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THE LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 




THE COLLECTION OF 
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PRESENTED BY 

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SEPTEMBER 



Orientation, Administration, Seniors, Juniors, 
Sophomores, Freshmen, Daily Tar Heel, Graham 
Memorial, Sororities, Debate Council, National 
Students Association 



OCTOBER 124 

Sound and Fury, Cheerleaders, Football, Card- 
board, Band, Playmokers, Fraternities, Uni- 
versity Club, Women's Residence Council 



NOVEMBER 203 

Consolidated University Student Council, Soccer, 
Wrestling, Beauties, Young Democrats Club, 
AFROTC, Arnold Air Society 



DECEMBER 236 

Tarnation, Interdormitory Council, Religion, 
CosmopolitonClub, Future Teachers of America 

JANUARY 257 

WUNC, Independent Women's Council, Swim- 
ming, Dance Committee, Dialectic Senate, 
Philanthropic Assembly, Basketball 



FEBRUARY 277 

German Club, Gymnastics, NROTC, Scabbard 
and Blade, Student Council, Men's Honor 
Council, Women's Honor Council, Honoraries 



MARCH 318 

Student Government, Student Legislature, 
Track, Carolina Quarterly, University Party, 
Monogram Club 



APRIL 335 

Baseball, Lacrosse, Publications Board, Golf, 
Women's Glee Club, Men's Glee Club 



MAY 346 

Yackety Yack, Carolina Forum, Tennis, Gor- 
gon's Head Lodge, Minotaurs, Sheiks, Saturday 
Club, Thirteen Club, Gimghoul 



JUNE 365 

School of Medicine, School of Dentistry, Dental 
Hygienists, School of Nursing, Graduate School, 
Pharmacy Senate, School of Pharmacy, School 
of Law, School of Public Health, Graduation, 
Advertising 



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Silent Sam stands an eternal guard over 
the purity of all Carolina coeds. 



The Morehead Plonetorium 
annually draws thousands of 
interested persons to its 
excellently - planned shows 
and galleries. 



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Members of Chi Omega sorority 
entertained fall rushees with a 
cabaret party in the full French 
tradition. 



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The first annual Rod and Gun Field Meet, 
sponsored by Graham Memorial, brought 
out many sharpshooters to try their luck. 



SEPTEMBER 



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Chairmen of Women's and Men's 
Orientation, Sara Alice Jackson 
and Burt Veaiey discuss plans for 
a busy week of counselling. 



ORIENTATION 



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registration are one of the 
necessary eyils of orientation. 




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Counselor Bill Morgan 

nformally talks about 

the Carolina Woy of 

Life with his 

orientation group. 





There is that season of the year not quite summer, but yet not fall, which 
some people call Indian Summer — the air calm, the temperature so as to 
give the impression of indecision, and the sky clear and quiet. And then they 
come, more than eighteen hundred of them, students bringing with them the 
fresh newness seen in every year in the past. Bringing with them smiles and 
eagerness and purpose; loud shouts and big talk and most of it sincere. And 
your job is to instill into them the meaning end value of a phrase so much 
more than words with a definition — to show them the Carolina way of life. 

Perhaps your name is Burt Veazey, head of the Orientation Committee. This 
is the time for all of your plans of last spring and the summer to be carried 
out. It is a time of great work, but of even greater satisfaction and gratifi- 
cation that the service done for your University is all that is expected of your 
capable hands. Or your name is on the roster of over one hundred counselors, 
and you are pleased because of the more than expected success of your labor 
— a plan conceived and carried out; a plan formed in expectation, and 
fulfilled in gratification. 

And perhaps your name is Sara Alice Jackson, and you are the head of the 
Women's Orientation Council. There is the work you and your colleagues 
have done, standing along and above the years post by time, effort and merit. 
Your name is there among the list of women counselors, and you too have 
reason to be praised. Together with the men's council, you have given new 
students here at Carolina something to remember, but more than that, 
something to live by. 

There is no value in hours, unless they ore well spent, nor worth in labor 
divided in cause; but these were not the cases of the 1955 Orientation 
Councils. The results ore seen in every new student, because he or she is 
given a confidence, an assurance, of why the spirit of Carolina is the spirit 
that makes a man or women responsible, sincere, and above all, constant to 
the ways of Carolina Life. 



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steps will soon be broken, as thousands of Carolina 
students change classes. 



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ADMINISTRATION 



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University of North Carolina 



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Robert B. House 

Chancellor 



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W. D. Carmichael, Jr. 

Vice-President and Finance Officer 




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Cecil Johnson 

Dean of the General College 



Ernest L. Mockie 

Dean of Student Awards and Distinctions 






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Charles M. Shaffer 

Assistant to the Chancellor m the Field of Development 



E. G. McGovron 

Dean of the School of Public Health 



Raymond L. Jefferies 

Assistant to the Dean of Student Affairs 




Elizabeth L. Kemble 

Dean of the School of Nursing 





Nerval Neil Luxon 

Dean of the School of Journalism 



J. Carlyle SItterson 

Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences 





Henry P. Brandis 

Dean of the School of Law 




R. J. M. Hobbs 

Dean of the School of Business Administration 



W. Reece Berryhill 

Dean of the School of Medicine 




Edwin S. Lanier 

Director of Student Aid and Central Office of Records 




Arthur E. Finl(| 

Dean of the School of Social Worki 



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John C. Brauer 

Dean of the School of Dentistry 




Roy Armstrong 

Director of Admissions 




Isabelle MacLeod 

Acting Dean of Women 





H. Arnold Perry 

Dean of the School of Education 



William C. Friday 

Secretary of the Consolidated University 



Claude E. Teague 

Business Manager 





Lucile Kelling 

Dean of the School of Library Science 









William W. Pierson 

Dean of the Graduate School 



Samuel H. Magill 

Director of Student Activities 



Fred H. Weaver 

Dean of Student Affairs 




Corydon P. Spruill 

Dean of the Faculty 





Jerry Voydo 

Vice-President 




Dove Whitaker 

Treasurer 





Kitty Coleman 

Social Chairman 




Ogburn Yates 

President 





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First Row: 

ABELL, EDWINA FAYE Raleigh 

^?. ."i EDUCATION. Glee Club (3, 4); Yoekety Yack (3); Y.W.C A (3 4)- 
G.M.A.B. Donee Committee (3), Film Committee (4). 



Staunton, Va. 



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ADAMS, JOAN HARRISON 

A,B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi; G M.A.B. Donee Committee (3) Un 
r°'*^ PI' T,°"1? ?.?'r°f°*' '^'"^ '3>- Y W.C.A. Hospital Committee 'a'^)' 
Coed Echo (3, 4), W,A A. Representative (3, 4). 

ALEXANDER, SHELTON SETZER Stotesville 

B S. IN GEOLOGY Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Delta Phi; Sigma Gamma 

Epsilon Treosurer f4); Interdormitory Council (3, 4), Executive Committee (4), 
Court (3, 4), Chairman (3, 4), Morshol (3); Student Council (3 4) Student 
Party (1 3 4); AFROTC, Arnold Air Society (3, 4); Scabbord andBlode 3 4) 
Assistant Editor Geology Newsletter (3); Dormitory Intramurol Manoger (2) 
Dorniitory President (3); Orientation Counselor (4); Order of the Old Well (3, 4)' 
Phi Assembly (4). 

Second Row: 

ALLEN, JAMES BRUTON, JR. 

BS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
Council (4). 

ALLEN, RONALD FRANCIS 

BS. IN COMMERCE. 



Troy 

Kappa Alpha; Football (1); Student 



Charlotte 



ALLSTON, BEATRICE 

A.B. IN MUSIC. Alpha C 
Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Orchestr( 



Miami Beach, Fla. 

■a; Glee Club (3, 4); 



SENIORS 

Third Row: 

ALTEMUELLER, WILBERT FRANCIS Chapel Hill 

B 5. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Delta Sigma Pi. 

ANDERSON, ANN SCOTT Wilson 

^^B.^ IN EDUCATION Chi Omego; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Canterbury Club (3), Alter 

ANDERSON, BRUCE ROBERT High Point 

B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

Fourth Row: 

ANDERSON, KENNETH FLETCHER, JR. Kinston 

r,\ 'n ^-.^^'-'.^l^ c'"'"' G°"""° Delta; Vice-President of Junior Closs (3); Glee 
NPnTr'n'ii T '■ ^m'"*-?/^ '^'' University Party (2, 3, 4); Elections Boord (4), 
NROTC Drill Team (I, 2). Orientation Counselor (2, 4). 



ANDES, SUSAN 

A B IN JOURNALISM. 



Miami Shores, Flo. 

Beta Phi; Doily Tar Heel (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), 



ANDREWS, WILLIAM DAVID 



Augusta, Go. 



^/^■. "^,?,'^9,'°' J^'-E^'S'°'^ '^N° MOTION PICTURES. Dclto Upsilon, Pledge 
Co°Jncil (4) ""^^"* '"'■ temper Fidelis (3, 4), Treasurer (4); Interfroternity 

Fifth Row: 

ANGSTADT, ROBERT WALTER, JR. Chorlotte 

B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Koppo Alpha; 13 Club. 

ARGO, KENNETH RAY Konnapolis 

P->^ .J'^s.^'-'^"^^^^ ADMINISTRATION Alpha Kappa Psi, President (4) Grail 
(3, 4); Young Democrats Club (4i. 

ARMSTRONG, RICHARD C. LaGronge 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Chi Phi; Doily Tor Heel (3, 4); Football 
11); University Club (3, 4). 

Sixth Row: 

ASHCRAFT, DONNA LEE Fairmont, W. Vo. 

A.B. IN RADIO. TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES Alpha Delta Pi Presi- 
dent (4); Debate Council (4); Di Senate (3, 4); Ponhellenic Council '(3 4) 
Ploynnakers (4); Student Legislature (3); Student Party (3, 4), Secretory' (3)' 
Cl'ub'?4)°"'"'°" Valkyries (3, 4); WUNC Music Director (4); Canterbury 

ATTAYEK, ELI JOHN 

B.S. IN DENTISTRY 

AUSTIN, HAROLD WAY 

BS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Beto Gamma 



Greensboro 

Pinebluff 
imo; Phi Eta Sigma. 

Rocky Mount 

Raleigh 

Charlotte 

Elizabeth City 

AS IN EDUCATION Koppo Delta, Social Chairman (4); Glee Club (3 4) 
Y W.C A. (3, 4), Onentotion Counselor (4). 



Seventh Row: 

AVENT, THOMAS EDWARD 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 

AVENT, WAVELY GARLAND 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

AYCOCK, DANIEL O. 

B.S IN BUSIN:SS ADMINISTRATION. 
righth Row: 

AYDLETT, PHOEBE ANN 



AYERS, JAMES CORDON 

B S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

BABER, CARL MAURICE, JR. 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Chi Phi. 



Raleigh 
Mount Airy 




First Row: 

BAILEY, RONALD EUGENE Alexander 

A B. IN ZOOLOGY. 

BAKER, RICHARD HENRY, JR. Greensboro 

A.B IN HISTORY Alpha Tou Omega; Phi Beta Kappa, Secretary; Phi Eto 
Sigmo; Dance Committee (4); Golden Fleece (3, 4); Grail (3, 4); Locrosse 
(1,2, 3); Mens Honor Council t3, 4), Monogram Club (I, 2, 3, 4); Order ot the 
Old Well (3, 4), Advisory Board; Swimming (1, 2, 3, 4), Captoin (1); Out- 
standing Freshmon Swimming Award; Canterbury Club (I, 2, 3, 4); Episcopal 
Student Vestry; Rhodes Scholarship (4). 

BAKER, WILLIAM AVERY Rural Hall 

B S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

Second Row: 

BALLARD, PEGGY ANN Chorlotte 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Pi Beta Phi, Pledge Trainer (4) Daily Tor Heel (3 4)- 

Student Council (4); University Party (3, 4); Women's Honor Council (4)' 
Y.WC.A. (3, 4V 

BARBOUR, CLARA MAE Corrboro 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Delta Phi Alpha; Y.WC.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Cosmopoliton 
Club (2, 3, 4), Secretary (3); Town Girls Association (1, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President 
(2>, President (3). 

BARBOUR, FRANCES JEAN 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Y.W.C.A. (2, 4). 



Third Row: 

BARDIN, ALTON CLAYTON, JR. 

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

BARWICK, ANN 

A B IN EDUCATION. Chi Omega. 

BARWICK, HUGH BROOKS, JR. 



Fourth Row: 

BATTEN, RUBY FARRIOR 

A B IN EDUCATION. 

BEAL, MARTHA LONG 



Morehead City 

Wilson 
Clinl-on 



Clinton 

Club; Wrcst- 



Burlington 

A B. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Alpha Delta Pi; Y.WC.A (3, 4)- Future 
Teachers of America (4); Yackety Yock (3). 



BEAM, RICHARD ALLEN 

B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Baseball (1); Y.M.C.A. (1) 



Hickory 



Fifth Row: 

BEAVER, JAMES LEE 

B. 5. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sign 

BEEBE, WILLIAM HEARN 



Pi, Secretor' 



Rehoboth Beach, Del. 



BENNETT, FRANCES LOUISE Madison, Miss. 

A.B IN FRENCH. Sound and Fury (3, 4); Yackety Yock (4); Saturday Club. 

SENIORS 

Sixth Row: 

BENNETT, LEONARD BOOTH Norfolk, Vo. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Glee Club; G.M.A.B. (2, 3, 4), Dance Com- 
mittee (2), Tolent Panel (3, 4), Canterbury Club. 

BERKOFF, JOSEPH LEON Flushing, N. Y. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Tau Epsilon Phi; Hillel (1, 2, 3, 4), Cabinet (4); Student 
Party (2); Tennis (I); Y.M.C.A. (4). 



BERRY, HIRAM ADOLPHUS 



Seventh Row: 

BETTS, JAMES EDWARD 

A B IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Psi; Pi Koppa Alpho 

BISSETT, LOU ANN 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Delta Delta Delta; Oriei 

BIZZELL, MARCUS EDWARD 

A B IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Kappo Sign 



Tarnation (1, 2) 



Fighth Row: 

BLACK, DONALD EUGENE 

B S. in BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Bond (3); Y.M.C.A. (2). 

BLACK, JULIA 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Kappa Delta; Y.WC.A. (4). 



Fayetteville 

!gislature (1); 

Greensboro 

Wilson 

Goldsboro 

Kannopolis 
Charlotte 



BLANCHARD, ELLIOTT JACKSON 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sign 



Hobbsville 

Pi; Y.M.C.A. (1,2, 3). 




First Row: 

BLOUNT, EROLYN JENKINS Nashville 

B.S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. Chi Beto Phi; Kappa Delta, Scholarship Chair- 
" ' n (4)); Glee Club (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); German 

BLOWE, WALTER THOMAS Ahoikie 

B.S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Alpha Kappa Psi. 

BOBROW, BENNETT MICHAEL New York, N. Y. 

AB IN POLITICAL SCIENCE Young Democrats Club (3, 4); Chess Club (4). 

Second Row: 

BOHANNON, ESTEN MATHESON Charlotte 

AB IN ENGLISH Chi Omega; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), Committee Chairman (4), 
Splash Club (3, 4). 

BOLKAN, THOMAS McEWEN 

A B IN HISTORY. Alpha Phi Omega; Glee Club (1). 



Fayetteville 



BOOKER, JOHN P., JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Monogr^ 



Winston-Salem 

Club (3, 4); Tennis (1, 2, 3, 4). 

Third Row: 

BOOKER, WILLIAM NORMAN Greensboro 

AB IN ENGLISH. Playmakers (4); Wrestling (2, 3); Young Democrats Club 
(3, 4); Y MCA. (I, 2). 

BOOTH, RICHARD CHARLES Raleigh 

B S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Sigmo. 

BOOTH, WILLIAM JENNINGS, JR. Apex 

AB. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Glee Club (1, 2); Monogram Club (2, 3, 4), 
Secretary (3); Track (2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2); NROTC. 

Fourth Row: 

BORDEN, EDWIN BROWNRIGG, JR. Goldsboro 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Sigma, President (3, 4); Gimghoul 
(3, 4); Interfraternity Council (2, 3, 4), President (4); Graham Memorial Board 
of Directors (3, 4); Minataurs; Student Entertainment Committee, Chairman 
(3, 4); Soccer (2), Human Relations Institute (4). 



BORROFF, EDWIN ROBERT 

A B. IN ENGLISH Chi Psi; Arnold Air Society (3, 4); Uni\ 



BOST, ALICE LYERLY 



Fifth Row: 

BOSTIAN, BETTY JOYCE 

AB. IN DRAMATIC ART. Playn 
Section (4); Dormitor ' 
Saturday Club. 



Columbus, Ohio 

sity Party (3). 



Hickory 



China Grove 



BOWERS, JOHN ROBERT Bethel 

AB. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Epsilon Delta; Interdormitory Council (3); Dormi- 
tory President (3). 

BOY ATT, MICHAEL LYNN Wyoming, Ohio 

AB. IN HISTORY Beta Theto Pi, Secretary (3), President (4); Phi Beta Kappa; 

Y.M C.A (I); President's Cabinet (2); AFROTC (1, 2, 3, 4), Commander Drill 
Squad 14), Interfraternity Council (3, 4); Public Relations Committee (2). 

Sixth Row: 

BRADFORD, THOMAS ALDEN, JR. Washington, D. C. 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Alpha Tau Omega; Monogram Club (1, 2, 
3, 4); Tennis (1, 2, 3, 4), Captain (4); NROTC (I, 2, 3, 4); Semper Fidelis 

Society (3, 4). 



BRADSHAW, WILLIAM HEYWARD 

B.S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Fayetteville 



BRADSHER, CHARLES DELAINE 

A B IN JOURNALISM. Dormitory In 



Roxboro 

ural Manager (2), Vice-President (3); 
Doily Tor Heel (1,2, 3), University Club (2). 



SENIORS 



Seventh Row: 

BRAKE, THOMAS WALTER 

B S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

BRANDON, SIDNEY ORA, JR. 

A B IN HISTORY Phi Kappa Sigma; 13 Club (3, 4). 

BRANDT, LOREN AUSTIN 

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

Semper Fidelis, President (4); NROTC 

Eighth Row: 

BRAY, EMERY DEAN, JR. 

B.S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Pi Koppo Phi; Y.M.C 

BREWER, WILLIAM CLARKE, JR. 

A B IN ENGLISH Alpha Tou Omega; Phi Alpha Theta; G.M / 

Committee (4), Y.M.C.A. (3, 4); Canterbury Club (3, 4); On 



Rowland 
Stanley 



Charleilon, S. C. 

:abbard and Blade; 



Mount Airy 

A., ROTC (1, 2). 



BRIDGERS, NANCY MARIE 

AB. IN SOCIOLOGY. Delta Delta Delta; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Si 
Court (3). 



Goldsboro 

ama Chi Sweetheart 



First Row: 

BRIDGES, ROBERT WALL 

B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

BRIGHT, BARBARA LUCILE 

A B. IN EDUCATION. Independent Women's Council (3, 4), 
YW.C A. (2, 3, 4); Town Girl's Association (2, 3, 4), Treasurer 

BRINSON, MONROE C, JR. 

A.B. IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES, 
Second Row; 

6RITT, JOHN DILLON, JR. 

A.B IN GEOGRAPHY. Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Gymnastics (1). 
BROGDON, FOYELL COPE 

A B, IN EDUCATION, 

BROWN, NAN WILMA 

A,B, IN HISTORY, Alpha Omicron Pi; Student Legislature (3, 

Y.W.C.A, (3, 4); Women's Re " " " " " 

Greeks (3, 4), President (4); 
Advisors (4), 

Third Row: 

BROWN, ROBERT JOSEPH, JR. 

B,S, IN SCIENCE TEACHING, Band (3, 4,: 

BROWN, WILEY LEWIS 

A,B. IN ECONOMICS, 

BROWNE, ALICE KAY Washington, D. C. 

A,B, IN ENGLISH. Kappa Kappa Gamma; Student Party (3), Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), 
Dormitory Secretary (4); Stray Greeks (3, 4), Air Force Sponsor (4); University 
Club (4). 

Fourth Row: 

BROWNING, VIRGINIA HONOUR 

A B. IN PHYSICS. Delta Delta Delta; 

Secre'ory-Treasurer (4), 



Lexington 



Chapel Hill 

Treasurer (4); 
(3). 

Rocky Mount 



Wilmington 
Cooleemee 



Laurel, Md. 

A), Clerk (3, 4), 
rty (3, 4); Stray 
1 of Orientation 



Asheville 
Wilmington 



Hendersonville 

Undergraduate Physics Club (3, 4), 



BRUMFIELD, LEWIS SHORE Yadkinville 

A.B, IN ENGLISH, Debate Council (3); Glee Club (1); G,M,A,B, (1, 2), Secre- 
tary (21, Grail (3, 4); Interdormitory Council (2, 3, 4), President (4); Order of 
the Old Well (3, 4); Phi Assembly (1, 2, 3, 4), Speaker (3), Sound ond Fury 
(3, 4); Student Legislature (3, 4), Sergeant-at-Arms (3); Student Party (I, 2, 3); 
Young Republicans Club (2); Grahom Memorial Board of Directors (3, 4); State 
Student Legislature (2, 3, 4); Orientation Counselor (4); Consolidated University 
Student Council (3, 4); Amphoterothen {3, 4); National Student Assembly 
Delegate (3), 

BRYAN, NORWOOD E., JR. Foyetteville 

A,B, IN HISTORY, Caroline Politicol Union (1, 2, 3); Di Senate (2, 3); Inter- 
dormitory Council (1), Executive Committee (1); Student Legislature (2, 3, 4); 
Student Party (I, 2, 3, 4); Young Democrats Club (3, 4); Grahom Memorial 
Board of Directors (3, 4); Amphoterothen (3 4); National Students Association 
(3), Regionol Secretary (3); National Student Association Congress Delegate (3), 
North Carolina State Student Legislature (2) 

SENIORS 

Fifth Row: 

BRYAN, ROBERT EMMET, JR. Goldsboro 

B S, IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Interdormitory Council (2), Monogram 
Club (3, 4); Track (1, 2, 3, 4); Dormitory President (2). 



BRYANT, VENOY LEE 

B,S, IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, 



Lena 



BULLITT, JAMES B. 

A,B, IN ECONOMICS Carolii 
(3, 4); Canterbury Club 



Sworthmore, Pa. 

irterly (4), Business Manager (4); GM.A B. 



Sixth Row: 

BULLUCK, EDGAR GLENN 

A,B, IN EDUCATION, Sigma Nu, Chapla 
(4); Scobbord and Blade; NROTC (1, 2 
Club. 

BURAN, NANCY LUCILE 

A B, IN EDUCATION Chi Omega. Rush Cha 



Rocky Mount 
Yaekety Yaek (4), Exchange Editor 
, 4), Quarterdeck Society; Saturday 

Asheville 

4); Y,W,C-A, (3, 4), 

Cohasset, Mass. 



BURLEY, HARRY BENJAMIN, III 

AS IN EDUCATION St. Anthony Hall; Glee Club (1, 2, 3), 

Seventh Row: 

BURNETTE, MARY GRADY Garner 

A B, IN JOURNALISM, Pi Beta Phi; Doily Tar Heel {3, 4), Advertising Staff (4); 
G,M,A,B, (4), Calendar Committee (4); Yaekety Yaek (3, 4), Sophomore Closs 
Co-Editor (4); YWCA. (3, 4); Orientation Committee (3); Women's Handbook 
Stoff (3); Saturday Club, 

BURRELL, JOSEPH WESLEY Washington, D. C. 

A,B, IN ENGLISH, NROTC (1, 2, 3); Semper Fidelis, Secretary (3); NROTC Drill 
Team !1, 2, 3); Young Democratic Club (4), 

BURROWS, DAVID JAMES Bay Shore, N. Y. 

A,B, IN ENGLISH, Pi Lambda Phi, Secretary; Debate Council (2, 3); Di Senate 
(1); Interfraternity Council (2); Student Legislature (1); Student Party (1, 2, 3); 
Young Democrats Club (1, 2, 3); Orientation Counselor (3); Debate Squad 
(1, 2, 3), 

Eighth Row: 

CALLAWAY, SIBBY GREER Pinehurst 

A B IN EDUCATION, Golf (4); Y,W,C,A. (3, 4), Hospital Committee; Canterbury 



CAMP, THOMAS HARLEY 

B,S, IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, 



Danville, Va. 



Football (1), Glee Club (3) 



CAPERTON, JAQUELINE CARY Charleston, W. Va. 

AS. IN ECONOMICS, Delta Delta Delto, President (4); Glee Club (3), University 
Porty (3); Women's Honor Council (4); Y.W,C.A, (3, 4); Instil ' ■ 

Relotions (4). 



of Hu 




First Row: 

CARLTON, ANNE RAWLINS 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Alph. 



North Wilkesboro 



^o Delto, Assistant Rush Chairman (4); WAA 
Representative (3); Canterbury Club (3, 4); Tarnation (4); University Club (4); 
Young Democratic Club, Secretary (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 



CARROLL, JESSE B., JR. 



Oxford 



A.B, IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Young Democratic 
Club (1): Y.M.CA. (1); Cardboard (1, 2, 3, 4); AFROTC (1, 2, 3, 4), Assistont 
PIO (4), Arnold Air Society, Dormitory Vice-President and Social Chairman (4). 

CARSWELL, JOHN W. Springlake 

B.S. IN GEOLOGY 

SENIORS 



Second Row; 

CARTER, HUGH WILLIAM, JR. 

BS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Koppa Sign 
3, 4V Sheiks (3, 4). 

CASHION, ROBERT THOMAS 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. 



Pinehurst 

University Party (1, 2, 



Cornelius 
Winston-Salem 



CHAPPLE, DEWEY WILMONT, JR. 

A B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Chi Psi, Treasurer, Pi Nu; Band (1, 2, 3, 4), Gymnastics 
(2, 3); Student Party (4); University Club (2); Y.M.CA. (1, 4). 

Third Row: 

CHARLES, WILLIAM CURTIS Rocky Mount 

B 5 IN GEOLOGY. Young Democratic Club. 



CHRISTIDES, STELIO G. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ECONOMICS. Chi Psi; Soc 

CHRISTOPHER, ARCHIE DONALD 



Helsinki, Finland 

3r; Cosmopolitan Club. 

Carrb'jro 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Psi, Vice-President (4) 
Boseboll (I, 2), Doily Tor Heel (1); Interdormitory Council (2), University 
Club (1, 2), Dormitory President (1, 2), AFROTC (I, 2, 3, 4), Special Services 
Otticer (4), Arnold Air Society (3, 4); Scabbard and Blade (3, 4). 

Fourth Row: 

CLAY, MARTHA ANNE 

IN ENGLISH Chi Omega, Pn 



(3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 

CLIFFORD, MAHLON JAMES 

B S. IN COMMERCE Y MCA. (1); Cardboard (4). 

COBB, SARA BORDEN 

A B. IN EDUCATION Chi Omece. 



Danville, Ky. 

.ident (4); G M.A.B. Calendar Committee 



Oxford 
Goldsboro 



Fifth Row: 

COCKE, MARY JANE Asheville 

A B. IN SOCIOLOGY Delta Delto Delta, Vice-President (4), Jane Croig Gray 
Award (3), Student Entertainment Committee (4), Orientation Committee (4) 
University Party (3, 4), Secretary (3, 4); Valkyries (3, 4), Secretary (4). 

Atlanta, Go. 



COHEN, JAY PHILLIP 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Zeto Beto Tou; Hillel Cabinet 
Y.M.C A. (1, 2, 3, 4). 



COLE, WILLIE ROBERT 



B.S. IN GEOLOGY Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Vice-P 

Y.M.CA., Folk Music Group Director, Planning Committee (2, 3) 

Sixth Row: 

COLEMAN, CATHERINE ROWLAND 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Delta Delta Delto, Rush Chairman (4); U 



Hendersonville 

dent (3). President (4); 



(3, 4), Ssnior Class So 



Cha 



Panhelle 



Asheville 

iity Party 
C.A (4) 

Raleigh 
Statesville 



COLEY, SILAS BODIE, JR. 

B S. IN ECONOMICS Chi Psi; NROTC (1, 2, 3, 4). 

COLLIER, ROBERT ALVIS, JR. 

A.B. IN LIBERAL ARTS Phi Delta Theto; Class President (2), Football (1 2) 
nterdormitory Council (1); Sheiks 13, 4), Student Government (1, 2); 13 Club 
, 2, 3, 4); University Party (1. 2); Young Democratic Club (4); Y.M.CA. 
(1.2, 3 ; Iredell-Corolina Club, Treosurer (1,2). 

Seventh Row: 

COMER, JOHN FITZGERALD Greensboro 

A B IN ENGLISH. Pi Kappa A'pha; Debate Council (3); G.M.A.B. (1); Tarnation 
(2, 3, 4), Features Editor (3, 4\' Orientation Counselor; Yackety Yack (4). 

COMER, ROBERT FRANKLIN Dobson 

A E IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. A'pho Sigma Sigma. 

CONGER, HARRIET GILLINGHAM Edenton 

A.E. IN EDUCATION Chi Omego; G.M.A.B. Calendar Committee. 

eighth Row: 

CONN, WILBER DANIEL Zebulon 

A B. IN EDUCATION Glee Club (2); Student Legislature, Ways and Means 
Committee (4): University Club (3); University Party (3, 4); Orientation 
Counselor (3). 

COOK, JAMES RHODES Griffin, Go. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 

COOK, OWEN WADDELL Fayetteville 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Beto Theto Pi, Recording Secretary (4), Social Chairman (4) 
YM.C.A. (I, 2, 3, 4); AFROTC; Arnold Air Society (3, 4); Scabbard and Blade 
(3, 4), Secretary (4). 




First Row: 

COOLEY, ARTHUR VINCENT 

B,S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Hendersonville 



Columbus, Go. 



COOPER, ANN B. 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Alpha Delta Pi; Y.W.C.A. (3); Westminster Fellowship 
(3, 4), Council (4); Orchestra (3). 



COOPER, EDNA EARLE 

A B, IN EDUCATION. Glee Club (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 



Cary 



Second Row: 

COOPER, MISHEW McNEILL Henderson 

A B, IN HISTORY. Chi Omega; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Panhellenic Representative (4). 

CORBETT, LUKE ROBINSON Pinehurst 

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



CORCORAN, RICHARD JOSEPH, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Beta Can 
Phi Eta Sigma. 



Durham 

Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; 



Third Row: 

CORRELL, JOE S. Winston-Salem 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Kappa Sigma; Scabbard and Blade; 
Golf (1, 2, 3, 4); Monogram Club (3, 4); Student Party; AFROTC. 



Carolina Beach 



COURIE, LOUIS FADUAL 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 



COWAN, JOHN ADRIAN 



Fourth Row: 

COWLES, SALLIE McRORIE Statesville 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi, Rush Chairman (4); Panhellenic Council (4); 
Student Council (4), Young Democrats Club (4); Y.W.C.A. {3, 4), Coffee Klatch 
(3), Cabinet (4), Hospital Committee Chairman (4); Commencement Marshal (3). 



COX, DONALD LEE 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. 

COZART, ULA HUBERT, III 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Zeta Psi; NROTC. 
Fifth Row: 

CRABTREE, WILLIAM GORDON 

B.S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Psi. 



Haw River 



CRANE, DONALD REYNOLDS, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Ga 
Track (4). 



Ponte Vedra Beach, Flo. 

la Delta; Cross Country (4); 



CRANE, DOUGLAS COLE Ponte Vedra Beach, Flo. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Gommo Delta; Cross Country (4) 
Track (3, 4). 

SENIORS 

Sixth Row: 

CRAVEN, BENNIE FRANKLIN, JR. Greensboro 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Band (1); Di Senate (1, 2, 3, 4); Student 
Legislature (4); Student Party (4). 



CREAKMAN, FRANCIS NELSON 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



CREWS, JOSEPH MARVIN 

A.B IN ECONOMICS. 



Mayodan 
Wilmington 



S3venth Row: 

CRISSMAN, DAVID NEAL Chapel Hill 

A.B, IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. WUNC. 

CRITCHER, JAMES EDWARD Oxford 

A.B IN JOURNALISM. 

CROOM, JACQUES HOWARD Fayetteville 

A.B, IN HISTORY, 
Eighth Row: 

CROW, IVEY GENE Charlotte 

B S, IN CHEMISTRY, Alpha Chi Sigma. 

CROWSON, CHRISTOPHER GALE Charlotte 

B.S. IN CHEMISTRY, Alpha Chi Sigma; Y,M,C,A. (2); NROTC. 

CRUMPLER, JULIA SUE Bluefield, W. Va. 

A B IN ART Alpha Delta Pi, Recording Secretary (4), 




First Row: 

CULBRETH. ARNOLD ARTHUR, JR. Greensboro 

A B IN RADIO TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Fencing (2); Y.M.C.A 
(1, 2); WUNC (2, 3, 4), Operations Manager (4); Soccer (3); AFROTC; Dormitory 
Secretary (2); Freshman Friendship Council (I). 

CULLIFER, JOSEPHINE ANN Murfreesboro 

A B IN MATHEMATICS. Delta Delta Delta; G MA B. (4), Dance Committe; 
(4); Y.W.C.A. (4); Cheerleader (4). 

CURTIS, JOHN RUSSELL Bessemer City 

A B IN HISTORY. Alpha Epsilon Delta; Amphoterothen; Men's Honor Council 
(summer) Phi Assembly (2, 3, 4), Speaker (4); Student Legislature (4); Student 
Party (3, 4)- Young Democratic Club (4), Orientotion Committee (4), Wesley 
Foundotion (I, 2, 3, 4); Legislature Floor-Leader from Student Party. 

SENIORS 

Second Row: 

DALTON, RUTH ANN Solent, Vo. 

A B IN ENGLISH. Daily Tor Heel (3); Young Democrotic Club (3, 4); West- 
minster Fellowship (3, 4); State Student Legisloture (3, 4); Student Entertain- 
ment Committee (4). 

DANHOFF, GRACE MARIE Lumberton 

A B IN EDUCATION Delta Delto Delto; Doily Tor Heel 14) 

DANNENBAUM, ROBERT, II Wilmington 

B S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Chi Psi; Monogram Club (2, 3, 4); Sound 
ond Fury (3); Swimming (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (3, 4). 

Third Row: 

DARDEN, CHARLES WILLIAM Goldsboro 

A B IN RADIO TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Wesley Foundation 
(I, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (3). 

Boynton Beach, Flo. 

Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 



DARLINGTON, FRANK PETER 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Corolino Quorterly (1) 
(3, 4); Future Teachers of Americo (4). 

OAUGHERTY, CULLEN BRYAN Kinston 

B.S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Band (2, 3, 4, Librarian (3); Young 
Democrats Club (3, -»), Y.M.C.A. (2), Dormitory Secretory-Treasurer (3). 

Fourth Row: 

DAUGHTRIDGE, GERALD ROUTH Rocky Mount 

BS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Beta Koppo; Phi Eto Sigma; Inter- 
dormitory Council (I, 2), Dormitory President (M; NROTC, Rifle Team (4). 

DAVIS, BARBARA BRYDSON Goldsboro 

A.B. IN EDUCATION Koppo Delta; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Future Teachers of 



DAVIS, CHARLES THOMAS, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Koppo PsI. 



Eureka 



Fifth Row: 

DAVIS, IRA LEWIS Bayonne, N. J. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Tou Epsilon Phi; Swimming (1); Young Democratic Club 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (I, 2, 3, 4); Intramural Official (2, 3, 4). 



DAVIS, PAUL CLIFTON 

B.S. IN DENTISTRY. Koppo Alpho. 

DAVIS, WILLIS WALTON 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpho Koppo Ps 
Sixth Row: 

DAYE, DENNIS EUGENE 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 

DEAL, CHARLES CARROLL 

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



DEARMAN, HENRY HURSELL 

B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpho Chi Sigma, Secretary (3, 4); Delta Phi Alph. 
Beto Kappa; Phi Eto Sigma; Phi Mu Epsilon; Dormitory Officer (3). 

Seventh Row: 

DeSAVIGNY, CHESTER BLAIR 

B 5 IN CHEMISTRY. Alpho Chi Sigma. 



Mebone 
Clinton 

Concord 
Chapel Hill 

Statesville 

Phi 



DEWING, DOUGLAS BLAIR 

B 5 IN PSYCHOLOGY. St. Anthony Holl; Gle 

DICKENS, WILLIAM PAUL 



Greenville 
Kittery, Maine 



Smithfield 

el (I); Fencing (1), 



Eighth Row: 

DICKMAN, CAROL BARNETT New York, N. Y. 

A.B IN HISTORY. Debate Council (3, 4), Executive Secretary (4). 

DICKSON, JOHN HINES Wilmington 

A.B IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Pi Koppo Alpha; 13 Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Yockety 

Yock (1), Assistant Fraternity Editor (1). 

DILLON, EDNA WHITE Etkin 





First Row: 

DIXON, CORNELIA BALDWIN Alexondria, Va. 

A.B, IN ENGLISH. Koppa Alpha Theta; Student Party (3); Y.W.C A (3 4) 
Stroy Greeks (3, 4); Dormitory House Council (4). 

DIXON, ROBERTA HARVEY Raleigh 

A B. IN MUSIC. Kappa Delta, Music Chairman (4), Glee Club (3, 4), Librarian 

(3), President (4); Playmakers (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), Hospitol Committee (3), 
Service Committee (4); Canterbury Club (3, 4). 

DIXON, SIDNEY STERN, JR. Wilson 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY, Sigma Nu. 

Second Row: 

DOAK, ELLEN THERESE Chapel Hill 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Alpha Gamma Delta; Y.W.C.A. (2); Town Girls Associa- 
tion {?., 3); Canterbury Club (2). 



Mount Airy 



DOGGETT, BENNIE SUE 

A B. IN GERMAN. Y.W.C.A. (3); Dormitory Treasurer (3, 

DON NELL, SAM HOWE, JR. Goldsboro 

A.B. IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Kappa Sigma; Y M C A 
University Party; WUNC. 

Third Row: 

DOOLAN, EDWARD ELOY Savannah, Ga. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Sigma; NROTC. 



DUNHAM, RUFUS SHELDON, JR. 

A B. IN ENGLISH. Phi Eta Sigma. 



Cory 

DUNN, CHARLES JEROME, JR. Ahoskie 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Band (I); Daily Tor Heel (1, 4); Interdormitory 
Council, Vice-President (3), Track (1); Dormitory Secretory-Treasurer (1), 
President (4). 

Fourth Row: 

DUNN, JAMES ALEXANDER CLARKE Charleston, S. C. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Carolina Quarterly, Book Editor (2), Editor (3); Daily Tar Heel, 

Associate Editor (3, 4); Publications Union Board (3); The Corn Cobb, Editor (2). 

New Bern 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Chi Omega; Junior Class Social Chairman (3); University 
Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (4); Canterbury Club (3, 4); Altar Guild (4). 

DURHAM, JAMES ELWOOD, JR. Durham 



Fifth Row: 

DURHAM, TAYLOR ROGERS, II Charles Town, W. Va. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Phi Delta Theta; Daily Tor Heel (2); Playmakers (2, 4); 



DUNN, MARY WINDLEY 



versity Party (2); NROTC. 

DURNING, ELIZABETH BLYNN 



DUVAL, LOUIS DANIEL, JR. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Student Party (3, 4). 
Sixth Row: 

EDGERTON, JOHN ALLEN 



EDGERTON, SARAH ELIZABETH 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Omega; Y.W.C.A. (4); Polls Con 
Democratic Club (4); Yack Beauty Court (4). 



Louisville, Ky. 



Kenly 



Goldsboro 

littee (4); Young 



EDWARDS, JANE ANNE Springfield, Ohio 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Pi Beta Phi, Corresponding Secretary (3), Music Chairmen 
(3, 4), Vice-President (4); Daily Tar Heel (2); Sound and Fury (3, 4); Student 
Council (4); Student Legislature (2, 3); University Party (2); Y.W.C.A. (2, 3, 4); 
Yack Beauty Court (3). 

SENIORS 



Seventh Row: 

EDWARDS, MARY ANN 

A B IN SOCIOLOGY Koppa Koppo Gommo. 

EFIRD, CLAUD LEE, JR. 

DS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Gon 

ELDER, WILLIAM HARRISON 



Raleigh 
Wilmington 



Siler City 

Student Legislature 



Eighth Row: 

ELDRIDGE, CHARLES PATTERSON, JR. Raleigh 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Beta Koppa; Zeto Psi, President (4), Gorgon's Head 

(3, 4); Inferfroternity Council (3, 4); Minotours (2, 3, 4); Swimming (1). 



ELLINWOOD, EVERETT HEWS 

B S. IN MEDICINE. 



ELLIOTT, SAMUEL HOLMES 

A B IN SPANISH. Y.M.C.A. (3, 4); Spanish Club (3, 4). 



Greensboro 
Elizabeth City 




First Row: 

ELLIS, JAMES MILTON Tarboro 

A B IN PRE-LAW. Di Senate. 

EPLEY, CHARLES WHITMIRE Asheville 

B 5, IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

EPSTEIN, MICHAEL SHERMAN Middletown, Conn. 

B.S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Zeto Beto Tou; Hillel Cabinet (3, 4); 
Recreation Co-ordinoting Council Chairman; Orientation (3). 

Second Row: 

EPTING, RONALD VIRGIL 

BS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



ERVIN, LAURA POWE 

AS. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Chi Omega; 
University Party, GM.A.B., Polls Co 
Court (3V 

EVERSMAN, ANNE SIMCOX 

A B. IN MUSIC. Alpha Gamma Delta; Glee Club (1,2, 3, 4). 
Third Row: 

PAGAN, JIMMIE CLIFFORD 

B 5. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

FARMER, JOHN IRA 

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



Charlotte 

Morganton 

Y.W.C.A.; 
ack Beauty 

Flat Rock 

Asheville 
Salisbury 



FARNUM, EDITH BRINGHURST 

A B IN BOTANY Kappa Delta; Carolii 

bury Club [3, 4) 



Ardmore, Pa. 

arterly (4); Y.W.C.A. (4); Canter- 



SENIORS 

Fourth Row: 

FARRELL, W. HAL, JR. Graham 

B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Sigma. 

FARROW, JACQUELINE JOY Waves 

A B. IN EDUCATION. Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), Dormitory Vespers Chairman; Future 
Teachers of America 14); Wesley Foundation (3, 4), Council (4); Cosmopolitan 
Club (3, 4); Cardboard (3, 4). 

FERGUSON, THOMAS HARRY Sylva 

B S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS Phi Delta Theta. 

Fifth Row: 

FERGUSON, WILLIAM CLAY Asheville 

A B IN ENGLISH Track (4). 

FINK, SUSAN BOLES Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Beta Kappo; Sophomore Class Sociol Chairman (2); Di 
Senate (2, 3, 4); G.M.A.B. Secretary (3); Order of the Old Well (3, 4), Secretary 
(4); Dormitory Vice-President (4), Consolidated University Student Council (4); 
State Student Legislature (2, 3, 4), Carolina Handbook (1, 2); Student Directory 
Editor (2); All Campus Conference, Co-Chairman (3); Student Legislature (3, 4); 
Student Party (2, 3, 4), Secretary, Sergeant-ot-Arms; Valkyries (3, 4), President 
(4); Y.M.C.A. |1, 2), Secretary (2); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), Graham Memorial Board of 
Directors (4); Women's Residence Council, Chairman (4); Human Relations 
Institute (4); Town Girls Association (1); Independent Women's Council (1). 

FITZGIBBON, ANNE MACKIE Chapel Hill 

A B. IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Chi Omega; Phi Beta 

Kappa; Carolina Political Union (2); Glee Club (1, 2), Publicity Manager (2); 
Playmakers (3, 4), Mask Award (4), Student Party (1, 2), Secretary (2), Young 
Democratic Club (1, 2), Executive Committee (2); Town Girls Association (1, 2), 

eption Committee (2); 



Sixth Row: 

FLEISHMAN, HERMAN SENDER 

B S IN FINANCE Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Lambda Phi, Tn 

II) 

FLEMING, ROBERT EUGENE, JR. 

B.S. IN GEOLOGY 



Fayetteville 

jrer (4); Hillel Cabinet 



Bluefield, W. Va. 



FLESHMAN, BARBARA LEIGH 

A B IN SOCIOLOGY Pi Beta Phi; Debate Council {3, 4); Di Senate (4); Glee 
Club (3); Ploymakers (4); Student Government, Executive Secretory (3); Univer- 
sity Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (4). 

Seventh Row: 

FLOYD, ELIZABETH YORK Raleigh 

A.B. IN EDUCATION Kappa Delto, Secretary (4); Daily Tor Heel (3); Yackety 
Yack (3), Y.W.C A. (3, 4), Vespers Committee; Modern Dance Club (4). 



FOGLEMAN, HOWARD S., JR. 

GS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Alpha 
fraternity Council (4), Student Legislature (1, 2); ' 
Counselor (2, 3, 4); Freshman Advisory Council (1). 

FOLGER, SARA ALICE Milledgeville, Go. 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Glee Club (3); Student Party (3, 4); Valkyries (3, 4); 
Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), President (4); Westminster Fellowship (3, 4). 

Eighth Row: 

FONVILLE, ROBERT HARRELL, JR. 

BS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Delta Sign 

FOOTE, JOHN ERNEST, JR. 

B S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Conferbury Club 

FOUSHEE, CECIL SHELTON 

B.S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi. 



Burlington 



Burlington 

Chaplain {3, 4) 




First Row: 

FOWLER, BETSY BLANCHE 

A,B. IN EDUCATION. Town Girls Associatiori (2, 3, 4 
America (4); Wesley Foundation (4); Independent Wome 

FOWLER, DON EUGENE 

A,B IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. 



Chapel Hill 

e Teachers of 
icil (4). 

Waynesville 



FOWLER, DONALD OWEN 



Winston-Solem 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Phi Eto Sigmo; AFROTC Band (1, 2); Grail (2, 3, 4); 
Interdormitory Council (2); Order of the Old Well (3, 4); Student Government 
(1, 2, 3, 4), Treasurer (3), President (4); Student Legislature (1, 2); Young 
Democratic Club (2, 3, 4); Graham Memorial Board of Directors (3, 4), Chair- 
man (4); Dormitory President; Consolidated Student Council; Dance Com- 
mittee; Athletic Council; Alumni Association Committee. 

Second Row: 

FOX, FRANK LEE 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Young Democratic Club (4); Y.M.C.A. (I, 2, 3, 4). 



Siler City 



FRALEY, FRED AUSTIN 

A B. IN ECONOMICS. Phi Beta Keppo. 

FREEMAN, SUSAN ELIZABETH 



Chapel Hill 



Student Porty 13); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Stray 



Third Row: 

FRUCCI, RICHARD LAWRENCE 



Santo Ana, Calif. 



Salisbury 

Pi, House Manager (2), 
, 3, 4), Group Sergeant 
nant Colonel (4); Arnold 
nd Blade (3, 4); Orienta- 



FRYAR, DONALD FREDRICK 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigmt 
Secretary (3), Social Chairman (4); AFROTC (1, 
Moior (3), Wing Executive Officer (4), Cadet Lieut 
Air Society (3, 4*, Operations Officer (4), Scabbard 
tion Counselor (4). 

FULLER, ROBIN McREA Raleigh 

A.B. IN PHILOSOPHY. Glee Club (3); G.M.A.B. Music Committee; Tarnation (4); 
Y.W.C.A.; Dormitory House Council (4); Hockey Club (3, 4); W.A.A. Representa- 
tive (3, 4), Swimming Chairman (3, 4); Splash Club (3, 4). 

Fourth Row: 

GALARDE, JOHN LEON Charlotte 

A.B, IN PCLITICAL SCIENCE 



GARREN, DON HARVEY 

A.B. IN ENGLISH Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

GARRETT ALBERT EARLE, III 



Hendersonville 



Donville, Vo. 

(3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2); Navy 



Fifth Row: 

GARVEY, ELIZABETH POST Dougloston, N. Y. 

A.B. IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES, Pi Beta Phi; Dance 

Committee (3); Yockety Yack (3); YW.C.A. (3, 4), Office Staff, Canterbury 
Club (3, 4); Orientation Advisor (4). 



GENTRY, JOHN HORACE 

A B. IN EDUCATION 

GEORGE, BETTY CECIL 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Chi Omega; 

Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Splash Club (3, 4), 

Sixth Row: 

GIBSON, CALVIN BROOKS 

A.B IN ENGLISH 

GIBSON, WALTER IRVING, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

GILES, WILLIAM FRANK 



Reidsville 



Asheville 

Sound and Fury (3); University Party; 



Perth Amboy, N. J. 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Theta Chi, Social Chairman (3, 4); Football (1, 2); Inter- 
fraternity Council (2, 3, 4), Publicity Chairman (4); University Club (4); 
AFROTC (1, 2). 

SENIORS 

Seventh Row: 

GILLIS, HAROLD LEON Roeford 

B S IN COMMERCE 

GINN, WILLIAM M. 

B S IN MEDICINE. Phi Beta Kappa; Monogr. 

GLASS, DAVID BENNETT Roleigh 

A.B. IN HISTORY. HiTel Cabinet (1, 2, 3, 4), Religious Chairman (2); Phi 
Assembly (2, 3, 4); Wrestling; Young Democratic Club {2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. 
(1, 2. 3, 4.1. 

Eighth Row: 

GLOVER, HELEN SYLVIA Albany, Go. 

B.S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Dormitory Treasurer (4). 

GOLDBURG, JAY BERNARD Augusta, Go. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Zeto Beta Tau; Semper Fidelis, Vice-President (4); Monogram 
Club (3, 41; Hillel Cabinet (3, 4); Audit Boord, Secretary (3); NROTC, Rifle 
Team (1, 2), Drill Team (I, 2, 3, 4); Orientation Counselor (2); Soccer (3, 4). 



Goldsboro 

Club (2); Wrestling (1, 2). 



GOLDSTEIN, GILDA 



Miami Beach, Flo. 

Relation; Cosmopolitan 




First Row: 

GOODE, G. BROWNE, JR. 

\B IN ENGLISH Student Par' 



Hickory 



GOODMAN, ELSIE JACQUELINE Norfolk, Vo. 

A B IN ENGLISH. Delta Delto Delta; Daily Tar Heel (3, 4), News Editor (4). 

GOODMAN, PHILIP IVES New Orleans, La. 

A.B, IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Zeto Beta Tau; Produc- 
tion Manager for WUNC; NROTC, Rifle and Pistol Teom, Amateur Radio Club. 

Second Row; 

GORDON, ALBERT CLAUDE Greensboro 

A.B. IN DRAMA. Playmakers. 

GORDON, BARCLAY FITZHUGH Huntington, N. Y. 

A B IN ENGLISH. Playmakers (1, 3); Canterbury Club; Tennis (1, 2). 



GORDON, FRED E. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Swimn' 
Third Row: 

GORMAN, VETA EPPS 

A B IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. 

GOULD, MARY FAITHFUL 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Alpha Gommo 

GRAHAM, GRACE ELIZABETH 



Fourth Row: 

GRAHAM, PATSY MARIE 



Greensboro 

ling (1); Young Democratic Club (2, 3, 4). 



Southern Pines 



Youngitown, Ohio 
Delta; Band (3); Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4). 



Quebec, Canada 



GRAHAM, RAYMOND LEE, JR. Lincolnton 

B.S. IN PHYSICS. Band (1,3, 4), Business Manager (4); Baptist Student Union 
(I, 2, 3, 4); AFROTC (1, 2, 3, 4); Physics Club (3, 4), President (4); Chapel Hill 
Astronomy Club (3, 4). 



GRANT, FREEMAN AUGUSTUS, JR. 



Bethesdo, Md. 



Fifth Row: 

GRAY, VIRGINIA PEYTON Rocky Mount 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Pi Beto Phi; Daily Tor Heel (3); G.M.A.B. Polls Committee 
(3), Young Democratic Club (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Canterbury Club. 



GRAYSON, J. GLENN 

A B IN HISTORY. Young Democratic Club (2, 3). 



GREEN, ROBERT HENRY 



Sixth Row: 

GREEN, ROBERT LORENZA 

B S. IN MEDICINE. Phi Eta Sigma; Theta Chi. 



Shelby 



West Palm Beach, Flo. 



Salisbury 



GREENE, SYLVIA MYRTLE Coral Gables, Flo. 

A.B. IN FRENCH. Delta Delta Delta; G.M.A.B. Recreation Committee Chair- 
man (4|, Interdormitory Council, Hall Council (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 

GREENE, WALTER HILLIARD, JR. Zebulon 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Bosketball (3, 4), Monogram Club (3, 4); Track (3, 4). 



SENIORS 



Seventh Row: 

GREER, JOHN WALTER 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



GREGORY, TOY RHEA, JR. 

A B. IN LAW. Sigma Chi; )3 Club (3, 4). 



Las Vegos, Nev. 



GREMMELS, JULIE L. Lynchburg, Va. 

A B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Alpha Omicron Pi; Student Party (3); Stray Greeks. 

Eighth Row: 

GRIGGS, DELMAS DAVID Wadeiboro 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

GUSTAFSON, BRUCE ALBERT Washington, D. C. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Kappa Epsilon; Monogram Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Tennis 
(1, 2, 3, 4); NROTC Battalion Executive Officer. 



GUTHERY, NANCY ALLEN 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 



Chapel Hill 



First Row: 

GUTHRIE, GEORGE WALKER Graham 

B,5, IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Young Democratic Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 



GUTIERREZ, JOSEPH A. 

as. IN GEOLOGY. 

HACKLER, ROBERT HARDIN 

AS. IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Gamma Delto; Tarnation (1); InT' 
Board. 



Chapel Hill 



Washington 

Tiurol Athletic 



Second Row: 

HACKNEY, RUFUS RUDOLPH, JR. Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Chi Phi; Dormitory Vice-President (1); Track 
(1, 2, 4), University Club (2). 



HALEY, JOAN LOUDON 



Stony Brook, N. Y. 

Club (4); Hockey Club (3, 4); 



HALL, JULIA PERRY 

A.B. IN ENGLISH EDUCATION. Pi Beto Phi; Y.W.C.A. (4). 



Third Row: 

HALL, MITZIE 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Gon 
makers (3). 

HALLETT, JOHN DAVIES 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Delta, Treasurer (4); Play- 



Lake Wales, Fla. 



HAMMOND, LARRY WAYNE Hamlet 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Gymnastics (2). 

Fourth Row: 

HARDESTY, JOHN SIDNEY Rocky Mount 

B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Footboll (1); Wrestling (1). 

HARDING, SAMUEL T. West Seneca, N. Y. 

B.S. IN GEOLOGY. Phi Koppo Sigma; Sound and Fury (3). 

HARGRAVE, CHARLES CLEMENT Lexington 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Delta Thcto; Sheiks (2, 3, 4); Univer- 
sity Club (4). 

SENIORS 

Fifth Row: 

HARPER, JAMES ROBINSON Snow Hill 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Nu, Vice-President (4), President 
(3); Daily Tar Heel, Advertising Staff (1); Dance Committee (2); German Club 
Executive (2); Interfraternity Council (3); Tarnation, Advertising Staff (1). 



HARRELL, WADE WHITLEY 



Margarita, Canal Zone 



HARRINGTON, MARGARET VISTA Taylorsville 

B.S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. Glee Club (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 



Sixth Row: 

HARRIS, EDWARD FLYNN 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Pi Kappa Alpha; Dance Co 

HARRIS, WILMER LONG 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi. 
HARRISON, JAMES BURWELL, JR. 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. 



iiffee (2). 
Roanoke Rapids 



Seventh Row: 

HART, JESSINE BROOKS 



Goldsboro 

Dtic Club (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), 



HART, RICHARD BANNER Winston-Salem 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Phi Kappa Sigma; 13 Club (4). 



HASTINGS, CHARLES BEESE 



Burlington 



Eighth Row: 

HAYES, MARY SUSAN 

A.B. IN EDUCATION, Sound and Fury (4); Tennis Club (3); Urn 



Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), Girl Scout Co 



Raleigh 

ty Club (4); 
ttee Chairman {4); Orientation Counselor (4). 



HAYES, WILLIAM NEIL Charlotte 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Glee Club (3); Sound and Fury (3); Y.M.C.A. (3, 4). 



HAYMAKER, JAMES MILLIGAN 

A.B. IN ART. 




First Row: 

HAYNES, JASPER EARLE, JR. Salisbury 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigmo Pi; Glee Club (3). 

HAYWOOD, EARL LELAND Mount Gilead 

BS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Di Senate (4); Glee Club (2), Young 
Repubhcans Club (3, 4). 

HAYWOOD, RICHARD HUNTER Monroe 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Koppo Psi; Beta Gamma Sigma, 
President (4); Phi Beto Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Interdormitory Council (2, 3), 
Secretary (3); AFROTC (1, 2), Drill Team (1, 2); Accounting Faculty Scholar- 
ship (4). 



SENIORS 



Second Row; 

HEADEN, ROBERT SPEIR 

AS. IN ECONOMICS Koppo Alpha; Sheiks; University CI 

HEDRICK, SARAH MARILYN 

A.B IN JOURNALISM. Alpha Delta Pi. 

HENDERSON, HAL HILL 

A.B IN ZOOLOGY Pi Kappo Phi; Doily Tor Heel (2, 

Council (2, 3), Secretary (3); Playmakers (4); Y.M.C.A.-Y.W.C.A. 

Europe (4): Yockety Yock (4); Y.M.C.A. (2, 3, 4); Astronomy Club (3, 4); 

AFROTC Drill Squad (3); Westminster Fellowship (3, 4); WUNC (4); Saturday 

Club. 

Third Row: 

HENDERSON, WILLIAM RAY 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

HENLEY, RANDALL BOYDEN 

BS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Theto Chi; Doily To 
tion (1,3, 4): Yockety Yock (1, 2, 3, 4); Saturday Club. 

HENSEL, RICHARD DAVIDSON 

B.S. IN BUSIN£SS ADMINISTRATION. Sigmo Chi, Treasur 
German Club Executive (2, 3); NROTC 

Fourth Row: 

HERBERT, ROGER GORDON 

A.B. IN PRE-MEDICINE. Chi Phi; 
Track (1). 

HERRING, BILLY HARVEY 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpho Phi Omego; Y.M.C.A. (1). 



Siler City 
Lenoir 



Both, S. C. 

4},;^ Interdormitory 



Stony Point 

High Point 

Heel (3, 4); Torno- 

Winson-Salem 

r (3), President ri); 



Portsmouth, Ohio 

3te (1); Interfraternity Council (2); 



Spring Lake 
Rose Hill 

Reidsville 

3, 4), President (4); Cross Country 
(2, 3); Di Senate (2, 3, 4), Sergeant-at-Arms (4); G.M.A.B , Display Choirmon 
(1, 2); Gymnastics (2), Men's Honor Council (I); Monogram Club (2, 3, 4), 
Publicity Chairman (3); Order of the Old Well (3, 4); Student Council (3); 
Swimming (1); Track (1, 2, 3); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Wesley Foundation 
(1, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (4); Orientation Counselor (2, 3, 4); State Student 
Legislature (3; Commencement Marshal; Honor System Improvement Com- 
mittee, Chairman (3); Dukethon (3). 



HERRING, VIRGINIA ANN 

A.B, IN EDUCATION 

Fifth Row: 

HESTER, HUGH SCOTT 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Band (1 



HIGGINS, ROBERT NASH 



HIGHT, WALTER ED, JR. 

B.S. IN NATURAL SCIENCES. 

Sixth Row: 

HILL, ELLIOTT McNEAL 

A.B IN ENGLISH 

HILL, JAMES ALLEN, JR. 

A B. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Go 
University Club (3); Soccer Manager (3) 



HILLS, FRANCIS ALLAN 

B.S. IN GEOLOGY Sigmo Gon 



Tampa, Fla. 

am Club (1, 2, 



Raleigh 

Monogram Club (3); 

Roanoke Rapids 



Epsilon; Fencing (1, 2). 



Seventh Row: 

HINSHAW, ROBERT CAROL 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Interdo 
Y.M.C.A (1, 2, 3, 4). 



Liberty 

:il (I, 21; Yockety Yock :2), 



Lorchmont, N. Y. 



HIRT, SANDRA DIANE 

A.B IN ART Gommo Phi Beto; Dance Committee (3, 4); Sound and Fury (4), 
Tornotion (4), University Party (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Stray Greeks (3, 4). 



HOBBS, HARRY M., JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 
Eighth Row: 

HOBBY, JO ANNE 



Club (3, 4); Playmaker 



Chapel Hill 



Greensboro 

(3, 4); Sound and Fury (3, 4); 



HOFFLER, GEORGE WYCKLIFFE 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Gee Club (2, 3, 4). 

HOFFMAN, DUKE A., JR. 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Student Legislotur< 
Democratic Club (1); Dormitory Officer (1). 



Sunbury 



Salisbury 

(1); University Party (1); Young 




Raleigh 

Pi; Y.M.C.A. (2, 3, 4); 



First Row: 

HOLLAND, PERRY GRIFFITH 

B.5. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta 
Dormitory Manager (4). 

HOLLIS, NAOMI SHIRLEY Charlotte 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. G.M.A.B., Dance Committee (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), Cabinet 
Member (4); Dormitory Social Chairman (4); Independent Women's Association 
(4); Dormitory House Council (4); Future Teachers of America (3, 4). 



HOLLOWAY, GEORGE BERNARD 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Dormitory President (4); In 

Second Row: 

HOLMES, ALICE ELIZABETH WOOTEN 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY Alpha Delta Pi, Social Chair 



Choppaquo, N. Y. 

iitory Council (4). 



Mount Olive 

on (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 



HOLMES, LEE BOURNE 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Siqmo Nu 
(2, 3, 4), Treasurer (3); Swirr 
Semper Fidelis Society (2, 3 
Society (3, 4). 

HOLT, ANNE TRISTRAM 

A.B. IN FRENCH. De'to Delta Delta, Social Chairma 
Cub (3, 4), Vice-President (4); G.M.A.B. {4); Chairmai 
(4); University Club (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), Cabinet (4), 



Third Row: 

HOLT, BESSIE 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi; 
Teachers of America (4). 



Chapel Hill 

Secretary (3, 4); G.M.A.B (1); Monogram Club 
ning (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); NROTC; 
4); Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); Quarter Deck 



Ridgewood, N. J. 
1 (4); Pi Dclto Phi; Glee 
of Reception Committee 



Erv 



Yackety Yack (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. {3, 4); Futuri 



HOMESLEY, TROY CLIFTON, JR. Cherryville 



HONEYCUTT, JACK WESLEY Stony Point 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 
Fourth Row: 

HOOPER, DAVID ALEXANDER Reidsville 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 

HOOVER, MARY ANN Concord 

A.B. IN HISTORY. G.M.A.B. (3), Dance Committee (3), Music Committee (3); 
Sound and Fury (3, 4); Student Party (3, 4); Independent Women's Council 
(4); Dormitory President (4); Westminster Fellowship (3, 4), Vice-President (4); 
Women's Residence Council (3, 4). 



HORNER, WILLIAM HADLEY, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma 
mural Manager (4); Interdormitory Council (1); Swir 
3); Dormitory President (1). 

Fifth Row: 

HOULDER, MONTAGUE STUART, JR. 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. 

HOUSE, PATRICIA LOUISE 

A.B, IN EDUCATION. 
Y.WC.A. (3, 4), Futuri 



Burlington 

Secretary (3, 4), Intro- 
ling (1); Y.M.C.A. (I, 2, 



Raleigh 



HOWARD, JAMES THOMAS 



Roanoke Rapids 

;iee Club (3, 4), Treasurer (4), 
(3, 4). 

Charlotte 



SENIORS 



Sixth Row: 

HOWIE, JANE NELSON Charlotte 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Delta Delta Delta, Marshal (4); Glee Club (3, 4); G.M.A.B. 
(3, 4), Reception Committee (4); Student Council (3, 4), Clerk (4); Y.W.C.A. 
(3, 4), Cabinet (4). 



HOYLE, KENNETH BAXTER 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 

HOYT, JOHN KEAIS 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Go 

Seventh Row: 

HUNSUCKER, JOHN ELTON 



HUNT, JOHN THOMAS 



Lincolnton 



Washington 



Durham 

olina Quarterly (3); 

HUNTER, BLAKE CARLYLE, JR. Charlotte 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Sigma Epsilon Xi; Sound and Fury (3, 4); Student Party 
/ (3, 4); University Club (3); Yackety Yack (3, 4), Managing Editor (3); Activities 
Editor (4); Cordboord (2); Orientation Counselor (3); Saturday Club. 

Eighth Row: 

HUNTER, STELLA JOYCE 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Dormitory Ex 



Savannah, Go. 

Council (4); Baptist Student Union, 



HUNTINGTON, DONALD ELLIS, JR. Spartanburg, S. C. 

A.B. IN NATURAL SCIENCES. Chi Psi; Interfraternity Council (3); Men's Coun- 
■ ■" ■ ' ■ , Swimming (1); NROTC; Scabbard and 

HUTCHINSON, CAROLYN GAYLE North Wilkesboro 

A B. IN EDUCATION. 




First Row: 

ISENHOUR, WILLIAM JACOB Hickory 

A B IN JOURNALISM. Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary, Press Club, Vice-President 

JACKSON, RICHARD BRINKLEY Jacksonville 

B.5. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Pi Kappa Phi; Tennis (I) 



JAMES, DERLIE DEANE 



Second Row: 

JAYNE, NANCY 

A,B. IN EDUCATION, Delta Delto Delta; Y WC.A. (3, 4). 

JEFFERIES, EDWARD SHAIN, JR. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Phi Gamm 
Interfraternity Council (4). 

JELKS, RETTA FANNIN 

A.B, IN FRENCH. 



Roanoke Rapids 

:il (3): Y.W.C A 

Orlando, Fia. 

Washington 

Delta, Recording Secretary (3), President (4), 

Savannah, Go, 



SENIORS 



Third Row: 

JENKINS, FRANCES LORENA Kannapolis 

B.S. IN CHEMISTRY Westminster Fellowship (3, 4). 

JOHNSON, JAMES PAUL, JR. Silver Spring, Md. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpho Tou Omega; Track (1, 2). 



JOHNSON, JOSEPH WILLIAM 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Kappa Phi, Officer 
(1, 2, 3, 4), Football (1, 2); Interfraternity Council (2); Monog 
>oung Democrats Club (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Transportat 

Fourth Row: 

JOHNSON, PHIL BLAIR 

A.B. IN HISTORY Alpho Tou Omego. 



Lillington 

(3, 4), Baseball 
Club (3, 41; 
1 Club (3, 4). 



Raleigh 



JOHNSTON, ANN THORNE 



Charlotte 

ekety Yock (3), Y WC.A. 



Fayetteville 



JOHNSTON, ELIZABETH FISHER 

AS. IN EDUCATION. 
Fifth Row: 

JOHNSTON, VIRGINIA GREY Charlotte 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. De'to Delta Delto; G.M.A.B., Receotion Committee (4) 

Yockety Yock (3); Y.W.C. A., Hospital Committee (3, 4); Orientation Advisor 
(4). 

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM GLADSTONE, JR. Fayetteville 

A.B IN SCIENCE EDUCATION. 

JOHNSTONE, JOHN KNOX Mocksville 

BS IN BANKING AND FINANCE. Pi Koppo Phi. 
Sixth Row: 

JONAS, ERIC ANDREW Chorlotte 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Phi Beta Koppo; Phi Eto Sigmo; Sigma Chi; Di Senate (1) 

Golf (t); Arnold Air Society (3, 4), Scobbord and Blade (3 4) Orientatior^ 
Counselor (3, 4); Traffic Committee (4). 

JONES, NORMAN JACKSON Oxford 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Young Democratic Club (4) YMCA 
(4); NROTC; Intramural Manager (3, 4). --via.. a 

JORDAN, KENNETH HAROLD Tobor City 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Ploymakers (3, 4); Young Democratic Club (3 4)' Stu- 
dent Party 12, 3, 4); Canterbury Club (2, 3, 4). ' 

Seventh Row; 

JORDAN, MARY CLEMENT Fayetteville 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Chi Omego; YocVety Yack (3); Y.W.C. A. (3 4) Hospital 
Committee (3), Membershn Council Chairman (4) Orientation Counselor (4)- 
Altar Guild (3, 4); Sigmo Chi Sweetheart Court (3). 

JOYCE, ROBERT THEODORE 

B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Alpho Koppo Psi- Beto Go 
Phi Eeto Koppo. 

JOYNER, GEORGE EDGAR Rocky Mount 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Lambda Chi Alpho; Cross Country (2 3 
4); Morrogram Club (3, 4); Track (3, 4); University Party (2 3 4) Y M C a' 
(2, 3): Traffic Club (3, 4); AFROTC (1, 2, 3). v i . . ^1. t.m.l.a. 

Eighth Row: 

JOYNER, WILLIAM HENRY, JR. Summit, N. J. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Phi Delto Thcto; Glee Club (1); Lacrosse (2 3 4)' Mono- 

nrnm ri..K 10 t ,1 \ . sheiks (1, 2, 3, 4). ' ' 



Mayodan 

imo Sigmo; 



Club (2, 3, 



JUNKER, FRANKIE MARIE 

A.B. IN SOCIAL STUDIES. Alpha C 
Council (4), Y.W.C. A. (3, 4). 

KASSER, VICTOR I. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Zeto Beta Tou; Tennis (2 ' 
AFROTC (2, 3), Color Guard (3); Hillel (I, 2, 3, 4).~ 



Delto; G.M.A.B. (3), 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

4); University Party (2); 





first Row: 

KATZENSTEIN, CHARLES JACKSON, JR. New York, N. Y. 

A.B, IN ECONOMICS. Alpho Phi Omega, Vice-President (1), President (2), Pledge 
Father (3); Delta Phi Alpha; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Alpha Ph' 
Zeta Beta Tau; Debate Squad (3, 4); Men's Honor Council (3, 4), Clerk {4 
Order of the Old Well (3, 4), Vice-President (4); Phi Assembly (3, 4), Critic (3 
Student Party (1, 2, 3, 4), 5ergeant-at-Arms; Orientation Counselor (3, 4 
NROTC (1, 2, 3, 4), Battalion Supply Officer (4); Committee for Honor System 
Improvement (3); Amphoterothen (4); Bipartison Selections Board (3). 



KEEL, CLAYTON RAY 

B.S, IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Koppo Psi. 

KEEL, MARDRE EDWIN 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Everetti 
Ki niton 



Second Row: 

KEIGER, ROBERT KASON Winiton-Salem 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Glee Club (1); Track (1, 2); Student Audit 
Board Chairman (4); Budget Committee (4). 

KEIL, MARILYN ANN Richmond, Vo. 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Kappa Delta; Glee Club (3, 4); Ploymokers (3), Y.W.C.A. 
(3, 4). 

KELLER, KENNETH K. Solina, Po. 

