEALTH NURSING. 



Burlington 
Robersonville 



Columbia. S. C. 



FALKNER. JOHN H. Henderson 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Kappa Alpha: Band (I). 



FARMER, ELIZABETH ANN 



FARNELL, GLORIA 



Wilson 



CA (3. 4 » ; Or 



FARTHING, JAMES STEPHENSON 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. 



FAl'LKNER, WILLIAM H. Painesville, Ohio 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Chi Phi; Daily Tar Heel (3>. 



Filth Roi. .- 

FELTS, EDWIN REESE, JR. 

A.B. IN RADIO, tlpha Psi Omega: Carolina Com 

FEREBEE, JOHN JETHRO 

B.S. IN BISINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma 
Blade. 

FERRELL, JOAN 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Delia Delia Delia: YWCA. 



High Point 

,ication.< Club. 



Nashville 



FINCH, PAUL 



Southern Pines 



FINE. BARRY STEVEN Norfolk, Va. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Tau Epsilan Phi. 

FISHER, HENRY COLEMAN Asheville 

B.S. IN GEOLOGY. Pi Kappa Alpha: Sigma Gamma EpMor, : Inter, 
dormitory Council (3»: Western N. C. Club (1). 



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FISHER, LESTER JERRY 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. 

FISHER^ WILLIAM DONALD 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Theia Chi. 

FLEMING, LEONARD BLLLOCK 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Statesville 

Rocky Mount 

Oxford 

FLOOD, JOHN ETCHELLS, R. Sanford, Me. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Alpha Kappa Psi; Phi Assembly (2. .-J » : 
Sound and Fur). President (2): Young Republicans Club (21: 
Universily Party Steering Committee. 

FLOWERS, DAVID STANLEY Hiokorv 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa tlpha. 

FLOYD, MARIAN REBECCA Tabor Citv 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Alpha Gamma Delta: Glee Club (3. 4): 
Swimmini; (3. 4>: YWCA (3. 4); WAA. 



FOIL, WILLIAM CHARLTON 

B.S. IN EDUCATION. 

FORT, NANCY ELIZABETH 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Omega: Universil 



Winstoii-Saleni 



Clarksville, Temi. 

, Club (3. 4) ; YWCA (3. 4>. 



FOSTER, PATRICIA MILDRED 

B.S. IN SOCIOLOGY. YWCA (3, 4). 



FOUNTAIN, ARTHUR GREEN 

B.S. IN SCIENCE TEACHING. 



Rockv Mount 



FOUST, JOHN WORTH Lexington 

B.S. IN MEDICINE. Alpha Phi Omef:a: 4lpha Epsilon Delia: Orien- 
tation Counselor (2. 3 1. 

FOUST, ROBERT L. Graham 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. 



FOWLER, CHARLES WORTH, III Greensboro 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Lambda Chi Alpha: Alpha Epsllon Delia: 
Spanish Club (I. 2. 3. 41, President (2. 3). 

FOY, PATRICIA LOU Mount Airv 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Delia Pi; Daily Tar Heel. 



FRANCIS-LAU, WINSTON N. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



FRAZIER, JOSEPH CLIFFORD 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



New York, N. Y. 



High Point 



FREEMAN, GEORGE KIRBY, JR. Raleigh 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Sigma; Di Senate 
(2, 3, 4); Interfraternity Council (4); Men's Council (4); Sheiks; 
r<irnalian (1>: YMCA (I, 2): Orientation Counselor (31. 

FREEMAN, GEORGE WALTER Marshall 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Alpha; 13 Club (3. 
4); Univeraity Club (1>. 




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FREIMUTH, ARTHUR KURT 



Pottstown, Pa. 



FRIDDLE. WILLIAM GLENN. JR. High Point 

B.S. IN BUSIiNESS ADMIMSTRATION. 4lpha Kappa Psi. 



FRIEZE, ELIZABETH JANE 



Gaffiiey, S. C. 

nluh; Vanun-s Council 



Secontl Row: 



FROELICH, JACOB HENRY, JR. 



High Point 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Beta Thela Pi; German Club 
<2, 3. 4). President (3. 41: Gcirgon's Head (3. 4>. President (4): 
Inlerfralernitv Council (3. 4): Minalaurs (2. 3. 4): Orientation 
Counselor (4). 



FULTON, AURELIA HOPE 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. CAi Omei:a; Slude 



Walnut Cove 

ure: VWCA. 



FUTRELL, JONAS RICHARD. JR. Hertford 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Kappa Alpha. 



FYNE, BARBARA LEE 

A.B. IN RADIO. Carolina Conn 



GAINES, CAROLYN RUTH 



«;aither, jo wood 



GALIFIANAKIS. MIKE. JR. 



GANTT, ROBERT BAXTER 

4.B. IN EDUCATION, thi P^i: Kuo 
<:a,.lain (4). 



Raleigh 



Charlotte 

lil (3. 4)! 



Durham 

itiiall (1. 2) : Student 



Albemarle 

3. I). Allrrnale 



GARDNER. JAMES WATTS, JR. 

Washington (^ourt House, Ohio 



A.B. IN ENGLISH. 



GARNER, EDWIN MAURICE, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMIMSTRATION. 



GARNER, FARLIE A., JR. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Phi Eta Siiima: Phi K<.ia Kappc 



GARNER, FRED LEE 



Charlotte 
Kinston 



High Point 

1 Pi: Phi Beta 



GARRETT. BARBARA BENNETT 



Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Kappa Delta: Carolina Quarterly; Glee Club 
(1. 2, 3, 4>: Town Girls Association (I. 2. 3. 41: Chi Delta Phi: 
Plavmakers (3>. 

GEEK, SAMUEL Brevard 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 



GESLER, MARY BYRD 



Washington, D. C. 



P«ge 38 



1952 



GODWIN, IRA DAVID 

B.S. IN MEDICINE. 



GOLDSTEIN, RALPH MAX Wilmington 

B.S. IN BUSINESS VDMINI.STR.\TION. Ton Epailon Phi. 



GOODMAN. ROBERT EDWARD 

B.S. IN BLSINESS .ADMINISTRATION. Ze 
Kappa; Beta Gamma Sisma: Phi Ela Sigma 
AFROTC. 



GORDON, GEORGE W. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 

GORE, CLYDE RICHARD 



El Paso, Texas 



Chapel Hill 

3.41: Sound and 



GORE, SARAH GWENDOLYN Raeford 

-4.B. IN ELEME.NTARV EDUCATION. Kappa Delta: Sxiniming <3(; 
Splash Club: Trnnis Manager (3> : Studrnt Advisor (4) : WAA (31 : 
VW CA Cabinrt. 



GRAHAM, WILLIAM EDGAR, JR. Jackson Springs 



A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Di S 
Lepislaturr (2): Younf: Den 
Fellowship (1. 2. 3. 4): Or 



(3. 4): Football (1): 
s Club (1. 2. 3. 41 : We 
on Coniniiltee (31. 



GRAY, HERBERT CL'RTIS 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

GRAY, JOSEPH JAMES. JR. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Pi Kappa Alpha 
Couneil (21: Interdorniilorv Couneil (3): Men 
Ini.ersitv Club (2): NROTC (1. 2. 3. 4). 



GREEN, FRANCIS W. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Beta Kapi 

GREEN, LEWIS HEITMAN 

A.B. IN SPANISH. 



Wilmington 

Interfralernitv 
s Couneil ( 3 ) : 



Charlotte 
Lewisville 
Thomasville 



GREEN, MARGARET EARLE 

A.B. IN RELIGION. 4lpha Gamma Delta: YWCA (3. 4). Cabinet 
(41: Canterbury Club (3. 4): Student Advisor (4): Inter-Faith 



Fi/l/i Roic: 

GREEN, ROBERT STIMSON 



Lewisville 



B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMI.NISTRATION. Lambda Chi Alpha: Card- 
board: Alpha Kappa Psi; AFROTC: Carolina Communication- 
Club: Scabbard and Blade (4). 



GREENE, KENNETH STRONG 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Charlotte 



GREENWOOD, CARSON Aldan. Pa. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Phi Gamma Delta: YMCA: NROTC. 



GREGORY, JAMES W. P., JR. 



GREGORY, SPENCER 



GRIFFIN. ERLINE BURWELL 



Candler 

2) : Cardboard (1.2. 3. 



Goldsboro 




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^M 



GRIFFIN. HARVEY LEE. JR. 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Pi Kappa ilpha. 

GRIFFIN. JAMES EDWARDS 

A.K. I> POLITICAL S<;iF,>CE. Phi Eta Siam, 

GRIFFIN, NANCY PATRICIA 

A.B. L> SOCIOLOGY. YVi CA ( :i. t); K.-.rea 



Asheboro 
Marshville 



Carrellton. Ga. 

Club (4). 



GRIMES, JAMES CURRY 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Alpha Phi On 



Thomasville 

a; YMCA (II: Lutheran Stu- 



GROVER. GEORGE HILL, III Trenton, N. J. 

A.H. IN ENGLISH. Chi Psi; Di Senile (3, 41: Interfraternitv 
C.uneil (1. 2. 3. I). Sieretarv (4); IFC Court ( .t. 4>. 



GUERRY, SARAH TWELLS 



<,l THRIE, KATHARINE DAWSON 

\.B. IN ENGLISH. 



GUYES, LEONARD JULIUS 



HADDON, THOMAS CRAWFORD, JR. 



Norfolk, Va. 



Graham 



Greensboro 



HAIGHT, DOROTHY IRENE 



HAINES, EDWARD CHARLES 

A.B. IN mSTOKY. Zela Piii l.H Club (II; 

HALE, FRED LEE 

A.B. IN SPANISH. 



Washington, D. C. 
■it) Club (41: Y'WCA 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

restling (3, 41. 



HAMER. ALFRED WILSON. JR. Morganton 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Sigma Vn. 

HAMILTON, OLIVER WENDELL, JR. JamesviUe 



HAMLIN, JAMES LLOYD 

B.S. IN BLlSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



HAMRICK, GORDON GRICE Shelby 

B.S. IN BUSINESS AUMINISTRATION. Phi Kappa Alpha; Band 
( 1. 2. 3. 41: Cross Country (I. 2. 3. 41. Captain (41: Monogram 
Club (2. 3. 4»: Traek (1, 2. 3, 41: YMCA (1. 2. 3. 41. 

HANCE. FRANCIS BURTON New Bern 

A.B. IN EUICATION. 

HANKINS, GEORGE DAVIS Charlotte 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Lambda Chi Alpha. 



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HARBINSO.N. CHARLES RALPH, JR. High Point 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMIiMSTRATION. 

HARDEN. GLEINN ABBOTT Greensboro 

A.B. IN JOIRNALISM. Kappa Delia: Chi Delta Phii Caroli;a 
Quarterly (3. 4): Carolina Political I nion ; Daily Tar Heel (3. I(. 
Editor ('4(; Tarnation (3. 4): Young Dcma.rat^ Club (31. 

HARDIN, EUGENE BROOKS, JR. Burlington 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Kappa Alpha; Class 
Officer (3); InterCraternity Council (3. 4); Student Legislature 
(3): 13 Club (3. 4): AFROTC. 



Second Rote: 



HAROUTUNIAN, SCHAHEN 



Tehe 



an, Iran 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Phi Alpha: Phi As- 
sembl; (2): Tennis (1. 2. 3, 41: YMCA (2. 3. 41: Town Mens 
Association (I. 2): Cosmopolitan Club (II. President (3. 41. 

HARRELL, CHARLES SYDNEY Marshville 

B.S. IN BUSI.NESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Kappa Sigma; Student 
Legislature: University Party Steering Committee (3); Cheerleader 
(3. 4). 



HARRIS, JACK RANDALL 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Young De 



Linoolnton 

rats Club (2 1. 



HARRIS, REID WALKER Brunswick, Ga. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Phi Wu 4lpha: Glee Club (1. 2. 3). 

HART, RICHARD DUDLEY AsheviUe 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi: Cross 
Country (1, 2. 3. 4). Manager: Monogram Club (3. 41: Track 
Manager (1. 2. 3. 4): Cardboard (I. 21: NROTC. 

HARTSELL, ROBERT LEE Charlotte 

A.B. IN RADIO. Communications Club (3. 41: AFROTC. 



HARWARD, JOHN THOMAS, JR. Durham 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

HASSINGER, CAROLINE LORETZ Bristol, Va. 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Alpha Delta Pi: Y\S CA (3. 41: Wcslcv 
Foundation (3. 4). Secretary (41: Stud.nt Ad.isor (4>: Recre- 
ation Club (4). 

HASTY, JOHN CALVIN Maxton 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



HAWKINS, MARY NELL Suit 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Glee Club (21 : YWCA (2). 

HAWKINS, YUELL REID Gasionia 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Young Democrats Club (3(. 

HAWLEY, HERSHEL VAIDEN Lillington 

\.B. IN EDUCATION. 



HAYWOOD, BENJY McNEILL Mount Gilead 

Alpha: Glee Club (I. 2. 3. 4(. Vice- 



HAZLEHURST, JOHN LIVINGSTON Henderson 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Delta Kappa Epsilon: Phi Eta Sigma; Phi 

Beta Kappa: Di Senate (2. 3. 41: Men's Council (3. 4); Student 
Legislature (1, 2). 



HEADLEE, WILLIAM ORNDOFF 



Asheville 




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HEEDEN, WILLIAM MITCHELL, JR. 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Inlrrdorniitorr Council (3. I 



HEERS, THEODORE ALFRED 

A.B. IN HISTOItY. 



Goldsboro 
Atlanta, Ga. 



HEIMAN, ROBERT J. 

U.S. IN BISINESS ADMINISTRATION. Ze 



Little Rock, Ark. 
1 Bfia Tau: NROTC. 



HELSABECK, FRANK LEWIS Rural Hall 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

HELTON, SAMUEL HERNDON Statesville 

B.S. IN Bl SINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

HENDRICKS, ROBERT GLENN, JR. Lexington 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Young Drniocrats Club; YMCA (1. 2»; N. C. 
Historical Association (3. 4(: Lexington-Carolina Club (1. 2. 3. 4). 



HENNIS, RUCKER STERLYN. JR. Winston-Salem 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Sigma Phi Epsilan. 



HERMAN, BERNARD DON 



Winston-Salem 



B.S. LN MEDICINE. Tau Epsilon Phi; Student Legislature (1. 2(: 
Track (1); University Club (1. 2. 3): YMCA (1. 2. 3): Student 
Party (1. 2. 3); State Student Legislature (H. 

HERRING, JULIAN B. Rose Hill 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



HESTER, KATHERINE LOUISE High Point 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi; YWCA (3. 4». 



HESTER, WAVERLY ERWIN 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 

HICKMAN, HERMAN EDWARD 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. 



Tryon 
Wiiislon-Salem 



HIGHSMITH, CHARLES ALDERMAN 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. University Club (3. I). \ 

HILDEBRAND, ANNE 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

HILL, KARL NEIMANN 



Greensboro 

■ President (4). 

Marion 



Charlotte 

.seball (I); 



HILL, THOMAS JOEL Winston-Salem 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTR.ATION. Bria Th,,a Pi: Sheiks. 



HINSON, THOMAS RILEY 

B.S. IN DENTISTRY. .Sigma Vu. 



HIPPS, JAMES TENNYSON 

B.S. IN PHYSICS. 



Albemarle 
Morganton 



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HIX. JAMES SEARS. JR. 

A.B. I> MISIC. Phi Wu Alpha; Di Senate: 
University Symphony (3. 4». 

HOCKADAY, DENNIS WALKER 

A.B. IN HISTORY. 

HODGES. HOWARD B.. JR. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 



HODGES, LeNEVE FOSTER 



Thomasville 

Club (I. 2. .3. 4) : 



Yadkiiiville 
Bellerose, N. Y. 



South Hill, Va. 



HOGSHEAD, WILLIAM HENDON. JR. Greensboro 

B.S. IN GEOLOGY. Pi Kappa Alpha; Sisma Gamma Epailon; Alpha 
Phi Omega; YMCA President (41 
Cardboard (1. 2»: Cheerleader (3 1 



iidenl's Cabine 



HOKE, AXEL WERNER 



HOLDER, HAZEL ELIZABETH 

B.S. IN PUBLIC HEALTH. 

HOLLAND, CURTIS AVENT, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

HOLLAND, DANIEL COURTS 

B.S. IN GEOLOGY. .Sigma Gamma Epiilun. 



Winston-Saleni 

Greensboro 

Dallas 



HOLLAND. DAVID ROSS 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

HOLMES, HELEN FREEMAN 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Chi Omega. 

HOLT, WILLIAM PAUL. JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Psi 



Fifth Rave: 

HOLT, \SORTHE SEYMOUR 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. K*<, Chi; NCPA. 



Greensboro 
Tampa, Fla. 
(ireeiisbori) 



Apex 



HOLTON, WILLIAM COFFEEN 



Chase, Md. 

■ma: Phi Beta 



HORD, WILLARD A.. JR. Morganton 

B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDICATION. Phi Kappa Phi; Football (4). 



HORNE, WILLIAM HENRY 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

HORTON, HAMILTON C. JR. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Beta Thrla Pi. 

HORTON, JAMES HEATHMAN 

Kappa ; P 



Charlotte 
Winston-Saleni 



Salisbury" 

Joint Intramural 




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HOUGH. WILLIAM THOMAS 

A.B. I,\ CHKMISTRY. Phi Assombly (4). 

HOUSE. JAMES ALBERT. JR. 



Washington 



Hobgood 



A.B. I> HISTORY. Phi B,la Kappa: Phi Eta Sigma: Class OIH<>r 
(I); Cross Country (II; Oail (3. 41: Interdorniitory Council 
(1. 2. 3>; Men's Council; Order of the Old Well; Phi Assembly 
Speaker (4); Young Democrats Club: Track (I); Dormitory 
President (1, 3). 

HOWARD, DAVID CALDWELL Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

n Club (2, 3, 4>: Swimming (1. 2, 3. 



HO\^ ARD. KENNETH FELTON. JR. Dunn 

V.B. IN FXONOMICS. I hi Phi: Young Democrats Club; AFROTC. 

HOWELL. HERBERT HUGH GoWsboro 

B.S. I.N BCSINESS ADMIMSTRATION. Kappa 4lpha: 13 Club (2. 



HU. NORMAN C. 

K.S. IN MATHF.MATICS. 



Honolulu. T. H. 



HUBBARD, JULIUS C, JR. Wilkesboro 

A.B. IN JOIRNALISM. Young Democrats Club (31 : YMCA (3. 4». 

HUFFARD, ALICE COYNER Bluefield, Va. 

A.B. IiN RADIO. Delia Delia Delia: Student Council (41; Splash 
Club (3 1: Sxiniming: Tarnation (4»; University Club (3. 4): 
■iWCA (31: Carolina Communications Club (3. 4). 

HUGGINS, CHARLES MARION Greensboro 

A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Beta Kappa: 
Phi Eta Siama: Delia Phi Alpha: Di Senate (1. 2. 3. 41. 



HUGHES. WILLIAM THOMAS. JR. 



Salem, Va. 



A.B. IN JOl RNAI.ISM. Daily Tar Heel (3. 4); Press Club (3. 41. 



HULL, C. A. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 

Hl'LSE. BARBARA ANNE 



Fijih Rou ; 

HUNDLEY, CECILE M. 

A.B. IN SPANISH. Student P 



Cherrvville 



Bellport, N. Y. 

'.lee Club (3. 4 ( ; 



Ft. Lauderdale, Fla 

4) ; Elections Board (4) 



HUNSUCKER, WILLIAM HAROLD 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Football ( 1 

HUNT, ROSE MARILYN 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Sixth Rou-: 

HURLOCKER, JAMES KENNETH 

A.B. IN CHEMI.STRY. 

HURST, EDWIN WILLIAM, JR. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. 

HUSKE, JOHN, JR. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Delta Kappa Epsilo 
Gimghoul (3. 4); Track (1); Minataur (2, 



Ellerbe 
Forest Citv 



KannapoHs 

Kockinghain 

Fayetteville 

ans Officer ( 1 ) ; 



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HUSKE, ROSALIE ANDREWS 

A.B. IN JOl'RNALISM. Chi Omega: lot 

HUTAFF, HENRY GRIGGS 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Chi Phi: Re 



Fayetteville 

Yack: VnCA (.!. it. 

Chapol Hill 



ion Club (4). 

HUTCHINSON. ROBERT ELWYN Rookiiighaiii 

B.S. IN BISINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delia Sigma Pi: Grail (2. 
3. 4). Ring Chairman (3); Debair Squad (1. 2); Debate Council 
(2. 3): Student Legislature: Interdonnitorv Council (21. 



HYATT, CHESTLEY JULIAN Winston-Salem 

B.S. IiN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delia Sigma Pi. 



IDE, NANCY LOUISE 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. 

INGLESBY, CHARLES ALLAN, JR. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Assembly (3». 



Tuckahoe, N. Y. 
Savannah, Ga. 



INGRAM, ROBERT COLEMAN, JR. Ashevillf 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

IRBY, CLAUDIUS ADDISON, JR. Roanoke Rapids 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Kappa Phi. 

ISAACS, DAVID LEONARD New York, N. Y. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Tau Epsilon Phi. 



ISEKI, YUZO 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. 

ISLEY, LEWIS MALCOLM 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 

ISOM, ROSALIND MARY 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. YW CA. 



Ilanii, Hyogo-Keii, Japan 

Graham 

Miami, Fla. 



East Rockinghani 



Chapel Hill 



Adv 



(4) 



Fijlh Row: 

IVEY, JOHN CHARLES 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

JACOBS, BETTY SUE 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Interdormitorv 
Town Girls Association President ( 
Somen's Athletic Association (2, 4); 

JAMES, BENJAMIN E., JR. Jacksonville, Fla. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma .Vu ; Basketball (1); 
Dance Committee (4); Grail (2. 3. 4); Order of the Old Well 
(3, 4); Sound and Fury (1, 2); University Club (2): Uni- 
versity Party (I, 2, 3); Young Republicans Club (1); AFROTC. 



JENKINS, JANE ELIZABETH Malverne, N. Y. 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. YWCA (3. 4): Student Party (3. 4); West- 
minster Fellow^ship (3. 4); Hockey Club (3 1: Student Adyisor (4). 

JENNINGS, ROGER ADAMS, JR. Greensboro 



JENRETTE, RICHARD HAMPTON Raleigh 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Chi Psi: Phi Bela Kappa: Phi Ela Sigma- 
Daily Tar Heel (I. 2, 3): Golden Fleece (4); Interfraternit, 
Council (1. 3); Order of the Old Well (3. 4); University Party 
Chairman (4>i Student Council (4); laekely Yaek (3». 






I#^' 



->^SEjS, 



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JETTON, THOMAS L. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delia Si, 

JOHNSON. CHARLES HENRY 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



ClavtOIl 



JOHNSON, FRANCES HOPE Chalybeate Springs 

B.S. IN MEUir.AI. TECHNOLOGY. D<irinit..rv Presidpnl ( .3 ( : Cord 
S.nat.- (31: Int.'rdurniilar> Council (.1): VW CA (3. 4). 



JOHNSON, HENRY CLAY, JR. 

B.S. IN PHYSICS. DWlo Psii Yackely J 
g.r (4); NROTC; Aiiiirican Instituli- c 

JOHNSON, HENRY RALPH 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



JOHNSON, MONROE GARLAND, JR. Spindale 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



Roanoke, Va. 

.<s Mana- 



Goldsboro 



JOHNSON, PAUL THOMPSON 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Winstoii-Salcni 



JOHNSON, RORERT LEON, JR. Lake Wales, Fla. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Chi Phi; Class Officer (31. President (31; 
Fencing; Tarnalion i VMCA: Cardboard (1. 21. 

JOLLY, SAMUEL RROWN, JR. Wilmington 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 



JONES, RETTY LOU Norfolk, Va. 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Chi Omega; YWCA; Daily Tar Heel. 

JONES, DEAN C. JR. Jefferson 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Thela Chi: Phi Ela Sigma: Phi Beta Kappa: 
Cardboard (I. 2. 3. 4). 

JONES, RONALD RERNAL Fayetteville 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Psi; Band 
(1. 2. 3. 4). 



Fi/lh Rou • 

JORDAN, NANCY ANNE 

A.B. IN ART. Kappa Delia: Daily Tar Heel. 

JORDAN RORERT CALHOUN, JR. EHenton 

B.S. IN MEDICINE. Phi Ela Sigma; Phi Bela Kappa: Cardboard 
(2. 3). 

JORDAN, SAMllEL THOMAS 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Delia Psi: Interfralcrnitv Council (2. 3 

Monn$:ram Club (3»: Track (I. 2. 3>: 13 Club (2. 3) 

(1). 



Great Neck. N. Y. 



Washington, D. C. 



linB 



JUDY, LAURA FLORENCE 

A.B. IN JOIIRNAI.ISM. Alpha Cam 
(41; Panhellcnic Council (4). 

JURNEY, JACK POWELL 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 



JUSTICE, EARL TEAGUE 

A.B. IN MUSIC. Phi Mu Alpha: Band (2. 3. I) 



Roone 

Delia: Y» CA ; (ilcc Club 



Elkin 
Canton 



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KARESH, WILLIAM LEWIS 

B.S. IN BIISINE.SS ADMIIVISTRATION. Zela Bila Ta 

KARRIKER. FULLER PARHAM 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 



Greensboro 

i; NROTC. 



KAUFMAN, G. ARNOLD 



Baltimore, Md. 

Dssi- (3. 4): Mono- 



KEEFE, MARY MARSCHALL North Miami, Fla. 

B.S. IN SCIENCE EDUCATION. Phi Mu ; Glee Club (31: YWCA 
(3, 4): Stray Greeks (3. 4). President (4). 



KEENAN, PAUL, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Chi Psi: Tcnn 
University Club (3). 

KEITH, MARGARET TRIGG 



New York, N. Y. 



Amsterdam, Va 



KELLY, DAVID ARMSTRONG Culpeper. Va. 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Pi Kappa ilpha: Phi Eta Sisma: Football 
(1) ; 13 Club (2. 3) : YMCA (1. 2). 



KELLY, HELEN BRADFORD 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Pi Beta Phi: Jo 
VViCA (4». 

KELSO, WILLIAM 



Charlotte 

ack (3. 4): 



Newark, N. J. 

1 Onuga; Football 



KENNEDY. JAMES CONNOR 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Cardboard (3, 4). 

KENNEDY, MARY EVERETTE 



KERVES, FLOSSIE LILLIAN 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Kappa Delta; Daily 



KING, JOAN CAROL 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Pi Beta Phi 
(41: YWCA (3. H: Student 
mitlee (I); Dormitory Fresiden 



KING, JULIAN B. 



KING, PATRICIA 



KING, SAMUEL McLEAN 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Raleigh 

ek (3); YWCA (3. 41 : 



Savannah, Ga. 

Heei (4); YWCA (3. 



Verona, N. J. 



Winston-Salem 



Ltnidon Bridge, Va. 



KINGOFF, WILLIAM N. 



Wilmington 

N BUSINESS ADMINLSTRATION. Pi l.amhcia Phi: Sound and 
2, 3): Traek (1): University Club (2. 3); ^ MCA (2). 



Fury ( 

KIRBY, GARLAND RICHARD 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Charlotte 




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KIRKLAND, ROBERT LEON Durham 

B.S. IN BISINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

KIRSTEIN, DEWEY S., JR. Fairview 

B.S. IN GEOLOGY. Sigma Gamma Epsilun. 

KISIAH, RAY LEWIS Charlotte 

A.B. IN .SOCIOLOGY. Glee Club (3); YMCA (.-J); Rerreation Club. 



KISSIAH, JACK Charlotte 

A.B. IN JOI RNALISM. 



klZER, CAROLYN ELIZABETH 



Brevard 

Pi Alpha: Glee Club 



KLINE. JOSEPH JAY 

B.S. IN BISINESS ADMIMSTRATIOiN. Phi Be 



New Bern 

Kappa; Band (2). 



KLOEPPEL, PETER KOTSCH 



Charleston, S. C. 



KNKJHTEN, NANCY ELIZABETH Montgomery, Ala. 

A.B. IN EDICATION. Kappa Delia: YW CA (.3, K. 

KNOTT, THOMAS HENRY Kinston 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Siema. 



KOIZIIMI, MASAMI 

M.A. IN EDI CATION. 



Osaka. Japan 



KRAFFT, BARBARA ELLIOTT River Forest, lU. 

A.B. IN PHILOSOPHY. Alpha Gamma Delia: YWCA ; Wesley Eel- 
lowship. 

KRITZER, HENRY ROWLAND 

B.S. IN EDUCATION. 



Hagerstown, Md. 



Fijih R..1. : 

KRITZER, MARY LOU 

U.S. IN EDUCATION. 

KUCYK, BILL 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Aihle 
Stale (.3. 4); AssUtant Intramural Direct. 



Hagerstown, Md. 



Wyandotte, Mieh. 

c Director, N. C. Boy»" 
(4). 



LACKEY, BEN DIXON 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Kappa Sign 



Winston-Salem 

13 Club (3. 4). 



LANDOR, ALICE L. Canton, Ohio 

A.B. IN EDICATION. Daily Tar Heel (3) ; Cosmopolitan Club (3). 



LANGSTON, JOHN ROBERT 

A.B. IN RADIO. Tornolion (2). 



LASLEY, CARL THOMAS, JR. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. 



Four Oaks 
Chapel Hill 



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LATIMORE. A^N E. Lookout Mountain, Tenn. 

A.B. IX ENGLISH. Chi Omega; Inlerdormitory Council: YWCA 
(3. 4). 

LATTA, MARY VIRGIMA Burlington 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Glee Club; Women's Athletic 
Association; Hockey Club (3, 4); Basketball Club (3, 4). 



LAW, GERRY U. 

B.S. IN GEOLOGY. 



Second Row: 



Winston-Saleni 



LAWRENCE, WILLIAM GOODMAN, III 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delia Sterna , 



Conio 



LAWREY, WILLIAM J. Midway Park 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. U. N. C. Sailing Club (4). 

LAYTON, HARVEY WILLIAM, JR. Charlotte 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Psi. 



LEDFORD. WILLIAM VALENTINE 



LEE, HENRY NEILL, JR. Luml.erton 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Gamma Delta. 

LEE. RUSSELL BENTON, JR. Kannapolis 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Fourth Rote: 

LEMONS, GEORGIA JOYCE 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

LESTER, PATRICIA LOU 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Pi Beta Phi: Inte 
Y'WCA (3, 4) ; Coed Senate. 



St. Petersburg, Fla. 

rmilor> Council (3, 4); 



LEVERETT, JACQUELINE NINA Gainesville, Ga. 



FiJthRow: 

LINDSEY, SUE CARTER 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Pi Beta Phi: Publieatie 
Valkyries (3, 4) ; Yackety Yaek (3, 4), Edit. 
Mu Iota (4). 

LINNEY, JOHNSON HAYES 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

LINVILLE, WALTER SMITH, JR. 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Alpha tpailon Delia. 



LITAKER, FRANK ERNEST 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Student Legislati 

LITAKER, RAE M. 

B.S. IN HEALTH EDUCATION. 

LLOYD, WILLIAM HOLMES 

B.S. IN SCIENCE TEACHING. 



Bluefield, W. Va. 

ms Union Board (41; 
or (4) ; Omega Gamma 

Newport News, Va. 
Kernersville 

Charlotte 
Concord 
Hillsboro 




Puge 49 



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LOFTIN, MARIOIN ELMO Trenton 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

LONG, THORNTON McKENDREE Winston-Salem 



LOVE, EDGAR. Ill Lincolnton 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. A'oppo/lipfta; Debate Squad; 
Di Si-nate; CUe Club; Grail; Order of the Old Well; Student 
Couneil; Student Legislature; Phi Beta Kappa; Beta Gamma Sigma; 
Phi Eta Sigma. 



LOVINS, MARVIN DALLAS Lenoir 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Psi. 



LUCAS, LACY LEE, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Si; 



Greensboro 

I Phi Epsilon. 



LYNN, ALRERT STANLEY New London, Conn. 

B.A. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTR.ATION. Pi Lambda Phi: Band (2, 
3); Track (2, 3). 



LYON, WYLE LARRY 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

McAllister, jimmy lee 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Press Club (3, 4). 

McCASKILL, WESLEY RAY 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Thela Chi: Interfrat, 
Fourth Roto: 

McCOLLUM, OTIS ROBERTS 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Aappo 
fraternity Council (4); Interdormitor) Council (3»; Phi Assembly 
(2, 3. 4); Student Legislature (2, 3>; 
tory President (31 ; " ' 
(3). 



Greensboro 
Mt. Pleasant 



Pinebluff 

Council (2). 



Reidsville 



PAi 



Inte 



Oric 



Coun 

McCOMB, katherine dian 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Kappa Delta: Daily Tar Heel (3. 4); Inter- 
dormitory Council; Coed Senate (4); Women's Atbletic Association 
(4). 

McCORD, DOROTHY CLEMMER 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Delta Delta Delta. 



Portsmouth, Va. 



Chapel Hill 



Fifth Row: 

MeCLLLOUGH, JEWEL ORESTES 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Interd 



McDonald, billy andrew 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Inter. 
YMCA (3. 4); Western N C. Club (2, 3 

McGEE, JULIAN MURRILL, JR. 



B.S. IN ECONOMICS. Be 
4). 



Charlotte 

ry Council (2». 

Forest City 

:ouneil (3, 4); 

Greensboro 

I Pi: Football (1): 13 Club (2. 3. 



McGOWAN, MILTON HENRY 

A.B. IN HISTOBY. 



Ellerbe 



McINTYRE, JAMES HERBERT 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Delta Psi: Phi Beta Kappa: Phi Eta Sigma: 
Cross Country (2); Dance Committee (2. 3. 4): Golden Fleece; 
Grail; Order of the Old Well; Student Legislature; YMCA (1. 2. 
3, 4); Secretary-Treasurer of Student Body; Chairman of the 
Budget Com: littee (4). 

McKINNEY, WILLIAM MARKLEY 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Roanoke, Va. 



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Mcknight, mary wessman 

B.S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. 

Mcknight, rodney Leonard 



Chapel Hill 



Charlotte 

nghoul (3, 4): Golf (2, 3): 



McLean, floyd coppedge, jr. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTR.4TION. Interdori 



Laurinburg 

ry Council (4). 



McLENDON, WILLIAM WOODARD Greensboro 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Beta Thela Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta 
Kappa; Class Officer (2); Inlcrfraternijy Council (3). 



Maxton 

1 (4); YMCA (1, 2, 3, 



McLEOD, EDWARD ARMAND 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Inlcrdormitory Cov 
4>. President (41; President's Cabinet (41 

McNEILL, JAMES GALEN Mount Airy 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi. 



MacCALMAN, DUNCAN IAN Nyack, N. Y. 

B.S.. LL.B. IN LAW. PJii Gamma Delta; Monogram Club (1, 2, 3, 
41: Soccer (1, 2, 3. 4): YMCA (1. 2. 3. 41. 

MacDONALD, WILLIAM THOMAS Greensboro 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. 

MADDUX, JOE HARPER Raleigh 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Tennis (1). 



MAGRUDER, NATHANIEL FUQUA 



MAHONEY, JAMES PAUL 

A.B. IN RADIO. Scabbard and Blade. 



Sarasota, Fla. 

itical Union (4) ; 



Chapel Hill 



MALLISON, WILLIAM HENRY 



Rocky Mount 

A.B. IN PHILOSOPHY. Pi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta 
Kappa; Carolina Quarterly (3(: Interfratcrnily Council (3. 4): 
Universilv Club (3>: Orientation Counselor (4); President's 
Cabinet ('4>. 



Fifth Row: 

MARLOWE, WILLIAM A., JR. Walstonburg 

A.B. IN RADIO. Carolina Cnmmunications Club (3. 4>j Soccer (II. 



MARSH, GILBERT ERNEST, JR. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Psi. 



MARTENS, ELEANOR R. 

A.B. IN MUSIC EDUCATION. Sigma llpha lot. 



Thomasville 
Burlington 



MARTIN, ELIZABETH REAVES 

1 B.S. IN PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING. 

'/ MARYE, JANE EASTER 



MATSUMOTO, ATSUO 

A.B. IN RADIO. 



Eureka 
Augusta, Ga. 

laily Tar Heel (3, 4»: 

Urawa-Shi, Japan 




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MATTHEWS, KENNETH GRAY 

A.B. IN HISTORY. 

MAI GRAS, CECILE SOPHIE 

SPECIAL STUDENT IN AMERICAN LITERATURE. 



MAUNEY, FREDERICK RODNEY 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 4lpha Kapp 
(1. 2, 3, 4). 



East Bend 
Paris, France 
Shelbv 



MAY, GLENN HOWARD 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. 

MEDDERS. JAMES DOYLE 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 

MELTON, ROBERT BRUCE 

A.B. 



Mount Hollv 



Morganton 



Third Row. 

MENDEL. DONALD MYRON Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Zeta Beta Tou ; Phi Ela Sigma: Phi Beta 
Kappa; University Party (1. 21. 

MERRILL, BARBARA JANE Wilmington 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Delta Delia Delia: Intcrdorinitory Counril 
(3. 4): YWCA (3. 4t: Coed Senate <3. 4); Cheerleader (3. 4). 

MILBURN, WILLIAM THEODORE Winston-Salem 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma Phi EpMnn. 



MILLEDGE. ALLAN FRANCIS 



Miami, Fla. 



A.B. I.N POLITICAL SCIENCE. Chi Phi: Phi Beta Kappa: Men's 
Couneil (3, 4»: Order of the Old Well (3. 4»; YMCA (I. 2. 3. 4) : 
Soecer (1. 2. 3, 4): Monogram Club (3. 4): Student Party (3. 4». 
Chairman (4); Orientation Counselor (4); Order ot the Golden 



MILLER, ANDREW CLEVELAND, III 

B.S. IN medicine; Pi Kappa Alpha; Alpha Phi On 
Sigma: Phi Beta Kappa: Danee Committee. 

MILLER, BAXTER H., JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Chi Psi. 



Fifth Rote: 

MILLER, JOHN MALONE 

B.S. IN SCIENCE TEACHING. 

MILLER, NICK JOHN 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Shelby 

: Phi Ela 



Graham 



Albemarle 



MILTON, CECIL JEROME 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Gamma Delia: Dance Committee (4>: 
Monogram Club (2. 3, 4»; Swimming (1. 2. 3. 4). Co-Captain (4»i 
Tennis (1. 2>. Captain (1): YMCA (1. 2). 



MINETT, CYRIL WILLIAM 



Waynesville 

A.B. IN RADIO. Kappa Alpha; Football (1. 21; Track (1); Uni- 
versity Club (4): YMCA (1. 2, 3. 4»: Carolina Communications 
Club (3, 4); Student Party (3. 4|: Cheerleader <3>: Head Cheer- 
leader (4). 

Asheboro 

,r (3 1: Wes- 



MINSHEW, EMMA JEAN 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. YWCA (3. 41: Student Adv 
Icy Foundation (3). 

MODLIN, HENRY VANCE, JR. 



Goldsboro 



A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Kappa Sigma; YMCA (1, 2, 3. 4): Ba 
Student Union. 



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MOORE, ALBERT FRANK 



Tininionsville, S. C. 



A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delia Phi Alpha: Carolina Quarlrrly (.t. 4>: 
Glee Club ( 1 ) ; Order of Ihe Golden Bear (2, 3 ) ; Tarnation (1,2); 
YMCA (1, 2, 3). 



MOORE, JESSE DANIEL 

B.S. I\ Bl'SIiNESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma 

MOORE, THOMAS PARROTT, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Eta Sig, 



MOORING, STEWART LEE 

B.S. IN MEDICINE. Phi Beta Kappa; 

MORLEDGE. ESTHER L. 



Asheville 
Wilson 



LaGrange 

Council (3). 



Grandview, Iowa 



MORRIS, DONALD SASSER Aulander 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi. 



MORRIS, ELIZABETH JANE Gastonia 

A.B. IN EDUCATIOiN. Delta Delta Delta: YWCA (3. 4); Orienta- 
tion Counselor (4); Gastonia-Carolina Club (3). 

MORRIS, THOMAS REDDEN Kenly 

B.S. IN NATURAL SCIENCE. 

MORRISON, FRANK CRAWFORD, JR. Hazelwood 

B.S. IN MEDICINE. Phi Beta Kappa; Baptist Student Union Council 
<2. 3). 



MORSE, ANGELA GRACE 



East Orange, N. J. 



MOSER, WILLIAM OLIVER 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Band (1). 



MOSS, JACK SOLOMON 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Pi 



Winslon-Saleni 
Charlotte 



MOTOSHI, SHIMMURA 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 



Kagoshinia-Ken, Japan 



MULLER, HELEN OLETA Merion Station, Pa. 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Glee Club (3, 4» ; YWCA (3. 4». 

MURPHY, BARBARA ANNE Charlotte 

A.B. IN FRENCH. YWCA; Le Cercle Francais. 



Sixth Row: 

MYATT, JAMES ARCHIBALD, JR. High Point 

A.B. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Camma Delta; Class 
Executive Committee; Class Officer: Di Senate <1. 2. 3. 4); Slu- 
dent Legislature (2); Universitv Club (3, 4); Young Democrats 
Club; YMCA; Campus Party (1): Carolina Forum (3); Orienta- 
tion Counselor (3. 4); AFROTC (3, 4>. 

NALL, VELMA EILEEN Jaj, Fla. 

B.S. IN PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING. 

NASH, MARTHA EMELINE Bluefield, W. Va. 

A.B. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. Kappa Delta; Daily Tar Heel 
(3); YWCA (3, 4>: WAA Council (3); Splash Club (3, 4). 




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NEAL, HENRY DOUGLAS Pee Dee 

B.S. IN PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION. 

NEELY, WILLIAM BRUCE High Point 

B.S. IN BISINESS ADMINISTR.ATION. Theta Chi; Omega Gamma 
tfu Iota: Yarkely York (2. 3. 4). Managing Editor <4». 



NELSON, FRANK DAVIS 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Beta C, 
Beta Kappa. 



NEVILLE, NORMA ADELAIDE 



Durham 

Sigma: Phi 



Chapel Hill 



NICHOLS, JAMES G. New Bern 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Theta Chi: Glee Club (2. 3); Universilv 
Club (3, 4). 

NICOL, RODERICK MACLATCHIE Lexington 

A.B.. LL.B. IN LAW. Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa. 



NUNEZ, NANCY ANNE 



Baltimore, Md. 

4). Cabinet (4); Canterbury 



OGLESBY, ANNE CHRISTIAN Concord 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Ihi Omega: YWCA. 

OLIVER, OMAR ZELOTES KENNETH Thomasville 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Football (3. 41. 



OLSEN, DANIEL DUNCAN Chapel Hill 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Sigma; Interfraler- 



ONLEY, ROY ELBERT 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

ORMAND, JOHN WILLIAM, JR. 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Band (1, 2, 3). 



Fifth Roio : 

OSMERS, RUTH HELEN 



OSWALT, MILDRED lONE 

B.S. IN PUBLIC HEALTH NURSLNG. 



Elizabeth Citv 
Monroe 

Ridgewood, N. J. 

3. 4); WAA (4); 

Moberly, Mo. 
Dunn 



OVERMAN, CHARLES ERNEST 

A.B. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Ce 
ball (2). 



PAGE, JIMMY C, JR. Henderson 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delia Sigma Pi. Hcndorson- 
Carolina Club. 

PAGE, JOANNE Marietta 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Chi Delta Phi: Kappa Delta; YWCA 
(3, 4); Coed Senate (4); Student Orientation Committee (4): 
Greater University Council (4); President's Cabinet: Women's 
Cabinet. 

PALMER, KATHERINE JOAN McKeesport, Pa. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Omega: Daily Tar Heel (3) j YWCA (41. 



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PANTELL, PATRICIA ALDEN 

A.B. IX RADIO. Alpha Gamma Delta; 
(3. 4) ; Modern Dance Club (3. 4); Car 
(3. 4»: Panhellenie Council (3. 4). 

PARK, WILLIAM CHARLES 



Atlanta. Ga. 



Greensboro 

Club (3. 4>: Cym- 



Goldsboro 



PARKER. JANE AGNES 

A.B. IN EDIC.ATIOX. Delia Delia Delia: YWCA : Splash Club (3. 41. 



PARKER, JOHN T. 

A.B. IN" EDI CATION. 

PARKS. WILLIAM HOYLE 

B.S. IN Bl SINTSS ADMINISTRATION. 

PARLIER, ROBERT WATKINS 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Glee Club (2. 3. 4): Yae 

(1. 2); Scabbard and Blade; AFROTC (1, 2, 3, 4). 



Lexington 



HiUsboro 
ek (1 ) : YMCA 



Erwin 

Morganton 

Canton 
A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Delia Delia; Glee Club (4) ; YWCA (3. 4). 



PATTERSON. THOMAS ALLEN 

A.B. IN EDICATION. 

PATTON. CHARLES FREDERICK 

A.B. I.N JOl ILNALISM. Press Club. 

PATTON, JUDITH ANN 



Fourth Roici 



PEACOCK, WILLIAM T., JR. 



Arlington, Va. 



PENEGAR, RICHARD MELTON Gastonia 

B.S. IN BISIN-ESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Sigma; Class Officer 
(4t: Di .Senate: Football (2): German Club Executive (4): 
VocAelv Yark <]|; Minataurs ; Greater Iniversit) Student Council 
(3»i Iniversitv Party (3). 



PHELPS, JAMES COWLES 


Winston-Salem 


B.S. IN BUSINESS AD.MINISTRATION. Delta 
Salem-Carolina Club. 


Sigma Pi; Winslon- 


Fiflh Roic: 




PHILLIPS, JAMES RALPH 


Castonia 


A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 




PICKETT, HERMAN NEWTON. JR. 


Greensboro 


B.S. IN BISIN-ESS ADMINISTRATION. 




PIERPONT, FRANCIS GORDON 


Durham 


B.S. IN BUSLNESS ADMINISTRATION. Cardbo^ 


Ird ; Bead L'sber. 


SiilhRou} : 




PINER, WILLIAM HENRY 


High Point 


A.B. IN ENGLISH. Phi Beta Kappa. 




PIPER, JANE LORING 


Eccleston, Md. 


A.B. IN ENGLISH. Pi Beta Phi: Glee Club (3. 
Splash Club (4). 


4 » ; Y WCA (3. 4 ) : 


PLAGER, SHELDON JAY 


Miami, Fla. 



A.B. IN PHILOSOPHY. Pi Lambda Phi; Intcrfraternitv Council 
(21; Sound and Fury (1. 2. 3. 4); Student Legislature (1, 2, 3. 
4); Scabbard and Blade (4); Student Legislature (3); L'niverBity 
Party (2, 3); NROTC. 




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PLATT. JOHN FORBUSH 

B.S. IN BISINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

POPE, MARIE CALISTA 

A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. Alpha Cam 
Adwsor. 

POPE, MARY ELIZABETH 



Milford, Conn. 



Columbus, Ga. 

Delia; YW CA ; StadenI 



Mount Olive 

;lee Club 



PORTER, JAMES ALEXANDER, JR. Charlotte 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

POTEAT, EARMINE LEE, JR. Yanceyville 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 

POWELL, ELIZABETH TOCCOA Whiteville 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Chi Omega; YWCA j WAA Council (4). 



Narberth, Pa. 
Selma 



POWELL, NANCY BLANTON 

A.B. IN ART. Alpha Delta Pi; YWCA (3, 4). 

PRIDGEN, ELTON CLAUDE 

A.B. IN ARTS AND SCIENCES. 



PRINCE, JACK ALEXANDER Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN RADIO. Pi Kappa Phi; Glee Club (2, 3, 41: Phi As- 
sembly (2. 3. 4); Sound and Fury (2, 3, 4); Student Legislature 
(4); Young Democrats Club (2. 3); YMCA (2, 3. 4>; C. M. 
Board of Directors (3, 4). 



PRIVOTT, JOSEPH ROBERT 



A.B. IN EDUCATION. Class Officer (I>: Dance Committee (3); 
Di Senate (2. 3); Glee Club (1, 2»: Grail (3. 4); Men's Council 
(4); Order of the Old Well (3. 4); Student Legislature (3); 
Student Parly (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (4). 



PROCTOR, JAMES DICK 

A.B. IN LAW. Chi Pui. 



PROFFITT, EARL DONALD 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Whiteville 
Alexandria, Va. 



QUALLS, WILLIAM ALTON Greensboro 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Phi Delia Thela; 13 Club (3. 4); 
Wrestling (1, 2, 3, 4); Orientation Counselor (3); NROTC (1, 2. 



QUARLES, WILLIAM GORDON 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Can 



Rockv Mount 

,a Delia. 



QUESENBERY, JACQUELIN LEE Wavnesboro, Va. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Alpha Delia Pi; Inlerfraternity 
Council (3, 4»: Student Legislature (3. 4»; YWCA (3, 4|: 1» AA 
(3): Hockey Club (3). 



QUINN, FRANK ELBERT, JR. Columbia, S. C. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Kappa Alpha. 

RABHAN, HAROLD JEROME High Point 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Taa Epsilon Phi. 

RABIL, EDWARD GEORGE, JR. Smithfield 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



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RABIL, LOUIS 



RANSDELL, WILLIAM GARLAND, JR. Varina 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. YJICA (I. 2, 3, 4). 

RAY, BETTY LANDON Faison 

A.B. IN MUSIC. Pi Beta Phi; Glee Club (4); YWCA (3, 4). Presi- 
denl (4); Canterbury Clob (3, 4). 



Second Roie: 

REAVIS, PAGE PENDLETON Henderson 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 

REDDING, WILLIAM FRANK, III Asheboro 



REESE, BETTY ANN Carrolllon, Ga. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Delia Delta Delia; Women's Couneil (4) ; YWCA 
(3, 4); Cardboard (3, 4). 



RHYNE, AVERY ROBERT, JR. Charlotte 

B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Chi Sigma: Chi Psi. 

RICHARDSON, DEANE 

A.B. IN SPANISH. Alpha Delta Pi: YWCA (3. 4). 

RIGHTS, BURTON JONES 

A.B. IN RELIGION. Phi Beta Kappa; Delia Phi Alpha; Inter- 
dormitory Couneil (4); YMCA (1, 2, 3, 4); InlerCaith Council 
(3, 4). 



Charlotte 



Winston-Salem 



Pollstown, Pa. 



Bayonne, N. J. 



Fourth Row: 

RILEY, TAD TILDEN 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Sigmo Chi; NROTC. 

RIPPS, LEWIS SAMUEL 



ROBERTS, HAROLD P. 

B.S. IN MEDICINE. Phi Beta Kappa. 



ROBERTS, MARK WILLIAM 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Bpsilon Delta. 

ROBERTS, WAYNE BRYANT 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. YMCA (1). 

ROBBINS, HENRY ZANE 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Chi P,i; Baseball (1); Daily Tar Heel <1. 
2, 3, 4>; Order of the Old Well (3. 4); Publiealions Union Board 
Chairman (3); Tarnation (1. 2. 3); Orientation Counselor (3. 4). 



Madison 

Mount Olive 

Winston-Saleni 



ROBBINS, WILLIAM McKENDREE Charlotte 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Pi Kappa Phi. 

ROBINSON, GEORGE ARNOLD Canton 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Western N. C. Club ( 1 ) ; Press Club (4). 

ROBISON, JOHN HENRY, JR. Salisbury 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Alpha; Interfrater- 
nity Couneil (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4); Greater University Stu- 
dent Council (4); President's Cabinet (4). 




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ROE, ELIZABETH MAY Wilmington 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Chi Omega: YWCA (3. 4). 



Fuquay Springs 
Farmville 



ROLLINS, ARDEN CORTEZ 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMIMSTRATION. 

ROLLINS, ROBERT LeROY, JR. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 



ROSE, JAMES WOOD 



ROSEN, RICHARD SELIG Miami, Fla. 

B.S. IN BISINESS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Lambda Phi: Interfra- 
ternitr Council ( 1. 2 I ; Sound and Fury (1. 2); Cardboard. 

ROSENBLATT, DALE J. Greensboro 

B.S. IN BUSINESS AD.MINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Psi. 



ROSS, CHARLES CALVIN 

B.S. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. 



ROTH, WILLIAM STANLEY 



ROYALL, ELIZABETH ANN 



Chapel Hill 



Asheville 



RUFFIN. DALTON DILLARD Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Class 
Officer (2 1: Football (1, 2. 3. 4); Cimghoul |2); Crail (2); 
Interfratcrnity Council (1); Monogram Club (3). 



RUGGLES, JOHN ALLEN 

B.S. IN GEOLOGY. Alpha Tau Om 



Chev>- Chase, Md. 

na Gamma Epsilon. 



RUSSELL, EDWARD MICHAEL Southport, Conn. 

A.B. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Alpha; Newman Club 



FUlhRou,: 

RUSSOS, ANGELOS NICK Raleigh 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

RUTH, LEWIS HUBERT, JR. Linoolnton 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Lambda Chi Alpha. 



RUTTER, CHARLINE TRIPP 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Splash Club (4). 



Sixth Rote: 



SANDERS, MARY EILLEEN 



SANFORD, BARBARA LOLETA 



SAPP, ROBERT HENRY 



EI Paso, Texas 



Tryon 

Club (2); 



Reynolda 



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SATTERFIELD, ISAAC JOSEPH Salisbury 

B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. 

SATTERWHITE. CLYDE BERNARD, JR. Salisbury 

A.B. IN E-NCLISH. 

SATTERWHITE. DAN HICKS Salisbury 

B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. 



SAULS, GENE LANE Raleigh 

A.B. IN RADIO. Carolina Communications Clnb (3. 4). 

SAVAGE, ROSA MAY Cape Charles, Va. 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Kappa Delta: Y WCA (3, 4) ; Recreation Club 
<4). 

SAWITZ, IRWIN ELLIOT Hamlet 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Tau Epsilon Phi; AFROTC. 



Toms River, N. J. 



Third Rou,: 

SAWYER, BLACKWELL, JR. 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Phi Eta Sigma; Delta Phi Alpha; Phi Beta 
Kappa; Phi Gamma Delta: Monogram Club (2, 3, 4); Soccer (2. 
3, 4). 

SCHACHNER, ELIZABETH ANNELLE Charlotte 

na Delta: YWCA (3, 4|: New- 



SCHACHT, HENRY FERO 



SCHAEFFER, HAROLD CLAYTON 

A.B. IN ARTS AND SCIENCES. 

SCHNORRENBERG, JOHN MARTIN 



SCHOONDERWOERD, JAKE 

A.B. I.N SOCIOLOGY. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



Filth Rou,: 

SCHOONDERWOERD, JANET SELLE 



SCIALLY, ELVA CAMILLE 

A.B. I-V ART. 



Davidson 



Winston-Salem 



Asheville 

ite (1. 2. 3, 



Carrboro 



Chapel Hill 



SCROGGS, ROBIN JEROME Raleigh 

A.B. I.N MUSIC. Chi Psi; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Mu Alpha; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Glee Clnb (1, 2, 3, 4); Order of the Old Well (3, 4); 
Elections Board (2). 



SEALS, ROLAND HECTOR Maxton 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

SEELY, JOHN DAY, JR. Winston-Salem 

B.S. IN SCIENCE. Delia Psi; 13 Club; University Club. 

SELZER, WILLIAM H., JR. Rye, N. Y. 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Phi Delta Kappa. 




imS 



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SHEEK, ROBERT WILLIAM, JR. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. 



SHEETS, RICHARD ALLEN 



Winslon-Saleni 



Winston-Salem 



SHERMER, GORDON HAUSER Winston-Salem 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Kappa Phi. 



SHERRILL, MAX DOUGLAS 

B.S. IN PHYSICS. 

SHIELDS. HAROLD W ILLIAM 

B.S. IN PHYSICS. 

SHOAF, LEONARD PAYNE 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 



Hickory 

Tomotla 

High Point 



SHVEDA, ANDREW PAUL Weirton, W. Va. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Lambda Chi Alpha; Foot- 
ball (1, 2, 3). 



SIEGEL, JOEL HERBERT 

A.B. IN LAW. Pi Lambda Phi: Phi Ela Sign 



SIFFORD, JOHN W ILEY 

B.S. IN SCIENCE. 



Salisbury 

phi Beta Kappa. 

Stanley 



SIKES, LEW IS A. Tabo 

A.B. IN FRENCH. Phi Beta Kappa; Le Cercle Francais. 



SILVER, MICHAEL JULIAN 

A.B. IN RADIO. Phi Epsil.m Pi; Care 



New York, N. Y. 

niniunirations Club. 



SIMPSON, DAVID ALEXANDER, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Kappa Sign 



Fifth Row: 

SI NEATH, WESLEY STUCKEY Timmonsville, S. C. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Carolina Quarterly <H. 



SKINNER, O. SCOTT 



SLOAN, DOROTHY ANN 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Town Girls 



SLOAN, THOMAS HAMILTON 

A.B. IN JOIR.NALISM. Kappa Alpha. 

SLOOP, RICHARD BRAME 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Univirsilj Club (2 1, 

SMALL, CHARLES BUXTON 



Chapel Hill 

Wv (41 : Inler- 

Chapel Hill 



W inston-Saleni 
North Wilkesboro 



Elizabeth Citv 

ouncil (11; Swim 



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SMITH, E. CARRINGTON, JR. 



Chapel Hill 



SMITH, EDWIN BRETNEY Asheville 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delia Kappa Epsilon: T.iinis (1. 2. 3. II. 

SMITH, GEORGE DUFFIELD, JR. Dallas, Texas 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Tau Omegas Sheiks 
(2, 3. 4): Student Legislature (2. 3): Universilj Club (1.2.3.4): 
yoclcelY Yack (1): Student Entertainment Committee (3. 41: Stu- 
dent Parly (1. 2. 3. 4); Orientation Counselor (2, 3. 4). 



SMITH, JACK ROSS 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



SMITH, LLOYD BELL 



Jacksonville 
Lenoir 



SMITH, MARY BERTOLET Greenville 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Delia Delia Delias Glee Club (31: 1 W CA 
(3. 4). 



SMITH, ROY LEE 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 



SMITH, RUFFIN 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE.' 



Stanfielcl 
Charlotte 



SMITH, WILLIAM ARCHER Oklahoma City, Okla. 

B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Bla Sigma. 



SNOW, ROBERT HAIRSTON Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Sigma /Vu; German Club Executive 
(4); Swimmins (1. 2. 3): 13 Club (3, 4); AFROTC. 



SNYDER, GRADY KING 

A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. YMCA (3. 4). 



SOLOMON, G. VANCE 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. 



Fifth Rote: 

SPAUGH, HERBERT, JR. 



SPEARMAN, NED WILLIAMS 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

SPECK, RUTH ELLEN 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Chi Omegas Interd. 
Sound and Fury (3); YWCA (3. 1»: Or 
Coed Senate (3, 4). 



SPENCER, ROBERT EUDEAN Liberty 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Young Demoerats Club (1, 2, 3, 4); YMCA 
(1, 2, 3. 4). 

SPERLING, SARA FRANCES 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 

SPONG, JOHN SHELBY 

A.B. IN PHILOSOPHY. Phi Ela Sij 
Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 



Sanford 
Albemarle 



Charlotte 

as 13 Club 



Magnolia 



Cleveland, Tenn. 



Shelby 



Charlotte 

Phi Bela Kappa; Canterbury 




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SPRUILL, CARL RALPH, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

STALLINGS, CLYDE MORTON 



Elizabeth Cily 



Morehead City 
A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Delia Psi: Daily Tar Heel (2. 3. 4): Di 
Senate (4>: Inlerfraternitr Council (3J; Plavmakers <2): Sound 
and Furv (2. 3): Student Legislature (4»; Tarnation (3. 4): 
Yackely \ack (1, 2); VMCA (1>. 

STARR, PATTY SHERROD Plymouth 



STATON, THOMAS BILLIARD 



Hendersonyille 

niltee (3): Mono- 



A.B. IN ENGLISH. Kappa Alpha: Danee Com 

sram Club (3. 4): Student Couneil : Student Legislature (3); 
Swimming <1>; 13 Club (4): Wrestling (2, 3. 4): Western N. C. 
Club (I. 2>; Orientation Counselor (3). 

STEIN, RAYMOND WILLIAM Lakewood, Ohio 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. VMCA (2. 3. 4); Newman 
Club (2. 3. 4). President (41. 

STEPHENS, GEORGE MYERS, JR. Asheville 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Phi Kappa Sigma; Seabbard and Blade; 
Inlerfraternity Council (2. 3. 4); Monogram Club (2. 3. 41: 
Sound and Fury (1, 2); Soccer (1, 2. 3. 4); NROTC (1. 2. 3. 4>. 



STEPHENSON, HENRY LOUIS, JR. Smithfield 



STEVENS, THOMAS BROCK Smithfield 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Alpha Tau Omega; Baseball (2. 
3. 4): Football (1. 2. 3. 4>: AFROTC: Johnston-Carolina Club: 
President Carolina Athletic Association. 

STEWART, MARGARET GWENDOLYN Charlotte 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Glee Club (3. 4). 



STEWART, MARGARET JEAN 



Raleigh 



A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Alpha Delta Pi: Publications Union 
Board (4): Student. Legislature (3. 41; University Club (3); 
VWCA (4»; Greater University Council (4 1. 

STICKNEY, JAMES WARD. Ill Asheville 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Interdorniitorv Council (2. 3. 4): 
Tarnation (21: YMCA (1. 2. 3. K: Western N. C. Club (1. 2. 3). 

STIEBER, JOAN MOORE Pelham Manor, N. Y. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Pi Beta Phi: YWCA. 



Fifth Roic : 

STOCKTON, JEAN GORDON 

A.B. IN PRIMARY EDUCATION. Ilpha D 
Council (3. 4): YWCA (4): Coed Senate ( 

STOKES, THOMAS DODDS, JR. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Kappa Siama. 

