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THE LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 




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Published by the students of the University 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



INTRODUCTION 

ADMINISTRATION AND ACADEMICS ... 

Adminisiialion 

Academics 

ORGANIZATIONS 

Faces: Student Union 

Publications 

Fine Arts 

Student Government 

Religion 

ROTC 

SOCIETIES 

Sororities 

Social Fraternities 

Professional Fraternities 

Honoraries 

THE YEAR: THE PEOPLE AND EVENTS 
Autumn 



ATHLETICS 

CLASSES 

Senior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Freshman 

Law 

Dental School 

School ol Medicine 

Pharmacy School 

School of Public Health 

School of Nursing 

Dental Hygiene 

DORMITORY LIFE 




'I have always known 
That at last I would 
Take this road, but yesterday 
I did not know that it would be 
^°^^y-" Narihira 

"We, with all our wounds and all 
our powers 

Must each wait alone with his own 

height 
Another darkness or another 

light ... -g_ ^^ Robinson 



Regarded by various circles as 'The 
Southern Part of Heaven' (though 
few students have been heard to voice 
this sentiment), 'the Harvard of the 
South', and a nest of Communists, 
the University and Chapel Hill pro- 
vide that rather rare sight: Southern 
heterodoxy — Despite dire shouts of 
'Apathy' from the pens of endless, 
indistinguishable Daily Tar Heel edi- 
tors, the fact remains that quite a 



few students do become excited over 
issues brought to their attention. Pete 
Seeger ( the House Committee on Un- 
American Activities' least - admired 
songster) sings, and immediately, his 
appearance is met with cries of 'Com- 
munist!' by the local Young Ameri- 
cans for Freedom and the quixotic 
filters of Chapel Hill; the American 
Legion, who equate singing of paci- 
fist songs with the surrender of 



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America to the Soviet nemesis. A 
Student Peace Union is formed, each 
week the Di-Phi unravels nettlesome 
problems, William Buckley shocks 
conservatives as well as liberals with 
his Rabelaisean metaphors; a mock 
United Nations General Assembly is 
held; liberals and conservatives (the 
Punch and Judy Show of America, 
1963) slash away at one another with 
rusty verbal sabers. 

And somewhere between vocifer- 
ous Daily Tar Heel editors and no- 
torious Daily Tar Heel letter-writers 
and the factitious leaders of partic- 
ular groups — be they Dekes or Stu- 
dent Party members, or Pan-Hell's or 
NAACP members — stands that 
usually unnoticed, unconsulted and 
much-maligned straw man: the Caro- 
lina Student, to whom these lines are 
written, and to whom the following 
question is directed: "What differ- 
ence has the University of North 
Carolina made in my life.''" 

We have devoted years of our lives 
and thousands of dollars (either ours, 
or more happily, someone else's), 
and • — most of us — much anxious 
mental labour in order to obtain a 



degree from this school. And what 
really has it meant ? Look beyond the 
obvious answers of future earnings, 
status, and the good times on campus 
(which will grow even better in 
retrospect) ; what have these four 



years, more or less, meant to our 
lives? The experience that is a uni- 
versity education ideally should be a 
broadening and awakening one. 

We who have lived and worked 
among professors who have spent 
their lives in learning should our- 
selves be more open to ideas, more 
anxious to learn. Ignore the pedants 
and the incompetents; their presence 
has not altered in any way the ex- 
ample of those who seek to learn and 
teach : the professors who exposed to 
our slower eyes and ears new facets 
of Shakespeare; the ones who ques- 





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— though this IS a highly personal, 
debatable and romantic notion — the 
most valuable things acquired in col- 
lege ceme when we are alone with 
ourselves and an idea. It matters not 
what the idea is, so long as we are 
concerned with grasping something 
previously beyond our reach. What js 
important is that we are awakened, 
are struck by the ageless curiosity as 
to the whys.''' and 'wheres.-'' of our 
lives, of all lives. The idea may come 
completely unannounced in the midst 
of the noisiest night of the year in the 
Tempo; drunken philosophizing in 
smoky clamorous beerhalls is not en- 



tioned God and those who exalted 
Him; above all, those teachers who 
lifted our eyes — forcibly in most 
instances ■ — above Y-Court, above 
Woollen Gym and Harry's and fra- 
ternities and dormitories — in brief, 
above the passing parade of manifold 
fun and games, to the lasting ques- 
tions of the mind and heart. 

Anything which draws one outside 
his small circle of problems and con- 
cerns is beneficial; and if during our 
stay in Chapel Hill, we — even once 
— stood and looked beyond this day's 
work and tests and the next evening's 



pleasures and gazed into the swirling 
awful process that is life — if only 
ofice we looked beyond ourselves to 
the stars, then the time has been well 
spent, for one who has looked upon 
stars hesitates to return to earth. Per- 
haps education is essentially the 
cracking of the tough, unyielding 
wall of self-preoccupation, the free- 
ing of one's mind arid — if you will 
— soul, from the tiny confines of 
self-indulgence and concern. It is not 
only by books that we are made more 
knowledgeable, more wise or better 
able to cope with our lives. Perhaps 



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tirely futile. Occasionally, beer breeds 
a valid fresh thought. Or an insight 
may arrive to the visceral beat of 
one of the infinite number of com- 
bos that circle in and about Chapel 
Hill, vying for the fraternity's favour. 
A pair of eyes, equally as intoxicated 
as our ovk'n, sometimes ■ — for an in- 
stant • — become more knowing than 
Plato. Or walking down South Build- 
ing steps, facing the library's chal- 
lenging bulk, the thought may come 
that college is not forever, that all 
lives lead somewhere, and our own 
lives must go on from this small vil- 
lage. But where.'' And why.*" In the 






exquisite agony of these questions lies 
the gift that Carolina has to offer 
each of us. If we have passed through 
this time — when we have been most 
intensely and expertly involved with 
the things of the mind without once 
questioning the nature, purpose and 
destiny of our lives, either we have 
failed the University, or Carolina has 
failed us. If all Carolina has come to 



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mean to us is Saturday's camaraderie 
in Kenan Stadium; collective disdain 
for Duke and Wake Forest and 
State; momentary friendships en- 
gendered by alcohol, the Hot Nuts, 
and madras-butted, heavy-haired co- 
eds; memories of Lenoir Hall food, 
final exams and other unpleasant 
relics that survive not for their sweet 
memorability, but for their sheer 



repetitiousness — if these things are 
all that remain, then our time and 
effort have been a colossal waste. It 
is difficult and painful to think of 
such a large undertaking as having 
been useless, but if we have gained 
nothing more than a class ring and a 
sheepskin and a subscription to 
Alumni Neu's, then we are the same 
as we were when we first came to 




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Chapel Hill. No wiser, no more 
aware than we were as freshmen who 
were awed (all but the most worldly- 
wise of us) by the scope of Carolina: 
South Building (the best-known and 
most - hated building) , the class- 
rooms: Bingham and Murphey, Cald- 
well and Hanes, Saunders and Ven- 
able, at first so new, then grown used 
to, alternately liked and despised. 

As freshmen we responded to 
the hoarse-mouthed exhortations of 
cheerleaders. We never questioned 
their right to demand our fealty, for 
as strangers we gladly swore allegi- 
ance to the welcoming blue and white 
banner. Then it was glorious to im- 
merse one's self in the roaring mass, 
and to sing the song after each con- 
test. If we had won (Walloping 
Wake or Dunking Dook, or whatever 
the alliterative aim), the song rang 
sweet with our calm acceptance of 
our superiority. If we had not won 
the past bauble of the day, our clear 
and true whisky-oiled voices drifted 
through Kenan Woods with the mo- 
mentary sadness of autumnal loss of 
the short-lived melancholy of the 
young who cannot live with darkness. 
After the game we drank to the de- 
lighted "economic lechery" of Harry 
and Sybil, of Spiro, Clarence, the 
Danziger's and the rest of the 
town's beer-peddlers. If we had lost 
to Duke, we drank to the end of the 
momentary world; but if we won, 
then intoxication heightened, not de- 



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pressed our spirits, and we filled the 
town with senseless victory's cries. 

Chapel Hill responds to the Uni- 
versity and ultimately to each of us 
who is a minute fragment of the Uni- 
versity, as sensitively and joyfully as 
any coy maid ever responded to a 
suiter's attention. Stores and restau- 
rants open and close to the tune of 
the students' comings and goings. 
The town of Chapel Hill is a quali- 
tatively different, quieter place when 
the University closes for Christmas or 
semester break — Townspeople at- 





tain a prominence otherwise un- 
known. The trees and ivoried build- 
ings stand out more markedly against 
the sky than when they are surround- 
ed by and filled with the milling 
thousands of students. The village 
is a good place when the students are 
gone, a less frenetic town in which 
one is more conscious (almost to the 
point of self -consciousness) of the 
slow smooth glide of time. Yet for 
all its serenity and beauty. Chapel 
Hill is a dead town alone, and one 
whose character is drained of energy 
and drive. Chapel Hill /.f the Uni- 
versity of North Carolina. The Uni- 
versity is its students, and the indi- 



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vidual student — we the students — 
have partly determined the attitudes 
and atmosphere of this town. It is 
odd, but patently true, that we can 
no more evade our responsibilities as 
students than we can shirk our duties 
as persons in our lives after leaving 
Carolina. For no matter what course 
we have taken, whether we chose to 
dabble in the campus' political mud- 
pies, or to immerse ourselves in dra- 
matics, athletics, or scholastics, or 
whether we chose to remain alone, 



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uncommitted and inactive • — no mat- 
ter what our attitude or actions, we 
formulated a statement reflecting the 
University's influence on us. If we 
dribbled balls or beat our palms red 
in praise of those who dribbled balls 
better than ourselves, it was because 
we found nothing better with which 
to occupy ourselves than the expert 
manipulation of leathery spheroids. 
And if — this is the least obvious but 
the most important — we retired 
within ourselves and concerned our- 
selves with neither books nor fra- 
ternities, nor politics nor sports, 
neither YMCA nor Playmakers — if 
we lived in a stagnant sphere of non- 






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action, it is — again — because either 
the University of North Carolina has 
not offered us the prize worth com- 
peting for, or because we would 
rather concede the prize (whatever 
that prize may be, whether scholastic 
marks or campus fame, as mere self- 
satisfaction) to others who find the 
competition stimulating and who ad- 
judged the search worthwhile for its 
own sake. 

What is to be done if the Univer- 
sity has failed us, or if we have not 
met its just demands? First of all, 
how can the University of North 
Carolina — so long-renowned for 
its liberal traditions, its academic 




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freedom, its stimulating environment 
that lias influenced, molded and per- 
haps inspired such diverse personali- 
ties as Frank P. Graham and Junius 
Scales, Thomas Wolfe and Terry 
Sanford, Luther Hodges and Robert 
Welch — how can this wonderfully- 
varied environment have failed us 
the students? In several ways. The 
simple fact that Craige Dormitory 
lies fifteen minutes from the Old 
Well is a tacit admission that the size 
of the University is rapidly overtak- 
ing its quality. Lying like a sand- 



dripped castle all over the town, with 
the new dormitories as far away from 
the center of campus life (whatever 
that may be), Carolina approaches 
complete objectivity and dehumani- 
zation of the individual student. I 
can only speak for myself, but as a 
freshman whose first lodging was the 
inelegant basement of Cobb, and 
whose second abode was the new- 
smelling suites of Avery, I can say 
that I felt about at home in Chapel 
Hill as a backwoods farmer would 
feel at a Kennedy bossa-nova fete. 




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Perhaps I was overly-sheltered and 
abnormally shy in the midst of know- 
ing upperclassmen and even some of 
my more sophisticated fellow first- 
year men; nonetheless, Carolina was 
more than a little frightening in its 
sheer size. One felt then that it mat- 
tered little whether he learned his 
Modern Civilization (or Social Sci- 
ence, or whatever its present nomen- 
clature) or studied his botany or his 
English 21 (Shakespeare, Chaucer 
and Milton neatly summed up by 
tweedy and intellectually impeccable 





professors). No matter what he did, 
the University continued to grind on. 
This was years ago, and now several 
thousands more are enrolled here. 
The IBM's grow hot with the effort 



of cataloging, processing and dispos- 
ing of the faceless names who some- 
how comprise Carolina. And how 
much more lost must some freshman 
now from Rutherfordton or Clinton 



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or Tarboro (or even the state's sole 
metropolis Charlotte, and its aspiring 
kin Winston-Salem and Greensboro) 
— how much more an unmeaning 
cog must the incoming student now 
feel? Among ten thousand, what is 
one ? Of course the answer is that the 
individual student still can achieve, 
can reach his own goals and can 
carve out his own educational experi- 
ence, bounded only by the limits of 
his own energy, talent and desire. 
But how many are lost in the massive 
conglomerative classes that become 
more and more the rule rather than 
the exception? A personal remark, 
teacher-to-student, means more and 
endures longer than the most erudite 
mass lecture ever can or will. The 
state of education at the University 
is nowhere near the state-witchcraft 
of 1984, but it does border on 1964, 
where professors no longer assign 
papers because the huge numbers of 
themes would require too much effort 
to grade; where bright and amoral 
students take quizzes with impunity 
in packed classrooms for lesser-en- 
dowed but equally uncaring friends; 
and where the student who cares and 
asks is hissed by his seven-score class- 
mates who desire only the uninter- 
rupted hour of note-taking. Intelli- 
gent growth is fine, but it is a 
gluttonous attempt to educate tens of 
thousands within the walls of out- 
moded and ill-equipped classrooms 
which almost palpably bulge with 




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their great burden. Through these 
corridors walk the sorely-tried and 
wondering teachers who, despite their 
critical importance as professors or 
the young — a profession which as 
no other so surely demands their 
whole being — are paid less than 
football coaches and much, much less 
than bank presidents. 

Stricter admission requirements, 
more demanding courses of study, 
and less emphasis on good-natured 
getting along with the gang and 
more stress on superior achievement 
— these must be adopted (and are 
already gradually being put into ef- 
fect) to ward off the galloping thy- 
roidal growth of the school. Some 
students spend hours mastering ma- 
terial which should require only 
minutes; if they are willing to make 
the tremendous effort necessary to 
keep pace, they should be commend- 
ed for their works. But there are so 
many, many people enrolled in this 
University (under the laughable title 
of student) who have no right to be 
here, that the prize self-praise of 
local boosters, "Carolina is the Har- 
vard of the South," is beyond belief. 
If the standards of the University of 
North Carolina are so lax, so utterly 
undemanding — and concomitantly 
unrewarding — that a student can 
graduate from this school never 
having beard of Dante or never hav- 
ing looked into Mendel or Aristotle, 
or without having studied Archi- 



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medes, Marx and Freud — if he, the 
graduate, the representative of Caro- 
Hna, has thus escaped exposure to the 
accumulated wisdom of man's brief, 
curious history, the Universit)' is at 
fault for not supplying these gaps in 
his knowledge. And it is academic 
sprawl, bulbous bureaucratic mis- 
steps, and the misguided, well-inten- 
tioned loose requirements of this 
University that have reduced the 





whether by talent or diligence, or 
luck or cunning, a sufficient number 
of these courses. 

So, Carolina can — and unhappily 
often does short-change and disap- 
point the students. But one-sided 
wrongs are rare in this world of com- 
plex compromises and adjustment, 
and we students have failed the Uni- 
versity. Most of us realize at isolated 
moments that we could have drawn 



value of its degree to a tacitly de- 
valuized scrap of negotiable paper. 
It is negotiable, for apparently those 
who hire young graduates demand 
this degree. But it is devaluized, for 
it means no more than that its holder 
(whether by his honest sweat-flowing 
labour or by slothful slipping through 
or by careful, contained cheating) 
has sat through the prescribed num- 
ber and variety of courses, has passed 




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more from this place's inexhaustible 
resources than we have done. The 
number of books we have not read 
dwarfs those that we have scanned, 
but it is not merely the unread vol- 



umes which bespeak our negligence; 
rather it is the casual way with 
which we have rejected the new, the 
unknown, the challenge, and have 
held fast to the familiar. We were 



either fearful of, or we yawned at, 
the challenges that were daily laid 
before us. The Southerners among 
us who recoiled from intelligence 
and compassionate discussion of the 




desperate relations between negroes 
and whites; the blindly-believing 
super-Nathan Hales' who relegate 
to political purgatory, communism, 
socialism and any government other 



than that by the Constitution of the 
United States of America; the lib- 
erals among us who found solace in 
slogans and whose easily satisfied 
hearts numbed their questioning 



minds until they were able to respond 
only to the slogans of their fellow 
believers. Through fear or slothful- 
ness (certainly not in most cases from 
any lack of mental celerity) , we have 



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appropriately-horrified eyes on a 
movie screen; thirty seconds later, 
we laugh at the Chaplinesque Nazi 
goose-steppers, the gas ovens are for- 
gotten, and we see no connection 
between the passive German citizenry 
which watched while Hitler aspired 
to holy heights and our own attitudes 
of folded hands and meekly nodding 
heads; we who would no more pro- 
test an action of our government, on 
any level, than we would question the 
sun's daily journey. 

Dissipation flourishes in Chapel 
Hill; we all have wallowed in it • — 



met new ideas and concepts with 
closed minds and puerile jibes. 

A student pickets a theatre in pro- 
test against segregation; another stu- 
dent riding past in an automobile 
shouts "nigger lover"! And nothing 
is changed. 

A Nobel Prize-winning chemist 
soberly states that the fallout from 
nuclear tests will kill and deform 
hundreds of thousands of yet unborn 
children; we listen, applaud politely, 
and disperse to restaurants and coffee 
shops to placate our stomachs; and 
none of us moves to act. 

The incomprehensibly murderous 
tale of Auschwitz flashes before our 



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not the wholehearted, self-destroying 
actions of the dope addict or the 
almost-reverent libations of the hope- 
less alcoholic, but more subtle, less 
obvious forms. Dissipation is the 
squandering of talent or time, and 
who of us has not cast away huge 
chunks of his life upon aimless am- 
bling after pleasure or upon purpose- 
ful retreats from some unpalatable 
aspects of life? We who see — God 
knows, we all should be able to see 
by now — that professors' lectures at 
times are something more than im- 
pressive polysyllabic exercises and 
that our minds were made not to 
parrot but to create. We who have 
realized this are derelict toward our- 
selves if we do not act on this know- 
ledge. It is hard to speak of "respon- 
sibilities" and "duties" without ap- 
proaching pedantry, for the abundant 
drivel covering the two words has 
long since repelled students weary of 
good, sound advice; but nonetheless, 
these duties and responsibilities still 
exist, if in no other sense than 
Polonius' much admired and seldom- 
followed admonition: "To thine 
ownself be true." 



It is also difficult to speak without 
lapsing into pathos of our leaving the 
University, to avoid falling into the 
Old Well — Bell Tower — Hark the 
Sound syndrome which is fitting and 
good for class reunions, but hardly 
conducive to any serious speculation 



as to the student, his years here at 
Carolina, and his life afterwards. But 
graduation from college is a dividing 
point, a meridian. On one side of the 



dividing line, the life of a student: 
thousands of hours in classrooms 
positively reeking of shamelessly re- 
peated facts and opinions and of the 




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thousands of students who have sat 
for years in the same varying degrees 
of inattention; the remarkable variety 
of amusements developed by and for 
students; athletic events, Co-Rec car- 
nivals, Sigma Chi derbies. Beat Dook 
parades (though that cultural event 
may have committed obscene suicide ) , 
auctions, dances, beach trips, plus the 
usual, normal amount of everyday 



boozmg. "Give us this day our daily 
circus," we cry and at Carolina, we 
have had circuses with a vengeance. 
Too, in the student's life are the 
usually fleeting moments of reflection 
which approach and recede, but never 
entirely vanish — moments that carry 
with them implications of rushing 
time and future glories — moments 
in which we each arrive, painlessly. 



magically and quite unrealistically, at 
our own particular goals. Each of us 
has felt at one time or another that 
certainty of success that is necessary 
for anyone who thinks or dreams. 

Most of us will be fairly unre- 
markable persons who will lead 
reasonably unremarkable lives. Caro- 
lina — at the very least — gives us 
a fair assurance that we shall not 



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at the anti-democratic word "class") . 
Insofar as our degrees insure (or 
make more likely) our material well- 
being our degrees are beneficial 




starve. The University has erected a 
barrier between us and those who 
did not make the acquaintance of 
patient old Silent Sam and the 
Arboretum's joys, of Chancellor 
House's harmonica and the inimit- 
able Chapel Hill weather. The bar- 
rier is very real — it is a wall be- 
tween us and a different class of 
people (though eyebrows will raise 



zens. But if our degree from Caro- 
lina brings only the stuffs of the 
good, flaccid American life, it is 
worse than useless. 

If — always the almighty /'/ — 
Carolina and Chapel Hill have show- 
ed us that the boundaries of our 



objects, for even the most unworldly, 
Epictetus-quoting soul among us will 
hardly refuse the comforts so easily 
gotten in America by educated citi- 




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flight are all self-imposed, /'/ the 
town and school have showed us 
others who absorbed and, ultimately, 
conveyed not the letter but the spirit 
of education; // we see now the 
tiniest spark of beauty that would 
have otherwise gone unnoticed, and 
/'/ we now can speak of beauty with- 
out embarrassment at the word; /'/, 
because we have lived in Chapel Hill 
and learned at Carolina, we can ac- 
cept other human beings on the basis 



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of our shared humanity; // we walk 
a bit wiser (an awareness of our lack 
of final answers to the meaningful 
questions which constantly ask them- 
selves) for having studied — and 
slept — in the library's depths; // we 
are a bit more content for having 
paid youth's debt and given age its 
promissory note; // the name "Chapel 
Hill," brings to mind the wet red 
sidewalks on a rainy dawn as well as 
golden glasses of beer interlaced with 
infinite cigarettes; /'/, beyond the 
necessary (because human) imperfec- 
tions of Carolina, we remember in 
the end, the freely-given invitation 
to learn, to live and to grow as large 
as we dare, // we remember that here 
at Carolina, we had the chance, 
whether or not we took advantage 
of it, to lose ourselves in something 
larger — /'/ we carry with us 
these impressions and memories and 
thoughts of this University, we may 
truly feel that we are, and will be, 
not only "products" of the University 
of North Carolina, but also architects 
of its spirit and destiny. 



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ADMINISTRATION 





AND ACADEMICS 




"The University has 

an inescapable 

responsibility. . ." 



The University of North Carolina has a comprehensive 
and fundamental purpose in the life of the State. In its 
teaching, research, and service, it touches the lives of 
many citizens and functions as observer, critic, and analyst 
of the life of North Carolina. 

Through its undergraduate programs the University 
seeks to nourish an adventuresome spirit and an inquiring 
mind. It is the center of graduate study where the scholar, 
scientist, and teacher develop their capacities, and through 
their discoveries and applications, the University moves 
forward the constant search for knowledge. 

This mission is central to the total educational effort of 
North Carolina and its economic and cultural well-being; 
and by virtue of these assignments of function, the Uni- 
versity has an inescapable responsibility for the progress 
and welfare of the State and a duty to contribute to the 
world community of scholarship. 

In our time, the responsibilities of universities are 
changing rapidly everywhere in the world. Modern 
science and technology, our increasing global relation- 
ships in business and government, the space age, urban- 
ization, and other important factors are creating demands 
for a higher education unknown at the beginning of this 
century. The effect on higher education is that of greatly 
accelerating demands on all universities for enlarged and 
more diversified teaching programs, particularly at the 
graduate level, for intensive research, and increasing par- 
ticipation in governmental programs. 

We know that universities must do more to provide 
larger numbers of our population, young and old, the 
opportunity to prepare themselves for useful and produc- 
tive lives. The University of North Carolina is a part of 
the world community of learning and a participant in the 
effort of the nation to strengthen its leadership among all 
the nations of the world. 

Each student enrolled has a part to play in the effort to 
maintain and improve the position of the University of 
North Carolina for this mission of leadership and con- 
structive service. The trustees, faculty, and administrative 
officers commend you in this endeavor. 

UUilliam Clyde Friday 

Preiideiit of the Consolidated 
Uniiersit)' of North Caroli)hj 



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"UUe are privileged to 
be a citadel of truth . . ." 



The work of the University reflects the labors of many 
minds; and its success may be found in the totahty of 
vision, sacrifice, and work of the students, faculty, ad- 
ministration, alumni and friends of the institution. We 
can take pride in the fact that the student body has in- 
creased on an average of 500 students a year for each of 
the last five years, and further, that the University has 
been able to secure resources for teaching and learning 
commensurate with the growth in the student body. How- 
ever, we assert that this growth is not a true measure of 
success or improvement. The great universities of tomor- 
row will be those who proceed now to study, to anticipate 
and to interpret the implications of the space age on every 
facet of human endeavor. 

The University of North Carolina was fathered by 
rebellion against oppression and mothered by vision of 
freedom. It is an instrument of democracy, a capstone of 
public education in the state, a cultural center for all our 
people and a place in which leadership is encouraged. 
One of its most precious attributes is freedom of inquiry 
and discussion, or, to put it another way, this University 
has traditionally enjoyed a minimum of meddling of the 
free flow of ideas in its search for the truth. Thus we are 
privileged to be a citadel of truth as well as a center of 
learning. In this respect the University of North Carolina 
is excelled by no other institution of higher learning. 
Even though the future may not bring to us physical re- 
sources comparable to the leading institutions in America, 
there is nothing to preclude us from utilizing fully our 
freedom to prepare for the future. In short, if we are long 
on vision and human effort, we shall enjoy a high measure 
of success because this University in fact will be providing 
the kind of education which will be necessary for the 
leaders of tomorrow. 

UUilliam Brantley Rycock 

Chancellor of the Lhiiversity of 
North Carolina at Chapel Hill 



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AUiviiiN 1 ;> 1 iv/\i ION 



The administration — doctors and deans — function for 
the student. University and education. They lend time 
and effort towards equipping UNC with competent and 
dedicated staff members, revising various curriculum and 
academic standards, and regulating affairs concerning 
financial policies. They have the power to fix tuition 
rates, to confec degrees and whatever else they may de- 
cide is best tfpTOniote the interests of UNC. 





The CunsiiliJateJ L'nivcrsity building located on l-rankhn street is the 
administrative nerve center for the co-ordination of Woman's College, 
State, and Carolina. 

The Ions hall on the second floor of South Building leads to the College 
of Arts and Sciences as well as the Director of Admissions and Dean of 
Student Affairs. 

Students in the hectic twice-a-year rush to pre-register for courses in the 
basement of Hanes Hall. 




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Donald Benton Anderson 

Plot oil of the ConuAiddtcd Vniicrsh) 

of Norib Carolin.i 




Frederick Henry Weaver 
5<i ic/./n n\ ihi' Cunsoliduted Uniieisity of North Carolina 




Charles Milton Shaffer 

Director of Dei elopinentjl Affjirs of /he 

Vnitersily of North Carolina 



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Henry Toole Clark, Jr. 
AJmhiislrator of Health Affairs 



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Charles Cecil Bernard 
Dhector of Admissions 





William G. Long 
Dean of Met! 



Kathenne K. Carmichael 
Dean of Women 





Charles Henderson, Jr. 
Dean of Student Affaiii 






James Logan Godfrey 

Dean of the Faculty of the 

University of North Carolin.i 



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George Alexander Heard 
Dean of the Graduate School 



Joseph Carlyle Sitterson 

Dean of the General College 

Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences 





Arnold Perry 

Dean of the School of Education 




Maurice Wentworth Lex- 
Dean of the School of Bns/nt 




Arthur Emil Fink 

Dean of the School of Social V'oil 



Nerval Neil Luxon 
Dean of the School of journaliini 



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ACADEMICS 



The University of North Carolina, considered to be one 
of the best state universities in the country, exists to 
sustain old traditions and stimulate the growth of new 
ideas. Our primary reason for being here is to gain knowl- 
edge and intellectual stimulation which is basic to an 



appreciation of many other aspects of university life. At 
Carolina one will find countless opportunities for growth 
and enrichment outside the classroom as well as in. The 
thoroughness, the extent, of an education will depend 
on the degree to which one utilizes these opportunities. 




Venable Hall is considered to have one of the nation's largest and most complete chemistry facilities. A student here is performing an experiment in one 
of the numerous laboratories. 



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plague the Carolina scholar as he buries himself in the 
Mnn lit rXC's extensive million xdlume Wilson Library. 





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CRROLinR: ITS RCflDEmicmns 




ALFRED T. BRAUER, Ph.D., 1928, Ph.D. habil, 1932 (Uni- 
versity of Berlin), Kenan Professor of Mathematics, is well 
known for his lectures, not only in the United States, but also 
in West Germany, East Berlin, Switzerland, and England. He 
is a member of the Mathematical Association of America, 
North Carolina Academy of Sciences, and the Elisha Mitchell 
Scientific Society. In a search for a better understanding of 
mathematics, he has published more than eighty papers in 
scientific journals. Among Dr. Brauer's awards are the Science 
Research Award of the Di-Phi, and a grant received in 1956 
from the United States Air Force. Dr. Brauer's main concern 
is for the success of his students, whether they be freshmen or 
Ph.D. candidates. 



The Ydcki'ly Yack is proud to present ten of the more 
outstanding professors of the year. To these men we are 
deeply indebted for all they have given us, not just in 
stimulating classroom lectures or in laboratory experi- 
ments, but in the practical knowledge of becoming 
mature men and women during our years at Carolina. 



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JOHN B. CHASE, JR., Ed.D., 1952 (Virgmia), Associate 
Professor of Education, is currently chairman of the Under- 
graduate Division of the School of Education. He is a member 
of the National Science Foundation's Advisory Committee on 
Elementary School Science, the John Dewey Society, and is on 
the Editorial Committee of the National Science Teachers 
Association which involves him in the writing of an extensive 
series of monographs over the next 15 years. Dr. Chase's pri- 
mary interest is in Science education, and he is a Fellow of the 
American Association for the Advancement of Science. He was 
selected in 1961 by the American Association of College 
Teachers of Education as one of 25 superior education teachers 
in the Southeast. Dr. Chase is a frequent contributor to numer- 
ous professional journals, and has written several books. 



.SAMUEL S. HILL, JR., Ph.D., 1960 (Duke), Professor of 
Religion and Chairman of the Department of Religion, is well 
known to students through his many popular courses. Dr. Hill 
i^ a member of the National Association of Bible Instructors 
.ind the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. He has 
traveled extensively in Europe and Latin America, and attended 
Cambridge LIniversity on a 1955 Rotary International Fellow- 
ship. Dr. Hill's field of special interest is religion in the South 
from theological, sociolo.gical, and historical standpoints. He 
has written several articles for The ChriUian Century, and is 
currently engaged in writing a book, tentatively entitled The 
Rise .Dili Decline of Prvlestaiitism In The South. 



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1. CARLTON INGRAM. Ph.D., 19^1 (Cornell). Professor of Eco- 
nomics. He is a member of the Southern and American Economic Associa- 
tions, and the Asia Society. To gain information on his specialty he has 
worked and studied in Thailand, Puerto Rico, and Canada. Dr. Ingram 
IS listed in the Americmi Men of Science, and was a I960 recipient of a 
Faculty Research Grant from the Social Sciences Research Council. He is 
currently writing for a U. S. government economic publication entitled 
FdClors Affecting the U. S. Balance of Payments. Dr. Ingram has written 
numerous articles for economic journals and has served for the last two 
years as the Mana.eing Editor of the Southern Econuniic jotirn.il. 





DONALD R. MATTHEWS. Ph.D., 193.^ (Princeton), Associate Pro- 
fessor of Political Science, is primarily interested in American politics 
and is currently engaged in research on Negro political participation in 
the South. He is the Director of the Political Studies Program here at 
Carolina, and is a member of the American, Southern, and New England 
Political Science Associations. Dr. Matthews has published many articles 
in professional journals and has written several books including The 
Social Backg,roiind oj Political Decision-Makers, and United Slates Sena- 
tors and Their World. Among his honors is a Senior Award for Research 
on American Governmental Affairs from the Social Sciences Research 
Council. Dr. Matthews' outside interests include tennis, sailing, and jazz. 




MAURICE A. NATANSON, Ph.D., 1950 (University of Nebraska), 
Professor of Philosophy, is particularly interested in contemporary Euro- 
pean philo.sophy, especially existentialism and phenomenology. Teaching 
is a meaningful part of Dr. Natanson's life and his classes are extremely 
stimulating, made even more so by his lively sense of humor. He was a 
Scholar and a Fellow of the American Council of Learned Societies which 
last year sponsored him while he studied in Switzerland. Dr. Natanson 
has been invited to be a Distinguished Visiting Professor at Pennsylvania 
State L'niversity for the Spring term of 196.^. He is the author of many 
articles, essays, and books which include A Critique of Jean-Paul Sartre's 
Ontology, and Literature. Philosophy, and The Social Sciences: Essays in 
Existentialism and Phenomenology, 



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CHARLES N.REILLEY, Ph.D., 1952 (Princeton), Professor of Chemis- 
try, has done extensive research work in many phases of chemistry. He is 
Past-Chairman of the Division of Analytical Chemistry, American Chem- 
ical Society, and the editor of a continuing series of volumes entitled 
Adiances In Analytical Chemistry and Instrumentation. Dr. Reilley 
studied in Switzerland under a Guggenheim fellowship in 1961. His 
classes are popular with students as he is well known for his ability to 
explain difficult material in a clear manner, and he conducts his classes 
in a personal atmosphere. Dr. Reilley believes it very important that his 
students look at chemistry from its practical applications in every day 
living, and he is always willing to discuss problems with his students. 




H. K. RUSSELL, Ph.D., 1931 (Univerity of North Carolina), Professor 
of English, was a 1960 recipient of the Tanner Award for Excellence in 
I'ndergraduate Teaching, and received in 1951 a Faculty Study Fellow- 
ship from the American Council of Learned Societies, He is a member of 
the South Atlantic Modern Language Association and the National Coun- 
cil of Teachers of English. Dr. Russell has traveled extensively and taught 
in the American L'niversity of Beirut, 1924-1927. He is the co-editor of 
A Suie Uiiitersity Surreyi the HiDiutniiies, and Literature in English. 
Dr. Russell's course in English and American Fiction of the Twentieth 
Century is a popular one amon.g Carolina students. He enjoys teaching 
literature because "ideas become valuable when we see what people do 
with them — the people who write, the people in fiction, and the people 
in classes here in Chapel Hill." 





JOSEPH CURTIS SLOANE, Ph.D., 1949 (Princeton), Professor of Art, 
is also Director of the Ackland Art Center. His major research areas and 
teaching specialties are 19th and 2(>th century paintings. Among the 
societies he is a member of the National Council on Arts and Educa- 
tion, the College Art A.ssociation, and the Southeastern Art Museum 
Directors Association. Dr. Sloane has published several books including 
French Painting Between the Past and Present, and he is a frequent con- 
tributor to such periodicals as The Art Bulletin, Art Quarterly, and The 
journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, His hope is to "make the art of 
the past and present a genuine, as well as a significant part of the lives 
of students who will be artists themselves." 



GEORGE V. TAYLOR, Ph.D., 1950 (University of Wisconsin), Asso- 
ciate Professor of History, is a member of the American Historical Asso- 
ciation, the Society for French Historical Studies, and the Southern 
Historical Association. Among Dr. Taylor's awards is the 1958 Tanner 
Award for Excellence in L'ndergraduate Teaching. He was also a recipient 
of a Fulbright Research Fellowship in 1953 for study in France. An active 
author, he has contributed to many publications, among them the Atneri- 
can Historical Review. Dr. Taylor is now engaged in writing a book 
entitled French Capitalism at the End of the Old Regime. Dr. Taylor's 
objectives as a teacher are "to promote understanding and compassion 
with peoples of the past, and responsibility to those of the present and 
future." 




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FACES: STUDENT UNION 



Graham Memorial is a brick structure, but, moreover, it 
is a portfolio of faces. The faces are many and diverse; 
animate and inanimate. Observation of them reveals the 



people and activities which are housed in this campus 
institution. 





1 he desk has a face which is busy, involved, and responsible. Somehow it reflects the man 
sitting behind it: Howard Henry, director of G. M. and a JiH.^ent worker for the student 
body.' 

His face covered with makeup, Hal Holbrook projected the character and 
philosophy of Mark Twain to the Carolina audience. His performance 
was a feature of the G. M. Series. 



,. :- M contents of the \cnJiim iii.ijnne look 
appctizini; at this instant. Maybe it s going to be a 
snack; possibly it's a quick lunch. 



Its face reads "Meetings Today," and a coed checks its listing to see if the 
committee will meet in Roland Parker I or in Woodhouse. 




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Studied faces watch the chess game with complete attention and concen- 
tration. Thoughts of tomorrows quiz are put aside for a while. 



Two faces are clothed in darkness and soft music at a Saturday 
night dance in the Rendezvous Room. 




Behind the glossy face of an eight-ball, students engage in a game of billiards. "Chicago," anyone? 






Peter, Paul and ITIary 
Headline Fall Program 

Peter, Paul, and Mary highlighted the lineup of Graham 
Memorial activities for this year. These three folk singers 
of international popularity caused Memorial Hall to be 
packed with enthusiastic listeners twice in one evening. 
Petite Dramatique began the season with The AUracle 
Worker: free flicks included Giant. Roman Holiday, and 
many other films. Combo parties were held after football 
games and at various other times throughout the year. 
Behind this full schedule was the Graham Memorial 
Activities Board, which planned and coordinated the 
year's presentations. All phases of activities were aimed 
to reach out to the Carolina student via his academic, 
recreational, cultural, and social interests. 



bobR^aiJco PuuJciit 



Lejl lo right: Dan Moore, Vice-President; Cecil Collins, Secretary; Betty Oliver. Prama; Bill Selden, Social; Jack Hill, Music; Sam Blumberg, Publicity. 




Page 50 



Dance Committee Assists 
at Public Functions 

The University Dance Committee members, distinguished 
by their blue and white rosettes, provide the University 
with able enforcement of the Campus Code at public 
University functions. With the help of advisor Bill 
Harriss and the cooperation of the organizations spon- 
soring the dances, the Committee enjoyed a most active 
and successful year. 




Martin Berke Freedland, Chairman 



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Coulter 

Finger 

Fitzpatrick 

Freeman 



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Homesley 
Howard 
Jacobs 
Langley 



Levinson 

Paul 

Pepper 

Read 

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Rumsey 

Siegel 

Stonestreet 

Willingham 

Winston 




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PUBLIC ATIO NS 




The Pub Office is small, but some important decisions are made within 
its confines. 



U.P.I, machine brings in international news coverage to the Daily Ta 
Heel. 



Faye Webster, managing editor, gives filing instructions to Wrci editors. 




Academic freedom manifests itself in University publica- 
tions, where students express ideas with conviction. 

The Publications Board supervises this freedom, which 
is evident in the Yackety Yack's style and candor. 

The Carolina Handbook represents a free approach to 
the Carolina Way of Life, with its attractive summary of 
events and organizations for the new student. 

The Carolina Quarterly exhibits literary freedom in its 
fine selection of short stories, poems, and articles. 

Frank editorials and fiery letters-to-the-editor . . . Jour- 
nalistic freedom resides in the Daily Tar Heel, which 
boasts a competent staff of on-the-scene reporters and 
first-hand accounts of campus and national news. 

A creative freshness and an open-minded statement of 
beliefs. . . . This is freedom at Carolina. 



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QUARTERLY: Larger Undergraduate Staff 



The Carolina Quarterly, the student-edited literary maga- 
zine, continued to publish outstanding student writings 
from this campus as well as works of promising writers 
from around the country. This year, contrary to past tra- 



dition, the staff was largely made up of undergraduates 
to facilitate stronger contact with student writers. Regular 
meetings provided greater insight into the problems and 
required techniques for publishing quality writing. 



Lejl to right: Peter Krones, Henry 
Woodhead, Jim Cornell, Louis 
Bourne. Editor; John Dunne, 
David Garnett, Larry Lepionka. 




HRRDBOOK Increases Graphic Coverage 



A grey and orange cover, increased pictorial coverage, 
new faces, and different page formats marked this year's 
Handbook. The book has, for many years, been sent to 
freshmen and transfers as an attempt to answer questions 



about college in general and U.N.C. in particular. The 
current Handbook not only strived for additional infor- 
mational coverage, but also included more graphic mate- 
rial to provide a picture of Carolina life. 



Left to rinbt: Peter Hawes, Susan Keel, Frost Branon, Business Manager; Harry Lloyd, Cole Waddell, Assistant Editor; Martin Lancaster. 




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DTH Covers ITIississippi 
Episode 




Chuck Wrye, Jim Clotfelter, Cu-Eilitur 



Over the violent objections of the American Legion and 
Gov. Ross Barnett, the Daily Tar Heel struggled through 
another year with the dedication to the sometimes bat- 
tered principle that students want to know what is hap- 
pening; that students want to read what fellow students 
are writing about these happenings; and that, somehow, 
the Daily Tar Heel can help accomplish these goals. 



News coverage and editorial controversy centered 
around such topics as the Legion's proposed investigation 
of Communism on campus; the Oxford, Miss, riots (re- 
ported on the spot by nine DTH writers) ; and the open- 
ing of honor council trials. Layout became more subdued, 
campus news coverage was given preference, and the edi- 
tors filled the editorial column daily with pleas for pencil 
sharpeners and attacks on everybody and everything. 



NEWS STAFF, lefl to right: Putzel, DeLung, Gabriel. Jones. VCyler, Spearman. 



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>PORTS STAFF, ht/ i,, ,,:^,ji- H.aiicUi. W nh.uu-,. birinii. Ball. Bulkley. 



ADVERTISING STAFF, left to right: McConnell. Dalton, Oberdorfer, 
Franklin. 



Dave Morgan, Business Aianager 




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The Old College Try 
Comes Through Rgain! 



Okay, so our dear and glorious editor only gave us two 
pages. So here we squeeze ourselves in with a few highly 
exclusive shots, trying to illustrate our sophisticated staff 
as it works diligently toward another blue-ribbon pro- 
duction. Due to the dingy surroundings of our tiny cell 




"This IS tor you, Mom!" Editor Louis Legum whispers .is he strike 
dignified pose amidst old annuals, old paper cups, old papers, old . . 



Sam Applegate. Business Manager: "This is what you get from watching 
too many of them 'Untouchable' shows. I can't help it if I got itchy 
fingers — the Boy Scouts didn't do such a good job on me after all." 




'If that darn editor of ours would stop playing Napoleon so much, maybe 
my ulcers would be a little more sympathetic. Just goes to show you: 
a hole in a tyrant's head isn't worth one in a managing editor's stomach ! " 
John Howe confides in Faye 'Webster. 



"Gee, you find the funniest things in the wholesome fruit department 
nowadays. The champagne may not be 100 proof, but our blood pressure 
is !" The wholesome group includes Martin Lancaster, Steve Dennis, John 
Lansche, Jimmy Harris, Billy Robinson. Bill Carter, Sonja Floyd. 



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in G.M., we decided to display ourselves in some places 
where you would least expect to find us. (N.B. Some of 
the more esoteric captions and comments were provided 
by Louis Legum.) 

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"Really. I've tried Bufferin and Anacin, and the whole works, but this 
has given me the best relief I've ever had ! Got any Renuzit for the floor ?" 
screams Cole Waddell to Charles Chinnis, Carol Morde, and Bob Speight. 



"Yes, Tricky Dick used us in his California campaign, and since we were 
so successful, we thought we'd try our luck with the '63 Y,3ck." Politikers 
are Dick Fowler, Lee Lokey, Judy Browning, Sara Camlin, Margaret 
Colison, Cathy Underbill, Grace Brinkley, Dick Gelberman. 




"That's right. The Y.ick is doing a pictorial \ i rsn in > >\ ( /i pjuj in living 
sex this year. Liz, Richard, and I-ddie coukln t li.iM iiiikIi mnrc fun in this 
Nile scene!" (Those in deep water are Dick Zaik. Sherry Stone, Warren 
Sams.) 




'AH right, so we're pushing Weejuns on the side. We've got to make a 
little cash with that graft-minded editor and business manager snapping 
up all the profits." (Capitalists-at-hand are Jay Densraore, Ann Ogden, 
Ginger Bell, Neil Thomas, Popie Carter, Harold Levinson.) 



"With all that 'cut expense accounts' talk in Washington nowadays, these 
girls will never balance the Yack budget !" Moving up to Schlitz are Sam 
Blumberg, Barrie Bayerle, Carol Poetzsch, Carolyn Plott, Bill Davis, and 
Sue Grimes (who has moved!). 



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FINE 



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characters in the Playmaker's Oiil] in Ah 



Variety aptly describes the core of the tine arts at U.N.C. and its influence on 
campus, for here at Carolina the possibilities for activity and expression are 
almost limitless. 

The dramatist is exposed to his art in many ways. The Carolina Playmakers 
have, for many years, produced major shows and original one-act plays. Petite 
Dramatique, an activity of Graham Memorial, has come to prominence in recent 
years as an amateur drama group. 

Hill Hall is constantly filled with music activities — Glee Club, band, chorus, 
concerts. And upstairs, in the practice rooms, students work in solitude at their 
practicing. One of the most spontaneous music developments which invaded the 
campus this fall was folk singing. Born solely from the interests of local students, 
the folk singing groups have gained quite a following. 

To look into Ackland Art Center is a fascinating thin?. On one floor is a formi- 





"A little more orange?" ponders Helga Saunders 
student at Ackland Center. 



dable museum, housing traveling exhibitions as well as local 
collections. As an antithesis to this, one finds the studios with 
one student painting, another etching, another sculpturing. Last 
spring, art students revived the annual sidewalk show-sale. It 
was welcomed back with much gusto. 

All of this activity is complemented by campus visits by out- 
standing artists in drama, music, and art. Frequently, they will 
enter the classroom, studio, or whatever, and personally give 
expert advice to the student artists. 

Spontaneity and variety are healthy signs in a university atmos- 
phere because they show that the student artist has channels in 
which to work as well as the interest and desire to create. 



Thursday afternoon finds Glee Club members rehearsing at Hill Hall for 
an upcoming concert. 



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The galleries at Ackland Art Center are constantly filled with paintings and sculpture from the Center's collection, tra%'eling exhibitions, and students' 
works. 



Sandy Moffet sings a ballad in 
full-length play presented by the 


Renegade, an original 
Carolina Playmakers. 


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Playmakers Tour with RHinOCEROS 



The Carolina Playmakers are renowned as one of the 
oldest non-professional theatre groups in the country. 
Included in their strenuous entertainment program are 
original one-act plays, full length shows, and a tour of 
North Carolina towns. This year, the tour production was 
Eugene lonesco's Rlv/wceros. while G»ys and Dolls. 
Tobacco Road. The Chalk Garden, and The Cherry 
Orchard were presented here at Carolina. 

Of particular note this year was the presentation of the 
two hundredth bill of original one-act plays. One-act 



plays have always been an integral part of the Playmakers 
accomplishments since they nurture and encourage crea- 
tivity in writers, scene designers, costumers, and actors. 
Excitement w-as always at a high pitch in the Playhouse 
with tryouts, rehearsals, and performances. The Theatre 
was constantly alive with preparations for an approach- 
ing opening night. Then, after the opening performance, 
there was the cast party, the Tar Heel review, and finally, 
another performance ! 




Is my makeup believable?" ponders young actress before going on stage. Larry Warner appears as Nathan Detroit, and Constance Moses is 

Adelaide in Guys and Dolls. 

Dr. Fauslus was presented in the Forest Theatre last spring. 



Glee Club Cuts "HARK THE SOURD" 



UXC Men's Gltre Club 





"Hark the Sound," an L. P. album of college songs, was 
produced by the U.N.C. Men's Glee Club. The Glee Club 
is the only traveling choral group from the college, and 
this year, as in the past, made appearances in North Caro- 
lina as well as in other eastern seaboard states. 

The season was a busy one for the Glee Club fulfilled 
engagements at University Day, the Yack Beauty Contest, 
Parent's Day, and The Carolina Folk Festival. Tours were 
made in the fall and in the spring, exhibiting the group's 
versatile abilities at singing religious, classical, folk, and 
secular music. 



Lit/ 10 right: 'W'hitmel Joyner, John Quintus, Clinton Coulter, President; 
Bo Edwards, Clyde Grigg, Secretary; Mai King, Vice-President; Don 
Farthing, Treasurer; Dennis Sweeney. 



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Schain Heads LDUnC-FITl 

Don Schain headed WUNC-FM's staff this year as station 
manager. Frost Branon was program director, and Chuck 
Erickson, business manager, of the staff of more than 40 
students that operated the station. Program highhghts 



for the 1962-63 year included the "Carohna Round- 
table," where community members discussed contem- 
porary issues, and "College Football Weekend. " The 
station operated on an assigned frequency of 91.5 mc 
with a radiated power of 50,000 watts. 




WUNC-FM Radio Staff 




Don Schain, Station Manager 



Frost Branon. Program Director 
George Burkhalter, Operations Staff 



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OFFICERS: Robert Greeson, President; Ed Nicholson, Vice-President; 
Roger Strickland, Secretary. 



nriarching Tar Heels 
Perform for Cavaliers 

The show for the Virginia-North Carolina game at Char- 
lottesville was one of the many in which the U.N.C. band 
demonstrated the quality of performance which has made 
it so outstanding. Spirited music and unique formations 
at the beginning of the game and at half-time colored the 
Tar Heel-Cavalier game. Dr. Herbert W. Fred heads the 
band program, which includes the Wind Ensemble, the 
Pep Band, and the Concert Band in addition to the 
Marching Band. 




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STUT^T^NTT i^rivPRNMENT 




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Under the leadership of President H. Inman Allen, Stu- 
dent Government of 1962-1963 sought not only to work 
jor the student body, but also to work through, and there- 
by to speak for, all areas of the campus. In accomplishing 
this, the President chose not to appoint the usual advisory 
cabinet, but rather to maintain advisory staffs which 
delved into particular problem areas of the University 
and were directly responsible to him. 

Further steps were taken to increase and maintain stu- 
dent interest and participation in Student Government 
organizations. Evidence of this interest was seen by over 
six hundred applicants for committee work. 



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Student Body 
Officers 



MIKE LAWLER 
Vice-President 






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LARRY McDEVITT 

Presidential Advisor 



In a greater attempt to hear the voice of the student 
body, an extensive communications program was set up 
largely through the efforts of the Communications Com- 
mittee which, among other things, conducted various 
polls in order to ascertain student opinion. 

The Student Legislature, headed by Vice-President 
Mike Lawler, entered its 33rd and 34th Assemblies with 
fifty legislators representing the various areas of the 
campus. A major piece of legislation proposed the "Open 
Trials" amendment to the Constitution; this amendment 
was ratified by two-thirds of the student body in the fall 
elections and was thus incorporated into the Constitution. 
The Legislature worked very closely with other campus 
organizations in handling needed legislation and by pro- 
viding its support through resolutions and financial bills. 

Much of the value of Student Government lies not only 
in its opportunities for service, but also in its opportuni- 
ties for individual experience, growth, and training. It is 
hoped that this year's Student Government will be re- 
membered for both. 



Through the tightening of organizational affairs, Student 
Government was able to increase membership on most of 
its committees and thus make use of an even larger por- 
tion of unused student ability and creativity. 

The expansion of committees and the promotion of 
greater student interest resulted in outstanding work. 
Prominent national and local personalities visited the 
campus as lecturers, debators, and entertainers. Some 
newer problems were squarely faced through committee 
action. These included such projects as providing the basis 
for the establishment of a Student Co-operative and in- 
vestigating the possibilities of transportation to fringe 
areas of the campus. 

A concept which Student Government attempted to 
deal with realistically was the elevation of the general 
level of educational experience. Steps in this area were 
taken by the Daily Tar Heel in its coverage of matters of 
academic, political, and cultural interest; by class recogni- 
tion of excellence in teaching; by dormitory and organ- 
ization sponsored discussions; and by the outstanding 
work of the Academic Affairs Committee, the Carolina 
Forum, and the National Student Association. 




TONY HARRINGTON 

Presidential Advisor 



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Pint roll-: Philip Smith, Wayne Flye, Page Bradham, Judee Van Vlaanderen, Susan Crow, Brooks Garnett, Kathy Parrish, Jo Brent Miller, Betsy Fitch, 
Tony Harrington, Bob Madry, Second row: Archibald Davis, Ben Willis, Fred Dashiell. Gene Record, Larry Fine, Bill King. 



ORIEniRTIOn STRESSES RCRDEITIICS 



An increase in emphasis on academics and a restyled 
presentation of some of the traditional subjects marked 
this year's orientation. 

All incoming freshmen were required to read Thomas 
Wolfe's Look Homeward Angel for group discussion. 
In these groups also were held discussions on the Honor 



and Campus Codes and on the traditions and philoso- 
phies of the Student Government. 

Climaxed by the traditional Emerson Field outing with 
free food, a semi-formal pep rally, and information on 
the various student groups at Carolina, Orientation pre- 
pared the freshman for the Carolina way of life. 








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FROm mEREDITH TO "BERT DOOK" RHD IPC 
DEBRTED ID 34TH LEGISLRTURE SESSIOR 




MIKE LAWLER 
Speaker 



" . . . Mr. Speaker, I rise to speak in favor of the resolution 
supporting James Meredith's admission to the University 
of Mississippi." Thus, a debate began . . . the denial of 
admission on the basis of race antithetical to democratic 
ideals . . . the resolution passed, and the representatives 
moved on . . . another battle — the SO'y'f rule . . . "Assume 
the rostrum" . . . And the representative spoke on "aca- 



demics as an individual responsibility" ... we should 
support the IFC proposal of individual academic re- 
sponsibility if the person fails in this responsibility . . . 
the individual's education cannot be the total responsi- 
bility of his fraternity . . . the motion passes . . . another 
item of business passed — African Exchange Scholarship. 

It was in the fall . . . "Open Trials." The amendment 
went before the students . . . passed . . . marking a sig- 
nificant position in our continual positive evaluation of 
the Honor System ... a balancing of individual rights — 
that the defendant has the final authority . . . "Mr. Speak- 
er, I move the previous question on the bill to re-organize 
:he Dorm Improvements Committee" . . . vote . . . passage. 

One of the most far-reaching pieces of legislation . . . 
passed . . . reorganized committee shall make detailed 
studies of dorm physical problems. 

The 34th Assembly — one session old . . . clarification 
of student conduct . . . contact the National Merit Final- 
ists . . . the 34th will see much more legislative action . . . 
deliberation shall mark the 34th Assembly as it did the 
first and all previous assemblies, as we act out the tradi- 
tions and dialogue of the very basis of Student Govern- 
ment at Carolina. 




OFFICERS IN 
LEGISLATURE 

Left to light: Arthur Hays, 
Speaker Pro-Tern; Anne 
Lupton, Clerk; Dick Ellis, 
Serjeant-at-Arms; Mike 
Lawler, Speaker ; Ford 
Rowan, Parliamentarian ; 
Rufus Edmisten, Chaplain. 