A.B. IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Football (I, 2, 3, 4); Monogram Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 



Third Row: 

KELLY, ROBERT WAYNE 

A.B IN ECONOMICS. 



Wintton-Solem 



KEMP, THOMAS DUPRE, III Charlotte 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Glee Club (3); Interdormitory Council (3 4), Secretary; 
Student Legislature (4); Student Party (3); Y.M.C.A. (2). 

KERR, ROBERT SNEED Roxboro 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta SIgmo PI; Y.M.C.A. (2). 



Fourth Row: 

KILGORE, BETTY RHODES 



Raleigh 

ling (3, 4); Young Democratic Club (3, 4); 



KIMZEY, ROBERT TABOR Brevard 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Sigmo Nu, Treasurer (4); Interfraternity Council (2, 3); 
Young Democratic Club (2); Y.M.C.A. (1); Bosketboll (1); Student Council (3, 4). 

KING, CAROL JEAN Clinton 

B.S. IN SCIENCE TEACHING. Baptist Student Union (3, 4), Literary Chairman 
(3), Devotional Chairman (4). 

Fifth Row: 

KING, MABEL GRAY Nashville 

A.B, IN EDUCATION. Y.W.C.A. (3). 

KING, RICHARD MAURICE, JR. Wilmington 

B S. IN MATHEMATICS. Eto Kappo Nu; Phi Eta Sigma. 

KING, WILLIAM RAYMOND, JR. Foyetteville 

B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa PsI. 

Sixth Row: 

KIRK, EDWARD FISHER Dallas, Texas 

BS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Phi Omega; Phi Beta Kappo; 

Young Democratic Club (3, 4). 

KIRKSEY, ROBERT LEE Morganton 

B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

KISSIAH, ADAM MARK, JR. Charlotte 

B.S. IN PHYSICS. Physics Club. 



SENIORS 



Seventh Row: 

KLENKE, MARY LINWOOD Spartonburg, S. C. 

A B IN ENGLISH. Alpha Omicron Pi; Stray Greeks; Daily Tor Heel (4), Yaekety 

Yock (4); Y.W.C.A., Office Committee (4); WUNC (3); Canterbury Club (4). 

KLINE, JAY CROWTHER 

A B. IN EDUCATION. 
KNIGHT, KARL FREDERICK 

A B. IN ENGLISH. 
Eighth Row: 

KOMAN, WILLIAM 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Phi Kappa Sign 

Monogram Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

KRANIS, MANUEL CHRIS 

A B. IN CHEMISTRY. 

KRIEGSMAN, ROBERT MARVIN 

B S IN DENTISTRY. 



Morgote, N. J. 
Statetville 



Aliquippa, Pa. 

Football (1, 2, 3, 4); 



Thomosville 
Greensboro 




First Row; 

KURTZ, DONALD JULIAN Rock Hill, S. C. 

B S, IN COMMERCE. Pi Lambda Phi, Vice-President (3), President (4); Doily Tar 
Heel (1, 2, 3, 4); Golf (I); Tarnation (1, 2, 3, 4); University Party (I, 2); 
Elections Board (1); Student Entertainment Committee (3, 4). 

LACKEY, DALE REA Fallston 

A B IN CHEMISTRY. 

LAMSON, DAVIS W. Raleigh 

B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. St. Anthony Hall; Carolina Quorterly (3); Gvmnostics 
(1,2, 3); Monogram Club (2, 3, 4); Student Government (1,2, 3) 



Second Row: 

LANGLEY, WILLIAM ONZOLO, JR. 

B S IN COMMERCE. 

LASHLEY, CURTIS RAY 



(2, 3); Orientation Counselo 



Burlington 



Burlington 
Lombda Chi Alpha; 



LASSITER, ANNE CUMMINGS 



Wilmington 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Kappa Delta, House Manager (4); Glee Club (3); Y.W.C.A. 
13, 4), Membership Council; Woman's Residence Council (3, 4), Secretory (4); 
Summer Activities Council (3); Orientation Advisor (4). 

Third Row: 

LAUGHINGHOUSE, AL GIBBS New Bern 

A B IN HISTORY. Di Senate (2, 3, 4); Interdormitory Council (2, 3, 4); Student 
Legislature (4); Student Party (2, 3, 4); Young Democrats Club (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. 
(I, 2, 3, 4); Soccer (2); Canterbury Club (I, 2, 3, 4). 



LAWING, LUTHER HAROLD, JR. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Library Committee Chair 
Orientation Counselor (4). 

LAWRENCE, EUGENE WILMOTH, JR. 

B.S. IN DENTISTRY. 



Charlotte 

(4); Astronomy Club (3, 4); 



Apex 



SENIORS 



fourth Row: 

LAWSON, GAIL ELIZABETH Louisville, Ky. 

A B IN ENGLISH. Chi Omega; Splash Club (4); Y.W.C.A. 13, 4). 



LAWSON, JOSEPH 

B.S IN BACTERIOLOGY. Zeta Psi; 13 Club (2, 

1779 (2, 3, 4) 

LEE, JUNIUS RUSSELL 

B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 
fifth Row: 

LEE, WILLIAM J. 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY Theta Chi. 



LE GRAND, NASH, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Gymnostics (2, 

(2, 3, 4). 

LILLY, CHARLOTTE McMURRAY 



South Boston, Vo. 

4); Philosophical Society of 



Four Oaks 



Wilmington 



Chapel Hill 

Monogram Club 



Foyetteville 



Sixth Row: 

LITAKER, ROBERT LEE 

A B IN HISTORY, Beto Theta Pi, 



Chorlotte 

University Club (2, 3, 4), President (3). 



Chevy Chase, Md. 



Heel (2); Sheiks. 



LONG, ALLEN BAKER 

A B IN LAW Phi Delto Theta; Daily To 

LONG, ALLISON DeNEALE 

B S IN DENTAL HYGIENE. 



Seventh Row: 

LONG, WILLIAM RAY 

A B IN ENGLISH. Phi Eta Sigma; Carolina Political Union (I, 2), Vice-President 
(2V Di Senate (2, 3); GM.A.B. 12); Interdormitory Council (2, 3, 4), Treosurer 
(41 Order of the Old Well (3 4); Student Legislature (1, 2, 3, 4), Ways and 
Means Chairman (4); Student Party (1, 2, 3, 4), Treasurer (2); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2); 
Wesley Foundation (2, 3, 4), Treasurer (4); Carolina Handbook (I, 2). 



Marion 



LORE, CHARLES ELI 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Sign 
Young Republii 

LOTT, RUTH BUTLER 

A B IN ENGLISH, Delta Delta Delta, Ho 

G M.A.B (3, 4) 

Eighth Row: 

LOVATT, PATTi HOPE 

A B IN EDUCATION. Daily Tar Heel; Unn 
Women's Residence Council (3); House Co 



Lenoir 

,ity Club; University Party, 



Asheville 

:il (4); Daily Tar Heel (3); 



Suffern, N. Y. 

.ity Club (4); Yaekety Yock (3, 4); 

:il (4); Saturday Club. 



Jackson Heights, N. Y. 

GM.A.B. (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Oriento- 



LOVELACE, JANIS CAROLE 

A B, IN EDUCATION. Alpha Delta Pi, 

tion Counselor (4), University Speokers (4) 

LOWE, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, JR. Gastonia 

A.B. IN GERMAN Delta Phi Alpha; Band (I, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (I, 2, 3, 4), 
Orchestra (I, 2). 




LOWRY, ELVERY DEAN 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY, Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3). 

LUBIN, BENJAMIN LIVINGSTON 

B.S, IN HISTORY. Basketball Manager (2, 3, 4). 



Pembroke 
New York, N. Y. 
State Rood 



LUFFMAN, LUCY LOU 

A.B, IN PSYCHOLOGY. 
Second Row; 

McBANE, MILDRED PATRICIA 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. G.M.A.B. Film Committee 13, 4), Ctiairman (4); Phi 
Assembly (3, 4), Clerk (4); Playmakers (3, 4); Publications Union Board, Secre- 
tary (4); Student Legislature (4); Student Party (3, 4), Secretary (4), Advisory 
Board 13, 4); Young Democrats Club (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Carolina Forum (4), 
Secretary (4); Notional Students Association (3); President's Constitution Codifi- 
cation Committee (3). 



Burlington 



McCABE, ANNE MOSS 



Greensboro 



McCABE, GERARD FRANCIS New York, N. Y. 

IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4); Monogrom Club 



(2, 3, 4); YM.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4), 
Wing Staff (3, 4). 

Third Row: 

McCAIN, RICHARD B. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sign 

McCLURE, JOSEPH ANDREW 

B.S. IN PHYSICS. 

McCOMBS, JAMES HENRY, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 
Fourth Row: 

McCORKLE, JAMES HALL, JR. 



on Club (1, 2, 3, 4); AFROTC (1, 2, 3, 4), 

Monroe 

Orangeburg, S. C. 

Chapel Hill 

Charlotte 



McCURRY, EDGAR WOODFIN, JR. 



Bronxville, N. Y. 

iion Head. 



Shelby 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Pi Koppo Alpho, Secretary (2); Vice-President (3), 
President (4); State Student Legislature (2); Dance Committee (3); Grail (3, 4), 
Exchequer (3), Delegoto (4); Interfroternity Council (1, 2, 3, 4), Treasurer (2). 
Vice-President (3), Ctiairman of Greek Week (2); Attorney General (3); Con- 
sohda'ed University Student Council (2); Ctiairman Consolidoted University 
Day (2); Orientation Counselor (2); Orientation Committee (3); Dormitory 
Treasurer (1); Student Legislature (2. 3); University Party (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. 
(2), Freshman Camp Counselor; Order of the Old Well (3, 4), President (4); 
Honor Council (2); Chairman Soecial Executive Committee on Rushing (3); 
iittee (2); Chairman Donee Committee Court 

McDANIEL, NANCY BARKSDALE 

A B. IN HISTORY. Chi Omegii; Y.W.C.A. (4), Co 

Fifth Row: 

McELROY, JAMES LAWRENCE, JR. Marshall 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Di Senate (2, 3, 4), President (4); Debate Council (2); 
Student Legis'ature (2, 3, 4), Floor Leader (4), Parliamentarian (3, 4); Student 
Party (2, 3, 4), Advisory Board (3, 4); Amphoterothen (3, 4); Young Democrats 
Club (3, 4). 

McGEE, CHARLES WELLS, JR. Corrboro 

A.B IN EDUCATION 

McGIMSEY, ROBERT THEODORE Lenoir 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Delta Theta; Wrestling (1, 2). 

Sixth Row: 

McGOWAN, BENJAMIN REID 

A B. IN CHEMISTRY. Baseball (I, 2, 3). 



McGUIRE, EARL EUGENE, JR. 

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

McKEE, RAYMOND ANDREW 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 



Hamlet 
Danville, Vo. 
Mooresville 



SENIORS 



Seventh Row: 

McLAMB, SUSAN JANE 

A B. IN FRENCH Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Delta Phi; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 

McMAHON, CONSTANCE ADELE 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Student Party (31; Tarnation (3); Newman 
Treasurer (3, 4); Cardboard (3, 4), Chief Artist (4). 

McNeill, ella ruth 



Goldsboro 



Asheville 

Club (3, 4), 



Aberdeen 

litory 



Eighth Row: 

MAJETTE, HELEN JONES 

B.S IN PUBLIC HEALTH. 

MALLOY, KATHLEEN SHARON 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Kappa Delta; Student Legislature 

Party (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 

MANN, MELINDA FAY 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. G.M.A.B. (3, 4), Vice-President (4), 
Independent Women's Association (4). 



Franklin, Vo. 



Raleigh 

4); Univers.ty 



Hollywood, Fla. 

Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); 




First Row: 

MARKHAM, JOHN WESLEY, III Ponte Vedro Beach, Flo. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Sigma Nu; Sigmo Epsilon Xi; Glee Club (1); G.M.A.B. Film 
Committee Chairman (2, 3); Order of the Old Well (3, 4); Publications Board 
(4), Treasurer (4); Sound ond Fury (3, 4); Tarnation (1, 2, 3, 4), Art Editor (3); 
Orientation Counselor (2); Newman Club (1, 2, 3); Yacltety Yack (1, 2, 3, 4), 
Activities Editor (3), Beauty Editor (2, 3), Editor-ln-Chief (4): UN.C. Photo 
Lab Staff (2, 3, 4). Saturday Club, NROTC (1, 2). 

MARKS, BEN A. Roanoke Rapids 

A.B, IN ENGLISH. Tau Epsiion Phi; Y.M.C.A. {1, 2, 3, 4); ROTC Band (1, 2). 

MARKS, JOSEPH RUFUS, JR. Whiteville 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Tornotion (3, 4); University Club (3, 4); 
University Party (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Dormitory Officer, Young 
Democratic Club (3, 4), 

Second Row; 

MARLOWE, JAMES MANNING Walitonburg 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Sigmo Nu; Doily Tar Heel (I); Tarnation (I). 

MARPLE, MARGERY PIERPONT Pentacola, Flo. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Kappa Delta; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Conterbury Club, Tennis Club; 



MARR, LAURA JEAN 



Third Row: 

MARSHALL, PAUL EUGENE 

BS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

MARTIN, JOSEPH BOLEY, JR. 

B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi. 



MARTIN, ROBERT JERRY 



High Point 

Tier Activities 



Winiton-Salem 
Moyodon 

Charlotte 

:nt Govern- 
'arty. 

Aiheville 

Madison 



Fourth Row: 

MASHBURN, NORMAN BRUCE 

8 5. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

MASHBURN, THOMPSON ARTHUR, JR. 

A B IN CHEMISTRY. 

MASLOW, LAWRENCE Brooklyn, New York 

A B IN ECONOMICS. Tau Epsilon Phi; Hillel (I, 2, 3, 4), Cabinet (4); Monogram 
Club (2, 3, 4), Student Party (3); Track (I, 2, 3, 4). 

Fifth Row: 

MASON, HUGH ARCHIBALD 

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



MASON, WILLIAM S., JR. 

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

MASTERTON, ISABEL VAN RENSSELAER 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Alpha Gommo Delta. 



Fayetteville 
Dunn 
Chapel Hill 



Sixth Row: 

MAULTSBY, THOMAS NEILL Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4), Co-Captoin (4); Footboll 
(I, 2, 3, 4); Monogram Club (2, 3, 4), Social Chairman (3); Town Men's Associa- 

MAVRETIC, JOSEPHUS LYMAN Hovelock 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Phi Gamma Delta; Interfraternity Council (1, 2, 3, 4); Soccer 
(2, 3, 4); Monogram Club (2, 3, 4); 13 Club (2, 3, 4), President (4). 



MAY, MARTHA JANE 



Atheville 

President; Y,W.C.A. (3, 4); Ponhellenic 



SENIORS 



Seventh Row: 

MAYER, LUTZ LEO Greensboro 

A B. IN MUSIC. Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4), Vice- 
President (4). 

MEDLIN, JOHNNY GRIMES, JR. Benson 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Delta Thcta; Dance Committee (1, 2, 
3, 4), Secretary (3); Grail (3, 4), Vice-Exchequer (3); University Club (I, 2); 
Young Democratic Club (I, 2, 3, 4); President's Cabinet (3, 4); NROTC; Scab- 
bord and Blade (3, 4), Treasurer (3). 

MELVIN, JULIUS LYMAN, JR. Raleigh 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Sigma Nu; Football (1); Track (1). 



Charleston, S. C. 



Eighth Row: 
MENDELSOHN, BURNET 

B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Phi Omega; Tau Epsilon Phi, Vice- 
President, Treasurer; Interfroternity Council. 

MESSINK, KAY ELSEY Vidalia, Go. 

A.B IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. Pi Bcto Phi; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 

MIHM, BETTY ANNE Baltimore, Md. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Alpha Delta Pi; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), Yackety Yack (4); Soturday 



First Row: 

MILHAM, RICHARD BREWSTER, JR. 

B 5, IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Dclto Sigma 
(4). 

MILLER, JAMES TERRY 

A.B. IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. 

MILLER, TONY J. 

A B IN ZOOLOGY. Alpha Epsilon Delta. 
Second Row; 

MILLIGAN, ELLAWELLS HAMER 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Chi Omega; Uni 



Hamlet 

Young Democrats Club 



Homlet 
Winston-Solem 



Orlando, Fla. 

ty Party (3, 4); Women's Honor 
I (4), Co-Ordinator (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Ctieerleader (4); Orientation 



MILLS, JAMES DEXTER 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 



MILSTEAD, ANDREW HAMMILL 



Maysville, Ky. 

Canterbury Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Physics Club 



Third Row: 

MINTURN, ESTHER NELSON 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 



Littleton 



MISER, ANN E. Baltimore, Md. 

A.B. IN ART. G.M.A.B. (3); Sound and Fury (3); Student Party (3, 4); Splash 
Club (3), Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), Membership Council (4); Women's Athletic Council (4). 

MITCHELL, DONALD PRESTON Kinston 

B S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Sigma Nu, President (4); Interfroternity 
Council (3, 4), Monogram Club (2, 3, 4); Track (1, 2, 3, 4), University Party (3). 



MIZE, MARION ELIZABETH 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Koppo Delta; Gle 



MOHORN, HAROLD WAYNE 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 



MOLTEN, RICHARD WYLLY 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Phi Eta Sign 



Whiteville 

Enfield 

Chapel Hill 



SENIORS 



Fifth Row: 

MONCRIEF, FRANCES MAE 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 

MONROE, WILLIAM PAUL 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Beta Theto Pi; Mi 



Washington, D. C. 
Foyetteville 



MOONEY, BRUCE ROMULUS Timberlake 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Assistant Business Manager (4) 
Playmakers (3); Track (1); Cosmopolitan Club (3). 



Sixth Row: 

MOORE, ALLEN DAVID, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Go 
University Party; Y.M.C.A. 

MOORE, ELIZABETH C. 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 



MOORE, HEYWARD 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Pi Sign 



Burlington 

Delta; Tarnotion (I, 2); 



Chapel Hill 
Asheville 



Alpha 



Seventh Row: 

MOORE, SAMUEL WELLBORN Burlington 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Phi Gamma Oeito; Tarnotion (1, 2); University Party (1); 
Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). 

MOORE, THOMAS OWEN, JR. Winston-Solem 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Eto Sigmo; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 

German Club (2, 3, 4), President (4); Gorgon's Head (2, 3, 4); Men's Honor 
Council (3, 4); Sheiks (2, 3, 4), Student Council (3, 4); Scabbard and Blade 
(3, 4), NROTC (1, 2, 3, 4). 

MOORE, VANCE THEODORE, JR. Tarboro 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Psi; Young Democrats Club 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2); United Student Fellowship (1, 2, 3, 4), President 

(2, 4). 

Eighth Row: 

MOORE, WILLIAM BOUDITCH Akron, Ohio 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Phi Delta Theto; Carolina Politicol Union (3\ 
Debate Council (2, 3, 4); Lacrosse (2); Phi Assembly (3, 4); Sheiks (3, 4); Track 
(1); Scabbard and Blade {3, 4); NROTC (I, 2, 3, 4). 

MORDECAI, MARY LANE Winston-Solem 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Kappa Delta, Historian (4); Glee Club (4); University 
Club (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), Hospital Committee (3, 4). 



MORGAN, ELWOOD ERNEST 

A B. IN HISTORY. Alpha Epsilon Delta, President (4). 



Burlington 




First Row: 

MORGAN, HARRIET ADELINE 

A B. IN JOURNALISM, Alpha Delt( 



Johnson City, Tenn. 

Sigmo Epsilon Xi; Tornotion (3, 4); 

versify Party (4); Women's Honor Council (summer); Yackety Yock (3, 4), 
loraries Editor (3), Sorority Editor (4); Press Club (4); Co-Editor, Panhellenic 
h Book (4); Saturday Club, 



MORGAN, NANCY MILDRED 

A.B, IN EDUCATION. Alpha Delta Pi; Panhellenic Council ( 
Vespers (4); Orientation Advisor (4); Westminster Fello 
Cosmopolitan Club (4), 

MORROW, JAMES MACK, JR. 

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



Elizabethtown 



SENIORS 



Second Row: 

MORSE, HARVEY ANDREW, JR. 

B,S, IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

MORTON, SANFORD BASCOM, JR. 

B,S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpho Kappa Psi 

MOSER, GALEN CARTNER 

B S. IN DENTISTRY 



Third Row: 

MOSS, STEPHEN ANDREW 

A B IN HISTORY Delta Upsilon; Phi Beta Kappa 

Club (1,2, 3); Y M C.A (1, 2, 3). 



Burlington 



Kintnersville, Pa. 

Di Senate (1, 2, 3, 4); Glee 



MOSS, WILLIAM EAGLES 



MUMFORD, WILLIE HERBERT 



(2); 13 Club (2, 3, 4) 



Wilson 

President (4); 



Kenly 

crats Club 



Fourth Row: 

MUNTZING, LEWIS MANNING Moorefield, W. Va. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Bcto Koppo; Phi Eto Sigma; Di Senate (3, 4). Golden 



Fleece (3. 4); Groil (2, 3, 4), Interd. 
of the Old Well (3, 4); Publicotioi 
Government (1, 2, 3, 4), Executive Cc 
3, 4), Speaker (3), Committee Chairmc 
Publications Board (4); Editor Carolira 
Human Relations (4); Student Party (I 

MURPHY, GENE GILBERT 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

MURRAY, VINCENT P. 



tory Council (2, 3), President 
Union Board (3), Treasurer (3); Student 
ommittee (4,; Student Legislature (1,2. 
an (4): Y.M.CA. (1, 2, 4), Chairman of 
lO Handbook (3); Chairman Institute of 
2, 3, 4). 

Greensboro 



Elizabeth, N. J. 

Club (2); 



Fifth Row: 

MUSCHAMP, HERBERT LARRY 



Rome, Go. 

Footboll (1, 2, 3, 4); Monogram Club 



MYERS, DAVID CAMPBELL, JR. 

B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Beta Can 

MYERS, GRADY BENNETT, JR. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Y.M.CA. (1, 2), Freshrr 



Winston-Salen 



Comp Coun 



(21: Do 



itory 



iidenf (2), Orientation Counselor (2, 4); Elections Boord (12 3 4 
Carolina Christian Fellowship (2, 3, 4), Secretary-Treasurer (3), Vice-Presiden' 
14); Westminster Fellowship (3, 4). 

Sixth Row: 

MYERS, JOE G. Elkin 

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

NANCE, E. L., JR. Charlotte 

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

NANNEY, GLENN ALLEN Charlotte 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Psi; Cross Country (3 4) 
Co-Coptain (4); Monogram Club (2, 3, 4); Track (2, 3, 4); Wesley Foundation' 

Seventh Row: 

NEAS, BETTY ANN 

A.B. IN ART. Phi M 



Roanoke, Va. 

ity Club (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Carolina Freshman 
Art Editor (4); Stray Greeks (3, 4); Social Chairman (4); 
(4); Orientation Counselor (4). 



NEAVES, CHARLES LOUIS 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Koppo Epsilon; Un 



Elkin 

iity Club (3); AFROTC (1,2, 3). 



NELSON, CAROLYN ANN Pinehurst 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Alpha Delta Pi; Daily Tar Heel (4), Assistant Business Man- 
ager (4); Sound and Fury (3); Tennis Club (3, 4); Panhellenic Council (4); Rush 
Chairman (4). 

Eighth Row: 

NELSON, EDWARD HOLDER Washington, D. C. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Phi Beta Koppo; Zeto Beta Tau; Order ot 

the Old Well 

NEWBERRY, MARCUS CECIL, JR. Wilson 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Tou Omega, Treasurer (4); Infertratc-nity Council 



NEWMAN, BOBBIE PEARL 



13, 4); Future Teochs 



Greensboro 

J of America 




High Poin} 



Ahoskie 

:ra;'. Club 



Durham 

(4); G.M.A.B. (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 

Asheville 



First Row: 

NEWMAN, WILLIAM WINTER 

B S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Chi Psi. 

NEWNAM, BOYD LEE 

B.5. IN GEOLOGY. Sigma G 

(1, 2, 3, 4), Captain i4): Mdi 

NICHOLS, GENE SHERWOOD 

A.B. IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Yo 
(4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); WUNC-TV (4). 

Second Row: 

NICHOLS, KATHARINE ANNE 

A.B IN ENGLISH. Alpha Delfo Pi, Tre 

NIEDERMAYER, JAMES ALLEN 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. 

NIXON, RICHARD RAY Charlotte 

B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Koppo Sigma; Interdormitory Council 
())■ Young Democrats Club, Treasurer (2); Scabbard and Blade (2); Arnold Air 
Society (2); Dormitory Treasurer (l); University Club (1); AFROTC, Band Com- 
mander. 

Third Row: 

NOAH, WILLIAM DALLAS, JR. Landis 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

NOLL, RICHARD ALLAN 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Beta Theto Pi; Student Governn 

(1); Semper Fide is Society (1, 2, 3, 4), Social Chairman 13). 

OAKLEY, BILLY TYSON Mebane 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Psi; Corolino Quarterly (2\ 

Advertising Monager; Donee Committee (3); G.M.A.B. (2); Student Party (2); 
Track (2); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3. 4). 



West Medford, Mass. 

ent (1); Track (1); Y.M C A 



Fourth Row: 

OGLESBY, DAVID B., JR. Norfolk, Va. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

OLIVER, HELEN POWELL Mount Airy 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Delta Delta; Daily Tor Heel (3, 4); G.M.A.B.; University 
Party (4); Young Democrats Club (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Institute ot Human 
Relations (4); W.A.A., Treasurer (3, 4); Yack Beauty Court (3). 



New Bern 



Bronxville, N. Y. 



ORRINGER, BYRON ALAN 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Tou Epsilon Phi; Band (1, 2); Football (2). 

Fitth Row: 

OWEN, LOIS CHOATE 

A B IN ENGLISH. Delta Delta Delta; Daily Tor Heel (3, 4); G.M.A.B. (3); Un.- 
versity Party (3 4) Women's Honor Council (3, 4); Young Republicons Club 
(3, 4); Y.W.C.A , Membership Council (4). 

PAGE, GILES TROY, JR. Clayton 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Alpha Phi Omega; Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Vice- 
President (4), Young Democrats Club (I, 4); Y.M.C.A. (t, 2, 3, 4). 

PALMER, JOAN Charlotte 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Alpha Delta Pi; Secretary of Student Body (4), President's 
Cabinet (4); Dormitory Executive Board (3); W.A.A. (3, 4); Carolina-Char!otte 
Club (3, 4); Student Party (3, 4), Coed Board Chairman (4), Co-Ordinators 
Board Chairman; Consolidated University Student Council (4), Secretary (4); 
Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), Vespers Committee; Tennis Club (3, 4), President (4); Mclver 
Queen (3). 



SENIORS 



Coral Gables, Flo. 



Sixth Row: 

PANKEY, ELIZABETH TAYLOR 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Delto Delta Delta; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 

PARKER, GEORGE FARRAR, JR. 



PARTHEMOS, GEORGE NICHOLAS 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
Seventh Row: 

PATMAN, ELIZABETH ANN 

A.B. IN ENGLISH Chi Omeja; Y.W.C.A.; Grahom Memon 
(4), Calendar Committee (4). 

PATTERSON, JOHN SMITH 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

PATTERSON, KINCAID Stotesville 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS Delta Phi Alpho; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Mu Epsilon. 



Siler City 

Board of Directors 



Stony Point 



Eighth Row: 

PATTERSON, ROBERT BENJAMIN 



Chapel Hill 



PATTESON, ROBERT BASKERVILLE, JR. Wilson 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Delto Theto; Dance Committes (3, 4); 
German Club Executive (3, 4); Interfraternity Council (3), Court (3); S'udent 
Council 13, 4); Vice-President German Club (4); Student Council, Choirmon (4); 
Philosophical Society of 1779. 

PATTON, JAMES DAVIS Morgonton 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Vice-President; Gimghoul (3, 4 , 
Interfraternity Council (2, 3, 4); AFROTC; Interfraternity Council Court; Arnold 
Air Society; Minataurs. 





Chorleston, W. Vo. 



First Row: 

PAYNE, PAUL PATTON, JR. 

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

PEACE, VIRGINIA DARE Quinton, Va. 

B.S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. Phi Mu; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Stray Greeks (3, 4), 
Treasurer (4); Women's Residence Council (4); Dormitory President (4), Orienta- 
tion Advisor 14). 



PEARCE, EDWIN WOLFE, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Kappa Alpha 



Greensboro 



SENIORS 



Second Row: 

PEARSON, WILLIAM SEYMOUR 

B.S. IN MEDICINE. 

PEEK, ROBERT FRANKLIN 



PELL, EDWARD LEIGH, III 



Wintton-Salem 



Charlotte 



A.B. IN ENGLISH. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President (4); Golf (1, 2, 3, 4); Gorgon's 
Head, Treasurer (2, 3, 4); Interfraternity Council (3, 4), Court; Minataurs 
(1, 2, 3). 



Monroe 

Vice-President, Pledge 



Third Row: 

PENEGAR, SAMUEL EDWARD 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sign 
Master, NROTC (1, 2, 3, 4). 

PENN, ANNE GARRETT Danville, Va. 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi; Yockety Yack (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); 
Orientation Advisor (4); Saturday Club. 

PENNINGER, PHILIP EUGENE Concord 

B 5. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Beta Gamma Sigmo; Phi Beta Koppo; 
Phi Eta Sigma; Orientotion Counselor (4). 



Fourth Row: 

PERDUE, ROLAND POWELL, I 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Alpha To 



Grail; Monogron 



College Park, Ga. 

mega, Vice-President (4); Football (1, 2, 3, 4), 
Club (2, 3, 4); Trock (1, 2, 3, 4); Athletic 



PERRY, CHARLES REID 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma 
urer (4); Swimming (I, 2). 

PETREE, NOEL HARPER, JR. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Chi Psi; NROTC (1, 2, 

Blade (3, 4). 



Winiton-Salem 

Monogram Club, Treas- 



Fayetteville 

4); Scabbard end 



Fitth Row: 

PHILLIPS, JOHN BENBOW, JR. 

A.B IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Daily To 
Club (I); Yackety Yack (2). 

PHILLIPS, RICHARD C. 

A B IN HISTORY Alpha Phi Omega; Phi Beta Kappa. 

PHILLIPS, WILLIAM VANDYKE 



Winston-Salem 

Heel (2); Tornation (2); University 



Graham 

2); Young Democrats 



Wilkesboro 



Sixth Row: 

PHIPPS, MARY YEAKLE 

A B IN EDUCATION. Ploymakers (4); Sound and Fury (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); 
Future Teachers ot America (3, 4), Publicity Chairman (4). 

PITTMAN, WILLIAM BRYAN Sonford 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Phi Delta Theta, President (4); Glee Club (2, 3). 
Business Manager; Interfraternity Council Court. 

PLOTT, HENRY FRANKLIN Charlotte 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. AFROTC Band (1); Phi Assembly; Student Legisla- 
ture (1 2) Student Party (1, 2); University Club; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2), Council 
(1, 2); Spanish Club (2, 3, 4), President (3, 4); Carolina-Charlotte Club; Caro- 
lina Handbook Photography Editor. 



Seventh Row: 

POOLE, ALINE SCARBOROUGH 

A.B. IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. 

POPE, CLAUDE EDWIN Dunn 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Kappa Alpho; Groil (3, 4); Student 
Council (3, 4); Student Legisloture (2, 3); University Club (1); University Party 
(I, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President; Orientation Counselor (3); Elections Board (2, 3, 4); 
AFROTC; Arnold Air Society (3, 4); Scabbard ond Blade (3, 4). 

POPE, DENNIS A. 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Sign 



Tryon 



Angier 



Phi Epsilon. 



Eighth Row: 

POTTER, EDWARD LEX Wilmington 

A B. IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Phi Beta Koppo; Golden 
Fleece. 



POWELL, ROBERT MORGAN 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Sign 
Blade (4). 

POWERS, JOHN WILLIAM 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 



Chorlotte 

Nu; NROTC (I, 2, 3, 4), Scabbard and 



First Row: 

PRESNELL, WILLIAM BURGESS 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 

PREVATTE, TED YATES 

A.B. IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. 

PRINCE, WILLIAM WESLEY 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

Second Row: 

PROFFIT, WILLIAM ROBERT 

B.S. IN DENTISTRY. Phi Beta Koppo. 

PRUITT, CAROLYN MITCHELL 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Delta Delto Delta, House President (4); G.M.A.B. (3), 
Reception Committee: Women's Honor Council (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), Cabinet; 
Future Teachers of America (3, 4), Secretary (4); AFROTC Sponsor (3, 4), Com- 
manding Officer, Corps of Sponsors (4); Residence Council (4). 

PRUITT, KENNETH MELVIN Wintton-Salem 

B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Bond 
(I, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President (3), President (4), Daily Tor Heel (3); Glee Club 
(1, 2); Golden Fleece (4); Order of ttie Old Well (4); Ploymokers (1); Dormitory 
Officer (3); AFROTC, Bond Commonder (4); Arnold Air Society (4); University 
Club (3); University Symphony Orchestra (2, 3, 4). 

Third Row: 

PUCKETT, THOMAS GERALD 

A.B. IN ART. 

PUGH, BOBBY LEWIS Asheboro 

B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappo PsI, Treasurer; Befo Gamma 
Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eto Sigma; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 4), Cabinet (2) 

PULLMAN, ROBERT STANFORD 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Beta Kappa, Co-President (4); Phi Eto Sig 
Varsity Christian Fellowship (3, 4). 

Fourth Row: 

PURSER, JOAN WELLS Charlotte 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Delta Delta Delta, Treasurer (4); G.M.A.B. (3), Reception 
Committee; Women's Honor Council (3, 4), Chairman (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), 
Secretary (4); Commencement Marshal (3); Women's Orientation Committee; 
Recreation Co-Ordinating Council (3, 4). 

QUILLEN, MARGARET ANN Alcoa, Tenn. 

A.B. IN PHILOSOPHY, Doily Tor Heel (4); Independent Women's Council (4). 

QUINN, ROBERT SMITH 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Bond (3); Glee Club (3, 4). 

Fifth Row: 

QUINN, SUSAN NORTHCROSS Roanoke, Va 

A B IN JOURNALISM. Pi Beta Phi; Doily Tor Heel (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4) 
Chairman Publicity Committee; Women's Handbook Editor (4). 



RAGLAND, GILBERT GRAY Oxford 

B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Dance Committee (4); Grail (3, 4), Ex- 
chequer (4); Interdormitory Council (1, 2); Student Legislature (1, 2); Dormitory 
President (2); Orientation Committee (3, 4). 

RAGSDALE, JOHN WILLIAM, JR. Atlanta, Go. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Chi Phi; Dally Tor Heel (4); Interdormi- 
tory Council (1); Tornotion (2, 3, 4), Editor (4); University Club (2); Uni 
Party (2, 3); Young Republicans Club (4). 

Sixth Row: 

RASCOE, EDWIN MARSTON 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Y.M.C.A. (i ); Wesley Foundotion. 



RAY, ALEXANDER GRAHAM 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Phi Beta Koppo; Monogn 
(1, 2). 

REAMY, CHARLES ERNEST, JR. Silver Spring, Md. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Tarnation (4). 

Seventh Row: 

REDDING, MAX H. Cedar Falls 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

REEVES, SAMUEL THOMAS Thomoston, Go. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Treasurer (2, 3); Gimghoul 
Treasurer; Golf (1); Orientation Counselor. 



REGISTER, NANCY STEELE 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Alpho Delta Pi; Gle 

(3, 4). 



Jackion, Miss 
Club (3); Yockety Yock (3); Y.W.C.A 



SENIORS 

Eighth Row: 

REID, DAVID EDWARD, JR. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Bond (1, 2); Debofe Council (2, 3); Di Senote (1, 2, 3, 4), 
President Pro-Tem (3); Interdormitory Council (3, 4), Court; Order of the Old 
Well (3, 4); Student Legislature II, 2, 3); Young Democrats Club (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Groham Memorial Board of Directors {2, 3, 4); G.M.A.B., Vice-President (3); 
Amphoterothen (3, 4); Student Party (1, 2, 3, 4), Vice-Chairman (2), Legislative 
Floor Leader (3); Chairman Judicial Problems Study Committee (3); Attorney- 
General (4); Carolina Political Union (1, 2). 



REISS, HOWARD JAMES 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Zeto Bet 
Hillel (1, 2, 3, 4); President's Cabinet (4). 

RESNICK, ALLAN GEORGE 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Zeto Beto Tou, President (3, 4); Jun 
Hillel (1, 2, 3, 4); Interfraternity Council (2, 3, 4); Order of the Golden 
(1, 2, 3, 4), President (3, 4); Track ( i); University Party (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A 
AFROTC; Orientation Counselor (2). 




Chapel Hill 

Club (2, 3, 4); Swimming 



Asheville 



Maplewood, N. J 

Baseball (1); NROTC 



Miami Beach, Fla 




First Row: 

RHOADES, CHARLES BRADFORD Winston-Solem 

B,S, IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 

RICHARDSON, EMMETT VYNSTON, JR. Marion, Va. 

A B IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Gammo Deta; Young Republicans Club (3, 4). 

RIDDICK, WILLIS JAMES Belhaven 

A B IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Epsilon Delta, Treasurer (4); Dormitory Officer (3). 

Second Row: 

RIGHTS, GRAHAM HENRY Winston-Salem 

A.B IN HISTORY, Phi Beto Kappa; Phi Etc Sigma; Grail (3, 4); Interdormifory 
Council (2); Order of the Old Well (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4), Secretary (3) 
President (4); Elections Board (1, 2, 3), Ctiairman (2, 3); National Students 
Association (4). 

ROBERSON, JOE BAXTER Candler 

A.B IN ZOOLOGY. Alpho Epsilon Delto; Student Legislature (2, 3)- Student 

Porfy (I, 2, 3). 

ROBERTS, SUSIE ELLA Ashevllle 

AB IN RELIGION. Glee Club (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 

Third Row: 

ROBERTSON, BETTIE JEAN Zebulon 

B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Gamma Delta; Women's Council 
3, 4), Yackety Yack (3); Y.W.C.A. (3); W.A.A. Council (4); House Council 
(3, 4); Pontiellenic Council (3, 4); University Party (3). 



ROGERS, BETTY LEE 

A B. IN SOCIOLOGY Delta Delta Delta 

i3, 4), Orientation Advisor (4). 

ROGERS, EDNA FRANCES 



Charlotte 

cretary (4); Glee Club (3, 4); Y W.C.A 



Summerton, S. C. 

(3); Y.W.C.A. 



SENIORS 



Waynesville 

Roanoke Rapids 

Richmond, Va. 



Fourth Row: 

ROGERS, RAY B. 

B S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

ROOK, ALBION EARL, JR. 

A B, IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION. 

ROOK, MARGARET ANNE 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Delta Delta; Sigmo Epsilon Xi; 

Yackety Yack (3, 4), Senior Class Editor (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), Hospital Com- 
mittee 13); Dormitory Treasurer (3, 4), Executive Council (3, 4), Saturday Club; 
Student Audit Board, Secretary (4). 

Fifth Row: 

RORIE, BETTY JO Monroe 

A B IN EDUCATION Delta Psi Omego; Phi Theta Kappa; House Council (3, 4). 

ROSENTHAL, TED LEE New York, N. Y. 

A B IN FRENCH Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Delto Phi, President; Daily 
Tor Heel (I, 2, 3, 4), Drama Critic; Young Democrats Club, Executive Com- 



ROSS, JULIAN W., JR. 

B S IN CHEMISTRY. Sigma Nu. 

Sixth Row: 

ROUSSEAU, GARY MAXWELL 

A B IN HISTORY. 

ROWLAND, JACK EVERETT 



Elizabeth City 



North Wilkesboro 



Charlotte 

Country (1, 2); 



Syosset, N. Y. 

Y.W.C.A. 13, 4); 



RUDISILL, BOBBY ANDREW 

A.B. IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. 

Seventh Row: 

RUMPF, JOAN MARIE 

A B IN ENGLISH Delta Phi Alpha; Kappa Kappa Gam 

Stray Greeks (3, 4), Vice-President; Dormitory Social Chairman (4). 

SAIEED, SHIRLEY ANN Greenville 

A B tN EDUCATION. Alpha Delto Pi, House President (4); Sound and Fury (3); 
lence Council (4), Future Teachers of America (4); 

SANDERFORD, JOHN LEWIS Roxboro 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 
Eighth Row: 

SANDERS, WILLIAM EUGENE Asheboro 

A B IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Chi Phi; Class Vice-President (I, 2), President (3) 
Interfraternity Council (2, 3); Order of the Old Well (3, 4); Student Legislature 
(2, 3);_Track_(l); Orientation Committee (2), Counselor (3); University Porty 
resident's Cabinet (4). 



(1, 2, 3, 4), Cha 



SANDLIN, BILLY MURRAY 

A B IN CHEMISTRY. 



SANDRIDGE, WILLIAM PENDLETON, JR. 



Winston-Solem 
Alpha Epsilon, House Manager; Gimghoul, President 
ncil; Orientation Counselor (4); Minataurs (1, 2, 3). 




First Row: 

SCARBOROUGH, WILLIAM HAYWOOD 



SCEARCE, JAMES F. 

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



SCHOLZE, ROBERT ELLIS, JR. 

A,B. IN ECONOMICS. Sigma Alpho Epsiion; Sheiks (3), 



Mount Gilead 

r Heel (1, 4); 

Chapel Hill 
Coral Gables, Flo. 



Second Row: 

SCOTT, ANNE McELROY 

B.S. IN EDUCATION. Kappa Delta; Panhellenic C 

SCOTT, MILTON M. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delto Sigmi 
gram Club (1, 2). 

SCOTT, NELL JEAN 

A.B. IN ART. Y.W.C.A. (4). 
Third Row: 

SCROGGS, MILDRED LOUISE 

A B. IN EDUCATION. Y.W.C.A. (3). 

SEAMAN, BARBARA WATSON 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Omega. 

SEIGLER, HILLIARD FOSTER 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Young Democrats Club (I). 



Miami Beach, Flo. 

luncil (4); Y W.C.A. (3, 4). 

Pinetops 

Pi; Gymnastics (I, 2); Mono- 

Goldsboro 

Thomasville 

Warrenton 

Asheville 



Burlington 



Lincolnton 

(3, 4); NROTC 



Fourth Row: 

SELLERS, WILLIAM ERNEST 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Lombda Chi Alpha 

SENTER, JOHN WILLIAM 



SESSOMS, BILLY M. 



Fifth Row: 

SHANKS, ALEXANDER GRAHAM Birmingham, Ala. 

A B IN HISTORY Alpha Tou Omega; Phi Beta Koppo; Phi Eta Sigma; Student 
Government (4); Student Legislature (3); Young Den 
Y MCA. (1); NROTC; Orientation Counselor (4). 



SHARPE, EDWARD W. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Club (2, 3, 4); 
Maxton 



SHARPLESS, CHARLES LEEDS Hatboro, Pa. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH Delta Phi Alpha; Phi Beta Koppa; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa 
Sigma. 

Sixth Row: 

SHEPPARD, KENNETH ERNEST, JR. Winston-Solem 

B.S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Dormitory Manager (3, 4); Intramural 
Manager (3); AFROTC (1, 2). 

SHERMAN, LEWIS ELLIOT New York, N. Y. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Zeta Beta Tau; G.M.A.B., Chairman Dance and 
Publicity Committee (3); Hillel Cabinet, Chairman Publicity (I); Interfraternity 
Council (2); Sound and Fury (2); University Party (3); Y.M.C.A. (I). 

SHORT, BARBARA WILLARD Burlington 

A.B IN JOURNALISM. Daily Tar Heel (3); Y.W.C.A. (3), Publications; Press 
Club, Secretary (4). 

SENIORS 

Seventh Row: 

SHOULARS, HUDSON WILSON, JR. Rich Square 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Tau Omega; Football (1. 2, 3, 4); Grail (3, 4); 
Interfraternity Council (2); Monogram Club (3, 4). 

SHOWFETY, ROBERT EUGENE Greensboro 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

SIDES, LONNIE R., JR. Charlotte 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi, Treasurer (3, 4); Band 
(1, 2); Interdormitory Council (2); Young Democrots Club (2); Young Republi- 
cons Club (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). 

Eighth Row: 

SIDES, MARTIN RAY Kannopolis 

B.S. IN COMMERCE. Interdormitory Council (2); Soccer (1). 



SIEBER, ARVID CHARLES 

A.B IN ZOOLOGY Alpha Epsiion Delta; Delta Phi Alpha 



SILER, JAMES HAROLD 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Sign 



Hendersonville 
Greensboro 




First Row: 

SILLIPHANT, MARY RUTH MORSE 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS Delto Comma; Phi Sign 
Greeks (3, 4). 

SILVIA, DANIEL SHIVER, JR. 

A.B, IN ENGLISH. Phi Eto Sigma. 

SINCLAIR, MARGARET JOAN 

A B. IN JOURNALISM. Pi Beta Phi; G.M.A.B. (3 4) Chan 
YWCA (3, 4); Dormitory Social Chairman; Women's Ri 

Second Row: 

SINK, JANE KIRKSEY 

A.B IN JOURNALISM Chi Omega; 
SIPP, JOHN FREDERIC 



Chevy Chase, Md. 

Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Stray 
Wilmington 

Aberdeen 

jblic Relations, 
; Council. 

Lexington 



.ity Party; Y.W.C.A (3, 4). 

While Meadow Lake, N. J. 

4); Intramural Manager 



olino Quarterly (3); Unn 



SKINNER, OREN SCOTT 

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

Third Row: 

SLEDGE, KAREY LYERLY 

A B. IN ZOOLOGY. 

SMITH, CLYDE, JR. 

A.B. IN LAW. Di Senote 11.2, 3), Treasurer (3); Interdormitor 
Young Democrots Club (2, 4); YWCA. (1. 2). 



Greensboro 

sity Club (3). 



Chapel Hill 



Greensboro 

Council (2). 



SMITH, MIRIAM MARCIA Camp Lejeune 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY Kappa Delta, Vice-President (4) Panhellen:c Council 
Secretary (3); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), Commission Head (4); Orientation Adyisor (4)! 

Fourth Row: 

SMITH, SHERWOOD H., JR. Jacksonville, Fla. 

A B IN HISTORY. Phi Beto Kappa; Phi Eto Sigma; Phi Delta Theto; Doily Tor 
Heel (1. 2); Gorgon's Head (2, 3 4); Lacrosse (2, 3, 4), Co-Captain (4) 
Monogram Club (3, 4), Order of the Old Well (3, 4); Yockety Yock (4) Sports 
Editor (4); Scabbard and Blade (3, 4), President (4); NROTC (1 2 3 4) Bat- 
talion Commander (4); Saturday Club. 

SMITH, WILBUR RITCHIE, JR. Fayetteville 

A B IN PRE-LAW Band (1). Young Democrots Club (4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3) 

SNIPES, RAYMOND FLETCHER Reidsville 

S. IN CHEMISTRY, Alpho Chi Sigma, Treasurer (3). Recorder (4); Phi Beta 



Koppo, Co-Pi 
(4). 



dent (4); Phi Eto Sigmo; Band (1, 2, 3, 4); Wesley Foundation 



Heel (I). Di Senate (1,2) 



ty Party (3, 4); Young Derr 



Fifth Row: 

SOPER, MICHAEL CAMPBELL Greensboro 

A B IN ENGLISH Chi Phi; Daily To 

SPAIN, FRANCES HARDEE 

A,B, IN EDUCATION, Alpho Delto Pi; Un 

Club (3), Y W,C A, (3, 4); Future Teachers of A 

SPAINHOUR, OTHA KENNETH Winston-Salem 

B S, IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, 

Sixth Row: 

SPENCER, WILLIAM RAY High Point 

B,S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Alpha Koppo Psi; University Club (2) 
Transportation Club (3, 4) 

Savannah, Ga. 

sident (4); Foot- 



SPILLANE, CHARLES BARRY 

B,S, IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Koppo Sigmo, Vice-Pr( 
ball (I); 13 Club (2, 3, 4); Interfroternity Council (\ , 2), 

SPONG, WILLIAM CONWELL 

A,B, IN HISTORY, YMC.A,; Student Vestry (1, 2. 3 4) Ju 
Canterbury Club (1, 2. 3, 4), Vice-President (3), President (4 



Charlotte 

Warden (3); 



SENIORS 



Seventh Row; 

SPOONER, JOHN ALDEN, JR. 



Darien, Conn. 



A,B. IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES St. Anthony Hall; 
German Club Executive (4); Lacrosse (4); Monogram Club (3); Sound ond Fury 



Shelby 

Interfroternity Council (1,2, 3); 



SPRADLEY, SCOTT WORTH 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Koppo Alpha 
Student Party (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). 

STACY, BETTY ANNE Nebo 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Doily Tor Heel (3), Yockety Yock (3); W.A.A (3, 4) 
Council (3), Executive Board (4), Basketball Chairman (3) Wesley Foundation 
(3, 4); Independent Women's Council (3, 4). 

Eighth Row: 

STARRETT, WILLIAM IVAN, JR. East Point, Go. 

A B IN ENGLISH Alpho Phi Omega; Lambda Chi Alpha, Treosurer (2, 3 
Glee Club (1); G.M.A.B. Film Series Committee (4); Interfroternity Council (4'' 
Episcopal Student Vestry (3); NROTC (1, 2, 3, 4), Canterbury Club 0, 2, 3 4)' 
Carolino Cutter Staff (I, 2, 3). 



STEINBERGER, NORMAN FREDRIC 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Pi Lambda P 
Student Government (3), Student Party (1, 
(1, 2, 3, 4), 

STEMBRIDGE, SARAH ELLEN 



Statesville 

olino Political Union (2) 
Young Democrats Clu^ 

Danville, Va. 



A.B, IN EDUCATION. Pi Beto Phi, Historian; University Party (3 4) Yockety 
Yock (3, 4); G.M.A.B. Publicity Committee; Soturdoy Club. 



First Row: 

STEPHENS, HERBERT BENJAMIN 

A, 8. IN EDUCATION. Future Teacher: of An 



Glen Alpine 



STERN, STANLEY Bradley Beoeh, N. J. 

B,S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Tou Epsilon Phi; Basketball (1); Hillel 
Cabinet, Treasurer. 

STEVENS, JOHN SHORTER Asheville 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Chi Phi, President (3); Phi Beto Koppo; Grail (4); Inter- 
froternity Council (2, 3, 4), Court Chairman (3, 4), Executive Committee (3, 4), 
Order of the Old Well (4); Student Government (1, 2, 3, 4), Vice-President 14); 
Student Legislature (I, 2, 3, 4), Speaker (4); University Club (2); University 
Party (1, 2, 3, 4), Chairman (2); Young Democrats Club (4); Graham Memorial 
Board of Directors (4); Chairman Student Audit Board (3); Consolidated Uni- 
versity Student Council (4); Orientation Counselor (2, 3, 4); Chairman Greek 
Week (3). 

Second Row; 
STEWART, EDWIN B. 

A B IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. 

STEWART, MYRTON THOMAS, JR. 

B S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

STOCKTON, MARTHA ANN 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Beta Phi, TreasL 

Y W C.A. (3, 4); Orientation Advisor (4). 

Third Row: 

STOGNER, MARTHA CAROLYN Charlotte 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Band. Majorette (3); Dance Committee (3); Y.W.C.A 
(3, 4); Independent Women's Association, President (4); Institute of Human 
Relations (4); Future Teachers of America (3, 4). 



Broadway 
Carthage 



Franklin 

ckety Yock (3); 



STOKES, JACK BETHEL 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY Phi Delto Theta; Monogr. 
Y M C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4) 



STRICKLAND, GEORGE THOMAS, JR. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Alpha Epsilon Delta, Pre! 
Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma. 



Norfolk, Va. 

Swimming (2), 



Fourth Row: 

STUBINGER, FRANCES EUGENIA 

A.B. IN MUSIC. Alpha Gammo Delto; Corolin 

Secretary (4); Y.W.C.A. (3). 

STURDIVANT, JOE EDWARD 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Glee Club (1. 2); Interdon 
(4); Student Party (4); Y.M.C.A, (1, 2, 3, 4); 
President (4). 

STYERS, FRANK CADMAN 

A B IN CHEMISTRY. 



ident (2, 3), Alpho Tou Omega 



Chattanooga, Tenn. 

irterly (4); Glee Club (3, 4), 



iitory Council (4) 



Cory 

Phi Assembly 
Chairman (3), 

Greensboro 



SENIORS 

Fifth Row: 

SYKES, JAMES DINSMORE Jenkintown, Po. 

BS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Kappa Sigma, President (2. 4); 
Arnold Air Society; Scabbard and Blade; Golf (1, 2, 3, 4); Interfroternity Council 
(2, 4); Monogram Club (2, 3, 4); AFROTC (1, 2, 3, 4). 

TALLEY, JUDITH ANNE Chattanooga, Ter.n. 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Chi Omega; Class Secretary (4); University Club (3, 4), 
Treosurer (4); University Party 13, 4); Young Republicans Club (3, 4); Y.W.C.A 
(3, 4). National Students Association (3. 4). 

TATE, ROBERT HUNTER, JR. Wilmington 

A.B IN ENGLISH. Phi Gamma Delto. 

Sixth Row: 

TAWS, EDWARD TOWN, JR. Meodowbrook, Po. 

B.5. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. St. Anthony Hall; German Club (3); Inter- 
fraternity Council (4); 13 Club (2, 3, 4); University Club (2, 3, 4), Vice-President 
(3). 



Aberdeen 

iident (4). University 



Winston-Salem 



TAYLOR, JACK MORRIS, JR. 

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

Club (3), AFROTC. 

TEICHMAN, STUART 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Pi Lambdo Phi; 
Tarnation (2); Dormitory Officer (2); Hillel (I, 2, 3, 4), 
Arnold Air Society, AFROTC. 

Seventh Row: 

TESH, JIMMY HOWARD Greensboro 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Alpha Koppo Psi; AFROTC 

THOMAS, GEORGE HOWARD Asheville 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. 

THOMAS, MARIANNE DuVALLE ChaHonoogo, Tenn. 

A.B. IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Chi Omega; Canterbury 
Club 13, 4), Dormitory Officer (3). 

Eighth Row: 

THOMPSON, HOWARD EUGENE 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Interdormitory Coun 
crats Club (2, 3, 4); Cardboard (1). 



Winston-Solem 

il (3); Wrestling (3, 4); Young Demo- 



Mooresville 

Dormitory President (4); Women's Residen 



THOMPSON, JEANNINE 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Y.W.C.A 

Council (4), Vice-President (4); Wesley Foundotion (3, 4), Secretary (4 

THOMPSON, JERRY ADAMS 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Koppo Alpha; Band (3). 




First Row: 

THORPE, HENRY BENTON, JR. Rocky Mount 

A B IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Baseball (I); Football 
{2, 4), Monogram Club; Student Party; Head Cheerleader (1); Consolidated 
University Day Committee (1); University Club. 

TICE, JOHN K. High Point 

A B IN ENGLISH Phi Beta Kappo; Phi Eta Sigma; St. Anthony Hall; Class 
Treasurer (2); Di Senate (2, 3, 4); Monogram Club (3, 4); Student Party (I, 2); 
Swimming (1, 3, 4); Episcopal Student Vestry (2, 3); Canterbury Club (1, 2, 3). 



TIDWELL, JOAN LEE 

A B IN LATIN Alpho Gan 
(4), Y.W.C.A,; Canterbury ( 



Norfolk, Vo. 



Delto, President (4); Eto Sign 



SENIORS 



TIMBERLAKE, FRANCES STUART Staunton, Vo. 

AB IN SOCIOLOGY Alpha Delto Pi; Student Party (3); Yackety Yock (3), 

Canterbury Club 

TINGLER, JUNE ANN Covington, Vo. 

A B IN EDUCATION Alpha Delto Pi; Splosh Club (3, 4); Y W C A 

TORRENCE, DALE OWEN Cornelius 

A 8 IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Theta Chi. 



Third Row: 

TORRENCE, EARL CLIFFORD 

BS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

TURKETT, MARY JANE 

A B IN EDUCATION Y W C A (3, 4), Independent Women's 

TURNER, FLORENCE GERALDINE 

A B. IN ENGLISH. Playmakers (3, 4); Sound and Fury (3, 4) 
Fourth Row: 

TURNER, HARRY SUTTON 

A B IN EDUCATION Pi Kappa Phi; Y MCA. 

TURNER, JACK FRANKLIN 

8 5 IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Charlotte 



Danville, Vo. 

.sociation (3. 4) 

Stoneville 



Jacksonville 
Homptonvllle 
Winston-Solem 



TURNER, JAMES REGINALD 

AB IN HISTORY Phi Beta Koppo; Phi Eta Sigma; Carolino Quarterly (2i 

Carolina Political Union (2, 3, 4), Di Senate (1, 2, 3, 4); Grail (3, 4); Inter- 
dormitory Council (3); Order of the Old Well 12, 3, 4); Playmakers (1, 2), Publi- 
cations Union Board (2, 3); Sound and Fury (3); Student Government (1, 2, 3, 4), 
Student Legisloture (1,2, 3); Student Party (1,2, 3); Young Democrats Club 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Carolina Handbook Editor; Wesley Founda- 
tion (1, 2); Canterbury Club (3, 4); National Student's Association, Notionol 
Vice-President; Amphoterothen. 



Fifth Row: 

TUTTLE, MARTHA 

A E IN ENGLISH. Pi Beta 



West Hartford, Conn. 

G.M.A.B, (3); Yackety Yock (3), Y W C A (3, 4) 



TYLER, JAMES MADISON, JR. Kinston 

BS IN BUSINESS ECONOMICS. Koppo Sigmo, Pledge Master (4); Basketboll (1); 
Gimghoul (3, 4). 

UPCHURCH, J. WOODROW Buies Creek 

A B IN JOURNALISM 
Sixth Row: 

UZZELL, JEANETTE CHADWICK Ashevllle 

A B IN EDUCATION Chi Omega; Y W.C.A. (3, 4); Colendar Committee (3, 4) 

VAN ORDER, HENRIETTA Chattanooga, Tenn. 

AB IN ART Delto Delto Delta; G M AB. (3, 4); Panhellenic Council 14) Pro 
lects Chairman; Sound and Fury (3, 4); Y.W C.A. (3, 4). 



VAYDA, JEROME JOSEPH 

BS. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Phi Koppo Sigm 
Captain (4); Vice-President Senior Class (4); Monogn 
dent (4); Newman Club (1, 2, 3, 4); AFROTC; Car 
President (3). 



Bayonne, N. J. 

Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4), 
1 Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Presi- 
ina Athletic Association, 



Seventh Row: 

VEAZEY, PERRY BURT Raleigh 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Alpha Tou Omego, President (4); Alpha Epsilon Delto; Grail 
(4); Interfraternity Council (2, 3, 4), Order of the Old Well (4); Student Legis'o- 
ture (2); Swimming (1); 13 Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Orientation Committee, Chairman 
(4); Chairman Consolidated University Day (3); Consolidated University Student 
Council (3), Interfraternity Council Court (3, 4), Student Audit Board i3); Co- 
Chairmon Greek Week (3). 



VERNON, JEAN-CAROL HARPER 

A B. IN MUSIC Glee Club. 



VESTAL, GEORGE ALEXANDER 

BS. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Monogn 



Blairs, Va. 



Foyetteville 

Club (1); Track (1). 



Eighth Row: 

VINCENT, CHARLES READ 

AB. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Pi Koppo Alpho; Univ 

); " " " " " " ■ 

WALKER, HENRY AJAX 

BS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Koppa Sign 

WALKER, JOHN W. 

A B IN ANTHROPOLOGY. 



Murfreesboro 

); Arnold 

Kinston 

n il, 2). 

Rutherfordton 




Charlotte 



First Row: 

WALKER, JOSEPH WARREN 

E.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Chi Phi. 

WALKER, WALTER THORNLEY, III Alexandria, Vo. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Beta Theta Pi; Lacrosse (1, 2, 3, 4), Monogram Club 
(2, 3, 4); Sheiks; NROTC (I, 2, 3, 4); Semper Fidelis Society (3, 4). 

WALTERS, JAMES MOFFETT Charlotte 

B S, IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

Second Row: 

WALTERS, NOAH HEBER LoGrongc 

A.B. IN LAW. Young Democrots Club. 

WALTHALL, JULIUS BYRON Charlotte 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

WARD, PEGGY Rose Hill 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Doily Tor Heel (3, 4); Playmokers (3); 
Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), Deputations Chairman (4); Treasurer of Summer Activities 
Council (4); Orientation Counselor (4). 

Third Row: 

WARRICK, WILLIAM EDGAR, JR. 

B.S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Alpha Kappa Psi; Glc 

WARTMAN, CHARLES HARRIS 

B 5. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Football (1). 

WARWICK, MARY JANE Covington, Tenn. 

A.B IN ENGLISH Sigmo Kappa; Sound and Fury (3, 4), Tarnation (4), Uni- 
versity Porty (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Stray Greeks; House Council (4). 

Fourth Row: 

WARWICK, WILLIAM JAMES Wilmington 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Chi Phi, Treasurer 13), President (4); 
Interfroternity Council (4); University Club (2); Yockety Yoek, Assistant Sports 
Editor (2). 

WATERS, ZACK JAMES, JR. Salisbury, Md. 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Chi Psi; Di Senate (1); Interdormitory Council (4); Men's 

Honor Council (4), Monogram Club (2, 3, 4); University Party (1); Wrestling 
(1,2, 4), Y.M C.A. (1, 2). 



Mount Olive 

: Club (2, 3). 

Clorksvllle, Vo. 



WATKINS, GEORGE ROSE 

B.S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Sigma Nu. 

Fifth Row: 

WATKINS, SAMUEL MERIWEATHER 

BS IN COMMERCE. Sigma Nu; Outstanding Inti 



Henderson 



Henderson 



I Manager. Fraternity 
Thomson, Go. 



WATSON, HARRIETTS ZACHRY 

A.B. IN EDUCATION Alpha Delto Pi; G.M.A.B., Publicity Committee (3 
Hon (3). Y w C A , Poster Committee (4); Yack Beauty Court (4). 

WEAVER, KENNETH 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 



SENIORS 



Husk 



Sixth Row: 

WEBB, RICHARD BEVERLY RANEY 



Greensboro 



A B IN HISTORY Alpha Tou Omega, Secretary (3, 4); Phi Beto Kappa; Phi Eta 

Sigma; Debate Council, President (2. 3, 4), Di Senate (1, 2, 3, 4), President (3) 
Golden Fleece (3, 4), Groil (2, 3, 4), Order of the Old Well Sheiks (4) Student 
Legislature (1,2, 3), Speaker Pro-Tem (3); University Party (1. 2, 3, 4); Debate 
Squad (1, 2, 3, 4), President (2, 3 4), Orientotion Committee (3 4); Conterbury 
Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Amphoterothen, Institute of Human Relations, Treasurer (4) 
Nationol Student Association (2); Bipartisan Selection Board (2, 3), Co-Chair- 
man All Campus Conference (3). 



WEBSTER, WILLIAM PHILLIP 

B S. IN DENTISTRY 



Mount Airy 

WEISS, BERNARD ERWIN Norfolk, Vo. 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM Tou Epsilon Phi; Daily Tor Heel, Sports Editor (3 4) 
Hillel (3, 4), Cabinet (4), Student Porty (3); Y.M.C.A. (4); Press Club, Treasurer 
(3, 4). 

Seventh Row: 

WELCH, ANN CAROLYN Greensboro 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Student Party (4), Y.W.C.A. (3, 4), Membership Council 
Future Teochers of America (3); Women's Athletic Association (3, 4); Summer 
Orientation Committee (4); Orientotion Counselor (4); Westminster Fellowship 



(3, 4). 

WELLONS, DOROTHY ALLENE 



Fayetteville 



/ WELLS, GRADY LEE Charlotte 

A.B. IN HISTORY Phi Beta Koppo; Phi Eto Sigma. 

Eighth Row: 

WENTZ, HERBERT STEPHENSON Salisbury 

A.B. IN PHILOSOPHY. Alpha Epsilon Delto; Chi Psi, President (4), Phi Beta 
Kappo; Interfraternity Council (4), Student Legislature (2, 3), Student Party 
(2, 3); Canterbury Club; Orientation Counselor (3, 4). 



WEST, ROBERT LEE 

B.S. IN MEDICINE. 



WESTBROOK, JUDITH HOADLEY 

B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Dover 
New Berlin, N. Y. 




First Row: 

WESTBROOK, WILLIAM CLIFTON ChorloMe 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Lambda Chi Alpha, President (3); Inter- 
dormitory Council (2); Interfraternity Council (3, 4); Cordboard (1,2, 3), 

WESTON, ALMA HALE Charlotte 

A.B, IN EDUCATION Alpha Gairma Delta; YW.C.A (3, 4), 

WHITAKER, DAVID LOUIS Williamston 

B S. IN MEDICINE. Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma; Band 
(1,2, 3); Class Treasurer (4), Interdormitory Council (2, 3), Treasurer (3); Order 
of the Old Well (3, 4), Student Legislature (3); Interdormitory Court (2, 3), 
Clerk (3); Wesley Foundation Commission Chairman (3). 

SENIORS 

Second Row: 

WHITE, HUGH ZENAS, JR. Salisbury 

B.S. TN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Phi Omega; Y.M.C.A. 

WHITE, JOSEPH SENTER, JR. West Palm Beach, Fla. 

Omega; Interfroternity Council (4), Summer Men's 



WHITE, JOSEPH THEODORE 



Statesville 



Third Row: 

WHITE, RAYMON LEE Columbus, Go. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma Nu; Daily Tor Heel (1); Di Senate 
(1); Interfraternity Council (2, 3, 4), Court (3); Swimming (1); Uniyersity Party 
(1, 2, 3, 4): Y.M.C.A. (1). 



WHITESIDE, GEORGE WALTER, III 



Durham 



B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi; Student Legislatun 
(1, 2); Student Party (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2); Student Council (1); AFROTC. 



WHITEFIELD, ROBERT LEE 

B.S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 
Fourth Row: 

WHITMORE, EDWARD K., JR. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Alpha Tou Omega 

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



Lacrosse (1, 2 



Greensboro 



South Orange, N. J. 

3, 4), Monogram Club 



Chapel Hill 



Kinston 



WHITTINGHILL, DIANA BETH 

AB IN PSYCHOLOGY Glee Club (1); Playmakers (I, 2). 

WICKHAM, CHARLES LEIGH, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, Koppa Sigmo, Pledge Master (3), Vice- 
President (4); Basketball (1), Interfraternity Council (3, 4); Tennis (1); Mina- 
tours (2, 3, 4); Orientation Counselor (3); Philosophicol Society of 1799 (2, 3, 4). 

Fifth Row: 

WIGGS, BOBBY GENE 



Goldsboro 

Teachers of America 



WILDER, BOBBY AUSTIN 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



WILKINS, JACQUELINE 



Sixth Row: 

WILLARD, WILLIAM DURANT 

A.B, IN CHEMISTRY. Pi Koppo Phi. 



Mount Gileod 



Franklin, W. Vo. 

1 (4): Student Legis- 



WILLIAMS, ANNE GILES 

A.B. IN HISTORY, Pi Beta Phi, 
Secretary (4). 



Westfield, N. J. 

President (4); Y.WC.A. (3); W.A.A. (3, 4), 



WILLIAMS, CARL HARRIS Charlotte 

A.B, IN DRAMATIC ARTS. Carolina Quarterly (1, 2); Doily Tor Heel (2, 3); 

Debote Council (2); Di Senote (1, 2); G.M,A.B. (2, 3); Playmakers (1, 2, 3, 4) 
Sound and Fury (3); Student Party (1,2) 



Seventh Row: 

WILLIAMS, CLAWSON LEE, JR. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Phi Delta Theto. 

WILLIAMS, JOHN DUDLEY 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 



Sanford 
Greensboro 



WILLIFORD, CLARENCE THOMAS, JR. Wilson 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Alpha Epsilon Delta, Vice-President (4), Secretary (3), Phi 
Oelto Theto; Lacrosse (3, 4), 

Eighth Row: 

WILLIS, JAMES RAY New Bern 

B.S. IN MEDICINE. 

WILSON, GEORGE DAVID 



WILSON, JACK LEROY 

A.B. IN GEOGRAPHY. Delta Phi Alpha; Sigma Gamma Epsilon, 

Council (3, 4); Arnold Air Society (4); Scabbard and Blade (4). 



Morganton 



Lake Lure 

Interdcrrnitory 





First Row; 

WILSON, LAWRENCE GIRARD, JR. Danville, Va. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH Phi Gamma Delta; Baseball (1); interfraternity Council (3, 4)- 
13 Club (3, 41 

WILSON, NANCY ELIZABETH Asheville 

AX. IN EDUCATION. Glee Club (3. 4), Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Independent Women'; 
Council (3, 4); Future Teachers ot Americc - - 

Residence Council (4); Baptist Student Unic 
Council (3, 4); Dormitory Officer (4). 



Charlotte 

:il (1); Student Legislature 



Plymouth 

Roxboro 

il. 

Jonesville 



WINN, WILLIAM EDWARD 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Chi Phi; Interdormitory 
(1, 2); University Party (1,2). 

Second Row: 

WINSLOW, ELLEN GOODE 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. 

WINSTEAD, BERNADINE 

B.S. IN BIOCHEMISTRY Dormitory Vesper Cha 

WOOD, ALBERT FRANKLIN 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Chi Phi. 
Third Row: 

WOOD, EDWARD WILLIAM, III Winston-Salem 

A.B. IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. St. Anthony Hall; 

WUNC (2, 3),- WUNC-TV (3, 4). 

WOOD, HELEN Miami, Flo. 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Pi Beta Phi; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Sound and Fury (4). 

WOODARD, WILLIAM W., JR. Wilson 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Zeta Psi, 

Fourth Row: 

WOODFORD, OLIVER AARON Clemmons 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

WOODS, JOHN BUSTER 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Gamma Delto; 

Co-Coptoin (4), Basketball (1); Monogram Club (3, 4). 

WOOSLEY, BILLY JOE 

BS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Koppa Psi, 
Fifth Row: 

WOOTEN, JOHN FRANKLIN, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSIN-SS ADMINISTRATION. Lambda Chi Alpha 

Treasurer (3), Vice-President (4); Arnold Air Society, 

WOOTEN, ROBERT SOUTHERLAND, JR. Kinston 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

WRENN, ANNE WEBSTER Greensboro 

A.B. IN FRENCH. Delto Detto Delta, Historian (4); Pi Delta Phi (4), Secretary 
(3, 4); Junior Class Secretary; G.M.A.B. (3, 4), Secretary (3, 4); Student Legisla- 
ture (3, 4); University Club (3, 4); Y.W.CA. (3, 4), Dix Hill Committee (4); 
Cheerleader (4); Air Force Sponsor (3, 4); Yock Beauty Queen (4). 