STONE, JEAN 



2, 3, 4), Me 



Chapel Hill 



Lexington 



Stoneyille 



Sixth Row: 

STRIBLING, MARY ELLEN Clarksdale, Miss. 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Chi Omega: Di Senate (4); Student Legisla- 
ture (3. 4t: Valkyries President (3, 4); Women's Council (3. 4): 
YWCA (3. 4): Student Advisor (4> ; State Student Legislature 
(3. 4». 



STRICKLAND, JAMES RUFLS 



STRICKLAND. ROBERT LOUIS 



Wilson 

ml Blade (3, 4>, 



Asheboro 



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Goldsboro 



STRICKLAND, THOMAS EDWARD 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. YMCA (1. 2, 3>. 

STROSNIDER, ANNA FRANK Goldsboro 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Chi Omega; YWCA (3. 4); Student Advisor. 

SULLIVAN, JOHN ALOYSIUS Chapel Hill 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Ela Sigma: Phi Beta 
Kappa; Beta Gamma Sigma; Carolina Political Union ( 1, 2. 3. 4 I ; 
Di Senate (2, 3, 4); Town Men's Association (1, 2); Carolina 
Forum (3); Wesley Foundation (4>; State Student Legislature (4>. 



Second Roto: 

SULLIVAN, RONALD FALLS High Point 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Recreation Club (3,4) ; Newman Club (3.41. 

SUMNER, THOMAS H. Asheville 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Carolina Political Union Chairman (3, 4>; 
Dailr Tar Heel (3); Phi Assembly Speaker Pro-Tem (4); YMCA 
(3, 4); Student Party (3, 4); Canterbury Club (3, 4). 

SUTPHEN, DONALD F. East Orange, N. J. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Beta Theta Pi. 



Julian 
Wilmington 
Picfua, Ohio 

Shizuoka-Shi, Japan 
Winston-Saleni 
Gaffney, S. C. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Chi Phi; Cla.,s Executive Committee (2)- 
Class Officer (1, 3>; Daily Tar Heel (1); Debate Squad (2>: De- 
bate Council (2): Grail (2. 3. 4); Interfraternily Council (2); 
Student Council (2); Student Legislature (2. 3, 4); Orientation 
Counselor (2, 3). 



SWAIM, MICHAEL 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 



SWART, CORNELIUS MARTIN 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 



TAFEL, ANN WILKINSON 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 



Fourth Row: 

TAKAMURA, SHIN-ICHI 

SPECIAL STUDENT IN ENGLISH. 

TATE, GORRELL LEE 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

TATE, H. ALLEN, JR. 



Fifth Rou>: 

TATUM, CLARENCE WEBB 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

TAYLOR, KENNETH RAY 

A.B. IN SPANISH. 

TAYLOR, NELLIE LOUISE 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 



Winston-Saleni 

Faison 

Danbury 

TAYLOR, ROLAND LINDSEY Tarboro 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Press Club Treasurer (3, 4). 

TEACHEY, WILLIAM GRANGER High Point 

A.B. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. 

TEICHMAN, HERBERT Winston-Salem 

A.B. IN BUSINESS ADMINI.STRATION. Alpha Epsilon Pi; Uni- 
versity Club (3); Cardboard (4). 




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TENNEY, MARY SUE 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 4lpha Can 
Danrr Club (1). 

TERRELL. JESSE THOMAS 



THAYER, WILLIAM EUGENE 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Second Row; 

THOMAS, DALE EDWARD 



Morehead City 

Delia: YWCA (1. 2); Mndrrn 



Yaiiceyville 

Phi Delia Kappa: Phi 



Troy 



Attleboro, Mass. 

■ s Union Board (2>: 



THOMAS, ROBERT EIRWIN Greenville, S. C. 

A.B. IN DRAMATIC ART. Glee Club (1. 2. 3. 41: Playn.akers (1, 
2. 3. I): Sound and Fury (1, 2); Y MCA (2. .3. 4). 



THOMPSON. BARBARA JEANNE 



Warsaw 

i:iub < t » : YWCA 



THOMPSON, EDWARD DICKSON High Point 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Alpha. 

THOMPSON, JAMES VERNON Raleigh 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

THOMPSON, JEROME CONSTANTINE High Point 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Pii: Phi Beta 
Kappa. 



Fourth Rau; 

THOMPSON, ROBERT GENE Ringgold, Va. 

B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. 

THOMPSON, WALTER ALVIS. JR. Burlington 

n.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

THORPE, KATHERINE STUM Macon, Ga. 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Kappa Alpha Thela: Stray Creeks. 



Fifth Rote: 

TILLEY, DAVID RONALD 



Fuquay Springs 

Phi Beta Kappa; Daily Tar Heel 



TOLSON, HUBERT GLENN New Bern 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Bela Theta Pi; 13 Club. 

TROUTMAN, RAY CLATON Salisbury 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



TRUCKNER, CLARENCE HUGHES Durham 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

TUCKER, GEORGE REGINALD, JR. Hertford 

B.S. IN MEDICINE. Phi Ela Sisnta; Phi Beta Kappa. 



TUGGLE, RICHARD JAMES 



Kannapolis 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delia Sigma Pi; Phi Bela 
Kappa; Bela Gatnnttt Sigma. 



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TURLINGTON, FRED ANGIER, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



TURNER, HERBERT CARL 

A.B. IN RADIO. Band (1. 2, 3); Wesle 
inunications Club (3, 4). 

TUTZAUER, FRANK EMIL, JR. 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Pi Kappa Phi. 



TYNDALL, FRED ARTHUR, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

TYSON, CONSTANCE 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Pi Beta Phi; Speaker Pr. 

UPTON, ROBERT McLEAN 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Waynesville 

N. C. Club (1) J Coni- 



Greensboro 



Goldsboro 



Richmond, Va. 

.-Tcin Coed Senate (4). 

Ventnor, N. J. 



USUI, JOE YOSHIO 

SPECIAL STUDENT IN ENGLISH. 



UZAWA, MASAKO 

SPECIAL STUDENT IN SOCIOLOGY. 



Ibaraki-Keiv, Japan 
Suginami-Ku, Japan 



UZZELL, GABRIELLE JOYE Charleston, S. C. 

ina Quarterly (3); French Club (3); 



Walkertown 



Charleston, W. Va. 

•oil (4); 



Fourth Row; 

VAN HOY, HALE BAXTER 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. 

VAN KIRK, ANNE LIVESEY 



VASSEY, JOHN WALTER 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 



Fifth Rote: 

VAUGHN, VERNON G., JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



VAUGHN, ROBERT CANDLER, JR. Winston-Salem 

B.S.. LL.B. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Bcia Thela Pi; Phi 
Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Beta Gamma Sigma; Interdormitorv 
Council (1); Dormitory President (1); Greater University Student 
Council (3, 4). 

VEASEY, JASPER ROBERT 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Concord 



Henderson 



Fuquay Springs 



VERCHICK. GEORGE, JR. North Plain field, N. J. 

A.B. IN SPANISH. Football (3>; Monogram Club (3); Track (3). 

VERDICANNO, ANGELO A. South Plainfield, N. J. 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. 



VESTALT, DAVID DELMA 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Graham 




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VOGT, BURMA L. Decalur, Ga. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Kappa Delia: Daily Tar Heel: YWCA. 

WADDELL, RALPH DAVID, JR. Concord 

B.S. IN BISINESS ADMIMSTRATION. Delia Sigma Pi; Inter- 
dormilor) Council (3): Studr-nt Lieislaluri. (2. 3); AFROTC (1, 
2. 3. 4) : Audit Board. 



WADE, EDGAR DeLACIE, JR. 

A.B. IN FINE ARTS. 



WALKER, LEONARD FORREST 

B.S. IN BISINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

WALKER, MARILYN 



WALLER. WILLIAM ALEXANDER 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Gloo Club (3. 4). 



Erwin 



ieriiersville 



Asheboro 



WALSTON, LESLIE WAITE 




Roxobel 


A.B. IN HISTORY. 








WALSTON. LONNIE PERRY 




Roxobel 


A.B. IN HI.STORY. 








WALTON. GEORGE BRITAIN, 


JR. 


Chad 


bourn 


A.B. IN CHEMI.STRY. Phi F.ia Sigma: Ph 


; Beta 


Kappa. 




Fourth Roi, : 








WARD, HALLETT SYDNEY 




Washiiigloii 


A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Phi Gamma Delta. 








\<'ARD. HAROLD NORVIN 


W 


ashinglon. 


D. C. 



B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Daily Tar Heel (3>; Inter- 
dormitort Council (3»: University Club (t); Yaekety Yaek (4): 
Youn^ Democrats Club < 1. 2. 3. 4): YMCA <2. 3. 4): AFROTC: 
Canterbury Club. 



WARD. WILLIAM FARRIOR. JR. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. 



^ew Kern 



Fi/lh Rote: 

WARNER, BEVERLY SNEED Roanoke, Va. 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Pi Kappa Alpha: 13 Club <3». 



WATKINS, OLIVER T. 



W ilniington 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 4lpha Kappa Psi: Daih 
Tar Heel <1. 2. 3. 4); Publications Union Board (I); AFROTi: 
(3. 4). 



WATTS, BOBBY G. 


Stanley 


A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. 




Sixth Row: 




WEBB, DENNIS REID 


Cliffside 


A.B. IN HISTORY. Baseball (2. 3): Phi A 
Democrats Club. 


ssemblv (11: Youn:; 


WEBB, HAROLD LLOYD 


Edenlon 


A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 





WEBB, JEAN CABOT Rocky Mount 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi. 



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WEBSTER, EDWARD WALTER Ridgewood, N. J. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Alpha Kappa Pti: NROTC. 



WEIL, MIMI ANNE 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Chi Omega; Student Legisia 
(3, 4); Splash Club < 3. 4). 

WEISSINGER. ETHEL CLARE 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. YWCA (3. 41; Cantorbur 



Goldsboro 

? (4) ; YWCA 



Cary, Miss. 
Club (4». 



Smithfield 

Pi; YMCA. 

Selnia 



Second Rou}z 

WELLONS, JAMES ALFRED 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMIMSTRATION. Delia Sign 

WELLONS, JAMES CLARENCE, JR. 

A.B. UV CHEMISTRY'. Cardboard (I. 2, 3. 4(: Soc 

WELLS, EDGAR JAMES. JR. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 



WELLS, ELIZABETH KIRK B. W. Harlford, Conn. 
A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. 



WEST, FRED MORROW 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. The 



WEST, ROBERT ELMON 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. 



Fourth Row: 

WEST, WILLIAM SHEPHERD 

A.B. IN HISTORY. 



Franklin 
Salemburg 



New York, N. Y. 



WESTBROOK, THEODORE R.. JR. Richlands 

islalur.. (3. 4>; \t rsley 



WHEELER, WINNIFRED JEAN 



Baltimore, Md. 

ri- Club (3 1 : Sludonl 
rty ; Canterbury Club. 



WHICKER, DONALD EUGENE 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

WHITACRE, HIRAM PLIRCELL, JR. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 

WHITE, BETTYE CONNALLY 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. 



WHITE, CORA ELEANOR 

. A.B. IN EDUCATION. Glee Club (3. 41. 

l^ WHITE, FRANKLIN McARTHlR 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. 



WHITE, JAMES NORBERT 



Kernersville 

Charlotte 

Chapel Hill 

Lenoir 

Saleniliurg: 

Micro 



Counoil (2 1: Dor 




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WHITE, O. MAC Elizabeth Cit> 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Sigma Nu: Cros 
Heel (3. 4) : Soccer Manager (2. 3): Pr 
Orientalion Counselor (41. 

WHITE, REGINALD SIDNEY, JR. L>Tichburg, Va. 

(4); Mono. 



WHITE. ROMAS T., JR. 



\< HITE, WALTER ALSTON 

B.S. IN NATI'RAL SCIENCE AND EDllCATION. 

WHITE, WILLIAM WALLACE 

B.S. IN MEDICINE. Alpha Epsilon Delta. 

WHITEHEART, RUSSELL DANIEL 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Phi Kappa Sicm, 



Charlotte 



Maiison 
Manson 



Wiiistoii-Saleni 

[.' Baseball ( I. 2. I I. 



WHITLEY. GENE MANLY 

A.B. IN HISTORY. 

WHITLEY, THOMAS ALVA 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Pi Kappa Phi. 

WILES, JESSE RAY 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



WILEY. DAVID EDGEL 



HeiiHersoiiville 

Portsmouth, Va, 

Wilkesboro 



Lancaster, Pa. 

Football (I. 2. 3. 1); 



WILKERSON, WILLIAM HENRY Reids 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Pi Kappa Phi. PresiaenI (4). 



WILLL4MS, ANN MARVIN 



WILLIAMS, BILL ALBERT 

A.B. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Durham 

ers (3, 4): 



Granite Falls 



WILLIAMS, HORACE ED^'IN Seven Springs 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Chi Phi; Daily Tar Heel: 
Campus Parly (1>. 

WILLIAMS, WOODWARD W., JR. Columbia, S. C. 



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WILUAMSON, FRED KENT AsheviUe 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delia Kappa Epsilon; Mono- 
gram Club (2, 3, 4> ; Swimming (1. 2. 3>. 

WILLINGHAM, JAMES ESTES AsheviUe 



WILSON, AMY JEAN 



Shelby 



A.B. IN RADIO. Kappa Delia; Chi Delta Phi, Treasurer (4); 
Orientation Advisor; Carolina Commanications Club (3. 4); Pan- 
Hellenic Council (4). 



WILSON, CLAUDE ROBEBSON 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. .' /li Co 
fraternity Council (2, 3, 4). 

WILSON, JOHN MOBAN 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Young Democrats Club. 

WILSON, MABGARET ANN 



Robersonville 

,ma Delia; Inter- 



Morgantoii 



Sumnierfield 



WILSON, MARY JANE 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi; Won 

WILSON, BOBEBT SESSOMS 



WILSON, WILLIAM THOMAS 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Sigma Chi. 



Fourth Roto: 

WING, NANCY JANE 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Sigma Alpha /oi, 



Washington, D. C. 

.•s Council <4). 

Aberdeen 



Waterville, Me. 
Kannapolis 



WISE, JAY V. 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Band (1. 2, 3, 4) ; YMCA (1). 

WOLF, WILLIAM THOMAS Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN .MATHEMATICS. Phi Beta Kappa, Judicial Agairs Commit- 
tee (4>; Student Council (4); Student Legislature (31; YMCA 
Cabinet (1, 2, 3. 4); Student Party (1. 2, 3. 4); Orientation 
Counselor (3, 4); Order of the Golden Fleece. 



WOLFF, CHABLES FBEDBICK 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Ka 

WOMACK, JEBRY ROBERT 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. P 
Kappa Psi; Scabbard and Blade. 



WOOD, THOMAS JEFFERSON, JR. Cherr, Point 

A.B. IN RADIO. YMCA (2. 3); Carolina Communications Club; 
Gymnastics (2, 3. 4); Monogram Clob (3, 4). 



Winslon-Saleni 



Spencer 

Kappa Phi; Alpha 




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WOODRUFF, WILLIAM DAVID Oxford 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Doily Tar Heel (2); Di Senate (1, 2, 3. 4). 
Sergeant-at-Arlns, President Pro-Tem ; Choral Club; Canterbury 
Club. 



WOOLFOLK, NANCY LEE Bowling Green, Va. 

1 Delta; YWCA (3, 4); Student 



Second Row: 



WOOLLEY, CORNELIA PARK New York, N. Y. 

A.B. IN FRENCH. Chi Omega: Glee Club; YWCA. 



WOOSLEY, SANFORD KYLE Roanoke, Va. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Sigma. 



WOOTEN, BARBARA KATHRYN Castoniii 

A.B. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Beta Phi: YWCA. Cabine 
(4); Women's Orientation Comniitlee. Chairman (4>. 



WORDSWORTH, JAMES D., JR. Rockv Mount 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Chi Phi: Alpha Phi Omega: 
Sound and Fury (1, 2); University Club (3, 4); YMCA (U. 



WORTHINGTON, BETTY LOU A' den 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Delta Pi; Glee Club (3>: YWCA (3.4». 



WRIGHT, CLEMENT GILLESPIE Greensboro 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Delta Kappa Epsilun. President (3); Sheiks 
(2, 3, 4), President (4): YMCA (3, 4); Soceer (I»; Greensboro- 
Carolina Club. 



YATES, CLAUDE GLENN Lenoir 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Kappa Sigma. 



YATES, HAL NEWTON 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Chadbourn 



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YATES, KIMBLE CARSON 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMIMSTRATION. Phi Kappa Si; 



Raleigh 



YORK, ROBERT LEE, JR. Waynesville 

B.S. IN BliSINESS .ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Psi. 



YORK, WILLIAM BRANTLEY, JR. Boone 

A.B. IN BUSLVESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Psi; Band 
(1>; Glee Club (I): Student Legislature (4). 



YORK, WILLIAM MARVIN, JR. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. 



YOUNG. CHARLES SAMUEL 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



YOUNG, HELEN PERSON 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Delia Delta Delia; Vn 
YWCA (3, 4). 



Fourth Rote: 



Henderson 

lily Club (4»: 



YOUNG, MAURICE EDWARD Bellefonte, Pa. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINI.STRATION. Football (3. t). 



YOUNG, NANCY CAROL 



Chapel Hill 

ound and Fury; 



Fifth Row: 

YOUNG. THOMAS LEE Lexington 

B.S., LL.B. I> BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. University Club (31: 
Yaekety Yaek (1. 2); Young Democrats Club (1. 2, 3, 4); Campus 
Party (1). 



ZIEGLER. CARL LESLIE 

B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Thela Chi. 




^ k MinLiOii 



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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Sealed: Arthur Spaugh, Vice-President; Dan Perrv, Presi- 
dent. • Standing: Sally Bet Cunningham, Social Chairman; 
Gil Marsh, Treasurer; Peggy Fox, Secretary. 



Traditional Junior Class Straw Hat Party — Hogan's Lake. Spring 1951 



Clasis; 



First Roic: Acker, William R., Winsloii-Salcm; Adams, Jane Rose, Charlotte; Ader. Nancy Anne, 
Walkertown; Agapion, Stephen, Greensboro; Ahern, Betty, Chi Omega, Charlotte; Alden, Betty Lue, 
Danville, Va.; Alexander, Allen Fred, Slatesville; Alexander, Judith, Atlanta, Ga, • Second Row: 
Allen, Eldon Perry, Greensboro; Allen, Mary Frances, Statesville; Allred, Albert Louis, Alpha Chi 
Sigma, Mount Airy; Alley, Zebulon D., "Waynesville; Almond, Harvey Sherrill, Jr., Albemarle; 
Alston, Joseph John, Portsmouth, Va.; Anderson, Ernest Edward, Asheville; Anderson, Jacqueline 
Hail, Rehoboth Beach, Del. • Third Row: Anderson, Kenneth George, Durham; Anders, Betty 
Louise, Hendersonville; Armistead, Katherine Brumley, Kinston; Arnold, Joseph Allan, Alpha 
Epsilon Pi, Phi Eta Sigma. Alpha Pi Omega, OGB, Atlanta, Ga.; Ashcraft, Thomas Foust, Raleigh; 
Aton, Martha Ann, Pi Beta Phi, St. Petersburg, Fla.; Auman, Wiley Eugene, High Point; Aydlett, 
Patricia Ann, Elizabeth City. • Fourth Row: Ayres, Douglas Warren, White Sulphur Springs, W. 
Va.; Baggett, John R., III. Lillington; Bailey. Donald Elheridge, Biscoe; Bailey, Ted Kyle 



viUe; Baker, Douglas L., Sigma 
McCall, Rowland; Ballard, James 
Mary Alice, Denton; Banks, Myro 
Raleigh; Barbanell, Arthur Loren, 
Banks, Jr., Hendersonville; Barge 
Omega, Jonestown, Miss.; Barnes 



Chi. Kinston; Baker, H. Clyde, Newfield, N. Y.; Baker, James 
Alan, Fayetteville. • Fifth Row: Ballew, Hunter, Nebo; Ballew, 
II Carroll, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alpha Phi Omega, Phi Eta Sigma, 
Zetn Beta Tan. Phi Eta Sigma, New York, N. Y.; Barber. Leonard 
r. Alta Lee. Alpha Chi Omega, Oakboro; Barksdale. Isabel, Chi 
Lawson Paul, Kappa Alpha, Bennettsville, S. C. • Sixth Row: 



Barnhill, Claude Alton, Stokes; Barlley, Robert Lynn, Theta Chi, Washington, Pa.; Barton, J. 
Howard, Culberson; Barton, Katherine Wilson, Centreville, Md.; Bason, William Spainhour, North 
Wilkesboro; Bates, Seymour, Pi Lambda Phi, Greensboro; Barton, Kenneth H., Chi Psi, Elizabeth, 
N. J.; Battle, Mary Thomas, Rocky Mount. 




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Firtl Row: Baucom, Lewis Warren, Faith; Bauer, Bruce Allan, Chi Phi, Arlington, Va.; Baylor, 
Beverly, Greensboro; Beals, Dorothy Anne, Johnson City, Tenn.; Beard, Helen Jones, Hillsboro; 
Beck, Thomas Eugene, Washington, D. C: Boeson, Anna Marilla, Greensboro; Bell, James Andrew, 
Jr., Sigma Chi, Phi Eta Sigma, Greensboro. • Second Roiv: Bell, Robert Bremon, Sigma Chi, 
Charlotte; Benedict, Stuart Charles, Bethel, Conn.; Benfield, Marion Wilson, Jr., Belwood: Bennett, 
Johnsie Lorena, Chapel Hill; Bergman, Cynthia Suzanne, Chevy Chase, Md.; Bernstein, Martin 
Abraham, Pi Lambda Phi, Coldsboro: Bershaw, Burton H., Pi Lambda Phi. Asheville; Berry, 
Benjamin Carroll, Jr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Hertford. • Third Koic: Biggers, Keith Rennie, Sigma Chi, 
Charlotte; Bizzell, Charles Edward, Seven Springs; Black, Hiram Bunyan, Matthews; Bland, Elmer 
Charles, Tbomasville; Bliss, Rupert Quentin, Sigma Chi, Jacksonville, Fla.; Bogue, Hugh Daniel, 
Fremont; Bolick, Jerome Wilson, Phi Kappa Sigma, Conover; Bondurant, Ann, Winston-Salem. 

• Fourth Row: Bonowitz, Saralyn Sue, San Matro, Calif.; Booker, John Lawrence, Plymouth; 
Bracket!, James William, Castonia; Brain. George Willard, Bfta Theta Pi, Tomkins Cove, .N. Y.; 
Bransford, Patricia Anne, Cohassett, Va.; Braswell, Linwood J., Pi Kappa Phi, Goldsboro; Braxton, 
Barbara Lee, Whiteville; Brendle, Thomas Pate, Cramerton. • Fifth Row: Brewer, William Clarence, 
Jr., Jamesville; Breslow, Diane Jay, Rahway. N. J.; Bridgers, Clifford Charles, Fuquay Springs; 
Briggs, Susan, Asheville; Briley, William Frazier, Pi Kappa Phi, Wilson; Brimky. Jean Louise, 
Winston-Salem; Broadwell, Don B.. Lambda Chi Alpha, St. Pauls: Brock, Margaret Ann, Richlands. 

• Sixth Row: Brooker, Barbara Anne, Pi Beta Phi. Columbia, S. C; Brown, Lewis Arnold, Sigma 
Chi, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Brown, Linwood Alton, Jr., Raleigh; Brown, Ralph Kenton, Franklinville; 
Brown, Rosalvn, Elberlon, Ga.; Browne, Marx Lilla, Gastonia; Bruce, Roland E., Jr.. Wilmington; 
Bruning, Christian Richard, HI, Greensboro. 



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First Row: Bruton, David Wilson, Mount Gilead; Brulon, Robert Alexander, Whiteville; Bryan, 
Elisha Lewis, Phi Gamma Delia, Goldsboro; Bryant, Clavin B., Gaston; Buie, Albert Franklin, Delta 
Sigma Pi, Red Springs; Bullock, Susan Cobh, Stovall; Bumgardner, Amos Sumner, Phi Kappa 
Sigma, Charlotte; Burkbead, Thomas Wade, Candor. • Second Row: Burress, Susan Withers, Salem, 
Va.; Butler, James Edward, Jr., Morganton; Byrd, Bobby Gray, Selnia; Caldwell, Jean L., Pi Beta 
Phi, Wilmington; Campbell, Donald Durant, Rutberfordton; Cannon, Conrad Little, Mom 
Cannaday, Thomas Lawton, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Guilford College; Capel, Arron L., Jr., Phi Kappa 
Sigma, Troy. • Third Row: Carr, William H., Sigma I\u, Miami, Fla.; Carrier, Glass Bowling, Jr. 
Charlotte; Carroll, Donald Gary, Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Eta Sigma, Delta Phi Alpha, Chapel Hill 
Carroll, Joan M., Lawreneeville, N. J.; Carroll, Thomas Lawrence, Jr., Delta Psi, Charlotte; Carson 
Byron Hall, Jr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Rutberfordton; Carter, Sue Kirkland, Alpha Delta Pi, Chapel 
Hill; Carver, Luther Lindbergh, Durham. • Fourth Row: Casey, Doris Christine, Mount Olf 
Casey, Lessie Mallard, Chapel Hill; CashwcU, Thomas Herman, Asheboro; Caudill, Robert Talmadge, 
Phi Eta Sigma, Winston-Salem; Causey, Seaborn Ambrose, Jr., Durham; Chalk, Beverley J 
Greensboro; Chamblee, Donald Vance, High Point; Champion, Robert Benjamin, Kannapolis. • Fifth 
Row: Chance, Sarah Jeanette, Lumberton; Cheek, Carolyn Elizabeth, Smithfield; Cheek, Sue, Shelby 
Cherry, Billv Jones, Williamston; Cherry, William David. Gastonia; Chesson, David Douglas, Roper 
ClaHin, Patricia C, Phi Mu, Mt. Dora, Fla.; Clark, Badger Gill, Jr., Henderson. • Sixth Row: Clegg 
Robert William, Greensboro; Clinard, Robert Wesley, Winston-Salem; Cobb, Harvey Perren, Jr. 
Four Oaks; Coggin, George William, Star; Coggins, Henry Irvin, Delta Sigma Pi, Milwaukee; Cokell 
Norma, Jersey City, N. J.; Coker, Fred Williams, Chi Psi, Franklin, Va.; Cole, David Bradford, III 
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Firtt Row: Cole, Hugh Hobson, Jr., Chapel HQl; Coleman, Curtis Cortez, Jr., Chi Psi, Winston-Salem; 
Colev, Patricia George, Pi Beta Phi. Newton; Collins, Charles Amos, Chi Psi, Greensboro; Collin, 
William Hunter, Asheville; Collins. William Van, Manson; Cook, David Gotten, Chadbourn; Cook, 
William Cason, Monroe. • Second Roiv: Coppedge, William W., Chapel Hill; Corinth. Joseph Battle, 
Rocky Mount: Cornell, William Powell, Phi Delia Thela. Charlotte; Cowan, John Adrian, Kappa 
Sigma. Durham: Cowper, Bavard Thurman, Alpha Tail Omega. Raleigh; Cox, Barbara Jeanne, 
Asheboro; Cox, Carl Waller, Franklin; Cox, James Lloyd, Richlands. • Third Row: Cox, Joseph 
Benfield, Alpha Kappa Psi, Hampton, Va.; Coxe, Shirley Lord. Biltmore Forest; Craver, Ralph Lee, 
Lexington; Crawford, Frederic Mull, Jr., Sanford; Cuningham, Sally Bet, Wlnston-Salem; Curran, 
James Joseph, Jr., ReidsviUe; Daniel, Jed Selwyn, Theta Chi, Danville, Va.; Daniels, Frank Arthur, 
Jr., Delia Kappa Epsilon, Raleigh. • Fourth Row: Davis, Donald Thomas, Morehead City; Davis. 
James Herbert, Jr., Durham: Davis, Joseph Gomer, Jr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Spindale; Davis, Kenneth 
D., Wilson; Davis, Laura Duncan, Beaufort; Davis, Margaret Garland, Brevard; Davis, Paul Stanley, 
Forest City; Dawes, L. C, Jr., Phi Kappa Sigma, Baltimore, Md. • Fifth Row: Daye, Dennis Eugene, 
Kannapoiis; Daye, James, Alpha Kappa Psi, Winston-Salem; Daye, Robert, Alpha Kappa Psi. Winston- 
Salem; Deal, Bobby Lee, Alpha Kappa Psi. Rockingham; Deal, Ray Emanuel. Jr.. Kappa Alpha, 
Morganton; Dear, Walter Moore, II, Jersey City, N. J.; Debnam, John Hanby, Wilmington; Dellinger, 
Steve William, Jr., Theta Chi, Charlotte. • Sixth Row: Deutsch, Joan Dorothy, Louisville, Ky.; 
Dewev, Diane Eve, Palm Beach, Fla.; Dickinson, Margaret Louise, Raleigh; Dickman, Joyce, Parris 
Island, S. C; Dinsmore, James Francis, Chapel Hill; Doar, Grace Eunice, Raleigh; Downs, Ellen 
Nance, Winton; Drake, Carol Wynn, Newsoms, Va. 



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FirM Row: Dnla, James Braxlon, Jr., Lenoir; Dunlop, Barllet, Petersburg, Va.; Dunphey, Ormond 
Hunt, Phi Kappa Sigma, MerchanlvUle, N. J.; Eagan, Arthur J., Phi Eta Sigma, Portsmouth, Va.; 
Edens, David Cilland, Delta Psi, Lumberlon; Edwards. Lee Henrj, Phi Delta Theta, Ashcville; 
Eliason, Harriet Joann, Alpha Delta Pi, Cumberland, Md.; Ellioll, William Henrj-, Jr., Sigma !\u, 
Goldsboro. • Second Roic: Elling. John Dwight, Alpha Tau Omega. Roanoke Rapids; Ennis, Lewis 
Alvin, Durham; Ernst, Walter Norbert, Alpha Tau Omega, Baltimore, Md.; Ervin, Hugh Tale, Jr., 
Kappa Alpha. Morganton; Etheridge, Ben Taylor, Chi Psi, Bailey; Evans, David Savage, Raleigh; 
Evans, Dorothy O., Pi Beta Phi. Delia Phi Alpha, Hinesdale, HI.; Evans, Robert Buller, Delta P»i, 
Lewes Beach, Del. • Third Row: Falls, Edgar Markham, Caslonia; Farmer, Jerry D., Delta Sigma Pi. 
Bailey; Ferrell, Edward Vernon, Sigma Chi. Winston-Salem; Fields, Joseph Browning, Chapel Hill: 
Fisher, Julian Horace, Rocky Mount; Fletcher, Nelson Thomas, III, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Raleigh; 
Floyd, Lewis Harry, University Park, JId.; Floyd, William Thomas, Henderson. • Fourth Koie: 
Fogler, Irving Efrim, Alpha Lambda Sigma, Durham; Forbes, Rosalyn Walker. Poplar Branch; Fort, 
Archibald Taylor, Oxford; Fountain, Robert Allen, III, Sigma Chi, Greenville; Foushce, Eugene 
Dick, Jr., Greensboro; Fonts, Croatan Lofton, Jr., Mamers; Fonts, Jimmy Miller, Lexington; Fox, 
Jacqueline Venable, Roanoke, Va. • Fifth Roiv: Fox, Margaret Lavinia, Charlotte; Frankel, Theodore 
Golden, Zela Beta Tau, Atlanta, Ga.; Frazier, Lewis Daniel, Lewisburg; Fulghum, Gary Gilliam, Jr., 
Middlesex; Funai, Dolores Sylvia, Richmond, Va.; Gaddy, David Wiufred, Albemarle; Gaines, Thomas 
Dorman, Phi Kappa Sigma, Jamesville; Galanides, Jerry Demetrios, Phi Kappa Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma, 
Norfolk. Va. • Sixth Roic: Gale. Hugh Myron, Raleigh; Gamble, Richard O'Neil, Summerfield; 
Garland, Alfred Eugene, Newland; Gee, Shirley Ann, Johnson City, Tenn.; Giles, Jesse Albion, Phi 
Kappa Sigma, Winston-Salem; Gilliam, Virginia Randolph, Raleigh; Gladden, Roy William, Carthage; 
Glenn, Neil Bost, Theta Chi, Burlington. 




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Firil Roto: Clod, Mary Anna, Castle Hayne; Clover, Edith Aletta, Chapel Hill; Codwin, Hannibal L., 
Raleigh; Coode, Peggie Jean, Charlotte: Coodin, James Chester, Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma, 
Waynesville; Coodman, Edwin Stanley, Tau Epsilon Phi, Charlotte; Coodwin, Fernie Craham, Delta 
Sigma Pi, Apex; Cordon, Alan William, Tau Epsilon Phi, Raleigh. • Second Rote: Cordon, Chovine 
Richardson, Pi Beta Phi, Daytona Beach, Fla.; Cordon, Crace Calvert, Spray; Could, Katherine Jean 
Castonia: Grady, Marguerite Bishop, Fayettevillc; Crant, John Duval, New Bern; Graybeal, Earl B. 
Jr., Theta Cfti, West Jefferson; Green. Fletcher Melvin, II, Alpha Tau Omega, Chapel Hill; Green 
Nancy Rose, Sigma Alpha Iota, Chapel Hill. • Third Ron: Greenway, Clarence Edward, High Point 
Greer, Edmund Reeves, Vilas; Gregg, Elizabeth Lozier, Asheville; Gresham, Lawton Douglas, Char 
lotte; Gribben, Patricia Elizabeth, Thomasville, Ca.; Griffin, George Melvin. Jr.. Chapel Hill; Griffith 
Charles Lee, Alpha Phi Omega, Burnsville; Grimes, Billy Joe, Thomasville. • Fourth Roic: Cross 
Edward Bailey, Delta Psi, Harrisburg, Pa.; Gullbert, John Moss, Sigma Gamma Epsilon. Alpha Phi 
Omega. Phi Eta Sigma, Trjon; Gupton, Stephen Thomas, Jr., Rocky Mount; Custafson, Helen Marie 
St. Petersburg, Fla.; Gyland, Sally Ann, Phi Mu, Tampa, Fla.; Hall, Maurice, Sanford; Hall, Virginia 
Flora, Elizabeth City; Hamrick, Joe E., Alpha Kappa Psi, Alpha Phi Omega. Charlotte. • Fifth 
Row; Hamrick, Larry Dean, Shelby; Handler, Jack Cellman, Tau Epsilon Phi, Sarasota, Fla.; Hanna, 
Carl Norris, Gastonia; Hare, Ransom Brvant, 111, Phi Gamma Delta, Wihnington; Harper, Curtis 
Vinson, Albany, Ga.; Harrell, Bert Edward, Phi Delta Theta, Morganton; Harrell, J. Douglas, Chapel 
Hill; Harris, Coldston Franklin, High Point. • Sixth Row: Harris, John Henry, Norfolk, Va.; Harris, 
William Edmond, Franklinton; Harris, William Rix, Phi Eta Sigma, Henderson; Hatcher, F. Virginia, 
Chi Delta Phi, Andrews, S. C; Hauck, Donna Marie, Aberdeen, S. D.; Haywood, Allie Mack, Greenville, 
S. C; Heilig, Alan Bernard, Zeta Beta Tau, Kinston; Hemstreet, Susan, Augusta, Ca. 



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First Row: Henning, Robert Edward, Jr., Sigma Chi, WinBlon-Salem; Henson, Joseph Dean, Otto; 
Herman, Virginia Carolvn, Conover; Herring, Victor Grey, HI, Phi Gamma Delta, Coldsboro; 
Hicks, Eugene Clifton, HI, Sigma !\u, Wilmington; Hill, William Buren, Cliffside; Hinds, Alice 
Jane, St. Petersburg, Fla.; Higgins, George Edward, GafTney, S. C • Second Row: Hobson, Edward 
Newton, Boonville; Hogan, Gay Elizabeth, Chapel Hill; Hogan, Morris Gillam, Jr., Asheville; Hogg, 
Donald W., Astoria, Oregon; Hollidny, James Bennett, Chi Phi, Pinetops; Holmes, Catherine Ann, 
Hertford; Holmes, Robert Peel, Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Eta Sigma, Mt. Olive; Holmes, Samuel 
Seymour. Fernandina, Fla. • Third Row: Hood, William Hamilton, Chapel Hill; Hooks, Edgar 
Wright, Jr., Kenly; Hooper, Walter McGehee, Reidsville; Hoover, Malcolm, Pineville; Hopkins, 
Thomas Gregory, Reidsville; Houser. Mary Grace, Cherryville; Howard, Carl Leonard, Parkersburg; 
Hoyt, Ruth Mary, Teaneck, N. J. • Fourth Row: Huneycutt, Charles A., Albemarle; Hunt, Ralph 
Palmer, Lexington; Hunter, John Robert, Phi Eta Sigma, Winston-Salem; Huntley, Rex Reynolds, 
Charlotte; Hurd, Joseph H., Durham; Hurst, James Paul, Jr., Charlotte; Hutchens, Mary Jane, High 
Point; Inabinet, Judith Beebe, Charlotte. • Fifth Row: Ingram, Henry H., Ingalls; Irvin, Charles 
Watson, Jr., Greensboro; Issen, Melvin I., Raleigh; Jackson, David Kent, High Point; Jackson, 
Robert Beaumont, High Point; Jacobi, Joan, Wilmington; James, William Stuart, Chatham, Va.; 
Jamison, John Watts, Charlotte. • Sixth Row: Johnson, Charles Borden, Phi Kappa Sigma, Greens- 
boro; Johnson, Clemuel M., Kappa Sigma, Benson; Johnson, Charles Reid, Winston-Salem; Johnson, 
George Russell, Four Oaks; Johnson, James Paul, Jr., Alpha Tatt Omega, Durham: Johnson, Loyd 
Harold, Delta Sigma Pi, Milwaukee; Johnston, Charles Albert, Jr., Decatur, Ga.; Johnston, Margaret 
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FirtI Rote: Johnston, Nancy Thomas, Wilson; Johnston, Thomas D., Fayelleville; Jones, Harry Harley, 
Washington, D. C; Jones, Henry Robert, Rockingham; Jones, Patricia Ann, West Pahn Beach, Fla.; 
Jones, Patricia Anne, Greenville, S. C; Jones, Paula Ruth, Flat River, Mo.; Jones, William Russell, 
Elon College. • Second Rote; Joyner, Francis Lang, Alpha Tau Omega, Wilson; Kalb, Barrett 
Franklin, Maplewood, N. J.; Katz, Brenda Suzanne, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Atlanta, Ga.; Kearns, Ned 
Spencer, Lexington; Kellam, Mary Umstead, Delta Delta Delta, Athens, Ga.; Kelly, Alice Carol, 
Charleston, W. Va.; Kelso, Joseph Kenneth, Alpha Tau Omega, Richmond, Va.; Kennedy, Charles 
Hngh, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Raleigh. • Third Roto: Kennedy, Wiley O., Jr., Houston, Tex.; King, 
Gerald Walker, Reidsville; King, Milton Wynn, Essex; Kirby, Betty Ann, Winston-Salem; Kirkman, 
Juhan Max, Greensboro; Kirkpatrick, Robert Calvin, Charlotte; Kline, Dianna. Macomb, III.; 
Klostermyer, Sandra Lee, Asheville. • Fourth Rote: Knighten, Edna, Kappa Delta, Montgomery, Ala.; 
Kottmeier. Jane, Kappa Alpha Theta. Orlando, Fla.; Krell, Jacqueline Yvonne, Columbia, S. C; 
Kurash, Joan Helene, New York City, N. \.; Lackey, Nora Frances, Gamma Phi Beta, Sigma Alpha 
lota, Mt. Airy; Lamonl, Louise, Chapel Hill; Laney, Emsler Armfield, Jr., Phi Camma Delta, 
Wilmington; LaRue, Jo Anne, Raleigh. • Fifth Rotti: Lawson, Richard Brooke, Jr., Phi Delta Theta, 
Hopkinsville, Ky.; Leary, Thomas Edison, Ahoskic; Ledford, Ruth Marie, Durham; LedwiU, Edwin 
Mangum, Jr., Charlotte; Leonard, David Brian, Wrightsville Beach; Leonard, James Joel, Lexington; 
Lerner, Harry, Pi Lambda Phi, Lincolnton; Lester, John Edward, Stoneville. • Sixth Rotv: Lewis, 
Henry Eugene, Jr., Charlotte; Lewis, Joanne Maier, Waverly, Pa.; Lewis, Waller Penn, Jr., Winston- 
Salem; Levey, Emma Jo, Richmond, Va.; Licvsay, John E., Chapel Hill; Lindler, James Henry, 
Sherrill's Ford; Lindley, James Gunn, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Greensboro; Litzenberger, Earle Dudley, 
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First Row: Lively, Beverly Jean, Hinlon, W. Va.: Lively, Celia W., New Bern; Lofliii, Dalton Hart- 
well, Trenton; London, Arthur Hill. Ill, Chi Phi, Chapel Hill; Long, Cletus Roscoe, Winston-Salem; 
Lonney, William Hugh, San Diego, Cal.; Lore, George Gill, SmithEeld; Lore, William Pickens, 
Smithfield. • Second Row: Lowenstein, Dorothy Leah, Scarsdale, N. Y.; Lowden, Ida Imogene, 
Bluffton, S. C; Lowder, John Alexander, Sigma Chi, Lincolnton; Lowry, Cecil Barrymore, Pembroke; 
Lowry, John C. Abernathy, Jr., Phi Kappa Sigma, Greensboro; Lubs, Harold Richard, Lambda Chi 
Alpha. Charleston, S. C; Lupton, Rufus Hector, Edenton; Lynch, Merre-Lyn, Winston-Salem. • Third 
Row: McAdams, Robert E., Roanoke Rapids; McAllister, Thomas Alexander, Sigma Chi, Charlotte; 
McBrayer, David Yates, Shelby; McCarroU, Evelyn Spolswood, Warrenton; McCoU, Frances Carroll, 
Bennettsville, S. C; McClamroch, Anne Snowden, Chapel Hill; McCray, Sarah Eugenia, Chi Omega, 
Charlotte; McCutchen, Joan Bryan, Lincolnton. • Fourth Roic: McFarland, Daniel Durham, Durham; 
McGin, John Shaw, Asheville; McGuirk, Martha Taylor, Morganton; McKee, Marilyn Lee, Wichita, 
Kan.: McLawhon, Lyman Bonner, kinston; McLeod, James Carlisle, Jr., Kappa Alpha, Florence, 
S. C; McLeod, Michael P., Chapel Hill; McMillan, Thomas, Jr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Rocky Mount. 
• Fifth Row: McNeill, Bobby Burns, Raeford; MacCoy, Joan Dean, Maplewood, N. J.; Macgill, 
Charles Richard, Jr., Delta Kappa Epsiton, Raleigh; Maddry. Eloise Freeland, Chapel Hill; Maner, 
Frederick Debele, Delta Kappa Epsilon. Savannah, Ga.; Mangum, Baxter Bryan, Jr., Durham; 
Mangum, Vernon P., Hamlet: Mann, Milton Bernard, Tau Epsilon Phi, Raeford. • Sixth Row: Marks, 
Mary Louise, Asheville; Marshall, Robert Ellington, Jr., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Raleigh; Martin, Ann 
Speas, East Bend: Mason, Julian Dewey, Jr., Williamston; Mason, Paul DeWitt, Detroit, Mich.; 
Mathews. Thomas Herbert, Henderson; Matthews. Kenneth Lee, Robersonville; Matthews, Margaret 
Montgomery, Delta Delta Delta, Norfolk, Va. 




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First Roic: Memberv, Joan Halhawav, Daytona Beach, Fla.; Merritt, Oscar K., Jr., Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Ml. Airv; Mewhinnev, Fred Harrison, Sigma Chi. Anna Maria, Fla.; Mickle, John Norwood, Jr., 
Winslon-Salem: Midgelte, Jane Hooper, Gary; Middleton, Edwin Lee, Sigma Chi, Charlotte; Midgett, 
Robert Parker, Sigma !Su, Elizabeth City; Miller, Anne Cochwan, Albany, Ga. • Second Rote: Miller, 
Geraldine V., Waban, Mass.: Miller, Hal Young, Jr., Phi Delta Theta, Lenoir; Miller, Max Gardner, 
Hamlel: Milliken, John Rowe, Monroe: Milliken, Louise Manning, Southern Pines; Minnis, Frederick 
Thomas, Winston-Salem; Mitchell, Mary Louise, Burlington; Mitchum, Hugh Casnell, Jr., Charlotte. 
• Third Roir: Moody. Jack Owen, Jr., Cooleemee: Moon. Lloyd Binford, Charlotte: Moore, Albert 
Cunningham, Chi Phi. Miami, Fla.; Moore, Frank Bunting, New Bern; Moore, John Franklin, Lenoir: 
Mortensen, Martin Peter, Graham; Mostella, Kenneth Wayne, Draper; Motsinger, John Fairbanks, 
Jr., .Sigma Chi. Phi Ela Sigma. Winston-Salem. • Fourth Row: Murray, Carolyn Forrest, High Point; 
Myers^ Charles Hammell, Anppn Alpha. Washington, D. C; Nahm, Carman Louise, Pi Beta Phi, 
Deland, Fla.; Neal, Robert Stuart. Thela Chi. Hopkinsville, Ky.; Neely, James LjTUan, Pi Kappa 
Alpha. High Point: Neese, Kenneth Earle. Jr., Delta Sigma Pi, Monroe: Nelson, Gertie, Alpha Delta 
Pi, Lumberton; Nelson, Joseph Higgins, Phi Gamma Delta, Rocky Mount. • Fifth Rote: Neill, Robert 
Lewis, Sigma Chi, High Point; Neshit, Emmett Garrison, Charlotte; Newton, Albert Sidney, Winston- 
Salem: Newton, Marv Wade, West Palm Beach, Fla.: Nichols. James George, Winston-Salem; Noblitt, 
P. Milton, Shelby; Norberg, Allan K., Bayside. N. Y.! Norwood, Betsy, Bennettsville, S. C. • Sixth 
Rotv: Novins, Judson S.. Tan Epsilon Phi. Toms River, N. J.; Oastler, Carmen, Atlanta, Ga.; 
Oberdorfer, Eugene, H, Zeta Beta Tall, Phi Eta Sigma, Atlanta, Ga.; Oetlinger, Evelyn Allison, 
Kinston; O'Neal, Alan Smith, Jr.. Chapel Hill; Osborne, Geneva Ann, Hendersonville; Osborne, 
Morris Floyd, Arden; Osborne, Robert W., Theta Chi, Greensboro. 



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First Rote: Owen, Jacqueline, Winter Park, Fla.: Pace, Robert, Morrisville; Page, William E., Jr., 
Dover; Page. William Lee, III, Sigma 'Vii, Tarboro: Panton. Richard Tyler, Chapel Hill; Pappas, 
Savas Harry, Greensboro; Parham, Lester B., Phi Ela Sigma, Tabor City: Paris, Oscar Hall, Jr., 
Phi Ela Sigma, Greensboro. • Second Roic: Parker, John Rainey, Fayctteville; Parker, Joseph Mayon, 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Ahoskie; Partin, Emniett Mason, Durham; Patterson, Henry B., Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Hickory; Patterson, Robert Kizen. Albemarle; Payne, Clifton Gadberry, Alpha Epsilon Delia. Rural 
Hall; Payne, Garth Howard, Elkin; Payne. Thomas William, Phi Kappa Sigma, Phi Ela Sigma, 
Greensboro. • Third Row: Pazdan, Joseph John, Trenton. N. J.; Pearson, June Marita, Chicago, III.; 
Pelone, Francis W., Charlotte; Pence, Willis N.. Jr., Albemarle: Penegar, Kenneth Lawing. Kappa 
Sigma, Castonia; Pendergraft, Herbert S., Jr., Alpha Pi Omega, Chapel Hill; Perry, Alan R., Thela 
Chi. Charlotte; Perry, Carey Jones, Louisburg. • Fourth Roir: Phillips, E. Anne, Franklin: Phillips, 
Robert Lee. Chapel Hill: Phillips, Walter Everett, Wilson; Pillsbury, Richard Theodric, Jr., Delta 
Kappa Epsilon. Salisbury ; Pinnell, Frank Marshall, Henderson; Poindexter, John Edward, Burlington; 
Poindexter, William Doub, Jr.. Winston-Salem; Poland. Jean Cameron, Arlington, Va. • Fifth Row: 
Pooser, Francis Shingler, Lake Wales. Fla.: Pope, Anna Jane, Wallace; Pope, Emmett Judson. Jr., 
Sigma Chi, Mount Olive; Pope, Thad Harris. Jr.. Dunn: Poppleton, C. AUen, Sigma !\u, SummerviUe, 
S. C: Powell, Gilbert Egerlon. Greensboro: Pregnall, William Stuart, Charleston, S. C; Prescott, 
John Frederick, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Raleigh. • Sixth Roic: Preston, Herman Fenton. Jr., Delta 
Sigma Pi, Winston-Salem: Prince, Ronald Stanford, Tan Epsilon Phi, Atlanta, Ga.; Pritchard, 
Richard William. Tan Epsilon Phi, Wilson; Prouty. William Allen, Chi Phi, Media, Pa.; Pruitt, 
WiUiani Bruce, Sigma Chi. Anderson. S. C: Rabil, M. James, Alpha Kappa Psi, Weldon; Ra 
James Edward. Chi Psi. Woodsdale; Rankin, Thomas McCargo. ReidsviUe. 




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tint Kow: Kav. Clifford Mckinley. Jr., Chi Psi. Mebanc: Ransom, William Kav. Raleigh; Rankin. 
William Alexander, Jr., Beta Thela Pi, Reidsvillej Ransdell, Phillip Cliflon, Varina; Redding, Ben 
Grady, Marslon: Redding, Paul Nathan, Gastonia: Redman, Harold Withers, Leaksville; Reed, 
Barbara Lillian, Kappa Alpha Thela. St. Petersburg. Fla. • Second Ron.- Reese, Lucinda Jane, 
Asheville; Reese, Nancy Louise, Johnstown, Pa.: Reihel, Warren Dodd, Charlotte: Reichard, Carolyn 
Louise, Sigma Pi Alpha, Charlotte: Reichle, Neal W., Alpha Tau Omega, Durham; Restrepo, Lou 
Ann, Medellin, Colombia, South America; Riley, John Willard, lU, Thela Chi, Wilmington: Reynolds, 
Edward Celesta, Centralia, III. • Third Roiv: Rice, Charles Otis, High Point: Riddle, Joseph Iverson, 
Morganton; Ricrson, Charles Frederick, Jr., Phi Kappa Sigma, Phi Mu Alpha, Mount Airy: Rigg, 
Florence L., Crestwood. N. Y.; Ripple. Nancy Gordon. Winston-Salem: Ritchie, Henry J., Concord; 
Rhodarmer, Scotty Dean, Canton; Robertson, Julia, Greenville, S. C. • Fuiirlh Row: Rogers, Mary 
Elizabeth, Charlotte; Rook, Albion Earl, Roanoke Rapids; Rose, Betiv, Hcmingwav, S. C; Rose, 
Shelby; Rosser, Henry Thomas, Hamlet: Ro«e, Tonia. Burgaw; Rowland, Henry 
n,iamin, Lincolnton. • Fifth Roic: Ruffin, Lois Gayle, 
Albert, Alpha Phi Omega, Mars Hill; Russell, Elmon 
ell, Ernest Eugene. Raleigh; Samuel, Alvin B.. Thela Chi, 
n, Lumberton; Sears, Margaret Winborne, Raleigh; Seifert, 



James Ma 

Benton, Jr., Zebulon; Rudisill, Lawrence F 
Pi Beta Phi, Tunstall, Va.; Rumbough, Ro 
Shelton. Pi Kappa Phi, Albemarle: Ru 
Paragould, Ark.: Saunders, Eunice Jon 



Donald Clemens, Phi Gamma Delta. Phi Eta Sigma, Henderson. • Sixth Row: Selig, Betty Lou, 
Elizabeth City; Seligson, Ellen Joan. New York, N. Y.: Sewell, Oscar Charles, Wilmington: Scagnelli, 
Paul, Mt. Vernon, N. Y.; Scarlett, Bobby R., Hillsboro; Schaeffer, Mary McConnell, Tuscaloosa, Ala.; 
Schocppe, Bettv Jean, Pi Beta Phi. St. Petersburg. Fla.: Schwartz, Frank Richard, Tau Epsilon Phi, 
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Firu Roiv: Seism, Jack Lamar, Thela Chi, Pelham; Scovil, Rosemary, Greenville, S. C; Shanklin. 
Edith Conyers, Raleigh; Sharp, John Wilbur, Greensboro; ShaviU, Henry Harris, Pi Lamba Phi 
High Point: Shaw, Arnold Campbell, Jr., Asheville; Sheffield, Neal, Jr., Phi Kappa Sigma, Greensboro; 
hhevcov, Theodor, Stratford, Conn. • Second Roio: Shields, William Harry, Winston-Salem- Shives 
Ernest Randolph, Jr., Chi Phi, Lincolnton; Shotis, James Llovd, Chapel Hill; Shults Linda W ' 
Kappa Alpha Thela. Hornell, N. Y.; Sigman, Hal Cox, Alpha Kappa Psi, Greensboro- Simon Lewis 
Sol Zela Beta Tau, Augusta, Ga.; Simon, Lewis Scott, Jr., Charlotte; Simmons, Raymond Robinson, 
Delta Ps,, Lawrenceville, Va. • Third Ro.r: Sinclair, James A., Raeford; Sinclair, Neill Blue, Jr. 
Raeford; Smgleton, Edward Earl, Roxboro; Sloan, Sarah Jeanelle, Chapel Hill; Shosman, Benson 
Esur. Pi Lambda Phi, Asheville; Smith. Carl Ellington, Raleigh; Smith, Dorothy Rae, Charleston, 
W. Va.; Smith, Harry E., Sigma !\u. Lake Waccaniaw. • Fourth Rote: Smith, Nancy Jo, Hi"h Point- 
Smith. Linda Carolyn, Charlotte; Smith, Newlon Alexander. Davidson; Smith, Tommie EarL^Roanoke 
Rapids: Smith. \S iUiam Edward, Selma; Smithwick, John Washington Pearce, 11. Alphi Phi Omega, 
Sm.lnfield; Sneed, Jane Ann, Fort Pierce, Fla.; Snow, Martha Christine, Charlottesville, Va. • Fifth 
Ro,c: Sory, Anne Long, Palm Beach, Fla.; Southerland, Joseph Lewis, Jr., Henderson; Spaugh, Robert 
Arthur, Beta Thela Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Kappa Psi, Winston-Salem; Spillman, Ralph Philip 
Raleigh; Springs, Everett Yates, Mt. Holly: Stamer, Thomas F., Wilkes-Barre, Pa.- Stanley William 
Andrew, Chapel Hill; Stauffer. Dorothy Ann, Greenville, N. C. • Sixth Rote: Steed. Julia Boggs, Rich- 
lands; Steagall, James Gordon, Lambda Chi Alpha. Oxford; Stephenson, Wevmon Grant, Lillington- 
Stetson, Elizabeth, Delia Delta Delta, West Chester, Pa.; Stevens, Edward Amos, Chi Psi, Charlotte- 
Stewart. Alva Ware, Marshville; Storey, Lankford Morrow, Asheville: Stowe, John Calvin, Belmont 




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Firsl Roic: Slurdivanl, Arthur Normiiii, Durham; Strickland. Riley Dan, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Lenoir; 
Suessmuth, Ruth Marie, Wilson; Sully, Thomas Alfred, Jr., Beta Tliela Pi, Charlottesville, Va.; 
Summerlin, William Carroll, Dunn: Sutker, Stephen W., Pi Lambda Phi. Charlotte; Sutton, H. Bryan, 
Jr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Goldshoro; Tally, Billy Fair, Winston-Salem. • Second Row: Talley, William 
Bryan, Greensboro; Taylor, Bernard Monlross, Jr., Alpine, Teiin.; Taylor, Carroll Riehard, Asheville; 
Teague, Taylor O., Mooresville; Tharringlon, Leslie OIlie, Louisburg; Thomas, Richard Lowell, Phi 
Eta Sigma, Leaksville; Thomasson, Robert Lanier, Winston-Salem; Thurstone, Fredrick Louis, Chicago, 
III. • Third Row: Tickle, Howard Louis, Burlington; Tilson, Marjore Jeanne, Durham; Tinkham, 
Stanley Dean. Alpha Tau Omega, Washington, D. C; Tison, Ben Thompson, III, Sigma Chi, Char- 
lotte; Todd, Patricia Ann, Hopkinsville, Ky.; Trabue, Ann McDowell, Chi Delia Phi, Hopkinsville, 
Ky.; Trogdon, Francis King, Winston-Salem; Trowbridge, Sally Ann, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. • Fourth 
Row: Turner, Andrew James, Jr., Charlotte; Turner, James Edmond, Winston-Salem; Tutterow. 
Richard Leroy, Greensboro; Tuttle, Barbara Sue, Walnut Cove; Tyler, Bruce Wright, Chi Phi, 
Asheville; Upchurch. Frances Griffin. Monroe; Valentine. Itimous T., Phi Alpha Delta, Nashville; 
Vaughn, Donald Eugene, Gastonia. • Fifth Row: Vogler, Frederick Wright, Phi Eta Sigma, Burling- 
ton, Vt.: Von Oesen, John Averilt, Wilmington; Vuncannon, F. Darrell, High Point; Waggcr, Gerald 
Max, Pi Lambda Phi, Alpha Phi Omega. High Point; Wagner, Everett Louis, Chapel Hill; Waldock, 
Jean Elizabeth, Sandusky, Ohio; Walker, Johnny Ralph, Bessemer City; Walker, Joseph C, Jr., 
Houma, La. • Sixth Row: Walker, Joseph Warren, Charlotte: Wall, F. Barrv, Alpha Tan Omega. 
Washington, D. C: Wall, Jerry Duncan, Benson; Wallace, John Joseph, Sigma Chi. Elkins, W. Va.; 
Wallace. Robert Tyson, Phi Kappa Sigma, Baltimore, Md.; Waller, Edmund Meredith, Jr., Chi Pti, 
Honolulu, Hawaii; Walters, James Moffett, Durham: W ard, Marjorie L., Chi Omega. Arlington, Va. 



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First Row: Ware, Beverly IJ., Chi D^lla Phi, Clemson, S. C; Ware, William Graham, Jr., Phi Kappa 
Sigma, Burlington; Warren, Alvis Frederiek, Jr., Durham; Warren, James Edward, Roanoke Rapids; 
, Warren, Martha J., Lasker; Washam, Wisner MeCamev, Conelius; Washhurn, Jesse Hevwood, Jr., 
Sigma Chi, Phi Eta Sigma, High Point; Watkins, Joel Smith, Warren, Ark. • Second Row: Watling- 
ton, Bryan Turner, Reidsville; Watson, Eugene Ray, Charlotte; Watson, William Randolph, Kappa 
Alpha: Waters, David C, Phi Kappa Sigma, Cerniantown, Md.; Way, John Robert, Greensboro; 
Webb, Jane, Chapel Hill; Wharton, James Ashby, Jr., Pi Kappa Phi. Greensboro; Whiteley, Dixie 
Belle, Bronxvllle, N. Y. • Third Row: Whitley, Alexander Gray, Red Oak; Whitley, Robert Cullen, 
Raleigh: Whilford, Shirley, Washington; Whilty, Neta Holton, New Bern; Wilkins, Susan Frances, 
Sanford; Williams, Jabez Herring, Jr., Asheville; Williams, Rachel Carroll, Prospect Hill; Williams, 
Roger, Pollocksville. • Fourth Row: Williams, Thomas Jefferson, Monroe; Williams, Thurman Louis, 
Jr., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Winston-Salem; Williamson, Millard Mial, Raleigh; Williamson, William 
Holt, III, Sigma Chi, Charlotte; Williard, John Graham, Farmington; Williard, Patricia Grant, 
Mocksville; Wilmoth, Anne Elizabeth, Winston-Salem: Winslow, Paul Roberts, Raleigh. • Fifth Row: 
Wood, William Bainster, Alpha Phi Omega, Greensboro; Woodford, Melvin Joel, Alpha Phi Omega, 
Clemmons; Woodruff, Nancy Elizabeth, Nashville; Woolen, Thomas Myers, Jr., Beta Theta Pi, 
Fayetleville; Yarley, Dewey Hobson, Coats; Yelverton, Leon Jenkins, Rocky Mount; Young, Elizabeth 
Ross, Greenwood, S. C; Young, Harry Nelson, Alpha Phi Omega, Greensboro. • Sixth Row: Young, 
Ted Paisley, Winslon-Salem; Youiigblood, Kenneth Ray, Fletcher; Youngs, Cay Culbert, Chi Omega, 
Miami Shores, Fla.; Zink, H. Jay, Phi Kappa Sigma, Glendale, W. Va.; Zucker, Robert Louis, Tau 
Epsilon Phi, Raleigh; Quails, Tracy Carlton, Jr., HoUister. 



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EDDIE GROSS 
President 



JULIUS GREEN 

Treasurer 



OFFICERS 



DICK LACKEY 

y ice-Presidettt 



BETH LLOYD 
Secretary 



SUE AMBLER 
Social Chairman 



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First Rok: Ackerman, Roger William, Tau Epsilun 
Phi, Wallace; Adier, Thomas James, Alpha Tau 
Onipga, Leonia, IN. J.: Aldridge, Charles Malcolm, 
Kappa Alpha, Macon, Ga.: Alexander, Dedrich B., 
Alpha Tau Omega, Da>lona Beach, Fla.; Allen, 
Joseph Jelhro, Greensboro. 



Second Row: Allen, Norman Hanson, Greensboro; 
Ambler, Arthur Chase, Jr., Asheville; Anthony, 
Lyndon Ulysses, Greensboro; Arnold, Harry 
Hodges, Dover; Ballinger, Max Dewey, Guilford 
College. 