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JUDICIAL COMMITTEE 

Left to ri^ht: Jean Yoder, Dailey Derr, Charles Cooper, 
Chairman; Phil Baddour. Kathy Livas. 



RULES COMMITTEE 
Le]t to right: Ford Rowan, Brooks Garnett, Bob Smith, Chai 
man; Roy Kirk, Gerald Thornton. Gordon Appell. 




WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE 
LeU to right: Harry DeLun?, John L'lfelder, Margaret Ann Rhymes, 
Larry McDevitt, Dick Ellis, Pat Wilson, Bo Edwards. 



FINANCE COMMITTEE 
Lejt to right: Dick Akers, Bob Jones, George Rosental, Chairman; Bill 
Davis, Franklin Adkinson, Bob Spearman. 




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BflnnER GOES TO STATE 



The Consolidated University 
Council acted as a liaison group 
for discussing mutual problems 
and projects. This year the ban- 
ner of the Carolina-State game 
traveled to State for a year's 
sojourn there. Other projects de- 
signed to better relationships on 
the cultural, social, and academic 
levels were also undertaken. 

This Council is composed of 
student leaders from each of the 
three branches of the Greater 
University, University of North 
Carolina, North Carolina State 
College, and the Women's Col- 
lege. 





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Ptrst row: Inman Allen, Diane Blanton, Donna Bailey, Johnsye Massenburg, Cecil Collins, Judy Clark, 
Bob Rearden. Second row: J. Dan Moore, Richard G. Lewis, James M. Dillashaw, Gerald Thornton, 
Chairman; Mike Lawler, Jojin L. Currie, George Rosental, John McMillan. 



n.S.fl. PROTESTS VIOLEnCE AT fTIISS. 



NATIONAL STUDENT ASSOCIATION 
Seated: Dave Hendrix, Nancy Holt, Harry DeLung, Chairman; Ann Vick, Diane Hile. Sl.mdiiig: 
Sang Woo Lee, Jim Riley, Bill Strong, Bill Bannerman, Mike Bissell, Rick Edwards, Ivars Lamm, 
Mike Putzel. 




The National Student Associa- 
tion began an exciting year by 
coordinating Student Govern- 
ment's protest of the desegrega- 
tion violence at the University 
of Mississippi. N.S.A. further 
served Student Government by 
providing information and ad- 
vice to all committees, the honor 
councils, and the YM-YWCA. 
Several debates featuring na- 
tionally-known speakers were 
sponsored by the committee, and 
an intensive campaign to bring 
other southern schools into the 
Association was begun in co- 
operation with Student Govern- 
ment officers. 



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This year the Honor System 
Commission has taken on four 
major endeavors. The first was 
a pre-election training program 
and examination for Honor 
Council candidates. 

Second was a program de- 
signed to promote better faculty- 
student relations concerning the 
Honor System. 

Thirdly, the Commission 
scheduled fifty talks with the 
major high schools across the 
state. 

The fourth project was a book- 
let to be left when the Commis- 
sion visited these different high 
schools. 



HONOR SYSTEM COMMISSION 
Firsi raw: Kit Turnbull, Helen Holmes, Judy Bryant. Sally James, Gail Barber. Stcond row: Claude 
Freeman, George Bench, Stewart Ellington, Jim Bunn, Bob Rascoe, Richard Barrett, Frank Williams. 
Bryan Simpson, Jr., J. Dan Moore, Tony Miller, Chairman; Rex Savery, Win Bilisoly. 



ATTORnEY GEnERRL'S STRFF UUORKS FOR IDC 



The Attorney General's Staff ex- 
panded this year to include in- 
vestigations of campus offenses 
for the Men's IDC. This re- 
organization also included a 
more efficient handling of the 
cases brought before the Wom- 
en's Council. 

It has been the duty of this 
staff in the past to investigate 
alleged violations of the Honor 
and Campus Codes and to pre- 
sent the facts of these before the 
appropriate council, whether 
Men's or 'Women's. 



ATTORNEY GENERALS STAFF 
First row: Blair Drum. Robin Farr, Buzzy Stubbs, Chairman; Archie Davis, Jim Cobb. Second row: 
Bob Rascoe, Bill Fuller, Bill Hoyle, Julia Haney, Kitty Foill, Anne Metts, Ann Cook, Carol Mathews, 
Susan Thorpe. Bett)- Hemphill, \X'illiam Kirkland, Ed Wilkins. Thnd row: Alex Sarratt, Clay Moore, 
Mickey Blackwell, Tim Oliver, Spenser Barnes, Bobby Wicker, Howard Godwin, Mickey Whitehead, 
Frank Lowry, Bill Davis, Terry Reeves, Richard Shins. Francis Marion Renwick. Bryan Wright, Chein 
Muller, John Morgan, John L. Currie. Wayne Five. 




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COmmiTTEE TRimS BUDGET 



The Budget Committee has as- 
sumed the new job of eliminat- 
ing unnecessary or superfluous 
items in the Budget. For exam- 
ple, it set up a stationary pool 
and removed that item in the 
individual accounts. 

Assuming its primary respon- 
sibility of drawing up a budget 
for the school year, the Com- 
mittee met with the treasurers of 
every organization and deter- 
mined the amount to be allotted 
to each. The Committee met at 
least once a month to review 
finance reports and could have 
called for the explanation of 
any discrepancies. 




BL'DGET COMMITTEE 
Lejt to right: Malcolm Kilpatnck, Joe GnfFen, Gerald Thornton, Sandra Peabody, Bil 
Chairman; Scott Trull. 



BORRD RULES OD FROSH ELECTIOn 



ELECTIONS BOARD 

First row: Elly Goodwin, Mary Marshall, Judee Van Vlaanderen, Gayle Venters. Second row: George 
Zimmerman, Joanne Eagles, Kay Land, Polly Hastings, Chairman; Gail Woodward. Third row: Henry 
Fisher, John Commander. Bob Hale, Blake Tharin, Pete Fowler, Ciary D. Grosbell. 




Thrown into a spotlight at the 
first of this academic year, the 
Elections Board ruled on two in- 
fractions of elections rules in the 
Freshman election. These rul- 
ings marked the special attention 
being given to improve the effi- 
ciency of the election procedures. 
The major issues concerned the 
use of elections laws in re-elec- 
tions and the technicalities re- 
sulting from this use. 

In addition to elections this 
board conducts any necessary 
referendums and reapportion- 
ments. 



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RUDIT BOARD GRIPS mOREY 




The primary function of the 
Audit Board is to supervise the 
Student Activities Fund Office. 
The group also serves as a finan- 
cial control and in an advisory 
role to Student Government. 
Five students appointed an- 
nually, and two faculty advisors 
constitute the membership of 
the Board. 



AUDIT BOARD 
FinI row: Dr. Richard Levin, Advisor; Bob Harwell, Chairman; Mr. John Edwai 
yuir: Ben Willis, Raine Remsburg, Larry Fine, John G. Johnston. 



ds, Ad\isor. Second 



FUnD STAFF SERVES FIFTY-SEVEFI 



STLfDENT ACTIVITIES FUND STAFF 
First row: Mrs. CIco Perry, Miss Ethel Hogan, Mrs. Francis Sparrow. Second rote: Mrs. Maxine Best, 
Mrs. Carole Hertz 



The Student Activities Fund 
Office was organized in 19.1 1 to 
render accounting service to Stu- 
dent Government Organizations. 
In addition to serving Student 
Government the office, the only 
one of its kind in the country, has 
expanded through the years and 
is presently serving thirty-five 
other campus organizations and 
twenty-two fraternities and 
sororities. 




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CflmPUS RFFflIRS PROPOSES CO-OP 



Having a membership of thirty. 
Campus Atifairs Board investi- 
gates problem areas on campus 
and attempts to solve them by 
using many diverse methods. 

A doubled membership has 
enabled the group to handle 
additional work and to expand 
its scope of operations to the 
proposed co-op, cheaper date 
tickets, and a campus transit sys- 
tem among others. 

Campus Affairs Board is, and 
always will be, open to all stu- 
dents for suggested areas in 
which changes are needed. 




CAMPUS AFFAIRS COMMITTEE 
First row: L. Showse, L. Croom, J. Merritt, S. Mintener. H. Wells. Second row: L. Murray, A. Meyer, 
P. Baddour, A. Bailey, R. Skees, B. Barefoot. Third row: R. Taylor, L. Pearlman, C. Kress, B. McNeeley, 
D. Sayre. Fourth row: B. Clawson. R. Lyon, J. Rogers, G. James, N. Jones. 



RCflDEmiC RFFRIRS-iniELLECTURL GORLS 



ACADEMIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE 
First row: Russell Peterson, Judy Johnson. Fred Wedler, Chairman; Lucy Wood, Mike Smith. Second 
row: Carl Rhodes, Gray Temple. Tony Miller. Richard King, Doug Fambrough. 




The Academic Affairs Commit- 
tee has endeavored to strengthen 
the feeling of unified intellectual 
purpose within the University 
community. Our projects and 
ideas reach into every phase of 
student life: Student Govern- 
ment, the classroom, the dormi- 
tory and fraternal units, athletics, 
and freshman orientation. Our 
job has been largely one of com- 
munication and idea- seeking, 
followed by solid proposals of 
action to augment our purposes, 
as stated above, with regard to 
academic improvement and ex- 
cellence. 



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STATE RFFflIRS TELLS REEDS 




STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE 
First row: Missy Westmoreland, Becky Stikeleather, Pug Waddell, Glenda Lackey, Rita Johnson. 
Second row: Leon Barber, Alan Ganderson, Martin Lancaster, Tate Kemper, John Jennrich, Dailey Derr. 
Third row: Alvin Tyndall, Tom White, Tommy Crudup, Bill Davis, Robert Carter, Mickey Blackwell, 
Grafton Bramon. 



The Committee on State Affairs 
attempts to inform students of 
the scope and nature of their 
state university in light of chang- 
ing conditions and poUcies. The 
Committee also strives to educate 
the people of North Carolina 
about the needs of the University. 
Much of this year's work 
includes promotion for the Uni- 
versity for much needed im- 
provements and facilities. 



EnTERTflinmEDT GALORE 



STUDENT ENTERTAINMENT BOARD 
From row: Michael Masten, Sam Blumberg. Bjck row: Lotta Baucom, James Hobbs, Mark Gaber, 
Martha Capel. Phil Smith. Chairman; Susan Matuszak. Alan Saul. Charles Leder, Leonard Routenberg, 
Peter 'West. 



Under the leadership of Phil 
Smith, the Student Entertain- 
ment Board sponsored several 
entertaining functions for the 
student body. 

This committee was estab- 
lished in the spring semester of 
1961 because there seemed to be 
a definite lack of high quality 
entertainment available to the 
student body. 




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FORUm TRIPLES PRESEniRTIOnS 



During the first three months of 
this academic year the Carolina 
Forum presented more programs 
than it had sponsored during the 
past three years combined. 

Addresses by William Buckley 
and Norman Thomas high- 
lighted the year. Other guests 
included free-lance writer and 
social critic Michael Harrington, 
Tasi correspondent Nikolai D. 
Turkatenko, political pollster 
Louis Harris, and the versatile 
Al Lowenstein. 

Former President Harry S. 
Truman, Chester Bowles, and 
Yevgeny Yevtushenko were also 
tentatively scheduled. 




CAROLINA FORUM 

Left to right: Stephen Dennis, Martin Wilson. Charlie Mdss, Martha Cole Glenn, Henr)' Mayer, Chair- 
man ; Patti Perrin, Mack Armstrong, Raymond Chattam. 



CflmPUS CHEST - FLEDGLinC ORGRniZflTIOn 



CAMPUS CHEST 
Left to right: Al Roper, Van Oatts 




"Campus Chest interviews for 
committee co-chairmen are being 
held every day this week from 
4-6 and 7-9 p.m. in the Campus 
Chest office, upstairs in the 
YMCA Buildmg." 

So goes the cry of a new organ- 
ization. The Campus Chest has 
managed to raise money in every 
way from the re-enactment of 
the "Dook" game among fra- 
ternities to a general canvassing. 



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PUB BOARD REnEUUS COriTRflCTS 




The Publications Board supervises the finan- 
cial transactions of the Yackety Yack, the 
Diiily Tar Heel, the Carolina Quarterly, the 
Carolina Handbook, and all other student 
government publications. By serving in this 
capacity, it is directly responsible to both 
branches of Student Government, to the stu- 
dents, and to other interested parties for the 
proper reception and allocation of funds. This 
year these expenditures totaled over $1 19,000. 
The Board's duties range from the hiring and 
firing of student employees, the preparation of 
budgets, and the determination of salaries, to 
the awarding of a printing contract of $35,000 
and even the tracking down of the Tar Heel 
truck. 



PUBLICATIONS BOARD 
Pint roir: Bill Townsend, Jim Clotfelder, Jean Yoder, 
Baird Williams. Second row: Louis Legum, Louis Bourne, 
Fi\)st Branon, Dave Morgan, Mac McConnell. Third row: 
Bill Criswell. 



COmmiTTEE COnDUCTS POLLS 



The Communications Commit- 
tee has vitalized student govern- 
ment activities this year mainly 
through the taking of polls. 
These polls have included such 
varied topics as the legislature's 
power to make resolutions, the 
proposed changes from CUSC, 
and the attraction of the Merit 
Finalists to UNC. 

This committee has conveyed 
the spirit and philosophy of our 
campus to other colleges and to 
a state-wide citizenry. 



COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE 
Left to right: Judy Gray. Nancy Shuford, Owen Bishop, Jack Neal, Alison Webb, Bill McAllister, Bob 
Spearman, Chairman; Bill Graliaiii- 

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DI-PHI ADOPTS nEUJ COHSTITUTIOn 



This year the Di-Phi has been 
distinguished by the adoption 
of a new constitution and the 
renewal of the Di-Phi Debate 
between debaters sponsored by 
dormitories, fraternities, and 
sororities. 

This year has also been marked 
by the large influx of new mem- 
bers, many of whom have had 
previous debating experience. 
With representation from eight- 
een different states, the Di-Phi 
has been able to present a wide 
range of viewpoints in debate. 

Through lively debate on is- 
sues ranging from Cuba to the 
Carolina Co-ed, the Di-Phi has 
continued the 168-year tradition 
of free expression which makes 
it the oldest active debating so- 
ciety in the United States. 




DI-PHI 

r-ml row: Julia Britt Steanson, Roger Foushee, Robert Bullard, Bill Phillips, Nat Dean, Arthur Hays, 
President. Second lou:- Michael Greeson, John Hofley, James Wagner, Wright Doyle, Les Bailey, Joe 
McDonald. Third row: Hugo Spechar, Walter Gunster, Irwin Hyman, Hoyle Broom, Charles Neely, 
)o Lee Loneland. Fourth row: John Freas, Mike Putzel, Tim Tetlow, George Ingram, Ernst Schwintzer. 



DEBRTERs ARGUE noD-communisT communiTY 



DEBATE TEAM 
First row: Haj-wood Clayton, Dr. Donald Springen, Mack Armstrong, Chairman; Nancy Kendall. 
Second row: Charles Heatherly, George Carson, Jimmy Rogerson, Dave Sentelle, Dick Brodeur, Bill 
Patterson, Samuel Jackson III, John Stone, Barry Hyman. 




The Debate Team had a busy 
year debating the question, "Re- 
solved: that the non-Communist 
nations of the world should es- 
tablish an economic community." 
Members of the team attended 
tournaments at Wake Forest, 
South Carolina, New York Uni- 
versity, and Johns Hopkins 
among others. It also played host 
to the Atlantic Coast Conference 
m January. Another highlight of 
the year was the visit of the Ox- 
ford debaters on campus. Out- 
standing debaters were initiated 
into Delta Sigma Rho, a national 
forensic fraternity, in the spring. 



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U.P.: PRRTY OF RCTIOn 




The University Party in its 37th year at Carolina continues 
to prove that it is an integral part of Student Government. 
The party has been changing slowly through the years as 
the demands and interests of the student body change. 
As a political party it no longer merely puts up candidates 
for election. 

This fall the party has done such things as the forma- 
tion of a "complaint board," meeting in the various areas 
of the campus to gain a better understanding of the par- 
ticular problems there, sponsoring a broadcast of a politi- 
cal debate between Morris Abram and William Buckley, 
and the setting up of a campus-wide organization with 
students working in every living area to further interest 
in government. 

The part)' has three purposes : first, to stimulate interest 
in government issues and student problems through 
methods described above; second, to put up the most 
qualified candidates for the various elective offices ; and 
third, to encourage active participation in student govern- 
ment by the students. 



MIKE CHANIN 
chairman 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

First row: Al Snead. Peggy Stephenson. Feryl Simms. Mike Chanin. Second row: Bob Clawson. Rex Savery, Bob Spearman, Larry Fine. Bill Davis, 




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mED'S COUnCIL-REnELJURL RRD OPED TRIRLS 




The 1962-63 Men's Council spent a large measure of its 
time fulfilling the judicial function of enforcing the 
Honor Code and Campus Code. The Council sought, 
however, to go beyond this limited range of duties and 
to lead the University community in a re-examination of 
the positive aspects of the Honor Code and in a renewed 
commitment to its ideals. 

Beginning with Orientation the Council attempted to 
emphasize the philosophy of the Honor System as a 
method of teaching the lessons of honesty and self- 
discipline. The Council instigated a constitutional amend- 
ment which provided for the writmg of an unbiased 
newspaper account of all council proceedings except those 
in which the defendant requested a private hearing. Plans 
were made in cooperation with the faculty committee on 
discipline to have council members visit every academic 
department to urge the faculty to renew their support of 
the concept of self-discipline. 



WALTER DELLINGER 
Chjn ni.iii 



MENS COUNCIL 
First row: George Bensch, Richard Lewis, Whitney Durand, Grant VCheeler, Peter Jason. Second roir: Steve Read. Rex Savery. John Mitchner, Bryan 
Simpson. Raine Remsberg, Pete Wales. Dwight Wheless. 




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uuomEn's council deferds moiviDUflL 



One of the major changes in the Honor System is the 
establishment of open trials ; however, the defendant may 
have a closed trial upon request. The Women's Council 
vehemently opposed the mandatory open trial, but it sup- 
ports the modified change in the Constitution, believing 
that by this system, the rights of the defendant and the 
interests of the community will be protected and pro- 
moted concurrently. 

This Council is the judicial body which has original 
jurisdiction in all Honor Code and Campus Code viola- 
tions. It is composed of eleven women students elected 
bi-annually. All women students, undergraduate and 
graduate, are within the jurisdiction of the Council. 

The principle duty of the Women's Council is to ad- 
minister justice; the secondary obligation of the Council 
IS to educate the students in the realization of honor and 
the acceptance of responsibility. 



BEV HAVNES 
Chairman 

WOMEN'S COUNCIL 
St.ileJ: Lynn Upp, Helen Holmes. Bev Haynes, Carolyn Pinion, Diana Dial, Judy Bryant. SLiiidmg,: Carolyn Martin. Cindy Tibbcts, 
Taylor. Emily Squires, Jan McColskey. 





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IDC imPROVES SOCIAL COnDITIOflS 




The Men's Interdormitory Council took significant steps 
toward improving the social program for dormitory resi- 
dents at Carolina this year. 

The organization, composed of representatives of all 
men's dorms, took the initial step by sponsoring free 
dances at the American Legion Hut after some of the 
home football games and then planned several coopera- 
tive parties for men's and women's dormitories. 

In another related area, the IDC managed to have 
dormitory social fees increased by $.75 per semester for 
all dorm residents. This increase came about as a result of 
a dorm referendum. 

The Council also met the challenge of organizing 
workable dormitory governments in the two new dorms, 
Ehringhaus and Craige. 

The IDC Court also functioned quite effectively this 
year under a new arrangement which channeled investi- 
gations of all Court cases through the Attorney General's 
staff. The Court also clarified its regulations and pro- 
cedures to make a more smoothly-running operation. 



BRUCE WELCH 
President 



MEN'S IDC 
First roiv: Van Daniel, Dave Caplan, Ronnie Joyner, Clark Brewer, Mac McNeir, Wes Collins, Jerry Patterson, Martin Lancaster, Howard Holsenbeck, 
Ed Burt, Tom Henley. Second row: Preston Aldrich, Ronnie Aycock, George Stretcher, Jim Drake, Jerry Odom, John Galloway, Jim Cornell, Ed 
Denton, Dick Ellis, George Rosental, Al Killian. John Wiggs, Mike King, Bob Payton, Doug Jackson. Third roiv: Barry Craig, Jay Densmore, John 
Morgan. Terry Hamrick, Larry Edwards, Jim Ruth, Jim W.iller. Clarence Colburn. John Rec^e. Dun Jackson, Jim Fullwood, Carl Lundeen, Jack Creech. 



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IDC COURT 

Sejted: John Gould, Chairman. 
Sljnding: Jay Densmore, Rex 
Savery, Gordon Appell, Clerk; 
Ford Rowan, Barry Craig. 



IDC EXECUTIVE 
COMMITTEE 

First row: Ralph Moseley, 

Vice-President; Bruce Welch, 

President; Owen Bishop, 

Secretary. Second row: John 

Gould. Court Chairman ; 

Gordon Appell. Court 

Clerk ; Lin Dearing, Treasurer; 

John Mitchener, 

Presidential Assistant. 




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UURC TO SET UP FILE OF TRRVEL 




The Women's Residence Council has taken great strides 
forward this year; a file of study and travel has been set 
up, and scholarships for the contact between the U. S. and 
Europe have been provided for. In addition to tour 
folders the program will include lectures and shows on 
tours. This program will also provide information on 
foreign students coming to the United States and will 
make available to the student information on any oppor- 
tunity to travel, work, or study. 

In an entirely different field, the WRC has created tem- 
porarily a co-ordinator for the freshmen counselors in 
the freshmen dorms. Her primary function is to inter- 
relate the activities of these two dorms, Spencer and 
Nurses, and to attempt to unify all freshmen women in 
this way. This program is expected to expand more in the 
spring with an exploration into the freshman problems in 
an attempt to alleviate them. 



DIANE BLANTON 
Chairman 



WOMEN'S RESIDENCE COUNCIL 
Sealed: Julia Davis, Susan Birdsong, Diane Blanton, Nanc)' Earle, Jan McColskey. First row: Betty Bradner, Kay Covington, Jean Battle, Ilena King. 
Judy Brown, Barbara Gregory, Nancy Provost, Kay Stinson, Beth Smith. Betty Rawls, Martha Fisher, Mrs. Alexander. Advisor. Second row: Rebecca 
Lowe, NancT Butler, C.irolyn Pinion, Susan Woodward, Jackie Padgett, MeiiJcth F.itton. Hcth Borneiii.in 




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The Carolina Women's Council plans many activities to 
enrich dormitory life; such events include dormitory 
breakfasts, bridge tournaments, Christmas dances, and 
other social events. In addition, CWC works with the 
Men's Interdormitory Council in co-sponsoring events of 
interest to both men and women dormitory residents. 

The members include the president, elected in campus 
elections in the spring ; the social chairman and two activi- 
ties chairmen from each dormitory; a representative from 
WAA; Mrs. William B. Aycock, advisor to the group; 
and Mrs. Jerry M. Alexander, ex-officio member from the 
Office of the Dean of Women. 

Carolina Women's Council further functions as a co- 
ordinating body in and among the undergraduate wom- 
en's dormitories. Dorm participation in the social, ath- 
letic, political, and academic phases of life is encouraged 
by the Council members, and through the participation 
there occurs a greater unit)' in the dormitory. 




SHELBY PURSER 
Chairman 



CAROLINA ^X'OMEN■S COLTSICIL 
Sealed: Mrs. Alexander, Judy Alexander. Lyn Ogburn, Shelby Purser, Judy Elam, Betsy Battle, Gerrie Butler. Standing: Lynn Taxis, Betsy Baldwin, 
Donna G. Booth, Genie Goodman, Mary Roberts. Marty ^X'atkins. Lynn Johnson, Nan Ballard, Sandy Dotson, Jo Lee Loveland, Carolyn Plott, Sandra 
Kennedy. Cecile Mayrand, Kathy Love, 'Wendy Swann. Elaine Loren, Ellen Solomon. 




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The YMCA at the University of North Carolina attempts to effect a 
change in the campus atmosphere by providing a forum of ideas in 
which the student body can meaningfully raise critical questions and 
seek accurate answers. This year the YMCA entered a range of pro- 
grams in securing these goals. 

Through the Public Affairs, International Affairs, Human Relations 
Committees, and the Collegiate Council for the United Nations, all 
organs of the YMCA, students this year participated in seminars in 
New York and Washington, in discussion meetings with faculty mem- 
bers, foreign students, and visitors to the campus. 

The great event in the YMCA this year was February's U.N. Model 
General Assembly sponsored by the Middle South Region of the Col- 
legiate Council for the U.N., and hosted by the Carolina CCUN. The 
Model Assembly brought 300 delegates to UNC from forty colleges 
and universities in nine states. 

The community service program of the YMCA emphasized the 

expression of compassion by working directly with the mentally ill at 

Dix Hill, with the homeless children at the Catholic Orphanage, and 

with the physically sick at the hospital in Chapel Hill. The volunteer work done by these committees is a much needed 

supplement to what the hospitals and the orphanage are able to do on their limited budget. 

By providing the means of expression, the YMCA attempts to guide students toward a responsible outlook on life. 




GIL STALLINGS 
President 



YmCR HOSTS U. n. mODEL RSSEmBLY 

YMCA EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Left lo nghl: Gil Stallings, Bruce Cooper, Buzzy Stubbs, Woody Harrison. 




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YMCA CABINET. Seated, left to nji,ht : Allen Huffman, Jr., Jan Langston, Bruce Cooper, Kellis Parker, 
Kent Dixon, Bob Peery. Standing: Woody Harrison, Buzzy Stubbs, Rick Edwards, Gil Stallings, Charles 
Watson, Joe Griffin. 





YMCA becomes fathers to children at Orphanage. 



Freshman Camp: The pleasure before the pain. 



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DONNA BAILEY 

President 



Carolina's YWCA is an interdenominational organization for coeds 
who seek to better understand themselves and their world through 
service to the campus and to the community. The Y's twenty committees 
are divided into three divisions. 

The education division includes a U.N. Model Assembly, trips to 
U.N. Headquarters in New York, discussions of public and interna- 
tional affairs, and work with foreign students. 

The community and service groups work with "Y" Teens, Girl 
Scouts, Dix Hill, Gravely, Butner, and Memorial Hospital. 

Finances, publicity, and "Y" efficiency are handled by the adminis- 
tration division. 

In its effort to meet all coed needs, the "Y" keeps ever present the 
words . . . "What you keep you lose, and only what you give remains 
your own." 



nEUU YORK VISIT HIGHLIGHTS YUUCR YERR 



YWCA CABINET. First row: Mimi Farquhar, Jane Womack, Katherine Creech, Rita Johnson, Ann Hendrick, Anne Summers, Nancy Goodykoontz. 
Second row: Judy Alexander, Marie Overby, Glenda Lackey, Dianne Reynolds, Lee Shepherd. Third row: Robin Farr, Alice Ann Ainslie, Mary Brewer 
Regan, Deal MacArthur, Van Oatts. Not pictured: Ginger CLundufF, Neal Hollingsworth, Katherine Parrish. 




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YWCA members run errands for people at Gravely Sanatorium. 



'Y" helps to entertain children while they are in the hospital. 




\\\ CA KXECUTIVE COUNCIL. Lilt lo right: Judy Brown, Nancy DuPuy, Stuart Austm, Donna Bailey, Judy Bryant. Susie Mintener, Sara CuUen. 




Boy! This is what I lall service. 



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Students are always welcome at 
the Baptist Student Union to par- 
ticipate in a varied program of 
stimulating and creative activi- 
ties. Supper-Study is a main fea- 
ture at the B.S.U. Center on 
Friday evening along with 
vespers and meditation periods 
through the week. Students also 
express their Christian faith 
through special retreats and serv- 
ice projects. 




BAPTIST STUDEDT UniOn 



nEuumnn club 




The Newman Club, a National 
Catholic Student Federation, has 
a chapter at U.N.C. 

The Newman Club aims to 
serve the spiritual, intellectual 
and social needs of Catholic stu- 
dents on the campus. Activities 
during the year are planned to 
balance and meet these needs. 
The Club affords an opportunity 
for every student to deepen the 
significance of his faith and inte- 
grate it into his daily life on 
campus. 

The Catholic Student Center 
IS located at 218 Pittsboro Street 
and meetings are held every first 
and third Sunday in the month. 
Programs feature prayer, discus- 
sion, guest speakers, buffet sup- 
pers and social opportunities. 



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Episcopal undergraduates at 
U.N.C. meet informally once a 
week in the parish house of the 
Chapel of the Cross as the Can- 
terbury Association. In eating 
together, in worship, in discus- 
sion and recreation, they seek to 
understand better their position 
as Christian students enrolled in 
a secular institution. 

The Episcopal Student Con- 
gregation Council coordinates 
the activities of Canterbury with 
those of other groups meeting 
needs of students not repre- 
sented in Canterbury. 



EPISCOPRL STUDEDT COnGREGRTIOD 



LUTHERRD STUDEflT flSSOCIRTIOn 



The program of the Lutheran 
Students' Association is a many- 
faceted one, directing and guid- 
ing its members into worship, 
study, evangelism, service, and 
recreation. A program so inclu- 
sive, aims to prepare one for 
witnessing the love of Christ in 
college and post-college situa- 
tions, in all of their several 
phases. It strives to keep the at- 
mosphere one in which each 
member works for the benefit of 
his fellow student and for the 
joy of his own task. 




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The Bnai B'rith Hillel Founda- 
tion is the student organization 
of the National B'nai B'rith 
Foundation. Hillel exists to re- 
late the Jewish student to his 
heritage of the past, to make him 
aware of his present, and to pre- 
pare him for his future in the 
Jewish community. These objec- 
tives are met through religious, 
cultural, and social activities that 
include not only Sabbath and 
holiday services, but also discus- 
sion and study groups, worships, 
lectures, athletics, and social 
functions. 



HILLEL FOUnORTIOn 



CflROLinR CHRISTIRn FELLOUUSHIP 



Carolina Christian Fellowship, 
local chapter of Inter-Varsity 
Christian Fellowship, is a stu- 
dent group desiring to influence 
other students to accept Jesus 
Christ as the Lord of their lives, 
and striving to grow in Christian 
discipleship through individual 
and group Bible study, prayer, 
discussions, conferences and 
speakers. Besides weekly meet- 
ings, activities include social 
events and dormitory Bible study. 





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The Cosmopolitan Club, open to 
students and townspeople from 
all nations of the world, is dedi- 
cated to fostering world under- 
standing of diverse peoples and 
cultures. Its aims are to give the 
University community a more 
accurate representation of its 
foreign guests and to give the 
foreign student a more accurate 
and well rounded picture of 
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inTERDflTIOnRL STUDEDTS' BORRD 



INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS' BOARD. Kiuelnig: Marie Overby, Pat Bost, Beth Wallace, Susan 
Woodward. Pam Butler, Nancy Butler. Second roir: Al Fairchild, Norman Graham, Rolf Weicher, 
Jerry Ellis, Bill Wells, Ann Palmatier. Dixon Jordan. Re^g Brooker. Sang NX'oo Lee, Klaus Nicklitz. 
James Clark. 




The International Students' 
Board serves as a coordinating 
agency for all campus organiza- 
tions which deal with the inter- 
national student community or 
other international projects. The 
Board also plans programs for 
visiting delegations from abroad, 
plans and administers student 
exchanges and originates proj- 
ects in international awareness 
mcluding the International Stu- 
dent Symposium. 



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Colonel Gorden P Kage 
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Major William H. Klinker 
Execiilire Officer 



Captain Lawrence D. Garrison 
Air Science I and II Instructor 



As the United States Air Force has been recognized as 
America's first line of defense, the A.F.R.O.T.C. is an 
integral part of the University of North Carolina. The 
purpose of the program is to provide a constant supply 
of officer material. 

The A.F.R.O.T.C. enables the cadet to prepare for the 
role of a responsible citizen, a well-trained Air Force 
officer, and possibly a pilot. The training here consists of 
intensive classroom and laboratory work. Principles of 



effective leadership and the importance of military dis- 
cipline are stressed. 

During their junior and senior years, the cadets are 
offered an advanced A.F.R.O.T.C. program. It calls for 
four extra hours of classroom work and two extra hours 
of drill each week. Upon the completion of the academic 
requirement for a bachelor's degree plus four years of 
A.F.R.O.T.C. training, each cadet is commissioned and 
assigned to active duty. 



590th RFROTC CADET GROUP 



CADET GROUP STAFF OFFICERS. Kneeling: E. G. Fulghum, R. S. 
Lennon, R. D. Collins. Stiinding: O. E. Stepp, J. H. Faunce, D. E. Scobie, 
B. Moore, C. R. Brown. 




William H. Holderness 
Cadet Coninunder 





J. L. Young 
Cadet Executire Officer 



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CADET GROUP STAFF XCOs. Utr to riKhi: W. J. Powell. H. E. Poole. J. L, Hodi;es. H. D. Bryan, J. R. Poole, A. T. Taylor, L. 
Howell, S. £. Crites, J. H. Wallace. 




DETACHMENT NCO's. Lejt to right: J. R. Redister. C. M. Long 
C. R. Crawford. 



COLOR GUARD. H. L Flinn, IH. L. A. Peacock 
A. E. Johns. Jr.. H. C. Spring 



Distinguished 

nFROTC 

Cadets 



Lejt to right: ^f.' . H. Holderness, C. M. 
Ferguson, B. B. Greene, D. S. Greene, 
C. R. Brown, W. D. Groom. 




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Squadron I 




Duff S. Greene 
Squadron I Commander 

Squadron II 





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Squadron 2 Commander 

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Tony W. NX'alker 
Squadron 3 Commander 



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Squadron IV 




Bruce B. Greene 
Squadron 4 Commander 

Squadron V 




W illiam D. Croum 
Squadron 5 Commander 

Band Squadron 






^X'atson S. Fox. Jr. 
Band Squadron Commander 




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RRGEL FLIGHT 

The Angel Flight is the auxiliary to and sponsoree ot the Arnold 
Air Society. The purposes of the Flight are to strengthen and 
promote interest in the AFROTC, to aid in the progress of 
Arnold Air Society and the Cadet Corps, to gain information 
concerning the Air Force, and to promote high morale in the 
AFROTC Corps. 

To fulfill these objectives the Angels maintains a full schedule 
of activities. They assist the corps through the planning and 
preparation of coffee hours, the Air Force-Navy Militar)- Ball. 



the Corps Picnics, and other social events. They also accompany 
the Cadets on such occasions as Area Drill Competition and 
Arnold Air Society Area Conclaves. 

This year, as Area Headquarters, the UNC Angel Flight 
has extended its interests to assisting its Sister Flights. 

Though most of Angel Flight's activities take place on a local 
level, it is a National organization with sixty-two Flights within 
the United States. 

As in the past, this has been a full and rewarding year for the 
c;irls who wear the silver wings and Air Force blue of the 
Aneel Flight. 






Sealed: Judy Tyson, Nanq' Teideman, Linn Sitton, Judy Johnson, Commaiideri Elaine Morrison, Linda Pearce, Nancy Tillman, Dolly Isom. Second 
row: Mary Ann Noble, Kay Johnson, Pat Crissman, Diane Lynn, Shelia Sherrill, Gail Robinson, Kana Bray. Back row: Janice Moore, Ann Moody, 
Vicki Hinnant, Sally Laws, Leslie Cloyes, Harriet Pope, Kay Ledgemood, Mitzi Eskstein, Deanna Darr, Susan Erickson. 

flRnOLD flIR SOCIETY 



Arnold Air Society, founded in 1947 in honor of General "Hap" 
H. Arnold, is a national honorary organization composed of 
selected sophomore, junior, and senior AFROTC Cadets. The 



Society, to promote interest within the Cadet Corps and in the 
Air Force, offers a wide variety of programs from speakers and 
films to social events. 



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Lejt to right, fint luw: A. Davenport, ]. J. Reid, Jr., C. R. Brown. J. L. Voung, Cummjiidey: R. A. Pinson, D. E. Eury, Adjittjiii Recorder; 
J. R. Poole, Comptroller; G. W. Lynn, "jr.. Informal/on Officer. Sljiidiiig: \X'. H. Holderness, Jr., H. E. Poole, E. G. Fulghum, M. M. Schnitzer, 
P. M. Dearing, D. E. Scobie, W. E. Gunster, D. E. Gallagher, B. B. Greene, Sgt. At Arms; E). S Greene, R. D. Collins, T. \V. Walker, W. S. 
Fox, Captain L. D. Garrison, Adviser. 

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The Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps at the Uni- 
versity of North Carolina is one of 52 such units estab- 
lished at many of the best colleges and universities for the 
purpose of providing the United States Navy with a sup- 
ply of well trained officers. Through the NROTC pro- 
gram a student many receive his commission in either the 
Line or Staff of the Navy and the Marine Corps by com- 
pleting successfully his four years at Carolina and by 
taking eight semester courses in Naval Science. 

Several activities are presented at the unit, including 



nROTC 



the unit newspaper, the Rifle Team, and mtramural activi- 
ties. The Drill Team and Drum and Bugle Corps repre- 
sent the NROTC in many outside activities such as the 
"Beat Dook Parade" and the Christmas Parade. The 
Quarterdeck Society is composed of representatives from 
each midshipmen class and it is this group that organizes 
non-official functions such as class parties and dances. 




Captain John Spencer 
Professor of Naval Science 





Commander F. W. Hollowell 
Executive Officer 



STAFF. Center: LCDR R. Moore. Second roiv: LCDR P. S. Shearer, 
Major E. R. Laine, Jr. Third rou; Lt. J. W. Harkin, Lt. (jg) H. H. 
Harrell, Lt. (jg) G. A. Smith. Bad run : S. O. Slay, SKC; A. E. 
Smith, CMC; J. W. Woody. FTC; D. E. Parker, GYSGT; H. S. 
Suggs, QMC; C. L. Rogers, YNC. 




Leon G. Cliadwick, III 

Mid'n Captain 
Battalion Commander 








Peter D. "West 

Aiid'n Commander 

Battalion Executive Officer 



BATTALION STAFF (FALL). Center: Midn LCDR R. H. Stonaker, 
Jr. Second row: Midn Lt. (jg) J. W. Gould, Midn Lt. G. A. Evans. 
Back row: Midn CPO J. W. Beeton, Midn CPO W. M. Bullard, 
Mid'n CPO R. L. Singletary, Mid'n CPO D. A. Caplan. 



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Donald Heenan 

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Commander of "B" Company 




Douglas Smith 

Mid'n Lieutenant 

Commander of "C" Company 




Robert Bolan, Jr. 

Mid'n Lieutenant 

Commander of Drum and 

Bugle Corps 



Robert Crates 

Mid'n Lieutenant 

Commander of Drill Team 



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QURRTERDECh SOCIETY 

First rou:- E. G. Michaels, R. C. Crates, J. K. Houghton, L. G. Chad- 
wick, R. H. Stonaker, Jr., W. L. Ward, J. L. Peddicord. SecoiiJ row: 
T F Scott, Jr., A. B. Sims, L, L. Wagenseil, J. F. Ruday, V. D. 
Kolodzici, A."E. Millis. Jr. 



COLOR GURRD 

Left to right: A. G. MacFadyen, Jr., H. J. Ouderkirk, 
Captain; C. H. Battle, Jr., J. W. Smith. 




RIFLE TERm 



Kneeling: A. E. Millis, Jr., Alternate Captain; L. G. Chadwick, Cap- 
tain; D. E. Parker, Coach. Second row: J. L. Peddicord, L. L. Wagen- 
seil, K. R. Furr. Back roiv: T. R. Bellman, W. O. Poteat, Jr., H. ]. 
Weiler, G. E. Mittendorff, J. R. Etienne. 



CUTTER STRFF 

Left to right: R. S. Bolan, Jr., P L Baker, Editor: G. M. Ingram, 
L. H. Niirns, K. B. Massie. I.t. J. W Harkm, Adiisor. 




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SCRBBRRD flPD BLRDE 




Charlie R. Brown 
AFROTC Representative 



Roland H. Stonaker, Jr. 
NROTC Representative 



Scabbard and Blade is a national honorary military society 
formed to preserve and develop essential qualities of 
good and efficient officers and to unite in closer relation- 
ship the military departments of various universities and 
colleges. 

"L" Company, 8th Regiment of Scabbard and Blade is 
made up of outstanding NROTC midshipmen and 
AFROTC cadets. The Company presents the Scabbard 
and Blade Military Ball each year for all the midshipmen 
and cadets in each unit and promotes sports competition 
between the two units. 

The Company serves as a medium of coordination be- 
tween the two units at Carolina and assumes the lead in 
projecting a modern attitude about the military service. 



Left to right, first row: A. T. Taylor, Jr., E. G. Michaels, J. L. Hodges, W. O. Poteat, Jr., G. D. Lynn, S. F. Lankford, C. M. Ferguson. Second 
row: G. A. Evans, J. L. Young, C. B. Shelton, W. H. Holderness, Jr., L. G. Chadwick.B. Moore, R. S. Bolan. T. ^f.' . Walker. Standing: C. R. 
Brown, Jr., D. E. Fury, P. D. West, B. B. Greene. R. C. Jones. A. Davenport. ■«'. D. Croom, "W. M. Bullard, R. S. Lennon, E. N. Graham, D. S. 
Greene. R. H. Stonaker, Jr., Major 'W'. D. Klinker. Adintr. 




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PflnHELLEDIC 

HRS TREE TRimmmc 

This year Panhellenic Council has sponsored a number of events de- 
signed to bring the different areas of the campus together. The first 
of these was a highly successful Watermelon Feast held early in the fall 
for all sorority and dormitory women. Together with GMAB, Pan- 
hellenic sponsored a campus wide tree-trimming party in Graham 
Memorial. In addition to campus activities, Panhellenic cooperated 
with the Junior Service League of Chapel Hill in supporting the Christ- 
mas House. 

Panhellenic, the governing body of the sororities, is composed of the 
Panhellenic Advisor, Miss Nancy Adams, sorority presidents, rush 
chairmen, one representative-at-large from each sorority, and two rep- 
resentatives from the Stray Greek organization. 



Seated: Van Vlaanderen, Latane, McArthur, Roth. 'Walker. Wolfe, Bailey. Sl.itiJhi,^: Taylor, Ferguson. Tibbetts, Hamrick, Raqland. Clark. Smith, 
Dellinger, Griffith, DuPuy, L. AKDonald. Venters, Womack, Woodward, Myers. B. McDonald. 




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STRRY GREEKS 
HOLD SLURP niGHT 

The Stray Greek Organization which was founded in 1944, is composed 
of sorority women whose chapters are not represented on this campus. 
Its aims are to preserve the bonds of unity and sisterhood in sorority 
hfe, to serve its members as a service and social organization, and to 
stimulate cooperation between sorority and dormitory women. 

Each year the Stray Greeks take over the responsibility of the Pan- 
hellenic Post Office during sorority rush and its members serve as 
advisors in the dormitories. Following rush, the Stray Greeks hold the 




Cook 




Beverly Griffin 
President 



Stray Greek-Panhellenic Pledge Picnic to honor the new pledge classes, 
and this year a Stray Greek Sorority Swap-Night was begun. 

The Stray Greeks also participate in service projects, social events, 
various campus activities, and Women's Athletic Association. 



Barrett 

Sigma Kappa 
Bradley 

PhiMu 
Cathey 

Kappa Alpha Theta 
Cox 

PhiMu 

Earle 

Phi Mu 
Edenfield 

Phi Mu 
Esmeier 

Sigma Sigma Sigma 
Forsyth 

Kappa Alpha Theta 
Heywood 

Kappa Alpha Theta 
HoUingworth 

Phi Mu 
Humphrey 

Kappa Alpha Theta 
Leffler 

Sigma Sigma Sigma 
Levy 

Sigma Delta Tau 
Little 

Alpha Chi Omega 
McAboy 

Phi Mu 
Mink 

Delta Phi Epsilim 
Odom 

Phi Mu 
Riggs 

Delta Gamma 
Sanderson 

Zeta Tau Alpha 
Shapiro 

Alpha Epsilpn Phi - 
Spaeder 

Alpha Chi Omega 

Strader 

Sigma Kappa 




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Alpha Delta Pi, oldest National Sorority, was founded 
at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia in May, 18'il. 
Beta Upsilon chapter at U.N.C. was colonized in 1939. 



Her colors are blue and white, the flowers, the woodland 
violet. The publication is The Adelph'nvi. 




Barber 

Brock 

BubriJ.qe 



f # f 



Kaufni.in 
hand 
Martin 




Powers 
Ragland 
Sliope 




Page 108 




What! no Weejuns 



Our little Eif . . . Shope and her two cars . . . 
Queen Ragland and her coterie . . . Mole and 
Bones . . . Judy top-notch Clark . . . Beta Bunny 
. . . PDT-BTP-ATO Fran . . . Patrick -ATO" 
Coon . . . Granny Grove . . . June Week Jane . . . 
Sta bell McCuUen . . . Mackeral Snapper Burbs 
. . . Phi Gam Fetsy ... 3 hoots — Sarah, Parrish, 
and Big Hootie . . . LaShanna from Atlanta — 



AAn 




You mean I shouldn't accept a date less 
than three weeks in advance? 



the Zete date . . . Gaye, football queen, Williard 
. . . Wolfe and her waiters . . . K.A. Land . . . 
Woodward and her Rhodes scholars . . . Buzzy 
and Cow College . . . Sweet, innocent, naive 
jMonett . . . Carol "Venus" Barber . . . Francie and 
her flying Blue Angel . . . Forrest and her con- 
centrated math study . . . Joyce and her apt. 



PLEDGE CLASS. Fim row: Vorus, Headrick, Williams, Park. Second row: G. James, Turner, Glover, Childress, Yeager, Garret. Phillips, Mur- 
ray, Field. Third rote: Lillard, L. Croom, B. Croom, Howell, Johnson, S. James, Patchell, Deal, Westmoreland, Thomas, Shuford, Hemphill, Gibson. 






Page 1 09 





Hanev 


Clayton 


Nicholas 


Diehl 


First 
Vice-Presideni 


Second 
Vice-President 


Recording 
Secretary 


Treasurer 



Gamma Epsllon of 

flLPHR GRmmR DELTR 

Alpha Gamma Delta was founded nationally in 1904 at 
Syracuse University, and chartered at the University of 
North Carolina in 1945. Her colors are red, buff and 




green, and her flowers, red and buff roses. The publication 
of Alpha Gamma Delta is The Oiiarterly. 



Lyday 


Smith 


Nicholes 


Tibbet 


Powers 


Upp 




Page 110 




This was burlesque ? 



Just tall me 



In Alpha Gam each girl is queen . . . Kay proved 
that, and a school marm, too ! . . . Keep up the pin 
tradition, Kathy . . . How's that favorite pro- 
fessor, Nicky? . . . P.B. and J. . . . Here come the 
athletes, Carol C. and Carolyn P., organize an- 
other winning team . . . Hey look us over . . . 
Ilena leeds education . . . Rush with Marty . . . Got 
that pledge paddle, Robin? . . . Anne, it can't be 
the 10th! . . . U.S. has a new secret weapon to 
Russia — Julenskie . . . Babo bubbles near Miami 



ATA 




, . . two wheels are better than two feet, Carolyn 

L "Eham" brings Arabia to A.G.D. . . . You 

do what with the rubber band, Joan?! . . . Lin, 
long distance! . . . Back to the Med. Library, 
Carol Ann ? . . . Judy searches for intellectuality 
. . . About those shoes in Europe, Ann . . . Scholar- 
ship soars, thanks to Nan . . . Tricks, not treats, 
on Halloween . . . Cindy's parties attract pledges 
. . . Remember all this ... for you girls belong to 
Alpha Gam, and Alpha Gam belongs to you. 



PLEDGE CLASS. Pint row: Metts, Swineford, Lowry, Wills. Second 
field, Matuszak, Egenes, Sherwood, Smith, Strickland, Alexander. 



Schmidt, Mathews, Eagles, Blakely, Pi 



Howell. Third 




Epsilon Beta of 

CHI OmEGR 




Letitia McDona 
President 




Chi Omega was founded in 189^ at the University of 
Arkansas and chartered at the University of North Caro- 
Una on January 20, 1923. Her colors are cardinal and 




Cart'ci-y 
Treasurer 




Straw and her flower is the white carnation. The public, 
tion of Chi Omeqa is The Eleiises. 



Bowles 
Bradham 
Caldwell 
Callaway 




Curry 


Goodykoontz 


^r^H 


Prevost 


Dial 


Hood 


H^'"™ 


Squires 


Ehrhardt 


Kellerman 


H^'fl 


Thompson 


Farquhar 


Kenncrly 


^Bi^l 


Town^.n 




Carnes 
Coleman, M 
Coleman, N. 
Courtney 



Page 1 1 2 




I'd be happy to pri 



d to get nothing but 



Doodle rules rush . . . brothers ATO treat often . . . 
B. Lynn, Conn. Yankee . . . Bird-nut will never 
riccochet . . . does the shepherd find bluer grass in 
Ky. ? . . . Alice cox her head . . . Milt'n . . . Joy plus 
Metrecal = Joy ! . . . Beth, Beth, the Walker ma- 
chine . . . Margie goes to Carolina ? . . . Nancy com- 
municates with Raleigh . . . Susan Kildare, S.N. . . . 
Lynn, fix your pin, it's leaning . . . Letty's split loyal- 
ties Chi's and E's and Chi O's . . . Grace and Grasty 
. . . Caroline rhymes paints with cain't's . . . Personal 
prob.^ Dial D for Di . . . Does AAA cover parking 



xn 




fines .'' . . . Julia's altar to Fred . . . brothers ATO 
trick MORE often . . . Hoot! ... we may not be 
pretty, but we sure are sweethearts . . . Maid Gay and 
Frisby . . . Muff sings How's your ole' . . . the soup 
brigade . . . Collegiate Caldwell's constant calls . . . 
Kellerman's Lee and Dr. Pig . . . Roochie bowls 
Phil over . . . Prevost's megaphoned! . . . Bev 
Haynes, super girl . . . don't let the pledges know . . . 
Mimi loves music . . . Martha Pat — before . . . Lady, 
are you married? . . . Diane and David depart 
together. 



PLEDGE CLASS. Fnsl rot 
Mason, High, Watkins. Ihi 



■: McAdoo, Hardy, Follin, Waterman, Houck, WardeU, Bennett. Second row: Carter, Burch, Williams, Whitaker, 
'd roir: Parker, Marshall, Lineberger, Broadhurst, Klyce, Howell, Parrott, Gilliam, Switzer, Harris, Crawford. 




Page 1 1 3 



RIpha Sigma of 

DELTA DELTA DELTA 






Delves Johnson 

Vice-PresidetU Secrer.iiy 



r^ ;-: 




Delta Delta Delta was founded nationally in 1889 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 is 
the Trident. 



Dixon 


Holmes 


Nelson 


Sudderth 


Elmore 


Lobdell 


O'Grady 


Turpin 


Farr 


Massenburg 


Pinion 


Vandenborre 


Forsyth 


Matchett 


Smith 


Ward 



Bailey 


Carrington 


Birdsong 


Crow 


Carnduff 


Dawson 




Page 114 




Halloween comes but once a year, meanwhile, 
back at the Zete house . . . 




Oh, no ! Not again 



September again . . . Tri Delts return from San Fran- 
cisco, Saudi Arabia, Paris, Park Avenue, and Suiifolk 
. . . Aim to have a year free from any misdemeanors ^V ^\ ^V 
. . . "speak-easy" and Plaza really intoxicate those 
pledges . . . tops in Co-Rec Carnival with Betas . . . 
Prize: "make-out" . . . 3-D Mansion brings little 
water to attic angels . . . Sandy's trauma brings 
white hair . . . "Mother, please," . . . Wood's bon- 
fire . . . Ectamu sweetheart, Yudi . . . Joan's stones 
. . . Zete halloween soiree . . . Little Gorilla wins 
S.S. . . . Gretchen's B.M. fiasco . . . Sue loses finger 
in dike . . . DuPuy shines as Number One . . . Gin- 
ger's gem cuts glass . . . Helen and Yazoo . . . Lover, 




Carnduff, and "Eloise" love the saints . . . Flanders 
turns green . . . Attorney-General Robin "Kennedy" 
... I thee Emy . . . Roonie croons . . . the two birds 
sing of the not so eternal triangle . . . Stuart aces 
Q.P.'s . . . O'Grady goes Republican . . . Dana 
"loves" the Peace Corps . . . Sally's southern drawl 
. . . Donna as "Y" head . . . Ward dedicates life . . . 
Machetti and D.D. doll . . . Pinion and Dr. Kasey 
. . . Lunch caught in web . . . Elmer and "Mr. 
Clean" . . . Lobsie plays woodcutter . . . Mrs. B. is 
as sweet as ever . . . "So Happy It's Thursday" fol- 
lowed by "Thank God It's Friday" . . . followed by 
Ape . . . it's May again and most "will not be back." 



PLEDGE CLASS. First row: Stapleton, Jones, Hurt, Rawlings, Leach, Peeler. Second row: Craig, Biggers, Voigt, Adair, Wall, Loomis. Third 
row: I'Anson, Culler, Teasdale, Griffin, Rand, Logue, Clark, Rogers, Edwards, Heath, Canby, Green, Drennan, Kennedy. 



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Beta Chi of 

KRPPR DELTR 






-Ci^^J^^ 



^^li 



.^-.^y^^^it^^ 



Gail ^"oodward 
President 




Kappa Delta was founded nationally in 1897 at Long- 
wood College, Farmville, Virginia, and chartered at the 



University of North Carolina on May 22, 1951. Her 
colors are green and white and her flower is the white 
rose. The publication of Kappa Delta is The A>igelos. 



Barber 


Colvard 


Ferguson 


Gray 


Nicholson 


Stone 


Bryant 


Craig 


Fraser 


McKeithan 


Payne 


Summers 


Burley 


Creech 


Gilrov 


Meadows 


Perry 


Thompson 


Butler 


Davis 


Glenn 


Millender 


Roth 


Tunstall 




Page 116 





A tapping by white rose sisters. 



Two rabbits + booze : 



A pledge class that's better than a course in inter- 
national relations . . . Sherry starts jewelry collec- 
tion . . . Happiness is a raspberry ice cream cone 
from the D.B. . . . Oh no! The Midnight photog- 
rapher . . . Hazzonga taps Eleanor . . . Requiem for 
a gold fish ... Is the Little Red School House an 
educational institution? . . . Who will receive the 
coveted B.O.W. award .-'... Who else has a house- 
mother who's a Lampshade .''... Witt's and Gilroy's 



KA 




Law: Silence before ten . . .What will it be this year, 
Maggie — Yale or Harvard .''... Marshall dropped 
her diamonds where? . . . Why is Craig fond of the 
phone? . . . Thank you, Lovey and Clander . . . 
Ogden emulates Billy Sol . . . M.A. = Germs- . . . 
The roadrunner wins again . . . Bev's blackout 
retainer . . . The athletic K.D.'s lose Co-Rec Car- 
nival . . . 