Sixth Row: 

WRIGHT, CAREY BADGETT NEWTON, JR. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Daily Tar Heel (3); Y.M.C.A. (4). 

WRIGHT, DONALD RAYBURN 

B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

WRIGHT, MARY JO 

A.B IN EDUCATION 
Seventh Row: 

WRIGHT, WALTER H., JR. 

as. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

YARNELL, EDWIN PETER 

A.B IN ZOOLOGY. Y.M.C.A. (2); Tor Heels 



Danville, Vo. 

seball (2, 3, 4), 



Kinston 

and, Secretary- 



jnd Toes (3) 



Greensboro 

Mount Airy 

Cory 

Aberdeen 

Charleston, S. C. 

Asheboro 



YATES, FRANK OGBURN, JR. 

A B IN ENGLISH Alpha Tou Omega; Phi Beto Koppa; Phi Eta Sigma; Senior 
Class President; Men's Honor Council (2, 3, 4), Chairman (4); University Party 
(3, 41; Wrestling (1); Orientation Counselor (2, 3, 4); Chief Commencement 
Marshal (3); Bipartisan Selection Board. 



YODER, EDWIN M. 

A B IN ENGLISH Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eto Sigma 

(1, 2, 3, 4), Editor (4); Golden Fleece (4); Publicati 
Scholarship (4). 



Mebane 
Pi Delta Phi; Daily Tar Heel 

ins Union Board (4); Rhoades 



SENIORS 

Eighth Row: 

YOUNG, JOSEPH BEVERLY Charlotte 

A B IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Glee Club (I); WUNC 
(1,2, 3), WUNC-TV (4). 

YOUNG, ROBERT GILL, JR. Henderson 

B S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Zeta Psi. 

ZIMMERMAN, ANNIE LYNNE Marshall 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Glee Club (3); Playmakers (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); 
Dormitory President (4); Westminster Fellowship (3, 4); Orientation Advisor (4); 
Women's Residence Council (3); Independent Women's Council (3, 4); Humon 
Relations Institute (3, 4). 

ZIMMERMAN, JAY, JR. New Poltz, N. Y. 

A B IN ENGLISH Phi Eta Sigma; St. Anthony Hall; Sigmo Epsilon Xi; Di Senate 
(1); Monogram Club (4); Student Legislature (4); Track (3, 4); Yockety YaeK 
(3, 4), Business Manager (4); Saturday Club. 




Officers seated are Bob Hornik, Treasurer, ond Sue Walker, 
Social Chairman. Standing, Bill Morgon, Vice-President, 
Bitty Dent, Secretory, and Jim Beatty, President. 



A tobleou depicting the laying of the cornerstone of Old East 
is enacted every fall at the annual University Day ceremonies. 




JUNIORS 






*. 



r x?: 














Abee, Elmer Preston, Jr., Alpha Phi Omega, Morganton; 
Adams, Bobby Joe, Winston-Salem; Adams, Joseph Avery, 
Sigma Nu, Clinton; Akin, William Boker, Jr., Sigma Phi 
Epsilon, Raleigh; Akins, Marguerite Bullard, Varina. 



Aldridge, Jeon Jacquelyn, Winston-Solem; Aldridge, Patricio 
Louise, Boone; Alexonder, Clyde Benny, Rocky Mount; 
Alford, James Evans, Zebulon; Allen, Charles Eugene, 

Taylorsville. 



Allison, Jomes McMillan, Asheville; Altman, Everett Clark, 
Fayetteville; Anderson, Apphio Page, Washington, D. C; 
Anderson, Donna Lou, Winchester, Va ; Anderson, Leo 
Richard, La Grange. 



JUNIORS 



Fourth Row: 

Andrews, Bobby Tolmodge, McLeansville; Angel, Jack Del- 
ano, Reidsville, Armstrong, Grant Wesley, Wilmington; 
Armstrong, James Poul, Jr., Delta Upsilon, High Point; 
Ashby, Charles Gladstone, Chi Psi, Elkin. 



Fifth Row: 

Ashley, Diana Duncan, Greenwood, Miss ; Ashley, Joan 
Rillo, Greenville, S. C; Austin, Dale Reid, Taylorsville; 
Ayscue, Quincy Adams, Koppo Alpha, Pi Delta Phi, Monroe; 
Boddley, William Henry, Water Valley, Miss. 



Sixth Row: 

Boiky, Robert Reece, Statesville; Baird, Johnny Brown, New- 
land; Ballard, William Thomas, Jr., Polkton; Ballentine, 
Esther Mollie, Winton; Barbee, Walter Edward, Durham. 



Seventh Row: 

Barber, Martha A. C, Raleigh; Barbre, Roy S., Jr., Lambda 
Chi Alpha, Kinston; Barker, Prentice Reid, Jr., Lumberton; 
Barnard, Sam Burmon, Sovonnoh, Go ; Barrington, Carl A., 

Kappa Alpha, Fayetteville. 



Eighth Row: 

Barto, John Thomen, Bronxville, N Y.; Boss, Carl Lee, 
Durham; Botchelor, Walter Edward, Mount Holly; Botes, 
Shirley Anne, Murphy; Batten, Mary Cecelia, Mount Gilead. 



Ninth Row: 

Batten, Roland Wesley, Portsmouth, Vo.; Botts, Bernice 
Roderic, Wallace; Baucom, Robert Leslie, Monroe; Bau- 
mann, Betty Ann, Staten Island, N. Y., Baxley, Stella Cater, 

Chi Omega, Macon, Go. 



Tenth Row: 

Beam, Bob Gerald, Spruce Pine; Bean, William Claris, 
Mebone; Beotty, James Tully, Charlotte; Bechert, Beverly, 
Stamford, Conn.; Beck, Shelley Blaine, Asheboro. 




Bell, Dorwin Little, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Statesville, Bell, 
Frederick Neil, Jr., Swarthmore, Pa ; Bell, Robert Locke, 
Sigma Chi, Greensboro; Bennett, Barbara OIlie, Chapel Hill; 
Bentley, Ralph Luther, Moravian Falls. 



Second Row: 

Berryhill, Catherine Brewer, Delta Delta Delta, Chapel Hill; 
Best, Nelson Roy, Warsaw; Bibb, William Robert, Chapel 
Hill, Bilich, John Matthew, Aliquippa, Pa.; Binkley, Hughes 

M., Kernersvillc. 



Third Row: 

Bishop, James Frederick, Jr., Sigma Nu, Rocky Mount; 
Block, John Arnett, Greensboro; Block, William Linville, 
Winston-Salem; Blockmon, Wilbert Worth, Smithfield; 
Bloyney, Lindo Lee, Washington, Pa 



Fourth Row: 

Blount, John Gray, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Gamma Delta, 
Washington; Blue, Williom A., Delta Sigma Pi, Wadesboro; 
Bobbitt, Harriet McFadden, Raleigh; Bolch, Oscar Howard, 
Jr., Albemarle; Boone, Donald Lee, High Point. 



Fifth Row: 

Bordeaux, D. Gordon, Elizabethtown; Bost, Betsy Vernon, 
Chi Omega, Charlotte; Bowles, Charles Pardue, Jr., Kappa 
Alpha, Winston-Salem; Boyd, Charlie Heiekioh, New Bern; 
Boyette, Charles Otis, Chadbourn. 



Sixth Row: 

Boyette, Joseph Thomas, Phi Comma Delta, Clinton; Boy- 
ette, Williom Otis, Chodbourn; Branch, William Goode, 
Winter Haven, Flo ; Brandt, Patricio Waite, Jackson, Miss.; 
Broswell, Charles Marion, Monroe. 



Sev 



nth Row: 



Breece, Mary Lee, Foyetteville; Brenner, Thomas Roy, Phi 
Delta Theta, Riviera Beach, Flo.; Bressler, Hirsch Elliot, 
Zeta Beta Tau, Atlanta, Go.; Brewer, Dallis Erwin, Gos- 
tonia; Brewer, James L., Jr., Asheville. 



Eighth Row: 

Bridges, Effie JoAnn, Shelby; Briggs, Evelyn Stone, Ra- 
leigh; Brigmon, William Edward, New Bern; Britt, Edward 
G., Kinston; Brock, Clifton H., Jr., Lillington. 



JUNIORS 



Ninth Row: 

Brockman, Robert Hiram, Gostonia; Brody, Marvin, Tau 
Epsilon Phi, Charleston; Brooks, Claude Cicero, Jr., Millers 
Creek; Brooks, Henry Fronklin, Alpha Kappa Psi, Greenville; 
Brooks, Jonet Anne, Greensboro. 



Tenth Row: 

Brown, Alvin Dupree, Selmo; Brown, Donald Mitchell, 
Jomesville; Brown, Eugene Wilson, Jr., Rich Squore; Brown, 
Goyle Deon, Asheville; Brown, Joe Evans, Charlotte. 




Brown, William Lee, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Roanoke Rapids; 
Brufon, H. David, St. Anthony Hall, Condor; Bruton, LeRoy 
Adam, Charlottesville, Vo.; Buffaloe, Jewel Wilson, Roleigh; 
Buie, Elizabeth Thomas, Biscoe. 



Bullard, Bernie Froust, Raleigh; Bullard, Donold E., Char- 
lotte; Burbridge, Benjamin Lawrence, Chi Phi, Jacksonville, 
Flo ; Burgwyn, Mary Barrow, Jackson; Burnett, Julian 
Hubert, Carolina Beach. 



Third Row: 

Burns, Orlu Elaine, Emporium, Pa ; Burns, Robert William, 
Jr., Chapel Hill; Burrus, Robert Tilden, Rockford; Bursch, 
Robert S., White Plains, N. Y.; Butchort, Edward Winslow, 

Greensboro. 



Butters, Frederic Henry, Sigma Nu, Wilmington; Byerly, 
Anne Schuman, Dunn; Byers, Dovid F., Shelby; Bynum, 
James Doggett, Greensboro; Byrum, Fredric Colby, Phi 

Gamma Delta, Edenton. 



Coble, William Chorles, Greensboro; Campbell, Monroe C, 
Wilson; Canada, Sherwood Herbert, Chapel Hill; Contrell, 
Douglas David, Seaford, Del.; Capetonos, Christ L., Raleigh. 



Copps, Charles K., Rocky Mount; Corleton, Reid Paul, 
Weeksville; Carlisle, James Franklin, Guilford; Cormichoel, 
Thoxton Miller, Winston-Salem; Carpenter, Shirley Joy, 

Oakboro. 



Seventh Row: 

Corswell, Robert Lewis, Morganton; Carter, James Lewis, 
Chapel Hill; Carter, Johnny Cleveland, Hamlet; Castillo, 
Ernest, III, Tampa, Flo ; Chomblee, James Monroe, Alpha 
Phi Omega, Burlington. 



Eighth Row: 

Cheatham, James Theodore, III, Zeto Psi, Greenville; 
Christian, Joe David, Jr., Kappa Sigma, Smithfield, Vo.; 
Churchill, Robert Lewis, Durham; Clorenboch, Pauline Neu- 
weiler, Miami Shores, Fla.; Clark, Corey Alexander, Jr., 

Theto Chi, Louisville, Ky. 



JUNIORS 



Clark, William Thompson, Stotesville; Clarke, Sondro Phil- 
lips, West Polm Beech, Flo.; Clontz, Franklin Delano, Mor- 
ganton; Coker, Richard Amis, Pi Kappa Alpha, Hartsvjile, 
S. C; Cole, James Anderson, Jr., Kappa Alpha, Salisbury. 



Collier, James Glenn, Jr., Rich Square; Collins, Billie Carol, 
Kannapolis; Collins, Francis Eugene, Jr., Lumberton; Collins, 
Shirley B., Angier; Collison, W. N., Chi Phi, Wilmington. 



First Row: 

Conder, Lawrence Davis, Lambda Chi Alpha, Charlotte; 
Connor, David Marion, Jr., Phi Gamma Delta, Durham; 
Converse, Joseph Irwin, Jr., Chapel Hill; Cook, Charles 
Alston, Arlington, Vo.; Cooke, Marguerite Hamilton, Golds- 
boro. 



Cooke, Milton P., Phi Kappa Sigma, New York, N. Y.; 
Cooper, Jackie Finley, Jr., Sylvo; Coplon, Dot, New Bern; 
Corley, Joseph Randolph, WinstonSalem; Corley, Mary 
Carolyn, Orangeburg, S. C. 



Cornell, Thomas Bonifer, Delta Upsilon, Key West, Flo.; 
Cotten, E. Lee, Belleville, N J.; Cowan, Hugh Barclay, Phi 
Gamma Delta, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Cox, Charles Ferrell, 
Greensboro; Cox, Eppie Bennett, Aurora. 



Coyle, Frederick John, Kappa Sigma, Barrington, R. I.; 
Craver, Dan B., Chi Phi, Greenwich, Conn.; Crawford, Mory 
Jean, Rowland; Crawford, Sarah Jeanette, Raleigh; Crews, 
William Barker, III, Oxford. 



Fifth Row: 

Crisp, Fred Durham, Jr., Chapel Hill; Critcher, Walter M., 
Jr., Oxford; Cronon, Sheila Boone, Wethersford, Conn.; 
Crouse, Ray Edward, Chapel Hill; Crumpton, Bruce Wilmot, 

Roxboro. 



JUNIORS 



Cuddy, James Walker, Durham; Curtis, Ferrell Ann, Green- 
wood, Miss.; Curtis, Lee Ann, Norfolk, Va.; Curtis, Mary 
Elizabeth, Rowland; Dail, Dorothy Elizabeth, Goldsboro. 



Seventh Row: 

Dance, Erma, Fayetteville; Daniel, Ann Reeder, Albemarle; 
Daniel, Charles Reuben, Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Roanoke Rapids; Doughtridge, Ulyss Glenn, Rocky Mount; 
Davidson, Clayton Williams, Jr., Phi Eta Sigma, Mooresville. 



Eighth Row: 

Davis, Bruce Reynolds, Lumberton; Davis, Herbert Owen, 

Phi Kappa Sigma, Roxboro; Davis, John Kenneth, Wilming- 
ton; Davis, Wilbur Addison, Waynesville; Dawn, Jon Neil, 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Gastonio. 



Deal, Bob Gene, China Grove; Dees, Shirley L., Durham; 
Dell, Julian Peter, III, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Bethesda, Md.; 
Dent, Elizabeth Hunter, Spruce Pine; Dinwiddie, James 
William, Lexington. 



Tenth Row: 

Divine, Mory Ruth, Rocky Mount; Dixon, Alvin Mack, Rox- 
boro; Dixon, Clifton Nosh, Jr., Wilmington; Dixon, Gerold- 
ine Drew, Winston-Salem; Dockery, James Stephen, Kappa 
Alpha, Rutherfordton. 




Dodson, Winfred Groy, Denver, Col ; Donnahoe, Stanley 
Rhoades, Hendersonville; Dorrity, Charles Brent, Carrboro; 
Douglass, Mary Josephine, Raleigh; Downing, Shirley Jean, 

Fayetteville. 



JUNIORS 



Dudley, Marian Winslow, Virginia Beach, Va ; Durham, 
Beverly Wilson, Durham; Durham, Carl Hanna, Burlington; 
Duvall, James Thomas, Quonset Point, R I ; Eagleton, Jane 

Frances, Pi Beta Phi, Silver Spring, Md. 



Eargle, Homer Melton, Jr., Orangeburg, S C; Eargle, Zone 
E., Waxhaw; Earp, Joy Frances, Raleigh; Eason, Robert 
Donald, Snow Hill; Edmondson, Susan Moore, Hassell 



Fourth Row: 

Edwards, Cortland H., II, Sag Harbor, N Y.; Ellerbe, 

Robert Lee, Jr., Rockingham; Elliott, John Wesley, Jr., 

Shelby; Ellison, Ann Adams, Fort Thomas, Ky.; Elmore, 
Memory Hicks, Shelby. 



Evans, Amos Roy, Greenville; Evans, Peter Holton, Golds 
boro; Everett, William Harrell, Sigma Nu, Williamston; 
Everton, Robert Stuart, Columbia; Exum, James Gooden, Jr., 

Sigma Nu, Snow Hill. 



Sixth Row: 

Fanjoy, Floyd Hewell, Sigma Chi, Winston-Salem; Farmer, 
Carl Douglas, Phi Gamma Delta, Pulaski, Va.; Farmer, 
Elizabeth Anne, Charlotte; Fassberg, Robert, Spring Valley, 
N. Y ; Feeney, Coleman James, Jr., Winston Salem 



Felton, Gene Harris, Zeta Beta Tou, Atlanta, Ga.; Fisher, 
Louis Joseph, Chi Psi, Phi Eta Sigma, High Point; Fitz- 
gerald, Charles E., Jr., Chi Phi, Farmville; Floyd, Ginger 
Lee, Homes City, Flo., Foley, Gardner P. H., Phi Eta Sigma, 
Greensboro. 



Eighth Row: 

Ford, Lorry Grant, Chi Phi, China Grove; Ford, Nancy 
Morkham, Westport, Conn ; Forrest, Robert Oswin, Jr., 
Hillsboro; Fortier, Marie Annette, Kappa Alpha Theta, 
New Orleans, La.; Foster, Dorothy Lee, Greensboro. 



Foster, Ralph O'Neil, Charlotte; Fowler, Robert Lee, Jr., 

Chapel Hill; Fox, Charles Sugg, Beta Theta Pi, Fayetteville, 
Fox, Joe Thomos, Jr., Alpha Epsilon Delta, Asheville; 
Frazier, Anne Carolyn, Liberty. 



French, Elizabeth Anne, White Plains, N. Y.; Frost, Cathe- 
rine Donelson, Florence, Ala.; Frutchey, Gilbert Strickland, 
Asheville, Fuller, Edwin W., Jr., Liberty; Fullton, Ann 
Hargrove, Greensboro. 




First Row: 

Fulton, Paul, Jr., Zeta Psi, Walnut Cove; Fuijell, Fitzhugh 
Lee, Jr., Williamston; Gallimore, Howord Keith, Concord; 
Gardner, Elizabeth C, Rochester, N. Y.; Garmon, Ronald 
Gene, Charlotte. 



Garrett, Thomas Blackwell, Danville, Va.; Garriss, Stonley 
Adams, Jr., Portsmouth, Va.; Geddie, Walter Herman, 
Lombdi Chi Alpha, Rocky Mount; Gibbs, Linley Henry, Jr., 
Burlington; Gibson, James Lorry, Marion. 



Third Row: 

Giersch, Richard Frederick, Chorlotte; 
Jr., Stotesville; Gleitz, Dovid Allen, 
Jacksonville; Gobbel, Virginia Ann, 
Chapel Hill; Godley, Jock Hoggard, 

Wilmington. 



Gillelond, Harley S., 

Phi Kappa Sigma, 
Delta Delta Delta, 
Alpha Phi Omega, 



Fourth Row: 

Goetze, Margot Gisela, Greensboro; Goforth, John Eddie, 
Phi Kappa Sigma, Rutherfordton; Goforth, Preston Myers, 
Lenoir; Goldberg, Robert Hiliord, Zeta Beta Tau, Greens- 
boro; Gonella, John Felix, Jr., Franklinton. 



Goodnight, Porks Roy, Konnopolis; Gossett, David N., 
Charlotte; Gravely, Mary Lourin, Zeta Tau Alpha, Ring- 
gold, Va.; Gray, William Donald, Roanoke Rapids; Green, 
Mary Carolyn, Delta Delta Delta, Chapel Hill, 



Greene, Corolyn Elise, Durham; Greene, Robert Glenn, North 
Wilkesboro; Greene, Shannon Collins, Charleston, S. C; 
Greuloch, Dorothy Gould, Pi Beta Phi, Chapel Hill; Grey, 
Zone Andrew, Marion 



JUNIORS 



Griffin, Marion Wilson, Phi Delta Theto, Phi Eta Sigma, 
Davidson; Griggs, Porter Odell, Marble; Grubbs, Fletcher 
Journey, Winston-Salem; Gustofson, Richard Lawrence, 
Pinebluff; Hackney, Carolyn Elizabeth, Sonford. 



Eighth Row: 

Hofer, Margaret Virginia, Hickory; Hogedorn, Joe Herman, 

Zeta Beta Tau, Birmingham, Ala.; Hogood, Adele Dunbar, 
Delta Delta Delta, Charlotte; Hogood, Max Martin, Jr., 
Asheville; Hoig, I. R. Stirling, Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Eta 
Sigma, Asheville. 



Ninth Row: 

Hale, Leslie Morgan, Kappa Alpha, Foyetteville; Hall, 

Donald Jomes, Chi Psi, Chapel Hill; Hall, Harold Gene, 

Foyetteville; Hall, Hossell Gray, Winston-Salem; Hall, 
Norman Curtis, Hurdle Mills, 



Hall, Sarah, Oxford; Hollett, Robert Edward, Alpha Chi 
Sigma, Lake Wales, Fla,; Hollford, Edward Ulysses, Rocky 
Mount; Homil, Archie Etheridge, Jr., Raleigh; Hammond, 
Margot Corrington, Greensboro. 




Hanna, Willis Neil, Lambda Chi Alpha, Gosfonia; Manner, 
Julius S., Randlemon; Hardister, Frank Gerald, Aberdeen; 
Harrell, Donald Lee, Stctesville; Horrer, Laetitia Mary, 

Chapel Hill. 



JUNIORS 



Harrington, Cyrus Robert, Jr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Pi Nu, 
Thomosville; Harris, Foils Lewis, Harris; Harris, Morgoret 
Everette, Durham; Horvey, Jone Marilyn, Raleigh; Hoskett, 
Billy Peters, Elizabeth City. 



Third Row: 

Haste, Thomas Erie, Jr., Phi Gamma Delta, Edenton; Hat- 
ten, Nolo Jean, Pascagoula, Miss ; Houghton, Patricia Ann, 
Charlotte; Hayes, Nathaniel Perkinson, Jr., Delta Kappa 
Epsilon, Greensboro; Heath, John Lewis, Snow Hill. 



Fourth Row: 

Heck, William Ernest, Salisbury; Heiden, Hubert Eric, Tau 
Epsilon Phi, Lake City, S. C; Heinsohn, Frank, Jr., Chorles- 
ton, S C ; Heinien, Dixie Gwen, Nutley, N. J.; Henderson, 
Edward Carlton, Roanoke Rapids. 



Fifth Row: 

Henderson, Shelton Whitehead, Lynchburg, Va.; Henderson, 
Willis Irwin, III, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Charlotte; Henline, 
Harold Dean, Marion; Herman, Mory Miller, Statesville; 
Herring, Elmira House, Wilson. 



Sixth Row: 

Herring, Joseph Duncan, Jr., Lumberton; Hettlemon,Thomos 
Phillip, New York, N Y ; Heymann, Robert Curtis, Hender- 
sonviile; Hice, Robert Harrison, Delta Upsilon, Charlotte; 
Hicks, Jean Porham, Henderson. 



Seventh Row: 

Hicks, Stephen Francis, Phi Gamma Delta, Edenton; High, 
William Hockney, Oak City; Hill, Don Eugene, Winston- 
Solem; Hill, Robert Lewis, Kinston; Hill, Vernon Ivalee, 

Carrboro. 



Eighth Row: 

Hill, Williom Gilchrist, Wilmington; Milliard, Dan Lee, 
Greensboro; Hines, Richard NorHeet, Jr., Zeta Psi, Edenton; 
Hinson, Larry Copehort, Delta Sigma Pi, Monroe; Hinson, 
Rea, Jr., Charlotte. 



Hobeck, Marian Elizabeth, Kappa Delta, Virginia Beach, 
Vo ; Hodge, Joseph Albert, New Bern; Hodges, Luther 
Hortwell, Jr., Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Kappa Alpha, Leaksville; 
Holland, Lewis Gerald, Zeta Beta Tau, Atlanta, Go.; Holmes, 
Robert Waide, Beta Theta Pi, Lexington. 



Tenth Row: 

Holt, Allen Franklin, Chi Phi, Asheboro; Holt, Glendole 
Bowen, Erwin; Holt, Townsend Van, Kappa Sigma, Raleigh; 
Honeycutt, Wayne Briggs, Spruce Pine; Hooten, John 
Robert, Griffon. 





Hoover, Charles Woyne, Winston-Salem; Hornik, A. Robert, 
Jr., Zeta Beta Tou, Atlanta, Ga.; Norton, John Manley, 
Raleigh; Hough, Mory Frances, Washington; Hough, Mollie 
Virginia, Washington. 



Second Row: 

House, Horry Clayton, Pi Kappa Alpha, Hamilton; House, 
Jennings Ray, Durham; Howard, Patricia Sanders, High 
Point; Howell, John Herbert, Goldsboro; Howey, James 
Monroe, Delta Sigma Pi, Waxhaw. 



Third Row: 

Hudson, Nancetta Joyce, Goldsboro; Hudson, Richard 
Woodard, Kappa Alpha, Vandemere; Huffman, Ervin Moron, 
Hickory; Huffman, Leon Wyont, Catawba; Hughes, Jimmie 
Franklin, Asheville. 



Hume, Caroline F., Washington, D. C; Humphrey, Margaret 
Elise, Richmond, Va.; Humphrey, Sara Elizabeth, Washing- 
ton, D. C.; Humphreys, Luther Wade, Jr., Raleigh; Hunt, 

George Franklin, Alpha Chi Sigma, Waynesville. 



Hunter, Edward Reid, Charlotte; Hunter, George Patrick, 
Jr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Charlotte; Hunter, Mario Bur- 
gwyn, Roanoke Rapids; Huntley, Wolter Jones, Alpha Tau 
Omega, Smithfield; Hutchinson, Samuel Spalding, Chapel 
Hill. 



Icenhour, Max Phillip, Durham; Icenhour, Wayne Franklin, 
Durham; Isehower, John N., Charlotte; Isley, Donald New- 
ton, Wolkertown; isreal, Marvin Boyd, Greensboro. 



Jackson, Josephine Rose, Richmond, Vo.; Jacobus, Robert 
Bingham, Chi Psi, Raleigh; Jomes, Carolyn Elizabeth, 
Greenville; James, Ernest Kelly, Jr., Winston-Solem; Jeffer- 
son, Donald Elmore, Phi Mu Alpha, Carrboro. 



JUNIORS 



Eighth Row: 

Jennings, Ann, Alpha Delta Pi, Greenville, S. C; Johnson, 

Bruce Cannon, Pi Kappa Alpha, Conway; Johnson, Charles 

Mack, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Lenoir; Johnson, Dewey E., Phi 

Kappa Sigma, Charleston, S. C; Johnson, Edgar Russell, 

Robersonville. 



Johnson, Ralph Dewey, Winston-Salem; Johnson, Thomas 
Hatcher, Goldsboro; Johnson, Thomas Lindemonn, Chi Psi, 

Sigma Epsilon Xi, Norfolk, Va.; Jones, Anne Harmon, Nor- 
folk, Vo.; Jones, Harvey Theodore, Alpha Phi Omega, Cary. 



Jones, Jo Ann, Kinston; Jones, John Columbus, Richmond, 
Vo.; Jones, Richard Lawrence, Alpha Kappa Psi, Rocking- 
ham; Jones, Sue Brock, Trenton; Jones, Talmage Lloyd, Jr., 

Asheville. 




Joyner, William Clifford, Delta Sigma Pi, Louisburg; Jung, 
Walker, Kannapolis; Kadis, Philip Jacob, Zeta Beta Tau, 
Baltimore, Md.; Kahn, Max Jerald, Zeta Beta Tau, Atlanta, 
Ga.; Kearns, Thomas Francis, Zeta Psi, Bergenfield, N. J. 



Second Row; 



Keever, William Norris, Hiddenite; Keller, George Joseph, 

Chi Psi, Oakley, S. C; Kentopp, Donald E., St. Anthony 
Hall, East Orange, N. J.; Kenyon, William S., Davidson; 
Ketler, Robert Edward, Wyncote, Pa. 



Third Row: 

Kilgo, John Warwick, Charlotte; Kinney, Richard Ned, 
Winston-Salem, Kiser, Edwin Marten, Laurinburg; Knott, 
Jo Anne, Oxford; Krepp, Charles A., Phi Delta Theta, Bolti 
more, Md 



JUNIORS 



Kriegsman, Jacob Burton, Greensboro; Kurtz, Donna Carolyn, 
Charlotte; Loing, Harold Powers, Wilmington; Lambeth, 
Tom Willis, Winston-Salem; Lamm, Roney William, Wilson 



Fifth Row: 

Lottimore, James Gordon, Ellenboro; Lattimore, Nancy 
Frances, Polkville; Leavitt, Richard M., Pi Lambda Phi, 
Greensboro; Lee, Belle Atkins, Chi Omega, Faison; Lefler, 
Trudy Deems, Alpha Gamma Delta, Newton. 



Sixth Row: 

LeGrande, Kothryn Jewel, Doytona Beach, Fla.; Lewis 
Horriette Calloway, Sutherlin, Va.; Lieberman, David Aria, 

Tou Epsilon Phi, Wilmington; Light, Nancy Losell, Old Fort; 
Lilly, Virginia C, Fayetteville. 



Seventh Row: 

Lindemon, Margery Kepper, Virginia Beach, Va.; Lindsley, 
Dell Pritchord, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Williamston; Link, 
Nancy Ann, Raleigh; Lipmon, Edward C, Pi Lambda Phi, 
New Bern; Little, Genet Hardison, Wadesboro. 



Eighth Row: 

Little, Jane Marian, Pi Beta Phi, Charlotte; Lively, Knox 
Kent, III, Reidsville; Livesay, Dorden Rawles, Emporia, Va.; 
Livingston, Frank H., Highlond Park, III ; Loftin, William 

R., Alpha Koppa Psi, Mount Olive. 



Ninth Row: 

Long, Lorry Burkhead, Candor; Looney, Donald Edward, 

Westfield, N. J.; Love, Barbaro Reinhordt, Lmcolnton; 
Lowder, Richard David, Thomasville; Lowder, Robert Henry, 

Albemarle. 



Lowry, Kenneth Francis, Jr., Chi Psi, Troy, Ohio; Lynn, 
John Worth, Petersburg, Va ; Lyon, Steven Grant, Jr., 

Wilkesboro; McCall, Larry Steve, Phi Gamma Delta, Con- 
cord; McColl, Hugh Leon, Jr., Beta Theta Pi, Bennettsville. 
S. C. 




First Row: 

McCormick, John Patrick, Kappa Alpha, Rutherfordton; 
McCurdy, Robert Layton, Kappa Alpha, Florence, S. C; 
McDonald, Mary Allen, Carthage; McFadden, Nancy, Alpha 
Lambda Delta, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Atlanta, Ga.; Me- 
Graw, Elizabeth Hahne, Chi Omega, Charleston, S. C. 



McGuire, Aubrey Lee, Jr., Guilford College; McGuire, 
Thomas Wadford, Delta Sigma Pi, Todd; Mclnnis, David 
Fairley, Jr., Sumter, S. C; McKee, Charles Frederick, Ham- 
let; McKee, Martha Ann, Durham 



McKinney, Roberson Mason, Scronton; McLean, Alice Joan, 

Weaverville; McLean, William Sartor, Phi Gamma Delta, 
Lumberton; McMillan, Colin Riley, Phi Kappa Sigma, 
Houston, Texas; McMullen, Larry Daniel, Phi Delta Theta, 
Yanceyville, 



McMurray, Paul Carlton, Rutherfordton; McNeil, Janet 
Goil, Lenoir; McQueen, Patricia Grace, Lumberton; Me- 
Racken, Robert Eugene, Red Springs; McRae, Jomes Arthur, 

Red Springs. 



Fifth Row: 

McSorley, Marion Joseph, New Bern; Mackie, Carter Gray, 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Point Pleasant, N. J.; Moddison, Jane 
Elisabeth, Scotland Neck; Maddox, Caleb Jones, Kappa 
Sigma, Goldsboro; Maddry, Anne L., Chapel Hill. 



Sixth Row: 

Modry, Isabel MacKenzie, Kinston; Mangum, Fred Love, 
Wadesboro; Mangum, Robert Boyd, Wadesboro; Manning, 
Richard Lee, Jr., Wilmington; Mardre, Harriett Little, 

Windsor. 



JUNIORS 



Seventh Row; 

Moready, Jock Donald, Goldsboro; Marks, Stephen Charles, 
Chi Psi, Hudson, Ohio; Marsh, Wilhelmino Way, Raleigh; 
Marshburn, Berry Daniel, Jr., Chapel Hill; Martin, Alice 
Winifred, Charlotte. 



Eighth Row: 

Martin, James E., Jr., Phi Delta Theta, Chorlotte; Matkins, 
Donald Lewis, Delta Sigma Pi, Pi Nu, Burlington; Motthews, 
Marshall Lawrence, Jr., Winston-Salem; Matthews, Wil- 
liam David, Rockwell; Matthis, James Harold, PI Kappa Phi, 
Warsaw. 



Ninth Row: 

Mattison, Boyd Shaffer, Charlotte; Moultsby, Paul M., Jr., 
Wilmington; Meores, Clyde LeRoy, Chi Phi, Charlotte; 
Meloy, Betty Ann, Washington, D. C; Melton, Anne Ford, 

Charleston, S. C. 



Tenth Row: 

Mercer, Jesse Blond, Elizabeth City; Merritt, James Samuel, 
Jr., Phi Gamma Delta, Roxboro; Methvin, Dura Jane, 
Fayetteville; Michael, William Shaw, Kappa Sigma, Athens, 
Ga.; Michaux, David Marion, III, Sigma Chi, Jacksonville, 
Flo. 




First Row: 

Miller, Anne Marie, Florence, S. C; Miller, Carolyn E., 
Albemarle; Miller, Jimmie Lee, Albemarle; Miller, Roy 
Wayne, Salisbury; Miller, William Stacy, Benson. 



Milnor, Andrew, Wilmington; Milsfed, Carl Stephen, Swans- 
boro; Mitchell, George Evans, Kappo Alpha, Spartanburg, 
S C ; Mitchell, Harold Allen, Sigma Nu, Ahoskie; Mitchell, 
Mory Ruth, Greensboro. 



Mobley, Howard Reid, Jr., Reidsville; Moffett, William 
Joseph, Reidsville; Moise, Albert DeLeon, Chi Phi, Sumter, 
S. C; Molter, John Ormond, Alpha Phi Omega, Charlotte; 
Monteith, James Derel, Sylvo 



Fourth Row: 

Moore, Barbara Gail, Canton; Moore, Edith C, Phi Mu, 
Sylva; Moore, Truman Ellinwood, Jr., Myrtle Beach, S. C; 
Moreland, Bernard B., Greensboro; Morgan, William W., 

Sigma Nu, Canton. 



Morris, Tom A., Sylvo; Morrison, Alex R., Hamlet; Munroe, 
John F., Kappa Alpha, Council; Murphy, John Joseph, Jr., 
Hamlet; Murray, Borbaro MacFodden, Monroe. 



Sixth Row: 

Murray, Josioh Stockton, Beto Theto Pi, Durham; Myers, 
Roy Lee, Condor; Nail, Thurman D., Alpho Kappa Psi, 
Chapel Hill; Notoli, Richard Charles, West New York, 
N. J.; Nelson, Mary Anne, Mebane. 



Neville, Cecil Howell, Jr., Alpha Epsilon Delta, Zeta Psi, 
Scotland Neck; Newcomb, Barboro Ann, Rocky River, Ohio; 
Newsome, Albert Roy, Kappo Alpha, Winston-Salem; New- 
some, Anne Cargill, Hampton, Va ; Newton, Bobby Law- 
rence, Lambda Chi Alpha, Creedmoor. 



Eighth Row: 

Nichols, Robert S., Phi Kappa Sigma, Durham; Niven, 
Annette Harrison, Pi Beta Phi, Charlotte; Norton, Baxter, 
Laurel Hill; Norwood, Joseph, Jr., Wilmington; Nuckles, 
Ronnie C, Burlington. 



JUNIORS 



Ninth Row: 

Ogden, Sherry Leonard, Alexandria, Vo ; Oglesby, E. Randy, 
Greensboro; Oldenburg, Ronald Troy, Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Biloxi, Miss.; Oliver, Dennis Martin, Alpha Tou Omega, 
Norfolk, Va.; Oliver, Doris Evelyn, Greensboro. 



Olmsted, Dodge, Phi Delta Theta, Hanover, Va.; O'Neal, 
Joel Vernon, Middlesex; Oppermann, Marcio Evelyn, Fort 
Bragg; Ortenblad, Morgareto, Goteborg, Sweden; Osborne, 
Thomas Vivian, Jr., Alpha Kappo Psi, Greensboro. 



First Row: 

Overmon, Douglas Ray, PI Kappa Alpha, Dunn; Owen, 
Duncan Shaw, Jr., Fayetteville; Owens, Sue Barbara, Charles- 
ton, S C; Owens, Wiley Lee, Fountain; Palmer, Charles 

Keith, Kappa Sigma, Timmonsville, S. C. 



Second Row: 

Parker, Betty Stornes, Hubert; Parker, Chorles Thomas, 
Gostonio; Parker, Floyd Carson, Oxford; Parker, John 
Marshall, Chapel Hill; Parker; Matilda E., Goldsboro. 



Third Row: 

Parker, Theodore Norwood, Clinton; Pate, William Snyder, 
Pikeville; Patterson, Donald Lee, China Grove; Potterson, 
Peggy Louise, Sanford; Patterson, Sally Hackney, Kappa 
Delta, Charlotte. 



Payne, Donald Nolle, Carrboro; Payne, Gordon Reames, 

Theto Chi, Gostonio; Paysour, Conrad F., Jr., Chopel Hill; 
Peay, Jean Lewis, Tabor City; Peedin, Edward Vance, Selma. 



Peeler, Claudia Williams, Durham; Pence, Willis Nothaniel, 
Jr., Delta Psi Omega, Albemarle; Perdue, Mortho Ann, 
Louisburg; Perry, Ronald Proctor, Wendell; Phelps, Jon 
Julian, Phi Kappa Sigma, Winston-Salem. 



JUNIORS 



Sixth Row: 

Phillips, Bruce Leon, Bakersville; Phillips, Fred Gary, Char- 
lotte; Phillips, Sylvia Lorraine, Greensboro; Pierce, Richard 
Perry, Raleigh; Pitt, Thomas C, Rocky Mount. 



Pittard, John Charles, Raleigh; Planer, Richard William, Tau 

Epsilon Phi, Gostonio; Plott, James Franklin, Lexington; 
Plumlee, Claude Armstrong, Jr., Sigma Chi, Charlotte; Pol- 
londer, Peter Sherman, Alpha Phi Omega, Lambda Chi 
Alpha, Montreal, Canada. 



Eighth Row: 

Pollard, William Robert, Theta Chi, Farmville; Poole, James 
Gregory, Phi Delta Theto, Raleigh; Poole, Joan Benning, 
Dillwyn, Va.; Porter, David Darlington, Atlanta, Go.; Porter- 
field, Jackie, Greensboro. 



Porterfield, William Wendell, Richmond, Va ; Poston, Chal- 
mers Whithort, Columbia, S. C; Poteot, Mary-Allen, Marion; 
Powell, Kenneth Alton, Valdese; Powell, William Thomas, 

Chapel Hill. 



Tenth Row: 

Powell, Woodson Leo, Pittsboro; Powledge, Fred Arlius, 
Raleigh; Prago, Barbara, Greensboro; Pressly, Betty Dale, 
Charlotte; Prestwood, Borboree Arlene, Lenoir. 




First Row: 

Prestwood, Shirlee Madeline, Lenoir; Price, Glenn Arliss, 

Theta Chi, Asheville; Price, Sonford Scott, Clinton; Pridgen, 
Edward N., Beta Theta Pi, Fayetteville; Prince, Fred L., 

Charlotte. 



JUNIORS 



Second Row: 

Pringle, Alonzo J., Hi, Kernersville; Pritchett, Mebone 
Moore, Phi Delta Theta, Lenoir; Proctor, Frances Gilkey, 
Marion; Proffit, Sara Thomas, Erwin; Pruett, William Henry, 

Asheville. 



Third Row: 

Quinn, Galen Lamar, Cherryville; Ramsay, James Graham, 
Jr., Washington; Rand, Cecil Holmes, Delta Kappa Epsilon, 
Fremont; Rand, Joe Higdon, Wilson; Rotcliffe, Robert 
Richard, Beta Theta Pi, Reidsville. 



Ratledge, Billy Roy, Guilford College, Rotledge, Bobby Jay, 
Guilford College; Ratley, Duncan Crawford, Fairmont; 
Rough, James P., Jr., Delta Kappa Epsilon, Rosemont, Pa.; 
Ray, William Thomas, Charlotte, 



Fifth Row: 

Reece, Davis Nonce, Phi Mu Alpha, Chapel Hill; Reese, 
Elizabeth Anderson, High Point; Regehr, James R., Char 
lotte; Reid, Frances Margaret, Asheville, Reid, John Dwight, 

Richlands. 



Sixth Row: 

Remig, Melbo Barbara, Clearwater, Fla ; Renegor, Elmer 
Grant, Jr., Southern Pines; Reynolds, Theodore Reoves, 

Wrightsville; Rhoodes, Vode G., Alpha Phi Omega, Phi 
Beta Kappa, McGrady; Rhule, Claude M., Charleston, 
W, Va. 



Seventh Row: 

Rhyne, Alfred Leonard, Gastonia; Richardson, Bobby Arthur, 

Alpho Epsilon Delta, Bessemer City; Richardson, Clarence 
Linwood, Selmo; Richardson, James Corroll, Phi Gamma 
Delta, Marion; Richardson, Martha Anne, Midlothian, Va. 



Eighth Row: 

Riley, Betty Jane, Onancock, Va ; Roberson, Sarah Elizabeth, 

Williomston; Roberts, John B., Sigma Chi, Charlotte; 
Roberts, William Garner, Leaksville; Robertson, Lewis Ford, 

Frederick, Md. 



Robeson, John Andrew, Hickory; Robinson, Arthur Grove, 
Mars Hill; Robinson, Ida Mitchell, Jackson, Miss ; Robinson, 
Ralph Smyrc, Jr., Alpha Kappa Psi, Gastonia; Rogers, Bobby 
Eugene, Charlotte. 



Rogers, Ivey G., Delta Sigma Pi, Blanch; Rogers, Jimmy 
Roy, Phi Mu Alpha, Tabor City; Rooke, Thomas Leon, Roa- 
noke Rapids; Rose, Bobby Pratt, Kenly; Rosenstock, Louis 
Howard, Zeta Beta Tou, Baltimore, Md. 




Rothman, Glorio Ann, Arlington, Vo ; Rothschild, Noncy, 
Columbus, Go.; Royall, Pomelo Allen, Goldsboro; Rucker, 
Mary Lois, Chi Omega, Spindole; Rue, Emilie Marie, Ra- 
leigh. 



Second Row: 

Ruffin, Anne Wolfley, Pink Hill; Rush, Eleanor Ruth, 
Asheboro; Rush, Wiley Douglas, Kappa Alpha, Greensboro; 
Russell, James Ronald, Lexington, Sabiston, William Devine, 

Carthage. 



Third Row: 

Sadler, Benjamin, Greensboro; Soine, George Donald, Cherry- 
ville; Sanders, Neltie Louise, Charleston, S. C; Sanders, 
Phil Sneod, Four Oaks; Satterfield, Walter Boren, Charlotte. 



Fourth Row: 

Sounders, Joanne, Norfolk, Va.; Sounders, Lorry Melvin, 
Tau Epsiion Phi, Norfolk, Va.; Savage, Betty Jane Worsham, 
Southern Pines; Savvos, Tykey, High Point; Schild, Ray- 
mond S., Tau Epsiion Phi, Conwoy, S. C. 



Fifth Row: 

Schlopkohl, Chorles J., Alpha Phi Omega, Norfolk, Va.; 
Schoof, Linda Ann, Charlotte; Schrimsher, Frank Lodwick, 
Charlotte; Scott, Bryan Myers, Chi Phi, New Bern; Scott, 
Leslie Andrew, Jackson Heights, N. Y. 



Sixth Row: 

Scroggs, Joonno Hill, Chapel Hill, Seors, Woodrow Harmon, 
Jr., Kappa Alpha, Raleigh; Sechrest, Jomes Forrell, Thomas- 
ville; Self, William Edward, Sigma Phi Epsiion, Shelby; 
Semmes, Flournoy Selden, Pi Beta Phi, Memphis, Tenn. 



JUNIORS 



Seventh Row: 

Settlemyre, Shelley, Jr., Hickory; Setzer, David Everette, 
New London; Setzer, Fermon Tim, Rural Hall; Sewell, John 

Mitchell, Jr., Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Kappa Alpha, Murfrees- 
boro; Sexton, George W., Tarboro. 



Eighth Row: 

Seyfert, Carolyn Hayes, New Castle, Pa.; Sholibo, Virginia 
Claire, Signal Mountain, Tenn.; Shonkle, Clemm Horry, 
Troy; Sharp, Alan Wallace, Greensboro; Show, Mary Sud- 
duth, Charlotte. 



Ninth Row: 

Show, Roy Elsworth, Jr., Chapel Hill, Show, Stanley S., II, 
Asheville; Showcross, Williom Edgerton, Norfolk, Va.; 
'Sheorin, William George, Wake Forest; Sheets, James 
Albert, Winston-Salem. 



Sheffield, Gory Singleton, Sigma Chi, Greensboro; Shelly, 
Robert Gardiner, Delta Kappa Epsiion, Virginia Beach, Va.; 
Shermer, Richard Wayne, Phi Eta Sigma; Sherrill, Luby T., 
Jr., Concord; Shingleton, Foy Vincent, Sigma Nu, Wilson. 




First Row: 

Short, Jomes G., Jr., Wadesboro; Shuford, Nancy Pope, 
Hickory; Shuford, William Ferrell, Jr., Alpha Epsilon Delta, 
Clinton; Sillay, M. Jeanne, Atlanta, Go.; Simmons, W. 
Elizabeth, Bessemer City. 



Second Row: 

Skinner, James McElveen, Winston Salem; Sloger, Julian 
H., Jr., Zeto Beta Tou, Montgomery, Ala.; Slichter, Jane 
McKinnon, Milwaukee, Wis.; Sloan, Edword M., Jr., Chapel 
Hill; Smith, Addison Neal, Woodleaf. 



JUNIORS 



Third Row: 

Smith, Alvin Word, Sigma Nu, Swansboro; Smith, Clarence 
Edwards, Jr., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Raleigh; Smith, Edna Anne, 
Fairmont; Smith, James E., Jarrettsville, Md., Smith, Jerry 
Edward, Kernersville. 



Smith, Laurie N., Alpha Epsilon Delta, Spartanburg, S. C; 
Smith, Loyd Baxter, Shelby; Smith, Patricia McKey, Kappa 
Alpha Theta, Washington, D. C; Smith, Theodore Roose- 
velt, Jr., Tau Kappa Epsilon, Sea Cliff, N. Y.; Smith, 
Thomas B., Jr., Liberty. 



Fifth Row: 

Smith, Virginia M., Chapel Hill; Smoot, David Madison, 
Wake Forest; Smoot, Thomos Arthur, III, Greenville; Snove- 
ly. Brant R., Zeta Psi, Winston-Salem; Snell, William 
Franklin, Winston-Salem. 



Snipes, Herman Glasgow, Chi Phi, Knoxville, Tenn.; Snyder, 
Thomas M., Jr., Lexington; Solomon, John Henry, Wilming- 
ton; Southerlond, Marian Juanito, Durham; Sparrow, Sidney 

Thomas, Chapel Hill. 



Seventh Row: 

Spencer, James Klein, Alpha Kappa Psi, Matthews; Spencer, 
Jesse Garnet, Farmville; Spivak, Joel Allyn, St Anthony 
Hall, Englewood, N. J.; Spivey, Mary Rhea, Windsor; 
Spruill, Philip Allen, Elizabeth City. 



Eighth Row: 

Stack, Ralph Poison, Greensboro; Stollings, John William, 
III, Sigma Nu, Wilson; Stalnoker, Clayton Lee, Spindale; 
Stalvey, Anne, Lumberton; Starling, Donald Craig, Alpha 
Phi Omega, Burlington. 



Steele, Harry Coe, Kappa Alpha, North Wilkesboro; Steele, 
Kenneth Leigh, Burlington; Steinhards, Inora, Milledgeville, 
Go ; Stem, Jasper Graham, Oxford; Stephens, Nancy Mont- 
gomery, Louisville, Ky. 



Stephens, William Mac, Winston-Salem; Stephenson, Lonnie 
George, Phi Eta Sigma, Halifax; Still, Marjorie, Hillsboro; 
Stock, Richard Martin Hume, Lumberton; Stockton, Barbara 
Joan, Charlotte. 





Stokes, Helen Marie, Lexington; Stokes, Sidney Durham, 
Lenoir; Stout, William Allen, Romseur; Strause, Leonard, 
Charlotte; Stringfield, Meredith, Chapel HiM. 



Stuart, Robert Urban, Kernersville; Suitt, Nancy Joan, Dur- 
ham; Summerell, Ellen, Gastonio; Summey, Brett Taylor, 
West Jefferson; Surles, Charlie William, Jr., Dunn. 



Surrett, Charles Eugene, High Point; Suttle, Nancy Leigh, 

Chi Omega, Charlotte; Sutton, Edward Wike, Alpha Epsilon 
Delta, Phi Delta Theto, Cullowhee; Talley, Royol Bradsher, 
Jr., Fuquay Springs; Tally, William Parhom, Chapel Hill. 



Tart, Clarence Lee, Kappa Sigma, Dunn; Tayloe, Josh, Phi 
Gamma Delta, Woshington; Taylor, Roy Doil, Greenville; 
Teck, Bruce Jay, Norfolk, Vo.; Teer, George W., Jr., Hills- 
boro. 



Terrell, Glenn Doyle, Durham; Thames, Lorry David, Alpha 
Kappa Psi, Charlotte; Thorrington, Frances Marie, Hender- 
son; Thiele, Richard Frederic, Atlanta, Ga.; Thomas, Edwin 
Scott, Asheboro. 



Thomas, Margaret Anne, Raleigh; Thomas, Ruth Borkley, 

Alpha Delta Pi, Sanford; Thompson, Carolyn Stuart, White- 
ville; Thompson, Charles Jefferson, Pi Delta Phi, Salisbury, 
Thompson, Lois Bertelle, Stotesville. 



Seventh Row; 

Thornton, Robert Holton, Foyetteville; Thornton, Zone Grey, 
Benson; Thuemmler, Herbert A., Voldese; Timberloke, 
George Noblin, Nelson, Va.; Toler, Mourice Sanders, Prince- 
ton. 



JUNIORS 



Eighth Row: 

Trent, William Ernest, Reidsville; Tripp, Cecil De Wayne, 
Shalotte; Turem, Jerry Sheldon, Jacksonville; Turner, 
Daniel Carmer, Jr., Chapel Hill; Turner, Perry Albert, Jr., 

Hickory. 



Turpin, Jerry Williams, Reidsville; Tyler, Earl Runyon, Zeto 
Psi, Durham; Tyler, Jock Lloyd, Chapel Hill; Tyler, Morie 
Elizabeth, Rocky Mount; Umstead, Charles Parker, Phi 

Kappa Sigma, Durham. 



Tenth Rowr 

Vann, John Daniel, III, Greenville; Van Sise, Joan Lee, 

Huntington, N. Y.; Venters, Leon Stephens, Delta Sigma Pi, 
Trenton; Von Biberstein, Richard, Pi Kappa Phi, Burgan; 
Wobberson, Melinda, Hamlet. 




Wogner, Bobby Moton, Lexington; Wolker, Lawrence 
Grumpier, Jr., Chi Psi, Mount Airy; Walker, Oscar Blair, 
Gastonia; Walker, Susan Leah, Wilmington; Wall, Robert 
Hennis, Mount Airy. 



Wallace, Mary Jane, Zeto Tau Alpha, Durham; Walser, 
Joseph Gaither, III, Phi Gamma Delta, High Point; Walsh, 
James Ralph, Theta Chi, Lenoir; Walters, Sara Culbreth, 

Greensboro. 



Third Row: 

Ward, Blaine Sherrill, Ramseur; Ward, David Livingstone, 

Delta Kappa Epsilon, New Bern; Worlick, John Drew, Jack- 
sonville; Warren, James Norman, Delta Psi Omega, Lenoir; 
Waters, Harold Lee, Phi Eta Sigma, Jacksonville. 



JUNIORS 



Waters, Richord Jomes, Livingston, N J ; Watkins, Kenneth 

A., Lillington; Wotson, Reno Miranda, Raleigh; Watts, 
Thomas Morton, Lombda Chi Alpha, Bryson City; Weathers, 
Gerald Gene, Shelby 



Fifth Row: 

Weaver, John William, Jr., Durham; Weaver, Macon Moore, 
Apex; Weover, Zebulon, III, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Asheville; 
Weiss, Charles Rommond, Brevard; Wells, Donn A., Albert- 
son. 



Wells, Mory Louise, Asheville; Wells, Samuel Fogle, Jr., 
Reidsville; Welsh, Lila Lane, Monroe; Wender, Joan V., 

Highland Park, III.; Wender, Judith V., Highland Pork, III. 



Seventh Row: 

West, Barbara Jone, Jacksonville, Fla.; West, Carroll 
Thomas, Chapel Hill; West, Juan Ramon, Winston-Salem; 
Westbrook, Alice Fay, Charlotte; Westmoreland, Dean B., 

Kings Mountain, 



Eighth Row: 

Wholey, Hobort, Chapel Hill; Whedbee, Mabel Martin, 
Hertford; Wheeler, Clarence J., Durham; Wheeler, Lucius 
P., Jr., Washington; Whisenant, Bennette E., Delta Sigma 
Pi, Morganton. 



Ninth Row: 

Whisnant, Howard Eugene, Gastonia, Whisnont, James 
Luther, Gostonia, White, John Jennings, Sigma Nu, Hender- 
son; Whitfield, Durward Garland, III, Charlotte; Whitfield, 
Katharine Rose, Kmston. 



Whitty, Reba Ann, New Bern; Wicker, Bryant Kelly, San- 
ford; Wilkerson, Polly Ann, Kenly; Wilkins, James Foir- 
child, Lynchburg, Va.; Wilkinson, Robert McLoin, Winston- 
Salem, 




Williams, Anderson Townley, Wilson; Williams, Charles 
Augustus, Charlotte; Williams, Dal Joseph, Elizabeth City; 
Williams, Elizabeth Cross, Raleigh; Williams, Helen Olivia, 

Pi Beta Phi, Wilmington. 



Williams, Larry Ritchie, Kappa Alpho, Concord; Williams, 
Sebelio Inex, Chinquapin; Williams, Shirley Ann, Burlington; 
Williamson, Mary Saunders, Greensboro; Willingham, Paul 

Ed, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Sigma, Ridgely, Tenn. 



Willsey, Joon Francis, Norfolk, Va.; Wilson, Hoseo Elbert, 
Sigma Chi, Danville, Va.; Wilson, Maurice H., Jr., Alpha 
Kappa Psi, Charlotte; Wimberley, Joseph Powell, III, Battle- 
boro; Wirsching, Charles Philipp, High Point. 



Fourth Row: 

Womble, James Raphael, Rocky Mount; Wood, Timothy, 
Chapel Hill; Woodard, Billy Thomas, Selmo; Woodard, 
Kathryn Elson, Scotland Neck; Woodard, Warden Lewis, Jr., 

Beaufort. 



Fifth Row: 

Woodlief, Catherine 0., Louisburg; Woodlief, William 
Thomas, Rondleman; Woods, Andy Green, Phi Gamma 
Delta, Danville, Va.; Worsley, Gerald Killian, Greenville; 
Worthington, Thomas L., Kinston. 



JUNIORS 



Sixth Row: 

Wrenn, John Gilbert, Roxboro; Wright, Anthony Byrum, 
Charlotte; Yeopanis, Ponos Andrew, Lambda Chi Alpha, 
Lumberton; Yelverton, Fred Becton, Wilson; Yost, William 
Francis, Weaverville. 



Young, Douglas Morton, Salisbury; Young, Robert Francis, 

Richmond Hill, N. Y.; Young Robert Terry, Asheville; 
Zickgraf, William Grant, Phi Delta Theto, Franklin. 




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SOPHOMORES 



First Row: 

Abernethy, Don Leslie, Camp Lejeune; Adair, 
Donald Gront, Gastonia; Adams, Charles Gil- 
bert, Four Oaks, Adams, John Patrick, Ashe- 
boro; Adams, Jordan Eldred, Sanford, Aldred, 
William Murray, Jr., Durham 



Second Ro 



Guy, 



■aid William, Traphill; Alford, 
Hendersonville; Amy, John V., 
Smiths Falls, Ontario, Canada; Anderson, 
George D., Pi Kappa Phi, Aberdeen; Ansell, 
David K., Tau Epsilon Phi, Allenhurst, New 
Jersey; Aront, Vivian Estelle, Orangeburg, 5. C. 



Third Row: 

Armstrong, Darrell Franklin, Roanoke Rapids; 
Artope, George Raymond, Pi Koppa Alpha, 
Greensboro; Ashby, Charles A., Sigma Nu, Gar- 
den City, Long Island, Ashford, Charles Hall, 
Jr., Delta Kappa Epsilon, New Bern; Askew, 
Atwood Newsome, Rich Square; Atwater, James 
T., Greensboro. 



Fourth Row: 

Avery, Erwin Theodore, Winston-Salem; Bobson, 
Donald Belton, Ash; Baggett, Robert Franklin, 
Smithfield; Boiley, Leslie Rand, Cholybeato 
Springs; Baird, Nolan Dudley, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon, Augusta, Ga ; Boldridge, William Paul, 
Beta Theta Pi, Winston-Salem. 



Fifth Row: 

Boldwin, William Howard, Rockingham; Ballew, 
William Ralph, Hickory; Bonks, Otis Gordon, 
Cory; Banzet, Julius Edmond, Alpha Phi Omega, 
Warrenton; Berber, Howard Curtis, Wilmington; 
Barber, Milton A., Mi, Zefa Psi, Lexington 



Sixth Row 



arrboro, Borden, 
Alfred Lawrence, 



Borbour, Marvin Lindsay 

Milton Barrett, Boone, Barl 

Semora; Barringer, Michele Loron, Ne 

Basinger, Buzzy, Charlotte, Bass, Eddie Ci 

ton, Formville. 



Seventh Row: 

Baynes, Gerald Toylor, London, Ohio; Beam, 

Dennis Anthony, Jr., Phi Kappa Sigma, Shelby, 

Beoman, John Branch, Ahoskie; Beard, Benton 

Linwood, Fayetteville; Beaver, Terry Allen, 

Statesville; Becknell, Robert Miller, Rocky 
Mount. 



Eighth Ro 



Ber 



Benolken, George Herbert, Jr., Burlington; 
ger, Quinn Albert, Sayville, N Y ; Bikle, John 
George, Jr., Raleigh; Black, Baxter Franklin, 
Konnapohs, Black, Foye Forbus, Jr., Forest City; 
Blockwelder, John Morris, Kappa Alpha, States- 
ville. 



Ninth Row: 

Blackwood, Robert He 
William James, Zeta P- 
Phillip Paul, Whitaker, Pa ; 
Green, Jr., Whitokers; Boes< 
Winston-Salem; Boggs. Roy Di: 



npton, Carrboro; Blair, 

, Morehead City; Blazer, 

Pa ; Bloomer, Oliver 

Boese, Fred Merritt, 

Voldese. 



Tenth Row: 

Borden, Mitchell P., Jr., Charlotte, Bost, Wil- 
liam Stuart, Jr., Zeta Psi, Greenville; Bostic, 
Thod Stevens, Kappa Alpha, Forest City; Bou- 
dreou, Girord Edgar, Jr., Delta Upsilon, North 
Augusta, S, C; Bourne, John Lothan, Reids- 
ville; Bowles, Wade Anderson, Statesville 




SOPHOMORES 



First Row: 

Bowman, Charles Harwood, Jr., Southern Pines; 
Brodfield, S. Smith, Phi Gamma Delta, Ashe- 
ville, Bradsher, Sidney Preston, Milton; Brand- 
ner, Larie Kent, Beto Theta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, 
Arlington, Vo,; Braswell, John Thomas, Marsh- 
ville; Brauer, Ellen Evelyn, Delta Phi Alpha, 
Chapel Hill. 



Second Row: 

Braxton, H. Harrison, Jr., Pi Kappa Alpha, 
Chose City, Vo.; Brewer, Wesley Scott, Durhom; 
Bridgers, George Carlton, Rowland; Bridgers, 
William Ashley, Jr., Zeta Psi, Wilson; Briggs, 
Ernest Ray, Sanford; Britt, Robert Carl, Lum- 
berton. 



Third Row: 

Brown, Homer Clark, Jr., High Point; Brown, 
Julian Cleo, Jr., Candler; Bryan, Joseph Me- 
Kinley, Jr., Greensboro; Bryce, George Wilder, 
Jr., Alpha Phi Omega, Hamlet; Bulla, Thurman 
Clifton, Asheboro; Bunch, Charles Ledbetter, 
Jr., Statesville. 



Fourth Row: 

Burrell, Frederick William, Sigma Nu, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa; Burress, William Wallace, East 
Orange, N. J.; Burton, Ernest Steven, High 
Point; Callicott, Joe H., Jr., Beta Theta Pi, 
Greensboro; Campbell, Chorles Woodrow, James- 
town; Campbell, Hugh Edward, Laurinburg. 



Fifth Row: 

Canas, Juan Jose, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba; 
Conoutos, Andrew A. G., Kure Beoch; Contrell, 
Charles Ray, Durham; Capps, Thomas Edward, 

Phi Gamma Delta, Wilmington; Carmichoel, 
Jerry Gaylon, High Point; Carper, Ashby Thur- 
man, Jr., Pi Kappa Phi, Gastonio. 



Sixth Row: 

Carr, Gabriel Paul, Jr., Hillsboro; Carriker, 
Donald Malloy, Charlotte; Carroll, Lorry Win- 
ford, St. Pauls; Corter, John M., Madison; 
Casey, James Broodus, High Point; Cotes, 
Carvie Calvin, Henderson. 



Seventh Row: 

Cotes, Donald Brooks, Phi Delta Theta, Poison; 
Cathey, Dennis Edward, Charlotte; Coufield, 
Tommy A., Jacksonville; Cecil, Richard Colbert, 
Jr., Lambda Chi Alpho, Fayetteville; Cherry, 
Morcus Cicero Stephen, Phi Delta Theta, Mount 
Olive; Chester, Wayne Scagroves, Pittsboro. 



Eighth Row: 

Christian, Richard Ray, Santord, Christian, Vir- 
gil Holcomb, Mount Airy; Christian, William 
Gerow, Jr., Kappa Alpha, Vicksburg, Miss.; 
Clopp, Joseph Mark, Greensboro; Clark, Devon 
Mack, Chopel Hill; Clark, Gerald Duane, Bur- 
lington 



Ninth Row: 

Clark, Jon Barrett, Charlotte; Coburn, Robert 
Lee, Jr., Williomston; Cole, Jerry Robert; Phi 
Kappa Sigma, New Bern; Conrad, Robert B., 
Raleigh; Cook, Stanley Galpin, Pinehurst; Cool- 
man, Thomas Beecher, Chi Psi, Ann Arbor, 
Mich 



Tenth Row: 

Corbin, Henry Jefferson, Jr., Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Florence, S. C; Covell, Charles VonOrden, Jr., 
St. Anthony Hall, Christchurch, Va.; Cowon, 
Morvin Russell, Williomston; Craig, Julian Car- 
roll, Swonnonoa; Craig, William Franklin, Jr., 
Charlotte; Crews, Nat Sullivan, Sigma Phi 
Epsilon, Winston-Salem. 




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SOPHOMORES 



First Row: 

Crocker, Nathan Thomas, III, Rocky Mount; 
Crook, Myron Dudley, Phi Kappo Sigma, Arling- 
fon, Vq ; Crouse, Paul Odell, Winston-5alem; 
Crumpler, Jomes Fulton, Jr., Sigma Nu, Rocky 
Mount. Currin, George Spencer, Middleburg, 
Cutter, John H., Phi Kappa Sigma, Charlotte. 



Second Row: 

Daggerhort, Buddy Arnold, Raleigh; Dorden, 
James Robert, Jacksonville; Dornell, William 
Gordon, Jr., Phi Delta Theto, Murphy; Daugh- 
try, Curtiss Wilson, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Smith- 
fieid, Daughtry, Glenn Douglos, Mount Olive; 
Dovis, Charles McMillan, Louisburg. 



Third Row: 

Davis, Gus Louis, Moreheod City, Davis, Warren 
Thomas, III, Pi Kappa Alpha, Nashvilie; Daw- 
kins, John Earl, Jr., Mount Gilead; Day, Bobby 
S., Angier; Dixon, Jomes Franklin, Clinton; 
Dixon, Joseph Earl, Moreheod City. 



Fourth Row: 

Door, Jomes Fraser, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Char- 
lotte, Dobson, Ervin Garrison, Beulaville; Doss, 
Dale Wolter, Birmingham, Ala., Douty, Christo- 
pher Morris, Washington, D C , Dowell, Douglas 
Floyd, Voldese; Drake, Claude Walloce, Jr., 



Fifth Row: 

Duncan, Allie Hamilton, Roanoke Rapids; Dur- 
ham, Williom Henry, Winston-Salem; Eaves, 
Robert Wendell, Jr., Phi Delta Theta, Washing- 
ton, D. C , Ediich, Theodore Julius, III, Sigma 
Nu, New York, N, Y.; Edmundson, Hoywood, 
IV, Zeta Psi, Wilson, Edwards, Ellison Francis, 
Chodbourn. 



Sixth Row: 

Edwords, Reuben Bryan, Jr., Raleigh, Elliott, 
Eric David, Raleigh; English, Edward Yonder, 
Rocky Mount, Eubonks, Clayton A., Jr., Chor- 
lotte; Evans, Donald Frederick, Sigma Chi, 
Greensboro; Evans, Eli N., Tou Epsilon Phi, 
Durham. 



Seventh Row: 

Evans, Leon Edwords, Jr., Winterville; Foir, 
Ronnie Louis, Alpha Phi Omega, Thomosville, 
Forrell, Lewis Hoytt, Pittsboro; Faulkner, John 
Edward, Jacksonville; Fentner, Chorles Jomes, 
Carrboro; Ferreiro, Jock Everett, Elkin. 



Eighth Row: 

Fincher, Jomes Reid, Konnopolis; Finney, Thomas 
Fronklin, Elkm; Fisher, Wiley Vick, Jr., Battle- 
boro; Flack, Charles Zorah, Jr., Kappa Alpha, 
Forest City, Flynt, Stouber Miner, Elkm, Foster, 
John Sonford, Siqma Alpha Epsilon, Fairfield, 



Ninth Row: 

Foust, Potsy Ann, Lexington; Fowler, Bruce 
Owen, Durham; Fox, Richard Lee, Winston- 
Salem; Frank, Richord Edword, Greensboro; 
Frye, Williom Roger, Pinehurst; Fuller, Robert 
Hope, Kappa Alpha, Gastonia. 



Tenth Row: 

Fuller, Robert Virgil, Graham; Funk, Margaret 
Eunice, Chi Omega, Seaford, Del.; Futrell, James 
Thomas, High Point; Goca, Giles John, West 
Mifflin, Po.; Goddy, Christopher Donald, Son- 
ford; Goddy, Walter Harold, Ingold 



SOPHOMORES 



First Row: 

Gaillord, Samuel Robert, Balfour; Gallogher, 
John Michael, Kappcj Sigma, Chapel Hill; Game, 
Jock Douglas, Chi Psi, Bryson City; Gorrell, 
Jimmy Woodard, Tabor City; Garrou, Benjamin, 
Vaidese; Gay, Archibald Cree, Jackson. 



Second Row: 

Gay, Francis Normon, Raleigh; Goy, Jomes E., 
Ill, Beta Theto Pi, Winston-Solem; Gibbs, John 
G., Jr., Greenville; Gilbert, Homer Orlond, Jr., 
Chorlotte; Giles, Horry McCorley, Jr., Gastonia; 
Gilliland, Leslie, Jr., Pinehurst. 



Third Row: 

Gilreoth, Charles Sidney, Wilkesboro; Glatzer, 
Maurice, Pi Lambda Phi, Kensington, Md,; 
Glenn, Joseph Carroll, Raleigh; Glenn, Poxson 
Biddulph, Beta Theta Pi, Winston-Salem; Glover, 
Dole Price, Phi Mu Alpha, Chapel Hill; Good, 
Jomes Calvin, Jr., Gibsonville. 



Fourth Row: 

Gobble, Everette Kinsman, Hamlet; Godfrey, 
Clayton Thomas, Ashbury, N. J; Godwin, 
William London, Phi Eta Sigma, Smithfeld, 
Goins, Clarence Adrian, Phi Kappa Sigma, 
Burlington; Goodson, Clive Irvin, Winston- 
Salem; Goodwin, Richard Anthony, Chapel Hill 



Fifth Row: 

Gorman, John Alfred, Chi Psi, Winterville; 
Graves, David Lee, Seagrove; Gray, Franklin 
Vail, Zeta Psi, Henderson, Groy, John Springer, 
Jr., Zeta Psi, Statesville; Gray, Raymond Flet- 
cher, Snow Hill; Groybeol, Eorl B., Jr., West 
Jefferson. 



Sixth Row: 

Green, Billy Edword, Chapel Hill; Green, Eddie 
Roger, Lambda Chi Alpha, Winston-Salem, 
Greenwoy, John W., Jr., High Point; Greer, 
Jomes Walter, Old Fort; Gregson, James Edwin, 
Jr., Asheboro; Grisette, Ulysses Riddle, Jr., 
Vaidese. 



Seventh Row: 

Groce, William Harold, Jr., Sigma Nu, Ashe- 
boro; Hageseth, Gaylord Terrenee, Minot, N. D,; 
Hoire, Robert Phillip, West Jefferson; Holl, 
Kenneth Spough, Winston-Salem; Hall, William 
Johnston, Jr., Kannapolis; Hamrick, Clifford 
Elijah, Jr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Boiling Springs, 



Eighth Row: 

Hamrick, Philip Laxton, Kappa Alpha, Mount 
Holly; Honey, Roy Earl, Gibson; Hardee, Lewis 
Jefferson, Jr., Southport; Hordesty, William 
Robert, Shannon; Hargitt, Richard Joseph, 
Sigma Nu. Seaford, Del.; Horper, Janet, Jack- 



Ninth Row: 

Harriett, Albert Lee, Pollocksville; Harrington, 
Ralph Stephen, Broadway; Harrison, Jomes G., 
Jr., Charleston, S. C; Hartsell, Lorry D., Albe- 
marle; Hortsoe, Gorlond Cecil, Newton; Horvell, 
Williom Eorl, Leiand. 