Third Row: Bane, Seymour, Zeta Beta Tau, Ra- 
leigh; Barber, Charles Raynor, Lambda Chi Alpha, 
Goldston; Barkley, Newton Buckner, Beta Theta 
Pi, New Orleans, La.; Barnes, Alexander Hall, Zeta 
Pii, Murfreesboro; Barrett, Hugh Martin, Burling- 
ton, 



Fourth Row: Battle, Gordon, Greensboro: Beard, 
William Ouinby, Jr., St. George, S. C; Beck, Grady 
Garrett, Burlington; Beck, William David, Stales- 
ville; Beeker, Ned Arthur, Asheboro. 



Fifth Row: Berry, Marvin Bryan, Asheville: Be 
hill, Jane Carol, Chapel Hill; Berryhill, Ja 
Collins, Charlotte; Bethune, William Freder 
Fuquay Springs; Black, Bob, Jr., Forest City. 



Sixth Row: Blackwood, Samuel Banks, Jr., Burling- 
ton: Bland, Wilbur Bryan, Charlotte; Blowe, 
Walter Thomas, Ahoskie; BIythe, Samuel LeGette, 
Beta Theta Pi, Huntersville; Boggan, Clayton 
Alexander, Jr., Pee Dee. 



Seventh Row: Bostian, Lloyd Russell, Raleigh; 
Bostian, Richard Lee, Raleigh; Bradshaw, Harvey 
Deakins, Greenville; Braxton, Al Joe, Scotland 
Neck; Breeden, Richard Thomas, Jr., Morganton. 



Eighth Rt,w: Brewer, James L., Jr., Asheville; 
Brooks, Henry Dwighl, Monroe; Brown, Harry 
Elton, Hillsboro; Brown, Michael Dillard, Ander- 
son, S. C; Brown, Robert Adrian, Robersonville. 



IMnth Row: Brown, William Credle, Wilson; 
Bruton, Oren Douglas, Kappa Sigma, Kinston; 
Bryant, Barry Wavne, Annapolis, Md.; Buckalew, 
Vardaman Moore, Jr., Mobile, Ala.; Bullard, John 
Moore, Charlotte. 




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First Ro,v: Bullock, William Riley, Jr., Bethel; 
Bunting, James B.. Alpha Tail Omega, Durham: 
Burrus, James H., Mooresboro: Butler, Charles 
Donald, Elizabeth City: Butts, Harold Thompson, 
Jr., Alpha Tau Omega. Ormond Beaeh, Fla.; 
Cahoon, Thomas Wahab, Swan Quarter. 



Second Roic: Cain, Charles Eugene, Alpha Phi 
Omega, Elizabethtown; Caldwell, Martha Belle, 
Pi Beta Phi, Chapel Hill: Camp, Ernest Clyde, Jr., 
Roanoke Rapids: Canrobert, Clarence William, Jr., 
Conover; Cauble, Martin Alexande:r, Winston- 
Salem: Caudle, Jon Thomas, Raleigh. 



Third Row: Cauley, Stephen William, Jr., Kinston; 
Carswell, Robert Wade, Mt. Airv: Cassas, Nicholas 
Andrew, Sigma .\u. New York, N. Y.; Chase, Paul 
Thorvald, Chapel Hill; Cheney. Paul Northcott, 
Salisbury: Citrini, Richard Joseph. Durham. 



Fourth Row: Clark, Neill Edwin, Fayetteville; 
Clarke, Clarence Straus, Lenoir; Clendenin, Kemp 
Cook, Sigma Chi. Greensboro: Cline, Robert Seitz, 
Hickory; Clodfelter, Harvey, Jr., Thomasville; 
Clontz, Luther Hall, ^lorganton. 



Fifth Roic: Clinard, David Marion, Winston-Salem; 
Cochran, William Ira, Jr., Alpha Tau Omega. Swan 
Quarter; Coe. William James, Greensboro: Cole- 
man. Wade Hampton, IIL Delta Kappa Epsilon, 
Alpha Phi Omega, Phi Eta Sigma. Arlington, Va; 
Collins, Raymond Davis, Sigma Chi, Myrtle Beaeh, 
S. C; Connelly, Robert Lee Green, Raleigh. 



Sixth Roic: Conner, Joel Dewitt, Chi Phi, Lincoln- 
ton; Cook, Thomas Eugene, Fayetteville; Cover, 
Curtis Coleman, Hagerstown, Md.; Covington. 
William Clvde, Jr., Phi Gamma Delta, Wagram; 
Cowell, Russell Sholar, Delia Psi, Rorkv Mount; 
Crater, James Bruce, Jr., Chi Psi, Raleigh. 



Seventh Row: Culbreth, Fay Hoyle, Spindal 
Curtis, Robert Edward, Marion; Cranford, Dwight 
Little, Albemarle: Crenser, Kenton Bowers, 
Gamma Delia, Avondale Estates, Ga.; Crocker. 
Nathan Thomas, Sigma I\u, Rocky Mount: Cron 
son, John Lewis, Pi Lambda Phi, New Rochelle 
N. Y. 



Eighth Row: Grouse, Farrell Rondall, 


Phi Eta 


Sigma, Penn's Grove, N. J.: Crowell, 


Gordon 


Cameron, Lincolnton; Dail, Joseph Ga 


ner, Jr., 


Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Phi Omega, 


Tarboro; 


Dameron, William Henrv, Kappa Sigm 


fl, Golds- 


boro; Daniels, Eugene O'Brian, Mer 


rv Hill; 


Dantzler, Bobby Webber, Burlington. 




Mnlh Row: Daughtridge, Robert Williar 


1, Rockv 


Mount; Davenport, James Frank, Jr. 


Kappa 


Sigma, Timmonsville, S. C: Davis. George 


Thomas, 


High Point; Davis, Michael Kav, Ft. La 


uderdale. 


Fla.; Davis, K. Carroll, Albemarle; Dij 


on, Guy 


Paul, Phi Kappa Sigma, Morehead City. 





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First Roic: Drew, Robert C, Trenton, Me.; Earley, 
Walter Jackson, Rockv Mount; Earnhardt, John 
Clifford, Jr., Chapel Hill; Eason, Leslie F., Snow 
Hill: Ebert, George Donald, Kernersville; Einstein, 
Arthur William, Jr., Zeta Beta Tau, State College, 



Second Rote: Ellington, Robert Norwood, Sigma 
Chi, Phi Eta Sigma, Burlington; England, Harold 
Franklin, Kings Mountain; English, Stephen 
Croom, Willard; Ennis, Llovd Burton, Phi Eta 
Sigma, Salisbury; Epps, Jerrv Floyd, Jr., Walhalla, 
S. C; Estes, Vallin Dayton, Jr., Raleigh. 



Third Row: Eubank, Luther Joseph, Jr., New 
Bern; Falls, William Harold, Lawndale; Farmer, 
Thomas Albert, Jr., Smithfield; Fearrington, E. 
Lindsay, Phi Gamma Delta, Winston-Salem; Fer- 
guson, George Wagoner, Pi Kappa Alpha, Char- 
lotte; Flowers, Jimmy Rogers, Clayton. 



Fourth Rote: Foster, Ralph O'Neil, Elon College; 
Fox, Robert M., Burlington; Fox, Thurston 
Alexander, Marion: Frazier, Thomas Howard, 
Sigma Chi, Winston-Salem; Freeman, Joseph 
Franklin, Jr., Greensboro: Friedman, Charles 
Arvah, Baltimore, Md. 



Fifth Roiv: Friedman, Bo!i Leonard, Pi Lambda 
Phi, Wilmington; Furlong, John Carter, Wilming- 
ton: Gauss, G. Edward, Jr., Zeta Pgi, Wilson: 
Gentry, James Earl, Roxboro; Gibbon, Robert 
Lardner, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Charlotte; Gibson, 
Robert James, U, Greensboro. 



Sixth Roio: Gleitz, Harold D., Phi Kappa Sigma, 
Jacksonville; Glenn, Chalmers Lanier, Badin; 
Goforth, Bobby Camp, Ruthcrfordton; Golightly, 
Horace Hugh, Jr., Charlotte: Gooding, Lewis 
Carlton, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Kinston; Gorham, 
Robert Diggs, Jr., Delta Kappa Epsilon, Rocky 
Mount. 



Seventh Rout: Grant, Vestal Adair, New Bern; 
Green, Julius Alpheus, Beta Theta Pi, Thomasville; 
Green, Marvin Leon, Durham; Gregory, Carl 
Reeves, Candler; Gresham, Alpheus Johnson, Jr., 
Durham; Griffin, Archie Lee, Monroe. 



Eighth Row: Grodsky, Leonard Herbert, Phi Eta 
Sigma, Tau Epsilon Phi, Durham; Groome, John 
Lewis, Faison; Gulledge, James Lee, Pi Kappa Phi, 
Moncks Corner, S. C; Gurley, Waller Dallas, Jr., 
Goldsboro; Gutierrez, Margaret Elizabeth, Chapel 
Hill; Habel, Marilyn, Alpha Delta Pi, Chapel Hill. 



Ninth Row: Haire, Eddie Eldridge, High Point; 
Haire, Edgar, Elizabethtown; Hall, Charles Wilmo, 
Roxboro: Hamby, George Walters, Salisbury: 
Hamilton, Donald James, Fairfield, Conn.; Hamil- 
ton, William Michael, Fairmont. 




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First Rotr: Hanes, John Jacob, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, Charlotte; Haney. James L., Clenwood: 
n. Gordon Albert, Chapel Hill: Harbin, Ned 
ev. Kappa Alpha, Winston-Salem; Harper, 
Did Williams, Elizabethtown: Harper, Thomas 
gate. Snow Hill. 



Second Rok: Harris, Arlen C, Sigma Chi, 
^'inston-Salem; Hart, Franklin Augustus, Quantico, 
Va.; Hart. Sidney Allen. Jr.. Kinston; Hartsell. 
Otis, Jr., Kannapolis; Hathcock. Bobby Garvin, 
Badin; Hauser, Richard Farrell, Winston-Salem. 



Third Row: Headlee, James Orndoff. Phi Mu 
Alpha. Asheville; Helms, John Robert, Albemarle; 
Helton, Charles Jerry, Vadkinville: Herbin, Rich- 
ard Wilson, Greensboro: Herring, Elbert Neal, 
Sigma Chi, Clinton; Hethcock, William Hoover, 
Thomasville. 



Fourth Row: Hickman, Eddie Powell, Pi Kappa 
Alpha, Enfield: Hicks, Buck Jones, Oxford; Hicks, 
Jim Fuller, Laurens, S. C; Higgins, Charles 
William, Jr.. Fairfax, Va.; Hill, Claiborne Thomas, 
Chapel Hill; Hill, Eugene David, Jr., Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, Winston-Salem. 



Fifth Ron: Hincks, Ruth E., Chapel Hill; Hincs, 
Robert Milton, Franklin; Holliday, Joseph Cary, 
Jr., Raleigh; Hollifield, Bert Edison, Bostic; 
Hollingsworth, John William, Alpha Tau Omega. 
Universitv Park, Md.; Holloway, James Howard, 
Traphill. 



Sixth Rotr: Holmes, Fred William, Wilmington: 
Holt, Andrew S., Ill, Phi Eta Sigma, Chapel Hill: 
Holt, Peggy Jane, Chapel Hill; Hood, Roger A., 
Chi Pti, Chestnut Hill, Pa.: Hook, Robert Franklin, 
Raleigh: Horton, Charles Wallace, Greensboro. 



Seventh Roic: Horrell, Reginald Sidney, Elon Col- 
lege; House, Walter Odesly, Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Tarboro; Houser, Dorothy Huntsinger, Gastonia; 
Howard, Wilev Perrv, Fuquav Springs; Hudgins, 
John Simeon, Sunbury; Humphrey, John Wheeler, 
Morehead Citv. 



Eighth Rou: Humphreys, Luther Wade, Jr., I 
leigh; Hunter, Frank Patterson, Jr., Warrentl 
Hutchins, Fred Strickland, Jr., Winston-Sale 
Ingle, John Robert, Silver City; Isaacson, Hei 
H.. Greensboro: James, Robert Wavne, Elkin. 



i\int/i Row: Jackson, Henry Clayton, Pi Kappa 
Alpha, Tarboro; Jackson, John Payne, Pahokee, 
Fla.; Jacobs, William Ralph, Jr., Sims; Jarrett, 
Charles Scott, Chapel Hill; Jenkins, G. Justice, 
Shelby: Jenkins, William Lynn. Ayden. 



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First Rote: Jenle, Katherine Elizabeth, Sigma 
Alpha Iota, Chapel Hill; Jernigan. Jerrv O'Dell, 
Dunn: Johnson, Charles M., Biscoe: Johnson, Law- 
ton Walker, Charlotte: Johnson, Thomas Milton, 
Clavton: Joyce, Samuel Irvin, Raleigh. 



Second Rote: Justus, Larrv Thomas, Dana: 1 
Bvron Stanley, Tau Epsilon Phi, Hendersoi 
Kane, Richard Eugene, Kappa Sigma, Wo 
Ohio: Kelley, John Lawrence, Sharpsville, 
Kelly, James Craven, Sigma ]\u. Albemarle: 
dall. James E., Charlotte. 



Third Koir: King, Norma Evelyn, Chapel Hill: 
King, William Ward, Beaufort: Kingsbury, Roger 
Atkinson, III, Alpha Tau Omega, Washington, 
D. C: Kynock, Ralph Kirkland. Roxboro: Lam- 
pert, Ronald M.. Zeta Beta Tau, Long Beach, N. Y.: 
Latham, Joseph R., Jr., New Bern. 



Fourth Roic: Lawrence, Michael Thomas, Charlotte: 
LeCompte, Lamar Campbell, Jr., Asheville: LeCroy, 
Tommy, Nashville: Lee, John Winstead, Thela Chi, 
Rocky Mount: Leggett, Carl Lee, Kenlv; Lennon, 
Merwyn C, Anderson, S. C. 



Fifth Ro,c: Leonard, Robert Cowan, Lambda Chi 
Alpha, Charlotte: Lerner, Sammy, Pi Lambda Phi. 
Lincolnton: Lester, Ralph Robert, Jr.. Burlington: 
Levin, Ronny Frank, Tau Epsilon Phi, Phi Eta 
Sigma, Williamston: Levine, Alvin Ellis, Tau 
Epsilon Phi, Rockingham: Lindsev, Thomas El- 
more, Sigma Phi Epsilon. Great Neck, N. Y. 



Sixth Row: Little, Don Jay, Charlotte: Little, 
William Norris, Charlotte: Littlejohn, William 
Lawrence, Jr., Sigma Phi Epnilon. Morganton; 
Lloyd, Thomas H., Jr., Chapel Hill: Long, Walter 
Nathaniel, Jr., Belmont: Lorimer, William Hewet- 
son, Jr., Burlington. 



Seventh Roic: Lowet, Henry A., Alpha Phi Omega. 
Winston-Salem: Luckey, William Lee, Charlotte: 
Lynn, Clabe Webster, Jr., Petersburg, Va.; Lyon, 
Gene Fleming, Phi Gamma Delta. Rockv Mount: 
Lyon, Herman Trevilian, Alpha Phi Omega, Dur- 
ham: McAllister, John Malcolm, Raleigh. 




Eighth Rote: McCall, Thomas Culbreth, Stedman: 
McCleneghan, Frank Alexander, Charlotte: Mc- 
Craw, Carl Greaves, Jr., Sigma Chi, Charlotte: 
McDonald, Thomas Carter, Phi Eta Sigma, Lith- 
onia, Ga.: McLendon, John Aycock, Beta Theta Pi, 
Greensboro; McMahon, Gerald Thomas, Asheville. 



Mnth Ro,c: McMillan, John Alexander, Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon, Charlotte: McNinch, Sam Sylvaus, 
Charlotte: Mack, Charles Lewis, Mooresville; Macy, 
Charles T., Morehead City: Mangum, Lonnie 
Wyatt, Jr., Creedmoor: Manos, John C, Asheville. 




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Firtt Row: Matthews, Wade Bynum, Winston- 
Salem; May, Robert Glenn, Thomasvllle; Marbry, 
Don Lee, Badin; Marger, Bruce, Alpha Phi Omega, 
Phi Eta Sigma, Coral Gables, Fla.: Martin, William 
James, Wilmington; Mason, William Russell, New 
Bern. 



Second Row: Mattox, Frederick Taylor, Sigma Phi 
Epsilon. Smithfield; Mauldin, Thomas Watts, High 
Point: Maynard, James Waller, Phi Camma Delia, 
Phi Ela Sigma, Delia Phi Alpha. Burlington: 
Mewborn, Ancel Clyde, La Grange: Mewborn, John 
M., Snow Hill: Middleton, John Robert, Phi Kappa 
Sigma, Winston-Salem. 



Third Roir: Miller, Billy Wilson, Morganton; Mills, 
Frank Fetzer, Phi Kappa Sigma, Wadesboro; 
Mitchell, Donald Edward, Ahoskie; Mitchell, Ed- 
ward Lee, Goldsboro; Mitchell, Roy Shepard, Jr., 
Chatham, Va.: Moehlmann, Joel, Alpha Tau 
Omega, Richland, Pa. 



Fourth Roio: MoiT, Jerome William, Pi Lambda 
Phi. Burlington: Molen, Robert Nelson, Greens- 
boro; Montgomery, James A., Jacksonville. Fla.; 
Mooney, Bruce Romulas, Timber Lake: Moore, 
Mack Allen, Jr.. Wilmington; Moore, Grover 
William, Burlington. 



Fifth Roic: Moore, Roy Neal, Raleigh; Moore, 
Victor Bailey, Jr., Phi Ela Sigma, Durham; Mor- 
ton, Calvin Luther. Jr., Albemarle; Moser, Buell 
Edward, Burlington: Mosier. Joe L., Chattanooga, 
Tenn.; Mountcastle, George Coan, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, Winston-Salem. 



Sixth Row: Mundy, John R., Henderson; Murad, 
Joseph Louis, Wilson; Murphy, Gene Gilbert, 
Sigma !\u. Greensboro; Murray, Henry Vaughn, 
Kappa Alpha. Burlington: Myers, Kenneth M., Tau 
Epsilon Phi, Miami, Fla.; Nance, Mrs. Nancy 
Carol, Fair Bluff. 



Serenlh Row: Neighbors, William Kenneth. Jr., 
Benson; Nethery, Paul Arnold, Madison: Nixon, 
Demetrios Theo, Charlotte: Noland, Jesse Virgil, 
Jr., Asheville; Noneman, Walter Lewis, Phi Gamma 
Delta, Raleigh; Novit, Mitchell Sheldon, Zeta Beta 
Tau, ^ alterboro. 



Eighth Row: Oglesby, Harold Franklin, Lambda 
Chi Alpha, Kinston; Oliver, Billy Reid, Raleigh; 
O'Neal, Wallace W., Creedmoor; Padgette, Mar- 
garet Howard, Chapel Hill; Palton, Charles 
Douglas, Charlotte; Parish, Joe Garvey, Sumter, 

s. c. 



Vint/i Roir: Parker, Gerald Corbett, Silverdale; 
Parnell, Thomas Alfred, Lumberton; Patterson, 
Archibald Lritch, Maxton; Patterson, John Rich- 
ard, Beta Theta Pi. Greensboro; Pawlik, Harry, 
Albemarle; Pearsall, Harry S., Zeto Pgi, Rocky 
Mount. 



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First Rote: Peck, Robert Brantley, Concord; 
Peddycord, John William, Winston-Salem; Phillips, 
Charles Wiley, Jr., Sigma Chi, Greensboro; Phil- 
lips, Harry Herman, Greensboro; Phillips, Walter 
Ray, Hendersonville; Phipps, Joseph William, 
Salisbury. 



Second Rote: Pomeroy, Edwin Roberts, Monticello, 
Ark.; Pope, Robert Maynard. Jr., Roanoke Rapids; 
Potts, Jerry N., Franklin; Pridgen, Edmund Wal- 
lace, Wilson; Prince, David Vernon, WhiteviUe; 
Pritchett, James Ronald, Creswell. 



Third Row: Prugh, John Lawrence, Charlotte; 
Pruss, Barry Gordon, Lambda Chi Alpha, Scotch 
Plains, N. J.; Pugh, Raeford Theodore, Asheboro; 
Rader, Daniel Welmore, Burlington; Randall, 
Robert Noble, Lincolnton; Rathert, Burton Stewart, 
Jr., Winston-Salem. 



Fourth Rotp; Ray, Jame 
Aubrey Wilford, Leaks 
New Bern; Reid, Dai 
John Luther, Salisbury 
Canton. 



s S, L,, Charlotte; Redmon, 

i-ille; Register, Marvin D., 

iel, Raleigh; Rendleman, 

Rhea, William Hampton, 



Fifth Roio: Ricks, Garland S., Conway; Ridge, 
Jerrold Alison, Pi Kappa Phi, Norfolk, Va.; Ritch, 
William Clyde. Jr., Greensboro: Roberts, Franz 
Joseph, Hillsboro; Roberts, John Mason, Hillsboro; 
Roberts, LeRoy Jennings, Atkinson. 



Sixth Row: Roberts, NeiU Alexander, FairHeld; 
Roberson, Nathan Russell, Jr., Robersonville; 
Robertson, Jenks Mikell, Phi Eta Sigma, Charlotte; 
Robinson, Jack Richard, Valdese; Rodenbough, 
Charles Dyson, Kappa Alpha, Walnut Cove; Rose, 
Elliott Martin, Tau Epsilon Phi, Durham. 



Serenth Row: Rose, Sara Williams, Chapel Hill; 
Rosenthal, Eugene Philip, Pi Lambda Phi, Phi 
Eta Sigma, Miami Beach, Fla.; Rowe, Arthur R., 
Aberdeen; Rowe, David, Hyattsville, Md.; Rudisill, 
Bobby Andrew, Asheville; Ruety, Jerry D., Salis- 



Eighth Row: Ruffin, William Haywood, Jr., Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon, Durham; Ryon, Dale Sanford, Ashe- 
ville; Sattertield, Neil B., Chi Phi, Atlanta, Ga.; 
Sampson, Herman Arthur, Jr., Greensboro; Samuel, 
D. G., Jr., Winston-Salem; Sawver, Charles Judson, 
Phi Gamma Delta, Windsor. 



Mnlh Row: Sawyer, John Richard, Burlington; 
Scarborough, William Kauffman, Annapolis, Md.; 
Schenck, James Simpson, III, Delta Kappa Epsilon, 
Greensboro; Schild, Arnold Frederick, Tau Epsilon 
Phi, Conway, S. C; Schrader, Robert Emanuel, 
Charlotte; Schroeder, Peter Brett, Silver Spring, 
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FirtI Row: Schwartz, Melvin Jay, Tau Ep$ilon Phi, 
Wilmington; Scott, Charles Prioleau, Kappa Sigma, 
Graham; Seaman, Peter George, Jr., Alpha Tau 
Omega, Warrenton; Sears, Napoleon Forest, Jr., 
Scranton; Sherrill, N. Webb, Sigma Alpha Eptilon. 
Bloomfield, N. J.; Sherrv, Donald Jav, Hartford, 
Conn. 



Second Roic: Shields, Julia Elizabeth, Chapel Hill; 
Shore, Ernie G., Jr., Sigma Chi, Winston-Salem; 
Showfetv, Raymond Richard, Greensboro; Sibley, 
Tommy Edward, Phi ^tu Alpha, Albemarle; Sides, 
Martin Ray, Concord; Silver, Don Jerome, High 
Point. 



Third Row: Silvers, Jack Everelte, Black Mountain; 
Simmons, Robert Clark, Fairfield; Skidmore, Bob- 
by G., Charlotte; Skillen, Robert LeRoy, Durham; 
siuder, Gary Adkins, Leicester; Srochi, Alan 
Bernard, Zela Beta Tau, Atlanta, Ga. 



four//i Roic: Smethurst, Wood, Alpha Tau Omega, 
Raleigh; Smith, Charlie James, Jr., Raleigh; Smith, 
George Franklin, Jr., New Bern; Smith, Stanley 
Robert, Sigma /Vu, Virginia Beach, Va.; Smith, 
Zebulon Vance, Jr., Concord; Southern, Lewis 
Martin, Kernersville. 



Fifth Row: Spangler, Clemmie Dison, Jr., Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon, Charlotte; Sparrow, Sidney Thomas, 
Chapel Hill; Stacy, Robert Pinckney, Jr., Hartford, 
Conn.; Starr, Harold Moses, Zeta Beta Tau. Jersey 
City, N. J.; Stearns, Clyde Casey, Jr., Conover; 
Steele, Ted Charles, Jr., Sumter, S. C. 



Sixth Row: Stephens, Carl Dixon, Lumberton; 
Stockard, John Roger, Greensboro; Stoltz, Walter 
Alexander, Rural Hall; Stone, James Cecil, Lum- 
berton; Story, William Robert, Wilkesboro; 
Stoughton, John Eliot, Kappa Sigma, Raleigh. 



Seventh Row: Stout, Charles Walter, High Point; 
Stubbs, Campbell Lawrence, II, Phi Delta Thela. 
Sumter, S. C; Sturm, Milton Stanley, Jr., Beta 
Theta Pi, Greensboro; Strange, Charles Gilbert, 
Jr., Burlington; Strauss, Alfred Carmichael, Pi 
Kappa Phi, TenaHy, N. J.; Street, Lucy Ann, Delta 
Delta Delta. Chapel Hill. 



Eighth Row: Sirause, Samuel L., Tau Epsilon Phi. 
Fort Mill, S. C; Strickland, George Wier, Liberty; 
Sugg, Winfred Lindley, Snow Hill; Surratt, Carlos 
Paul, Toast; Swann, Allen Stokes, Pelham; 
Sweeney, John H., Wilmington. 



IMnth Row: Sylvester, Leon W., Jr., Richlands; 
Tallv, William Parham, Angier; Tanner, Eugene 
Simpson, Jr., Rutherfordton: Taylor, Gordon Cox, 
Richlands; Taylor, John Edmund Cecil, Phi Eta 
Sigma. Wheeling, W. Va.; Taylor, Richard LeRoy, 
Phi Eta Sigma. Raleigh. 



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1952 



First Row: Teeter, James Arthur, Jr., Concord: 
Temple, Joseph Alton, Jr., Sebna: Temple, 
William Roberts. Elizabeth Cilv; Tesler, Stanlev 
Arnold. Favettevillc; Tighe. William Yancey, Balti- 
more, iMd.; Timberlake, Casper Hill, Sigma Chi, 
Lexington. 



Second Row: Tise, Donald Gray, Clemmons; 
Theiling, Herbert Bernard, Jr., Charlotte; Thomp- 
son, Emmett S., Phi Eta Sigma. Coldsboro; Thomp- 
son. J. Jid, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Decatur, Ga.; 
Thompson. Robert Rider, Thela Chi. Beaufort: 
Thompson, Wesley Adolphus. Jr.. Winston-Salem. 



Third Row: Toledano, Ben Casanas, New Orleans, 
La.: Townsend, Thatcher L., Jr., Beta Theta Pi. 
Greensboro; Tyson, Oscar Lee, Jr., Wilson: Veach. 
Everett Kermit, Scotland INeck: Vinson, Rav Wil- 
liams, Ahoskie; Waddell, Donald Ritchie, Concord. 



Fourth Kotc: Walker, Willard Irving, Delta Psi, 
Phi Eta Sigma, Charlottesville, Va.; Warren, James 
Rufus. North Charleston, S. C; Waters, Roy 
Thomas, Morganton; Watson, Aubrey Clyde. Bear 
Creek: Wayne, Herbert Monteith, Jr., Charlotte; 
Waynick, Thomas Albert, Greensboro. 



Fifth Row: Weatherlv, James Neil, Jr., George- 
town, S. C: Webb. James, Jr., Alpha Tau Omega, 
Hillsboro: Welch, Earl Parks, Jr., Winston Salem; 
Wells. Kenneth Maxie. Jr., Fayettevillc; Wettach, 
John Theodore, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Chapel Hill; 
Whaley, William Grandv. Jr., Elizabeth Citv. 



Sixth Row: While, James Redmond, Carolina 
Beach: White, James Samuel, Statesville; White, 
Michael Macushia, Lumberton: Whilton. James G., 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Larchmonl. N. Y.: Widoff. 
Duke. Deerfield, 111.: Wilkes, James Thomas, Har- 
vev. III. 



Seventh Row: Wilkinson, Jim Thomas, Jr.. Scot- 
land Neck; Wilks, Winton George, Pi Kappa Phi. 
Richmojid, Va.: Williams, James Donald, Ashcville: 
Williams, S. Paul. Wilmington; Williamson, Ben- 
jamin Robert, Raleigh; Wilson, Samuel Bright, 
Jr., Shelby. 



Eighth Ron: Wilson, William Alexander, Raleigh; 
Wimbish, Charles Thomas. Stoneville: Wolf- 
sheimer, Louis M., Zeta Beta Tau. Baltimore, Md.: 
Wood. Matthew Thomas, Enfield: Woods, Lemuel 
Phillips, Jr., Tampa, Fla.; Wooten, Dal Floyd, 
Kinston. 



Mnlh Row: Wrenn. \S illiam James. Jr.. Hillsboro; 
Wright. Robert Lee. Phi Delta Theta. Charlotte; 
Yates, Charles William, Burlington; Yelverton, 
Charles Herbert, Smithfield; Younts, James Ronald, 
High Point; Zuckerman, William Ellis, Tau Epsilon 
Phi, Greensboro. 




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FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICEKS 
First Row: James (Slug) Claiborne, President; Rosemary 
Orinand, Secretary • Second Row: Tom Creasy, Vice- 
President; Donna Blair, Social Chairman; Jay Alexander, 
Treasurer. 



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First Row: Abernathy, Don Earnest, West Palm Beach, 
Fla.: Acker, Carl Ravmond, Jr., Laurinburg: Adding- 
ton, Larrv Holbrooli, Asheville: Adelsheim, Richard 
Niles, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Aiken, Walter Jeff, Rowland; 
Alala, Joseph Basil. Jr., Greensboro. 



Second Rote: Alexander, Jay IVlarvin, Trenton, N. J.; 
Alexander, Richard Jack, Trenton, >'. J.: Allen, Hoylc 
Reece, Oakboro; Allen, Oscar Rudolph, Ash; Alligood, 
Bruce Tyndall, Washington; Almond, Robert Arden, 
Albemarie. 



Third Row: Aman, John Dennis, Greenville; Ander- 
son, IVIary, Durham; Andrews, Clinton Toms, Jr., 
Hickory; Angell, Donald Gray, Winston-Salem; Annas, 
Lovd L., Rutherford College; Arledge, Jerrv Monroe, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Fourth Row: Armstrong, Darrell Franklin, Roanoke 
Rapids; Armstrong, James B., Lowell; Arnold, William 
Mallov, Jr., Sanford; Arwood, Earl Stanley, Burling- 
ton; Ayscue, Edwin Osborne, Jr., Monroe; Bader, 
Allen Louis, Louisville, Ky. 



Fifth Row: Bailey, Arthur Mi 
Bafford, Joe Edmonds, Lexingto 
Marie, Carrboro; Barden, Robert J( 
Barkley, Karl Lee, Raleigh; Barlov 
Lenoir. 



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Robert Chester, 



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Sixth Row: Barnes, James Lucas, Jr., Wils 
William Edwin, Jr., Wilson; Barnhill, James Harry 
Plymouth; Barrus, Alban Kingsley. Kinston: Bass 
Arch Lewis, Jr., Durham; Baynes, Lacy Gilmer 
Greensboro. 



Seventh Row: Beam, David Rozier, Shelby; Beam. 
Everette Eugene, Shelby; Beam, Lewis Ray, Bessemer 
City; Beamer, Arthur Franklin, Ml. Airy; Beatty, 
Neill McLaurin, Elizabethtown; Bell, Darwin L., 
Statesville. 



Eighth Row: Bell, Robert Fowler, Washington; Belton 
Joseph Edward, Winston-Salem; Benison, Charles Ray 
Mount Airy; Berger, Martin Allen, New York, N. Y.i 
Blackwood, Sam J., Chapel Hill; Blair, Donna Lee 
Winston-Salem. 



Ninth Row: Blake, James Fred, Hillsboro; Blanton, 
Eugene Blair, Gastonia; Blaylock, Sara Catherine, 
New Bern; Block, Peter Harold, Pittsburgh, Pa.; 
Blount, John Myers, HI, kannapolis: Bodenheimer, 
David Carlyle, Burlington. 



Tenth Row: Boice. Wilbur Malcolm, Jr., Whiteville; 
Bolden, Donald Eugene, Burlington: Bondurant, Mar- 
fin Vernon, Rcidsville; Rose, Purabi, Chapel Hill; 
Boslian, Philip Eddlener, Landis; Brandon, William 
\ndrew, Wilson. 





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Second Rotp: Brooks, Cvrus Lee, High Point: Brown, Ernest Charles, 
Greensboro; Brown, Kenneth Wiley, Chapel Hill; Brown, Theo- 
dore Cecil, Raleigh; Brown, Thomas E., Rock Hill, S. C: Brown, 
Wavne Gillingham, Philadelphia, Pa.: Browne, Herbert Howard, Jr., 
Columbia, S. C: Browning, Annie Marie, Bryson City; Brumley, 
Seth Vernon, Jr., Stalesville. 



Fiflh Row: Bvers. Richard Anders, Shelbv; Bvrd, Nyles Austin, 
Sanford; Callihan, Herbert Aldon, FayetteviUe; Calvert, William 
Morse, Norfolk, Va.: Cameron, Bradley James, Winston-Salem; 
Campbell, Jerry Austin, Taylorsville; Canaday, Maurice Lewis, Four 
Oaks; Cantieri, Tom, Lynchburg, Va.; Capps, James Spencer, 
Rockv Mount. 



Third Roir: Brummitt, Russell Elliott, Henderson; Bruton, Alvis 
Bobby, Mt. Gilead; Bryant. Alfred S., Durham: Bryant, John 
Walden, Spartanburg, S. C; Buckner, John Herbert, Greensboro: 
Buie, Marion C, FayetteviUe: Bunch, Elbert Rosser, Tyner; Bunch, 
John Herman, Jr., Clinton: Burbridge, Clinton Henry, Jacksonville, 
Fla. 



.Si.rJ/i Koir: Capps, Ronald Emmett, Rocky Mount: Carroll, Philip 
Edward. Reidsville: Carroll, Ralph Norwood, Jr., Raleigh; Gates, 
Stalcy Thruston, Macon, Ga.; Chandler, Lynn Fage, Morrisville; 
Chapman, Hugh McMaster, Spartanburg, S. C: Claiborne, James 
W., Charlotte; Clark, William Grimes, Tarboro: Clause, William 
Clarence, Jr., Sanford, Fla. 




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1952 



First Row: Clemeiil, Edward Henry, Salisbury; Clemmons, Donald 
Owen, Greensboro: Clemmons. Roland Elbert, New Orleans, La.; 
Clinard, Lorenza Theodore, Clemmons; Cobb, Harman, Jr., Atlanta, 
Ga.; Coble, Floyd Garland, Jr., Greensboro: Cochrane, Robert 
Sharpe, Laurinburg; Colbert, Robert Stephen, Washington, D. C; 
Cole, John Willard, Oak Park, III. 



Fourth Row; Crouch, Ja 



Garland, Jr., Midway Park; Croxlon, 



Richard Archer, Jr 
boro; Cuddy, Jame 
ville; Daniel, S. Ai 
Daniels, John Willi 
ville. 



ille. Va.; Crumplon, James Slade, Rox- 
Walker, Durham; Curtis, Robert C, Fayette- 
ne, Durham; Daniels, Edgar Foster, Raleigh; 
m, Asheville; Daniels, William Simeon, James- 



Second Row: Collins, Ben Kenneth, Hillsboro; Collins, Richard 
Ambrose, Myrtle Beach, S. C; Colvard, Patsy Proctor, Durham; 
Connell, Charles Avery, Raeford; Converse, Walter C, Spartanburg, 
S. C; Cooper, Donald Hamilton, Jr., Alexandria, Va.; Coor, Vinton 
Kermit, Selma; Copeland, Cuthberl Malcolm, Tyner; Corbett, 
Patricia Anne, Swansboro. 



Fifth Ro 



Da 



, Carl, 111, Orlando, Fla.; Davis, Betle L., Morgan- 



ton; Dawson, Robert William, Rego Park. N. Y.; Deane, Henry 
Thomas, Albemarle; Dees, Franklin Elliott, Bayboro; Deviney, 
Robert Otis, Spindale; Diamond, Benjamin Arnold, Charlotte; 
Dinkins, Benjamin Harrison, Yadkinville; Dittmar. John Eraser, 
Jacksonville, Fla. 



Third Rote: Covington, Ben McLauchlin, Wadesboro; Cowell, Horace 



B., Washington; Cox, James Grego 
ward Kochtitzky, Winston-Salem; Cr( 
Va.; Creech, Mack Richardson, W 
Winston-Salem; Crittenden, Charles 
Max Henry, Jr., Asheville. 



y, Greensboro; Crawford, Ed- 
asy, Thomas Claiborne, Gretna, 
endell: Crews, James Philip, 
Christopher. Raleigh; Crohn, 



Sixth Row: Dixon, Johnny Rufus, Lexington; Dixon, Sterling Gray, 
Davis; Dixon, Wyatt Thomas, Durham; Dodson, Glenn Douglas, 
Jr., Lumberton; Dodson, Jesse Richard, Burlington; Donnell, Sam 
Howe, Jr., Goldsboro; Driver, Edward Lee, Selma; DuBosc, John 
McNeely, Chapel Hill; Duncan, Patrick Henry, Ararat, Va. 





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First Roic: Eberle, Robert K., Asheville; Edwards, 
Jack, Miami Beach. Fla.; Edwards, Virginia Dare, 
Durham; Efird, James Frank. Albemarle: Ellenwood, 
Charles Arthur, Ft. Wavne. Ind.; Elliott, David Robert, 
Asheboro. 



Second Roic: Elliott, Donald Jackson, Shelbv; Elliott, 
William. Jacksonville. Fla.; Emory. Samuel Thomas, 
Chapel Hill; Etheridge. Richard Winston. Bailey; 
Eure. Linwood W.. Chapel Hill; Evans. Andre, 
Ahoskie. 



Third Roic: Evans, Charles Kelly, Boardman: Everton, 
Bob. Columbia; Farmer. Robert Leon, Smithfield; 
Farrell, W. Hal, Jr., Graham; Ferrell, Raleigh James, 
Dunbar, W. Va.; Fetzer, William Douglas, Rocky 
River, Ohio. 



Fourth Roic: Fincannon, Arthur Douglas, Enka; Finch, 
James Phillips, Richmond, Va.; Fisher, Otis Norwood, 
Bladenboro; Filch, Roy Bernice, Jr.. Chapel Hill; 
Flake. Robert Cockman, Rockingham; Fleishman, 
Joel Lawrence, Fayelteville. 



Fifth Row: Fleming, Robert Lee, Yadkinville; Flini 
George Hamilton, East Hampton, N. V.; Flower 
Billy Roderick. Clavlon; Forester, Gordon, Jr., Wilke 
boro; Fowler, Henry Lee, Mt. Holly; Fox, James Pas 
Charlotte. 



Sixth Row: Froneberger. Pinkney Carroll. Jr., Gas- 
tonia; Furches, James Johnson, Winslon-Salem: Furr, 
Carl Augustus. Concord; Futch. David Gardner. Mon- 
roe; Garbisah, Edgar William, Jr., Cambridge, Md.: 
Garner, William Darrell, High Point. 



Seventh Row: Geiger, Don Weng, Tampa, Fla.; 
Geitner, George Harvey, Hickory; Gentry, James 
Franklin, Forest Cilv; Gibson, Sam Bryce, High Point; 
Gift, Roy Irwin, Raleigh; Gilbert, Charles Franklin, 
Benson. 



Eighth Row: Giles, Franklin Deland, Chapel Hill; 
Giles, John Burke, Lexington; Gill, Newell Thomas, 
Winslon-Salem; Gladstone, H. Nelson, Winston-Salem; 
Glover, Irving T., Wilmington; Golding, J. C, Low 
Gap. 



Ninth Row: Goldstein, Donald Matthew, Norfolk, Va.; 
Goldstein. Jerrj Daniel, Greensboro; Gonella, John 
Felix, Jr.. Franklinton; Goodman. Al Jack, Jr.. Ashe- 
ville; Goodman. Ronald Byrd, Charlotte; Goodwin, 
Betty Genevieve, Valdosta, Ga. 



Tenth Row: Grady, Earle Keith, Lancaster, S. C; 
Gray. Carroll Osborn, Amagansett, N. Y.; Gray, 
Heiskell Rea, Suitland, Md.; Greene, William Marion, 
Robersonville; Greenway, John Wannamaker, Jr., 
High Point; Grimes, Bobby Sutton, Rocky Mount. 



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1952 



First Rote: Crindstaff, Borce Fred, Forest City; Gum- 
pert, Peter, Asheville: Gunter, Eugene Burke, Jr., 
Hamlet: Guthrie, Riehard Edward, Jr., Winslon-Salem: 
Gwvnn, John Alinor, Jr., Chapel Hill; Hadlow, Harold 
David, Roekv Mount. 



Second Roic: Hafer, Frederiek E., Hickory; Hamlet, 
Swayn Gray, Reidsville: Hammer, Fred Kirby, Taylors- 
ville; Hamriek, Frederiek Delmar, Rutherfordton; 
Harden, Charles Willis, Greensboro; Harder, Jon 
Shannon, Greensboro. 


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Edwar 
PIvmo 
Harris 
Philip 


Rote: Harding, William M., 
d Hooper, Wadesboro; Hardiso 
uth: Harrall, Richard Frankli 
, Carl Roger, Pilot Mountain: 
, High Point. 


Cana; Hardison, 
.n, Wesley Jewel, 
n, Towson, Md.: 
1 Harris, Donald 



Fourth Rote: Harris, Frank Meelze, Lincolnton; Harris, 
George Baxter, Hickorv; Harris, Harvie Max, Garvs- 
burg: Harris, James A., Jr., Greenville, S. C; Harris, 
Richard Lawrence, High Point; Harrison, Edward 
iNelson, Eagle Springs. 



Fifth Row: Hart, James Larrv, Clemmons; Havden, 
Thomas Epting, Columbia, S. C; Haves, Johnnv 
Green, Hampton, Va.; Haynsworth, Hugh Charles, 
111, Sumter, S. C; Heath, Robert Winship, Chapel 
Hill; Hedgpeth, Benjamin Carroll, Henderson. 



Sixth Rote: He 


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irren, Baltim 


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Heinz, George 


Albert 


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>n, StatesviUc 


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James Benjam 


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Henley, Robert 


Alan, 


Raleigh. 












Seventh Row: 


Henni 


s, Hugh L 


inwood, Jr., 


Mt. 


Airy; 


Henry, Frank 


Leon 


idas, Fran 


iklin; Hicks, 


Ri 


chard 


Henderson, Fr 


anklin 


Ion; Higgi 


nbotham, R< 


>bert 


Saf- 


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Higgi 


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Hill, 



Charles Willii 



Lexingto 



Eighth Roic: Hilton, Charles Laroy, Hickory; Hinnant, 
Renfrew Smith, Lucama: Hilchings, Horace Edgar, 
Jr., Raleigh: Holcomb, Truman Thomas, Jr., Winston- 
Salem; Holford, William Henrv, Wilson: Holt, Doris 
B., Chapel Hill. 



Ninth Roiv: Holt, Glendale Bowen, Erwin; Holt, 
Walter Curtis, Stoneville; Hon, Trucman Louis, 
Fayetteville: Hood, John J., Jr., Lumberton; Hoover, 
Thomas Henry, Jr., Charlotte: Hopkins, Edmund 
Baxter, Winston-Salem. 



Tenth Rote: Horner, Bill Bowen, Southern Pines; 
Houck, Charles Weston, Florence, S. C; Howard, 
Kenneth Van, Reidsville: Howard, Willard Mu 
Jr., Kannapolis; Howell, Leonard James, Oakbo 
Hoyle, Richard Alvin, Lincolnton. 



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First Row: Hovl, Charles Taylor, Jr., Wasliinglon; Hubbard, Robert 
LeRov, Washington, D. C; Hudson, Blake P., Kings Mountain: 
Huev, Joseph Michael, Mt. Gilead; Huff, William Thomas, Char- 
lotte: Humphrey, Liston W., Jr., Wilmington: Hurler, John William, 
Littleton: Husbiiids, Herman Hamihon, Chapel Hill; Huss, Gloria, 
Thomasville. 



Fourth Row: Johnson. Alan Francis, Jamestown: Johnson, Edgar 
Marvin, Raleigh; Johnson, Edward Page, Rocky Mount; Johnson, 
Edward Stokes, Chapel Hill: Johnson, Joab Frederick, Burgaw; 
Johnson, Joseph Allen, Avden; Johnson, Sherrill Hooks, Smithfield; 
Johnson, William Roderick, Greensboro; Johnston, Bennie McBane, 
Graham. 



Second Row: Huss, Gwenlyn, Thomasville; Hyatt, Robert Perry, 
Cherokee; Hylton, Jane Ramelle, High Point; Ingle, Jerome Silas, 
Jr., Maiden; Ingle, William Paul, Winslon-Salem; Ingram, Camp- 
bell Blake, Asheville; Ingram, Samuel Talmage, Sanford; Irvin, 
James Morrison, Midland; Irvin, John Lafayette, Greensboro. 



Fifth Row: Johnston, Harry Lee, Jr., Concord: Jones, Franklin Lee, 
Littleton; Jones, Floyd, Jr., Durham; Jones, John Paul, Concord; 
Jones, Newton Stuart, Winston-Salem; Jones, Robert Tyree, Dur- 
ham; Jones, Wilbur David, Jr., Wilmington; Jordan, Ralph Martin, 
Jr., Concord; Jovner. John Russell, Farmville. 



Third Row: Irvin, William Arnold, Midland; Ivey, James Lindsey, 
Norwood; Jackson, John Hilton, Charlotte; Jacobs, Henry D., Jr.. 
Spartanburg, S. C; James, Thomas Snow, Elkin; Jenkins, George 
Thomas, Cherryville; Jennette, Warren Hellen, III; Elizabeth City: 
Jewell, Edwin Smith, Wilmington; Jobst, Richard William, Wald- 
wick, N. J. 



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Sixth Row: Joyner, Walton Kitchln. Raleigh; Joyner, William 
Grant, Como; Katz, Bradley David, Warsaw; Kendrick, Aubrey 
Earl, Jr., Charlotte: Kepley, Thomas Howard, Salisbury; Kerdasha, 
Ronald, North Bergen, N. j.; Kesler, Robert C, Greensboro; Keyes, 
A. Vincent, Greensboro; kincaid, Jerry Nelson. Salisbury. 




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1952 



First Row: Kindig, Robert Russell, Plainfield, N. J.; Kipka, Earl 
Meacham, Mooresville: Kirkman. William Hugh, Jr., Burlinglon; 
Knox, William Hugh, Bolivia; Kornegav, James A., Jr., Durham: 
Kriegnian, Robert Marvin, Greensboro: Kuralt, Charles, Charlotte: 
Lachdl, Willis H., Rutherford College; Lambeth, Robert Lee, 
Thomasville. 



Fourth Row: Liles, Max Edward, Bailev; Lindsle), Dell Prilehard, 
Williamston; Link, Norris Wilford, Jr., Winston-Salem; Linker, 
Robert Polk, Chapel Hill; Lofquist, William Augustus, Asheville; 
Logsdon, Rodger Clement, Chapel Hill; Long, John R., West Jeffer- 
son; Long, Robert McDonald, Concord; Long, Thomas Hill, States- 
ville. 



Second Row: Lamson, Davis Willia 
Wilton, Burlington; LaSure, Lester Ja 
Jerry Holt, Durham; Lawson, Theodoi 
William Osborne, Lumberton: Lehm 



s, Asheville; Lane, Virgil 
les, Jr., Wilmington; Laws, 
Crawford, Leaksville; Lee, 
nn. James Hugh, EInora, 



N. Y.; 
Eugene 



Ledbetter, George Ronald, Charlotte: Lehman, Everett 
Winston-Salem. 



Third Row: Leonard, Rueben Y., Greensboro; Levine, Lewis Elliott, 
Hamlet: Levinson, Gary Laehman, Gastonia; Lewis, James Oliver, 
Fayetteville; Lewis, James Robert, Jr., Asheville; Lewis, Johnny 
Gray, Statesville; Lewis, Miriam Lillian, Chapel Hill; Lewis, Walter 
Ned, Graham: Likins, Paul Ross. Elkhart, Ind. 



Fifth Row: Longesy, James Noseo, Goldsboro; Love, Warren G., 
Mount Airy; Lovelace, James Bailey, Jr., High Point; Lowlhorp, 
Carl F., Durham; Loy, John Haywood, Jr., Burlington: Luckenbach, 
Roy Leon, Winston-Salem; McCaskill, John Malcolm, Durham: 
McCauley, Paul Gilbert, Jr., Fayetteville; McCormick, Guy Pitman, 
McDonald. 



Sixth Row: McCoy, William Octavious, Snow Hill; McCubbins, 
Paul Swicegood, Salisbury; McFall, Walter Thompson, Jr., Ashe- 
ville: McFalls, Vernon Wendel, Greensboro: McGehee, George 
Badger, Jr., Chevy Chase, Md.; MeGoogan, Charles Stalvey, St. 
Pauls; Mrlntyre, Baxter Grady, Ellerbe: McKinney, George Casev, 
Marshall: McLamb, Kenneth Norwood, Dunn. 




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First Row: McLean, Fred, Lenoir; McLeod, George 
HoUidav, Florence, S. C; McMichael, Peler Dillard, 
Jr., Reidsville: Mackie, Anne Gallaway, Chapel Hill; 
IMacMillan, George James, III, Raleigh; MacRae, James 
Cameron, Fayetteville. 




Second Roic: Maddox, Caleb Jones, Goldsboro: Mad- 
dry, Robert Lawrence, Lumberton; Mallelt, Reginald, 
II, South Bend, Ind.; Mann, Lynn Senter, Lillinglon: 
iMungun, Addison Goodloe, Gastonia; Mangum, Robin, 
$part:inburg, S, C. 



Third Roic: Marcinko. Stephen Charles, Johnstown, 
Pa.: Marks, Benjamin Sanford, Jr., Greensboro: Marx, 
Albert, Atlanta, Ga.; Massie, Robert Eugene, Waynes- 
ville; Matthews, Lonnie Turner, Durham; Matthews, 
William Mack, Burlington. 



Foiirlh Row: Mayo, Ben Coakley, II, Tarhoro; Med- 
ford, Hugh Love, Jr., Greensboro; Merritt, Janet 
Marie, Chapel Hill; Metcalfe, C. Harold, Forest City; 
Millen, Pressly McAuley, Charlotte; Miller, Nathan 
Grav, Mocksviile. 




Fifth Row: Miller, Stuart Norfleet, Winston-Salem; 
Mitchell, Dennis Russell, Beaver, Pa.; Moon, David 
Alton, Greensboro; Moore, John Henry, Hurdle Mills; 
Moore, Paul Milton, Black Creek; Moore, Saunders 
^'inston, Burlington. 



Sixth Rote: Moose, Frank Hoy, Jr., Concord; Moreton, 
Thomas Perkins, Biloxi, Miss.: Morgan, Arlene, Mor- 
ganton; Morgan, James Battle, Cary: Morgan, Joe 
Edward, Jr., Winston-Salem; Moring, Eugene Elliott, 
Raleigh. 



Serenlh Row: Morris, McLendon Graham, Oxford; 
Morris. Reuben Franklin, Winston-Salem: Morrison, 
Robert Lee, Bladenburg. Md.; Morton, Joe Chandler, 
Takonia Park, Md.; Mudd, William Columbus, Gas- 
Ionia; Munday, Jerry Thomas, Mo 



Eighth Row: Myers, Jeane Worth, Burlington; Nail, 
Thurman Dean, Winston-Salem; Neely, Alvin Wilkins, 
Jr. Waynesboro, Ga.; Neill, Richard V.. Ft. Pierce, 
Fla.: Neiison, Herbert Eugene, Aiken, S. C; Newcomb, 
William Andrew, Henderson. 



Ninth Row: Nichols, Bill Ravniond. Ml. Airv; Noble, 
Robert Primrose, III, Goldsboro: Nobles, Thomas 
Carrol, Orrum; Norman, John Franklin, III, Cherry 
Lane: Norment, Owen Lennon, Jr., Asheville; Norris, 
Thomas Lloyd, Jr., South Mills. 



Tenth Row: Norwood, Louise, Winston-Salem; Oakley, 
Chuck Klien, Roxboro; OBriant, Robert Reynolds, 
Durham; Oglesby, James Gorham, Greensboro; Or- 
niand. Rosemary, Gastonia; Ormand, T. Lane, Mon- 



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First Row: Ormond, Herbert Lyman, Jr., Greenville; 
Padgett, E. J., Maple Hill; Paffe, Clement Ambrose, 
^'inston-Salem; Page, George ^'hitehead, Greensboro: 
Papineau, Arthur Bradford, Plymouth; Pappas, Greg- 
ory v., Winston-Salem. 



Second Row: Parker, Wallace Oneil, Silverdale; 
Parlier, Smith Stephen, Newton; Parrish, Henry New- 
ton, Jr., Winston-Salem; Parrish, Sally Maxine, Bryson 
City; Pate, Barry Reeves, Canton; Patterson, Edward 
Leonard, Albemarle. 



Third Row: Payne, Bobby Swanson, Richmond, Va.: 
Peacock, Thomas Philip, Arlington, Va.; Pearce, Har- 
vey Nelson, Raleigh: Peck, Nicholas Albron, Concord; 
Peel, James Stanley, Everetts; Perir, Raymond Neal, 
Danville, Va. 



Fourth Row: Pfaff, Robert Harold, Winston-Salem; 
Phelan, Richard G., Raleigh; Phillips, Gary, Rocky 
Mount; Phillips, Jack Ewart, Durham; Phillips, John 
B., Jr., Winston-Salem; Phthisic, Haywood McKay. 
Jr., Edenton. 



Fifth Row: Pinner, Ike Kenneth, Wilmington; Pittard, 
John Charles, Garner: Poindexter, Charles C, Canton; 
Pokalsky, Robert, Trenton, N. J.; Polhill, Joseph 
Augustus, Lincolnton; Pollard, Dulon Devon, Benson. 



Sixth Row: PoUard, William Robert, Farmville; Porter, 
Richard Alan, Burlington; Powell, William Douglas, 
Durham; Prescott, James Carlvle, Jr., Elizabeth Citv; 
Presley, John Phillips, Asheville; Price, William Har- 
vey, Jr., Mayodan. 



Seventh Row: Price, William James, Greensboro; 
Prillaman, Martha Jeanne, Roanoke, Va.; Prince, 
David Rufus, Dunn; Prilchelt, Hovt Baker, Jr., Louis- 
ville, Ky.: Privette, Billy Joe, Hillsboro; Proctor, 
Jasper Lee, Rocky Mount. 



Eighth Row: Proctor, McDaniel, Fuquav Springs; 
Propst, William Floyd, Midway Park; Prothero, Wil- 
liam John, Johnstown, Pa.; Pruett, James Worrell, 
Mt. Airy; Pruitt, Kenneth Melvin, Winston-Salem: 
Purrington, Alfred Luther, III, Raleigh. 



ISinth Row: Putney, Walter Gilliam, Jr., Farn 
Va.; Raff, Joseph Allan, Charlotte; Ramos, 1 
Mayo, Durham; Ransdell, Edward Bvron, Vi 
Rapp, William Walter, Thomasville; Ralcliffe, Ma 
Clyde, Wadesboro. 



T^nth Rote: Ray, Richard Shaw, Southern Pines; Rea, 
Richard Lewis, Jr., Asheville; Reece, Jerry, Andrews; 
Reimer, Edward Jacob, Kearny, N. J.; Relnecke, 
Roderick, L., GaKeston, Texas; Rhodes, Robert 
Everett, Jr., Elizabeth City. 





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Firsl Rme: Richardson, Henrv Bonell. Lilcsville; Rierson, Otis 
Hoberl, Jr., Higil Point: Rivera, William McLeod, ^OK Orleans, 
La.; Rivers, James Llovd, Mt. Croghan, S. C; Roberts, Charles 
Roberson, Washington, D. C; Roberts, William Douglas, Winston- 
Salem; Roberts, William Stuart, Caslonia; Robinson, Ernest Lin- 
wood, Wilmington; Roddev, Frank Carroll, Charlotte. 



Fourth Row: Sealer, Dock Harold, Orrum; Seaviell. Marion Henry 
Tuttle, Jackson; Sebastian, Oren Frederick, North Wilkesboro; 
Sechler, Frederick Clinton, China Grove; Seiig, Julian Wood, Jr., 
Elizabeth City; Sessoms, Bobbv Daniel, Lillington: Sessoms, Donald 
Bruce. Durham; Shaw, Ray Elsworth, Jr., Raleigh; Sherrill, John 
Charles, Hendersonville. 



Second Row: Rogers, Louis Oli' 



Winston-Sale 



Judd. Jr.. Rockingham: Rollins, James Letcher, Bostic: Roq 
Robert James, Jr., Andrews. S. C; Rosenbacher, Robert Si 
Winston-Salem; Ross, Mar Carlton, Elon College; Rountre 
Herlel, Mt. Airy: Ruflfin, Thomas, Jr., Winslon-Saleni; I 
Daniel Howard, Jr., Kannapolis. 



nund. 
Jake 



Fi/lh Row: Shives, WUliam Wallace, Lincolnton; Shuford, Jack 
Brooks, Gastonia; Shuford, Sydney Herbert, Biltmore; Sillery, 
Charles Doyne, Littleton; Simpson, Bobby Gray, Selma; Sink, 
Charles Clayton, Lexington; Sink, Woodruff Franklin, Winston- 
Salem; Sipp, John Frederic, Rockaway, N. J.; Skinner, Mark Lee, 



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Third Row: Rumsey, Tracy Porter, Jr.. Randleman; Russell. H. 
Gerard. Ardmore. Pa.; Sale, Ronald Gordon, Winston-Salem: Salley, 
Alfred Nathaniel, Asheville; Scarborough, William Haywood, Ml. 
Gilead; Sehroeder. George, Gladwyne, Pa.; Scotland, Howard Victor. 
Jr., Towson, Md.; Scott, William Donald, Mt. Vernon Springs; 
Seabock, Robert Lee, Durham. 



Sixth Row: Sluder, Tex Richard, Thomasville; Smith, Alvis Everett, 
Reidsville; Smith, Ben Clayton, Jr., Charlotte; Smith, Eugene Alvin, 
Matthews: Smith. Felix Lloyd, Whiteville; Smith, Howard Earl, 
Roanoke Rapids; Smith, Irving Lee, Jr., Robersonville; Smith, 
James Frederick, Lebanon, Pa.; Smith, Jov Pharr, Charlotte. 





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1953 



1, Pete 

Snider, 

Spark- 

ah. 



First Roiv: Smith, Vonnie Bryan. Liunberton: Smilher 

Franklin, Winston-Salem: Smyre. Jerry Mell, Greensboi 

Geraldine, Fayetteville; Sooy, Walter Richard. Wilmingt 

man. Charles Evancer, Burlaw; Spillane, Charles Barry, 

Ga.; Stafford, Richard Edward, Winston-Salem: Standifer, Luth. 

Sebastian, Marietta, Ga. 



Second Rou': Starner, Richard Allen, Elkhart, Ind.; Stepp, Howard 
Wellington, Jr.. Princeton, N. J.; Stevens, Lee Austin. Smithfield: 
Stewart, James Tyrus, Jr., Erwin; Stilwell, John Quiney, Charles- 
ton, S. C; Stith. Laurence Augustine, New Bern: Stockton, Edwin 
Link, Winston-Salem: Stone, Eugene Spencer, Bailev; Straughn, 
William Brent, Walkcrtown. 



Third Row: Strong, George Vaughn, Arlington, Mass.; Stuart, John 
Moore, Shelby: Stuart, Robert Urban, Kernersville; Sturgess, Wil- 
liam Carrol, Rocky Mount: Sullivan, Alfred Hardy, Pikeville; 
Sumner, David Spurgeon, Asbeboro; Sumner, Emmett A., Jr., High 
Point: Swaim, Charles Bagby, Jr.. Winston-Salem: Tarlton, Lee 
Alexander, Rutherfordton. 



Fo«r(/i Roic: Taylor, Raymond Mason, Washington; Tedder, Claude 
Dale, Guilford; Teichman, Stuart, Winston-Salem; Temple, Jackson 
Howard, Selma; Temple, William Bowne, Highland Park, HI.; 
Tetlelbach, Fred Morley, Point Pleasant, N. Y.; Thomas, George A., 
Carthage: Thomas, Jesse Corbitt, Sanford: Thomas, Tommy Howard, 
Charlotte. 



Fifth Row: Thompson, Graham Kent, Mt. Gilead; Thompson, Joe 
Wayne, Mooresville; Thornhill, Archie James, Charlotte; Thornton, 
Donald Norman, Wilmington; Tice, Douglas Oscar, Jr., Greensboro; 
Tilley, Hilton Ray, Winston-Salem; Tillman, Rollie, Jr., Lake Wales, 
Fla.; Tilson, Thomas Lawdon, Burnsvillc; Torgersen, Thomas Allen, 
Burlington. 



Sixth Row: Townsend, Charles Hitchcock, Washington, D. C: 
Trimble, Stephen Asbury, Washington, D. C; Tripletl, Gwyn Com- 
modore, Winston-Salem; Truckner, Willard Baxter, Durham; Tudor, 
Bynum E.. Winston-Salem; Toggle, William Preston. HI, Hot 
Springs, Ark.; Turner, Richard William, Charlotte; Twisdale, Harold 
Winfred, Halifax; llmslead, Charles Irvin, Roekv Mount. 



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Firnt Row: VanSicklen, John Michael, Hendersonville; 
Venable. J. Bill, Mt. Airj ; Venable, Kenneth Martin, 
Winston-Salem: Venters, Carl Vernon, Jr., Jackson- 
ville; Vernon, John Calvin, Jr., Summerfield; Vick, 
Hugh C, Atkinson. 