PLEDGE CLASS. Fit-st row: Harned, Smith, Whitworth, Hile, Ansley, Holland, Love. Secoiid row: Turner, Cheatham, Nelson, A. Pruitt, Wearne, 
Bayerle, Jones, Algary, Webb, Klumpp, Payne, Pitzer, Arey, Ward. 




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Epsilon Gamma of 

KRPPR 
KRPPR GRmmR 







Sloan 
Vice-President 





Kappa Kappa Gamma was founded nationally at Mon- 
mouth College, Monmouth, Illinois in 1870. Epsilon 



Gamma Chapter was colonized at the University of North 
Carolina in February, 1958. Her colors are dark blue and 
light blue and her flower, the fleur-de-lis. The publication 
is The Key. 




Page 118 





My group 



What ! me cold ? Never 




Unlock the door to Kappa Heaven . . . 
Greensheets are people — 26 belong to the 
Key . . . Cook and crew crink the creepers . . . 
Sisters from far-away join our group . . . 
Darden conquers "Wolverton Mountain" 
. . . Susie, Pam and Dottie report world 
travels . . . Wedding plans with Judy and 
Van . . . Canada waits for Wyoming lassie 
. . . Who's there? prowlers turn to acorns 
. . . Kappas lead the "Y" . . . Pam goes 
politics . . . Plump Pooh Club loves P.B.&J. 



KKr 




. . . Bobbie, not Bill, he's a Russian . . . Bon- 
nie and Judy take a winter-time swim . . . 
Rush Chairman pledges Sigma Chi and 
M.W. must choose . . . Hermione and 
Peteykin are honorary members . . . Blue 'n 
Blue storms Georgia . . . Mary Brewer holds 
study hall . . . Someone took the TV tables 
— How like them! ... "I think that I just 
remembered something" . . . Golden Keys 
shine brightly for 1963. 



PLEDGE CLASS. Fiisi roiv: Russell, Rudy. Travis, Millington, Holt, Foill, Gardner, Cook. Second row: Wells, White, Wright, Kelly. Third 
row: Ridenhour, Gordon, Stroyd, Levine. Meyer, Ausbon, Carrere, Snead, Meade, Humphries, Kenan, Lewis, Laughlin, Hoffman. 




Page 119 



Dorth Carolina RIpha of 

PI BETR PHI 




Betty McDonald 
President 




Pi Beta Phi was founded nationally in 1867 at Monmouth 
College, Illinois, and chartered at the University of North 
Carolina in 1923- Her colors are wine and silver-blue and 




Collins Hastings Motsinger Caffey 

Vice-President Recording Correspo>?d/iix Treasurer 

Secretary Secretary 




her flower is the wine carnation. The publication of Pi 
Beta Phi is The Arrow. 




Page 120 







Post-i(/'i7/ exercises? 



^"ill the ifj/ Carolina co-ed please stand up. 



The Pi Phi Spirit brought us pledges, 
Girdles and turtles peeking from behind 

our hedges. 
Contested and elected — our chapter's 

enhanced; 
Sipped and dined, the pledges danced. 
We greet St. Valentine, our faces beaming. 
We're Pi Phis all with arrows gleaming! 



nB<i> 



Sigma Chi Derbies, Valkyrie Sings, 

Relays and skits — Suzy's tuner rings! 

Mrs. Seward keeps us all in hand; 

And Battle has won to beat the band. 

Dexter and Gary, Bill and Lanny 

Keep us all completely zanny. 

And as the year comes to a close 

Nought but the right one we know we chose. 



PLEDGE CLASS. First row: Haley, Tathwell, Simonds, Manning, Wheland, Kalkhurst. Second row: Huston, Bush, Hall. Starr, Kinney, Lowder. 
Third row: Pitt, Merritt, Eslcridge, Hunter, Hoyle, Armstrong, Saine, Branch, Beach, Williams, Butler. 




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crmjAL PR a't^t^t^a^IT^t?^ 



I.F.C. BECOmES mORE 
SELF-REGULRTinC 

In the past few years, Interfraternity Council has become 
more and more a self-governing body, because of their 
increased initiative and responsibility. This year the new, 
self-imposed law that each active fraternity member have 
a cumulative "C" average went into effect. This replaced 
the old "80%" rule. Another innovation, that of deferred 
rush for new freshmen, will go into effect in two years. 
This year also brings a crack-down by I.F.C. on inactive 
fraternity men who are not allowed to attend social func- 
tions or represent the house in any way. The last comes 
under the expanded powers of the I.F.C. Court. 

Another idea initiated by I.F.C. is the "black-listing" 
of comboes that break contract by failing to appear or by 
arriving late. This will alleviate the past situation of a 
planned party weekend being spoiled by the unreliability 
of comboes. 




INTRAFRATERNITY COUNCIL. Firu row: Watson, Martin, Dillashaw, Emory. Battle, Chatham, Smith. Second row: Harrington, Kimzey, 
Turner, Shins, Meyer, Heenan, Thomas, Jonas, Third row: Sullivan, Cohen, Schiff, Windham, Edens, Bows, Roberson, Irvine, Ulfelder. Fourth 
roll : Turner, Gray, Doyle, Cone, Raney, Fichthorn, Crane, Miller, Ward, fifth row: Frey, Connell, Reynolds, Anderson, Van Pelt, White, Sher- 
riU, Winner, Snead. 



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Presdent Jim Dillashaw and Representative Pud Has- 
sell attended the National Intrafraternity Council meet- 
ing in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. There they got ideas 
from other colleges and learned how many of the prob- 
lems that arise in intrafraternal relations can be solved. 

The structure of the I.F.C. includes the Council, 
composed of an elected representative and the President 
from each house; the Executive Committee, made up of 
the four executive officers; and the I.F.C. Court, com- 
posed of seven elected members from the Council. The 
latter, whose power has been expanded, is the judicial 
branch. Working through its seven committees — Rush, 
Greek Week, Scholarship, Rules, Special Projects, Pub- 
licity, and Handbook — and led by the Executive Commit- 
tee, the I.F.C. serves as a meeting ground for the separate 
fraternities where their problems can be discussed. 




IFC EXECUTIVE COMMrriEE. Battle, Emory, Martin, Dillashav 



IPC COURT. Dillashaw, Underwood. Reynolds. Raney. Battle. 




Page 123 



FRTS RHD moms 

HERD GERmRnS 

Seasonally, the presentations of the German Club bring 
to the Carolina campus some of the outstanding enter- 
tamment in the nation. A Germans event is always the 
focal point of a big week-end at Carolina. The enthusi- 
astic crowds that continue to pack Memorial Hall are 
ample evidence of the German Club's distinctive selection 
of first-rate performers. 

Among the entertainers this year that came to Chapel 
Hill were Fats Domino and Moms Mabley who delighted 
a large audience with their talents. Fats broke up the hall 
with his group of rock-and-roUers, and Moms was just as 
successful with her humorous quips and monologues. 




Dexter C. Rumsey III 
President 



Fuller 

Furr 

Garrard 




Page 124 





Moms Mabley wows German audience with corn-pone humor 




Ernie K-Doe one of five rock 'n roll groups 
featured at Spring concert. 




Fats Dommo livens Fall Germans with hi: 
famous "Blueberry Hill" beat. 



t5 



V .V\ 



Page 125 



Alpha Delta of 

RLPHR TflU OmEGfl 




JSL 





Kimzey 
Trensuier 



^^2-i^^ir- 




The national fraternity of Alpha Tau Omega was 

founded at Virginia MiHtary Institute in 1865, and the 1879. The official publication of Alpha Tau Omega is 

local chapter was established fourteen years later, in Tbe Palm, and its colors are azure and gold. 



ilexander 


Bridgets 


Eason 


Himes 


Penland 


Thum 


Bensch 


Brown, J. 


Edwards 


Lester 


Reitzel 


Walters 


Blair 


Brown, "W. 


Ellington 


McMillan 


Seymour 


Wells 


Boyd 


Cooke 


Evans 


Moore 


Shepherd 


Whitley 




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But I tell you it ujs a cow 



Doris Cooper 
Alpha T.iii Omega Sponsor 



The Fox strikes . . . Criswell makes a point of 
order . . . The Devine Hilton is condemned . . . 
Tlie "Hard Core" crumbles . . . Bluegrass . . . 
Godfrey scopes and is scoped . . . Evans loses his 
pitch pipe . . . Five-Dollar can get it for us whole- 
sale . . . Pen philosophizes . . . Squeaks is confined 
to quarters . . . "The Machine" breaks down . . . 
Spas . . . The Fox strikes again . . . "Spirit" Moore 



ATO 




and "Hustle" Ellington get psyched . . . Tuck 
grazes his mule . . . JEGWC3 . . . General XYZ 
. . . Jeff or Lance? . . . Scooter takes on Man 
Mountain . . . Alfred . . . ronroot gets even fatter 
off the Taus . . . LBB, PDT, HJ, FRD, FO, MAG, 
FF . . . The Pearl . . . road trip to Salem . . . No 
hot water aoahi??? 



PLEDGE CLASS. Fint roiv: Fry, Kimzey, Grisky. Tufts, Upchurch. Second row: Betty, McCullen, Gurley, Gordon, White. Third row: ^X'ash- 
burn, Davidson, Reeves, MacNair, Johnson, White, Kagle, Kirvan, Hassell. Mhsing: Brooks, Moore. 





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Eta of 

BETR THETR PI 






Currie 
Vice-President 



Secretary 



Thomas Watson 
President 

Beta Theta Pi, the oldest great national fraternity, was 
founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, on August 
8, 1839. Eta chapter was chartered in 1852, as the third 
fraternity at U.N.C. The fraternity magazine, Beta Theta 
Pi is the oldest of its kind. The national colors are pink 
and blue, and the flower is the rose. 




Bender 
Cheek 
Cocke 
Dixon 




Page 128 




"You Ain't Nothin' But A HounJ Dawgl' 

Bagby, King of Super School, and Betas prove 
where the center of the University was by filling the 
fish pond with almost 6,000 beer cans. Consequently 
there was much grief when the Bird Monument was 
destroyed. First stop — 18 incubators for the new 
pledges who are wondering what the Beta Stars 
mean on their lapels; Skoglund and Harris are back 
for another year of eligibility on the flickteam. We 
still don't know what Long takes those pills for. It 
looks like Presson, Reid, Rogers are headed for 
the altar. Already there are several people who lost 
their heads in June. John L. plays the cosmopolitan 
role, but still talks with a farmer accent. Muller 



Bon 




Penny Cole 
Bel.i TheLi Pi Sponsor 

returns in his Elliot Ness car with the other Holy 
Roller Robbers: Wilson, Stubbs, Lesesne, and 
Lynch. McDevitt's head, expanding for three years, 
finally explodes. Ridley finds that anyone trying to 
mess around the Tri Delts would be violating the 
Pure Food and Drug Act. Hallman; "Can I borrow 
your car, Phil.-'" Jolis finds road trips are the thing. 
"I din't know, but it could have been The Lo . . ." 
Ahead lie Germans, basketball season. Ski Week- 
ends (Beach trips are out). Pledge Weekend, ex- 
change dinners, Friday afternoon cocktail hours, 
and Sunday afternoon horrors. 



PLEDGE CLASS. F/n/ row: Stubbs, Rogers, Bonner. Fountain. Boyd, Scott, Jensen. Second row: 
row: Edwards, Barrett, Mitchell, Greeson, Wilson, Transou. 



Padgett, Wood, Holmes, Adams, Mebane. Third 




re 129 



Alpha Alpha of 

CHI PHI 





Chi Phi was founded December 24, 1824, at Princeton 
University. The chapter at North Carolina, founded in 
1858, was originally the Alpha chapter. After the War 
between the States, the Chapter was moved to the Uni- 
versity of Virginia. In October, 1924, the old Alpha chap- 
ter was re-established under the new name Alpha Alpha. 





Chi Phi colors are red and blue. The flower is the red rose, 
and the publication is The Chi Phi Chakett. 



Brooks 


Coley 


Girling 


Jones 


Riley 


Burns 


Gallagher 


Holt 


Little 


Shanahan 


Clark 


Gilbert 


Huske 


Moore 


Thomas 




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"Oh, Hi, Dean Long 



ERR . . . Arrival of September and all road teams 
check in at the White House on the Hill . . . 
MATTOCKS soon finds that girls are his for the 
ATKINS ... The FAT FRIAR makes many 
pilgrimages in his Austin SALIE . . . MAD 
BOMBER starts usual year collecting OSTRICH 
droppings while BABY HUEY is rechristened 
KATHYS CLOWN and the GOLDEN BAN- 
TAM finally wins one from the POPE . . . The 
FRIENDLY OWL discovers the difference be- 
tween mice and men . . . 600 Dixie cups, 72 quarts 
of ginger ale, one broken ice machine, plus three 
policemen equals one week-end . . . THE ROOT 
HEAD gives up stair diving while BULLET lets 



X<l> 





Mrs. F. Alton Russell 
Chi Phi Sweetheart 

fly onto the WILD BLUIE who just lets fly . . . 
MOORE finds plenty of DEEfeat as does HAM- 
METT in trying to score in Chapel Hill . . . The 
return of RED FOX and the coming of the 
GREAT PUMPKIN leave house in shambles 
while brothers nonchalantly board bus for 
MOUNTAIN WEEK-END . . . GALLAGHER 
falls off camel with date and University of Geor- 
gia sees eclipse of SHANAHAN'S standing 
moon . . . LEE "mean . . ." makes blot on BEACH 
WEEK-END and whole group finds joy in the 
"S-P" stomp . . . RACHEL from the Bible finally 
gives BARNETT some — religion ! . . . 



PLEDGE CLASS. First row: Winter, Millichap, Ingram, Stone, Lincoln. Second 
Downing, Seaton. 



Baz, Jones, Barbour, Entwistle, Gallagher, Thomas, Davis, 




Page 131 



RIpha Sigma of 

CHI PSI 





Luke Fichthorn 
President 



Chi Psi was founded at Union College on May 20, 1841. 
It came to Carolina on November 16, 1855, and was 
refounded in 1928. The national publication is The Pur- 
ple and Gold. Chi Psi colors are purple and gold. 




Collier 


Emerson 


Jefferds 


McCIeery 


Robertson 


Crane 


Gorman 


Kemp 


Miller 


Seely 


Danneman 


Harper 


Koontz 


Moseley 


Smith 


Donahue 


Hill 


Lowe 


Nash 


Spearman 



Angell 


Britt 


Ik - 


Ball 


Bugden 


■ ir 


Barrier 


Butner 


■ f . 




Von Glahn 

^X'ales 
^'elverton 



Page 132 





really a Foo Bird? 



The Chipsi's of Sigma opened '62 as the peapick- 
ers, cape-bums, summer exec's, and world travelers 
drifted 44 strong back to the Lodge . . . Rush added 
32 more to the clan . . . The Maid cured "the 
Leper" and found a baby elephant . . . "Super 
Lizzard" handicaps as Bearo and Zip meet the 
challenge . . . polly patrol reorganizes . . . "there's 
a pig in my bunk" . . . "Krum" gets his strawberry 
preserves . . . B. D. and "Banana" try in vain to 
get in shape for the Tarheel diamond . . . Mac, 
Dick, "Old Dad," and Slaughterer lead Heel 
Cheers . . . "Panama" carries social banner . . . 



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Miss Gay Callaway 
Maid of Chi Psi 

G. A. F. cries as P. A. B. gives up bachelor status 
. . . Seal serves his Gravy Train . . . T. L. K. loses 
drawers at LI. Va. . . . "The Chum" takes to the 
back stairs . . . "Baltz" polishes his golden toe . . . 
Cece still hangs in the Cave . . . "The Pope" meets 
Mimi Brown . . . From football season's cocktail 
parties to Champagne and Christmas Carols, from 
the Budweiser Open at Finley to the Pledge 'VCeek- 
end blowout, from the beach weekends to bull 
sessions, from hayrides to facult)' teas, from Bloody 
Mary breakfast to backyard beer basketball ... A 
great year for all, compliments of the LODGERS. 



PLEDGE CLASS. Fiisl rou: Ackerman, A. Neely, B. Neely, Aycock. Fassler, Hicks, Gonzalez, Ehrhart. Second rou\- Graham. T. Neely. Fitz- 
Simons, Early, Heppenstall, McNairy. Merrey, Brown. Third rou:- Slaughter. Myers, Dunlevie. Goldman. Roach, Carter, Wellons. Fourth row: 
Stuart, Raymond, Graves, Skelly. 




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The Beta Chapter of 

DELTR KRPPR EPSILOD 





Delta Kappa Epsilon was founded at Yale University in 
1844, and the local chapter was established in 1851. Delta 
Kappa Epsilon's official magazine is the DKE Quarterly. 
and the national colors are scarlet, azure and old gold. 



Gray 


Liggett 


Gregory 


McMillan 


Holderness 


Murray 


Hutchinson 


Roper 


King 


Rumsey 



Ayers 
Bennett 
Bissell 
Brock 




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"C'mon, stop playing Co-ed 



September saw the return of Beta's errant sons from 
summer's pursuit of knowledge and other nefarious 
activities. Rush slips in like the stork leaving twenty- 
four Eringhaus commuters on our doorstep . . . Max- 
well becomes a living room fixture . . . Monday 
morning guilt feelings . . . Young and Wood return 
to consciousness after last week . . . Minataurs better 
alumni relations . . . Rumsey and Wysong discover 
Helen Keller punch — one glass and you can't see, 
talk, or hear . . . Hesse and Fletcher rescue holy 
relics from the infidels . . . Lucius IV deals his first 
hand of blackjack . . . Brother White loses fourth 
frat pin — to Gov. Sanford . . . Remstein drives rival 



Miss Lynn Boyette 
Delta Kappa Epsiton Sponsor 

money changers from the temple . . . Davis causes 
riot in legislature by denouncing tariff policy of 
_ Pedro the Cruel . . . Alice Capon seen flitting in 

AA IV ^H Y-court . . . Stokes returns from sabbatical year, 
creeps upstairs with two quarts of milk and a gallon 
of Minataur punch . . . Dekes don sack cloth and 
ashes and flagillate selves in Y-court after Germans 
. . . road trips and the beach . . . Lunch, Grant, and 
Shade at last rise above the lure of worldly pleasures 
in Senior year — discover marijuana . . . 

So much to do and so little time ; oh well, guadea- 
mus igiti/r and DO IT, DEKES! 




PLEDGE CLASS. First row: Spruill, Edgerton, Harris, Boardman, Atkins. Second row: Barnes, Broden, Schmidt, Butler, Hoyt. Fall, Chapman, 
Hull. Third row: Gray, Smith, Redhead, Shwab, Stewart, Roberts, Shuford, Willis, Churchill. 




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north Carolina Chapter of 

DELTA UPSILOn 




David Van Pelt 
Piesidtiit 




Delta Upsilon Fraternity was founded at Williams Col- 
lege, Williamstown, Mass., in 1834 as the sixth oldest 
college social fraternity. The North Carolina chapter was 



founded on April 2x 19^3. The publication is the Delta 
Upsilo)! Oncivterly. and the fraternity colors are old gold 
and sapphire blue. 



Adkinson Brietz Faint 

Avant Brunson, N. D. Fluet 

Barron Brunson, W. D. Goodinj; 
Bennett Carter Gray 

Branon Constatln Harper 



Harrison 


Jones 


Phillips 


Stallings 


Townsend 


Hawes 


King 


Oettinger 


Stevens 


Trenbath 


Howe 


Kirkland 


Pickett 


Stokes 


Walser 


Hobhs 


Murphev 


Prakke 


Strau.ehan 


Whicker 


Jackson 


Mvri.k 


Rohinson 


Thompson 


Williams 




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Why yes, I'd love to 



Miss Anita Sewell 
Dt'lta Upsiloii Spunsor 



Pains in the flicker of a fire; memories are like the ephem- 
eral shadows . , . and another year is to be rememberd . . . 
all the hullaballoo over the tavs, temps and the Monday 
night shame of Peter Rabbit and Willy, pushing blushes 
from Monty's face about his one and only . . . Sam leads 
Rightests while J. B. rips whammies with flat tires . . . 
"Don't get Moreheads drunk, Dave," says Bill as Susan 
warms the TR . . . Dave V.P. yells "Quiet Hours! " a 
million times as he leads the great chapter onward; "Hey, 
you guys, listen up!" Neal-man looks through the 7 x 50's 
while Lester laughs ... I ask Gil about Young Men's 
Christian and all that parliamentary-ish executive stuff . . . 
Rovy calls a revival over the piano, and young sinners 
repent. 



A'T 




Joe strums and Larry sings: folksongs about national 
pastime . . . Henry and Deane look sharp as usual — isn't 
that Jim B. taking their picture? 

I envision a new annex; there's Herman as he boots 
the bail, screaming something quite Dutch, past Dave H. 
who is marching in circles, sweeping; over in the corner 
stands the water buffaloe, being fed by W. Y., who has 
already tamed someone; and Ed is arguing in two tongues 
with Mitch who is yelling something that sounds like 
"Nancy." Jim, Hugh, and Art — from the "other annex" 
— laugh mockingly: Woody is tacking up posters and 
making more friends . . . The flame dies out, but the 
warmth and shadows will be remembered forever . . . 
Goodbye, my youth ! 



PLEDGE CLASS. Fini row.- Clingenpeel, Butefish. Rouzer, "W'illiams, Buelow, Goforth. St 
Howe. Third row: Starling, Owens. "Thomas, Wright, Oettinger, Edwards, 'Wells. 



co„d 



Royster, Downton, "Wetzell, Bell, Estes, 




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Upsiion of KRPPR RLPHR 






Winters 

Vice-PresideiU 



Kappa Alpha Order was founded at Washington College 
(now Washington and Lee University) at Lexington, 
Virginia, on December 21, 1865. Upsiion chapter at the 
University of North Carolina was founded on November 
25, 1881. The official flowers are the red rose and the 
magnolia blossom, and the colors are crimson and old 
gold. Our publication. The Kappa Alpha Journal . is pub- 
lished four times a year. 





Taylor 



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'iSS !i,TJf 




Sobriety Test? Up there? 



Frankie Phillips 
Kappa Alpha Rose 



"Ears," our plexed up leader, worries . . . "about 
that dual roll." Bows doesn't sweat fat attacks. 
"Golfball" bounces back in the saddle. "Moonface" 
. . . awww. Kepner leads soccer team and intra- 
murals. McLamb drives his tractor to class. Stoney 
wishes he had gone to the Air Force Academy. 
Where's the combo, Echols; can I borrow your car.-" 
Jolly . . . Let's study and go to W.C. Hammer likes 
Hollins. Cowles likes football. Burbage and Pickett 
replace megaphone. Let's run 'em, Oggie. Boy, is 



KA 




Coffey going to surprise some girl ! "Ivy" dates cute 
school teacher. "Spider" entices girl into date. Billy 
bird wears sweater year round. Herbie parties with 
the boys every night. Tough man Howell goes 
smooth. E. Ray leads juke box team as Artie and 
Ernie listen in. Lorraine likes high school cheer- 
leaders. Baby face Pascal . . . rough and ready ma- 
rine. My name is Tim Thomas is my name. Barrett 
is nominated for Golden Fleece. 



PLEDGE CLASS. First row: Willingham, Fisher, Green, Snipes, Wilson, McBrain. Second row: Warden, Fain, McDaniel, Wilson, Barker, Tal- 
madge, Barron. Third row: Claud, Ferguson, Willingham. Cooper, Shipman, Wright, McCommons, Stewart, McKinsey. Not pictured: DeBruhel. 




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Alpha ITlu of 

KRPPfl SIGITIfl 





Kappa Sigma was founded nationally at the University of 
Virginia in 1869, and the local chapter was founded in 
1893. Its colors are scarlet, white and emerald green. The 
flower is the lily-of-the-valley. The Kappa Sigma Publica- 
tions are the Caduceaua and The Star and Crescent. 




Fletcher 
Treasurer 





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As summer turned into Fall, the ivy-covered walls of 
Alpha Mu began to bustle. All attention was turned 
towards rush. Its results were gratifying and so be- 
gan the year of Kappa Sigma. The year went some- 
thing like this — "Albino talks baseball" as Ruffin 
graduates to bridge . . . Fletcher keeps the road to 
HoUins well traveled . . . Elrod hides as pledges 
threaten revenge . . . Corpening declares abstinence 
but gives ring to Durham honey . . . Parker fre- 
quents Raleigh apartment . . . Buzzy gets "D," but 
not scholastically . . . Bruce is lost in absence of 
Muff . . . Helms and Benton hawk campus beauties 
as Duff bites the dust with diamonds and birth- 



KE 





Miss Diane HarJy 
Kappa Sigma Sueelheait 

stones . . . Charlie Burns goes Converse "Land" as 
Clayton remains undecided . . . Clarke travels to 
Richmond . . . Scarborough shines and continues to 
have migrains . . . Farrior and Nash turn salesmen 
. . . Scarborough and Fuzzy spend week-end at resort 
m Wacula . . . and Jenks continues to emulate 
Stacks . . . All of this combined with Germans, Black 
and White Ball, snow parties and beach week-ends 
made up our year. All was quite except for an 
occasional week day visit by Harvey, the So Happy 
It's Thursday Club, and a most emphatic "Mother, 
Please" ! ! ! So ended our year. 



PLEDGE CLASS. F/tst row: Bryant, Ratliffe, Crockett, Thornbury, Lokey. Second row: Peck, Stringer, Harrington, Farrior, Stokes. Thomas 
Etherington. Third row: Jones, Moore, Newman, Forster, Reiter, Berry, Lewis, Thornbury, Seaton, Senn, Rossell. 




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Gamma flu of 

LRmBDfl CHI flLPHR 







Joseph McDonald 
President 



Lambda Chi Alpha was founded nationally at Boston 
University in 1909, and locally in 1926. The Cross and 
Crescent is the official publication of Lambda Chi. The 

flower is the white rose, and its colors are purple, green 
and gold. 




Mittendorf 
Treasurer 




Arnold 


Bell 


Eggleston 


Lewis 


Trent 


Batchelor 


Blum 


Kaley 


Neville 


Wolfe 




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Lambdas move up to Franklin Street — new house, 
new furniture, new carpets, new debts . . . Cham- 
pagne party for Peter, Paul and Mary . . . the "Blue 
Bullet," "Green Dragon," and the "Rat" replace 
the "Blue Dart." The "Bullet" made it to California 
while the "Rat" just makes it . . . New social disease 
epidemic — pinnings . . . Lambdas have their own 
Court Jester . . . the redheaded snowman gets melted 
by the Nurses' Dorm . . . my grandfather can lick 
your grandfather . . . Dick did IT — so did Streak — 
so did Blum. Jim and Tony hold out, but not for 
long? Jean, and Babs should see Linda, Janet and 
Evelyn for tips . . . Yogi undecided . . . New book — 



AXA 




Midge Gillespie 
Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl 

HARNEY'S RULES OF ORDER . . . Reddi Kilo- 
watt almost burns up the house ... J. D. is not the 
only Jock now . . . Bunky comes in two varieties — 
Cool and cooler ... the Mystery Man still gives 
Magic Shows . . . Pledge Class needs the address of 
the nearest AA . . . Rudy the Repairman says, "Join 
Lambda Chi and learn a trade." Don finally learns 
how to talk; now how to turn him off . . . Prediction: 
Queen's Palace to be finished by Easter, '64 . . . 
Embargo around Kappa House keeps out Ensign 
Bell . . . Two-Tone Kaley — Loud and LOUDER! 
... The Tri-Kaps feed GB to the "Kid." 



PLEDGE CLASS. Firit row: Fleming, Brannock, Muse, W. Pryor, Waldrop, Phipps. Second 
Cardwell, Cooper. Not pictured: Lamb, Harris. 



Alsobrook, Campbell, Larrick, C. Pryor, Fobert, 




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Beta of 

PHI DELTR THETR 





Phi Delta Theta was founded nationally December 26, 
1848, at Miami (Ohio) University. The N. C. Beta chap- 
ter was founded at the University of North Carolina in 
1885. Colors of Phi Delta Theta are azure and argent ; the 
insignia is a sword and a shield. The flower is a white 




"^^^ 



carnation. The fraternity journal. The Scroll, is published 
five times annually. 



rmstrong 


Brock 


DuranJ 


Jonas, R. E. 


McGinty 


Oliver 




Battle 


Craven 


Hundley 


Jones 


Merrill 


Pleasants 


Vinroot 


Bloom 


Dickinson 


Jackson 


McDaniel. 


Michaels 


Reagan 


■«'ebb 


Boxley 


Duff 


Jonas, C. R. 


McCarty 


Moore 


Rearden 


■Worth 




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Phi Delt's pledge another winner. 

The Vine is chief exec, for '62, but still finds time 

to take up where Slick left off . . . General, Little 

same as ever, trying to find someone he can date the ^ft ^% ^J 

rest of the year . . . T. Cum finally ropes in the big 

blond from Converse, while guiding Phikeias . . . 

Reet comes to work sober one day . . . Chas. and 

Judy O. break all time record for number of dates 

in a row . . . Smax makes determined bid at Winston, 

happily using up his third strike . . . Jackson covers 

the campus on his Western Flyer Deluxe, often seen 

with knapsack and Jungle Jim . . . Reston, Con- 





Genevieve Steele 
Phi Delta Thela Sweetheart 

tinental returns . . . The Bowler keeps up corre- 
spondence with Univ. . . . Rat slims down to trim 
200 lbs. . . . George still washing his hair, Mai not 
helping to keep it clean this summer . . . Doc sniffs 
around in Raleigh . . . Oscar loses his head . . . "B" 
and the Machine go into hiding (or something) . . . 
Joyner looks and acts more like Santa Clause every 
day . . . Root picks up some more splinters . . . and 
Seeds bows out at Duke . . . T. Worth and a noted 
Tau fight it out . . . and Riley spends a lot of time in 
the library. 



PLEDGE CLASS. First row: Hackman, Jackson, Smith, Green, Link, Schultz, Barton, Snow. Second row: Houghton, Brown, Shaw, Lesley, Bag- 
well, Wainwright, McCoy, Williams. Third row: Forum, Steele, Rowe, Poole, Winstead, Bahnson, Taylor, Hatfield. 




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Epsllon of 

PHI GflmmR DELTR 





Ward Marslender 
Pyesident 

The Fraternity of Phi Gamma Delta was founded at 
Jefferson College in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, in the 
year 1848. The publication for the fraternity is entitled 
The Phi Gamma Delta, with headquarters in Washing- 
ton, D. C. The flower for the fraternity is the purple 
clematis, and the color is royal purple. 




Reynolds 
Treasurer 



Sauls 
Historian 




Aycock 
Baysden 
Evans 




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"Even youi best friends won't tell you!" 



A great year for Epsilon. Albert, Paul, Eagle and Lacy still 
carry work load, "Mom" back for number 8 . . . Rush 
keeps us going with 23 of the best. 

Veterans Administration, composed of Possum, Dozier 
and Hercules, returns to press for medical care for the 
aged . . . Foster transfers to Harvard, Updegrave to M.I.T., 
and "Brick" Kerr makes frequent visits between prison 
sentences . . . Turkey, Day and Watson keep the apartment 
going, despite crucial loss of Converse and Benton, for 
Sauls proves good replacement. Beatty and Sally make big 
move, now living in tree house . . . Bryant back for one 
more before retiring to rest home . . . 

Goode, White Rabbit and Kosi lead Thursday night 
circus, make All-America Toddle House team . . . "Grunt" 
drinks three beers and goes into coma for six days . . . 
Hughes announces engagement, scarcely survives pre- 
wedding ceremony with bare necessities . . . Wilkerson and 
Hobson compete for ride . . . "Snag" finally makes it! 



<i>rA 




Mrs. H. Marshall Simpson 
Phi Gammj Delta Sponsor 

"Pink Elephant" leads football team, Marslender and 
Westfall lend hand . . . Jock Record stays on the canvas . . . 
Little White Rabbit not cocky enough . . . Parrot voted 
second "Gimp." 

Running turns cook, makes S2 5 cheese sandwich . . . 
Nelson sends bottles flying at Fiji Island . . . Harvey never 
manages to clear fog . . . Reynolds guards bank book with 
life . . . R.M.B.C. now surpassed by G.B.C. . . . Connell 
does back flips at Pi Phi Christmas Party . . . Here loses ten 
Pounds, is not found for six weeks. 

"Hose" loses pin over summer, to astonishment of all, 
but Pearson proves an able replacement . . . Swamp Rat 
still dates his "Babes" . . . "Hogbody" commits suicide 
due to constant harrassment . . . Fambrough flunks out. 

Football season, sorority parties, Germans, and the 
"landromat five" give Phi Gams the best year in many 
moons. 



PLEDGE CLASS. First row: Allen, Titchener, Eagleton, Franch, Benbow. Second row: Moye, Castleberry, Sears, Cozart, Shell, Aycock, Aldridge. 
Third row: Highsmith, Randall, Wilkins, Laney, Parrott, Fulenwider. Not pictured: Lineberger, Hudson, Lassiter, Justice. 




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Lambda of 

PHI KRPPR SIGHR 




y^^ 


.«ni«^^ 


j^lA. 




^Hi>9t»» '^' ^^H 


r 



Cone 
I 'ice-Pyeside)il 




Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity was founded at the Univer- 
sity of Pennsylvania in 1850. The local chapter, Lambda, 
was founded in 1856, and the house was built in 1929. 
The colors are black and old gold ; the flower is the yellow 



Roser 
Secretary 



Crawford 
Treasurer 




chrysanthemum. The Phi Kappa Sigma News Letter and 
the Lambda Lite are the main publications. 



Aldrich 

Alexander 

Clifiord 



Klinker 

La Monica 

Lvon 




Page 148 




Anheiser-Busch stimulates a Platonic dialogue. 

107th year on campus begins without the familiar 
"bod" of the "house mother" . . . "Rains" looks 
to Vatican for help . . . Cone worries about De- 
cember house bill . . . Beach weekend brings 
nightmares to "Pit" and "Luke" . . . "Ceeps" 
breaks hearts — keeps pin . . . "Alex" has pledge 
meetings in Kenan Stadium . . . "Lock" makes 
grade at Watts . . . "Cribs" becomes weekend 
TV Guide . . . Blue Ribbon opens John L.'s 
mouth . . . "Studley" is outstanding pledge . . . 
"Crawge" hollers gravy train . . . Miles is no 





Sue Drennan 
Phi Kappa Sigma Sweetheart 

match for Crimson Tide . . . "Rosie" loses key — 
and pin . . . Becky's "Spoon" fed . . . Klinker — no 
better, no worse . . . Kim holds up left wing . . . 
Joe does push-ups in Dixie . . . Rick makes Cor- 
poral — Mary Ann makes Rick . . . Hull barely 
escapes the house of numbers . . . "Coats" be- 
comes snow man, moves into big time . . . The 
galloping fetus turns "Green" . . . "Wis" gets no 
peace at Peace . . . Clawson, the staunch conserva- 
tive, keeps up tradition . . . year ends with "par- 
ley" over upset pledge. 



PLEDGE CLASS. First row: Avent, Harriett, Roberts, Buchard, Wilkinson, Hull. Second . 
Third row: Sorrell, Sheafer, Black, Sharp, Smith. 



Haithcock, Spencer, Boggs, Taylor, Birinyi, LovelL 




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Tau of 

PI KRPPR ALPHA 






Craver, R. 
Vne-Piesideiii 



Ferguson 
Social Chciiimjii 



Pi Kappa Alpha was founded nationally at the University 
of Virginia in 1868, and established at the University 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-the-valley . 




Douglas 


Harris 


Kearse 


McMichael, J. G 


Flournoy, H. 


Heilig 


Kirk 


McMichael, J. 


Flournoy, J. 


Honeycutt 


Lee 


Rxhardson 




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Ready tor "i -Court. 

PiKa mansion destroyed in summer flood, rebuilt 
and lived happily ever after rush ... 30 great 
pledges brought into the world of Pi Kappa 
Alpha . . . flowers six inches deep in the hall after 
combo party and Chief Two Eye whispers, "HE 
was just through" . . . our beloved leader Monroe 
institutes the Doctrine — "be slick for God's 
sake — and, ride a horse" . . . Mouse puts his 
great seal inherited from Horn on the PiKa safe 
and slows up the outflow of gold . . . Flynn in the 
movies again, football of course . . . Joe engaged 
to our Dream Girl . . . "Lattie, are you all right ?" 



nKA 





Beth Wallace 
Pi Kappd Alpb.i Dream Girl 

. . . sophomores inhabit the second deck and bet 
on the first of their kind to get pinned . . . free 
vacations for the most popular brothers . . . "Let's 
all get drunk and ..."... Dickie status seeks . . . 
another addition to the Twilight Zone . . . Bevis 
becomes an uncontrollable lover . . . will the 
pledges make it to the Christmas party.' . . . 
Dream Girl blown out on her weekend? . . . 
spring and golf at Finley — "I never have played 
those first four holes" . . . exams ... I wonder, 
"Will I be back at Tau next fall ?" 



PLEDGE CLASS. F/nt roic: Bishop, Busby, Ferrell, Woodhead, Irving, Harris. Second row: Smith, Sayers, Parker, Scott, Stovall, Scott, Prillaman. 
Third roiv: Denlinger, Carpenter, Lynch, Hardman, Copland, Sharpe, Harris. Fourth roiv: Strickland, Harsell, Mann, Maddox, West, Sanders, 
Ephland. Not pictured : Ephland, Hume, Golden. 




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Kappa of 

PI KflPPR PHI 





Clark Adams 

Secretary Treasure) 



\:y-^\f^CH'-SW. 



Hobbs 

W^arden 



^^ 



Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity was founded at the College of 
Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina on December 
10, 1904. Ten years later. Kappa Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi 
was founded at the University of North Carolina. The 




national publication is the Star and Lamp. The frater- 
nity's colors are gold and white, and the flower is the rose. 



Wallace 
Ward 
Wilson 




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"Meanwhile, back at the Oasis . . 

35 Pledges and no room on the front porch . . . 
Mouse at last a brother . . . My glasses have a film 
on them ! . . . First a pin, then a diamond, then a 
girl from Kentucky . . . Stepp's special December 
26 celebration . . . Just a little smile Teddy-bear 
... 4 bean Charlie speaks . . . Mr. and Mrs. Peter 
Rabbit add to family . . . Clark gets Junior J 
Award . . . Come on and ride with me — we won't 
take but a minute . . . You can use my car any- 
time, pledges . . . Bring me a couple of beers, she's 
not coming this week-end . . . Now just what can 



nK<i> 





Kay Taylor 
Pi Kappa Phi Sweetheart 

we do .-* . . . It's a small check, but just think of the 
experience! . . . No, don't come back here for 
about an hour . . . Ramsey collects $1.00 from 
general-god . . . No, you inactives can't have that 
plate because we're saving it for the Negro com- 
bo .. . Wilson defines lavaliering . . . No, I won't 
date you, but lend me your MG . . . "What a piece- 
ful Easter! . . . Man shovels. Chaplain speaking 
. . . First war and then marriage . . . Another 
Roseball, another queen. 



PLEDGE CLASS. First row: Groce, Martin, Black, Carpenter, Garrison, Oakley, Gillmore. Second row: McAdams, Dailey, Perkins, Bivens, New- 
ton, McLeod, Massingill, Penny, Couch, Smyre. Third row: Lowe, Jones, McGee, 'Wainio, Pike. Teeter, Small, Stuefer, Oldfield, Minor, Sears, 
Newcomb. Missing: Adams, Snipes, Fisher, Long. 




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Omega Beta of 

PI LflmBDR PHI 




Dennis Winner 
Rex 




Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity was founded nationally at Yale 
University in March, 1895. The local chapter was estab- 
lished in 1939. The fraternity publication is the Tripod. 






^.-Ai^* mi^M^r^^^^M' 



The colors are purple and gold, and the flower is the 
woodbine. 




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Who swiped the Frankincense? 

Winner nails down the executive spot . . . Hawk 
noses out pledge class for Pi Lam's 24th year . . . 
Rick and the Weasel reign at Scrabble . . . Sackrat 
holds down the title . . . Snoopy arrives, courtesy 
of the Penthouse . . . Froggy back at the TV . . . 
Harris returns, we think . . . Cheddar, Jer, and 
D. J. pinned . . . Rout spends the dinner hour in 
the showers . . . Bruno's back with tighter pants . . . 
JC applies for Holiday Inn credit card . . . Lowell 
cries for help and life preserver is thrown . . . 
Foxie runs taxi service to Greensboro . . . The 
Nose just grows and grows . . . Baldy tears hair 



nA<t> 




Miss Hedy Berger 
Pi Latnbdit Phi Sweetheart 

out over law school . . . Golden Boy goes to 
Washington, maybe . . . Kip would abscond with 
funds, but . . . Ghana hard hit by mono . . . Navy 
blue Weejuns just don't go . . . Wally doesn't 
know us any more . . . Seabiscuit and the Also- 
ran pull many home and hearths . . . All the wee 
people seek return to the Emerald Isle . . . Lastly, 
Pedro pulls a Holden Caulfield waiting to find 
where the hell the ducks do go in the winter and 
anticipating the return of the Senorita . . . And 
the lions did roar! 



PLEDGE CLASS. Finl row: Eisenband, Gimpie, Musord, Kay, Bernstein. Second row: Brilliant, Freiberg, Steinberg, Mann, Waldman, Hyman. 
Third rote: Baum, Lester, Weinstein, Lurey, Schwartz, Peake. 



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XI of 

ST. RDTHOnY HALL 




St. Anthony Hall was founded at Columbia University in 
1847, and the local chapter was established in 1854. The 
official colors of the fraternity are blue and gold. 




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The Hall after Germans. 



Fall started with a bang . . . The bang of sledge 
hammers against the ill-fated barbecut pit . . . 
Architects Weber and Burns shed tears as 
House Mother R. Jones solemnly wielded the 
hammer of doom . . . That pear of entrepren- 
neurs, Honest Al and Happy Matt, took the 
brotherhood to the cleaners after the messy 
operation . . . Chef Gray, whose culinary de- 
lights sent connoisseurs K. Jones and Heard 
into fits of ecstacy, mourned the loss of his 
brick buddy-burner . . . Athletes emerged for 
intramurals: Waring threw his weight around 
the mats; Pledges Grant and Susenbury raffled 



AV 




Miss Barbara McLawhorn 
St. A. Sweetheart 

off Shives after a record breaking football 
season; Topping went out for varsity beer 
guzzling and made the team . . . Social life 
abounded: feverish mixers were the joy of Oc- 
tober . . . Chatham conquered hypochondria 
and discovered Bacchus . . . Kirkman broke a 
four year tradition and dated a Southern girl 
. . . Intellectuals formed the Hall's Brain 
Truss: Wrye collected proselytes for DTH 
and hooked Pearce . . . Sargent foamed at the 
mouth while Smith held forth on politics. 
Uncle Tony provided ice packs and black 
coffee for swingout. 



PLEDGE CLASS. First 



Farran, Wright, Doble, Fazio. Second 




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XI of 

SICmR RLPHR EPSILOn 




William Sullivan 
President 



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 Rec- 
ord is the official publication of the fraternity, and the 




colors are old gold and purple. The violet is the official 
flower. 



Albright 


Bass 


Giles 


Lewis 


Morgan 


Thompson 


Allen 


Batten 


Hoopes 


Light 


Nunnally 


Williamson 


Applegate 


Commander 


Holt 


Martin, E. 


Segrest 


Yates 


Barton 


Durston 


Johnston 


Afartin, W. 


Stoneman 


Young 




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"Me Jane, you druiik!" 



Grace TownsenJ 
Sigma Alpha Epsiloii Sweelheart 



Fratty club life more pleasant with Uncle Mot's 
gift rug . . . big Purple unscored on thanks to A. C. 
Crete . . . Allen, Martin, and Falfa make the big 
plunge (Silvia catches side plunge from Falfa) . . . 
days of big drinkers numbered, but Peehead, Marks 
and May fight on . . . Big Sid moves out with pilot 
while RB and RG move out with wives . . . Yates 
becomes compatible because of Cliffy, while ED 
Bass does reverse because of Madge's visit and ten 
pound letter . . . Pitt helps pledges adjust to new 
life, while Sull does same for Goody Shop branch 
of the house . . . Hooker learns place setting from 
reformed Eddus, while Tom is taught everything by 
Gracie . . . Troll finds Troll Woman, but Gloria 
still searches . . . Mouth snakes Sigma Chi Sweet- 



£AE 




heart as Light snakes BBBass . . . RoUo fights for C 
average and Shell Oil while Daddy greases into 1.5 
and Moorehead aid . . . Thunder Bump caught dat- 
ing college girls, and Branch Woman catches Ned 
dating any girls . . . Slim works on incompletes . . . 
Barefoot studies between brews, and Yotie trys be- 
tween Jane trips ... Bo B. becomes orator and 
Hoopy a forecastor . . . Skew saves on hot dog diet, 
but it comes out costly in the end . . . Giles makes the 
local girls . . . Ra-Ra becomes campus executive re- 
pairing Sperm's mistakes . . . Tomsoon is new 
naked man . . . Blake becomes banker for card 
games . . . E. Frat House renamed Dozen Roses 
Shipping Service in a year of love, snatch, snakes; 
booze edges them all in a good year for all. 



PLEDGE CLASS. First row: Dougherty, Waring, Thompson, Glasgow, Allen, Harrell. Second row: Logan, Martin, Gunter, Pope, Campbell 
burg. Third row: Cannon, Franklin, Wilson, Van Ness, Rodgers. 







RIpha Tau of 

SIGHR CHI 






Underwood 
I 'iCc-President 




Sigma Chi was founded nationally at Miami University 
of Ohio in 185^, and the local chapter was established in 



1889. The official Hower of the fraternity is the white rose 
and the colors are blue and old gold. 




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paitd. 



Miss Letitia MtDonalJ 
Sienhi Chi Sueethearl 



The shady Snail blithely crawls back to lead the 
Chi's and Susie in '62 . . . Underwood is still fight- 
ing for no ties . . . Michaux and Craig (alias Pack 
Rat) are still trying to revitalize the Tahoe levies 
kick ... all this much to the gentleman J. Q.'s 
consternation . . . Iron-fisted Keever is still trying 
to pry open those "iron Pants" ... J. B. is still 
trying to get away from Tri-Delt who canned 
Doug early in the season ... La Pierre finally 
traded in his beret for the new Stevens-Shepard 
look . . . The Chads indoctrinates the Navy Bat- 
talion with a new "Sober" Espirte . . . While his 



EX 




contemporary Shifl^dick is still floundering in the 
keg and shaving lotion . . . But we must reflect a 
sober minute for our dear departed brothers — 
Don and Wayno — whom we only see at nuptial 
processions . . . but we also find Carter there try- 
ing to sell them extra insurance . . . Midnight 
Debs and Chi O's bid Nebs goodbye . . . Brady 
changes major from Spanish 1 to French 1 . . . 
"Old Paint" perpetually gassed and gets plenty 
of practice from "Sweet Bird's" dream road trip 
— Mexico . . . All in all. Goose, the beanbirds, 
and the Sigma Chi House have another good year. 



PLEDGE CLASS. Fnsi , 
Third loiv: Busby, Wood 



Titlow. 

K-luk. '^ 



Hales. Ravers, Formanek, Yett, Pearce. Second > 
..lull IKhh, Sharp, Lindell. Mmnix: Banner, Gc 



Hunter, Gridell, Cutter, Boynton, Schiltz. Harwood. 




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Psiof 

siGmfl nu 




Tony Harrington 
Commander 




Sigma Nu fraternity was founded at the Virginia Military 
Institute in 1869. The chapter here was estabhshed in 
1888. Colors are black, white, and gold, and the flower is 
the white rose. Sigma Nu publishes its official magazine, 




The Delta, quarterly. The chapter publication is The 
White Star. 



Bogache 


Coffman 


Jones • 


Manlove 


McKee 


Ross 


Brandt 


Dean 


King 


McAdams 


McWilliams 


Thomas 


Bramley 


Dunn 


Kouri 


McGee, J. 


Moye 


Turner 


Clapp 


Furr 


MaJry 


McGee. R. 


Patterson 


Vanderberry 




Page 162 





See that girl, named Dolores 

Thirty-two and a white-rat transfer return to 
the Nu zoo for another nine-month social 
session under the U. N. -trained leader . . . 
Unibrow and Peahead captain rush team, get 
"best class ever" . . . Teen-age AU-American 
continues to sleepswim . . . "Hi there, trooper" 
. . . Q. B. slick lays down new steps, but with 
same old pole . . . Buffoon now a dumb idiot 
. . . "G" moves into house then gets cold feet 
and leaves . . . Pledge leader Arthur loses 
license, so Cathy transfers at semesters . . . 



£N 




Miss Diane Blanton 
Sweetheart of Sigfna Nu 

Moye now ace road runner . . . Coff captures 
coach of the year honors . . . Carr takes house 
animal laurels, "Dammit" second . . . What 
suaves won't get, money will, right Weazley 
. . . Veggy brothers continue to eat, sleep, fuzz, 
die, kill. Oh! . . . Eeps volunteers for the Ole 
Miss cause . . . Najaka elected Chairman of 
social activities in loonie bin . . . Sleep well, 
Carrboro, Furr is awake . . . Murals and parties 
are highlights of the year . . . Oh, Mah 
heavuns! It's a wunnaful world . . . 



PLEDGE CLASS. First rou:- Chance, King, Kirkland, King and Dammit, Hicks, Bullock, Sutton, Forbes. Second row: Castelloe, Howden, Ficklin, 
Arthur, Burwell. Third row: Exum, James, Najaka, Swift, Hortenstein, Bennett, Murphy. Fourth row: Rhodes, Bischoff, Potter, Harrell, Parker, 
Risman. Miiiiiig: McArthur, Ross. 




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Delta of 

SICmR PHI EPSILOn 








Spath Pool 

I Ict-Piciideiii Cumpnolle 



Lawrcnie 




Richard Windham 
President 

Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded nationally at the Uni- 
versity of Richmond in 1901, and the local chapter was 
established in 1921. The official flower is the American 
Beauty Rose, and the colors of the fraternity are red and 
purple. The publication is the Sigma Phi Epsilou joiirual. 





H^- ■ 




Bazemore 


mkP' M 


Farnham 


Bryan 


Wkm 


Franks 


Christopher 


Wft^ 


Goode 





Page 164 




Friday Attcrnoon: Curtain going up. 



New year at new house . . . Heads take Windham 
on at W. C. . . . J. O. rushes Chi O in San Fran- 
cisco . . . R. L.'s "beetle" gets sick . . . O. B. joins 
combo . . . Milch showers . . . "Morning gang!" 
from Uncle Sam . . . J. D. fails to balance — 
threatens suicide . . . Senior Brother hitches . . . 
Smiley snakes . . . TU drink to that!" . . . Law- 
rence runs out of rardboard slogans — joins in 
suicide pact . . . "Bang!" says Earls . . . Weed 
trades dates with chairman of the Rumors Com- 
mittee . . . Haze is in a daze over Connie O . . . 
Juniorest Brother's special effects are a success . . . 



E<t>E 





J..lin^)L L. Ma^.scnbuig 
Sigma Phi Epsiloii Sweelhearl 

Mayes dates a "Zot" . . . CrantiU doubles to 
Italian Night . . . Bear Bryan likes turkey . . . 
Sonny teaches Goode not to forget . . . Ward lifts 
weights . . . Bryce loses campus contacts . . . Mar- 
vin and Raggett pick and sing back from Strat- 
ford . . . Phillips beats path to E. C. . . . Lafayette 
gets serious . . . Norm finally takes a date in . . . 
Franks recites poetry . . . Mary corrals Heavy 
. . . Lowe passes — loses blonde . . . Possum 
growls and dates a '58 Buick . . . Lashley dates 
same girl twice . . . New paint job for front 
door . . . Anybody seen our Bud lamp? 



PLEDGE CLASS. F:rst m 
Masingale, Newsome, Btnti 



Lentz, Satterfield, Probst, ChappeL Second in; 
Lyon, Rav. Viek, .Siott, Hugltr, Pope. Fourth 



Bagley, HalL Gebcanz, Simmons, Handy, Bagaett. Third 
(•; Thompson, Bemtr, McDanicI, Dunn. Hughes.' 





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Omega of 

TflU EPSILOn PH 





Columbia University was the site of the founding of Tau 
Epsiion Phi in 1910. The local chapter was established in 
1924. The Plume is the official publication and purple 




and white are the colors. The flowers are the lily-of-the- 
valley and the violet. 



Gelberman 


Guller, F. 


Jacoby 


Morgan 


Saul 


Gertz 


Guller, P. 


iCaplan 


Nislick 


Schiff 


Gilkow 


Hanchrow 


Leder 


Rich 


Sheps 


Golden 


Hahn 


Legum 


Robbins 


Solter 


Goldman 


Helbein 


Le\ inson 


Roseman 


Spies 



Berlin 


Dahan 


Bordon 


Fishman 


Chused 


Freedland 


Cohen 


Ganderson 




Page 166 




The Morning After. 

After intermission . . . "Rise and Fall" returns on 
the wings o£ a Moose . . . First Triumvirate en- 
camps in the Slum . . . New York Politburo ab- 
dicates . . . Jerseyites move in . . . The Greek be- 
comes a Cheerleader, edges out Toppell . . . Right 
Niblitz ? . . . MaaaalUl . . . Big Bad John continues 
Date service . . . Merk Markin becomes a Sheaffer 
Snorkel Pen . . . San Francisco keeps Donald 




Miss Sandra Danneman 
Tau Epsilon Phi Sweetheart 

Duck solvent, but not in coke . . . Charlie Brown 
^ p il^ went to class . . . David proves Incest is Best . . . 
Maaaallll . . . Solter and Saul look for Silly III 
. . . Noseman still would rather be dead than Red 
on the Head . . . Hayashi opens up third floor Art 
Gallery . . . Arman finally stops singing "Julie" 
. . . Maaaaaillll . . . 



PLEDGE CLASS. First row: H. Rosefield, M. Klaff. S. Mintz, S. Martinson, G. Lewis. Second row: D. Harris. A. Bietler, A. Dobrich, J. Baer. 

T/}ird ruw: E. Dworin, S. Nisliek, M. Murkin, L. Roberts. 




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Alpha Eta of 

THETfl CHI 



iUi/0. 






Theta Chi was founded nationally at Norwich Univer- 
sity, Norwich, Vermont in \8V^ and locally in 1920. Mili- 



tary red and white are the fraternity colors, and the official 
flower is the red carnation. The publication is The Rattle. 




Page 168 





Sports-Car StuHing.'' 