Tenth Row: 

Horword, William Myrick, Oakboro; Hastings, 
Jock Madison, Kernersville; Haynie, Duke Mc- 
Clory, Fayetteville; Haywood, John Robert, 
South Norfolk, Va.; Heath, Thomas Newton, 
Cove City; Heoth, Willie Roy, Hubert. 




SOPHOMORES 



First Row; 

Hedrick, Paul Perry, Lenoi 
Eugene, Hamlet; Herring, 
Springs, Hester, Roger L 
Hicks, Charles Montgomer 



; Herndon, Robert 
Billy Roy, Seven 
ine, Jr., Durham, 
, Sigma Nu, Wil- 



lington; Hicks, Robert Bain, New London. 



Second Row: 

Hilgerdt, John F., Great Neck, N Y ; Hines, 
Hugh Bogle, Hiddenite; Hines, Robert, Kinston, 
Hobbs, William Golen, Phi Delta Theta, Chapel 
Hill; Hoffler, Marvin Leon, Sunbury; Hogoboom, 
Pieter Lowe, Phi Delta Theta, Arlington, Va 



Third Row: 

Hoke, Kenneth Alvin, StatesvMIe; Holden, 
George Wall, Sigma Nu, Henderson, Holding, 
Horry B., Wake Forest; Holmes, James Hough- 
ton, Mt Airy; Holyfield, Joseph Fronklin, Rock- 
tord; Hoover, Robert McCurry, Sigma Nu, 
Anderson, S. C, 



Fourth Row: 



Hor 



Horney, Harriet Terwilliger, Chapel 
thai, Louis Phillip, Jr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Tarboro, 
House, Edword Lee, Jr., Lincolnton; Howard, 
Robey Andrew, Charlotte; Howdy, Frederick 
Howard, Washington; Huff, Carl Wesley, Hen- 
derson 



Fifth Row: 

Huffman, Benny Leonard, Valdese; Hughes, 
Peter Beach, Highland Park, III ; Hummel, 
William Hicks, Durham; Humphrey, Robert 
Franklin, Jr., Burgaw; Ingram, Carter Dalton, 
High Point; Isenhower, Frederick Neil, Conover 



Sixth Row: 

Jackson, Carlisle, Jr., Clinton; Jarmon, Cecil 
Albert, Jr., Kappa Alpha, Wilson; Jenkins, 
William Russell, Walstonburg; Johnson, Donald 
Gene, Walnut Cove; Johnson, E. Dovid, Winston- 
Salem, Johnson, Jesse Wesley, Jr., Kappa Sigma, 
Hickory, 



Seventh Row: 

Johnson, Lewis Bernard, Forest City; Johnson, 
Raymond Gerald, Hickory; Johnston, Julian 
Corr, Spencer, Jolly, Roy Alonzo, Kappa Alpha, 
Chapel Hill, Jones, Gordon London, Jr., Raleigh, 
Jones, Howard Feild, Warrenton. 



Eighth Row: 

Jones, Jock Morsholl, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Savannah, Ga.; Jones, Jeremy Crahan, Foils 
Church, Va.; Jones, William George, Alpha Phi 
Omega, Louisville, Ky.; Joyce, James Lorry, 
Stoneville; Koloyannides, George Tholes, Ra 
leigh; Kane, William Dovid, Norfolk, Va. 



Ninth Row: 

Kantor, Norman D., Far Rockaway, N. Y,; 
Kendall, William Alexander, Shelby, Kerby, 
Donald Court, Charleston Hts., S. C; Keritsis, 
Constontinos Demitrios, Asheville, Kerr, John 
Hosea, Warrenton; Killingsworth, Carl S., Pol- 



'ille. 



Tenth Row: 

Kimzey, Jomes Morris, Sigmo Nu, Brevard; 
Kincoid, James Brandon, Statesville, King, 
Larry Eugene, Gostonio; King, Williom Seymour, 
Stoneville; Kirschner, Horry Culbertson, Candler; 
Kuhns, Robert Lydon, Shrewsbury, N. J. 




SOPHOMORES 



First Row: 

Lambeth, David Thomos, Beta Theta Pi, Greens- 
boro; Landreth, Jomes Robert, Jr., Greensboro, 
Lassiter, Robert Burgess, Kelford; Latham, Wil- 
liam Corson, Bethel; Lovergne, Nelson A., Jr., 
Yauco, Puerto Rico; Leary, William Edward, 
Ahoskie. 



Second Row: 

Leggett, Stanley Dover, Delta Kappa Epsilon, 
Rocky Mount; LeNeove, Marshall Greg, Char- 
lotte; Leonard, Patrick Jackson, Zebulon; Leon- 
ord, Robert McDougol, Hendersonville; Lewis, 
Alex Murdock, Morehead City; Lewis, Jack 
Fleet, Chi Psi, High Point. 



Third Row; 

Lewis, James Randolph, Wilmington; Lewis, 
John B., Jr., Chi Phi, Farmville; Liipfert, Ben- 
iomin Boiley, Jr., Beta Theta Pi, Winston- 
Salem; Linville, Frederick Larry, Kernersville; 
Littleholes, John Powers, Zeta Psi, Chevy Chase, 
Md.; Loftin, Charles Earsen, Mount Holly 



Fourth Row: 

Lohr, Lloyd Dermont, Beta Theta Pi, Lexington; 
Long, Robert Washington, Jr., Conway; Love, 
Richard, Lambda Chi Alpha, Chapel Hill; 
Lowery, John Otis, Jr., Solisbury; Luquire, Max 
Leo, Biscoe; Lynch, Braxton Ray, Selma 



Fifth Row: 

Lyon, Horliec Wingote, Kappa Alpha, Plymouth; 
McAllister, Hormon Corlyle, Jr., Chapel Hill; 
McBride, Chorles Fletcher, Rockingham; McColl, 
David L., Charlotte; McCord, Marcia Jo, Kappa 
Delta, Charlotte; McGee, William Allen, Phi 
Kappa Sigma, Chorleston, S. C. 



Sixth Row: 

Mclver, Duncan E., Jr., Sanford; Mclver, Larry, 

Alpha Tou Omego, East Orange, N, J.; Mc- 
Kenzie, John Charles, West End; McLemore, 
George K., Wendell; McMillan, Donald Shep- 
herd, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Motthews; Mc- 
Millan, Neill Kirby, Chapel Hill. 



Seventh Row: 

McSurely, Alon, Arlington, Va ; Molone, Philip 
Strotton, Chi Phi, Greensboro; Moness, Archi- 
bold Kelly, Jr., Beta Theta Pi, Greensboro; 
Margulies, William Paul, Raleigh; Marley, Edi- 
son Earl, Asheboro; Marriott, John Daughtry, 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Battleboro. 



Eighth Row: 

Martin, John William, Phi Mu Alpha, Mount 
Airy; Martin, Lionel Dean, Durham; Mossey, 
Charles Knox, Jr., Zeta Psi, Durham; Mathis, 
Charles Groy, Jonesville; Maury, Thomas Peter, 
Alpha Tau Omega, Nassau, Bahamas; May, 
Charles Raysor, Ml, Beta Theta Pi, Bennetts- 
ville, S. C. 



Ninth Row: 

Maynord, Gene Harris, Aberdeen; Mayo, 
Gerald Mock, Phi Eta Sigma, Falkland; Meekins, 
Edmund Lindsay, Jr., Raleigh; Meldrum, Mary 
Sink, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Merrill, Isooe 
Lincoln, III, Doytona Beach, Fla.; Merritt, 
James Lee, Pi Kappa Alpha, Mount Airy. 



Tenth Row: 

Merritt, Walter Davis, Jr., Hickory; Miller, 
Albert Bynum, North Wilkesboro; Miller, Ed- 
word James, Grumpier; Miller, Horvcy H., Phi 
Mu Alpha, Salisbury; Mitchell, Jack Warren, 
Paw Creek; Moller, John Desmond, Charlotte 




SOPHOMORES 



First Row: 

Monroe, John Lauchlin, West End, Montgomery, 
Joseph Raymond, Jr., High Point; Montgomery, 
Riley Edward, Concord: Moody, Reginold Enloe, 
Beta Theto Pi, Bryson City; Moore, Claude 
Rudd, Jr., Burlington; Moore, Donald P., 
Raleigh. 



Second Row: 



George 



Moore, Gene Webb, Chorlotte; ^ 
Ervin, Jr., Theta Chi, Oxford; Moore, Guy 
Phillip, Old Fort; Morris, Claudius Stedman, 
Salisbury; Morrisey, Richard James, Fairfield, 
Conn.; Morrison, James Charles, Alpha Tau 
Omega, College Park, Md. 



Third Row: 

Moser, Harry Ned, Lewisville; Motte, Carolyn 
Maxcyne, Charlotte; Moye, David Brooks, 
Sigma Nu, Snow Hill; Mulvaney, Leo Anthony, 
West Asheville; Mustion, Alvin Delbridgc, Sigma 
Nu, Warrenton; Mustian, Howard Macon, Nor- 
lina. 



Fourth Ro 



Myers, Walter Edward, Charlotte; Nolle, Donald 
Edgar, Salisbury; Nonce, Donald Corroll, Char- 
lotte; Nosh, Thomas Beniamin, Charlotte; Nebel 
William Arthur, Pi Kappa Alpha, Charlotte; 
Newton, Hector Carlton, III, Parkton 



Fifth Row: 

Newton, Zachorioh Boardman, III, Philadelphia, 
Pa.; Nichols, Donald Wyott, Neuse; Nichols, 
Garrett Boyd, Chase, Md ; Norfleet, Eric Hill, 
Zeta Psi, Jock on; Normon, Goyle Tolmadge, 
Fayetteville; Oakley, Cledith Emory, Sigma Nu, 
Smithfield. 



Sixth Row: 

O'Briant, Chorles Rex, Chapel Hill; O'Brien, 
Jocquelyn Lee, Winston-Salem; O'Haro, James 
Donald Michael, Raleigh; Oliver, Robert Deleon, 
Selma; Oppenhcimer, Jerry Loveman, Zeta Beta 
Tou, Birmingham, Ala ; Orr, David Rickmon, 
Hendersonville. 



Seventh Row: 

Oyer, Charles Walker, St. Anthony Hall, Wol- 
cott, N. Y,; Roderick, Victor Lynn, Sigmo Phi 
Epsilon, Kinston; Parker, Jordan Horton, Ra- 
leigh; Parsons, William Thomas, Belmont; Par- 
tin, Malcolm Overstreet, Enfield; Portridge, 
Stevens Hyatt, Jr., Chi Phi, Charlotte. 



Eighth Row: 

Potseavouras, George, Sigma Chi, Rocky Mount; 
Patterson, Donald Sutton, Beta Theta Pi, 
Greensboro; Patton, Macon Glasgow, Zeta Psi, 
Durham; Poyne, Roland Williom, Jr., Sigma 
Chi, Norfolk, Vo ; Peormon, David Stanley, 
Reidsville; Peorsoll, Thomas Jenkins, Jr., Delta 
Kappa Epsilon, Rocky Mount, 



Ninth Row: 

Pender, William Lardner, Delta Kappa Epsilon, 
Chorlotte; Peterson, Martin Rowlond, Jr., Ra- 
leigh; Peterson, William Richard, Asheville; 
Petty, John N., Jr., High Point; Phelps, Stephen 
Foster, Phi Kappa Sigma, Winston - Salem; 
Phillips, Jasper Louis, Kinston. 



Tenth Row: 

Pickord, Carl Glenn, Jr., Delta Kappa Epsilon, 
Asheville; Pitt, Theophilus Harper, Jr., Phi 
Gamma Delta, Rocky Mount; Poirier, Jean 
Rene, Elizobethtown; Porcher, Francis C, Mount 
Pleasant, S. C; Poulos, Peter George, Wilming- 
ton; Powell, Thomas Cox, Kappa Sigma, Ra- 
leigh. 




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SOPHOMORES 



First Row: 

Poythress, Patricia Lee, Chopel Hill; Prewitt, 
Thomos Wendell, Sigma Nu, Denver, Colo.; 
Price, Arthur Roy, Marion; Price, Vernon, Scot- 
land Neck; Pridgen, Grody Clifton, Jr., Sharps- 
burg; Proctor, Truby Groce, Jr., Sanford. 



Second Row: 

Propst, Joptho Fred, Maiden; Pulliom, Venice 
U., Jr., Asheboro; Pyotte, Jeff Alvin, Minneap- 
olis; Rogsdole, Robert Martin, Winston-Solem; 
Ramsey, William Forbes, Beta Theta Pi, Greens- 
boro; Roper, John Elisha, Jr., Beta Theto Pi, 
Foyetteville. 



Third Row: 

Reavis, Richord Armbrust, Statesville; Rech- 
holti, Robert A., Kappa Alpha, Syosset, N. Y.; 
Redding, William Howard, Jr., Phi Gamma 
Delta, Asheboro; Reece, Johnny Manly, Yod- 
kinville; Reed, Dovid Robert, Shamokin, Pa.; 
Reeves, Carroll Edwin, Jr., Allendale, S. C. 



Fourth Row: 

Reeves, James William, Hillsboro; Reichert, 
Alien John, Morganton; Reid, George David, 
Sigma Nu, Charlotte; Rhinehort, Julion Frazier, 
Beto Theta Pi, Durham; Rhoades, Robert E., 
Winston-Salem; Riggs, Joe Edward, Charlotte. 



Fifth Row: 

Riggsbee, Thomas Lewis, Carrboro; Rightsell, 
William Thomas, Jr., Greensboro; Rivenbark, 
David Clayton, Lexington; Robbins, William L., 
Raleigh; Robeson, Sigmund Trust, Tarboro; 
Robinson, Charles Fillmore, Mars Hill. 



Sixth Row: 

Robinson, Hoyle Lynwood, Phi Eta Sigmo, Eller- 
be; Rose, James William, Phi Gamma Delta, 
Pikeville; Rosemond, Frank Everette, Hillsboro; 
Ross, Edward Chodwick, Phi Eta Sigma, Au- 
gusta, Go,; Ross, Robert Alexonder, Alpha Tau 
Omega, Chapel Hill; Roth, William Cowthon, 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Elkin. 



Seventh Row: 

Rouse, Chorles Francis, Jr., Zeta Psi, Raleigh; 
Ruppe, John Myron, Ellenboro; Russavage, Leo 
Joseph, Duryeo, Pa; Ruth, Williom Albert, 
Cory; Socks, Leonard Carl, Pi Lambda Phi, 
Hollywood, Fla.; Soine, Chivous H., Rutherford- 



Eighth Row: 

Samuels, Walter Ray, Hamlet; Sanders, Cleon 
Walton, Alpha Tau Omega, Benson; Sasser, 
George Freeman, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Conway, 
5 C ; Satterwhite, Richard Thomos, McCain; 
Savage, Fronk Stewart, Haddonfield, N. J.; 
Scarlett, Edward Allen, Hillsboro. 



Ninth Row: 



N. Y., 



Schruntek, Walter Joseph, Levittown, 
Schulmon, Dick R., Tau Epsilon Phi, Canton; 
Schultz, John Loesch, Phi Eta Sigma, Winston- 
Solem; Seabolt, Arthur Lee, Erwin; Selby, 
Arthur Alvin, Jr., Alpha Phi Omega, Charlotte; 
Shonkle, Henry Mac, Concord. 



Tenth Row; 

Shorpe, John Avery, Delta Upsilon, White 
Ploins, N, Y,; Shaw, Lloyd R., Jr., Statesville; 
Shell, Williom Gaston, Dallas: Sherrill, Gary 
Petreo, Thomasville; Shuford, Fuller Adoms, 
Beto Theta P., Asheville; Simpson, Haywood 
Giles, Jr., Roxboro. 




SOPHOMORES 



First Row: 



Sink, Jii 



i.§ 1 .u.yiii' 



Sinit, Ben Lewis, Winston-Solerr 
Lee, High Point; Sloughter, James Beom, Long- 
hurst; Small, F. David, Morehead City, Smiley, 
Gory Roy, Pi Lambda Phi, Spartanburg, 5, C; 
Smith, Conie Brown, Delta Kappo Epsilon, 
Asheviile. 



cond Row: 

lith. Carlo Anzelette, Chapel Hill; Smith, 
inry Boscom, Jr., Alpho Phi Omega, Monroe; 
lith, Jerry Julion, Stotesville; Smith, William 
m, Winston-Salem; Smothers, Thomos Ed- 
ird, Chi Psi, High Point; Sneod, James Whor- 
1, Jr., Williamston. 



Third Row: 

Snipes, Lelio Darleen, Chapel Hill; Snyder, 
Richard Gray, Lewisville; Sobel, Arthur H., Tau 

Epsilon Phi, Meponsit, N. Y., Sorrell, Jean Gray, 
Dunn; Southerlond, Doniel R., Arlington, Va , 
Sowers, Jerry Williom, Chi Psi, High Point. 



Fourth Row: 

Sparrow, Charles M., Greensboro, Spivey, John 
Milton, Mebane; Stoley, Dole Edgar, Wilkes- 
boro; Stanford, Don Carlton, Burlington, Staple- 
ton, Robert Leighton, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Gas- 
tonia, Stornes, Robert Herron, Jr., Henderson- 
ville. 



Fifth Row: 

Stornes, Thomas Monroe, Concord; Stoton, 
Robert Vincent, Kappo Alpha, Hendersonville, 
Steed, John Cowgleton, Chapel Hill, Stefonoy, 
George, Jacksonville; Stevens, Charles Henry, 
Washington, D. C; Stewart, Corbett Coe, 
Lambda Chi Alpha, Roanoke, Va. 



Sixth Row: 

Stewart, William Ernest, Marshville; Stout, 
Stephen Early, Alpha Tau Omeaa, Durham; 
Straus, Philip Charles, New York, N, Y.; Strona. 
Michoel Jacob, Rhinebeck, N. Y.; Sturdivont, 
Walter Cabot, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Atlanta. 
Go.; Summerlin, Horry Holler, Jr., Phi Mu 
Alpha, Launnburg. 



Seventh Row: 

Surrott, Charles Thomas, Spencer; Sutton, Lewis 
Fronklyn, Kappa Sigma, Goldsboro; Swoim, Olin 
Clay, Winston-Salem; Taylor, Richard Lewis, 
ZetQ Psi, Oxford; Tennont, Richard Douglas, 
Crossnore, Thomas, Bennett Allen, Jr., Alpha 
Phi Omega, Morven. 



Eighth Row: 

Thomas, Cloude B., Jr., Winston-Salem, Thomas, 
Molcom Lindsey, Maxton; Thomos, Rudolph 
Moddrey, Roanoke Rapids, Thomosson, Wood- 
row Wynn, Oxford; Thompson, Ernest Lynwood, 
III, Tryon, Thompson, Jean Cehron, Warsaw. 



Ninth Row: 

Thompson, Matt Lee, Jr., Chapel Hill, Thomp- 
son, William Bernard, Delta Kappa Epsilon, 
Alta Vista, Va , Tillman, Clifton Hunter. Rox- 
boro, Todd, Laurence Houston, Jr., East Bend; 
Toland, Hugh James, Jr., Asheviile, Tompkins, 
Charles Vowter, Jr., Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon, Alexandria, Vc. 



Tenth Row: 

Trochtenberg, Stephen Joy, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi 
Lambda Phi, Jacksonville; Trice, Raymond 
Eorl, Delta Sigma Pi, Durham; Tulloch, Charles 
William, Aberdeen; Turner, Henry Cotlett, Beta 
Theta Pi, Greensboro; Underwood, John Gordon, 
Charleston, S. C ; Upton, Thomas Hugh, Jr., 
Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Raleigh. 



SOPHOMORES 



First Row: 

Usina, Ralph Stellies, Kappa Alpha, Macon, 
Ga.; Venters, W. Victor, Phi Gamma Delta, 
Richlands; Voorhis, Julio Sprogue, Chapel Hill; 
Wogner, Louis Andrew, Garden City, N, Y ; 
Walker, John Luther, Jr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Roanoke, Va., Walker, Leroy Epps, Marion. 



Second Row; 

Wall, David Lee, Winston-Salem, Wallace, 
Kelley, Jr., Aurora, Walters, Thomas Noble, 

Alpha Phi Omega, Tarboro; Word, Ervin Sher- 
wood, Smithfield; Word, Marvin Elwood, Phi 
Gomma Delta, Battleboro; Wardrup, Leo C, 
Jr., Alpha Tou Omega, Middlesboro, Ky. 



Third Row 



Sid- 



Worehime, Edwin Lynn, Durham, Warner, 
ney Rogers, Council; Worren, Bert Borrow, 
Farmville; Warren, Eli Anderson, Robersonville; 
Warren, Troy Morvin, Clinton, Weil, John Wil- 
liam, Chi Phi, Charlotte. 



Fourth Row: 

Weinberger, David Jay, Pi Lambdo Phi, Tampa, 
Flo.; Weinstein, Robert Morton, Zeto Beta Tou, 
Greensboro; Wellons, Robert Leon, Selma, 
Wenfl, John R., Ill, Morven, West, Billy Ray, 
Plymouth, West, Tommy, Charlotte. 



Fifth Row: 

Westmoreland, Joseph Robert, Canton, Whatley. 
James Everett, Atlanta, Go, Whitoker, Roy 
Gilbert, Burlington, White, Jomes Dean, Chi 
Psi, Raeford, White, William Henry, Jr., San- 
tord; Whitehead, Eugene T., Ml, Phi Eta Sigma, 
Phi Kappo Sigma, Scotland Neck. 



Sixth Row: 

Whitfield, Paul Leroy, Durham; Whitt, John 
Franklin, Kernersville; Wilkins, Leroy Edward, 
Stem; Williams, Ben George, Chicago, III ; Wil- 
liams, James Allen, St. Anthony Hall, Chapel 
Hill; Williams, Richard Douglass, Brookneol, Va. 



Seventh Row: 

Williams, Thomas Murray, Zeto Psi, Raleigh; 
Williamson, Harold Everette, Sims; Williamson, 
Stanley Morris, Charlotte; Willis, Richard Wei- 
don, Jr., Asheville; Willis, Williom Arthur, Jr., 
Foyetteville; Wilson, Lowrence A., Jr., Absecon, 
N. J. 



Eighth Row: 

Wilson, Roy Williom, Marion; Winslow, Julian 
Emmett, Jr., Pi Kappa Alpha, Hertford; Winston, 
Barry Thomas, St Anthony Hall, Chapel Hill, 
Woltz, Ben vanDolsem, Sigma Chi, Greens- 
boro; Wood, Arnold Terry, Phi Kappa Sigma, 
Charlotte; Wood, Roy S., Jr., Delta Upsilon, 
APO 175, N. Y. 



Ninth Row: 

Woodoll, Reuben Smith, Reidsville; Woodord, 
Wilmo C, Beaufort; Worshom, Edword Erie, 
Ruffin, Wroy, George Williamson, Jr., Charlotte; 
Wright, Daniel Worth, Pittsboro, Wright, Donald 
Lee, Ruffin. 



Tenth Row: 

Yang, Kenneth Chi-Kun, Taichung, Formosa; 
Yowell, Robert Kluttz, Koppo Sigma, Raleigh; 
Zemon, Jacob Horold, Pi Lambda Phi, Williom- 
ston; Zimmermon, Edward Kline, Elizabeth City; 
Zollicoffer, John Hilliord, Jr., Delta Koppo 
Epsilon, Henderson; Zwohlen, Roberto Ann, 
Kappa Delta, Chapel Hill. 





Officers of the freshman class are, seated, Jerry Jones, Vice-President, 
and Tucker Yates, President. Standing, Don Furtodo, Secretary, Martha 
Pcindexter, Social Chairman, and Tom Long, Treasurer. 



Candidates eagerly watch the election returns 
they ore posted in Graham Memorial. 



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FRESHMEN 




First Row: 

Abbott, Richard Choffin, Mount Airy, Abernethy, 
Joseph Michael, Newton, Abernethy, William Ran- 
dolph, Hickory; Abramson, John Michael, Baltimore, 
Md; Adams, George Bryan, Jr., Charlotte; Adams, 
Robert Taylor, Alexandria, Va ; Adcock, William 
Olin, Jr., Nashville, Tenn. 

Second Row: 

Agee, George Spencer, Winston-Salem; Albert, 
Rudolf Franz, Lakewood, Ohio; Alexander, John 
Thomas, Jr., Statesville; Alford, James David, 
Zebulon, Alford, Jim Wayne, Durham, Allegood, 
Carleton Word, Wilmington; Allen, Harvey Addi- 
son, High Point. 

Third Row: 

Allen, Jay Lloyd, Four Oaks, Alphin, Oliver Wen- 
dell, Mount Olive, Anderson, Arthur Reginald, 
New Bern, Andrews, James Addison, Jr., Durham; 
Arey, Tony Josephus, Concord, Attoway, LeRoy 
Bonks, Jr., Beaufort, S. C, Austin, Charles Wil- 
liam, Ruffin. 



Fourth Row: 

Baggett, Morton Tew, Smithfield; Bailey, William 

Chillis, Chattanoogo, Tenn , Baity, John Thomas, 

Jr., Mount Airy; Baker, Charles Louis, Raleigh; 

Bollis, Kim, Charleston, S C , Ballou, Meredith 

Cowles, Grassy Creek, Borbee, James Dorris, Jr., 

Cramerton. 



Fifth Row: 

Borker, Graden Lee, Jr., Oriental, Barkley, Carl 
Adolphus, Winston-Salem, Barkley, James Edgar, 
Enfield, Barks, Coleman Bryan, Chattanoogo, 
Tenn., Barnes, Williom Watson, Wilson, Barnette, 
Larry Evan, Moreheod City, Barnhardt, John Moc- 
Farland, Concord. 



Sixth Row: 

Barrier, Boyd Ray, Jonas Ridge, Barrington, Richard 
Everett, Hamlet; Barrow, Robert Mongum, Norfolk, 
Va , Bass, Horris Hartwell, Henderson, Baucom, 
Bennie Winfred, Concord, Baucom, Edward Bryce, 
Rockinghom, Bayliff, James Douglas, Graham. 

Seventh Row: 

Beosley, Cooper Bryant, Four Ooks; Belango, Poul 

Bryon, Creswell, Bell, Joseph Taylor, Chapel Hill; 

Bender, John Joseph, Red Springs; Bender, John 

Robert, Jr., Winston-Salem; Bender, Neil Carmi- 

choel, Pollocksville; Bennett, Joseph Collier, Ashe- 

ville. 



Eighth Row: 

Benthall, Ruben Alwin, Rich Square, Berg, Lowrence 
Stephen, Asbury Park, N. J.; Berger, Michael 
David, East Paterson, N. J.; Bernhardt, Chorles 
John, Charlotte, Betts, Leonidas Judd, Varina, 
Billings, Richard LeRoy, Jr., Durham, Biren, David 
Robert, Arlington, Va. 




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Ninth Row: 

Bishop, Robert Ellis, Kinston; Bishop, Wayne 
Stoton, Greenville, Bivens, Charlie Nolan, Ruth, 
Black, Charles Benaji, Cherryville; Block, Geoffrey 
Laurence, Montreal, Quebec, Block, John William, 
Charlotte, Block, Kenneth Austin, Durham. 

Tenth Row: 

Blackwood, Carl Walter, Farmville; Blake, Shelley 
Woyne, Aberdeen; Blakely, Robert Fronklin, Spar- 
tanburg, S C; Blolock, Julian David, Prospect Hill; 
Blume, Charles Howard, Jr., Jacksonville, Flo,; 
Bolick, Thomas Dean, Hickory, Bondurant, J. 
Kermit, Mount Airy. 

Eleventh Row: 

Borden, Robert Hones, Goldsboro; Boroughs, Otis 
Cloirel, Jackson Springs, Bostic, William New- 
berry, Beulaville; Boyette, Clorence Robert, Wilson, 
Boyette, Robert Otis, Chodbourn; Bozmon, Gerald 
Parks, Howorth, N. J.; Bradshaw, Rush Leonard, 
Belmont. 



FRESHMEN 




First Row; 

Brome, Robert Webb, Sanford, Brand, Robert 
Alfred, Wilmingfon, Brandon, John Lewis, Durham; 
Branhom, David Allen, Roleigh; Branner, William 
Arthur, Jr., Chorlotte. Braswell, James Michoel, 
Charlotte; Brewer, Ernest Craven, Fa. son. 

Second Row: 

Bridgers, Julian Dalma, Jr., Conway, Briggs, Lin- 
wood Fronklin, Sunbury, Brock, Rutus Leo, Farm- 
ington, Brooks, John Charles, Greenville; Brown, 
Franklin Roosevelt, Tarboro, Brown, Walter Mon- 
roe, Burlington, Brown, Walter Newton, Winston- 



Third Row: 

Browning, Robert Locke, Jr., Monroe, Bruggeworth, 
Robert Boyd, Chothom, N J.; Buckley, Donald 
Sigmon, Lincolnton, Burke, William Richard, Jr., 
Wilson, Burney, Fredric Arlen, Wadesboro; Burn- 
ham, Claude Francis, South Mills; Burroughs, 
Robert Montgomery, Charlotte. 

Fourth Row: 

Burtless, Stanford Lee, Jr., Huntington, W. Vo.; 
Busby, Reginald Conway, Charlotte; Butler, Charles 
Ayden, Jr., Morganton; Butler, Leslie Grahom, 
Aulonder; Butler, William Adelbert, Rochester, 
N. Y., Bynum, Frank Mines, Jr., Raleigh; Coin, 
Lee Roy, Elizabethtown. 

Fifth Row: 

Caldwell, Jimmy Alexander, Lincolnton; Caldwell, 
Joe! DeWoyne, Mooresville; Campbell, Lloyd Men- 
nen, Taylorsville; Campbell, William Lester, Bur- 
lington, Canfield, Charles Stephen, Jr., Moreheid 
City, Corden, William Arthur, Kernersville, Carter, 
Clarence W., Winston-Salem. 



Sixth Row: 

Carter, Gray Euge 

Robert Wilson, Selm 

Albemarle, Caton, ^ 

blee, James Gray, 

Robert, Lourelton, 

Jamestown. 



le, Winston-Soiem Carter, 
, Cashwell, Richard Gordon, 
sward Allen, Wilson. Cham- 
Louisburg, Chason, Darryl 
I. Y., Chesson, Jock Holt, 



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Seventh Row: 

Chezney, Mary Lovell, Hollywood, Flo., Church, 
Clay Franklin, Jr., Kinston, Clark, Edwin Harrison, 
Jr., Belmont Hills, Penn.; Clement, William Carter, 
Roleigh; Cody, Lewis Randolph, Gastonio; Coffin, 
Horris Alexander, Jr., Ashcboro, Coggin, Dewey 
Otis, Jr., Winston-Salem. 

Eighth Row: 

Cohen, Jerry Edward, Morganotn, Coley, Charles 
Rowe, Newton. Collier, Forrest Leonard, III, Char- 
lotte, Collins, Dovid Bruce, Myrtle Beach, S. C; 
Collins, James McLeod, Southern Pines; Collins, 
Nick, Charlotte, Colluro, Vincent Poul, Key West, 



Ninth Row: 

Colon, Robert J., Emerson, N J , Connell, James 
Paul Beadsley, Jr., Henderson, Cooper, Wilson 
Reid, Jr., Signal Mountain, Tenn., Corbin, Donald, 
Flushing, N. Y.; Corkey, Dovid Conard, Charlotte; 
Corpening, John Kelly, Lenoir; Corpening, William 
Morris, Horse Shoe. 

Tenth Row: 

Cowon, Gaylord Hunt, Forest City Cowan, Robert 
Jenkins, Greensboro; Cox, Richard Hayword, Jr., 
Four Oaks, Craft, Ruel Connor, Sorotoga Craig, 
Plezzy Harbor, Jr., Hillsboro; Creech, Paul Chester, 
Selma, Crist, Tokey, Jacksonville. 

Eleventh Row: 

Crowell, James Sheffield, Fayetteville; Crowther, 
Frank Harrison, Baltimore, Md.; Crye, Louie Sam, 
Statesville; Culbreth, Beverly Ann, Stedmon; Cul- 
breth, Ronold Craig, Fayetteville; Currin, Benjamin 
Fleming, Oxford, Cushman, Charles Arthur, Phila- 
delphia, Penn. 



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FRESHMEN 



First Row: 

Cutchin, Lawrence McGMbra, Whitokers; Cuthrell, 
Jerry Hal, Belhaven, Dalton, John Weber, Jr., 
Forest City; Danenhower, Jon, Block Mountain; 
Daniel, Carey Williamson, Jr., Durhom; Danish, 
Nelson Arthur, Augusto, Go; Darden, Edward 
Claude, Jr., Aberdeen. 

Second Row; 

Darmstatter, George Edward, Brecksville, Ohio; 
Doughtridge, Charles Hardy, Rocky Mount, Davis, 
David McAllister, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Davis, 
Luther Joshua, Jr., South Mills; Davis, Robert 
Winston, Durham; Deal, Albert Leonard, III, Hick- 
ory; Deans, John Frederick, Wilson. 

Third Row: 

Deor, Morton, Charlotte; DeBank, Douglas Fredrick, 
Northport, N, Y.; DeBorde, Lyndon Walls, Elkin; 
Dees, Anthony Roone, Goldsboro, Demaree, Robert 
Hall, Jr., Pottstown, Penn.; Dickens, Clyde Phillip, 
Fuquay Springs; Dickson, Clyde Cecil, Jr., Charlotte. 

Fourth Row: 

Dillingham, Robert Poe, AshevMIe; Dimsdale, 
Jomes Richard, Cramerton, Diseker, Mildred Ann, 
Raleigh, Doggett, John Taylor, Greensboro; Dorsey, 
Melville Howard, Oxford, Dosher, Harry Randall, 
Chapel Hill, Driscoll, Raymond Levering, Jr., 
Kensington, Md. 



Fifth Row: 














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od, Morsholl; Edwards, Robert Luther, Raleigh. 



Sixth Row: 

Edwards, Rudolph Lee, Rutherfordton; Eisenberg, 
Richard, Lawrence, N Y.; Elledge, John Warren, 
Hoys, Ellis, David Alfred, Gamboa, Canal Zone, 
Ellis, Lamar Hamilton, Atlanta, Go, Ellwonger, 
David Corroll, Ruffin; Epps, Jomes Hows, III, 
Johnson City, Tenn. 



Seventh Row: 

Erwin, James Price, Jr., Durham, Estridge, Johnny 
Roy, Ansonville, Etheridge, William Douglas, Oak 
City; Evans, Gabriel Morlin, High Point, Evans, 
Merrill Jarvis, Ahoskie, Fair, Jackson Glenn, Jr., 
Louisville, Ky., Folk, Michael David, New York, 
N. Y. 



Eighth Row: 

Falls, Robert Lawrence, Durham, Farrell, Frank 
Wilson, Jr., Lillington, Foucette, John Roberts, 
Swannanoo; Feichter, Rex Roland, Woynesville; 
Fields, William Robert, Greensboro, Fink, Gretchen 
Boles, Chapel Hill; Fitts, Walter Middleton, Lexing- 
ton, Ky. 

Ninth Row: 

Flahive, James Francis, Short Hills, N J., Floyd, 

Jack William, Kings Mountoin, Fogleman, James 

Claude, Burlington, Fowlkes, Edward Bynum, 

Tarboro; Fox, John William, Clark, N. J , Frasier, 

LeRoy Benjamin, Durham, Frasier, Ralph Kennedy, 

Durham. 



Tenth Row: 

Froiier, Richard Ernest, Goldsboro, Freeman, Alton 
brooks, Randleman, Fulcher, Wolter Graham, 
Morehead City, Fuller, Carl Lee, Burlington, Furr, 
Guilford Eorl, Charlotte, Furtodo, Donald Atlas, 
Garner, Furtado, Robert Anthony, Garner. 



Eleventh Row: 

Gaines, John Alexander, Jr., Sontord; Gardner, 
Homer Gerney, Salisbury, Garrett, Cecil Franklin, 
Ehzobeth City, Gay, Walter Ross, Zebulon, Giord, 
Donald Joseph, Block Mountain; Gibson, Jerome 
Morrison, Statesville; Gilliam, Ned Donald, Char- 
lotte. 



FRESHMEN 



First Row: 

Gilliam, William Richard, Elon College; Givens, 
Michael Carlisle, Chorlotte; Grover, Arthur Julian, 
Salisbury; Godwin, Billy Roy, Mount Olive; Godwin, 
Herman Allen, Jr., Dunn; Godwin, William Ston- 
ford, Erwin; Goldsmith, Albert Lewis, Jr., Lincoln- 
ton. 

Second Row; 

Goodman, Alvin Stewart, Charlotte; Goodman, Ed- 
word Jay, Portsmouth, Va,; Goodrich, Dovid Whit- 
more, Winston-Salem; Gottlieb, Seomon H., 
Hampton, Vo.; Graff, Aaron David, Maplewood, 
N. J.; Graham, Larry Gregson, Goldston; Grausman, 
Richard Irvin, New York, N. Y. 

Third Row: 

Gray, Bobby William, La Grange; Gray, Robert 
McDonald, III, Ft. Bragg; Green, Rodney Gay, 
Raleigh; Greenblott, Herbert Ira, Woodmere, N. Y.; 
Greene, Peter Sharpe, Blowing Rock; Griffin, Carl 
Henderson, Rome, Go.; Griffin, Curtis Parks, 



Mo 



shville 



Fourth Row; 

Grimes, Thomas Robert, Wendell; Grodsky, Peter P., 
Durham; Grogon, Emmett Smith, Martinsville, Vo.; 
Guy, Samuel Cole, High Point; Haddod, George 
Milton, Kinston; Hagoman, Robert Preston, Lenoir; 
Hall, Kenneth Tinsley, Jr., Durham. 

Fifth Row: 

Hall, Wilkes Suttle, Charlotte; Hambrick, Robert 
Theodore, Jr., Hickory; Hamill, Roscoe Wilkins, III, 
Weldon; Hamilton, George Hege, Winston-Salem; 
Hamilton, Phillip Ronald, McColl, S. C; Hanchey, 
George Allon, Wallace; Hardesty, Willis Stanton, 
Rocky Mount. 

Sixth Row; 

Harding, Benjamin Renny, Mockville; Hardison, 

Rossie Pinkney, Jr., Wallace; Hare, James Stewart, 

Wilmington; Hare Jeffrey Averill, Ann Arbor, 

Mich.; Harrell, Betty Dare, Chapel Hill; Horrell 
Bobby Ray, Wilmington; Harrigan, William Dwight, 
Fulton. Ala. 

Seventh Row: 

Horrill, James Albert, Jr., Winston-Salem; Harris, 

Albert Perry, Noshville; Harris, Leon Johnson, Jr., 

Henderson; Harris, Mary Ben, New London; Horri- 

son, Henry Theo, Jr., Draper; Harriss, Herbert 

Henry, Wilson; Hortmon, Alfred Pleasant, Winston- 

Solem. 

Eighth Row; 

Hatcher, Wade Lemuel, Jr., Asheville; Hatley, 
G. E., Jr., Albemarle; Hayes, Jock Aycock, Rocky 
Mount; Hayes, Michael Kelly, Greensboro; Hoy- 
worth, Roy Milton, Asheboro; Heoly, Patrick, IV, 
Washington, D. C; Heitman, Henry Noding, Jr., 
Winston-Salem. 

Ninth Row: 

Henderson, Perrin Quarles, Charlotte; Henderson, 
William Douglas, Ellerbe; Hendren, Williom Grant, 
New Bern; Herring, Benjamin Cosey, Goldsboro, 
Herring, Paul Donald, Clinton; Herring, Robert 
Bobb, Goldsboro; Hess, George Richard, Philadel- 



phi< 



Pa. 



Tenth Row: 

Hester, John Nicholas, III, Reidsville; Heyman, 

Edward Bruce, Hendersonville; Hickman, William 

Elliott, Southport; Hickmon, James Ralph, Wrights- 

ville Beach; High, Roy Shelton, Raleigh; Highsmith, 

James Milton, Robersonville; Hight, Bruce Gurman, 

Henderson. 



Eleventh Row: 

Hipps, Gary Melvin, Tryon; Hofler, Betty Carolyn, 
Gotesville; Holdford, James Edward, Wilson; Hol- 
land, Hermon Miles, Cramerton, Holland, Max 
Kcrmit, Stotesville; Holmes, Richard Gordon, 
Greenwich, Conn.; Holmes, William Henry, IV, 
Woshington. 




FRESHMEN 



First Row: 

Holt, Leonidos Causey, Julia 

Winston-Salem; Hood, Jo 

Hooper, Frank Ross, Reid 

Evans, High Point; Home, George Nelson, Besse 

City, Horner, William Edv 



ndros, John Louis, 
Roefield, Dover; 
Hoover, Charles 



Sonfo 



Second Row: 

Horwifi, Burton Allan, Raleigh; Houser, Wayne 
Logon, Vale; Houston, John Borr, Lenoir; Howord, 
Claude Cullom, Foyetteville; Howard, Donald 
Kelly, Shelby; Howe, Duone Arlon, Roanoke Rapids, 
Howe's, Jonothon Broome, Knoxville, Tenn. 



Third Row: 

Hucks, Ronnie Dorrell, Sophia; Hudson, Blaine 
Steven, Zirconia; Hudson, Philip Lynn, Asheboro; 
Huttmon, WiMiam George, Hickory; Hunnicutt, 
John Edward, Poftctown, Penn ; Hunt, Singleton 
Jarrett, Jr., Wilmington; Huntington, Charles Rid- 
dell, Spartanburg, S- C. 

Fourth Row: 

Hutchison, Allie Albert, Winston-Solem; Hutton, 
Frederick Prother, Greensboro; Hyatt. Harvey Joke, 
Bryson City; Ingle, Clyde Reid, Whitsett; Inmon, 
Franklin Pope, Jr., Kinston; Iscley, Thomos Ruftin, 
Greensboro; Isley, Ronald Wayne, Burlington. 



Fitth Row: 




Joekson, Richard Owen, Chapel Hill; 


Jackson, 


Thomos Bryon, Jr., Kinston; Jomcs, Ellis 


Whedon, 


Norfolk, Va ; James, James Franklin, 


Liberty; 


Jamison, Victor Graham, Jr., Dover, Del 


; Jarrett, 


Charles Leonard, Lincolnton; Jennings, 


Edward 


Harrington, Washington, D, C, 





Sixth Row: 

Jennings, Richard Wotts, Greensboro; Johnson, 
Atlee Rollins, Benson; Johnson, Dan Rommie, 
Winston-Solem; Johnson, Harold Weston, Jr., 
Fuquay Springs; Johnson, Johnny Richard, Angier; 
Johnson, Obie Taylor, Jr., Graham; Johnson, Wil- 
liam Harrison, Jr., Stotesville. 



Seventh Row: 

Johnson, William Rhodes, Yanceyville; Jolly, W. O., 
Ill, Ayden; Jones, Arthur Loidler, 111, Tryon 
Jones, Chilton Robert, Tarboro; Jones, Jerry Lee, 
Raleigh, Jones, Robert Woyne, Chopel Hill; Jordan, 
George Albert, Morshville. 

Eighth Row: 

Jordan, Jomes Clyde, Jr., Greensboro; Jourdan, 
Alton Jock, Gulf, Joyce, Otis Pleosont, Jr., Stone- 
ville; Kotiin, Alfred Julian, Winston-Salem, Keever, 
Daniel C, Charlotte; Keisler, Samuel Ray, Clore- 
mont; Kelly, Edward, James, Jr., Flemingsburg, Ky. 



Ninth Row: 

Kenan, Glenn Lee, Asheboro; Kenan, Thomos 
Stephen, III, Durham; Kenion, Jack Anderson, Mc- 
Leansviile; Killion, Leonard Marion, Hickory, Kil- 
linger, Robert Peter, Washington, D C ; Kilpotrick, 
Joshuo Marshall, Robersonville; Kimcl, Jacob 
Daniel, Jr., Winston-Salem. 



Tenth Row: 

King, Jimmy Brown, Jr., Asheboro; King, J. Bruc 
II, Matthews, King, William Oliver, Louisbun 
Kirk, Bobby Clork, Chapel Hill, Kirkmon, Alv 
Lorkin, High Point; Klein, William Skeele, Swai 
nanoa, Knox, Robert Joseph, Salisbury. 



Eleventh Row 
Koontz, Dor 



Paul, 



Ned, Elkin; Koska, 
Roanoke, Va ; Kosko, George Lee, Roanoke, Va,; 
Kridel, John Edgar, South Orange, N. J ; Locy, 
Emmett Howell, Jr., Winston-Solem; Lambert, 
William Paxton, Princeton, W. Va ; Loney, Neill 
McCouley, Wilmington. 




FRESHMEN 



First Row: 

Lasley, John Archie, Jr., Winsfon-Salem; Laton, 
Joseph Fronklin, Aberdeen; Louten, Robert Chorles, 
Jersey City, N. J.; Lowing, Eugene Morris, Char- 
lotte, Loyton, Garrett Sipple, Bridgeville, Del ; 
Lozorus, Jacob, Charlotte; Lea:h, John Sonders, 
Wilson. 

Second Row: 

Leder, Paul Morton, Whifeville; Lee, Lauchlin Mc- 
Kinnon, Lumberton; Lee, Robert Walker, Salisbury; 
Lefebure, Christion Emile, Elmhursf, L. 1 ; Lefko- 
witl, Louis Hirsch, Spring Volley, N. Y., Lefler, 
Wode Hampton, Jr., Newton; Legette, Jim Fox- 
worth, Winston-Solem. 



Third Row; 

Lewis, Thomos Earl, Hendersonville; Light, James 
Madison, Jr., Leaksville; Liles, John Robin, III, 
Littleton; Lind, Edward William. Rockingham; 
Lindsey, Gordon Hunter, Great Neck, N Y ; Line- 
weover, Francis B., Greensboro; Little, Howard 
Q. L., Jr., Gibsonville. 

Fourth Row: 

Little, James Thomas, Jr., Greenville; Littleton, 
Roy Edward, Jr., New Bern; Lohr, Lawrence Luther, 
Jr., Raleigh; Lomox, John William, Charlotte 
Long, James Monroe, Blanch; Long. Jerry Alexan- 
der, Burlington; Long, Thomos Veoch, II, Thomas- 



FiHh Row: 

Lopp, Roy Gory, 



Robe 



Thomasville; Lowder, 
Estus, Konnapoiis; Luesing, Williom Henry, Hunt- 
ington, W. Vo.; Lyon, John Doiley, Wake Forest; 
Lyons, William Jomes, Chapel Hill; McCain, Robert 
Maxwell, Jr., Woxhaw; McCall, William Perry, 
Leitchfield, Ky. 

Sixth Row: 

McCorter, William Ronold, Burlington; McCaw, 

Chorles Edwin, Hamlet; McCuiston, William Thomas, 

Greensboro, McColl, David Kenneth, III, Bennetts 
ville, S. C; McCollum, Robert LeVon, Reidsville; 
McCollum, Timothy Gordon, Greensboro; McCoy, 
Dennis Frederick, Upper Montclair, N. J. 



Seventh Row: 

McCreight, David Wilson, Ruby, S. C ; McDoniel, 
Eugene Morvin, Jr., Martinsville, Va ; McDovId, 
James Evans, Fayetteville; McGalliord, Roy Alexan- 
der, Lenoir; McGrow, David Jomes, Greensboro, 
McGuire, Roger K., Boone; Mclntyre, Neal Duncon, 
Red Oak. 

Eighth Row: 

McLeod, James Benton, Raeford; McLester, Wil- 
liam Dumas, Lumberton; McNoull, William Dresser, 
Jr., Charlotte; McNeely, Richard Pope, Statesville, 
McNeill, James Richard, Winston-Salem; McNeill, 
Kenneth Mothieson, Lumberton; McNeill, Vinson 
Andrew, Chapel Hill. 

Ninth Row: 

McPherson, Henry Clay, Jr., High Point; Maddrey, 
Charles Hoggard, Ahoskie; Moddox, Mason Ran- 
dolph, Boone, Major, Joseph Edmund, Anderson, 
S. C ; Malcolm, James Blair, Charlotte, Manning, 
Oren Reid, Gastonia; Margolis, Herman Albert, St 
Pauls. 



Tenth Row: 

Morkham, Robert Wade, Apex; Marks, Lawrence 
Weil, Miami, Fla ; Marshall, Earl H., Raleigh, 
Marshall, Sam Keesler, Gaston a; Morsholl, Samuel 
Wesley, Elkm; Martin, Jan Bailey, Mayodan; Mar- 
tin, Robert Edward, Rondleman 

Eleventh Row: 

Mottox. Horry Webb, Murphy; Moyberry, Roland 
Leroy, Gostonio, Moydonis, George Andrew, Char- 
lotte; Moyo, George E., Ill, Fremont; Mayo, Wil- 
liam Fredrick, Fountain; Meehan, Richard Carl, 
Charlotte, Melville, Robert Harold, Whiteville. 




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FRESHMEN 



First Row: 

Meniel, James Harry, Southern Pines: Mercer, 

Christopher Melehor, Washington, D C : Merrimon, 

Bill W., Raleigh; Metcolf, Clifton Blake, Brevard; 

Miley, Jesse J., Jr., Aberdeen; Millen, Don Wof- 

ford, Charlotte; Miller, Arnold Knight, III, Gold- 

iton. 



Second Row: 

Millen, Aubrey Phillip, Salisbury; Miller, Bruce Con- 
field, Rocky Mount; Miller, Gerald Wayne, Denton; 
Miller, Hal Moeon, Raleigh; Miller, Warren Morlin, 
Arlington, Va.; Mincey, Doyid Lawrence, Charlotte; 
Minschew, Williom Edward, Jr., Wilson. 



Third Row: 

Mirmon, Stephen A., Roleigh; Mobley, Bobby Glen, 
Robersonville; Mobley, Cloy Norman, Charlotte; 
Montgomery, Leslie Grayson, Semora; Moore. Ben- 
jamin Eugene, Jr., Washington, D C ; Moore, 
Charles Vance, Gastonio; Moore, Clifton Leonard, 
Burpaw, 



Fourth Row: 

Moore, Don Reginald, North Wilkesbor. 



Mo 



James Edgar, Greenville; Moore, Leopold Paul, III, 
Montreot; Morgan, Rolond Douglos, Asheboro; 
Morris, Anthony, Alexandria, Va ; Morris, Kenny 
Jordan, Four Oaks; Morrow, Richard Thomas, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 



Fifth Row: 

Moss, Dyer Spring, Jr., Charlotte; Mullen, Neil 
Clayton, Lincolnton; Murphy, Donald Lee, Winston- 
Salem; Myatt, George P., High Point; Myers, Dovid 
Walter, Winston-Salem; Nonce, Donald Lee, Char 
lotte; Nash, Edmund Strud, Winston-Salem. 



Sixth Row: 

Neller, Arthur Augustus, Jr., Greensboro; Nelms, 
Thomas Dorsey, Nashville; Nester, Jerry Glenn, 
Mount Airy; Neville, Grohom Riley, Enfield; Newby, 
Walter Franklin, Jr., Thomosville; Newman, Michael 
Stanford, High Point; Nibbelink, Jan Christiansen, 
High Point. 



Seventh Row: 

Nicholas, Donald Williom, Winston-Salem; Nicholas, 
Richard Henry, Winston-Solem; Nichols, William 
Randolph, Ahoskie; Noblin, Charles Royster, Ox- 
ford; Norman, Lorry Eugene, Valdese; Norris, John 
Bryant, Oxford; Norungolo, Anthony James, San- 
ford. 



Eighth Row: 

Norwood, William S., Kannapolis; Nushon, Morvin 
George, Salisbury; O'Keefe, Edward Fronklin, 
Winsfon-Salem; Olson, Robert Mortimer, Kenly; 
Owens, John Bruce, Norfolk, Vo ; Owens, Russell 
Glenn, Jr., Gates; Paige, George Robert, Reidsville. 



Ninth Row: 

Poine, Sidney Betts, Newberry, S. C; Palmer, 
Lillian Ann, Valdese; Palmer, William Leo, Valdese; 
Parker, Eugene Whitlock, Albemarle; Parker, Wil- 
liam Franklin, Statesville; Portin, Mary Jocqueline, 
Carrboro; Patterson, Fredrick Brocfon, Asheboro. 

Tenth Row: 

Potton, Robert Lewis, Jr., Charlotte; Poxton, Wil- 
liam Coalter, Jr., Wilson; Peacock, Willie Gordon, 
Four Ooks; Pfoff, James Orville, Winston-Salem; 
Peck, Harvey, Durham; Peek, Robert Young, Albe- 
marle; Peeler, Lorry Dixon, Salisbury. 



Eleventh Row: 

Pendergroph, Robert Adolphus, Durham; Perry, 
Robert Hastings, Washington, D C ; Phelon, Leo 
Hold, III, Charlotte; Pinkleton, Jock B., Grover; 
Pinto, Paul Arthur Moddox, Waco, Texas; Pittman, 
James Evans, Williamston; Pleasants, Doniel John, 
Jr., Rowlond. 





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FRESHMEN 




First Row: 

Plunkett, Frank Andrew, Pleasant Garden; Poplin, 
Johnny Goskin, Albemarle; Potter, Ralph Meredith, 
Wilmington; Power, Jock Joseph, Miami, Fla.; 
Powell, John Perry, Leaksville; Pressman, Alon 
Edword, Charlotte; Price, Lewis Benjomin, Jr., 
Arlington, Va. 



Second Row: 

Price, Mox M., Asheville; Price, Robert Edwin, Jr., 
Reidsville; Pugh, Charles Elroy, Shiloh; Pugh, 
Donold Lacy, Asheboro; Pultz, Alan Loverne, 
Greensboro; Purgason, Jerry Glenn, Guilford Col- 



lege; Purks, Ji 


ames Harri 


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Ml, 


, Chapel 


Hill. 




Third Row: 














Purnell, William Henry, 


J 


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Ocean 


City 


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Quinn, Gerald 


Hoywood, 


W 


ars 


,aw; Ron 


isey. 


Robert 


Tolmadge, Ro 


xboro; Roi 


Id, 


T 


om Slod 


e, Fr 


emont; 


Roper, James 


Robert, Luc 


an- 


la; Rattay, Herbert 


Raymond, Irv 


ington, N. 


J 




Ray, W 


alter 


Allen, 


Winston-Salem 















Fourth Row: 

Read, James Milton, Jr., Halifax; Reaves, Hubert 
Douglas, Jr., Foyetteville; Redding, Donald San- 
born, Asheboro; Reece, William Todd, Andrews; 
Reed, John Henry, Poland, Ohio; Renn, Randy 
Lowry, Henderson; Resch, Alan Dewer, Siler City. 



Fifth Row: 

Reyner, Charles Stephen, Greenville, S. C; Reynolds, 
Frances Ellen, Newton: Reynolds, James Elmer, 
Mount Airy; Rhodes, John Flint, Raleigh; Rhyne, 
Henry Henkel, Jr., Mount Holly; Rickenbacker, 
Barney LeRoy, Jr., Atlanta, Go; Riggs, Bubby 
Eugene, Mebane. 



Sixth Row: 

Riley, Milton Thomas, Fuquay Springs; Rivenbark 
Fred Augusta, Norfolk, Va ; Robbins, Edmond Gar 
land. Sec Girt, N, J.; Roberts, Basil Eli, Hudson 
Roberts, Bennett Watson Cowper, Durham; Robin 
son, Ennis Hughes, Wnghtsville Beach; Robinson 
Richord Hampton, Cramerton. 



Seventh Row 








Robinst 


in. 


Robert Hi 


Duston, Georgetown, 


Del.; 


Rogers, 


, Ted 


, Waynesv 


ille; Rogers, Thomas 


Swain, 


High F 


'oint; 


Rogerson, 


John Edward, Willie 


imston; 


Rollins, 


Dexter Leake, 


Dallas, Texos; Rollins 


, Edwin 


Morris, 


Choi 


•lotte; Rolli 


ins, John Avery, Hen 


derson- 



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Eighth Row. 

Rollins, Robert Jefferson, Winston-Salem; Roper, 
Eric Russell, Manhosset, N. Y,; Ross, Charles Albert, 
Kingsport, Tenn.; Rowell, Alonzo Glenn, Foyette- 
ville; Rowlond, George Edward, Mocksville; Rucker, 
Adin Henry, Jr., Spindale; Ruff, John Walter, 
Charlotte. 



Ninth Row: 

Rush, Benjamin Christopher, Star; Russell, Avery 
Battle, Chopel Hill; Russell, Doug N., Konnopolis; 
Saffo, George Vossilios, Jr., Wnghtsville Beoch; 
Sagner, Arnold Ira, Baltimore, Md.; Sally, Charles 
Hubert, Durham; Salz, Harvey A., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Tenth Row: 

Sarsfield, Patrick Daly, Charlotte; Sawyer, Warren 
Patterson, Greenville; Schein, Stephen Lowrence, 
Beaufort, S C ; Schiffmon, Arnold Anthony, Greens- 
boro; Schwartz, Elliott Murnick, Charlotte; Scott, 
Harry White, Greenville; Scott, Samuel Edwin, 
Burlington. 



Eleventh Row: 

Scruggs, Joe Edward, Cliffside; Scurlock, David 
Caesar, Greensboro; Seamon, Jesse Lee, Jr., More- 
head City; Secrest, Alvin Jackson, Shelby; Sennett, 
Donald Ray, Winston-Salem; Senter, Hubert Wayne, 
Kipling; Setzer, George Edward, High Point. 



FRESHMEN 




First Row: 

Sewell, Welfon Curtis, Wilmington; Shapord, John 
Albert, Jr., High Point; Sharp, Douglas Wilson, 
Madison; Shorpe, Charles Monley, Elon College; 
Sharpe, Hubert Houston, Winston-Salem; Shaver, 
Seburn Jerry, Salisbury; Show, Foy J., Durham. 

Second Row: 

Show, Howard Franklin, Winston-Salem; Show, 
Mary Elizabeth, Raleigh; Shearin, Wiley Henry, Jr., 
Rocky Mount; Shelton, Charles Ranoal, Winston- 
Salem; Shinn, Hal Jerome, Jr., Gaffney, 5. C; 
Shirley, Morris Clinton, Jr., Morganton; Shoot, Poul 
Adams, Winston-Salem. 

Third Row: 

Shoe, Chorles Ronald, Charleston, S C ; Shonts, 

Theodore Howard, Charlotte; Shores, Patricia Bloir, 

Chapel Hill; Shutord, Horley Ferguson, Jr., Hickory, 

Shutord, Robert Freeman, Arden; Simmons, Woyne 

Poul, Hompsteod; Singleton, James Abraham, Red 

Springs. 

Fourth Row: 

Sifison, Jomes Andrew, Jr., Mount Airy; Sloan, 
Charles Henry, Arlington, Va , Sloan, David Bryon, 
Jr., Wilmington; Smith, Albert Sydney, Pink Hill 
Smith, Alvin Keith, Wadeville; Smith, Donnie Allen, 
Albemarle; Smith, Fred J., Morgonton. 



Fifth Row: 

Smith, Garner Roosevelt, Harmony; Smith, Gibson 
Sherwood, Clinton; Smith, James Elastus, Four Oaks; 
Smith, Margoret Ann, Catensville, Md.; Smith, 
Patrick Delone, Peachland; Smith, Richard H., 
Kearny, N. J.; Smith, Robert Williom, Morganton, 

Sixth Row: 

Smith, Samuel Irby, Roanoke Rapids; Smith, Thomas 
Melvin, Ramseur; Smyre, Billy Mac, Newton; Sneed, 
Williom Thompson, Oxtord; Sowers, Chorles Lewis, 
Salisbury, Stanfield, Edward Rudd, Mebane, Speor, 
David Mayo, Madison, 



Seventh Row: 

Spedden, Elwood Harold, Jr., Chambersburg, Penn,; 
Spencer, Robert Donald, Chapel Hill; Steck, Fred- 
erick Herbert, Towson, Md ; Steele, Richard Eorle, 
Charlotte; Steinberger, Stan Mortin, Statesville; 
Stephenson, Lorry Adams, Willow Springs, Stern- 
berg, Alan Lonny, Long Beach, N. Y. 



Eighth Row: 

Stevens, James Timothy, Allentown, Penn ; Stewart, 
David Lee, Winston-Salem; Stewart, Robert Wright, 
Miami Beach, Fla,; Stokes, Julio Ann, Hertford, 
Stone, Richard Gabriel, Jr., Raleigh, Stribling, Jess 
Hawkins, Jr., Evanston, III, Strickland, Nothlee 



Curti! 



opoli: 



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Ninth Row: 

Sugg, Charles Floyd, Seagrove; Sugg, William 
Archie, Jr., Chappaqua, N. Y.; Summerlin, Albert 
Eugene, Savannah, Go ; Summey, James Wirt, III, 
Gastonia; Sumner, Charles Wayne, Etowah; Sutton, 
James Dee, Jr., La Grange, Sweoringen, Fred 
Jones, Jr., Colonial Heights Va. 



Tenth Row: 

Tobb, Lester Mortin, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Tober, George 
Lindley, Glen Saint Mary, Flo.; Tolley, James 
Moynard, Jr., Durhom; Taylor, John Dimiter, West 
Palm Beach, Flo ; Taylor, Lawrence Arthur, Jr., 
Poplor Bluff, Mo.; Taylor, William Howard, Aber- 
deen; Tedder, Jimmie Dale, High Point. 



Eleventh Row: 

Tenenboum, Lee Josel, Atlonto, Ga ; Thocker, 
Millard Clyde, Timberlake, Thcirrington, James 
Horold, Raleigh; Thomas, Charles Avery, Jr., 
Burlington; Thomas, Robert E., Ramseur; Thomp- 
son, Charles Raymond, Asheville, Thompson, Wil- 
liam Cannon, Jr., Roanoke Rapids. 



FRESHMEN 




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First Row: 

Thorpe, Alexander Proudfit, III, Rocky Mount; 
Tiedeman, John Denby, Silver Spring, Md.; Tim- 
berloke, Roberts Edgar, Lexington; Tino, David 
Richer, Gastonra; Tise, Gary Francis, Winston- 
Salem; Todd, Edward Eugene, III, Winston-Soiem; 
Toler, William Henry, Jr., Rocl<y Mount. 



Second Row: 

Tolmon, Ethon Colby, Dublin, N. H ; Tomlinson, 
Julius H., Thomosville; Toney, Lorry C, Roieigh; 
Tudor, Gerald Wyott, Angier; Tugman, Stuart 
Grady, Jr., Boone; Umstead, Gairy Ewell, Bohamo; 
Umstead, Larry Lyon, Bahama. 

Third Row: 

Upchurch, Jimmy Wolker, Apex; Upton, Stephen 

Richard, Jr., Smithfield; Voden, Harold Wayne, 

Reidsville; Vonce, James Rhen, Williomsport, Penn.; 
Vonderburg, Williom Lee, Goldsboro; Vaughan, 
John Southgate, Jr., Woodland; Veasey, Luther 
David, Durham. 



Fourth Row: 

Vick, Benjamin Richard, Asheboro; Visbet, Charles 
Richord, Charlotte; Wainer, Theodore Reuben, 
Winston-Solem; Waitmon, Albert Marvin, Fayette- 
ville; Wolker, Kenneth Russell, Spartanburg, S C; 
Walker, Lawrence Calvin, Burlington; Wolker, 
Robert Glenn, Hickory. 



Fifth Row: 

Waters, James Candler, Asheville; Weormouth 

Williom Harvey, Greenville, S. C ; Weaver, George 

Walter, Arlington, Va.; Weover, Roy Albert, Four 

Oaks; Weaver, Wilson, Fred, Lincolnton; Webster, 

David Wesley, Graham; Weiss, Howard Irving, High 

Point. 



Sixth Row: 

Welborn, James Ray, Marion, Welch, Jock H., Wil- 
liomston; Wells, Harry Warren, Chevy Chose, Md.; 
Whitoker, Donald Reid, Burlington; Whitaker, John 
Clarke, Jr., Winston-Salem; White, James Arnold, 
Pine Level; White, Jerry Michael, Winston-Salem. 

Seventh Row: 

Whitehead, Willis Lee, Chapel Hill; Whitehurst, 

Kenneth Wayne, Beautort; Whiteside, William 

Scott, Asheville; Whitty, John Randolph, New 

Bern; Widenhouse, Gary Eugene, Concord; Wilkins, 

Robert Mason, Durham; Williams, Clyde Franklin, 

Burlington. 



Eighth Row: 

Williams, David Robert, Biscoe; Williams, John 
Robert, Black Mountain; Willioms, Jon David, 

Maiden; Williams, Richard Edward, New Bern; 

Williams, Robert R., Asheville; Williford, Carl 

Patrick, Angier; Wilson, James Worren, State 
College, Penn. 



Ninth Row: 

Wilson, John Dee, Asheville; Wilson, Robert Murray, 
Asheboro; Wilson, Walter Warren, Jr., Graniteville, 
5. C ; Wimberley, Robert Diggs, Rocky Mount; 
Winters, William Warfield, Spring Lake; Wirkus, 
Faustin Edmund, Baltimore, Md.; Withers, Abner 
Carr, Spencer. 



Tenth Row: 

Wood, Thomos Benbury, Edenton; Woodard, James 
William, II, Kenly; Woodard, Kenneth Paul, Selma; 
Worsley, George Lawrence, Jr., Rocky Mount; 
Wright, George Corver, Jr., Mount Airy; Wright, 
John Pot, Kinston; Yancey, Samuel Motz, Marion. 



Eleventh Row: 

Yates, Scott Tucker, Asheboro; Younce, Charles 
Pearson, Greensboro; Young, Charles Sherrill, 
Catawba; Young, Mickey Wayne, Winston-Salem; 
ZIotnicki, Bogdon Michoel, Colon. 





THE DAILY TAR HEEL 




J. A. C. Dunn 

Associate Editor 



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More independent and more lively than ever, the 
1955-56 editions of The Daily Har Heel kept the 
campus talking and thinking. Controversy and full 
coverage of the campus were as common as copy 
pencils in the Graham Memorial offices. Six days per 
week an energetic staff served the campus a smart, 
eight-column, four-page package of news, sports, 
editorials, features, columns, and — as any professor 
will vouch — crossword puzzles. 

With Co-Editors Louis Kraor and Ed Yoder at the 
helm, the paper prodded and provoked on often- 
apathetic student body. Managing Editor Fred Powl- 
edge gathered together the most formidable staff in 
a college generation, and daily he led them in pro- 
ducing the best-looking, most complete paper in years. 

There were others, some of whom gained eight- 
point bold caps glory in by-lines and others whose 
work was known best only by their co-workers. They 
included News Editor Jackie Goodman, Sports Editor 
Wayne Bishop, Associate Editor J. A. C Dunn, Charlie 
Sloan, Bill Corpening Clarke Jones, Peggie Humphrey, 
Ethan Tolman and many others. These were the ele- 
ments, along with type and ink, that made The Daily 
Tar Heel, 1955-56. 



Fred Powledge 

Managing Editor 




Bill Bob Peel 

Business Manoger 





Wayne Bishop 






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NEWS STAFF 
Gathered around Jackie Goodman, News Editor, are Joan McLean 
Mike Vester, Charlie Johnson, James Nichols, Susan Quinn, Charli( 
Sloan and Ethan Tolman. 




BUSINESS STAFF 
Fred Katzin, Dick Sirkin and Carolyn Nelson 




SPORTS STAFF 
Albert Goldsmith and Larry Cheek 



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Opened in 1 93 1 , in memory of Edward Kidder Graham, the Graham Memorial 
Student Union has had eighteen directors in its twenty-four years. Now, with 
an improved and expanded program, the Union is to get its first "permanent" 
director. GM now sponsors the GM Activities Board functions, the Student 
Entertainment Committee presentations and Sound and Fury oroductions, as 
well as "extras" such as Aldous Huxley and e. e. cummings. 




Seoted: Don Fowler, Chairmar 
Yoder, Bob Young, Jock Stev 
David Reid. 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS 
Saunders, Sue Fink, Paul Ness, and Isabelle McLeod. Standing: Ed 
Wallace, Ed Borden, Norwood Bryan, Sam Magill, Jim Exum, and 



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STUDENT ENTERTAINMENT 
COMMITTEE 
Seated Ruth Dalton, Ed Borden, Chair- 
man; and Jane Cocke. Standing: Don 
Freeman, Bob Young, Jim Wallace, 
Layton McCurdy, and Don Kurtz. 



GRAHAM 
MEMORIAL 



STAFF 
First Row Charlie Covell, Lew Robertson, Dan Turner, and Mrs. Douglas 
Fambrough. Second Row Dean Butler, Dusty Lamson, Leroy Griffin 
Ben Peele, Bill Cyr, ond Lorry Williams. Third Row Clyde Burleson, 
Doyid Reaves, Steve Stephenson, Erhord Katienbach, and Billy Godwin 




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Jim Wolloce, Advisor to GMAB; Anne 
Wrenn, Secretary; Vic Sydnor, Vice- 
President, Linda Monn, Vice-President; 
and Bob Young^ President. 



GMAB is the student programmir.g board of the 
Graham Memorial Student Union. The year's program 
began successfully with a freshman orientation dance, 
attended by about 2,300 students in the Tin Can Fre= 
flicks drew packed houses every Friday night. Roman- 
tic couples hove packed the new Rendezvous Room on 
Saturday nights. Outdoorsmen flocked to a Rod and 
Gun field meet. Charlie Peterson, the billiards expert, 
and the campus-wide Ping-Pong tourney drew crowds, 
"Heaven Help Us," Sound and Furv's fall show, 
jammed Memorial Hall. 



GRAHAM MEMORIAL 
ACTIVITIES BOARD 





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Committee Chairmen 
Greene, Bob Stoton, 
Gedney, Jane Howie 
Ludwig, Juan West, i 



for the 

Roberta : 

Bob Hi 

nd Trissic 



Activities Board 



Tex Burleson 



Loura Ervin, Sylvia 
], Ken Lowry, Bob 
Pat McBone, John 



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PANHELLENIC 
COUNCIL 



Officers are, seated, Mory Gillespie, President; Pot 
Dixon, Vice-President; Mishew Cooper, Secretary. 
Standing, Jean Robertson, Scholarship Chairman; 
Henri Von Order, Projects Chairman; Anne McCabe, 

Treasurer. 




Seoted Mockie Cloy, Chi Omega; Donna Ashcroft, Alpha Delta Pi; Solly Cowles, Pi Beta Phi, 
Nancy Buron, Chi Omega Kitty Colemon, Delta Delta Delto, Cory Coperton, Delta Delta Delto; 
Carolyn Nelson, Alpha Delta Pi; and Ann Williams, Pi Beta Phi, Standing; Joan Tidwell, Alpha 
Gammo Delta; Fronkie Junker, Alpha Gamma Delta; Mortho May, Koppo Delta; and Anne Scott, 
Kappa Delta. 