Second Row: Vogel, Edward Julius, Irvinglon, IV. J.; 
Wade, Berlev Edward, Roxboro; Wainer, Herbert 
Schcver, Winston-Salem; Wakefield, Tom Edgar, Ashe- 
ville; Walden, Donald Winfred, Greensboro: Wallace, 
Charles Dixon, Smithfield. 



Third Rote: Wallace, Lawrence Henry, Jr., Smithfield; 
Wallers, Eugene Bullock, Jr., Fuquay Springs: War- 
ren, Jesse Lainer, Greensboro: Waters. Charles May- 
nard, Florence, S. C; Watkins, Kenneth A., Lillington; 
Watts. Charles Bowman, Brvson City. 



Fourth Roic: Webb, Carl Ray, Jr., Shelby; Webb, 
Robert Patterson, Chapel Hill: Wells, Calvin Talmadge, 
Jr., Charlotte: West, Robert Alan, Winston-Salem; 
\<esterfield, Diane Bonsall, Chapel Hill; White, 
Harold O., Fruithurst, Ala. 



Fifth Row: Whitehead, Thurman Jack, Jr., Washing- 
ton; Whitlev, Charles Boyd, Albemarle: Whitley, 
Johnny Lee, Wilson: Wiggins, Ralph Cannon, Jr., 
Hendersonville; Wiggins, Richard McKenzie, Fayette- 
ville; Wilkerson, Leo Carl, Mebane. 



Sixth Row: Wilkinson, Bill 
Williams, Boyce Boykin, Ken 
Melick, Elizabeth City; Will 
ganton: Williams, Thomas 
Williams, William Tyre, Ro 



y Ravford, Newton; 

Iv: Williams, Charles 
ms, Frank Samuel, Mor- 
Wade, Savannah, Ga.; 
:ingham. 



Serenth Row: Williams, Winr 
son, J. Franklin, Lake Wac( 
Myers, Savannah, Ga.: Wilsor 
roe, Va.; Wingate, James Br 
Perkins, Henderson. 



e Lee, Favetteville; Wil- 
imaw; Wilson, William 
Robert Kay, Fort Mon- 
an, Avden; Winn, Sally 



Eighth Row: Wolf, Charles Parker, Chapel Hill: Wood, 
Robert Dale, Greensboro: Woody, Joe Harris, Besse- 
mer City; Woody. Walter Ruffin, jr., Roxboro; Wright, 
David Arthur. Mt. Holly; Wright, James Whitson, 
Asheville. 



Mnth Rote: Yarborough, Ramon L., Fayetteville; Yates, 
Donald Norton, Fairfax, Va.; Yokeley, James Edwin, 
Thomasville; York, Walter Thomas, Archdale; Young, 
Bobby Gray, Winston-Salem; Young, Charles Spur- 
geon. Hickory. 



Tenth Row: Young, David Richard, Greensboro; 
Young, Douglas Maurice, Burlington; Yount, Martha 
Evelvn, Hickory: Zachary. Jonathan Thompson, Jr., 
Graham; Zerden, Howard Gordon, Hickory; Zi 
man, Lester Eugene, High Point; Zimmerman, Os 
Vernon, High Point. 



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Graduate and 

Profiesisioiial Schools; 




School of Pharmacy 



E. A. BRECHT 

Ocaii of the School 



After orientation the freshmen with the npperclass- 
nien settled clown to a year of lal>s and classes. 

Foothall games, dances. Kappa Epsilon's tea for 
the new students, fraternity rushing, N. C. P. A. 
niemhership drive, picnic for the freshmen, and 
the Pharmacy Girls' Association annual Christmas 
party were the main events of the fall quarter. 

The new year found us looking forward to a 
winter quarter filled with studies, haskethall 
games, fraternity pledge dances, Senate meetings, 
and the N. C. P. A. Programs. 

When spring came, the third and fourth year 
classes were Inisily planning a trip to Cincinnati, 



Detroit, and Kalamazoo to visit Merrell, Parke 
Davis, and Upjohn Lahoratories. School elections 
were held. Pharmacy Week-end highlighted May 
with festivities heginning with a picnic Friday after- 
noon and ending with the Saturday night formal 
dance. 

With June approaching, Howell Hall hustled 
with talk of exams, graduation, and the long 
awaited State Board Examination. Many left hut 
carried with them pleasant memories of the four 
years spent in acquiring a good education in their 
chosen profession. 



First Row. Left to Right: I. W. Rose, H. O. Thompson, Fred Seiieiiiuk, W. H. Hartiin?. Dean E. A. Breolil • Srrniirl Row: 
John Andrako, A. W. Jowdy, Mrs. Fred Teare, Kenneth Hoy o Third Row: J. H. R. Beaujon, F. C. Haiiiiinriit>«. 




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SENIOR OFFICERS 
Sitting: Frances Parson, Secrelary-Treasurer. Standing: 
Keith Fulbrigkl, President; Jack Friday, Vice-President. 




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Pharmacy School 




BATUVIOS, NICHOLAS HARRY 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Rha Chi. 

BEDDINGFIELD, BRUCE BROOKS 

B.S. IN PHARMACY, Phi Delia Chi; Pharmacy ) 

BRITT, ROBERT TIMOTHY 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa Psi. 

BROOKS, BAYLUS CADE 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Rho Chi, Pr 



Wilniiii^oii 



Clayton 
NCPA (1, 2. 3, 4). 



Raleigh 



BROWN, EARL TRIPLETT 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa Psi, Regent (3). His 
3, 4); Pharmacy Senate (3, 4); President of Ph 



Fayetteville 

(4) ; NCPA (1, 2, 3, 4). 

Leicester 



DANIELS, HERMAN HALLET 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Rho Chi. 

DAY, HAROLD VANN 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa Psi, Viee-Pres 
Prosidrnt (4>; Pharmacv Senate (1, 2, 
Foundaliun (1. 2). 

DOLLAR, A. C, JR. 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. 

FLETCHER, JAMES HUGH 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Rho Chi; Kappa Psi. 

FRIDAY, JOHN PAUL 



Colerain 

Spruce Pine 
NCPA (1. 2. 3. 4), 

e Club ( 1 ) : W esley 

Mt. Airy 
Drexel 

Dallas 



Second Row: 

BURGESS, MARGARET CAROLYN Broadway 

B.S. IN PHARMACY'. Kappa Epsilon, Historian (2), President (3); NCPA 
(1, 2. 3, 4): Sccretarv-Treasurer of Pharmacy Class (2); Secretary. 
Treasurer of Pharmacy ' School (4); Student Advisor (3); Pharmacy 
Girls- Association, Sccretarv-Treasurer (2); Dean's Cabinet (4). 



Valdese 

( 3 ) ! Pharmacy Senate. 



BURRIS, LOY RAY, JR. 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa Psi. Pledge 
President (4); NCPA (1. 2. 3. 4). 

CARTER. LEO HARRISON Thomasville 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Aoppa Psi: NCPA (1. 2. 3. 4). 

Wake Forest 



CLELLAND, ALEC W., JR. 



COGDELL, HENRY PAUL 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Pharmacy Sen 



Goldsboro 

: (3, 4); NCPA (1, 2. 3, 4). 



FULBRIGHT. KEITH NORMAN Guilford College 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Phi Delia Chi; NCPA (1. 2, 3. 4). Secretary (4); 
BSC Council (4>. 

HARRIS, JOSEPH CLAXTON, JR. Durham 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Phi Delia Thela; Phi Delia Chi: YMCA; Pharmacy 



HAUSS, HARRY LYNN 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. President of Cla 



HAWKINS, CLAYBURN IRVIN 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. NCPA (1. 3. 4). 

HORTON, WILLIAM DONALD 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Pi Kappa Phi; Track (1). 



China Grove 

(II ; NCPA (1. 2, 3. 4). 

Madison 



Wilkesboro 



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Fourth Year 



KAMINETZKY, BEATRICE BLANCHE 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. NCPA (2. 3. J I : Pharmacy Sen 

MAUNEY, HARRY M. 

B.S. IN' PHARMACY. Pi Kappa Alpha. 

MERRITT, MORRIS EDWARD 

B.S. IN PHARMACY. Delia Phi Alpha. Prcsidtnt (3). 



iecunil Row: 

PARSONS, MARY FRANCES Winston-Saleni 

S.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa Epsilon. Historian (31: \WC.A (1, 2. 3. 4(- 
XCPA (1. 2. 3, 41: Secretary. Treasurer of Class (1. 3): Pharmacy Girls" 
Association (1. 2. 3. 4). Vice-President (2). Seerctarv-Treasurcr (3}. 







Durham 




(2. 3>. 


S^p '^ 


Murphy 


Tv 


ake Waccamaw 


^dUi 



PITTMAN, GEORGE LEON 


Micro 


5.S. IN PHARMACY. NCPA <3. 41. 




PRICE, SAMUEL HOWARD, JR. 


Mooresville 


J.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa Psi; Men's Cou 
'harmacy Senate (3. 4). Reporter (3». Reco 


ncil (4> J NCPA (2. 3. 4) ; 
rder (4). 


'•/lirrf Rou: 




RANDALL, WILLIAM HURLEY, JR. 


Falcon 


t.S. IN PHARMACY. Phi Delia Chi, Vicc-Pr 
harmacy Senate (3. 4); NCPA (1. 2. 3, 4); 


sident (3), Treasurer (4); 
Track (1). 


LEAVES, CHARLES ADAMS 


Asheboro 


.S. IN PHARMACY. Pi Kappa Alpha. 




ROGERS, HUBERT N., JR. 


Fair Bluff 


l.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa Psi: Pharmacy Sc 
xccutiie Committee (4); YMCA (1). 


natc (3, 4) ; NCPA (2, 3, 4), 


ourlh Row: 




tUSSELL, C. CLARK 


Greensboro 



l.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa Psi. 

(ASSER, JOHN MARSHALL Smithfield 

l.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa Psi; Phi Ela Sigma; Rho Chi; CIce Club 
1, 2, 3)! NCPA (1. 2, 3, 4); Cardboard (1, 2, 3, 4). 



(PARKS, BETTY TATE 

l.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa Epsilon, Se 
WCA (2, 3. 4); Dormitory Presidei 
ecrelary-Treasurer (4). 



SPEIGHT, JAMES AMBLER 

l.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa Psi. 

lUMMEY, WILLIAM LEWIS 

l.S. IN PHARMACY. 

:H0R1VE, SAMUEL THOMAS 

l.S. IN PHARMACY. Kappa Psi: Yaeki 
oard (4); Pharmacy Senate (2. 3. 4) 



Draper 

Btary (2), Pledge Mistress (3,4); 
(2): Pharmacy Senate (3, 4), 



Rocky Mount 
Dallas 



Charlotte 

ck (1>; NCPA (3. 4); Card- 



ixiA Row: 

WIGGS, CAROLYN RUTH 

(S. IN PHARMACY. Secretary of Class (I): YWCA; C: 

^'ELBORN, JOHN HENRY 

.S. IN PHARMACY. NCPA (2. 3. 4|. 

J'lLLIAMS, GLENWOOD LEE 

.S. IN PHARMACY. NCPA (1, 2, 3, 4>. 



Raleigh 

ury Club. 

Lexington 
Godwin 




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Pharmacy School 
Third Year 



Firtt Roic: Barksdale, Bennett Mattoon, Fayette- 
vUle; Barnes, Lewis Wiley, Jr., Statesville; Bland, 
Joseph Furnian, Kappa Psi, Thomasville: Blanton, 
Charles Donald. Kappa Psi. Kings Mountain: 
Bostian. Thomas Riehard, Phi Delia Chi. Landis. 



Second Rotr: Brooks, Frank Gibbons, Jr., Siler 
Citv: Burgiss, Thomas R., Kappa Psi. Sparta: 
Campbell, Charles Clifford, Phi Delta Chi. Maiden: 
Campbell, Rowe Boghe, Jr., Kappa Psi. Taylors- 
ville: Cole, Alfred Franklin, Jr., Pi Kappa Phi, 
Raeford. 



Third Roic: Dollar, Lelon Cary, Phi Delia Chi. 
Chapel Hill: Duvall, Clyde J., Chapel Hill: Fergu- 
son, Junious Franklin, Jr., Kappa Psi. Durham: 
Ferguson, Lewis Mouchet, Kappa Psi, Gastonia; 
Fisher, Clarence Graham, Clinton. 



Fourth Rote: Floyd, Calvin Moore, Jr., Kappa Psi. 
Roanoke Rapids: Gaylord, Jerry Thomas, Kappa 
Psi, Winterville: Harris, George Wesley, Phi Delia 
Chi. Durham: Hix. David Thomas, Harmony: 
Hunter, Jeanette, Westfield. 



Fifth Rom: Johnson, William Rowland, AsheviUe; 
King. Delton Graham. Kappa Psi. Favetteville: 
Kirby, Carl M., Phi Delta Chi. Wilson: Kostic, 
Thomas Francis, Kappa Psi, Chapel Hill: Langdon, 
F. Hampton, Four Oaks. 



Sixth Roic: Lewis, Robert Luther, Robbins: Miller, 
William James, Phi Delta Chi, Hickory: Mobley, 
Benjamin K., Kappa Psi. Lake City. Fla.; Moore, 
Jimmy, Wilmington: Murrav, Billv R., Kappa Psi. 
Chapel Hill. 



Seventh Roic: O'Neal, Jacquelyn Lee, Kappn 
Epsilon, Louisburg: Perrow, Waller Stephen, 
Kappa Psi, Bedford, Va.: Scarboro, William Louis, 
Knigfatdale: Shaw, Willis Breedlove, Roanoke 
Rapids: Shepherd. Roy Cornelious, Jr., Lexington. 



Eighth Rote: Simpson, Noah Jones, Glen Alpine: 
Smith, Edward Marvin, Matthews; Smith, Martha 
Ann, Kappn Epsilon, Warsaw: Smith, Ralph 
Wright. Jr., Kappa Psi, Kinston: Smith, Robert 
Garland, Kappa Psi, Pilot Mountain. 



IMnth Roto: Swan, William Jay, Phi Delia Chi, 
Andrews: Timberlake, Harry Wilson, Kappa Psi, 
Milwaukee; Lpchurch, Patsy Ruth, Kappa Epsilon. 
Morrisville; Wagner, John Wesley, Phi Delta Chi. 
Cramerton; Wagner, Murphv Thomas, Jr., Phi 
Delta Chi, Durham. 



Tenth Roic: Wells, William Potter, Burgaw: White, 
Joseph Graham, Kappa Psi, Burlington; Wiggins, 
Kenneth L., Goldsboro; Wright, John Coit, 
Polkton. 




PharmacT School . . . Second Year 







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First Rok: Adams, Leron Dale, Kappa Psi, Lincoln- 
ton; Barbrcv, Herman Sutton, Jr., Mount Olive; 
Baugues-^, Carl Thomas, Jr., Newton; Bradley, 
William Vernon, Jr., Albemarle: Bradshaw, Edward 
Luther. Jr.. Kappa Psi, Kinston. 



Second Row: Bullock, Eleanor Grey, Kappa 
Epsilon, Fayelleville; Charles, Fred Richard, 
Winston-Salem; Creech, Willard Grover, Kenly: 
Curtis, Thomas Eugene, Waynesville; Denson, 
Millard Dalton, Kappa Psi, Burlington. 



Third Row: Dowdy, David Astor, Jr., High Point: 
Elmore, Oscar Allen, Jr., Clinton; Evans, Floyd 
Herbert, Greensboro; Freeman, James Howard, 
Fayetteville: Frostick, William Leach, Kappa Psi, 
Maxlon. 



Fourth Row: Gillespie, Charles Byrd, Jr., Burns- 
ville; Gilliam, Barbara Nan, Sanford; Hackney, 
Eugene Walden, Kappa Psi, Sanford: Hedrick, Don 
Rea, Kappa Epsilon, Denton; Herrin, John Clegg, 
Albemarle. 



Fifth Row: Hudson, Cus William, Rockingham; 
Klultz, John A., Marion; Lee, William Pearce, 
Fuquay Springs; Lloyd, William Leonard, Buie's 
Creek; Lovelace, William Monroe, Jr.. Phi Delia 
Chi, Mooresboro. 



Sixth Row: Nelson, Joyce Evangeline, Kappa 
Epsilon, Littleton: Paderick, Hatherly Cory, Pi 
Kappa Phi, Kinston; Patton, James Benjamin, Jr., 
Canton; Patton, William Harrison, Hickory; Pen- 
land, James Thomas, Morganton. 



Seventh Row: Pittman, Billie Ephraim, Princeton; 
Powell, William Paul, Horse Shoe; Price, Billy L., 
Newton: Raper, Donald Joyner, Lucama: Robinson, 
James Clack, Jr., Kappa Psi, Littleton. 



Eighth Row: Rubin, Seymour Phillip, Pi Lambda 
Phi, Asheville; Selzer, Evan Sylvanus, Jr., Newton; 
Talbert, George Robert. Winston-Salem: Williford, 
Earl Hardy, kannapolis; Wood, John Dee, Wil- 
mington. 



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Pharmacy School 
First Year 

First Row: Adams, William Robert, Jr., Four Oaks; 
Anderson, Thomas Avery, Morganton; Arnold, 
Barbara Ann, Raleigh; Ashworth, Ralph Hilliard, 
Fuquay Springs; Bain, Rajford Whitley, Clayton. 



Second Row: Benthall, Louise Marie, Rich Square; 
Barber, Ronald Edward, Clinton; Blackwelder, 
Maurice Waters, Mooresville; Coppedge, Raymond 
Franklin, Jr., Asheville; Day, James Robert, Ashe- 
ville. 



Third Roic 
Dunlap, H 
Richard Ir^ 
Chadbourn 
napolis. 



Dever, Robert James, Greensboro; 
nry Hunter, Durham; Edmundson, 
r\, Fremont; Edwards, Philip Franklin, 
Farabee, William Lloyd, Jr., Kan- 



Fourlh Row: Fisher, Oveda, Whiteville; Fuller, 
Edwin Wood, Jr., Liberty; Graham, William Wil- 
son, Peachland: Griffin, William Crane, Roanoke 
Rapids; Havmore, Charles Edgar, Mt. Airy. 



Fifth Row: Hill, Jonathan Adoneran, Troulmans; 
Hobowsky, Freda, Scotland Neck; Jenkins, Edward 
Franklin, Burlington; Jenkins, Walter Ingram, Jr., 
Biscoe; Josey, Charles William, Maiden. 



Sixth Row: Lore, Sara Fountain, Sanford; Mc- 
Ginnis, John William, Cherryville; Mebane, Alfred 
Holt, Lexington, Ky.; Menius, Jimmy McFadden, 
China Grove; Mills, John Edward, Cliffside. 



Seventh Row: Needham, Billy Wright, Pilot Moun- 
tain; Norris, Charles Allan, Fuquay Springs; Over- 
ton, Eugenia Legg, Southern Pines; Owen, Richard 
Hutchins, Jamestown; Paturis, Emmanuel Michael, 
Wilmingtcii. 



Eighth Row: Phelps, Albert Ray, Williamston; 
Porter, Ernest, Concord; Proctor, Clyde N., Jr., 
Benson; Samuel, Nancy Anne, High Point; Saun- 
ders, Walter K., Jr., ThomasviUe. 



Ninth Row: Schaefer, Brownie Dickson, Asheville 
Shousc, William Darle, Rural Hall; Sisk, WiUian 
Taylor, Asheville; Smith, Richard Henry Lee 
Greensboro; Stevens, Charles Lee, Clayton. 



Tenth Row: Temple, Tommy Hoyle, Zebulon; 
Ward, William Aster, Liberty; Wells, Franklin 
Ennis, Roseboro; Wiggins, Clarence Ray, Clinton; 
Windley, Lawrence, Aurora. 




School of Dentistry 





DR. JOHN C. BRAUER 
Dean of the School 



First How: Maurice Riohardsoii, President: 
Clarence Calcote, Vice-President • Second 
Rotv: William Calcole, Secretary; Robert 
Gainey, Treasurer. 



The School of Dentistry is now in its second year 
of operation, -with a total of 75 students, having 
admitted its second class in the fall of 19.51. The 
first class will graduate in June 1954, the first in 
the history of North Carolina. 

The new building is scheduled for completion in 
the late summer of 1952, to be ready for clinical 



dental services for the incoming third year class. 

Students of Dentistry receive part of their in- 
struction in the Basic Science Departments of the 
School of Medicine, in the School of Public Health, 
and in the University Hospital. They are an integral 
part of the total health team. 




FACULTY 
Front Row, Left to Right. Standing: Dr. Salter A. Hall, Jr., Dr. Frank C. Cadv, Dr. John C. Brauer, Dean, Dr. R. E. Sturdevant, 
Standing: Dr. R. J. Shankle • Back Row: Dr. C. M. Sturdevant, Dr. W. W. Denieritl, Dr. Mons W. Hellyer. Jr. 



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School of Deiitiistr^ . . . Second Year 





First Rotv: Ausley, Melt Bagh-y, Delia Sigma 
Phi. Micro; Biddcll, Alexander Jones, Psi 
Omega. Pembroke; Cameron, Lawrence A.. 
Delta Sigma Delta. Carthage; Clark, Dwight L., 
\i Psi Phi. Asheville. 



Second Rotv: Cline, Albert Purcell, Jr., Ai" Psi' 
Phi. Canton; Coble, Albert Vernon, Ai Psi Phi. 
Burlington; Daniel, Robert Lee, Ai Psi Phi. 
Reidsville; Draughon. Donald Ray, Psi Omega. 
Durham. 



Third Rotv: Edwards, George Loren, Jr., Psi 
Omega. Durham; Foust, James A., Graham; 
Fowler, Vi illiam Francis, Delta Sigma Delta. 
King; Furr, Robert Earl, Delta Sigma Delta. 
Vt ilmington. 



Fourth Rotv: Gaither, Ferby Glen, Ai Psi Phi. 
(Chapel Hill: Gobbel, John Temple, Jr., Delta 
Sigma Delta. Chapel Hill; Gooding, Carnie Clay- 
ton, Ai Psi Phi. New Bern; Hall, Cecil Bascombe, 
P.s'i Omega. Brevard. 



Fifth Rotv: Harless, Charles Frederick, P,si 
Omega. Sanford ; Heath. LeRoy Koonce. Psi 
Omega. Burlington; Hord, Dwight B., Delta 
Sigma Delta. Fallston; Hughes, Charles Willson, 
P.si Omega. Roxboro. 



Si.xth Rotv: Lee. Lewis Wells. Dunn; Leggette, 
James Alonza, Jr., Delta Sigma Delta. William- 
ston; Lewis, James Boyd, Delta Sigma Delta. 
Gaslonia; Lineberger, Henry Otis. Jr.. Kapi>€i 
Alpha, Psi Omega, Chapel Hill. 



Seventh Roic: Lupton, (^ecil Rhodes. Ai Psi Phi. 
Swan Quarter; McCall, Clyde N., Delta Sigma 
Delta. Forest City; Massey, Zyba Kathryn, 
Zebulon ; Megginson, Linzv Price, Jr., Ai Psi 
Phi; Shelby. 



Eighth Rotv: Price, A. Dwight, Psi Omega. Clin- 
ton; Reese, Gene Lewis, Psi Omega. Boone; 
Scott, Ludwig G., Delta Sigma Delta. Burling- 
ton; Stanley, Lloyd Butler, Psi Omega. Carolina 
Beach. 



Ninth Roiv: Stoddard, Alan Leonard, Ai Psi Phi. 
Chadbourn; Westmoreland, Joe H.. Gibsonville; 
Young, Willis Kenneth. Delta Sigma Delta. Lex- 
ington. 



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School of Dentistry . . . First Year 



Firsl Row: Alspaugh, Laurence Sidney, Greens- 
boro: Bishop. Elmo Lee. Greensboro; Bland. 
Donald Edwin. Sigma Chi. Wallace; Brooks. 
Robert Edgar. Pi Kappa Alpha. Fayetleville. 



Second Rote: Buchanan. Francis Alexander. Chi 
Phi. Sylva; Calcote, Clarence E.. Broadway; 
Clayton, Stuart Fletcher, Fayetteville; Corder- 
nian, Roy Clinton, Jr., Phi Eta Sigma. Winston- 
Salem. 



Thirit Roir: Fitternian, Israel, Chapel Hill; 
Gainey. Robert Holland, Alpha Tau Omega. 
Chapel Hill; Girard, Jack. Chi Phi. Liberty: 
Griffin, Lloyd Eldon, Jr., Kappa .4/p/i<i, Edenton. 



Fourth Row: Harris, Perry F.. Carthage; Hin- 
son, Thomas Riley, Sigma J\u. Albemarle; Hunt. 
Richard Frederick, Jr., Lambda Chi Alpha. 
Rocky Mount; Jackson, Samuel Kenneth, St. 
Petersburg, Fla. 




Fi/th Row: Johnston, Charlie M., Charlotte: 
La Salle, Leon Thomas, Phi Delta Theta. Miami, 
Fla.; Lowe, Wilburn James, Canton; Moore, 
Walter Herbert, Reidsville. 



Sixth Row: Ralls, Marion L., Jr., Greensboro; 
Richardson, Maurice B., Chapel Hill; Riddle, 
John William, Castonia; Rogers, James Harvey, 
Mooresville. 



Seventh Row: Sluder, Troy Bunyon, Jr., Ashe- 
ville; Smith, James Richard, Mooresville; Smith, 
John Watson, Chapel Hill; Sugg, Robert Whil- 
tington. Beta Theta Pi. Durham. 



Eighth Rotv: Taylor, Clyde Leslie, Greensboro; 
Ward, James Alphonso, Williamston; White- 
hurst. Raymond C, Jr.. Jackson; Wiggs, Wil- 
liam James, Fayetleville. 



IMinth Row: Williford, William Eugene, Burling- 
ton; Wilson, George Curtis, Chapanoke. 




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"To carry on the activities of a modern law school, 
an adequate physical plant stands as a hasic neces- 
sity." 

These were the words issued in a report to the 
North Carolina General Assenihly in 1948 on the 
need for expansion of the University School of Law 
hy Former Dean of the Law School, Robert H. 
Wettach. In 1949 the General Assemljly appropri- 
ated the necessary funds which would meet the 
needs cited hy Dean Wettach, who in June of that 
year turned over the deanship to Henry Brandis, 
Jr. in order to demote full time to teaching. 

This important undertaking was the fulfillnient 
of a need which Dean Wettach had for a long time 
consistently and vigorously advocated. It was ap- 




HENRY BRAiNDIS. JR. 
Dean of the School 



La\¥ !§lehool 




LAW SCHOOL FACULTY 

Front Row. Left to Right: 
Herbert R. Baer 
M. T. Van Heeke 
Dean H. J. Brandis 
Robert H. Wettach 
Fred B. McCall 

Buck Row: 
\^ illiani B. Avcock 
John P. Dalzell 
M. S. Breckenridge 
Albert Coates 
Frank W. Hanft 



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propriate that his efforts should have been reward- 
ed as he left the deanship. 

The dedication of the new addition during the 
fall truly marked the beginning of the school's 
greatest period of service and growth. Long recog- 
nized for its excellent faculty. The University 
School of Law, now in its 107th year, has one of 
the finest physical plants in the South. The new- 
auditorium solves a long standing problem by 
enabling The Law School to integrate more satis- 
factorily both its academic and extracurricular 
programs. 

The Liljrary has been expanded to house well 
over 100,000 volumes (prior facilities could ade- 
quately accommodate less than 50,000 of the 
school's books, the number of which is approach- 
ing 70,000). (Quarters for the North Carolina Law 
Review and the Law School Association, as well as 
new typing rooms, seminar rooms, and ample 
reading facilities have been provided. Recreational 



benefits have not been overlooked in that the new- 
addition has a student lounge fully equipped to 
provide the students with all the comforts of home 
during their few moments of relaxation. 

The Law School Association, an organization 
consisting of all law school students, performs, 
through its elected representatives, a vital function 
in the affairs of the Law School. It is primarily in- 
terested in developing an extracurricular program 
of legal education in close co-operation with the 
Law School. 

The Law School has its own student publication, 
the North Carolina Law Review published quarterly 
during the academic year. The highest scholastic 
honor attainable by a law student before his 
graduating year is to be selected for membership 
on the editorial board. 

Under the leadership of Dean Brandis, The Law- 
School stands on the threshold of a new era of 
progress. 



LAW SCHOOL ASSOCIATION AND NORTH CAROLINA LAW REVIEW 

First Row: Margaret Winslow, Treasurer, L.S.A. • Second Rotv: KiioxWalker. President, L.S.A.; James R. Trotter, Secretary, 
L.S.A.; Charles Lambeth, Vice-President, L.S.A. ; James D. RIount, Jr., Chairman Honor Council • Third Row: Robert Giles, 
Associate Editor; M. H. Ross, Associate Editor; Paul A. Johnston, Editor-in-Chief; Richard deY. Manning, Associate Editor; 
Stephen P. Millikin, Associate Editor. 




La\¥ School 




First Row 
Agiipioii. William Steve. Phi Alphii Dflla 
ISeeih. Harvev E., Omega Psi Phi 

Blouglit, James Davis. Jr., Sigma Chi. Phi Alpha Delta 
Boweii, Joseph Francis, Jr., Phi Alpha Delta. Lamhtla Chi Alpha 
Braswell, Roland Clifton, Phi Alpha Delta 
Brock, William Franklin, Theta Chi. Delta Thela Phi 



Greensboro 

Kinston 

Wilson 

Greenville 

Goldsboro 

(lana 



Secoinl Rotv 
Carpenter. Berlin H.. Jr.. Gamma Beta Chi. Phi Alpha Delta 
Daughtridge, Vernon Fletcher. Delta Theta Phi 
Dunn, Raymond E., Phi Alpha Delta 
Edwards, William Harold 

Elani. Harper Johnston, HI. Phi Delta Theta. Phi Delta Phi 
Forlesoue, Hugh Perry. Delta Theta Phi. Delta Sigma Pi 



Oouse 

Rocky Mount 

New Bern 

Leaksville 

Chapel Hill 

Washington 



Thiril Row 
Friday, Homer Benjamin. Jr.. Delta Theta Phi 
Giles, Robert Edwanl 

Godwin, Nathan Henry. Phi Alpha Delta 
Griffin, Hugh Patrick. Jr.. Phi Delta Phi. Kappa Sigma 
Griffin, Richard Lapsley, Phi Delta Phi 
Hamrick, Spencer Dean, Sigma Chi. Phi Delta Phi 



Chapel Hill 

Chapel Hill 

Durham 

Reidsville 

Asheville 

Shelbv 



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Third Year 




First Row 
Harris. Max Arlaiul 

Hogaii, Marvin Poiflrous, Phi Alphii Drita 
Howard, Josephine 

Johnston, Paul Alexander, Phi Delia Phi 
Jones, Lamar, Delta Thrta Phi 
Kirhy, Robert William. Dplta ThrK, Phi 



Drexcl 

Chapel Hill 

Fayelteville 

Chapel Hill 

Newport 

Gastonia 



Second Row 
Koonts, Robert Henry, Phi Delta Theta. Phi Delta Phi 
Lambeth, Charles Franklin. Phi Alpha Delta 
Lanier, James Conrad, Jr., Phi iiattitiia Delta 
Lassiter, James Leonard, Phi Beta Sigma 
Lee, J. Kenneth, Kappa Alpha Psi 
McLean, James Dickson, Phi Canniia Delta. Phi Alpha Delta 



High Point 

Thoniasville 

Greenville 

Durham 

Greensboro 

Lumberton 



Thiril Row 
Manning, Richard de^'arman. Phi Delta Phi 
Marsh, William Andrew, Jr., Omega Psi Phi 
Matthews, Thomas Hill, Kappa Alpha. Phi Alpha Pi 
Medlin, Webster Stevens, Phi Delta Phi 
Millikin, Stephen Perry, Zeta Psi. Phi Delta Phi 
Mills, William L., Jr., Phi Delta Phi 



Chapel Hill 

Durham 

Rocky Mount 

Mt. Pleasant 

Halifax 

Concord 



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La^¥ School 



Third Year 



First Row 
Mooiicyliaiii, Grover Cleveland, Phi Alpha Delta 
Moore. Thomas Milton. Delta Theta Phi 
Morris, William Clyde. Jr.. Sigma Chi. Delta Theta Phi 
Morrow, William Henry, Jr., Delta Theta Phi 
Nye, Charles Byers, Phi Delta Phi 
Palmer, Dotson George, Sigma Chi. Phi Delta Phi 
Roberts, Miehael A., Phi Delta Phi 



Clio. Ala. 

Wilson 

Brevard 

Chapel Hill 

Chapel Hill 

Asheville 

Chapel Hill 



Second Rotv 
Ross, Myron Howard 
Ruppe. A. Max, Phi Alpha Delta 
Seay, James Lee. Pi Kappa Phi. Delta Theta Phi 
Simpson, William Frederick 

Smith, William Marshall, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Delta Phi. 
Phi Beta Kappa 

Strain, David Leroy, Jr., Alpha Tall Omega. Phi Delta Phi 

Vann, George Norwood, Delta Theta Phi 



Greensboro 

Mooresboro 

Spencer 

Pink Hill 

Chapel Hill 

Raleigh 

Chapel Hill 



Third Row 
Walker, James Knox, Phi Alpha Delta 
Walker, James Robert, Jr. 
Ward, Joseph Carl, Jr.. Sigma I\'it 
Watson, Romulus Saunders, Delta Theta Phi 
Welling, Charles Muir. Phi Alpha Delta 
Wells, Hugh A., Phi Delta Phi 
Whitmire, Robert Lee, Jr., Delta Theta Phi 
Worth, Allen, Delta Theta Phi 



High Point 

Statesville 

Rowland 

Swan Quarter 

Charlotte 

Shelby 

Henderson 

Jefferson 



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LaTf" School 
i§iecoiid Year 

First Row: Adams, Hoyle Braiiiiork. Phi Delta Phi, 
Lambda Chi Alpha. Heiirlersoiiville; Anderson, 
James William, Phi Alpha Delta. Greensboro; Ash- 
lev, WaUace, Jr., Alpha Tail Omega. Phi Delta Phi. 
Smithfield; Bond, Lyn, Jr., Phi Delta Phi. Sigma 
Nu, Tarboro. 

Second Row: Brinson, Alfred Cameron, Dp/to T/iefo 
Phi, Arapahoe; Broadfoot, Hal Walker, Delta 
Kappa Epsilon. Phi Delta Phi. Favetleville; Brown, 
Willis D., Phi Alpha Delta. Magnolia; Campbell, 
Carlyle, Jr., Theta Chi, Chapel Hill. 



Third Row: Cobb, James Orr, Jr., Phi Delta Theta. 
Durham; Crowell, O. Bernard, Jr., Phi Kappa 
Sigma. Delta Theta Phi. Hendersonville; De Maio, 
Miehael A., Phi Alpha Delta. Chapel Hill; Dolley, 
Steve Bland, Jr., Sigma Phi Epsilon. Chapel Hill, 



Fourth Row: Downs, Kenneth Ray, Phi Delta Phi, 
Pineville; Exum, John B., Jr., Sigma Nu. Rocky 
Mount; Faggart, Harry Edward, Jr., Phi Alpha 
Delta. Concord; Golding, John Gardner, Phi Alpha 
Delta, Try on. 



Fifth Row: Gray, Wallace R., Buxton; Harrell, 
Allen Waylan, Phi Alpha Delta. Colerain; Hatch, 
Edwin Brown, Jr., Chi Phi. Phi Alpha Delta. Pitts- 
boro; Hedrick, James Taylor, Beta Theta Pi. Phi 
Delta Phi, Lexington. 



Sixth Row: Hendrix, Roger B., Winston-Salem; 
Hinshaw, Arned L., Phi Delta Phi, Burlington; 
Hodson, Charlie B., Chapel Hill; Linn, Stable, Jr., 
Delta Kappa Epsilon, Phi Delta Phi. Salisbury. 



Seventh Row: Lock, Robert Earl, Delta Theta Phi. 
Chapel Hill; Keener, Hurshell Hal, Phi Alpha 
Delta, Lenoir; McKnight, Roy Bowman, Jr., Sigma 
Chi. Phi Alpha Delta, Charlotte; Mayo, William 
P., Phi Gamma Delta, Washington. 



Eighth Row: Miller, George J., Pi Kappa Alpha. 
Charlotte; Montgomery, John Robert, Jr., Chi Psi. 
Phi Delta Phi, Chapei Hill; Nichols, Charles Ed- 
ward, Phi Delta Phi, Greensboro; Olive, Hubert 
Ethridge, Jr., Kappa Sigma, Phi Delta Phi, Lexing- 
ton. 



l\inth Rote: Shuping, Jerry Monroe, Alpha Phi 
Omega, Asheboro; Smith, William Whitfield, Phi 
Delta Theta, Phi Alpha Delta, Raleigh; Spainhour, 
Harold Ingram, Phi Alpha Delta, Phi Beta Kappa. 
Beta Gamma Sigma. Winston-Salem; Tate, Samuel 
McDowell, Phi Delta Theta, Phi Alpha Delta, Mor- 
ganton. 




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LaTf" School 
First Year 

Firit Roic: Allsbrook, Richard Brown, Alpha Tau 
Omega, Roanoke Rapids: Baugham, S. Bridgman, 
Washington: Bell, Daniel L.. Jr., Kappa Alpha, 
Pillsboro; Bell, Deane F., Washington; Brock, 
James Moses, Farmington. 



Second Row: Brown, Bruce Johnston, Pi Kappa 
Alpha, Asheville: Camp, Lewis Forman, Jr., Alpha 
Phi Omega. Phi Beta Kappa. Charlotte: Cline, 
Marshall Eugene, Chi Psi, Conover; Cooper, Roy 
Asberny, Jr., Nashville: Dawkins, William Lee, Pi 
Sigma Alpha, Cary. 



Third Koic: Dolley, Eu 



P., Gastonii 



Fenton, 



Marv L., Shavertown, N. Y.: Finch, Foster Davis, 
Jr., Phi Delta Theta, Zebulon; Fisler, Harry Taft, 
Rosehill: Fletcher, Felix Arthur, Phi Kappa Sigma. 
Chapel Hill. 



fourth Koir: Gillespie, James Woodrow, Haw 
River: Gordon. George W., Greensboro: Hilliard, 
Thomas H., High Point: Holland, James White, 
Dallas; Hooper, John O., Saluda. 



fifth Hoic: Ingram, John Randolph. Sigma Chi 
Phi Beta Kappa. Beta Gamma Sigma. Asheboro 
Johnson. Clyde Bradley, Kappa Sigma. Benson 
■ • Robert William, Pi Kappa Phi. Reids 

les, Durward Spencer, Win " " 

e, Jr., Mount Holly 



Johns 
ville: J 
kale, H 



Filn 



ston-Sale 



Sixth Koir: Kinnebrew, Thomas Richard, Phi Delta 
Theta. Americus, Ga.: Koslow, Jack Everett, Pi 
Lambda Phi. Alpha Phi Omega. University City, 
Mo.; Lewis, Harrison, Theta Chi, Cashiers; Mahler, 
William August, Jr., Tarboro: Nicol, Roderick M., 
Lexington. 



Seienth Row: Palmer, Horace William, Durham; 
Post, Edward Ncal, Winston-Salem: Pridgen, Elton 
Claude, Selma: Proctor, James Dick, Chi Psi. 
Whitcville: Pullen, Lucius Wilson, Kappa Alpha. 



Rockv Mo 



nt. 



Eighth Row: Ramsey, Earle Gene, Delta Kappa 
Eptilon. Chapel Hill: Reid, William George, Pilot 
Mountain: Rock, Andrew Jackson, Kinston; Shaw, 
Alexander Turner, Jr., Chapel Hill; Siegel, Joel 
Herbert, Pi Lambda Phi, Phi Eta Sigma. Phi Beta 
Kappa, Salisbury. 



Ninth Row: Thornburg, Lacy Herman, Hunters- 
ville; Waggoner, William Johnson. Kappa Alpha, 
Salisbury; White, James David, Kannapolis; 
Young, Thomas Lee, Lexington. 



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The University's School of Public Health is one of 
the leaders among the ten accredited schools of 
public health in the nation. It has received national 
and international acclaim as a pathfinder in public 
health sciences and for its emphasis on the net 
worth of the public health team. The foresight of 
the administration and the faculty has cleared the 
way for even greater progress. 

Many of those who have received training here 
are applying those principles in foreign countries 
with the oltjective of helping the peoples of all 
nations to help themselves. 

\^'hile most of the student body is made up of 
North Carolinians, many others come from almost 
every state with a hea^'y representation from the 




DR. E. G. McGAVRAN 
Dean of the School 



School of Public Health 



FACULTY 

First Roic: Margaret Harris, Frances MacKinnon, Margaret Blee, Elta Mae Mast, Lucy S. Morgan • Second Row: Wilton E. 
Vannier. Ruth W. Hay, H. G. Baity, John J. Wright, E. G. McGavran, Margaret B. Dolan, Alpha Kenny, Rosemary M. Kent 
• Third Roiv: Eunice Tyler, G. O. Doak, Sidney S. Chipman, M. L. Granstroni, Eugene Taylor, B. G. Greenberg, Emil T. 
Chanlett, J. D. Thayer, A. H. Bryan. James R. Hendricks. 




School of Public Health 



southeastern regions. The presence of a number 
of students from foreign lands adds a cosmopolitan 
touch and affords opportunities for the healthy 
exchange of ideas. 

Programs of study are designed to prepare pro- 
fessional public health people in the fields of Pub- 
lic Health Administration, Nutrition, Public Health 
Education, Maternal and Chiid Health, Public 
Health Nursing, Parasitology, Sanitary Engineer- 
ing, Sanitary Science, and Statistics. The purpose 
of all study is to develop positive means of pro- 
viding effective public health services to all people. 

THE STUDENT ORGANIZATION 

The Student Organization, composed of elected 
representatives from each department, plans the 
social calendar and attends to student business 
affairs. 



The vigorous pursuit of academic and practical 
learning is tempered by occasional social events. 
Students, faculty, guests, and their families join in 
relaxation and good fellowship to the mutual ad- 
vantage of all. Here again emphasis is placed upon 
association betMcen people of different specialties. 
In addition to the activities of the entire student 
body of the School of Public Health, there are de- 
partmental affairs which serve to further promote 
social interests. 

Since most of the students complete their gradu- 
ate studies within twelve months, time is crowded 
with endless activities. One year is such a brief 
period in which to absorb much of that which the 
University and Chapel Hill have to offer. However, 
that same feverish pitch of movement joins the in- 
dividual so closely with the spirit and traditions of 
his class. School, and the University that the ties 
endure and strengthen with time. 



BACTERIOLOGY LABORATORY (U.S.P.H.S.) 
Department of Experimental Medicine. School of Public Health 




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STUDENT ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE 
First Row. Left to Right: Edith Peltv, Rebecca Broach, Marth Choate • Second Rotv: Jerome D. Niles, Jr., Dr. W. J. Peeples, 
Leo Corbo, Gerald Specter. 



PUBLIC HEAITH ADMINISTRATION, MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH AND NUTRITION STUDENTS 
First RoK, Left to Right: Dr. W. N. Tavlor, Emily Wade, Rabiab Vachananda, Elizabeth Steele. Willa Lynch • Secottd Rote: 
Dr. J. B. Bryson, Dr. W. L. Mendis. Dr. W. J. Peeples, Dr. Mary H. Michal, Ruth Connor • Third Roic: Hans A. Bruch, Dr. 
Margaret Peeples, M. F. McNullv, Dr. Otto Hoke, Rebecca Broach, June Hudson • Fourth Rate: Dr. Helen Bellhouse, Howard 
Abbott, Dr. R. E. Roges, Dr. Jorge Pcnalba. Dr. J. R. Thomas. J. E. Crank. 




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HEALTH EDUCATORS 

First Row, Left to Right: Velma Lewii 
Dina Salvatori, Ann Snipes. 

Second Row: Patrick Accardi, Charles { 
Clark, John R. Allen, Monroe Lott. 



Third Roi 
Thos Gibs 



J. L. Pierce, Henry Ro 
, Alan Young. 



Fourth Row: Jerome D. Niles, Elmer 
Johnson, Joseph H. Huff, Thos. Grogan, 
William Becque. 



Fifth Row: Wilbu 
Clarence E. Pearso 



, James Long, 
aid Specter. 




l§!ehool of 



PUBLIC HEALTH NURSES 
Fim Row: Janice P. Motley, Dorothy L. kamin, Alice E. Ford, Rebecca L. Harrington, Georginna Horta, Janie Johnston, Jewel 
Christian • Second Row: Juanity McGuire, Milza Barcellos, Mildred Bahm, Hilda Sneeringer, Josephine Sceisi, Martha Choate, 
Gladys Hinsdale • Third Row: Jean Caitley, Frances Armfield, Florence Sackett, Lee Duke, Virginia Phillips, Allie Culler, Mattie 
Smith, Jennie Stokes • Fourth Row: Ann Bland, Estelle Mikell, Frances Tarlton, Betty Linton, Ila Jackson, Edith Pett> . 




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PARASITOLOGISTS 

First Roic, Left to Right: Charles W. 
Kim, James M. Holey, Paul G. McGuire. 

Second Row; H. G. Ellinghausen, Jr., 
W. F. Riddle, McWilson Warren, Coil 
M. Coker. 



Public Health 



SANITARIANS AND SANITARY ENGINEERS 
First Roiv, Left to Right: M. Nour Eddine Rifa'e, Robertson C. Farrow, Rov Glover, Eduardo Revelo-Paredes, Ricardo Marchan, 
Bendieto Adan, Patricio Labra-Prez • Second Row: Friedrich O. Wieselsberger, Vernon E. Sloulin, Jay R. Hodes, John S. Long, 
Marvin Leff, Enrique Rowe-Martinez, Edward J. Puscas • Third Row: Richard E. Marland, J. G. Hall, Haroldo Jezler, Cline R. 
Munsey. Roberto Blume-Burbank • Fourth Row: Leo Corbo, Carl W. Bartholomai, Presley E. McKissic, Dan D. Gowings, J. D. 
Moore. 




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School of Medicine 



The School of Medicine was established in 1879 
under the direction of Dr. Thomas W. Harris. A 
course in theoretical and practical medicine was 
offered under the preceptorial system, but the plan 
was found impractical and abandoned in 1886. In 
1890, a more orderly and logical arrangement of 
the subjects in the medical course having developed, 
it became possible for an institution without clini- 
cal facilities to offer instruction in the pre-clinical 
subjects, and the school was reopened with Dr. 
Richard H. Whitehead as Dean and Professor of 



Anatomy. Under his guidance it soon won recogni- 
tion for thoroughness of instruction and excellence 
in scholarship and has since continued without 
interruption to its growth. At first the course cover- 
ed only one year, but in 1896, the medical course 
having been extended in the better class of schools 
to four years, a two-year course was inaugurated. In 
1900 the School of Medicine was incorporated as 
an integral part of the University and was reorgan- 
ized to meet the requirements of the first two years 
of the full four-year course leading to the degree of 



MEDICAL SCHOOL FACULTY 
First Row: J. H. Ferguson, L. B. Truscolt, D. A. MaoPherson, W. R. Berryliill, Dean; J. B. Bullill. H. D. Parks, E. M. Hedgpeth, W. C. George 
• Second Roic: C. T. Kaylor, E. P. Hialt, N. A. Womack, M. C. Swanlon, W. G. Morgan, F. W. Ellis, G. P. Manire, J. B. Graham • Third 
Row: W. R. Straughn, C. W. Hooker, J. H. Brown, J. A. Taylor, G. D. Peniek, J. L. Irvin, J. E. Wilson • Fourth Row: H. C. Patterson, 
C. D. Van Cleave, C. H. Burnett, T. C. Butler, J. A. Green, K. M. Brinkhous, J. C. Andrews • Fifth Row: R. Wagner, R. D. Langdell, 
M. Huppert, T. Z. Csaky • Missing: G. S. Taylor, C. B. Taylor, R. B. Lindsat, S. B. Alexander, C. E. Anderson, M. K. Berkut. 




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MEDICAL SCHOOL HONOR 
COUNCIL 

Sealed, Left to Right: Charles 
H. Powell, L. Stanley Averett, 
Jr., Robert C. Jordan, Jr. 

Second Rote: Charles L. 
Herring, William D. Huffines, 
O. F. Roddey, Jr., Joe 
Robinson. 




Doctor of Medicine. In 1902 it was expanded into a 
four-year school, and the clinical subjects of the 
third and fourth years were offered in Raleigh un- 
der the direction of Dr. Hubert A. Royster as Dean. 
After a few years of successful operation, the plan 
had to be abandoned for lack of financial support, 
and the clinical years were abandoned. 



The School has been a member of the Associ- 
ation of American Medical Colleges since 1908 and 
is on the approved list of schools of basic medical 
sciences as published by the Council on Medical 
Edtication and Hospitals of the American Medical 
Association. 



WHITEHEAD OFFICERS 
Alex G. Webb, Jr. Joseph L. DeWalt 

President Vice-President 





DR. W. R. BERRYHILL 
Dean of the School 




SKCOND-YEAR iMEDICAL STUDENTS 
First Row: A. G. Webb, Fresidenl; D. L. Collins, Vice-President; A. J. Diab, Treasurer; S. G. W ilson. Secretary • Second Row: J. H. Rickcn- 
backer, A. D. Walker. W. M. Vinson, S. Z. Lippard, W. H. Weinel, R. H. Vinson, B. M. Moore, G. D. Newton • Third Row: T. F. Stallings, 
J. L. DeWall, C. B. Fulghum, T. E. Lassiter, J. K. Bridgers, A. Spencer, H. B. Sherrill • Fourth Roic: E. S. Williams, L. K. Cowan, J. C. 
Parke • Fifth Row: C. H. Owens, R. P. Thomas, T. H. Patterson, D. M. Anderson, E. J. Perrv, C. L. Quinn, R. S. Jones, J. F. S. Saunders 
• Sixth Row: C. L. Guv, H. C. Hemmings, C. G. Robertson, W. D. Huffines, N. H. Swann, J. C. Ward, W. J. Grant • Serenth Row: C. T. 
Parlrick, H. D. Tvndall. L. S. Averell, P. H. Brigman, G. D. Presley, W. C. Mahaffee • Eighth Row: C. H. Powell, M. Fleishman, G. W. 
Brown, W. F. Kampschmidt, R. I. Walker, R. L. Tonilinson, H. P. Lineberger, H. G. Williamson • Missing: D. D. Conkwright, J. F. Graves, 
J. Robinson, L. C. Spillman, W. G. Thurman, A. D. Wolff, V. A. WUson. 

OFFICERS 
Alex G. Webb, Jr. David L. CoUins, Jr. 

President Vice-President 



Second -Year 
Medical Students 

The curriculum is similar to that in the first two 
years of the better four-year medical schools in 
the country. It covers all the pre-clinical or labora- 
tory subjects of the four-year course in medicine, 
as well as introductory clinical courses in the last 
two quarters of the second year. These courses in 
medicine, clinical diagnosis, clinical pathology, 
surgery and obstetrics serve to lessen the abrupt- 
ness of the change from the laboratory situation to 
the clinical. 

The School has an arrangement with Watts Hos- 
pital in Durham whereby the ward and dispensary 
patients are available for teaching purposes in the 
clinical courses. The clinical material at the State 
Hospital in Raleigh, the State Tubercular Sana- 
torium at Wilson and the patients in the Tri-Counly 
Health Clinic are available for teaching purposes. 




Stephen G. W ilson, Jr. 
Secretary 



Albert J. Diab 
Treasurer 



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FIRST- YEAR MEDICAL STUDENTS 
First Row: F. W. Glover, R. L. Golby, C. W. Rogers, J. D. Groseclose, I. D. Godwin, J. E. Glenn, C. L. Herring, G. W. Barnard • Second 
Row: R. L. McKnight, S. G. Jenkins, P. F. Shelburne, V. L. James, Secretary; P. Z. Dunn, W. L. London • Third Row: C. L. Johnson, E. O. 
Diggs, A. C. Miller, H. W. Abernelhv, J. L. Lamm, R. C. Jordon, W. W. White, J. W. Foust • Fourth Row: G. C. Dickson, H. L. Evans, 
B. L. Hamilton, L. C. McCaskell, O. F. Roddey, T. P. Moore, W. J. Waddell, G. R. Tucker, Treasurer • Fifth Row: H. P. Roberts, G. I. 
Richardson, R. L. Summerlin, C. R. McLain, Vice-President: W. E. Deyton, R. E. Brooks, J. W. Gainer • Sixth Row: F. A. Stewart, W. H. 
While, R. D. White, C. C. Dudley, F. C. Morrison, S. L. Mooring, A. S. Lineberger, President; R. T. Savage • Serenlh Row: S. B. Joyner, 
E. T. Chandler, R. G. Brame, G. E. Cox, J. T. Monroe, H. L. Stephenson. J. S. Albergotti, W. C. Ruffin, H. Adams, J. W. Hayes, C. F. 
Eddinger. 



OFFICERS 



Adrian S. Linberger, Jr 
President 



R. McLain, Jr 
Vice-President 




First -Year 
Medical Stiideiitis 

The Whitehead Society is the time-honored organi- 
zation of the Medical School. It was created in 1908 
primarily through the idea of Dr. Erasmus H. 
Kloman, then a second year medical student, and 
named in honor of Dr. R. H. Whitehead, the first 
Dean of the School. All medical students are mem- 
hers of the society. The officers are the four mem- 
hers with the highest academic standing at the 
completion of the first year's work. The student 
medical society sponsors programs hy eminent men 
in the profession as well as student participation 
programs complementary to those of local and 
state medical societies. Under the direction of the 
Whitehead Society Social Committee, various events 
are provided throughout the year. The orientation 
program and Whitehead dinner in the fall, the 
annual dance of the winter quarter, and the student- 
faculty day in the spring highlight these events. 



Pag, 137 




W. W. PIERSON 
Dean of the School 



Graduate School 



Following the Civil War and during a part of the distressing period of Reconstruction, the 
doors of the llniversity were closed. With the reopening of the institution in 1875, the 
authorities proceeded almost immediately to estahjish graduate study as a recognized Uni- 
versity enterprise. 

During the administration of President Venahle (1900-1914), the Graduate School 
was organized in 1903 and the Deanship of the graduate department was created. The first 
Dean, Professor Charles Alphonso Smith, who was appointed in 1903. headed a committee 
of five memhers on graduate study. The President and the committee were concerned with 
the formulation and effective administration of high standards. Courses separate and dis- 
tinct from those carrying undergraduate credit were organized and offered. 

President Edward Ki<lder Graham, who was installed in office in 1894, enlarged and 
strengthened the faculty. He hrought to the ITniversity many persons then and later active 
in scholarly production. 

A Committee on the Graduate School, composed of five memhers, was appointed to 
consider plans and principles of reorganization. Lfnder the forceful leadership of Dean 
Greenlaw, the committee reviewed the Graduate School as to its structure, requirements, 
accomplishments, and aims. In 1920, the committee of five was expanded into an Admini- 
strative Board of eight memhers, nominated hy the Dean and appointed hy the President. 
In addition to Ijeing an administrative hody, the Board in effect became an executive council 
and, in a limited sense, a legislative council. As now organized, it is composed of twelve 
members, with the Dean as Chairman ; four of the members represent the Division of the 
Humanities, four the Division of Social Science, and four the Division of Mathematics 
and Science. 

As recommended by the Administrative Board, a Graduate Faculty was organized in 
1920. The degrees offered under the supervision of the faculty are Master of Arts, Master 
of Science, and Doctor of Philosophy. In addition there are professional graduate degrees 
in education, public health, regional planning, and social work. 



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Graduate School 



First Row: Abernethy, Paula Ruth, English, Lenoir; Bloomberg, Helen Graubert, Social Work, Fort Bragg; 
Boozer, George Drafts, Alpha Psi Omega, Mu Beta Tau. Dramatic Arts, Lexington, S. C. ; Bowman, Frank 
Otto, Jr.. Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Geology, Ft. Belvoir, Va.; BoMiiian, Rebecca Ann, Pi Beta Phi, English, 
Cleveland, Tenn.; Bowman. Susan, Education, Johnson City, Tenn.; Cannady, Cleo King, Social Work, 
Guilford College. 

Second Row: Chance, Catherine Deriseau, Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Kappa Phi, Chi Omega. French, Athens, Ga.; 
Clark, John Edwards, Romance Languages. Dallas, Texas; Clarke. Mary Gray, Music, Washington, D. C; 
Clarkson, Cama. Phi Beta Kappa, English, Charlotte; Correll, Anne R., Library Science, Winston-Salem; 
Cotton, William Donaldson, History, Mars Hill; Councill, Richard J., Sigma Chi, Geology, Salisbury. 

Third Row: Cox, Mary Dixon. Sigma Kappa. Education. Mount Olive; Crawley, Robert Lynn, Phi Gamma 
Delta. Accounting, Marion; Dahlberg, Richard Ernest, Sigma Gamma Epsilon. Geography, Erie, Pa.; Daniel, 
Harold Zane, Business Administration, Blanch; Danieley, James Earl, Phi Delta Kappa, Chemistry, Elon 
College; Davis, Virginia Lee, Spanish, French, Maryville, Tenn.; Diamond, Earl Louis, Mathematical Sta- 
tistics, Miami Beach, Fla. 

Fourth Row: Dunlap, Edwin Harper, Romance Languages, Biscoe; Ebert, Charles H. V., Sigma Gamma 
Epsilon, Geography, Durham; Edcrma, Heinz Martin, Biological Chemistry, Hickory; Fresh, James William, 
Greek, Physiology, Hickory; Gehan. Edmund Alpheus, Mathematical Statistics. Brooklyn, N. Y.; Geisser, 
Seymour, Mathematical Statistics, Brooklyn, IV. Y.; Greer, Bessie Louelma, English. Lexington. 

Fifth Row: Gruninger, Robert Park, Zeta Psi, Bacteriology, Fanwood, N. J.; Hashizume, Sadao, Education, 
Mie-Ken, Japan; Howell, Stella Frances, Sociology, Canton; Huntley, William Robert, Romance Languages, 
Spindale; limori. Torn, English, Himeji-Shi, Japan; Inui, Isamu, English, Nakasato, Japan; Jarrard, Nor- 
man Eugene, English, Winston-Salem. 




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Graduate 




First Row: Jayiies, Edward Y., Business Adniiiistra- 
lion, Morganton; Jennings, James Murray, Kappa 
Alpha. Sigma Gamma Epsilon. Geography. Chapel 
Hill; Jessup, Carolyn Speight, Physical Education. 
Health, Hobbsville; Johnson, Elmer Marcus, Pub- 
lic Health, Clayton. 



Second Row: Jones. Wilma J.. Pi Beta Phi. Phi 
Beta Kappa. Psychology, Memphis, Tenn.; Kantor. 
Mildred Beatrice, Phi Beta Kappa. Alpha Kappa 
Delta. Sociology, Rochester, N. Y.; kasemsant. 
Suprapada, American Literature, Banokok, Siam ; 
Kerley, David Moorman, Phi Beta Kappa. Alpha 
Kappa Psi. Pi Mu Epsilon. Mathematical Statistics, 
Morganton. 



Third Row: Kinard, Frank Efird. Chi Phi. Physics, 
INewberry. S. C. ; King. Robert Edward. Education, 
Beaufort; Lancaster, Patricia Jane, Education, Cas- 
talia; Leff, Marvin, Public Heahh, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Fourth Row: Lewis, Henry Byrd. Theta Chi. Jour- 
nalism, Raleigh; Link, William James, Lambda 
Chi Alpha, Alpha Chi Sigtua. Chemistry, Lexing- 
ton; Loniax, Deane Ritch, Education, Charlotte; 
McKinney, Claude Eugene, Creative Painting, 
Walkertown. 



Fifth Row: McMaster, Mary Carlisle, Zoology, 
Winnsboro, S. C; Martin. John Walter. Jr., Rho 
Chi. Kappa Psi. Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Penn 
Laird, Va.; Miller, Martha Virginia, Mathematics, 
Nathans Creek; Milligan, Barton, Cheniistrv, West- 
field, N. J. 



Sixth Row: Mitchell, Earl Francis. Business Ad- 
ministration, Greensboro; Mittelstadt, Billy Oliver. 
Business Administration, Reidsville; Miyamoto, 
Fumi, Mathematical Statistics, Nara, Japan: Mo- 
line, Edwin, Jr., Phi Beta Kappa, Philosophy, 
Chapel Hill. 



Seventh Row: Moore, John David, Public Health, 
Granite Falls; Moore. Thomas Bryan, Phi Beta 
Kappa, Biological Chemistry, Winston-Salem : 
Moriguti, Sigeiti, Sigma Xi, Mathematical Statistics. 
Tokvo, Japan; Morris, William Edgar, English, 
Chapel Hill. 



Eighth Row: Morrison, Donald Ian, Mathematics, 
Bristol, Tenn.; Morse. Charles Sidney. Sigma 
Gamma Epsilon. Geology, Tampa, Fla.; Morton. 
Jere Leonard. Jr.. Physical Education, Raleigh: 
Muehlke, Paul Hildner, Physiology, Chapel Hill. 



iSinth Roiv: Murrill, Donald Pitt. Music, Richmond. 
Va.; Nelson, Philip Francis, Phi Beta Kappa. 
Musicolog?', Waseca, Minn.; Nungesser, William 
Charles, Sigmn Chi. Physiology. Chapel Hill: 
Olsen, William Anderson, Jr.. Kappa Sigma. Ge- 
ology, Chapel Hill. 



School 



First Row: Padgett, Jack Herbert, Mathematics. 
Chapel Hill; Park, John Faircloth, Phi Mu Alpha. 
Music, Greenville, S. C. ; Pavne, James Edward, 
Sigma Gamma Epsilon. Geography, Roanoke, Va.; 
Peterson, William M., English, West Willington. 
Conn. 