Miss Wanda Entwistle 
Theta Chi Dream Girl 



Doyle keeps things buzzing at the tavern . . . 
Holmes has forgotten the color of his car . . . Du- 
pree is getting used to the nickname "Scoop" 
. . . Andy yearns for Virginia . . . Jennrich joins 
Bob Hope fan club . . . Lunney doesn't have to go 
to WC any longer . . . But Charlie's still making 
the trip . . . Glaser tries to live down Canvas-Back 
label . . . Butch studies 'Recreology" . . . D. T. 
learns to say "Open Wide " . . . Gino visits AH 



OX 




occasionally . . . Loper still thinks AH stands for 
Austin Healy , . . Flash is still blowing bubbles 
. . . Will Bruce change his major again ? . . . Theta 
Chi's worked hard in a certain sociology course 
. . . Cole leads sharp bunch of pledges . . . Pledge 
class grows every week . . . Football games . . . 
Finals . . . Beach trips . . . Finals . . . Everyone's 
ready for next year. 



PLEDGE CLASS. Hoffman, Brown, Harrison, Edwards, Stewart, Brinson. Saunders, Cole. 




Page 169 



Alpha Pi of 

ZETfl BETR TRU 





"The Greatest Show on Earth," Zeta Beta Tau, first set 
up its tent at City College, New York City in 1898; and 
the local side-show began on a permanent basis in 1927. 
The official colors are blue and gold and the programs 




are issued under the titles of The Zeta Beta Tau Quar- 
terly, and the Alpha Pioneer. 




Page 170 





"O. K., who's the receiver-eating gleebus? 



Bonnie Moses 
Zetci Beta Tau Sweetheart 



ZBT returns for 36th year . . . brothers return . . . 
"what does it all mean" gone . . . Rush fantastic 
. . . cars for everyone . . . Fine takes helm . . . 
Michele takes Fine . . . parties swing better than 
ever . . . idiots pull number one grades for second 
consecutive season . . . How ? ! . . . Obese takes 
flying leap ... so does Jack . . . Muggsey Seigels 
extracurriculars-Soccer and Greensboro . . . 
Myers returns minus brain . . . Schnitz has gone 
where? . . . Julien, Jr. brings down "Terrible 



ZBT 




Terp"; one fall . . . Turk's hair problem taugher 
than yours . . . Stein's mind Snaps, Crackles and 
Pops . . . Suzy gives Berman the bird . . . Shapiro 
down on farm . . . Beauregard no longer just eats 
buttered grits . . . Chanin remains UP in fog . . . 
Gordon dissolves in test tube . . . Glue holds 
house together . . . return of the Coanisms . . . 
Konrad Kottler now all American boy . . . Old 
Jasons never die, they just smell that way . . . 
How ya' doin', Ace! ? 



PLEDGE CLASS. Fha 
Weinstein, Taylor. 



Kramer, Feingold, Grossbart, Rosenbaum, Schwartz, Miller. Second 



Israel, Bell, Feder, Sadow, Lichtenstein, 




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Upsilon of 

ZETfl PSI 




David Wilson 
President 




Zeta Psi was founded at New York University in 1847. 
The Upsilon Chapter at North Carolina opened its doors 
in 1858. The Fraternity colors are gold and white; its 




Hindle Mannini; 

\'ict-Preudeiil Stcittji) 



Emory 
Treasure 




flower IS the white carnation. The national publication is 
The Circle of Zeta Ps/. 




Page 172 






'\'our midriff bulge /.i gontl" 



Laura l\)wnscnd HurEun 
Zel.i Psi Sponsor 



Once again it's opening time for the zoo and your 
rather hefty zoo-keeper is going to give you the 
three-dollar tour — In the first row of cages you 
will see such animals as the ferocious Claude- 
Hog and the giant Embryo chasing the world's 
only yellow tortellia towards the jaws of Henry 
L., the huge headed lion ... In other cages you 
will see remnants of last year's animals — scraps 
of Bhudda's and Weasel's Pizza and Biz time 
the Giraif's tail . . . Now we come to the new 
animals in their cages: The Lap-dog, the Squirrel, 



ZW 




the Palmer Beast, a Neanderthal man, and a 
laughing hyena called Stanley . . . Also featured 
are such notable creatures as the once-near- 
extinct do-do birds Jim and Jack, and the world's 
only red-haired Weyman . . . There are also other 
animals, but we can't see through their filthy 
cages to get a good look at anything but an Arm- 
Pitt or two . . . "With that prize crop of animals 
the zoo minus probation should furnish great 
entertainment for all the kiddies in South Build- 
ing and surrounding areas for the season . . . 



PLEDGE CLASS. Fmi rmi: Dunn, VCright, Fountain. Branstrum. Pitt, loncs, Houstun. SecuiiJ rmr: Ottingcr. Smith, Stronach, Simmons, Harri- 
son. Emory, Palmer, Teelc, Stanley, Lynch, Ragland, Kramer. 




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PROFESSION AT T7RATERNITIES 




<1>MA 




Alpha Rho of 

PHI mu RLPHR 

sinFoniR 

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, professional music fraternity, 
was founded in 1898 at the New England Conservatory 
of Music in Boston, Mass. Since that time, it has grown 
to over 200 chapters, making it the largest fraternity in 
the United States. Alpha Rho Chapter was founded here 
atU.N.C. inl926. 



Judy Cheatham 
Phi Mu Alpha Su-eetheart 



PLEDGES: Pledgemaster, Pinson. Front row: Medim, Walker, Wright, Horton, McDonald, Allison. Second row: Steele, Grimes, Willis, Symmes. 
Third row: McClelland, Schrum, Ennis. 




Page 174 





Pinson 

Vice-President 



Wood 
Treasurer 



George Marshall Bar 
President 



Alpha Rho starts year with bang as it gets "Best Chapter 
in Nation" Award . . . Hard work towards James Michael 
Barham Music Scholarship reaps big dividends . . . Best 
rush yet . . . Rides in Pierre's Jag . . . Chartered planes to 
"O.D." Rancid cadet Fox takes dunking . . . Sammy's 
Sunday night drunks . . . Smith, Hunt, McDowell keep 



Tempo swinging . . . Party with fair girls . . . Success at 
"W.C, Merrideth, St. Mary's . . . Mayhew trades Fran 
for plaque . . . Friedman runs off with "Willis Sisters . . . 
Lee stays sober . . . Barr flies high, minus I.W.H. . . . 
Fesperman gets haircut . . . Strickland turns Don Juan . . . 
Tough year all around ! 



Brown 

Conrad 

Dawson 

Durham 

Fesperman 

Finison 



Fox 

Friedman 

Goodman 

Greeson 

Grice 

Hamilton 



Isaac 
Jones 



Rogerson 

Roof 

Skees 

Smith 

Strickland 

Whisnant 




Page 175 



Lambda of 

KflPPR EPSILOn 




Kappa Epsilon is a national honorary fraternity for 
women students in pharmacy. It was founded na- 
tionally in 1921 at the State University of Iowa. 
Lambda Chapter was founded at the University of 
North Carolina in 1940. The purposes are to stimu- 
late in its members a desire for high scholarship, to 





Margaret McCann 
President 



foster a professional consciousness, and to provide 
a bond of lasting loyalty, interest, and friendship. 
The fraternity is proud of its many members 
throughout the nation who are leaders in the phar- 
maceutical profession. 




Akers 


Cluhlc 


Greene 


lulinson, M. F. 


LlM^,l 


Routli 


Bender 


Clayton 


Horsley 


Johnson, M. L. 


Prutfitt 


Stroud 


Burris 


Farmer 


Jamison 


Lai 


Ring 


Zahran 



Page 176 



STUDEHT RRTIOnRL 

EDUCflTIOn — v^i 

flSSOCIflTIOn 

The Student National Education Association is a pro- 
fessional organization for students preparing to teach. 
The Frank Porter Graham Chapter of the S.N.E.A. on 
this campus is a basic unit of the state and national educa- 
tional organizations, taking a leading part in the activities "^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^KK^^SS^ 
carried on state- and nation-wide. Its responsibilities in- 
clude an introduction and insight into the teaching pro- Left lo right.- Jeffreys, Secretary; Griffin, Vice-Presideut; McKeithan, 

Treasurer; King, President. 

fession, entertaining programs, and projects in which all 

members participate. Sponsors are Mrs. Stacy Ebert and OFFICERS 1962-1963 

rN XT -I I D Vresident Ilena King 

Dr. NeiU Rosser. r,- ^ j , n,-, ^ -ai 

Vice-President Mike Griffin 

Secretary Dora Jeffreys 

Treasurer Patsy McKeithan 

Program Chairmen Carol Mathews, Robin Haney 

Social Chairmen Mary Ann Ittner, Mimi Farquhar 

Projects Chairman Joy Eraser 

First row: Unknown, Haney, Thompson, Mathews, Strickland, Unknown, Burbridge, Efird, Butler, Keel, Moore, Hodges, Ives, Heath, Spiegal, 
McKeithan. Second row: Unknown, Finch, Powers, Lee, Brinson, Bond, Hausinger, Caffey, Beach, Marsh, Vail, Beck. Third row: King, Taxis[ 
Herbert, England, Taylor, Wilson, Elam, Stinson, Boyette, Venters, Wright, Barefoot, Hutton, Eraser, Jeffreys. Fourth row: Griffin, Ittner, Out- 
water, Jones, Dawson, Bender, Unknown, Purser, Johnson, Diehl, Herring, Eagles, Whitlock, Brady, Smith, Delves, Pollock, Unknown, Wall, 
Lyday, Dixon, McDonald, Collier, Unknown. 





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Beta XI of 

KRPPR PSI 




McKinnon 
Treasurer 




William Hugh Fuller 
Regent 



The Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity was founded in 
1879. This, the Beta Xi Chapter, was established at the 
University of North Carolina in 191 5. Membership in the 



fraternity is limited to pharmacy students of good charac- 
ter, who have proven scholarship ability and who have 
a wholesome college spirit. 



Alexander 
All.good 
Amnions 
Blanton 




Page 178 






Lynda Cauble 
Sponsor 

The new year started and many of the guys were back at 
the house early to clear out the rats, roaches, and beer 
cans, etc., left behind by the summer schoolers. The dorm 
branch finally moved into the house . . . Baity, Kesler, and 
Freeman are still on the links . . . Edwards gave up 
golf . . . Fuller is about to wear out his gavel . . . pledges 
are still playing hide and seek . . . Reaves brings motor 
scooter back, looks for black, leather jacket . . . Kazmaier 
is luckier than ever . . . Hill gives up his Yankee heritage 



Fraternal spirit. 

and joins us Rebels ... we finally got a new hose and it 
turned out to be a noodle . . . Patterson, a lab instructor.' 
... the seniors are praying for Q.P.'s . . . the Shack's busi- 
ness tripled when we returned to school . . . Hickmon 
nurses his drunken roommate . . . Brown still has the 
biggest feet . . . Lynch still blmd-dating ... the secretary 
loses his minutes . . . mighty AUgood goes in the lake . . . 
and "Tricky" keeps us in suspense. 



PLEDGES. Finl row: Baugham, Matthews. Bumgardner. HoUingsworth. Second roiu: Evans, Bailey, Brooks, Harris, Hite. Third 
mailer, Patterson, Gray, Badgett, Woodward, Minton, Cranford, lEason, Farmer, Heatherington, Moore. 



Pledge- 




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RIpha Gamma of 

PHI DELTR CHI 





Phi Delta Chi, a professional pharmaceutical fraternity 
founded to advance the science of pharmacy and to 
foster and promote a fraternal spirit among its members, 
was founded at the University of Michigan in 1883. The 



local chapter. Alpha Gamma, was established on May 
30, 1923. The red carnation is the fraternity flower, and 
the colors are old gold and dregs of wine. 




Page 180 





'Jim brc.ikini; th 



Phi Delta Chi . . . here and there ... a party, a night, 
a weekend . . . Foster tries to keep the T-Bird run- 
ning while keeping up with Pharmacy girls . . . Ron, 
the gross one, keeps everybody alert, even L. T. . . . 
Bass sips just a bit . . . Poteat always has something 
to say . . . The "Red Rabbit" wanders while Davis 



<I>AX 



has that snake look again . . . Jim, swimming again .-' 
George wants some inside while Smart is giving 
everybody the inside . . . Cameron has another Cad- 
die while Long still lingers! Myers wires the house 
for sound. Can you beat it? Hope springs eternal 
again. 



PLEDGE MASTERS. First row: Long, Stocks. PLEDGES. Second row: Jones, Carter, Warren, Brown, Eiler, Moore, McCaskill, Matthews. Third 
row: Owen, Miller, Powell, Kennedy, Rhyns, Markham. 




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RIpha Lambda of 

DELTA SIGITIR PI 






Kenneth Miller 
President 



Kilpatrick 
Treasurer 



Delta Sigma Pi was founded at New York University on 
November 7, 1907. Alpha Lambda at U.N.C. was founded 
on May 9, 1925. The magazine is The De/tasig and the flower 
is the rose. 




# § # 



Thornton 

Turner 

Vc-stal 

VCorley 

Wrench 



Page 182 




Sharron Hacker 
Dellj Sig Sponsor 

Alpha Lambda opened in the Fall with the bang of 
hammers and slosh of paint brushes in the prepara- 
tion of our new home. All agreed that we had 
missed our calling, but the future looks bright with 
our new pledge class who seems to have a phobia for 
watching TV at the house at late hours. Super sales- 
men never change as Morris and Davis continue to 
prey on innocent young girls. Iron gavel Thornton 




Azn 



'Is a new house worth it?" 



continues his battle with the violent yankee who 
says "Five years is long enough." Barnette, Gris- 
wold, and Johnson continue their effort to wear 
out the road to W. C. Rose of Delta Sig of 1504 
keeping a close watch on the bar. A prosperous 
year with the same ole "in other words" and "what 
I mean to say's" lingering on. 



PLEDGES. First roi 
Shankle, McColIum. 



Riddle, Bauguess. Powell. Rathbun. Dana. Rose. Second 



Moser, Durham. Pruitt. Cline. Adams. Hawkins. Stubbs, 




Page 183 



RIpha Tau of 

RLPHR KRPPR PS 






Stonaker 
Vice-President 



Alpha Kappa Psi, America's first and largest business 
fraternity, was founded nationally at New York Univer- 
sity in 1904. The local chapter was first established in 
1925. The colors are blue and gold, and the flower is the 
yellow rose. 



Aitken 


Carter 


Edmund 


Goss 


King 


Major 


Register 


Beeton 


Coulter 


Fagge 


Henson 


Land 


Neal 


Slatterv 


Brown 


Dutton 


Freedle 


Howard 


Langlev 


Neville 


Vaughn 




Page 184 




Doris Griffitts 
Sweetheart of A. K. Psi 

Spook leads Alpha Tau back to the womb with fond 
remembrances of BEACH WEEK . . . MOTHER 
GOOSE, George's Sword Dancer, delightful scram- 
bled egg sandwiches, Joan's belly . . . 

The first week of school finds the flying Pinhead 
and "one punch" Yankee visiting the infirmary . . . 
Returning to the house, they hear Irv singing that 
old barroom hit, "There's a Moon Out Tonight." 
Slatts immediately beats it to the chapter room and 
asks Tom to "speak up" . . . Roily is heard telling 
Aaron "The Snake" that he is considering getting 
pinned for the holidays . . . Nimmie joins the group 



AKV 




One sip is worth a thousand words. 

demanding some bubble gum . . . Upstairs is heard 
a cry "Change Time" . . . Moving into the T'V room, 
we hear Beets asking "Sheets" Huffer to fix him up 
for the weekend, for he had just been shot DOWN 
by Bonnie Babes . . . The phone rings and 23 
pledges stampede, while the Rooter races to fire 
escape, pounds chest, screaming: "Is there a doctor 
in the house?" . . . 

We look towards — Pledge Weekends, New 
York, Beach Week . . . another year will end too 
quickly. 



PLEDGES F/nl luu 
Hams \Xood Thud 



W ill Ezzell, Thorneloe. Crook, Doughtery, Griffin, Murray. Second row 
Jones, Watkins, Marlowe, Cruse, Martin, Patsel, Barringer, Lindsey. 



Harris, Cronwell, Woodward, Hooks, Chadwick, 




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Rhoof 

RLPHR PHI OmEGfl 

Alpha Phi Omega is the only national service fraternity. It was founded at 
Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania in 1925; Rho Chapter at U.N.C. 
in 1930. 

The purpose of Alpha Phi Omega is to assemble college men in the 
fellowship of the Scout Oath and Law, to develop leadership, and to pro- 
mote service to humanity. To carry out these ends, APO has many campus- 
wide service projects each year. The Ugliest Man on Campus contest to 
raise money for charity, a Book Exchange between semesters. Parents' Day, 
and ushering at Playmaker productions are a few. APO also has banquets 
and parties to develop friendship among the brotherhood. 




Linda Leigh Pearce 
APO Sweetheart 



PLEDGES. Finr mw.- Chaplin. Snyder, Cunningham, O'Quinn, Hunt. Partin, 'VCilkinson, Lamas. Second row: Albritton. Ruth, Lloyd, Lanier, 
Inyr.im, Ward, Smart, Rdbinsdn. Daugherty. 




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Clarence Dixon 
President 



Brake 
Camp 

Cunningham 

Fisher 

Gabriel 



Garris 

Garrison 
George 
Harris 
Harrison 



Iddings 

Johnson 

Kleiman 

Lee 

Hallon 



Malski 

McDonald 

McKee 

Moore 

Pearson 



Reeves 

Ross 

Spring 

Stonaker 

Watkins 

Wilson 




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inmBDR PHI omEGfi 




POPPII 



Richard Scott Savitt 
Aaron M. Levy 
Louis Legum 
Martin B. Freedland 



Steven R. Kaplan 
Jack Hanchrow 
Richard Gins 
Al Roseman 



■ ■■■■'.!'' 



HOnORflRY POPPII 



Barry Zaslav 
Hilton Goldman 



Richard Weiner 
Charles H. Goldman 



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BETR GRmmR sicmR 

Beta Gamma Sigma is the only national honorary society in the field of com- 
merce and business recognized by the American Association of Collegiate Schools 
of Business. The organization originated at the University of Wisconsin in 1907. 
Alpha of North Carolina Chapter was established here in 1933. 

The purposes of this society are to encourage and reward accomplishment 
among the students of commence and business administration; to promote the 
advancement of education in the art of science of business; and to foster integrity 
in the conduct of business operations. 



OFFICERS 

Scott Newton Brown, Jr President 

David L. Cohen Secretary 

James W. Roark Treasurer 

IssAC N. Reynolds Faculty President 

Richard I. Levin Faculty Secretary 



Ronnie Anderson 
David S. Ball 
Gerald A. Barrett 
J. C. D. Blaine 
Scott Newton Brown, Jr. 
Richard P. Calhoon 
Dudley D. Carroll 
Geoffrey Churchill 
David L. Cohen 
Dudley J. Cowden 
Burton Harvey Dean 
John E. Dykstra 



MEMBERS 

G. Marlin Evans 
Joe S. Floyd 
Claude S. George 
WiUard J. Graham 
Paul N. Guthrie 
Clarence Heer 
Jan W. Karcz 
Charles A. Kirkpatrick 
William F. Lamm 
Rudolph P. Lamone 
Harold Q. Langenderfer 
Maurice W. Lee 



Richard L Levin 
Clement S. Logsdon 
William Loy 
Clarence H. McGregor 
Earl E. Peacock 
Issac N. Reynolds 
James W. Roarck 
Robert Shallenberger 
William A. Terrill 
Donald Tuttle 
L. Fredrick Van Eck 
Arthur M. Whitehill, Jr. 



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Powell 
Vice-President 



Kleiman 
Secretary 



Alpha Epsilon Delta is an international honor society for pre-medical and pre- 
dental students. It was founded at the University of Alabama in 1926. The 
University of North Carolina Beta Chapter was founded in 1936. The object of 
the society is to stimulate and recognize excellence in pre-medical and pre-dental 
scholarship. 



Ange 


Church 


Hart 


Joyner 


McLamb 


Roper 


Sawyer 


Blake 


Drake 


Hobbs 


Lane 


Owens 


Rosen 


Spruill 


Bloom 


Greene 


Homesly 


Levitt 


Patterson 


Rubin 


Thomason 


BunJy 


Griffin 


HuffiiKin 


Lewis 


Phillips 


Russell 


Willi.'.ms 




RHO CHI 



OFFICERS 

BILLY MAC SMYRE President 

MEREDITH PATTON Vke-President 

MARGARET McCANN Secretary-Treasurer 

BILL PATTERSON Historian 



FACULTY 

Dr. J. L. Brannon 

Dr. E. A. Brecht 

Dr. M. A. Chambers 

Dr. George Cocolas 

Dr. B. W. Fitzgerald 

Dr. A. W. Jowdy 

Dr. J. C. Kellet 

Dr. Claude Piantidosi 

Dr. Fred T. Semeniuk 

Dr. Margaret A. Shaw 

Dr. Herman O. Thompson 

Dr. William W. Taylor 

Dr. J. K. Weir 



GRADUATES 

Bahram Faradieh 
Mrs. Rosemarie Faust 
Allen Hirsch 
Yoon C. Kim 
Lames K. Lim 
Bob Morris 
Viljhalmur Skulasson 
Ed Sumner 



UNDERGRADUATES 
Deane Hughes Bender 
Malcolm Winston Burroughs 
Larry Edward Denning 
William David Medlin 
Margaret Jane McCann 
John Agrippa Mitchener, III 
William Earl Patterson 
Meredith Gail Patton 
Joseph Charles Perkins 
Billy Mac Smyre 
Gary Martin Stamey 
Lewis Henry Stocks, III 




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OFFICERS 1961-1962 

Roger Babson Foushee 

George Worth Campbell, Jr Hyp, 

Willis Padgett Whichard Graffnna, 

Ray Simpson Farris, Jr Chrj^o 

Argonauts Inducted April 16, 196 

674 Robert Hodges Bilbro 

675 Dwight Hernard Wheless 

676 Timothy Brooks Burnett 

677 Wade Hampton Hargrove, Jr. 

678 Richard Allen Vinroot 

679 Wilham Graham Harriss 

680 Julius LeVonne Chambers 

681 Joe Malcolm Craver 

682 James Dennis Rash 

683 Michael David Hall 

684 Frederick Randolph Anderson, Jr. 

685 Allen Thomson Cronenberg, Jr. 

686 Grover Woodrow Everett, Jr. 

687 Lawrence Jackson Fetner, II 

688 William Carl Imes 

689 Edwin Warner Bass 

690 James Carlos Gaulden, Jr. 

691 Walter Estes Dellinger, III 

Student Argonauts 1962-1963 

627 Daniel Milton Lotz 

639 Wade Marvin Smith 

641 Janes Martin Scott 

653 Robert Vernon Fulk, Jr. 

655 Roger Babson Foushee 

656 Maullce Glen Jehnson 
661 William FloytrSavers. 
664'4Ians Rudolf Fr.mkfo 

Willis Padyctt W'hr 

^674 Robert Hodges Bilh 

675 Dwight Hernard Wi|i 

677 Wade Hampton Hargrove, J 

678 Richard Allen Vin/oot 
681 Joe Malcolm Craver 
684 Frederick Randolph AnderHW^ 

Allen Tliomson Cronenberg 

688 William Carl Imes 

689 Edwia Warner Bass 
Walter Estes DeUinger, 11} 

"harter Argonauts' inaJrbe 

4 Alfred ^X■llliams Havwoc(d, Jr 
^^!>^ 6 Phillips Russell 

^^^ 7 William Pp^d^a^oc^s 

■ ' ' ' ' / 








ULTY Argonauts 1962-1963 

Claude Edward Teague 
Edf;ar Ralph Rankin 

Burto* H 

Lliyd Uai 

tqates 
'Jde BliJtcp L: nke. 

fwp,',^''' re'' 

rederick Carlyle Shepari 
Earle Horace Hartsell 
Joseph Maryon Saunders 
Richard Beverly Raney 
Edgar Alexander Cameron 
Walter Smith Spearman, Jr. 
Frederick Henry Weaver 
George Alexander Heard 
Alfred Guy Ivey 
Earnest Craige 
Isaac Montrose Taylor 
James Frederick Newsome 
John Dewey Dorsett, Jr. 
Hugh Talmadge Lefler 
Harry Kitsun Russell 
James Clarence Wallace 
William West Taylor 
Frank William Hanft 
William Clyde Friday 
John A. Kirkland 
Robert Allison Fetzer 
Walter Reece Bcrryhill 
Roy Walter Holsten 
John Lassiter Sanders 
Henry Parker Brandis. Jr. 
John M. Schnorrenberg 
lulian Dewey Mason. Jr. 
Dudley Dewitt Carroll 
Archibald Henderson 
Thomas Anthony Rezzuto, Jr. 
William Woodard McLendon 
Preston Herchel Epps 
Foster Fitz-Simons 
Louis Round Wilson 
Jan Philip Schinhan 
Wilson Elman Mason. Jr. 
Berthold Louis Ullman 
William Brantley Aycock 
Maurice Taylor Van Hecke 
Bernard Henry Boyd 
Sturgis Elleno Leavitt 
Nathan Anthony Womack 
Geoifee VanJerbeck Taylor I 
William Graham Ha|ris 



^ VALKY 




OFFICERS . 

MARY KAY FLETCHER, President ELIZABETH ANNE WALKER, Secretary 

JUDITH GATES CLARK, Vice-President JAN GREER McCOLSKEY, Treasurer 

JUDITH BELINDA DEAL, Alumnae Secretary 



ill Margaret Anne Rhymes 
378 Mary Kay Fletcher 
387 Judith Gates Clark 

403 Jan Greer McCoIskey 

404 Elizabeth Anne Walker 

Nancy Adams 
Arthur Allen 
Helen D. Allen 
E. S. Avery 
Grace Aycock 
Henrietta Bo Brown 
Dorothy Phillips Cansler 
Katherine Carmichael 
Elizabeth Scott Carrington 
Sally Car 



MEMBERS 1962-1963 

405 Judith Belinda Deal 

410 Meridith Gail Patten 

411 Jean Carman Yoder 

412 Julie Gatewood Latane 

ALUMNAE AND HONORARIES 



Susie Harwood Cordon 
Mary Hedrick Davis 
Martha Decker DeBerry 
Emery Denny rvmKjr < 
Margaret Dent '■*iW^ 
Nancy Margaret Faison 
Mayhew Fambrough 
Kathleen Boles Fink 
Jackie Suber Fowler 
Ida Howell Friday 



Sue Gustafson 
Judy Brott Harris 
Diana Harmon 
Maxine Lee Hocutt 
Sally Hoener 
Guy B. Johnson 
Alice Forrester Keiger 
Mary Francis Kellam 
Elizabeth L. Kemble 



413 Brooks G. Garnett 

4 14 Susan Rhodes Crow 

415 Anne Billings Lupton 

4 16 Beverly Ann Haynes 



Kathy Lunstrum 
Isabelle McLeod 
Lydia Moody 
Irene Smart Rains 
Elizabeth Reed 
Julia Staples 
Toler Tucker Walker 
Frances Angas Weaver 
Priscilla Blakeney Wyrick 



PHI BETA KflPPR 



Phi Beta Kappa was founded at the College of William and Mary December 5, 1776. The Alpha Chapter of North 
Carolina was established here November 7, 1904, and there are at present 170 chapters. 

OFFICERS 

Douglas McIntosh Fambrough, Jr President 

Frederick Hailey Croom Vice-President 

Frederick Randolph Anderson, Jr Recording Secretary 

Ernest L. Mackie Corresponding Secretary-Treasurer 

PROFESSORS 
Robert B. House Almonte C. Howell Corydon P. Spruill 



Members Initiated iMay 10, 1962 
juniors 

Frederick Randolph Anderson, Jr. 
Daniel McMullen Armstrong 
Frederick Hailey Croom 
Robert Ervin Cunningham, Jr. 
Gloria DiCostanzo 
Douglas Mcintosh Fambrough, Jr. 
Jonathan David Fraley, Jr. 
Howard Glann Garner 
Michael James George 
Carl Douglas Rhodes, Jr. 
William Ross Sullivan 
Scott Dean Ward 
James Alvin Yount 

SENIORS 

Ronnie Nelson Anderson 
Charles Landis Bennett 
Robert Hodges Bilbro 
Doris Alexander Blazer 
Charles Steven Bolick 
Betti Brown 
Henrietta Bo Brown 
Saundra Leigh Bryan 
John Hendrik 
Johnson Burns Clinard 
Alexandra Leonore Eckoldt 
Grover Woodrow Everett 
Thomas K. Fitzgerald 
Robert Parker Foxworth 
David John Goode 
Roderic Boyd Griffin, Jr. 
Sandra Frances Hoke 
Stephen Edward Kesler 
Benjamin Franklin Lenhardt, Jr. 
Cordelia Kay Knight Mazuy 
Jon Michael McClister 
Edwin Gray Mendenhall 
Arthur Jesse Merrill, Jr. 
Glen Robert Moore 
Nancy Brown Moore 




Martha Ann Myers 
Margaret Karen Nelson 
George Thompson Noel, III 
Martha Elizabeth Parker 
James Barry Pittleman 
Nicholas Dickon Reppucci 
Robert English Sevier 
Robert Glenn Sherer, Jr. 
James Curtis Stalker 
Vivian Joanne Taylor 
Virginia Page Temple 
William Hunter Vaughn 
Kenneth Milton Wheeler 
Willis Howard Williams 

Aiembers Initiated December 6, 1962 

Elizabeth Anne Bingham 

Dennis Edward Bobrowske 

Reginald John Brooker 

William Howard Brown, Jr. 

Marjorie McDaniel Bryan 

George Worth Campbell, Jr, 

David Louis Cohen 

Allen Thompson Cronenburg, Jr. 

Richard Lee Dunn 

Michael David Hall 

Lewis Wardlaw Hamilton 

Joseph Spurgeon Harris 

Ronald Elmer Hatiield 

David Charles Hitch 

Martha Carlan Hollers 

Knox Houston Jones 

Anne Elizabeth Maxwell 

Anne Woodward Morgan 

George Marion Paddison 

Sheldon Peck 

Barry Allan Portnoy 

Margaret Ann Pruett 

Ralph Connor Reid, Jr. 

Martha Ellen Sienknecht 

Kosmo Davis Tatalias 

Lyla Gaye Van Valkenburgh 

Willis Padgett Whichard 



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PHI ETR SIGmfl 



Phi Eta Sigma, freshman honorary fraternity, was founded at the University of Illinois March 22, 1923, and at the 
present time has 111 chapters. Our chapter was established in 1947. 

OFFICERS 

William Albert Graham, Jr President 

John Daniel Shelburne Vice-President 

Richard Stockton Trenbath Secretary 

Perry Howell McCarty Treasurer 

Heathcote Wales Historian 

Ernest L. Mackie Faculty Adviser 



M. A. Hill, Jr. 
Ernest L. Mackie 



HONORARY MEMBERS 



Cecil Johnson 

CORYDON P. SpRUILL 



Members Initiated April 5, 1962 
Newton Franklin Adkinson 
Everett Ira Baucom 
Stephen Myron Blackwelder 
William Lejeune Brown 
WiUard Alan Case 
Robert Leo Cherry 
James William Clark, Jr. 
Larry Gipson Grumpier 
Stephen Neal Dennis 
Foy Roberson Devine 
James Nathan Duggins, Jr. 
Alton Paul Eason 
John Morgan Freas 
Earl Williamson Good 
William Albert Graham, Jr. 
William Francis Griffeth 
Daniel Tucker Hefelfinger 
Rufus McPhail Herring, Jr. 
Richard Jenness Hesse 
Walter Allen Howard 
Hugh Taylor Kemper 
James Stephen Kennedy 




Richard Levin 

Roy Frank Lowry, Jr. 

Hugh Palmer Lyon, Jr. 

John Alexander MacKethan, III 

Perry Howell McCarty 

Gabriel Otto Manasse 

Quentin Alexander Mewborn, Jr. 

Henry Moore Middleton, III 

Lavon Barry Page 

Robert Nelson Peery 

George Curtis Petree, Jr. 

Richard Berton Sargent 

John Daniel Shelburne 

Robert Dresden Skees 

James Fielding Smith 

William Anthony Smithson 

Robert Worthington Spearman 

Roy Archibald Swaringen, Jr. 

Richard Stockton Trenbath 

Shuford Archie Tucker, Jr. 

Henry Wilson Tysinger, III 

Heathcote Wales 



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JAMES NELSON IRVINE 

ANTHONY STEPHEN HARRINGTON 
JAN GREER McCOLSKEY .... 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

THE OFFICERS 



Vice-President 
Secretary-Treasurer 




FRANK RAINE REMSBERG 

DWIGHT HERNARD WHELESS 

JUDITH BELINDA DEAL 



CHARTER MEMBERS 



William Donald Carmichael 
William Robert Coulter 
Jesse Henry Dedmond 
Peter Harry Gerns 



Samuel Hisch 
Charles Louis Johnston, Jr. 
Allard Kenneth Lowenstein 
William Ernest Mackie 



Basil Lamar Sherrill 
Donald Gray Shropshire 
Leonard Adolph Szafaryn 



Dr. Samuel Thomas Emory 
Dr. Ernest Lloyd Mackie 
Dr. William Smith Wells 



INITIATES OF MARCH 30, 1962 



Hugh Inman Alien 

Frederick R. Anderson 

Edwin Warner Bass 

William Wade Bevis 

Charles Robin Britt 

James Patterson Browder 

Paul Leach Burroughs 

David Emerson Buxton 

Thomas R. Cannon 

John Burns Clinard 

Joe Malcolm Craver 

William Thomas Criswell 

Allen Thomson Cronenberg, Jr. 

Joseph Edwin Davies 

John Jey Deifell, Jr. 

Walter E. Dellinger 

James Mack Dillashaw 

Richard Lee Dunn 

Rufus Lige Edminston 

Grover N. Everett 

Douglas Mcintosh Fambrough, Jr. 

Ray Simpson Farris, Jr. 

Wayne Hampton Foushee 

Ronald Lee Gabriel 



Howard Glenn Garner 
Bruce Briant Greene 
Duff Surgent Greene 
John McLead Griffiss 
Anthony S. Harrington 
William Graham Harris 
Richard Fulton Hendrickson 
James Nelson Irvine 
Wayne Edgar King 
Michael Henry Lawler 
James Leonard LeCompte 
Hugh Talmage Lefler, Jr. 
Benjamin Franklin Lenhardt, Jr. 
John Michael McClister 
Robert W. Madry, Jr. 
Edward Martin Manning 
William Ward Marslender 
Arthur Jesse Merrill, Jr. 
John Agrippa Mitchner, III 
Milton Wade Nelson 
Richard Carter Overstreet 
Henry N. Patterson 
Clifton Edward Pleasants 
Forrest Alford Pollard, Jr. 



Robert Drane Powell 

John Carwile Pope Randall 

Robert Lee Rearden, Jr. 

Frank Raine Remsberg 

N. Dickson Repucci 

William Barker Riley, Jr. 

Gordon Daniel Robbins 

Charles Bascom Shelton, III 

Abner Pope Shuford 

Roger William Smith 

Michael Doss Spinkle 

William Ross Sullivan 

Jerome Joseph Tognoli 

Richard A. Vinroot 

Joseph Donald Walsh 

Frederick Charles Oliver Wedler, Jr. 

James Barnes Weeks 

John Bruce Welch 

Dwight Herndon Wheless 

Thomas Jackson White 

Mary Malinda Bangs 

Nancy Barr 

Linda Anne Biser 

Carolyn Elizabeth Brown 



Henrietta Brown 
Dorothy Meade Claiborne 
Judith Gates Clark 
Judith Deal 
Maxine Greenfield 
Janice Marie Haley 
Elizabeth Susan Hayes 
Lynn Elizabeth Humphrey 
Jean Elizabeth MacDougall 
Jan Greer McColskey 
Marcia McFarland 
Catherine Mixon 
Evelyn Darst Murphy 
Pamila Anita Parker 
Elizabeth Ann Reed 
Dorothy Jane Shaw 
Mary Sue Simpson 
Cameron Lee Taber 
Linda Lee Tesh 
Beverly Carol Thompson 
Toni Lynne Thompson 
Mary Roberta Townsend 
Mary Louise Zanetti 



0vhtv of tlje #rail 



OFFICERS 



EDWIN WARNER BASS 

FREDERICK RANDOLPH ANDERSON, JR. 
ANTHONY STEPHEN HARRINGTON 



RICHARD ALLEN VINROOT 



Delegata 



. . Exchequer 
Vice-Exchequer 



SIR KNIGHTS 



Hugh Inman Allen 
Frederick Randolph Anderson, Jr. 
Edwin Warner Bass 
Walter Estes Dellinger, III 
Edward Norman Graham 
Anthony Stephen Harrington 
William Carl Imes 
James Nelson Irvine 



4^\ 



Richard Harvey King 
Larry Stephen McDevitt 



William Ross Sullivan 



Scott Earnest Summers, II 



Richard Allen Vinroot 



John Bruce Welch 
Grant Walton Wheeler 
Dwight Hernard Wheless 



O^nrnon'0 Mmh ffininp 






CARTER MANLEY STRICKLAND 
princeps 



WILLIAM BEDFORD WATSOl^Jl 
scriptor 



.rrUS GRASTY 
V qoaestor 




FACULTY MEMBERS 


ACTIVE MEMBERS 


Nicholas B. Adams 


Herbert Allen Andrew 


Charles Ernest Lefort 


Walter R. Berryhill 


Jon Perry Brady 


William Ward Marslender 


James B. Bullitt 


George Wheeler Cox 


John Daniel McConnell 


Raymond H. Dawson 


Paul Hooker Harrell, Jr. 


Surry Parker Roberts 


Clilford M. Foust 


David Deshler Hindle 


David Pollock Underwood 


Keener C. Frazer 


Robert Edward Lee Holt, III 


Charles Rex Welton 


William M. Geer 


Richard Abbott Hutchinson 


Grant Walton Wheeler 


Edward McG. Hedgpeth 


Paul Ortega Jolis 


John Darby Wood 


Urban T. Holmes, Jr. 






Dougald MacMilian 










^^UM OFP^ 



OFFICERS 

Douglas Carroll Burkhardt Praeceps 

Thomas Baker Williams Vice-Praeceps 

John Agrippa Mitchener, III Notarius 

James Barnes Weeks Quaestor 

PRAETORS — APRIL 4, 1962 

Bertram Owen Bishop Ralph Wesley Moseley 

Douglas Carroll Burkhardt Henry Newton Patterson, Jr. 

George Conrad Critz, Jr. Rex Talcott Savery, Jr. 

Blair Wilkinson Drum Thomas Cecil Walker 

Lawrence Jackson Fetner, II James Barnes Weeks 

John William Gould John Bruce Welch 

William Graham Harriss Dwight Hernard Wheless 

Robert White Hill Thomas Baker Williams 
John Agrippa Mitchener, III 

CHARTER MEMBERS 

Wesley Neil Bass Edward U. Halford 

Robert Wilson Carter William E. Houser 

Charles Dunn Thomas N. Waiters 

HONORARY MEMBERS 

William B. Aycock William Graves Long 

Arthur James Beaumont James Parker 

J. S. Bennett Walter Rabb 

Donald Atlas Furtado James C. Wadsworth 

Charles Henderson, Jr. James C. Wallace 

Raymond L. Jefferies Fredrick Henry Weaver 

Thomas Johnson Robert J. Young 
Robert White Linker 



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PQB VNVV RHGFEU VOAG BFTKSELRP KUITJ SWRS SGAKREE C DCELU QM 

VAMRPPHL AEF AVR MPUASEIFWZ YVNXFVA BE KJL UVMXJVIY KQ 

AVRE RNVBR IJ FBS NLC ISCEY RPK VBNFT MCE TYG CWPTFTF 

HUAK JHG OEVP HQUIVXLR OY KJF QBUEULZ NNU PLJRR 

KKGWAG DKUR GHV IVCQ WRU HQPODRSWFHVF HBQ 

TYG NFRAK EOOAGV YYCHGYV 



RULERS 

775 WILLIAM ROSS SULLIVAN 

770 EDWIN WARNER BASS 

769 STANLEY NOWLAND COCKE 

766 ROBERT LEE REARDEN, JR 

779 GEORGE WATTS CARR, III 



SUBJECTS 



174 Archibald Henderson 
241 Joseph G. deR. Hamilton 
315 Robert Wettach 
319 William W. Pierson 
331 Thomas Felix Hickerson 
343 Dudley Dewitt Carroll 
382 Julius Jennings Wade 
385 Robert Edwin Coker 
439 J. Penrose Harland 
442 Robert Burton House 
490 Fletcher Melvin Green j 
492 Charles M. Shaffer 
540 Ernest Craig 
546 Henry Russell 
582 Issac M. Taylor 
650 Roy Walter Holsten 
653 Lyman A. Gotten 

662 Sydenham B. Alexander 

663 Frank W. Klingberg 

664 Henry Wilkins Lewis 



665 Robert Boyd Lindsay 

678 Herbert R. Baer 

679 George Dial Penick 
714 George M. Harper 
751 William B. Aycock 

753 George Worth Campbell 
756 Charles Miller Carson 
758 Arch Turner Allen, III 

763 Hugh Talmage Lefler 

764 Robert Glenn Lesley 

767 Lucius Edward Burch, III 

768 Charles Patterson Green 

771 Hugh Inman Allen 

772 Walter James Ratchford 

773 James Bulla Adams 

774 William Gaston Caperton, III 
776 George Thomas Barnes 

782 Charles Raper Jonas, Jr. 
786 James Benton Hickey 



ORDER OF THE minflTflURS 



OFFICERS 

David G. Frey President 

Edward Phifer Vice-President 

Stuart T. Saunders, Jr Secretary-Treasurer 



George T. Barnes 
Roy R. Barnes 
F. Daniel Batten, III 
Harold J. Bender 
Lucius S. Burch 
John P. Corpening 
Thomas H. Crudup, III 
William Davis 
William W. Eskridge 
Ralph L. Falls, Jr. 
Frank W. Fletcher, Jr. 
Marion Follin, III 
T. T. Fountain 
Claude Q. Freeman, Jr. 
Troy Furr 

Marvin M. Giles, III 
Thomas W. Grant 
Thomas P. Grasty 
Paul H. Harrell 
David D. Hindle 
Edward Holt 
Elbert C. Jackson 
Paul Jolis 
Alexander M. May 




John S. May, Jr. 
Robert A. McMillan 
Anthony W. Miller 
Paul A. Moore, Jr. 
Shade Murray 
John R. Nash, Jr. 
Thomas H. Parker 
Peter B. Rankin 
R. Brooks Reed 
Christopher Ridley 
Dexter C. Rumsey, III 
Junius F. Scarboro 
Glenn Stackhouse 
Charles Stokes 
Thomas B. Thayer 
Edwin S. Trotter 
Alfred Tyler, II 
Roland H. Vaughan 
Carl W. Walker 
Dwight C. Wheeler 
David K. Wilson 
David S. Wilson 
George Wyman 



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DAVID SCOTT WILSON 



SOPHIA CLIFTON PIKE 



MAXINE BERNADPTTE GREENFIELD 



STUART THOMAS SAUNDERS, JR. 



George Thomas Barnes 
Jon Perry Brady 
Joseph Steven Byrum 
Stanley Fuzzington Cocke 



Theodore Turner Fountain 



Patricia May Armstrong 
Judy Margaret Carter 
Lucinda Knight Davis 
Margaret Penelope Drennen 
Judith Ann Flanders 



David Gardner Frey 



Maxine Bernadette Greenfield 



Paul Hooker Harrell 



Marian Grossman Hastings 



Robert Edward Lee Holt, III 



Elizabeth Lewis Lynn 



Roscoe Q. McMilla 



Mary Coleman Marshall 



Edward Ennis Murrey, III 
Mortimer Samuel Neblitt 



Frances Louthan Martin 



Mary French Mason 



John Craighill Redwine 
Stuart Thomas Saunders 



Martha Toone Parham 



Sophia Clifton Pike 



William Q. Watson 



David Scott Wilson 



Mary Lucy Thompson 
Elizabeth Cozart Waller 



David Pollack Underwood 



O' 



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V 

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OFFICERS 

199 Paul "Palm Warbler" Jolis Major Bird 

111 Page "Peacock" Bradham Mbior Bird 



117 Ginger "Noisey Plouver" Swain 

144 Prissy "Pelican" Wyrick 

178 Inman "Egret" Allen 

182 Walter "Water-Turkey" Dellinger 

193 Steve "Goose" Byrum 

195 Watts" Whooping Crane" Carr 

197 Jane "Finch" Forsythe 

203 Martha "Prothonotary" Parham 

205 Bob "Rough-Legger" Rearden 

209 Joe "Heilbender" Webb 

211 Gaston "Goatsucker" Caperton 

213 John "Vulture" McMillan 

214 Becky "Bobolink" Elmore 

215 Bob "Booby" Buck 

216 Betsy "Bluebird" Fitch 



MEMBERS 



217 Johnny "Jungle-Fowl" Corpening 

219 Larry "Loggerhead" Brown 

220 Larry "Loon" McDevitt 

221 Charlie "Cuckoo" Jonas 

222 Sam "Solitary Sandpepper" Appiegate 

223 Diana "Turtledove" Dial 

224 Callie "Cardinal" Frazier 

225 Sue "Starling" Drennon 

227 Nancy "Nutcracker" Davis 

228 Head "Broadrum ' Bender 

229 Dershie "Downy" Bridgeford 

230 Lucy "Lark" Wood 

231 Munny "Screech Owl" Yates 

232 Douglas "Albatross" Eyre 



HONORARIES 



124 Katherine "Chickadee" Carmichael 

125 Mrs. Frances "Fantail" Hogan 

126 Ray "Raven" Jefferies 



127 Charles "Catbird" Bernard 

129 Doug "Do-Do Bird" Sessoms 

130 Dr. J. P. "Hummingbird" Harland 



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Aiituinu is a riot of sight and sound . . . 

bare-ribbed trees heaping 'fellow leaves on red brick sidewalks . . . 
madras-backed. Weejun-jooted idlers on Franklin Street . . . 
shiny convertibles blaring "Do you love me?" to a navy and white 

duck world . . . 
yelloiv chalk scratching dull green blackboards, 
graphite spoiling onto spotless textbooks . . . 
the misty rain that brings its quiet solace. 

Autumn is a fever in the blood, an excitement, the thrill of 

anticipation . . . 
pushing crowds, eager talks, hasty plans . . . 
new faces, new feelings, neiv roads forever opening to the 

inquiring foot . . . 
forever seeking, straining. stretchi>ig upward to the sky 
striving to know the mystery of it all. 




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RnOTHER YERR BEGIRS 



"The line forms to the rear" was the cry heard 
by students coming late in the week to have 
their Yack pictures made. More prudent early 
birds were able to face Smith Studio's candid 
camera with much less difficult)'. 



The basement of Hanes Hall took on an air of pandemonium as the early-semester institu- 
tions known as drop-add and late registration got into full swing. 





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September — The sleepy little village of Chapel Hill 
came to life once again as 9,600 students poured in 
from 49 states and 54 foreign countries. The "Southern 
Part of Heaven" resembled the southern end of a gypsy 
caravan with hordes of overloaded station wagons, 
scores of cardboard boxes spilling superfluous contents, 
and acres of wire coat hangers. Once safely ensconced 
in their homes away from home, the first exciting weeks 
of school began for these seekers-after-knowledge. For 



most, it meant the renewal of old friendships and 
acquaintances, recollections of vacation experiences, and 
impromptu bull sessions after summer's too-long separa- 
tion. But for approximately 2,000 new students at the 
University, it was a period of orientation — Honor 
Council lectures, library tours, lessons in landmark 
identification, and, above all, an introduction into the 
Carolina way of life by friendly and interested student- 
counselors. 




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The Big Day, the first day of classes drew near. For 
new students there was the ordeal by registration. Upper 
classmen were more fortunate; they had only to pick 
up class tickets for which they had preregistered. At 
the Booketeria, however, it was a different story, there 
were no special privileges here; freshmen and seniors 
were treated as equals in the mad confusion that attends 
the buying of books. Then the day finally arrived and 
as that first 8 o'clock bell tolled, the bleary-eyed, leaden- 
footed scholars dashing along the red brick sidewalks 
knew for whom. 



"It's Really Great Getting 
Back . . . But How Come 
HE'S Teaching Classics?" 




Thtr Buok-Ex is peaceful and serene now, but soon its shelves will be 
empty and its cash registers overflowing after the semi-annual wave of 
textbook buying has subsided. 



Before the press of quizzes and required reading got under way in earnest, there was still time for quiet moments with two of man's best friends 
— a dog and a good book. 




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RUSH UUEEK-UnC VERSIOD OF mUSICflL CHRIRS 





'Hello, there. How are you? My name is 



Gladys, and I'm so glad you could drop by tonight." 




Pug 'W'addell and Gail Fambrough aren't begging Santa Claus for twc 
visitors to the Pi Phi house. 



front teeth — they're merely providing entertainment for Rush '\X"eek 



The opening of school meant something else to mem- 
bers of fraternities and sororities — the selection and 
ultimate initiation of ne'w siblings. For the thousands 
of rushees, it signified a succession of endless lines, 
interminable tours of houses, and hours of small (do- 
you-kno-w?) talk. For rushors, it was a time of program 



planning, trying vainly to associate names and faces, 
and studyless nights of discussion and voting. But -when 
it -was all over, both old members and new pledges 
were convinced that they had made the right decision 
and began the more leisurely process of getting to kno'w 
each other better. 



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KERRn PILGRimRGES 
BRIGHTER FRLL 

The campus took on a different air as King Football 
began his reign. His faithful subjects showed their 
loyalty by holding pep rallies in his honor, by mass 
attendance at his weekend celebrations, and cheering 
on his eleven noble knights. Even though this season's 
results were disappointing, enthusiasm — spurred by 
the capable cheerleaders — was not lacking. No matter 
what the score, all that makes up a football weekend — 
the long, dusty lines at Kenan, the omnipresent peanut 
vendor, and the colorful and exciting shows at halftime 
— was enjoyed by alumni and ID card holder alike. 



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"You can't tell the players without a program," and you can't get into 
Kenan Stadium without hearing this pitch fifty times from high-pressure 
program peddlers. 




Ably quarterbackmj; the- .ittack on the opposing team's morale was 
head cheerleader Hunms "Do You Believe.'' " Latham. 



One ot the most welcome men at any football game is the soft drink 
salesman — in fact, one can say that he is always a good mixer. 



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"Give me a C" — chants cute Carolina cheerleader Charlotte Chin-er, Winstead. 



Diane fTlonroe Crowned Homecoming Queen 



A highlight of the year was the Homecoming game. 
Days of preparation paid off in interesting and atten- 
tion-getting displays by dormitories and Greek houses. 
Presiding over the whole festivities was our lovely 



Homecoming Queen, Diane Monroe of Rockingham. 
Even a victory by Maryland was not enough to dampen 
the spirits engendered by this annual event. 




A sparklinj; crown was only a matter of gilding the lily in the i.i'^e of 
our charming Homecoming Queen. 



"Beep, heep. errrrrrrr" was the sound of this larger-than-the-average 
roadrunner as he raced Kappa Delta to top prize in the homecoming 
display contest. 



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UniVERSITY DRY EXERCISES OCTOBER 12 
FERTURE PRinCETOn GUEST SPERKER 




The University marked its l69th anniversary on Oct. 12 
with ceremonies held at midday in Memorial Hall. 
Students were given free class cuts in order to attend 
the exercises. The necessary note of tradition and cere- 
mony was provided by an academic procession of the 
faculty starting at the Old Well, heart of the campus. 
The principal address of the day was delivered by the 
guest speaker. Dr. Robert F. Goheen, president of 
Princeton University. 





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Exuberant bugler Sarah Brown enlists the aid of Arvide Abernethy on 
the bass drum in her campaign to promote support for the Salvation 
Army. 



Sky Masterson, Sarah Brown, Nathan Detroit, Adelaide 
— are these dark horse candidates for student legis- 
lature? No — they're part of the contingent of Damon 
Runyon characters who invaded Memorial Hall in Oc- 
tober. The occasion was the presentation of the long- 



The Tropicana Club forms the background for one of the spirited 
dance numbers which characterized the production. 



run Broadway musical "Guys and Dolls" by the Caro- 
lina Playmakers. Entirely student produced, the story 
involving the "oldest established permanent floating 
crap game in New York" delighted audiences for five 
tuneful nights. 



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A sports innovation this year — one spearheaded by 
the cheerleaders — was a special program held in the 
Tin Can during the Notre Dame game. Through a 
special arrangement with the telephone company, cheers 
originating in Chapel Hill were transmitted to a special 



speaker behind the Carolina bench at South Bend. Al- 
though the vicarious cheers were not enough to spur the 
Tar Heels to victory, spirits were considerably raised 
by the novel afternoon. 



FIRST, LRDY CHRTTERLY'S LOVER; THER, 
THE BERT DOOh PRRRDE 




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An annual event which this year stirred more than its 
usual share of controversy was the Beat Dook parade 
sponsored by Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. Weeks of 
thought and preparation went into floats entered by 
various campus groups. Crowds of students and towns- 
people lined the parade route — which began in front 
of Woollen Gym and proceeded down Franklin Street 
— to watch the colorful and often questionable dis- 
plays. Winners in the various contest divisions were 
Alpha Gamma Delta, sorority; Phi Delta Theta, fra- 



ternity; Mclver, women's dormitory; and Craige, men's 
dormitory. Top prize for all divisions was captured by 
Alpha Delta Pi sorority. Reigning over the pre-game 
festivities was lovely Beat Dook Queen Betsy Caron of 
Falls Church, Va. Her four princesses were Sherry 
Stone, Dana Smith, Sophia Pike, and Sarah Broadhurst. 
As a result of numerous objections involving taste, a 
censorship has been set up by faculty action to regulate 
certain student activities. 





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FRLL ELECTIOnS BRIRG COriTROVERSY 



November saw the advent of politics on the Carolina 
campus as fall elections rolled around. Nominating con- 
ventions held by both major political parties presented 
candidates to the student body. This was followed by 
weeks of campaigning • — via posters and signs, news- 



paper interviews, and personal visits by the hopefuls 
themselves — which preceded the actual balloting. On 
election day, Nov. 6, students themselves tended the 
polls as a record number of voters turned out to fill 
class offices and Honor Council seats. 





Beth Walker and Richard Vinroot appear as 
interested onlookers during the SP nominat- 
ing convention. 



Y-Court serves another purpose besides between-class gossip as students mark their ballots in 
the fall elections. 



RICHRRD Gins RRmED UmOC 



Voting of a different kind — by coins instead of Australian ballot — was 
used to select the Ugliest Man on Campus. Various organizations sub- 
mitted entries for this coveted title. When the heat of battle was over, 
TEP's Mature Nail, otherwise known as Richard Gins, emerged as victor. 
The monetary results of the contest were donated to charity by the sponsor- 
ing organization. Alpha Phi Omega. The election was not without com- 
pensation for the winner; as a reward for his victory, he won a date with 
a campus beauty queen, Jane Womack. 