The purpose of the Panhellenic Council is to coordinate sorority affairs — 
the Council formulates the rules governing rush and supervises the rush 
program The main object is to foster friendly relations among the 
sororities Panhell is composed of three girls from each sorority plus 
their alumna adviser, a member of the Stray Greeks and an adviser from 
the office of the Dean of Women. Each spring Panhell sponsors a work- 
shop in which all sororities participote, as well as taking port in many 
community projects. 



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First Row: 

Connie Dixon, Kappo Alpha Theta 
Ann Edwards, Kappa Kappa Gamrr 
Fortier, Kappa Alpha Thefa, Susa 
man. Phi Mu. 



Second Row; 

Mary Lourin Gravely, Zeta Tau Alpha, 
Sondy Hirt, Gamma Phi Beta; Bunny 
Ktenke, Alpha Omicron Pi; Noncy Mc- 
Fodden, Kappa Kappo Gamma. 



Third Row; 

Edith Moore, Phi Mu; Betty Ann Neas, 

Phi Mu; Dare Peace, Phi Mu; Joan Rumpt, 

Kappa Kappo Gamma. 



Fourth Row: 

Mary Rutli Silliphont, Delta Gamma; 
Smith, Kappo Alpha Theto; Mary 
Wallace, Zeta Tou Alpha, Jane War' 
Sigma Kappo. 




Nan Brown 

President 



STRAY GREEKS 



The Stray Greek Organization is composed of sorority girls whose choDters 
are not represented on this campus. Its aim is to provide a social outlet for 
its members, and to preserve the bonds of unity and sisterhood in sorority life. 

This group was founded in 1944 under the leadership of Twigg Branch. 
It has gained more and more recognition on campus since then, and its 
membership now totals almost thirty. This year the Stray Greeks handled the 
Panhellenic Post Office during sorority rush week, and each member served 
as a Panhellenic Adviser in her own dormitory. The Stray Greeks also took 
part in the Woman's Athletic program, service projects, and social activities. 



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ALPHA DELTA PI 





Alpha Delta Pi was founded nationally 
in 1 851 at Wesleyan Female College in 
Macon and chartered at the University 
of North Carolina November 11,1 939. 
Her colors are blue and white and her 
flower the woodland violet. The publi- 
cation of Alpha Delta Pi is The Adel- 
phean. 



First Row: 

Donna Ashcroft, President; Martha Beol, Ann Cooper, 

Sue Grumpier, Secretary. 



Second Row; 

Marilyn Hedrick, Vice-President; Liz Hoir 

Jennings, Janice Lovelace. 



Third Row: 

Ann McCabe, B. A. Mihm, Harriet Morgan, Carolyn 

Nelson. 



Fourth Row: 

Ann Nichols, Treasurer; Nancy Register, Shirley Saieed, 

Mary Helen Shelburne. 



Fitth Row: 
Frances Spain, Fri 
Harriette Watson 



Timberlake, June Ann Tingle 



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Donno Ashcroft 

President 



1955 — -prosperous summer . . . six married, three 
engaged, four pinned and the rest of us still hopeful 
. . . rush — Register, Lovelace and Timberlake, Inc., 
paint porch furniture with poster paint while Liz cuts 
square bushes . . . McCabe hussies everyone to the 
beauty shop , . . Donna weeps, but has hair cut any- 
way . . . Nelson acquires hi-fi and begins music 
appreciation lessons . . . Fan-Tan craze hits us, with 
Horriette, Sue and June Ann running casino . . . 
Nichols gambles away sorority funds . . . Hedrick and 
Harriet-Gladys use steel patio to advantage . . . Cooper 
tremendous hit as magazine chairman . . . Frances 
sells Christmas Cards . . . Martha pledges a fraternity 
. . . Shirley retires American Tel and Tel . . . Joan 
runs student government . . . B. A. commutes from 
Aldermen . . . Ann and Mary Helen jewels during 
rush . . . fire drills with audience . . . frantic 1 1 p.m 
meetings . . . Tom Lehrer songs after dinner . . two 
Valkyries and two Yack beauty winners . . . displays 
and floats that don't win in spite of being cleverer than 
the others . . . National arrives with gongs at 4 am. 
. . . fortifying before Yack beauty contest . . . little 
sisters . . . serenades . . . practice teachers leave 
amid floods of tears . . . and so do we . . . carry on, 
pledges! 



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FALL PLEDGE CLASS 
Firbt Row: Broswell, Fullton, Burgwyn, Dance, Brooks, Ed- 
mondson. West. Second Row Knott, Norman, Stephens, 
Wells, Anderson, Stockton, Owens, Willsey, Douglass, Herman. 
Third Row: Whedbce, Dees, Peeler, Bowers, Chandler, 
Wendler, Silloy, Clarenboch, Lindeman, Hassell, Welsh, 
Williams, Petrou. 






Angels looked homeward as September saw the Alpha 
Gams land in Chapel Hill, complete with baggage, 
Pep pills, and R. D. X. The year was off to a good 
start as we acquired 25 wonderful pledges, a kitten, a 
brick walk, and half a dozen new fiances. Everyone 
worked hard, and in spite of complaints, nobody 
minded hardships as rush meetings on Friday nights 
and putting up Homecoming displays at 6:30 a.m. 

We'll never forget: Ellen's letters from Texas . . . 
Alma's "Hi, Honey" . . . Page's gastroectomy tales 
. . . Carlton's "Y'all, I just 'luv' him" . . Valkyries 
. . . Nancy's "I can't stand it!" . . Young Bride 
magazines . . . Stoop's "why doesn't he call?" . . . 
Itsie's laugh . . . Frankie's "sorry, I'm pinned" . . . 
trips to High Point . . . Joan's "men are nodamgood" 
. . . diamonds and pins . . . Trudy's "I've lost another 
pound" . . . Ann Houghton . . . Ajax, the foaming 
cleanser . . . Jean's sleeping, buried under a pillow . . . 
Icie absorbed in Winnie-the-Pooh . . . fire drills and 
Madame Queen's "I can't" . . . diets and 62 pounds 
of Alpha Gam weight lost . . . Bea's "I wish it were 
Friday" . . . Gwen's medals . . . Mitzi's "bills are due" 
. . . Jackie's afternoon dates . . . Jean's cooking . . . 
the unforgettable pledge weekend . . . peanut butter 
and jelly . . . operator at 1 :40 A.M. "who called South 
Carolina?" (Mary?) . . . JiJi, Miss Modern Venus . . . 
Mrs. Patee's "any suggestions for lunch?" . . . 

Dances, coffee breaks, bridge games, rush parties, 
Chapter meetings . . . these are our memories. 



FALL PLEDGE CLASS 

First Row Newsome, Diseker, Aldridge, 
Collins, Carpenter, Blayney, Bridges. Second 
Row Harvey, Frailer, Crawford, Aldridge, 
Jones, Shotken, Reynolds. Third Row: Gll- 
lett, Riley, Murray, Huglies, Harris, Howell, 



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Alpha Gamma Delta was founded 
nationally in 1904 at Syracuse 
University, and chartered at the 
University of North Carolina in 
1 945. Her colors are red, buff and 
green and her flowers, red and 
buff roses. The publication of 
Alpha Gamma Delta is The Quar- 
terly. 



First Row: 

Beatrice Allston, Anne Corlton, Ellen Dook, 

Secretary; Nancy Eversman. 



Mary Gould, MItzie Hall, Treasun 
Junker, Trudy Lefler, Vice-Presiden 



Third Row. 
Gwen Lemly, 
Robertson. 



obel Mosterson, Ann Page, Je 



Fourth Row: 

Frances Stubinger, Joan Tidwell, President; 

Alma Weston, Jocqueline Wilkins. 



ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 




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CHI OMEGA 





Chi Omega was founded nationally 
in 1895 at the University of Ar- 
kansas, and chartered at the Uni- 
versity of North Carolina January 
20, 1923 Her colors are cardinal 
and straw and her flower is the white 
carnation. The publication of Chi 
Omega is The Eleusis. 



First 


Row; 














Ann 


Scott Anderson, 


An 


n Borwi 


:k. 


Cater 


Box 


ley. 


Esten 


Bohanon, Alice 


Lye 


riy Bost, 


Treasure 


■■• 




Secor 


d Row; 














Betsy 


Bost, Noncy Buron 


Mortho 


A 


nn Clo 


V, P 


esi- 


dent. 


Sara Cobb, Har 


riet 


Conger. 











Ttlird Row: 

Mishew Cooper, Mary Windley Dunn, Secretary; 

Sally Edgerton, Loura Ervin, Margaret Funk. 



Fourth Row: 

Elizabeth George, Saro Alice Jockson, Mory Jordan, 

Betty Kilgore, Gail Lowson. 



Fifth Row: 

Belle Lee, Charlotte Lilly, Vice-President, Nancy 

McDoniel, Elizabeth McGrow, Outchie Milligon. 



Sixth Row: 

Amy Morse, Elizabeth Patm 

Barbara Seaman, Kirksey Sink. 



Mory Rucker, 



Seventh Row: 

Nancy Suttle, Judith Tolley, Marianne Thomas, 

Jeonnette Uzzell. 




Blistered hands, aching backs and tired smiles 
happily resulted in 28 glorious pledges. 

Rockefeller Suite opens for inspection along with 
new showers, Scottie gets telephone dial for engage- 
ment ring . . . Bost, the lady in red, keeps us out of 
red . . . Seaman and Ervin form Freudian Fan Club 
. . . Lowson starts Home for Wayward Animals; 
B. C. reserves room for Bud . . . Bridal consultants 
find happy hunting ground on third — Gray and 
Mishew . . . Beauty Queen Sally acquires secret 
admirer . . . Jordon changes horses in mid-stream 
. . . Berwick fools everyone with Milk Survey . . 
Sara gets gold trinkets from Willard . . . Amy and 
Dutchie follow Tar Heels in rain and vain . . Kitty 
and Kirksey brew coffee in Pigmy Haven . , Mary 
Lee practices home-making at 408 Rosemary 
Libby specializes in shoe polishing . . . Harriet and 
Dr. Lover chug Pepto . . . Sara Alice, extra-curricu- 
lar butterfly, orients . . . Madam Marianne, Palmist, 
foretells . . . Jeanette and Esten Bob-a-long . . 
Tennessee Tally attends NSA Rally . . . Madame 
Buran still fights off suiters . . . Lilly steadies badly 
rocking ship . . . McDaniel keeps track with Bob . . . 
Clay and Kilgore keep circuit to Durham busy . . . 
Dunn supports postal service . Cater consistently 
catching forty winks . . . Funk makes like Madame 
Curie . . . Through it all Mrs. Bizzell, beloved house- 
mother to us all, plays guardian angel to her lambs. 



Mackie Cloy 7 

President 





FALL PLEDGE CLASS 
Melton, Chopin, Seytert, Hammond, 



First Row 

Hackney. Second Row Shuford, Procfo 
Lilly, Anthony, Horvey, Williams. Third 
Madre, Tyler, Simms, Tarrant, LeGrand, 



Williamson, Show, 
Whitfield, Woters, 
Ruffin, McQueen, Divine, 
ker. Love, Norman, Owens. 



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DELTA DELTA DELTA 





Delta Delta Delta was founded na- 
tionally in 1 889 at Boston University, 
and was chartered at the University 
of North Carolina April 9, 1943. 
Her colors are silver, gold and blue 
and her flower is the pansy. The 
publication of Delta Delta Delta is 
The Trident. 



Cat Berryhill, Lou Ann Bissetl, Nancy Bridgers, 
Cary Caperton, President. 



Second Row; 

Jane Cocke, Vice-President; Kitfy Coleman, Jo 

Cullifer, Grace Donhoff. 



Third Row; 
Carolyn Gn 
Holt. 



Ann Johnston, Virginlc 



Fifth Row; 

Ruth Lott, Pot Oli> 



Lois Owen, Beth Ponky. 



Sixth Row: 

Collie Pruitt, Joan Purser, Treasurer; Betty Lee 

Rogers, Secretary; Henri Van Order, Ann Wrenn. 




Cary Caperton 

President 



^L. 



What will we remember about the year we lived at 
210 Pittsboro? Good things came in three — Boo, 
DaDa, Carolyn . . . dozen sisters squeezed into 
Ree's, Edna's, Patty's room . . . morning Jane's ring 
shone in our faces . . . Beth looking angelic after 
call from Newport . . Mimi and Henri, in and out 
in tomato-soup cor . . . Ruth luring us off to movies 
after lunch . . . John and Henry rationing Rye- 
crisp to diet table — Betty Lee, Trissie, the twins . . . 
(Jayne ate appetite-killing capsules) . . . Lou Ann, 
Joan Brown, and Nancy Bridgers leaving with 
diplomas in February . . . 

Jane Cocke's face when Roland was knocked out 
. . . Bird chosen KA Rose and Yack Beauty Queen 
. . . Dotty, involved with Zetes — Ann Gobbel's ATO 
. . . Lois in general state of wretched health . . . 
Rooney fighting with chicken wire . . Virginia and 
her West Point jewelry . . . Grace's John and Jo's 
Winston, in Durham and Korea . . . The Purser 
rushing off to counting-house ... 2 honorary 
pledges Pat and Sylvia sponsored . . . Mrs. Mc- 
Donald's good rush ideas . . . We shrieked with joy 
at the new Delta Flappers (27 Skiddoo!) These 
things we will remember. 




FALL PLEDGE CLASS 
First Row: Powell, Brondt, Ashley, Mitchell, 
Heinzen. Second Row Spivey, Jones, M. Barber, 
Roy, L. Curtis, Torontino, A. Barber, Voorhis, 
Third Row Waldner, Robinson, Miller, Tro 
Beese, Greene, Jelks, F. Curtis, Floyd, Clarke. 




KAPPA DELTA 





Kappa Delta was founded nationally 
in 1897 at Longwood College, Farm- 
ville, Virginia, and chartered at the 
University of North Carolina May 
22, 1951. Her colors are green and 
white and her flower is the white 
rose The publication of Kappa Delta 
is The Angelos. 



First Row; 

Phoebe Aydlett, Judy Block, Erolyn Blount, Bo 



Second Row: 

Roberta Dixon, Edith Fornum, Treasurer. Elizobeth 

Floyd, Secretary; Linda Gorriss. 



Fourth Row; 

Kathleen Malloy, Marge Morple, Martho Moy, 

President; Marcia McCord. 



Fiftti Row; 

Marion Mize, Mary Lone Mordecoi, Solly Patter- 
son, Solly Price. 



Sixth Row: 

Diane Roane, Anne Scott, Mo 

President; Roberta Zwohlcn. 




On Sept. 8, the doors of the Kappa Delta 
house opened and we began another chapter 
in our lives at Carolina At the first of 

the year, Joan proved that fire escapes have 
several advantages . . . Kit, Sylvia and Liz 
made our "Planetarium Dreams" come true 
. . . Scott's order, "Smile, you guys," brought 
success . . . sixteen terrific pledges, and 
with the new pledges our enthusiasm and 
spirits soared . . . 

We'll remember , Phoebe, who won- 

dered if 700 doughnuts and five pounds of 
potato chips would be enough for the porty 
. . . Dee Dee's sly grin, which meant pay the 
bill or else . . . Erolyn and Mary Lone, the 
connoisseurs of good foods and hiking ex- 
peditions . . . Judy, who coached us on to 
victory . . . Marge and McCord's phone calls 
in the wee morning hours . . and Martha's 
perplexing problems as President. 

Nor shall we forget . . . Mrs. Morris, our 
new housemother, football gomes, pledge 
week-ends, Peg's wedding, Valkyrie Sing, 
fraternity parties, coffee breaks, and beach 
trips . . . 

So once again comes the end of a wonder- 
ful year. We seniors bid all a fond adieu . . . 
surely wish we could return in '56 with 
you!!! 



Martha May 

President 





FALL PLEDGE CLASS 
First Row: Heaton, Gotten, Thompson, Pickerrell. 
Second Row: Dixon, Richardson, Hodgson, Gardner, 
Remig, Adkins, Smith, Jackson. 



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Anne Willi< 

President 



First 



FALL PLEDGE CLASS 
Hall, Bobbitt, Sanders, Miller, Ashley, 
Marsh, Cronan. Second Row: French, Shalibo, 
Walker, Ford, Lewis, Shipley, Buie, Suitt, Nusseor. 
Third Row Stolvey, Dudley, Watson, Moddison, 
Moore, Humphrey, McKee, Roberson. 



September 6th came and so did all the little Pi Phi's 
— to be greeted by many old faces and three new 
heads. Just to see the house grow was worth the 
trundle beds, broken double-deckers and sounds of 
"It's broken again!" With the extension of our new 
wing, ATO's have grown three eyes — telescopes. 
Get those girls! We did — 27 new Pi Phi's. It must 
have been the rotation. Of course we celebrated — 
party with our friends, the Wrens, telling us "It feels 
so good" ... to have this pledge class. Rumor said 
the Pi Phi's were the most fiery girls on campus — 
really! It was the house that burned. D. C. and N. Y. 
'■■ere invaded Thanksgiving and we took advantage 
of the cultural opportunities. Pledge weekend . . . 
the actives went too. Finally exams and "anyone for 
Harry's?" — coffee, you know. Spring! We went to 
the beaches on weekends to rest. Some of us got 
burned — sun sure was hot. Seniors frantic as South 
Building comes through . . . "Sorry, you lack V2 
quality point." June! and those of us who failed 
Sociology 62 ventured forth into the world. But we 
left knowing the oriental rug will continue to lie 
and the arrow will burn brighter. 



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First Row: 

Joan Adams, Susan Andes, Peggy Ballard, 

Mary Grady Burnette, Sallie Cowles. 



Second Row; 

BIynn Durning, Jane Eagteton, Jane Edwards, 

Vice-President; Betsy Gorvy, Barbora Fleshman. 



Third Row; 

Pat Graham, Virginia Gray, Dot Greuloch, Julii 

Hall, Jessine Hart. 



Fourth Row; 

Bessie Holt, Jane Little, Kay Messink, Ann 

Penn, Susan Quinn. 



Fifth Row; 

Eddie Rogers, Secretary; Jo Sinclair, Sarah Stem- 
bridge, Mot Stockton, Treasurer; Pottie Tuttle. 



Sixth Row; 

Sharon Warrington, Wendy Wellons, Anne 

Williams, President; Helen Williams, Helen 

Wood. 



Pi Beta Phi was founded national- 
ly in 1867 at Monmouth College, 
Monmouth, Illinois, and chartered 
at the University of North Caro- 
lina in 1925. Her colors are wine 
and silver-blue and her flower is 
the wine carnation. The publica- 
tion of Pi Beta Phi is The Arrow. 



PI BETA PHI 



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Bev Webb 

Chairman 



DEBATE COUNCIL 



The Debate Council consists of four members of the Debate 
Squad, a representative from the Philanthropic Society, the 
Dialectic Senate, and one from the Carolina Political Union. 
The Council formulates the policies of the Debate Squad which 
is mode up of all those students interested in formal debate and 
intercollegiate debating. Students travelled up and down the 
east coast discussing this year's national topic — "Resolved: 




Members of the Debate 
Council ore, seated, 
Taylor, Shaw, Lieberman, 
Harrington, Dr. N. W. Mattis, 
Dickmon, Burrows, Members 
of the Debate Squad are, 
standing, Eisenberq, Ashcraft, 
Corbitt, Oglesby, Pruitt, 
Brooks, Evans, Shonts, 
Katzensfein, Major and 
Fleshman. 



That the non-agricultural industries of the United States should 
guarantee their workers an annual wage." Tournaments were 
attended at the University of South Carolina, Boston University, 
Wake Forest College, Tulane University, the College of William 
and Mary, the University of Pittsburgh, Georgetown University, 
the University of Virginia, Emory University as well as the Na- 
tional AFROTC Tournament and the West Point Invitational 
Tournament. 



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The United States National Student Association is a confedera- 
tion of the majority of the colleges in the United States. The 
chief function of N.S.A. is to hold a National Congress each 
year to bring together problems, solutions to problems, ideas of 
world, national and local concern, and to formulate policy on 
these. UNC has assumed a role of prominence in this organi- 
zation. A former student, Jim Wallace, was one of the founders. 




Members of NSA are Dove 
Reid, Lewis Brumfield, Gra- 
hom Rights, Jim Martin ond 
Bill Wible. 



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Two Carolina men have been Presidents, and this year Jim 
Turner is National Vice-President, Student Affairs. Campus- 
wise, N.S.A. serves as a liaison between the National and 
Regional Offices in furnishing information to aid existing organi- 
zations. The campus unit is also responsible for a delegation 
representing Carolina at the annual Congress. 




NATIONAL 

STUDENT 

ASSOCIATION 



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mim 




OCTOBER 



The Case of the Grinning Fool. 



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firm handshake and hearty 
eetings help put traternity 
ishees at ease- 





Attractive Amy Morse boosts the Carolina spirit when 
Maryland scores another touchdown. 



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Weeks of steady rehearsing 
produced one of the best 
musicals ever seen. 




Top-quality singing from chorus members complemented superb performances 
by Sue Fryer, Tern Gill, Be Bernordln, and John Devogt. 



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Bo Bernordin gives lost minute instructions before the first act 



FURY 




Spookyville is brought to life by the unexpected arrival of a travelling 
troupe of "stage ladies" 



Graham Memorial Activities Board revived Sound 
end Fury in the fall of 1954 and thereby opened a 
new era of student musical comedy presentations 
at Carolina. The first production, Scandals of '55, 
hinted of the organization's newness but was well 
received by the students. These growing pains were 
much less apparent in the group's second effort, 
Satan's Saints and marked progress was evident this 
fall with the production of Heaven Help Us, Sound 
and Fury's first show featuring on all-original score 
and script. Born of student spirit and ambition, 
Sound and Fury has as its purpose the production 
of musical comedy which will appeal to the student 
body as a whole. Giving an outlet for untrained 
student talent and energy has been its greatest 
achievement. 

"HEAVEN HELP US!" 










Kitty Kerr was one of the outstanding contestants in the Intra- 
mural Sports Carnival 




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Autumn leaves ond a warm fall evening provide 
an ideal setting for young romance 




itronomy Club members occasionally find 
ther startling sights in the upper regions 



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Collie Collison 

Head Cheerleader 



As Roland Perdue broke through the hoop presenting the Tar Heels of 1955, 
the football season opened with the traditional spirit of the Tar Heels hitting 
a new high Throughout the season, the pep rallies proved to be the largest 
and most spirited Carolina has had in five years. The cheering squad, com- 
posed of Amy Morse, Dutchie Milligan, Patsy Poythress, Jo Cullifer, Anne 
Wrenn, Frank Black, Tom Wakefield, Larry Ford and Peter Julian under head 
cheerleader Collie Collison, accompanied the football team to every gome 
and led the faithful Tar Heel followers as they stood behind their team. 

CHEERLEADERS 





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The Carolina Cheerleaders lead the football squad onto the field at the beginning of the Notre Dame game. 




New and different ideas were brought out this year — a combo at the 
pep rallies, car caravans to Duke, and cheering in Y-Court. All this was 
topped off by the surprise package at the Duke game, and accented by the 
new cheers, "Carolina Cadence" and Collie's "Sound Off!" 

The students gave their wholehearted support to the Cheerleaders, and 
true Carolina spirit echoed from stadiums at home and away. 



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Head Coach George Barclay 

wotches a spirited Tar Heel 

workout two days before 

the Duke gome. 




First Row Ed Sutton, Lorry McMullen, Buddy Payne. Second Row Charles 
Boyette, Fronds Berry, Joe Temple, Jim Vornum. Third Row: John Haywood, 
Buddy Sosser, Rolond Perdue, Will Frye, Paul Pulley. Fourth Row: Wilson 
Shoulors, Lorry Muschamp, Dick Smith, Bo Thorpe. Fifth Row: Ken Keller, 
Don Lear, Steve Kupchick, Jock Lineberger, Hop Setzer. Sixth Row Dick 
Dorling, Wolly Vole, George Sfovnitski, Chorlie Robinson, Jim Jones. Seventh 
Row Howard Williams, Donnell Kelley, Dorden Livesoy, Glenn Doughtry, 
Dovid Reed. Eighth Row Bill Koman, John Bilich, John Jones, Vince Olcn, 
Jock Moultsby. 




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Ken Keller is brought down by a Sooner 
after taking an Oklahomo punt on his 
own 25 yard line. Tor Heels Jack 
Maultsby ond George Stavnitski arrive 
too late to help. 



Coach George Barclay's Tar Heels gave excellent early season promise 
when they opened the year by holding Oklahoma, who went to become 
the national champions, to a scant 13-6 win. On the following Satur- 
day, led by Ken Keller and David Reed, the Carolina squad defeated 
their traditional opponent N. C. State by the score of 25-18. 

The Georgia jinx then proved too much for Carolina and the Tar 
Heels were defeated by a two-touchdown attack in the second half 
to the tune of 28-7 Still down from the disheartening defeat in 
Athens the Tar Heels lost to a powerful Maryland squad by 25-7. 
The only score for UNC came as center Jimmy Jones intercepted a 
Tcmburello lateral and raced over the Terrapin goal line. 

Hampered by a lock of luck and spirit the Tar Heels were unable 
to score against Wake Forest and lost 25-0 on the Deacons home 
field. Tennessee was next and the upcoming Volunteers avenged their 
poor start by defeating Carolina, 48-7 

Junior Ed Sutton then led the Tar Heels to a comeback, as he 
scored twice on long runs to spark Caroline to a 32-14 win over South 
Carolina in the Oyster Bowl. The rejuvenated Tar Heels led by All- 
Conference end Will Frye held the Fighting Irish of Notre Dome to 
7-7 half time deadlock only to go down to defeat under a three touch- 
down barrage in the second half, 27-7. 

Sutton again starred as the Tar Heels defeated Virginia 26-14 
at Chapel Hill. In the lost encounter of the season the Carolina squad 
put on brilliant defensive show to hold Duke's vaunted Blue Devils 
to a meager 6-0 victory. 



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N. C. STATE 18 — UNC 25 

Right halfback Ken Keller sweeps his 
own right end for six yards and scores 
Caroline's third touchdown against 
N. C. State. 





Shifty quarterback Dave Reed breaks 
away on a punt return for 83 yards to 
score the second Tar Heel touchdown 
against N. C. State. Reed took the 
State punt on his own 17 yard line and 
went all the way down the sideline be- 
hind beautiful blocking by the entire 
Carolina team. 




GEORGIA 28 — UNC 7 
Dove Reed appears to be tropped 
at the line of scrimmage but goes 
on to pick up five yards against 
Georgia's Bulldogs. 



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Ed Sutton was given the Melvin T. 
Blossinghom Award as the most out- 
standing player of the Oyster Bowl 
game against South Carolina. 



MARYLAND 25 — UNC 7 
Center Jimmy Jones has intercepted a Tamburello (arrow) 
lateral and is racing for the Terrapin goal line end 
Carolina's only score against Maryland. 




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Joe Temple evades two Tennessee tacklers 
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Ed Sutton prepares to cut back behind blocker Johnny Jones c 

go all the way on o 40 yard punt return against South Carolii 
Carolina won 32-14. 



NOTRE DAME 27 — UNC 7 
Charlie Robinson has just caught o pass from 
Buddy Sosser to score Caroline's lone touchdown 

against Notre Dame. 












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Flashy halfback Ed Sutton crosses the Virginia 
five yard line on a 37 yard touchdown run. 
Two Cavaliers dive to stop him, but to no avail. 






Ken Keller, workhorse of the Tor Heel bockfield, 
falls into the end zone to score against Virginia. 




All Conference end Will Frye and fullback Don Lear bring down an unidentified 
Duke runner for no gain, as the Blue Devils attempt to sweep their own left end. 




Tor Heel co-coptcins, tackle 
Perdue and end Will Frye. 



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TAR BABIES 



The Tar Babies found the going tough this season, as they 
were held to one win in five games with ACC freshmen foes. 
The lone Carolina win was by a seven to zero score over the 
Baby Deacons of Wake Forest. 

The highlight of the Tar Heel season was the stellar work 
done by the defensive line. Only one team, the Maryland 
frosh, scored more than twice against them, but on offense 
the Tar Babies never could quite find the needed spark. Don 
Kemper's performance at fullback was excellent, and tackle 
David Coates headed the list of several fine linemen who 
showed up exceptionally well. 

The hard work and long hours of practice under Coach 
Ralph Floyd have done much toward developing a fine group 
of spirited sophomores for the 1956 varsity team. 




First Row: Droze, Rompola, DeContis, Hothowoy, Cooper, Smith, Wilson, Kryzal<. 
Second Row: Redding, Kemper, Reston, Turlington, Coates, Fenton, Reed, Koes, 
Shew. Third Row White, Coach Wade, Boggs, Coach Kuhn, Spencer, McDaniel, 
McLeod, McGehee, Donotelli, McNeeley, Peck, Dominick, Lipski, Coach Floyd. 



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CARDBOARD 

Cardboard, the organization which plans and stages UNC's 
elaborate and impressive card tricks at half-time of the foot- 
ball games, was reorganized and greatly improved this year 
under the able leadership of Snyder Pate. Much hard work 
went into originating, preparing and performing the many 
new stunts. This year Cardboard presented a coordinated 
program with the UNC marching band, and presented card 
tricks at one game away from Chapel Hill. By performing at 
the UNC-Duke game before the cameras of a national tele- 
vision network for the first time and through a feature story 
in a state newspaper, Cardboard was able to bring recognition 
to itself and to the University. 





First Row: Jeffe Carroll, Pete Evans, Snyder Pate, Connie McMahon, Andy Kistler,. 
Allan Reichert, and Bennett Thomas. Second Row Charles Hoover, Jessine Hort, Esther 
Ballentine, Carolyn Hofler, Jockie Farrow, Jane Riley, Anne Newsome, Janet Srooks, 
and Barbara Murray. Third Row Charles Parrish, Michael Hoyes, Julian Bridgers, Dovid 
Ellwanger, Don Gray, Ellison Neol, Bill Dunn, Bob Shuford, Douglas DeBonk, Bill 
Garden, Mohlon Clifford, and Bennette Whisenont. 



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The University of North Carolina bands — The Concert 
Band, The Marching Band, and The Pep Band, directed by 
Earl Slocum and Herbert W. Fred, serve to provide Carolina 
students with an opportunity for worthy use of leisure time 
and for continued musical development through the study 
and performance of the best in band Literature. 

The Marching Band provides music and pageantry at the 
football games. The elaborate formations and special 
musical arrangements used by the Marching Band for its 
half-time shows have become a trade-mark of Saturday 
afternoon activity in Kenan Stadium. The Pep Band per- 
forms at all pep rallies, several basketball games, and at 
the Annual Indoor Track Meet. 

The Concert Band, composed of selected instrumentalists, 
begins its season when it performs for and is host to North 
Carolina bandsmen who come to the University for the All 
State High School Band Clinic in late January. The Band's 
schedule includes formal concerts in Hill Hall, the spring 
concerts at Davie Poplar, a concert tour when possible, and 
the commencement concert. 



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"Blood Wedding" 




CAROLINA PLAYMAKERS 



In 1918 Frederick H. "Proff" Koch joined the University 
English department and introduced his famous English 
31, a course for beginning playwrights. This initiation of 
"Proff" Koch's efforts toward a new and vital folk drama 
brought as a result such successful American writers as 
Paul Green, Kermit Hunter, Josephine Niggli, Howard 
Richardson, Betty Smith, and Thomas Wolfe, as well as 
The Carolina Playmakers, today a famed University 
Theatre. 

Nov/ in their thirty-eighth season, the Playmakers' 
work falls into two categories: there is a program of 
major productions, which this year includes "Ondine"; 
"The Rainmaker," which toured three states; "Blood 
Wedding"; "Seventeen"; and "A Mid-Summer Night's 
Dream." In addition, there are experimental productions 
written, staged, and acted by students. Two full-length 
plays by new playwrights are also presented as major 
productions, and the Playmakers are responsible for 
annually bringing to Chapel Hill outside programs, such 
as "The Caine Mutiny Court Martial" with Paul Douglas, 
Wendell Corey, and Steve Brodie. 

The Carolina Playmakers are a very real Community 
Theatre. Any student, faculty member, or resident of 
the area may become a member simply by taking an 
active part in any one of the many phases of production 
of a Playmakers' play. 





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Members of the IFC executive council include Bob 
Hornik, Ed Hudgins, Jack Stevens, Dovid Connor and 
Ed Borden, President 



INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 




The IFC court members are, seated, Burt 
Veozey, Pot Erdridge, Bill Pittmon. and Jock 
Stevens, chairman Standing, Jim Potton, Joe 
Movretic, and Jerry Oppenhetmer. 






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The IFC annually sponsors Greek Week, 
which gives the individual pledge classes 
a chance to become better acquointed 



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The Interfraternity Council is the coordinator of the social fraternities 
on campus — its main objective is to further by unification and high 
ideals the standards of brotherhood, character, and scholarship neces- 
sary to any worthy fraternity. This year the IFC continued its practice 
of awarding the Andrew Bershak Memorial Scholarship, which is made 
up of contributions from the individual fraternities. Greek Week, held 
every year in the spring, featured exchange dinners, a pledge banquet, 
a day of constructive work in Chapel Hill, and inter-fraternity competi- 
tion in skits and athletics. A handbook on fraternity life, given to every 
man interested in pledging a fraternity, has proved an invaluable guide 
in successfully bringing together the individual and the fraternity. 







First Row: Shores, Burgess, Pittmon, Evans, Hensel, Newton, Taylor, Mitchell, Exum, 
Brown. Second Row: Williams, Giles, Walker, Eldridge, Pell, Fulton, Fitrgerald, Warwick, 
Andrews, Wood, Sessoms, Tice. Third Row: Ward, Veazey, Redding, Willioms, Darnell, 
Jefferies, Sanders, Wickham, Storrett, May, Oppenheimer. Holland. Harris. Daniel, Monroe, 
Kurtz, Saunders. 



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ALPHA TAU OMEGA 





The national fraternity of Alpha Tau 
Omega was founded at Virginia 
Military Institute in 1865, and the 
local chapter was established four- 
teen years later, in 1879. The offi- 
cial publication of Alpha TauOmega 
is The Palm, and its colors are azure 
and gold. 



First Row; 

Dick Baker, Bill Beebe, Tom Bradford. 



Robert Green, Watt Huntley, Jim Johnson, Lorry 
Muschamp. 



Cecil Newberry, Treaiurer, Dennis Oliver, Roland 
Perdue, Vice-President; Jim Preston. 



Joe Rand, CIcon Sanders, Graham Shanks, Wilson 
Shoulars. 



Steve Stout, Thomas Strickland, Rivers Upchurch, 
Burt Veaxey, President. 



Leo Woldrup, Beverly Webb, Secretary; Edward 
Whitmore, Ogburn Yates, Historian. 







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Mass return to the Hill . . . Orientation — Veazey's 
chairman . . . Hula hips, Choo returns . . . classes 
start, Ace included . . . football Saturdays . . . 
Captain Perdue, Shoulors and Muschamp . . . rush- 
ing brings out the big impression . . . pledge class 
tops, Thunderhead pilot — where did all those Wood- 
berry boys come fromi' . . . Yock contest — three 
Tou queens . . . ney, bo! . . . Fall Germans with 
Stan — hey, there's Twitch, the exec . . . Newberry 
moves out — commutes from Durham . . . Bubbles 
crushes all the gals . . . budding bishops — Soc, 
Stump and Pontius . . . N. Y. blast — Spaz lets it 
hang . . . what's this? — five Grail, four Fleece, five 
Phi Betes, Sheiks, Old Well — real hubcaps' . . . 
Bunting — no complaints . . Christmas party, Hein- 
rich is Santa . . a cool Yule . . . exams — midnight 
oil and flick team moving out — Shank's captain . . . 
March of Dimes — wild moosic . . . get box seats for 
whole show . . a big red rose for hurricanes . . . 
NRA all the way . , . Winter Germans . . . Balfour 
stock rises . . . Whitmore elected Y-court rep . . . 
pledge weekend . . , best ever . . . White says vows 
. . . tennis season — Skimps, Moose and T. B. come 
through . . . boondocks see action . . . debate trips 
. Webb turns orator . . . sorority parties . . . goat 
hill c, c ,. . . Michal and Strickland to hospital hill 
. . . graduation and mixed emotions . . final words 
said by Yates . . . one big year had by all . . . now 
it's your show, Juniors . . . see ya around! 



Burt Vcozey 

President 





FALL PLEDGE CLASS 
Front Row: Yates, Lombert, Bronhom, Stud- 
still, Zwicker. Back Row: Creighton, Morks, 
Luesing, Robbinson, Rand, Yancey, Steck, 
Paine, Kenan, Reichle. 



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Mike Boyatt 

President 



FALL PLEDGE CLASS 
Front Row Muggins, Cowan, Hothowoy, Neller, 
Willioms. Bock Row: Froelich, pledge master, 
Nisbet, Klein, Leggette, Purnell, Hazzard, Tomlin- 
son. Bender, McColl. 



Fresh paint and more cars start the year . . . Little Red 
Shake Out Back sports a new juke box . . . constantly 
in use ..TV. set becomes more popular on Sunday 
afternoons than Kenan Stadium . . . "The Phantom" 
wreaked havoc on the goldfish, Brandner's Folly . . . 
somebody called the Ghouls for c party . . . Mike quit 
coughing long enough to yell "Get Off The Grass" . . . 
Rhinehart finally got a date, took a shower too . . . Co- 
Captains Leak and Moody led flick team through a fine 
season . . Hugh found someone he didn't like, Duddy 
disagreed . . Pridgen gave a rundown of midnight show, 
not the "Sands of Iwo Jimo" either . . . Hank really 
broke bad . . Limproot and Moonbeam went to the 
library . . . Willie popularized himself with dates . . . 
guitar music echoed through house along with cries for 
hot water . . . new sink best thing in house . . . rushing 
lasted too long but results were terrific . . . intramurals 
did well . . . long legs protruded from underside of an 
ancient Dodge . . . Thorney patronized Coke machine 
. . . Bynum gained favor as waiter of the year . . . Fox 
and May got letters . . . Sambo kept house intact and 
brothers in high spirits, "And your name!'" . . . 



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Miami University was the site of 
tlie founding of Beta Theta Pi in 
1839. The local chapter was 
established in 1852, The official 
publication is the Beta Theta Pi, 
and the colors are blue and pink. 
The rose is the flower of Beta 
Theta Pi. 



Mike Boya»», President, Lo 
Callicott, Owen Cook, Records 



Charles Fox, Jim Gay, Paxson Glenn, Barley 
Liipfert. 



Robert Litaker, Lloyd Lohr, Charles May, Hugh 
McColl. 



Fourth Row: 

Paul Monroe, House Manager; Jo 
Dick Noll, Secretary; Edward Pridgen 



Forbes Ramsey, John Raper, Fuller Shuford, 
Henry Turner, Thornley Walker. 



BETA THETA PI 




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CHI PHI 





The national chapter of Chi Phi was 
founded at Princeton University in 
1 824, and locally in 1 858 and 1 922. 
Its colors are scarlet and blue, 
and the publication is the Chi Phi 
Chakett. 



Ben Burbridge, Gorlond Coble, Collii 
Dan Crover. 



Charlie Fitzgerald, Chuck Hastings, Treasurer, 
Roger Herbert, Allen Holt. 



Jack Lewis, Phil Malone, Clyde Me 
Albert Moisc. 



Steve Partridge, Bill Sanders, H. G. Snipes, Mike 
Soper, Vice-President. 



Jack Stevens, Bud Walker, Bill Warwick, President; 
Albert Wood. 



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Bill Warwi 

President 




September brought back the Chi Phis to the White 
House on the hill to begin work and partying. It was 
work to get the house ready for rushing and A GREAT 
PLEDGE CLASS . . . football games, cabin parties, 
combos, nicknames . . . Corporation was born . . . 
COLLIE named his playmate of week . . PETE makes 
hit with coeds . . . CRAVER DAN in Y-court . . . 
stick'em in the ear . . . SCOTT wired for signs . . . 
FORD scratches alone . . . TEDDY BEAR cracks the 
whip . . , LARRY MIX in state of confusion . . . ZEUS 
and ZEUS JR. throwing lightning bolts . . . my 
MAMMA calls me JUNEBUG . . . H. G.— huh? . . 
SILENT SAM on wagon — ADPi . . . BAMBI becomes 
NANCY and GRUDY's mascot . . . ORANGUTAN . . . 
STUNTZ bites dust . . . WOOD tries . . . STEVENS 
and ABODE . . . "Mirror, mirror on the wall" — 
SANDERS and DON JUAN FITZ . . . "When I was 
in the navy'" . . SOPER date? . . . CREECH-LEWIS? 
. . . ROGER-DOT . . . MOISE hits Meredith . . . 
ARMSTRONG high pressures dates . . WEIL digs 
date from mud hole . . . OLD GRAD COBLE . . . PAR- 
TRIDGE and LEWIS around . . . the spirit, the accom- 
plishments, and the pledges made this year at CHI 
PHI one of the best. 




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FALL PLEDGE CLASS 
5, Littleton, Hunter, Stricklond, Abernothy, Garrell. 
Edwords, Huttmon, Russell, Purks, Morris, Kenon, 
Williams. Goldsmith, Louerhoss, 
ion, Sutton, Nelms, 



First Row: 

Second R( 

Smith, Sh 

Lopp, Inmon, Bruggeworth, 

Downer, Rottoy, Mobley, Armstrong 



Third 




Herb Wentz 

President 





"Who-0-0 didit?" . . we did — won the Thayer Trophy . . . 
walked into newly redecorated lodge, onto plush oriental 
carpet . . . new heating system — warm winters once again 
. . . heading the new regime — Wentz, Christedes, Lowry, 
Bryant . . unbeatable rushing trio — Franco Berryez, Karl 
Marks, Leonardo Revez . . , "Bloop!" . . . twenty "charm- 
ing" pledges . . . perpetual greeting (thirty-five years' 
worth) — "Up yo' leg!" . . . parties, banquets, and bolls, 
bolls, balls — the lodge, beach, mountains, Hogan's, Coun- 
try Club, Patio, Turnage's, Castle — hell, anywhere! — 
birthdays, sororities, orphans, alumni, houseporties . . . 
our own Blue Room, complete with dancing, live music, 
congenial company — even cocktails at six . . . lodge brains 
— Pfaff and Chappie . . the "Off-Beats" (?!) — Reaves, 
Kilpotrick, Hunnicutt . . . ping-pong twenty-four hours a 
day . . . Culture Cult — from High Point . . . "S(h)owers''!" 
. . . come in world! — Porks . . . "Penthouse Duo" — Fisher 
and Johnson . . . lovers, one and all . . . however, Bushby — 
I.D.C.'s . . . this is the most, to soy the least . . . 



FALL PLEDGE CLASS 
Front Row Dormstatter. Jordan, Aftowoy, 
Hickmon, Turner, Pfaff. Back Row La- 
vergne. Bell, Sugg, Lesley, Land, Hunting- 
ton, Biren, Romsey, Hunnicutt. 



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CHI PSI 




The national chapter of Chi Psi was 
founded at Union College in 1841, 
and locally in 1855. The publica- 
tions are the Purple and Gold and 
The Sigma Scroll, and its colors are 
purple and gold. 



First Row: 

Bob BorroH, Oewey Chappie, Silas Coley. 



Pete Donnenbaum, Nick Fisher, John Gorman, Don 
Hall. 



Don Huntington, Tom Johnson, Joe Keller, Jack 
Lewis. 



Ken Lowry, Secretary; Noel Petree, Jerry Sowers, 
Ed Smothers. 



Fifth Row: 

Larry Wolker, Zock Waters, Herb Wentz, President 




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DELTA KAPPA EPSILON 





Delta Kappa Epsilon was founded 
nationally at Yale University in 
1844, and the local chapter was 
established in 1851. Delta Kappa 
Epsilon publishes quarterly its offi- 
cial magazine, entitled The DEKE 
Quarterly, and the national colors 
ore scarlet, azure, and old gold. 



First Row: 

Chorles Ashford, Bruce Gustofson, Nathaniel Hayes. 



Prjtchard Lindsley, Robert Mason, Treasurer; Sted- 
mon Morris, Thomas Peorsoll. 



William Pender, Glenn Pickard, George Rogsdole, 
Cecil Rand. 



Fourth Row: 

James Rough, Robert Shelly, Conie Smith, David 



Fifth Row: 

Zebulon Weover, John Zollicotter. 



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Beta chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon celebrated a 
glorious 105th year! Per usual Shelly and Steve led the 
flick team but received able support from Panda and 
a newcomer, Hop Harrigan, Bogan, PTA, and Blades 
went down in the hall of fame for their grappling 
performances while Possum, Bell, Mozell, Hortzog, 
and Shores paced the intramural forces. Nightly 
courters proved to be two old reliables. Animal and 
Patrick, but a whole hose made bids for Casanova 
roles — Chip, Shelby, Fog, Issac, Pritch and C. Holt, 
Hose had the task of keeping all the actives squared 
away; The Bad Admiral and Zeb had to shape up a 
band of seventeen hoodlums that dropped in for a 
stay in October. Smashford and Glenwood sparked 
the Phi Bete aspirants and Skog kept us informed on 
how the other half lived. The annual poker fad found 
its way to the house and left its weekly mark in the 
form of several future Monte Carlo patrons — Horry, 
Ceps, and Lawyer Thorp. Pender continued to re- 
arrange his room — Morris just continued. Dubba com- 
pleted his course of study and began to set the pace 
Mason, C. Owen and Neaves were expected to follow. 
Tom-Cat, Zolly and Bebe were still musing on their 
first year of college. 



my Shores 

President 





FALL PLEDGE CLASS 
First Row: Cobb, Whitoker, Walker. Second Row; 
Atkinson, Patrick, Rand, Perry. Third Row Shuford, 
Watson, Johnson, Harrigan, Palmer, Heoly, Borden, 
Speir. 



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Dove Andrews 

President 



Front Row: Ellis, 
Couley. Back Ro 
Vance, Wilson. 



FALL PLEDGE CLASS 
Hego 



DU's are back and smiles are brighter and broader 
than ever . . . Jay Gimes here to guide our efforts from 
a national viewpoint, combination whirlwind, interior 
decorator, and VIP . . The house looking better than 
ever, and rush on a grand scale. A festive week of fun 
this year instead of tired smiles, tired handshakes, 
and small talk . . A pledge class worth all the efforts 
... A social chairman that's on the ball with results 
every weekend. One Jersey yank actually seems to be 
good for more than running through the woods . . . 
But its not all play and pledging this fall! With our 
eye on our third consecutive scholarship cup, we can 
be found behind our desks, now and then ... It looks 
like a good year, with prospects for some big steps 
forward . . . hints of new house ore in air Our alumni 
are more active than at any time in our four years. 
National is pushing us ahead even faster than our 
own high ambitions lead us, with the encouragement 
of an on-the-spot observer, full of ideas and experi- 
ence. The Georgia Alumni club has recently extended 
an encouraging handof brotherhood. The spirit ishigh! 



WWTl 



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Delta Upsilon was founded at Wil- 
liams College in 1834, and the local 
chapter in 1953. The Delta Upsilon 
Quarterly is its publication, and the 
colors are sapphire blue and old 
gold. 



Dove Andrews, President; Jim Armstrong, Treas- 
urer; Gerry Boudreou. 



Second Row: 

Jim Butfer, Tom Cornell, Peter Gems. 



Dole Glover, Gus Gront, Vice-President; Bob HIcc, 

Secretary. 



Fourth Row: 

Ed Johnson, Stephen Moss, John Shorpe, Roy Wood. 



DELTA UPSILON 



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KAPPA ALPHA 





The national chapter of Kappa 
Alpha was founded at Washington 
and Lee University in 1 865, and 
locally in 1 881 . The colors are crim- 
son and old gold, and the flowers are 
the magnolia and the crimson rose. 
Its publication is the Kappa Alpha 
Journal. 



Bob Angstadt, Quincy Ayscue, John Blockwelder, 
Charlie Bowles, Bill Christian. 



Jim Cole, Jim Dockery, Chuck Flack, Ho» 
Fogleman, President; Bob Fuller. 



Earle Garrett, Treasurer; Morgan Hole, Bob 
Headen, T. C. Homesley, Secretary; Dick Hudson. 



Roy Jolly, Lee Lyon, Jerry McBroyer, Pat Mc- 
Cormick, Loyton McCurdy, Vice-President. 



George Mitchell, Ray Newsome, Bob Peek, Woody 
Sears, Bob Staton. 



Sixth Row: 

Harry Steele, Jerry Thompson, Ralph Usina, Larry 
Williams. 



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Returning to a clean, redecorated house this fall, 
we found that the summer hadn't changed us too 
much . . . Fogy still ruled with the "iron hand" . . . 
"Motormouth" Moby vs. "Garrulous Granny" . . . 
T. C. replaced Pinckney at the fireplace ... Ed and 
the "French-Fried Chitlins" . . . Morgan had pump 
trouble . . . Gnomes, first class: Hoot-Mon and 
Free-Mon . . . McCormick and Hudson, the drive-in 
boys . . . Steele snored on . . . "Mogambo" and the 
"Black Death" . . . Ayscue, "Texas, anyone?'" . . . 
Bowles, "Where do you get that crude — ?" . . . 
Geiger and Myers, dignified grads . . . "and there 
was Mclnnis ..."... Newsome, "No joke, I've 
got to study" . . . Seers, "I don't like to say this, 
but ..."... Thompson, "But you ought to see her 
sister!" . . , Headen, "I've got to go to a party 
first" . . . Lush, "Who's Freud?" . . . Monroe?!? . . . 
Cole, "Ho! ha! how's that grab you!" . . . Peek, 
"Fifty-cent fine!" . . . Old South Ball, Germans, 
Pledge Weekend, new pledges . , . fifty-five shirts 
in all, only one tie . . . Kappa Alpha, the spirits, the 
aspirations, the ideals . . . "Dieu et les Dames" . . . 
a living tribute to old K.A. 




FALL PLEDGE CLASS 
Front Row: Fitts, Jones, Upton, Powell, Thorington, Shinn. Back 
Row: Alford, Minschew, Hamilton, Hinson, Fobend, Guy, Fogle- 
man, Cowan, Connell. 




Ed Borden 

President 





"Ugly" leads the pack again . . . "Mole's" off to Charlotte 
and Walker's in rack . "Was that worth fifty cents?" 

says "Wick" . . . Doolan and Spillane in Irish winter home 
. . . "Hot Foot" wants to know what it costs . . . Julius R. 
Minor, "master of hounds" . . . "Pooteye" has date? . . . 
Michael stops battleship Missouri . . . Palmer rides waves — 
on skiis . "Lonesome, Bozie^" . . . "Keep those pledges in 
line, Jimmy." . . . Germans, the lost weekends . . . "Doctor" 
and his midnight facial "Whistles" off to Dook . . . 

Smithfield's own Dr. Christian . . . "Moose Brubeck" breaks 
bad . . . "three for bridge^" says "Scab" . . "Tank" and 
his big, red roadmaster . . . Graves and Oakley hit road for 
Raleigh . . . Peter Paul favors "Freddie Frat's" parties . . . 
"half and half, Jim" . . . "Aw, Caleb, everybody loves a 
fat man" . "10-4" . . . "Now bock at State ..." says 
Booth . . "Cherub" checks little block book . . the "Black 
and White" was a good thing . . . "T" Holt's always 
driving . . . "where's your hair, Siler?'" . . . "thas right, 
Hog Buddy" . . . Butler, our athletic supporter . . "Man, 
that's classic," soys Wroy 



FALL pledg: class 

Front Row Dunlop, Bynum, Price, Wroy, 
Wells, Rhyne, Dickson. Bock Row Pouch, 
Moore, Hombrick, T. Harris, Roberts, Holey, 
Miller, Vornedoe, Brice, H. Horris. 



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KAPPA SIGMA 




Kappa Sigma was founded nationally 
at the University of Virginia in 
1 869, and the local chapter in 1 893^ 
Its colors are scarlet, white and 
emerald green, and the flower is the 
lily of the valley. The Kappa Sigma 
publications are The Caducaeus and 
The Star and Crescenh 



Edward Bizzell, Edwin Borden, Grand Master; Bill 
Carter, Grand Scribe; Joe Christian. 



Fred Coyle, Sam Donne!!, Eloy Dooian, Grand 
Master of Ceremonies; Hal Farrell, Grand Treasurer. 



Townsend Holt, Caleb Maddox, Bil! Michael, Keith 
Palmer. 



Jim Siler, Charlie Spilione, Lewis Sutton, Cloren 
Tort. 



James Tyler, Henry Wa!l<er, Charles Wiclthom, 
Grand Procurator; Bob Yowell. 




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LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 





Lambda Chi Alpha was founded 
nationally at Boston University in 
1 909, and locally in 1 926. The Cross 
And Crescent is the official publica- 
tion of Lambda Chi Alpha. The 
flower is the white rose, and its 
colors are purple, green and gold 



Lowrence Conder, Willi* 
Willis Hanno, Secretary. 



Elder, Vice-President; 



Richard Love, Bobby Newton, President, Willi< 
Sellers. 



William Sfarrett, Corbett Stewart, William West- 
brook. 



Fourth Row: 

John Wooten, Tommy Worthington, Ponos Yeapani; 



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'55 came on the wildest for Lambdas with New 
Faces, New Chicks, and New Parties . . . "Little 
Beaver" impresses Infirmary staff with partying 
ability . . . Starrett plays lead in "Blackboard 
Jungle" . . . autos come and go, but Love rolls on 
forever . . . ask Frank who's wearing the "Snake" 
ring this week . . . Ballis racks up on hearts — loses 
Jag . . . Corbett meets chick — snowed again . . . 
meanwhile, back with "Nose" at Beaulah's raunch 
house . . . "The Uls" digs sounds as the "Standard" 
bites the dust . . . Elder sweats out "Bird" . . . Cecil 
goes OTL . . . "They'll never get me!" says Pvt. 
Watts . . Willis dates princess — we are impressed? 
. . . Twis camps out at South Building over new 
house . . . Berryhill fails to hit WC one weekend 
. . . Sennett o'ays Romeo . . . Conder makes the 
"Grand Tour" . "Rookie" tries to twirl baton . . . 
Geddie, the bookie, loses shirt with pin on it . . . 
Brooks gets lost in the stacks . . . Givens and "The 
Coat" . . . Ferrell's "Little Friends" come through 
. . . Harris plays James Dean . . . Matthews dates 
"Lambda's Choice" . . . Wearmouth makes dry 
runs to Carrboro . Fair writes new book of knowl- 
edge . . . North goes South . . . Johnson and Thomp- 
son finally make a Reserve meeting . . . Tom Smith 
swings in Liberty, as Dick Smith discovers nev/ 
embouchure . . Moms Bell finally solves the 
kiddies' crossword puzzles . . . "Whoop Yow" Har- 
rington rides again . . . Owen tries to cut Jim Thorp 
. . . House shivers as Green "Cools." 



Bobby Newton 

President 








FALL PLEDGE CLASS 
Gribbre, Phillips. Second Row: Horris, 



outh, T. Smith, 



:s, Cruce, Motthews, Freeman, Fair, Sennett, Owens. 



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Phi Delts come back for another great year . . . "Yo-Yo" 
and "Ditty" dance in fall season out at club . . . rush is 
on again and "Zeke" shows twenty frame . . . "Hump 
grins like a possum, and "now there's one gone" . 
Sutton says, "I just like to run," and goes hog-wild in 
Oyster Bowl . . . "Goot-Head" plants a boxwood . . . 
Pritchett trips and falls trying to say, "Chh— Chh— Chh, 
R.M.W.C " . . "Goat" fades on jet fuel and goes out 
saying, "How about fixing me one?" . . . Poole arrives 
from Raleigh, and he and pledges salvage intramurals 
. . "Punch" tries dating but is reclaimed by Hamsters 
. . "C.C." and "B.C." are caught throwing beer cans . . . 
t is rumored in South Building that Baker may graduate 
. . Monitor comes in loud, long, and clear . . , |uke box 
is broken and a day is ruined in life of "Fabulous Re- 
sources" . . trips to Duke and Coconut Bowl, Joni 
James and a talk with Mr. Rhodes round out career of the 
"Bat Com" . . while Ma reings over all . . . In every 
way chapter is closer— parties are wilder, sports are won, 
and grades are better — and any way you look at it, "It's 
another great year." 




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FALL PLEDGE CLASS 
First Row: McDoniels, Groggin, Barks, Abernothy, Boaz 
Restom. Second Row Killinger, Patterson, Davis, Bluitie 
Hutchins, Cushmon, Cates. Third Row Cutchin, Millen 
Pressley, Deans, Cooper, Epps, Floyd. 

















PHI DELTA THETA 




The national fraternity of Phi Delta 
Theta was founded at Miami Uni- 
versity of Ohio in I848, and locally 
in 1 885 The Scroll and The Palladi- 
um are the official publications of 
Phi Delta Thetc. Its colors are white 
and blue, and the official flower is 
the white carnation. 

First Row: 

Tommy Brenner, Mark Cherry, Gordon Darnell. 



Jim Durham, Thomas Ferguson, Marlon Griffin 
Bud Hargrove, Pete HIggins. 



Galen Hobbs, Peter Hogaboom, Bill Joyner, Al Long, 
Bob Lewis. 



Fourth Row: 

Jim Martin, Johnny Medlin, Secretary, Bill Mo 
Dodge Olmstead, Pat Patteson. 



Fifth Row: 

Bill Pittman, President; Gregory Poole, Mebone 
Pritchett, Sherwood Smith, Vice-President; Jock 
Stokes. 



Ed Sutton, Hubert Teer, Clowson Willii 
Williford. 




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PHI GAMMA DELTA 





Phi Gamma Delta was founded na- 
tionally at Washington and Jeffer- 
son College in 1848, and the local 
chapter was established in 1851. 
The official flower of Phi Gamma 
Delta is the purple clematis, and the 
fraternity color is royal purple. The 
publication is The Phi Gamma Delta. 



Hugh Berwick, John Blount, Smith Brodfieid, Fred 
Byrum, Tommy Copps. 



David Connor, Treasurer Hugh Cowon, Cloud 
Ettird, Carl Farmer, Bob Hackler. 



Erie Haste, Francis Hicks, Jimmy Hi!', John Hoyt, 
Shoin Jefferies, President. 



Joe Movretic, Historian; Allen Moore, Sam Mo 
Bill McLean, Theo Pitt. 



Bill Redding, Emmett Richardson, Jim Rose, Bob 
Tote, Josh Toyloe. 



Wayne Venters, Joseph Wolser, Corresponding Sec- 
retary; Lowrence Wilson, Andy Woods. 



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Shoin Jefferies 

President 



Epsilon's 105th year — "Jelly-belly" leading troops this 
year . . . "Foxy" gives up conductor's job to return . . . 
Lynch gone . . . Tote and "Blip" still here by the grace of 
some unknown authority . . . "Beaver" still playing the 
silent man . . . new addition to the family at Vance Hall 
is Mrs, Martha Mengel . . . Fijis reforming after six 
years with no mother . . . Crane twins as hard to tell 
apart as ever . . . Walser getting fatter . . . Blount and 
his ties . . he finally got pinned . . . good rush, but finally 
over — whew! . . . Hoyt and "Sparky" complaining about 
the food again . . . hi-fi craze all over the house . . . 
Redding has a ticket to St. Mary's . . . Andy Woods is 
spreading "chapter tone" . . . Jack's a double captain . . . 
Anderson met Hemingway , . . plenty of good "sea 
stories" floating around ... all the ingredients present 
to make this year the greatest in Epsilon's history! 




FALL PLEDGE CLASS 
First Row Laney, K. Herring, Wembcrly, White, Kilpotrick, Brond. 
Second Row Owens, Sewell, Myott, Hendren, Merrit, Forrell, 
Kirkmon. Third Row: Collins, S. Hare, Lossitcr, Toler, Roper, 
B. Herring, J. Hare, Sloan, West. 





Jim Sykes 

President 



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The leaves were still falling when Phi Kaps won their 
$64,000,000 Homecoming trophy. Rumors from "Nick" 
concerning a host of healthy parties made "Tank" almost 
like his geography instructor. "A Man Called Sykes" 
shooting for his third term as "Prexy" made Art go to 
library. Coed Open House featured "Ham" and charm- 
ing English girl in "Pride and Prejudice." The "Daily 
Hog" cut Fritz into shreds and reported that Myron was 
going a-broad. Sidney and Dick singing "Cross Over The 
Bridge," while Gimp inherited string of hotels Angel 
doted movie star and Dennis drove Cadillac. The 
"goat" sings for deodorant. Wes quit going to Winston. 
Steve and Jake ore "Mon " Joan and Ed went to "Y" 
Court to see Job go to class. "Tex" traded pair of boots 
to Charles for cashmere coat. "Lightning" and "Senator" 
voted the fraternity out. "Sam" and "Deets" tripped 
over rock Sterling pledge class. Love, Toad. 



FALL PLEDGE CLASS 
First Row Phelan, Collier, Hayes, Ree. 
Mobley. Second Row West, Jones, Durho 
Braswell, Bordeaux, Busby. Third Re 
Smith, Durst, Warren, Lazarus, Morrc 
Earnhardt, Steele. 




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PHI KAPPA SIGMA 




The University of Pennsylvania was 
the site of the founding of Phi Kappa 
Sigma nationally in 1850. The offi- 
cial publications of the fraternity 
are the Phi Kappa Sigma Newsletter 
and Lambda Life. The colors are 
black and old gold, and the yellow 
chrysanthemum is theofficial flower. 

First Row: 

Dennis Beam, Jerry Cole, Milton Cooke, Myron 



John Cutter, Herbert Dov 
Goforth. 



David Gleitz, John 



Clarence Coins, Edward Johnson, Colin McMillo 
Robert Nichols. 



Steve Phelps, Charles Umstead, Eugene White- 
head, Arnold Wood. 




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PI KAPPA ALPHA 





Pi Kappa Alpha was founded na- 
tionally at the University of Virginia 
in 1 868, and established at the Uni- 
versity of North Carolina in 1895 
The publication of Pi Kappa Alpha 
is The Shield and Diamond, and the 
colors are garnet and gold. The 
official flower is the lily of thevalley. 



Jim Allen, Vice-President; George Artope, Horry 
Braxton, 



Second Row; 

Rick Coker, Tom Dovis, John Dickson, Buddy 



Flynn Horris, Luther Hodges, Jr., Secretary; Lou 
Hornthol, Henry House. 



John Marriott, Ed McCurry, President; Bill Nebel, 
Doug Overman. 



Fifth Row: 

Ed Peorce, John Sewell, Chorles Vincent. 



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1955-56. $64,000 prize year at PiKA . , . category: 
parties . . . first question . . . initial step on the 
big climb'' Oklahoma and Lloyd's Barn . . . inter- 
views: the lover Nose and twins ... Ed lost the race 
but won the horse . . Dickson still sweotin' Nancy 
. . Weenus, gotta know something . . . Horace, in 
the shower for your birthday . . . COMMERCIAL: 
Have you seen Charlie Vincent's lipstick? . . . next 
question . . . reaching the peak^ Bus trip to Wake 
terrific German weekend with Kenton . . social 
standouts . . . Hodges, the Prince takes to Europe 
. . . bon voyage! . . . Overman, take off that furry 
sweater . . Buzzy and coin slots for the first floor 
head . . . Cashwell takes a drink, then criticizes the 
party . . . OK. Puppet? . . . Lemma's own lil' Lips 
. . . Coker and poker ruined by majority rule . . . 
Sev/ell's been trying Charlie Vincent's cousin . . . 
second best . . Bynum, from the halls of PiKA to 
the shores of Quantico . . . next question . . . out- 
standing social sophsr' The Rickshaw Driver . The 
Night-Bird . . . Alio, Alio . . . Ricky Rat . . . Trigger 
. , . Hu-Hu . . . COMMERCIAL: Comb and brush 
boy uses Satin Set ... for final question . . . terrific 
pledge class brought in for added support to make 
55-56 PiKA's prize winning year. 



Ed McCurry 

President 





FALL PLEDGE CLASS 
First Row: Allegood, Read, Quinn, Meekins. ieconl Ro 
Singleton, Coshwell, Malcolm, Egbert, Bornhordt, Ale 
ander. Third Row: Robinson, Ervin, Etheridge, Dorde 
Goodwin, Kerr, Rogers, Thornton, Butler. 



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FALL PLEDGE CLASS 

First Row: Wright, Moore, Bullord, Sherrill, Gard- 
ner. Second Row: Honchey, Roberson, Motthis, 
Campbell, Williord. Third Row Williams, Smith, 
Crouch, Montgomery, Miller, Johnstone, Eorgle, 
Bray. 



In this the eighth year since Kappa's reactivation, a 
small compact brotherhood, composed mostly of 
upperclossmen, set into action the machinery for 
the acquisition of the long-awaited new house. Fol- 
lowing incorporation during the early part of the 
year, the Pi Kaps began, for the first time since the 
fire of December 18, 1953, to seriously communi- 
cate with the nearly 300 living alumni about the 
proposed new house. Alumni replies made a new 
chapter house an excellent probability within two 
years . . . On the social side, the school year 1955-56 
has been one of the greatest. A terrific round of 
football parties and cabin festivities, Germans, 
Christmas party, sorority affairs, the annual Rose 
Ball, and a final beach party after school, composed 
the social calendar. 



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George Anderson, Chaplain; Richard von Biber- 
stein. 



Emery Bray, Richord Frucci, Richard Jaci<son 

Secretary. 



Bill Johnson, Warden; Billy Sessoms, Jock Toylo 

Archon. 



Pi Kappa Phi fraternity was founded 
nationally at the College of Charles- 
ton in 1904, and was established at 
the University of North Carolina in 
1914. The official colors are gold 
and white, and the publication is 
The Star and Lamp. The flower is 
the red rose. 



PI KAPPA PHI 




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PI LAMBDA PHI 





Pi Lambda Phi was founded nation- 
ally at Yale University in 1 895, and 
locolly in 1939. The national colors 
of the fraternity are purple and gold, 
and its publication is Tripod. 



David Burrows, Scribe, He 
Reese Glatzer. 



Fleishman, K O.E.; 



Donald Kurtz, Rex; Richord Leavift, Edward Lipp- 
man, Porliamentanan, 



Third Row: 

Gary Smiley, Norman Steinberger, Stuart Teichman. 



Steve Trochtenberg, David Weinberger, Jacob 
Zemon. 



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FALL PLEDGE CLASS 

Steinberger, Gr 
« Wainer, Coh 

Kotzin, Fields, 
nor, Corbin. 



ion, Horwitz, 
Soodmon, W( 
nthol, Nusho 



Well tanned and eager, we scrubbed, polished and 
painted, and had 'ole 107 looking better than ever. 
Afternoon trips to Raleigh consumed much time and 
energy and finally we were in the throes of rushing. 
When the smoke cleared, we had twenty-one eager 
pledges; a great class! Kappy's pinning. Bird-dog's 
eager calls to the mid-west, a Miami Beach recon- 
ciliation and Fix's follies all provided grist for the 
romantic mill. Fall Germans found us full of mirth. 
Dixieland music, and later, tomato juice. Manny 
was still checking on those orange spots Periods 
between Party Weekends found us busily trying to 
uphold a good scholastic average. Norm and Don 
practiced a duet on "Red Sails in the Sunset," 
Spring arrived and naturally the "beach fever" hit 
us. We honored our pledges with a fabulous week- 
end and then settled down to the serious business 
of sun-bathing. Despite the crowded roof, none of 
us remained pole-skinned, Happy and learned, we 
closed the year and keenly looked forward to the next. 




Dave Bruton 

House Manager 





Gray appearance of the house comes as silent tribute to 
<he effective regimentation of Kentopp and Brad . . . 
Ludwig gets artistic on drinking-room floor . Rushing 
brings Wilson end several others . , . Pittsboro Street AAU 
holds first meeting . . . alchemists' Halloween party: 
Tice reaps last year's crop, Oyer goes bad . . Simmons 
leaves cellar lab to Taws . . Burley estate moves from 
Keokuck to Nassau . . "Sing Suk" Spooner celebrates 
Chinese New Year . . Brothers contemplate divinity of 
nature on coon hunt . . unidentified co-eds provide 
diversion at Thirsty Thirteen opening . . . Covell discards 
chicken , . . Thanksgiving in New York with Spring Street 
Stompers. Guess who went to the Metr' . . Zimmerman 
in brief encounter with ward politics . . Bruton gets new 
plow for Christmas . . . Spivak returns this time . . . 
Sarge is rotated north , . . Winston, Williams, move home 
1o central heating . . . Jake sharpens switchblade in 
preparation of spring season . . . Graduation eliminates 
several draft dodgers as New York Giants start pennant 
drive. 



FALL PLEDGE CLASS 

Demoree, Taylor, Mincey, Robinson, Winston 
Sylvester, Dogoev. 



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ST. ANTHONY HALL 



St. Anthony Hall was founded na- 
tionally at the University of Colum- 
bia in 1847, and the local chapter 
was established in 1 854. The official 
colors of the fraternity are blue and 
gold. 



David Bruton, House Manager, Harry Burley, 
David Clinord. 



Second Row; 

Douglas Dewing, Donald Kentopp, Davis Lomson. 



Third Row; 

Charles Oyer, Robert Simmons, Jock Spooner, 



Fourth Row: 

Ted Taws, Bill Wood, Joy Zii 




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SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 





The University of Alabama was the 
site of the founding of Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon nationally in 1856. The local 
chapter was established one year 
later, in 1857. The Record is the 
official publication of the fraternity, 
and the colors are old gold and 
purple. The violet is the official 
flower. 



First Row: 

Nolan Boird, Julian Dell, Willis Henderson. 



Second Row; 

George Hunter, Jack Jones, Donald McMillan, 
T. O. Moore. 



George Porker, James Potton, Vice-President; 
Edword Pell, President, Samuel Reeves. 



William Roth, Pen Sandridge, Buddy Sasser, Robert 
Scholze. 



Fifth Row; 

Walter Sturdivant, Charles Tompkins, John Walker 



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The chapter had a great deal of work to do before 
school started this vear — the finishing touches were 
put on the new recreation room in the basement, 
and it is now the center of our social activities. 
Several returning veterans plus an excellent pledge 
class have gone far toward putting 5AE high on 
campus, as well as greater efforts in the intramural 
field placing us high on the sports roster All- 
Americon weight lifter Frank McClenezan is back, 
"groaning" for the chapter. If the marriage rate 
increases, chapter meetings will have to be held in 
Glen Lennox! Van Winkle announced his June 
plans, as well as Hutchins, Galloway and Burress — 
our condolences! Looks like sports writer-statistician 
Farrington is joining American Oil Company to 
follow the Redskins' Interhouse Chinese tag finals 
to be held in the spring — all interested parties are 
requested to save any spore furniture for possible 
donation to the Chinese tag team, with the hope 
that the living room may be partially filled' 



Edward Pell 

President 





FALL PLEDGE CLASS 
ray, Summerlin, Hurd, Moss, Henderson, 
ms, Wright, Brown, Kelly, Ferrell. 