Second Roic: Phelps, Henry E., Bacteriology, Ashe- 
ville; Ragland, Wynne, Sigma I\u. Business Ad- 
ministration, Birmingham, Ala.; Ratledge, Hayes 
Osteen, Business Administration, Guilford College; 
Reagan, Carol Suzanne, Physical Education, Weav- 
erville. 



Third Row: Rice, Marcia Ann. Comparative Lin- 
guistics, Norfolk, Va.; Richards, Nancy Judith. 
Delta Delta Delta. Education, Beckley, W. Va.; 
Robertson, Lee, Physical Education, Danville, Va.; 
Rose. Edith P., Social Work, Smithfield. 



Fourth Row: Rosser, James K., Alpha Chi Sigma, 
Sigma Chi, Chemistry, Chapel Hill; Rotha, Char- 
line, Physical Education, Waynesville; RuiBn, Bar- 
bara Dare, Education, Wilson; Scholl, George 
Stephens, Sigma Chi. Physics, Charlotte. 



Fifth Rote: Snavely, Richard Franklin, Dramatic 
Art, HagerstowTi, Md.; Somerville, Waller Gray, 
Jr., Education, Barnardsville; Sorenson, Lucy Jean, 
Personnel Administration, Newport News, Va. ; 
Spence, Earl J., Personnel Administration, Pink 
Hill. 



Sixth Row: Spencer, Virginia Claire, Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi, English, West Palm Beach, Fla.; Stacy, 
Emily Mildred, Botany, Washington, D. C. ; Staf- 
ford, Ivan Blum, Education, Crossnore; Stewart, 
Milton Graham, Physical Education, Erwin. 



Seventh Row: Suenaga, Kuniaki, English, Tokyo, 
Japan: Terrell, Simon Fleming, Physical Educa- 
tion, Warrenton; Lemura. Kazuo, Mathematical 
Statistics, Tokyo, Japan; Underwood, Marks Pur- 
rington. Alpha Chi .Sigma. Chemistry, Bailey. 



Eighth Row: Warlick. Henry Conrad, English, Gas- 
tonia; Watts, John Conway, Sigma .\ii. Chemistry, 
Brvson City; Weeden, Joan Blanchard, Sociology, 
Matunuck, R. I.; White, C. Michael, Thela Chi, 
Economics, Chapel Hill. 



Ninth Row: White, Margaret Jane, Education, 
Winston-Salem; ^liitenack. Rebecca McKethan. 
Social Work, Fayetteville; Williams, John Edgar, 
Political Science, Wilmington; Zarker, John Wil- 
liam, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Sigma Kappa. Classics, 
Lancaster. Pa. 





Air Force ROTC 



Department of Air Science 

FACULTY 
First RoK, Left to Right: Assos. Professors: Lt.-Col. M. T. Orr, Lt.-Col. R. H. Baker; Professor of Air Science and 
Tactics: Lt.-Col. J. J. Moorhead; Assistant Professors: Major R. L. Bunting, Major INoel Carpenter • Second Row: 
Assistant Professors: Major J. O. Young, Capt. J. S. Schofield, Capt. E. D. Robertson; Instructors: T-Sgt. T. R. 
St. Louis, M-Sgt. B. R. Daughertv • Third Row: Instructors: M-Sgl. M. Pennella, M-Sgt. L. T. Eure, T-Set. R. F. 
Condit, M-Sgt. D. L. Spires, M-Sgt. W. L. Dunlap. 




CADET STAFF 
First Row, Left to Right: Col. J. R. Strickland, Group Commander; Lt.-Col. L. F. Bolto, Croup Executive Officer 
• Second Row: Maj. F. M. White, Operations Officer; Capt. A. P. Shveda, Special Service Officer; Maj. W. F. 
Redding, Personnel Officer; Maj. R. E. Thomas, Group Adjutant; Maj. R. E. Goodueather, Comptroller; Maj. 
N. C. Hu, Supply Officer; Capt. J. P. Mahoney, Public Information Officer • Third Row: M-Sgt. J. A. Bell, Group 
First Sgt.; S-Sgt. A. G. Anderson, Operations; S-Sgt. L. B. Moon. Special Services; S-Sgl. A. R. Perrv, Personnel; 
S-Sgt. H. C. Sigman, Comptroller; S-Sgt. C. A. Collins, Supply; S-Sgt. J. McKev; Public Information • Fourth 
Row: M-Sgt. T. A. Whitley, Color Guard, 2nd Lt. R. M. Mavs, Color Bearer; 2nd Lt. J. M. Miller, Color Bearer; 
M-Sgt. C. J. Butler, Color Guard; Cadet J. R. Walder, Clerk. 



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BAND OFFICERS 
Lpft to Right: Li.-Col. E. S. Coley, Band Coni- 
inander; Capt. J. B. Craig, Executive Officer. 



RIFLE TEAM 
Left to Right: R. C. Ingram, B. T. Watlington, Captain; J. P. Du Bose, M-Sgt. M. 
Pennella, Coach. 

Second Row: M. C. Buie, E. M. Page, D. W. Aderholdt, J. M. Du Bose. 
Third Roic: D. D. Olsen, R. E. Massie, C. A. Pafife. 



Air Force ROT€ 



Now in its fifth year at the University of North 
Carolina, the Air Force Reserve Officers Training 
Corps has grown to l)e an important part of college 
life for many students. It is the purpose of the Air 
Force ROTC to select and train students, who pos- 



sess the character, intelligence and sense of duty, 
to hecome Air Force officers and responsible citi- 
zens. The cadets learn the part the Air Force takes 
in National Defense and to perform the duties of 
junior Air Force officers. Having received this 



BAND 




Squadron A 

training the student will be of more value to him- 
self and to the nation in times of peace or emer- 
gency. 

The courses offered by the AFROTC have a 
general educational value affording colleges and 
universities a means for practical training in or- 
ganization, leadership, and discipline which will 
be of value to the student in any career he may 




OFFICERS 

Left to Right: Capt. O. E. Cordel, Flight Coniniander; 
Capt. J. A. Myall, Flight Commander; Lt.-Col. B. E. 
James, Commanding Officer; Capt. R. L. Hartsell, 
Flight Commander; 1st Lt. M. G. Goodweather, 
Squadron Adjutant. 



SQUADRON A 



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OFFICERS 
Left to Right: Capl. H. N. Ward, Flight Conimander; 
Capt. I. E. Sawitz, Flight Commander; Lt.-Col. W. R. 
BurkhoWer, Squadron Conimander: Capt. L. A. 
Clark. Flight Commander; 1st Lt. E. P. Williams, 
Squadron Adjutant. 



Squadron B 

undertake. The courses offered are of four years 
duration and have regular Department of Instruc- 
tion status in the University. 

The University of North Carolina is one of over 
one hundred and eighty-five colleges and universi- 
ties which participate in the Air Force Reserve 
Officers Training Corps program. Over seven hun- 
dred students are enrolled and have their choice 
of three fields of specialization during their Junior 



SQUADRON B 




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Squadron C 

and Senior years : Air Comptrollership, Public 
Information, of the new specialty, Flight Opera- 
tions. The department offers the only ROTC Public 
Information curriculum in the entire United States. 
Academic credits toward degrees are allowed as 
in other departments, and an opportunity is given 
to outstanding students to accept commissions in 
the Regular Air Force. Other graduates are com- 
missioned in the Air Force Reserve. 




OFFICERS 
Left to Right: Capt. W. L. Hill, Flight Commander; 
Capt. C. Cobb, Flight Commander; Lt.-Col. G. S. 
Blaekwelder, Jr., Squadron Commander; Capt. J. E. 
Willingham, Flight Commander; 1st Lt. W. E. Gra- 
ham, Squadron Adjutant. 




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OFFICERS 

Left to Right: Capt. G. N. Hutton, Jr., Flight Coni- 
niander; Capt. L. M. Cheek, Flight Commander; Lt.- 
Col. R. M. Creed, Squadron Commander; Capt. K. F. 
Howard, Flight Commander; 1st Lt. P. H. Proctor, 
Squadron Adjutant. 



Squadron D 

This year the Air Force ROTC was active in 
many phases of college life, integrating civilian 
and military experience for the cadets. A joint 
dance, held annually in conjunction with the Naval 
ROTC and other activities, including the Armed 
Forces Day Parade and other important town and 
University celebrations, augmented this military- 
social phase of cadet training. 



SQUADRON D 




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Squadron E 

Through drill practice and the administration 
of the cadet organization, students learn the prin- 
ciples of practicing command in staff and field 
work. This phase is extended to the juniors in the 
form of summer camps during peacetime years. 

Constituting the principal source of junior of- 
ficers for the Reserve and a major source for the 
Regular Air Force, A F R O T C fulfills an im- 
portant need in National Defense. In its training 



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OFFICERS 
Left to Right: Capl. R. W. Parlier, Flight Coni- 
inander; Capt. R. S. Green, Flight Cotninander; Lt.- 
Col. C W. Crone, Squadron Commander; Capt. O. T. 
Watkin«, Flight Commander; 1st Lt. A. E. Brinson, 
Adjutant. 



SOliADRON E 




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OFFICERS 
Left to Right: Capl. H. A. Cullpepper. Flight Coiii- 
niaiider; Capt. J. A. Prince. Flight Cominancler, Lt.- 
Col. J. R. Woniaek, Squadron Commander; Capt. 
T. G. Hesn.er. Flight Commander; 1st Lt. H. J. Gold- 
stein. Squadron Adjutant. 



§ic|uadroii F 

of cadets, the program instills by precept, example, 
ami student participation the attributes of char- 
acter, personality, and leadership indispensable 
to every officer of the Air Force. The graduated 
student, with a balanced course of officer-develop- 
ment and career training in conjunction with his 
academic curriculum is qualified to discharge all 
duties and responsibilities which may be required 
of him as a junior officer of any component of the 
United States Air Force. 



SQUADRON F 




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Naval ROT€ 



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IVaval ROTC 



The objectives of the Naval Reserve Officers' Train- 
ing Corps are twofohl; to provide a steady supply 
of well-educated Junior Officers for active duty in 
the Line or Staff of the Navy or Marine Corps, and 
to build a reserve of officers subject to call in the 
event of national eniereency. 



There are 52 NROTC units at various colleges 
and universities throughout the country. From 
these units and the U. S. Naval Academy at An- 
napolis comes the major portion of the officers 
for the Navy and Marine Corps. 



INSTRUCTORS 
T. E. Bass, Lt., USN; F. C. Caldwell, Maj., USMC 
J. S. Keating, Capt., USN; J. A. Mauhews. LCDR 
USN; B. F. Wheeler, Sgl., USMC; L. E. Woodall, Lt. 
USN; G. E. French, Lt.. USN; L. E. Coonev, Lt., USN 
G. R. Langford, FCC, USN; J. C. Perkins, QMC, USN 
J. V. Gantt, ETI, USN; S. F. Roberts, YNC, USN 
J. C. Williamson, SKC, USN, C. N. Elliot, GMC, USN 




BATTALION STAFF 
Riohard F. Davis, Jr., Battalion Commander; Joseph 
J. Gray, Jr., Battalion Exeontive Officer; John Caziii, 
Jr., Battalion Operations Officer; William C. Hollon, 
Assistant Battalion Operations Officer; John J. Fere- 
bee, Supply Officer; Thomas H. Staton, Battalion 
Mustering Petty Officer; Henry Bowers, Battalion 
Assistant Mustering P. O.; William T. Wolf. Bat- 
talion Communications Officer. 




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DRUM AND BLGLE CORPS 




FIRST COMPANY OFFICERS 
Lloyd B. Smith, Company Commander; 
Allan J. Donald, Co. Executive Officer; 
Jack W. Hopkins, Assistant Co. Executive 
Officer; Tad T. Riley. 2nd Plat. Com- 
mander; Dalton D. Ruffin, 1st Plat. Com- 
mander; William A. Hord, Jr., 3rd Plat. 
Commander. 



COLOR GUARD 
Arthur J. Eagan, National Ensign Guard; 
Thomas R. Kinnebrew. National Ensign; 
Edmund M. Waller, Jr., NROTC Ensign; 
Robert L. Anderson, NROTC Ensign 
Guard. 



FIRST COMPANY 




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SECOND COMPANY 




SECOND COMPANY OFFICERS 
George M. Stephens, Company Com- 
mander; Woodward W. Williams, Jr., Co. 
Executive Officer; Herbert E. Davis, Jr., 
Asst. Co. X.O.; Henry C. Fisher, Jr., 1st 
Plat. Commander; Howard B. Hodges, 3rd 
Plat. CDR; William B. York, Jr., 2nd 
Plat. CDR. 



THIRD COMPANY OFFICERS 
Robert L. Strickland, Co. CDR; Gerald 
W. Dorn. Co. X.O.; James W. G. Wooll- 
cott, 1st Plat. CDR; Eugene F. Brigham, 
2nd Plat. CDR; Hubert O. Teer, Jr., 3rd 
Plat. CDR. 



THIRD COMPANY 




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isporis; 



Majnw Sparis 



Mniramurals 



Coed Sporis 



Monogramniers admire football trophy 




Line fornix al thf 



The Carolina Monogram Clul) is the 
University's organization of letter 
winners in varsity sports and has 
as its purpose the promotion of 
friendship among the monogram 
winners and service to the campus. 




rr<«i(liiit Dick Bestwiek 



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MONOGRAM CLUB 
First Row: Creenbauin, Weeks, Hamrick, Tom Rav, Kaufman, Booker. Henning, Herring, Willis. Howell, Aaron • Secoiiil 
Row: Mao Ray, Sherman, Dudeok, Bell, White, Sylvia, Sapp, Moore, Wall, Ambler • Third Row: Love, Port, Pazdan, Pliillips, 
Cornell, Williams, Hughes, Williamson, Basescue, Bell • Fourth Row: O'Brien, Venters. McAllister, Jordan. Duvall. Allston, 
Webb, Milton, Bestwiok • Fifth Row: Evans, Stevens, Ernst, Marsh, Dawes, Bennett, Coodin, Dorn, Crimmins • Sixth Row: 
Tinkham, King, Kelso, Lindsley, Hill, Cole, Burgess, Heyn. 

Among the activities of the Monograin Chih are the awarding of the annual Monogram Club scholar- 
ships to deserving high school students, sponsorship of the Blue-White football game in the spring, 
welcoming visiting athletes to Carolina and a program which has brought groups from State orphanages 
to home football games. These activities are just a few of the many and varied programs in which the Mono- 
gram Club participates. Monogram Club members strive to uphold the traditions of fair play and good 
sportsmanship in all their endeavors. Officers for the year were : President, Dick Bestwick ; Vice-President, 
Barry Farber; and Secretary, Cecil Milton. 



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Captain Jor Dinlrck niiil \li<'riiat<- Captain Bob Gantt 



Football 



COACHING STAFF 
Snavelv, Camp, Gill, Radnian, Hazelwood, Pupa, Justice, Cox 





Carolina's success on the gridiron was prac- 
tically nil during the 1951 season with the 
team compiling a record of two wins 
against eight losses, the worst a Snavely- 
coached team has ever done. It was a young 
team, however, with freshmen appearing 
in varsity roles for the first time since 
World War II. The team showed brilliance 
at times but was never able to make these 
bright spots last. The schedule, too, was 

against the Tar Heels with teams such as Tennessee, Maryland, Texas, Wake Forest, Virginia, and Duke 
keeping the Carolina team down. There were individual stars in every game with freshmen Larry Parker 
and Connie Gravitte and soph Billy Williams alternating out of the tailback slot. Defensive end George 
Norris was another outstanding player and was recognized as an All-Southern end. With most of the 
team returning next fall and the fact that Coach Snavely planned to convert to the T formation boosting 
Tar Heel interest, prospects for the coming season seem bright indeed. 



Head Coach Carl Snavely 



1951 FOOTBALL SQUAD 



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]\. V. State 0- Carolina 31 

The Tar Heels, who had been picked by most pre-season 
observers as ranking with Maryland at the top of the Southern 
Conference standings, justified all claims of their potency by 
trouncing the Wolfpack from State College 21-0 in the tradi- 
tional season opener. Bud Carson and Bob Gantt were the 
running stars for Carolina with Carson providing the first 
touchdown on a 74-yard punt return. Bud Wallace tallied on 
a 17-yard reverse while fullback Bob White scored the final 
TD on a four-vard buck over the center. 



Ken Yarborough 




Kill kuhii 




Billy Williams goes for six yards against Georgia 



Billy Williams 



Georgia 38 — Carolina 16 

The beginning of the end came in the season's second game 
when the Carolina pass defense Mas unable to stop the throwing 
of Georgia's Zeke Bratkowski. Through the fine work of the 
defensive line the Tar Heels held a half-time lead of 2-0, the 
safety coming when Darnell, Norris, and Maultsby chased the 
Bulldogs" Cook back into the end zone on an attempted pass 
play. The Georgians grabbed the lead in the third quarter and 
went into the fourth period with a 7-2 lead. Carolina scored 
twice in the final quarter but it wasn't enough to keep up with 
the Georgia attack. The Tar Heel scores came on a pass from 
Wissman to Newton and on a toss from Williams to Gannt. 




Dalton Ruffin 



Doug Brutoii 








George Norris 
Bill O'Brien 
Skeet Hesmer 




Jack Maultsby 



Texas 4.) -Carolina 20 

The Longhorns of Texas turned on the heat in the next game to trounce 
the traveling Tar Heels 45-20. Too many mistakes proved the Carolina 
downfall as the Longhorns capitalized on funihles and intercepted 
passes for touchdowns. Carolina held a first quarter lead of 7-6 on a 
run hy Weiss and a conversion hy Aliie Williams hut Texas put the 
game away in the second period with three TD's. Bud Wallace took 
the Carolina scoring honors with two touchdowns, hoth on passes 
from tailback Frank Wissman. 



T'row da ball ! 



Dick Bestwick 



Bill Rvder 

Dalton Ruffiii 

George Foti 




South Carolina 6 ^Carolina 21 

Carolina evened up its record at 2-2 in the next game by dropping 
South Carolina 21-6 in what proved to be the final victory of the 
year. Parker and Billy Williams carried the offense against the 
Gamecocks with the Charlotte tailback passing for one score to 
end Bill Baker and setting up another with a 61-yard return of 
the kickoff opening the second half. WUliams scored on the first 
play from scrimmage in the second half running the remaining 
39 yards. Weiss scored the final points after Bruton had inter- 
cepted a Gamecock pass on the S. C. 17 yard line. 




George Norris and Bud Wallace go after a Gamecock fumble 



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Jack Cooke 




Pete Carr 



Maryland 14 — Carolina 7 

The long road down started at the midway mark of the season 
when Maryland, third ranked-nalionally, dropped Carolina 14-7 
at College Park in a game that could have easily gone the other 
way. The Tar Heels gave the undefeated Terps two first-half 
touchdowns while getting one themselves. It was all Carolina in 
the second half hut Maryland held on each of five scoring chances 
that the Tar Heels had. John Gaylord was the outstanding runner 
for Carolina that day but the lone scoring honor went to alternate 
captain Bob Gantt who tallied in the first period on a four-yard 
reverse. 



Bill O'Brien 



Bill Kirknian 



Ernie Liberati 






Dick Wiess 



Wake Forest 39 -Carolina 7 

Wake Forest's up-and-down Deacons caught the Tar Heels in a 
let-do>\-n mood on the next Saturday and hlasled out a 39-7 victory 
in their own Groves Stadium. It was a question of "do-no-MXong" 
for the Demon Deacs as they followed quarterback Dickie Davis 
to the easy victory. The Tar Heels didn't get a chance to get started 
and didn't cross the goal line until the fourth quarter when all 
chance of winning had vanished. Dick Weiss had this sole scoring 
distinction with a short line buck. Wallace's 43.5 punting average 
was the only bright spot in the humiliating defeat. 



Benny Walser 



Buddy Wallace goes for one of Carolina's few long gains against the Deacs 





Juiiiur Scawell and Glen INickerson stop Tennessee after a five-yard gain 



Tennessee 37 — Carolina O 

Tennessee, the nation's first-ranked team, showed Carolina fans just why 
it hehl that spot in the next game as it ground out a methodical 27-0 victory 
over the Tar Heels. Coach Boh Neyland brought 55 players from Knoxville 
and the depth was just loo much for Carolina. The play of Ail-American 
Hank Lauricella was reminiscent of the days of Charlie Justice. The Vols 
star halfback scored twice and averaged 11 yards per try. The Tar Heels 
got inside the Tennessee 10-yard line twice the second half but were unable 
to get by the Volunteer line. The pure power exhibition of Tennessee is 
one that Carolina will find hard to forget. 



Backs Bob Cantt, Van Weatherspoon, Bob White, Billy Williams 



Captain Joe Dudeck 





Cuiinie Gra>i(le makes a lirsl tlowii somehow 



Virginia 34 — Carolina 14 

It was a band of revengeful Tar Heels that traveled to Virginia, for the 
year before the Wahoos had trounced Carolina 44-13. It was the same old 
story again, however, and when the final gun sounded the Cavaliers had 
racked up their second straight win over Carolina by another basketball 
score of 34-14. Coach Suavely tried Bud Wallace and Tom Adler at ends 
in the game to get the team moving but it was to no avail. The two Carolina 
scores were made after Virginia had run up its 34 points. Wissman and 
Weiss did the touchdown making for the Tar Heels. 



Tom Higgins 



Jeff Newton and Thad Eure 



Larry Parker 





Larry Parker spills Notre Dame's Peterra 



er misses pas 




IVotre Damr 13 — Carolina 7 

A spark that had been dormant the entire season came out 
like a groundhog on February 2 when Notre Dame made 
its first appearance in this area and Carolina almost posted 
victory number three before falling to the Irish 12-7. Not 
until a fourth-period drive ended on the Notre Dame four- 
yard line were the Tar Heels counted out of it. An un- 
known blocking back, Al Mueller, sparked the team to 
a near victory in the second half but the luck of the Irish 
held. With Tar Heel spirit at such a frenzy that Coach 
Suavely had to ask for quiet, the team made its best bid 
for success of the season. Jack Cooke, who with Mueller 
was one of the top backs of the day, scored the Carolina 
TD on a pass from Gravitte in the third quarter. 



Van Weatherspoon 



Dick Lackev 



Skeet Hesmer 



Tom Stevens 





Billy Williams gets stopped cold on a Duke punt return 



Glen Nickerson 



Duke 19 — Carolina 7 

The end finally, came on Thanksgiving week-end when 
Duke's Blue Devils brought about the eighth loss of the 
season. After showing a little of the Notre Dame game 
spark in the third period and taking a 7-6 lead, the Tar 
Heels faltered and Duke went on to take the season's final 
victory. Gravitte passed to Wallace from the Duke 21 in 
the third quarter and Abie Williams made good on his 
conversion — his 16th success in 17 tries — to give Carolina 
its temporary lead. End George Norris made the final 
game a personal victory and was easily the top defensive 
man on the field. 




Andy Miketa 



Bob White 



Jeff Newton 



Chal Port 





CHEERLEADERS 
Kneeling: Bobbie Sanford, Durwood Jones • Standing: Check Goodin, Doiinie Thomas, Peggj Fox, Tom Rodgers, Wray 
Farlow, MarUyn McKinnon, Liz Cooley, Barbara Merrill, Charlie Harrell. 



Cheerleaders 




Ahhhll Rameses 



Carolina's 1951-1952 cheerleaders brought a 
Tar Heel spirit that had been in mothballs out 
into the open for airing during the year and 
contributed greatly in keeping an otherwise 
dim football season from being too much of 
a disappointment. Under the leaderships of 
Cy Minnett, who unfortunately was forced out 
at mid-season because of a bad strep throat, 
and Durwood '*Nose" Jones, the cheerleaders 
rallied behind the team in every game. The 
peak of cheering perfection came in the Notre 
Dame game when Coach Sna^•ely had to come 
off the bench to quiet the crowd in order that 
our own team might hear the plays called. 



I'ugel72 




Get that white card outa there 



The Card Board 

With apparently more student interest in the projects, the work of the Card Board has steadily improved. 
Through the increase in co-operation the Board was able to present more complicated stunts this fall 
with the Confederate Flag, Three Blind Mice, and the usual Script Writing being among the better ones. 
The oflScers for the year were Jo Grogan, President; Jim Steagall, Secretary; Gordon Pierpont, Head 
Usher; Bob Watts, Head of the Office Staff; Claude McKinney, Head of the Artist Staff; and Bob "Okie 
Doke" Green, Stunt Caller at the games. 

First Rote: Brackett, Brunning, Snij-re, Steagall, Edmundson, Baacom, Mahler, Watts • Second Row: Wellons, Sigman, 
Chichester, McKinney, Grogan, Pierpont, Shaw, Wade, Delancey, Blocksidge • Third Roic: Pittman, Cash, Perrow, Green, 
Burgess, Sasser, Foushee. Dickson. Foust. Teichniaii. Kennedy, Mrs. McKinnev • Fourth Rote: Graybeal, Tanner, Wagger, 
Caldwell, Thome, Culbreth, Taylor, Temple. OpU >Im . Bell. 




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Ba§iketball 




Ernie Schwarz, Bud Maddie, Vince Grimaldi 



1951-52 VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD 
First Row: Bill Smith, Vince Grimaldi, Skip Winstead, Cooper Taylor • Second Rote: Ernie Schwarz, Bill Phillips, Jippy Carter, 
Jack Wallace, John Patseavouras, manager • Third Rote: Coach Tom Scott, Bud Maddie, Howard Deasy, Paul Likens, Frank 
Redding, John Dittmar, Coach Pete MuUis. 




As Carolina's 1951-52 basketball team went into 
the final half of its season it appeared that what- 
ever gods take care of basketball players were 
going to finally smile graciously on our Tar Heels. 
Injuries that had hexed the team for the past two 
years had not yet dealt us too many serious blows 
(although last year's starting center. Bud Maddie, 
had been lost since the beginning of the season 



Jack Wallace 




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because of a collar bone injury). The team had 
been going along at a more than successful clip 
and had taken six wins out of 10 Southern Con- 
ference games. If the Tar Heels kept that pace up 
they were a cinch for the SC tournament. 

Coach Tom Scott had most of his players back 
from the team which had barely missed qualifying 
for the loop tourney last year and hopes were high 
for better success this year. Back at their usual 
positions were the team's high scorer Jack Wallace, 
guard Vince Crimaldi, and guard Howard Deasy. 
Needless to say, the team was hurt by the early loss 
of Maddie but two freshmen who had not been 
counted on for much action this year blossomed 
into experienced players and capably filled the 
remaining two starting positions. Al Lifson came 
off a temporary job with the junior varsity to make 
a brilliant showing with the first team and turned 
out to be one of the most consistent scorers while 
playing opposite Wallace. The center position went 
to a tall Indiana frosh, Paul Likens, who, after a 
slow start, began to use his 6'9" to the best ad- 
vantage in grabbing rebounds. Coach Scott was 



Grimaldi sticks close in Gerrard Memorial gani<> 



Al Lifson 
Vince Grimaldi 





Duke's Groat gets the ball as Deasy moves in on the play 



Basiketball 




Deasy gets a Maryland rebound??? 



also blessed with something that he had been lack- 
ing in previous years in the form of a strong list 
of reserves. For additional players he could call 
on juniors Bob Phillips, Ernie Schwarz, Jippy 
Carter, Cooper Taylor; senior Frank Retlding; 
sophomore Skip Winstead ; and freshman John 
Dittniar. 



The team took a Christmas trip to the midwest 
for a two game series which proved anything but 
successful. The Tar Heels fell to powerful Illinois, 
long ranked the number-one team in the nation, 
86-66 which was little disgrace, but were also 
forced to succumb to Bradley, which was not the 
great team that it had been the year before. 




Captain Howard Df 



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Frank Redding 



Ernie Schwarz 



Paul Likens 



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.1952 




playing came in the consolation game when Deasy 
sank a free throw in the final three seconds to 
defeat Coluinhia 61-60 for third place in the 
tourney. 

After this holiday tourney the Carolina team set- 
tled hack into its task of winning a spot in the 
Conference playoff. The boys almost pulled the 
upset of the year when they held an eight point 
lead over the Wolfpack in the first game over here 
I)ut then lost in an overtime 58-53. The Slate 
depth Mas too much to overcome. A second loss 
to Wake Forest left them with a 6-4 loop record 
coming into the back stretch and it looked like a 
sure bet that they would make the tournament 
this year. 



Wallace posts for Phillips against Clemson 



The annual Dixie Classic in Raleigh showed that 
the team was finding itself. The Tar Heels surpris- 
ed everyljody in the opening round when they 
dropped favored Southern California 49-45. Then 
in the semi-finals Carolina almost ended an 11 
game losing streak to N. C. State before finally fol- 
lowing 58-51. The fitting end to some inspired 




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Bob Phillips 



Co-captains Bill McGinn and Joe Brookshire 



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Mark Herring 



John Senter 



Baiseball 

Carolina's baseball team turned in one of the 
school's most successful records during the 1951 
season by compiling a 16-10 mark. Letdowns 
against N. C. State, which the Tar Heels beat out 
for third place in the Big Four standing, accounted 
for three of these losses. 

The team started the season with a trip to 
Florida where a round-robin affair with Alabama, 
finalists in the 1950 NCCA tourney, and Rollins 




All-Southern Chal Port 




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1951 VARSITY BASEBALL SQUAD 
First Row: Herring. Cannada, Hooks. McGinn, Brookshire. Pazdan, Proctor, Henning, Hesnier, Pascal, Schact, Dixon • Second 
Roiv: Coach Bunn Hearn, Coach Walter Rabb. Hill, White, Senter, Ballon, Wallace, Wiess, Coates, Reeves, Port, Gaston, 
Wood, Trainer Doc White. 



produced some fast early-season practice. The Tar 
Heels finished hehind the Crimson Tide in the meet 
with an even 2-2 mark, after taking an early lead. 

After returning home Carolina took on some 
touring Yankee teams and came up with an ex- 



ceptional record against them. The team took two 
games from Boston and singletons from Michigan 
State and Yale. Big Four play also proved suc- 
cessful except against the Wolfpack, who seemed 
to lose to everyhody hut Carolina. The Tar Heels 
at one time led the Big Four with a 5-3 record but 



John Stowe hits against Wake Forest 




Ba§ie 



Skeet Hesnier 




Henrv Schact 



closing rush of Duke and those pesky Wolves 
Mere just too much to overcome. 

Chal Port was the most consistent of Coach 
Bunn Hearn's pitchers and for his prowess was 
awarded a position on the All-Southern Conference 
team. Co-captains Bill McGinn and Joe Brookshire 
also turned in the commendable performances 
which had won them their positions. Dick Weiss 

Ed Gaston 




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ball . . 




Bill iMcGinn 



Joe Brookshire 



cast aside his football uniform and proved to be 
the power hitter of the team while playing catcher. 



Probably the two sweetest wins of the year were 
the 9-0 early season victory over Wake Forest, 
which had won the Big Four bunting of the year 
before, and the 14-0 blanking of Duke on Bill 
Lore's four-hitter which came a week after the 
Blue Devils had edged us out 8-7. 



Wayne White 





Roger Paschal 





Buniie Burnstan, Barry Kalb, Monty Montgomery, Fred Lurie 



Soccer 



Co-captains Bud Sawyer and Eddie Foy 



After a good start, Carolina's sof eer team was forced to swallow 
some midseason defeats at the hands of Duke and IMaryland 
which darkened an otherwise bright season. Most of the players 
were inexperienced except for old hands such as Co-captains 
Eddie Foy and Bud Sawyer, ami the defeats could be attributed 
to this factor. .Standouts on the team were Monty Montgomery, 
Bud Kaufman, Buriiie Burnstan and Barry Kalb, while Foy 
was given recognition for his play by being named All-Southern 
and All-American. 



1951 VARSITY SOCCER SQUAD 
Front Rote: Coach Al Moore, McCalnion, Montgomery, Lurie, Sawyer, Foy, Russell, Hooper, Hopkins, Randolph, Pawlick • Second 
Row: Manager Ken Anderson, Proctor, Tison, Green way. Watts, Cole, Kalb, Burnstan, Stevens, Hamilton, Gladstone, Coach Ted 
Bondi • Third Rote: Foy, Patterson, Patsevouras, Kaufman, Milledge, Green, Alexander, Younts, Butts, Barnes, Lane. 




Cross 
Country 

Sparked by the trio of captain Gordon Hamriek, 
junior Bob Webb and freshman Bob Barden, 
Carolina's cross country team showed marked im- 
provement over last year and wound up as the 
third-ranked team in the Conference and second 
only to N. C. State, the Southern champion, in the 
Big Five. Perhaps the team's best showing came 
in the loss to Tennessee, one of the toughest squads 
in the country. The Tar Heel runners bowed 23-34 
but the Carolina times were the best of the year. 
Barden was probably the top runner for Carolina 
during the season, but Webb, Hamriek, Mike 
Healy, and others scored consistently to carry the 
harriers to a successful year. 




Bob Webb 



1931 CROSS COUNTRY SQUAD 
First Rotv: Al Marx, Morris Osborne, Bob Barden, Captain Gordon Hamriek, Bob Webb, Mike Healy, Jesse Nolan • Second 
Roic: Ron Kesling, Dave Young, Tony Haughlon. Ed Vogel, Jack Bennett. Lloyd Bostian. Lee Bostian, Eugene Blanton 
• Third Rote: Dale Ryon. Dan Rader, Howard Tickle. Bill Loftquist, Pete McGehee. Earl Welch. Gene Cain. Coach Dale 
Ranson, Russ Glatz. 








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CAROLIHA 



GYMNASTICS TEAM 

First Roiv: 
Coach Bill Meade 
Haughton. Doni 
While, Duke 
Williams, Ritch 

Second Row: 
Wood, Park 
Goodin, Madison 
Bell, Cooke 
Harrison 




with the greatest of ease 




GymitasitieiS 

Under the direction of Coach Bill Meade, Carolina's gymnastic progress 
has heen great in the past few years. This season Coach Meade has en- 
deavored to meet the nation's toughest college teams. Florida State, 

the national champions, 
came here for the year's 
first meet and although 
the Florida boys won 
handily, Carolina's young 
team made a very goo«l 
showing. Two more meets 
with Army and Penn 
State also brought defeat, 
but the team was improv- 
ing all along. R. S. White, 
the Southern Intercollegi- 
ate trampoline champ, 
captained the team for 
the year. 



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Top: Captain Toniniv Coxe MM.!* . 
Bottom : Coach Sam Barnes , ^ 






Wrestling 

The 1951 dual meet season proved the most dis- 
astrous in years for Carolina's wrestlers who were 
unahle to grah a win in seven matches. The team 
was made up mostly of inexperienced men, how- 
ever, and the prospects for the 1952 season looked 
a great deal hetter. 

The '52 team started the year with a victory over 
Davidson to make sure that the record was hetter 
than the season before, but were beaten in their 
next three starts by VPI, "Washington and Lee. and 
VMI, all perennial Conference mat leaders. 

Captain Tommy Coxe and sophomore Tommy 
Stokes were the leading point winners and it ap- 
peared the team would come up with a few more 
wins during the year as the wrestlers gained ex- 
perience. The coaching of Sam Barnes, in his 
second year at Carolina, was helping considerably 
and the younger members of the team were be- 
ginning to improve meet by meet. 



1951-52 WRESTLING SQUAD 
First Row: Mangruni. Clenimons, Kenrick, Watson, Parrish, 
Wilson • Secoiiil Row: Pawlick, Quails, Stokes, Haines, 
McGehee, Holt, Stevens • Third Roiv: Crocker, Smith, Coxe, 
McLaughlin. Butts, Hill, Staton, Bradshaw, Coach Sam 
Barnes. 



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Donnie Evans 



Coaches Ralph Casf y, Dick Janierson, Bob Ousley 



BOWMAN GRAY 

MEMORIAL 

POOL 



NATHALIE L.GRAY 

BOWMAN GRAY. JR 

GORDON GRAY 

IN MEMORY OF 



■';| Bowman Gray f 



Si^iitiming 

Despite the loss of AU-American Jim Thomas and 
several other mainstays on the 1951 team, the 
Tar Heel swimmers opened their 1952 season with 
a hang hy trouncing Duke, breaking two confer- 
ence records, and chalking up Carolina's 50th 
consecutive conference dual meet win. 

Duke was only the first in the twelve team dual 
meet schedule to feel the swimmers' wrath. They 
made impressive showings as they easily downed 
Virginia Tech, VMI, Georgia Tech, Emory. Bain- 
hridge, Davidson, and Virginia. 

During the season, records were shattered fast 
and furiously. Baarcke and Levy started the season 




Right: Coach Jamerson plots strategy 



by breaking, respectively, the 150 yard medley 
and 50 yard freestyle conference records. Three 
pool records were broken at Tech and one at 
Emory as the swimmers downed the Atlanta 
schools. Freshmen Warren Heeman and Larry 
Shannon took control in several instances to put 
their names in the freshmen record books. The 
400 yard freestyle relay team composed of Tink- 
ham, Heins, Edwards, and Ambler were still shoot- 
ing for the conference record after the Virginia 
meet. They had almost broken it once, but one of 
the boys missed a turn leaving the old record still 
standing. 

Despite such individual stars as Evans, Levy, 
Wall, Baarcke, and Kelso, who had taken first 
place in every dual meet through the Virginia one, 



the swimmers depended more on over all team 
work rather than on individual stars. 

At the present time, the team goes after its .54th 
consecutive dual meet win and another Southern 
Conference title. The big barrier between Carolina 
and the title is State, who is presently tied for 
first place with the Tar Heels in the conference 
race. Although such teams as Princeton, Georgia, 
State, and La Salle still have to be faced, the swim- 
mers are in high hopes of another undefeated 
season. 

With such stars as Warren Heeman, Larry 
Shannon, Jack Edwards, Pete Higgins, Dick 
Alexander and Jay Alexander gaining a year's ex- 
perience, next year's team, dulled by only the loss 
of two boys, will look just as bright as this season's. 



VARSITY SWIMMING 
SQUAD 

First Row: Coach Dick 
Janierson, Woods, Peasley, 
Jay Alexander, Dick 
Alexander, Rivera, Gill, 
Slepp, Hanirick. 

SecontI Roiv: Shannon, 
White, Howard, Linker, 
Kelso, Jewell, Wolfe, Heyn, 
Baarcke, Ambler, Levy, 
Heeman, Milton, Wall, 
Tinkham, Bradish, 
Higgins, Edwards, Widoff, 
Coach Ralph Casey, Coach 
Bob Ousley, Manager 
Burgess. 




Buddv Heins 



This is swimming!! 



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Track 



Coach Dale Ranson's track team continued most 
of its yearly dominance of the Southern Conference 
track and field events. The Tar Heels waged a 
continuous battle with Maryland tor the loop 
supremacy, hut after the season was complete 
little had been decided. Carolina won the annual 
Indoor Games in March and took a narrow win 
over the Terps in a spring dual meet. Maryland 
came back to take the Conference's spring meet, 
however, thus stopping Carolina's claim for un- 
disputed first place in the League. 

The Tar Heels were forced to taste their first 
defeat in dual meet competition since 1948, how- 
ever, when a visiting Princeton team won by 15 
points. 

The team was co-captained by Dave Willis, top 
man in the 100-yard dash, and Bob House, Caro- 
lina's best pole vaulter. House won the Conference 
division in the Indoor Games with a mark well 
over 13 feet but failed three times in an attempt 
to break the University record. Willis was con- 
sistently good in the 100 and also won the 60-yard 
dash in the spring meet. 



Top: Jimmy Hanirick 
Bottom : Co-Captain Garrett Fitzgibbons 




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Left: Jiiiiiny WooIcoU hurdles for 
Carolina in the Indoor Games. 




1951 VARSITY TRACk SOI AD 
First Row: Cornell, Bennett. Jim Hanirick, Gordon Hamrick. Peebles, Fitzgibbons, House, Willis, Scott, Brighani, Byrd, 
Bell • Second Row: Coach Joe Hilton, Joyner, Webb, Burkhalter, Tordan, Payne, Ogden, Crininiins, Ray, Pless, Coach 
Dale Ranson • Third Row: Johnson, Tickle, Jones, Osborne, Coleman, Sapp, Johnston, Norcross, Manager Allston. 



Frank Scott was a dependable performer in the 
low hurdles, the 100, and the broad jump. Coach 
Ranson had a host of sophomores running for 
him and with these men expected back for the 



1952 season prospects looked good indeed. Track- 
men such as Bob Webb, Bob Byrd, Bob Bell, Bill 
Cornell, Jack Bennett, and Mike Healy were being 
counted on heavily for future performances. 




iinOiH 



SC Indoor 60-yard dash 



Frank Brooks and friend 
admire record-breaking card. 





1951 VARSITY GOLF SQUAD 
First Row: Rodney MoKnight, Bob Black, Captain Frank Brooks 
Ferree • Second Row: Coach Chuck Erickson. Lew Brown. Bill Wil 
Frank Eckert, Manager Bob Willard. 



Jimmy 
liamson. 




Jimmy Ferrei 



Frank Eckert 



Golf 




Golf 



Carolina's 1951 golf team, playing its matches for 
the first year on the University's Finley Golf 
Course, turned a lengthly 16-meet schedule into 
one of the best seasons in years by compiling a 
15-1 record. 

Only a lone 1414-1214 loss to Duke at the Hope 
Valley Country Club marred the 1951 record. In 
the final meet of the season, however, the Tar Heels 
got revenge for the defeat by edging the Blue 
Devils 14-13, giving them the first victory over 
Duke since 1937. 

With Harvie Ward, the Carolina kingpin for 
the past four years, departed from the local golf 
scene Coach Chuck Erickson rounded up a young 
and eager team. He had three veterans returning 
from the previous season in Captain Frank Brooks, 
Rodney McKnight, and Frank Eckert. He added 
four members of his 1950 freshman team to this 
trio to make up the starting sextet. Sophs Lew 
Brown, Bill Williamson, Jimmy Ferree, and Bob 
Black alternated in filling the remaining three 
positions. 

The team had an undefeated record with 13 wins 
going into the first Duke match and although 
Brooks set a new Hope Valley course record with 
an eight-under-par 63, the Blue Devils won by two 
points. It was a different story when the two teams 
met at the Finley course, however. After warming 
up the day before by routing Wake Forest 231,4- 
314? ih*? Tar Heels in turn handed Duke its only 
loss of the year when Brown and Ferree sank 




Bill Williamson 



putts on the last hole to win the hole and the 
match. 

The entire 18-hole Finley course was opened to 
student golfers, too, and proved to be a popular 
year-around venture. Ed Kinney was hired as the 
course pro and assisted Coach Erickson in putting 
out the high-powered team. 

The team didn't fare too well in the NCAA 
tourney at Ohio State during the summer, al- 
though Ferree upset the Big Ten champion in his 
first round match. Brown and Black qualified but 
were eliminated in first-round play. 



Rodney McKnight 



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Lew Brown 








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1951 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE TENNIS CHAMPIONS 
First Rotv: Coach Kenfield, Del Sylvia, Heath Alexander, Captain; Buddy Ager, Bob Luxenberg • Second Row: Bob Johns 
Manager; Buck Buchanan, John Booker, Charlie Duvall, Bill Izlar, Gene Oberdorfer, Charlie Lambeth, Paul Keenan. 



Tennis^ 



A surprising Carolina tennis team, one whieh most pre-season observers 
felt would be fortunate to win half of its 25 dual matches, completely upset 
the dopesters and made a complete sweep of the 1951 Southern Conference 
honors while compiling a 20-5 record for the year. In addition to the 
team's winning the SC title, the Tar Heels could claim the loop singles 
champ in Buddy Ager and the doubles champions in Ager and Bob 
Luxenberg. The seventh-seeded Ager had to upset his team's number-one 
player, Del Sylvia, in the finals at Davidson to win the singles title. He let 
his teammate win but two games in scoring a 6-0, 6-2, 6-0 victory. Ager, 
Sylvia, and Luxenberg were backed up during the season by Captain Heath 
Alexander, who was forced out of several matches by a trick knee. Buck 
Buchanan, Charlie Lambeth, and Bill Izlar. 



Del Svlvi 



Captain Heath Alexander and Coach Kenfield 



Bob Luxenberg and Bndd^ Ager 






Laerosise 



Interest in lacrosse reached a high peak during the 1951 season and 

although the team was ahle to win only two games out of six, the 

prospects for future years looked good. The victories came over VPI, 

which the Tar Heels hlasted, 17-2, and Duke's second team, which fell 2-1. The team, coached by Al 

Moore, was co-captained by John Murchison and Nick Sowell, both seniors. Sowell, playing in the goalie's 

position, was probably the team's most consistent player. 




1951 VARSITY LACROSSE TEAM 

First Roiv: Greenbauin, Gilmore, Dawes, Murchison, Beatty, Chambley, Kaufman, Taylor • Second Roiv: Bell, Ernst, Hamer, 
Sowell, Jirvin, Hughes, Dalton, Floyd • Third Rou>: Sargeant, Carr, Strong, Hill, Winius, Strudwick, Cutts, Fields, Debnan, 
Coach Al Moore. 



Beta's pass to grid title 




Keyes moves in! 




mTRAMURAL STAFF 
Left to Right: Bill Kucyk, Director Walter Rabb, and 
Sam Geek. 



Intrant iiral 



Sports^ 



The Intramural Department continued its 
successful program during the past year with 
its usual great success. The interest and com- 
petition in the fraternity and dormitory point 
races was even keener than ever and it was 
a toss-up as to the winner for the year 1951- 
52. At the end of fall quarter when football, 
wrestling, and volley ball were the top three 



Wrestling finals gives fast action 





Intramural golf champs pose with trophies 



sports, the Betas took the lead in the fraternity 
division but were closely followed by the Signia 
Chis. Zetes, and Dekes. The Med School, runners- 
up to the Betas for the football title, had a more 
commanding lead in the dormitory division, how- 
ever. Winter and spring quarter sports of basket- 
ball, table tennis, soccer, softball. horseshoes, and 
tennis had not been counted in the point total as 
yet. 

The Intramural Department also continued its 
successful presentation of sports and events which 
did not count in the point race. Golf, water polo, 
swimming, track, the annual Sports Carnival, and 



the Big Fun Carnival all merited wide participa- 
tion and interest. 

The program was again under the direction of 
Walter Rabb and his assistants Bill Kucyk and 
Sam Geek. The Intramural Managers Association 
functioned better than before during the year and 
proved a great aid in carrying out the Intramural 
program. 

With the ousting of hell week by the fraternities 
it was hoped that the Greek Week Field Day, spon- 
sored last year for the first time by the Department, 
would be better than ever. 



Phi Cams take vollev ball crown 



Rasslin' champs looking pretty for the camera 

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WOMEN'S ATHLETIC 
ASSOCIATION COUNCIL 

First Rote: Dickinson, Cooley, 
Culpepper, Osniers, Farrell, 
Doar • Second Rote: Corbett, 
McComb, Hogan, Williams. 
Kieth, Norwood, Bennett, 
Gore. 




Sports; 

The Women's Athletic Association sponsors sports 
for all coeds, not only in the physical education 
classes but also in special sports clubs and in an 
extensive intramural program. It is directed by 
the staff of instructors and the WAA Council made 
up exclusively of coed members. This council has 
a representative from each dorm, sorority, the 
CICA, and the Town Women's Association, and 



WOMEN'S ATHLETIC STAFF 
Miss Price, Miss Kellani, Miss Hutchinson, and Mrs. Fink 



Coeds hit the mark in archery 





Vollev ball comes in the fall 



through it the year's program is planned and 
carried out. The year-round intramural program 
is large and varied. In the fall the women students 
may participate in volley ball, hockey and table 
tennis. The wnter quarter offers basketball, bad- 
minton, shuffleboard, and swimming, while spring 
session gives the coeds a chance to play golf, soft- 
ball, tennis, and archery. 

Awards and sorority and dormitory trophies 
are given out each spring at the annual picnic. 
The dorm and sorority with the highest number 
of points accumulated during the year are pre- 
sented with trophies for the achievement. The 
WAA also sponsors organized clubs for special 
sports. The Splash Club presents an annual water 
pageant, noted for its professional touch, while 
the Hockey Club competes with teams from other 
universities and colleges in the fall. There are also 
modern dance, folk dance, and basketball clubs. 



An old version of modem dance 





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Student GoTernitient 

With the increased awareness of students of their role both nationally and internationally as well as on 
the University level, this year has seen a renewed interest and increased activity on the part of the student 
body in Student Government, the student outlet for expression. 

Student Government officers are chosen in campus elections in the fall and spring. Committee 
chairmen are appointed by the President, subject to the approval of the Student Legislature. The activi- 
ties and functions of the Government are many and varied, and the Carolina system of Student Control, 
a democratic implement that is the personal possession of every student at the University, has achieved 
an enviable position at the top of the list of Student Governments in the nation. 

This year has seen new efforts toward the realization of systems of curriculum and faculty evalua- 
tion, a strengthening program for Student Government itself. Through Student Government the student 
body has taken a vital role in the National Students' Association; the Greater University Student Council 
has been revised and strengthened. Student Government has gone forward in its emphasis upon freedom 
with responsibility and has come closer to achieving its goal of a truly responsible and effectively active 
student body. 

Student Government, with its ability to train responsible, informed thinking and democratically 
oriented students, continued to hold its place of extreme importance in the system of education at the 
University. It has, through another year, reasserted its goal "to preserve order, make personal freedom 
secure, establish justice, and win a lasting opportunity for responsible individual and collective action." 



PRESIDENT'S CABINET 
First Rou), Left to Right: Pegg\- J. Warren, Henry Bowers, President; Bob Evans, Dick 
Murphy • Second Row: John Robinson, Jim Mclnlyre, Bill Mallison, Ken Barton, Ken 
Pencgar, James Wallace. 




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COMMITTEE HEADS 

First Row, Left to Right: Allen Tate, 
Campus Chest Chairman; Henry Bowers, 
President of Student Government; Erline 
Griffin, Chairman of Elections Board; Bill 
Mallison, Chairman of Academic Affairs 
Committee • Second Rotv: Dick Penegar, 
Chairman of G.U.S.C. ; Charlie Brewer, 
Chairman of Student Entertainment Com- 
mittee; Ken Barton, Chairman of Orien- 
tation Committee; Julian Mason, Chair- 
man of Audit Board. 



BUDGET COMMITTEE 

First Row, Left to Right: Allen Tate, 
Archie Myatt, Jim Mclntyre, Secretary- 
Treasurer, Mel Stribling • Second Rote: 
Ralph Waddell, Charles Rodenbough, Ken 
Penegar; Sheldon Jay Plager, Biff Rob- 
erts, Julian Mason. 



Bunny Davis 

Vice-President and Speaker 

of the Legislature 



Jim Mclntyre 
Secretary-Treasurer 



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Student 
Legiislature 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTIK. SH DENT LEGISLATURE 
First Row, Left to Right: Dave Kerley, Shildon I'lager, Mel Stribling, Peggy Stewart, 
Jack Owens, Fred Coker • Second Row: Lew Southern, Eddie Gross, Gene Cook, Bob 
Gorhani, Richard Davis. 



The Student Legislature, founded in 1938, continues to function as the legislative branch of student 
government. Nearly all rules and regulations governing students here at the university are passed by 
this group. Its wide and varied powers, as defined in the .1950 revised constitution, are limited to its 
willingness to accept the responsibility which inevitably goes with authority. 

Each legislator is elected by the students of his particular campus district. Llnder the conscientious 
and capable leadership of Bunny Davis, the Legislature worked with interested effort and was rewarded 
to see many problems solved. 




STUDENT 
LEGISLATURE 
First Row, 
Left to Right: 
Julian Mason 
Jack Boushall 
Robert Pace 
Jacque Quesenbery 
Helen Brundage 
Luke Hill 
Bert Wayne 
Bob Glenn 
Ed Waller 

Second Row: 
Paul Barwick 
Ted Westbrook 
Bill York 
Frank Litaker 
Bill Rue 
Don Sherry 
Archie Croxton 
Henry Shavitz 
Buzzy Shull 
Charlie Harrell 
Robert Page 

Third Row: 
All Ballard 
Thatcher Townsend 
Bill Ruffin 
Ken Penegar 
Ed Stevens 
Henry Lowett 
Brooiv Matthews 
Sol Cherry 
Dick Pillsburv 



Student Council 




Larry Bottu, Chairinuii 



The Student Council, the supreme representative of the judicial branch of Student Government, is the 
most vital part of the government; for to it falls the responsibility of regulating the application of the 
Honor and Campus Codes, and justice to every individual. 

The Council has original jurisdiction in cases involving the constitutionality of the Student Govern- 
ment Constitution. This court also hears appeals made from a defendant if he or she feels that either 
the Men's or Women's Council has tried the case unfairly. Any student or organization penalized by 
any of the other courts can also appeal to the Stud _'nt Council. 

The Council is composed of three members selected from and by the women students; three selected 
from and by the men students; and three selected from and by all students — making a total of nine 
members. 

First Rote, Left to Right: Pal George, Larry BoUo, Winx Wheeler, Joan Charles. 
Second Row: Bill Wolff, Bob Ellington, Hilliard Staton, Ed Love. 




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Honor Council 



Allan Milledge. Cliairniaii 

The Men's Honor Council, acting under the Student Constitution, has original jurisdiction in all cases 
of violations of the Honor Code and of the Campus Code. As violations of Campus Law are not by 
their nature in a codified form, the Men's Council by application of the criteria of honor and of gentle- 
manly conduct defines the application and the extent of Campus Law. Along with the duly of upholding 
Campus Law by hearing cases, the Men's Council also has the responsibility of orienting new students 
to our system and of keeping the system in front of the campus at all times. 

In the heirarchy of our court system the Men's Council has functions parallel to the Women's 
Council, and is subordinate to the Student Council, our "Supreme Court." 

The Men's Council is composed of three seniors, three juniors, two sophomores, one freshman, one 
pharmacy student, and one graduate student. 

First Roir. Left to Right: Robert L. Strickland, Joe Allen, Joe Privott, Sam H. Price, Jr. 
Second Row: John Hazelhurst. J. Albert House, Allan Milledge, Chairman; George K. 
Freeman. Jr., Clerk; Bill talker. 




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Honor Council 




Joyce Evans, Chairman 



The Women's Honor Council is the coed judiciary which handles violations of the Honor System and 
the Campus Code by the women students, working as a parallel to the Men's Council. The Women's 
Council also acts as an appellate court for House Council decisions. The Council is one branch of the 
tripartate system of coed self-government, working with Coed Senate and Women's Interdormitory 
Council. 

Each year the Council leads the orientation of women students in the Honor System and Campus 
Code, instructing entering coeds in the origin and meaning of these standards. Composed of four juniors, 
three seniors, one graduate student, and one woman student at large, the Women's Council is an im- 
portant phase of self-government, striving to increase a fuller participation in the Carolina way of life. 



First Rote. Left to Right: Jane Frieze, Sandy Wilson, Betty Ann Reese, Adair Beasley. 
Second Row: Mel Stribling, Joyce Evans, Chairman; Jo Gaither. 




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Firs* Row. Left to Right: Kilty Campbell, Rosalie Brake, Joanne Page, Peggy Brown • Second Rote: Erline Griffin, B. J. 
Morris, Jean Stockton, Diane McConib, Pellen Speck. 



Coed Senate 



The Coed Senate, established in 1941 and originally part of the Women's Government Association, is 
the legislative body for women students. The purpose of the Senate is to bring the coed into the picture 
of student government ; and in acting as the bridge between coeds and the student legislature, the Senate 
is the ultimate coodinating body for coed action. 

The annual coed ball is presented by the Senate at the end 
of orientation week in the fall, and each spring leadership train- 
ing week, a week designed to acquaint the newly elected officers 
of women's organizations with their responsibility, is sponsored. 

Under the revised constitution, the Coed Senate, along with 
the Women's Interdorm Council, is incorporated in the Women's 
Residence Council. The new Council has charge of all coed affairs, 
including matters previously handled by both Interdorm and 
Coed Senate. 

Speaker of the Coed Senate for this year was Joanne Page. 



Joanne Page, Speaker 




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First Rout. Left to Right: Mr. L. M. PoUander, Frank Allston, Ken Penegar, Mr. Ernest Delanev • Second Row: Peggj- 
Stewart, Walt Dear, Sue Lindsey. 



Publieationis Board 

The Publications Board is a seven-man body which supervises the finances of Carolina's two student- 
supported publications. The Board approves the budgets of the two publications, negotiates contracts, 
approves appointments to salaried positions on the publications, purchases equipment, and handles 
all other financial details. 

Weathering a storm of criticism and periods of indecision 
in the fall, the Board had a hard year with many long afternoon 
sessions in the Grail Room. Biggest problem of the year was the 
"standard vs. tabloid" question about the DTH format. 

Officers for the year were Frank Allston, chairman; Ken 
Penegar, secretary, and Walter Dear, treasurer. Other members 
were Sue Lindsey and Peggy Stewart, student members, and Dr. 
G. A. Barrett and Mr. L. M. PoUander, faculty members. Ernest 
DeLaney served as financial coordinator. 




Frank Allston, Chairman 



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Men's 
Inter dormitory 

Council 



BOB CREED 
President 

The Men's Interdorniitory Council represents over 3,000 men living in the University's eighteen ilornii- 
tories. This year's council was the first to he composed entirely of stu«lent-elected officials, the member- 
ship consisting of the president and a special representative from each of the dormitories. 

The council's main functions are connected with the affairs which affect dormitory men. This year's 
council was especially interested in working for dormitory social rooms and for improvement of dormi- 
tory social life. 

President of the Men's Interdormitory Council this year was Bob Creed. 

First Roic, Left to Right: Donald Chaniblee, Dan Strickland, Ray Bond, Steve Wilson, Jim Richards, Eddie Mitchell • Second 
Row: Ed Singleton. Burton Rights, Arnold Robinson, Lewis Baucom, Ronald B. Jones, Ken Penegar, Paul SomerviUe • Third 
Rote: Ed McLeod, Paul Barwick, Bill Heeden, Dick Gamble, Joe Hamrick, Arch Fort. Rod Gotten, Roy G. Gorderman, Richard 
Painter, Jim Parker, William F. Little • Fourth Roiv: Bob Greed, Bill Acker, W. O. Gurley. Edward Smith, Tommy Bostian, 
Ed Dixon, Mike Brown. Harry Pearsall. Harvey Culpepper, Tom West. 




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Women's 

Inter dormitory 

Council 




JOAN KING 
President 



The \^'onien's Interdormitory Council is the administrative body 
of coed self-government. Composed of dormitory presidents, so- 
rority house managers, and the president of the Town Girls* 
Association, this group works with the office of the Dean of 
Women and the Board of Residence in regulating dormitory life. 

Under the revised constitution, effective in the spring of '52, 
the Women's Interdormitory Council is incorporated in the 

Women's Residence Council. The functions of Interdorm include interpreting social regulations, recom- 
mending changes in regulations to Coed Senate (defunct under the new constitution), supervising the 
House Councils, and regulating all dormitory living. Through Interdorm, all coed administration is co- 
ordinated and linked to the office of the Dean of ^ omen. 

Special projects for the year were the sponsoring of a House Council Training Conference in the fall, 
standardization of house council procedure and policy, the drafting of a handbook to guide Interdorm 
and the House Councils in the future, and working for a broader social program. 

Joan King served as President and Rosemary Cartmel as Secretary of the Women's Interdormitory 
Council. Kitty Campbell served as representative to Graham Memorial Board of Directors. 

First Rote. Left to Right: Eriene Griffin, Patsy Lou Lester. Joan King, President; Rosemary Cartmel, Jean Stockton • Second 
Roiv: Sandy Wilson, Kathleen Campbell, Peggy Brown, Pellam Speck, Diane McConih. 




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Graham 




Graham Memorial opened twenty years ago as a 
memorial to former University president Edward 
Kidder Graham, has heen the focus of this year's 
campus activities. For nearly fifteen hours a day, 
all sorts of activities buzz through the student 
union. OfHces of student publications, student 
government headfpiarters, meeting lounges used 
by some 100 organizations, travel agency, photo 
lab, television lounge, barber shop, woodworking 
shop, poster shop, mimeographing service, and the 
increasingly popular Rendezvous Room are all 
features of Graham Memorial. 

The main office stays busy every hour of the day 
taking care of every imaginable situation, all in 



BILL ROTH 
Director 



GRAHAM MEMORIAL 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

First Row. Left to Right: 
Mrs. Weltach 
Ken Peiiegar, Chairman 
Marilyn Habel 
Caroline Hassinger 

Second Row: 
Jack Prince 
Bill Roth, Director 
J. M. Saunders 
John Boushell 
Ray Jefferies 




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Memorial 



their regular line of duty. Brains behind the office 
efficiency and service is Edith Roos, personable 
office manager. In the spacious oak-paneled main 
lounge, oft the scene of receptions and teas, stu- 
dents are welcome to read the latest newspapers 
and magazines, study, or play games from early 
morning until late at night. 

With the almost incalculable volume of activity 
transpiring in Graham Memorial under the genial 
and proven leadership of Director Bill Roth, the 
need for additional student union space and facili- 



ties, more strategically located, became more ap- 
parent. 

Every student is a member of the union, to the 
support of which one dollar of each block fee is 
allocated. The policies of the building are in the 
hands of the Board of Directors drawn from the 
students, faculty, and administration. Members of 
the Board this year are Chairman Ken Penegar, 
Joan Erskine, John Boushall, Jack Prince, Ruth 
Conner, Marilyn Habel, Kemp Cate, J. M. Saunders, 
Prof. E. J. Woodhouse, Mrs. R. H. Wettach, and 
Dean Fred H. Weaver. 



GRAHAM MEMORIAL STAFF 
Left to Right: Frank Allston, Ed Bryant, Edith Roos. Bill Powell, Bob Levi, 
Hunter Ballew. Tom Bur^ss. Bill Roth. Director; Dan Cox. Dave Medling. 
Bill Stonestreet. 