Candid shot of UMOC winner flashing pearly dentures as charitable date Jane NX'omack also 
makes her contribution to posterity. 



'Don't laugh, fellas; you'll insult my mother.' 



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DTH SPURS CRmPUS iriTEREST ID "CRUSES" 




The fall was a busy and often turbulent one on the 
Carolina campus. Students discovered "causes," and 
demonstrated actively their convictions and beliefs. 

A chastisement of leftist sympathies at UNC was 
engendered by the American Legion and student con- 
servatives. One result was a picketing against the ap- 
pearance of folksinger Pete Seeger. 

An important focus for this political regeneration 
was the out-spoken Daily Tar Heel. The DTH was 
among the very few college newspapers in the nation 
to send reporters to Mississippi during the James Mere- 
dith crisis, and also initiated on Campus a "Minute for 
Meredith." In conjunction with the Men's Honor 
Council the DTH campaigned feverishly and quasi- 
successfuUy for a right to report on all council trials. 

For the future, perhaps the most significant event 
was the implications of the state court decision on the 
famous Ann Carter case. Miss Carter sought to chal- 
lenge the authority of an honor system administered 
by students in her quest for readmission at the Uni- 
versity. Apparently, this authority has been affirmed. 



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pearance carries signs in front of Memorial Hall. 





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The steps of South Building were the scene of a silent "Minute for 
Meredith" by students in sympathy with his cause. 



For over a year, students followed the prograss of Ann Carter in her 
legal battles to gain readmission to the University. 



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Folk Singers Dominate Rutumn Entertainment 




Pete Seeger 



Hal Holbrook 



Folk singing grabbed the spotlight in campus enter- 
tainment this fall. For the rapidly growing following 
of this new national craze, the perennial favorites, the 



Weavers, opened the season. They were followed by 
the hottest new group in the field, Peter, Paul, and 
Mary, who attracted large and enthusiastic audiences. 



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brought controversy to the campus along with his fine 
singing abihty. For lovers of music in a more serious 
vein, internationally famed baritone George London 
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a short, stout gentleman with snowy white hair and a 



twinkle in his eye. No, it wasn't a premature visit from 
Saint Nick, but rather the talented young actor Hal 
Holbrook giving his celebrated impersonation of the 
American humorist, Mark Twain. An exotic flavor was 
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blackened branches 'gainst a dreary sky . . . 

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benumbs the brain . . . 

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extension of Atlantic City as various campus groups 
sponsored entries in the annual Yackety Yack beauty 
contest. Introduced by master of ceremonies Kemp B. 
Nye, the ninety-one lovely contestants moved down the 
runway for consideration by the panel of judges and 
approval by the audience. Out of this number, the court 
of thirteen was selected, and from these the Fairest of 
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"TOBRCCO RORD" PRODUCTIOn 



Utilizing one of the most imaginative and realistic sets 
ever to grace its stage, the Playmakers Theater was 
transformed into a Georgia dirt farm as the renowned 
campus theatrical group presented "Tobacco Road." 
Based on Erskin Caldwell's best seller, the play, which 
enjoyed an almost unprecedented run of eight years on 



Jeeter Lester and his son-in-law, Lov, attempt the proverbially impos- 
sible task of squeezing blood from a turnip. 



Broadway, tells the pathetic, but humorous, story of 
the Lester family — of father Jeeter, who dreams of 
planting a garden next to his broken down hovel; of 
his idiotic son who marries an evangelist; and of his 
daughters, one of whom is sold into marriage for seven 
dollars but keeps coming home like a misplaced puppy. 



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TOROniO STUDERT EXCHRHGE PROVIDES 
CRRRDfl GUESTS VIELJU OF CHRPEL HILL 



Termed the "most amazing collection of disparate in- 
dividuals ever merged into one body" by the Daily Tar 
Heel, the Toronto Exchange group tried to live up to 
its advance billing by providing a varied and distin- 
guished program for its Canadian guests. 




Now in its fourth year, this student government ex- 
change program with the University of Toronto con- 
sists of an autumn visit by the Canadians, followed by 
the Tarheel return trip during the semester break. 
Legend has it that the long bus trip is the perfect vehicle 
for transmitting international understanding and good- 
will, but more elaborate programs are arranged in each 
locale. 

While in Chapel Hill, each Canadian is assigned a 
"Co-Tar Heel" for the weekend who acts as UNC's 
personal host for the exchange. The roles are reversed, 
of course, in Toronto. Classroom visits, a reception with 
President and Mrs. Friday and outstanding faculty 
members, two panel discussions, tours of Morehead 
Planetarium and Ackland Art Center, and several din- 
ners and socials comprised the bulk of the Nov. 16-18 
weekend. 

Ice skating, tobogganing, a professional ice hockey 
game, discussions on college life, and other events high- 
lighted the Jan. 30-Feb. 3 Tar Heel trip north. 



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UUiriTER BRinCS CHROS: THE CU, 
ARCHEOLOGY, BRD CHECKS, RHD GIRLS 




Controversy surrounded a long-ranged perspective for the 
future functions and goals of the Consolidated University. In 
an effort to provide additional branches of the University, col- 
lege administrators and politicians alike hoped to take a sig- 
nificant step in North Carolian education. Changing the names 
of the institutions now in the CU system — W. C. and State 
— engendered heated disagreement. 

On the lighter side this winter, the female cheerleaders 
girded their loins in a revolt against a particular garb enforced 
upon them. The Student Legislature also acted with mature 
conviction when they passed a bill making certain forms of 
bad checks an honor system offense. 

Perhaps the most regrettable and sensational of any inci- 
dents this year was the mid-term disclosure of more than 
nominal cheating in an archeology course taught by Dr. J. P. 
Harland. Men's Honor Council Walter Dellinger chairman 
questioned academic integrity at some levels of the University, 
setting off reverberations throughout the state and nation. 



What could Terry be consulting in his little black book.^ Perhaps more 
suggestions for renaming Consolidated University branches. 




A rash of bad checks being passed by students 
finally action by authorities. 



Cheerleader Frieda Collins demonstrates the "hula skirt" 
which was the subject of much heated discussion. 



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"RHinOCEROS" STRmPEDES CRROLinR 
in FRmED "RVRDTE-GRRDE" PLRY 





The office routine of a publishing house is greatly 
entrance of a most startling visitor. 



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eros in full view of the audience. 



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An offbeat play with an offbeat title — this describes "Rhinoc- 
eros" which the Carolina Playmakers presented in February. 
Written by rising new "avant-garde" playwright, Roumanian- 
born Eugene lonesco and coming to Chapel Hill fresh from 
a successful New York run, this play is satire in a different 
style. Its chief emphasis is on depicting "rhinocerositis," which 
is defined as conformity to sweeping popular manias. One of 
the characters actually becomes one of the ferocious African 
beasts on stage, and several others are converted to the "spirit 
of rhinocerositis." In what was obviously a challenge to their 
creative skills, the cast and backstage crew turned this non- 
sense play into an audience charmer. 




The legendary "damsel in distress" is rescued from a second story 
dilemma by a stalwart member of the fire department. 



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PUFF THE mflGIC DRRGOD 




"Aw, Bill, I bet you 
conservatives say that to 
ies' everybody." 



And it came to pass in those days that the Carolina Forum 
brought to Chapel Hill as its guest that most articulate con- 
servative of them all, William F. Buckley, Jr., to expound 
upon "Freedom and the Welfare State." 

And there had been in the land Playboy, a prophetic scroll. 
And it was read — at Memorial Hall by the guest. And the 
hosts rose in vengeance at this sacrilege. 

And the guest felt betrayed and complained mightily and 
with righteousness of Judas and the facts of life — money. 
And so he was paid in silver ... to read about himself in Time. 



POLITICS STIR UP THE 
CflROLinR CRmPUS 

The old saw about Carolina students being politically apathetic 
didn't apply this year, for the campus witnessed a startling 
reawakening of ideologies and fascination with political 
philosophies. 

Some of the controversy was purely homespun. Students 
charging that The Daily Tar Heel was an insidious liberal plot. 
The Daily Tar Heel claiming that Richard Nixon and Barry 
Goldwater were insidious. That sort of thing. 

A major political crisis seemed to be brewing early in the 
fall when the American Legion chapter in Chapel Hill decided 
that it might be fruitful to investigate UNC for Communists 
and other subversi\e types. Much of their fears were brought 
on by the formation of a Progressive Labor Club on campus. 
The furor raged for a while. Local television commentators 
delved into the situation, but nothing was uncovered, and no 
investigation got beyond the talk stage. National PLC leader 
Milt Rosen spoke in November in Gerrard Hall on Progressive 
Labor's critique of contemporary society and PLC's plans for 
the future. Since that time, things have gotten progressively 
quieter. 

The Carolina Forum brought down Nikolai D. Turkatenko 
of the New York Bureau of TASS. This Soviet citizen and 

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"Verily, verily, I say unto you, that one of you shall betray me." 

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tion of news in the USSR and then chatted informally in a 
two hour question and answer session with his audience. He 
lunched and supped in fraternity houses and was eagerly and 
incisively questioned wherever he went. Turkatenko's com- 
ments on Chapel Hill and UNC: "beautiful and exciting . . . 
I would like to come back sometime." 

Participants in the famous I960 "Operation Abolition" 
debate, Fulton Lewis, III and Michael Harrington, did come 
back, although not together. Harrington, a socialist, discussed 
"The Tragedy of Poverty in America" and urged his Carolina 
Forum audience "to create a new climate of social idealism" 
in this country. Mr. Lewis spoke on the content and failure 
of American liberal thought at an open meeting sponsored by 
the Young Americans for Freedom. 



Mike Harrington expounds some of his views on poverty in U.S 




Progressive labor leader Milt Rosen gives impetus to conservat 
charge of leftist movement on campus. 



Fulton Lewis, III tei: 
America. 



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sPRinc 



spring is a Reawdkeiiing . . . 
crocus iind jonquil vie to be the first to bring the 
message . . . 

the breast stroke rep/aces a baby slam, cotton supersedes 
corduroy, and a cherry smash pushes coffee aside . . . 

sideivalks become art galleries: green benches, meeting 
places: dorm rooms, torture chambers . . . 

there is green grass, a yellow Gant. a red hot sound. 
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RUCTIOn RRD CRRniVRL HIGHLIGHTS 
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"Who says you never forget how to ride 
a bicycle?" 



For sale to the highest biJJer are a quintet of Tri Delt "barmaids," eventually bought by 
Kappa Alpha. Kemp B. Nye, Chapel Hills bargain king, is the lucky auctioneer. 




The Campus Chest drive, which raises money for a 
variety of wortliy causes, got under way early in the 
spring. The first event was an auction at which con- 
tributions of Chapel Hill tradesmen were raffled to the 
highest bidders. Even more desirable items on the 
docket were services donated by charity-minded coeds. 
Later, for one weekend only, Fetzer Field took on a 
carnival atmosphere as various groups set up booths 
and exhibits along an improvised midway. Smashing 
old cars, throwing baseballs at fearless fraternity mem- 
bers, and attempting to ride recalcitrant donkeys were 
main attractions of the makeshift circus. A large 
thermometer in Y-Court recorded progress toward the 
goal as the various components joined to make it a most 
successful campaign. 



"Here's mud in your eye!" yell a group of Phi Delt pledges as they 
attempt to catch balloons in one of the midway's most unusual 
attractions. 



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LRRGEST CROLUD ID I DTERCOLLEGI ATE 

HISTORY SEES unc-miRmi TEnnis mfliCH 









An ocean of sunglasses and shortsleeve shirts goes through the pac 
be a Forest Hills or Davis Cup gallery. 



The stands were so crowded by 2 P.M. that 
one ingenious student was forced to take 
advantage of his tree-climbing ability. 



of pretending tu 



On a very sunny and warm May afternoon, 4,000 tennis 
enthusiasts, decked in madras and sunglasses, watched 
an athletic contest, that often seemed more like a social 
event. It brought together two of the foremost college 
tennis powers in the nation, Miami and Carolina. The 
bronzed Miami aggregation possessed a national record 
of 105 consecutive wins, while UNC had a 34-match 
streak. 



Carolina's Ted Hoehn returns a backhand stroke against Miami's great 
doubles team of South Africans Mandelstam and Hammi 




Unfortunately, it was all over rather quickly. The 
savvy of the Hurricanes withstood the sophomoric eager- 
ness of Carolina, and we fell, 6-3. But the crowd was 
treated to an exhibition of brilliant tennis, making it a 
very exciting spring day. 



A defeated Chairle Shaffer shakes hands with Miami 
victor Hugh Quinn after a hard-fought, tense battle. 




IT'S GIRLS, GIRLS, RRD mORE GIRLS 
RT THE SIGITIR CHI DERBY 



It was Ladies' Day at Kenan Stadium for the annual 
Sigma Chi Derby. Dozens of lovely sorority girls turned 
out to go through a gamut of stunts and routines to the 
delight of male spectators. Limbo contests, playing pass- 
the-ball, and strip-tease contests were a few of the high- 
lights presented by the uninhibited coeds. One tradi- 
tional facet was the selection of Miss Modern Venus 
from a bevy of lovelies. This year's winner was Miss 
Gayle Venters. 



Holding the proof of her victory Miss Modern Venus, Gayle Venters, 
is flanked by her two runners-up Carole Barber, left, and Charlotte 
Winstead. 






Proving that "innocent" bystanders can have as much fun as the par- 
ticipants, a delighted crowd watches some of the frantic shenanigans. 



Jean Spears and Beth '^"allace try to keep the ball rolling during one 
of the clever stunts. 



FIRST IFC JRZZ FESTIVRL 
LIGHTS UP SPRinC SERSOfl 



First, Newport — next, Virginia Beach — then, swing- 
ing farther southward, the Jazz Festival made its ap- 
pearance on the Carolina scene. The interfraternity 
Council, which sponsored this event, provided rocking 



combos and rows of inviting seats on the shady campus 
lawn. The many jazz buffs who were attracted by the 
cool sounds enjoyed a restful afternoon of good music, 
pleasant surroundings, and congenial companionship. 





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Lester Mall ,iii'i I .n I Scruggs brought their own peculiar brand of 
entertainment (country-style) to the campus in a benefit sponsored by 
the Senior Class. 



Music was the message our campus visitors brought to 
us last spring. This was seen by the arrival of musical 
aggregations of diverse styles and descriptions. Depend- 
ing on your particular taste, there were melodies to 
delight almost every ear and set almost every toe to 
tapping. 

There were old sounds, 

new sounds, plus a few 

rhythm-and-blues sounds. 



For devotees of the new country music craze, Joan Baez was on hand 
with her distinctive style of singing which has brought her national 
prominence overnight. 




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IFC REVOKES THE 80% RULE; 
"CHOO-CHOO" RETURnS FOR RLUmni GRmE 




Flying this sign like a 
banner, one house proudly 
proclaims its scholastic 
achievement to the world. 



At last asserting its dormant maturity and responsibility, the 
Interfraternity Council, led by presiclent Jim Dillashaw, was 
successful in throwing off a harsh dictum placed by the ad- 
ministration on the fraternity system. The 80% rule, which 
stipulated that 80% of a fraternity had to maintain a mini- 
mum "C" average, was replaced by a self-enforcement policy 
administered by the IFC to insure academic standards among 
the "houses." 

A highlight of the season was the first annual Varsity- 
Alumni spring football game. Spectators in shortsleeves were 
able to get a brief glance at the fabled talents of "Choo-Choo" 
Justice, as well as to see many other past Tar Heel stars. 




In an unfamiliar role, all-time Carolina great Charlie "Choo-Choo" 
Justice warms the bench during the first Alumni Game. 



flLLEn LEADS UP TO ELECTIOD VICTORY 



The annual spring elections were the scene of great Interest, 
and sometimes even more confusion. It was a great victory for 
the UP over the SP as Inman Allen gained the Student Body 
presidency. 

The race for the DTH editorship saw write-in candidate 
Mike Mathers miraculously win, and then find himself in- 
eligible. Jim Clotfelter and Chuck Wrye triumphed in a re- 
election. 



The basement of Cobb is the arena for a debate between presidential 
l)M[xtul Inm.in Allen and his opponent. 




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The 1963 Yackety Yack announces the inauguration of an 
annual award for outstanding seniors. To honor the achieve- 
ments of Dr. Frank P. Graham as President of the University, 
U. S. Senator, and special UN mediator, the Yack is proud to 
distinguish the award with the name of this humanitarian. 

A committee of juniors acting with the editor of the Yack 
and selected by him, determined the recipients on the basis of 



BILL SULLIVAN has dedicated his intelligence and 
sincerity to serving his fellow students in many areas 
of the University. 

As president of the Interfraternity Council, he 
raised the stature of the organization in the respect 
of both faculty and students. He has employed his 
leadership to make student responsibility a working 
concept for the fraternities. 

Bill brought his ability and concern to the campus 
and student government by serving with the Honor 
Council, the Orientation Committee, and the Attorney 
General's Staff. 

The esteem which Bill has won from his friends 
and those who have worked with his ability is re- 
flected in the honors he has received. Beginning as a 
Morehead Scholar, he has been selected for Phi Beta 
Kappa, the Order of the Grail, and the Order of the 
Old Well. 



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JOE CRAVER has brought both an innate ability and 
a desire to succeed to everything he has done at Caro- 
lina. 

A Morehead Scholar, Joe played football for four 
years, making AU-ACC and Honorable Mention for 
AU-American. He was captain and most outstanding 
senior player of the team. 

While contributing to the school in athletics, Joe 
has maintained a high "B" average and has been in- 
ducted into the Order of the Old Well and the 
Golden Fleece. He has served on the IFC and the 
State Affairs committee as well as many other extra- 
curricular positions. 

Joe possesses unusual energy and discipline, and 
has given an inordinate amount of his time to UNC. 
His vigorous manner and strong character have served 
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FOR OUTSTflnDinC SEniORS 



academic excellence (a minimum 3.0 average), campus par- 
ticipation, and personal character. The award is not limited 
on the basis of sex. 

As structured, this award is to be presented to no more than 
four seniors annually. In its insistence upon highest quality, 
the Yack hopes to make the award truly meaningful and rep- 
resentative of the greatness of Dr. Graham. 



HENRY MAYER has sought to stimulate thought 
among those around him and the entire campus. 
Through his activities he has made people more 
aware of the world around them. 

As head of the Carolina Forum, Henry has pre- 
sented the most outstanding series of speakers Chapel 
Hill has seen in many years. He has faced the chal- 
lenges of this job with a devotion to the best interests 
of his fellow students. 

The intelligence, enthusiasm, and sincerity which 
Henry has applied to his activities at Carolina will be 
dedicated to a career in teaching. His ideas of com- 
municating knowledge with others are linked with an 
understanding and tolerance for all people. 

These are the values Henry has worked for at Caro- 
lina and these are the trends of a great university. 



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WALTER DELLINGER has loved the University and 
has used his talents to develop many facets of its 
character and meaning to his fellow students. 

As a member of the Men's Honor Council since he 
was a freshman, Walt has striven to make Honor a 
positive concept, and not merely a punishment. In the 
University's role of developing a responsible and en- 
lightened adult, he believes in the honor system as 
a means for building an ethical guideline for the life 
of an individual. 

Through an active extra-curricular life, Walt has 
sought to stimulate political, academic, and cultural 
thought on the campus. He has been an active builder 
of the liberal tradition on which his University thrives. 



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CRROLinfl STUDEHTS GRflDURTE 



A light rain and an inspiring address by Ralph McGill 
made graduation even more memorable for 2,200 mem- 
bers of the Class of 1962. Equipped with trusty um- 
brella and justifiable pride, parents and friends turned 
out to watch the graduates march solemnly into Kenan 
Stadium to music provided by the university orchestra. 
These commencement exercises were the culmination of 
several weeks of activity which included such tradi- 
tionally senior prerogatives as attending class barefoot- 
ed, free cuts, voting for permanent class officers, and 
several special combo parties. Commencement is not 
merely the end of four years of higher education, but 
the beginning of a longer and richer life, one filled with 
memories not the least of which will be this dreary 
graduation day. 




The thrill of anticipation was not a little unmixed -nith anxiety for 
two soon-to-be college graduates. 



Grouped into their last of many lines at Carolina, the sheepskin seekers hurried down treasured red brick sidewalks 




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1 he familar figure of President Friday offered last words of advice and encouragement to the nation's future leaders. 
"Misty" is a word that described the weather and many eyes as graduates filed into Kenan's stands for the last time. 




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According to Winston Churchill, "In making an army three 
elements are necessary — men, weapons, and money. There 
must also be time." One might fear that the instructions have 
been slightly misunderstood, for the University of North Caro- 
lina Tar Heels seemed to have had but one element of the all 
important three — three times enough men. 

North Carolina did not have an overly impressive amount 
of football success in the 1962 season. There can be no 
specific reasons given, however, for the not-so-good outcome. 
Firstly, there was natural ability, not a tremendous amount, 
but enough to have a rather good season, and secondly, every- 
one tried his darndest to pull the upset. 

The season was not nearly as insignificant as the scores 
reveal, for Carolina did accomplish a great deal that is worthy 
of recognition. The team was very young, but most of the 
really strong points on the squad were with the younger play- 
ers. A strong offensive example would be sophomore fullback 
Ken Willard. His running from the middle-back position 
was easily comparable to the famed Bob Elliott's of 1961. 
Willard gained more yardage than any running back since the 
days of Ed Sutton and Wade Smith. 

Our top candidate for All-American, Bob Lacey, will be 
returning next year. He now holds the most pass reception's 
record for Carolina; the record that was originally set by AU- 
American Art Weiner. 

The records for the most passes attempted and most passes 
completed were broken by the line junior quarterback Junior 
Edge. 

Overall the future looks bright — the brightest of all for 
Coach Jim Hickey. At this time a good prediction is impos- 
sible, but if a Carolina team has ever looked exceptionally 
good on paper — this is the one. 



HEAD COACH: Jim Hickey 



■VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD. Fnst row: Bruce Greene, Duff Greene. Jack Tillery, Jerry Cabe, Buddy Cozart, Ward Marslander, Joe Graver, Hank 
Barden, loe McLamb, Jim Alderman. John Hill, Steve 'i'ates. Sandy Kinney. George Boutselis. Second row: Richie Fellmann, Tom Wood, Dave 
Braine, John Flournoy, 'W'ally Dunham, Roger Smith, Pete Kirvan, Luke Fritz, John Hammett, Ray Paulos, Ron Tuthill, Jake Jacoby. Third row: 
Bob Lacey, Glenn Ogburn, Barry ■WestfaU. George Ellison. Gary Black, Joy Malobicky, Jim Gallagher. Jim Eason, Joe White, Tommy "W^ard, 
Ronnie Jackson, Lanny Teague, Neal Clay, John Runco. Fourth roiv: Junior Edge, Cole Kortner, Richard Zarro, Marty Marino. Mokey Lasitter. 
Vic Esposito. Dave Henry, "Tom Brooks, Joe Robinson, Billy Axselle, Curtis Ish, Ray Jones, Chris Hanburger, Dana Wellman. Fifth row: Jim 
Naughton, Gene Sigmon, Ken Willard, Flenry Hodges, Bob Zaback, Eddie Kesler, Loren Wells, Don Loveday, Lee Baggett, Tony Hennessey, 
Clint Eudy, Frank Gallagher, Jim Szymaitis, Sixth row: Head Manager Willie Hobson, Assistant Managers Sandy Shelton and Joe Nance; As- 
sistant Coaches Emmett Cheek, Bud Carson and Joe Mark; Field House Custodian Morris Mason, Head Coach Jim Hickey, Assistant Coaches 
Bob Thalman, Fred Tullai and "Vito Ragazzo; Assistant Trainers Bill Schmidt, Bill Filer and Warren Morris; Head Trainer John Lacey. 





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"I can only hope that the raw material is as good as the 
method of distribution." Thirty-three players, scattered ade- 
quately over three platoons took the field to make some type 
of gridiron history in the first game of the 1962 season. 
Enthusiasm was high and hopes were even higher as the gun 
was sounded to begin the annual State-Carolina strategic 
battle. This was to be our proving ground. 

The basis of our attack this afternoon lies in balance — the 
balance of all offensive elements in a platoon that seems much 
like a green legion feeling its way through the densest of jun- 
gles. The effectiveness of this type of offensive unit was re- 
vealed throughout the first two quarters of play, with some 
dismay to the spectator. At the half our favored forces trailed 
by seven. Soon after the initiation of the much more "die 
hard" second half of play a most hopeful spark of potential 
was revealed in the abilities possessed by our highly under- 
estimated air forces. The quarterback had a quality that could 
prove to make or break a tough season — and he had the 
ends to make it. Carolina scored in the joiirth quarter and with 
13:56 left, quaterback Edge put his toe into the all-important 
conversion attempt. Carolina fell by 7-6. 




CO-tAPlAIX 




"Carolina defense plays mumbley- 
peg with State quarterback as he 
dives for the Bay of Pigs, 7-6, 
in favor of Castro." 



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"TO HELL RRD BACK" 




'Brains, brawn, anJ claps.' 



"No strain is too prolonged for the patience of our people. 
No suffering or peril daunts their hearts." 

Much like our previous defensive battles we were not to 
be hindered too greatly this fight by lack of morale. There was 
actually little time for emotion. 

Over sixty thousand spectators jumped with fear as Junior 
Edge passed 20 yards to Bob Lacey for the big UNC score mid- 
way in the second period. The score was then 20-6 in favor of 
Michigan State. Could UNC make a close fight of it.' 

The Spartans promptly pounded the left side of the Carolina 
line and scored once again before the half. 

Trailing 26-6, the Heels contained the Spartans for most 
of the third quarter and Edge passes to Lacey and Hammett 
set the Tar Heels in position on the Michigan State 8. But 
drive and downs spoofed the candle out as Carolina gave the 
ball over, short of score. Ron Rubick was the story as he 
averaged over 14 yds. per carry in breaking a school record 
for Michigan State. 

That was it for the Big Ten in 1962 — 1963 may turn out 
differently? 



Somewhat recovered from the stun given the Tar Heels in 
the opener, the trip was made to Ohio State with much en- 
thusiasm. UNC journeyed to the Midwest prepared to give a 
surprise or two to the No. 1 team in the nation. Those sur- 
prises came in the first half as the Heels took advantage of 
a faultful Ohio State offensive. Behind 14-0 and with the 
Buckeye infantry advancing, our left wing dug in admirably 
and took advantage of the second big Ohio fumble and our 
own offensive machine rolled into motion. The highly respect- 
ed arm of Junior Edge told the story as UNC scored in three 
passes and two plunges. Score at the half was a fighting close 
14-7. 

"A war of few casualties and unnumbered executions! " 
Carolina bounced back on the field in the second half and was 
bounced right back off. The blood thirsty Ohio State Buckeyes 
scored 27 points in a most indescribable fashion. There was 
no time for anyone to become seriously injured for we were 
all too busy. 

We shall not disappoint the Spartans next week — we shall 
turn out in full strength. 



Tar Heel tourists swap green stamps for Hollywood-type tackle of 
Michigan State, bulldozer Sherman Lewis. 





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Clemson runner forgets manners of polite I 



I lineman as he sweeps by outstretched hand for chunk of UNC turf. 



"fl FRREUUELL TO RRHS" 



One of the basic strategic truths that is most apphcable to 
our situation has been put in the form of a simple anecedote. 
This is the celebrated tale of the man who gave the powder 
to the bear. "He mixed the powder with the greatest care, 
making sure that not only the ingredients but the proportions 
were absolutely correct. He rolled it up in a large paper spile, 
and was about to blow it down the bear's throat, but the 
bear blew first." 

After playing a good early game and in a position to romp 
on the tiger with its careful strategy, Carolina fumbled away 
a possible tying tally. Clemson turned this mistake into her 
own score and clinched a 17-7 victory with a field goal from 
the UNC 13. 

Far outshining all other players this gray and gloomy 
afternoon was Carolina's "Prophet of Power" — Ken WiUard 
who rushed for a bruising 113 yards. 

But even Willard was not quite enough as the University 
of North Carolina football record slipped one more notch. 



"This would be an event which if it occurred would be one 
of the most melancholy in history . . . The first victory we have 
to win is to avoid a battle; the second, if we cannot avoid it, 
is to win it. " 

The best method of avoiding a severe battle is by striking 
quickly and effectively through the air. The Maryland Terps, 
unfortunately, had much the same idea and, by halftime, had 
withstood all our surprise tactics and still held a 17-13 lead. 
We were well within striking range but what would be our 
weapon in the second half.' 

Whatever the weapon was meant to be, Dick Shiner of 
Maryland so completely camouflaged it that it was hardly 
noticeable that we were still actively participating on the same 
playing field. The result: Maryland 31 — Carolina 13. 

"... a colossal military disaster. Wars are not won by 
evacuation." 



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"THE sun RLSO RISES" 



"Two things stop the offensive movements of armies: (a) 
bullets and fragments of shell which destroy the motive power 
of men, and (b) the confusion of the conflict." South Carolina 
has been known to supply a sufficient amount of (a), thus, 
whether UNC could overcome the problems rendered by (b) 
or not was the big question of the afternoon." 

North Carolina carried a heavy four game losing streak into 
Kenan Stadium on October 21. The loyal Carolina fans were 
to be shown the most exciting football of the early season, 
however, as the Heels trailed for 44 minutes of the game and 
then came to sparkling life. With the Tar Heels behind 14-6 
as they entered the final quarter, fullback Ken Willard began 
running like Bob Elliott did in the season 
of 1961. He climaxed a continuous drive 
by dragging the entire South Carolina 
team for 13 yds. into the end zone. Still 
behind by 2, Junior Edge took over once 
again. The big one this time was a beau- 
tiful arched pass to Bob Lacey for 41 
yards and the winning tally. 19-14, UNC. 

Although South Carolina was not a ball 
club to compare with a few of the other 
powerhouses with which we came into 
contact, the victory did a great deal for 
team spirit. The Tar Heels would not win 
so easily in the future. 




"They were the most good-hearted enemy we have ever fought 
against in the many regions in which it has been our fortune 
to see Active Service." Late October saw the winless Deacons 
of Wake Forest match their ability against an improving Caro- 
lina team. We fought them in the air — 49 passes were thrown, 
all told, this chilly afternoon. Junior Edge threw eight com- 
pleted passes, all to Bob Lacey. With the aid of Ronnie Jack- 
son, Carolina halfback, the precision Carolina offense overcame 
a 7 point half-time deficit and emerged the long-awaited 
victors. 

The real highlight of the game came in the second quarter 

when Wake Forest moved to the Carolina 3 yard line. With 

the score tied 7-7 ace line-backer Joe 

t I Craver was the key figure in an aggressive 

f^^ goal-line stand for 3 big downs. Carolina 

took over on the one. 

Unfortunately the 2 3-14 score rolled up 
by Carolina against Wake Forest opposi- 
tion was not enough to add much color to 
our colorless cap. The significance of this 
game was that Bob Lacey could catch 
passes and Junior Edge could throw them. 



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Ken Willard prepares to make fertilizer of Wake Forest line as he takes a hand-off from the Edge and plummets to "Paradise Regained" — a 
UNC win, for a change. 




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'The 8:10 commuter train dressed in blue and white gray flannel suit grinds through procrastinating Virginia defense.' 



Even without Crest, soph Tuthill shows splendid set of dentures with 
5-yard steal of Cavalier caviar. 



Heartless Hank Harden greedily snatches another one from calorie- 
deprived L'VA offense. 




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VICTORY AT SEfl; 
THE LUCK OF THE IRISH 



"We shall fight them on the land, and in the air, and on the 
ied." The scene, in Charlottesville on November 10, was 
brown — muddy brown after many hearty rains. Carolina's 
Tar Heels, for the first time in the 1962 season, would have 
to deal with this always dreaded element. "Surprise, violence, 
and speed are the essence of all amphibious landings." 

Our favored Tar Heels unloaded what would appear to be 
a very experienced encounter with the Cavaliers of Virginia 
and rain. Our ground forces worked well and, when needed, 
our aerial attack shined forth brightly. By half time we had 
a 3-0 lead. 

The Cavaliers came back strong in the third quarter and 
were the first to hit pay dirt. The end of the quarter was 
Virginia up by 7 to 3. Carolina's 4 game winning streak over 
the Cavaliers was in jeopardy but the Tar Heels had the ball 
and were moving. A seven yard run climaxed a 7-J yard drive 
to put the Heels ahead — for good. 

All in all, Carolina played a far finer game against the 
elements than is revealed by the 11-7 score. The sweet victory 
cake was tasted once again. 



"I stand by my original programme — blood, toil, tears, and 
sweat ... to which I added five (weeks) later, some short- 
comings, mistakes, and disappointments." Those of us who 
have been around Carolina for a longer period of time recall, 
with this same dismay, the Irish game ot 19-i9. Thousands of 
North Carolinians loyally followed the three touchdown under- 
dog Tar Heels to Yankee Stadium that cloudy Saturday in 
November. The lowly Tar Heels shocked the mighty Irish in 
the first half as the latter had to fight to hold a 6-6 tie going 
into halftime. Yet the Tar Heels fell that afternoon, 42-6. 

The 1962 contest was not unlike the Irish game of a decade 
and three ago. A brilliantly executed first half put the Heels 
miraculously in front by a space of seven points. The faultless 
Carolina squad hadn't given an inch until the second half, 
when Notre Dame pounded out the necessary yardage for a 
21-7 victory. It was learned, this afternoon, that the Heels had 
the ability to be a fine squad. Future games are destined to 
feel of this new spirit. 



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"Moral force is, unhappily, no substitute for armed force, but 
it is a very great reinforcement." Morale was, as always, high 
for this particular game — so high that a near perfect game 
was the result. 

The entire first half was a see-saw battle featuring several 
spectacular performances. An Edge to Smith pass in the second 
period was just enough to keep the Heels ahead of the Devils 
with the prolific toe — Bill Reynolds, and Carolina went into 
half-time with a 7-6 edge. 

After a scoreless third quarter, the Devils on the first play 
of the final period scampered ahead 13-7 on a six-yard end 
run. Carolina soon retaliated with a 68-yard drive capped by 
an over-the-shoulder catch by Bob Lacey. Braine put the Heel's 
ahead with the p.a.t. by 14-13 and Kenan Stadium went berserk. 
Late in the quarter Duke had penetrated deep but lost the 
vital first down on the UNC 23 by the thinness of a piece 
of paper. 

"Any clever person can make plans for winning a war if 
he has no responsibility for carrying them out." It is on this 
basis that a Carolina back has received much criticism for 
fumbling on the very next play — tension was very high. 
Unfortunately, that fumble was to allow Bill Reynolds to 
kick the crucial field goal from within our 20 with only 46 
seconds left. 

The Devils squeaked out a 16-14 victory and went home 
with the game, the ball, and the bell. 




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FROSH: OUR FinEST HOUR 

FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM. First rou-: Harper Ruff, Frank Bowman, Joe Churchill, Chuck Boggs, Max Chapman, Don Prillaman, Charlie 
Ephland, Bob 'Wise, Bill Young, Skip Jones. Secotid row: Mike Dubis, Joe fwamley. Jim Harrington, Ed Stringer, Bennett VCood. Ronnie Kaplan, 
Doug 'Williams, Tommy Stowe, Lee Hicks, Greg Battistello. Third row: Mickey DeBruhl, Gordon Haithcock, Gene Link, Charlie Schaefer, Pat 
Shea" Melvin Estes, Dan Howe, Jimmy Byrd. Clint Neal, Al Hull. Fourth row: Bob Lamb, Hugh Eagleton, John Atherton, Alan McArthur, John 
Harmon, Chuck Sledge, Bob Denlinger, Jim Hicks. Fifth row: Bill Darnall, 'William Edwards, Jim Schuetz, Lee SherriU, Gary Wiles, Henry 
Sadler, Tom Golden, Bill McDaniel. Six'th row: Bob Hume, Barney Garrick, Bob Newman, Sam Riddle, 'William Hudson, Jimmy Morrison, Steve 
Lister, Bill Harris. Seventh row: Ass't. coaches, Henry Miller and 'Wade Smith, Head Coach, George Barclay, Equipment manager Joe Craig, 
Manager Sandy Shelton, Trainers Bill Schmidt and Bill Filer. 




FRESHMAN COACH: George Barclay 



Despite a mediocre record of 2-3, the 1962 edition of the 
Carolina Tar Babies showed constant hustle, genius at times, 
and a certain promise of a bright future for Carolina football. 
Coach Barkley's freshman squad made its debut with a spar- 
kling 16-12 victory over N. C. State College at Raleigh. The 
following week the Tar Babies ground out 350 yards rushing 
against a fine Clemson team but were unable to find the score- 
board. The Clemson passing attack overshadowed Carolina's 
offensive display with a 21-7 victory. 

In their next outing the Tar Babies unleashed a viscious 
attack completely demoralizing the Deaclets of Wake Forest 
in a decisive 35-7 rout. The following week, six inches spelled 
the difference between victory and a 14-13 defeat at the hands 
of Maryland. Late in the game the Tar Babies decided to go 
for the win rather than the tie but failed on their two-point 
conversion attempt. 

The finale came on Thanksgiving Day as the Heels met the 
Blue Imps of Duke for the annual Cerebral Palsy Benetit 
Game. The results were in the form of an unfortunate but well 
fought loss. 



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BflShETBflLL TERITI HRS 
SURPRISinC YERR-RSK UURKE 




HEAD COACH: Dean Smith 

The Tar Heels could be said to have been in the league race 
most of the season — until, on a bright, shiny Saturday after- 
noon, McKinney and a bunch of nothings from Wake Forest 
beat us for the second time. 

UNC was to lose to Wake Forest three times (and there 
ought to be a law against that) , Duke twice and Big Ten spoiler 
Indiana once for its six defeats. The early season road trip loss 
to the Hoosiers was perhaps Carolina's worst game of the season. 
But it was immediately followed two nights later by our best. 
There, at Kentucky, sophomore Coach Smith watched with the 
kind of glee only a youngster can have as he beats an old master. 
Smith beat old master Adolph Rupp, 68-66. 

The season, after that, went almost as anticipated. Two 
stirring wins (over Yale and Notre Dame) sent UNC into the 
top ten ratings. But suddenly the Deacon struck (70-78), and 
the Tar Heels saw no more the glare of the national spotlight. 

Three league wins were followed by a close 69-77 loss at 
home to Duke. Carolina won five more times the rest of the 
regular season, but it was the two remaining defeats that will be 
remembered. McKinney beat us again by one (72-71), and 
Duke beat us once more, this time scoring in excess of 100 points 
— the first time in human history a team had done that against 
UNC. 

Filled with many victories, some surprises and a few disap- 
pointments. North Carolina's 1962-63 basketball season, in the- 
final analysis, must be called somewhat of a paradox. 
By all the tenets of common sense: 

( 1 ) you do not field a team of five starters 6-5 or less and win 
in big-time basketball; 

(2) you do not go to the dreaded home floors of Kentucky 
and Notre Dame and beat them both; 

(3) you do not lose to a team of apparent lesser ability than 
your own three times in one season. 

Carolina did all three this past basketball campaign. 

But it was much less what the Tar Heels did than the way 



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they did it that made the year such an enthusiastic success. 

Led by the most exciting sophomore to enter the Atlantic 
Coast Conference in years and two of the classiest guards ever 
to wear the Blue and White, UNC sometimes ran, sometimes 
walked and all the time hustled to a 1 5-6 oxerall record and a 
10-4 ACC measure. 

Surprising many people. Coach Dean Smith's relatively under- 
sized crew lost only to nationally-ranked but regionally-hated 
Duke and to Horace "Bones" McKinney in the ACC. 

The ACC tournament left a sour taste in the mouth. South 
Carolina fell easily in the first round, 93-76. But then there he 
was again, and then he beat us again, and it was one point (55- 
56) again. And Carolina fans could be forgiven if they didn't 
give a damn that McKinney is a UNC graduate and was once a 
star basketball player here. 

Though senior guard and co-captain Larry Brown had his 
finest season in closing out a brilliant career; though co-captain 
Yogi Poteet, Charlie Shaffer, Bryan McSweeney and Ray Respess 
played inspired ball throughout; though Mike Cooke retained 
his reputation as the best sixth man in the league; the year had 
to belong to the 6-5 strawberry blond sophomore who made this 
team what it was — Billy Cunningham. 

Billy The Kid did have a few faults (he has not yet learned 
how to walk on water) but not many. His gifted leaping ability 
and sometimes unbelievable twisting moves carried him to a 
22.7 scoring average and, perhaps more important, a 16 re- 
bounds-a-game figure. Cunningham, on the way to breaking all 
UNC rebounding records, earned a unanimous vote for the ACC 
all-star team as well as considerable All-American mention. This 
mention should be supplemented next year. 

Billy's top billing was supported by Brown (with a 14.2 aver- 
age and an all-ACC berth), Poteet (13.4) and Shaffer (9.9). 
Additional help came from McSweeney (6.8), Respess (6.7) 
and Cooke (5.5). 

Though Carolina loses seniors Brown, Poteet, unheralded but 
valuable Dieter Krause and Peppy Callahan, and reserves Charlie 
Burns and Richard Vinroot, next year's situation leaves no cause 
for remorse. 

Returning to join the magnificent Cunningham will be fore- 
court men Shaffer, McSweeney, Respess and Billy Galantai; 
sharpshooting guard Cooke; and valuable help from the fresh- 
man team in 6-8 Bob Bennett, forward Jim Smithwick and 
guards John Yokley and Jim Moore. 



CO-CAPTAINS: Larry 



n anJ Yogi Poteet 





Charlie Shaffer forces his way under the outstretched arms of 
Georgia player. 




in Larry Brown drives in for a score against Ciemson 



VARSITY BASKETBALL. First row: Bill Brown, Mike Cooke. Larry Brown, Yogi Poteet, Peppy Callahan, Bill Taylor. Second roir: Head 
Trainer. John Lacey; Head Coach, Dean Smith; Charlie Burns. Charlie Shaffer, Brian McSweeny, Ray Respess; Assistant Co.ich. Ken Rosemond; 
Manager,' Eliot Murnick. Third rou:- Dieter Krause. Richard Vinroot. Bill Cunningham, Art Katz. Bruce Bowers. Terr\ Rcnnci. Hilly Galantai. 




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Brown drops two points from outside. Larry, a cool-headed ball player, 
could always be relied upon under pressure. 




Billy Cunningham's "kangaroo" legs enable him to get the tap from 
the Clemson center. 



Yogi goes up for 2. 



Mike Cooke drives around Georgia defender. 



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Billy Cunningham shows why he 
is UNC's most valuable player. ^ 
Strong legs, good timing, and 
good shots make him hard to beat. 





It's mayhem under the boards 
asShaflfer (42),Respess (12), 
and a host of other players 
scramble for the ball. 



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Ray Respess uses both arms and legs to break up a play under th 
Clemson basket. 



Possessing two of the quickest hands in the Conference and one of thc 
most accurate jump shots, Yogi Poteet returned after a year's absence 
to captain the Carolina "five." 



Charlie Shaffer leaves the Georgia defender flat-footed. 




TOmORROlJU RRD TOmORROUU RRD 

TOmORROLU 



TODAY is our first pep rally . . . 

the fear of empty seats . . . 
nervous hearts and falling 
leaves await the crowd . . . 
forest theatre ablaze with 
shouting voices . . . AYE ZIGGA 
ZOOMBA . . . 

TODAY is our first game . . . 

summer sun pulls up a chair . . . 
and waits . . . new uniforms 
dazzle crowd . . . HERE COMES 
CAROLINA-LINA . . . hopes mount 
with rising voices . . . GIMME 
A "C" shakes Kenan like never 
before . . . spirits rising and 
spirits flowing . . . RECEIVE 
ALL PRAISES THINE . . . sprinkles 
of blue pom poms blanket the 
stands . . . give 'em hell, heels . . . 

TODAY is our last game . . . 

it all went so fast . . . our 

final cheer swells pride in 

hoarse throats . . . HARK THE SOUND 

means so much more . . . 

TOMORROW we shall look back on all our 

YESTERDAYS . . . wishing they could be 

TODAY . . . once more. 




FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS. Left to right: Boots Caputo, Sally 
Shipman, Buff Cox, Mary Lee January, Jackie Smith, Priscilla Patterson. 



VARSITY CHEERLEADERS, first row: Hannis Latham, Head Cheerleader. Second row: Sue Drennan, Judy Allen, Jeanne Kleitman, Frieda 
Collins, Lynn Boyette, Johnsye Massenburg, Charlotte Winstead. Third row: Lewis Gilkow, Jim Slaughter, Tom McLeary, Dick Lewisohn, Steve 
Lynch, Tom Gruehn, Walt Morris. 





196: SOCCER TEAM. Fnn xni: AttriJe, Kruniint;, Jolis, Shclton, Garrett, MtGinty, W'ahl, Trenbath, Dwarin. Secomi low: Blake, Talbot, Biem, 
Battle, Snyder, Kepner, Lankford, Prakke, Painter, Siegel, Preston, McNally. Thud row: Dougherty, Mgr., Ferguson, Bane, Haywood, Herd, 
Matthews, Schneider, Irvine, Van Orman, Doyle, Greene, Robson (Asst. Coach), Allen, Coach. 

LUERK START; STROHG FIRISH 



The Carolina Soccer team, led by high scoring Jim 
Reston, finished the 1962 season with an 8-2 record. 
The Heels' two defeats came at the hands of two na- 
tional powerhouses. Navy and Maryland. After an 
initial 4-0 loss to strong Navy, Coach Allen's hooters 
won six straight only to have their conference hopes 
crushed 7-0 at the hands of a Maryland team which was 
second in the nation. Carolina bounced back, however, 
and took second place in the conference with a season 
ending 1-0 victory over a strong Duke team. 

The loss of Reston and co-captains Bob Kepner and 
Bill Snyder from the starting team will hurt, but a flock 
of good juniors and sophomores will be bolstered by the 
members of Carolina's first undefeated freshman team. 




CO-CAPTAINS: Bill Snyder and Bob Kepner 



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CO-CAPTAINS: Jerry Stuver and Carmen Lunetta 

HERRY LERDS 
TERfTI TO TITLE 

The 1962 cross-country team brought Coach Dale Ran- 
son his 19th league championship since he had begun 
his coaching career. The one individual mainly respon- 
sible for this tremendous ACC victory was a boy who 
had never run in competition until he got to college. 
The barefoot runner, Larry Henry, finished first in a 



field of 68 and became the new ACC individual cham- 
pion. All of Carolina's top five men finished in the top 
eleven giving the Tar Heels an early twenty point lead 
over the second place squad. Distance runners Bob Ben- 
nett, Charlie Little, Carmine Lunetta, and Jerry Stuver 
added greatly to the fine team achievement. Co-captains 
Stuver and Lunetta will be graduating, but Little and 
Bennett will be called upon in the future to keep the 
Tar Heels on top in the ACC. 

Coach Ranson was very pleased with the team's re- 
sults but has even greater expectations for the 1962 
squad. 




Coach Dale Ranson with Larry Henry. 



CROSS COUNTRY TEAM. First row: L. Henry, W. Graham, C. Lunetta, B. Bennett, J. Smith. Second row: J. Dykstra, Manager; C. Little, 
W. Helms. O. Whichard, Coach Dale Ranson. 



2 II J 





TRACK lEAiM- / //)/ rvir: Tom Brooks, Joe McLamb, Mike Folk. Bob Bennett. Carmine Lunetta. John AKNinch, Charlie Little, Rett Everett. 
Bub Hart. Seutt Brent. Second run: Cutter Davis, Gordon Howard. Rein Harkema, Tom Clark, John Lindley, Nick Street, Heath Whittle, Lou 
Sullivan, Bill Croom, Will Turner, Tommy Henley. Third row: Assistant Coach Joe Hilton, Manager John Dykstra, John O'Bannon, Jim Shumate, 
Loren Wells, Jim Brown, Jerry Stuver, Barrie Tiedemann, Mana.qer Giles Ring. Coach Dale Ranson. 

SEConD oniY to terps 




"Beatty comes home." L'NC graduate and world's record holder in the 
mile run, Jim Beatty poses here with his former coach, Dale Ranson. 
and half-miler Bob Bennett. 



The 1962 track season saw Dale Ranson's indoor run- 
ners come closest to upsetting Maryland as anyone has 
come in half a decade. Later in the season the Carolina 
outdoor runners once again almost downed the Terps 
— but a week later they lost to underdog Duke and had 
to settle for a 4-2 overall record. 

Standout of the year was sophomore high jumper 
Tommy Clark, who cleared an ACC record height of 
^-ly^. Also, junior pole vaulter Heath Whittle cracked 
the school record with a fiberglass vault of 14-11/4 and 
Bob Hart set a new UNC standard of 47.3 in the 440. 
Senior John O'Brannon was the conference broad jump 
champ. 

The highlights of 1962 indoor track featured Scott 
Brent and Bob Bennett finishing first and second in the 
conference meet in the I/2 mile. In outdoor track. Brent 
broke the ACC record but finished second to a Maryland 
runner. Rounding out the outdoor performers. Bob Hart 
was best in the AAU meet in the quarter mile. 

The overall 4-2 ACC record which Carolina achieved 
was good enough for a second place position in the 
conference — as good as we have done in many years. 
Coach Ranson believes that the 1963 track squad is as 
good as, or better than, any team we have had here in 
a good while. 



Pase 284 




Rt'uuil hiikki Heath Whittle hangs precariously in the air just 
before he gives the final thrust to carry himself over the bar. 



Carolina's Jerry Stuver makes his move to the front of the 1962 Atlantic 
Coast Conference meet. 



LNCs Jim Brown seems determined to cross the finish line first as he stretches himself across the hurdle. 




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mRTmED OFF TO 
SLOLU START 

Midseason reports concerning Carolina wrestling have 
often been pessimistic. Such a report concerning the 
1962-63 team is not an exception. It seems that Caro- 
lina grapplers just wrestle better in the early spring - — 
that is to say in the Atlantic Coast Conference Tourna- 
ment. 

Last season, after compiling an unimpressive 4-7 
record, the Tar Heels earned a second place finish in the 
ACC Tournament. This year's varsity, led by seniors 
Gene "Dribbles" Record, and Willis "Quack" Johnson 
and also junior Jerry "Bearcat" Cabe, destined to im- 
prove upon their deceptive mid-season record of two 
victories against five defeats. When the team's four 
starting sophomores, Joel Fishman, Ken Furr, Russell 
Simmons and Elliot Dworin, acquire additional ex- 
perience on the mat the prospects of the team's success 
will multiply. As Coach Sam Barnes, the loquacious 
English professor, has contended, "Potentially this is 
the best squad I've ever coached at Carolina." 

The freshman team has proved itself to be one of the 
most adept squads to wrestle for Carolina. At mid- 
season Paul Wellstone the "Little Tarzan" of the Tar 
Babies remained unbeaten. Backing up Wellstone is Bill 




COACH: Sam Barnes 



Cook, who was awarded North Carolina's "Most Valu- 
able Player" trophy upon graduation from high school; 
Steve Lister, a New Jersey Prep School state champion 
and Wes Robinson, along with the rest, have displayed 
outstanding ability. Next year this group will be a wel- 
comed addition to the varsity. 



VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM. FronI: Coach Barnes with lassett. Kuteltng: Arthur, McGinty. Johnson. Ulfelder, Dahan, Garris. Coley, Thomas, 
Dworm, Record, Cabe. St.indiiig: Jones, Foscue. 





Joel Fishman struggles to keep his head above water in match against Washington and Lee. 



Heavywei^ght Jim Cabe tries to reverse the advantage against Walls of 
Davidson College. 



Ken Furr braces himself trying to keep his W & L opponent from 
flipping him. 





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SEflson's 

OUTLOOK: 
EXCELLEriT 

Returning lettermen and talented sophomores should 
make the 1962-63 North Carolina Swimming Team one 
of the best in blue dolphin history. 

The most outstanding veteran is AU-American back- 
stroker Thompson Mann who broke all existing ACC 
records in his specialty last year. Other noteworthy 
upperclassmen include Captain William Bloom in the 
butterfly, Barry King in the medley, and freestylers 
Frank Lea, Mike Bessel, Howard Cohn, and Harry 
Schiffman. 





CAPTAIN: Bill Bloom 



COACH: Pat 1 



Sophomore sensation Harrison Merrill, who bettered 
several national freshman records last year, is the most 
talented newcomer to the squad. Diver Ernie Oare, 
backstroker Scott Smiley, breaststroker Tate Kemper, 
and sprinters Thad Adams and Nick Woodrow should 
also be welcomed additions to the team. 

This year's schedule which opens with V.M.T on Dec. 
1 is one of the most demanding in recent years. Meets 
with Princeton and Navy highlight competition which 
also includes traditional rivals Maryland and North 
Carolina State. The season will terminate with trips to 
the ACC championships and the Eastern and NCAA 
tournaments in March. 



SWIMMING TEAM. First row: T. Kemper, J. Mumman, B. Bloom, D. Roberts, B. Murray, H, Cone. Second row: D. Woodrow, T. Mann, J. 
Kirkman, L. Kowal, J. Anker, H. Mumman, B, Creveling, H. Schiffman, J. Hoffman, H. Merrill. Third row: T. Adams, M. Bassell, B. King, 
F. Straughn, C. Smith. A. Milles. D. Canille, S. Smilev^ 






Diver Ernie Uare executes a full gainer under the watchful eye of 
dning coach Connie Steele 



That all important oxygen is drawn in hy sprinter Howie Cone 




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DEVflSTflTIOn on THE mOURD 



In 1962, Coach Walter Rabb suffered his first losing 
season for the UNC Tar Heels with a poor 8-14 show- 
ing. In the past 5 years, Rabb has produced Carolina's 
first ACC Champion and 4 runner-ups. The surprising 
thing about this season, however, was that Rabb felt 
he had a solid ball club — pending the pitchers that is. 
The big problem did turn out to be with the hurlers and 
this should prove to be the major concern of the 1963 
season. 

The future does look far brighter in this field for 
Carolina has acquired some scintillating talent. From 
Wilmington Junior College comes Bill Heywood, who 
will no doubt add a great deal to the needful staff. Last 
season's fine soph pitcher, Jerry Davis, is returning to 
fill his spot with the top three and, rounding out Caro- 
lina's aces, will be Junior Edge, who is excused for the 
first time from spring football practice. Bernie Isglett, 
the tremendously improved Carolina catcher, will pro- 
vide a fine target for pitchers. This should take a great 
deal of the strain off the mound for this season. 

Aside from the pitching, Carolina has a much im- 
proved outfield. Ken Willard, Carolina's strongest man 
with the bat and Frank Gallagher, top freshman hitter 
of 1962, will join the club. Gary Black will round out 
the strong outfield. 

Co-captains for the new year are Buddy Tilden and 
Dave Pope. Tilden led the team in batting average last 
year with a fine .399- 




COACH: Walter Rabb 



"With the help of last year's freshmen, who compiled 
a 14-4 record, Coach Rabb should field a ball club well 
worth watching this year. 