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SIGMA CHI 





Sigma Chi was founded nationally 
at Miami University of Ohio in 1 855, 
and the local chapter was establish- 
ed in 1889. The official flower of 
the fraternity is the white rose, end 
the colors are blue and gold. 



First Row; 

Bob Bell, Donnie Evans, Dick Hensel, President. 



Second Row; 

Eric Jonas, Buddy Payne, George Patseouv 



Claude Plumlee, Vice-President; John Roberts, 
Gory Sheffield. 



Fourth Row; 

Hosea Wilson, Treasurer, Von Wolfi. 



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Dick Hensel 

President 



Chi's return to find ranks thinned by graduates 
at South Carolina and Fort Jackson. Rushing 
adds 26 and year starts with bang . . . Clyde 
keeps ring in nose . . . Beaky adds buckets to 
trophy room . . Use Stevens for new rug . . . 
Spotty expelled, not housebroken . . . Casey 
has writer's cramps . , . Melvin pushes Yma 
Sumac trying to break sound barrier ...CD. 
heads board of directors . . . Laura puts broth- 
ers to shame with blazer . . . Crazy Tom gets 
shock treatment . . . Moto presses house . . . 
Otis sees psychiatrist after being late for sup- 
per . Hosea works out under cover . , . Kiwi 
is nine-ball chomp . . . Chalk adds playmate 
to sandbox . . . Latest flick — -Miss Roberts . . 
Craters visits Italian friend, Vesuvius . . . Bear 
cools at seven . . Parker likes brother's clothes 
. . . Mitch crams four years into five . . . Shef- 
field learns deals from Joe Friday . . . Aub 
breaks sixty-nine on links!' . . . MocVicar has 
growing pains . . . Payne seen on Saturdays 
. . . great year for the Chi's! 




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FALL PLEDGE CLASS 
First Row Peeler, Weaver, Lomox, McNeill. Second Row: 
Collins, McCoy, Hutton, Grove, Black, Alford, Timberloke, 
Hudson. Third Row Lineweaver, Power, Goodrich, Lacy, 
Knox, Looney, Schiffmon, Long, Hoke, Fox, Basinger, 
Underwood. 



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Don Mitchell 

President 




. . . the makings of another great year . . . new tv set . . . 
which channel, Jim'' . , excellent pledge class . , . football 
appreciation ... no cabin this weekend . . tall Bob racing 
to Raleigh . . . Sidney stern with weights . professor 

Edgar, pledges' delight . . . Pobby loses his pin . . . many 
serenades . . . Charles Atlas' only failure, excitable Exum 
. . . White and Sambo voted |Ocks of the week . . . Morgan, 
plumber turned politico . my name's Gary, and I give a 
. wins in intramurals . . . Howdy Doody and Mitch . . . 
variety is the spice of life . pass the goober butter . . . 
the friendly undertaker . . how's the weather in Kitty 
Hawkr' . . I'd rather be dead than red on the head . . . 
where's my yellow tier* . . . house still standing after home- 
coming blast . . . negative! . . mr. photog, boy lens . . . 
old married man still athletic . . . have you seen my wife? 
. . . combine two hi fi's and a set of weights ... no noise 
. . . parachute . , Star Princess . . all keeping the interest 
at heart . . . lighted by the White Star. 



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FALL PLEDGE CLASS 
First Row Holl, Scott, Moore, Saunders. 
Wolston, Spedden, Cunninghom. Second 
Row Jones, Wilkins, Childs, Rollins, Boss, 
Pridgen, Sowyer. Third Row: Talley, Rucker, 
Powell, Kouri, Jennings. 




SIGMA NU 




Sigma Nu was founded nationally 
at Virginia Military Institute in 
1869, and the local chapter was 
established in 1888. The white rose 
is the flower of Sigma Nu, and the 
national colors ore block, white and 
gold Sigma Nu publishes quarterly 
its official magazine, entitled The 
Delta. 



Joe Adams, Charles Ashby, Jim Bishop, Ed Bulluck, 
Fred Burrell. 



Ed Clement, Jim Crumpler, David Dovis, Sidney 
Dixon, Ted Ediieh. 



Jim Exum, Harrell EvereH, Bill Groce, Dick Hargitt, 
James Harper, Lieutenant Commander. 



Fourth Row: 

Charles Hicks, George Holden, Lee Holmes, 

corder; Bob Hoover, Bob Kimzey, Treasurer. 



Jim Kimzey, Bill Latham, Jack Markham, Jii 
Marlowe, Don Mitchell, Eminent Commander. 



Sixth Row: 

Harold Mitchell, Bill Morgan, David Moye, Al 

Mustion, Cledith Oakley. 



Seventh Row: 

Bob Powell, Tom Prewitt, David Reid, Fay Shingle- 
ton, John Stollings. 



Eighth Row: 

Abe Walston, Sam Watkins, George Watkins, Roy 

White, John White. 




f f f f 





The Sig Eps are at it again . . . serenade in Tri 
Delts' back yard . . . strains and pains over new 
basement . . charter member Mattox returns , . . 
George, his guitar and Susie . . . "Whale" as big 
as ever . "Big Four" organizes . . Benson with- 
out Fritz , , . rush and great pledge class . . . Pogo 
honored at homecoming . . . Shhh" Quiet hours! 
. . . "Abie" sweats budget . . . sorority parties . . . 
classes by masses . . TV and bridge most sought 
after subjects . . . Spivey, Dawn Corbin, Moffett, 
and Barlowe hold down Y-court . Door spouts 

German . . . Butch takes up residence at theater . . . 
Reamy and Fox at W. C. . . . pledge weekend, a 
good time was had by all . . C. Mock loses Glover 
but gains automobile . . Christmas and more 
parties . . . Look out! Here comes those exams! . . . 
Moloney still peddling cars , . Sig Ep Boll around 
corner ... we are host, lot of work and lot of fun 
. . . Charlie's Day was next . . . who won? — who 
cares!' — we had fun and plenty to drink ... all 
roads led to Myrtle and great weekend ... do we 
hear wedding bells after June for Bob and George? 
. . . "Thanks, Bill, for job well done" ... up and 
at it. Seniors, we'll see your picture in Journal . . . 
next year will be greatest ever, you bet! 









FALL PLEDGE CLASS 
First Row White, Adams, Worren, Tayl 
Stribling, Houston, Rush. Second 
Pierce, Bell, Reed, Moore, Borbee, Will 
Paderick, Sommer, King, Lindsey. 



Ro^i 



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Billy Akii 
Crews. 



Bell, Henry Corbir 



Charles Daniel, Historic 
Jon Dawn, James Door, 



Curtiss Daughtry, 



Donald Gorren, Charles John 
Charles Lore, Dennis Pope. 



Charles Reamy, William Self, Comptroller, 
Butch Smith, Robert Stopleton. 



Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded 
nationally at the University of 
Richmond in 1901, and the local 
chapter was established in 1921 
and 1947. The publication is the 
Sigma Phi Epsilon Journal, and 
the official flower is the Ameri- 
can Beauty Rose. Red and purple 
are thecolorsof Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



SIGMA PHI EPSILON 




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TAU EPSILON PHI 




Columbia University was the site of 
the founding of Tau Epsilon Phi in 
1910. The local chapter was estab- 
lished in 1924. The Plume is the 
official publication of the fraternity, 
and purple and white are the official 
colors. The flowers of Tau Epsilon 
Phi are the lily of the valley and the 
violet. 



Ansell, Joe BerkoH, Mar 



Heiden, Dave Lieben 



Marks, Chaplain. 



Lorry Maslow, Burnet Mendelsohn, Vice-Choncellor; 
Richard Planer, Scribe; Dick Shulman. 



Lorry Sounders, Chancellor; Arthur Sobel, Stan 
Stern, Bernie Weiss. 



Page 192 




In going the way of all flesh, 12 seniors were not 
cannibalistic to each other, though it seemed so at 
times. There was Bootsie Marks, who sang in shower 
and on tape, but off key . . . Big Len Clein, tried his 
best with Georgia Peach Poller to melt rushing 
snowball . , . Cyrano Gormise (with nose preceding 
him) killing 10,000 eorthmen per hour on type- 
writer . . . Poncho Joe Berkoff, who arises each 
morning surprised to see the sun coming up over 
the unpointed garbage house . . . Little Caesar 
Weiss, condemning the bishop and football teem, 
but navigating by the sun to Athens . . . Tank 
AAoslow, who does his best to accordionize the 16 
pound balls he tosses around the track . . . Big 
Time Charley Blonkstein, Maitre de of the Copo- 
co-Blankie, better known as his private snake pit 
The Mirror's Image of Stern, who adds figures 
by day and longs to see them by night . . . The 
sulphur phosphate Animal, Schneider, still waiting 
to see test tube babies in lob . . . Moto Mendelsohn, 
emperor of the third floor kingdom, scratching off 
at dusk in his new wheels for unknown parts . . . 
and Ukelele Ira Davis, priming for med school but 
finding time to play his athlete's feet off for Tou 
Epsiion Phi. 



Larry Sounders 

President 








FALL PLEDGE CLASS 
Front Row; Lefkowiti, Manning, Eisenberg, Folk, Pressman. 
Bock Row: Dear, Pittman, Teck, Kantcr, Growl, Greenblatt. 



Page 193 





Gene Carson 

President 



FALL PLEDGE CLASS 

First Row: Bullard, Coffey, Hutchison. Second R 
Horris, Mottox, Snell, Morley. Third Row Pulli< 
Poyne, Weiters, Honewinckel, Hohmon, Coyl 
Hyde. 



Came back this fall to a new year and started with 
a bang! Boys back from the wars — Sarge, Bill C, 
Sis Pollard, George, and of course our new prexy, 
Gene C. All sorts tied the knot in 1955 and we 
started the year with plenty of newlyweds — Dave 
and Mary; Ben, Betty and Company; Jim and Kathy, 
Sarge and Honelohre; The Bull and Clyde. And 
events — mail from Oregon . . . alumni after foot- 
ball games . . . Wockodoo!!! . . . the pledges' special 
project . . . Stinko to Lumberton . . . Poodles in 
South Carolina . . something for Freddy-Son at the 
Christmas party . . . third floor murals . . . the snake 
strikes again and again and again . . . the crazy 
stab-cat . . . barroom passion . , . Rosebud joining 
navy . . . Buddie's women . . . Son's cat . . . Nicky 
again . . . the pledge party . . . Bill C's brainstorm 
. . . Pleas and Joyce . . . down in the saltmines . . . 
Armie's auto . . . the pledge dance . . Dream Girl 
Weekend . . . Wedge getting pinned . . . Freddy 
leaving for South Carolina, after a lifetimeatUNC . . . 



Poge 194 






Theta Chi fraternity was founded 
nationally at Norwich University, 
Norwich, Vermont, in 1856, and the 
loco! chapter was established in 
1920. Military red and white ore 
the colors of the fraternity, and the 
official flower is the red carnation. 
The publication is The Rattle of 
Theta Chi. 



First Row: 












Carey Clark. 












Second Row: 












William Gile 


, Boyde 


n He 


nley. 


George 


Moore 


Third Row: 












Robert Polla 


d. Dole 


Tor 


ence 


Jomes 


Walsh 



THETA CHI 




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ZETA BETA TAU 





Zeta Beta Tau was founded notion- 
allv at City College, New York City, 
in 1 898, and the local chapter was 
established in 1927. The colors are 
blue and gold, and the official pub- 
lications are The Zeta Beta Tau 
Quarterly and The Alpha Pioneer. 



Joy Cohen, Michael Epstein, Joy Goldberg, Robert 
Goldberg. 



Philip Goodman, Robert Hornik, Vice-President; 
Philip Kadis, Max Kahn, Secretary. 



Victor Kosser, Charles Katzenslein, Edward Nelson 
Jerry Oppenheimer, Historian. 



Fourth Row: 



ird Reiss, Tr 

nan, Robert Weinstei 



Louis Rosenstock, Le 



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FALL PLEDGE CLASS 
Front Row: Kridel, Goodman, Chodobe, Tenenbaum. Back 
Row: Grovsman, Berger, Abromson, Berg, Schein, Sagner. 



The dawn of 1955 cast its light on the twenty- 
eighth year of ZBT on the Carolina campus Pledg- 
ing ten fine men was the beginning of a memorable 
year with a rapid succession of good times — Mary- 
land, Homecoming, alumni and parents weekends, 
Germans, Anniversary, and fabulous beach parties 
in the spring. 

Under the superlative leadership of Al Resnick, the 
brothers gave spirited participation in intramurals 
and campus activities. The chapter remained on top 
in scholarship for the fourth consecutive semester. 

Reports on the seniors are that Lew's head fell 
off while swaying to the flicks Res still has 

something in his eye . . . Nelson's big toe was 
amputated — he dropped a weight on it . . . Reiss 
has just completed plans to wed Sylvia Stern . . . 
J. B. is sick — homesick, that is, for Quantico . . . 
Katzenstein's Phi Bete key is rusty — he's very un- 
happy ... V. K, 21 is at the lost and found looking 
for his wig . . . oh, you goldilocks! , . Phil joined 
the track team to pole vault to New Orleons . . . 
go, Yose, go! 





Pat Eldridge 

President 




Zetes back for best of the unending good years . . Grapevine 
has it that: "Lid" shot in head . . . "Mr. Roberts" peels 
peaches . . . "Taylor" renovates Alderman . . "Nooch" vs 
"Tool" at farm . . . "Seed" and "Chubs" prosper in sales . . 
"Boss" trees Poss . . . "Paul Pad" sleeps upside down . 
"Outt" peddles jewelry "General Yukado" leads assault 

on Greensboro . . . "Brantella" on loose . . . "Hiney" remains 
on throne . Eat at "Mouza's" and "Nicks" alligator room 
. . Where is "Mystery?" . . , "Rock" looks for stone . . . 
"Blackdog" finds his superior cake . "Head" hops to 

Spencer . . . "Square" plays house . . . "Bags" does bizness, 
"Hales" has Bird flying night and day . . . "Mother Gatsby" 
buys interest in U.N.C. . . . "Grubs" turns socialite . . . 
"Spencerina" tours globe . . . "Tiger" roars on court . . . 
"Chrome Dome" buys heir oil, "Mac" and "Milt" keep Hook 
on lookout at farm . . . "Bickle" still under "Foot" . . . "Jimmy 
James" directs Zete expedition to W. F . . Zetes move out 
for a repeat performance. Ammunition — a great pledge class 
— Hey R, J. — Gimme a stack . . . 



FALL PLEDGE CLASS 
First Row McGee, Smoot, Folger, Cottingto 
Second Row Barnes, Thorpe, Poxton, Jonc 
Wood. Third Row McKee, Wilson, Rollir 
Nosh, B.; Merrimen, Wills, Nosh, S.; Adam 



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ZETA PSI 




New York University was the site of 
the founding of Zeto Psi in 1847, 
and the local chapter was estab- 
lished eleven years later in 1858. 
The official colors ore gold and 
white and the flower is the white 
carnation. The Cicle of Zeta Psi is 
the publication of the fraternity. 



Milton Barber, William Blair, William Bost, Wil- 
liam Bridges. 



Second Row: 

James Cheatham, Treasurer, Dick Coiart, Vice- 
President; Charles Eldridge, President; Hoywood 
Edmundson. 



Third Row: 

Paul Fulton, Fronk Gray, John Gray, Richord Mines. 



Joseph Lowson, 


John Littlehales, Kno: 


X Massey, 


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Bill Moss. 






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Jordan Parker, Mocoi 


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Richard Taylor, Willi< 
Arms, Robert Young. 



Woodord, Scrgeont-At- 




UNIVERSITY 
CLUB 

The University Club is primarily a service organization, 
and all of its functions are carried through in the interest 
of the student body end the University. The motto of the 
club — "for the University" — is self-explanatory of the pur- 
poses of the club. 

Composed of a representative from each dormitory, frater- 
nity, sorority, the Cardboard, Band, and Cheerleaders; the 
University Club has direct contact with almost every student 
on the campus, and acts as a co-ordinating body for many 
of the activities relating to sports events of the University. 

The functions of the Club are many and varied. Through 
its cooperation with the Athletic Association, the Club seeks 
to prorrote and maintain enthusiasm and good sportsman- 
ship in all University events and contests. 




Officers are Joe Clapp, Vicc-Prosident, 
Niven, Secretory, Judy Tolley, Treasun 
Collison, President 




First Row: Dennis Beom, William Holmes, Gene Moloney, Ralph Usino, Oonold McGregor, 
Jock Childs, and Jeff Corbin. Second Row Anne Carlton, Koy Browne, Wickie Stringfield, 
Mary Lou Wells, Al Moise, Gordon Bonks, Joon Willsey, Susan Hayes, Fred Owen Phifer, John 
Heath. Third Row Jim Cootes, George Anderson, Frank Plott, Jim Melvin, Bill Weormouth, 
Allan Reichert, W. A. Honewinckel, Jock Lewis, Charles Hicks, Leon Evans, John Wilson and 
Emmett Richardson. 



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WOMEN'S RESIDENCE COUNCIL 



Members of the WRC ore, seoted, Pat Grohom, Dore Peace, Hester 
Matthews, Helen Jacksan, Callie Pruitt, Sue Fink, President; Susie 
Roberts, Nancy Wilson, Eleanor Smith, Jean Robertson. Standing. Ancy 
Hoover, Sharon Warrenton, Shirley Sailed, Joan Sinclair, Peggy Funk, 
Ann Lossiter, Jeanine Thompson ond Lynn Zimmerman. 




The Women's Residence Council studies problems 
concerning coeds on campus. The Council is com- 
posed of one elected representative from each of the 
women's dormitories, dorm presidents, house man- 
agers from each sorority and the house council 
coordinator from the Women's Honor Council, Aside 
from deciding on late permissions the Council as- 
sumes the job of representing coeds in dealings 
with other parts of the University, of establishing 
dormitory and social rules, and of making the 
University a better place at which to work and grow. 
Each spring the Council chooses the editor of the 
Women's Handbook, chairman of Women's Orienta- 
tion and head of Leadership training 




Page 201 




"Grunt 'n' Groaners" provide one of the rr 
entcrtaining highlights of the intramural progri 



Page 202 




NOVEMBER 









BEAl 

TO 



DOOK FLOAT 



The perennial "Mow'em down!" 







An early December rain chilled and dampened the 
PiKa's annual Beat "Dook" Float Parade but the pageant 
suffered only a minimum setback. The sororities dis- 
played enough shapely legs to please the large crowd 
that packed Franklin Street and Queen Eleanor Riggins 
stayed dry under a Bell Tower atop the PiKa float. Win- 
ning floats brought trophies to Cobb dorm, the Nurses' 
dorm, DKE fraternity, and Tri-De't sorority. 




Chi Psi Geeti 



Pogc 204 



CONSOLIDATED UNIVERSITY 
STUDENT COUNCIL 




Luther Hodg 

President 



The Consolidated University Student Council is composed of 
eleven student leaders from the three schools — Women's 
College, State College, and Carolina. This delegation plans CU 
Day in correlation with the State-Carolina football game at State, 
State-Carolina basketball game at Carolina, and Consolidated 
University Day at Women's College. The CUSC is an organiza- 
tion that meets and discusses problems common to the three 
schools. The leaders take these issues back to the campus and 
to Student Government. Under the leadership of Luther Hodges, 
Jr., CUSC has sponsored a program of enthusiastic activities of 
entertainment, coordination, and hospitality for the representa- 
tives of the three schools. The Consolidated University Student 
Council has three officers — Luther Hodges, Jr., President of 
the Council; Joan Palmer, Secretary; and Bob Gardner, Chair- 
man of the Carolina Council. 




Members of the Carolina Delegation to CUSC are Bob Yoi 
Susan Fink, Jim Kimzey, Don Fowler, Joon Palmer, Lewis Bri 
field, Jim Martin and Jack Stevens. 



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SOCCER 



All-American Pete Cothran and goalieChuck 
Hartman led the Tar Heel soccer team to 
three wins and two ties in an eight game 
season and second place in the A.C.C. The 
Carolina squad won from N. C. State, Duke, 
and Washington and Lee, while it was held 
to a tie by Virginia and N. C. State. 

This year was another building season 
which was brightened by the fine showing 
of three sophomores, Bill Blair, Charlie Co- 
vell, and John Foster. Capt. Calvin Lane, 
Grover Brown, and Jim Skidmore also gave 
impressive performances. Coach Marvin 
Allen is still in the process of building, and 
this season was his third since returning 
from the service. 




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First Row Goldburg, McCormick, Movretic, Covell, Lone, Cothran. bcconj 
Row: Jones, Harris, Cox, Skidmore, Butler, Nichols. Third Row Yank, 
Greenway, Owen, Blair, Brown, Bunting, Moore, Henderson, Foster. Fourth 
Row: Hartman, Oyer, Sullivan, Manoger Yelverton and Coach Allen. 



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WRESTLING 






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Charles Boyette, 1955 winner of the Benjamin Solo- 
mon Award in wrestling, and Hugh Cowan, who won 
the Atlantic Coast Conference championship in the 
130-pound division, led the Tar Heels through a luck- 
less season. The Carolina team was hampered by a 
lack of depth and experience, although they did show 
up well against such strong opponents as Washington 
and Lee and Wake Forest. 

This season's squad was studded with sophomores and 
juniors and is expected to furnish Coach Sam Barnes 
a strong nucleus for next season. The only seniors 
were Boyette and letterman Hugh Berwick. 

Also, matmen Roger Dalehite, William Gray, Ed 
Hutchins, Robert Thornton, and Bobby Wagner 
wrestled exceptionally well. 

Wrestling is still in the building stage at Chapel Hill. 
Next season Coach Barnes hopes that with the return 
of an experienced group from this year's squad plus 
help from a strong freshman team will help put the 
sport back on its feet at UNC. 



Page 207 




Time for one nervous cigarette. 



Crinoline, mascara and smiles lit the stage of Memo- 
rial Hall on November 3rd as over ninety of Carolina's 
loveliest coeds vied, nervously, for the crown of Queen 
of the 1956 Yackety Yack. Presented by various fra- 
ternities, sororities, and dorms on campus under the 
capable direction of Bette Bostian and Ken Lowry, the 
beauties were reduced to the final fifteen, with Miss 
Anne Wrenn unanimously chosen by the judges as 
Queen. 



Judges J. E. King of the History department, Miss Lib Moore, assistant to 
the Dean of Women, and Bob Cox, local clothier. 




BEAUTY CONTEST 




"Remember to stay close to the footlights, pause, and SMI I — 



"Darn that spit curl! 



Page 208 




Contestonts nervously wait 
m the dressing rooms 
before going on stage. 




And Anne is your queen.' 





A last-minute check for perfection. 




Emcee Jimmy Capps, Contest Director Bette Bostian, ond Yack Editor 
Jock Markhom give the contestonts last-minute instructions before the 
contest begins. 



Page 210 




BEAUTIES 



Page 211 



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Queen of the 1956 Yackety Yack 





A queen by right is this Greensboro lass who at present is holding the titles of 
National Kappa Alpha Rose and Star Princess of Sigma Nu. Standing only 
five feet four inches, Anne is known for her vivacious smile and sparkling 
blue eyes. A member of Delta Delta Delta sorority, she is being presented by 
Kappa Sigma fraternity. 




All portraits by Jack Markha 



Page 213 




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The dark brunette hair of this Delta Delta Delta 
is set off strikingly by her soft complexion. Dottie 
is twenty years old, and stands five feet six inches 
tall. She is being presented by Alpha Tau Omega 
fraternity. 






Nutley, New Jersey, is the home of this twenty-year- 
old platinum blonde. Gwen is a Delta Delta Delta 
and is majoring in elementary education. Phi Delta 
Theta fraternity is presenting her to the campus. 



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most strikingly set forth by her deep brown eyes. 
Joan, who is twenty-one years old and majoring in 
art, is from Coral Gables, Florida. She is being pre- 
sented by Sigma Nu fraternity. 



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Tampa, Florida, is the home 
of this twenty-year-old dark- 
haired beauty. A quick smile 
sets off the sparkling person- 
ality of this Delta Delta Delta. 
Sylvia is five feet two inches 
tall, and is being presented by 
Delta Sigma Pi fraternity. 








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A twenty-year-old beauty from Chapel Hill, Wickie 
transferred from Salem College, and is majoring in 
English. A radiant complexion sets off the contrast- 
ing brunette hair of this coed, who is being pre- 
sented by Sigma Nu fraternity. 



Page 218 




Born in Thomson. Georgia, Harriette is noticed for 
her soft accent as well as her quiet beauty. A mem- 
ber of Alpha Delta Pi sorority, she is majoring in 
art education. Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity is spon- 
soring this twenty-one-year-old senior. 




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The quiet charm of friendliness typifies this sopho- 
more nurse who is eighteen years old. Buckhannon, 
West Virginia, is the home of this Kappa Delta, who 
is five feet seven inches tall. She is being presented 
by her sorority. 




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Atlanta is the home of this twenty-year-old beauty, 
who is known for her vivacious smile and charming 
personality. Nancy is a member of Stray Greeks, 
and is majoring in English. Chi Psi fraternity is pre- 
senting her in this year's court. 



Page 221 





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Page 222 



A sparkling smile is probably the most noticeable 
feature about this vivacious coed from Norfolk. 
Joan is majoring in physical education and stands 
five feet eight inches tall. She is being presented 
by Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity. 





Sparkling laughter sets this attractive blonde out 
from a crowd, as Diana hurries across campus to 
her elementary education classes. Born in Green- 
wood, Mississippi, she is twenty years old, and a 
member of Delta Delta Delta. Theta Chi fraternity 
is presenting Diana in this year's court. 



Page 223 



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A too often rare combination of brains 
and beauty were endowed this Chi Omega 
who is majoring in psychology. Twenty 
years old and five feet five inches tall, 
Nancy claims Hickory as her home. 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity is pre- 
senting her in the beauty court. 




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The quiet, sophisticated beauty of this Chi Omega is noticed 
particularly in her blue eyes Sally is twenty years old, majoring 
in English, and comes from Goldsboro. She is being presented by 
Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. 



Page 225 




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Knoxville, Tennessee, is the home of this beauty who is 
doing graduate worl<, in radio, television and motion pic- 
tures Delta Delta Delta is her sorority, and this twenty-two- 
year-old brunette is being presented by Alpha Tau Omega 
fraternity. 



Page 226 






CXKvajX 




This pert young Chi Omega hails from Orlando, 
Florida, and stands only five feet three inches tall. 
A sophomore, Janet is majoring in dental hygiene. 
Phi Delta Theta fraternity is presenting her to the 
campus. 



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Page 227 




YOUNG DEMOCRATS CLUB 



The University Young Democrats Club is the largest active organization on 
the campus. Its purpose as set forth in the constitution of the Young Demo- 
crats Clubs of North Carolina is: "To stimulate in young people an active 
interest in governmental affairs, to increase the efficiency of popular gov- 
ernment, to foster and perpetuate the ideals and principles of the Democratic 
Party, and to provide for our people through its administration the highest 
degree of justice, social welfare and happiness." 

Club activities for the political year 1955-1956 included the co-sponsorship 
of North Carolina's first Democratic Workshop; a banquet honoring Demo- 
cratic National Chairman Paul M. Butler; assistance in the organization or 
reactivation of YDC Clubs on other campuses; publication of The Tar Heel 
Democrat, the Club's monthly newspaper; sponsorship of a college caucus in 
conjunction with the state YDC Convention, and the sponsorship of numerous 
addresses by prominent Democratic leaders. 




Seated: Ruth Dalton, Historian; Larry Egerton, Bill Formyduvol, First Vice-President; Charlie Dean, Vice- 
President- W. E. Graham, Jr., President; Anne Carlton, Secretary; Gerrold Parker, Treasurer; Bill Wolf, 
Tommy Gardner. Standing A. W. Sapp, Jr., Bob Roberts, James Ramsey, Andre Evans, R. B. Dawes, Jr., 
Editor; Hermon Godwin, Phil Ronsdell, Norman Booker. 



Page 228 




AIR FORCE 
R.O.T.C. 



Colonel George Smith 

Professor of Air Science 




Major Jock Gobus 

Commandont of Cadet 



Major George Lynn 

Operations Officer 



DETACHMENT NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS 
Front Row M/Sgt C. W. Clifford, M/Sgf M. W. Hudson 
R. C. Puckett. Back Row S/Sg» J. W. Howk, T/Sgt B. F 
S Sgt M. N. Wilson. 





WING STAFF ASSISTANTS AND NCO's 
Front Row Cadet Copt. E. R. Borrott, Codet T/Sgt D. L. Bell, 
Cadet M/Sgt J. M. Howey, Cadet Copt. J. E. Durham. Back 
Row: Codet First Lt. G. W. Whitesides, Cadet A/3c J. M. 
Wiesel, Cadet Copt. G. F. McCabe, Cadet Copt. J. B. Carrol. 



Page 230 




Honorory Cadet Colonel Carolyn Priiitt 

Commanding Officer, Corps of Sponsors 




Codet Colonel Robert Patterson 

Commanding Officer, Corps of Cadets 



Cadet Lt. Colonel Donold Fryar, Wing 
Deputy Commander; Cadet Lt. Colonel 
Jock Wilson, Wing Operations Officer; 
Cadet Mojor Douglas Clark, Wing Ad- 
jutant; Cadet Major John Spooner, Wing 
Air Inspector; Cadet Major Shelton 
Alexander, Wmg Personnel Officer. 



Cadet 


Major A-chie Christopher, Wing 


Specio 


1 Services Officer, Codet Mojor 


Jerry 


Voydo, Wing Material Officer; 


Cadet 


Major Cloude Pope, Wing Public 


Inforrr 


lotion Officer, Codet Major Ray- 


mond 


Graham, Wing Communications 


Office 


r; Codet Major James McCorkle, 


Wing 


Comptroller. 




CORPS OF CADETS 




Page 231 



Mojor R. R. Nixon ond Mojor J. F. Wooten, 

Band Directors 






-?t 







AFROTC Marching Band 



Major M. L. Boyotl 

Drill Commander 





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SQUAD B 
First L». E. L. Nance, Copt. A. A. Culbreth, Squad Com- 
mander; First Lt. A. G. Resnick, First Lt. E. P. Yarnell. 



GROUP I 
Capt. B. I. Poller, Copt. C. L. Sharpless, Copt. J. S. 
Correll, Mojor J. D. Sykes, Group Commander. 





GROUP I 




SQUAD A 
First Lt. O. W. Cook, First Lt. T. Kemp, 
Copt. C. R. Vincent, Squad Co 
First Lt. E. K. Davis. 




GROUP 11 
Copt. J. B. Woods, Copf. J. T. White, Copt. W. G. Clark, 
Mojor R. S. Heoden, Group Commander 




SQUAD C 
Copt. 0. H. Pace, Squad Commander; First Lt. C. H 
Wortmon, First Lt. J. H. Tesh, First Lt. J. M. Morron 




GROUP II 



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Cadet Mojor Douglas Clork 

Commanding Officer 




ARNOLD 
AIR SOCIETY 



First Rqw: Howey, Patton, Fryor, McCorkle, Shorpless, Tesh, Resnick, Jonas, Poller, Mclnnis, Bell. Second 
Row: Borroff, Boyatt, Cook, Morrow, Alexander, Pace, Christopher, Patterson, Pope, Wilson, Sykes, 
Strickland, Murray, Booth, Wortman, Vincent, Clark, Nixon. 




"The Warrior Who Cultivates His Mind Polishes His Arms" 

"We of the Air ROTC accept this motto as a challenge and a pledge that in 
the future we shall by diligent study and unrestricted effort instruct and 
train ourselves so that each of us shall have the qualities and attributes 
essential to our progressive and continued development throughout our life- 
time as Officers of the United States Air Force." 



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Bill Margulies 

Managing Editor 



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Members of the staff 

include Bud Shapard, 

deeply engrossed in 

foreign pornographic 

literature, while John 

Houston, Gordie Lindsey, 

Dove Dovis and Truman 

Moore wait Their turn 




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Jock Weaver 



"We, the Editors of the Tarnotion, assume no 
responsibility for the contents of this maga- 
zine ..." So began another year of a rebel- 
lious publication that has demonstrated in past 
years the stability of a Central American gov- 
ernment. With Juan Guillermo Ragsdale snort- 
ing back and forth in harassed dictatorship, 
the coup was successful in turning out three 
issues and making it through till the Spring. 

Young Will Margulies gave doughty contribu- 
tions to the health of the undertaking. Bob 
Stapleton, ace business manager, kept various 
unscrupulous and designing creditors from the 
door. 

Jack Weaver was the man with the dripping 
pen and the monster on a leash; his cohorts in 
the art field included Charlie Daniel, Tom 




Bob Stapleton 

Business Manage 




Kirklond, and Truman Moore, Crime Photog- 
rapher. We had Rueben Leonard as Advertis- 
ing Manager and Consultant in the Fall, and 
occasionally John Comer came down from the 
Law School to serve as contributor and Legal 
Adviser. Jim Carraway took care of the circu- 
lation, while Martha Tuttle, known locally as 
Patty, Office Managed. 




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The Intramural Department, directed by Walter Rabb, now sponsors twenty- 
three individual and team activities in addition to holding sports carnivals 
and interscholastic competition with neighboring schools. The department 
arranges suitable competition and provides adequate facilities and trained 
officials for student participation which is increasingly widespread. One of 
the most successful programs has been Big Four Sports day which was won 
again by Carolina for the fourth successive year. The intramural program is 
carried on through summer school, and competition is held in softball, golf, 
tennis, and horseshoes. 



INTRAMURALS 




Intramural Softball 






The Women's Athletic Association offers a wide variety of 
activities to all women students at U.N.C. It provides for 
competition in archery, tennis, volleyball, basketball, field 
hockey, and softbalL Also special sports days, and sporting 
clubs are organized such as the Splash Club which features 
a synchronized swimming ballet. 

All women students automatically become members of the 
W.A.A. and all activities are carried on in accordance with 
the standards of the American Association of Health, Physical 
Education, and Recreation. 



WOMEN'S SPORTS 



Women's Athletic 

Association executive 

committee 




The Sf.^lQsh Club 





The Women's Tennis Team 



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WANTED: One Healthy Male! 



Stag Party — PiKA style 





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President 



MEN'S 
INTERDORMITORY 




The Interdormitory Council serves the students 
that live in men's dormitories in various ways. 
It acts as their governing agency and represents 
them to the administration. The IDC also plans 
social events for the dorms, one of the more 
successful being the annual Tennis Boll which is 
held on the tennis courts behind Cobb Dorm in 
the spring. The Council itself is composed of an 
executive committee and representatives from 
each dorm. Over three thousand men living in 
nineteen dorms were represented this year. An- 
other integral port of the group is the Interdormi- 
tory Council Court which tries all violations of 
interdormitory regulations. 



Several hundred students enjoyed 
an IDC dance held in the bose- 
ment of Cobb Dorm just before 
Christmas. 



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Jim Monteith 

Vice-President 



Miss Eleanor Riggins, 

Sweetheart of the 
Carolina Dorms 



COUNCIL 




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The Interdormitory Council acts as a governing 
agency for the dorms as well as planning a well- 
rounded social calendar for all male students living 
in the nineteen men's dorms. 



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An impromptu combo entertained at freshmen camp 



Manna for the 




YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN 




The YMCA is a non-denominational, lay movement 
made up of students, faculty and friends who seek to 
work together In living out the Christian faith In all 
areas of life through worship, study and action. 

Membership In the YMCA Is voluntary and open to 
all on the basis of Interest, without regard to creed, 
race, doctrine or church membership. It is a democra- 
tic organization in structure, which provides oppor- 
tunities for students to make their own decisions and 
to take the responsibility for the work which they 
initiate. At the heart of the movement is this objec- 
tive: taking a student where he now is and giving him 
an opportunity to grow as an individual in Christian 
dedication and effectiveness 

This year a number of activities have been taking 
place in the YMCA movement at Carolina. A great 
many students have been interested and active in Race 
Relations, Bible or Social Action study groups. Other 
programs include square dances, film forums, U.N. 
seminars and the Campus Chest. 

Many students work on the YMCA publications which 
include the Carolina Handbook, the Directory of Stu- 
dents and Faculty, and the YMCA Digest. Thus the 
YMCA has much to offer the student who Is seeking 
maturity and a means by which he may express his 
faith in concrete forms of service and action. 




ASSOCIATION 




"Let every good fellow now join in o song . . ." 



Front Row: Lewis Hardee 
L. Neelokonton, Carl Bridgers, Ed He 
General Secretary; John Blelefelt, E 
Taylor, Charles McCaw, Gerry Moyo, 

Associate Secretary. 



CABINET 
Yang, Holland McS' 



Bob Leonard, 
:iaude Shotts, 
Elliott, Dan Southerland, Roy 
iham Rights, and John Riebel, 




YOUNG WOMEN'S 
CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 



The Young Women's Christian Association is open to any 
coed who agrees with its purposes and pledges her 
services and financial assistance. Its purposes are: to 
unite in a desire to realize a full and creative life through 
God; to determine to have a part in making this life 
possible for all people; to seek to know God; to under- 
stand Jesus and follow Him. 

This year there were 660 members in the four com- 
missions — Christian Faith and hHeritage, Personal and 
Campus Affairs, Social Responsibility, and World Under- 
standing. These commissions are divided into nineteen 
committess with widely varied activities Discussions with 
Coffee Klatsch, Supper Forums, Creative Arts and In- 
tercollegiate Council — public service through Vespers, 
hHospital Service, Girl Scouts and the Negro Recreation 





Pi Phis at vespers 



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Center — carrying on the day to day work of the "Y" through Office 
Forces, Publicity and Posters. All these and others united in regular 
cabinet meetings. 

Steady activity of the commissions and committees was inter- 
spaced with featured events, the first being a breakfast for the 
new coeds and then a membership drive. There was a social to 
introduce the new assistant director, Mrs. Pauline Brooks, followed 
by picnics, the Marriage and Courtship series, a bakery sale and 
important University speakers. 



CABJNET 
First Row: Quinn, Mollis, McCobe, Roberts, 
Word, Smith, George, Purser, Andes, McDonrel. 
Second Row Mrs. Milbroth, Dillon, Holt, Bost, 
Bohonnon, Lilly, Cocke, Jordan, Folger, Dixon, 
Cowles, Royal, Hayes, Jackson, Zimmerman, 
Gratz, Mrs. Brooks. 



I and Barbara Love 

help in the office. 




Don Vann 

President 



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The Baptist Student Union is more than just a link between the 
campus and the local Baptist church — it is a fellowship of 
Christian students who desire to live outside their individual 
selves in a more meaningful field — the world. Through study 
and discussion its members seek to understand the self-giving, 
uncalculating love of Jesus Christ; through evangelism, "Listen," 
and Christian service they seek to practice it; through these and 
worship they seek to verify God's presence and to understand 
His will for their lives. In all these things its members seek to 
relate their Christian faith to their vocation as students 



BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 



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Seated: Nolo Hotten, Gene Lawrence, Carol King, Clayton 
Stalnaker, Janet Harper, Sarah Buie, Don Kerby, Rachel 
Humphries, ond Jerry Smith. Standing Ken Bryant, Dovis 
Reese, Bill Baddley, George George, James O. Consler, 
Director; Doug Farmer, Oscar Bolch, Robert Noel, Ivey 
Heath, James Chomblee, and Daniel Vonn. 



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CANTERBURY CLUB 




Informal caroling 
brightens the 
Christmas seoson 



Officers ore, seated, Happy Watson, Social Chairman; Bill Brewer, Senic 
Warden; and Cloydio Carstarphen, Secretary. Standing are Franc* 
Porcher, Treasurer; Bill Padgett, Vice-President; and Preston Brownini 

Second Vice-President. 



Corporate worship, daily evening prayer, Tuesday night 
Bible discussions, weekly study courses, "big" drive to 
add a wing to the Chapel of the Cross, $3,000 budget to 
meet by student pledges, programs designed to further 
instruct the Christian, "Man's need and God's action" — 
leading up to Spring Mission, "Roadblocks to Faith" — the 
Challenges of our age concluded in the fabulous Dialogue 
Sermons, the battlefield of the Skeptic and Christian, 
second place in the annual Valkyrie Sing with "Campus 
Prince," intramural Softball with no wins and five losses 
but much fun! This is the Canterbury Club as Episcopal 
students know it — the organization within the student 
congregation that aims toward a closer relation with God 
through Christian fellowship, worship, service and study. 




Members of the Newman Club roast franks in the crisp autumn 



NEWMAN 
CLUB 




The primary purpose of the Newman Club is to deepen the spiritual and 
enrich the temporal lives oi its members through a balanced program of 
religious, intellectual and social activities. It aims to help and guide the 
student in keeping and developing his faith in a secularist atmosphere so that 
he may be a courageous, informed and spiritual influence in his environment. 



COSMOPOLITAN CLUB 

The Cosmopolitan Club is the campus organization for American and overseas 
students and townspeople coming together for the purpose of giving members 
an opportunity to exchange ideas and cultures with an object of promotion 
of friendship and understanding among the nations. There are about ninety 
regular members. 




The Cosmopolitan Club gives foreign students and American 
G chance to meet and exchange ideas. 



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FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 




First Row: Herman, Edmundson, Gordon, Dovis, Turner, Kline, Wiggs, Darlington 
Norton. Second Row: Wilson, Foster, Morgan, Eison, Whitfield, Hobby, House, Perdue, 
Stogner, Phipps, Fowler and Bridges. Third Row: Stephens, Pruitt, James, Gunther, 
Nelson, McNeil, Hunter, Forrow, Hollis, Wright, Newman and Folkenburg. Fourth Row 
Senter, Jones, Moncrief, Cooper, Soieed, King, Barlowe, Smith, Byerly, Bennett and Bright. 



Future Teachers of America emphasizes high ideals and the qualities of 
dependable character and leadership. It is for the social and informative 
growth of all interested students who plan to teach. Established in 1937 
as a project of the National Education Association and its affiliated 
state and local associations, FTA seeks to orient the student into his 
profession. The Frank Porter Graham Chapter holds the number one 
charter for North Carolina. 




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Snow-laden trees frame 

the law building after a 

quiet winter snow. 



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station deportment heads discussing a weel^'s progromming 
include Butch Culbreth, operotions monager, Deedee da 
Pdrma, music librorion; John Young, station manager, Phil 
eoodman, production manager; Anne Ryon Thomas, program 
manager; and Dave Setzer, continuity manager. 



WUNC is a service organization of the University, 
another voice which the University may use to help it 
"become the heart, the v^ill, the brain and the con- 
science of the State of North Carolina." The operating 
staff of the station, under the capable direction of 
station manager John Young, is composed of Universi- 
ty students who donate their time entirely voluntarily. 






Martha Stogne 

President 



i» INDEPENDENT 

WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION 




The Independent Women's Association 
gathered in Lenoir Hall for their annual 
Christmas banquet. 



The Independent Women's Association is the legislative organiza- 
tion of all women students at the University of North Carolina who 
are not affiliated with o sorority. The Association is composed of 
three representatives from each of the women's dorms and three 
representatives from Town Girls' Association. Its purposes are: to 
promote extra-curricular activities, to aid other campus organiza- 
tions, to provide opportunities for independent coeds to participate 
actively in campus activities, to make dormitories more home-like, 
and to coordinate the activities of independent and sorority girls. 



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SWIMMING 



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All-American Charlie Krepp again led Coach Ralph Casey's 
swimming team to a great season. Krepp, an all around 
swimmer, specializes in the backstroke and individual medley 
events. The youngster from Baltimore, Maryland, is definitely 
one of the most outstanding athletes ever to attend Carolina. 

The Tar Heels opened the season with a 62-25 win over the 
U. S. Naval Center at Bainbridge, Md. and then went on to 
defeat South Carolina, Duke, and Virginia before highlighting 
the season by a smashing 47-37 victory over Carolina's 
strongest Southern rival, N. C, State. This marked a revenge 
win over a State team which had handed the Tar Heels two 
defeats during the 1954-55 season. 




Members of the varsity swimming squad include, first ro 
Zickgraf, Bill Roth, Dick Boker. Second Row: Mac Mohaffey. 
Jim Goad, Kelly Maness, Jim Atwater, Pete Higgins. Third Ro 
Lee Holmes, Ned Meekins, Mac Mclnnis, and J. B. Beaman. 



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Dick Baker, freestyler, has proven himself to be the 

varsity squod's outstanding senior swimmer. 






Bill Roth is the fastest SO-yord freestyler in 
UNC's swimming history. 



)e varsity squad. Bill Zickgraf has 
both the backstroke and freestyle. 




Faced by the loss of star Phil Drake, the 
team received the added strength it need- 
ed by the terrific performance of three 
great sophomore swimmers, Bill Zickgraf, 
Bill Roth, and Walt Rose. Seniors Dick 
Baker and Pete Higgins were standouts 
and gave the squad depth and experi- 
ence. 

Junior diving sensation Mac Mclnnis was 
out for most of the early meets with a leg 
injury but came back during the middle 
of the season to turn in fine perform- 
ances. Charlie Parker and Ned Meekins 
also gave a good account of themselves 
on the boards. 

The prospects for next season look ex- 
ceedingly good as only five of the team 
members are seniors A great freshman 
team has given Casey exceedingly high 
hopes that Carolina will again regain its 
place as undisputed king of southern 
swimming, a title the Tar Heels held a 
few years back when Carolina amassed 
a 45-meet victory string. 



Fulfilling the role of host at Carolina dances and maintaining order at 
social functions given by various campus organizations are the main 
purposes of the University Dance Committee. In this capacity it has 
attained the respect and approval of both faculty and students. Easily 



DANCE COMMITTEE 




recognized in formal dress with blue and white rosettes in their lapels, 
this group of students through careful vigilance of campus dances will 
continue to work toward achieving their ultimate goal, "The Perfect 
Carolina Dance." 



Pot Hunter 

Chairman 




First Row Dick Boker, Bob Harrinston, Ed Hennessee, Bob Hornik. Second Row Don Kentopp, Von 
King, Joe Movret.c Pot McCormick, John Medlin, Don Miller, Seth Miller. Third Row Ken oikley, 
Mebone Pritehett, Gil Roglond, Sandy Sanders, Bob Stoton and Juan West 



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The box reads: "Rinso because 



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Outside assignments in TV 44 



Is she a heavy date, Stan? 




DORM LIFE 




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Lorry McElroy 

President 



DIALECTIC SENATE 

Oliver Wendell Holmes once wrote, "The ultimate good 
desired is better reached by free trade in ideos. The best 
test of truth is the power of the thought to get itself 
accepted in the competition of the market." 

Free trade in ideas is better reached by informative and 
intelligent debate. Each Tuesday night, on the third floor 
of New West, the Dialectic Senate debates a bill of 
philosophical, political, or general interest. Each Senator 
and guest has the opportunity to express his ideas by 
speaking on the bill. Debate is governed only by rules 
designed to give everyone the opportunity to be heard. 

Carolina men who joined the Dialectic Senate include 
James Knox Polk, Frank Porter Graham, Thomas Wolfe, 
and Luther Hodges. 




First Row: Rothschild, Boudreou, Webb, Show, McElroy, Self, and Reid. 
Second Row; Myott, Barteou, Adams, Wible, Gront, Pierce and Holmes. 
Third Row Finley, Vesto, Pickney, Hester and Julion. 



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First Row: Alexander, Clay, Johnston, Dent, Curtis, McBone, Duvoll, Moc- 
Galliord, Englesby. Second Row: Tedder, Brooks, Matthews, Pittmon, Cuthrell, 
Woods, Tolmon, Taylor. Third Row Plotf, Stribling, Exum, Monteith, Roland. 




PHILANTHROPIC ASSEMBLY 



A large part of the past of the University is the post of 
the Assembly of the Philanthropic Literary Society. 
Founded in 1795 on the principles of philanthropy, 
knowledge, training, and leadership, the Phi has done 
much for the University, state, and nation. As the Uni- 
versity grew the Society produced many state and 
notional leaders who have graduated from Carolina. 

New East Building, present home of the Society, was 
built largely from Phi funds; in collaboration with the Di, 
the Phi endowed the University Library, and became the 
functioning Student Government. 

Today, debating campus, state, and national issues, the 
Phi continues a fine tradition. The Society realizes a new 
purpose on campus, offering student self-expression, and 
serving as a link between administration and students. 




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Tony Rodovich watches uneosily as Sfote gains on advantoge in (he 
spirited contest on the court. 



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Although Frank McGuire had predicted that this year's team would 
still be one year away from its peak, the Tar Heels turned in one 
of the greatest showings in Carolina's history. Led by Lennie Rosen- 
bluth, who continued to odd to the scoring records he set as a fresh- 
man and a sophomore, the Carolina squad defeated such high 
nationally ranked teams as Alabama, N. C. State, Maryland, and 
Duke. 

Captain Jerry Voydc and guard Tony Radovich added experience to 
the sophomore-studded team which by midseason was leading the 
Atlantic Coast Conference. Rosenbluth for the second straight year 
was elected to the All-Tournament team of the Dixie Classic. Pete 
Brennan, Joe Quigg, and Tommy Kearns also plaved top notch ball. 



The Varsity Squad is 
composed of, first row 
Tony Radovich, Ken 
Rosemond, Tommy Kearns, 
Jerry Vayda, captain; Bob 
Cunningham, Gerry McCabe 
and Roy Seorcy. Second row 
Coach Fronk McGuire, Bob 
Young, Lennie Rosenbluth, 
Hilliord Greene, Joe Quigg, 
Pete Brennan, and Manager 
Ben Lubin. 



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Milliard Green, cente 



Bob Cunninghom, guard 




Joe Quigg, center 




Lennie Rosenbluth, All-Conference forward 





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Gerry McCabe, guard 



Bob Young, forward 




Tony Rodovich, guard 



Jerry Voydo, guard 




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Ken Rosemond, gu 




1955-56 RESULTS 

UNC Opponent 

73 Clemson 58 

88 Georgia Tech 76 

92 South Carolina 75 

99 Alabama 77 

68 Maryland 62 

86 Villanova 63 

74 Duke 64 

60 N. C. State 82 

95 Louisiana State 59 

71 Wake Forest 76 

101 Virginia 65 

75 South Carolina 73 

103 Clemson 99 

64 Maryland 55 

73 N. C. State 69 

59 Duke 64 

1 1 5 William and Mary 63 

83 Virginia 72 

77 Wake Forest 73 

73 N. C. State 79 

73 Duke 65 

Won 1 7, Lost 4 

A. C. C Tournament 

81 Virginia 77 

56 Wake Forest 77 



Pete Brennon, forM 




Tommy Keorns, guard 






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T. O. Moore 

President 



Noel Sulli> 

Secretary 



Bob Mason 

Treasurer 



The German Club is an organization composed of repre- 
sentatives from thirteen social fraternities which sponsors 
the three big dance weekends on the Carolina campus. 
Each year they select name bonds and in addition carry 
out all the details which moke these dances possible. 
Under the guidance of Tommy Moore, President, this 
year's German Club had a highly successful season. The 
dance series began in November on the weekend of the 



GERMAN CLUB 




Carolina-Notre Dome football game with Stan Kenton 
and his orchestra playing for a dance. In February, Mid- 
winters proved to be a resounding hit when Les Brown 
and his Bond of Renown played for a concert in Memorial 
Hall and a dance in Woollen Gym. The year ended with 
the highly successful Spring Finals in May. Other officers 
of the German Club are: Pat Patteson, Vice-President; 
Noel Sullivan, Secretary; and Bob Mason, Treasurer. 



□ list with Les Bn 



Stan Kenton 



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form the traditional figure. 






Beta Theto Pi 



Morcus Cherry 

Phi Delta Theto 



Donald McMillan 

Sigma Alpho Epsilo 



John Morriott 

Pi Koppa Alpho 



Joe Movretic 

Phi Gommo Deito 



Harold Mitchell 





George Ragsdole 

Delta Koppa Epsilo 



Jack Spooner 

St. Anthony Ho 



Rivers Upchurch 

Alpha Tau Omego 



Hoseo Wilson 

Sigmo Chi 




Page 279 




Coach Bill Meade, who revived the sport in 1949, has built 
gymnastics into one of the most outstanding sports at Caro- 
lina. Though relatively new at UNC, the Tor Heels have al- 
ready firmly established themselves as the top team in this 
part of the country. 

The team this year was led by Biff Howard, who topped the 
list of seven returning lettermen Three newcomers to the 
team were William Waddill, Dan Hilliard, and Ted Strauss. 
These men were faced with the task of replacing last-season's 
stars Gordon Hudson, Pete Brumley, and Southern Inter- 
collegiate Rope Climbing Champion Bill Rivera. 



Despite an opening loss to Navy the Tar Heels appeared well 
on their way to another fine season. 



GYMNASTICS 




Members of the team watching Dick Quails v. r-- 
Woddill, Ned Jordon, Don Hilliard, Brick Grantha 
Tom Avent, Mocon Weover, Coach Bill Meode ar.^1 I 



'•-•' trampoline are Williom 
Bift Howard, Horley Gilleland, 
lugcr Joe Sink. 



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Colonel R. C. Burns, U5MC 
Professor of Noval Science 



N.R.O.T.C 



J. H. Graves, USN 

jtive Officer 



The mission of the Naval Reserve Officers Training 
Corps are two-fold: To provide a steady supply of 
well-educated Junior Officers to serve on active 
duty in the Line and Staff of the Navy and in the 
Marine Corps; and to build up a reserve of officers 
subject to call in event of national emergency. 

The NPOTC unit at Chapel Hill since 1940 has 
dedicated itself to the training and indoctrination 
of undergraduate students enrolled in the program 
so that upon graduation they may receive commis- 
sions in the U. S. Navy or U. S. Marine Corps. A 
student enters the program under either of two 
plans, Regular or Contract. As a Regular he is 
appointed a Midshipman upon entering the pro- 
gram and receives tuition, books, uniforms, and 



six hundred dollars per year throughout his four 
years of college. At graduation he is commissioned 
an Ensign in the U. S. Navy or a Second Lieutenant 
in the Marines and serves three years of active 
duty. Contract students are furnished uniforms and 
are paid thirty dollars per month during the last 
two years of the program. Upon graduation each 
Contract student receives a reserve commission. To 
successfully complete these programs each student 
is required to take eight Naval Science courses. 
Otherwise, he majors in the academic field of his 
choice. During the four-year period, the Regular 
student is required to take three summer cruises, 
and the Contract student one summer training 
cruise. 




BATTALION STAFF 
Lt. C. J. Katzenstein, 

Battalion Supply Officer; 
LCDR J. D. Halleft, Baftolior 
Operations Officer; Coptoin 
S. H. Smith, Battalion 
Commander, CDR B. A. 
Gustafson, Bcttolion 
Executive Officer; Lt. P. I. 
Goodman, Communications 
Officer; CPO J. V. Edwards, 
Battalion CPO. 



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Members of the Cutter staff, preporing 
material for the next issue, are E. G. Bul- 
luck, T. R. Durham, S. S. Show, Editor; and 
B. L. Burbridge. 




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Captain's In 


spection is held every Saturday 


aboard the 


many ships carrying Midship- 





"Reveille, Reveille, all hands turn out and trice up." These 
words greet midshipmen each morning on their summer train- 
ing cruises. The midshipmen carry out the daily routine of 
regular seamen and get special training designed to help 
them OS the future naval officers of the United States Navy. 

If we could walk about the ship during the day we could see 
midshipmen at their cleaning stations, and practicing "man 
overboard," "general quarters," and "fire" drills. After mid- 
day chow the familiar "Turn to. Turn to, sweepers man your 
brooms, clean sweepdown fore and aft" would echo on each 
ship in the cruise fleet. 

Present on the bridge of each ship are the mid'n officer of 
the day and the mid'n telephone talkers — down in the engine 
rooms midshipmen are finding things a bit warm. 

Then the fleet docks, and in Spain, England and Cuba are 
found thousands of midshipmen — shopping and interested in 
the more worldly aspects of life. 

While the freshmen and junior midshipmen are seeing the 
world, the sophomores remain ashore for the Aviation-Amphib 
cruise and find things to their liking in Corpus Christi, Texas, 
and Little Creek, Virginia. The Marine candidates at Quantico 
turn to on Mondays a little foggy after those Washington 
weekends, for some early morning exercise. 

The NROTC midshipmen return home at the end of the sum- 
mer with exciting sea stories, sunburns and a new found con- 
fidence in themselves. The Carolina midshipmen on cruises 
learn through actual experience and are prepared to face the 
challenge of the future. 



Midshipmen receive the "word" on 
Naval Air Training during the 
Aviation cruise in Corpus Christi. 




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The National Society of Scabbard and Blade is a nation-wide 
military honor society with chapters located in leading col- 
leges and universities having ROTC programs. Membership is 
by election only and selection is based upon military leader- 
ship and academic merit, the members being outstanding 
ROTC officers. The purpose of the society is to maintain and 
develop the qualities inherent in good and efficient officers, to 



SCABBARD AND BLADE 



prepare these officers to take a more active part and exert a 
greater influence in the military affairs of our country, to 
unite in a closer relationship the military departments of 
American universities, and above all else to spread accurate 
and intelligent information concerning our nation's military 
requirements The officers of the society are: Sherwood H. 
Smith, Jr., Captain; Bruce A. Gustafson, First Lt.; John G. 
Medlin, Second Lt.; and Owen Cook, First Sgt. 




First Row Loren Brandt, Robert Peek, John Hoilett, Owen Cook, Thomas Ferguson, 
Richard Booth, Donald Christopher, Bruce Gustatson, Sherwood Smith. Second Row 
Lee Holmes, Eorle Garrett, Hugh Cowan, Bob Poweri, Jim Howey, Donald Huntington, 
Ed Bulluck, Donald Fryar, David Mclnnis. Third Row Noel Petree, Don Strickland, 
Bob Mason, Jock Wilson, Shelton Alexander, Bill Pittman, Don Kentopp, Brad Hall, 
Mebone Pritchett, Josiah Murray. 



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Members of the Student Council are. seated, Charles Stewort, Jane Howie, Peggy 
Bollard, Bob Kimiey, Solly Cowles, Jane Edwards. Standing, Pot Potteson, chairman, 
George Spelvin, Scotty Hester, Jim Allen, Cloude Pope, Jim Rough, Shelton Alexander 
and Bill Pittmon. 




The Student Council is the top link in the judicial chain — its 
authority is related to that of the Federal Supreme Court. 
As provided for in the Student Constitution, the Student 
Council has original jurisdiction in all cases involving the 
constitutionality of any legislative or executive actions. It 
also has original jurisdiction in all cases of violations of acts 
not otherwise provided for by the Student Legislature. The 
Council has appellate jurisdiction in all cases which ore 
appealed from the lower courts. This review is limited 



STUDENT COUNCIL 



exclusively to the question of whether, in the original judicial 
hearing, all the constitutional rights of the accused were 
observed. The Council is composed of fifteen members: three 
women selected in the spring by women students, three men 
elected by men students, three members elected at large by 
the student body, and one member each from the Men's 
Honor Council, Women's Honor Council, Law School Council, 
Medical School Council, the Interfrcternity Council, and the 
Interdormitory Council. 



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WOMEN'S HONOR COUNCIL 



Members of the Women's Honor Council ore Edna Dillon, Lois Owen, Cory Caperton, Dutchie Milligon, 
Peggy Ballord and Phyllis Shepherd 




The Women's Honor Council is tine Inigliest women's judiciary body. The 
Council has original jurisdiction in all cases involving violations of the Honor 
Code and the Campus Code; it also tries cases concerning infractions of 
certain social rules, and it serves as an Appellate Court to House Council 
decisions. As well as upholding the principles of the Honor Code and the 
Campus Code, the Council has an important part in the orientation of new 
women students into this aspect of campus life. The Women's Honor Council 
functions as an integral port of the philosophy of the University — "To do 
justly, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God." 



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The Men's Honor Council is shown during one of its working sessions. The 
members ore Sonny Evans, Don Huntington, Tom Moore, Charles Katzenstein, 
clerk; Ogburn Yates, chairmon; Dick Boker, Pete Gerns, Mebone Pritchett and 
Perk Hayes. 




MEN'S HONOR COUNCIL 




The Men's Honor Council, the primary judicial body for 
campus law at Carolina, has original jurisdiction in oil 
instances of violations of the Honor and Campus Codes. 
Under the Student Government Constitution the Council 
has the authority to render decisions which include repri- 
mand, placing on probation, and suspension from school. 
In the fine tradition of granting to student supervision the 
responsibility for student conduct, the administration almost 
invariably supports the decisions rendered by the Council. 
The Men's Council also has the responsibility of helping to 
orient new students into our system, and of maintaining 
an awareness in the students of their obligations to the 
Honor System. 



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Order of the^l^^d^^ 



Horace Edney Stacy 
Walter D. Gurley . 
Lemuel Russel Jordan 
Paul R Likins ... 



... Jason 
. Hyparchos 
Grammateus 
Chrystopher 



MEMBERS 1955-1956 

428 James Clarence Wallace 

429 Raymond Lewis Jefferies 
459 Samuel Haye Magill 
470 Ray Clifton Moose 

486 Horace Edney Stacy 
499 James Edward Mclntyre 
501 Colvin Theodore Leonard, Jr. 
545 Thomas Claiborne Creasy 

550 Harry Pawlik 

551 Tyre C. Taylor 

552 Edward Lex Potter 

553 Carl Vernon Venters, Jr. 

554 William Woodord McLendon 

555 Rollie Tillman, Jr. 

556 Kenneth Melvin Pruitt 

557 Edwin Osborne Ayscue, Jr. 

558 Richard Henry Baker, Jr. 

559 Raymond Mason Taylor 

560 Lewis Manning Muntzing 

561 John Gordon Forester, Jr. 

562 Edwin Milton Yoder 

563 Charles Hill Yarborough, Jr 

564 Ralph Martin Jordan, 11 

565 Richard Beverly Raney Webb 

566 Joel Lawrence Fleishman 






FACULTY MEMBERS 

6 Charles Phillips Russell 
70 Claude Edward Teague 
90 Edgar Ralph Rankin 
102 Robert Burton House 
109 Herman Glenn Baity 
1 1 1 Ernest Lloyd Mockie 
119 Albert McKinley Coates 
121 Joseph Burton Linker 
141 Corydon Perry Spruill 
149 Frederick Carlysle SheppQ 
176 Earle Horace Hartsell 
1 86 Joseph Maryon Saunders 
202 Richard Beverly Raney 
209 Edgar Alexander Cameror 
220 Walter Smith Spearman, . 
231 Gordon Gray 
274 JohnTettenerO'Neil 
299 Frederick Henry Weaver 
318 George Alexander Heard 
403 Edwin S. Lanier 

424 Hugh Talmage Lefler 

425 Harry Kitsun Russell 
432 William West Taylor 
437 Frank William Hanft 
445 Williom Clyde Friday 
468 Walter Reece Berryhill 
473 Roy Walter Holsten 

500 Henry Parker Brandis, Jr. 



9fe VALKX 






OFFICERS -i^^B^M- 


SUSAN FINK, President JANE COCKE, Secretary 


SARA ALICE JACKSON, Vice-President DONNA ASHCRAFT, Treasurer 


SALLY FOLGER, Corresponding Secretary 


MEMBERS 


Peggy Ballard Callie Mitchell 


Ann Cooper Joan Purser 


Susie Roberts ^^^K 



i;i)e (0rber of fte d^lb l^ell 



OFFICERS 

Edgar Woodfin McCurry, Jr President 

Charles J. Katzensfein, Jr Vice-President 

Susan Boles Fink Secretary-Treasurer 

Dr. Ernest Lloyd Mackie Recorder 

CHARTER MEMBERS 

1 William Donald Cormichael, III 

2 William Robert Coulter 

3 Jesse Henry Dedmond 

4 Peter Harry Gems 

5 Samuel Hirsch 

6 Charles Louis Johnston, Jr. 

7 Allard Kenneth Lowenstein 

8 William Ernest Mackie 

9 Basil Lamar Sherrill 

10 Donald Gray Shropshire 

1 1 Leonard Adolph Szafaryn 

12 Dr. Samuel Thomas Emory 

13 Dr. Ernest Lloyd Mackie 

14 Dr. William Smith Wells 

INITIATES OF MAY 10, 1955 

435 Robert Davis Aldridge 

436 Shelton Setzer Alexander 

437 Clinton Toms Andrews, Jr. 

438 Richard Henry Baker, Jr. 

439 Robert C. Barlowe 

440 Eula Louise Baumann 

441 Barbara F. Beasley 

442 Thomas S. Bennett 

443 Sonia Carolyn Bergan 

444 Beverly Blemker 

445 Donna L. Blair Booe 

446 Lewis Shore Brumfield 

447 Carroll Butts 

448 Eugene R. Buyer 

449 Jerry Austin Campbell 

450 Joyce Carter 

451 Louise Inman Coffey 

452 Thomas Claiborne Creasy, Jr. 

453 Max Henry Crohn, Jr. 

454 James Garland Crouch, Jr. 

455 Charlie Louis Dean, Jr. 

456 Babbie Jane Dilorio 

457 Carol Louise DuPler 

458 Dorothy Ann Figel 

459 Susan Boles Fink 

460 Millard James Fountain 

461 Donald Owen Fowler 

462 Betsy Lynn Goodwin 

463 Connie Mock Grovitte 

464 Gladys Bernard Hatcher 

465 Anne C. Hebert 

466 Hugh Scott Hester 

467 Anne Louise Huffman 

468 Charles Fisk Hyatt 

469 Henry H. Isaacson 




EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

The Officers 
and 
Manning Muntzing 
John Shorter Stevens 
Beverly Raney Webb 
Alternates: 

Richard Henry Baker, Jr. 
Lewis Shore Brumfield 
Stephen Charles Morcinko 

INITIATES OF MAY 10, 1955 

470 Lucia Porcher Johnson 

471 Ralph Martin Jordan 

472 Charles J. Kotzenstein, Jr. 

473 Charles Kuralt 

474 Joan Carol Leonard 

475 Ron Frank Levin 

476 Robert Polk Linker 

477 Albert Anderson Long, Jr. 

478 William Ray Long 

479 Stephen Chorles Morcinko 

480 JohnW. Markham, III 

481 Jacqueline McCarthy 

482 Edgar Woodfin McCurry, Jr. 

483 Baxter Mclntyre 

484 Manning Muntzing 

485 Edward Holder Nelson 

486 Margaret Mathilda Nieter 

487 Elsie Jane Peterson 

488 Harriet Amelia Parrish 

489 Janet Moore Poole 

490 Ann Pooley 

491 Kenneth Melvin Pruitt 

492 David Edward Reid, Jr. 

493 Graham Henry Rights 

494 Joke Hertel Rountree, Jr. 

495 William Eugene Sanders 

496 Joan Freeman Sosser 

497 Eleanor Ann Saunders 

498 Barbara Perry Smith 

499 Sherwood Hubbard Smith, Jr. 

500 Geroldine Snider 

501 Edna Jacqueline Steed 

502 John Shorter Stevens 

503 Coralie Strickland 

504 Joane Graham Tannehill 

505 Luanne Ellen Thornton 

506 F. Kendrick Townsend 

507 Stephen Asbury Trimble 

508 Clyde Gilbert Tweed 

509 Perry Burt Veazcy 

510 Kenneth Martin Venable 

511 J. William Venable 

512 Bobbie Walker 

513 Richard Beverly Raney Webb 

514 R. Carol Webster 

515 Deborah Westcott 

516 Nancy Jane Whisnont 

517 David Louis Whitoker 



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OFFICERS 
EDGAR WOODFIN McCURRY, JR. . 
LUTHER HARTWELL HODGES, JR. 
GILBERT GRAY RAGLAN D . . 
JAMES GOODEN EXUM, JR. . 



. . . Exchequer 
. Vice-Exchequer 



SIR KNIGHTS 



Kenneth Ray Argo 
Richard Henry Baker, Jr. 
Lewis Shore Brumfield 
James Gooden Exum, Jr. 
Donald Owen Fowler 
Don Weng Geiger 
Luther Hartwell Hodges, Jr. 
Raymond Lewis Jefferies 
Edgar Woodf in McCurry, Jr. 
John Grimes Medlin 



Lewis Manning Muntzing 
Roland Powell Perdue 
Claude Edwin Pope, III 
Gilbert Gray Ragland 
Graham Henry Rights 
Hudson Wilson Shoulars 
John Shorter Stevens 
James Reginald Turner 
Perry Burt Veazey 
Richard Beverley Raney Webb 



Robert Terry Young 



PHI BETA KAPPA 



Executive Committee 

Co-Presidents 

Robert Stanford Pullman Raymond Fletcher Snipes 

Chorles Leeds Sharpless, Jr Vice-President 

Richard Henry Baker, Jr Recording Secretary 

Dr. Ernest Lloyd Mackie Corresponding Secretary-Treosurer 

Chancellor R. B. House Dr. A. C. Howell 

Dean C. P. Spruill 



Members Initiated May 12, 1955 



Juniors 



Shelton Setzer Alexander, Richard Henry Baker, Jr., Calvin 
Warner Bell, Michael Lynn Boyatt, Henry Hursell Dearman, 
John Allen Edgerton, Marion Tull Edwards, Charles Patterson 
Eldridge, Jr., Susan Boles Fink, William M. Ginn, Jr., Glenn 
Edgar Hair, James Robinson Harper, Wade Whitley Harrell, 
Josephine Christison Hunter, Eric Andrew Jonas, Morris Alex- 
ander Jones, Jr., Robert Theodore Joyce, Charles Jackson Kat- 
zenstein, Jr., Louis Kroar, Lutz Leo Mayer, Kenneth Franklin 
McCain, Ronald Clarke Morgan, Stephen Andrew Moss, Lewis 
Manning Muntzing, Edward Holder Nelson, James Edward 
Owen, Philip Eugene Penniger, Edward Lex Potter, Robert 
Stanford Pullman, Alexander Graham Ray, James Reginald 
Turner, Graham Henry Rights, Sherwood Hubbard Smith, Jr., 
Raymond Fletcher Snipes, John Shorter Stevens, Alexander 
Graham Shanks, Charles Leeds Sharpless, George Thomas Strick- 
land, Jr., John Keyser Tice, John Horgett Thompson, Clyde 
Gilbert Tweed, Richard Beverly Raney Webb, Grady Lee Wells, 
Herbert Stephenson Wentz, David Louis Whitaker, Joseph 
Theodore White, Edwin Milton Yoder. 



o 



Founded at the College of William and Mary 



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Alpha Chapter of North Carolina 




Seniors 

Betty Riddle Barnhill, Flora Barbara Beosley, William Robert 
Beckman, Eliska Lowbeerova Chanlett, Joanne Christian, Char- 
lotte Hollingsworth Clement, Carol Louise Dupler, John Bynum 
Easley, Emily Cooper Finch, Betsy Lynn Goodwin, John Minor 
Gwynn, Jr., Gladys Bernard Hatcher Healy, Anne Chewning 
Hebert, Lucia Porcher Johnson, Chester Eugene Lewis, Richard 
Milton McKenna, Donna Joan Metz, Velio Norman, Bobby Joe 
Patterson, William Burt Phillips, Jr., Dulon Devon Pollard, Ann 
Pooley, Janet Moore Poole, Herbert Wallace Roberts, Joan 
Freeman Sosser, Eleanor Ann Saunders, Joane Graham Tonne- 
hill, Luanne Ellen Thornton, Florence Kendrick Townsend, Sarah 
Page Weaver, Deborah Westcott, Coleman Whitlock, Jr., Thomas 
Ewing Wilgus, Edward Parker Willey, Charles Hill Yarborough, Jr. 