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Mem^s 




CLAUDE A. BARNHILL 

President 



The Men's Glee Club, under ihe direction of Joel Carter, began its fall 
activities by joining the Women's Glee Club in singing at the annual 
University Day celebration. The quarter's work was climaxed by the 
annual Christmas concert featuring the combined clubs. In the Winter 
quarter, the Men's Glee Club gave two concerts with the Greensboro 
College Glee Club, one in Chapel Hill and one in Greensboro. The 
year's work was completed with the annual spring concert of the 
combined University glee clubs. 

The officers for the year were : Claude A. Barnhill, President ; Benjy 
M. Haywood, Vice-President; Herbert Pendergrast, Secretary; and 
Donald Davis, Business Manager. 




JOAN CHARLES 
President 



The Women's Glee Club, under the able direction of Mr. Joel Carter, 
anticipated a highly successful year. The eighty members who attended 
the twice-weekly rehearsals worked hard for perfection in the per- 
formances given throughout the year. 

A variety of programs was planned, including University Day, two 
radio broadcasts, the annual Christmas concert given jointly with the 
Men's Glee Club, a spring tour of North Carolina by a combined rep- 
resentation from both organizations, and a final spring concert which 
climaxed the year. The interest and cooperation shown by the club was 
especially significant in that it was responsible for the enthusiastic 
participation in musical activities on the campus. 

Officers of the club for the year 1951-52 were: Joan Charles, Presi- 
dent; Jane Piper, Vice-President; Jackie Leverett, Secretary; Ruth 
Davis. Treasurer; and Carolyn Kizer, Publicity Chairman. 



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JULIAN MASON 
President 



University 
Band 

The varsity band, under the direction of Earl Slocuni, 
Professor of Music, and Assistant Director Joe \^'ood, is 
organized to accomplish a dual purpose : to furnish color- 
ful programs at football games and various other Uni- 
versity functions, and to provide opportunities for student 
members to study and perform the best musical literature 
written for the concert band. 

In the fall, footl)all shows are the chief concern. The UNC band has given outstanding performances 
at football games in past years, and it has, perhaps, its largest and most appreciative audiences in Kenan 
Stadium on football Saturdays. After football season, the band is divided into two units. These units render 
a concert during the winter quarter for visiting members of the North Carolina Bandmaster* Association. 

In the spring, the Band presents a series of lawn concerts for the enjoyment of students, faculty, and 
townspeople. The band is one of many organizations open to qualified students here at Carolina — organi- 
zations which benefit both the student and the school. Officers for the year were Julian Mason, President; 
Fred Mauney, Vice-President; Joe Fields, Secretary-Treasurer; Al Ludwick, Publicity Manager; Gilbert 
Marsh, Business Manager; Joe Dail, Band Notes Editor; Lewis Mack and Lee Bostian, Librarians; and Ed 
Stevens, University Club Representative. 



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The University Syinphony Orchestra 



The University Symphony Orchestra was organized in order to give instrumentalists the valuable experi- 
ence of playing together and other people in the vicinity the opportunity of hearing the standard symphonic 
music first hand. 

The orchestra, numbering over fifty players, is composed of students, faculty members, and towns- 
people. Besides its three concerts every year, it accompanies operettas and oratorios presented by local 
organizations. 

The officers for this year were: Bryce Jordan, President; Carl Baxter. Vice-President; and Joseph 
Wood, Jr., Secretary-Treasurer. 




University 
Orchestra 



BRYCE JORDAN 
President 



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Carolina's cheerleaders give out with 
that old spirit 



Johnny Long and Ka> Knmt f;<t tosclhi 
at one of Carolina's pep rallies 



University dub 



The University Club is primarily a service organi- 
zation and all of its functions are carried through 
in the interest of the student hody and the Uni- 
versity. The motto of the clul) — For the University 
— is self-explanatory of the purpose of the Club. 

Composed of a representative from each dormi- 
tory, fraternity, sorority. Band, Cardboard, Cheer- 
leaders, and the Monogram Club, it has direct con- 
tact with almost every student on the campus. 

The functions of the club are many and varied. 
Through its cooperation with the Athletic Associ- 
ation, the Club seeks to promote and maintain 
enthusiasm and good sportsmanship in all Uni- 
versity events by sponsoring pep rallies, entertain- 
ing visiting teams, and fulfilling various other 



functions. This year the Club sponsored the "big" 
away game trip to Washington, D. C, when the 
football team played Maryland at College Park, 
Maryland, right outside Washington. Feature of 
the before-game ceremonies was a mile-long cara- 
van and parade through the main business district 
of Washington and out to College Park. Another 
feature was the pregame festivities all week long 
preceding the Notre Dame game. In charge of 
Homecoming week-end festivities, the Club this 
year had to postpone until next year the display 
contests due to conflicts with the schedule. 

The Club is also a member of the Southern Col- 
legiate Pep Conference, which is the organization 
composed of schools all over the South, Southeast, 
and Southwest that get together once a year at some 



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Universitv 




Club 



DUFFIELD SMITH, JR. 

Presiflettt 



host school and try to work out ideas whereby all 
pep cluhs may get new ideas on rallies, stunts, etc. 
The Club was the past year's host for the Confer- 
ence. 



The officers for the year have been Duffield 
Smith, Jr., President; Charles Highsmith, Vice- 
President; Eriine Griffin, Secretary; and Buddy 
Herman, Treasurer. 



First Row, Left to Right : D. Spangler, C. Wimbish, C. Myers, Hal Miller, Duffield Smith, Jr.. Buddy Herman, Vernon Ferrell, 
Billy Barnes. Stanley Tesler • Second Rote: Lorenza Clinard, Jo Grogan, Sue Carter, Helen Young, Edna Knighten, Juanita 
Childers, Eriine Griffin, Dorothy Haight, Ellen Downs, John Crouson • Third Row: Jim Niehols, Charlie Harbinson, Don B. 
Davis, George W. Ferguson, Robert P. Midgett. Harold N. Ward, Bob Vinson, Johnny Poindexler, James Wordsworth, Bob 
Henley, Archie Mullins • Fourth Row: J. D. Seely, C. A. Highsniith, Cyril Minett, Deb Maner, Tom Curtis, Robert B. 
Champion, John R. Cauble, John Guilbert. Beth Hamilton. Burl Rathert. 




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Lo, The Angel. Student Production, Plavniakers Theatre, 1950. 



Top: The Silver Whistle. The Playmakers Theatre, 1951. 
Bottom: Caesar and Cleopatra. The Forest Theatre, 1951. 




Carolina 

P la ^makers; 

On the night of October 23rd, 1951, the internationally 
famed Carolina Playmakers drew open the curtain on their 
thirty-fourth season since the simple beginnings in 1918. 
In that year of war and crisis. Frederick H. ("Prof") Koch 
came to our University from the plains of North Dakota and 
introduced his favorite English .31, a course for aspiring 
playwrights. Thus began the labor of building a new and 
vital folk drama. 

The staging activities fall into two sections. There is first 
the program of major productions, including contemporary 
plays, classics, musical comedies, operas, and occasionally 
an original script which seems of unusual merit. At least 
one play is performed outdoors in the graceful Koch Me- 
morial Forest Theatre, and another is taken on an extended 
tour of the state, and beyond. 

Parallel with the major productions, and considered of 
at least equal importance, are the student productions of 
original one-act and full-length plays. 

The Carolina Playmakers are a community theatre group. 
There are no mysterious initiation rites. Any student, mem- 
ber of the faculty, or resident of the area may become a 
member simply by participating in any one of the many 
phases involved in the staging of a Playmaker play. 



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Sound 
and Fur^ 



Sound and Fury was organized on campus to promote interest in musical comedy. The organization offers 
students experiences in every phase of musical comedy work such as playwriting, stage direction, lighting, 
makeup, and other types of technical work as well as acting, dancing, and chorus work. 

Sound and Fury is a student group and everyone is welcomed who wishes to help in some way to pro- 
mote bigger and better productions. 



First Row, Left to Right: Helen Guslafson, John E. Flood, Jr., Joan King, Sheldon Plager. 
Second Row: AI I.ynn. Mike RabU, J. P. Layton, Bobby Deal, Frankie Bird, Jack S. Moss. 




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The Carolina Communications Club has as its officers Jim Kilgo, 
president; Herb Turner, vice-president; Barbara Fyne, secre- 
tary; and Charlie Crone, treasurer. The club was organized a 
few years ago when persons interested in Radio, TV, and Motion 
Pictures decided to get better acquainted with the media. Fall 
quarter brings an informal get-together for the new students 
and then when the spring of the year rolls around the club has 
a picnic for all members and alumni. The Radio Workshop, 
M-hich is the club's main project, is composed of interested stu- 
dents trying their wings out as producer, engineer, sound man, 
and actor. The Workshop group must submit a show each week, 
of >aried types, on tape. It's no wonder club members spend so 
many hours behind the sound-proof doors of Studios A. B, and 
C in Swain Hall. 




Carolina Commuiiieatioitis dub 



First Roiv. Left to Right: Tom Wood, Florence Rigg, Jenny Clark, Charlie Crone, Barbara Fyne. Herb Turner, Jim Kilgo. 
Eleanor Barker, PaUy Pantell, Tom Carroll, Jim Mahoney, Roland Bruce • Second Row: J. B. Cochran, Gene Sauls, Scotty 
Rhodarmer, Gene Daughtridge, Bob Green, Glen O'Neal. Kent Jackson, Bill Marlowe, Tom Ashcraft, Fred Ballad, Mike 
Silver, Ed Clery, John Livingston, Bob Dave • Third Row: Norm SchwartE, Rick Levy, Mike Healy. Wall Ernst. Bob Blanton. 
Bob Hartzen, Gin Warren, Jim Fonts, Doug Sessoms, Joe Hurd, Bill Tally, Glen Baughman, Reese Felts. 




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Long active at Carolina, the Town Girls' Association provides 
an opportunity for the girls who live in Chapel Hill to hecome 
acquainted with student affairs and to participate in extra- 
curricular activities. It provides organized support for Town 
Girls qualified for candidacy in coed elections and supports 
athletic teams in intramural contests. 

T.G.A.'s social program each year is designed to encourage 
Town Girl participation in campus social life, and particular 
emphasis is placed on socials given hy T.G.A. in cooperation 
with other groups. Such events include the annual social for 
new coeds, Christmas festivities at Graham Memorial, and 
spring picnics with A.P.O. and Town Men. 



NANCY BLOCKSIDGE 

President 



To^¥ii Girls;^ As§ioeiatioii 



First Row, Left to Right: Peggy Durham, Dana Phipps, Johnsie Bennett. Purabi DuBose, Margaret Gutierrez • Second Row: 
Barbara Cline, Jeanette Sloan, Nancy Bloeksidge. Connie DeLancy • Third Row: Norma Neville, Jackie Crawford, Sara Rose. 
Marilyn Habel. Norma King, Julia Shields, Gay Hngan, Katie Thompson, Ann Mackie. 




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University 
Party 




BIFF ROBERTS 
Chairman 

First Row, Left to Right: Bob Gorhani, Ham Horlon, Eddie Gross, Ed Cleary, Dan Perry, Bill Rue • Second Roic: Johnny 
Robison, Archie Myatt, Louise Kloster, Liz Dockerj-, Bi£F Roberts, LeNeve Hodhes, Mary Kennedy, Ann Gowen, Frank Daniels 
• Third Row: John Hawes, Jack Owens, Dave Waters, Eddie Gauss, Sol Cherry, Baxter Miller, Leroy Townsend, Cart 
Carniichael, Henry Shavitz. 




Of the two organized political parties on the campus, the University Party is the oldest, having been func- 
tioning continually on the behalf of student welfare for more than two decades. 

The University party record compiled in the past twenty odd years invites comparison with other 
political organizations that are on the campus now or that have been during recent years. The UP has 
always advocated forthright policies designed for the betterment of student government here at the Uni- 
versity; it has always nominated qualified, capable candidates, and has enjoyed great success in defeating 
independent candidates and candidates of other parties. 

The organization of the University Party consists of the general party membership, the Steering Com- 
mittee, and the Executive Committee. 

Chairman of the party for this year was Bi£f Roberts. 



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Press 
Club 



BUDDY NORTHART 

President 

First Row. Left to Right: Parris Pepper, Ellen Downs, Ted Davis, Buddy Norlhart, Roland Taylor, Bob Wilson, Gene Watson. 
Second Rote: Joe Parker. Jim McAllister, Lewis Potts, Marie Costello, O. Mac White, Jack Bennett, Grady Elmore, Margaret 
Stewart, Al Perry. 




The Press Club was formed in the spring of 1951 for the purpose of providing students intent on pursu- 
ing careers in journalism with an opportunity to express themselves in an atmosphere of journalistic 
interest. 

The Press Club has sought to promote extracurricular instruction for its members, encourage interest 
in student publications and maintain contact with alumni within the field of journalism. 

While special emphasis is placed on instruction and vocational preparation, the social aspect is not 
neglected. Several times each quarter the members of the Press Club hold open house in order to extend 
fellowship among themselves and to others. 

Officers for the Press Club for this past year were Leo "Buddy" Northart, president; Barry Farber, 
vice-president: O. Mac White, secretary; Roland Taylor, treasurer; and Walt Dear, publicity director. 



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E. A. BRECHT 
Dean 



Pharmaey Senate 

The Pharmacy Senate was founded at the University of North 
Carolina in February, 1940, through the efforts of Dr. Edward A. 
Brecht, professor of Materia Medica. Membership is limited to 
the student body of the School of Pharmacy. 

The purpose of the Senate is the stimulation of an increased 
knowledge of the profession by free discussion of its various 
phases, and to promote inter-class friendship and cooperation 
within the School of Pharmacy. 

In addition to the regular meetings, held every other Tuesday 
night, prominent speakers are engaged to present programs to 
the Pharmacy student body. 




First Row. Left to Right: 
Ronald Barber 
Brooks Beddingfield 
Joe Bland 
Tom Bostian 



Second Rote: 

Earl Brown 

Loy Ray Burris, President 

A. W. Clelland 

Henry Cogdell 



Third Row: 

Harold Day 

Glaxton Harris 

Graham King 

Tom Koslic. Parliameiitariar 



Fourth Row: 

Al Mebane 

Jimmy Miller 

Joyce Nelson 

Sam Price, Recorder 



Fi/lh Row: 
Bill Randall 
Hnbert Rogers 
Ed Smith, Reporter 
Belty T. Sparks 

Secrelarv -Treasurer 



Sixth Row: 
Tommy Temple 
Sam Thorne 
Clarence Wiggins 



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Debate 
Council 



The Debate Council is a representative board which 
organizes ( 1 ) intramural debating among all those 
interested in Public Speaking and (2) varsity de- 
bating among those skilled enough to represent 
Carolina in competition with other schools. 

Although the Debate Council is a direct out- 
growth of the Dialectic Senate and the Philan- 
thropic Society and for many years represented the 
student government, it no longer confines itself to 
a strictly "on campus" function ; but sends its rep- 



Top: Wade Matthews 

Middle: Gene Cook 

Bottom : Kenneth Mevers 





Top: Lacy Thornburg, President 
Bottom: Richard Jaffe, Executive Secretary 



resentatives to numerous Forensic Tournaments to 
compete with many of the major universities in the 
East. 

The Council members are a selected number of 
students chosen by the debate squad, a representa- 
tive from each of the debating societies, and two 
faculty advisers. 

Officers for the year were: Lacy Thornburg, 
President; Dick Jaffe, Executive Secretary. 



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Founded in 1795, the Dialectic Senate is the oldest extra- 
curricular organization at the University of North Carolina. It 
was the forerunner of all student activities on the campus and is 
still giving birth to new ideas and new implementation of those 
ideas. After 154 years the Senate continues to stand as a labora- 
tory for practical experience in the art of public speaking, in 
leadership, and in the use of Parliamentary Law. 

This year the emphasis has been on the renovation of the 
Senate Hall. Former Senators from many parts of the state and 
country have helped to insure the successful completion of the 
two-year-old program. Next year should see the senate hall 
furnished with fifty new chairs and desks and a lovely wall-to- 
wall carpet. 

Officers for the year are Bob Clampitt, President ; Gene Cook, 
President Pro-Tem; Ed Smith, Critic; Heath Carriker, Clerk; 
Jim Maynard, Treasurer; Gerald Parker, Sergeant-at-Arms. 




BOB CLAMPITT 
President 



Dialectic Senate 



First Rotv, Left to Right: Heath Carriker, Gerald Parker, Ed Smith, Bob Clampitt, Jim Maynard, Bob Smith, Gene Cook. 
Second Rotv: Bill Walker, John Schnorrenberg, Ken Penegar, Fred Coker, Wayne Thompson, Tom Alexander, Sid Thompson. 
Third Rote: John Sullivan, Charlotte Davis. Dave Woodruff. Dick M<;Lean, Toby Selby, Gina Campbell. Tom Sully. 




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J. ALBERT HOUSE 
Speaker 



Founded in 1795, the first year of the University, the Phi As- 
sembly is one of the oldest and most renowned debating socie- 
ties of its kind in the nation. Famous not only for its lead in 
debating, the Phi is also a workshop for the mastering of 
parliamentary procedure and the elements of government. It 
is a training ground for many of the leatlers of the University, 
state, and nation and from its halls have gone many governors 
of North Carolina, a >'ice-pre8ident of the United States, many 
Congressmen and Senators, ambassadors, and cabinet members. 
In the words of alumnus William B. Umstead, "'It is here in the 
Phi that students find that spark of leadership." 

Notable among the contributions of the Phi to the student 
body have been the initiation of student government, the Honor 
Code, the endowment of the Library, and New East Building. 
Dedicated to Virtue, Liberty, and Science and the interchange 
of free thought and opinion, it is open to every student of the 
llniversity and is an integral part of the Carolina heritage. 



The oflicers of the Phi this year were: Speaker, J. Albert House; Speaker Pro-Tem, Robert Pace; Parlia- 
mentarian, Sol Cherry; Clerk, James Fouts; Critic, D. Kent Jackson; Treasurer, Franz Roberts; and 
Sergeant-at-Arnis, Robert Gorham. 

Philanthropic Assembly 

First Row. Left to Right: Jake Roberts. Franz Roberts, Sol Cherrj, J. Albert House, Bob Pace, Bob Gorham, Jim Fouts. 
Second Rotv: Ham Horton, Dave Kerley, Jim Dave, Ann Wilmouth, Fred Crawford, Richard lobst, Don Sherry • Third 
Rote: Dick Bradshaw, Wade Matthews, Phin Horton, Bob Dave, Ed Bottoms, W. T. Hough, Kent Jackson • Fourth Rote: 
Allen Inglesby, Sydney Shuford, Russ Cowell. Bill West, Richard Charnock, Marion Benfield, John Poindexter, Art Rowe. 




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Carolina Forum 

As far as Student Government goes, the Carolina Foriini is comparatively new. In the three short years 
since its origin, the Carolina Forum has achieved wonderful success. 

The Forum's primary service consists of bringing outstanding speakers of national and worldwide 
importance to address the students. In the past few years the Forum has procured such prominent 
speakers as Senator Robert Taft, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, and governors of several states. Last year, under 
chairman Bob Evens, the Forum experienced its greatest success in bringing to Carolina General Mark 
W. Clark, Leverett Saltonstall, Edward R. Murrow, and General Omar Bradley. 

With the invaluable assistance of President Gordon Gray, the Carolina Forum hopes to procure such 
men as Senators Estes Kefauver and Bryan McMahon, Averill Harriman, James Webb, President James 
B. Conant of Harvard Universitv, and others. 



First Row : Bob Pace, Ken Penegar 
Secoiul Row: Tomniv Sumner 




Carolina Political fJnioii 




Carolina Political Union 

First Row. Left to Right : 

Bob Thontason 

y ice-Chairman 

Tommy Sumner 

Chairman 

Wvnian Richardson 

Treasurer 

Second Row: 
Bob Pact- 
John Sullivan 
David Kerley 
Don Sherry 

Third Row: 
Allan Inglesby 
Nat McGruder 
Gene Gibson 



The Independent Coed 
Board is a new organiza- 
tion, set up in the spring 
of 1951, to effect the 
principle that, through 
an organization, the 
independent coeds might 
find opportunity for the 
development of social, 
civic, and intellectual 
interests. 

Independent Coed Board 

First Row, Left to Right: 
Mary Anderson 
Martha Byrd 
Peggy Fox 

Second Rote: 
Pat Griffin 
Marilyn Hunt 
Rosa Lee Brake 
Peggy O'Neal 

Third Row: 
Martha Ann Smith 
Rachael Williams 
Peggy Eldridge 
Norma King 



Independent Coed Board 



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Baptisit Student ITition 



First Roiv. Left to Right: Carroll Taylor, Shirley Gee, Howard Tickle, BiU Cash, Barbara 
Cline, Olela Muller, Juaiiita Childers • Second Row: Charles Hayes, Alva Stewart, Jini 
DeBruhl, Gray Whitly, Don Hill, Maurice Caiiiiaday, Lewis Phillips • Third Row: Bob 
Thomason, Pebly Barrow, Betty Sparks, Carl Cox, John Poindexter, Nancy Green, Jack 
Friday, Mary Vinson • Fourth Rotv: Keith Fulbright, Edlyn Freerks, Dowd Davis, J. C. 
Herrin, Donald T. Davis, Charles E. Cain. 




Serving more than one 
thousand Baptist students 
on campus, the Baptist 
Student Union promotes 
many activities designed 
to encourage Christian 
education and spiritual 
growth. This program in- 
cludes morning worship. 
Church school, Sunday 
night supper forums, 
noonday devotionals, 
council meetings, and 
socials. J. C Herrin is 
student chaplain, and Bill 
Cash served as president 
this year. 



The Canterbury Club is 
a Sunday night supper 
group sponsored by the 
Episcopal Church. The 
picture at the left shows 
the group supper meeting 
before an address by the 
Reverend Covell of South- 
ern Pines. Such speakers 
are often heard at Canter- 
bury Club. 



Canterbury Club 



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Hillel 
Foundation 



The B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation was organized tMenly-eight 
years ago by the B'nai B'rith, the largest Jewish service organi- 
zation in the country. There are now 200 Hillel units serving 
Jewish students throughout the United States, Canada, Cuba, 
and Israel. 




i0^2 



THEODORE FRANKEL 

President 



The Foundation attempts to meet the religious, cultural, social, and vocational needs of the Jewish 
students on campus. Activities include religious services, exhibits, forums, classes, dances, vocational 
information, and projects of an interfaith nature. 

Hillel is a democratic organization. The program is determined by the Cabinet and by the various 
committees, through which the students participate in the organization. The Hillel Foundation thus helps 
train the students for leadership in the Jewish and the general community. 

President for this year is Ted Frankel. 



First Rote, Left to Right: Rabbi Perliuan, Saralyn Bonowitz, Linda Smith, Theodore Frankel 
Mel Schwartz, Harry Lerner, Eugene Oberdorfer. Lewis Ripps, John Cronson, Hilbert Leviu. 



• Second Row: Leon Eplan, 




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The Young Women's Christian Association on the 
Carolina campus is an ever-growing, working or- 
ganization with nieml)ers engaged in many activi- 
ties, fulfilling a three-fold purpose: 

To seek to know God; to understand Jesus and 
follow Him — 

To unite in a desire to realize a full and creative 
college life — 

To determine to have a part in making this life 
possihle for all people. 

Organized on campus in 1937, the YWCA is 
now composed of over 500 members, and has two 




Executive Council 
First Row. Left to Right: Adair 
Beasley, Carolina Has^iiiger, 
Secotid Row: Fraiikie Strosnider, 
Jane Piper, Betty Rav, Joan 
Charles. 



Young Women^si 





BETTY RAY 
President 



Membership Council 

First Row, Left to Right: 
B. J. Morris 
Owen Gore 
Mildred Hancock 
Kitty Campbell 

Second Rote: 
Mel Stribling 
Jean Stockton 
Caroline Hassinger 
Chairman 
Jean Caldwell 
Kathy Oates 

Third Rote: 
Rosemary Cartniel 
Pat King 
Marilyn Habel 
Jean Stone 
Claire Weissinger 
Judy Patton 
Marv Nell Boddie 



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iiry Board 

First Rote, Left to Right: Gav Currie, Janie Piper, Betty Ray, 
Sarah Dicker Eiiiiis • Second Roic: Mr. Bernard Bovd, Miss 
Bernadine Sullivan, Mrs. R. L. Wettach, Mrs. Frank Hanft • Third 
Rote: Dr. Claiborne S. Jones, Mrs. R. B. House, Mary Nell Boddie, 
Mrs. William C. Friday • Fourth Rote: Mr. Fred Weaver, Dr. Syd 
Alexander. 



full-time directors. Each of the twenty-three com- 
mittees carries out a program within one of the 
YWCA divisions: Christian Faith and Heritage, 
Personal and Campus Affairs, Social Responsihility, 
and World Relatedness. 

General Association meetings and retreat con- 
ferences are held often ; while IMemhership Council 
and Cabinet, composed of officers and committee 
heads, meet every week to discuss business and 
programs. 

Worship, work, and play are the YWCA's part 
at Carolina. 



Chrisitian Ass^oeiation 



YWCA Cabinet 

First Rote, Left to Right : 

Peggy Keith 

Mel Stribling 

Betty Ray 

Jackie Bunipous 

Jane Jenkins 

Helen Brundage 

Second Rote: 
Jane Piper 
Jacque Quesenbery 
Mary Keefe 
Jean Stone 
Sandy Jamison 
Nancy Nunez 
Gay Currie 

Third Rote: 
Ann Street 
Betty Reese 
Mike Green 
Peggy Brown 
Barbara Chantler 
Joan Charles 
Gloria Farnell 
Mary Nell Boddie 
Frankie Strosnider 

Fourth Rote: 
Sarah Dickey Ennis 
Jane Frieze 
Caroline Hassingcr 
Jane Mavre 
Marilyn Walker 
Gwen Gore 
Adair Beasley 
Patty Starr 




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Y. M. C. A. 

The Young Men's Christian Association is one of Carolina's 
most venerahle organizations. Estal)lishecl in 1858, it is the 
third ohiest student YMCA in the country. This Christian 
Association is a fellowship of students, faculty, and friends 
interested in jleveloping mature (Christian faith. It is non- 
denominational, inter-collegiate, international, and all-inclusive 
in niemhership. It carries on services and activities which enable 
men to grow in understanding, responsibility, and leadership, 
and to apply their Christian insights to the problems of per- 
sonal and group work. Some of its activities for 1951-52 include 
Freshman Camp, speakers, house and dorm discussions, con- 
ferences, deputations, Bible study, educational movies, social 
services, faculty-student relations, conference on courtship and 
marriage, sponsoring of two D. P. students, help with the World 
Student Service Fund, a clothing drive, and working with the 
Inter-faith Council. Other services include the publication of 
the Carolina Handbook, the Student Directory, and conducting 
a Lost and Found Bureau and an Information Center. 

The Y has three very able staff members. Claude Shotts, General Secretary, and John Riebel, Associ- 
ate Secretary, spend much of their time in counseling students, committee chairmen, and the leaders of 
various campus organizations. Irene McDonald is the Y's very competent and likable office secretary. 

YMCA Cabinet 
First Rote. Left to Right: Ed Mcleod, John Colson. Burton Rights. Bill Burkholder. Bill Hogshead, Gil Marsh. Bill Brown. 
Tom Sully • Secoiifl Row: James Shotts. Howard Tickle, G. H. Hill, Jr., Bill Wolff. Jack Prince, Sidney Hart, Jr., Raeford 
Pugh • Third Row: Mr. John Reibel, Hugh Cole, Jack Becker, Bob Pace, Bob Johnson, Mr. Claude Shotts. 




BILL HOGSHEAD 

President 




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Carolina Quarterly 




TED DuVAL 
Editor 



JOAN ERSKINE 
Associate Editor 



JIM DALGHERTY 

Business Manager 



This year the Carolina Quarterly, in its 
fourth year of publication, appeared 
with a new emphasis, the emphasis on 
student participation. Under the able 
editorship of Ted DuVal, the magazine 
became a valuable literary outlet for the 
students, representing the creative arts 
of the University. 

Beginning in the fall quarter, the staff 
sought to increase circulation among 
students through an extensive publicity 
campaign and subscription drive. And 

with the success of this venture the Quarterly maintained a high degree of student interest throughout the 
year with lively issues reflecting the creative abilities of the contributors. 

The well co-ordinated staff became a body of hard-working individuals interested in the magazine as 
a student workshop serving the literary interests of not only the University, but also of the state itself. 



First Rote, Left to Right: Charlotte Davis, Nela Whitty, Joan Erskine, Barbara Hulse. 
Second Row: Arthur Cogswell, Bill Watt, Ted DuVal, Scott Skinner, Jack Montgomerv, 
John McKey, II • Third Row: Paul Chase, Tom Lloyd, Frank Moore, Jim Daugherty. 




Page 235 




IVews Departnienl Staff 
First Row: Bob Colbert, Walt Dear, Diaii MoConib, Beverly Baylor, Associate Editor; Nancy Burgess, Betty Jean Schoeppe, 
Eddie Starnes • Second Rote: Bill Scarborough, Tom McDonald, Hank Isaacson, Pebley Barrow, Joe Raff • ISot Pictured: 
Al Perry, Associate Editor; Tommy Peacock, Alva Stewart, Betty Kirby, Wood Smethurst, Bob Wilson, Vardy Buckalew. 



Dail^ Tar Heel 




GLENN ABBOTT HARDEN 
Editor-in-Chief 



The South's oldest college daily can claim three 
firsts for this year's editions. 

For the first time, due to a serious lack of funds, 
The Daily Tar Heel came out regularly in a five 
column hy 16 inch tabloid size. In spite of space 
limitations, it continued to be a reliable news source 
for its readers, the state dailies, and the national 
wire services. 



BRUCE MELTON 

Managing Editor 




Editor Glenn Harden served as the first female 
chief except for two partial terms of women during 
the man shortage of World War II. 

This year's pint-sized example of power of the 
press was printed on a modern stereotype press in- 
stead of the outmoded flatbed for the first time in 
its history. As a result, the time cosumed in the 
printing process was halved. 

"Old Mats and Gauge" Bruce Melton as manag- 
ing editor held the reins on makeup and judged the 
news that was fit to print. As his assistant. News 
Editor David Buckner saw to it that the news was 
covered and was in on time to meet the deadlines. 

Sports Editor Bill Peacock and his staff of sports 
saw to it that Carolina and Big Four athletics were 
recorded for both today's readers and for posterity. 

Business Manager Oliver Watkins had to wear 
kid gloves to soothe a financial tempest. With a lot 
of midnight oil he saw to it that ends met and that 



there was still enough moola left over to produce a 
top notch sheet. Advertising Manager Marie Cos- 
tello and her staff did their best to keep as steady as 
possible a flow of cash coining in to him. 

Associating with the editor were Beverly Baylor 
and Al Perry to comment and interpret the news 
in the editorial page. 

Adding color to the pages was Feature Editor 
Walt Dear who gave the inside poop on everything 
from tobacco stems to Confederate flags. 

Society Editor Mary Nell Boddie and Assistant 
Society Editor Nancy Burgess sacrificed their fin- 
gernails to the typewriter in order that dorms as 
well as fraternities should catch their share of the 
social limelight. 

Making sure that no one was left out on DTH 
circulation were Circulation Manager Neil Cadieu 
and Subscription Manager Chase Ambler. 



Business 

Department 

Staff 

First Row: 
Chase Ambler 
Jim Sehenck 
Marie Costello 

Second Rote: 
Judy Taylor 
Richard Adelsheini 
Flossie Kerves 
Wallace Pridgen 
Gerry Miller 




OLIVER WATKINS 

Business Manager 



Seated: Mary INell Boddie, Society Editor 

Standing, Left to Right: Bill Peacock, Sports Editor; 

Dave Buckner, News Editor 





Yackety 
Yack 



The final production of the Yttckety Yack is the result of the 
co-ordinated efforts of many people. The hulk of the original 
work rests upon the student staff, with co-operation from the 
student hody at large. To the section editors and general 
staff goes most of the credit for the smooth functioning this 
year of a stepped-up schedule. And also to he recognized are 
the many who typed the white photo cards during the class 
picture taking phase in the early part of the fall quarter; 
those who helped the editors type copy; and the many who 
just ran the miscellaneous errands which were so indispen- 
sable. A special vote of thanks should be given to staffers 
Daisy Wade, who sketched the new line cuts of the houses for 
some of the fraternities and sororities, and to Joel Fleishman, 
who couldn't make it for the general staff picture. The big 
problem of communication to the Carolina campus was less- 
ened through the assistance of the publication down the hall. 
The Daily Tar Heel, which ran announcements, stories and 
features for us, plus the work of Joan King and Bish Fox on 
the posters stating shooting schedules and advertising the 
Beauty Contest. 

Although this yearbook is predominantly a student-run 
publication, ideas, suggestions, constructive criticism, or just 
sympathetic listening to an editor's problems come from 
many now non-student areas. 1951 Editor-in-Chief Jim Mills 
contributed advice on technicalities and the gentle art of 
finesse, while 1951 Production Co-ordinator Charlie Fox 
offered ideas on organization of staff and material. Director 
of Graham Memorial Bill Roth was the epitome of patience 
when the Yack monopolized the use of Roland Parker Lounge 
Number 3 for an extra month, and he just recently has been 
instrumental in obtaining new furniture for the office which 
will facilitate the cramped working quarters. Ray Jeffries of 
the Dean of Students Office added his bit in helping to cor- 
relate names with the faces, faces and more faces in the 
group pictures and by furnishing information about this 
Greater University at Chapel Hill. The constructive criticism 
and assistance from Mr. "Spike" Saunders of the Alumni 
Office and from Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson of Raleigh 
are greatly appreciated, as are the efforts of the University 
News Bureau; Irene McDonald of the YMCA; and the Caro- 
lina Coffee Shop and N. C. Cafeteria in displaying the afore- 
mentioned posters. 

In Chapel Hill the ideas are formulated ; a dummy embody- 
ing these ideas in rough form is worked up, torn up, worked 
over and changed again to "fit the pictures." In the fall the 
photographers from Waller and Smith in Raleigh sit around 
from Monday through Wednesday waiting for students to 
come in for their sittings; they stand up all Thursday and 
Friday shooting pictures when the Tar Heels roll in. Mr. Fay 
Smith sends the ordered glossies and then most kindly rushes 
over the extra unordered glossies for that last minute. The 
details of write-ups, pictures, identification, and typed copv 
are periodically finallv pulled together. And then it's all 
packed neatly in an 11 x 14 package and sent with our 
blessings to Charlotte where the men behind the scenes. Price 
Coursey of the Charlotte Engraving Company and Frank 
Fleming of the Lassiter Corporation take over. The Kings- 
port Press, Inc., produces the covers, and the Carolina Ruling 
and Binding Co. puis it all together. 

It has been done before sixty-one times. This is the sixty- 
second time. And volume sixty-three is on its way. 




SUE LINDSEY 
Editor-in-Chief 




BILL NEELY 
Managing Editor 




CL.4Y JOHNSON 

Business Manager 

"One for the Yack, two for me, 

one for the Yack, two for . . ." 



Page 238 




Jackie Bumpous 
Organizations Editor 



Bill Hood 
Senior Editor 



Bob Colbert 
Freshman Editor 



Hugh Gale 
Art Editor 



Martha Caldwell 

Honoraries and 

Professional 

Fraternities Editor 




THE GENERAL STAFF 
Standing: Gene Hafer 

Left to Right: Mary Elizabeth Rogers, Nancy Adar, 
Helen Gustafson, Betty Rose. 



The Friday afternoon last day for senior pictures line. 
And it was! 







1 




\~ 



Sl',# 



^ 




Jim Ryan 
Fraternity Editor 



Helen Kelly 
Graduate and 

Professional 
Schools Editor 



Tom McDonald 

Associate 

Graduate and 

Professional 

Schools Editor 



Hal Ward 
Circulation Edita 




John Jackson 
Junior Editor 



Sue Burress Jerry Potts 

Sorority Editor Sophomore Editor 



Page 239 




MARGARET FISLER 




Photographer IS 



"Say it with pictures'" has become more and more 
through the years the trend in yearbook format. Con- 
sequently, the photographer or photographers have be- 
come an increasingly important and integral part of an 
annual staff. 

Most of the photography in this 1952 edition of the 
Yackety Yack, with the exceptions of the class pictures 
by Waller and Smith Studios and the portraits of the 
Beauty Court and Queen by Francis Lavergne Johnson, 
was done by the five people shown on this page. 

Pictures for the Yack scheduled through the non- 
profit University owned and operated Photo Lab were 
assigned to IJNC students Margaret Fisler and Norman 
Hull-Ryde. Norm, a native of Gastonia, North Carolina, 
has been taking pictures for the lab for a year and a 
half. Margaret, a graduate of A.S.T.C. in Boone, North 
Carolina, and the Progressive School of Photography 
in New Haven, Connecticut, did free lance and magazine 
and newspaper photography before coming to Chapel 
Hill. 

Jim (Big Lens) Mills, combination photographer- 
editor for the Yack of last year, made his contribution 
of pictures taken during the spring and summer of '51 
to the '52 Yack before he joined the Air Force to swap 
his photographic career for flying. 

Bill Neely, operating in the dual functions of Yack 
Managing Editor and Photographer, is the Rolleiflex fan 
in the lot. After working overtime shooting pictures. 
Bill trekked to his darkroom in Durham to develop his 
negatives and then trekke<l l>ack to Chapel Hill with the 
prints to "make that deadline." 

Rufiin Woody of Roxboro, North Carolina, the fresh- 
man of the photographic staff, sweated out the fall 
quarter with a heavy schedule of group pictures for the 
yearbook and football photos for both the Yack and the 
DTH. plus the job of going to school. Contrary to the 
lower left shot. Woody operates a Speed Graphic. 

Credit lines also go to Bill Gulley for some of the 
basketball shots; to Harris and Ewing for the portrait of 
Gordon Gray; and to the Asheville Citizen and the 
Durham Sun for some football game shots. 



JIM MILLS 



RUFFIN WOODY 



NOMMW III 1 l-RYDE 



BILL NEELY 





Banararies €Mnd M^rafessianaE FrtBternities 



Phi Beta Kappa 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

George Elton Cox Edgar Love. Ill 

Joint Presidents 



Wade Melbry Brannan, Jr. 
James Herbert Melntyre 



Vice-Presiden t 
Recording Secretary 



Dr. Ernest Lloyd Maokie 
Corresponding Secretary -Treasurer 



Chanrellor R. B. House Dr. A. C. Howell 

Dean C. P. Spruill 



MEMBERS INITIATED MAY 16, 1951 

JUNIORS 

Kirby Pardee Ambler, Edward Heathcliff Austin, Carl Simp- 
son Baxter, Ruffin Wilkerson Blaylock, Robert Griffin 
Brame, Wade Melbry Brannan, Jr., Lewis Rose Chapman, 
Jr., Lee Andrew Clark, Jr., Irvin Marvin Cohen, Edward 
Sanderlin Coley, George Elton Cox, Robert William Davidson, 
John Denham, Griggs Cameron Diekson, Godfrey Ervin Dix- 
on, Charles Council Dudley, Jr., Presley Zachary Dunn, Jr., 
Frank John Eckert, Robert Mayer Evans, Barry Morton 
Farber, Fred Lee Garner, Robert Edward Goodman, William 
Orndoff Headlee, William Coffeen Hohon, William Mo- 
Clure Hooke, James Albert House, Jr., Ivar Alex Johnson, 
Dean Cicero Jones, Jr., Robert Calhoun Jordan, Jr., Joseph 
Jay Kline, William Valentine Ledford, William Lord Lon- 
don, IV, Edgar Love, III, James Herbert Melntyre, William 
Woodard McLendon, Robert Lee Marks, Donald Myron 
Mendel, Allan Francis Milledge, Andrew Cleveland Miller, 
III, Stewart Lee Mooring, Frank Davis Nelson, Roderick 
MacLatchie Nicol, William Henry Piner, William Frank 
Redding, III, Milburn McGarvey Respess, Burton Jones 
Rights, Harold Pou Roberts, Blackwell Sawyer, Jr., Robin 
Jerome Scroggs, Joel Herbert Siegel, Lewis Alexander Sikes, 
Herbert Henry Sims, Thomas Warwick Steed, Jr., Henry 




F'aunded 17 7G 



A.ipha Chapter af JVarih CiBralina 



Louis Stephenson, Jr., Robert Louis Strickland, John Aloy- 
sius Sullivan, Jesse Thomas Terrell, Jerome Constantine 
Thompson, David Ronald Tillev, George Reginald Tucker, 
Jr., Woodward White Williams, Jr., Robert Sessoms Wilson, 
James Wilson Gibbon Woolcott. 

SENIORS 

William Henry Aldridge, Jr., Jean Clay Bloom, Joseph 
Francis Centrone, Samuel Murrow Downs, Barbara E. Drag- 
one, Patrick Francis Earey, Mary Scott Everett, Orion 
Townsend Finklea, Margaret Blanche Garrett, Helen Bell 
George, Lucinda Gibson, Margaret Darden Gwaltney, Jack 
Walker Hopkins, Miriam Rosamonde Jones, Wilnia Jane 
Jones, Anne Marian Lide, Claude Eugene McKinney, John 
David McLawhorn, Jr., Bernice Shirley Margol, Phillis Ann 
Miller, Rachel Ann Miller, Tiny Marguerite Morrow, Nina 
Pape Norvell, Julia Kinsley Richardson Palmer, William 
Weaver Rhodes, Joyce Frances Rickert, Ruth Clark Saun- 
ders, Grevilda Wilhelmina Snider, Mary Spainhour, John 
Howard Sumner, Frances Virginia Sweat, Ralph Milboume 
Thurlow, Carolyn Barbara Whipple, Martha Caroline Whit- 
ney, Phillip Adger Williams, Marie Cowie Withers. 

MEMBERS INITIATED DECEMBER 5, 1951 

Julian Sheppard Albergotti, Jr., Claude Alton Barnhill, 
Lewis Forman Camp, Jr., Heath Harding Carriker, Thomas 
Edison Castelloe, Roy Clinton Corderman, Jr., David Wil- 
liam Darr, Walter Edward Deyton, Thomas Elmer Ennis. 
Jr.. Daniel Jack Gore, Jr., Francis Weatherly Green, James 
Edwards Griffin, Jo Ann Grogan, Ruth Marie Hatch, Waver- 
ly Erwin Hester, Axel Werner Hoke, Charles Marion Hug- 
gins, Peter Kotsch Kloeppel, Harry Lerner, WUliam Henry 
Mallison, Van Alfon McAuley, William Norton, Lila Mills 
Ponder, William Edward Rutherford, Clyde Bernard Satter- 
white, Jr., Frederick Robert Scher, John Martin Schnorren- 
berg, Robert Wilson Siler, James Richard Smith, John 
Shelby Spong, Francis Asbury Stewart, Robert Lee Summer- 
lin, Wynefred Phillips Walker, George Britain Walton, Jr., 
Bettye Connally White, William Thomas Wolf, John Wil- 
liam Canada, Rosalyn Howard Gardner. 



173th Anniversary 




OFFICERS 



MEL STRIBtlf^C^/Presidenf 
JOAN CHARLES, Vice-President 



HELEN BRUNDAGE, Secretary 
SUE LI NDSEY, Treasurer 



JOYCE EVANS, Alumnae Secretary 



MEMBERS 



Jackie Bumpous 
Pellen Speck 



■<t^i 



Betty Ray 
Joan King 



HONORARY MEMBERS 
■ ■ I Isabelle MacLeod GayCurric 

Elizabeth Denny Mary Frances Keftom 




Order of the 



427 
428 
454 
483 
485 



489 
490 
491 
493 
494 
495 
496 
497 



501 
502 
503 
504 



MEMBERS 1951-52 

Ernest G. Crone 
James Clarence Wallace 
Richard Isley Walker 
John Lassiter Sanders 
Herbert Seawell Yates 
Horace Stacy 

nks Cooper Talley, Jr. 
Urban Tigner Holmes 

chard Hampton Jenrette 
William Davis Cash 
Richard Fry Bunting 
Robert Benjamin Payne 
James Wood Wilson 
Richard James Murphy 
Henry Taylor Vaden 
Larry Francis Botto 
Edward George Bilpuch 
James Herbert Mclntyre 
Colvin Theodore Leonard, J 
Robin Jerome Scroggs 
Allan E, Milledge 
William Thomas Wolf 






FACULTY MEMBERS 

Charles Phillips Russell 
Claude Edward Teague 
Edgar Ralph Rankin 
Robert Burton House 
Herman Glenn Baity 
Ernest Lloyd Mackie 
Albert McKinley Cootes 
Joseph Burton Linker 
Corydon Perry Spruill 
Frederick Carlysle Sheppard 
Earle Horace Hartsell 
Joseph Maryon Saunders 
William T. Couch 
Edgar Alexander Cameron 
Walter Smith Spearman, Jr. 
Gordon Gray 
John Tettemer O'Neil 
Frederick Henry Weaver 
George Alexander Heard 
William M. Shuford 
Edward Sidney Lanier 
Hugh T. Lef ler 
Harry K. Russell 
Raymond L. Jefferies, Jr. 
Frank W. Hanft 
William Clyde Friday 
Robert .A. Fetzer 
Walter R. Berryhill 
William Stanley Roth 



]rd Jaijies Wc 

jry Parker Brarlidis, J'r 



pdhoiis 



0vhtv of tf)e #rail 



JAMES HERBERT MclNTYRE . 
JOSEPH ROBERT PRIVOTT . 
EDGAR LOVE, III . . . 



. . . Delegate 
. . Exchequer 
. . Scribe 



SIR KNIGHTS 



FrankJ.AIIstonJr. 
Larry F. Botto 
William R. Burkholder 
Ralph L. Craver 
John Denham 
William E.Graham, Jr. 
William Orndoff Headlee 
Hamilton Cowles Horton, Jr. 



J. Albert House, Jr. 
Robert E.Hutchinson 
Benjamin E.James, Jr. 
James Carlisle McLeod, Jr. 
Eugene Oberdorfer, II 
William S. Pregnall 
William S. Roth 



Dalton D. Ruffin 



Henry Allen Tate, Jr. 



K\)t 0vUv of tfje 0[ti Wtli 



OFFICERS 

Allan Francis Milledge President 

Robert Moyer Evans . . ■ Vice-President 

Berry Morton Farber Secretary-Treasurer 

Ernest Lloyd Mackie Recorder 

CHARTER MEMBERS 

William Donald Carmichael, III 

William Robert Coulter 

Jesse Henry Dedmond 

Peter Horry Gerns 

Samuel Hirsch 

Charles Louis Johnston, Jr. 

Allard Kenneth Lowenstein 

William Ernest Mackie 

Basil Lamar Sherrill 

Donald Gray Shropshire 

Leonard Adolph Szafaryn 

Dr. Samuel Thomas Emory 

Dr. Ernest Lloyd Mackie 

Dr. William Smith Wells 

MEMBERS INITIATED 
1951 

Frank James Allston, Jr. 
Joseph Frederick Augustine 
Kyle Durland Barnes 
Albert Stowe Blankenship, Jr. 
Jean Clay Bloom 
William Chivous Bostic, III 
Larry Francis Botto 
Anne Logan Brewer 
William Jackson Brown 
William Cromartie Burgess 
Philip Edward Burkhalter 
Benjamin Escott James, Jr. 
James William Johnson 
Graham Eugene Jones 
Jay Harris Joseph 
Robert Edward Kaufman 
John Lacy Kennedy 
James Louis Delay Lamm 
John Thomas Longley 
Edgar Love, III 
James Herbert Mclntyre 
Dorothy Jane Manss 
Samuel Davis Byrd, Jr. 
William Davis Cash 
Lewis Rose Chapman, Jr. 
David Elwood Clinard, Jr. 
Richard Erie Cofield, Jr. 
Phyllis Costner 




EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

William Earl Prince 
Paul Alexander Roth 
William Chivous Bostic, III 

Alternates: 

Edgar Love, III 

Benjamin Escott James, Jr. 

MEMBERS INITIATED 
1951 

Erwin Martin Donziger 
Kathleen Davis 
Robert Hampton Davis, Jr. 
Frances Wood Drone 
Charles Wade Dwiggins, Jr. 
Frank John Eckert 
Robert Mayer Evans 
Mary Scott Everett 
Barry Morton Farber 
Charles Dunsmore Fox, III 
Helen Bell George 
Margaret Dorden Gwoltney 
Winifred Hoskins Harriss 
Benjamin Russell Harward 
William Orndoff Headlee 
Frank Cyrus Hooper 
Horry Hubert Horton, Jr. 
James Albert House, Jr. 
Allan Francis Milledge 
James Arthur Mills 
Warren Dole Morrison, Jr. 
Tiny Marguerite Morrow 
Charles Allon Northend 
Julio Kinsley Richardson Palmer 
Robert Benjamin Payne 
William Earl Prince 
Joseph Robert Privott 
William Weaver Rhoodes 
Henry Zone Robbins 
Paul Alexander Roth 
Judith Ann Sonford 
Robin Jerome Scroggs 
Grevildo Wilhelmina Snider 
John Sutton Stump 
Frances Virginia Sweat 
Anne Langdon Townsend 
Henry Taylor Voden 
Rosalie Anderson Varn 
Carolyn Barbara Whipple 
Arthur Simeon Winsor, Jr. 
Peggy Virginia Wood 

HONORARY MEMBER 
Robert Burton House 



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Beta Gaiiinia Sigma 

ALPHA CHAPTER OF NORTH CAROLINA 

Established February 20, 1933 

OFFICERS 

T. H. CARROLL Honorary President 

EDGAR LOVE, III President 

W. A. TERRILL Secretary 

EDWARD S. COLEY Treasurer 



STUDENTS 

Edward H. Austin 
William A. Bowen 
Lewis R. Chapman 
Edward S. Coiey 
Robert W. Davidson 
Freddy L. Garner 
Robert E. Goodman 
John R. Ingram 
Edgar Love, III 
Frank D. Nelson 
William G. Penry 
Thomas W. Steed, Jr. 
Richard J. Tuggie 
Robert C. Vaughn, Jr. 




FACULTY 

J. C. D. Blaine, Ph.D. 

D. D. Carroll, A.M. 
T. H.Carroll, DCS. 
J. E. Dykstra, DCS. 
Clarence Heer, Ph.D. 

R. J.M. Hobbs, A.B., LLB. 
C. S. Logsdon, Ph.D. 
J. P. Maggard, Jr., M.B.A. 
C. H. McGregor, Ph.D. 
J.T. O'Neil, Ph.D. 

E. E. Peacock, M.B.A.,C.P.A. 
G. T. Schwenning, Ph.D. 

W. A. Terrill, M.S. 
H. D. Wolf, Ph.D. 
J. B. Woosley, Ph.D. 



Beta Gamma Sigma is the national scholarship fraternity in commerce and business. Students 
are considered for membership who rank in the highest ten per cent of the senior class and the 
highest three per cent of the junior class, although the number selected is generally less. 



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BPPUUTJ QM UVMXJVIY TRML VREU AFHTY NVMNLKA 

TQBFNGV HBQ NVJR TYQZS SOLT FCH MLUA 

SIEI KVGW VALMAR LXII. 



RULERS 



658 DALTON DILLARD RUFFIN . 

659 JAMES W. G. WOOLLCOTT 

666 CHARLES A. BORDA, III . 

669 THOMAS C.COXE, III . 

676 WILLIAM G. QUARLES 



SUBJECTS 



174 Archibald Henderson 

241 Joseph G. deR. Hamilton 

255 Frank Porter Graham 

315 Robert Wettach 

319 William W. Pierson 

331 Thomas Felix Hickerson 

343 Dudley Dewitt Carroll 

349 William Donald Carmichael 

373 Allen Wilson Hobbs 

385 Robert Edwin Koker 

405 Charles S. Mangum, Jr. 

417 George Coffin Taylor 

439 J. Penrose Harland 

442 Robert Burton House 

444 Gordon Gray 

490 Fletcher Melvin Green 

546 Harry Russell 

634 Lyman A. Cotton 

653 Thorne Gregory 

658 Dalton Dillard Ruffin 



659 James W. G. Woolcott 

661 Edgar Rutherford Beatty 

662 Sydenham B. Alexander 

663 Frank W. Klingberg 

664 Henry W. Lewis 

665 Robert B. Lindsey 

666 Charles A. Borda, III 

668 Rodney L. McKnight 

669 Thomos C. Coxe, III 

670 Robert S. Webb, Jr. 

671 Charles L. Haywood 

672 John Huske, Jr. 

673 Benson R. Wilcox 

674 Michael C. Carver 

675 Richard Brooke Lowson, Jr. 

676 William G. Quarles 

677 James H. M. Thorp 

678 Herbert R. Boer 

679 George D. Penick 

680 Robert Arthur Spaugh 



Order of 

The Minatauris 

OFFICERS 

BENSON R, WILCOX President 

BIFF ROBERTS Vice-President 

ROBERTS. WEBB, JR Secretary-Treasurer 



MEMBERS 
A. Chase Ambler 
Newton B. Berkley 
Edgar Betty 
Ladson Boyle 
Jock Brinson 
Z, Creighton Brinson 
Francis Clarkson, Jr. 
Thomas Coxe, J r. 
James F. Davenport, Jr. 
Marsdende Rossett 
William S. Evans, Jr. 
Jacob Froelich, Jr. 
Robert L. Gibbon, II 
Charles L Haywood 
Charles B. C Holt 
Frank L Hood, 111 
John Huske, Jr. 
James F. Hurley, III 
M. Garland Johnson 
Bill Landers 
John M. McCollam 
J. Alex McMillan, III 
Richard Penegor 
Dan Perry 
Ely Perry, Jr. 
James S. Reuning 
Da I ton Ruff in 
Charles P. Scott 
Kenneth R. Smith, Jr. 
James Thorp 
James G. F. Whitton 
A. Rex Willis 
Charles M. Winston 




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Olnrnnn Mmh 2In&gp 



JACOB H. FROELICH, JR. 
PRINCEPS 



JAMES S. REUNING 
QUAESTOR 



GEORGE S. BLACKWELDER, JR. 
SCRIPTOR 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Nicholson B. Adorns 

Walter R. Berryhill 

James B. Bullitt 

Keener C. Frozer 

Louis Graves 

Edward McG. Hedgepeth 

Urban T. Holmes 

W. Dougold MacMillon 

Roland P. McClamrock 

JohnT. O'Neil 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 

George S. Blackwelder, Jr. 

Z. Creighton Brinson 

Lewis A. Brown 

James C. Cowan 

Lawrence E. Earley 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 

Paul B. Edmundson 

Jacob H. Froelich, Jr. 

William H. Fulwiler 

M. Garland Johnson 

Robert H. Koonts 

Cecil A. Pless, Jr. 

James S. Reuning 

Barksdale F. Roberts 

DalmaW. Uzzlejr. 

Alexander S. Watkins, Jr. 



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66 



13'^ Club Roster 

1951-52 




DICK THOMPSON 

President 

Jim Montgomery 
William Hollingsworth 
Pete Alexander 
Nick Hart 
Julian McGee 
Hubert Tolson 
Boo Boyer 
Sam McNinch, III 
Julius Green 
David Darr 
Frank Daniels 
Tommy Stokes 
Lawrence Thorp 
Herbert Thorp 
Sam Jordan 
Daniel Cole 
John Sealy 
Herb Howell 
Ray Deal 
Hilliard Staton 



JIM FERREE 

Vice-President 

Tommy Rogers 
Ben Lackey 
Charlie Trent 
Jones York 
Herbert Spaugh 
Jack Stoughton 
Pat Thomas 
Jim Bertron 
Bill Hedrick 
Larry Early 
Bryant Hare 
Garland Homes 
Joe Nelson 
Jack Borden 
Gene Hardin 
George Evans 
Dave Kelly 
Bev Warner 
Woody Fearing 



GEORGE FREEMAN 

Secretary-Treasurer 

J. C. Evans 
Barney Boardman 
Scotty Cramer 
John Gold 
George Montcastle 
John Wettoch 
Bill Williamson 
Kay Lewis 
Wray Farlow 
Jim Cowon 
Roddy Dowd 
Brack Matthews 
Pete Parker 
Bob Snow 
Seth Bostick 
Paul Edmondson 
Spencer Gregory 
Swain Stephenson 
Ed Haines 
Bill Cheshire 



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Order of the Sheiks 



CLEMENT G. WRIGHT 
CARTWRIGHT CARMICHAEL 
WILLIAM L HILL 



V. S. 
K. 



Jim Adams 
Charlie Oldridge 
Bill Black 

George Blackwelder 
Sam BIythe 
Bill Bostic 
Dave Brenegar 
Don Carmichael 
Don Carroll 
Joe Cloud 
Jimmy Craig 
Rennie Cuthbertson 
Fred Cutts 
David Dowdy 
Will Feltus 



MEMBERS 

George Freeman 
Jim Glover 
Tom Gregory 
Thorne Gregory 
Curtis Harper 
Tom Hill 
Earl Johnson 
Dick Kane 
Roger Kingsbury 
Gene Lyons 
Bill McKay 
Tommy Pace 
Bill Patterson 
Howard Penton 
Dick Pillsbury 



Cecil Piess 
Sidney Proctor 
Joe Ragsdale 
Charlie Sawyer 
Jim Schenck 
Webb Sherrill 
Wood Smethurst 
Duffield Smith 
Stanley Sturm 
Jimmy Vance 
Charlie Watkins 
Randy Watson 
Henry V. P. Wilson 
Jimmy Woollcott 



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Alpha Phi Omega 
First Row: Joe Arnold, Myron Banks, Bob Blanton, Gene Cain. 
Second Rote: Lewis Camp, Wade Coleman, Joe Dail, Bob Farmer. 
Third Roiv: Jim Grimes, Bill Hogshead, Thornton Long, Henry Lowet. 
Fourth Row: T. V. Lyon, Bruce Marger, Herb Pendergraph, Bill Roth. 
Fifth Row: Al Rumbough, Bob Sapp, Bill Wood, Mel Woodford. 
Sixth Row: Harry Young, Jerry Wagger. 



Alpha 

Phi 
Omega 



Alpha Phi Omega, national service 
fraternity, was founded in 1925 at 
Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsyl- 
vania. Rho Chapter, numbering 
seventeenth among the more than 
200 chapters, was chartered here 
on May 19, 1930. and was reacti- 
vated after the war in 1949. 

Alpha Phi Omega engages in 
projects of worthwhile service to 
the campus, the community, and 
the nation. A few of the useful 
activities engaged in by Rho Chap- 
ter were aid to handicapped stu- 
dents, help to the Blood Bank, first- 
aid booths at the football games. 
Parents' Day and the reactivation 
of Battle Park picnic grounds. 



OFFICERS 

Jerry Shuping 
President 

Joe Arnold 
1st Vice-President 

Thornton Long 
2nd Vice-President 

Al Rumbough 
Recording Secretary 

George Rodgers 
Treasurer 



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Alpha 

Epsilon 

Delta 



The National Chapter of Alpha Ep- 
silon Deha established the North 
Carolina Beta Chapter of this hon- 
orary pre-medical society at the 
University of North Carolina on 
March 25, 1936. Since that date the 
local chapter has been active as a 
guiding group to interested pre- 
medical students. It has helped to 
give these students an insight into 
the problems and philosophy of a 
medical career. By the presentation 
of guest speakers from the various 
phases of the medical profession, 
visits to hospitals, and similar activ- 
ities, the chapter has endeavored to 
bridge the gap between the Pre- 
Medical School and the School of 
Medicine. 



OFFICERS 

Walter Linville 
President 

Mark Roberts 
Vice-President 

John Rieker 
Secretary-Treasurer 




Alpha Epsilon Delta 
First Rote: Claude A. Barnhill, Juris Bergmanis, Coleman Brantley. 
Second Rote: Daniel W. Davis, Charles Fowler, Walter Linville, Jr. 
Third Row: Clifton G. Payne, Joe Iverson Riddle, Mark W. Roberts. 
Fourth Row: Robert Rollins, W. Wallace White. 



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Kappa 
Psi 



OFFICERS 

Alec W. Clelland 
Charles D. Blanton 
Waller Stephen PerroM- 
Rowe B. Camphell 
Earl T. Brown 
Sani Thorne 
Huhert N. Rogers 
I. W. Rose 



Regent 

Vice-Regent 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Historian 

Chaplain 

Pledgeniaster 

Faculty Advisor 



HISTORY 

Founded at Medical College of Virginia 
in 1879. 

Beta Xi Chapter founded at V. N. C. in 
1915. 

Colors : Scarlet and Cadet (irey 

Flower: Red Carnation 

Publication: The Mask 

Purpose: To stimulate interest in the 
profession of pharmacy among men of 
outstanding character, integrity, and 
scholarship. Through education and 
fraternal spirit, we endeavor to equip our 
men with a well-rounded background to 
serve the profession to the maximum ad- 
vantage of both the public and ourselves. 

After spending a most enjoyable vaca- 
tion, all the Kappa Psi's journeyed toward 
Chapel Hill and found themselves in a 
new location at 117 West Rosemary 
Street. After a week or so of renovation, 
our new house appeared to be in a liv- 
able condition — with each brother's 
helping hand. 

On our agenda for the year 1951-52 
were many varied activities; rushing, 
smokers, alumni "get-togethers," Christ- 
mas Party, Pledge Dance, initiation for 




new members, participation in intra- 
mural sports, NCPA, and Senate pro- 
grams, and finally the long awaited Phar- 
macy Week-end. 

Before we realized it. June bad rolled 
around and found us cramming for 
Spring quarter exams. Some of the 
brothers left Chapel Hill for another 
Summer's experience in that old pre- 
scription department, but the serious 
minded seniors could be found in Chapel 
Hill "burning the midnight oil" in prep- 
aration for the State Board Examination. 
Good Luck, Brothers! 