Captain Len Dellolio gets a base hit against Virginia as his teammate slides toward second. 








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VAK:>li'i i)A.>1;ijALL j i.AM. /-;)./ luii: inrii \\ ri,i;iit, mm brant, Kusscii nuiicrs. jim w ortnint;ton. Miltord Cox, buddy 1 ildcn, bcrnit- Js,i;ctt. 
Cronin Byrd, Paul Swing, Larry Neal. Mike Traynor, Dave Pope. Second row: Bob Hundley, Pete Farrior, Dave Wilday, Wendell Brande, Spencer 
Willard, Clayton Burns, Heyward Hull, Jim Speight, Larry Jenkins, Dee Frady. Bob West, John Eichberg, Bobby Cox, Ass't. coach Dallas Branch. 
Third row: Ass't. Coach Ben Tench, Jud Spainhour, Bob Wacker, John Kouri, Pete Rose, George Lockhart, Bill Brown. Len Dellolio, Dave Murr, 
Andy Billesdon, Bob Carter, Coach Walter Rabb, Manager Bill Brake. 



Dave Pope is congratulated by teammate Buddy Tilden after hitting a 
LTVC's Larry Neal slams a line drive toward third base against Virginia. home run. 




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RETmEn SPORT 22-1 RECORD 



It was a great year for the annually formidable tennis 
teams of North Carolina. Four of the five returning 
starters from the 1961 ACC Champions found them- 
selves without a steady job as perhaps the finest collec- 
tion of sophomores in Tar Heel history made their 
debut. 

With a significant exception Coach Donald Skakle's 
youthful charges completely devastated their opposition 
in rolling up a splendid 22-1 record. No ACC team 
could even stay on the same court with the fierce Tar 
Heels as UNC loped to its fourth consecutive confer- 
ence crown, all under Skakle. Carolina now has won 
54 out of 35 conference matches and 39 in a row. 
Sophomore George Sokol grabbed the ACC singles title, 
while sophs Ted Hoehn and "Bitsy" Harrison combined 
for the doubles crown. 

The lone loss for Carolina resulted when the team 
put its 34 match skein against a similar 105 match 
streak by the University of Miami. In a brilliant exhibi- 
tion, the Tar Heels fell, 6-3. 

This spring should be even more pleasant for Caro- 
lina as the starting six return intact including George 
Sokol, Ted Hoehn, "Bitsy" Harrison, Keith Stoneman, 
all-everything Charlie Shaffer, and Dave Morgan. 
Flashy O. H. Parrish will be up from the freshman 




COACH: Don Skakle 



squad to lend another strong hand along with lettermen 
Stan Cocke, George Zimmerman, Sam Applegate, and 
Rich Henderson. 



TENNIS TEAM. Lejt to right: Coach Don Skakle, Charlie Shaffer, Ted Hoehn. Captain Keith Stoneman, George Sokol, Bitsy Harrison, Stan 
Cocke. Georee Zimmerman, Kirby Jones, Rich Henderson, Sam Applegate, Garland Carlton, Manager Alex Nislick 




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Playing the number one position, George Sokol slams a forehand shot back at his opponent. 



Captain Keith Stoneman's quick moves make him a constant threat to 
all visiting teams. 




Ted Hoehn looks on as his doubles partner George Sokol drops back 
to return a Miami lob. 




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Pete Green: The team's top player and an All-American. 



The 1962 UNC golf team played the "front nine" in 
sub-par style, but the "back nine" produced too many 
"bogies." After suppressing the first four opponents, the 
Tar Heels seemed destined for a truly great season. At 
this point, the defending national champions from Pur- 
due broke the string of victories, but not the morale. 

A quick recovery was made, and the team brought 
home four straight victories. The "back nine" was then 
initiated and with it — defeat. Only two victories were 
seized in the last seven outings giving the Heels an over- 
all record of 10-6. 

The coming season should prove to be much brighter. 
However, the loss of senior All-American Pete Green 
will certainly be felt. Coach Ed Kenny will be looking for 
his real power in the four sophomores who led the 1962 
freshman team to an undefeated season. They are : Vinnie ■ 
Giles, Shep Tucker, Tommy Arnold, and Leslie Fleisher. 
Strong returning team members will be: Jay Harris, Abe 
Andes, Mike Dore, Jere Ayers, and Harvey Hill. 



SEflSOD'S ERD: 
HOOKS RRD SLICES 




Mike Dure holJb tlic flag as Denny \\ hitc tries tu drop the putt tor a par. 



Two returning team members, Harvey Hill and Abe Andes, will help 
Coach Kenny to keep his winning record. 




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The sinister group to the right is in a 
mass conspiracy to involve 2,173 of our 
fellow students into twenty minutes co- 
operation at least live times each fall. 
Toward this end they donate a total of 
one hundred hours a week for the cause, 
and as can be seen some prefer to re- 
main anonymous for professional rea- 
sons. Started in 1948 they hide their 
underground activities by promoting 
college tradition and stimulating spirit. 
For their efforts the "artists," "ushers," 
and "office staff" are well rewarded. 
They and their card stunts at football 
games are being investigated by the 
House on Unamerican Activities Com- 
mittee. 



CflRDBOflRD- 

unRmERicfln? 




L'NC CARDBOARD. St.:U^: Mildred Hunter; President, Tom L.i\\ - 
rence; Ann Lloyd. Fiist row: Ronny Gabriel, John Myhre, Jim Hum- 
phrey, Bob Bettis, Bill Stribling, Colin Ferguson. Second row: Val 
McWhorter, Jimmy Harris, Unidentified, Unidentified, Brooks Gul- 
ledge, Tom Muncy, Tom McKibbin, Rodney Love, Bob Singletary. 







-=r:^^^ji^^ 


mm-- 



Captain Don Hubbard competing in foils at the National Championships. 



Though not recognized as a varsity squad, the fencing 
team has certainly shown its ability to compete among 
the best. Last season, Coach Barrow's team posted a 7-3 
record. The leading performer and team captain, Don 
Hubbard, placed 13th in foil competition at the Na- 
tional Championships last year and hopes to rank even 
higher this year at the tournament held at the Air 
Force Academy. 



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VARSITY 
RECOGniTIOn 
HOPED FOR 

Coach Barrow officiating at the National Championships. 

IT 




CflROLinfl'S HALL OF FRHE 




OFFICERS. Fns/ row: Kepner, CAA Representative; Whittle, Presi- 
dent ; Croom, Secretary. Second row: Runco, Vice-President ; Esposito, 
Social Chairman; Stuver, Treasurer; D. Greene, Sergeant-at-Arms. 



Monogram winners at Carolina (over 100) have all 
made major contributions to the success of their teams. 
And as members of the Monogram Club, an honorary 
organization, they form an active group on campus. 
Among this year's activities: Saturday morning open 
houses for high school football athletes visting Chapel 
Hill during the fall as prospects for recruiting; bringing 
orphans to home football games; gifts to children 
hospitalized over Christmas; scholarship fund for needy 
athletes; sponsorship of the annual Varsity-Alumni 
spring football game. 

The Monogram Club's HQ is a spacious room in 
Woollen Gymnasium, replete with trophy cases, photo- 
graphs of past greats, television, radio and phonograph, 
lounge chairs and billiard table. 

As a service club, the Monogrammers have made 
significant contributions to the life of the campus. 



MONOGRAM CLUB. Pint row: Brake, Speight, Whittle, Runco. Croom. Applegate, Henderson. Second row: Huffman, Pope, Jack Jones, John- 
son, Jeff Jones, Little, Isgett, McLamb, Sokol. Third row: Clark, King, Hull, Henley, Esposito, Stuver, D. Greene, Hoehn, Zimmerman, Burns, 
Lunetta, Joe Milton, Advisor. 




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Aa 




Heath Whittle defies Newton's Universal Law of Gravitation as lie 
hurls himself over the bar at 14 feet. 




Two hundred and sixteen pounds of Ken W'illard crashes through the 
Duke line as Joe Craver (52) prepares to lead the way. 



MONOGRAM CLUB. First rou: McNinch, Dykstra, Bennett, Kepner, Lunetta, Carter, Record. Second row: Little. McDonald, Hart, Brande, Cox, 
Beim. Lindley, Hill. Third row: Bisselle, Lea, Craver, Edge, Zaback, Hennessey, Lacey, B. Cox, Yates. 



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CO-EDS on THE movE 




PRESIDENT: Carol CLiytun 



The purpose of the Women's Athletic Association is to 
provide opportunities for participation in various recrea- 
tional activities, and to promote interest in women's 
athletics. This purpose is accomplished through an ex- 
tensive intramural program, includmg competition in 
both individual and team sports. The W.A.A. sponsors 
many diversified clubs, such as the Splash Club, Tennis 
Club, Modern Dance Club, and many others. The as- 
sociation does not stop at women's athletics, but also 



Splash Club 




WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. First row: Alice Ann Ains- 
lie. Treasurer; Peggy Clayton, Publicity Director. Second row: Judy 
Newton, Vice-President; Alice Schmidt, Secretary. 



Sponsors the Co-Rec Carnival, Co-Rec Volleyball, and 
Co-Rec Swimming. Play days, interschool competition, 
and the annual Awards Picnic are a few of the other 
W.A.A. activities. 



Lejt to right: Jane Yeager, Jane Slater, Mary Frcncli Ma 
Loving, 




STROnC STUDERT SUPPORT 



The purpose of the Student Athletic Council is to bring 
athletics closer to the students so that they will have a 
better appreciation of the athletic phase of Carolina life, 
and to carry the views, desires, and needs of the students 
to the officials of the athletic department. 

The diverse program of the Council began in 1962 
with the Homecoming Displays Contest and the spicy 
Homecoming Queen Contest. The best of the displays 
was presented by Craige Dormitory while the Home- 
coming Queen was the sophisticated Miss Diane Mon- 
roe. Miss Monroe became a finalist at a tea in the 
Morehead Planetarium the previous Thursday along 
with six other co-eds. 

This year the Council is sponsoring an "Athlete of 
the Week" in the Daily Tar Heel. The deserving athlete 
is selected by the Sports Editor of the Tar Heel and is 
represented in a weekly feature on the sports page. All 
sports, both major and minor, are to be represented at 
some time durmg the year. Another of the successful 
Athletic Council projects is the combo parties at Wool- 
len gym following each home basketball game. 

1962 has been an active year with a great deal of 
over-all success for the Carolina Student Athletic 
Council — an organization that has contributed a great 
deal to the University athletic program. 




PRESIDENT: Charlie Shaffe 



Pint rou\- Gordon Appell, Tom Lawrence, Bob Greson, Charlie Shaffer, John Morgan, Mark Schnitzer, Lanny Bridgers. Second row: Judy Newton, 
Ed Dupree, Carol Clayton, Bob Kepner. 




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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Jeff Culler, Treasurer; Beth Walker, Secretary; Gail Woodward. Social Chairman; Larry Brown, Vice-President. 




SEniORS 



ACKER, DORENE KAREN Charlotte 

A.B. IN MATHF,MATICS. Canterbury Club (2, 3, 4) ; N.S.A. (1, 2) ; Order 
of Old Lampshades (3. 4); Wesley Foundation (1). 

ADAMS, ANTHONY GORDON Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 

ADAMS, HOWARD ELLISON Kensington, Md. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Chi Phi. A.F.R.O.T.C. (I, 2. 3, 4) ; Arnold 
Air Sot-iety (2, 3, 4) : Chapel Hill Flying Club, President (2) ; Baseball (1). 

ADCOCK, GERALD COOPER Rougemont 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Baseball (1); Student Party (3); 
V.M.C.A. (3, 4). 

AINSLIE, ALICE ANNE Huntington, W. Va. 

A.B. IN rSYCHOLOCJY. Chi Omeqa. Canterbury Club (4): Orientation 
Counselor (4) : Univer.sity Party (3, 4) ; W.A.A. (3, 4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 

AITKEN, GEORGE DOUGLAS, JR. Charlotte 

B.S. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alfiha Kupim Psi. Student Party 
(2): Westminster Fellowship (1, 2, 3, 4); WUNC (2); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 4). 

ALEXANDER, JUDITH COMPTON Coral Gables, Fla. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Stray Greeks (3, 4); Kappa Alpha Theta. Carolina 
Symposium (3, 4); Carolina Women's Council (3. 4); Dormitory Ofticer 
(3) ; Spanish Club (3, 4) ; Student Legislature (3) ; University Party (3) ; 
Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 

Louisburg 

2) : University 



ALLEN, FELIX HILL, III 



ALLEN, HUGH INMAN Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. .SiV/mo Alpha Ep.tilnyi. Amphoterotlien 
(3. 4); Carolina Handlmok (2): Carolina SvmiKisiuni (1); C.U.S.U. (4); 
Dance Committee (I. 2): Gimghoul (2, 3. 4i ; G.M.A.B. (1. 2, 3); N.S.A. 
(3, 4) ; Order of the Grail (3, 4) : Order of tlie Old Well (3. 4) : Order of 
Beanbirds (2. 3. 4): Orientation Coun.selor (2); Student Legislature (2, 
3); University Party (1, 2, 3. 4): President of Student Government (4). 



ALLISON, JACK HOWARD 

B.S. IN ACCOUNTING. 

ALSTON, EDITH EUGENIA 



Canton 



Anniston, Ala. 



ANDERSON, EDWARD JOHNSTON, JR. 

B.S. IN ACCOUNTING. 



Raleigh 



ANDERSON, FREDERICK RANDOLPH, JR. 

Rutherfordton 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Plii Ef,i Si<ji,uf. Proiilfnt; Plii B,ta Kifpim. Carolina 
F'orum; Carolina Svinposiuin : (inler of Golden Fleeie CI. li: Order of 
the Grail (3, 4) ; Order of the ol.l Well; Orientation Ci.inmittee ; Orienta- 
tion Counselor; International Students Board. Chairman; Weslev Foun- 
dation. Lav Scholar: Y.M.C.A.; Senior Class Essay Contest Winner; 
Di-Phi fiociet)/: Morehead Scholar. 

ANDERSON, GENE RANDALL Kinston 



ANDREW, HERBERT ALLEN Greensboro 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Siiima Chi. G.M.A.B. (2): Orientation Counselor 
(2); University I'artv (I. 2, 3, 4); Westminster Fellowship (1, 2, 3. 4); 
Wrestlintr (II; Y..M.C.A. (1, 2). 

ANGE, CHARLES GILMER Farmville 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha EpsiUni Drita. Y.D.C. (3). 

ARMFIELD, RICHARD BEESON, JR. Mount Airy 

TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTUKF^S. WUNC-TV 



ARMFIELD, ROBERT MEADE 

A.B. IN ENGLISH EDUCATION. 



ARMSTRONG, DANIEL M. 



Marshville 



Roaersville, Tenn. 



A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Siflma Kho. 
Amphoterotlien (3, 4) ; Carolina Forum (3, 4) ; Cla.ss Cabinet (1) : Debate 
Council (1. 2. 3, 4): N.S.A. (3. 4); Orientation Counselor (2); University 
Party (3); Y.R.C. (3, 4); Freshmen and Sophomore Honors Programs; 
Morehead Scholar. 



ARTHUR, LOUIS CHESTERFIELD 



Greenville 



A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Siati 
(2. 3) : Wrestling (1, 3, 4). 



A'». Monogram Club (4) ; University Party 



ASHBURN, MICHAEL ANTHONY 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. 



Winston-Salem 



ASHER, ROGER HARRY Port Washington, N. Y. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Dormitory Oflicer (3); University Party (4). 

ASSERSON, BOWEN, JR. Augusta, Ga. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Canterbury Club (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Y.D.C. ( 1) ; Y.M.C.A. 

(1. 3, 4). 



AULD, GAIL EVELYN 



Durham 



A.B. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. Dormitory Ollicer (4) ; F.T.A. (4) ; 
Newman Club (4) ; Student N.E.A. (4). 



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SEDIORS 



AUSTIN, MARIE STUART Raleigh 

A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. Delta Delta Delta. Dormitorv Officer (3) ; Uni- 
versity Party (3. 4); W.A.A. (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 

AVANT, GEORGE RAY 

Alplia Chi Sirima 



Forest City 

■f( Vimilon. Student Party 

Wilson 

Dormitory Officer (3, 4); 



Charlotte 
Charleston, S. C. 

1 Symposium (3); Uni- 

CoffeeviUe, Miss. 



AYCOCK, CHARLES RONALD 

U.S. IN' MARKETING. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1. 2 
I.D.C. (3, 4); Student Party (3, 41; Y.D.C. (4) 

BAAN, DANIEL SHELTON 

U.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigim 

BAILEY, ANNE JOHNSTON 

A.B. IN HISTORY OF ART. PI Beta Phi. Caro 
versity Party (3. 41; Y.W.C.A. (3. 4i. 

BAILEY, DONNA BESS 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Delta Delta. K.T.A. (3. 4); Orientation Coun- 
.selor (4) ; Panhellenic Council (4) ; Stutlent Government Committee (4) : 
University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 41. 

BAILEY, JON CHARLES Charlottesville, Va. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Sigma Chi. Student Government Committee (2. 3); 
University Party (1, 2, 3). 

BALDWIN, ANN ELIZABETH 

Lookout Mountain, Tenn. 

A.B, IN FRENCH EDUCATION. Canterbury Cluh (3, 4); Carolina 
Women's Council (4) ; Dormitory Officer (4) ; Orientation Counselor (41 ; 
Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 

Greensboro 



BALLARD, JAMES WILAY 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

BALLARD, NANNIE LOU 



Kernersville 

olina Women's Coun- 



Lumberton 
Gastonia 

Hendersonville 



BALLOU, BYRON TRACY 

A.H. IN ZOOLOGY. Student Government Committee (2 

BARBEE, ROBERT BOYD 

B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. 

BARBER, ABIGAIL GREGORY 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Kappa Delta. Orientation Counselor (4); Student 
Government Committee (4); Student N.E..\. (4); Student Party (3, 4); 
Wesley Foundation (4;; Y.W.C.-V. (3. 4). 

Raleigh 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Carolina Symposium (3): Class Cabinet 
(1, 3, 4); Di-Phi Sueietij (41; Dormitory Officer (1); Orientation Coun- 
selor (3. 41 ; Student Government Committee (1. 2, 3. i) : Student Legis- 
lature (3); Student Party (1, 2, 3. 4); Westminster Fellowsbip (3, 4); 
Y.D.C. (1. 2. 3, 4). 

BAREFOOT, BONNIE BLAKE Dunn 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Future Teachers of America (4): Student Govern- 
ment Committee (3, 4>: Student N.E..\. (4); University Chorus (3, 4); 
Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 



BARBER, LEON WORTH 



BARNETTE, JERRY H. 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT. Delta Siaii 
University Party; Y.M.C.A. 



Tryon 

A.F.R.O.T.C; 



BARNHART, CATHARINE DOZIER Tarboro 

A.B. IN ENCiLISH. Caiulina (JuarterUj (4i; Dailij Tar Heel (3). 

Winston-Salem 

Newman Cub; Y.M.C.A. 



BAROTTA, STEPHEN JOHN 

M.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Dormitory Offlc 



BARR, GEORGE MARSHALL Lansing 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Phi Mi( Alpha. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1. 2. 3. 4) ; 
Dormitory Officer (2); Y.D.C. (1); Century Squadron. 

BARRETT, ELIZABETH VICTORIA Monroe 

B.S. IN EDUCATION. Sigma Kappa. Student N.E.A. (4); Stray Greel<s 



BARRETT, ETHEL LOUISE 

A.B. IN ELE.MENTARY EDUCATION. Outins Club (2, 3. 4) 



Chapel Hill 



BARRINEAU, HARRY EUGENE, III 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Theta Chi. Football (1, 21 
Party (3, 4); Track (1, 2, 4); Wesley Foundatio 
Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). 

BARROW, JOHN KNOX, III 

B.S. IN BI'SINESS ADMINISTRATION. Student Government Committee 
( I, 2, 3. 4) ; Student Legislature (1) : University Party (1, 2. 3. 4) ; Y.D.C. 
(1, 2. 4): Y.M.C.A. (1. 2. 3. 41; Freshman Camp (1. 2. 3, 4), A.ssistant 
Director (t); Economic-s Club (2. 3, 41. President (4). 

BASS, EDWIN WARNER 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Delta Phi Alpha. Gimghoul (2, 
3. 4); G.M..\.B. (3); Men's Honor Council (1. 2. 3); Order of Golden 
Fleece (3. 41; Order of the Grail (2. 3, 41. President; Order of the Old 
Well (3. 4); Orientation Committee (3); Orientation Counselor (2): Stu- 
dent Government Committee (3) ; University Party (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Morehead 
Scholar. 



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Norfolk, Va. 



Ahoskie 



Nashville, Tenn. 




CLRSS OF 1963 



BATTLE, FLORENCE ANNE 



Rocky Mount 

student N.E.A. (4) ; 



BATTLE, JEAN HOWERTON Chattanooga, Tenn. 

A.B, IN ENGLISH, LATIN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi. Class Cabinet (4) ; 
Student Government Committee (3. 4); University Party (4); Women's 
Residence Council (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). 

BATTLE, RICHARD E. Bayside, N. Y. 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1); University Party 
(1,2,3,4). 

BEALE, ANDREW VINCENT Norfolk, Va. 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGV. Theta Chi. Band (1, 2. 3, 4) ; Baptist Student Union 
(1); Cardboard (3, 4); I.F.C. (3, 4). 

BEAMAN, GRAFTON CATLING Ahoskie 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Dormitory Officer (3) ; U.N.C. 
Entertainment Committee (3). 

BEETON, JOHN WILLIAM Lynbrook, N. Y. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Psi. N.R.O.T.C. 
(1. 2, 3, 4). 

BELL, MARTHA PAT Tarboro 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Clii Omega. 

BENDER, MARY JO PoUocksville 

A.B. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. Student N.E.A. (4) ; Westminster 
Fellowship (3. 4). 

BENNETT, JUDITH ANNE Warm Springs, Ga. 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Kappa Kappa Gamma. Newman Club (3, 4) ; 
Orientation Counselor (4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 

BENNETT, WILLIAM RADFORD 



Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN MUSIC. Band (1. 2, 3, 4) ; Carolina Playmakers; Hillel Founda- 
tion; Sound and Fuiy (2), Musical Director: "Wesley Foundation (1); 
Inangle Symphony (3, 4); University Orchestra (I, 2. 3, 4); University 
Wind Ensemble (I, 2, 3); Director of Music, Jewisli Music Festival (2). 

BERLIN, IRA GILBERT Albemarle 

A.B. IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES. Tau Epsilon Phi. Class Cabinet 
(4) ; Hillel Foundation (1. 2, 3, 4) ; Soccer (1) ; Student Party (1, 3, 4) ; 
Tennis (1) ; Y.D.C. (3, 4) ; Y.M.C.A. (1) ; Cireulo Hispanieo (3, 4). 



BERMAN, RICHARD STEPHAN 



Pikesville, Md. 



A.B. IN ENGLISH. Zetu Beta Tau. Cardboard (1, 2); Carolina Sym- 
posium (3) ; Dormitory Officer (1, 2) : G.M.A.B. (2) ; I.F.C. (3) ; Orienta- 
tion Committee (3) ; Press Club (4) ; University Party (1, 2. 3, 4) ; Wesley 
Foundation. 

BERMAN, SHELDON S. Rockville Centre, N. Y. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Tau Epsilon Phi. Hillel Foundation (1, 2, 3, 4) ; I.F.C. 
(3) ; Student Party (1, 2, 3, 4). 

BERRYHILL, WILLIAM IRWIN, JR. Raleigh 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Canterbury Club (1); University Party 
(3. 4); Y.D.C. (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (3, 4). 

BESS, LLOYD GEORGE 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 



Loring A.F.B., Maine 



BILISOLY, CHARLES WINSTON 



Alexandria, Va. 



BIRDSONG, SUSAN WITHERS 



B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Dormitory Officer (3, 4); 
G.M.A.B. (3, 4); N.R.O.T.C. (1); Orientation Counselor (4); University 
Party (3, 4); yackety Yack (1); Y.D.C. (4); Y.M.C.A. (3). 

Suffolk, Va. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Delta Delta Delta. University Party (3, 4) ; W.A.A. 
(3, 4) ; Women's Residence Council (3, 4). 

BISHOP, BERTRAM OWEN 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Simna Delta Chi. I.D.C. (3, 
ment (41 ; Student Party (3, 4) ; Press Club (3, 4). 



Plymouth 

student Govern- 



BLANTON, ALYCE DIANE Marion 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Omega. Canterbury Club (3); C.U.S.C. (3, 4); 
Student Government Committee (3) : University Party (3, 4) ; Women's 
Residence Council (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 



BLOOM, WILLIAM FRANK 



Baltimore, Md. 



A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Delta Theta. Alpha Epsilon Delta. Monogram 
Club (2, 3, 4) ; Swimming (1, 2, 3, 4) ; University Party (1, 2, 3. 4). 

BLUMENTHAL, CHARLES A. Port Washington, N. Y. 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Dailil Tar Heel (1) ; G.M.A.B. (1) ; 
Student Government Elections Board (2): Student Party (2); Yaekety 
Yack (2): U.N.C. Outing Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Archery Team (1, 2), Coach 
(3, 4). 



Charlotte 

inmma. Class Cabinet (3); Orienta- 
urus (3) ; University Party (3, 4) ; 



BLYTHE, JUDITH MARION 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Kappa 1 
tion Counselor (4); l'ni\ci; 
Y.W.C.A. (8, 4); Carolina S 

BOBROWSKE, DENNIS EDWARD FayetteviUe 

A.B. IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. Delta Phi Alpha. Soccer (1, 2, 
3); Y.D.C. (4). 

BOLAN, ROBERT STUART, JR. Sarasota, Fla. 

B.E. IN MATHEMATICS. N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); WUNC (3). 

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BOLIN, JAMES HAROLD BoonviUe 

B.S. IX INDUSTRIAL RELATION'S AND PSYCHOLOGY. Delta Sigma 
Pi. University Party (3. i) ; Dorm Advisor (4). 

HOLING, JOHN COCHRAN, JR. Troy 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Y.D.C. (4); Y.M.C.A. (3. 4). 

BOOKER, EDWARD NELSON, JR. Selma 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1. 2. 3. 4); Arnold Air Society 
(3. 4) ; Press Club (4) ; WUNC (2j ; WUNC-TV (2. 3) ; Photo Lab (3. 4). 



BORDEN, NORMAN D. 



Bayside, N. Y. 



S" POLITICAL SCIENCE. Tan Epsilon Phi. Band (1) ; Hillel Foun- 
(1, 2. 3, 4) ; Student Party (3. 4) ; Yuckety York (4). 

Harrisbura, Pa. 



BOUTSELIS, GEORGE JOHN 



IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Phi Kappa Sigma. Class Cabinet (2) ; 
Football (1. 2, 3, 4); I.D.C. (2). 

BOWERS, BRUCE H. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Basketball (1, 2, 3). 



Wellesley Hills, Mass. 



BOWLES, ROBERT LEE Martinsville, Va. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. WUNC (2) ; Y.D.C. (3). 

BOWLES, RUTH STRAFFORD Kinston 

'a. Student N.E.A. (3. 4); University 
littee (4). 

BOWS, DAVID JOHNSON Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Kappa Alpha. I.F.C. C4) ; Orientation Counselor (2) : 
University Party (1, 2, 3, 4). 



BOYENTON, WILLIAM H. Middlesex, N. J. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. 

BOYETTE, CLYDA LYNN Kenly 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi. Cheerleader (4) ; Orientation Coun- 
selor; Student N.E.A. ; University Party; Campus Chest; Yaek Beauty 
Court. 

BOYETTE, ROSELYN LANGLEY Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN MUSIC EDUCATION. Men's Glee Club Soloist; University Chorus 
(2, 3, 4). 



BRADFORD, GARY WILLIAM 



Hudson 



Greensboro 



BRADHAM, PAGE HOWARD 

.\.B. IN EDUCATION. Chi Omega. Class Cabinet; Future Teachers of 
America: Order of the Beanbirds (3, 4); Orientation Committee (4); 
Student Legislature (3, 4); Tennis; University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. 

BRADY, JON PERRY Charlotte 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Sigma Chi. Gorgon's Head (3. 4) ; Uni- 
versity Party (1. 2. 3, 4) : Cierman's Club (3. 4). 



BRAKE, WILLIAM HOWARD, JR. Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Alpha Phi Omega. Baseball Manager (3) ; Canterbury 
Club (2. 3, 4); Class Cabinet (3): Dormitory OfRcer (1. 3); Orientation 
Counselor (3); Student Legislature (3): Student Party (2, 3); Y.D.C. 
(3); Y.M.C..\. (3); Carolina Guide Service (2, 3. 4). 

BRAME, CYRUS WATSON North Wilkesboro 

A.B. IN GEOGRAPHY. Y.D.C. (I. 2, 3. 4); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2). 

BRANDE, WENDELL SIMPSON 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Phi Kappa Sigma. Baseball (1 
3. i): Dormitory Officer (2); Monogram Club (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). 



Browns Summit 



BRIETZ, JOHN EDWIN Charlotte 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTR.'VTION. Delta Vpsilon. Cardboard; Stu- 
dent Party (2. 3) ; Y.M.C.A. (1. 2, 3. 4). 



BRINKLEY, GRACE POND 



Suffolk, Va. 

Counselor (4); Tennis Club; 



BRINKLEY, THOMAS EDWIN 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. University Chorus (1, 2, 3). 



Mount Airy 



BRINN, ANNE WINSLOW Hertford 

A.B. IN ELE.MENTARY EDUCATION. Dormitory Officer (4); Student 



BRINSON, ELIZABETH FA YE 

A.B. IN ELE.MENTARY EDUCATION. 

BRITT, CHARLES ROBIN 



Arapahoe 



Asheville 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Psi. Student Party (1. 2. 3, 4). Chairman (4); 
Student Legislature (3r. Student Government (3); Fencing (4); Resi- 
dent Advisor (4). 



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CLRSS OF 1963 

BROADWELL, ROBERT BRUCE Angier 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

BROCK, DANIEL DUNCAN, JR. Lexington, Ky. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Kapm Epsilon. Band (1); Canterbury Club 
(1): Wrestling (1); WUNC (3). 

BROCK, SARAH FRANCES Wadesboro 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Alpha Delta Pi. Orientation Counselor (4) ; Uni- 
versity Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 

BROOKER, REGINALD JOHN Valdese 

A.B. IN GERMAN. Dormitory Officer (3); I.D.C. (3); Monogram Club 
(2. 3); N.S.A. (3); Student Party (1, 2); Wrestling (1, 2, 3); Freshman 
Honors Program ; Gocttingen Scholar. 



BROOME, HENRY GEORGE, JR. 



Ventnor, N. J. 



A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Delta Siama Pi. Daily Tar Heel (2); 
Debate Council (1, 2): Di-Phi Society (3); Dormitory Officer (2); I.D.C. 
(2); N.R.O.T.C. (1); Soccer (1); Student Legislature (1. 2); Student 
Party (2, 3); W.U.N.C. (1); Y.R.C. (1. 2. 3. 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). 

BROWN, CHARLES RAY, JR. Goldsboro 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Phi Eta Sigvia. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Arnold Air Society (2, 3, 4) ; Scabbard and Blade (3, 4). 

BROWN, JAMES MICHAEL Charlotte 

A.B. IN HISTORY, .-llpha Tau Omega. I.F.C. (1, 2, 3. 4) ; Newman Club 
(1, 2. 3, 4) ; University Party (2, 3, 4); Fine Fellows Club (3, 4). 

Charlotte 

Club (1, 2. 



BROWN, JOHN ROBERT 



BROWN, JUDITH ANN 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Knppa Kappa Gamma. Un 
Women's Residence Council (3); Y.W.C.A. (3). 



BROWN, RICHARD MELVIN 



BROWN, SAMUEL RAY 



Monroe, Ga. 

versity Party (3) ; 



Freeport, N. Y. 

and Climbing 

Pilot Mountain 



BROWN, SCOTT NEWTON, JR. 

Signal Mountain, Tenn. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS AD.MINISTRATION. LAW. Kappa Sigma, Beta 
Gamma Sigina. Soccer (2J. 



BROWN, WILLIAM RONALD Moncure 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Baptist Student Union (3. 4) ; Dormitory Officer 
(3). 

BROWNFIELD, BARBARA VIRGINIA Fort Bragg 

A.B. IN ENGLISH EDUCATION. Kappa Kappa Gamma. Canterbury Club 
(3) ; Orientation Counselor (4) ; University Party (3, 4) ; Y.W.C..\. (3, 4). 



Kinston 



BRUFFEY, VERNON RUSSELL 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. 

BRYAN, SAM DUNN 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Phi Eta Si 

(1. 2, 3). 

BRYANT, JAN CONDRA 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Student Party 
Drama Workshop (3. 4). 

BRYANT, JUDITH LACKEY _^._, 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Kappa Delta. Canterbury Club (4) ; Carolina Play- 
makers (4); Class Cabinet (4); Doimitory Officer (3); Orientation 
Counselor (4); Student Government Committee (4); Student Party (3. 
4) ; Women's Honor Council (3, 4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 



Scotland Neck 

. Dormitory Officer (4) ; Y.M.C..\. 



Hoffman 



Spray 



BRYANT, WAYNE DOUGLAS 



Lenoir 



BUCHLY, PETER CORBETT 



Tryon 
. Daily Tar Heel (I) ; Soccer (I. 



BUGDEN, ROBERT L. 

B.S. IN ZOOLOGY. Chi Psi. University Party. 



Fayettevaie, N. Y. 



BULLARD, WALTER MARION, JR. AutryviUe 

A.B. IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES. Baptist Student Union (1); 
N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Orientation Counselor (4); Scabbard and Blade 



BUMGARNER, BRENDA JEAN 



BUNCH, JACK WEBB 

A.B. IN HISTORY EDUCATION. 



North Wilkesboro 

Splash 



Edenton 



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BURBRIDGE, LINDA CARMEN Jacksonville, Fla. 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Delta Pi. Newman Club (3. 4) ; Orientation 
Counselor (4); Student N.E.A. (3, 4); University Party (3, 4); W .A.A. 
(3): y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 

BURCH, MARGARET ELIZABETH Edenton 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 

BURKHARDT, DOUGLAS CARROLL New York, N. Y. 

A.B IN CHEMISTRY. Dormitory Officer (2, 3): I.D.C. (3). President 
(1961) : Men's Glee Club (1) : Orientation Counselor (3) : Student Govern- 
ment Committee (2. 3); Student Party (1, 2, 3, 4); Praeceps, Society ot 
Janus (4). 



Wadesboro 

Basketball (1. 3, 4); Monogram 



BURNS, CHARLES MAY, III 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Krippa Sic/mn. 
Club (3. 4); Student Party (4). 

BURNS, CLAYTON BRASINGTON 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Kappa Si| 
Student Party (4). 

BURROUGHS, SYLVIA ELAINE 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Carolina Quarterltj (4): Y.D.C. (4). 



Wadesboro 

Baseball (1, 8, 4) : 

Bat Cave 



Warrenton 



BURWELL, WILLIAM HENRY 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOCJY. Cheerleader (3, 4); Dormitory Officer (2. 3. 4) ; 
I.D.C. (4); Hillel Foundation; Swimming (1); Y.M.C.A. (1). 

BUTLER, NANCY ELIZABETH Chappaqua, N. Y. 

B.S. IN M.\THEMATICS. Kappa Delt(r. Orientation Counselor (41; Stu- 
dent Government Committee (3. 4); Women's Residence Council (4i. 



BUTLER, PAMELA JANE 



Washington, D. C. 

intation Counselor; Stu- 



BUTLER, PAUL CARRAWAY, JR. Southern Pines 

A.B. IN HISTORY. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1); Carolina Symposium (1); Daihi 
Tar Heel (1. 2. 4); Press Club (1, 3, 4): Student Party (3, 4): West- 
minster Fellowship (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Yacketu Yack (1, 4) ; Y.D.C. (3. 41. 



Greensboro 

ntation Counselor (2, 3); Uni- 



BUTLER, RONALD MONROE 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Pi Kappa Alpha. Ori( 
versity Party (2, 3, 4). 

CAFFEY, CYNTHIA ANN Larchmont, N. Y. 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi. Student N.E.A. (3, 4) ; University 
Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); Secretariat (3, 4). 



CAFFERY, HANNAH MOBERLEY SOAPER 

Harrodsburg, Ky. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. C!U Omega. Carolina Symposium; Splash Club; Uni- 
versity Party ; Episcopal Altar Guild. 

CALDWELL, NANCY ELIZABETH Palm Beach, Fla. 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Cfii Omega. Y.W.C.A. 

CALLAHAN, PETER DEPPE Coral Gables, Fla. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Delta Theta. N.R.O.T.C. (1. 2. 3, 4); University 
Party (1. 2, 3. 41 ; Y.M.C.A. (i. 2, 3, 4). 



CALLAWAY, HILDA GAY Arlington, Va. 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Chi Omega. Orientation Committee (3, 4) ; Stu- 
dent N.E..A. (3, 4) ; University Party (3, 4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3). 



CAPLAN, DAVID ALAN 



St. Michaels, Md. 



B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. N.R.O.T.C. (1. 2, 3. 4). 

CAPLAN, HARVEY ALLEN South Orange, N. J. 

B.S. IN MARKETING. Pi Lambda Phi. Hillel Foundation; University 
Party. 



CAPPS, SHERRILL MAYNARD 

B.S. IN BUSINESS AD-MINISTRATION. 

CARLISLE, DEANNA JEANE Athens, Ga. 

.\.B. IN FRENCH. Kappa Kappa Gamma. Carolina Symposium (3) ; Dor- 
mitory Officer (4); University Party (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 

CARLTON, DEAN DUNN 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 



Clayton 



Pinetops 



CARNDUFF, VIRGINIA RHODES Washington, D. C. 

A.B. IN ART HISTORY. Delta Delta Delta. Carolina Playmakers (3, 4) ; 
Sound and Fuiy (4); University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4); Petite 
Dramati^ue (3, 4). 

CARNEY, WOODROW DENNIS Wilmington 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 

CARRINGTON, SANDRA ESTELLE Wilmington 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Delta Delta Delta. DaUij Tar Heel: University 
Party; W.A.A.; Y.W.C.A. 

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CARROLL, PHILIP GODFREY Reidsville 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Men's (ilee Chili (2, 3 1 : Student 
Party (2, 3, 4) ; Y.D.C. (2, 3. 4). 

CARTER, JOSEPH ALVIN Asheville 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kapfi'i Psi. University 
Party (3, 4); Wesley Foundation (2. 3); Y.R.C. C3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (2, 3, 
■1). 

CASHION, JERRY CLYDE Statesville 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Y.D.C. (1. 3. 4) ; Y.M.C.A. (I. 4). 

CASON, EDWARD TODD, JR. Murfreesboro 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sir/ma Pi. University 
Party. 

Hurdle Mills 
t Party (1, 2) : 

Morganton 



CATES, REGINALD HAMLIN 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Baseball (11 ; Student Party (1, 2) : 
Y.M.C.A. (2, 3). 

CAUSBY, ERNEST NELSON 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Y.D.C. (3. 4) 



CHADWICK, LEON GORDON, III Raleigh 

A.B. IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Sigma Chi. 
Scabbard and Blade (4i; WUNC-TN' (3, 4); N.R.O.T.C. (1. 2, 3, 4); 
Orientation Counselor (2, 3). 

CHANDLER, WILLIAM JAMES, JR. Oak Ridge 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Dormitory President (41; Cult (II; I.D.C. (3, 41; 
Fencing Club (3i. 

CHANEY, ANN RITA Boynton Beach, Fla. 

A.B. IN MATHE.MATICS. Y.W.C.A. (4): House Council (4) ; Orientation 
Counselor (4). 



Wilmington 



CHIEMIEGO, ALBERT ALBIEN 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Baseball (1). 

CHOTINER, DAVID EDWARD Aliquippa, Pa. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Dormitory Officer (2 1 ; Hillel Foundation 
(1, 2); I.D.C. (2); N.R.O.T.C. (1); Student Party (2, 3). 

CLARK, JAMES ALEXANDER Elizabethtown 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Dormitory Officer (2, 3); I.D.C. (3); Student 
Athletic Council (3). 



CLARK, JAMES MILFORD Morganton 

A.B. IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES. Baptist Student Union (1. 2); 
I.D.C. (31; Student Party (41. 



CLARK, JUDITH GATES 



Tuscumbia, Ala. 



A.B. IN ENGLISH EDUCATION. Alpha Delta Pi. President. C.U.S.U. 
(3. 4): Order of tile Old Well (3, 4); Orientation Committee (31; Pan- 
hellenic Council (41; Student Government Committee (1. 2, 3); Student 
Legislature (1, 2. 31; Universitj- Party (1. 2. 3. 4); Valkyries (3, 4); 
Toronto E.vchange (3) ; Jane Craige Gray Award (3). 

CLARKE, CHARLES LEE, JR. Goldsboro 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Kiippa Sigma. I.F.C.; Orientation Counselor (3); 
University Party (1, 2, 3, 4); Freshman Camp Counselor (3). 

CLARKE, RONALD WILSON Enfield 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Dormitory Officer (1. 2 
Student Legislature (3. 4; ; Student Party (3. 4) ; 
(1). 

CLAWSON, ROBERT GLEN, JR. HartsviUe, S. C. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Knppa Sigma. Orientation 
Counselor (3. 41; Student Government Committee (3. 41; University 
Party (2, 3. 4) ; Y.R.C. (41. 



CLAY, ALLEN BOWMAN 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sign 



CLODFELTER, NELDA OLIVIA 



Lenoir 



Asheville 



COAN, JOHN DAVID 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Zcta Beta To 
(2, 3); Elections Board (1). 

COBLE, CHARLES RAY 



Norfolk, Va. 

Hillel Foundation (1, 2) ; Y.M.C.A. 



Oakboro 

Dormitory Officer (4); 



COFFEY, WILLIAM HENRY, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Alpha. Student C 
ment Committee (4); University Party (1. 2. 3. 4). 



Charlotte 



COHEN, DAVID LOUIS 



Walterboro, S. C. 



B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, roit EpsUon Phi. President. 
Phi Eta Sigma. Phi Beta Kappa. Class Cabinet (3) ; Daily Tar Heel (1) ; 
Hillel Foundation (1. 2, 3, 4); I.F.C. (4); Student Party (2. 3, 4); Uni- 
versity Party (li. 

COHOON, PATRICIA ANN 



A.B. 



Raleigh 

; Student Legis- 



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COLE, HOWARD DUNWODY Greensboro 

A.B IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. HISTORY. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1); Canterbun' 
Club (4) ; G.M.A.B. (4) ; University Party (3, 4) ; Y.R.C. (3, 4) ; Y.M.C.A. 

(3, 4). 

COLEMAN, MAJORIE RAYMOND Memphis, Tenn. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Clil Omega. Orientation Counselor (4). 



COLLIER, THEODORE JOSEPH, JR. 



Bayboro 



\B. IN HISTORY. Chi Psi. Phi Eta Sigyna. Carolina Symposium (1): 
Men's Glee Club (1.2): Orientation Counselor (2. 3) ; Soccer (i) ; Student 
Government Committee (2) ; Stuilent Party (1, 8, 4) ; Wesley Foundation 
(1. 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3. 4). 



COLLINS, GINSIE CECIL 



Atlanta, Ga. 



AB. IN HISTORY. Pi Beta Phi. Class Cabinet (3. 4): C.U.S.C. (4): 
G.'.M.A.B. (4); Student Government Committee (4); University Party 
(3, 4) ; Y.W.C..\. (3, 4) ; Junior Marsbal. 



COLLINS, RODNEY DENNIS 



Hubert 



A.B. IN GEOGRAPHY. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Arnold Air Society 
(3. 4) ; Varsity Ritle Team. 

COLTRAIN, JOHN WADE Oak City 

A.B. IN ENGLISH EDUCATION. Baptist Student Union (1. 2. 3. 4) ; 
Carolina Playmakers (2); Student N.E.A. (4); WUNC (3); Y.M.C.A. 
(2, 3, 4). 



COMBS, HELEN KAY 



Charlotte 



A.B IN ENGLISH EDUCATION. Baptist Student Union (3, 4) ; Y.D.C. 

{3. 4). 

Charlotte 



COMPTON, JOHN CARROLL 



BS IN Bl'SINESS ADMINISTRATION. Canterbury Club (1. 2. 3, 4); 
G M A.B (2. 3. 4); N.R.O.T.C. (1): Student Government Committee (2. 
3, 4) ; University Party (3. 4) ; Y.R.C. (3, 4) : Y.M.C.A. (1. 2. 3, 4). 



CONE, HOWARD McAFEE, II 



New York, N. Y. 



A B. IN ENGLISH. Men's Glee Club (!>; Monogram Club (3); Student 
Government Committee (2); Swimming (4); University Chorus (1) ; 
Y.M.C.A. (3). 



CONE, VIRGINIA FAYE 

B.S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. 

CONNOR, RONALD EVERETT 

B.S. IN PSYCHOLOGY. 



Spring Hope 



Wilmington 



Charlotte 



COOK, MARSHA LYNN 

A B. IN SPANISH EDUCATION. Stray Greeks: Alpha Chi Omega. Stu- 
dent N.E.A. (4); University Party (4); Westminster Fellowship (3, 4): 
Dormitory Officer (4). 

COOK, REBECCA ANN High Point 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Dormitory Officer (4); Orientation Counselor (4): 
Student Government Committee (4); Y.W.C.A. (3). 



COOK, SALLY PALMER 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Kappa Kappa Gamii 
W.A.A. (3, 4); Y.'W.C.A. (3, 4). 

COOLER, HENRY PAUL 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Sigma Delta Chi 
ming (1); Y.M.C.A. (1). 



Deerfield, Mass. 

University Party (3, 4); 



Walterboro, S. C. 

Daily Tar Beel (4) ; Swim- 



COOPER, CHARLES EARL Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1. 2); Carolina Hamdbook (1); 
Daily Tar Heel (1, 2): N.S.A. (4); Press Club (3. 4): Publications 
Board (3. 4); Student Legislature (3, 4); Student Party (2. 3, 4); 
Westminster Fellowship (I). 

COOPER, MARSHALL YOUNG, JR. Henderson 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMIXISTR.\TION. Delta Kappa Epsilon. Soccer 
(1); University Party (1, 2, 3. 4). 

CORNELL, JAMES ERASER, JR. Charlotte 

B.S. IN GEOLOGY. Carolina Quarterly (3, 4); I.D.C. (4); Dormitory 
Officer (4). 



CORNWELL, TIMOTHY 



West Chester, Pa. 



B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Kappa Alpha. I.F.C. (1, 2, 3); 
Monogram Club (1, 2) ; Swimming (1, 2) ; University Party. 

COULTER, CLINTON HUXLEY, JR. Tallahassee, Fla. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Dance Committee (3, 4) ; Men's Glee 
Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

COURTNEY, BRENDA LEA Shelby 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Chi Omega. Carolina Symposium (4) ; University 
Party (3. 4); Y.W.C..\. (3. 4). 



COX, COLLEEN ELIZABETH 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Stray Greeks; Phi Mu. 

COZART, WILLIAM TAFT, JR. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Football (1, 2. 3. 4); 

CRAIG, REBECCA LEECH 



Orlando, Fla. 



Roxboro 

Monogram Club (4). 

Alderson, W. Va. 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Kappa Delta. Student Government Committee 
(3): University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4): Spanish Club (3, 4). 



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CRATES, ROBERT CAMERON Signal Mountain, Tenn. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Kappa Epsllon. Daily Tar Heel (3. 4) ; 
N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2. 3, 4): Orientation Counselor (2); Scabbard and Blade 
(3. 4); Soccer (1); University Party (1, 2. 3. 4). 

CRAVEN, DONALD BAXTER Roxboro 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Delta Theta. Carolina Symposium (1. 3); Class 
Cabinet (3); Orientation Counselor (2. 3); Student Government Com- 
mittee (1); University Party (1, 2. 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Campus 
Chest (2, 3) ; Morebead Scholar. 

CRAVER, JOE MALCOLM Shelby 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE AND CHEMISTRY. Pi Kappa Alpha. 
Football (1, 2, 3, 4), CoCaptain C4) ; Morebead Scholar; Order of Old 
Well; Golden Fleece; Monogram Club. 



Lexington 



CRAVER, SAMUEL MOCK 

A.B. IN HISTORY. 

CRAWLEY, DONALD WALTER Shelby 

B.S. IN HISTORY. Sigma Chi. Track (1, 2); University Party (1, 2). 

CREECH, KATHERINE SPACH Winston-Salem 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Kavpa Delta. 

CRISWELL, WILLIAM THOMAS, IV Miami, Fla. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Alpha Tau Omega. C.U.S.U. (2 3, 4) ; 
N.R.O.T.C. (1. 2, 3, 4); Order of tlie Old Well (3. 4); Orientation Coun- 
selor (.3); Publications Board (3. 4); Soccer (1); Student Government 
Committee (2, 3, 4): Student Legis'ature (2, 3): Track (1, 2); Univer- 
sity Party (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2. 3, 4) ; United Nations Internship. 



CROOM, FREDERICK HAILEY 



Maxton 



B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Pi Kappa Alpha. Phi Mi( Epsilon. Phi Beta 
Kappa. Phi Eta Sigma. University Party (I, 2. 3. 4); Alpha Chi Sigma 
Chemistry Award (2); Morebead Scholar; Freshman and Sophomore 
Honors Program. 

CROW, SUSAN RHODES Wilson 

A.B. IN HISTORY EDUCATION. Delta Delta Delta. Class Cabinet (4) ; 
Orientation Committee (4); University Party (3, 4). 

CROWELL, JAMES FRANK, JR. Nashville, Tenn. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. WUNC-TV (3 4)- Yacketu 
Yack (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (4). 



CULLEN. SARAH DEHON 



A.B. IN ENGLISH. Knppn 
Symposium (3); Orientat 
mittee (3) ; Student Legi 
(4) ; Stray Greeks (3). 



Coral Gables, Fla. 



itphn Theta. Canterbury (3, 4); Carolina 

Counselor (4); Student Government Com- 

slature (3); University Party (3); Y.W.C.A. 



CUMMINGS, THOMAS ERNEST Winston-Salem 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Delta Theta. Baseball (1); Carolina Symposium 
(3) ; Class Cabinet (2, 8) ; Orientation Counselor (2) ; University Partv 
(1, 2, 3, 4) ; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Campus Chest (2, 3). 



Greensboro 

nega. Alpha Chi 



CUNNINGHAM, ROBERT ERVIN, JR. 

B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Eta Siama, Alpha Phi 
Sigma, Delta Phi Alpha, Phi Beta Kappa. 

CUNNINGHAM, WILLIAM ENLOE Kernersville 

A.B. IN CLASSICS WITH HONORS. Cardboard (3); Carolina Sym- 
posium (2, 3. 4); Men's Glee Club (1. 2); Orientation Committee (2) • 
University Chorus (3, 4); University Party (1, 2); Freshman and Sopho- 
more Honors Program. 

CURTIS, NELSON GEORGE, JR. Sandy Hook, Conn. 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. AhJha Tau 
Omega. University Party; Y.M.C.A. 

DALTON, GARY JEFFREY Danville, Va. 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Carolina Handbook (3); Daily Tar Heel' (2 3 
4); Press Club (3, 4); Resident Advisor (4). 

D'AMORE, JOSEPH PAUL Three Rivers, Mich. 

A.B. IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Sigma Nu. 
Orientation Counselor (3); University Party; WUNC, WUNC-TV (3 4): 
Y.M.C.A. (2, 3, 4). 

DANIELSON, MADELINE FAITH Raleigh 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Modern Dance Club (3). 

DASHIELL, FREDERICK KNOWLES, JR. 

Alexandria, Va. 

B.S. IN PHYSICS. Delta Kappa Epsilon. Class Cabinet (4) ; Football (1) ; 
Orientation Committee (2, 3, 4); Student Government Committee (1, 2, 
3) ; Univer.sity Party (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Y.M.C.A. (I. 2. 3, 4) ; Physics Club (2, 
4) ; Campus Chest (I. 2). 

DAUGHTRIDGE, ALVIN WILLIFORD Rocky Mount 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Pi Kappa Phi. Baptist Student 
Union (1. 2, 3, 4); Di-Phi Society (1, 2); University Party (3, 4); 
Y.M.C.A. (1). . ) V . . 

DAUGHTRIDGE, MOLLIE MONT Rocky Mount 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Student N.E.A. (4); Y.W.C.A. (4). 



DAVENPORT, ANTHONY 



DAVENPORT, PAUL S., JR. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. 

DAVIS, HERBERT CRIPPON, JR. 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. 

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' Society (2. 3, 4) ; 

Elizabeth City 
Lexington 




SEniORS 



DAVIS, LUCINDA KNIGHT 

A.B. I\ AKT HISTORY. Pi Beta Phi. V 

DAVIS, MONTY CARROLL 



Houston, Texas 

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

Durham 



Delta 



Orientation 



DAVIS, REBECCA ANNE 



Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN ELEMEXTARY EDUCATION. Band (1, 2. 3); Carolina Play- 
maliers (1) ; F.T.A. (4) ; Sound and Fury (2) ; Student N.E.A. (4) ; Uni- 
versity Chorus (1, 3) ; Orchestra (2. 3). 



DAVIS, ROBERT MEANS, JR. Atlanta, Ga. 

B.S. IX MARKETING. Canterbury Club (1. 2, 4). 

DAWSON, JANET EILEEN Goldsboro 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. DelUi Delta Delta. Canterbury Club (4) : Carolina 
Symposium (31: Carolina Women's Council (3); Orientation Counselor 
(4) ; University Party (3. 4i : Carolina Sweethearts. 

DAY, DOUGLAS COMER Creswell 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Y.D.C.; Y.M.C.A. 



DAY, HARRY FREDERICK 



Winston-Salem 

.-l/;j/io Siiifimia. Band (31 : U.N.C. 



DEAN, NATHAN WESLEY 

B.S. IN PHYSICS. Si/ima All. Phi Eta Sign 
.\nierican Institute of Physics (3, 4). 

DEAN, ROBERT FLOYD 



DEANE, ORMONDE CATHERINE 



Johnson City, Tenn. 

. Di-Phi Societij (3. 4) ; 

Laurinburg 
Student Legis- 



Charlottesville, Va. 

G.M.A.B. 



DEARING, PERINO MARCELLIN, JR. Covington, Ga. 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. A.F.R.O.T.C. (2. 3. 4): Arnold Air Stx-ietv (3. 
41: Dormitory Officer (3); I.D.C. (2, 3. 41; Orientation Counselor (3); 
Student Legislature (3); Y.M.C.A. (2. 3). 

DEATON, WILLIAM EDWARD Mooresville 

nitory Officer (4); I.D.C. (3, 4); 



DECKER, CLIFFORD EARL, JR. Valdese 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Y.M.C.A. 