Members Initiated December 5, 1955 

Wilbert Francis Altemueller, Norman Carroll Armstrong, Harold 
Way Austin, David Bielawski, Jason Block, Ralph Edmond 
Bronscomb, Leonard Stanley Clein, Luke Robinson Corbett, 
Richard Joseph Corcoran, Jr., Mary Virginia Currin, Gerald 
Routh Daughtridge, Babbie Jane Dilorio, Thomas Perrin Harri- 
son Dunlop, Joshua Videll Edwards, James Milton Ellis, Randall 
Turlington Ferguson, Amy Lucille Fisher, Anne Mackie Fitz- 
gibbon, Fred Austin Fraley, Irving Templeman Glover, Gordon 
Bradford Hall, Jr., Palphine Hartman, Earl Leiand Haywood, 
Richard Hunter Haywood, Billy Harvey Herring, George Wyck- 
hffe Hoffler, David Lee Kelly, Jr., Edward Fisher Krik, Melvin 
Litch, Jr., Edward Castello Loughlin, Daniel Rawls Luke, Billy 
Frank Maready, Morris Edward McCrory, Jr., Susan Jane Mc- 
Lomb, David Campbell Myers, Jr., Kincaid Patterson, Richard 
Claybourne Phillips, Martha Warren Pierpont, Aline Scarborough 
Poole, William Rovert Proffit, Bobby Lewis Pugh, Vade G. 
Rhoodes, Ted Lee Rosenthal, Barbara Ann Short, Mary Frances 
Skillen, Barbara Ann Strickland, Alexandra Louise Thacker, 
Elizabeth Crockett Thomas, Jo Ellen Wade, James Newman 
Willis, III, Robert Gaines Wilson, Fronk Ogburn Yates, Jr. 



December 5, 1776 



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Charles Vawter Tompkins, Jr President 

Archibald Kelly Maness, Jr Vice-President 

John Curtis Parker Secretary 

Thomas Hugh Upton, Jr Treasurer 

Graham Davis Holding, Jr Historian 

Dean Ernest L, Mackie Faculty Advisor 



PHI ETA SIGMA 



Phi Eta Sigma is a freshman honorary scholastic fraternity, its purpose being to encourage sound scholar- 
ship from the beginning of the students' college career. It was founded at the University of Illinois on March 
22, 1923 There ore now eighty-five chapters; the University of North Carolina chapter was established on 
May 29, 1947. 



HONORARY MEMBERS 

Dean Corydon P, Spruill Dean Cecil Johnson 

Dean M. A. Hill, Jr. Dean Ernest L. Mackie 



® 



H 



^ 



MEMBERS INITIATED 

Robert Johnson Allison 
Charles Hall Ashford, Jr. 
Larie Kent Brandner 
Thomas Skinner Brickhouse 
Joseph Mark Clapp 
Daniel Eason Clark 
Charles Reuben Daniel 
Eli Nachamson Evans 
Joel Fleishman 
Norman Anthony Germino 
William London Godwin 
Irvine Reid Stirling Haig 
James Geraty Harrison, Jr 
Nathan Hoult Hort 
Graham Davis Holding, Jr. 
William Holmes Johnson 
Elbert Richard Jones, Jr. 
Roger Conrad Jones 
Archibald Kelly Maness, Jr. 
Don Harold Miller 
Richard Wylly Molten 
John Agust Mraz 
Charles Walker Oyer 



MARCH 21, 1955 

Michael Joseph Padula 
John Curtis Parker 
Malcolm Overstreet Partin 
Jasper Louis Phillips 
Carl Glenn Pickard, Jr. 
James Young Preston 
Hoyle Lynwood Robinson 
Edward Chodwick Ross 
John Loesch Schultz 
Leslie Andrew Scott 
Lonnie George Stephenson 
William Ernest Stewart 
Thomas Cullom Taylor 
Charles Vawter Tompkins, Jr. 
Stephen Jay Trachtenberg 
Henry Catlett Turner 
Thomas Hugh Upton, Jr. 
Donald Wayne Wade 
John Luther Walker, Jr. 
Roy William Wilson 
Robert Kluttz Yowell 
John Hilliard Zollicoffer, Jr. 



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FACULTY 

J. C. D. Blaine 

D. D Carroll 
J. E, Dykstra 
W. J. Graham 
P. N. Guthrie 

R J. M. Hobbs 
C A Kirkpatrick 
H Q Langenderfer 
C. S. Logsdon 
C. H. McGregor 
J. T. O'Neil 

E. E. Peacock 
A. W. Pierpont 
G. T, Schwenning 
W. A. Terrill 

A. M Whitehill, Jr. 
H. D. Wolf 

STUDENTS 

Harold Way Austin 
Leonard Stanley Clein 
Randall Turlington Ferguson 
Richard Hunter Haywood 
David C. Myers, Jr. 
Phil E Penninger 
Bobby Lewis Pugh 




BETA GAMMA SIGMA 



Honorary Business Administration Fraternity 
Alpha Chapter of North Carolina 

A W, Pierpont Honorary President 

R. H. Haywood President 

A. M. Whitehill, Jr. Secretary 

B. L. Pugh Treasurer 



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Alpha Epsilon Delta is a national honor society for pre-medical 
students Founded at the University of Alabama, April 28, 
1926, there are about 7,400 members in 47 active chapters 
at schools throughout the United States. The North Carolina 



ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 




Beta Chapter was founded at the University of North Carolina 
on March 25, 1936 The object of the Society is to encourage 
excellence in pre-medical scholarship, to stimulate an appreci- 
ation of the importance of pre-medical education in the study 
of medicine, to promote cooperation and contacts between 
medical and pre-medical students and educators in developing 
an adequate program of pre-medical education, and to bind 
together similarly interested students. 




First Row: Robert Bowers, Williom Brown, John Curtis, Thomos Fox, Richord Hines, 
Elwood Morgon, President. Second Row Cecil Nevill, Robert Richardson, Willis Riddick, 
Treasurer; Richord Shermer, Ferrell Shuford, Arvid Sieber. Third Row Lourie Smith, 
Thomas Stricklond, Edword Sutton, Joshua Toyloe, Burt Veoiey, Thomas Willitord, 

Vice-President. 



First Row Harold Austin, Julius Bonzet, Thomas Bolkan, George Bryce, James 
Chomblee, Glenn Daughtridge. Second Row: Ronnie Fair, Jacl( Godley, Bill Herring, 
Vice-President William Jones, Harvey Jones, Charles Katzenstein, John Molter, Presi- 
dent Third Row: Troy Page, Richard Phillips, Arthur Selby, Henry Smith, Donald 
Starling, Treasurer; Bennett Thomas, Recording Secretary; Thomas Waters. 




Alpha Phi Omega is founded upon the principles of leadership, 
friendship, and service. It is dedicated to serving the student 
body, faculty and administration, community, and nation, 
through worthwhile service projects. The group is composed 
of college men with previous scouting experience, and tries, 
along with its 276 brother chapters to fulfill scouting's goal 
of service to others Among Rho Chapter's many annual 
projects are a special Parents' Day, a guide service for groups 
visiting the campus, ushering at student entertainment func- 




ALPHA PHI OMEGA 

tions, operating the APO book exchange, work on the 
University's recreation area at Buggs Islond, and assisting 
handicapped students. 



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Seated: Charles Wimbish, Fritz Johnson, Vice 
President; Oscar Eckhoff, Robert Fleming, 
Shelton Alexander, Secretary-Treasurer; Paul 
DePaulis. Standing Paul Lovingood, Boyd New- 
nam. Dr. W. H. Wheeler, Wesley Batten, Colin 
McMillan, Robert Cole, President; Allan Hills. 




SIGMA GAMMA EPSILON 

Sigma Gamma Epsilon is a national honorary fraternity of men of the 
Earth Sciences. Alpha Alpha Chapter was established at the University 
of North Carolina, April 3, 1931. The object of the fraternity is the 
advancement of students of the Earth Sciences. It also seeks to enhance 
student-faculty relations and to provide speakers and programs of 
interest ^or its members and others interested in the Earth Sciences. 




KAPPA 
EPSILON 



Kappa Epsilon, honorary pharmaceutical fraternity was 
founded nationally in 1921 at the State University of 
Iowa Lambda Chapter was founded locally in 1941. The 
purposes of the fraternity are to stimulate in its members 
desire for high scholarship; to foster a professional 
consciousness and to provide a bond of lasting loyalty, 
interest and friendship. 




First Row; Ernestine Baker, President; Loretta 
Barefoot, Secretory-Treasurer. Second Row; 
Peggy Chondler, Vice-President; Ellyn Gardner. 
Third Row: Saro Jackson, Loretta Johnson. 
Fourth! Row Geroldine Keenum, Janice Pipes. 
Fifthi Row Sue Sheek, Nancy Woodord. 




Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia was founded at the New England Con- 
servatory of Music, in 1898. Its aims are to advocate the cause of 
music in America and to foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood 
of students of music. 

Alpha Rho Chapter, founded locally in 1926, takes an active 
part in the furtherance of musical activities at the University Each 
year the chapter presents a concert devoted to the performance of 
works by American composers and frequently including composi- 
tions by members of the fraternity. Whenever possible, Phi Mu 
Alpha brings to the campus well-known guest artists. 



PHI MU ALPHA 




First Row: Dole Glover, Byron Freemar 
Don Jefferson, John Mortin. Second Row 
Harvey Miller, Davis Reece, Jimmy Roger 
Harry Summerlin. 



Guyte M. Cotton President 

George A. Thomas Vice-President 

John W. Martin Recording Secretary 

Jimmy R. Rogers Corresponding Secretary 

Donald E. Jefferson Treasurer 



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Stephen C Morris Worthy Chief Counselor 

Fred L. Sherrill, Jr. Worthy Vice Counselor 

Gene R Dutton Worthy Keeper of Records and Sales 

Charles P Copses Worthy Keeper of Finance 

Arthur P. Schlagel Worthy Master at Arms 

Melvin Kendrick Worthy Inner Guard 

Marcus Cameron Worthy Prelate 

Phi Delta Chi is a professional pharmaceutical fraternity, 
founded to advance pharmacy and its allied interests. Alpha 
Gamma Chapter was established locally on May 30, 1923. 
Phi Delta Chi is on active organization in the School of Phar- 
macy, proud of the high ideals and obligations of on old and 
honored profession. A great homecoming weekend, the Christ- 
mas party, P DC. weekend, and Pharmacy weekend were 
a few of the activities we enjoyed. 




PHI DELTA CHI 




John Barringer, Dean Butler, Gene Butler, Marcus Cameron, 
Lcc Carter, Chuck Copses, Ben Courts. Second Row William Dowkins, 
James Fulton, Gene Dutton, Jim Inabinet, Duke James, Melvin Kendrick, 
Williom McDonold. Third Row: Carl Meroney, Stephen Morris, James 
O'Daniel, Jim Prevo, Arthur Schlagel, Fred Sherrill, Lorry Snider. 



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RMPHOTEROTHEN SOCIETY 




Lewis Brumfield 






Tom Lambeth 


Norwood Bryan 






Larry McElroy 


John Curtis 






Jim Monteith 


Jim Exum 






Dave Reid 


Bob Harrington 






Jim Turner 


Charlie Katzenstein 






Bev Webb 




Stan 


Shaw, 


F. 



UNDERGRADUATES 

Zeb Thomas Keever, President 
Roger H. Sloop 

FACULTY 

Dr. John Andrako 
Dr. E. A. Brecht 
Dr. W. H. Hartung 
Dr. Fred Semenuik 
Dr H. O. Thompson 
W. W. Taylor 



GRADUATES 

Nicholas Batuyios 
Earl T. Brown 
George Cocolas 
Benjamin Cooper 
Dominick Coviello 
Cosmo Di Fazio 
F. C. Hammerness 
Irwin Honigberg 
Robert Meschke 




W 



RHO CHI 



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Members of Pi Delta Phi enjoyed the fall initiation banquet held at the Wishing Well. Dr 
Alain LeSoge spoke to the Society about medical training in France. 




PI DELTA PHI 




Ted Lee Rosenthal President 

Sam J. Duncan Vice-President 

Anne Wrenn Secretary 

Dorothy Garabaldi Treasurer 

Mrs. Charlotte V. Huse Social Coordinator 

Pi Delta Phi was founded in 1906 to expand interest in France and 
her civilization throughout the United States, and to recognize 
excellence among students and teachers of French language and 
literature. It offers its members an opportunity to communicate in 
French, presents addresses relating to French culture, and sponsors 
productions of French esthetic endeavor in Chapel Hill Beta Alpha 
Chapter at the University of North Carolina was established in 
February, 1952. 



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Jake Wade, Jr President 

John Tapley Vice-President 

Henry Connely Secretary 

Bradley Cameron Treasurer 

Richard Thigpen Tribune 



DELTA THETA PHI 



Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity was established in 1913 after duly 
appointed representatives of three existing fraternities had met in 
Chicago and adopted the constitution and ritual under the name of 
Delta Theta Phi. The first petition for a charter was made by a group 
of students at Atlanta Low School. They were installed as Wayne Senate 
in 1914. From this beginning, the fraternity has now reached a total 
of 82 active student senates, more than any other law fraternity. Also, 
in its 39 active alumni senates, it boasts the largest active alumni 
membership of any legal fraternity. The primary goal of the fraternity 
is the encouragement of high scholarship and legal learning. The motto 
of Delta Theta Phi is: "Our record is our proudest monument." 




First Row: Alexander Barnes, William 
Jones. Second Row: Grover Lee, Cha 
James Roberts. Third Row William R 
Richord Thigpen. Fourth Row: Willio 



;s Melvin, Thomas 
ise, Stephen Royste 
Thompson, Dougli 



chs, Richard Fountain, Wade Hall, 
Murdock, John Ogburn, William Osteen, 
r, John Rush, Charles Small, John Tapley, 
IS Tice, Jesse Warren, Henry Whitesides. 



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PHI ALPHA DELTA 




Horace Stacy Justice 

William Brewer Vice-Justice 

I. B. Hudson Clerk 

Bobby G. Byrd Treasurer 

George Ferguson Marshal 

M. T. Van Hecke Faculty Advisor 



Phi Alpha Delta Low Fraternity has consistently been a leader as 
a growing legal profession attempts to forward and maintain its 
ideals and services. Organized in 1921, it has strived to improve 
professional standards and services. Unique in that it was nurtured 
to support a legal controversy, it has grown into an organization of 
72 chapters. Locally, Ruffin Chapter carries on a combined social- 
professional program highlighted by an annual Mock Trial, pre- 
sided over by a member of the State Bench. 




First Row Stephen Agapion, Warren Blair, Willram Brewer, Bobby Byrd, Jerry Campbell, 
Kent Coward, Fred Darlington, Hebert Folk. Second Row George Ferguson, Henry Fowler 
Jordan Frossineti, Maitland Freed, Paul Holt, I. B. Hudson, Thomas Johnston, Don Lotto 
Third Row Andrew McDoniel, Gerald Parker, Armisteod Sopp, Charles Shaw, Horace Stacy, 
Lewis Wotts, Robert Winters, William Zuckerman. 



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First Row: Jomes Alspaugh, Richmond Bernhardt, Spencer Bloylock, Solomon Cherry, Edward 
Clement, David Clinard, David Cockman. Second Row James Crews, Arthur DeBerry, John Duke, 
John Eller, Andre Evons, William Graham, Paul Guthery. Third Row: Thomas Harrington, Frank 
Holroyd, Hamilton Morton, Walter Morton, Hilton Hudson, Ted Leonard, Robert Millmon. Fourth 
Row: Lewis Porham, John Rendlemon, Dean Rich, Robert Sapp, Eugene Shaw, William Skinner, 
Charles White. 




kASPlJ 



William P. Skinner, Jr. Magister 

Walter L. Horton, Jr Exchequer 

Paul B. Guthery, Jr Clerk 

Hamilton C. Horton, Jr. Historian 

The International Legal Fraternity, Phi Delta Phi, founded nationally 
in 1869 and locally in 1919, is the oldest professional fraternity in 
the United States. Among its brothers are outstanding members of 
the bench and bar; its aim is to promote higher standards of pro- 
fessional ethics and culture. This year's program of activities included 
speakers' banquets, a service program, the annual initiation with the 
other two state chapters before the Supreme Court in Raleigh, and 
lighter moments with guests and alumni. 



PHI DELTA PHI 




i 




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Kennevh R Argo President 

Archie D. Christopher Vice-President 

James H. McCorkle Secretary 

Bobby L Pugh Treasurer 

L. R Jordan Division Counsellor 

Issac Reynolds Deputy Counsellor 

Dr. Willard J Graham Faculty Advisor 




First Row Kenneth Argo, Walter Blowe, Loren Brandt, Henry Brooks, Archie Christopher, Wil- 
liam Crabtree. Second Row Charles Davis, Richord Haywood, John Hunsucker, Richard Jones, 
Robert Joyce, William King. Third Row Williom Lottin, Dovid McClure, James McCorkle, Wil- 
liam Moson, James Morrow, Santord Morton. Fourth Row Willie Mumford, Thurman Nail, Glen 
Nanney, Billy Oakley, Bobby Pugh, Patrick Raiford. Fifth Row Ralph Robinson, James Spencer, 
William Spencer, Jimmy Tesh, Larry Thames, Andy Vero. Sixth Row: William Warrick, Bill 
Woosley. 



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FALL PLEDGE CLASS 
First Row; White, Woodford, B. R. Rotledge, Patterson. Second Row: Turner, Skidmo 
B. J. Rotledge, Carlisle, High, Timberlake. Third Row Smith, Berry, Brown, Setz 
Baggett, Shankle. Fourth Row Gilliland, Bryan, Frye, Smoot, Cable, Moore. 





Alpha Kappa Psi . , . founded on October 5, 1904, at New 
York University ... is the first and oldest commerce fraternity 
in the United States. Our Chapter, Alpha Tau, was first in- 
stalled at Carolina on February 18, 1925; and being dormant 
since 1933, was reactivated on November 7, 1948. For four 
years Alpha Tau has been one of the ten highest ranked 
chapters in the nation. 

We organize and participate in professional seminars, career 
conferences, business exhibits, and inspection tours of leading 
industries. In addition, we sponsor outstanding speakers of 
the business world. 

Our task in Alpha Kappa Psi is to further the individual wel- 
fare of each member through our mutual helpfulness and 
common interest in the areas of business administration. We 
meet not only for professional advancement, but for social 
advancement as well. Both give us a more definite and exact 
perception of the future. 




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News from 21 1 Pittsboro St.!' . . . Man, if it's news we got it. . . . What a year, with all those 
"tipsy" weekends. . . . What about it, Sam^ . . . Sure lost a lot of pins this year. . . . Must have 
been open season on Delta Sigs. . . . All those "old" married men. . . . Swimming at Granny's 
last summer. . . . Did the swimming take place in water or watermelon^ . . . "Squire" Myers back 
in the house. . . . Brillo and Squire down at Pop's. . . . Open house after football games with 
"Hoss" running wild. . . . Big party with Charlotte Alumni before and after Oklahoma game. . . . 
"Sparky" sleeping every Monday, wonder why? . , . Phil a Phi Bete. . . . Can't beat those scholars. 
. . . Willie "the Rose" . . . Lt. Col. Fryar rolling over Miami. . . . What's that about firecrackers, 
Brillo? . . . Milt and Skimp of T and C. . . . The "Kid" setting records with Vick Chemical. . . . 
"Money-Bogs" Sides is still collecting, men. . . . What about my tax return, Blue^ . . . "Smiley" 
Ashford alias Laughing Boy. . , . Who turned the heat up, J.B.? . . . How about that field trip to 
Western North Carolina?* . . . Good luck to all our brothers who are leaving us this year. All of us 
wish you luck. . . . 



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FALL PLEDGE CLASS 

irst Row: Murphy, Guthrie, Carley, Boese, 
Joss, Alford. Second Row: Thomas, Hooten, 
Jonce, Settlemayre. Third Row: Stems, 
Aankins, Jordan, Wilson, Pope, Bunch. 



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First Row Ben Alexander, John Andrews, Bill Boily, Harold Ball, Charlie Borger, 
Woody Beole, James Bolton. Second Row Woyne Buie, Ernest Corroway, Bob Colemon 
L. B. Doyle, Dallas Evans, Tommy Froley, Pete Freeman. Third Row Wiley HarrelL 
Jerry Harrington, Hugh Hinton, Byron Huckaby, Van King, Regent Bill Leonard, 
Frank Lowder, Treasurer Fourth Row Elmo McCorkle, Joe Marley, Bill Mast, Donold 
Miller, Vice-Regent, Seth Miller, Russell Mitchell, Tim Owens. Fifth Row Fred Phifer 
Lionel Perkins, Secretary; Woyne Polk, George Revelle, Stuort Rollins, Joe Smith' 
Julian Upchr— *- 




KAPPA PSI 



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FALL PLEDGE CLASS 
First Row George, Harrison, Cromley, Williams, Montgomery, Neal, 
Maldin. Second Row: Harrell, Stoots, Larsen, Cooper, Jones, Whitehurst, 
Leory, Haithcock. Third Row; Elkins, McNeil, Leotherwood, Adams, 
Vester, Lazarus, Boyd, Wright. Fourth Row: Allen, Williams, Gritfin, 
Thomas, Wamble, Dillord, Dean, Dunn. 




As the old saying goes — 'The troops hove returned!' Big Ben, 
Triple Treat Freeman, Corraway, and Elmo kick off year with 
their combo. . . . Lewder in charge of flight duty . . . Mast busted 
to civilian. . . Animal finds new friend in 'Yellow Rose of Texas!' 
. . . Buie, Huck, Evans, and the 'quiet man' take over backfield 
for the K.P. Tigers, . . , Big Russ returns from visit with uncle. . . . 
Little Sir Gung Ho, and Cisco start drilling for quizzes. . . . Coleman, 
Andrews, and Winstead, henpecked again, . . , Fraley, Henton, 
Bailey, Morley, and 'little Miller' sweat plant quizzes, . . . Tim and 
Boll find nurses. . . . Beale and Revelle teach pledges to spell 
hometown name. . . . Arena finally makes it. . . . Barwick finally 
has front door fixed. . . Wiley still planning big one. . . . Byron, 
Johnny, studying fools. . . V.K, takes longest walk. . . . Leonard 
has another queen. . . . McGinnis rejoins troops, , , , Perkins still 
dateless, , , , Where is your other Chevy, Smith?' , , , C, Williams 
still sock hound, , , , Miller pushes pills for Suttons, , , , Polk, the 
Marshville flash returns to the kitchen, , , , Rollins still silent, , , , 
Upchurch-FREE and 22, , , , Pledge party, , , , Bothers on TV, 
. , , Pharmacy Weekend , , , Homecoming , , , Open House 
. . , Graduation . , , State Board . . . 





First Row: Fronk Rankin, Vice-President; 
Dovid McClure, President- Second Row; 
Morris McCrary, Corresponding Sec'y; 
Thomas Williams, Treasurer; James Alex- 
onder, Recording Sec'y. 



MASTER OF 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
CLUB 



First Row: Maurice Boutelle, James Canter, Richard Morgon, Andrew Vero, 

Robert Colbert. Second Row Allen Vance, James Smith, Doyle Biggerstott, 

John Warrick, Tom Winborne, Horvey Mann. Ttiird Row: Woylond Craven, Elton 

Griffin, Joseph Brooks, Curtis Wick, William Poindexter, Morris Hogan, Robert 
McBane 




The Master of Business Administration Club was organized in 1953 in an 
effort to maintain the spirit which developed among former candidates. 
Objectives of the club include promotion of better student-faculty relation- 
ships, coordination of the academic program with actual business situations 
and problems, emphasis of the public and social responsibilities of business- 
men, and development of an active alumni association. Some activities are 
social gatherings with faculty members, publication of alumni newsletter, and 
sponsoring of addresses by business and educational leaders. 



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CAUGHT IN 
THE ACT! 



"Wait — I'm not ready already!" 






MARCH 



The largest percentage of students in the 

history of campus elections turned out 

to vote this year 



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Fraternity pledge classes enter into friendly com 
petition during the annual Greek Week Field Day. 



Won't thot Deke ever get here?" 





The Student Body 



Carolina students have long been proud of their 
Student Government. The Di and Phi Societies on 
our campus started the basic framework on which 
our present system has been built. A Student 
Council was formed and finally, in 1947, our 
present constitution was adopted Student Gov- 
ernment has rapidly progressed and now enjoys 
the respect and confidence of students, faculty 
and administration. Student Government is de- 
signed to give students more responsibility and 
to allow them to solve many of their own prob- 
lems Some of the chief functions of student 
officers have been the orientation of new stu- 
dents, the management of student fees, and the 
enforcement of the Honor System and Campus 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT 




Members of the President's Cabinet are, 
seated, Jack Stevens, Bob Harrington, 
Diane Roane, Jim Martin, Joan Palmer, Jim 
Monteith, Dave Reid. Standing, Juan West, 
Bill Formyduvall, Dove Liebman, Bill 
Sonders, Ed McCurry, John Medlin, and 
Howie Reece. 



Code. Student Government sponsored this year 
the Carolina Symposium for Public Affairs, a 
group which presented a week-long series of well- 
known figures who spoke on topics of regional, 
national and international interests. Included 
were such outstanding personalities as General 
Carlos Romulo of the Philippine Islands; Dr. 
Ralph Bunche, well-known United Nations mod- 
erator; and former UNC President Dr. Frank 
Porter Graham. This group gtew out of the old 
Institute of Human Relations, which died during 
the Second World War. The program, headed by 
Manning Munvzing, was considered by many to 
be the most successful function of Student Gov- 
ernment in 1955-56. 



Jim Mortin 

Treasurer 



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ck Stevens 

^-President 




Oavid Reid 

Attorney General 





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Committee Heads of Student Government ore, seated, Gil Rogland, Koson Keiger, Jerry Martin, Bill Wible, 
Sam Wells, Layton McCurdy, Sara Alice Jackson, and Ed Sutton. Standing, Bill McLean, Dorwin Bell, 
Benny Huffmon, Jim Mortin, Grohom Shonks, Luther Hodges, Buddy Lowing, ond Burt Veozey. 





Jock Stev 

Speaker 



STUDENT 



The Student Legislature, founded in 1 938, continues 
to be the supreme legislative branch of Student 
Government. With very few exceptions all rules that 
govern students of the University of North Carolina 
originate in and are passed by the Student Legisla- 
ture. Well over one hundred thousand dollars of 
student fees are appropriated to various organiza- 
tions and student publications each year, and the 
control of hundreds of campus activities is vested 
in fifty legislators. The campus is divided into ten 
districts — five dormitory and three town districts 
for men, and one dormitory and one town district 
for women. 




Jim Monteith 

Speaker Pro Tempore 



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Jerry Martin 

Sergeant-at-Arms 





Larry McElroy 

Porliamenlanai 



The Legislature is presided over by the Vice - 
President of the Student Body who acts as speaker. 
Various standing committees are appointed from 
the membership of the Legislature to do much of 
the p-eliminary work involved. These include the 
Budget Committee, Ways and Means Committee 
and the Rules Committee. 

The University of North Carolina Student Legisla- 
ture accomplished several important legislative 



LEGISLATURE 



changes this year, including the creation of a Bi- 
partisan Selections Board which selects candidates 
to run for the editorship of the Daily Tar Heel in 

the spring elections. 

Officers for the 1955-56 session of Student Legis- 
lature included Jack Stevens, Speaker; Jim Mon- 
teith. Speaker Pro Tempore; Nan Bro/vn, Clerk; 
Larry McElroy, Parliamentarian; and Jerry Martin, 
Sergeant-at-Arms. 




President of the Student Body Don Fowler delivered the 
of the Campus address to the members of legislature 



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Look, Mo! I'm Audie Murphy! 



Do you use a man s deodorant 






CAUGHT IN 
THE ACT! 



And this little piggie got loid! 



Let's play silly adult ga 




A thing of beauty is a joy forever 




Low hurdlers Bob Wilson, Claude Rhuh 
ond Charles Scott. 



Four of Corolino's top 

field events men, 

Jones, Morcinko, 

Bilich, and Maslow. 



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Coach Dale Ranson's track team had one of its 
greatest years at Carolina in 1954-55. The Tar 
Heels swept both the Indoor and Outdoor Atlantic 
Coast Conference championships, dethroning Mary- 



star miler Bob Borden congratulates Roger 
Morris on winning the E. J. Evans Award. 




Carolina's two mile relay team of Newnom, 
Nanny, Borden, and Beotty works out in prepara- 
tion for the ACC championship meet. 



Larry McMullen, Jim Bynum, Ed Sutton, 
and Don Mitchell line up tor a practice 
sprint. 



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Chorlie Yarborough checks his pole vaulting grip as 
Richord Waters and Ken Bryant look on. 






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The one mile relay team. Booth, Ne 
din, and Wright work out. 



land who had won both crowns the previous year. 
The Carolina team won seven end lost none in 
seven dual meets. Six of these meets were with con- 
ference opponents, while Princeton was the lone 
outsider which the Tar Heels met and defeated 

Sophomore star Jim Beatty led the Tar Heel run- 
ners, as he received the Weil Trophy for winning 
the mile run in the Indoor Games, at which he also 
won the two mile run. In addition, Beatty won the 
two mile run at the Penn relays and finished second 
in the NCAA meet at Los Angeles. 

Roger Morris led the Carolina team in field events. 
Morris received the E. J. Evans Award given to the 
senior trackman most outstanding in performances 
and sportsmanship. 

Other Tar Heel standouts were Richard Waters 
and Charlie Yarborough, who tied for first place in 
the outdoor pole vaulting championship. Bob Bar- 
den, Roland Perdue, Boyd Newnam, and Ed Sutton 
were also top notch performers. 

Coaches Dale Ranson and Joe Hilton deserve great 
credit for this fine Tar Heel showing — their recruit- 
ing and training programs were in a large way 
responsible for Carolina's double title win. 



■irst Row: Marcinko, 
i^itcliell, Bryant, Moslow, 
/lorris, Borden, Waters, 
rarborough, Newnam, 
.elf, monoger. Second 
Sow: Coach Hilton, 
Iryont, Sutton, Green, 
icott, Rhule, Booth, 
AacFoddin, Wright, 
Janny, Wilson, Beatty, 
:oach Ronson. Third 
!ow Joyner, McMullen, 
lynum. Griffin, Thames, 
lernhordt, Ray, Hester, 
Vhiteheod, Jones, Bilich, 
Veil. 




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A crossword puzzle and o pretty girl help 
while away o class-free hour 





V I NEVER / -. 
H^VE WITT/ y ; 
REPARTEE READ/ 
PiS^EMlNATE- 





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Associate Editors talking over preliminary plons 
for the first issue are Dot Coplon, Assistant 
Editor; Lucy Vosh, Book Review Editor; Rafph 
Dennis, Poetry Editor; Blevyn Hothcock, Fiction 
Editor; Jim Bullitt, Business Monoger; Bill 
Scarborough, Editor. 



The Carolina Quarterly continues this year a 
tradition of discovering and encouraging 
young writers by presenting them to the 
readers of a high-quality literary quarterly. 
Startling innovations in design and editorial 
policy, such as the publication of well-known 
writers and circulation on a nationwide 
scale, promise to make the Quarterly one of 
theforemost literary magazines in the South. 




CAROLINA QUARTERLY 



The Fiction and Poetry board discuss an item 
for the next issue. Seated oround the table 
ore Sylvio Yelton, Jerry Cuthrell, Jean Arm- 
strong and Joan Weston; standing are Jim 
Poteat, Jo Ann Jones and Jack Weston. 




Members of the General Staff, pausing in 
their work to wotch the birdie, ore Deedie 
Fornum and John Winkler at the type- 
writers and Thorn Stutt, Dave Pardington, 
Gretchen Fink, John Teideman, Bill Willis 
and Sollie MacAllister. Not shown in the 
photograph is Birdie. 



Founded in 1948 the magazine has spent most of its 
existence striving for financial autonomy while trying 
to provide the University with an outlet for its creative 
and scholastic efforts; the two goals have frequently 
seemed incompatible, but at last the Quarterly appears 
to have established itself permanently as a distinguished 
medium for serious letters. 



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UNIVERSITY PARTY 





The University Party is the oldest student political 
group on the Carolina campus, having been founded 
in 1926 by a small number of students interested in 
increasing the effectiveness of student government. 
The UP became a campus-wide organization in th3 
early thirties and has functioned continuously since 
that time. 

It is the policy of the University Party to nominate 
qualified, capable candidates who will work for the 
betterment of student government. Representing stu- 
dent opinion is the goal of the party; therefore, the 
representation system is based upon the principle that 
each voting member must represent at least twenty- 
five students. This enables the UP to maintain close 
contact with the students at all times. 

This year was one of the most successful years in UP 
history, due largely to the expert guidance of Bill 
Sanders, who capably served as chairman. Other offi- 
cers were John Raper, vice-chairman; Jane Cocke, 
secretary; and Bill Morgan, treasurer. 



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Under the guidance of President Jerry Vayda, the Monogram Club 
throughout the year has witnessed a revitalizing of club organization 
and a simultaneous growth of active membership. The club has adopted 
a revised constitution, and the members ore co-operating to strengthen 
the club's influence on the campus OS an outstanding service organization. 

Following home football games in the fall of 1955, the club held three 
open-houses for students and alumni. On the Tennessee weekend the 
club sponsored a highly successful dance at Woollen Gymnasium for all 
students. These events highlighted the club's activities during the fall 
semester. 



MONOGRAM CLUB 



As for the spring semester, the club's efforts are directed toward having 
another successful Blue-White gome. Each year the Monogram Club 
holds this intersquad game at the end of the spring football practice. 
For this contest the club provides programs and concessions and helps 
in various other ways to make the gome one of the most popular events 
on the Carolina spring calendar. 



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The club, re-established at Chapel Hill in 1946, is composed of varsity 
monogram winners who desire to participate in the activities and services 
of the club. Upon initiation, the new member pledges to uphold the Code 
of the Monogram Club and to work toward accomplishment of the club's 
objectives. He is then eligible to take part in all actions and social func- 
tions of the club. 




The purposes and objectives of the Monogram Club are to aid athletics 
at the University of North Carolina, to seek to improve our intercollegiate 
relationships through the sports program, and to serve the University in 
any capacity in which it is needed. Realizing the tremendous influence 
that athletes and athletics have in today's colleges and universities, the 
club hopes to use this influence in attaining these objectives. 




Second Row: Claude Rhule, Jim Rough, Ed Sutton, Bob Colbert, John Jones, Joe Movretic, 
Joe Correll, Bob Young, Bill Komon, Bo Thorpe, Jock Woods, Don Mitchell, Ben Lubin. 



Page 333 








APRIL 



Page 335 




Sig Ep's set up for o rousing 
- id of Musical Choirs 




CAUGHT IN 
THE ACT! 





Coach Bunn Hearn talks with star out- 
fielder Connie Gravitte. Both Gravitte 
and infielder Horry Lee Floyd were 
named on the AII-ACC Team, 



After a slow start the Tar Heel baseball team finally caught fire 
and finished in a blaze of glory with eight wins in their last nine 
games for a 12-12 overall record and third place in the Atlantic 
Coast Conference. 

Plagued during their slow start by a lack of pitching depth, the 
Tor Heels were supported for most of the season by Tom 
Maultsby and Jimmy Rough 

The outfield was led by AII-ACC player Connie Gravitte, while 
the infield was well staffed by AII-ACC second baseman Harry 
Lee Lloyd; shortstop Al Long, who was a second team AII-A.C C. 
choice; co-captain elect Jack Woods, and Tom Zachary, who's 
.380 average led the Tar Heels in batting. 




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First Row: Hill, Strouse. Hortmon, Sienc, Poller, Loye. Second Row: 

Hall, Johnson, Powell, Blue, Stone, Hill, Johnson, Harding, Matthews. 

Third Row Manager Suttle, Bray, Titeomb, Rough, Maultsby, Frye, 
Floyd, Gravitte, Long. 



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Ace pitcher Jimmy Rough, 

ACC strike-out leader, talks 
over o Tar Heel victory 
with Coach Walt Rabb. 




BASEBALL 



Power hitting first baseman Will Frye 

waits for the pitcher's delivery in a 

closely-fought gome with Duke. 




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Co-captains Steve Trimble end Toby Haynesworfh 

talk with Coach Art Greenboum on the steps of 
Woollen Gym. 



Lacrosse, a growing sport at Carolina, was 
continued last spring when Art Greenboum, 
former Tar Heel star, returned to coach a 
young and inexperience team. 

Co-captoin Steve Trimble was a standout at 
his defense position and was ably assisted by 
Ronnie Currant who was awarded the out- 
standing sportsmanship trophy. Thome Walker 
was on iron man at his goalie position, while 
midfielder Joe Converse and ottockman Jack 
Spooner led the Tar Heel scoring 

In spite of hard work and a determined spirit 
the stickmen were held to two wins in eight 
games, and were completely outclassed by such 
visiting teams as Yale and Virginia. 




LACROSSE 







First Row Mclver, Bryant, Whitmore, Trimble, Haynesworth, Spooner, 
Walker, Sattertield. Second Row Jones, Ramsay, Blair, Williford, 
Converse, Moness, Sturdivant, Drytuss, Coach Greenboum. Third Row: 
Currant, Smith, Sutorius, Weinman, Cormichael, Woltz, Beebe. 



Page 340 



The Publications Board is one of the strongest symbols of the student 
government system which has gained for the University a special respect 
on campuses throughout the nation. Operating on an annual budget of 
approximately $90,000 the Board acts as a supervisory body and is 
generally responsible for the financial management of the Daily Tor 
Heel, the Yockety Yack, and the Carolina Quarterly. In the past the 
Board has been able to point with pride to some of the finest college 
publications in the country, and hopes to preserve this outstanding record 
in the coming years. 



PUBLICATIONS BOARD 




Members of the Board are Walter Spearman, Jim Monteith, Jack Mark- 
ham, Tom Lambeth, Chairman; Pat McBane, Secretary; and Ed Yoder. 




Tom Lambeth 



Page 341 





Billy Ford, one of the top performers on 
Carolmo's squad, inspects his irons prior 
to the team's victory over Maryland. 



Outstanding members of the 1955 undefeated 
Joe Correil, Lorry Porker and Jimmy Sykes. 



Billy Armfield and Tuffy Henderson talk over 
Carolina's initial win over Michigan State. 




First Row; Kenney, Finley Golf Course Pro Armfield, Manager Cothron, Henderson, 
and Cooch Ericson. Second Row; Rolhrock, Ford, Parker, Sisk, Correil, and Sykes. 




Led by number one man Larry Parker, the Tor Heel golfers 
finished second in the Atlantic Coast Conference Champion- 
ships. The Carolina squad went through a winning season of 
eight games marred only by a tie with Wake Forest, the team 
that won the ACC Championship. In addition to subduing 
five conference foes, the Tar Heels also registered victories 
over Michigan and Michigan State. 



Tuffy Henderson sizes up a long iron shot 
against a Wake Forest opponent. 





Jim Chomblee 

President 



The Men's Glee Club was quick to organize at the 
beginning of the fall semester. The executive com- 
mittee met to plan the years activities and tryouts 
were scheduled. After the selection of members, the 
club set to work on its new music 

The club, under the direction of Dr. Joel Carter, 
opened their successful season by participating in 
the Founders' Day ceremonies. Then they sang a 
joint concert with the glee club from the University 
of Virginia prior to the annual football game be- 
tween the two universities. 

They travelled to Southern Pines in early December 
to give their Christmas program and combined 
with the Women's Glee Club for the presentation 
of the annual Festival of Christmas Music before 
the holidays. 

The club joined with the Chapel Hill Choral Club 
for the Mozart Festival and in addition to several 
performances at surrounding schools, the club pre- 
pared for an extended tour throughout the state 
in the spring. 



MEN'S GLEE CLUB 




In addition to several performance 
Glee Club under the direction of Dr. 
throughout the state in the spring. 



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WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB 



The Women's Glee Club gave a winter concert in Southern Pines. 



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The Women's Glee Club opened the season by 
combining with the Men's Glee Club and the 
University Band to perform Sibelius' "Onward Ye 
People" at the traditional University Day cere- 
monies. This mixed group also gave the annual 
Christmas Concert, and a December concert at 
Southern Pines. January heard Mozart's "Re- 
quiem" sung by both glee clubs; the Spring Con- 
cert at Hill Hall closed the season, followed by a 
picnic with fried chicken and french fries at Dr. 
Carter's home. 

The Fall Semester highlights of the Women's 
Glee Club were trips to Fort Bragg, followed by a 
dance; concerts at neighboring colleges; and a 
TV program. The gala Christmas party in the 
Pine Room with the Men's Glee Club ended 
the year. 

The women this year have the largest glee club 
since 1949; under the very capable leadership 
of Dr Joel Carter it promises to continue ex- 
panding both in membership and concert tours. 



Roberta Dixon 

President 




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Coeds provide on interesting view 
from third floor Old West. 



MAY 



NROTC midshipmen relax at the 
base pool in Corpus Christi on 
their aviation training during 
the summer. 



Fraternity pledge classes enter 

into spirited competition during 

the Greek Week Field Day. 




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Jack Markham, Editor-in-Chief, 
Designer and Chief Photographer 









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Margaret Rook 

Senior Class Editor 



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loke Hunter, Activities Editor ond 
arriet Morgan, Sororities Editor 




Judy Davis, Assistant to the Editor and Honoranes Editor 




Gene Whitehead, Professional Schools Editor 
and Tommy Johnson, Junior Closs Editor 



Clem Dovis 

Freshman Class Editor 




Sherwood Smith 

Sports Editor 



What a year this has been! How it is possible 
for you to now quietly ripple through the 
seemingly austere pages of this book com- 
pletely escapes the staff, who never seemed 
to be working, but nonetheless, it all come out 
in the end. At times it seemed as though we 
would either be thrown out of Graham Me- 
morial for Harriet Morgan's bopping, or else 
kicked out of town by the local SPCA for undue 
cruelty to Margaret Rook, who quietly went 
out of her mind. Jay Zimmerman loudly 
screamed, "Keep offa my typewriter'" while 
he gloated over the beauty section Joe Bryan 



Ken Lowry and Betle Bosti( 

Co-Editors of the Beauty Sectu 






would move across the room to warm up an- 
other choir, never working. Little people con- 
tinually pestered good-natured Judy Davis for 
little numbers, while the beer-fund envelope 
remained alarmingly dry hidden under the 
pornography in the files Joe Bryan warmed an- 
other chair Sherry Smith kept driving to Dur- 
ham and Raleigh, begging football photos, and 
determined to turn us into Sports Illustrated. 
Taking time out from selling ads. Brad Hall 
would help struggling "Gladys" with her math. 
Mary Grady Burnette and Wendy Wellons were 
continually distraught over hundreds of photos 
of sophomores, while Clem Davis smilingly 
swallowed photos of thousands of little fresh- 
men. Tommy Johnson had an advantage with 
the junior class section through a year's pre- 
vious experience. Joe warmed another chair, 
while Blake Hunter kept hollering, "Tear 'em 
out of the book'" Luscious coeds mingled coyly 
among the wolves, typing, proofreading, and 
swearing under their breaths. Over it all 
hovered Jock Markham with his camera, ready 
to record for posterity the sober goings-on 
about the office and the University. Was it all 
in vain^ We hope not, and only you, the 
Student, con determine Here, then, is cap- 
tured Life at Carolina in this, your 1956 
Yackety Yack' 



BilJ Kane 

ROTC Editor 



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Truman Moore 

Photographer 



Mary Grady Burnette, Sophomore Class Co-Editor; B. A. Mihm, 
Staff Inspiration, and Wendy Wellons, Sophomore Class Co-Editor. 



GENERAL STAFF 
Ann Melton, Patti Lovott, Cclio Strader, Barbara Stockton, Fr< 
Bennett, Esther Ballentine, Bobbie Turner ond Ann Penn. 








A greased pig became the undesirable 
center of attention of six screaming, 

squeamish coeds in the Mystery Event. 



SIGMA CHI DERBY 




Out from the gentle hollow known as Kenan 
there sounds the carnival spirit, and the Sigma 
Chi Derby is on again! The lovely and curvaceous 
JiJi Rainwater is crowned as Miss Modern 
Venus, while for her entertainment the many 
stunts, prizes, gomes and devises of frivolity 
moke the Derby the best yet. This, then, is Spring. 



Lovely JjJi Rainwater gets the unanimOL 
vote of approval, and is crowned Mi! 
Modern Venus. 




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Tom Lambeth 

Choirman 




CAROLINA FORUM 



This year the University celebrated the twentieth anniversary of the 
Carolina Forum. Since its founding in 1935 this student-run speaker 
series has brought to the campus national and international figures 
whose views have an important meaning in current affairs of the 
state, nation, and world During its two decades the Forum has 
presented such speakers as former President Harry S. Truman; 
Governors Averill Horriman and Robert Meyner; socialist leader Nor- 
man Thomas; Senators William Knowland, Estes Kefauver and Robert 
Taft; and British Ambassador, Sir Roger Makins. 




Jim Turner, Jim Monteith, Dave Reid and Jim Holn 



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TENNIS 




Page 355 



For the second straight year the Tar Heel tennis team 
failed to lose a conference match. The Carolina squad 
finished the season with a great record of 21 wins 
against one loss and won the Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence championship. In addition to winning the con- 
ference teem crown, the singles title was won by num- 
ber three man Tom Bradford. Bradford then teamed 
with Herb Browne to defeat Carolina's Bobby Payne 
and Pete Green to win the conference doubles cham- 
pionship. 

The only Carolina loss was to a powerful Miami squad, 
while the Tar Heels won twice from Dartmouth, Wil- 
liams, and Harvard, Both the singles and doubles 
conference finals were all Carolina affairs. 



TENNIS 



Captain Bobby Poyne congratulates Tom Bradford, 

ACC singles champion and co-doubles champion, and 
captain for the 1956 season. 




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Ron Kerdasha ground strokes i 
return to a Miami opponent's 
backhand. 



Pete Green ground strokes deep 
to gain set point against a 
Presbyterian College opponent. 



This season marked another great year for Coach 
John Kenfield, and the team was highlighted by 
depth and a powerful attack down to the lost posi- 
tion. However, four of the first seven men were seniors 
and the team is faced with a big rebuilding job for 
next season This rebuilding will be centered around 
captain elect Tom Bradford, and lettermen Pete Green, 
Bruce Gustafson, and Don Thompson. 




From bockcourt, 1955 captain Herb Browne passes Horum of 
Miami at the net with a driving forehand for set point. 




First Row: Kerdosha, Gustafson, Brodford, Livingston, Hudgins, 
Handel. Second Row: Manager Miseoll, Kosser, Browne, Thompson, 
Poyne, Green, Bortner, Dell, Coach Kenfield. 



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CHARLES PATTERSON ELDRIDGE, JR. 
Princeps 




FACULTY MEMBERS 

Nicholson B. Adams 

Walter R. Berryhill 

James B. Biiflitt . 

Keener C. Fn 

Louis Graves 

Edward McG. Hedgpefl 

Urbon T. Holmes 

W. Dougald MocMlllan 

Roland P. McClomrock 

John T. O'Neil 




EDWARD LEIGH PELL, III 
Quaestor 



^RWpOD HUBBARD SM 
Scriptor 





Williofn Johnston Armfield, IV 
Charles Wesley Causey, III 

David MarioW^onnor, Jr. 

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Ulo HerBeft Cozort, III 

§ Thoinos^arry Ferguson 

Charles taaskins Froelich 

Thoitnas Owen Moore 

Cloude Armstrong Plumlee, Jr. 

James Plummer Rough, Jr. 

James Loring Seeiy 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 

Earl Runyon Tyler 

Clarence Edward Williams, Jr. 

James Sloot Van Winkle 



Pose 358 



ORDER OF 

THE MINATAURS 



FRITZ VANWINKLE President 

BILLY BOB PEELE Vice-President 

RICHARD MINES Secretary-Treasurer 



William Baldridge 
Edward Borden 
William Bridgers 
James Cheatham 
Ula Cozart 
Oscar Davis 
Charles Elderidge 
Charles Froelich 
Paul Fulton 
Franklin Gray 
Edward Hudgions 
John Hussey, Jr, 
Edward Hutchins 
Jesse Wesley Johnson, Jr 
James Kester 
Pritchard Lindsley 
Robert Little 
William Michael 
William McDonald 
Donald MacMillan 
Arthur Newcombe 
Charles Owen 
Keith Palmer 
Jerre Parker 
Bailey Patrick, Jr. 
James Patton 
Edward Pell 
William Pender 
Julian Rhinehart 
William Sondridge 
Harry Smith 
Lewis Sutton 
Michael Tanner 
Henry Turner 
John Walker 
Charles Wickham 
Robert Yowell 




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JACK JONES 
CHARLES OWEN 
PETE HOGABOOM 



Order of the SHEIKS 





Milo Abercrombie 
Dudly Baird 
Bill Beebe 
Larry Bell 
Bill Bost 
Bernie Bullard 
Bill Carter 
Bill Cunningham 
Stewart Dawson 
Hank Dryfoos 
John Foster 
Pete Green 
Dan Haley 
Bud Hargrove 
Perky Hayes 
Pete Hogoboom 
Jock Jones 
Stan Leggett 
Bob Mason 
Larry Mclver 
Tom Moore 
Charles Owen 
Steven Owen 
Forrar Parker 
Grady Putman 
George Ragsdale 
George Rains 
Bob Schoize 
James Seely 
Bill Taylor 
Rivers Upchurch 
Ralph Usina 
Thorn Walker 
Bev Webb 
Ned Whitmore 
Jock Williams 



S. 

V.S. 

K. 



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Esther Ballentine 
Frances Bennett 



Bette Bostian 

Ed Bulluck 

Mary Grady Burnette 

Clem Davis 



Brad Hall 
Hal Henderson 
Boyden Henley 
Blake Hunter 
Tommy Johnson 



Patti Lovott 
Ken Lowry 
Anne Melton 
B.A.MIhm 
Mary Ruth Mitchell 
Truman Moore 
Gayle Norman 
Anne Penn 
Joan Prince 
Frank Schrimsher 
Carolyn Seyfert 



Sherwood Smith 
Sarah Stembridge 
Bill Stewart 
Barbara Stockton 
Celia Strader 
Bobbie Turner 
Wendy Wellons 
Lane Welsh 
Gene Whitehead 



JACK MARKHAM 



JUDY DAVIS - 

JAY ZIMMERMAN 



MARGARET ROOK 



JOE BRYAN 
HARRIET MORGAN 



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THIRTEEN CLUB 




BILL MOSS - .- ...President 

ALEX GALLOWAY Secretary-Treasurer 

RICK COKER Social Chairman 



Bob Angstadt 
Milton Barber 
Job Belcher 
Bill Blair 
Charlie Bowles 
Sid Brandon 
Fred Byrum 
Charlie Causey 
Rick Coker 
Myron Conklin 
John Dickson 
Donnie Evans 
Alex Galloway 
Bill Gardner 
Louie Hoggin 
Francis Hicks 
Al Hildrith 
Tony Hornthall 
C. R. Jones 
Tommy Kirkman 
Skip Knox 
Joe Lawson 
John McKee 
Knox Massey 
Joe Mavretic 
Jack Moore 
Bill Moss 
Bob Nichols 
Bob Peek 
Claude Plumlee 
Charlie Rouse 
Bob Shelly 
Rufus Sherrill 
Brant Snavely 
Ted Tawes 
Zeb Weaver 
Larry Wilson 
Julian Winslow 
Van Woltz 



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RULERS 

701 WILLIAM PENDLETON SANDRIDGE, JR . . . Rex 

700 ARTHUR ROWELL NEWCOMBE, III . . K. D. S. 

705 EDWIN BROWNRIGG BORDEN, JR. . W. S. S. 

703 SAMUEL THOMAS REEVES . . K. M. K. 

706 PAUL FULTON, JR. . . . N. G. P. 



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SUBJECTS 



162 William Donald Carmichael 

174 Archibald Henderson 

201 Thomas Ruffin 

241 Joseph G. deR. Hamilton 

315 Robert Wettoch 

319 William W. Pierson 

331 Thomas Felix Hickerson 

343 Dudley Dewitt Carroll 

349 William Donald Carmichael, Jr. 

373 Allen Wilson Hobbs 

382 Julius Jennings Wade 

385 Robert Edwin Coker 

439 J. Penrose Horlond 

442 Robert Burton House 

444 Gordon Gray 

490 Fletcher Melvin Green 

492 Charles M. Shaffer 

540 Ernest Craige 

546 Harry Russell 

582 Issac M. Taylor 



643 Lyman A. Gotten 
650 Roy Walter Holsten 

662 Sydenham B. Alexander 

663 Frank W. Klingberg 

664 Henry Wilkins Lewis 

665 Robert Boyd Lindsay 

678 Herbert R. Boer 

679 George Dial Penick 

700 Arthur Rowell Newcombe, III 

701 William Pendleton Sandridge, Jr. 

703 Samuel Thomas Reeves 

704 James Davis Patton 

705 Edwin Brownrigg Borden, Jr. 

706 Paul Fulton, Jr. 

707 James Theodore Cheatham, III 

708 William Robert Peel 

709 Lawrence Gibson Bell 

710 Luther Hartwell Hodges, Jr. 

71 1 James Madison Tyler, Jr. 

712 Daniel Edward Hudgins, Jr. 



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SCHOOL 



OF MEDICINE 






FACULTY 

First Row: Welt, Bunce, Von Wyk, Schwab, Irvin. Second Row: Bullift, Yarbro, Farmer, 
Richardson, Butler, Ellis, Berryhill. Third Row: Curnen, Ross, George, Alexander, Moc- 
Pherson, Von Cleave, Monire, Wells. Fourth Row Cromartie, Ordwoy, Chamberlin, 
Bukowitz, Hooker, Stroughn, Widra, Craige, Hiatt. Fitth Row Flowers, Sorrow, Pearson, 
Miller, Graham, Sprunt, Breom, Hawkins, Reed, Patterson. Sixth Row Hitch, Donovan, 
Andrews, Vaughn, Schottelius, Perlmutt, Thomos, Anderson, Lindsay, Ferguson, White. 



WHITCHEAD SOCIETY 
Seated: Clark, Bradley, Edwards, Purcell, Riddle 
and McLendon. Standing: Croslond, LeRoy, Mc- 
Michoel, Stewart, Sparrow and Hobson. 



HONOR COUNCIL 
Craven, Koenig, Browley, Desrosiers, Lowry, Purcell, 
Jassey, Wilson and Thorp. 




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Officers of the senior class ore Clyde Lloyd, 
Treasurer; Lee Clark, Jr., President, Corey 
Perry, Secretary; and John Vossey, Vice- 
President. 




First Row- 
Ashley, Gale Jackson, Phi Chi, Warrensville, Baggelt, John Robert, III, Phi Chi, Lillington; 
Bornhill, Claude Alton, Alpha Koppa Kappa, Stol^es, Barry, William, Hamlet, Bergmanis, 
Juris, Alpha Kappa Kappa, Raleigh, Boyd, Richard Armistead, Statesville, Brannan, Wade 
Melbry, Alpha Kappo Kappa, Alpha Omega Alpha, Dunn; Brantley, Coleman, Alpha Epsilon 
Delta, Phi Chi, Spring Hope; Castelloe, Thomas E., Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Chi, Winterville. 

Second Row: 

Clark, Lee Andrew, Jr., Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Chi, Everetfs, Deyton, John Wesley, Jr., Alpha 
Kappa Kappa, Spruce Pine; Eorley, Laurence Elliott, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Chi, Phi Eta Sigmo, 
Phi Gammo Delta, Ahoskie; Easterling, William E., Jr., Phi Chi, Raleigh; Evans, John Thomas, 
Alpha Phi Sigma, Phi Chi, Sylva, Farmer, Robert Archie, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Chi, West End; 
Fowler, Charles W., Ill, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Lambda Chi Alpha, Greensboro, Goley, Alex 
Foirley, Phi Chi, Graham; Green, Francis Weotherly, Phi Beta Kappa, Chapel Hill. 

Third Row; 

Harrell, Jasper Douglos, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Chi, Chapel Hill, Horris, William Rix, Alpha 
Omega Alpha, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Chi, Sigma Nu, Henderson; HazelhursI, John L., Alpha 
Omega Apiha, Delta Koppa Epsilon, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Chi, Phi Eta Sigma, Chapel Hill; 
Herring, Victor Gray, ill, Goldsboro; Holmes, Robert Peel, HI, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Chi, Phi 
Gamma Delta, Mount Olive; Ivey, William Coy, Snow Camp; Jones, Deon Cicero, Jr., Phi 
Beta Kappo, Phi Eta Sigma, Theto Chi, Jefferson; Lee, Henry Neill, Jr., Phi Chi, Phi Gamma 
Delta, Lumberton; Lloyd, Clyde Franklin, Phi Chi, Chopel Hill. 



FOURTH 
YEAR 



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FOURTH 
YEAR 



First Row: 

Lswder, John Alexonder, Ph( Beta Kappa, Phi Chi, Sigma Chi, Lincolnton, Lowry, Otis Megel, 
Alpha Kappa Kappa, Chi Beta Phi, Pembroke, McCall, Morvin Mother, III, Phi Chi, Sigmo 
Chi, Charlotte; McDoniel, Jock Poschol, Phi Chi, Fayetteville; McLeon, Molcolm, Kappa 
Sigma, Phi Chi, Chorlotte, McLendon, William Woodord, Beta Thota Pi, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi 
Chi, Sigma Xi, Greensboro, Mann, Milton Bernard, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, Tau 
Epsilon Phi, Raeford; Medders, Jomes Doyle, Phi Chi, Mount Holly, Murray, Robert Louis, 
Phi Chi, Pi Kappa Phi, Chapel Hill. 

Second Row: 

Noell, John Stanford, Alpha Kappa Kappa, Raleigh; Ormond, John William, Jr., Phi Chi 
Monroe; Payne, Clifton Gadberry, Alpha Epsilon Delto, Phi Beto Kappa, Phi Chi Rural Hall 
Payne, Thomos William, Phi Chi, Phi Koppa Sigma, Greensboro; Pepper, Francis OeWitt, Jr., 
Phi Chi, Winston-Salem; Perry, Corey Jones, Phi Chi, Louisburg; Richards, Jomes F., Jr., 
Alpha Kappa Kappa, Chapel Hill, Riddle, Joseph Iverson, Phi Chi, Morganton Roberts, 
Mark W., Phi Chi, Madison 

Third Row: 

Stafford, Willie Ronsome, Phi Chi, Burlington; Suther, Thomas Cornelius, Jr., Phi Chi, 
KannoDOlis; Todd, James Gordon, Jr., Alpha Kappa Kappa, Chapel Hill; Vassey, John Walter, 
Phi Chi, Covington, Tenn ; Vitols, Mintouts Mickey, Newton Grove Wompler, Garland 
Eorhort, High Point; Wood, William Boinstcr, Greensboro; Woodoll, Leonard Schmick, Phi 
Chi, Smithfield; Yarley, Dewey Hobson, Alpho Koppa Kappa, Coats. 



This year represents the 76th year of medical education at 
the University and the third year that the M.D. degree is 
being offered by the University at Chapel Hill. 

In addition to offering the four years of undergraduate medi- 
cal education, the faculty and staff have given instruction 
to students in the Graduate School and all of the professional 
schools in the Division of Health Affairs. They also direct 
the training of the interns and resident physicians at the 
Memorial Hospital and offer postgraduate medical courses 
throughout the state. 




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THIRD YEAR 
First Row Ritchey, Farrington, Allen, Conner, McMahon, Clonti, Jung, Wogger, Pugh. Second 
Row; Edwords, Crowell, Page, Jones, Suggs, Johnson, Hurst, Smith. Third Row Hobson, Thorp, 
Fearrington, Brown, Hall, Cline, Johnson, Wilson. Fourth Row Harris, Clapp, Vinson, Winslow, 
Vinnik, Cornell, Murad, Mitchell, Brodley. Fifth Row: Hutchins, Fresh, Wilcox, Glover, Sparrow, 
Hayes, Pugh, Pope, Former, Williams, Burrus, Anthony, Stothacos. 




First begun in 1879, 
medical training of Can 
today boasts one of the 
most modern hospitals i 
the country. 



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The extensive construction program begun after the war has been 
completed, and in the past year many new services have been activat- 
ed, including the psychiatric pavilion. The Hospital continues to ex- 
pand its services and during the past year has had on average daily 
census of about 230 patients, a very satisfactory percentage of its 
present capacity. 

The Medical School has not confined itself to strictly scientific pur- 
suits and the year was made memorable by the publication and 
acclaim of Hiroshima Diary, translated by Dr. Warner Wells of the 
Department of Surgery, and the widespread circulation of the medical 
students' lament, "Exsanguination Blues," written and recorded by 
fourth-year student Doug Harrell. 



SECOND YEAR 
First Row: Horris, Bailey, Johnson, Canodoy, Nelson, Beckmon, Ennis, Elliott, McGee. Second Row: 
Croslond, Gregory, Howie, Koonce, Buckley, Culbreth, Pritehett, Long. Third Row: Field, Pate, 
Pate, McMiehoel, Hornby, Edwards, Cop. Fourth Row: Brooks, Hook, Mangum, Aboud, Potterson, 
Ormond, Beom. Fifth Row: Barrier, Winstead, Boyett, Stout, Thompson, Haizlip, Hunter, Furr, 
Weeks, Wallace, McFolls, Brown, Koenig, Craven, Cox, Bullock, Phillips, Hughes, Long, McCubbins, 
Roder, Thompson, Selig, Ferrell. 




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take a coke break. 




FIRST YEAR 
First Row: Krser, Douglos, Gentry, Harrell, Ginn, Solomon, Loshley, Ellinwood, Jones, Stewart. Second 
Row: Gentry, Stevenson, Desrasiers, McAllister, McCoin, Fisher, Little, West, Gilbert, Lewis, LeRoy. 
Third Row Wynne, Kornegoy, Goodwin, Thompson, Hair, Morris, Johnston, Braxton. Fourth Row 
Wilson, Whitakers, Mitchell, Brawley, Menzios, Rowland, Huff. Fifth Row Green, Moore, Holder, 
Papineau, Hart. Sixth Row; Tayloe, Sutton, Waters, Hicks, Jones, Kelly, Bulla. Seventh Row Luke, 
Reeves, Sloop, Warren, Brown, Brown, White, Davis, Trodo, Jennette, Wood, Taylor, Linker, Riley, Word. 




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John C. Brauer 

Deor 






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Officers of the Spurgeon Dental Society are 
Jock Atwater, Secretary - Treasurer; Robert 
Turner, Vice - Presiden*; and Robert Yotcs, 



The graduates of the first and second classes in dentistry 
ore now scattered to all corners of the world in private 
practice, and with the Armed Forces. The third class, 
numbering forty-three, takes its intended place in 
society in June, 1956. 

The members of the second class in Dental Hygiene will 
receive their certificates this year. The graduates in this 
important field, studying for the Bachelor of Science 
degree, have had many opportunities for practice and 
are in great demand. 

Through the combined efforts and program of the 
Graduate School and School of Dentistry, graduate in- 
struction leading to the Master's Degree now is in 
progress. Short post-graduate courses are receiving in- 
creased attention to permit the profession in practice 
further opportunities for additional learning and experi- 
ence 

An increasing program of research also is underway, 
wherein various members of the faculty as well as stu- 
dents ore participating in projects. 



Fourth year officers are Sam Long, Secretary-Tr 
John Dixon, Vice-President; and Rupert Bliss, Pre 




Graduate students are Doctors 

George J. Orr, Edwin A. Gendron, 

Thomas LoSolle, F. B. Mines, Jr., 

Woodrow W. Wolker, Elliott 

McKoughon Hester, ond 

Marion Lee Rolls, Jr. 




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4 'i # 



First Row; 

Barber, Leonard Banks, Jr., Hendersonville; Bliss, Rupert Quentin, Psi 

Omega, Sigma Chi, Jacksonville, Fla,, Byerly, Charles Tote, Jr., Delta 
Sigma Delta, Durham; Clork, Badger Gill, Jr., Xi Psi Phi, Henderson. 



Second Row: 

Clark, C. Fred, Delto Sign 
Xi Psi Phi, Winston-Salen- 
Hill; Corl, Marshall B., Ps 



a Delta, Mooresville; Ciinard, Robert Wesley, 
Cole, Hugh Hobson, Jr., Psi Omega, Chapel 
Omega, Sigma Nu, Chapel Hill. 



Third Row: 

Cox, Jomes Lloyd, Phi Gammo Delto, Psi Omega, Richlands 
Frank Hayes, Psi Omega, Mocksville; Dixon, John Howard, Psi 
Mount Vernon Springs; Draughon, Wallace Reed, Durhom, 



Fourth Row: 

Evans, Thomas Edwin, Jr., > 
Xi Psi Phi, Foirmont; Grol 
Chapel Hill; Grahl, Carol Lii 



Phi, Burlington; Floyd, Daniel Justin 
Frank Richard, Delta Sigma Delta 
Jr., Delta Sigmo Delta, Waynesville 



FOURTH YEAR 



Fifth Row 

Gregory, Hugh A., Psi Omega, Chapel Hill; Hall, Thoir 
Sigma Pi, Fayetteville; Harrell, Daniel Bryant, Elor 
Dovid Raymond, Delta Sigma Delta, Winston-Salem. 



js A., Psi Omega 
College, Hinkle 



Sivth Row 

Holland, Murry Wade, Psi Omega, Clinton; Hull, C. A., Delta Sigmc 
Delta, Cherryville; Kluttz, Robert F., Xi Psi Phi, Rockwell; Linville 
Walter Smith, Jr., Delta Sigma Delta, Kernersville. 



Seventh Row 
Long, John 



Samuel, Psi Omega, Chapel Hill; Matthews, Kenneth Lee, 
Robersonville; Meekins, Archie Dowc, Delta Sigma Delto, 
Mitchell, David Lee, Xi Psi Phi, Canton, 



Eighth Row: 

Paulson, Ruto Bergmanis, Durham; Phillips, Guy McDonald, Xi Psi Phi, 
Chapel Hill; Poole, Robert Howard, Jr., Delta Sigma Delta, St. Pauls; 
Riddle, William Frederick, Delta Sigma Delta, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sonford. 



Ninth Row: 

Rodgers, Jon 

ville; Soger, Frederick N 

Hill; Shettield, Neol, Ph 

lond, William Douglas, F 



nklin. Delta Sign 



vmon. Phi Kappa Sigr 
<appa Sigma, Xi Psi 
Omego, Louisburg. 



Kappa Alpho, States- 
10, Psi Omega, Chapel 



Tenth Row: 

Wore, Williom Graham, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Sigma, Xi Psi P 
Burlington; Willioms, Egbert P., Delta Sigma Delta, Stedmon; Williot 
Jobez Herring, Jr., Delta Sigma Delta, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sign 
Asheville; Yotes, Robert Allen, Psi Omega, Chadbourn. 



THIRD YEAR 



First Row: 

Andrews, John Leslie, High Point; Borringer, Martin Deberry, Psi Omego, 
Mount Pleasant, Bennett, Jock, Delta Sigmo Delta, Dunn; Best, John 
Dewey, Psi Omega, Newton. 



Second Row: 

Boyles, Robert Stricklond, Delta Sigma Delta, High Point; Carpenter, 
Joseph Perry, Phi Gamma Delta, Psi Omega, Hendersonville; Chapman, 
William Rondolph, Kappa Alpha, Psi Omega, Inman, S C ; Culbreth, 
Fay Hoyle, Delta Sigma Delta, Phi Kappa Sigma, Spindole. 



Third Row: 

Dovis, Edwin B., Sigma Chi, Xi Psi Phi, Morganton; Fowler, Harold 
Duke, Jr., Psi Omega, Statesville; Fox, Robert Monville, Delta Sigma 
Delta, Burlington; Gaines, Roy Eugene, Eta Kappa Nu, Phi Kappa Phi, 
Tau Beta Pi, Chapel Hill. 



Fourth Row: 

Hamrick, Joseph E., Alpha Kappa Psi, Psi Omega, Charlotte; Ha 

Robert J., Psi Omega, Greensboro; Heeden, William Mitchell, Jr. 

Omega, Goldsboro; Herring, Willord Isoiah, Psi Omega, Clinton. 



Fifth Row: 

Hood, J. Sidney, Xi Psi Phi, Gastonio; Houser, 
Phi, Chapel Hill; Jones, William Russell, X 
McKeniie, Owen Roy, Psi Omego, Elon College. 



nes Bickle, III, Xi Psi 

SI Phi, Chapel Hill; 



Sixth Row: 

Meodows, Kenneth H., Delto Sigma Delto, Hot Springs; Murray, Henry 
v.. Delta Sigma Delta, Kappa Alpha, Burlington; Odom, Bill E., Kappa 
Alpha, Xi Psi Phi, Gibson; Oldenburg, T. R., Delta Sigma Delta, Signol 
Mountain, Tenn. 



Seventh Row; 

Oldham, Floy Theodore, Jr., Xi Psi Phi, Chapel Hill; Peck, Robert 
Brantley, Psi Omego, Concord; Prugh, John, Xi Psi Phi, Charlotte; Rose, 
Junius Harris, Jr., Xi Psi Phi, Greenville. 



Eighth Row: 

Rowe, O. D., Xi Psi Phi, Nebo; Sabiston, Charles Barker, Koppo Alpha, 
Psi Omega, Woke Forest; Shaw, Arnold Campbell, Jr., Xi Psi Phi, Ashe- 
ville; Sherman, Clorendon Foy, Chapel Hill 



Ninth Row: 

Sherrill, Claude A., Jr., Psi Omega, Spartanburg, S C ; Spurlin, Max 
Lewis, Tryon; Strange, Charles Gilbert, Jr., Delto Sigma Delta, Lambdo 
Chi Alpha, Burlington; Taylor, Gordon Cox, Delto Sigma Delta, Sigma 
Nu, Richlands. 



Taylor, Kenneth, Magnolia; Turner, Robert Lee, Phi Kappa Sigma, Psi 
Omega, Chapel Hill; Watson, Robert Hugh, Chi Psi, Psi Omega, Gotland. 