Pag(> 256 




First Rote: Leron Dale Adams, Joseph Furman Bland, Charles 
Donald Blanton, Jr., Edward Luther Bradshaw, Jr., Robert 
Timothy Brht, Earl Triplett Brown • Second Rote: Thomas 
Reeves Burgiss, Loy Ray Burris, Jr., Rowe Bogle Campbell, Jr., 
Leo Harrison Carter, Alec W. Clelland, Harold Vann Day • 
Third Row: Millard Dalton Denson, Junious Franklin Fergu- 
son, Jr., Lewis Mouchet Ferguson, James Hugh Fletcher, Calvin 
Moore Floyd, Jr., John Paul Friday • Fourth Row: William L. 
Frostick, Jerry Thomas Gaylord, Eugene Walden Hackney. 
Dellon Graham King, Thomas Francis Kostic, Benjamin Kater 
Mobley • Fifth Row: Billy R. Murray, Walter Stephen Perrow, 
Samuel Howard Price, Jr., James Clark Robinson, Jr., Hubert 
Newton Rogers, Jr., Gilbert Clark Russell • Sixth Row: John 
Marshall Sasser, Ralph Wright Smith, Jr., Robert G. Smith. 
James Ambler Speight, Samuel Thomas Thorne, Harry Wilson 
Tiraberlake, Joseph Graham White • Members not Pictured: 
Clarence Graham Fisher, James Simpson Greene, Emory Milner 
Watson. 




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Alpha Kappa Pisi 



Alpha Kappa Psi — founded on October 5, 
1904, at New York University, New York 
City — is the first and ohlest commerce 
fraternity in the United States today. Chap- 
ters have since been established only in 
those schools which have been highly ac- 
credited in the fields of commerce. Our 
chapter, Alpha Tau, was first installed at 
Carolina on February 18, 1925; and after 
being dormant since 1933, it was reacti- 
vated on November 7, 1948, and has since 
attained a high rank among all chapters in 
the nation. 

We, the members of the Alpha Tau Chap- 
ter of Alpha Kappa Psi, have made it our 
task to further the individual welfare of 
each member by the association of our 
mutual helpfulness and common interest in 
the fields of business administration. It has 
been our utmost desire to better ourselves 
through an exchange of ideas and through 
a knowledge of commerce so that we may 
become professionally improved and better 
able to fit into the mold of the business 
world. In order to accomplish this task, we 
gather in our meetings not only to acquaint 
ourselves in social activities but also to 
achieve, always in the spirit of a common 
profession, a more implicit and exact per- 
ception of our future. This attainment shall 
not be a personal accomplishment, l)ut one 
which shall foster scientific research in the 
fields of l)usiness, one which shall educate 
the public to appreciate and demand a 
more compelling and a more honest busi- 
ness world, one which shall promote all 
students who seek to obtain degrees in 
business administration. With these pur- 
poses and ideals in mind, we shall continue 
to direct all of our actions in the advance- 
ment of a belter and more cooperative 
world of business. 

OFFICERS 

John E. Flood, Jr. President 

Jack S. IVIoss Vice-President 

Lawrence Egerlon, Jr. Secretary 

Dale Rosenblatt Treasurer 




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First Rote. Left to Right: William Frederick Black, Charles I. 
Bridger, Janie* N. Browne, III, Joseph Callahan, James T. 
Campbell. James H. Conoly • Second Rotv: Joseph B. Cox, 
James Dave, Robert Dave, Bobby L. Deal, Marx H. Deal, 
Lawrence Egerton • Third Row: John E. Flood, William G. 
Friddle, Jr., Robert S. Green, Joseph E. Hamrick, William Paul 
Holt, Jr., Ronald B. Jones • Fourth Rotv: Harvey W. Layton, 
Jr., Marvin D. Lovins, Frederick R. Mauney, Jack S. Moss, 
Louis Rabil, James W. Rose, Dale J. Rosenblatt • Fifth Row: 
Robert Sapp, Robert Arthur Spaugh, Jerome C. Thompson, 
Oliver T. Watkins, Edward W. Webster. Robert L. York, Wil- 
liam York. 




m^^h 




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Delta Sigma Pi 



OFFICERS 
Richard D. Hart 
Richard A. Sheets 
J. G. McNeil 
Philip R. Cree 
Thomas L. Jetton 
Ralph D. Waddell 
Herman F. Preston 



Headmaster 

Chancellor 

Senior W arden 

Junior W arden 

Scribe 

Treasurer 

Historian 



Faculty Members 
C. H. McGregor H. D. Wolf 



M. S. Heath 
G. L. Sehwenning 
Clarence Heer 
John T. O'Neil 
C. S. Logsdon 

R. P. Calhoon 



J. B. Woosley 
G. A. Barrett 
T. H. Carroll 
H. H. Mitchell 
J. C. D. Blaine 



Alspaugh off with the "cats" on another 
date ... Ed off to Asheville . . . "-BB" our 
big problem . . . "Bashfur' Al off to the 
"Springs" . . . "Lover" Burton bird- 
dogging again . . . Paul and those account- 
ing blues . . . Theodore and the black bear 
off to Raleigh . . . "Hank" from Milwaukee, 
he should know . . . Jim has that red con- 
vert on the run . . . "PC" making tracks as 
he goes . . . E. C. T. C. Bill off again . . . 
Jerry the sly fox . . . Garner joins the chain 
gang . . . "GG" from Fupex down near 
Aquay Springs . . . "Frathead" Hart off to 
the Angle Farm . . . "Hut" and his many 
jobs . . . C. J. ponders the mystery . . . 
"Sinbad" wants a date . . . "Zeke" looking 
for Everette Dorm . . . The "Third" drops 
in for a chat . . . "Goat" goes overboard 
for "Truehots" . . . "Old Reliable" Lowe 
flies in from Roanoke . . . "Ace" Martin 
looks at a few . . . "Papa" Mac and his little 
rose bud of Delta Sig . . . Dan says good- 
night to everyone . . . Don gets those points 
. . . "Romeo" Neese off to Greensboro . . . 
Page off to Hill Top . . . "Brains" always 
looking for an out . . . Pres plays those 
blues . . . "Tubby" Sheets and those Oak 
Avenue blues . . . Wally mixes a coke . . . 
Tuggle entertains the Student . . . "Wad- 
dle" and his rubber legs . . . Al Wellons, 
the cabbage-patch kid. 




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First Row: Thomas M. Alspaugh, W. Edward Briggs, Albert F. 
Buie, Paul W. Caldwell, Jr., Theodore G. Chandler, Henry I. 
Coggins, James E. Collins • Second Row: Philip R. Cree, Jerry 
D. Farmer, Fred L. Garner, F. Graham Goodwin, Richard D. 
Hart, Chestly J. Hyatt, Thomas L. Jetton • Third Row: Lloyd 
H. Johnson, William G. Lawrence, James G. McNeil, J. Daniel 
Moore, Donald S. Morris, Kenneth E. Neese, Jimmy C. Page, 
Jr. • Fourth Row: James C. Phelps, Herman F. Preston, 
Richard A. Sheets. Richard J. Tuggle, Ralph D. \< addell, J. Al 
Wellons • Members not Pictured: Burton W. Brown, George 
A. Burton, William G. Dautridge, Robert E. Hutchinson, Bill 
W. Lassiler, Richard T. Lowe, J. Howard Martin, Wallace 
Stephenson. 




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Sigma Alpha Iota 



The Iota Tau Chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota, na- 
tional music fraternity for women, was established 
at the University of North Carolina in April, 1946. 
Since that date the Chapter has endeavored to 
further the interest in music at the University 
through various musical programs and activities. 
This year Iota Tau Chapter entertained rushees in 
the Rendezvous Room and the Chapter Room. 
This was followed hy the traditional Pledge Cere- 
mony and a recital by the pledges. Sigma Alpha 
Iota annually presents a Program of American 
Music in collaboration with Phi Mu Alpha in Hill 



Hall during Spring quarter. Iota Tau was proud 
to have as its guests for a dinner party the Sigma 
Alpha Iota Chapter at Meredith College in Raleigh. 
The participating patronesses for Iota Tau Chapter 
are Mrs. Earl Slocum, Mrs. Loren T. McKinney, 
and Mrs. R. H. Wettach. 

Officers for 1951-52 were: President, Nancy 
Wing; Vice-President, Sally Jente; Recording Sec- 
retary, Pat King; Corresponding Secretary, Ruth 
Davis; Treasurer, Nora Lackey; Chaplain, Eleanor 
Martens; and Editor, Joan Charles. 



First Row: Katherine Blue, Joan Charles, Juanita Childers, Ruth Davis, Nancy Green, 
Katherine Jente • Second Row: Patricia King, Nora Lackey, Nancy Wing, Nancy Ripple, 
Nancy Ann Ader, Celia Lively • Third Row: Leta MuUer, Marjory Tilson, Martha Snow, 
Mary Kellani, Carol Kelly, Sue Wilkins • Members not Pictured: Constance Carter. 
Elizabeth Hardee, Eleanor Martens, Molly Swain. 




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Sigma Gamma Epsilon 



Sigma Gamma Epsilon is a national honorary fra- 
ternity of the Earth Sciences. The Alpha Alpha 
Chapter was established at the University of North 
Carolina on April 3, 1931. Following a period of 
inactivity during and after World War II, it was 
reactivated on May 23, 1947. 

The fraternity has as its objective the social, 
scholastic and scientific advancement of students 
of the Earth Sciences. It also seeks to enhance 



student-faculty relations and provide programs of 
geological and geographical interest for its mem- 
bers and others on the campus who are interested 
in the Earth Sciences. 

Officers for 1951-52 are: Fred D. Bingham, 
President; Robert S. Allison, Vice-President and 
Historian; Robert E. Bailey, Secretary-Treasurer; 
John A. Ruggles, Corresponding Secretary; Dr. 
V. I. Mann, Faculty Advisor. 



First Row: Robert S. Allison, Robert E. Bailey, Julian A. Barbot, M. Durwood Barbour, 
Frederick D. Bingham • Second Row: Frank O. Bowman, Richard E. Dahlberg, C. H. 
Vincent Ebert, Henry C. Fisher, William H. Hogshead • Third Row: Daniel R. Holland, 
James M. Jennings, Dewey S. Kirstein, Charles S. Morse, James E. Payne, John A. 
Ruggles • Member not Pictured: Glenn G. Wyrick. 




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Delta Theta Phi 




Battle Senate of Delta Theta Phi Law 
Fraternity was estahlished at the Uni- 
versity of North Carolina in 1924. Delta 
Theta Phi. a national organization, was 
founded in 1901 at Cleveland Law School 
and has grown until it has over 28.000 
members. Today its 80 senates make it 
the largest legal fraternity in the LTnited 
States. 

The object of Delta Theta Phi Law 
Fraternity is to unite fraternally congen- 
ial students of the law, to lead them and 
their fellow students to high scholarship 
and legal learning, to surround them 
with an environment such that the tradi- 
tions of the law and of the profession 
may descend upon them, to promote 
justice and to advance the interests of 
the law. 

Battle Senate has continued its social 
and professional program, but particu- 
lar emphasis has been placed on the pro- 
fessional. Through this program Delta 
Theta Phi seeks to acquaint the law stu- 
dent with the aspects of the practice of 
law which he cannot acquire from the 
law school curriculum. Included in this 
program have been lectures by outstand- 
ing attorneys and judges, as well as trips 
to the North Carolina Supreme Court and 
other places of interest to law students. 



OFFICERS 

Bob Whitmire Dean 

Homer Friday Vice-Dean 

Lonnie Herbin Clerk of the Rolls 

Mickey Moore Clerk of the Exchequer 

O. B. Crowell Master of the Ritual 

Jim Seay Bailiff 

Bill Morris Tribune 



First Rote: Al Briiison, O. B. Crowell, Vernon Daughtridge • Second 
Roiv: Homer Friday, Lamar Jones, Bob Kirby • Third Rote: Bob Lock, 
Mickey Moore, Bill Morris • Fourth Rote: Bill Morrow, Jim Seay. George 
Vann • Fifth Rote: Rom Watson, Bob Whitmire. Al Worth • Members 
not Pictured: Doe Berry, L. K. Ferguson, Lonnie Herbin, Jack Yarbrough. 



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Phi 

Alpha 
Delta 

LiUtv Fraternity 



Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity was 
founded in 1898 at the University of 
Chicago School of Law. The Ruffin Chap- 
ter was estahlished at the LIniversity of 
North Carolina in April, 1921. The Fra- 
ternity sets as its purpose the forming of 
a strong hond hetween the members of 
the classes in Law School; the forming 
of a connection between the members of 
Law School and former students; and 
the cultivation of a closer bond of friend- 
ship and the attainment of a higher and 
broader culture than that afforded by 
the regular college course. 

Each year the Chapter conducts a 
mock trial presided over by a member 
of the state bench, and holds a series of 
banquets with prominent members of 
the bench and bar invited as speakers. A 
lending textbook service set up by the 
Chapter is available to all of the mem- 
bers of the School of Law. This combined 
social - professional program is carried 
out with the intentions of improving 
professional standards and developing 
leadership through association and serv- 
ice. 

OFFICERS 

James D. Blount, Jr. Justice 

J. Dickson McLean, Jr. Vice-Justice 

L T. Valentine, Jr. Clerk 

Charles Welling Treasurer 



M. T. Van Hecke 



Faculty Advisor 




f !0 1 



First Rotv: William Agapioii, William Anderson, James Blount, Joseph 
Bowen • Second Row: Roland Braswell, Willis Brown, B. H. Carpenter, 
Michael DeMaio • Third Row: Ravmond Dunn. Harry Faggart, Henry 
Godwin, John Golding • Fourth Row: Alien Harrell, Edwin Hatch, 
Marvin Hogan, Hurshell Keener • Fifth Row: Charles Lambeth, Thomas 
Matthews, Roy McKnight, Dickson McLean • Sixth Row: Max Ruppe, 
William Smith, Harold Spainhour, Sam Tate • Seventh Roiv: Knox 
Walker, Joseph C. Ward, Charles Welling • Members not Pictured: Ike 
Andrews, Ernest Currin, Winfred Ervin, Lewis Evans, James Hollowell, 
William Long, James Israel, Clarence Joyce, Angus McKellar, 1. T. 
Valentine, Carol Walden. 



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Phi Delta Phi 

OFFICERS 

Richard deY. Manning Magister Samuel H. Johnson Clerk 

Michael A. Roberts Exchequer Hugh P. Griffin, Jr. Historian 



Phi Delta Phi International Legal Fraternity, the 
oldest professional fraternity of any kind in Amer- 
ica, was founded at the University of Michigan in 
1869. Vance Inn of Phi Delta Phi Mas founded at 
the University of North Carolina in 1919. It has 
the distinction of being the only legal fraternity 
that remained active here throughout the war years. 

The Fraternity sponsors two publications as a 
service to its members. The "Brief" is a quarterly 
magazine carrying articles of timely interest both 
as to the Law in general and as to the activities of 
Phi Delta Phi Inns and alumni of Phi Delta Phi. 
The '"Directory" is an annual publication contain- 
ing names and other information regarding the 
Phi Delta Phi members of the bar. The 1950 edi- 
tion carries listings of 41,421 members with in- 



formation as to their locality and type of practice. 
Phi Delta Phi holds an international convention 
every two years at places selected at previous con- 
ventions. 

Vance Inn has monthly luncheons with visiting 
practitioners as guest speakers, and the Inn has 
one purely social function each semester. Vance 
Inn has a special project designed to stimulate 
closer cooperation between law students and mem- 
bers of the bar in such a way as to allow students 
to work with practicing attorneys in both research 
and on cases. 

The purpose of Phi Delta Phi, to promote a 
higher standard of professional ethics and culture 
in this and other law schools and in the profession 
at large, is the constant theme of all our activity. 




First Row: Wallace Ashley, Lyii Bond, Hal Broadfoot, Keiiiietli Do»ii«. Jack Klain. Richard Griffin • Second Row: Hugh 
Griffin, Dean Hamrick, Arned Hinshaw, Paul Johnson, Stahle Linn, Richard Planning • Third Row: Webster Medlin, Sieve 
Millikin, William Mills, Robert Montgomery, Charles Nichols. Charles Nye • Fourth Row: Hubert Olive. Dotson Palmer, 
Michael Roberts, Marshall Smith, Dave Strain, Hugh Wells • Members not Pictured: Roy Cole, Richard Cooper, Ernest 
Delaney, Samuel Johnson, Jack Lasley, Ted Leonard, Jim Hedrick, Paul Plunkett, Jack Potts, Monroe Redden, James 
Trotter, Mort Union, Earl Vaughn, Walker Worth. 



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Phi Delta Chi 



OFFICERS 
J. P. Horlon President William H. Randall Treasurer 

Charles C. Campbell Vice-President John Wagnow Pledge Master 

Thomas R. Bostian Secretary Carl M. Kirhy Inner Guard 

Thomas Wagner Worthy Prelate 



Phi Delta Chi is a professional pharmaceutical fra- 
ternity founded to promote and advance the science 
of pharmacy by striving to instill in its members 
the highest ideals and principles worthy of an old 
and honored profession. 

This, the Alpha Gamma Chapter, was establish- 
ed at the University of North Carolina on May 30, 
1922. Since then it has been an active organization 
in the School of Pharmacy. 

Another year by the boards. The football week- 
ends. Many of the brothers back for the Notre 
Dame week-end. Parties running wild. All the 



brothers majoring in "Nursing Arts." Led by Poddy 
of course. Runt and Moe. "Lets Parly." Goon 
W. C. ing. The married brothers. Brooks, Pop, 
Lelon, Lewis. Your wives are always welcome, men. 
And some studied; Tom, Bill, Vernon, Charles. 
Others were waiting for June. Kuth and Bucky. 
Fve got the warms for you. Bull still bulling. Bos- 
tian and Shadow thought the Jr. year. "I'll raise 
you two." Randy everywhere, usually with. "Men, 
bills are payable before the tenth." "We need a 
fourth for bridge." A wonderful year. P. H. C. 
Week-end still rocking. Many fine parties. Too 
many classes and labs. We will make it yet. Here 
comes Flash. 




First Row: Bruce B. IS.dilinsfiild, Thomas R. Bostioii. Cliarlo < :. Campbell, Lelon C. Dollar, Keith N. Fulbright • Second 
Row: George W. Harris, Joseph Claxton Harris, William D. Ilortuii, Carl M. Kirby, William M. Lovelace • Third Row: James 
Miller, William H. Randall, Jr., William Jay Swan, John W. Wagner, Murphy Thomas Wagner • Members not Pictured: Lewis 
W. Barnes, Jr., Fred Charles, John P. Horton, Vernon Prince. 



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Rho Chi Society 




The Rho Chi Pharmaceutical Hon- 
orary Society was founded at the 
llniversity of Michigan in 1908. 
The XI Chapter of the University of 
North Carolina was established in 
1929. 

The object of the Society is two- 
fold : to promote the advancement 
of pharmaceutical sciences and to 
promote good fellowship among 
undergraduates, graduates and fac- 
ulty members, bringing them to- 
gether in fraternal and helpful 
comradeship. 

Rho Chi represents a minimum 
of 112 quarter hours of work in 
which an average of 92.5 or better 
has been maintained. Membership 
is the most coveted award of a phar- 
macy student. 



OFFICERS 

B. Cade Brooks 
President 

Herman Hallett Daniels 
Vice-President 

Joseph Earl Hatcher 
Secretary-Treasurer 



First Rote: B. Cade Brooks, Alexander 
William Clellaiid. Jr. • Second Row: 
Herman Hallet Daniels. James Hugh 
Fletcher • Third Row: Worihe Sey- 
mour Holt, John Marshall Sasser • 
Fourth Row: Nirholas Harry Batuyious 
• Members not Pictured: Joseph Earl 
Hatcher, Earl Triplett Brown, Henry 
Paul Cogdell, Beatrice Kaminetsky, 
George Leon Pittman. 



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Kappa Episilon 




The Lanil>cla Chapter of Kappa 
Epsilon, national honorary so- 
rority for women pharmacy 
students, was founded at the 
University of North Carolina 
on January 21, 1941 ; and since 
that time has heeome an im- 
portant part of the School of 
Pharmacy. Kappa Epsilon was 
estahlished to stimulate in its 
members a desire for high 
scholarship, a professional con- 
sciousness, lasting loyalty, in- 
terest antl friendship. 

First Rotv: Jackie O'Neal, Patsv Up- 
diuroh, Martha Ann Smith, Grey 
BuHock, Barbara Dillard • Second 
Row: Don Hedrick, Francis Parsons, 
Betsv Sparks, Joyce Nelson, Thalia 
Pappas, Carolyn Burgess. 



The Sigma Omega Beta Chap- 
ter of Omega Gamma Mu Iota 
was formed at the University 
of North Carolina in the fall 
of 1951. Its diverse functions 
are reflected in the activities 
and contributions of its select 
membership. Honorary mem- 
bers not pictured are Mary 
Nell Boddie, Glenn Harden, 
Bruce Melton, Harry Snook, 
Walter Dear, Jim Mills, and 
Thomas McDonald. 



First Row: Robert Pace, Robert 
Evans, Frank Allston and Ruffin 
Woody, Co-Presidents; O. Mac Wliite 
and Rolfe Neil, Chairmen of the 
Moral Character Committee • Second 
Row: Sue Lindsey, Robert Colbert, 
Oliver T. Watkins, William Roth, 
Director of Subversive Activities; 
James Mclntyre, Chairman of Illicit 
Funds Committee; William Neely, 
Comptroller of Pornographic Pho- 
tography; Jackie Bunipous. 



Omega Gamma Mu Iota 



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Phi Eta Sigma 



Andrew Seaton Holt. Ill 
Donald Cary Carroll 
Robert Diggs Gorham. Jr. 
Willard Irving Walker 
John Moss Guilbert 
Dean Ernest L. Mackie 



President 
y ice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Historian 
Faculty' -4ilrisor 



Phi Eta Sigma is a freshman honorary scholastic fraternity, 
its purpose being to encourage sound scholarship from the 
beginning of the students'" college career. It was founded at 
the University of Illinois on March 22. 1923. There are 



seventy-seven chapters; the University of North Carolina 
chapter was established on May 29, 1947. 

Honorary Members: Deans Cordon P. Spruill, M. A. Hill, 
Jr.. Cecil Johnson, and Ernest L. Mackie. 



MEMBERS INITIATED FEBRUARY 27, 1951 



Edwin Thomas Andrews, Joseph Allen Arnold. Arthur Loron 
Barbanell, Cordon Battle, Jr., Marvin Bryan Berry. Richard 
Lee Bostian, Edwin Cannon Boyd, Kent Palmer Bradley, 
Stephen Carroll Brady, Edgar Thomas Branie, II. Barry 
Wayne Bryant. Vardanian Moore Buckalew. Bobby Gray 
Byrd, Donald Cary Carroll, Robert Talmadge Caudill, Wade 
Hampton Coleman, HI, Robert Lee Green Connelly, Farrell 
Rondall Crouse, Joseph Garner Dail, Jr.. Fred Jones Dale, 
Jr.. George Thomas Davis. Robert Daye, Herman Floyd 
Dorniire, Jr., Arthur James Eagan, Robert Norwood Elling- 
ton, Lloyd Bui-ton Ennis, Jerry Demetrios Galanides, Robert 
Diggs Gorham. Jr., Alpheus Johnson Gresham, Jr., Leonard 
Herbert Grodsky, John Moss Guilbert, Bernard Don Herman, 
Jim Fuller Hicks, Andrew Seaton Holt. HI. John Simeon 
Hudgins, Thomas Milton Johnson, Charles Ernest Julian, 
Peter Kotsch Kloeppel, Ronald Frank Levin, Vernon Press- 
ley Mangum, Bruce Marger, James Walter Maynard, John 



Daniel Moore, Victor Bailey Moore, Jr., Joseph Louis Murad, 
Robert Phillip O'Connell, Oscar Hall Paris, Jr.. Louie Lee 
Patseavouras, Andrew Henry Patterson, II, Archibald Leilch 
Patterson. Jr.. Thomas 'William Payne. Marvin Odell Regis- 
ter. John Luther Rendlemen, HI, Nathan Russell Roberson, 
Jr.. Jenkins Mikell Robertson, Eugene Phillip Rosenthal, 
^'illiam Haywood Ruffin, Jr., Dale Sanford Ryan, Paul 
Scagnelli, William Kauifnian Scarborough, James Simpson 
Schenck. HI. Mehin Jay Schwartz. Theodor John Shevcov. 
Raymond Richard Showfety, Edward Marvin Smith, Na- 
thaniel Louis Sparrow. John Aloysius Sullivan, John Henry 
Sweeney. Ill, John Edmund Cecil Taylor. Richard LeRoy 
Taylor, Hosea Jackson Terry, Emmetl Stanley Thompson, 
Jacob Winston Todd, Charles Swaim Tolbert. Willard Irving 
Walker, George Britain Walton. Jr.. James Edward Warren. 
William Carnell Walt, Gerson Fox Widoff, Richard Burton 
Wilson, Arnold Lee Wright. Roland Candiano Zagnoli. 



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Seabbard and Blade 



OFFICERS 

James R. Strickland Captain 

William C. Bostic 1st Lieutenant 

George S. Blaekwelder, Jr. 2nd Lieutenant 

Robert L. Strickland 1st Sergeant 




Believing that military service is an obligation of 
citizenship, and that the greater opportunities af- 
forded college men for the study of military science 
place upon them certain responsibilities as citizens. 
We, Cadet Officers in various Universities and Col- 
leges conferring baccalaureate degrees, do form 
this society and adopt this Constitution in order to 
unite in closer relationship the military depart- 
ments of American Universities and Colleges; to 
preserve and develop the essential qualities of good 
and efficient officers; to prepare ourselves as edu- 
cated men to take a more active part and to have a 
greater influence in the military affairs of the com- 
munities in ^vhich we may reside and above all to 
spread intelligent information concerning the mili- 
tary requirements of our country. ^''Preamble of 
Constitution of ISational Society of Scabbard and 
Blade." 



First Row: William Holton. Bob Creed, Bob Strickland. James R. Strickland, Bill Bostic, George Blaekwelder, Lloyd Smith, 
Jerry R. Womack • Second Roiv: Lawrence Cheek, James Mahoney, Richard F. Davis, Frank Redding, Shelton Plager, Jim 
Montague, Jim Woolcott, Robert W. Parlier. 




# W 



w\. > 



0vhtt of tfte #olbcn pear 




OFFICERS 



65 Thornton McKendree Long 

63 David (iollins Huntley 

85 Talbot Rayle Selby 

70 Joseph Allan Arnold 

73 Robert Tipton Johnson, III 

95 Leonard Julius Guyes 

83 Mary Nell Boddie 

87 Sue Carter Lindsev 



Bartender 

Chaplain 

Vice-Bartender 

Label Forger 

Keeper of the Archives 

Keeper of the Cellar Keys 

Barmaid 

Barmaid of the Vice 



74 Norman Cordon 

78 Robert Dewey Lingerfeldt 

84 Samuel Lewis Booke, Jr. 

86 John Fowle Morton 

88 Gerald Wilson Cook 

89 Herbert Swain Pendergraft, Jr. 

90 Robert Bruee Melton 

91 Robert Lovell Anderson, Jr. 



EMINENT BEARS 

92 Joseph Higgins Nelson 

93 Beverly Sneed Warner 

94 Bruee Allan Bauer 

96 Louis Marcus Wolfsheinier 

97 Bradford Chappin Cantwell 

207 Gordon Gray 

208 Archibald Henderson 

209 Robert B. House 




Collins Huntley 
Norm (Gordon 
Nell Boddie 
Burt House 



BEAR POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE 

President 
Dean of If omen 

Director of Athletics 

President Alumni Association 



Page 272 




Sarorities 
Fraternities 



w 



?VTTifXl 



First Row. Left to Right: ]\Iary Gcslcr. Adrian Dunn. Pattv Panlell. Amy VI ilson. Lurile Best. President; Nancy Jordon, Binny 
Chew, Betty Bowles, Ann Van Kirk • Second Roiv: Pat George, Jacque Quesenbery, Betty Lou Worthington. Laura Judy, 
Patty Starr, Martha Nash, Helen Brundage, Jo Gaither, Mary- Keefe. 

Paithellenie Council 



The Panhellenic Council is composed of three repre- 
sentatives from each sorority, two from the Stray Greeks, 
and Mrs. Emery Denny, Jr., ad> iser. Through the council, 
relations are furthered between the sororities themselves 
and the Campus Community. 

Kappa Delta Sorority saw its first year on campus and 
brought the total number of sororities to six. The so- 
rorities saw a very successful year on campus in pledg- 
ing 131 girls. These girls were entertained during 
orientation week with the traditional Panhellenic and 
CICA sponsored fashion show. Fraternity dances. Olio 
skits, May Day planning and the Spring Workshop were 
just a few of the activities which highlighted an active 
calendar of events for the year. 

The projects of the council for this year were the 
Crossmore School in the mountains of N. C, which is 
helped annually by Panhel. Also, the children from the 
Methodist Orphanage in Raleigh were entertained by 
the sororities and the council, and welfare work in 
Chapel Hill was undertaken. 

Following their annual tradition, the sorority with 
the highest scholastic average was awarded n silver loving 
cup. 




The new coeds get a glimpse of campus fashions, at 
a Panhel sponsored fashion review. 



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Stray Greeks 



The Stray Greeks were foundefl in 1944 under the 
leadership of Twigg Branch. Since then, the organ- 
ization has achieved more and more recognition as 
a social group. It is composed of sorority girls 
whose chapters are not represented on campus. 

The aim of the Stray Greeks is to provide a social 
outlet for its memhers, and to preserve the bonds 
of unity and sisterhood in sorority life. Activities 
of the group include sponsoring various charity 
programs, participating in sorority and other social 
functions, and assisting during rush week as the 
seventh member of Panhellenic Council. 



OFFICERS 



Mary Keefe 
Nancy Burgess 
Barbara Byrd 
Linda Shults 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 




MARY KEEFE 

President 



First Rote: Aha Barger, Alpha Chi Omega; Beverly Blair, Zeta Tau Alpha; Nancy Burgess, Phi Mu; Barbara 
Byrd, Alpha Omicron Pi • Spf Olid Kow; Patricia Claflin, Phi Mu; Mary Dixon Cox, Sigma Kappa; Sally 
Gyland, Phi Mu; Brenda Katz, Alpha Epsilon Phi • Third Roic: Jane Kottnieir, Kappa Alpha Theta; 
Nora Lackey. Gamma Phi Beta; Barbara Reed, Kappa Alpha Theta; Linda Shults, Kappa Alpha Theta; 
Virginia Spenser, Alpha Omicron Pi. 




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Alpha 

Delta 
Pi 



There were many tales from the lueky six who 
attended our Centennial Convention in Macon last 
June. We'll remember the greatest of pledge classes 
ushered in by Betty Lou, Fay as WAA prexy, and 
Caroline keeping the YW stocked with members. 
Our Belltone Cackie never missed on those all- 
important daily letters from Dick. "Swimming 
anyone?" was the cry from Splash Club President, 
P. K. Libby was always in those labs and Dixon in 
Doodlebug off to see Irving. 

Carolyn was ambassador to Mr. Kear and An- 
drews had her daily visits from the florist. Stockton 
took off from blinking the lights at five of, and 
visited Davidson. A serenade for Pat came from 
R. A. and brother Sigs. Sue and Marilyn were our 
Junior Varsity cheerleaders while Joanne and Nancy 
added artistic touches to the chapter. 'Love' was 
very much in same with the Marlowe, of course. 
Binny got her diamond so we all donned sun 
glasses. 

The lost sisters, 'Mole' and 'Rufus," are now 
simply Lawrence and Scarhoro. Sara Ann drafted 
volunteers in hopes of retiring the WAA cup. 
Frieze had her noon-time coffee party. Dean had 
her daily conferences with Jacque, and Stew kept 
Student Government running. Jacks, our gavel 
handler, orated on the Massie and Nellie pined for 
her Ivy Leaguer. Miss Rambo reigned as queen of 
the Beta Upsilon gals while Susie, Tamer and 
Helena kept us happy at mealtime. 

These memories, the Pledge Dance at the Inn. 
and the Black Diamond Banquet in May, all com- 
bined to make this year the greatest for us, and 
one of the always great ones for AD Pi. 





First Row. Left to Right: Doris Casey, Flossie Rigg, Nancy Jo Smith, 
Neta Whitty, Joan McCutehen, Rosemary Scovil • Second Row: 
Sandy Klostermyer, Julia Shields, Judy Taylor. Margaret Padgette, 
Betsy Norwood, Peggy Goode • Third Row: Julia Robertson, Shir- 
ley Whitford, Julia Steed, Nancy Woodruff. Jackie Owen, Elizabeth 
Gregg, Anne Phillips. 



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OFFICERS 



Jacque Quesenbery 

Pat Foj 

Libby Royall 

Carolyn Kiser 

Jean Stockton 

Betty Lou Worthington 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary- 
Treasurer 
House Manager 
Rush Chairman 



HISTORY 

Founded Nationally: May 15, 1851 at Wesleyan Female 

College, Macon, Georgia. 

Beta Upsilon founded at the University of North Carolina 

November 11, 1939. 

Colors: Blue and White. 

Flower: Woodland Violet. 

Publication: Adelphean. 




First Row, Left to Right: Jean Andrews, Katherine Blue, 3Iary Nell Boddie, Sue Carter, Binny Chew • Second Row: Nancy 
Coble, Fay Culpepper, Nancy Dixon, Harriet Eliason, Pat Foy • Third Row: Jane Frieze, Caroline Hassinger, Marilyn Habel, 
LeNeve Hodges, Peggy Keith • Fourth Row: Carolyn Kizer, Jacque Quesenbery, Deane Richardson, Libby Royall, Jean 
Stockton, Betty Lou Worthington. 



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Alpha 

Gamma 
Delta 



•'Fools rush in where angels fear lo tread." Bedlam 
reigned in the new house as paint brushes flew. 
At last we did it. From cellar to penthouse, all was 
completed. Then there was convalescence. Twas 
the night after rush with wonderful pledges. Con- 
valescence again and then recovery in lime to cheer 
Bobbie on as she cheers for the team. Bobbie con- 
valesces and we have Sunday coffee climaxed with 
the trip to the Dairy Bar for more coffee. 

Winter quarter left memories of another "Winter 
Winderland" pledge dance. The Rose Banquet, too. 
Pledges shone with their goat songs at the tradi- 
tional Christmas party. Becky, Pulley and Sue 
prove that diamonds are a girl's best friend. Meet- 
ings, forever meetings. Joan, President of Glee 
Club, Vice-Pres of Valkyries and on Student Coun- 
cil; Sue, Editor of Pert'n Pertinent; Winx on Stu- 
dent Council; Adrian, Treasurer of Panhel. Thanks 
to Sally and Alice, the campus invades the house 
for those Saturday brunches. All these things, and 
more, we'll remember. 





First Roi€. Left to Right: Shirley Gee, Barbara Braxton, Joan Car- 
roll, Tonia Rowc, Dot Beals • Second Row: Joanne Lewis, Ann 
Tafel, Norma Cokell, Jean Poland, Beverly Lively • Third Rote: 
Marylin McKee, Jody Levey, Jeanette Chance, Rosalyn Brown, 
Dolores Funai. 



Page 278 




OFFICERS 



Laura Judy 
Joan Charles 
Allelic Warren 
Barbara Clark 
Kilty Campbell 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

House Manager 



HISTORY 

Founded Nationally: May 30, 1904 at Syracuse University, 

Syracuse University, N. Y. 

Gamma Epsilon Chapter founded at the University of 

North Carolina in 1945. 

Colors: Red, Buff and Green. 

Flower: Red and Buff Roses. 

Publication: Alpha Gamma Delta Quarterly. 




First Row, Left to Right: Emmy Lou Barns, Elizabeth Bush, Barbara Clark, Joan Charles • Second Row: Adrian Dunn, 
Rebecca Floyd, Margaret Green, Laura Judy • Third Row: Barbara Krafft, Jane Marye, Patricia Pantell, Calista Pope, 
Barbara Sanford • Fourth Row: Elizabeth Schachner, Mary Sue Tenny, Barbara Thompson, Winifred Wheeler, Nancy Lee 
Woolfolk. 



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Chi 
Omega 



Chi Omega had its own pre-school clean-up cam- 
paign. "Welcome lo the X and horseshoe." Mrs. 
Meal's milkshakes, the tremendous sigh of relief 
after rushing and 'the Beebe had three daughters,' 
we'll remember. 

The sisters, their sayings and doings, the trans- 
fers and pledges, welcome additions to the house, 
all add up to a wonderful memorv of Chi O. 

We'll never forget Frankie's dirty old dollar 
bills, Pellen, Chairman of Student advisors, and 
Chris saying "It's eleven, y'all." Not to mention 
Rosie, Jo, and 'Relia singing "When Johnny Comes 
Marching Home," and Cina, Cookie and Mary 
Ann convening at the Willard in Washington. 

Mop, the commuter, Lucile, President of Pan- 
hellenic, Eunice and Cozy with their Phi Cam pins, 
and Mary, the draft dodge, added color to the 
crowd. So did Suzanne running up the SAE dinner 
bills, Mimi and Heilig dashing out to see Mr. 
Parker, and IVeely and Ruth, always seen together. 

Libby's phone calls, Betsy's labs, Helenancopie; 
did the spelling bee bile Nancy Fort? Betty Won. 
we wuv you, Joan, the While Star girl, our old 
hand Belly Heath; Libba's community wardrobe. 
Peggy and her small talk and Mel's leading the 
Valkyries added lo a grand party at Lloyd's barn, 
plans anticipated and plans completed, all mix up 
lo make one grand memory of Ciii Omega. 









First Rote, Left to Right: Anna Beeson, Beverly Baylor, Diane 
Dewey, Evelyn Oellinger, Carolyn Murray, Belly Lou Selig, Susan 
Hemstreet, Carmen Oastler • Second Row: Joan Deulsch, Jayne 
Adams, Lou Ann Restrepo, Beverly Chalk. Peggy Sears, Virginia 
Wilson, Anne Sory, Martha McGuirk • Third Rotv: Kit Amiistead, 
Saralyn Bonowitz, Louise Millikan. Evelyn McCarroll, Mary Eliza- 
beth Lindeman, Grace Gordon, Shirley Coxe, Mary Frances Allen. 
Bonnie Baker, Margaret Johnston, Sally Bet Cunningham, Ann 
Trabue. 



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OFFICERS 




Betlv Bovties 




President 


Rosalie Huske 




y ice-President 


Naiiev Fort 




Secretary- 


Mary Kennedy 




Treasurer 


Pellen Speck 




House Manager 


Josephine Caither 




Rush Chairman 



HISTORY 

Founded Nationally: University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, 

Arkansas on April 5, 1895. 

Founded Locallv: Universilv of North Carolina, January 20, 

1923. 

Colors : Cardinal and Straw. 

Flower: White Carnation. 

Publication: "The Eleusis" of Chi Omega. 




First Roic! Betty Ahern, Isabelle Barksdale, Lucile Best, Eunice Bizzell, Betty Bowles • Second Rote: Gina Campbell, Barbara 
Cook, Betsy Farmer, Nancy Fort, Aurelia Fulton • Third Row: Ruth Gaines, Jo Gaither, Helen Holmes, Rosalie Huske, Betty 
Lou Jones • Fourth Rote: Mary Kennedy, Libby Latimore, Chris Oglesby, Joan Palmer, Cozy Powell, Libba Roe • Fifth Rote: 
Pellen Speck, Mel Stribling, Frankie Strosnider, Midge Ward, Mimi WeU, Neelie Wooley. 



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Delta 
Delta 
Delta 



Coffees, quizzes, parties, football season, the pledge 
dance, Valkyrie Sing, more quizzies and more 
parties. All are memories of a wonderful year with 
Alpha Sigma. 

This year was started off with a bang when in 
October we took in a wonderful pledge class. Under 
the guidance of Joyce, pledge trainer, they became 
full fledged members during winter quarter. 

All the Deltas were busy doing one thing and 
another. Betty Reese and Adair contributed their 
say so to Woman's Honor Council, presided over 
by Joyce. Deltas buzzed around the Y office con- 
stantly. Adair served as vice-president of the cabi- 
net. Assisting her as members were Parker, Street. 
Patty and Jackie. 

Versatile chapter president, Pat, was a Student 
Council member, and Jackie had a hand in the 
publication of the Yack. McKinnon, Li/., and Mer- 
rill, cheered the team through football season. 
Cowan was senior class secretary and Jackie was 
social chairman. Van Kirk kept the Paidiel records 
straight while Luke had a hand in L'liiversity Club 
activities. 

All members had a hand in one campus activity 
or another. \^'e were all busy as bees, but never too 
rushed to get a taste of the fun side of campus life. 
All these and more memories have made Tri Dell 
play a vital part in our college lives. 





First Row. Left to Right: Pal Gribben, Jennie I'ulk. UarlN Dunlop, 
Joan Addington, Bonnie Bondurant • Secoinl Row: Martha Fuller. 
Dot Smith. Ross Young, Sally Trowbridge, Ann McClamrock, Grace 
Doar • Third Row: Sue Bergman, Ann ^'ilmouth, Mary Ellen 
Jones, Sue Burress, Jane Ann Smith, Ann Coggins. 



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Patricia George 
Joyce Evans 
Lila Chichester 
Carol Caiitrell 
Luke Hill 
Barbara Merrill 



President 

Vice-President 

Treasurer 

Recording Secretary 

Corresponding Secretary 

House Manager 



HISTORY 

Founded Nationally: January 15, 1889 at Boston University, 

Boston, Massachusetts. 

Alpha Sigma Chapter founded at the University of North 

Carolina April 9. 1943. 

Colors: Silver Gold and Blue. 

Flower: Pansy. 

Publication: The Trident. 




First Row: Adair Beasley, Kay Boyette, Jackie Bunipous, Carol Cantrell, Liz Cooley • Second Row: Joyce Evans, Joan Ferrell, 
Alice Huffard, Mary Kellam, Teansey Matthews • Third Row: Barbara Merrill, Jane Parker, Judy Patton, Mary Lib Pope, 
Betty Reese • Fourth Row: Mary Smith, Patty Star, Pepper Stetson, Ann Street, Anne Van Kirk, Helen Young. 



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Kappa 
Delta 



Beta Chi began the year with purpose; Glenn Har- 
den assumed her duties as Editor of the Daily Tar 
Heel and Joanne Page picked up the gavel as 
Speaker of Coed Senate. Chi Delta Phi, National 
Literary sorority, claimed five sisters; Glenn, Barb, 
Joanne, Pat, and Amy as treasurer. 

Gwen Gore, as head of the World Relatedness 
Commission gave her support to the Y, assisted by 
the Knighten sisters, and Mary. Splash club also 
received the wet support of Gwen and Martha. 

Joining sister Glenn on the Tar Heel were Burma 
and Dian. Dian played Senator in Coed Senate and 
confusion in Inlerdorm Council. Sister Joanne 
helped the Administration by attending the Presi- 
dent's and Woman's Councils plus Greater Uni- 
versity Council. 

Jordan, Martha and Amy were representatives 
of KD to Panhel with Amy as scholarship chair- 
man. Mary graced the University club along with 
Edna. 

Joanne, Amy, Chug and Gwen were student ad- 
visers. 

Because of a wonderful pledge class and the 
typical KD spirit, our first year on campus was a 
mighty happy one. 





First Row. Left to Right: Daisy Wade, Edith Sewell. Fran McColl, 
Mary Grace Houser, Mary Schaefer • Second Roip: Helen Beard, 
Patricia Todd, Alice Jane Hinds, Connie Shanklin, Dunna Haulk, 
Susan Briggs.Ruth Ledford, Margaret Brock • l\ot Pictured : T^ancy 
Sholwell. Ann Voorhis. 



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OFFICERS 



Nancy Jordan 
Amy Wilson 
Barbara Garret 
Gwen Gore 
Martha Nash 
Pat King 



President 
Vice-Presiden I 
Treasurer 
Secretary- 
Rush Cbairntan 
Editor 



HISTORY 

Founded Nationally: September 23, 1897 at Longwood 

College, Farmville, Virginia. 

Beta Chi Chapter founded at the University of North 

Carolina May 12, 1951. 

Colors: Green and White. 

Flower: White Rose. 

Publication : The Angeles. 




First Row: Barbara Garret, Gwcn Gore, Glenn Hardin, Nancy Jordan Flossie Kerves • Second Rom: Patricia King, Edna 
Knighten, Nancy Knighten, Diane McComb, Ester Morledge • Third Row: Martha Nash, Joanne Page, Mary Sanders, Amy 
Wilson. 



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Pi 

Beta 
Phi 



The Pi Phi's really shot the arrow high this year, 
right into the middle of all the campus activities. 
It all got under way during rush, under the di- 
rection of Cathy and Kelly. After all the new 
pledges were welcomed into the chapter, and orien- 
tation, well planned by Babs, was over, things be- 
gan to pop. 

Tyson and Patsy served on Coed Senate while 
chapter president, Helen, was busy with Student 
Legislature. Gloria, Barb, and Rusty were busy at 
the Y, taking orders from Y president, Betty Ray 
and treasurer, Janie Piper. Janie was also glee 
club veep. 

Helen and Yack editor. Sue, were our members 
in the Valkyries. Sandy, sorority publicity man- 
ager, was on Woman's Honor Council and Jo 
served as chairman of interdorm. Patsy served on 
her council. With Ambler as social chairman of 
the sophomore class, and Tish as band majorette, 
we were well represented in campus doings. 

Many projects — the mountain school, the maga- 
zine agency, and Holt House, kept us all interested. 
Mot to mention wonderful memories of Pi Phi 
week-end, the picnic, pledge dance and Sunday 
Coffees. Founders Day, Valkyrie sing, the Duke 
float and being honored by the fraternities will all 
play a big part in our Pi Phi memories. 




First Rote. Left to Right : Bish Fox, Mary Tom Battle, Helen Gustaf- 
son, Betty Rose, Joyce Dickman, Virginia Hall • Second Rote: 
Betty Ann Kirby, Kitty Barton, Dee Breslow, Johnsie Bennett, 
Eunice Saunders, Sue Cheek • Third Row: Mac Haywood, Dee 
Kline, Pat Jones, Pat Bransford • Fourth Rote: Sara Rose, Joan 
Membery, Jane Berryhill. Mary Elizabeth Rogers, Paula Jones. 



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OFFICERS 



Helen Bruiidage 
Bettv Ray 
Carolyn Buleher 
Barbara Brooker 



President 

Vice-Presiden I 

Recording Secretary 

Treasurer 



HISTORY 
Founded Nationally: April 28, 1867 at Monmouth College, 
Monmouth, Illinois. 

North Carolina Alpha Chapter founded at the University of 
North Carolina in 1925. 
Colors: Wine and Silver Blue. 
Flower: Wine Carnation. 
Publication: The Arrow. 




First Rote: Ann Aton, Barbara Brooker, Helen Brundage. Carolyn Butcher, Jean Caldwell, Martha Caldwell • Second Rote: 
Barbara Chantler, Sarah Clark, Virginia Clark, Patricia Coley, Nancy Cook, Elizabeth Dockery • Third Rote: Gloria Farnell, 
Mary Gesler, Chovine Gordon, Katherine Hester. Helen Kelly, Joan King • Fourth Roto: Pat Lester, Sue Lindsey, Carman 
Nahni, Jane Piper, Betty Ray, Gayle Ruffin • Fifth Rote: Charlene Rutter, Betty Jean Schoeppe, Joan Steiber, Constance 
Tyson, Mary Jane Wilson, Barbara Wooten. 



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IFC EXECUTIVE 
COMMITTEE 

Left to Right: 

John Robi^oii. President 

Woody Williams, Seerelary 

Jake Froelich, Vice-President 

Claude Wilson, Treasurer 




JOHNNY ROBISON 
President 




Inter fraternity 



The Interfraternity Council, long regarded on this campus as a do-nothing 
organization, came out of its doldrums with a rush this year. 

Under the capahle leadership of Johnny Rohison, the IFC stepped out 
at the head of the fight to hanisli hazing from the Carolina campus. This 
accomplished, the council set out to stop the discrimination against coeds in 
the present visiting agreements. 

The IFC also presented its annual Andrew Bershak Memorial Scholar- 
ship, valued at two thousand dollars. The fund is made up of individual 
contrihutions from the memhers of the social fraternities. 

Also, the council hranched out into leadership in matters that con- 
cerned the campus as a whole. Careless students were abusing the old custom 
of congregating on the South Building steps between classes to talk and 
drink coffee by leaving the area looking like a busy day in the junk yard. 
The IFC volunteered to lead a group of campus organizations in the cam- 
paign to make the student body conscious of the mess they were making. 
By means of a vigorous publicity campaign, skits, and various stunts, the 
litterers were reformed. The steps are fairly clean now. 



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IFC COURT 

First Row, Left to Rright : 
Charles Redfearn, Lew Brown. 

Second RouK 

Art Freimuth, Fred Council, 

Dallon Ruffin, Al Moore. 



Council 



The Inlerfraternity Council is composed of three niembers from each fraternity . . . the house presi- 
dent, a junior delegate, and an alternate. 

It has as its purpose to further by unification and high ideals the brotherhood, character, and scholar- 
ship necessary to any fraternity worthy of the name. 




IFC COUNCIL 
First Roiv, Left to Right: Claude Wilson, Bill Proclor, Oliver Hamilton, Charlie Redfearn, Art Freimuth, John Boushall, Don 
Siefert, Fred Council, Arthur Spaugh, Jake Froelich, Hack Montgomery, Phin Horton, Larry Earley • Second Row: Bob 
Upton, Bob Gorhani, Creighton Brinson, Fred West, Henrj Davis, Pete Alexander, Bob Glenn, Carroll Brady, Lewis Ripps, 
Claudius Irby, Rod Hood, George Truman • Third Row: Ken Rogers, Walter House, Al Moore, Roger Ackerman, Jim 
Whitton, Kenneth Smith, Jim Holliday, Bill Carr, Fred Price, Otis McCoUum, Jim Adams, Mitchell Novit, Woody Williams, 
Ted Frankel. 



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Alpha 

Tau 
Omega 



303 E. Franklin Street . . . best plaee in town 
to watch the girls go by . , . but keep your butts 
off the grass . . . Botto brings home a few 
"orders" . . . including Worthy Grut . . . field 
glasses and Spencer's bathing beauties . . . 
Rush Week and "damn good boy"' . . . brothers 
welcome terrific new pledge class . . . Carroll 
thinks seriously of changing his name to I. W. 
Harper , . , Moehlman gives up weights for 
girls , . . Pearshape loses one . . . but Green- 
baum ain't particular . . . Flannagan and band 
seduced into all night jam session , . . vocalist 
just seduced . . . chapter appoints a Snaking 
Committee . . . Old Dad. chairman . . . Hauser. 
Culberson, and Fritz off to Poontang . . . rest 
of troops off to Ralcellar . . . the never-to-be- 
forgotten pledge skit . . . board your pets at 
the A.T.O. kennels . . . cheap . . . Dixie thinking 
of having litter . . . half Dalmation and half 
Craig . . . Brothers decide it would be cheaper 
to BUY Smilty's . . . wallets lighter as B'foot 
cracks whip . . . Bubba looks 'em over, but still 
hasn't had date . . . A.T.O. soccer team playing 
under new name of I'niversily of North Caro- 
lina . . . "Eat and run" Cochran . . . Rennie 
making dates at Chapel Hill High School recess 
period . . . Keller's pen pals . . . Chick's in- 
ventions . . . Luke's girl . . . Tiger's Taxi . . . 
Holly's occasional . . . Wrap it all up into 
another great year! ! 





Page Z90 




OFFICERS 

Larry Botto President 

Don Carroll Vice-President 

Raleigh Treniain Secretary 

Bryan Broadfool Treasurer 

Jimmy Craig Historian 

HISTORY 

Founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1865. 

Colors: Azure and Gold. 

Flower: White Tea Rose. 

Publication: The Palm. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 1879. 




First Rotv. Left to Right: Pete Alexander, George Bloomer, Larry Botto, Bryan Broadfoot, Don Carroll, Pete Clewis, Bill 
Cochran • Second Row: Thurman Cowper, Dwight Elting, Walt Ernst, Fletcher Green, Bill Hollingsworth, Jim Johnson, 
Francis Joyner • Third Rote: Bill Kelso, Joe Kelso, Roger Kingsbury, Joel Moehlman, Neil Reichle, John Ruggles, Pete 
Seaman • Fourth Rote: Wood Smethurst, Duflield Smith, Tom Stevens, Stan Tinkham, Barry Wall, Jim Webb. 



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Beta 

Theta 

Pi 



We hit the house in the fall, all of us well 
treated by the summer . . . except Brother Jim 
who fell into the clutches of the Coast Guard. 
No other casualties reported but many near 
misses. Summer romances (?) and lost pins on 
the part of Buddy, Rex, and Von Brunien . . . 
they join the army of married boobs. 

October brought rushing and the "Ivy" look 
to the house. It payed off . . . but Buddy and 
Geek were still busy. Germans came with Jake 
"wheeling" for a second term . . . great parties 
as usual . . . and the same mornings after . . . 
also "cool fish sandwiches." 

Cottage number one comes down and Beta 
Bar goes up. After a few months of work and 
planning, we finally got our "bar in the back" 
and hoped the coeds might join us soon. 

Came the spring and the centennial. Eta had 
been here for one hundred years . . . and some 
of us felt as if we had too. A great week-end for 
us and the alumni . . . but, oh! how it cost. 
After celebrating, we had the more serious side. 
Initiation for some . . . but departure for many. 
Great to have new brothers, but we hate to see 
the old ones go. There'll be football games next 
fall, though, and newly established alumni will 
be back. 





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OFFICERS 




Fred Council 
W. R. Cuthbertson, Jr. 
Robert C. Vaughn, Jr. 
Mickey Hevward 



President 

V ice-President 

Secretary 

House Manager 



HISTORY 

Founded at Miami University in 1839. 

Colors: Blue and Pink. 

Flower: Rose. 

Publication: Beta Theta Pi. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 1852. 




First Row: Bucky Barklev. Samuel Blythe, Hugh Boyer, George Brain, Joseph Claud. Arthur Cogswell • Second Row: Fred 
Councill, Rennie Cuthberlson, Thomas Devane, Jake Froelich, Julius Green, Thomas Hill • Third Row: Hamilton Horton, 
Julian McGee, John McLendon, Richard Patterson, William Rankin, Arthur Spaugh, Stanley Sturm • Fourth Row: Tom 
Sully, Donald Sutphen, Dale Thomas, Hubei^ Tolson, Thatcher Townsend, Robert Vaughn, Tom Wooten. 



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Chi 
Phi 



The "Reclassifieds and Reservists" relumed to 
the Hill early to give the exterior of the Chi 
Phi house a new coat of i>aint. The rest of Fall 
Quarter meant big football week-ends, the usual 
cabin parties, and a great pledge class. Activities 
centered around HoUidav's "Gitfiddle" and ac- 
tive "Birddogs." French and Faulkner, 

Other hightlights were . . . the fifth annual 
Orphan's Party . . . Pledge Week-end . . . 
"Goober" trims down to a cool 200 lbs. . . . 
Lawyer Ed becomes a "Geeb" man . . . Beaten 
path to Dook . . . Tomato juice replace coffee 
. . . Bridge replaces Pinochle . . . Satterfield, 
Brown, and W.C. . . . Joe goes Charlotte style 
. . . Those beach excursions . . . Mystery of the 
year . . . "Who put the chicken in the Chicken 
Chow Mein?" . . . Chi Phi - Phi Delt annual 
Azealea Festival. 

Orchids went to Mrs. Bizzell, the finest of 
housemothers . . . Brother Wordworth . . . 
energetic rush chairman . . . the constructive 
pledges . . . Intramural boys . . . Aggies . . . 
Everyone helped to make it a fine year. 

Hope 52-53 is a repeater! 





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OFFICERS 




Allen Tate 




President 


Bob Averette 




Vice-President 


Al Moore 




Secretary 


Ed Williams 




Treasurer 



HISTORY 
Founded at Princeton University in 1824. 
Colors: Scarlet and Blue. 
Publication: Chi Phi Chakelt. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 
1858 and 1922. 




First Rote: Bruce Bauer, Joe Conner, William Faulkner, Edwin Hatch, James Holliday • Second Rote: Robert Johnson, 
Albert Moore, Bill Peacock, William Prouty, Neil Satterfield • Third Row: Randolph Shives, Bruce Tyler, Allen Tate, Edwin 
Williams, James Willingham, James Wordsworth. 



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Chi 
Psi 



Chi Psi starts with yearly convention of na- 
tional fraternity in Chapel Hill . . . Carolina Inn 
scene of many parties and much business . . . 
first problem of the year becomes where to put 
the Thayer Trophy? 

Fall week-ends find brothers in local cabins 
celebrating Tar Heel football games . . . shouts 
of "All the way, Goo Goo" come from Chipsi 
cheering section . . . Ed runs in front of band. 

Rushing period huge success under Scroggs 
... 18 boys pledge despite previous engagement 
with Brother Barton. 

Many improvements around lodge . . . new 
walk survives first rushing . . . entire house 
painted various odd colors . . . Radio blares with 
"King and I" for weeks. 

Same familiar sounds . . . the gravel on the 
driveway still heard on sleeping porch , . . 
Karl's old cry of "Chow Down!" . . . daily 
shouts as brothers scramble for mail . . . Polly's 
nasty comments as laundry hits the deck on 
Monday nights. 

Allston returns with stories about T. I. Wilson 
and Miller leave nightly for Greensboro. 

Year runs along with general number of 
parties, activities, and bull sessions . . . Brothers 
Bobbins and Bennett vie for top smoke-filled 
room . . . Coke replaced by Dr. Pepper as elite 
drink. 

With the good weather in, activity switches 
to front porch and books hit shelves for good. 










OFFICERS 



Lew Chapman 
Ken Barton 
Karl Hill 
Tommv Sleed 



President 

y ice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



HISTORY 

Founded al Linion College in 1841. 

Colors: Purple and Gold. 

Publications: The Purple and Gold; The Signia Scroll. 

Established at the Universitv of North Carolina in 1855. 




First Rom: Frank Allston, Ken Barton, Lewis Chapman, Charles Coker, Curtis Coleman • Second Rote: Charley Collins, James 
Crater, William Edwards, Ben Ethridge, Bob Gantt • Third Row: George Grover, Karl Hill, Roger Hood, Richard Jenrette, 
Paul Keenan, Baxter Miller • Fourth Row: James Ramsey, Avery Rhyne, Zane Robbins, Robin Scroggs, Edward Stevens, 
Edmund Waller. 



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Delta 

Kappa 

Episilon 



Beta of DKE began its second hundred years 
last April 6th, with a big centennial celebration 
and much of Eddie's punch. A strong alumni 
meeting and the incorporation of DKE sets us 
up for the years to come. 

Summer with Wrightsville and Buck Forest 
helped us to forget academics . . . Hoagy on 
Caesar's Head? The Huskes turned on a great 
exhibition of Southern hospitality in Fayette- 
ville as we welcomed the NROTC salts back 
from the cruise. The Deb Ball was the scene of 
an unforgettable reunion before all the brothers 
gathered to re-do the house. 

Clem's Bar-B-Que ( ! ! ) provided a solid base 
for the State game as we entered another fall 
and rousing football season. It was good to 
watch the alumni gather together and enjoy the 
house again. A week's hectic rushing resulted in 
the addition of fifteen fine pledges. Welcome 
Neophytes! The South Carolina game was a 
victory for Carolina, but at the American Legion 
Hut such songs as "Hey, Good Lookin" " and 
"When Those Saints," went down in total de- 
feat at Maryland, the troops staged a swimming 
meet in the Potomac under the austere eye of 
Thomas Jefferson. The Mayflower and The Stat- 
ler were our headquarters with a flower pot for 
"Hook." 

A great intramural football team suffered a 
severe headache — especially to Hod and Huske. 
We're glad to have two DKE pinups belonging 
to Haland Shenck. Tench Coxe seems to be 
permanently attached to the U. S. Army! 

This year our local student government ranks 
are strengthened by such politicos as Gorham, 
Hazelhurst, Daniels, and Pillsbury. Athletically, 
"Chic" and Woollcott take to the cinders. Kent 
turns merman. Hill, Stokes, Wilson, "Banjo," 
and "No C" grapple. "Beet" turns in his steady 
tennis game while Lawrence makes like Burt 
Lancaster on the high bar. 





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OFFICERS 

Edwin Bretney Smith 

David Warren Darr 

Thomas Williamson Alexander 



Beta 

Sigma 

Rho 



HISTORY 
Founded at Yale University in 1814. 
Colors: Scarlet, Azure, and Old Gold. 
Publioatioii : The Deke Quarterly. 
Established at the University of North Carolina in 1851. 




First Row: Thomas Alexander, David Allen, Jack Brinson, Creighton Brinson, Don Carmichael, Frank Daniels • Second 
Row: David Darr, Robert Gorham, John Hazlehurst, William Hill, Robert Hobbs, Frank Hood • Third Row: John Hughes, 
John Huske, James Lindley, Richard Macgill, Frederick Maner, William Patterson • Fourth Row: Richard Pillsbury, James 
Schenck, Bretnay Smith, E. C. Smith, Thomas Stokes, Herbert Thorp • Fifth Row: Lawrence Thorp, Robert Webb, Fred 
Williamson, Henry Wilson, James Woollcott, Clement Gillespie. 