DELVES, JOAN CELESTE Amityville, N. Y. 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Delta Delta Delta. Class Cabinet (2. 3) ; Orienta- 
tion Counselor (I); University Party (2, 3, 4); Women's Residence 
Council (2); Y.W.C.A. (1. 2, 3. 4). 



DENTON, FRED WILLIAM, JR. 

B.S. IN SCIENCE EDUCATION. Baptist Stude 
(dee Club (I. 2. 3. 41. 



DEWAR, LARRY SMITH 

B.S. IN ACCOIINTING. 



Lawndale 

it Union (1, 2, 3. 4) ; Men's 



Greensboro 



DIAL, DINNA 

A.B. IN ART HISTORY. Chi Omega. Carolin 



Ivy, Va. 

Symposium (3) ; Order of 
Beanbirds (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (4); Clerk. Women's Honor 
Council (4). 

DICKINSON, KENNETH DEALTONE, JR. Raleigh 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Phi Delta Theta. Dailil Tar Heel (1, 2, 3) ; 
University Party (I. 2. 31 ; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2. 3. 4). 



Chapel Hill 

Chapel Hill 

Charlotte 

A.B. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. Alpha Gamma Delta. Dormitory 
House Council (4); Orientation Counselor (4): Panhellenic Judicial 
Court (4); Student N.E.A. (4); W.A.A. (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3). 



DICKSON, NANCY ROBERTS 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 

DiCOSTANZO, GLORIA 

A.B. IN FRENCH. Phi Beta Kappa. 

DIEHL, ANNE MARIE 



DILLASHAW, JAMES MACK Forest City 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Kappa Alpha, President (3. 4) ; Class Cabinet (4) ; 
C.U.S.C. (4); Dance Committee (2), I.F.C. (3, 4). President (4); Order 
of the Old Well (3. 4); Orientation Committee (2. 3): University Party 

(1. 2). 

DINSMOOR, JAMES DENTON, JR. St. Marys, W. Va. 

B.S. IN INDU.STRIAL RELATIONS. I.D.C. (3): Spanish Club (3): 
Y.M.C.A. (II. 

DINSMORE, JAY WINIFRID Manhasset, N. Y. 

A.B. IN ECONO.MICS. I.D.C. (3. 4) : N.R.O.T.C. (1. 2, 3. 4) ; Student Party 
(3, 4); Yackety Yack (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3. 4). 

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DIXON, CLARENCE NEIL, JR. 



Cherryville 

B.S. I\ MATHEMATICS. Alpha Phi Omega. Delta Phi Alpha. Dormitory 
'"^ - .. > 31 . I D (J (3). Lutheran Student Association (1, 2. 3, 4); 
V.M.C.A. (1). 



DIXON, VIRGINIA LEE 



Kinston 



A.B. IN ?:lf:MKNTARV education^. Delta Delta Delta. F.T.A. (3, 4) ; 
Student N.E.A. li) ; University Party (3, 4); W.A.A. (3. 4). 

DOUGHERTY, DENNIS WENDEL Montville, N. J. 

B.S. IX INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Alpha Kappa Psi. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1. 
2. 3. t): Soccer (-1); Student Party (1, 2); Traclc (2); University Party 
(3. 4); Y.M.C.A. 

DRENNEN, MARGARET PENELOPE Bethesda, Md. 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Student X.E.A. (3, 4) ; University Party (3 4) ; 
Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). ■ ■ 

DRUM, NORRIS HOLLAND Statesville 

B.S. I\ CHEMISTRY. Canterbury Club (3. 4). 

DUNN, RICHARD LEE Fountain 

B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Chi Sianw. Delta Phi Alpha. 
Order of tlie Old \Vell (41; Student Legislature (2. 3); Student Party 
(2. 3); Y.M.C.A. (1). 



DUPREE, EDWIN NORMAN 



China Grove 



A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Theta Chi, Sigma Delta Chi. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1); 
Baptist Student Union (1) ; Daily Tar Heel (1, 2. 3, 4) ; Press Club (3, 4) ; 
Tracli (1). 

DUPUY, NANCY LEE Coral Gables, Fla. 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Delta Delta Delta, President. Panhellenic Council 
(4): Student Legislature (3); Student N.E.A. (3. 41; University Party 
(3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 

DURHAM, WOODY LOMBARDI Albemarle 

A.B. IN RADIO. TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Phi ilu Alpha. 
Dormitory Officer (1) ; WUNC-TV (1. 2. 3, 4) ; Y.M.C.A. (3, 4). 



DUVAL, LYNN NIVEN 

A.B. IN MUSIC EDUCATION. Un 



versify Cliorus (2, 3, 4). 



Chapel Hill 



Greenville 



EAGLES, MARGARET JOANNE 

AH. IN ENGLISH EDUCATION. Alpha Gamma Delta. Student Govern- 
Mieiit ( nrninittee (4): Student N.E.A. (4); W.A.A. (3. 4); Yacketv Yack 
(3); Y.W.C.A. (3); Carolina Sweetheart (3, 4). 

EARLE, NANCY C. Siler City 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Dormitory Officer (3, 4): Orientation Counselor 
(4); Westminster Fellowship (3); Women's Residence Council (4); 
Y.W.C.A. (3, 4) ; Stray Greeks (3, 4). 



EARLS, EDWARD JAMES 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Sirimu Phi Epsilon. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1, 

EAR?, DANIEL HUGH, JR. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Y.R.C. (4). 

ECKARDT, JO ANN 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 

EDGAR, ROSEMARY ETHEL 



Bryson City 

2). 

Charlotte 
Aiken, S. C. 



EDMISTEN, RUFUS LIGE 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Baptist Studc 
(1) ; Dormitory Officer C 2. 3) ; I.D.C. ll. 2. .1 
(2); Student Government Committee (.i. 1); I- 
I) : Student Party (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Wrestlini; i 1 i ; 
Council (3). 

EDMOND, PAUL FREDERICK, ]R. 



EFIRD, MARY ELIZABETH 



Winston-Salem 

Student Party (3, 4) ; 



Boone 

it Union (1) ; Class Cabinet 
.1 1 : Order of the Old Well 
Student Legislature (2, 3, 
; Y.D.C. (1, 2. 3); AUiletic 



South Hill, Va. 

Baptist Stu- 



Monroe 



ELAM, JULIA ANN Mars Hill 

A.B. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. Baptist Student Union (3. 4) ; 
Carolina Women's Council (4); Dormitory Officer (4); N.E.A. (3, 4). 



ELLIS, BENJAMIN THOMAS 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 

ELLIS, JERRY LAMAR 



Shelby 



Pine Level 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Baptist Student Union (1); Cosmopoli- 
tan Club (1, 2. 3, 4) ; N.S.A. (1. 2) ; Orientation Counselor (3. 4) ; Student 
Party (1. 2. 3. 4); Y.D.C. (3); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2); International Students 
Board (i. 2, 3, 4). 



ELMORE, REBECCA HARRISON 



Suffolk, Va. 



A.B. IN HISTORY. Delta Delta Delta. Class Cabinet (4) ; Order of Bean- 
birds (3, 41 ; Orientation Counselor (4) ; University Party (3. 4) ; W.A.A. 
(3. 4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 

ENGLAND, GEORGE FREDERIC 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Newman Club (3, 4) ; Y.D. 



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ENGLE, FREDERICK LEON Fuquay Springs 

A.B. IX POLITICAL SCIENCE. Baseball (1) : Basketball (1. 2. 3) ; I.D.C. 
(li; Monogram Club (3. 4i. 

ENGLISH, JACK MOORMAN Bettendorf, Iowa 

B.S. I\ BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Delta Thetii. 

ERICSON. CHARLES STANLEY Washington, D. C. 

A.B. IN COMMUNICATIONS. Carolina Playmakers (41; Daili/ Tar Heel 
(2) Weslev Foundation (2. 3. 4) ; WUNC (2, 3. 4) ; Y.D.C. (3) ; Y.M.C.A. 
(2. 3. 4): Petite Draniatiijue (3, 4). 



Avondale Estates, Ga. 
Roduco 



ERTEL, PAUL ALAN 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

EURE, CHARLES ALLAN 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Epsilon Delta. Baptist Student Union (1. 

2. 3. 4); Orientation Counselor (2); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2. 3. 41. 

EURY, DOUGLAS EDWARD Albemarle 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1. 2. 3. 41; Arnold Air Society (2. 

3. 4): Scabbard and Blade (3. 4> : Westminster Fellowship (1. 2. 3, 4): 
Y.R.C. (2. 3. 4); Y.M.C.-\. (1); Century Squadron (1, 2); Resident Ad- 
visor (41. 



EVANS, DAVID ARNOLD Rich Square 

an Chemistry Society (3. 41: U.N.C. Ama- 



Dormitory ,\d 

EVANS, GEORGE ALBERT 

B.S. IX BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Baton Rouge, La. 

Alpha Tail Omeaa. N.R.O.T.C. 
Counselor (3, 4); University Party (1. 2. 3. I): 



EVERSON, JOHN HENRY Washington 

A.B. IX POLITICAL SCIENCE. Men's Glee Club (2. 3); Student Party 
rti: University Chorus (li; Y.D.C. (1, 2. 3. 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Muck Democratic Convention (1) ; Mock U.N. Convention (41. 

FAGGE, WADE DOUGLAS, JR. StoneviUe 

B.S. IN MARKETING. Alplin Kappa p'si. 

FAMBROUGH, DOUGLAS McINTOSH, JR. 

Chapel Hill 

A.B. IX BOTANY. Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Beta Kappa. Carolina Sym- 
posium (2); Monogram Club: Order of the Old Well; Orientation Coun- 
selor; Student Government. Committee of Academic Affairs; Student 
Lesislature (1, 2, 3) ; Swimming (I, 2, 3) ; University Party; G.M. Board 
of Directors. 

FARNHAM, SUTTON BURNS Bristol, Va. 

B.S. IX CHEMISTRY. Sii/ma Phi Emiluii. Canterbury Club (1) ; Orienta- 
• tion Counselor (41: Student Legislature (2. 4): Student Party (1, 2); 
University Party (3, 41. 



FARQUHAR, MARY ALLAN Jacksonville, Fla. 

B.A. IX ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. Chi Omega. Orientation Counselor 
(41: Student N.E.A. (3. 4); University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). 

Greensboro 



FARR. KATE ROBINSON 



B.S. IN BIOLiKn" EDUCATION. Delta Delta Delta. Orientation Com- 
mittee Cii: Student N.E.A. (3. 4); University Party (3. 4); W.A.A. (3. 
41: Westminster Fellowship (3, 4): Attorney Cieneral for Women (4): 
Y.W.C.A. I 3. 41. 



FARRIOR, EDWARD MILTON, JR. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Kappa Sigma. Baseball (1, 4) : 

FARRIS, SHIRELL ALLEN 



Burgaw 

University Party. 



Belmont 



FAUNCE, JOHN HENRY, III Villanova, Pa. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1, 2. 3. 41 : Arnold 
.\ir Society (2, 3. 41 : Dormitory Resident .\dvisor. 

FERGUSON, CHARLES MARVIN Leaksville 

A.B. IX POLITICAL SCIENCE, MATHEMATICS. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1. 2. 3. 
4) ; Arnold Air Society (2. 3. 4); Daili/ Tar Heel (2); Dormitory Offl-er 
(3): Soccer (1, 3. 4); Student Party (I. 2): Track (I): Westminster 
Fellowship (4); A.F.R.O.T.C. Rifle Team (11 ; Morehead Scholar. 



FICHTHORN, LUKE EBERLY, III Darien, Conn. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Chi Psi, President. I.F.C. (3. 41 ; 
University Party (2, 3, 4) ; Y.M.C.A. (3, 4) ; Y.R.C. (3, 4). 

FILSOOF, ADEL ALAN Teheran, Iran 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Phi Delta Chi. Cosmopolitan Club; Hillel Founda- 
tion; Y.M.C.A. 

FINE, LARRY GERALD Atlanta, Ga. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Zeta Beta Tan, President. Caro- 
lina Symposium (1. 2. 3); Hillel Foundation (1, 2. 3. 4); I.F.C. (3, 4): 
Orientation Committee (3, 4): Student Government Committee (3, 4); 
University Party U. 2. 3. 41 ; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2. 3. 4). 



Greenville, S. C. 



Greensboro 

Alpha. Band (1. 2. 3) : 



FINGER, RICHARD BRYAN, JR. 

A.B. IX POLITICAL SCIEXCE. Dance Committc 

FINISON, JAMES HOLT, JR. 

B.S. IX BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi M) 
Y.D.C. (11; Entertainment Committee (31. 

FISHER, HENRY McKINNON Concord 

.\.B. IN ENfiLlSH. Canterbury Club (41 : Dormitory Officer (2, 3) ; I.D.C. 
( II ; (irientation Counselor (2. 41 ; Student Government, Elections Board 
Committee (4); Student Party (4): Wrestling (1); Y.D.C. (2, 4): 
Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Freshman Camp Committee (4). 



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FISHER, JERRY 



FISHMAN, LEE IRWIN 



Fayetteville 

I): Arnold Air Society (2. 3, 

South Orange, N. J. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Tav Epxilon Phi. Daily Tar Heel 
(1); Hillel Foundation (1, 2. 3. 4); Student Party (1, 2). 

FITCH. BETSY ANNE Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN EDITATION. AJpfia Delta Pi. Order of the Beanhirds (3. 4): 
Orientation Committee (3. 4); University Party (3. 4): Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). 



FITZPATRICK. JAMES F., Ill 



Atmore, Ala. 

Orientation Com- 



FLOURNOY, ANN DOYLE 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Dormitory Offlcer (2 



Arlington, Va. 

3); Y.W.C.A. 

FLOURNOY, JOHN F. Columbus, Ga. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Kappa Alpha. Football: 
Monogram Club. 



FLYNT, WILLIAM THOMAS 



FOGLEMAN, PHYLLIS ANNE 



FOSCUE, HENRY ARMFIELD, JR. 



Winston-Salem 

student Party (2. 3. 4) ; 

Chapel Hill 



High Point 



FOSTER, JUDITH ANN 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Alpha Chi Omega. 

FOWLER, RICHARD LEON 



FOWLER, SYLVIA LOU 

B.S. IN PHYSICS. 



Arlington, Va. 

Angel Flight (3. 4). 

Mount Holly 

Lambda Sigvia. Yackefi/ Yack (4) ; 

Morganton 



FOX, WATSON STOESSEL, JR. 



FRALEY, JONATHAN DAVID, JR. 



FRANK, JAMES THOMAS 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Wrestli] 



Greensboro 



Lenoir 



Badin 

(1, 2) : Lacrosse 



FRASER, GEORGIA 



Monterrey, Mexico 



B.A. IN SPANISH EDUCATION. Kappa Delta. Orientation Counselor 
(4): Student Party (3. 4); Vall<yries (3, 4); Westminster Fellowship 
(3. 4): Y.W.C.A. (3, 4): Spanish Club. 

Oxford 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Pi Beta Phi. Order of Beanbirds (3. 4) ; 
Orientation Counselor (4): University Party (3. 4); Y.D.C. (3. 4); 
Y.W.C.A. (4): Carolina Sweetheart (3i. 



FRAZIER, CALLIE JOAN 



FREEDLAND, MARTIN BERKE 



Charlotte 



A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Tau Ejisilnn Phi. Cardboard (3); Class 
Cabinet (2. 3) : Dance Committee (1. 2. 3). Chairman (4) : Hillel Founda- 
tion (1. 2); Men's Honor Council (4): University Party (1, 2. 3, 4); 
Yacketu Yaek (4) ; Wrestling (4). 



FREEDLE, PAUL DOUGLAS Thomasville 

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

FREELAND, JAMIE MONK Hurdle Mills 

A.B. IN HISTORY. 

FREEMAN, JAMES ALEXANDER AsheviUe 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. 



FREUND, WILLIAM HAROLD 



FROMENT, JEANNE A. 

A.B. IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES. Y.W.C.A. 

FRYE, MIRIAM KATHRYN 



Washington, D. C. 



Convent, N. J. 



Atlanta, Ga. 



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FULGHUM, ERNEST GERALD 

, 2, 3. 4) 

FULLER, DAVID ALLAN 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

FURR, TROY JEROME, JR. 



Fayetteville 

old Air Society (3, 41 ; 

Raleigh 
Greensboro 



A.B. IN ENGLISH. Kappa Sigma. Order of Minataurs (2. 3. 4) ; Un 
sity Party (1, 2, 3, 4); T.M.C.A. (1, 2. 3, 4); Freshman Forum (1). 



GABRIEL, RONALD LEE 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha PI 

(1, 2. 3, 4); Cos ,..Iilaii rliih il. 2. 3. I i ; D. 

G.M.A.B. (I, 2. :i, p; llillrl l-'.iiiii.lMlii.ii '1, 2. :i. 
Well (3, 4); Sfllilfril (..n.-inrn.-iil I'.iiiiiiiitti-c '2, :\ • 
(3); Student Pait\ (2. :i, p: \VIN{ (1.2, .i. n; V, 

GALLAGHER, DENNIS FRANCIS 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. MATHEMATICS. 
(3, 4) ; Newman Club (3, 4). 

GALLAGHER, FREDERIC MERCER 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Chi Phi. Football (1) 
selor (3. 4) ; Track (1, 2) : Univensity Party II. 2, 3, 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 



'f/a. Cardboard 
iV Officer (4); 
lier of the Old 
lilt Legislature 
Yack (2, 3. 4). 



GANS, EDGAR HILARY 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Newman Club (1, 2, 3, 4). 

GARNER, HOWARD GLENN 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Beta Kappa. Order of the Old Well (3. 4) ; Stu- 
dent Party (3, 41 ; We.sley Foundation (1, 2. 3, 4). 



Winston-Salem 

Arnold Air Society 
Charlotte 

; Orientation Coun- 

). 

Baltimore, Md. 
Greenville 



GARNER, JOE CRANTON 



Stanley 



B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Dormitory OfBcer (3); Men's Glee 
Club (1) ; University Party (4). 



GARNETT, BROOKS G. Sanford 

A.B. IN ENGLISH EDUCATION. F.T.A. (4) : Orientation Counselor (4) ; 
Student Government Committee (3. 41; Student Lesislature (3, 4); 
Student Party (3, 4); Wesley Foundation (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (4); Class 
Cabinet (4). 



GARRIS, ERMON EUGENE 



Clinton 



A.B. IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES. Men's Glee Club (2. 3. 4) ; Student 
Party (2) ; University Chorus (1, 2) ; Yackety Yack (2) ; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2. 
3, 4). 



GAWEN, PERRY FOWLER, JR. 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Delta Siilii 
Party (3, 4) ; Y.D.C. (3, 4). 



Arlington, Va. 

I.D.C. (31 : student 



Hickory 

tory Officer (2. 3, 4) ; 



Atlanta, Ga. 



GEITNER, CLEMENT 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Carolina Qvarterlv: Dot _ _ 
University Party (1, 2, 3. 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3. 41 

GELBER, HAROLD ELLIOT 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Zefa Beta Tail. Hillel Foundation (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). 

GENTRY, O. LOUIS Greensboro 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

GEORGE, MICHAEL JAMES Greensboro 

B.S. IN PHYSICS. Alpha Phi Omega, Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Phi .ilpha. 
American Institute of Physics (3, 4). 

GEORGE, PAUL CHREST Waynesville 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1, 2) ; University Party 
(1, 2.31. 

GEROCK, HENRY WALTER, JR. 

B.S. IN MEDICINE. 

GIBSON, HERBERT, III 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 

GILBERT, JERRY DALTON 



Maysville 



Waynesville 

Mount Airy 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Baptist Student Union (1. 2. 3. 4) ; N.R.O.T.C. 
(1, 2, 3, 4). 

GILBERT, MICHAEL HILDRETH Charlotte 



GILES, ROY ANDRE, JR. Glen Alpine 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1); Y.D.C. (3, 4). 

GILLILAND, WILLIAM RALPH Pinehurst 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Orientation Counselor (4). 

GILLIS, DAN EDWARD Raleigh 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Baptist Student Union (I. 21; 
Y.M.C.A. (1, 3); Y.D.C. (3). 



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GILROY, MARY ELIZABETH Brookville, N. Y. 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Kajipa Delta. Stuilent Party Ci. li; Y.W.C.A. 

C). 4). 

GLANCKOPF, ANNETTE LOUISE Greensboro 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Hillel Foundation (3, 4) ; Orientation Coun- 
selor (4) ; Splasli Club (.3) ; Student Party (3, 4) ; Tennis (3. 4) ; Yacketii 
Yack (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 41: Order of Golden Bear (3. 4). 

GLENN, MARTHA COLE Richmond, Va. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. ATo/jpa Delta. Carolina Forum (4) ; Caro- 
lina Symposium (3): Orientation Counselor (4); Tennis (3. 4): Univer- 
sity Pinty (3); W.A.A. (3. 4); Westminster Fellowship (3); Y.W.C.A. 

(3. 41. 

GODDARD, MARY MARGARET Djytona Beach, Fla. 

B.S. IN INDI'STRIAL RELATIONS. PSYCHOLOGY. Canterbury Club 
(I. 2. 3, 41 : G.M..\.B. (2. 3. 4i : Orientation Counselor (21 ; Student Gov- 
ernment Committee (2, 3. 41 ; Y.W.C.A. (1, 2). 

GODFREY, MICHAEL ARTHUR Paeonian Springs, Va. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Alpha Tau Omega. A.F.R.O.T.C. II. 2, 3, 41: 
Arnold .\ir Soi-iety (2): University Party. 

GOFORTH, JAMES PAUL Statesville 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. University Party (1, 2, 3. 4) : Wesley 
Foundation (1. 2) ; Y.D.C. (1. 2. 3, 4) ; Y.M.C.A. (1. 2. 3i. 

GOINS, FRANCES Martinsville, Va. 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Carolina Women's Council (3, 4) : Daiiy Tar 
Heel (3); Dormitory Officer (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (4); Splash 
Club (3) : W..\.A. (3). 

GOLDBERG, PETER IRWIN Charlotte 

A.B. IN POLiriCAL SCIENCE. Pi Lambda Phi. Hillel Foundation (1, 2. 
3. 41 : .Men's Glee Club (3i ; Student Government Committee (4) : Univer- 
sity Party (2. 3, 41 : Yaeketii Yark (41 ; Y.M.C.A. (3. 4). 

GOLDBLATT, MYRON EVERETT, JR. 

New York, N. Y. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Pi Lambda Phi. Hillel Foundation (1. 2. 
3. 4) ; I.F.C. (3) ; University Party (2. 3. 4) : Yackety Yack (2). 

GOLDKLANG, HOWARD ARTHUR Charlotte 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Pi Lambda Phi. Hillel Foundation (1. 
3): University Party (1, 3, 41. 

GOOCH, WILLIAM HARRIS 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Student N.E.A. (3. 4); Y.M.C.A. (4). 

GOODWIN, ELEANOR PAULINE FayetteviUe 

A.B. IN ENGLISH EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi. Student Government Com- 
mittee (4): Student N.E.A. (3, 4i: University- Party (3. 4): Y.D.C. (3. 4): 
Y.W.C.A. (3. 4 1. 



GOODYKOONTZ, NANCY WILLIAMS Louisville, Ky. 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Chi Umega. Orientation Counselor (4): University 
Party (3. 4); Westminster Fellowship (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). 

GORDON, HOWARD F. Merion, Pa. 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Pi Lambda Phi. Hillel Foundation 
(II; Soccer (1. 2, 3. 4). 

GORDON, PHILLIP RALPH Norfolk, Va. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Zeta Beta Tau. University Party (2. 3i. 

GOSS, BENNIE L. Raleigh 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Psi. Student Party 
(2, 3, 4): Y.D.C. (2. 3); Y.M.C.A. (31. 



Durham 



GOULD, JOHN WILLIAM 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Cardboard (3 
I.D.C. (1, 2. 3. 41; N.R.O.T.C. II. 2. 3. 
Student Party (1. 2. 3, 4) ; Y.R.C. (2. 3. 



Newburgh, N. Y. 

4); Dormitory Officer (1, 2. 3); 
4): Newman Club (1, 2, 3. 4): 



GRAHAM, EDWARD NORMAN 



Elkin 



A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Phi Eta Sigma. Cosmopolitan Club (1. 2. 
3); N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2. 3. 41: Order of the Grail (3, 4); Orientation Coun- 
selor (4); Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); Student Government Committee 
(3, 4): Student Party (3): Track (1); Y.D.C. (3); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2. 3. 4i. 

GRANT, THOMAS WATERS Cedarhurst, N. Y. 

A.B. IN .\RT. Delta Kappa Epsilon. Order of Minataurs (2. 3. 41 ; Soccer 
(1. 21 ; University Party; Y.M.C.A. 

GRASTY, THOMAS PETTUS Charlotte 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. .s',r/„m Alpha Epsilon. Gorgon's Head (2. 3. 4); 
G.M.A.B.; Order of Minataurs (2, 3, 4); University Party (1. 2. 3, 4). 

GRAY, RUBY JEANETTE Morganton 

.\.B. IN FRENCH. Dormitory Officer (4); Orientation Counselor (4); 
Westminster Fellowship (3, 4) ; Secretariat (3). 



GREEN, FORREST BENEDICT 

A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. Phi Eta Siama. 
N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2. 3. 4); Track (1); WUNC 



Rehoboth, Mass. 



GREENBERG, MARK LEE Hillside, N. J. 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Band C): Daih/ Tar Heel (1. 2. 3); Hillel Founda- 
tion (1. 2, 3. 4); University Party 11. 2); Yarketij Yack (41. 

GREENE, BRUCE BRIANT Wynnewood, Pa. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Kappa Sigma. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1. 2. 3. 4); 
Arnold Air Science (2, 3. 4) ; Carolina Symposium (2, 3) ; Class Cabinet 
(4) ; Football (1. 2. 3. 4) ; Order of the Old Well (3, 4) ; Scabbard and 
Blade (3. 4); Student Party (2, 3); Y.M.C.A. (2, 3, 4); Class President 
(2) ; Lacrosse (2, 3, 4). 

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GREENE, BRUCE ELON MarshaU 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

GREENE, DUFF SURGENT 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Kappa Sknna. President. A.F.R.O.T.C. 
(1. 2. 3. 1) ; Arnold Air Society (2, 3, 4) ; Football (1. 2, 8, 4) ; Monogram 
Club (2, 3. 4) ; Order of the Old Well (3. 4) ; Scabbard and Blade (3. 4) ; 
Lacrosse (1. 2, 3, 4). 

GREENE, JERRY WAYNE Winston-Salem 

A.B. IN GER.MANICS. Pi Kappa Phi. Alpha Epsilon Delta, Delta Phi 
Alpha. Baptist Student Union (1): Di-Phi Society (1, 2); I.F.C. (3); 
Student Party (1) ; University Party (3, 4) ; Men's Glee Club (4). 



GREESON, ROBERT DOYLE, JR. Greensboro 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Mu Alpha, President. Band (1, 2, 8). President 
(4); Student Government Committee (3. 4); Y.R.C. (2, 3, 4); Student 
Athletic Council (3. 4) ; Semper Fidelis Society (3, 4). 

GRICE, ORMOND DREW Warsaw 



GRIFFIN, BEVERLY ANN Hickory 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Stray Greeks. Alpha Chi Omega. Orientation Coun- 
selor (4); Panliellenic Council (3, 4); University Party (4); Wesley 
Foundation (3. 4); Women's Honor Council (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (4); 
Dormitory Officer (3). 



GRIFFIN, MICHAEL KENT Jamesville 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Dormitory Officer (4); Student N.E.A. (3, 4). 

GRIFFIN, RODERIC BOYD, JR. Roxboro 



GRIMES, FLETA SUE 



Ramseur 



A.B. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. Student N.E.A. (4) ; Student 
Party (3, 4) ; Westminster Fellowship CI, 2) ; Yackety Yack (3, 4) ; 
Y.W.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). 



GRISWOLD, JOHN CLINTON 

B.S. IN MARKETING. Delta Sigma Pi. V 

GROVE, SUSAN JOHANNA 



Chapel Hill 

ersity Party (3, 4). 

Cadiz, Ohio 

Delta Pi. Student N.E.A. (4); 



GRUBBS, CROMER RAYMOND, JR. Winston-Salem 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Chi Psi. N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; 
University Party (1, 2, 3. 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2. 3, 4). 



GULLER, JEFFREY M. 



Charlotte 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Tau Epsilon Phi. Class Cabinet (3, 4) ; Hillel Founda- 
tion (1, 2. 3, 4); Orientation Conunittee (4); Soccer (1); Student Party 
(3, 4); University Paity (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. (1). 

GUNTER, RICHARD NYLES 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. 

HALE, DEAN MARVIN 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. 

HALE, ROBERT VERNON 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Sigiim Phi Epsilon. G.M.A.B. (1, 2, 3) ; Student Gov- 
ernment Committee (3, 4); University Party (4); Westminster Fellow- 
ship (1); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). 

HALL, CHARLES LINWOOD Selma 



HAMBRIGHT, ELEANOR ANN Gastonia 

A.B. IN ENGLISH EDUCATION. Baptist Student Union (3, 4) : Dormi- 
tory Officer (3); Orientation Counselor (4); Student N.E.A. (4). 



Chapel Hill 
Chapel Hill 



Fayetteville 



HAMMETT, JOHN ALLEN 



HAMRICK, JERRY GLENN 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. 

HANCHEY, DANIEL HOWARD 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Chi Chi. Canterbury Club (I 
Counselor (4); Student Party (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (4). 



Concord 
Mono- 
Elizabeth City 
Richmond, Va. 

Orientation 



Greeneville, Tenn. 



HANEY, JULIA RAY 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Alpha Gamma Delta. F.T.A. (3, 4) ; Student Govern- 
ment Attorney General's Staff (4) ; University Party (3, 4) ; Westminster 
Fellowship (4); Y.W.C..4. (3, 4). 



HARDESTY, ELIZABETH ANN 

A.B. IN ECONO.MICS. Dormitory Officer. 

HARGETTE, ARCHIE JAMES, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

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Monroe 





CLRSS OF 1963 

HARKEMA, REINARD, JR. Raleigh 

B.S. IN PHYSICS. Monogram Club (3, 4) ; Track (1, 2. 3, 4) ; Westminster 
Fellowsliip (3, 4). 



HARRINGTON, ABNER BROWN, III 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. V.D.C. (2. 8). 

HARRINGTON, ANTHONY STEPHEN 



Sanford 



Charlotte 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Sigma Nu, President. Carolina Symposium (1); 
G.M.A.B. (1); Order of the Grail (3. 4); Order of the Old Well (3, 4): 
Orientation Committee (4); Orientation Counselor (2); Student Govern- 
ment Committee Chairman (4); Student Legislature, Sergeant-at-Arms 
(2>; University Party (2, 3. 4); Y.D.C. (1); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2); Assistant 
Attorney General (2) ; Morehead Scholar. 



HARRIS, FLOYD STEVENSON StatesviUe 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 

HARRIS, HARVEY LAKE, JR. Bethel, Ohio 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Sirjma Delta Chi. Carolina Handbook (3) ; Daily 
Tar Heel (1, 2, 3, 4); Press Club (2, 3, 4): Publications Board (2, 3); 
Student Government Committee i3) ; Student Legislature (2. 3) : Student 
Party (2, 3) ; Westminster Fellowship (1); Y.D.C. (2). 



HARRIS, THOMAS DEWEY 



Thomasville 



A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Lambda Chi Alpha. Cardboard (1, 
Daihj Tar Heel (1) ; University Party (1, 2) ; Wesley Foundation (1. 
Y.D.C. (1); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2. 3). 



HARRISON, TOMMY WAYNE Lowell 

A.B. IN GER.MAN. Delta Phi Alpha. 

HART, MARTHA ELIZABETH Grifton 



HART, ROBERT RAWLS 



HART, SYLVIA LEE 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 

HARWARD, WILLIAM MYRICK 



Fayetteville 

Track (1, 2, 3, 4); 



Durham 



Albemarle 



HARWELL, BOBBY DALE Newton 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi. Orientation 
Counselor (3) ; Student Government (3, 4) ; University Party (2, 3, 4) ; 
Resident Advisor. 



HASSELL, E. GORDON Providence, R. I. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Cosmopolitan Club (2, 3, 4) ; N.R.O.T.C. (1. 2). 

HASTINGS, MARION CROSMAN New Britain, Conn. 

A.B IN HISTORY. Pi Beta Phi, Gamma Beta Epsilon. G.M.A.B. (4); 
Orientation Counselor (4) ; Student Government Committee (3) ; Univer- 
sity Party (3, 4). 



HA WES, PETER WORTHAM 



Bronxville, N. Y. 



A.B. IN HISTORY. Delta Vpsilon. Canterbury Club (1. 2, 3, 4) ; Carolina 
Handbook (2, 3); G..M.A.B. (2, 4); .Men's Glee Club (3): Or.entation 
Counselor (4); Student Party (3. 4) ; Y.R.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 



HAWLEY, PATRICIA ELLEN 



HAYES, NELSON EDWARD 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. 

HAYWOOD, JERRY MARVIN 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Baptist Student Union (3. 4). 



Durham 

Flight (2); 

Gastonia 
Mt. Gilead 



HEARD, DRAYTON, III Sewickley, Pa. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. St. Anthony Hall. I.F.C. (3) : Soccer (1. 2, 3, 4). 



HEATH, DONNIE LEE 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

HEEDEN, LOUIS FRANCIS 

A.B. IN HISTORY. 



Fayetteville 
Wilson 



HEENAN, DONALD FRED Washington, D. C. 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Phi Eta Sigma, Chi Phi, President. N.R.O.T.C. 
(1, 2, 3, 4) : Orientation Counselor (2) ; Scabbard and Blade (3, 4) ; Uni- 
versity Party (2, 3, 4). 

HEENEY, KEVIN TILBURY Atlanta, Ga. 



HEILIG, DAVID SHERRILL 



Salisbury 



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SEDIORS 



HELMS, JERRY NORRIS 



Charlotte 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. SOCIOLOGY. Kapim Sigma. Basket- 
hall (1); I.F.C. (41: Student Party (4): Y.M.C.A. (1). 

HEMPHILL, JIMMY DAVYS Glen Alpine 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. A.F.R.O.T.C. : Y.D.C. (4). 

HEMSATH, HENRY EVANS Westfield, N. J. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Cardboard (2. 3. 4); Dormitory Officer 
13); Student Party (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.R.C. (1. 2, 3. 4); Attorney General's 
Staff (2). 



HENDRICK, FLORENCE ANN 



Orlando, Fla. 



A.B. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. Pi Beta Plii. Orientation Coun- 
selor (4); Student N.E.A. (3. 41; University Party (3. 41; Y.W.C.A. (3. 



HENDRIX, DAVID GENE 



Lumberton 



A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Aliilin Chi Simna. N.S.A. (41 : N.R.O.T.C. (1. 2. 3, 
41; Wesley Foundation (1. 2i; Y..\i.C.A (1). 

Asheville 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Kappti Kappa Gamma. Canterbury Club (3. 4); 
Orientation Counselor (l); University Party (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3. 41. 



HENRY, ANNA CATHARINE 



HENRY, JAMES VANCE 



Asheville 



B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Chi Sigma. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1. 2) ; Canterbury 
Club (I. 2): Y.R.C. (1. 2, 3); Caving-CIimbing Club (3). 

HENSLEY, EDWARD GARLAND, JR. Asheville 

H.A. IN SPANISH. Y.R.C. (41: Spanish Club (2). 

HERNDON, PAUL HOLDER, III Alexandria, Va. 

AH. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 



HERRING, SHARON RAE 



HICKS, JOY 



HIGGINS, HELEN SUZANNE 



Lumberton 



Wilson 

F.T.A. (3. 4) ; University 



Charlotte 



HILL, STEPHEN JACKSON Kannapolis 

A.B. IN MISir. Chi Ps-;. Phi Mu Alpha. Band (1.2); Carolina Symposium 
(1) ; G.M. A.B, II. 41 : Orientation Counselor (2, 3) : Sound and Fur\- (2) ; 
Universit\ I'.iitv (.'. 3. 4); Y.D.C. (1, 2): Y.M.C.A. (1, 2. 3. 4> : Univer- 
sity Syniiilinnv II. 2. 3. 41 ; Bell Ringer, Moreliead-Patterson Bell Tower 
141: Murcliead Scholar. 



HILLMAN, JAMES ELGAN, JR. 



HINDLE, DAVID DESHLER 



Raleigh 



Merrimac, Mass. 



HINES, EDDIE SHAW Clinton 

.\.l). IN FAGLISH. Canterbury Club (3. 4): Car 
Cnsincipolitan Club (2); University Party (1. 2. 
Y.M.C.A. (I, 2. 3). 

HINSON, CARTHON DEWEY Whiteville 

A.B. IN HISTORY. 

HOBBS, CECIL WRIGHT, JR. Roseboro 

B.S. IN SCIENCE EDUCATION. Dormitory Officer, 
dent N.E.A. (3. 4) : University Party (3, 4) ; Wesley 
(3, 4): Radio Club. 



HOBSON, CHARLES DAVID 

A.li. IN EDUCATION. 

HOLDERNESS, BONNY McQUEEN 

.\.H, IN SOCIOLOGY. Student Wives (4). 

HOLDERNESS, WILLIAM HENRY, JR. 



HOLLAR, BOYCE ROOP, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Lutli. 

(1. 21. 

HOLLER, DAN FORNEY, JR. 



HOLLIFIELD, JOHN WARD 

A.B. IN CHE.MISTRY. Y.M.C.A. (4). 

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Charlotte 

Florence, S. C. 

Chapel Hill 

: .Arnold Air Society 

Conover 

Stutlent Association 

Raleigh 
! (3, 4). Orientation 

Lenoir 




CLRSS OF 1963 

HOLLINGSWORTH, JULIA NEAL Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. I\ ZOOLOGY. Phi Mii. Panhellenic Council (3) : Women's Residence 
Council (3): V.W.C.A. (H; Panhellenic Judicial Court (4). 

HOLMES, HELEN Yazoo Cit>-, Miss. 

.A.B. IX HISTORY. Delta Delta Delta. Newman Club: Orientation Coun- 
selor (4): Student Government Committee (3. 4); Women's Honor 
Council (3, 4). 

HOLMES, JOHN ALDEN Newark, N. J. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Thetu Chi. I.F.C. (2) ; Student Party (I, 2) ; Y.M.C.A. 

HOLSENBECK, WILEY HOWARD, JR. 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

B.S. I\ INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1. 2): Class Cabinet 
(2. 3, 4); Dormitory Officer, President (3); I.D.C. (2. 3): Student Gov- 
ernment Committee (3, 4) ; Student Party u. 2, 3, 4) ; We,sley Foundation 
(1); Y.R.C. (4). 

HOLT, PHILLIP CHRISTIAN, JR. Chevy Chase, Md. 

, N.R.O.T.C. (2. 3, 4) ; University Party (2, 3. 

HOLT, ROBERT EDWARD LEE, III Greensboro 

A.B. IX ECONOMICS. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Gorgon's Head (3, 4); 
of Minataurs (2. 3, 4); University Party (1. 2. 3, 



. IX ENGLISH. Chi Phi 
; Resident Advisor (4). 



G.M.A.B. (1): Order 
41 : Y.M.C.A. (1. 2 



HOMESLEY. HOWARD DAVID 



Cherryville 



A.B. IN KNCI.ISH. Kapjia Alpha. Alpha Epstton Delia. Dance Com- 
mittee (2. .'i. n: ci.M.A.B. (3); Orientation Committee (4); Orientation 
Counselor (2. 31; Student Government Committee (2); University Party 
(1); Wesley Foundation (L 3); Y.M.C..\. (1). 

HOOD, ALICE ALLEN Memphis, Tenn. 

A.B. IN HISTORY OF ART. Chi Omega. University Party (3. 4i. 

HOOD, THOMAS RUFFIN Dunn 

A.B. IX PSYCHOLOGY. Kappa Sigma. Track (1); University Party 

HORSKY, THOMAS JOHN Burgaw 

A.B. IN HISTORY. 

HORTON, RONALD J. Bailey 

A.B. IX EXGLISH EDUCATIOX. Baptist Student Union (1): Carolina 
Symposium (3) ; F.T.A. (3. 4) ; Student N.E.A. (3. 4) : Y.M.C.A. (2. 3. 4). 

HOUCK, MICKEY EUGENE 



Salisbury 



B.S. IX .ACCOUNTING. Dormitory Officer (2. 3. 4); Student Party (1. 
3, 4) ; Westminster Fellowship (2, 3, 4) ; Y.M.C.A. (2. 3. 4i. 

HOUSE, MARVIN BAILEY Lincolnton 

BACHELOR OF ARTS AXD LAW. Westminster Fellowship (i, 2. 3. 4). 

HOUSTON, JOHN GLENN, JR. China Grove 

B.S. IX .MARKETIXG. 

HOUSTON, PAUL GREEN 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Westminster Fellowship (1. ; 



Chapel Hill 



HOWARD, GORDON EDWARD Valley Stream, N. Y. 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Track (1, 2, 3) ; Wesley Foundation (1. 2. 3). 

HOWARD, MARLENE JOYCE Kannapolis 

litory Officer 



HOWELL, CHARLES C, III 



Jacksonx'ille, Fla. 



A.B. IX ENGLISH. Kappa Alpha. N.R.O.T.C. (I. 2. 3. 4): Newman Club 
(1, 2. 3, 4): Orientation Counselor (2); University Party (1, 2. 3. 4): 
Y.M.C.A. (1); German Club (4). 



HOWELL, RON W. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Y.D.C. 

HOYLE, KATHRYN DIXON 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Student Government Cc 

HOYLE, WILLIAM ROBERSON 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Class Cabinet (4): Dormitory Officer (4) ; Orientation 
Counselor (3. 4): Student Government Committee (2. 3. 4); University 
Party (1, 2, 3. 4); Y.D.C. (1. 2, 3. 4); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2. 3. 4); Campus 
Chest (2, 3, 4). 



Newdale 
Hendersonville 

nmittee (3). 

Greensboro 



HUFFMAN, JAMES RALPH 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL MAXAGEME> 
Club (2, 3. 4); Swimming (1, 2, 3, 4). 

HUGGINS, BRUCE WAYNE 

A.B. IX ECOXOMICS. Carolina Handbook (2). 

HUGHES, RICHARD EDWARD 
;tratiox. ■i 

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Moylaw, Pa. 

Monogram 

Lumberton 
Parkton 

Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 




SEDIORS 



HUMAN, E. W, JR. 



Stanley 



HUNDLEY, JAMES DAVENPORT Wallace 

A.B. IX ENGLISH. Phi Delta Theta. University Party (1. 2. 3, 4). 

HUNSINGER, CAROL HAMRICK Boiling Springs 

A.Ii. IN KDUCATION. Student N.E.A. (3, 4). 



HUNT, JANET MADELEINE Rocky Mount 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Westminster Fellowship (3). 

HUNTER, RICHARD MITCHELL Murfreesboro 

U.S. IN PIBLIC HEALTH. 

HURD, CHARLES ALSTON Hinsdale, 111. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Kufipa Sigma. Monogram Club (3. 4) : Student Party 
I li; Swirnmins (1. 2). 

HURLEY. DANIEL WADE, JR. Biscoe 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

HUTCHINSON, RICHARD ABBOTT 

Marblehead, Mass. 

A.B. IN IIISTOKY. Delta Kappa Epsilon. Soccer (1); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 

3. 4). 

HYLTON, ELMER ERNEST Mayodan 

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

IBRAHIM, MRS. BETTY BULLARD Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. WUNC-TV (1, 2. 3); Y.D.C. (1, 21. 

ICARD, PARKS EDWIN Hudson 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Baptist Student Union (1 
Stuilent Lesislature (3. 4); Student Party (3, 4); Y.D.C. (4). 



2); 



INGLE, ROBERT LEE Greensboro 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. 



INGRAM, BYRON ROSS, JR. Wilson 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. 

IRVINE, JAMES NELSON Lookout Mountain, Tenn. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Phi Delta Theta. Carolina Symposium (I. 3); Class 
Cabinet (4); G.M.A.B. (3. 4); I.K.C. (4): Monogram Club (3, 4): Order 
of the Grail (4) : Order of the Old Well (4) ; Orientation Committee (2) ; 
Soccer (I, 2. 3. 4) ; Student Government Committee (2) ; University Party 
(1. 2, 3, 4): Westminster Fellowship (1); Wrestling (1): Morehead 
Scholar. 

ITTNER, MARY ANN Wilmington 

A.B. IN MATHEMATICS EDUCATION. Orientation Counselor (4); Stu- 
dent N.E.A. (3, 4) ; University Party (3, 4) ; Westminster Fellowship 

13. 4). 



JACKSON, CHARLES TERRY, II Dover, Del. 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Phi Delta Theta. Orientation Coun- 
selor (2); University Party (1. 2, 3, 4); Student Government Committee 

(2. 3). 

JACKSON, THOMAS BRYAN, JR. Kinston 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

JACKSON, THOMAS JEFFERSON, III Winston-Salem 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Student Party (3. 4) ; Y.D.C. (3, 



JACKSON, WILLIAM THOMAS, III Elizabeth City 

A.F.R.O.T.C. (1); Student Party (2): 



lACOBY, MEL STEWART 



Flushing, N. Y. 



A.B. IN ENGLISH. Tau Epsilon Phi. llillel Foundation (1. 2, 3, 4) : Stu- 
dent Party U. 4). 



JARRETT, JAMES PAUL, JR. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Carolina Christian Fellowship (2). 



High Point 



JEFFREYS, DORA LEE 



Chapel Hill 

.\.B. IN EDUCATION. F.T.-A. (3, 1 1 ; Orientation Counselor (4) ; Student 
N.E..\. (3, 4) ; Student Party (41 ; Y.D.C. 

JEFFRIES, DONALD DAVID Charlotte 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. RADIO. TELE\ISION AND MOTION PICTURES. 
Track (1. 3); Y.D.C. (4); Crosscountry (11. 

Mount Holly 

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



JENKINS, LARRY LITTLETON 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Delta Upsilo 
Monogram Club (2. 3. 4). 



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CLRSS OF 1963 

JENNRICH, JOHN HAROLD Arlington, Va. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Theta Chi. Canterbury Club (1. 2, 3, 4) ; 
I.F.C. (4) ; Student Government Committee (4) ; Student Party (3, 4) ; 
Tennis (1, 2). 



JESS, FRANCES LOUISE 



Fairfield, Conn. 



A.B. IN HISTORY. Alpha Gamma Delta. Orientation Counselor (3) : 
Student Government Committee (2): Student Party (3, 4): University 
Party (2) ; Yucketii Yack (2, 3, 4) ; Order of the Golden Bear (3, 4). 



JESSUP, PERCY WELLS, JR. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 



Elizabethtown 



Mebane 



JOBE, WARREN YANCEY 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Upsiloiu Golf (1) : Student 
Party (1. 2); Westminster Fellowship (1). 



JOHNSON, EDWIN LYNN 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

JOHNSON, HUGH STEADMAN 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sign 



Clinton 



Asheville 

. Dormitory Otlicer 



Coats 



Atlanta, Ga. 



JOHNSON, JIMMY AALON 

B.S. IN ACCOUNTING. Alpha Kappa Psi. 

JOHNSON, JUDITH ELIN 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Dilta Delta Delta. Class Cabinet (4); Orientation 
Counselor (4); Student Ciovernment Committee (4); University Party 
(3, 4); ■\V.A..\. (3. 4): Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 

Elkin 



JOHNSON, MARY ANNE 



A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Kappa Delta. Orientation Counselor (4) : 
Student Government Committee (4); University Party (3, 4); Tennis 
(3. 4); V.D.C. (3. 4); Y.W.C..\. (3, 4). 



JOHNSON, RITA LEONA 



Goldsboro 



A.B. IN EDUC.\TION. Dormitory Officer (4) : Orientation Counselor (4) : 
Student Government Committee (4); Student Legislature (3); Student 
Party (3, 4) ; W.A.A. (3, 4) ; Wesley Foundation (3, 4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 

JOHNSON, SUZANNE Hinsdale, 111. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Pi Beta Phi. Orientation Counselor (4); Student 
Government Committee (3. 4) ; University Party (3, 4) ; Beat Dook Court: 
Blue-White Queen. 

Paris, France 



JOLIS, PAUL ORTEGA 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Beta Theta Pi. Gorgon's Head; I.F.C. (4) : Order of 
Beanbirds: Order of Minataurs; Orientation Counselor (3); Soccer (2, 
3, 4) ; Track (4) ; University Party (2, 3, 4) ; Y.M.C..\. (1, 2, 3, 4). 



JONAS, CHARLES RAPER, JR. Lincolnton 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Phi Delta Theta. Class Cabinet (3, 4) ; 
Dormitory Officer (1); Gimghoul (3. 4); Order of Beanbirds (3. 4); 
Orientation Counselor (2); Student Government (2. 3): Track (1, 2): 
University Party (1. 2. 3. 4); Westminster Fellowship (1, 2, 3); Y.R.C. 
(I. 2, 3, 4) ; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3. 4). 

Charlotte 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Dormitory Officer: N.S.A.: N.R.O.T.C: 
Wrestling; Yacketi/ Yack; Order of Golden Bear; Semper Fidelis. 

Greenville 



JONES, JACK LEE 



JONES, JASPER LIVINGSTON, JR. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Y.M.C.A. (4). 



JONES, JOHN WILLIAM Liberty 

B.S. IN' MARKETING. Delta Upsiloii. Cardboard: Y.D.C. 

JONES, KIRBY London, England 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. St. Anthony Hall. Monogram Club (3. 4) ; 
Tennis (1, 2. 3. 4) ; University Party (1) ; WUNC-TV (1. 2, 3, 4). 



JONES, OLYN REED 



Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Kappa Delta. Angel Flight (2, 3) ; Canterbury Club 
11.2): University Party (1. 2) : Y.W.C.A. (1, 2). 



JONES, ROBERT CHARLES 



West Suffield, Conn. 



B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Delta Sigma Pi. I.D.C. (2) ; Mono- 
gram Club (2, 3, 4) : N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2. 3, 4) ; Scabbard and Blade (3, 4) ; 
Soccer (1. 2, 3. 4); Y.M.C.A.: Resident Advisor (4). 



JONES, SAMUEL SHEPARD, JR. 



Chapel Hill 



A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Delta U/jsilon. Dailti Tar Heel (1. 3) : Orientation 
Counselor (4i: Student Legislature (3): Student Party (3): Y.M.C.A. 
(1, 21 ; Y.A.F. (3. 4). 



JONES, WALTER HUNTER, JR. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 



JOYNER, KENNETH CRAIG 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Raleigh 



Chapel Hill 



KACHEL, JOHN WILLIAM 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Dor 



Red Bank, N. J. 

tory Officer (2) : I.D.C. (2). 

KARLSON, ROBERT ALLEN Charlotte 

A.B. IN FRENCH. Cosmopolitan Club (3, 4). 



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KEEL, SUSAN PAGE Rocky Mount 

A.B IV ELEMENTARY EDUCATION'. Pi Beta Phi. Carolina Handhonk 
(3): F.T.A. U) ; University Party; W.A.A.; Y.W.C.A. (3. +)• 

KEEVER, RICHARD ALAN High Point 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Sigma Chi. Orientation Counselor (2); University 
Party; Campus Chest Committee. 

Lincolnton 

Westminster Kellow 



KEEVER, RICHARD JENKINS 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Orientation Counselor (3 
ship (1. 2. 3. 4) ; Y.M.C.A. (1. 2, 3, 4). 



KELLEHER, JOHN THOMAS 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Lambda Chi Alpha. Newm 
Orientation Counselor (4) ; Student Party (3. 4). 

KELLERMANN, EDITH MARY 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Chi Omeqa. Orientation Conn 
Party (3, 4); Y.D.C. (4); Y.W.C.A. (4). 

KELLY, VIRGINIA FARRELL 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Student N.E.A.; Uni' 



Winston-Salem 

n Club (1. 2. 3. 41; 

Charlotte 

littee (4) ; University 

Fayetteville 

:ity Party; Y.W.C.A. (3). 



KEPNER, ROBERT FORD Natick, Mass. 

A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. POLITICAL SCIENCE. Kappa ■■ilpha. Mono- 
gram Club (2. 3. 4); Soccer (1. 2, 3. 4); Wrestling (1, 2); \ .M.C.A. (2, 
4); Student Athletic Council (4); Carolina Athletic Association (4). 

KERLEY, MRS. EILEEN GORDY Durham 

A.B. IN ART. 

KIGER, JACK EUGENE LewisviUe 

B.S. IN ACCOUNTING. .Alpha Kappa P.s, 



Professional I.F.C. (3, 4) 



KILPATRICK, G. MALCOLM Burlington 

B S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi. Orientation 
Counselor (4); Student Government Committee (3, 4); Student Legisla- 
ture (3) ; Student Party (1. 2, 3, 4l ; Yaeketi/ Yaek (3. 4). 

KIMEL, EDWIN MAST Winston-Salem 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Y.M.C.A. 

(3). 

KING, BARRY GRIFFITH, JR. Sumner, Md. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Stoma Xii. Monogram Club (2. 3. 4); Newman Club 
(1, 2, 3. 4) ; SHimming (1. 2. 3, 4) ; University Party (2. 3. 4). 



Columbia, S. C. 

ent Committee (21 ; 



Hendersonville 



KING, GEORGE SAVAGE, JR. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Student Gc 
University Party (2): Y.D.C. (3. 4). 

KING, ILENA MARIE 

A.B. IN ELE.MEVTARY EDUCATION. Alpha Clamma Delta. Orientation 
Counselor (4i; Student N.E.A. (3, 4), President (4); University Party 
(S); Women's Residence Council (4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 

KING, RICHARD HARVEY Chattanooga, Tenn. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Eta Sigma. N.R.O.T.C. (1); Order of the Grail 
(3, 4); Orientation Counselor (2); Student Government Committee (1. 
4); Westminster Fellowship (1): Y.M.C.A. (1, 2. 3. 4i; Wesley Founda- 
tion (2, 3. 4). 



KING, ROBERT EDWARDS 



KING, STEPHEN HALLER 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 

KIPNIS, BRUCE EDWARD 



Troy 

A.F.R.O.T.C. 

Old Lyme, Conn, 
Washington, D. C. 

Foundation (L 2) ; Uni- 



KIRBY, IDA MARGARET 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. University Party 

KIRKENDALL, BOBBY LEON 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

KIRKMAN, JAMES ARTHUR, III Riverside, Conn 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. St. Anthoitij Hall. I.F.C. (3); German Club (4) 



Winston-Salem 

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

Shelby 



KIRKMAN, JOHN MANLIFF High Point 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Delta Theta. Football (1) ; Swimming (1. 2, 4) ; 
Track (1) ; University Party (1, 2. 3, 4i. 