First Row; 

Archer, John M., Ill, Delta. Sigma Delta, Sigma Chi, 
John Wilson, Jr., Alpha Tau Omega, Xi Psi Phi, Bi 
Samuel Polmer, Xi Psi Phi, Winston-Salem; Borker, 
Theta Pi, Delta Sigma Delta, Burlington, 



Franklin; Atwoter, 
irlington; Ausbond, 
Bennie Dole, Beta 



Second Row; 

Bratton, Lewis Palmer, Kappa Alpha, Xi Psi Phi, Chapel Hill; Browning 
Henry Don, Wilson; Butler, Jomes Edward, Xi Psi Phi, St. Pauls 
Chandler, Fred M., Delta Sigma Delta, Semoro. 



Third Row: 

Current, William Ange, Delta Sigmo Delta, Gastonia; Easley, Ernest 
Edmunds, Burlington, Fisher, Julian Horace, Rocky Mount; Gibson, Som 
Bryce, Delto Sigma Delta, High Point. 



Fourth Row 

Haltiwonger, William Leonord, Jr., Delta Sigma Delta, Hamlet; Hortsell, 
Harold MacPeorson, Chapel Hill; Hasty, Frederick G., Psi Omego, Chopel 
Hill; Hopkins, Edmund Baxter, Pi Kappa Phi, Xi Psi Phi, Winston-Salem. 



Jernigon, Jerry O'Dell, Dunn; Jewell, Edwin Smith, Delta Sigma Delta, 
Wilmington. Johnston, Bennie McBane, Delta Sigma Delta, Grohom; 
Lee, John Gambrell, Psi Omega, Greensboro. 



SECOND YEAR 



Sixth Row 

Lehmonn, James H., Delta Sigma Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, Elnoro, N. Y.; 
Loke, Wye Toh, Kualo Lumpur, Malaya; Martin, Benny Worth, Lawson- 
ville; Moore, Saunders Winston, Delta Sigma Delta, Sigma Nu, Burling- 
ton. 



Seventh Row; 

Morris, Wyman Lee, Delto Sigma Delta, Olanta, S. C, Noblitt, Perry 
Milton, Xi Psi Phi, Shelby; O'Berry, Wolter Samuel, Psi Omega, Horrells- 
ville; Ogden, Fred Nash, II, Delta Sigma Delta, Chapel Hill. 



Eighth Row: 

Reap, Charles A., Jr., Psi Omega, Albemorle, Reynolds, John Archibald 
Seabrook, Xi Psi Phi, Charlotte; Schnell, Frederick Stephens, Kappa 
Alpha, Psi Omega, Gainesville, Flo,; Silvers, Jock Everette, Psi Omega, 
Chapel Hill. 



Ninth Row: 

Smith, Vonnie Bryon, Pi Kappa Phi. Psi Omega, Lumberton; Smith, 
Willis W., Delta Sigma Delta, Houston, Tex.; Snyder, Kenneth Ray, 
Reidsville; Twisdole, Horold Winfred, Delta Sigma Delta, Lambda Chi 
Alpha, Holifox. 



Tenth Row: 

Wallace, Mitchell W., Xi Psi Phi, East Rockingham; White, William 

McKinley, Chapel Hill; Wood, Mott Thomas, Delto Sigma Delta, Pi 

Kappa Alpha, Enfield; Young, Douglas Mourice, Chi Psi, Psi Omega 

Winston-Solem, 




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First Row: 

Allen, Don Lee, Burlington. Attayek, Eli John, Greensboro; Be 

Rozier, Shelby; Bird, Charles Wells, Cullowhee. 



Second Row; 

Breland, Arthur Breece, Murphy; Brown, Oscar Hubert, WinterviMe; 

ButEer, James Roger, Delta Upsilon, Homestead, Fla.; Cashion, Leonard 

R., Mooresville. 



Third Row: 

Clark, George Eorl, Raleigh; Dovid, Richard Colclough, Greenville; Diggs, 

Robert M., Charlotte; Edney, Joseph H., Chapel Hill. 



Fourth Row: 

Garrison, Not Williams, Beta Theto Pi, Burlington; Grontha 
Bridgers, Jr., Alpha Tau Omega, Smithfield; Hamrick, Timi 
Jr., Caroleen; Hook, Brevitt, Chapel Hill. 



irvin, Emory Woyn 
boro; Leary, Thom 
Salem. 



Winston-Salem; Kennedy, Kenneth Carroll, Golds- 
Edison, Ahoskie; Lynch, William Grant, Winston- 



FIRST YEAR 



MocKay, Noel Cottermon, Charlotte, McBroyer, Gerald Fulenwider, Jr., 
Kappo Alpha, Reidsville; McCoffity, Darwin William, Edward; Martin, 
John Wayne, Chi Beta Phi, Washington. 



Seventh Row: 

Mouldin, Joel L., Albemarle; Mi 

Patricia S., Canton; Morgan, Willie 



r, Fred Cecil, Jr., Boone, Mitchell, 
1 Kenneth, Fairmont. 



Eighth Row; 

Nifong, Poul Douglas, Wmston-Solem, Protfit, William Robert, Buie's 

Creek; Quo'Is, Dixon Lee, Beta Theto Pi. Boono; Rhodes, Donald Gilbert, 

Windsor. 



Roberson, Robert Wilson, Buie's Creek; Rogers, Julian Richard, Wrights- 
ville Beach; Shaffer, Jock Boone, Phi Delta Theta, Chapel Hill; Sneed, 
Thomas Quincy, Jr., Oxford. 



Tenth Row: 

Stollings, June Henry, Jr., Oxford; Stallings, Riley Sherman, Jr., Durho 

Trueblood, Samuel Neal, Washington; Worren, Donald Williom, 

Lambda Phi, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Eleventh Row: 

Webster, William Phillip, Mount Airy; Wiess, Richard Thomas, De 

Funiak Springs, Fla,; Williford, John W., Chapel Hill; Womock, John 




4. f f 




SECOND YEAR 



Arant, Vivian Estelle, Orangeburg, S C, Cloninger, Novello Rose 
Belmont; Cole, Corolyn Andrews, Caroling Beach; Hennis, Soro Jo 

Winston-Salem. 



Hoppe, Vee Copses, Charlotte; Jenny, Martha Fay, Charlotte; Jones, 
Shirley Jane, Konnapolis; Linville, Jane Dawson, Spartanburg, S. C. 



McDougold, Helen I., Raeford; Sorrell, Jean Groy, Dunn, Spencer, 
Rosetta Ann, Swan Quarter; Tilley, Betty Lou, Durham. 



Fourth Row: 

Williams, Mary Morgoret, Phi Mu, Orlando, Flo. 



DENTAL HYGIENE 



FIRST YEAR 



First Row; 

Angstodt, Sheila Roe, Charlotte, Carpenter, Bennii 

Cleveland, Linda Lee, Jacksonville, Flo. 



Jo, Thomosville; 



Darnell, Jane Lee, Durham; Freedman, Lubah, Durham; Holbrook, 
Isabel Andrews, Konnapolis; Johnson, Jonet Claire, Chi Omega, Orlando, 



Leothermon, Mary Elizabeth, Belmont, Liner, N. Carol, Hillsboro, Mc- 
Arthur, Sylvia Eiell, Spartanburg, S C , MeClure, Estelle, Belmont. 



McDaniel, Carole, Kinston; McGinnis, Betty Ann, Monroe; Mitchell, 
Ann Elizabeth, Charlotte; Papazisis, Angeline, Jacksonville, Fla. 



Pierce, Jane, Jacksonville, Fla.; Rouse, Winifred, Kinston; Stribling 
Pauline Elaine, Eatonton, Go.; Walloce, Sandra Gwenn, Hendersonvillc 



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NURSING 




Elizabeth Kemble 
Dean 




Five Historic Years . . . 

1951-52 . . . still wet behind the ears 

The first students were admitted to the four-year pro- 
gram leading to the degree of B.S. in Nursing 

1952-53 ... a step forward 

Construction of the Nurses' Dormitory completed — two 
classes of students spent an enjoyable year in the 
beautiful new residence and maintained pleasant as- 
sociations with students in other dorms on campus. 

1953-54 ... in full swing 

Popularity increased due to active participation in 
professional organizations, student government, social 
events, athletics, and other University and community- 
centered activities. 

1954-55 . . . dreams come true 

The freshmen of 1951-52 proudly received, at Com- 
mencement Exercise, degrees of B.S. in Nursing, the 
first granted from U.N.C.! 

1955-56 . . . bigger and better 

Enrollment increased from 27 students in 1951 to 173 
in 1955. A program leading to the degree of M.S. in 
Nursing was begun in September. The School received 
full accreditation from the National League of Nursing 
Accrediting Services. 

Each year has been a step forward The footprints of 
the post have paved the way for future achievements. 




FACULTY 
First Row Barbara Bernard, Sara Blaylock, Dorothy Bradley, Dorothy Clintock, 
Ruth Dolrymple. Second Row: Bette Davis, Clara Deyton, Beulah Gautefald, 
Alice Gifford, Elizabeth Henderson, Audrey Janow, Sylvia Kiger. Third Row 
Eloise Lewis, Ruth Lindberg, Ann Molleson, Julia Smith, Evangeline Soutsos, 
Lucille Spalding, Esther Sump. 



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Corroway, Jessie McKeldon, Farmville; Corwin, Ruth Lou 
Spencer; Dobbs, Billie Bruce, Charlotte. 



Second Row: 

Former, Evelyn Joyce, Newland; File, Geneva, Salisbury; 

Hamilton, Elizabeth Ayers, Raleigh. 



Kelly, Jane Douglas, Apex; Ketner, Dorothy Jane, Hamlet; 
King, Jane McNeill, Williamsto.l. 



FOURTH YEAR 



Fourth Row: 

McCarter, Sorah Lee, Burlington; McNeely, Dorothy Grey, 

Morganton; Needhom, Peggy Porks, New Bern 



Fifth Row: 

Robeson, Emily Love, Lourinburg; Solter, Natalie, Scarsdole, 

N. Y.; Smith, Sally Marshall, Wrightsville Beach. 



Sixth Row: 

Snyder, Jane Carolyn, Winston-Salem; Sox Jane Paulii 

Hickory; Usher, Saro Elizabeth, Hartsville, S. C. 



Seventh Row: 

White, Carolyn, Winston-Salem, Widn 

Jacksonville. 



in, Katherine Helen 



Care of babies is one of the more 
teresting phases of nurses' training 




QBB 






First Row: 

Averette, Helen Lorraine, Elizabethtown; Ball, Patricia Ann, 

Durham; Britt, Sarah Anne, Clinton; Bryant, Frieda, Monroe. 



Second Row: 

Buie, Sarah Elizabeth, Winston-Solem, Burt, Sara Katherine, 
Biscoe; Coggins, Shirley Ann, Walstonburg; Crisp, Wilma 
Jeon, Gostonia. 



Third Row: 

Davis, Margaret Virginia, McDonald; Foglemon, Diane Guy, 
Henderson; Fowler, Helen Frances, Durham; Glenn, Anne 
Daniel, Elizabethtown. 



Fourth Row: 

Guenthner, Shirley Lee, Washington, D C ; Haines, Nancy 
S., New Lisbon, N. J.; Hall, Nancy Motfhews, Sonford; 
Honey, Anne Thaxton, Gleenwood. 



THIRD YEAR 



Fitth Row: 

Hortman, Peggy Byerly, Winston-Salem; Hedberg, Barba 
Brink, Charlotte, Holmes, Ruth Ferabee, Wilson, Humphri( 
Rachel Delores, Bear Creek. 



Sixth Row: 

Keeter, Mary Ann, Shelby; Land, Willowdean, Lenoir; Lentz, 

Martha Kerr, Henderson; London, M. Jean, Candler. 



Seventh Row: 

McSwain, Barbora Lou, Shelby; Minteer, Sylvia Renshaw, 
Chapel Hill, Norwood, Mary Lou, Moreheod City; Page, Ann 
Cecile, Alpha Gamma Delta, Buckhannon, W. Va. 



Eighth Row: 

Palmer, Jane Elizobeth, Reidsville; Pendergraft, Borbaro 
Anne, Chapel Hill; Perry, Winifred Rebecca, Raleigh, Rondall, 
Katherine Croin, Raleigh 



Robertson, Laura Alice, Leoksville; Van Hook, Jocquelii 
Ann, Henderson; White, Doris Lillian, Greensboro. 




Ader, Fronces Ha 
Ann, Winston-Solei 
Ann Alexander, N 



mock, Wjikertcwn; Bayne, Gwendolyn 
Bibb, Virginia Ruth, Salisbury; Babbitt, 
ina, Carstorphen, Cloydia Grace, Ashe- 



Second Row: 

Clement, Mary Jane, Raleigh; Coats, Deane Moulton, Con- 
cord; Cupp, Norma Joan, Elkins, W. Vo.; Dawson, Morjorie 
Sue, Lc Gronge; Eomes, Betty Ann, Wake Forest. 



Third Row: 

Forrest, JoAnn, Walnut Cove; Gorriss, Mary Linda, Koppa 
Delta, Morgareftsville; Hardin, Jerry Elizabeth, Monroe; 
Hodgson, Gail Gifford, Oxford, Pa; Jorvis, Janet Dorothy, 

Arlington, Va. 



Fourth Row: 

Kizen, Dorothy McKee, Brevard; Leary, Barbara West, Eden- 
ton; Lemly, Gwendolyn Duncan, Alpha Gamma Delta, West 
Jefferson; Lemmond, Rosemary Minor, Lourinburg; McAnally, 
Myrtle Beatrice, Reidsville. 



Fifth Row: 

McGee, Carolyn Sue, Charlotte; Melvin, Eugenia Anne, Wins- 
fon-Salem; Morris, Elizabeth Joan, Concord; Morse, Amy Ann, 
Chi Omega, Washington, D, C; Noble, Nancy Anne, Garner! 



SECOND YEAR 



Sixth Row: 

Nusseor, Nancy Jo, Washington, D. C ; Plyler, Frances Irene, 
Charlotte, Price, Sara Faith, Kappa Delta, Buckhannon, W. 
Va.; Proctor, Jonie Lee, Pinetops; Roane, Alice Dione, Kappa 
Delta, Winston-Salem. 



Seventh Row: 

Roberts, Carolyn Frances, High Point; Robeson, Sallie Salter, 
Lourinburg; Russell, Patricia Ann, High Point; Smith, Frances 
Adeloide, Whiteville; Sorrell, Betty Lou, Raleigh. 



Eighth Row: 

Staub, Marjorie Corol, Westfield, N. J.; Stockwell, Nancy 
Jane, High Point; Sumner, Velna Elizabeth, Asheboro; Suther, 
Carol Jeon, Kannapolis; Taylor, Carolyn Wayne, Charlotte: 



Ninth Row: 

Wolsh, Kathryn Jones, Thomasville; Warrington, Sharon Ann, 
Pi Beta Phi, Bethesda, Md.; Wotson, Marilyn Carol, Chapel 
Hill; White, Sarah Elizabeth, Guilford College; Williams, 
Billie Anne, Greensboro. 



Tenth Row: 

Williams, Mary Ben, Greensbo 

Jamestown; York, Geraldi 

W., Momaroneck, N. Y. 



Wittmann, Potricio Ann, 
Mocksville; Young, Elizobeth 



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Fourth Ri 

Friddle, Lucio Rachel, Rateigh; Gallagher, Lois Anne, Wins 
ton-Salem; Gallimore, Elaine, Jamestown; Grady, Ann Gra 
ham. New Bern, Greer, Phyllis Ann, Albemarle. 



FIRST YEAR 



Fifth Row: 

Hassell, Virginio Howe, Beaufort; Heaton, Beverly Ann, Wes 
field, N. J., Hege, Nancy Jone, Winston-Solem; Hill, Marlyn 
Hickory; iohnson, Lillian Ashton, Goldsboro. 



Sixth Row: 

Jones, Judith Louise, Winsfon-Solem; Kline, Pofrieio Annobel, 
Roanoke Rapids; Lesley, Jo Anne, Reidsville; Leoch, Jean, 
Raleigh; McClellon, Nancy Marie, Guilford. 



nth Row; 

McCuistor, Gail Lorraine, Burlington; Merrick, Susan Eliz- 
abeth, Asheville; Mewborn, Faye McNeill, Farmville; Miles, 
Barbara Faye, Burlington; Morgan, Dorothy Ann, Smithfield 



Eighth Row: 

Mulvey, Jane Bolton, Greensboro; Nicholson, Elizabeth Corr, 

High Point; Oliver, Martha Elizabeth, Pollocksville; Poin- 

dexter, Martha Ann, Canton; Puckett, Sherry Lou, Guilford 

College. 



Ninth Row: 

Reade, Mary Winn, Durham; Renger, Joan Helen, Alb 
Rhyne, Mary Miller, Lincolnton; Ross, Martha Frances, Albe 
marie; Russ, Ruby Marguerite, Waynesville. 



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First Row: 

Shelburne, Mary Helen, Alpha Delta Pi, Greensboro; 
Shuler, Lois Allie, Hendersonville; Sowers, Jo Ann, 
High Point, Stoinbock, Jone Potterson, Delta Gamma, 
Jacksonville, Flo.; Strader, Celia Jo, Greensboro. 



Second Row: 

Totsey, Condoce Ann, Oxford; Turner, Barbara Lynne, 
Staten Island, N. Y.; Turner, Nancy Elizabeth, Cory; 
Valentine, Mary Hobbs, Nashville; Venoble, Biilie 
Joyce, Charlotte. 



Third Row: 

VonWiller, Roberta Linda, C 
Julie Ann, High Point, Willie 
boro; Wilson, Carolyn Potric 
Lucille, Apex. 



:ihio; Wendler, 
Aivene, Carr- 
Yotes, Helen 



Nursing students 




to step out and point the town mauv 




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"You don't know what it's meant to me, Oggie, sitting next to you all these years!' 



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GRADUATE SCHOOL 




William W. Pierson 

Dean 



The Graduate School offers advanced and specialized studies 
to qualified students who have completed work leading to a 
bachelor's degree Graduate work leading to the master's 
and doctor's degree is offered in most of the Arts and Science 
departments. Professional graduate curricula are estab- 
lished in Business Administration, City and Regional Plan- 
ning, Dentistry, Education, Library Science, Public Health, 
and Social Work. Graduate work is offered in thirty-nine 
Schools, Departments, and Curricula. 



First Row: 

Addington, Lorry Holbrook, Asheville; Aumon, Wiley 
Eugene, Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa, High 
Point; Austin, Thomas Earney, Hickory; Baker, Ho 
Cleo, Zebulon; Boucom, Alvis McDonald, Phi Mu 
Alpha, Pi Kappa Phi, Farmville 



Second Row: 

Barnard, Margaret Ann, Asheboro; Biggerstoff, Doyle 
Ronald, Shelby; Bradley, Winnifred Louise, Rocky 
Mount; Browne, James Nicholos, III, Alpha Koppa Psi, 
Wilmington; Bucy, Robert Earl, Cumberland, Md. 



Third Row: 

Cameron, Everett P., Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Delta 
Koppa, Ballard Vole, Mass.; Canter, Jomes Alton, 
Alpha Koppo Psi, Sigma Nu, North Wilkesboro; Cor- 
rera, Richard Nestor, Durham; Caiin, John, Jr., Fol - 
onsbee, W. Vo.; Clork, Allen Keith, Bridgeton, N. J 



Fourth Row: 

Coble, Floyd Garland, Jr., Chi Phi, Greensboro; Col- 
bert, Robert Stephen, Tau Epsilon Phi, Chapel Hill; 
Dentiste, Poul George, Greensboro; Dessouky, Yehio 
Mostafa, Cairo, Egypt; Dickinson, Allon Webster, 
Springfield, Mass. 



Fifth Row: 

Eckhoff, Oscar Bradley, Sigma Gommo Epsilon, Ches- 
ter, S C ; Eudy, Joseph Daniel, Chapel Hill; Ferguson, 
Lindsay Coble, Koppo Sigma, Durhom; Fossum, Patricia 
Mary, Miomi, Flo ; Grecnway, Clarence Edward, Beta 
Gommo Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa, High Point. 



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First Row: 

Griffin, Elton Grody, Wilson; Guoto, Shonfi Sworup, 

Pi Mu Epsilon, Delhi, India: Horrill, Barbara Jean, 
Shelby; Heoth, Robert Winship. Phi Beta Kappa, 
Phi Eta Sigmo, Pi Mu Epsiion. Siqma Nu, Sigma 
Xi, Chapel Hill; Hicl<nian, Eddie Powell, Pi Kappa 
Alpha, Enfield. 



Second Row: 

Hill, Elaine Rondolph, Brevard; Nines, Franklin 
Bannon, Jr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Psi Omega, Horts- 
ville, S. C; Iqbal, Mohammad, Pi Mu Epsilon, 
Lahore, Pakistan; Itoboshi, Kiichi Teddy, Tokyo, 
Japan; Joekson, Helen M., Winston-Salem. 



Third Row: 

Johnson, Edward Stokes, Delta Upsilon, Phi Beto 
Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma. Pi Mu Epsilon, Chapel 
Hill; Joyner, Edno Stokes, Pinetops; Joyner, John 
Russell, Farmville; Jung, James Moser, Kannapolis; 
Kabler, Milton Norris, Roonoke, Va. 



Fourth Row: 

Klimaszewski, Albert John, Wheeling, W. Va ; 
Lanier, Daniel, Jr., Phi Beto Sigma, Sigma RhD 
Sigma, Bath; Lanier, Gene D., Phi Sigma Pi. Con- 
way; McAllister, Sarah Billopp, Covington. Va.; 
MeClure, David, Alpha Kappa Psi, Bangor, Me. 



Fifth Row: 

Mitra, Suiit Kumar, Orissa, India, Nori 
Phi Beta Kappa, Chapel Hill; Olewii 
Austin, Harrisburg, Pa.; Orr, George 
Hill; Oxford, Rebo Dean, Granite Falls 



Sixth Row: 

Porrott, Blanche Ellen, Chapel Hill; Pinkerton, 
John Wesley, Pikeville, Ky ; Pittman, George Leon, 
Phi Chi, Rho Chi, Micro; Pritchett, James Ronald, 
Creswell; Roiford, William Patrick, Jr., Alpha 
Kappa Psi, Greensboro. 



Seventh Row; 

Rankin, Frank Lafayette, Jr., Mount Holly; Rosser, 
Henry Thomas, Hamlet; Ruth, John Moore, Alpha 
Chi Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa, Pittsboro; Schmidt, 
Robert H., Chi Psi, Forest Hills, N. Y.; Setiler, 
Alice Lake, Hickory. 



Eighth Row: 

Shepherd, Phyllis Ann, Winston-Salem, Siddiqui, 

Mohammed M., Lahore, Pakistan; Simmons, R. 

Robinson, St. Anthony Hall, Lawrenceville, Va , 

South, Stanley A., Boone; Speir, Ashley Cobb, Jr., 

Tarboro. 



Ninth Row: 

Steinkomp, lla Wright, Little Rock, Ark ; Teague, 
Eleanor A., Alpha Tau Kappa, Beta Sigma Phi, 
Phi Alpho Theta, Pi Kappa Delta. Chapel Hill; 
Teague, Robert Lee, Jr., Phi Delta Kappa, Chapel 
Hill; Vance, Allen Lefty, Koppa Alpha, Bristol, 
Tenn.; Vero, Andrew James, Alpha Kappa Psi, 
Roanoke, Va. 



Tenth Row: 

Walker, Woodrow Wilson, Delta Sigma Delta, 
Burlington; Warren, Joan Patricia, Winston-Salem; 
Wheliss, Joseph Denson, Phi Gamma Delto, Rock- 



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J'm O'Daniel 

President 




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The Pharmacy Senate was founded at the University in 1940. Membership is limited to 
thirty members from the School of Pharmacy. The purposes are to stimulate and increase 
knowledge and appreciation for the profession of Pharmacy, to promote interclcss co-opera- 
tion within the school, and to teach pubMc speaking as a foundation for future leadership. 



First Row Bill Boily, John Borringer, Shirley Bumga 
Ernest Corrawoy. Second Row. Chorles Copses, 
Dutton, Tom Froley, Hoiel Green. Third Row: 
Hinton, Jim Inobinet, Dorothy Johnson, Melvin Ker 
Fourth Row Von King, Bill McDonald, Don Miller 
Miller. Fitth Row; Bernie Nonce, Arthur Schlagel, 
Sloop, Carole Soles. 



rdner. 
Gene 
Hugh 



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SCHOOL OF 
PHARMACY 



The first recognized School of Phormacy in North 
Carolina and at present the only institution for phar- 
maceutical education in the state was established here 
at the University in 1897. Through the years under 
capable instruction and leadership, the school has 
received high rank among the accredited colleges of 
the nation. 

In the beginning of the fall semester of 1955, 219 
students were enrolled in the four classes. The degree 
of Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy will be awarded to 
38 graduating seniors at commencement exercises of 
the University of North Carolina in June. 

The School of Pharmacy benefits by the use of edu- 
cational facilities of various departments and schools 
within the University. After a year's apprenticeship 
and a comprehensive state examination, a graduate 
of the School of Pharmacy is prepared to function 
effectively as a professional pharmacist. 




FACULTY 
Seated Dr. Fred Semeniuk, Deon E. A. Brec 
H. Hortung, W. W. Toylor. Standmg 
John Andrako, Dr. L. Neelokonton. 



■cht. F. C. Hammerness 
H. O. Thompson, B. F. 



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Pharmacy School Offrc. 
Council Representative, 
Wiley Harrell, Vice-Pn 



; Lionel Perkins, Men's Honor 
Jackson, Secretary-Treasurer; 
t; and Von King, President. 



Officers of the Fourth Year Class are Ernestine Boker, 
Secretory-Treasurer; B. N. McDonald, President; and Zeb 
Keever, Vice-President. 





FOURTH YEAR 



First Row: 

Andrews, John Warren, Kappa Psi, Winston-Salem; Baker, Ernestine, 

Kappa Epsiion, High Point; Ball, Harold Lee, Kappa Psi, Mors Hill. 



Second Row: 

Barber, Ronald Edward, Clinton, Borbour, Joseph Parker, Jr., Burlington; 

Barringer, John Marshall, Phi Delta Chi, Carthage. 



Cameron, Marcus, Phi Delto Chi, Sanford; Colema 
Kappa Psi, Burlington; Coley, Walter Newton, Stem. 



Fourth Row 
Dawkins, Willii 
Jr., Kappa Psi 
Gibson. 



m Atlas, Jr., Phi Delto Chi, Mount OIn 
Roanoke Rapids; Gardner, Ellyn Ma 



Doyle, Lewis 

, Kappa Epsil 



Fifth Row: 

Grahom, Henry Neill, Albemarle; Greene, James Simpson, Kappo Psi, 

Glen Alpine; Harrell, Wiley Clevelond, Kappa Psi, Virginia Beach, Va. 



First Row: 

Isaac, Douglas Woodrow, Marion; Jackson, Sara Alice, Chi Omego 

Kappa Epsilon, Lumberton; Keever, Zeb Thomas, Jr., Lincolntcn. 



Second Row: 

Kendrick, Melvin Clyde, Phi Delta Chi, Chapel Hill; King, Von Hill, 

Kappa Psi, Wilmington; Lore, Saro Fountain, Sanford. 



Third Row: 

Lowder, James Franklin, Kappa Psi, Albemarle; McCorkle, Mack Elmo, 
Kappa Psi, Roxboro; McDonald, Joanne Schell, Kappa Epsilon, Fort 
Wayne, ind. 



Fourth Row: 

McDonald, William Russell, III, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Delta Chi, 
Hickory; Meroney, Corl Porter, Phi Delta Chi, Murphy; Morris, Stephen 
Corroll, Phi Delta Chi, Four Oaks. 



Mueller, Reinhold Ernest, High Point; Perkins, Lionel Parker, Jr., Kappa 
Psi, South Boston, Va.; Polk, John Woyne, Kappa Psi, Morshville. 



Sixth Row: 

Rollins, Stuart Wingo, Kappo Psi, Winston-Solem, Schlogel, Arthui 
Port, Jr., Phi Delta Chi, Chapel Hill; Sherrill, Fred Lee, Jr., Phi Delta 
Chi, Conover. 



Seventh Row: 

Sloop, Roger H., Kappa Psi, Rho Chi, North Wilkesboro; Upchurch, 
Julion Emmett, Kappa Psi, Spring Hope, Wilson, Joseph Helsobeck, 
Phi Delta Chi, Rural Hall; Woodard, Nancy May, Kappa Epsilon, Hamlet. 




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THIRD YEAR 



First Row; 

Barefoot, Loretta Jean, Kappa Epsilon, Asheville; Barger, Charles Glenn, 
Kappa Psi, Hickory; Bolton, James Cener, Koppo Psi, Rich Square; 
Bullock, Benjamin Walter, Creedmoor. 



Second Row: 

Bumgordner, Shirley W., West Jefferson; Butler, James Gene, Phi Delta 
Chi, Morganton; Butler, Robert Dean, Phi Delta Chi, Morgonton, 
Carraway, Ernest Leroy, Jr., Kappa Psi, Williomston. 



Third Row: 

Carter, Lee C, Phi Delta Chi, Garland; Carter, Lewis Harold, Kelford; 
Chandler, Peggy Black, Kappa Epsilon, Chapel Hill; Charles, Fred 
Richard, Phi Delta Chi, Winston-Salem. 



Fourth Row: 

Clay, Albert Sidney, Ovford; Copses, Charles Peter, Phi Delta Chi, 
Charlotte; Courts, Ben Corter, Phi Delta Chi, Reidsville; Crumpler, 
Wilbur Aubrey, Roseboro. 



Fifth Row: 

Evans, Dallas Mason, Kappo Psi, Greenville; Foster, Robert Willi< 
Greensboro; Freeman, Pete Delon, Koppa Psi, Asheboro; Hall, Hor 
Glenn, Jr., Slier City, 



Sixth Row: 

Horrell, OIlie Cecil, Colerain; Harrington, Gerald Kelly, Kappa Psi, 
Santord, Hollowell, Aubrey E., Edenton; Huckoby, Byron Taylor, Koppo 
Psi, Winston-Salem. 



Seventh Row: 



ton; Keenui 
Jr., Lillmgto 



IS, Roanoke Ropids, Jones, Alpheus, Jr., Warren- 
le, Kappo Epsilon, Hazelwood, Kelly, Leo Curtis, 



Eighth Row: 

Lanier, Billy Worth, Buie's Creek; Leonard, John William, Kappa Psi, 
Lincolnton; Mast, William Herndon, Koppo Psi, Sugor Grove; Miller, 
Donald Joseph, Koppo Psi, Roleigh. 



Ninth Row; 

Phifer, Fred Owen, Koppo Psi, Morshville; Pipes, Janice Lou, Kappo 
Epsilon, Asheville; Revelle, George Raleigh, Kappo Psi, Woodland; Rich, 
Renus Edgar, Jr., Harmony. 



Tenth Row: 

Roberts, Stephen Burgin, Marshall; Shcek, Mary Sue, Koppo Epsilon, 

Yodkinville; Smith, Alfred Gene, Elizabethtown, Smith, Joe Ephriom, 

Kappa Psi, Connelly Springs. 



Eleventh Row: 

Snider, Larry Glenn, Phi Delta Chi, Eagle Springs; Whitehurst, Paul 
Adams, Murfreesboro; Williams, Charles Slater, Koppa Psi, Durhom; 
Zambito, Joseph, Goldsboro. 




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Officers for the Third Year Class are Loretto 
Barefoot, Secretary-Treasurer; Ernest Carrowoy, 
President, ond Bill Most, Vice-President. 



Second Year Class officer- 
are Dorothy Johnson, 

Secretary-Treasurer; Bill 

Boily, Vice-President; one 

Seth Miller, President 




SECOND YEAR 



First Row: 

Adams, Challie Edward, Jr., Kannapolis, Alexander, Beniomin Tillman, 
Jr., Kappa Psi, Charlotte; Austell, Ronald Lowery, Shelby; Bailey, Wil- 
liam Bronnan, Kappa Psi, High Point. 



Second Row: 

Beale, Garland Wood, Jr., Kappa Psi, Potecasi; Beale, Jesse Jordan, Jr., 
Raleigh; Bostic, Russell Alton, Pink Hill; Buie, Wayne Melvin, Kappa 
Psi, Winston-Solem. 



Bullock, John Chester, Jr., Chapel Hill; Carter, Donald Kermit, Dallas; 
Chapman, Donald Kenneth, Winston-Salem; Clay, James B., Oxford 



Fourth Row: 

Davis, David Ramsey, Sigma Nu, Williamston; Dilland, George Johnston, 

Willord; Dixon, Charles Thomas, Chapel Hill; Dutton, Gene Raymond, 

Phi Delta Chi, Hickory. 



Fifth Row: 

Foyed, Fred Tucker, Roanoke Rapids; Fleming, Robert Edward, Jr. 

Rocky Mount; Fraley, Thomos Maurice, Kappa Psi, Kannapolis; Fulton 
James Wode, Phi Delta Chi, Winston-Solem. 



George, Prentiss Legarr, Jr., Lincolnton, Green, Hoiel Geraldine, Morris- 
ville; Heoth, Ivey Leinster, Jr., Cove City, Herring, Joseph Dovid, Wilson. 



Seventh Row: 

Hinton, Malory Hugh, Koppo Psi, Middlesex; Hogwood, Ray Gordon, 

Raleigh; Holding, Thomas Elford, III, Wake Forest; Hood, John David, 

Morganton. 





First Row: 

Hooper, F. Lambert, Jr., Sylva. Inobinet, James Lewis, Phi Delta Chi, 
Winston-Salem; Jackson, Williom Corlton, Alpha Tau Omega, Lumber- 
ton, Jomes, Francis Duke, Phi Delta Chi, Mocksville. 



Second Row: 

Johnson, Dorothy E., Harrells; Johnson, Loretto Gray, Kappa Epsilon, 

Harrells, Leory, Dovid Omega, Ahoskie; Leatherwood, Donald Roy, 

Waynesville. 



Third Row: 

McNeill, John Parker, Norwood; Manos, Christine Becky, Fayetteville; 
Morley, Joseph Perkins, Jr., Alpha Phi Omega, Kappa Psi, Southern 
Pines, Marsh, William Luther, Phi Mu Alpha, Motshville. 



Miller, Seth George, Kappa Psi, Raleigh; Morrison, George Arthur, 
Southern Pines; Nonce, Bernie Joe, Salisbury; O'Doniel, James Sidney, 

Jr., Phi Delta Chi, Hickory 



Fitth Row: 

Oldham, James Allen, Wilmington, Owens, 1 

Psi, Whiteville; Porker, Frederick B., Murfn 

Hickory- 



an Quinton, Jr., Kappa 
o; Peile, James Iroon, 



Sixth Row: 

Ponder, William Norman, Hendersonville; Prevo, James Miller, Phi Delto 
Chi, Thomasville; Smith, John Carroll, Elizobeth City, Smith, John 
Hubert, Jr., Holly Springs. 



Seventh Row: 

Soles, Carole Jenrette, Whiteville; Stoots, John Kingsley, Lansing; 

Stowe, Roger Arnold, Gastonio; Walker, Poul Morgan, Chapel Hill. 



Eighth Row: 

Word, Joseph Willard, Whiteville; Willioms, Jomes Edward, Rockingham 
Williams, Lowrence Lonier, Zebulon; Winsteod, Druie Doniel, Kappa Ps 
Elm City. 



FIRST YEAR 



Officers of the First Year Class are Clayton Dean 
Vice-President; Donold Deaton, President, cni 
Jane Welch, Secretary-Treasurer. 



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First Row: 

Allen, Billy Thomas, Raleigh; Bollantine, Lulo Su 

Craig, Raleigh, Bullard, Elizabeth Joonne, Fayette 



Homlet; Boyd, Allan 



Second Row: 

Corswell, Virgilio, Spring Lake; Chandler, Robert Dein 

Chronister, David Lee, Hickory, Cooper, Bill Reid, Monroe. 



Corbett, Freddie Luvon, Selma; Cromley, Robert Irving, Jr., Roleigti; 
Dean, Clayton Lyeriy, Charlotte; Deaton, Donald Jason, Mooresville. 



Duggins, Jack Steven, Chapel Hill; Dunn, Bill M., 
Henry Chalmers, Mooresville; Elkins, Johnny Worr 



annapolis; Edmiston, 
, Fayetteville. 



Fifth Row: 

Farrar, Joseph Ernest, Dallas; GriHin, Williom Russell, Jr., Old 

Haithcock, Jimmy Reid, Mount Gileod; Harrison, Steven Vance, De 



Sixth Row: 

Jackson, P. Donald, Dunn, Johnson, Barbara Ruth, Kinston; 

John Michael, Sanford; Lowe, Carroll Douglas, Coleroin. 



Seventh Row: 

Lynch, Robert Jackson, Apex; McLean, William Jerry, Carthage; Mc 

Swain, Jeon Willard, Shelby; Mills, Walter David, Choriotte. 



Eighth Row: 

Mitchell Russell G., Kappa Psi 
Greensboro; Neal, David Ellison, 
Jr., Fuquay Springs. 



Roseboro; Montgomery, David ^ 
:innapolis; Reuschling, Gordon Nelsi 



Ninth Row: 

Savage, William McDonald, Roanoke Rapids; Thomas, Lorry Wilson 

Dunn, Thompson, Charles Dole, Snow Camp; Vester, Michael Francis 

III, Spring Hope. 



Tenth Row 

Welch, Jane Louise, Washington; 

Wright, Walter David, Yadkinville; 



Womble, Jimmy ( 
Yorborough, Willi! 



ig, Nashville; 
Hardy, Pine- 



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FACULTY 
Seated: Fred B. McColl; M. T. Van Hecke; Mary Oliver, Librarian 
Henry Brandis, Jr., Dean; R. H. Wettoch. Standing Albert Coates; 
Herbert R. Boer; Frank W, Hantt; W. B. Aycock; M. S. Brecken- 
ridge; J. T. DalzeM. 




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NORTH CAROUmA LAW REVIEW 
Walter Horton, Jr., William Graham, Jr., Bobby 
Byrd, David Clinord, and Alexander B 



LAW SCHOOL ASSOCIATION 
Walter Horton, Jr., Williom Osteen, Herbert 
Folk, William Graham, Jr., and William Holt, Jr. 




Page 401 



First Row: 

Agapion, Stephen, Phi Alpha Delta, North Carolina Law Rev 
Greensboro; Bornes, Alexander Hall, Delta Theta Phi, Zeta 
North Corolina Law Review, Associate Editor, Murfreesboro; B 
Worren Donald, Phi Alpha Delta, Charlotte. 



Second Row: 

Brewer, Williom Clarence, Jr., Phi Alpha Delta, Phi Gamma Delta, 
North Carolina Law Review, Jamesville, Byrd, Robert G., Phi Alpha 
Delta, North Carolina Law Review, Editor-in-Chief, Selma, Comeron, 
William Mclver, Jr., Delta Theta Phi, Pi Kappa Alpha, Honor Coun- 
cil, Wilmington. 



THIRD YEAR 



Third Row: 

Cherry, Solomon Gilmer, Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Delta Phi, Roxobel, 
Clinord, Dovid Morion, Phi Beta Koppa, Phi Delta Phi, St. Anthony 
Hall, North Carolina Law Review, Associate Editor; Winston-Salem; 
Enochs, Herman Glenn, Jr., Delto Theta Phi, Greenst>oro. 



Fourth Row: 

Evons, Andre, Phi Delta Phi, Senior Class Treasurer, Ahoskie; Folk, 
Herbert S., Jr., Phi Alpha Delta, Zeta Beta Tau, Greensboro; 
Ferguson, George Wogoner, Phi Alpha Delta, Phi Beto Kappa, Pi 
Ka,:pa Alpha, Charlotte. 



Fifth Row: 

Fountoin, Richard Tillmon, Jr., Delta Kappa Epsilon, Delta Theta 
Phi, North Corolina Law School Association Legislature, Rocky 
Mount; Freed, Moitlond Guy, Phi Alpha Delta, Greensboro; Gems, 
Peter H., Delta Phi Alpha, Delto Upsilon, Pi Sigma Alpha, North 
Carolina Law Review, Law School Association, Chairman of Speakers' 
Committee; Men's Honor Council, Raleigh. 



Sixth Row 



Willi! 



North Co 



, Jr., Phi Delta Phi, Young Democratic Club, 
Review, Associate Editor; Law School Associa- 
tion, Jackson Springs; Guthery, Paul Bennett, Jr., Kappa Alpha, Phi 
Delta Phi; Clerk, North Carolina Low Review, Senior Class Vice- 
President; Charlotte; Hall, F. Wade, Jr., Delta Theta Phi, Master 
of the Ritual; Asheville. 



Seventh Row: 

Harrington, Thomas Sidney, Kappa Alpha, Phi Delta Phi, Henderson; 
Harrison, Fred W., Snow Hill; Holroyd, Frank Jackson, Jr., Beto 
Theta Pi, Phi Delto Phi, Chapel Hill. 



Eighth Row: 

Norton, Homilton Cowles, Jr., Beta Theta Pi, Phi Alpho Theta, Phi 

Delta Phi, Historian; North Carolina Low Review, Law School 

Association, Legislature, Winston-Solem, Norton, Walter Lee, Jr., 

Phi Delta Phi, Chapel Hill; Hudson, Ninton G., Phi Delta Phi, 

Winston-Salem. 




First Row: 

Hudson, Ishom Borney, Jr., Phi Alpha Delta, Clerk; Law School 
Legislature, North Carolina Law Review, Jacksonville; Jones, Jesse 
Macon, Delta Theta Phi, Phi Delta Gamma, Edward; Leonard, 
Colvin T., Jr., Phi Beta Koppa, Phi Delta Phi, Sigma Chi, North 
Carolina Law Review, Greensboro. 



Second Row: 

Lewis, Robert D., Phi Delta Theta, Asheville; MocCaln 
Ian, Phi Alpha Delta, Phi Gamma Delta, Nyock, N. 
Frederick Taylor, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Smithfield. 



Third Row: 

Melvin, Charles Edward, Jr., Chi Psi, Delta Theta Phi, North Caro- 
lina Law Review, Greensboro; Millmon, Robert Bruce, Jr., Phi Delta 
Phi, Young Democratic Club, North Carolina Law Review, Chapel 
Hill; Murphy Romollus Olga, Omega Psi Phi, Havelock. 



Fourth Row: 

Osteen, William L, Delta Theta Phi, President; Law School Associa- 
tion, Greensboro; Rendleman, John Luther, Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi 
Beto Kappa, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Eto Sigma, North Carolina Law 
Review, Salisbury; Roberts, Jomes Edward, Delta Theto Phi, Sigma 
Phi Epsilon, Young Democratic Club; Executive Committee, State 
Secretary, Kannapolis. 



THIRD YEAR 



Fifth Row: 

Rouse, William Edward, Jr., Alpho Koppo Psi, Delta Theta Phi, 
Honor Court, Raleigh; Royster, Stephen S., Delta Theta Phi, North 
Carolino Law Review, Chapel Hill; Rush, John Charles, Alpha Phi 
Omega, Delta Theta Phi, Sigma Chi, High Point. 



Sixth Row: 

Shaw, Eugene Guilford, Jr., Phi Delta Phi, Raleigh; Skinner, William 

P., Jr., Phi Delto Phi, President; Zeta Psi, North Carolina Law 
Review, Elizabeth City; Small, Charles Buxton, Delta Theta Phi, 
Sigma Nu, Elizabeth City. 



Seventh Row: 

Smith, Morton Alan, Phi Alpha Delta, North Carolina Law Review, 
New York, N. Y.; Stacy, Horace E., Jr., Phi Alpha Delta, Phi Gammo 
Delta, Lumberton; Topley, John M., Delta Theta Phi, Chapel Hill. 



Eighth Row: 

Thigpen, Richard Elton, Jr., Delta Theto Phi, Law School Associt 

tion. Notional Moot Court Team, Chapel Hill; Zuckerman, Willioi 

Ellis, Phi Alpha Delta, Greensboro. 





First Row: 

Alspough, James Andrew, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Kappa Sigmo, Greens- 
boro; Bernhordt, Richmond G., Jr., Phi Delta Phi, Lenoir, Bloylock, 
Spencer Lorroine, Jr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Delto Phi, Greensboro; 
Campbell, Jerry Austin, Phi Alpha Delta, Pi Kappa Phi, Taylorsville. 



Second Row: 

Cockman, David Reece, Phi Delta Phi, Franklinville; Covington, 
Benjamin McLauchlin, Jr., Phi Beta Koppo, Phi Eta Sigma, Wades- 
boro; Coward, Jomes Kent, Phi Alpha Delta, Sylva; Crews, James 

Philip, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Delta Phi, Winston-Salem, 



SECOND YEAR 



Third Row: 

Darlington, Fred, ill. Phi Alpha Delta, Pi Gamma Mu, Burlington; 
DeBerry, Arthur S., Jr., Phi Delta Phi, Torboro; Duke, John Edwin, 
Phi Delta Phi, Chapel Hill; Eller, John DeWalden, Jr., Phi Delta Phi, 
Chapel Hill. 



Fourth Row: 

Fowler, Henry Lee, Jr., Phi Beta Kappa, Mount Holly; Frassineti, 
Jordan Joseph, Phi Alpha Delta, Pi Kappa Phi, Southern Pines; 
Holt, William Paul, Jr., Alpha Kappa Psi, Phi Alpho Delta, Greens- 
boro; Johnston, Thomas David, Chi Psi, Phi Alpha Delta, Fayetteville. 



Fitth Row: 

Lotto, uon Richard, Phi Alpha Delta, Greensboro; Lee, James 
Grover, Jr., Delta Theta Phi, Pi Kappo Alpha, Chapel Hill; Mc- 
Doniel, Andrew Holmes, Phi Alpha Delta, Forest City; Murdock, 
Thomas Edward, Delta Theto Phi, Pi Kappa Alpha, Chapel Hill, 



Sixth Row: 

Ogburn, John Nelson, Jr., Alpha Kappa Psi, Delta Theta Phi, 
Greensboro; Parhom, Lewis Hillsman, Jr., Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi 
Delta Phi, Charlotte; Parker, Gerald Corbett, Phi Alpha Delto, 
Hubert; Rich, Dcon A., Beta Theta Pi, Phi Delta Phi, Galesburg, III. 



Seventh Row: 

Sopp, Armisteod W., Jr., Greensboro, Sopp, Robert Henry, Phi Delta 
Phi, Reynolda; Shaw, Charles Collins, Jr., Delta Sigma Pi, Phi Alpha 
Delta, Henderson; Smortt, Lucien Eugene, McClove, Colo. 



Eighth Row: 

Teer, Hubert Otto, Jr., Phi Delta Theta, Durham; Thompson, Wil- 
liam Leonord, Delta Theta Phi, Raleigh; Tice, Douglas O., Jr., Delta 
Theta Phi, Greensboro; Warren, Jesse Lanier, Delta Theta Phi, Sigma 
Phi Epsilon, Greensboro. 



Ninth Row: 

Wotts, Lewis Poindexter, Jr., Phi Alpho Delta, Chopel Hill; White, 
Charles Moyfield, III, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Kappa Sigma, Manson; 
Whitesides, Henry Monroe, Delta Theto Phi, Kappa Sigma, Chapel 
Hill; Winters, Robert Lee, Spring Lake. 




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First Row: 

Allen, Cory Walter, Pi Kappa Alpha, Asheville; Bell, Cal- 
yin W., Rocky Mount; Briley, William Frazier, Pi Kappa Phi, 
Wilson; Broughton, Howard Chalk, Hertford; Burt, Moses 
Cemuel, Jr., Alpha Phi Alpha, Hillsboro. 



Second Row: 

Busby, Christopher Nutter, Phi Mu Alpha, Londis; Butler, 
Jesse Lewis, Chapel Hill; Coiner, John F., Pi Koppo Alpha, 
Greensboro; Conoly, James Halbert, Philadelphia, Pa.; Dob- 
son, Tyson Yates, Jr., Beuloville 



Third Row: 

Downing, Harold Dean, Fayetfeville; Edwords, Joshua Videll, 

Kenly; Ellis, James Milton, Tarboro; Eyons, Dovid Savage, 

Chapel Hill; Flythe, Rudolph, Omega Psi Phi, Conway. 



Fourth 


Row: 


















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Edward 


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Troy 


Clifton 




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Cherryv 


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Hi 


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John 


Randolph, Jr., 


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evard. 





Fifth Row: 

Lee, Richard R., Mooresboro; Lee, Robert Edword 
bury; Little, Robert Eugene, III, Kappa Sigma, 
Long, Allen Baker, Phi Delta Theta, Chevy C 
McCurry, Edgar Woodfin, Pi Kappo Alpha, Shelby. 



Sixth Row 

Mann, Edward L., Charlotte; Moreody, Billy Fran 
Kappa, Goldsboro, Marks, Benjamin Sanford, Jr. 
Tau, Greensboro; Midgette, Robert B., Chapel 1 
Hugh McRae, Chopel Hill. 



FIRST YEAR 



eta Bet< 
Milton 



Seventh Row: 
Overman, Lynwood Ea 
Chi Psi, Woodsdale; I 
dell, William Gorlor 

Charlotte. 



Chapel Hill; Ramsey, James E 

nsdell, Phillip Clifton, Vanna; 

Jr., Varino; Reibel, Worn 



Eighth Row: 

Shea, Sara Anne, Alpha Omicron Pi, Spartanburg, 
Short, William Marcus, Chapel Hill; Slate, Peggy Lo 
Pi Sigma Alpha, Thomosville; Smith, Clyde, Jr., Greer 
Smith, Ritchie, Foyetteville. 



Ninth Row: 

Smith, William DuBerry, Phi Gommo Delfo, Bethel; Snyder, 
Keith Spurling, Lenoir; Stephens, David Longston, Omega 
Psi Phi, Mebane; Suttle, William Woyne, Theta Chi, Marion; 
Tison, Benjamin Thompson, III, Sigma Chi, Charlotte. 



Tenth Row: 

Toms, Herbert Logon, Jr., Shelby; Walters, Nooh Heber, La 
Grange; Wiggins, Richard McKenzie, Foyetteville; Yorborough, 
Charles Hill, Jr., Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Sigma 
Alpha, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Louisburg; Yount, Walter Nicho- 
las, Jr., Concord. 



Anne Wrenn, escorted by Tom Gill, 

is presented o bouquet by Buddy Harper 

upon being crowned Sigma Nu Star Princess. 





Students gain practical experience 
in all phases of television productio 
through the University station. 




As the Yankees go, so goes Carolina. 



Page 406 



SCHOOL OF 



According to Dean McGavran, "Public Health is the 
science of the diagnosis and treatment of the health 
needs and status of the total comnnunity — or body 
politic as an entity." 



PUBLIC HEALTH 




UNC's School of Public Health, the fourth oldest school 
of its kind in the United States and one of the ten North 
American schools accredited by the American Public 
Health Association, incorporates this way of thinking 
into its curriculum. Professional people taking post- 
graduate work learn to function as inter-disciplinary 
community health teams through core courses, lectures, 
lab and field experience. The school, the focal training 
and service point for an integrated state-wide health 
program, attracts students from many other states and 
foreign countries. 







FACULTY 

First Row Bryan, Tyler, McGovron, Hoy, Wright, Chipmon. Second Row 
Chonlett, Kent, MacKinnon, Gorson, Cort, Most, Rebentisch. Third Row 
Cose, Thayer, Morgan, Howell, Lawton, Gahon, Okun, Cossell. Fourth Row 
Gronstron, Cameron, Touber, Gourley, Oolan, Blee, Doak, Hendricks, Larst 



Page 407 



PUBLIC HEALTH ADMINISTRATION, BIOSTATISTICS, AND MENTAL HEALTH 
Seated: Cross, Wu, Sondog, Torabuisi, Doon, Hansen, Chaovanaprieho. Standing: 
Sehwenn, Belen, Wells, Chondrasuwan, Song, Edgerton, Kitpowsong, Indrabhakti 




HEALTH EDUCATION, NUTRITION, MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH 
g: Hopkins, Voorse. Seated Kotju, Gislerud, Reyes do Colon, Rickord, Frost, 
Vosontini. Standing: Klimosiewski, Chorest, Roteliff, Koplon, Bortis, Belue, 
Rhodes, EI-KoFrawy, Pasion. 




Page 408 




PUBLIC HEALTH NURSIS 
ed: Courtenay, Gorrison, Bridgets, Adams, Broker, Parker. Seated, Second Row: 
rison, Gorfunkel, Barringer, Steinkamp, HoKey, Heriot, Floyd. Standing: Jolly, 
5, Rcwe, Thigpen, Dukes, Sharp, Suna, Wolters, Greer, Britt, Raley. 




*J LaJ L=ili> 





Kim, Chip 

Fuller, Pyle, Rochan 

Vonichchoroentham, 

Schneider, Rankin, O 



PARASITOLOGY, SANITARIANS, AND SANITARY ENGINEERS 
Right: Rogers, Snow, Slifkin, Siroonion. Seated Wilson, Sundin, Rigsby, 
■ ■■ do, Ivey, Goulson, Abayo. Standing: Irolu, Sheores, 



tind, Clo 

ajordo, Johnson, Halbe 

er, Tiee, Coy, Lee, Kent. 



Page 409 




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GRADUATION 



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Naval ROTC students receive 
their commissions in the 
Forest Theater. 




Graduates offer each other 
congratulations around 
the Old Well. 




The final goodbye 



Page 412 





The Last Mile 



. . . and finally the end. This is memory crowded into a 
warm spring day . . . nostalgia singing the Alma Mater 
. . . pride of accomplishment in a cap and gown. Now 
the time for thoughts of the future, yes, but more of 
thoughts of the four years post ... of the wonder of 
your school, the comfort of this quiet or not-so-quiet 
hill, of the very nature of the life at Carolina. So here 
is this day. Parents, friends, families, and the rest who 
are here to see the product and result of the years spent 
in study, frivolity, and growth into adulthood. And so 
you soy, "Thanks, Carolina," and turn to face your life, 
but still holding fondly to the recollection that you can 
never forget. 






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Page 414 




Jay Zimmerman 

Business Manager 

Brad Hall 

Assistant Business Manager 




Page 415 




HATHAM 



LANKETS 




MERICA 



with 



BLANKETS 

that are famous in North CaroUna and tlie whole 48 states, 

WOMEN'S AND MEN'S APPAREL FABRICS 

that are distinguished for their quahty and design. 

AUTOMOTIVE FABRICS 

that you see in today's finest cars. 



CHATHAM MANUFACTURING COMPANY 

MILLS AT ELKIN, CHARLOTTE, SPRAY IN NORTH CAROLINA 



Page 416 



PACKS MORE PLEASURE 

because its More 



Perfectly Packer 



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Satis^ yburself y^\\k\. a Milder, Better-Tasting smoke— 
packed for more pleasure by exclusive Accu-Ray 




The more perfectly packed 

your cigarette, the more 
pleasure it gives . . . and Accu- 
Ray packs Chesterfield far 
more perfectly. 



To the touch ... to the 
taste, an Accu-Ray Chester- 
field satisfies the most . . . 
burns more evenly, smokes 
much smoother. 



Firm and pleasing to the 
lips . . . mild yet deeply satis- 
fying to the taste — Chester- 
field alone is pleasure-packed 
by Accu-Ray. 



KING SIZE & REGULAR 



CHESTERFIELD 



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HOWARD .JOIIi\§0.\*S 

R ES TA UHA \ T 

ON THE DURHAM ROAD 



DILLON SUPPLY COMPANY 

Mill — Industrial and Contractors Supplies 

Plumbing and Heating Equipment 

Industrial and Home Water Systems 

Irrigation — Sawmill Equipment 



GENERAL SUPPLIERS FOR 
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 



Raleigh — Durham — Rocky Mount 
Goldsboro 



Congratulations 
TO ANOTHER GRADUATING CLASS 

CAROLINA BARBER SHOP 

"Since 1903" 




Page 418 



CONGRATULATIONS 
TO THE CLASS OF '56 

"The Dairy Store" 

West Franklin Street 

CHAPEL HILL 



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DURHAM 



ROXBORO 













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Durham's Best Store Since 1885 










The shopping center for r 
Eastern and Piedmont Car 
who demand the best in 
quality. 

MAIN STREET — DURh 


epresentative 
olina women 
fashion and 

AM, N. C. 











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A mGmii, 

SQUALLING 
EKTRO^ERT ANP 
WAK NOl^y IN 




Page 419 



The 


Carolina 


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Hosts for the University 






on all 


occasions 








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Opcniting 


lI Diniiif Room 


iiiiJ The 


Qiroliihi Inn Qij 








Finer quality . . . 
Greater selection 



Fowler's 

Food Store 



West Fronklin Street 
Chapel Hill 



Page 420 



For All Your Electrical Needs 



[lectric Construction Company 

Since 1935 

Just Off The Campus 

165 East Franklin Street 
Chapel Hill 



TAR HEEL CLEANERS 


West Franklin Street 


Pick-up and Delivery Service 


Telephone 9-1461 




FOR NEWSPAPER SERVICE, DIAL CHAPEL HILL 9-781 


1 or 8-0456 


L^onara tu la tioni 


to tlie Class of 1956 




FROM THE 

Budjam iHornins J|cralb 

DAILY AND SUNDAY 
AND 


THE 


DURHAM 

EVENING 
Chapel Hill's FAVORITE Daily Newspapers 


SUN 


The Herald-Sun 


Papers and Durham's CBS Stations WDNC and WDNC-FM Are Affiliated 



Page 421 



The Corner Hangout . . . 

For Prescriptions 
For Fountain Service 

SLOAN DRUG CO. 

On the Corner Across from Theater 



Outfitters for the Entire Family 


Since 1914 


BERMANS 


Department Store 


Arrow Shirts — Crosby Square Shoes 


Sampsonite Luggage 




UNIVERSITY NATIONAL BANK 

MEMBER 
Federal Reserve System Federal Deposit Insurance Corp 



THE RATHSKELLER 

imported and domestic 

• WINES • BEER • ALE 

• PIZZA PIES -FUN FOR ALL 


... for 


CHOICE CHARCOALED 

STEAKS 

those who care enough , . . 


THE RAxX< H HOI !^E 

AIRPORT ROAD 



Compliments of 

THE 
VARSITY THEATER 



Page 422 



PETE AND SPERO SAY: 



JOIN THE CROWDS 



at the 



GOODY SHOP 






Compliments of the 

E. A. BROWN 

Furniture and Electrical Appliance 

COMPANY 

Phone 7121 
106 W, Rosemary St., Next to City Hall 



EDGE ON FASHION 



.1 R fi B I n S 



OF CHAPEL HILL 



Page 423 



THE PORTRAITS IN THIS YEARBOOK WERE MADE BY 



SMITH STUDIO 

l^koioai^apke^s 



OFFICIAL PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS 
FOR THE "1956 YACKETY YACK" 



12 EAST HARGETT STREET 
RALEIGH NORTH CAROLINA 



Page 424 



University Cleaners 

^ ^^ m vic i _^ r 

CLEANING — PRESSING 

Chapel Hill, N. C^ 
Plant Phone 9-1901 — Office Phone 4921 



STATIONERY— GIFTS 
SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

Ledbetter-Pickard 

Chopel Hill 




THE UNIVERSITY PRINTERY 

"HANK" HARRINGTON 

East Franklin Street 
Chapel Hill 



UNIVERSITY FLORIST 

AND 

GIFT SHOP 

124 East Franklin Street 
Chapel Hill 



Page 425 




SMITH-CORONA 



TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 

201 East Parrish Street 
DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA 



HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL MAKES OF PORTABLE 
TYPEWRITERS 

Sales if Service -A' Rental 



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Foister's Camera Store, Inc. 

Photographic Supplier for 

the Professional and Amateur 

Photographer 

CHAPEL HILL, N. C. 



Continuous 

Quality 




Durham Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 

Durham, N. C. 




Page 426 



Here's a Bird 

You'll Want to Know! 

Graduate to Greater 
Food Savings 
At Your Friendly 

COLONIAL STORES 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 




L^ompliments of 

FITCH LUMBER COMPANY 




The BANK OF CHAPEL HILL 



CHAPEL HILL 



GLENN LENNOX 



CARRBORO 

Clyde Eubanks President W. E. Thompson __ Executive Vice-Pres. 
Collier Cobb, Jr. Chairman of Board J. Temple Gobbel Cashier 

W. R. Cherry _ _. Asst. Cashier 

Serving the University Community Since 1899 
MEMBER F.D.I.C. 



Poge 427 



SUTTON'S 



* 

Tar Heel's Drug and 
Prescription Shop 



Cosmetics, School Supplies, 
Fountain Service, and Gifts 



Phone 5531 - Store 
Phone 9-8781 - Prescription 





THE 
CAROLINA THEATER 

Appreciates Your Patronage 

• 
NORTH CAROLINA THEATERS, INC. 







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Page 428 



TOWN & COUNTRY HOTELS 



Haywood Duke, President 



The King Cotton • Sedgefield Inn 



Greensboro, North Carolina 




See the ageiii in >oiir doriii . . . 



HONEYCUTT CLEANERS 




ME DID IT 



W^^S^^ 



• Mcintosh Amplifiers 

• Tonnoy Speakers 

• Pilot Tuners & Amplifiers 

• Fairchild Equipment 

• Rek-0-Kut Turntables 

• General Electric Equipment & Parts 

• Tape Recorders & Supplies 
o Gorrard Players 

207 East Franklin Street 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Tel. 5396 



Page 429 



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COVERS KY KiXfiSKHAFT 

KINGSPORT PRESS, INC. 

KINGSPORT. TENNESSEE 



Congratulations to the Class of 1956 




Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company 

Durham — Burlington 




Page 430 



cJLlttie J^kop 



Headquarters 

for 

Carolina Coeds 



Wherever You Go 

Whatever You Do 

Good books ore as close as 
your nearest mailbox 

THE INTIMATE BOOKSHOP 

205 E. Franklin Street 



Compliments of 

IIARRISiS-COXNERS 

Sales and Service 



501 W. Franklin St.— Chapel Hill, N. C. 



BENNETT AND BLOCKSIDGE 

APPLIANCES FOR ROOM OR APARTMENT 



Thanking you for 
your patronage 

WENTWORTH 
6l SLOAN 

JEWELERS 




Rent A NEW Car 



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Corner of 

Franklin & Columbia Streets 

Chapel Hill 

* 
Tel. 8458 



Page 431 





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APARTMENTS 

AND 

SHOPPING CENTER 



CONGRATULATES THE CLASS OF 1956 



Page 432 





It's 




PACE 


IN 


GLENN LENNOX 




For the Finest in 




Furniture and Accessories 




The Finest in Men's Clothing 




BOB COX 



MONK JENNINGS 





The Orange Printshop 

Printers to 
THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 

for over 30 years 
Box 1249 Phone 3781 



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: 
The Chapel Hill Weekly 

The Newspaper That More | 
People Read | 


The Sign of Quality 
Printing in Chapel Hill 


IS 


Colonial ^re^s^ 







Flowers For Any Occasion 



THE CAROLINA 
FLOWER SHOP 



ROBERT ROLLINS 

mim, m. 

832 Broadway New York 3, N^ Y. 



Specialized Blazer Service 

to 

The University of North Carolina 




Compliments of 



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WHEN VISITING CHAPEL HILL 
Remember 



UNIVERSITY MOTEL 

is onv of t'uroiina's finest moivis 



AND 



k'or wi4'akw and sea foods a< their ver> besl. if'.s 

THE PINES 



Highway 54 East 



Chapel Hill 




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Best Wishes Class of 1956 



JULIAN'S COLLEGE SHOP 



MAURICE JULIAN '38 



WATTS 


GRILL 


AND 


MOTOR 


COURT 


Accommodations 


or Dinner Parties 


PITTSBORO 


HIGHWAY 


PHONE 


9-5886 



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LASSITER CORPORATION 

CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA 





THE SOUTHS FINEST ANNUAL 
ENGRAVERS SINCE 1915" 



CHARLOTTE ENGRAVING COMPANY 



CHARLOTTE. NORTH CAROLINA 



ADVERTISEMENTS 

These are fhe businessmen, firms, and companies which advertise 
in your yearbook. Their livelihood depends upon courteous, effi- 
cient service to you as a student and as part of the general 
American public. They need you even as you need them to supply 
necessities and luxuries. Close co-operation between student and 
advertiser will result in a happier and more prosperous life for 
both. 



Chatham Manufacturing Co. 

Chesterfield Cigarettes 

Howard Johnson's Restaurant 

Dillon Supply Co. 

Carolina Barber Shop 

Huggins Hardware 

Long Meadow Farms 

Ellis-Stone of Durham 

The Carolina Inn 

Fowler's Food Store 

The Electric Construction Co. 

Tar Heel Cleaners 

The Durham Morning Herald 

The Durham Sun 

Sloan Drug Co. 

Berman's Department Store 

The Rathskeller 

The Ranch House 

The Varsity Theater 

The Goody Shop 

Smith-Prevost Cleaners 

E. A. Brown Furniture 

J. B. Robbins 

Smith Studio 
University Cleaners 
Ledbetter-Pickard 
University Printery 
University Florist 
Durham Typewriter Exchange 
Fcister's Camera Store 
Coca-Cola Co. of Durham 
The University National Bank 
Charlotte Engraving Co. 



Colonial Stores 

Fitch Lumber Co. 

Bonk of Chapel Hill 

Sutton Drug Co. 

Stevens-Shepherd 

Carolina Theater 

Belk-Leggett-Horton 

Town and Country Hotels 

Honeycutt Cleaners 

Kemp's 

Kingsport Press 

Pepsi-Colo Co. of Durham 

The Little Shop 

The Intimate Bookshop 

Harriss-Conners Chevrolet 

Wentworth and Sloan 

Bennett and Blocksidge 

Hertz Cor Rental System 

Glenn Lennox Development Corp. 

Pace Furnishings 

Town and Campus 

Orange Printshop 

Colonial Press 

The Chapel Hill Weekly 

Carolina Flower Shop 

Robert Rollins Blazers, Inc. 

Nu-Way Cleaners 

University Motel 

The Pines 

Baldwin's of Durham 

Julian's College Shop 

Watt's Grill 

Lassiter Press, Inc. 



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INDEX 



Administration 1 2 

Advertising 414 

Air Force ROTC 229 

Alpha Delta Pi 110 

Alpha Epsilon Delta 300 

Alpha Gamma Delta 112 

Alpha Kappa Psi 310 

Alpha Phi Omega 301 

Alpha Tou Omega 152 

Amphoterothen Society 305 

APRIL 334 

Arnold Air Society 235 

B 
Baptist Student Union 252 

Baseball 337 

Basketba 1 1 270 

Beauty Contest 208 

Beauty Section 210 

Beta Gamma Sigma 299 

Beta Theta Pi 1 54 

C 
Canterbury Club 253 

Cardboard 142 

Carolina Forum 354 

Carolina Ploy makers 144 

Carolina Quarterly 330 

Caught in the Act! 242, 243, 317, 324, 336 

Cheerleaders 130 

Chi Omega 114 

Chi Phi 156 

Chi Psi 158 



Consolidated University Student Council 205 

Cosmopolitan Club 254 

D 
Daily Tar Heel 100 

Dance Committee 265 

Debate Council 122 

DECEMBER ._.. 236 

Delta Delta Delta 1 16 

Delta Kappa Epsilon 160 

Delta Sigma Pi 312 

Delta Theta Phi 307 

Delta Upsilon 1 62 

Dental Hygiene 380 

Dentistry, School of 373 

Dialectic Senate 268 

Dook Float 204 

Dorm Life 266 



Fall 1 28 

FEBRUARY 276 

Football 1 32 

Freshman Class 88 

Future Teachers of America 255 



German Club 278 

Gimghoul 363 

Golf 342 

Gorgon's Head Lodge 358 

Graduate School 390 

Graduation -- - 410 



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INDEX 



Graham Memorial 102 

Graham Memorial Activities Board 105 

Gymnastics 280 

H 
Hogan's 1 46 

I 

Independent Women's Association 259 

Interfraternity Council 150 

I nt ro m u ra I s 240 

J 
JANUARY 256 

JUNE 364 

Junior Class 56 

K 
Kappa Alpha 164 

Kappa Delta 1 18 

Kappa Epsilon 302 

Kappa Psi 314 

Kappa Sigma 166 

L 
Lacrosse 340 

Lambda Chi Alpha 168 

Law, School of 400 

M 
MARCH 318 

Master of Business Administration Club 316 

MAY 346 

Medicine, School of 366 

Men's Glee Club 344 



Men's Honor Council 289 

Men's Interdormitory Council 244 

Monogram Club 332 

N 

Notional Student Association 123 

Naval ROTC 281 

Newman Club 254 

NOVEMBER 202 

Nursing, School of 381 


OCTOBER 124 

Order of the Golden Fleece 292 

Order of the Grail 295 

Order of the Minotours 359 

Order of the Old Well 294 

Order of the Sheiks 360 

Orientation 1 

P 

Ponhellenic Council 108 

Pharmacy Senate 392 

Pharmacy, School of 393 

Phi Alpha Delta 308 

Phi Beta Kappa 296 

Phi Delta Chi 304 

Phi Delta Phi 309 

Phi Delta Thetc 170 

Phi Eta Sigma 298 

Phi Gamma Delta 172 

Phi Kappa Sigma 174 



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INDEX 



Philanthropic Assembly 269 

Phi Mu Alpha 303 

Pi Beta Phi 120 

Pi Delta Phi 306 

Pi Kappa Alpha 176 

Pi Kappa Phi 178 

Pi Lambda Phi 180 

Publications Board 341 

Public Health, School of 407 

R 
Rho Chi 305 



Tarnation! 238 

Tau Epsilon Phi 192 

Tennis 355 

Theta Chi 194 

Thirteen Club 362 

Track 325 

U 
UNC Band 143 

University Club 200 

University Party 331 



St. Anthony Hall 182 

Satu rdcy Club 36 1 

Scabbard and Blade 286 

Senior Class 22 

SEPTEMBER 8 

Sigmo Alpha Epsilon 184 

Sigma Chi 186 

Sigma Chi Derby 352 

Sigma Gamma Epsilon 302 

Sigma Nu 188 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 190 

Soccer 206 

Sophomore Class 76 

Sound and Fury 126 

Spring 388 

Stray Greeks 109 

Student Council 287 

Student Government 320 

Student Legislature 322 

Swi mm i ng 260 



Valkyries 293 

W 
Women's Glee Club 345 

Women's Honor Council 288 

Women's Residence Council 201 

Women's Sports 241 

Wrestling 207 

WUNC 258 

Y 
Yackety Yack 348 

Y-Court 328 

Young Democrots Club 228 

Young Men's Christian Association 248 

Young Women's Christian Association 250 

Z 
Zeta Beta Tau 196 

Zeta Psi 198 



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