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Delta 
Psi 

ST. ANTHONY HALL 



. . . The hall certainly looks belter, at least from 
this corner of the living room; perhaps the new 
paint will hold up the plaster for yet another 
year . . . Well, hello. Elephant — how was your 
dale? — He disappears, his only reply a mourn- 
ful "Oink!" . . . Greetings, Eulas — why, thank 
you, I believe I will — plenty of cracked ice . . . 
No, Driscoll, I did NOT eat three rolls for din- 
ner . . . Jimbo? Hes out to a meeting of the 
Society for More Societies . . . Ah, here comes 
Horton's nose, closely followed by Horton — he 
passes through, whinnying softly . . . Here 
comes C. Slalliiigs, the artist, busily sketching 
two brothers; those fervid eyes! Those out- 
stretched hands! . . . It's 'Galloping" Gross and 
'Sunshine* Walker at one of their political meet- 
ings. . . . Yes, Eulas, may your children prosper. 
I'd like some more — straight — ice . . . Marsh 
and Johnson are in the next room, discussing 
the YMCA while watching Cole examine his 
newly acquired Woolen Gym socks . . . Watt, 
the incorrigible esthete, bursts in. muttering 
about a pledge's "subsimeon grunts" . . . Well, 
brother Evans, may your psychosis prosper! 
Carroll's on the radio tonight? Putting Money 
above Art again . . . The rest of the brothers 
(except Obb, who is in Baltimore, as usual) are 
out in the "Green Room," having a large souse 
. . . Sounds of gusty (and off-key) singing, 
punctuated by loud slurps . . . This drink is 
mighty good . . . 'S been an interesting year . . . 
good pledges . . . guess I've had loo many to- 
night, Eulas . . . but maybe I could stand one 
more . . . we'll all be ready for milk punch in 
the morning. . . . 




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OFFICER 



Bob Simmons 



House Manager 



HISTORY 

Founded at Columbia University in 1847. 

Colors: Blue and Gold. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 1854. 




First Rote: Tim Borda, Tom Carroll, David Cole, Russell Cowell, Frank Driscoll • Second Row: David K(l< ii>. Itulirri I^n.im-. 
Edward Gross, Clay Johnson, Sam Jordan • Third Row: Jim Mclnlyre, Gil Marsh, John Day Seely, Bob Simmons, Bill Walker. 



Page 301 




Kappa 
Alpha 



This is the year. You can sense it everywhere. 
It's the house . . . redecorated "Recreation 
Room" . . . newly painted upstairs . . . new 
drapes and accessories . . . (thank you, mothers 
Harbin and Sloan). 

It's the variety of leadership . . . Boslic carry- 
ing on in the Stump tradition . . . "Mother" 
Robison, the moneybags . . . "President" Bowers, 
by Godfrey . . . Brewer's celebraties . . . Whis- 
pering Mac and his rushees . . . Minett and 
Rogers cheering . . . Thompson and the lucky 
"13" . . . Lackey intercepts, "Garbage Mouth" 
wrestles, Ceaseless and Frank Buck play at 
Soccer. 

It's the "new blood" . . . the Florence delega- 
tion . . . two musicians . . . another Yank . . . 
Wake Forest transfers Pullen and Griffin . . . 
eighteen great pledges. 

It's the brotherhood . . . the Salem exodus 
. . . starring Connelly, Deal, and Barnes . . . 
the Sweetbriar gang, Ervin, Feltus, Brewer, and 
Staton . . . Dick's football week-end parties at 
Hogan's and Webb's . . . "Talky" Tom's tales 
. . . three's a crowd, Thompson . . . plotting to 
blow up the great wall of Fiji . . . Staton's — 
and the chapter's — date, Sandra . . . Prepara- 
tions for the annual Big Four Old South Ball in 
Raleigh . . . start those beavers! 

It's K. A. tradition in the good ole Southern 
way, this and every year. 





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t%t^&&T^^^ 




OFFICERS 



William C. Bostic, III 
James R. Connelly 
Charles H. Brewer, Jr. 
John H. Robison, Jr. 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



HISTORY 
Founded at Washington and Lee University in 1865. 
Colors: Crimson and Old Gold. 
Flowers: Magnolia and Crimson Rose. 
Publication: Kappa Alpha Journal 
Established at the Universitv of North Carolina in I88I. 




First Row. I.ift II, Kifihl: < liarU > M. Aldridge. Lawson D. Barnes, Jr., Daniel L. Bell, Jr.. William C. l$.>>tio. III, Henry C. 
Bowers, Charles H. Brewer, Jr. • Second Roic: James R. Connelly. Henry B. Cooper, Jr., Ray E. Deal, Jr.. Hugh T. Erviii, 
Jr., David S. Flowers, George W. Freeman • Third Roiv: Edgar F. Harbin, Jr., Huber H. Howell, Edgar Love, III, James C. 
McLeod, Jr., Cyril W. Minnette, Henry V. Murray, Charles M. Myers • Fourth Row: John H. Robison, Edward M. Russell, 
Thomas H. Sloan, Thomas H. Staton, Edward D. Thompson, William J. Waggoner, William R. Watson. 



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Kappa 
Sigma 



We started off the year in great style . . . only 
a few of us have fallen into the hands of the 
University so far . . . Spooks is leading the 
opposition . . . Bruton gives "Charlie" some 
rough treatment . . . Fearless Freddie is the 
peerless pledge master . . . Take notiee Goley, 
Holbrook, Sundown, Spooks, Kudi, Herbie Sch- 
litz, Grassy, andToodus: beware of those "Angel 
Feathers" . . . Two-Gun gels the hots for Babs 
in D. C. . . . Sugg, Tyndall, and Lightning add 
their smiling faces . . . Lackey pinches his 
pennies — ours too . . . Low-Low keeps us fat 
and sassy — sassy anyway . . . "Old Shep" EUer, 
the Junior Bird Man . . . Daddy George repre- 
sents us in Chicago . . . Grassy comes home . . . 
T.D and Sid, the Be-Bop boys . . . Penegar is 
still the big wheel . . . "Be Happy, Go Lucky" 
. . . Kudi finally graduates . . . Perry and Olsen 
— Big Men On the Campus . . . We wonder how 
Dudas, Van, Horse, Chubby, Psycho. Hardison, 
McCrary, Shaky, Ollie, Marshall, and Urie like 
being wards of Uncle Sam? . . . Purser becomes 
a wit . . . Holbrook, Goley, and Ryan turn into 
"Sazerac," "Amigo," and "To-Bed-We-Go" some- 
where in the District . . . Griswold gets on his 
back — wrestling . . . WV hope Dameron doesn't 
. . . Brillo is our young man about the house 
. . . Spider, Stagg . . . spliced . . . Scott, have 
you got any superlatives? . . . Our own Big 
Sinatra Woosley . . . Those three "lucky to be 
at U.N.C." boys from Davidson, Shorty, Herbie, 
and Jones . . . Toodus make a fortune off of 
Fur-Burgers . . . Ken is our noted politico, 
philosopher, and handy-man about the campus 
. . . We're glad to see Langley and sawyer back 
into the fold . . . When Stoughton wants to go 
somewhere — he goes . . . Harper and Kane are 
the leaders of the new pledge class . . . "All 
right, hold it down" Dorlch cracks the whip . . . 
Bristol, the Mad Lover, is back . . . Cowan turns 
into a science-fiction fanatic . . . Clem keeps 
track off our names and minutes . . . Mosier 
does or dies for Coach Scott . . . Congratulations 
to John, Alban, Harold, Davey, Sam Donnell, 
Sam Emory, Bobby Hook, Ronnie, Caleb, Wall, 
Rueben, Dick, Emmett, Bobby Noble, Nick, and 
Charlie: you made awise choice in pledging to 
Alpha-Mu of Kappa Sigma. 





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OFFICERS 




Richard Penegar 




President 


John Dortch 




lice-President 


Dan Perrv 




Master of Ceremonies 


Clem Johnson 




Secretory 


Ben Lackey 




Treasurer 



■^-^4^/"- 



HISTORY 
Founded at the University of Virginia in 1869. 
Colors: Scarlet. White, and Emerald Green. 
Flower: Lily of the Valley. 

Publications: The Caduceus; The Star and Crescent. 
Founded at the University of North Carolina in 1892. 




First Rout. Left to Right: David R. Brenegar, Doug Bruton, John A. Cowan, William Dameron. J. Frank Davenport • Second 
Roic: John Dortch, George K. Freeman, Clemuel M. Johnson, Clyde Johnson, Dick Kane • Third Row: Henry Knott, Ben 
Dixon Lackey, Henry V. Modlin, Kenneth Penegar. Richard Penegar • Fourth Row: Charles P. Scott, Herbert Spaugh, 
Thomas D. Stokes, Jack Stoughton, Sanford K. Woosley. 



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Lambda 

Chi 

Alpha 



Another year begins minus many brothers via 
graduation and the draft . . . Football week-ends 
once more . . . Friday night blasts at Harry and 
June's . . . Hank begins dating . . . end of a 
four-year feminine famine . . . losing the 
Georgia game but winning the party afterwards 
. . . Stud dating a nice girl . . . the South Caro- 
lina cabin party . . . prostrate Patton . . . the 
Lover has a bad season . . . Easy with the A- 
bombs . . . Rushing arrives . . . new friends . . . 
Boles approves of Sleagall's promotion to Hawk- 
First-Class . . . Abbot hiding from the draft . . . 
behind a bush ... Jo is pledged . . . Check's 
parlor fee raised . . . migration to Maryland and 
the big week-end in D.C. . . . Glenn giving up 
football for Frankie . . . Geechic mixing drinks 
. . . Serenading with Shveda . . . intramurals 
underway . . . trophies to defend come Winter 
. . . Tennessee and Notre Dame don't scare us 
. . . Grady all booked up . . . (by Blake) . . . 
and the pledge dance . . . the Inter-Zeta . . . 
before vacation time returns to interrupt another 
fine vear at Gamma-IVu. 




Z^gS^-^^^M 









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OFFICERS 




Andy Shveda 




President 


Murray Cooke 




Vice-President 


Check Coodiii 




Secretary 


Jim Daugherty 




Treasurer 



HISTORY 
Founded at Boston University in 1909. 
Colors: Purple, Green, and Gold. 
Flower: White Rose. 
Publication: The Cross and Crescent. 
Established at the L'niversilv of North Carolina in 1926. 




& .:Jli 



tfi^^fi 




Firsf Row. Left to Right: Charles R. Barber, Don B. Broadwell, Robert M. Brooks, Byron H. Carson, James K. Daugherty 
• Second Row: Joseph G. Davis, Harry L. Derby, William G. Elmore, Charles W. Fowler, James C. Goodin • Third Rate: 
George D. Hankins, Robert C. Leonard, Earle D. Litzenberger, Harold R. Lubs, Harold F. Oglesby • Fourth Row: Barry 
Pruss, Lewis H. Ruth. Andrew P. Shveda. 



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Phi 

Delta 

Theta 



In spile of last year's call to the draft, the 
alumni room is still singularly full of old sold- 
iers. "Old Crow" poured himself around liberal- 
ly and the rest of the menagerie bayed closely 
at his tail-feathers. The files of the Flounders 
increased with the incoming pledge class — the 
Jockey Club established itself firmly. All troop- 
ers still battling with the General College. 

The Georgia week-end managed to lose itself 
and several of the brothers. Other football tilts 
were tippled in much the same fashion. "Balls" 
and "Main-Line" back in action after a brief 
spell in Yankee rest camps. ^Tiile some joined 
the "Fun - Group," others worked and a few 
scholars were produced — not many. Thanks- 
giving and Christmas gave us a break acade- 
mically, but Winter Quarter saw both officers 
and enlisted men back among those cold, grey 
halls. Bowery Ball loses more brothers — the 
Pledge Dance climaxed pledgeship of lerrifir 
wildmen. "Baby Art" rejuvenates house with 
The Friemuth Fifty Year Plan. 

"Au printemps" — beach time again — all 
brothers go ahead on at **flank" speed. Some 
trade pins for fatal ladies — no bad deal. June 
finds many preparing to leave — all regretfully. 
Graduation marks another good year in the an- 
nals of N. C. Beta of Phi Delt Theta. 





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OFFICERS 




Fred CuUs 




George S. Blackwelder 


Reporter 


Richard F. Davis, Jr. 


Warden 


Hubert Teer 





HISTORY 

Founded at the University of Miami (Oxford, Ohio) in 1848. 

Colors: White and Blue. 

Flower: White Carnation. 

Publications: The Scroll, The Palladium. 

Established at the Universilv of North Carolina in 1885. 








First Row. Left to Right: Leonide Uauroke, Gene Brigham, Leon Carson, James Collins, 'William Cornell • Secontl Roic: Carl 
Crittenden, Fred Cutis, Richard F. Davis, Art Freimuth, Richard Kinnebrew • Third Row: Brooke Lawson, Hal Miller, Robert 
Page, William Quails, Lloyd Smith • Fourth Row: Campbell Stubbs, Hubert Teer, Dan Uzzle, David Wiley, Andolphus 
Williams, Robert Wright. 



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Phi 

Gamma 
Delta 



Epsiloii embarks on its second century by build- 
ing elaborate wall around back yard and nab- 
bing an exceptionally fine pledge class . . . well 
found in front yard proves University's Old 
Vl'ell to be a farce . . . many ideas proposed on 
how to utilize well . . . suggested tunneling to 
Chi O house rejected . . . Hedrick and Watkins 
refuse to be graduated . . . Sawyer captains 
Soccer team and is aided by four other Fijis 
. . . "Willie Stark" Myatt kept busy with affairs 
of politics . . . 

Tennessee week-end finds troops in rare form 
. . . house loaded with nocturnal revelers lis- 
tening to combo . . . usual aggregation of lovely 
lassies , . . many Tennessee, Davidson, and Vir- 
ginia brothers on hand for fall blasts . . . World 
Traveler Hare takes frequent trips to Danville 
and accompanied to Salem by "Tennessee Head" 
Earley . . . Mickey, Syd, Claude, and Laney on 
many soirees to Greensboro . . . "Spook" Lee 
keeps third floor culture on high plane . . . 
"Simon Legree" Quarles digs into the troops 
beer money with fabulous bills — yes Squirrel, I 
know, prices are high , . , '"Boscoe"' Walscr 
unfortunately hurt at beginning of football sea- 
son . . . 

"Famous Five" consisting of iVeblett, Hol- 
combe, Cantwell, Harriss, and Whitsett have big 
reunion during Notre Dame week-end . . . 
Christmas party with orphans graced by Chi 
Omegas . . . troops find it hard to concentrate 
on entertaining orphans . . . Sun-worshipers 
commute to and from Wrightsville . . . malt- 
worshipers commute to and from Buccaneer . . . 
many brothers are dirty rushed and pledged by 
Uncle Sam . . . did anyone mention beer? . . . 
let's go . . . lend me a quarter . . . Mother, I 
don't want to go to war ... I like it here . . . 





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Larry Earley 
Bill Quarles 
Claude Wilson 
Syd Ward 
Brad Cantwell 



OFFICERS 



President 

Treasurer 

Recording Secretary 

Corresponding Secretary 

Historian 



HISTORY 
Founded al Washington and Jefferson College in 1848. 
Color: Royal Purple. 
Flower: Purple Clematis. 
Publication: The Phi Caninia Delta. 
Established al the University of North Carolina in 1851. 




First Row, Left to Right: Lewis E. Bryan. Bradford C. Cantwell, William C. Covington, Jr., Kenton B. Creuser, Charles C. 
Dudley, Jr., Lindsay Fearringlon • Second Roic: Carson Greenwood, Ranson B. Hare, Victor Herring, III. Robert R. Holmes. 
Emsley A. Laney, Jr., Henry N. Lee, Jr. Third Row: Gene F. Lyon, Duncan I. MacCalnian, James W. Maynard, Cecil J. Milton, 
James A. Myalt, Jr., Joseph H. Nelson • Fourth Row: Walter L. Noneman, Charles E. Overman, William G. Quarles, Charles 
J. Sawyer, Donald C. Seifert, Hallett S. Ward. Claude R. Wilson. 



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Phi 

Kappa 
Sigma 



September, Fall, and the iiiiiety-fiflh year for 
Phi kappa Sigma at Carolina . . . And right 
away Busier cracks up . . . Ledhead burns up 
the road to Durham's only exciting store . . . 
Little, John Neal, and Scag take up residence in 
Greensboro . . . Whole house goes wild as Louie 
scores against Texans . . . Autumn Saturdays on 
South side of Kenan watching Andy, Hippo, and 
Spider hustle for Tar Heels . . , Copperhead is 
visited by one of Kansas City's honest citizens, 
while Kirk sweats out another Rat Court . . . 
Dick heads for Florida and a bride; Wes and 
Bob just head for the "Twin" . . . Punchy and 
Bob find Maryland Rye and Water not bad at 
(College Park . . . November sees Toad and Lash 
renewing vows, but Bill refuses to believe it . . . 
Ham sports a new briar . . . Great fall house 
parly . . . Winter rains fail to drown the Rodent 
. . . Blalz praises "Bud," but Doug and Lynn 
claim a cat needs scotch to really jump , . . 
February house party passed, the Upstairs Ca- 
sino increases its smoky operation with Water- 
head, Rud, and Broughton first class sharks . . . 
Stonehead finds his height some good on the 
courts . . . Dave runs to Duke, but looks to 
"Jaw-juh" . . . Bill and Buddy croon. Red Man 
brews, and Guy and Gabby just gape . . . Spring 
arrives , , , Obie cracks a mean whip over 
pledges . . . Hooder spurns sorority parties for 
Penn State jaunts . . . Amos sleeps on through 
Spring house parties , . , Buzzard mates his 
Olds with Jerry's Buick . . . Tummy continues 
to ghost write Horner . . . Harold and Gene 
drool over Fetzer's PhiBete key . . . Ted sticks 
to Rye and imports as Chuckie moves into Mc- 
Iver to be near Alderman . . . Jesse and Miss P. 
keep the honse going . . . Jud and George out- 
standing leaders of an auspicious year. 





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OFFICERS 


; 


Jud Hardv 


President 


1 


George Sreplieiis 


Vice-Presitlent 


i- 


Bill Ledford 


Treasurer 


i 


Bob Wallace 


Secretary 


\ 


Ted Dawes 


Correspoiiiling Secretary 



HISTORY 

Founded at the University of Pennsylvania in 1830. 
Colors: Black and Old Gold. 

Publications: Phi Kappa Sigma Newsletter; Lambda Lite. 
Flower: Yellow Chrysanthemum. 




First Row. Left to Rif-hl : Jerome liolick, Amos Bunigardner, Lyn Capel, Doug Chesson, Ted Dawes. Bub Dumphey • Second 
Row: Guy Dixon. Tom Gaines, Jerry Galanides, Jay Giles, Howard Gleitz, Oliver Hamilton • Third Row: Charles Harrell, 
Charles Johnson, Kink Kymoek, Bill Ledford, John Lowry, Bob Middleton • Fourth Row: Tom Payne, Fred Rierson, Paul 
Scagnelli, Neal Sheffield, Barney Simpson, Wesley Thomson • Fifth Row: Gene Tanner, Bob Wallace, Bill Ware, Dave 
Walters, Dan Whiteheart, Carson Yates, Jay Zink. 



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Pi 

Kappa 

Alpha 



Roll call . . . No fines . . . Absentees: Rousseau, 
Keel, Moose, Sniff, J. Hawfield . . . Thev got a 
BID to the ball at FORT JACKSON . . .' Who's 
next? The damned (Jreek God? . . . Mary had a 
little senator . . . ALOHA, Roy, Joe. and 
Malahiny . . . Miss Bry-Anne Sutton elected 
president of Pan-Hell . . . Go down for doubles; 
BLACKJACK gutterbrain . . . cliche, CLIOL'E, 
or Moneybag's Independants? . , . Nemo's Trail- 
ways to Wake Forest . . . Let's get rational, 
FATHEAD! . . . What did Santa bring you for 
Christmas, Ingrid? . . . Congratulations, Dirty 
. . . Worthy low masters for 32-33; Jonas, Lv- 
man, and Chalk . . . G-A-L-B . . . FIRNACE: 
to assess or not to assess, that is the poser . . . 
PLEDGES? Wc got the greatest, but how smart 
can you get? . . . you canU table that motion, 
chief . . . Stick to your minutes, S.C. . . . put 
the necessities in the little girl's roonj, tio Juan 
. . . Creed, the world's greatest BUSDRIVER 
. . . Who's got your pin this week. Peavine? 
. . . How's your ragtop Cadillac, Frank? . . . 
Horatio Kochtitsky HORNblower . . . Are you 
still eating at the Tri-Delt house, Bev? . . . 
Eddie Hickman. Poor Man's Mario . . . WATA- 
SHIE . . . I'd like to further de-emphasize what 
Brother Beaman said . . . Give 'em hell, M-E-N! 
. . , Aunt Kathy moved to Culpepper, how about 
it, Dave? . . . Mama Mia . . . Mercv, Dear . . . 
Red Top, DRINKLESS? . . . Brother Williams, 
I mean FEARING . . . How do "angel feathers" 
sound, Lips? . , , Henry and his Hillbilly Six 
. . . Moved to adjourn . . . Don't forget the 
chairs . . . One minute of silent prayer for 
Green . . . Meeting adjourned. 





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OFFICERS 




Guy Rawls 




Pre»idKnl 


Nick Miller 




Vice-President 


Gene Hardin 




Secretary 


Rvland Duke 




Treasurer 



HISTORY 

Founded at the University of Virginia in 1838. 

Colors: Garnet and Gold. 

Flower: Lily of the Valley. 

Publication: Shield and Diamond. 

Established at the Universitv of North Carolina in 1895. 









Firsf Row. Left to Right: Robert L. And«■^^oM. Jr.. Allnian Beanian. Benjamin C. Berry. Jr.. Howard C. Broughton. Lee A. 
Clark. Jr., Robert M. Creed, George W . Evans • Second Roiv: John H. Falkner, George W. Ferguson. Jr., Henry C. Fisher, 
Jr., Richard J. Futrell, Jr., Harvey Lee Griffin, Jr., Gordon G. Hamrick, Eugene B. Hardin, Jr. • Third Roiv: Edgar P. Hick- 
man, William H. Hogshead, Jr., William C. Holton, Waher O. House, Jr., Henry C. Jackson, Jr., David A. Kelly, Russell B. 
Lee, Jr. • Fourth Rote: Thornton M. Long, Jr., William M. McKinney, Thomas McMillan, Jr., Oscar K. Merritt, Jr., Nick J. 
Miller, James L. Neely, Henry B. Patterson • Fifth Row: Frank E. Quinn, Jr., William F. Redding, Jr., Robert L. Strickland, 
Howard B. Sullen. Jr., Robert M. Upton, Beverly S. Warner, Woodward W. Williams, Jr. 



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Pi 

Kappa 
Phi 



First Row, Left to Right: Linwood J. Braswell, William 
F. Brilcy, John R. Cauble. Alfred F. Cole, Jr. 

Second Row: Willard A. Hord, Jr., Claudius A. Irbv, 
Jr., Nathaniel F. Magruder, Otis R. McColluni. 

ThirdRow: Hatherlv C. Paderick, William M. Robbing, 
Jr., Elmon S. Russell, Alfred Strause. 

Fourth Row: James A. Wharton, Jr., William H. Wil- 
kerson. Bill A. Williams, Charles F. Wolff. Jerry R. 
Womack. 




William H. Mallison 
President 



Cordon H. Shermer 
Treasurer 



Aaron J. Jones, Jr. 
Secretary 




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i 



■' ^^31 




OFFICERS 




William H. Mallison 


President 


Gordon H. Shermer 


Treasurer 


Aaron J. Jones 


Secretary 


Linwood J. Braswell 


Historian 


EInion S. Russell 


Chaplain 


Jerry R. Womack 


Warden 


Hatherly C. Paderick 


House Manager 


Charles F. Wolff 


Steward 



HISTORY 

Founded at llie College of Charleston in 1904. 

Colors : (;old and White. 

Flower: Red Rose. 

Publieation: Star and Lamp. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 1914. 




Pi 

Lambda 
Phi 



1951 started off with eleven less men, but rush- 
ing soon brought eleven more here again . . . 
We started off with paint brush in hand . . . 
new roof . . . new carpets . . . new tables . . . 
new pledges. 

Rushing will never be forgotten , , , "Cocky's" 
smile , . , Henry's jokes , , , Lew didn't get his 
B & A , , , All's well with the 1,F.C, , , Shakeup 
— shakeout — shakeup — shakeout — shakedown. 

Pledges are the greatest , , , spirit is tops 
. , , Off to Maryland went the "Jolly Laddies" 
, . . Farber Shanghaied to Yugoslavia , , , 
"Little Nemo" thinks he has a million dollar 
knee , , , Kingoff doesn't feel so badly since he 
saw Cyrano. 

Poker games are getting scarce , , , so are the 
pretty women , , , and the "Chesterfield heir- 
jsses" , , , Johnny and his University Club re- 
port , , , Joe, Mort, and Jack going 'legit' over 
at Manning Hall , , , "Very Good" moved into 
the house. Gene may falter and make a "B" 
, , , Burl's got a car , , , next comes the license 
, , , Mr, & Mrs. Klein , , , We know who'll wear 
the pants in that family 

Yes, Mannys found still another , , , Congrats 
to Ben , , , we hear he's engaged , , . at least his 
girl is . , , "Moose" or the "Invisible Man" we 
ask , , . Yate and Sam cooking Kosher Style 
. , , 'Who's this kid, Wagger? , , , Richard 
Harvey promises to say something , , . Hilly is 
hooking up with the Syndicate Wire Service 
. , . Foggy hasn't had his windshields wiped yet. 

Rosey is polishing up his brass , , . "Moff- 
balls'" and golf , , , Friedman was frightened bv 
TV . , , then TV was frightened by Bob , , , 
Rubin soda-jerking , , . Sy can't keep a woman 
over the summer. 

These boys are to be respected and honored 
, , . Howie, Brad, Sonny, Pete, Donny, Elliot, 
Morty, Joey, Louie, Jack, and Herb . , . They 
knew enough to go PI LAM. 





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OFFICERS 



William kingofT 
Leonard Guyes 
Seymour Bates 
Burton Bershaw 
John Cronson 



Rex 

Archoii 

Scribe 

K.O.E. 

Parliainenlarian 



HISTORY 

Founded at Yale University in 1895. 

Colors: Purple and Gold. 

Publication: Tripod. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 1930. 




First Row. Left to Right: Seymour Bates, Martin Bernstein. Burton Bershaw. Irvin Cohen, John Cronson • Second Rote: 
Leonard Guyes. Bill Kingoff, Jack Koslow, Harry Lerner, Sammy Lerner • Third Row: Jerry Moff, Lewis Ripps, Richard 
Rosen, Gene Rosenthal, Henry Shavitz • Fourth Row: Joseph Siegel, Benson Slosman, Steve Sutker, Jerry Wagger. 



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Sigma 
Alpha 
Epsilon 



Chapel College again . . . draft survivals still 
with us . . . Smiley still alive, believe it or not 
. . . "Gat." "Boards," "Geeehv," "Reuii," Zaek, 
Vaiiee, and "Goilie George" continue midnight 
card flippin' . . . "Swashbuckling Bob" — noth- 
ing extra . . . "Peter Cottin" AWOL . . . Scottv, 
Chuck, and Whilton missing pins . . . football 
week-ends, with Dalt, Julian, and Dave doing 
the dirty work, the rest of us play . . . fine 
pledge class trained by Dean Wilcox . . . finan- 
cial wizards, Eddie and Raymond, keep us out 
of the red with potatoes, potatoes, and potatoes 
. . . crow calls from "Jaxe" . . . Bill keeping up 
fraternity average. Gold pulling it down . . . 
sound leadership under Gat and "Wilsi" . . . 
chapter revolution occurs, parly for Chi O's 
. . . first 'mural team wins and loses, beer team 
ruined by good athletes in pledge class . . . 
Washington, Statler room W-421 is Tar Heel 
headquarters . . . redecorating done in attic, 
Clammie putting in all the modern conveniences 
. . . Wettach submits to multi-clothed boss . . . 
"Pool," Webb, Julian, Henry, and UBIS live in 
poverty . . . "Mic" buckles down, scrapping for 
scrapbook . . . Herb leads tennis club . . . "Easy 
Ed" eases on . . . laughs by Ned . . . "Cats" 
Carmichael enters gang warfare with "Mr. Ad- 
domen" . . . "Tip-Off" constantly snowed . . . 
Huff and Creacy head jitterbug team with Pace 
stumbling behind as Willie brings new dance 
style to campus . . . Al joins Hill in "Consci- 
entious Club" . . . Johnny Mac strengthens 
Chapel Hill club to Wetlach's pleasure . . . 
more beef added to chapter by Fred and 
"Round Man's" eat. drink, and be merry policy 
. . . roll call is swelled by the long name Mc- 
Cleneghan . . . we welcome new transfers, Jid 
and Oscar ... all of luck to 19S1 and '52 
graduates; we'll miss you . . . congratulations. 
Smiley! . . . ROTC boys enjoy your new loca- 
tions, draftees your new work . . . SAE ends its 
94th year at UNC, as fine as ever. 





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OFFICERS 



(Garland Johnson 
Ben Wilcox 
John Hanes 
Raymond Holland 
Edmund Cant 



Prpsideiit 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Warden 



HISTORY 
Founded at the University of Alabama in 1856. 
Colors: Old Gold and Purple. 
Flower: Violet. 
Publication: The Record. 
Established at the Universitv of North Carolina in 1857. 




First Row. Left to Ri^ht: Robert Gibbon, John Hanes, Gene Hill, Julian King • Second Rate: Ale.x McMillan, George Mount 
castle, Dalton Ruffin, Bill RufHn • Third Roiv: Webb Sherrill, Dixon Spangler, Jim Whillon. 



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Sigma 
Chi 



Alpha Tau Chapter of Sigina Chi was establish- 
ed at the University of North Carolina in 1889 
and has gained the position of the most versatile 
fraternity on our campus today — inter-collegiate 
athletics — intraniurals — student activities — 
socials. In intraniurals Alpha Tau has claimed 
the cup for the last two out of three years and 
is proud of its intercollegiate athlete brothers 
Skeet Hesmer, Eddie Foy, Donnie Evans, Bob 
Bell, and many others. The brothers of Alpha 
Tau join in many student activities, one of 
which is politics. Last year there were five in the 
legislature, we had the president of the fresh- 
man class, the president of the IDC, a member 
of the elections board and so on. Alpha Tau has 
gained the enthusiasm and hearts of all the stu- 
dents through its singing. The chorus has won 
the Valkyrie Cup four times out of the past five 
years. The climax of the school year is the 
Sigma Chi Derby and Sweetheart Ball, at which 
the Sigs claim a certain girl with their admira- 
tion and respect — The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. 





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Mike Carver 
Bill Rue 
Bob Henniii^ 
Ed Cleary 
Jerry Cook 
Ernie Shore 
Lew Brown 
Rupert Bliss 



OFFICERS 

President 
Vice-President 
Secretary- 
Treasurer 
Historian 
Correspondence Secretary 
Pledge Trainer 
Editor 



HISTORY 
Founded at the University of Miami (Oxford. Ohio) in 1835. 
Colors: Blue and Cold. 
Flower: White Rose. 
Established at the University of North Carolina in 1889. 




First Row. Left to Right: Jim Adams, Doug Bak.r. I!i.l) Bill. H.iirii.- Higfjcr-. Rupert Bliss. Lou Brown • Second Row: Ed 
Cleary, Kemp Clendenine, Ray Collins. Bob Ellington. Vernon Ferrell. Bob Fountain • Third Rote: Tommy Frazier, Arlen 
Harris, Bob Henning, Elbert Herring, John Louder, Tom McAllister • Fourth Row: Carl McGraw, Fred Mewhinney, Lee 
Middleton, John Motsinger, Bob Neill, Charlie Phillips • Fifth Row: Buddy Pope. Bruce Pruitt, Tad Riley, Earnie Shore, 
Tim Timberlake, Ben Tilson • Sixth Row: Jack Wallace, Hey wood Washburn, Bill Williamson, BUI Wilson. 



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Sigma 



The first Psi Chapter Alumni Association has 
been founded and is on the road to being one 
of the most active of its kind . . . the remodel- 
ing of the entire lower floor of the chapter 
house saw completion this year . . . <>roat Hobbs 
look the well known leap and with this con- 
gratulations are in order for Lynn and Helen 
. . . because of the very efficient work of E. C 
John Ferebee the Sigma Nu Glee Club was 
initiated . . . Fountain replaced Jernigan as 
chief "Bookie" while "Fire Chief" Midgelt lakes 
over as "Master of the Psi Chapter Prevarica- 
tors" and we mustn't forget to mention "Pops" 
Pag>. is second in command . . , again, repeat- 
edly, and successively the Germans are first 
after the Sigma Nu week-end . . . excellent rush- 
ing job was done by all . . . Psi Chapter hasn't 
a worry now with A. J. Donald pinned to the 
Grand Regent's daughter . . . Jess and Brooks 
are proud fathers of future Sigma Nu's while 
Slump is content with a someday Signia Nu pin- 
nie , , . The phantom leaves for duly with his 
favorite Uncle . . . and Nemo goes into service 
for Biaby (his Middletown General, Wacs of 
course) , , . Hicks goes wet and the Chaplin's 
nephew at that . . . Tell us Mac, Did Henry 
day it? 








OFFICERS 








John J. Ferebee 










Presiileut 


R. Seth Boslick 








y 


ice-President 


O. MacMulleii White 










Secretary 


Ben E. James, Jr. 










Treasurer 




HISTORY 








Founded at Virginia Mil 


itar> 


Institute in 


1869. 




Colors: Black, While an 


d Go 


Id. 








Flower: White Rose. 












Publication: The Delta. 












Established at the University 


of North Carol 


ina 


n 1889. 




first Rotv. Left to Right: Robert E. Bennett, Selh R. Bostiek. William H. Carr, Oscar E. Cordle, Nathan T. Crocker • Second 
Row: Alan J. Donald, William H. Elliot, John J. Ferebee, Alan W. Hamer, Eugene C. Hicks • Third Row: David C. Howard 
James Kelley, Robert Midgett, Gilbert Murphv, William L. Page, Allan E. Poppleton • Fourth Row: Charles B. Small, Harry 
Smith, Stanley Smith, Robert H. Snow, O. Mae White, R. S. White. 



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Sigma 

Phi 

Epsilon 



And those Sig Eps keep rolling along! President 
Owen and "Head" returned from Richmond 
with tales of a great, fiftieth anniversary con- 
clave. And everybody returned with new spirit 
— fresh paint, new furniture, and hard-working 
brothers and pledges everywhere. A fine pledge 
class . . . and fine parties, every week-end . . . 
well, almost every . . . 

Uss "the Terrible" shouted "Roll Call" all 
year and the brotherhood trembled. "Suicide" 
Coward kept the Marine Corps in line and 
"Riviera" Robe explained the "Folies Bergere" 
in detail , , . Mize and Mattox came up with 
some really enchanting songs . . . 

Our annual Sig Ep Ball in the spring was the 
greatest, in a long line of great ones . . . and 
Charlie's Day at Hogan's left nothing to be de- 
sired (except victory over the brothers from 
Wake Forest, Stale, and Duke). It was a year 
of real fun, work, and accomplishment. Look 
out, '52! 





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OFFICERS 




Earl W. Owen 




President 


Charles H. Kennedy 




y ice-President 


James V. Thompson 




Secretary 


Mvron C. Banks 




Historian 


Thurnian L. Williams, 


Jr. 


Comptroller 



HISTORY 

Founded at the University of Richmond in 1901. 

Colors: Red and Purple. 

Flower: American Beauty Rose. 

Publication : Sigma Phi Epsilon Journal. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 1921 

and 1947. 




Fir.-I Run. I.r/t lo Hitilit: Koh.rl K. Hailed. \l>r.Mi i.. |{;mk>. Thomas L. Cannady. John A. Cates. Nelson T. Fletcher, III • 
Second Hoic: Lewis Carlton Gooding, Thomas (;. Iladdon, Jr., Rucker S. Hennis, Jr., Monroe G. Johnson, Jr., Charles H. 
Kennedy • Third Row: Thomas E. Lindsey, William L. Little John, Jr., Lacy L. Lucas, Jr., Robert E. Marshall, Jr., Frederick 
T. Mattox, William T. Milburn • Fourth Rou: Joseph M. Parker, John F. Prescott, Jake Schoonderwoerd, Riley D.Strickland, 
James V. Thompson, Thurman L. Williams, Jr. 



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Tau 
Epsilon 

Phi 



Now that the greater portion of the Yankees 
have left, all is quiet on the southern front . . . 
how do you doo . . . continued over-fraternal 
friendship between Coldin and Prince . . . been 
eating good lately . . . Isaacs boop-boops at 3 
a.m. . . . Pritchard, Handler, and Schwartz con- 
tinue studying marathon . . . Novins neophyte 
to Alcoholics Anonymous . . . car ratio up — 
date ratio down . . . Kaufman is just CINDY- 
lating . . . Schild, Levine, Kalin, and Strause 
still settling for Durham operators . . . Levy 
majors in radio this quarter . . . Little Willie 
cutting hard on campus . . . Alumni re-visit 
enmass . . . rumor that Marty Levinson, Schra- 
der, Billy Zuk, and Mush the Greek are vying 
for the honor of pinning Nellie Rue . . . death 
pallor hits Winston as Gordon and Vinnik find 
gas cheap but road rough . . . records show 
TEP's major stockholders in ABC stores . . . 
Roger "Babe" original sixty-minute man . . . 
the three "M's," Mann. Mel, and Myers create 
riots on third deck . . . Snookie still fortare- 
mus'in . . . Little "Mutt" still keeping TEP 
name high on conipus . . . Levin, alias, "see my 
muscles" . . . Dr. Max loose as a goose . . . 
What can vou do? . . . 




r^ n a f^ B, 




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OFFICERS 








Judsoii S. Noviiis 








C/i< 


incellor 


William N. Schwartz 






VUe 


■Ch, 


meellor 


F. Richard Schwartz 








Secretary 


Richard W. Pritchard 










Bursar 




HISTORY 








Founded at Columbia 


University in 1910. 








Colors: Purple and While. 










Flowers: Lily of the V 


alley, 


Violet. 








Publication: The Plume. 










Established at the University of North Caro 


ina ii 


1924. 




First Row, Left to Right: Jack ("olnn. Hobirt Emiiis, Ralph Goldstein, Edwin Goodman, Alan Gordan, Jack Handler • Second 
Row: David Isaacs, Barry Kalin, G. Arnold Kaufman, Ronald Levin, Alvin Levine, Milton Mann • Third Row: Ken Myers, 
Judson Novins, Ronald Prince, Richard Pritchard, Elliott Rose, Fred Schild • Fourth Row: F.Richard Schwartz, Mel Schwartz, 
Samuel Strause, Robert Zucker, William Zuckerman. 



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Theta 
Chi 



We'll never forget : George and the clay the hot 
water barked up ... a visit from Lvnwood 
which started out as a week-end and ended up 
as a week . . . the Air Force alunins; Cecil, 
Phil. Les. J. Ray, George Moore, and "Boy 
Pilot" Jim Mills; the Navy boys; Nelson, Don 
(DTH) Maynard, Frank Edge and Frank Gallo, 
Mike and Troy . . . 

Then there was the Maryland game . . . and 
we slept on stolen mattresses ... A trip to Rich- 
mond and those "nice" YWCA girls . . . the 
drow^ning of the Wake Forest sorrow ... a 
Germans week-end . . . Who went to the dance? 

A brand new house (only 98 years old) and 
those floors which drop two or three inches 
every time we have a little party . . . And al- 
ways our photographer. Bill Neely, around to 
catch us when we least expect . . . 

"Chief" left in January and we're all let 
down . . . "Hey Chief, how about getting me a 
date. Only a queen, hey chief, only a queen!" 

A transfer from Georgia Tech . . . Two-beer 
Ed . . . those engineers aren't up to Carolina 
parties . . . 

Rushing in the fall . . . and a damn good 
pledge class . . . hard work and a lot of pledge 
training . . . but they're good men. Here's to 
Earl "Right nice," the 10 or 12 Bobs in the 
class, and the rest. 

The coeds are giving us a fit . . . Ray gets 
engaged to Becky and we never see him again 
. . . who is next? 





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OFFICERS 



Al Samuel 
Davis Bvrd 
Dean Jones 
Al Perry 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretory 

Treasurer 



HISTORY 

Founded at Norwich University, Norwich, Vermont, in 1836. 

Colors : Military Red and White. 

Flower: Red Carnation. 

Publication: The Rattle of Theta Chi. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 1920. 




First Row: Robert Hartley, Davis Byrd, Carlyle Campbell, Jed Daniels, William Dellinger, Donald Fisher • Second Rote: Neil 
Glenn, Earl Graybeal, Dean Jones, Winstead Lee, Harrison Lewis, Henr> Lewis • Third Row: Ray McCaskill, Robert Neal, 
William Neely, James Nichols, Robert Osborne, Alan Perry • Fourth Row: Johney Riley, Alven Samuel, Jack Seism, Robert 
Thompson, Fred West, Carl Zeigler. 



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Zeta 
Beta 
Tau 



Big Ted back at the helm . . . Starr elated after 
seeing Cyrano . . . Lover Lou has three dates for 
Anniversary Parly . . . H. B. Cohn tyrant over 
pledges and Shirley . . . Sroehi gains 13 pounds 
on strenuous diet . . . Heilig is contemplating 
non-alcoholir breakfast . . . the Professor's son 
gels a date? . . . "Swiv" scouts rushees from 
T. V. aerial . . . Sy, where's the culture? . . . 
Lowell, get out of the head! . . . Moven breaks 
leg getting in and out of bed . . . Novit caught 
going into the head without a coat and tie . . . 
Oberdorfer's Grail Key turns into Church key 
. . . Karesh claims, "Vampires still eat squash" 
. . . Goody louses up and makes a B on a quiz 
. . . Our Bob does bang-up job as Cuisine Com- 
missioner . . . Mendel leads Monotone choir lo 
glorious year . . . "Y'ockoff the Bruin" kisses 
and giggles while party goes on . . . After re- 
ceiving package from home, Jake becomes 
'pledge of the month' . . . Thousand attends 
All-Campus cocktail party . . . Silver Anni- 
versary week-end — greatest in Alpha Pi history 
. . . School year ends to Melodic strains of "My 
Brother, Here's Mv Hand." 





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OFFICERS 






Ted Frankol 












P resilient 


Bob Goodman 












yive-Presidenl 


Alan Heilig 












Secretary 


Bill Karesh 












Treasurer 


Herb Cohn 








HISTORY 




Historian 


Founded al the 
in 1898. 


C 


l> 


C 


ollege of New York, 


Ne« 


York City, 



Colors: Blue, White, and Gold. 
Publications: ZBT Quarterly; Alpha Pioneer. 
Established at the University of North Carolina in 1927. 




First Row. Left to Right: Seymour Bane, Art Barbanell, Lowell Dryzer, Art Einstein • Second Rote: Ted Frankel, Bob Good- 
man, Alan Heilig, Bob Heinian • Thin] Row: Bill Karesh, Ronald Lampert, Don Mendel, Mitch Novlt • Fourth Row: Gene 
Oberdorfer, Alan Sroehi, Lewis Simon, Mike Starr, Lou Wolfsheinier. 



Page XiS 





Zeta Ps;i 



Through the generous support of our alumni, 
it has been possible for us to salvage our house 
from the termites and to have it completely 
remodeled. It is reported that the termites, ro- 
dents, and other fraternity houseiverous crea- 
tures have given their solemn pledge to move to 
the Big Fraternity Court by the first of the year 
(1952), where, we understand, they made hotel 
reservations. Orchids to you, creatures! 

It is our understanding that the Zeta Psi 
Educational Award went this year to Howard 
Stranberg, Jr. of Rocky Mount. Gold watches 
to you "Stran" boy! 

Several pre-game Bar-B-Ques have been had 
at the house, it is said, and, it is reported, that 
these festive feasts were followed shortly by 



not-too-successful grid-iron contests. In intra- 
niurals, however, we are attempting to retain 
possession of the intramural trophy. It is re- 
ported that only several hundred wins are neces- 
sary for its permanent retention. 

As the school year wanes and we eagerly look 
forward to another lost vacation, our eyes glance 
furtively* over our shoulders to catch a parting 
view of our campus casa. The light fades but 
we can still discern the glow of the midnight 
oil through the beer-stained window panes of 
our college casba. As the mild spring wind 
carelessly blows whiskey labels over Spring's 
green carpet, our ears catch the rattle of cards, 
the tinkle of glass, and the soft, low murmcr of 
. . . "cocktail hour." 




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Jim Hurley 
Jim Thorp 
Joe Brewer 
Edgar Betty 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary- 
Treasurer 



HISTORY 

Founded at New York University in 1847. 

Colors: Gold and White. 

Flower: White Carnation. 

Publication : Cirole of Zeta Psi. 

Established at the University of North Carolina in 1858. 




First Row, Left to Right: Alexander H. Barnes, Ladson H. Boyle, Edward G. Gauss, Spencer Gregory • Second Row: Robert 
Grunninger, Edward C. Haines, Jr., Stephen Milliken, Harry S. Pearsall, Jr. 



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eaturesi 



Beauiies 



Dance 




Toi> Left: Judges Harry Davis, Foster Fitz- 
Sinioiis, and James Street • Left: Master 
of Ceremonies Norman Cordon. 



The 1952 Yacket^ Yack Beauty Court 

Returning to a procedure discontinued since 1948, the 1952 Yackety Yack Beauty Court and Queen 
were selected in Chapel Hill by local judges. With Mr. Norman Cordon emceeing the show. Judges 
Foster Fitz-Simons, James Street and Harry Davis selected from sixty-two contestants Miss Sally Trow- 
bridge of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, as queen, accompanied by a court of fourteen. The winners were 
announced and given orchid corsages on November 15 in Memorial Hall. With the co-operation of 
the Order of he Grail, the queen and court were presented at the final dance of the Crail, held in 
Woolen Gymnasium on November 17th. 

The staff of the 1952 Yackety Yack wishes to express its grateful appreciation to those who 
made the contest possible: Mr. Norman Cordon for his interest and most helpful assistance; Mr. 
Lavergne Johnson for his suggestions and encouragement; Messrs. Filz-Simons, Street, and Davis for 
their generous co-operation; The Carolina Beauty Shop for the hair stylings of Misses Carman Nahm, 
Katherine Hester, and Virginia Wilson; The Carolina Sport Shop for lending records; Mr. Harry 
Davis of the University Florist; Mr. Earl Wynn and Miss Silva; Mr. Ray Jeffries; the famed UNC 
world traveler Barry Farber; the backstage help — Wisner Washam and Glenn Baughnian on lights, 
Tom Carroll on music, Joan King; staff members Tom McDonald and Helen Kelly, and especially 
Bob Colbert, who managed excellently the details of the contest. 

Portraits of the Queen and Court are by Francis Lavergne Johnson of Chapel Hill. 



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First Row: Charles Augustus Borda, III, Roddey Dowd, George Worrell Evans, Fletcher Melvin Green. Ill • Second Row: 
Spenser Gregary, Ransom Bryant Hare, III, William P. McKay, Jr.. John Alexander McMillan • Third Rotv: Richard 
Melton Penegar, James Simpson Schenck, III, Robert Hairston Snow, Edward Dickson Thompson • !\ot Pictured: Dan 
Wilson Uzzle. 



German Club 

The German Club, which is composed of members 
of thirteen social fraternities on campus, sponsors 
three big dance week-ends each year, bringing 
name bands to Carolina. Under the efficient direc- 
tion of Jake Froelich, serving his second term as 
president of the Executive Board, the 1951-1952 
dances were acclaimed highly successful. 

Fraternities composing the German Club are: 
Kappa Sigma, Kappa Alpha, Sigma Chi, Sigma Nu, 
Delta Kappa Epsilon, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Zeta 
Psi, Alpha Tau Omega, Beta Theta Pi, Phi Delta 
Theta, Phi Gamma Delta, Delta Psi, and Pi Kappa 
Alpha. 



OFFICERS 
Top; Jake Froelick. Jr., President; William Gordon Quarles, Vice- 
President* Bottom: William C. Bostic, III, Secretary; Charles 
Lewis Haywood, Treasurer. 




Page 354 



Fall Germans^ 



Sponsors and their escorts for the Fall Germans were Miss Mary Strickland with Jake Froelich, Jr., Presi- 
dent ; Miss Nadia Doughtridge w ith Bill Quarles. Vice-President ; Miss Sandra Janierson with Marvin Ferrel ; 
Miss Elizabeth Hanirick with Bill Bostic, Secretary; Miss Carolyn Butcher with Richard Penegar; Miss 
Sally Trowbridge with Roddy Dowd; Miss Sally Bullard with Alex McMillan; Miss Florence Hopkins with 
Tim Borda; Miss Mary Lee (Griffith with Bob Snow ; Miss Wanda Philpott with Fletcher Green; Miss Clara 
Howell with Bill McKay; Miss Anita Caine with Jim Schenck; Miss Nancy Richards with Dick Thompson; 
Miss Carmen Oastler with Dan Uzzle; Miss Jane Schoolfield with Bryant Hare; Miss Margaret Ellen with 
George Evans: and Miss Betty Rhett Merritt with Spencer Gregory. 





Page 355 




Rav Anthony 



Mid^¥iiiters 



Buddy ^'ise, featured with 
Ray Anthony and his Orchestra 



Pfige 356 




German Club 



The German Club claimed the Tennessee Week-end as their 
first big social function of the year. Something new was 
initiated. Instead of having dances on both Friday and Sat- 
urday nights, only the dance on Friday night, November 2. 
was held. On Friday afternoon at four o'clock the festivities 
began with the concert held by Johnny Long and his Orches- 
tra. Memorial Hall rocked with the welcoming notes of 
"In a Shanty in Old Shantytown" and "Way Up in North 
Carolina." Long, a native North Carolinian and graduate of 
Duke University, appeared for the first time on the Carolina 
campus at the request of many students. The genial "south- 
paw" violinist, aided by his attractive vocalist-wife. Pat, were 
exceptionally well received. His joint appearance with Kay 
Kayser on Friday evening at the pep rally at 8:00 P. M. in 
Memorial Hall also caused one of the largest student turn- 
outs of the year. The smooth dance tempo orchestrations of 
Long, plus the traditional and charming figure formed by 
the German Club Executive Board and their dates before 



the intermission, made the 9:00 P. M. to 1:00 A. M. dance 
in Woolen Gymnasium a most successful climax to this 
first "Reader's Digest" Fall Germans. 

However, the old custom of having dances both Friday 
and Saturday nights was re-established for the peak of the 
middle quarter social season, when Ray Anthony, who play- 
ed for the German Club in 1931, returned here for Mid- 
winters on February 22 and 23. Anthony, with his reputa- 
tion as the "Young Man With a Horn" and his opinion that 
a band must do "more than just play music.'" provided 
crisp, precise numbers for the Carolina gentlemen and their 
dates. His versatile music — ranging from jazz and swing to 
novelties and sweet ballads — along with the Anthony brand 
of showmanship ("The Saints Come Marching In") made 
his return performance as enjoyable as his first. 

Spring Finals, which were held on May 10, were as suc- 
cessful as ever, and were the finishing touch to the pahtying 
Germans social functions. 




Page 357 




Brad Cantwell and partner bearing it out at Germans 



i 



ninnn 




Square Dancing in the ^ -Court is a popular 
attraction during the summer and early fall 
— with music for the entire campus to hear. 



Inforitials 



Semi-formal dance at the Ar 
freshmen of the Naval R.O.T.C. 



sponsored by the 



II 



First Rote 

James Ervin Adams 
Robert Lovell Anderson 
L. Paul Barnes 
Charles H. Brewer 



Second Rote: 
Lewis Arnold Brown 
James R. Connelly. 
Eugene W. Hackney 
Adrian S. Lineberger 



Third Rote: 
James H. Mclntyre 
John A. McMillan 
Andrew C. Miller 
Cecil Jerome Milton 



Fourth Rote: 
Eugene Oberdorf er 
Dotson George Palmer 
William G. Quarles 






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STEVE PERROW 
Chairman 



University 
Danee Cominittee 



The University Dance Committee has as its foremost objectives the role of host at Carolina 
dances and the task of maintaining order at social functions sponsored by campus organi- 
zations. This group of students, familiar in their formal dress with blue and white rosettes 
in their lapels, in their careful vigilance of campus dances are striving toward making 
Carolina dances the functions that both students and faculty desire. During the 19S1-1952 
season the Committee has effectively performed its duty. Headed this year by Steve 
Perrow, Chairman, the group has had a most successful year, both in helping to put on 
Carolina dances and guiding them toward perfection. 



Page 359 



It Pays 

Ta A^dvertise . 




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VN RESEARCH OR 



-^iHi^iCS^SiU- 



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Compliments of 

COBLE DAIRY PRODUCTS 



LEXINGTON. N. C. 



THE UNIVERSITY PRINTERY 


"Hank" Harrington 


E. Franklin Street 


Cliapel Hill 





Compliments of 

THE 
VARSITY THEATER 



Page 362 



THE Kiivc; rOTT01\ 




Greensboro's Finest Hotel 



HAYWOOD DUKE, Manager 




Foister's Camera Store, Inc. 

Photographic Supplier for 

the Professional and Amateur 

Photographer 

CHAPEL HILL, N. C. 




SANITARY FISH MARKET 
AND RESTAURANT 

Morehead City. N. C. 

Open 11:30 A. M. to 8:30 P. M. 
Every Day Year Round 



'Tony" Seamon 



'Ted" Garner 



Serving the University Community 
Since 1899 



The BANK OF 
CHAPEL HILL 

— Member F. D. 1. C. — 



Clyde Eubanks 
Collier Cobb, Jr. 
W. E. Thompson 
J. Temple Gobbel 
W. R. Cherry 



President 

Vice-President 

Exefutive Vice-President 

Cashier 

Asst. Cashier 



Page 363 




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KINGSPORT PRESS, INC. 

KINGSPORT, TENNESSEE 



T. W. Poe and Sons 

INCORPORATED 



General Contractors 



License No. 239 



Builders of: 



Mclver Dorm 
Cobb ( H I Dorm 
Monogram Club 
Medical Research Lai 

Telephone 5-9701 
Durham, N. C. 




Page 364 





The Corner Hangout . . . 

For Prescriptions 
For Fountain Service 

SLOAN DRUG CO. 



On the Corner 



Acro'^s from Theatrr 



TYLER'S 


ESSO 


SERVICENTER 


West Franklin at Church 


Phone 822] 




Compliments 



J. A. JONES CONSTRUCTION CO. 

Chapel Hill, N C. Charlotte, N. C, 

MR. W. H McWHIRTER, Manager, Chapel Hill Office 



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DAXZIGER!*^ 

"OLD WORLD RESTAURANT" 



Compliments of 



DILLON SUPPLY COMPANY 



Mill — Industrial and 

Contractors Supplies 

Plumbing — Heating 

Equipment 



Raleigh — Durham — Rocky Mount 
Goidsboro 



CONGRATULATIONS 

TO THE CLASS OF '52 



We hate to see you leave us! 
We will always welcome your return! 



"The Dairy Store" 

WEST FRANKLIN STREET 

CHAPEL HILL 
DURHAM ROXBORO 



Continuous 

Quality 




Durham Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 



Durham. N. C. 



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YouMrs for 

Plvasawti 

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RESTAURANT 

I niversity Drive at Hope Valley Road 

As You Enter Durham from Chapel Hill 



the 
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Compliments of 



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Opposite Post Office 



Wherever You Go 


Whatever You Do 


Good books are as close as 


your nearest mailbox 


THE INTIMATE BOOKSHOP 


205 E. Franklin Street 



L^onaratu la tioni 


TO ANOTHER GRADUATING CLASS 


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"Since 1903" 



Cnmplimeiils of 




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FURNITURE 


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Phone , 


S821 



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APPRECIATES YOUR PATRONAGE 


and invites you 


to visit our other 


theatres throughout 


the state 


i^ 


Worth Carolina Theatres, Inc. 




THE 
UNIVERSITY SERVICE STATION 

for Texaco and Firestone products 
and Complete One-Stop Service 



at Franklin and Columbia Streets 













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Durham's best store since 1886 










The shopping center for re 
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who demand the best in : 
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MAIN STREET — DURE 


presentative 
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ashion and 

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Cheer Leader! 



Cheer Leader! 

On campus or after the game, Pepsi-Cola is the 
big big drink that gets plenty of action ... for 
taste, for quality, for size — it's Pepsi. 




Durham Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Durham, N. C. 



SMITH 

cllanerS] 
prevostit 



Compliments oj the 


E. 


A. BROWX 


Furniture and Electrical Appliance 




t OMI»Ai\ V 




Phone 7121 


106 W. Rosemary St.. Next to Citv Hall 



CASTON MOTOR COMPANY, 


INC. 


Sales and Service 




DODGE — PLYMOUTH 




Dodge Trucks 




419 W. Franklin St. Phone 2421 



Good Luck Class of '52 

You Will Always Be 

Welcome Back To Chapel Hill 

Bv 

JACK LIPMAN 

A Chapel Hillian Since 1924 




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lilHLLER HOD SIDITH 

j^koioqrapne^S 



OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR 1 H£ YACKETY YACK 



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UNIVERSITY CLEANERS 



[SANITONE 



CLEANING — PRESSING 

Chapel Hill N. C. 
Post Office Corner Phone 4921 







FOUJLER'S 


FOOD 


STORE 






ALL KINDS FRESH MEATS, 


GROCERIES, AND COUNTRY PRODUCE 






FISH AND OYSTERS IN SEASON 


For 


Delivery: 


Phone F-416 




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Uo Sntn 



POE MOTOR COMPANY 



Plytatuuih 



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L^omputnenti of 



FITCH LUMBER CO 



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Graduate to Greater 
Food Savings 
At ^ our Frieudh 

COLONIAL STORE 

Chapel Hill. N.C. 




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Laundry & Cleaners, Inc 

Serving the Communities 

of 
Chapel Hill — Carrboro 

Delivery Service 

PHONE 2-3541 



(^onafatuiationi to tke L^laii of 1952 




FROM THE 

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AND 


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WILLIAM C OLSEN 

Coosulting Ens^ineer 

RALEIGH, N. C. 



Designing and Supervising Engineer 

FOR 
University Power and Heating Plant 
University Water Purification Plant 



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Compliments oj 

Hazzard Motor Company 

GENERAL MOTORS DEALER 
Sales and Service 

501 W. Franklin St. ~ Chapel Hill. N. C. 




for. 



Gulflex Lubrication 

Washing 

Gulf Tires 

All Gulf Products 




REEVES SERVICE STATION 

on W. Franklin Street 
Phone 2437 




In Every City 
There's A Store 
That Stands Out 
As The Leader . 
In Durham 
It's Baldwin's 



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The Carolina Inn 



Hosts for the University 
on all occasions 



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Administration 15 

Air Force R.O.T.C. 143 

Alpha Delta Pi 276 

Alpha Epsilon Delta 254 

Alpha Gamma Delta 278 

Alpha Kappa Psi 258 

Alpha Phi Omega 254 

Alpha Tau Omega 290 

Alumni Association 18 

Baptist Student Union 230 

Basehall 178 

Basketball 174 

Beauty Court 338 

Beta Gamma Sigma 248 

Beta Theta Pi 292 

Canterbury Club 230 

Cardboard 173 

Carolina Communications Club 220 

Carolina Forum 228 

Carolina Playmakers 218 

Carolina Political Union 229 

Carolina Quarterly, The 235 

(Cheerleaders 172 

Chi Omega 280 

Chi Phi 294 

Chi Psi 296 

Coed Senate 206 

Coed Sports 196 

('ross Country 183 



Daily Tar Heel, The 
Debate Council 
Delta Delta Delta 
Delta Kappa Epsilon 
Delta Psi 
Delta Sigma Pi 



236 
225 
282 
298 
300 
260 



Delta Theta Phi 
Dentistry, School of 
Dialectic Senate 



264 
192 
226 



Football 160 

Freshman Class 98 

German Club 354 

Gimghoul 249 

Golf 190 

Gorgon's Head Lodge 251 

Graduate School 138 

Graham Memorial Student Union 210 

Gymnastics 184 

Hillel Foundation 231 



Independent Board 
Interfraternity Council 
Intramural Sports 



220 
288 
194 



Junior (lass 73 

Kappa Alpha 302 

Kappa Delta 284 

Kappa Epsilon 269 

Kappa Psi 256 

Kappa Sigma 304 

Lacrosse 193 

Lambda Chi Alpha 306 

Law, School of 122 



Medicine, School of 

Men's Glee Club 

Men's Honor Council 

Men's Interdormitory Council 

Monogram Club 

Naval R.O.T.C. 



134 
212 
201 
208 
158 

152 



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Omega Ganinia Mu Iota 269 

Order of the Golden Bear 272 

Order of the Golden Fleece 245 

Order of the Grail 246 

Order of the Minotaurs 250 

Order of the Old Well 247 

Order of the Sheiks 253 



Panhellenie Council 
Pharmacy, School of 
Pharmacy Senate 
Phi Alpha Delta 
Phi Beta Kappa 
Phi Delta Chi 
Phi Delta Phi 



274 
112 
224 
265 
242 
267 
266 



Phi Delta Theta 308 

Phi Eta Sigma 270 

Phi Gamma Delta 310 

Phi Kappa Sigma 312 

Philanthropic Assembly 227 

Pi Beta Phi 286 

Pi Kappa Alpha 314 

Pi Kappa Phi 316 

Pi Lambda Phi 318 

Press Club 223 

Public Health, School of 129 

Publications Board 207 

Rho Chi 268 

Scabbard and Blade 271 

Senior Class 22 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 320 

Sigma Alpha Iota 262 

Sigma Chi 322 

Sigma Nu 324 

Sigma Gamma Epsilon 263 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 326 



Soccer 

Sophomore Class 
Sound and Fury 
Stray Greeks 
Student Council 
Student Government 
Student Legislature 



182 
88 
219 
275 
203 
200 
202 



Swimming 186 

Tau Epsilon Phi 328 

Tennis 192 

Theta Chi 330 

"Thirteen*' Club 252 

Town Girls' Association 221 

Track 188 

University Club 216 

University Dance Committee 359 

University Party 222 

University Symphony Orchestra 215 

Valkyries 244 

Varsity Band 214 

Women's Glee Club 212 

Women's Honor Council 205 

Women's Interdormitory Council 209 

Wrestling 185 

Yackety Yack 238 

Y.M.C.A 234 

Y.W.C.A. 232 

You'll Find 14 

Zeta Beta Tau 332 

Zeta Pel 334 

It Pays To Advertise 360-379 



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