KISER, ANN PARKER Fayetteville 

A.B. IN FRENCH EDUC.\TION. Alpha Gamma Delta. Orientation Coun- 
selor (4); Student N.E.A. (4); Carolina Sweethearts (3. 4). 

KLEITMAN, JEANNE ELIOT Levittown, N. Y. 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Tan Omega Alpha Delta. Cheerleader 
(4); Dormitory Ofhcer (2); Student Party (4); W.A.A. (3. 4); Yack 
Beauty Court (3) ; Modern Dance Club (1. 2. 3). 

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KLUTTZ, JAMES KILGO Albemarle 

B.S. I\ BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. I'i Kiiiipn I'lii. I.K.C. (2); Uni- 
versity Party (21 ; Wrestling (I). 



Durham 
Mexico, Mexico 

Chapel Hill 
Charlotte 
Asheville 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIKNCE. Pi Beta Phi. Orientation Counselor (4); 
Student Government Committee (4); University Party (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. 

(4). 



KNOTT, JOHN BUXTON, III 

A.B. IN ENt;LISH. 

KOHN, WILLIAM H. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Zeta Psi. 

KOURI, JOHN LAWRENCE 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Siiniiti Xti. Baseball (1, : 

KRAFT, MIRIAM OLIVIA 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Hillel Foundation (3 

KRESS, CHRISTNE CAROL 



LACKEY, GLENDA CAROL 



Aiken, S. C. 



A.B. IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES, POLITICAL SCIENCE. Orienta- 
tion Counselor (4) ; Student Government Committee (4) ; Women's Resi- 
dence Council (3); Y.D.C. (41; Y.W.C.A. (4). 

Bradenton, Fla. 
Club: N.K.O.T.C. 

Charlotte 



Charlotte 



LACY, JAMES BARNES 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Canterbu 

LAMBE, RANDOLPH LELAND 



LANCASTER, LLOYD HUBERT 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 

LANCASTER, RELLA JEAN 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Orientation Counselor (4); Student N.E.A. (4); 
Student Party. 

LAND, KATHRYN LILA 



Raleigh 



Roanoke Rapids 



station Counselo 



LANGSTON, JAN McCOY 



Wilson 



A.B. IX RADIO. TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Carolina 
Playmakers (1. 4) ; Student Party (4) : Wesley Foundation (1) ; WUNC- 
TV (4): Y.D.C. (3. 4); Y.M.C.A. (3. 4). 

LANIER, GAIL STANLEY 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Do 

LATANE, JULIE GATEWOOD 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Alpha Gamma Delta. Canterbury Club (1. 2. 3. 
4t ; Class Cabinet (2); Orientation Counselor (2); Panliellenic Council 
(4); Student Government Committee (1, 2, 3. 4); Student Legislature 
(1. 2, 3); University Party (1, 2, 3. 4): Valkyries: W.A.A. (1, 2, 3): 
Yacketii Yack (1, 2, 3). Managing Editor (3); Y.D.C. (1, 2): Y.W.C.A. 
(1); Order of the Golden Bears (3). 



Lexington 
Ollicer (2). 

Chapel Hill 



Glen Ridge, N. J. 



LAUGHTER, LINDA SUE Horse Shoe 

B.S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. Deltn Phi .-llpha. Angel Flight (3. 41. 

LAWRENCE, THOMAS EDWIN 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Sigma Phi Epsilon. Cardboa 
tion Counselor (4); University Party (2. 3. 4 
Committee (2, 3). 

LEA, FRANK GANNAWAY Norfolk, Va. 

A.B. IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION. St. .iiithvni/ Hall. Band (I); Baptist 
Student Union (1. 2); Canterbury Club (3. 4); F.T.A. (4); Monogram 
Club (2, 3, 4); Student N.E.A. (3, 4): Student Party (1); Swimming 
(1, 2. 3. 4); Track (3, 4); University Party (2, 3, 4). 



LEDER, EDWIN MARTIN Clinton 

•lass Cabinet 
selor (4). 

LEE, BARRY FRANKLIN Lawndale 

A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. 

LEE, JAMES DOUGLAS Mebane 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. 

LEE, ROSE MARIE Arapahoe 

A.B. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. 

LEE, WYATT STEPHEN Roseboro 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Kappa Tun .Alpha. 

LEGUM, LOUIS Norfolk, Va. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Tail Epsilon Phi. Class Cabinet (3. 4) ; Daily Tar Heel 
(2, 3. 4) : Hillel Foundation (1, 2, 3. 4) ; Monogram Club (2, 8) : Publica- 
tions Board (4); Tennis (1. 2, 3); University Party (2); Yackety Yack 
(3, 4). Editor (4); Y.D.C. (4). 

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LEIGH, BUCK Hamlet 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

LENNON, RICHARD SIMPSON, JR. Kings Mountain 

B.S. IN PHYSICS. A.F.R.O.T.C. (2. 3. 4); Arnold Air Society (2. 3, 4); 
Scabbard and Blade (3. 4). 

LIGGETT, FRANK RAHM, III St. Petersburg, Fla. 

A B IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Delta Kappa Epsilon. Carolina Quarterly/ 
(2)- Orientation Counselor (2): University Party (1, 2); German Club 

(1, 2, 3). 

LINTON, HERBERT SIDNEY Rockingham 

AB. IN RADIO. TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Pi Alpha 
Lambda ftigma. WUNC-TV (3, 4) ; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Yackety Yack 
(4). 

LITTLETON, PHILIP RAY Goldsboro 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Westminster Fellowship (1). 

LIVAS, KATHERINE Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN FRENCH EDUCATION. Alpha (iamma Delta. Orientation Coun- 
selor (4); Student Government Committee (3. 4); Student LcRislature 
(3, 4); University Party; Yarketi, Yark (3): Y.W.C.A. (3. 4); Carolina 
Sweetheart (3. 4); Student N.E.A. (4). 



LOBDELL, ANNE NUGENT 



Charlotte 



\ B IN ENGLISH. Delta Delta Delta. Carolina Women's Council (4); 
Class Cabinet (3): University Party; Women's Residence Council (3); 
Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). 



LONG, JAMES EUGENE 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Tan Kappa Epsilon. 

LONG, JERALD BROOKS 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



LONG, ROBERT BOBO, JR. 

A.B. IN LAW. Beta Tlieta Pi. University Party (1, 2). 



Burlington 



Monroe 



AsheviUe 



LONG, SAMUEL FOWLE, JR. 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Carolina Onarterly 

LOPP, WILLIAM FILMORE 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Baptist Studf 



Washington 

(3) ; student Party (1). 

Carrboro 

nt Union (1, 2i ; Football 



Norfolk, Va. 



LOREN, ELAINE RITA 

\ B IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. Carolina Women's Council (3, 4) ; 
Class Cabinet (4); Dormitory Officer (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (4); 
Student Party (3, 4). 

LORENZ, GILBERT MECK Alexandria, Va. 

B S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Sigma Phi Epsilon. Class Cabinet 
(2); Orientation Counselor (4); Student Government Committee (2); 
University Party (2, 3, 4). 



LOVE, KATHERINE FERRIS 

A B. IN EDUCATION. Dormitory Officer 
Y.W.C.A. (4). 



Clarkton 
(2); Student N.E.A. (4); 



LOVELL, WILLIAM TIBERIAS, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

LOVING, RUTH GEORGINA 



Winston-Salem 
Charlottesville, Va. 

AB IN HISTORY. Kappa Kappa Gamma. Canterbury Club (3. 4); 
Orientation Counselor (4) ; University Party (4) ; W.A.A. (4) ; Y.W.C.A. 

(3, 4). 

LOWDERMILK, JAMES ERWIN Valdese 

B.S IN ACCOUNTINC;. Siama Phi Epsilon. Baptist Student Union (1); 
University Party (1, 2, 3, 4). 



LOWE, REBECCA ALICE Wilkesboro 

A.B. IN ENGLISH EDUCATION. Dormitory Officer (3); F.T.A. (4); 
Orientation Coun.selor (4) ; Splash Club (3) ; Student Party (4) ; Women's 
Residence Council (4); Y.R.C.; Y.W.C.A. (3). 

LOWERY, RICHARD WAYNE Kannapolis 

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

LUKS, ALLAN B. Rockville Centre, N. Y. 

A.B. IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. Pi Lambda Phi. Daily Tar 
Heel (4); Hillel Foundation (1, 2, 3, 4); University Party (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Y.D.C. (4). 



LUNETTA, CARMINE PAUL 



Morristown, N. J. 



B.S. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Mm 


oRram Club (2. 3, 4); Newman Club (1, 2, 


3. 4) : Student Lesislature ( 


) ; Student Party (1, 2) ; Track (1, 2, 3, 4) ; 


Y.D.C. f21; Y.M.C.A. (1). 





LUNNEY, WILLIAM GEORGE Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Theta Chi. Dormitory Officer (1, 2) ; Stu- 
dent Party (1); Wrestling (1, 2, 3). 

LYDAY, BETTIE SMITH Semora 

B.A. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. 



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CLRSS OF 1963 

LYDAY, CAROLYN FRANCES Greensboro 

A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. Alpha Gamma Delta. University Party (3, 4); 
Yackettj Yack (3). 

LYNCH, KATHERINE ELIZABETH Bennettsville, S. C. 



LYNCH, ANN DOWELL 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. V.W.C.A. (3, 



LYNCH, STEPHEN ANDREW, III 



Raleigh 



Miami Beach, Fla. 

University 



LYNN, THOMAS WILLIAM Washington, D. C. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. University Party (1. 2. 3. 4); Y.D.C. (1): Y.M.C.A. 



McADAMS, HAL LEE, JR. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Sirima Nii. 



Graham 



McAllister, david franklin piainheid, n. j. 

.1/11 Epsilon. Band (1); 



McARTHUR, ELLEN DEAL 



Vidalia, Ga. 



A.B. IN ENGLISH. Knppa Kiipim Gamma. Orientation Counselor (4); 
Paiiliellenic Council (41 : Student Government Committee (4) ; University 
Party (3, 4): Y.W.C.A. (3, 41; Yacli Beauty Court (31. 

McCABE, JOHN CORDELL Chevy Chase, Md. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Kappa Sigma. Baseball (1) ; Football (1) : I.F.C. (8). 



Spartanburg, S. C. 



McCALL, ROBERT LEE 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Phi Eta Siama. Baptist Student Union 
(1. 2, 3. 4); Cosmopolitan Club (4); Dailii far Heel (1. 3. 3, 4); Di-Phi 
fioeietii (1, 2. 3, 41: Men's Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Orientation Counselor 
(3. 4) ; Student Party (4) ; Y.M.C.A. (2, 3, 4). 



McCLURE, SARAH LOUISE 



Fayetteville 



Gi 

McCOLSKEY, JAN GREER Lake City, Fla. 

B.S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. Ansel Flight (1, 2) : Carolina Sym- 
posium (2. 31 ; Carolina "Women's Council (1. 2) : Dormitory Officer (4) ; 
Order of the Old Well (3. 4): Orientation Counselor (2): Student Gov- 
ernment Committee (2); Student Legislature (1. 2): University Party 
(1, 2. 3); Valkyries (3, 4); Women's Honor Council (3, 4); Women's 
Residence Council (2, 4) ; Y.W.C.A. (2, 3). 



McCOMBS, JERRY SELINA 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. 

Mcdonald, duran g. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Stude 

Mcdonald, Elizabeth mills 

A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. Pi Beta Phi. Class Cabinet (3, 4) ; Panhellenic 
Council (4) ; Student Government Committee (4) ; University Party (3, 
4l; W.A.A. (3. 4): Y.W.C.A. (3). 



Salisbur 



Rockingham 

It Party (31. 



Salem, Va. 



Mcdonald, ellen fisher 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 

Mcdonald, Joseph ray 



Hendersonville 



Southern Pines 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Lamlxla Chi Alpha, President. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1. 
2. 3, 41 : Arnold Air Society (3, 4) ; Di-Phi Society (3. 4) ; I.F.C. (3, 4) : 
Lacrosse (2, 3). 

Charlotte 



Mcdonald, letty mebane 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY, RECREATION. Chi Omega, President. Class Cab- 
inet (3); Panhellenic Council (4); University Party (3, 4): Y.W.C.A. 



Mcdowell, Robert harvey 



McEACHERN, ROBERT JEWETT 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. 

McGEE, ROBERT STUART 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Sigma Nu. 



Reidsville 

;, 8. 4) ; Wesley 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 



McKEE, THOMAS CLIFFORD Johnson City, Tenn. 



McKEITHAN, PATRICIA ELIZABETH 



Mcknight, alan evanda 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Hamlet 



Kannapolis 



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McLAMB, JOSEPH TIMOTHY 



McLEAN, ELIZABETH GAIL H. 

U.S. IN DENTAL HYGIENE. 



Clinton 

Cabinet; 

Lenoir 
Winston-Salem 



McMICHAEL, JAMES GORRELL, JR. 

B.S. IX BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma. 
University Party (2. 3, 4) ; Freshman Forum (1, 2) ; Freshman Camp 

(1. 2. 4). 



McMillan, benton lee, jr. 



Wilson 

41 : Monogram 

Red Springs 



McMillan, roscoe d. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Gamma Beta Epsilon. Univer- 
sity Party (2, 3, 4); Westminster Fellowship (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1. 

2. 3. 4). 

McNEELY, GWYN FARRELL Hickory 

A.B. IN ZOOLOCY. Delta Phi Alpha. 



MADRY, ROBERT WILSON, JR. 



Wilmington 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Sii/ma .Yli, President (3 i. I'hi Kin Si'inm. I.F.C. (2. 3) ; 
Order of tlie Old Well (3, 4) ; Orientation ( unirnittee CI. ti : Orientation 
Counselor (2): Soccer (1); Student Leiislatine i-'i; Universitv Party 
(1. 2. 3. 41; Y.M.C..\. (1, 2, 3, 4); Herbert Wurtli .lackson Scholar. 

MAJOR, WILLIAM LEWIS Alexandria, Va. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Ktipiia I'si. 



MALLON, MICHAEL TYRONE 



Clarksville, Tenn. 



A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Alpha Phi Omeoa. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1. 2) ; Canterbury 
Club (1. 2. 3. 4) : Cosmopolitan Club (4) ; G.M..\.B. (3, 4i ; Student Party 
(3. 4); Y.R.C. (3. 4); Y.M.C.A. (3, 4). 



MANLOVE, RICHARD MILTON 



Seaford, Del. 



B.S. IN MARKETING. ,S(V/»io Su. Men's Glee Club (1); Orientation 
Counselor (3); Director of Freshman Camp (4i. 



MAREADY, DAVID JOE 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

MARSH, SUSAN L. 



Mullins, S. C. 



Swarthmore, Pa. 

crsity Party 



Washington, D. C. 

Tar Heel (1. 2. 
(2. 3. 41. 

Wilmington 



MARSHALL, BRIAN LAURENCE 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Plii Mii Alpha. Band (1. 2. 3); Daili, Tar Heel (1. 2. 
31 ; Newman Club (1. 2, 3, 4) ; Student Party (1): Y.D.C. (2. 3. 41. 

MARSHALL, MARY WARREN 

A.B. IN ENGLISH EDUCATION. Kappa Delta. Class Cabinet (2. 3. 4): 
Orientation Counselor (41; Student Government Committee (3. 4); Stu- 
dent N.E..\.; Student Party (3, 4); Y.D.C. (3. 41; Y.W.C.A. 

MARTIN, GREGORY DeMELLO Raleigh 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



MARTINELLI, LUIS ROBERTO 



MATCHETT, PATRICIA IRENE 



MATHEWS, CAROL LINN 



Panama 



Washington, D. C. 



Hendersonville 

nment Com- 



MATHIS, ALFRED RAY Warsaw 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. 

MATTHEW, RAY BANNER, III Greensboro 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Sigma Chi. 

MATTHEWS, BRAXTON RAY Kipling 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1. 2, 3. 4). 



MATTHEWS, WALTER FORREST, III 

B.S. IN ACCOUNTING. 

MATTOCKS, GORDON LYNN 



Raleii^h 



Jacksonville 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Chi Phi. I.F.C. (2) : Orientation Counselor (3) ; Uni- 
versity Party (1, 2, 3. 4); Y.M.C..\. (1, 2, 3. 41. 

MAYER, HENRY E. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Carolina Forum (4); Carolina Handbook (1. 2); 
Carolina Symposium (1. 2) ; Daily Tar Heel (1. 2. 3. 4) : G.M..\.B. (1. 2) ; 
Order of Beanbirds (2) ; Orientation Counselor (2) ; Student Government 
Committee (4). 

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Silver Spring, Md. 




CLRSS OF 1963 

MAYHEW, KENNETH PASCAL, JR. MooresviUe 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTKATION. I'hi Mn Alpha. Band (1, 2). 

MAYO, HOWARD ANDERSON, JR. Hendersonville 

.\,B. IN ENGLISH. Kiii,,m Aliilia. University Party (1, 3). 

MEADOWS, FRANCES CAROLE Alderson, W. Va. 



METTS, ELIZABETH ANNE 



Wilmington 



.^.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Cosmopolitan Club (J) : Student Govern- 
ment Connnittee (4); Yackettj Yack (i); Y.W.C.A. (4). 

MIDDLEKAUFF, MARY MARGUERITE Deland, Fla. 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Tennis (2); University Party (3, 4); W.A.A. 
(1. 2): Women's Residence Council (4). 

MILES. FRANK MILTON, JR. Norfolk, Va. 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOCiY. Sigma Chi. Dormitory Officer (3) ; Splash Club (3) ; 
University Party (3. 4) ; Wesley Foundation (3) ; Y.M.C.A. (3, 4) ; Cam- 
pus Cliest (3. 4). 



MILLENDER, MARGARET MACKAY 



Mebane 



B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Kappa Delta. Orientation Counselor (4) ; Splash 
Club (4); W.A.A. (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3). 

Concord 
Albemarle 

Glasgow, Ky. 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Plii. Orientation Committee (4); Univer- 
sity Party (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 

Concord 

aunselor (3. 4); 



MILLER, FRANK E., JR. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Y.R.C. (2). 

MILLER, JAMES B. 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Kappa Plii. I.F.C. (4). 



MILLER, JO BRENT 



MILLER, MARIAN 



Washington, D. C. 



MINTENER, SUSAN FERINE 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Kappa Kappa Gamma. Dormitory Officer (3); 
Orientation Counselor (4); University Party (3); Y.W.C..\. (3, 4). 



MITCHELLE, WILEY EARL Danville, Va. 

B.S. IN PHYSICS. 

MONISH, AUBREY RICHARD Chester, N. H. 

B.S. IN .MATHEMATICS. Navy Enlisted Scientific Education Program. 

MOORE, DAN K., JR. Canton 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. P/ii Delta Theta. University Party. 



MOORE, MARY ELEANOR 



Clinton 



A.B. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi. Carolina Handbook 
(3); F.T.A. (3): University Party (3. 4); W.A.A. (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (4); 
Ciraham Memorial Social Committee. 

MOORE, ROBERT PATTERSON, JR. 

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

MOORE, SUZANNE ELAINE 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 



Chapel Hill 



Hendersonville 



MOPPER, JONATHAN SAUL 



Savannah, Ga. 



MORGAN, DAVID BRADLEY, III Asheville 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Siama Nil. Freshman and Sophomore 
Honors Program; Carolina Quartirlii (3): Daily Tar Heel (4): Mono- 
gram Club (2, 3, 4); Orientation Counselor (3); Publications Board (3, 
4) ; Tennis (1, 2, 3, 4) ; University Party (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Y.M.C.A. (1. 2, 3. 4). 



MORGAN, JOHN HAYWARD 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



O.xford 



MORGAN, JOHN JACKSON Alexandria, Va. 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Dormitory Officer (3. 4); I.D.C. (3. 4); Student 
Ciovernment Committee (4): Tennis C); University Party (3, 4); West- 
minster Fellowship (1); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2. 3). 

MOSELEY, SARAH CHRISTINE Mount Airy 

A.B. IN EDUCATION, .ilplia Delta Pi. Orientation Counselor (4); Uni- 
versity Party (3. 4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 



MOSLEY, RALPH WESLEY 



Ahoskie 



B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Dormitory Officer (3); I.D.C. 
(3, 4); Student Government Cotnmittee (4); Westminster Fellowship 
(1,2,3,4). 



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MOTLEY, PHILLIP MORRIS 



Durham 



B.S. IX BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpli" Tan Omeim. Baseball (1) : 
Dormitory Officer (1); Orientation Counselor (3); University Party 
(2, 3). 



MOTSINGER, KATHRYN M. 



Winston-Salem 



A.B. IN ENGLISH EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi. Orientation Counselor (4) ; 
University Party (3. It; V.W.C.A. (3, 4); Campus Chest (3). 



MOVE, JOSEPH SIDNEY, JR. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Siiima .Y». 



MUCCI, LAWRENCE L. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 



Greenville 



MULLIS, KENNETH WAYNE Midi 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Baptist Student Union (3. 4); V.R.C. (3). 

MURPHY, OLIVER JACKSON, JR. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 



Asheville 
d 
Hickory 



MURPHY, VERNAL WILLIAMS, JR. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 

MURRAY, SHADE J. 



Rose Hill 



Nashville, Tenn. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta Kappa Epsilon. Order of 
Minataurs (2, 3, 4) ; University Party (2, 8, 4) ; Wrestling (1) : Y.M.C.A. 
11. 2. 3. 4). 



MUSTARD, HARRY STOLE, III 



MYERS, JOSEPH NORMAN 



MYERS, MARTHA SELW^TSf 



Chapel Hill 



Pfafftown 



Charlotte 



NEAL, JAMES EDWARD Durham 

B.S. IN ACCOUNTING. Alpha Kappa Psi. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1. 2). 



NEEDHAM, DONALD WHITNEY Greenville 

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

NELSON, ANNE RODES Staunton, Va. 

A.B. IN SECONDARY EDUCATION. Delta Delta Delta. Orientation Com- 
inittoe (41; University Party (3, 4); W.A.A. (3, 4): Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 

NELSON, CRAIG HARDING 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 



Atlanta, Ga. 



NEWTON, JUDITH ANN 



NICHOLAS, CAROL ANNE 



Fayetteville 



Gastonia 



NICHOLES, NANCY WESCOAT 



Princeton, N. J. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. MATHEMATICS. Alpha Gamma Delta. Dormitory 
Oflicer (3); Orientation Counselor (4); University Party (4); Women's 
Residence Council (3) ; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 



NILES, LAWSON RAY Selma 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, tfigma Pi. 

NOLEN, JACQUELINE LEIGH FarmviUe 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Westminster Fellowship (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3). 

NORTHROP, CHARLES McNAIR 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



NUNNERY. GREGORY 

A.B. IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES. 

NYE, LYNDA ALFREIDA 

B.S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. 

OAKLEY, JESSE RONALD 

A.B. IN HISTORY. 

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Autryville 

Charlotte 

Mebane 



CLASS OF 1963 



OATTS, VAN 



OBERDORFER, ELLIS CHARLES 



Dublin, Ga. 

. University Party (3. t) ; 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Zeta Beta Tau. Carolina Symposium (1. 2, 3) : Dailii 
Tiir Heel (3. 4) ; Hillel Foundation (1) ; Student Government Committee 
(1. 2, 3, 4); Student Party (3); University Party (1. 2. 3. 4); Y.M.C.A. 

(1. 2, 3. 4). 

ODOM, PEGGY SYD Winston-Salem 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Stray Greeks: Phi Mu. 



OGDEN, ELIZABETH ANN 



Severna Park, Md. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Kappa Delta. Yacketij Yack (3, 4) ; Carolina Sym- 
posium (3); Student Government Committee (4). 

O'GRADY, JUDITH Leonia, N. J. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Delta Delta. Class Cabinet (3, 4) ; Dnilii Tar 
Heel: Newman Club (3. 4) ; Orientation Counselor (4) ; Student Party (3, 
4): W.A.A. (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 

OUDERKIRK, H. JOHN Arlington, Va. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Sinma Phi Epsilon. Men's Glee Club (1. 2, 
3. 4): N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3. 4): Orientation Counselor (2, 3. 4); Student 
Party (2. .3. 4): University Party (1); Westminster Fellowship (1); 
Yaeketi/ Yaek (3): Freshman Camp Counselor (2. 3. 4): Fencing: (3): 
Y.M.C.A. (1, 2. 3, 41. 



OVERBY, MARIE 



Raleigh 



A.B. IN PHILOSOPHY. Canterbury Club (3, 4); Cosmopolitan Club (8. 
4): Orientation Counselor (4); Student Government Committee (4); 
Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 

PADEN, JANE ARLINE Arlington, Va. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Omeoa, Tau Omega Alpha Delta. Sigma Upsiloyu 
Order of The Golden Bear: Parlance (3); University Party (3, 4): 
Yarket,/ Yark (3. 4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 



PARKER, MARY LOUISE 

A.B. IN ENGLISH EDUCATION. 



PARKER, VIRGINIA FRANCES 



PARKS, BARBARA JEAN 

B.S. IN MEDICINE. 



Murfreesboro 



Greensboro 



Lexington 



PARRISH, KATHERINE HOWARD Richmond, Va. 

A.B. IN APPLIED ART. Alpha Delta Pi. Basketball Club (3, 4) : F.T.A. 
(4) ; Orientation Committee (4) : Tennis Club (3. 4) ; Y.W.C.A. (4) : Caro- 
lina Symposium (4) : Campus Chest: Student Government Committee (4) ; 
University Party (3, 4); W.A.A. (3, 4). 



PASCHAL, JOHN SCOTT, JR 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Plii .l/x Alpha-S, 
Student Union (1. 2, 3. 4): Orient.itioii 
Fury (21: Y.M.C.A. (1. 2); Wind Ensei 
Symphony Orchestra (2) ; Pep Band (1, 2. 3 

PASOUR, CHARLES EARL 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. 

PATTERSON, ALEX McLEOD, JR. 



Winston-Salem 

. Band (1. 2. 3, 4) : Baptist 

selor (2. 3, 4) : Sound and 

ble (2, 4) ; Brass Ensemble (U : 



Dallas 



Raleigh 

(1. 2, .3); 



PATTERSON, WILLIAM CANNING 

Bedford Hills, N. Y. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Debate Council (2. 3, 4) : Track (1, 2) : Y.R.C (2 3 

4). 

PATTILLO, ROBERT HOLMES Rockville Centre, N. Y. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1, 2. 3, 4). 

PAYNE, FRANCES MILLS Asheville 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Carolina Onarterlij (2. 3). 



Chapel Hill 



PECK, RICHARD H. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. 

PECK, SHELDON Durham 

B.S. IN DKNl'ISTKV. Alpha Epsilon Delta. Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Eta 
Sir/ma. Iiil'hi Siiri.tii {], 2); Hillel Foundation (1, 2, 3, 4): Orientation 
Counselor (2, :i) ; Student Party (1). 



PEELER, JOE DONALD 



Shelby 



B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Oriei 


ntatioi 


n Counselor (3). 


PELLETIER, GERALD, JR. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 




Stella 


PENLAND, ROGER G. 




Durham 



PERDUE, PHILLIP STERLING 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 



Louisburg 



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PETREA, REBECCA ANN 



Durham 

. Orientation Counselor (4) : 
sliip (3. 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, -t). 

PETREE, WALTER RONALD Graham 

B.S. IN SCIENCE EDUCATION. Mens Glee Club (1, 2, 3, i). 

PHIFER, MARY SUSAN Greensboro 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Canterbury Club (4) ; Y.W.C.A. (4». 

PHILLIPS, BRUCE ALTON, JR. Kinston 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Alpha Epsilon Delta. Baptist Student Union; 
Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). 



PHILLIPS, WALTER DEAR 



Beaufort 



A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Pi Kappa Alpha, Sipma Delia Chi. Canterbury 
Club (1); Men's Glee Club (1); Press Club (3, 4); University Party (1, 
2, 3. 4) ; Wrestling (1, 2. 4). 

PICKETT, HARRY McFALL, III Charlotte 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Kappa Alpha. Orientation Counselor; University 
Party. 



PIERCE, SYLVIA ELIZABETH 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 

PINNEY, MORGAN R. 



Marshville 
New Castle, Pa. 

3, 4) ; WUNC 



l.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. N.R.O.T.C. (1 
(1,2). 

PINSON, REGINALD ALAN Hudson 

B S IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Mil Alpha. A.F.R.O.T.C. (4) ; 
Arnold Air Society (3); Baptist Student Union (1). 



PLEASANTS, DANIEL JOHN, JR. Rowland 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1); Cosmopolitan Club 
(3, 4) ; Men's Glee Club (1) ; Westminster Fellovvsbip (4) ; Y.M.C.A. (41. 

PLEASANTS, RILEY CLYDE, JR. Raleigh 

B.S. IN PRE-DENTAL. Phi Delta Theta. University Party (1. 2, 3, 4); 
Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). 



POEHLEIN, CHARLES STUART 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Asheville 



Stantonsbure 



POPE, DAVID LEROY 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Baseball (L 2, 3, 41 ; Monogram 
Club (4). 



POULAKOS, JOANNA LIBERTY 

B.S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. 



Charlotte 



Hamden, Conn. 



POUZZNER, JOHN GREIL 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Zeta Beta Tau. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1. 2) ; Arnold Air 
Society (2); Tennis (1. 2, 3, 4); University Party (3, 4). 



POWELL, EDDY LEE 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Y.R.C. (2, 3, 4). 

POWELL, JAMES MEYERS, JR. 



Mocksville 



High Point 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Phi Eta Sioma. Alpha Epsilon Delta. Wesley 
Foundation (4); University Orcbestra (1. 2, 4). 



POWELL, WILLIAM CONRAD 



Ruffin 



A.B. IN ENGLISH, POLITICAL SCIENCE. Phi Kappa Sigma. Baseball 
(1); Univer.sity Party (4); Y.D.C. (3. 4). 



POWERS, CAROLYN BYRD 



Bennettsville, S. C. 

Delta. Orientation Counselor (4) ; 

Asheville 



PRAKKE, HERMAN WILLEM 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Delta Upsilon. Soccer (1, 2, 3, 4). 

PREVOST, NANCY HARRIS 

B.S. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Chi Omega. Orientation Counsel 
Party; Women's Residence Council; Y.W.C.A. 



Hazelwood 

jr; University 



Dobson 



PRICE, CHARLES RILEY 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. 

PRICE, HUGH CURTIS Greensboro 

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

PRYOR, BRENDA GLEN Ruffin 

A.B. IN HISTORY, ENGLISH. Student Government Committee (4); 
Student Party (3, 4) ; Y.D.C. (3, 4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 



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PURSER, SHELBY DELAINE 



Davidson 
neil (3. n; Dormitory 



U.S. IN EDUCATION. Carolina Women's Ci -- ,. ,. 

Officer (3, 4): Orientation Counselor (O; Stndcnt N.K.A. (I): Wesley 
Foundation (4); Y.W.C.A. (4). 



RAHN, STEPHEN STUART 

.•!); llillel F( 



RAMSEY, PETER McCRAE 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 



College Point, N. Y. 

iMulation (3); WUNC (2); 

Winter Park, Fla. 



RANDALL, FRERERICK FAY 



RANEY, DAVID LIVINGSTON 



Maxton 

'ft'/ (3, 4); CM. A.B. 

Lynchburg, Va. 

A.B. IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. Phi Kappa 
Hivma. Cla.ss Cabinet (3); I.F.C. (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (3, 4); 
Student Government Committee (3, 4) ; WUNC (2. 3, 4) ; WUNC-TV (1) : 
V.M.C.A.; Freshman Camp (3). 

Atlanta, Ga. 

a Symposium (21 : Class 
- Coiinc'il (3); Orientation 
e; V.M.C.A. 



RATCHFORD, WALTER JAMES 

A.B. IN ENCiLISH. Plii Delia Tlieta. Can 
Cabinet (3, 41 ; tiimglioul (2. 3, 4) ; Men's Ha 
Counselor (2) : Student Government Comini 

RATTIGAN, NEAL FREEMAN 



Fredericksburg, Va. 
( 1 ) ; Press 



RAWLINGS, MARGARET GARLAND 

Lookout Mountain, Tenn. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 

REAMS, CLAUDE ELSOM, JR. Southern Pines 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 

REARDEN, ROBERT LEE, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. /•/(/ Delta Tlula 
Forum (31; Carolina Symposium (31 ; Clas- Caliim-t (2, 3. I) 
(4); Gimftlioul (2, 3, 4): Ci.M.A.H. (3. II; Clerk, Men's Hcinii 
(2) ; Order of the Old Well (3. U : Order of lieanhirds (3, tl ; O 



Langdale, Ala. 



RECORD, EUGENE EDWIN, JR. 



Brookline, Mass. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Phi Gamma Delta. Cla.ss Cabinet (4); G.M.A.B. (4): 
.Monogram Club (2, 3, 4): Orientation Counselor (4); University Party 
(1. 2, 3, 4) ; Wrestling (1. 2, 3, 4) ; Semper Fidelis Society (3, 4). 



REESE, JOHN BRICKELL, JR. 



REGAN, MARY BREWER 



Caldwell, N. J. 



St. Pauls 



A.B. IN HISTORY. Kappa Kappa Gamma. Dailii Tar Heel (4); Press 
Club (4): University Party (3, 4J ; Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). 

REGISTER, AARON Wilmington 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. ,ilpha Kappa Pxi. 

REID, RALPH CONNOR, JR. PineviUe 

B.S. IN MATHE.MATICS. 



REID, WILLIAM STANLEY 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Phi 



REMSBURG, F. RAINE 



Rocky Mount 

a Delta. University Party 

Goldsboro 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Delta Kappa Epsilon. Canterbury Club (1); Class 
Cabinet (1); Men's Honor Council (3. 4); N.S.A. (1, 2): Order of the 
Old Well (3, 4); Orientation Committee (3, 4): Student Government 
Cimimittee (1. 2, 3, 4) ; University Party (I, 2. 3. 41 ; Y.M.C..\. 

RHOADES, ROBERT WILLARD Robbins 

A.B. IN ART. 

RHODES, CARL DOUGLAS, JR. Leaksville 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Phi Eta Sigma, Delta Phi .Alpha, Phi Beta Kappa. 
Band (1, 2); Canterbury Club (1, 2. 3); Carolina Symposium (3): 
G.M.A.B. (4); Orientation Counselor (3, 4): Student Government Com- 
mittee (3. 4). 

RHODES, ROBERT ALLAN Mebane 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. 



RICHARDSON, ROBERT BENBOW 



Charlotte 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Pi Kappa .ilpha. Canterbury Club (41; G.M.A.B. 
(1. 2. 3, 4) ; Orientation Counselor (2. 3, 4) ; Freshman Camp Counselor 
(3); University Party (1, 2. 3. 4); Wrestling (3, 4). 



RIDDLE, DANIEL LINDO 



Durham 



B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. .Alpha Kappa Psi. A.F.R.O.T.C. 
(1. 2); .\rnoId Air Society (2); Student Party (2). 

Creston 

mma Sir/ma. Y.D.C. 



ROARK, JAMES WALTER 



ROBINSON, CARROLL BENNETT Black Mountain 

;ima. Football (I. 2. 3, 4); West- 

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ROBINSON, LINDA GAIL New Bern 

B.S. IX MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. Angel Flight (3, 4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3, -4). 

ROBINSON. MARY WALLIS Birmingham, Ala. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Kappa Delta. University Chorus: Dormitory Officer. 

ROBINSON, MICHAEL JAY New York, N. Y. 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Carolina Ouartelii/ (2. 3, 4); Datty Tar Heel 
(1, 2, 3, 4). Associate Editor (3) : N.S.A. (2) ; Press Club (2, 3) ; WUNC 
(1, 2, 4); NoHh Carolina Magazine, Editor (4). 



Candler 

Rutherford, N. J. 

Roxboro 

Norfolk, Va. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Tirlta Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Epsilon Delta. Delta Phi 
Alpha. Carolina Svnipiisium (1, 3); Cheerleader (2, 3), Head Cheerleader 
(3) ; Men's Hnnor Cnuiicil (3) ; Monogram Club (3. 4) ; Orientation Coun- 
selor (2); (iiii-iilaliiMi I iiunselor for International Students (3. 41: 
Soccer (1): Sluck'iit (ii.\ernment Committee (1. 2, 3): University Party 
(1. 2, 3. 4): V.M.C.A. (3, 4); Campus Chest (1. 2. 31: Campus Chest 
Chairman (41; Student Athletic Council 13): Fresluuan Honors Pro- 
gram (1. 2); Morehead Scholar. 



ROBINSON, SPURGEON FILLMORE, JR 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. 

ROGOFF, ARTHUR DREXLER 

A.B. IN FRENCH. Hillel Foundation (1. 2, 3. 

ROMANET, ANDREW LOUIS, JR. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. 

ROPER, ALBERT LONSDALE, II 



ROSE, NORMAN EDWARD 

Dormitory Otlicer (2 

ROSE, PETER BLANCHARD 

B.A. IN JOURNALISM. Sigma Delta Chi. 



Elkins Park, Pa. 

Hillel Foundation (1. 2, 3. 

Sea Cliff, N. Y. 

Baseball (I. 2, 3. 4). 



ROSEMAN, AL Jacksonville 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Tail EjMiVon Phi. Orientation Counselor (41; Uni- 
versity Party (1, 2, 3, 4); Yacketij Yack (3, 4). 

ROSEN, STANLEY Raleigh 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Alpha Epsilon Delta. Student Party (3) : Y.R.C. (II: 
Y.M.C.A. (2). 

AsheviUe 



ROTH, FRANCES LOVE 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Kappa Delta. Panhelleni. 
i'ackety Yack (3). 



Council (3). President (41 



ROUTENBERG, LEONARD JORDAN 



North Miami, Fla. 

Student Entertainment Conunittee 



Chapel Hill 

; Band (1, 2) ; Student 

). 

Greensboro 



A.B. IN ENGLISH. Pi Lambda Phi 
(4) ; University Party (1. 2, 3, 4). 

ROYSTER, REBEKAH HOWARD 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Cosmopolitan Club (1, ; 
Government Committee (2, 3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (1, 2 

RUBIN, DAVID MARTIN 

A.B. IN PHILOSOPHY. Alpha Ep.'iilou Delta. Student Legislature (2, 3) : 
Student Party (2, 3): Wrestling (1). 

RUSCH, THEODORE FARRELL 

Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

B.S. IN PERSONNEL. Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3. 4): Newman Club (I, 2. 3, 4). 

SALAMON, HARVEY WARREN New York, N. Y. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Sigma Delta Chi. Hillel Foundation (1. 2, 3. 4); 
Spanish Club (3) : Band (1. 2). 

SAMS, LEROY WARREN, JR. Winston-Salem 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Carolina Handbook (2) ; 
Yacketi, York (2. 3, 4). 



SANDERS, FRANK ROY Annandale, Va. 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Cardboard (1. 2. 4) ; Y.M.C.A. (1). 

SANDERSON, MARTHA ELIZABETH Alexandria, Va. 

U.N.C. Orches- 



SANDLIN, DAN LAMAR 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. 



Wilmington 



SARRATT, ANN RANSON Nashville, Tenn. 

A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. Dormitory Oflicer (3, 4); Orientation Coun- 
selor (4): Splash Club (3); Student Party (4); Westminster Fellowship 
(4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3. 4) ; House Council (3, 4). 



SAVERY, REX TALCOTT 



Roxboro 



A.B. IN HISTORY. POLITICAL SCIENCE. Dormitory Officer (2, 3, 4) ; 
I.D.C. (2. 3, 4): Men's Honor Council (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (4); 
Student Government Committee (3. 4) ; University Party (3, 4) ; Y.R.C. 
(3. 4) : Y.M.C.A. (1, 4) : Society of Janus (3, 4). 



SAWYER, WILLIAM ANDREW 



Gainesville, Ga. 



A.B. IN ENGLISH, .ilplia Epsilon Delta. Phi Eta Sigma, Delta Phi Alpha. 
Band (2. 3, 4) : G.M.A.B. (4) : Orientation Counselor (2. 3, 4) ; Swimming 
(IK Westminster Fellowship (i, 2, 3, 4): Y.M.C.A. (1. 2). 



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SAYWELL, JEREMY LITTLEWOOD Barrington, R. I. 

A.B. IN HISTOKV. University Party (1, 2, 3, I) ; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, I). 

SCHAIN, DONALD RODNEY Deal, N. J. 

A.B. IN RADIO, TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES. A.F.R.O.T.C. 
(1, 2. 3. 4): Arnold Air Society (2, 3, 4); Scabbard and Blade (3, 4); 
WUNC (1, 2. 8, 4). 



SCHIFFMAN, HARRY BRINKLEY 

B.S. IN MARKETING. Sigwa Chi. Swimming (1, 2. 3, 



Greensboro 



SCHLESINGER, RICHARD JAMES West Newton, Mass. 

A.B. I\ ENGLISH. Hillel Foundation (1, 2, 3, 4). 

SCHLOSSER, MARTHA HEILIG Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN ENGLISH, SOCIAL STUDIES. 



SCHNITZER, MARK C. 



Suffolk, Va. 



A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Zeta Beta Tuu. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; 
Arnold Air Science (3, 4); Carolina Symposium (3); Hillel Foundation 
(I. 3, 3, 4) ; Orientation Counselor (4) ; Student Government Committee 
(4) ; Tennis (1, 3, 4) : University Party (4). 



SCHRADER, CLEMENT VINCENT, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Durham 



SCOBIE, DAVID EVERETT 



North Highlands, Calif. 

3, 4J ; Arnold 

Charlotte 



SCOTT, ELMER GLENN, JR. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. 

SCOTT, JOHN LAYNE 

A.B. IN RELIGION, CHEMISTRY. 

SEARS, JERRY CLARK 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

SECHLER, JOHN JACKSON 

A.B. IN RECREATION ADMINISTRATION. Dormitory Officer (2) ; I.D.C. 
(2. 3); N.R.O.T.C. (1. 2); Westminster Fellowship (2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. 

(1, 2. 3, 4). 



Browns Summit 

Fuquay Springs 

Newton 



SELDEN, WILLIAM W., JR. 



Weldon 

G.M.A.B. (1, 2. 3, 4); Orientation 



SHAFFER, WILLIAM SAMUEL, II 



Greensboro 



A.B. IN ECONOMICS, fiiyma Alpha Epsilon. G.M.A.B. (2); University 
Party (2. 3, 41: Y.M.C.A. (1, 2). 

SHANAHAN, RICHARD JAMES, JR. HendersonviUe 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Clii Phi. Phi Beta Chi. Orientation Counselor (3) ; 
University Party (2. 3, 4) ; Y.M.C.A. (2. 3, 4). 



SHAPIRO, SAMUEL MARTIN 



Washington, D. C. 



A.B. IN MARKETING. Dormitory Oflicer (3, 4): Hillel Foundation (1); 
I.D.C. (3, 4); Intramural Manager (3, 4). 

SHARP, JOHN DAVID Chapel Hill 

B.S. IN PHYSICS. U.N.C. Symphony (1, 2, 3, 4). 



SHELTON, CHARLES B. 



Lookout Mountain, Tenn. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Delta Theta. Canterbury 
Club (1, 2) ; Carolina Symposium (3) ; Class Cabinet (2. 3, 4) ; Monogram 
Club (3, 4) ; N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Order of tlie Old Well (3. 4) : Orienta- 
tion Counselor (2, 3) ; Soccer (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Student Government Committee 
(2, 3) ; University Party (1. 2, 3, 4) ; Y.M.C.A. (1. 2, 3, 4) ; Campus Chest 
(1. 2, 8, 4). 



Lumberton 

Counselor; Uni- 



Hendersonville 



SHEPHERD, LEE McLANEY 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Kappa Kappa Gamma. Orie 
versity Party ; Y.W.C.A. 

SHEPHERD, THOMAS REDMOND 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

SHERRILL, JOHN ANDERSON 

A.B. IX HISTORY. Sir/ma Chi. President. Baseball (1) ; 

(1); Football (1): I.F.C. (3. 4); N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2. i 

Counselor (3. 4); Student Government Committee (1. 2. 3): Llniversity 

Party (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Wesley Foundation (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Y.M.C.A. (1. 2, 3, 4) ; 

Morehead Scholar. 



High Point 



Do 

3, 4) 



SHINN, PAUL ALEXANDER 



Charlotte 



A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Siama Delta Chi. Dailii Tar Heel (3) ; Press Club 
(8, 4); WUNC (4). 

SHOPE, JUDITH ALLEN Charlotte 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. Alpha Delta Pi. 

SIGMON, BECKY A. Conover 

A.B. IN ANTHROPOLOGY. W.A.A. (3); Y.W.C.A. (3). 

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SIMMONS, MYRON PERRY 

A.Ii. I\ HISTORY. 

SIMPSON, CECIL ODELL, JR. 



Leesbure, Va. 



Silver Spring, Md. 



SINGLETARY, ROBERT LOMBARD Wellesley, Mass. 

.^.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Cardboard (1. 2. 3, 4): G.M..\.B. (2): N.R.O.T.C: 
Wesley Foundation (1). 



SKEEN, McDUFFY BROWN Biscoe 

.\.I!. IN ZOOLOCiY. Y.M.C.A. (4). 

SLATTERY, MICHAEL JOSEPH Caldwell, N. J. 



SLOAN, SARAH RICHMOND Chapel Hill 

.A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Kavpn Knppn Gumma. Carolina Symposium (3) : 
University Party (3, 41; W.A.A. (3); Y.D.C. (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 



SMITH, DANA LEE 



Gastonia 



A.B. IN EDUCATION. Delta Delta Delta. Panliellenic Council (4); Stu- 
dent N.E.A. (3, 4); University Party (3, 4): W..\.A. (3. 41: Y.W.C.A. 

(3, 4). 

SMITH, ELAINE CARROLL 

.\.I). IN HISTORY. University Party. 

SMITH, MELBA DONNELL 

H.S. IN MATHEMATICS. 

SMITH, ROBERT HILTON 

I!.S. IN CHEMISTRY. 

SMITH, RONNIE JOE 

A.l). IN SOCIOLOGY. 

SNAVELY, DAN McNEILL 



Asheville 
Morganton 

Durham 

Stanley 
Columbus, Ga. 

n.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Pi Kappa Alpha. N.R.O.T.C. (1. 
2. 3. 4) ; Orientation Counselor (2. 3) ; University Party (1, 2. 3. 4). 

SNELLING, DAVID BARROW, JR. Asheville 

U.S. IN MATHEMATICS. 

SOLOMON, EDWARD DAVID Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Hillel Foundation (I. 2, 3, 4i; Y.M.C.A. (3, 4). 

SOUTHERN, CHESTER WILSON, JR. Walnut Cove 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



SPACH, ROY LEE, JR. Winston-Salem 

B.S. IN Bl'SINESS ADMINISTRATION. SUiiiia Phi Epsiloii. Cardboard 
(1. 2); Orientation Counselor (3. 4); University Party (1. 2, 3. 4); 
G.M.A.B. (1). 

SPAEDER, SUSAN MARY ELIZABETH Decatur, Ga. 

A.B. IN ART HISTORY. Alpha Chi Omeaa. Canterbury Club (3. 4) : Cos- 
mopolitan Club (3); Dormitory Officer (3); University Party (3, 4); 
Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 



SPANGLER, JOSEPH DALE 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Shelby 



SPEARS, JEAN STEWART Lookout Mountain, Tenn. 

A.B. IN RELIGION. Pi Beta Phi. University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. 

(3. 41. 

SPENCER, GWEN GILLASPY Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Alpha Delta Pi. I'nivcrsity Party (3. 41 ; Y.W.C.A. 

(3). 

SPENCER, JAMES CLIFFORD, JR. Asheboro 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Chi Phi. Phi Prtii Chi. Canterbury Club (3. 4); 
Orientation Counselor (3); University Party (1, 2, 3. 4). 



SQUIRES, EMILY HULL 



Alexandria, Va. 



STACKHOUSE, GLENN A., JR. San Francisco, Calif. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Knppa tiiriiiia. Dnilii Tar Heel; Monogram Club; 
Order of Minataurs; Tennis; University Party; Y.M.C.A.; German Club. 



STALLINGS, JOHN GILBERT 



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STAMPS, WILLIAM DAVID 

A.B. IX SOCIOLOGV. Baptist Student Union 
:i. 1); University Party; Y.M.t.A. (1, 2). 

STAPLETON, DONALD RICHARD 



Yanceyville 

I's Glee Club (2, 

Gastonia 



STEPP, OTIS ERNEST, JR. 



U.S. I\ I\I)U.^TiU.\L REL.\TIOXS. Publications Board (3): Student 
.oMTiuiic'i.t (i.niiiiittee (2. :i) : Student Legislature (2. 3); University 

1 ait> (.11 ; ^ .,\r.( .A. (1, 2, 3. 4). 

STARKE, MARY MONCURE Norfolk, Va. 

-\.B. IS EXGLISH. Canterbury Club (3. 4) ; Tennis (3. 4) : Y.D.C. ('3. 4). 

STEPHENSON, MARGARET TARASA Winston-Salem 

A.B. IX EDUCATIOX. Kappa Kappa Gamma. Symphony Orchestra (3); 
Canterbury Club (4) ; G.M.A.B. (4) : Student Government (3. 4) : Student 
i:<'S^'?'"''f (3. *): University Party (3, 4): Women's Glee Club (3i; 
1 .W.C.A. (3. 4). 

Canton 

A.B. IX JOURXALISM. Pi Kappa Phi. A.F.R.O.T.C. (2, 3, 4) ; Daily Tar 
Heel (2): Orientation Counselor (3) ; Press Club (3, 4) ; University Party 
(•i, 4) ; Westminster Fellowsliip (2, 3) ; Y.M.C.A. (2, 3, 4). 

STEVENS, LINDA O'NEIL HuntersviUe 

A.B. IX EDUCATIOX. 

STEWART, JAMES COURTLAND Roxboro 

B-|j IN BUSINESS ADMIXISTRATION. Delta Sigma Pi. I.D.C. (3); 

STIKELEATHER, REBECCA LANE AsheviUe 

A.B. IX HISTORY. Pi Beta Phi. Orientation Counselor (4) ; Student Gov- 
ernment Committee (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 

STINSON, ELINOR KAY Vero Beach, Fla. 

AJB. IX EDUCATIOX. Carolina Women's Council (3, 4); Dormitory 
()flicer (3, 41 ; itudent X.E.A. (4) ; Student Party (3, 4) ; Wesley Founda- 
tion (3, 41 : Women's Residence Council (4). 

STONAKER, ROLAND HUNTLEY, JR. 

Glen Ridge, N. J. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Alpha Kappa Psi. Alpha Phi 
Vmega. Band (1, 2. 3): X.R.O.T.C. (1, 2. 3, 4); Scabbard and Blade (3, 
4): Student Government Committee (2, 3); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2. 3, 41. 

STONEMAN, H. KEITH, JR. Greenville 

A.B. IX HISTORY. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Monogram Club (2, 3. 4); 
Tennis (1, 2, 3, 3. 4), Captain (3); University Party (1, 2, 3, 4). 

STRADER, ANNA CHLOE Winston-Salem 

B.S. IN EDUCATION. Stray Greeks, Sirjma Kappa. Student X.E.A. (4) ; 
Wesley Foundation (4). 



STRETCHER, GEORGE STEWART 

A.B. IX HISTORY. Band (2) ; Dormitory Officer (: 
(1); Westminster Fellowship (1, 2). 

STRICKLAND, CARTER MANLEY Greensboro 

A.B. IX ECOXOMICS. Sigma Chi. Gorgon's Head (3, 4) : University Party 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2. 3, 41; Student Government Committee (2). 

STUART, BURTON WAYNE, JR. 

A.B. IX MATHEMATICS EDUCATION. 



Waynesville 

, 4) ; I.D.C. (4) ; Tennis 



Raleigh 



STURM, THEODORE ALBERT, II Greensboro 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Order of the 
Golden Bear (3); Publications Board (3): University Party (1. 2 3 4); 
Yacketu Yack (1, 2, 3, 41 ; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 8). 

STUVER, GERALD CHARLES Berkeley Heights, N. J. 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIOXS. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 41; Arnold 
Air Society (3. 4) ; Monogram Club (2. 3, 4) : Newman Club (1. 2. 3 4) ; 
liack (1, 2, 3. 4) ; University Party (1, 2) ; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3. 4) ; Cross- 
Country (1. 2, 3, 4). 



SUDDERTH, LINDA LUNDY 



Greensboro 



A.B. IN SPANISH. Delta Delta Delta. University Party (3, 4); W.A.A. 
■" •) ; Westminster Fellowship (3. 4) : Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). 



Snow Hill 



Knoxville, Tenn. 



SUGG, HARRY WALKER 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 

SULLIVAN, WILLIAM ROSS 

A.B. IN EXGLISH. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa. 
Gimghoul (2, 3, 4) ; I.F.C. (1. 2, 3, 4) ; Order of the Grail (3, 4) ; Order of 
the Old Well (3, 4); Orientation Counselor (2, 3); Soccer (1); Student 
Ciovernment Committee (1); University Party (1, 2, 3. 4). 

SUMMERS, ANNE EWING Richmond, Va. 

A.B. IX EDUCATIOX. Kappa Delta. Canterbury Club (4) ; Student N.E.A. 
(3) ; Student Party (3, 4) ; Y.W.C.A. (2, 3, 4). 

SUTHERLAND, ELIZABETH GARRETT Southern Pines 

A.B. IX JOURNALISM. Pi Beta Phi. Canterbury Club (4); Carolina 
Quarteihj (4); Cosmopolitan Club (4): Daily Tar Heel (3); Orientation 
Counselor (4) : Press Club (3. 4) ; University Party (3) ; Y.W.C.A. (3. 4). 

SWAIN, LINWOOD IRA, JR. Washington 

B.S. IN SCIENCE EDUCATIOX. Student N.E.A. (4) ; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2. 3). 

SWEENEY, DENNIS CAMPBELL Harrisburg, Pa. 

en's Glee Club (2, 3, 4); Student 



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SYMONS, ANN CAROLE 



Elizabeth City 



A.H. I\ KLEMKNTARV EDfCATION. Kritnwi Kapjm Cimmii. Student 
N.K.A. (3. I) : I'liiversity I'aity (3, n : V.W.C.A. Ci. 41 : Majorette (3. 4). 

TALMADGE, WILLIAM COFFIN Athens, Ga. 

A.Ii. IX HISTOICI'. 

TANDY, MARY ELIZABETH Arden 

A.H. I\ r,^V( HOI.OdV, I'l.iverslty Tarty : Y.D.C.: Y.W.C.A. 



TAXIS, LYNN CAROL 



Winston-Salem 



A.B. IN p:DI'CATIO\. Carolina Wciniens fountil <4I; Newman CUil) 
(3, 41: Stndent N.E.A. (4); Student Party (3. 4i; V.W.C.A. (3. 4). 

Townsville 



TAYLOR, ANNE CARROLL 



TAYLOR, KATHRYN MOORE Roanoke Rapids 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. AIi>li(i (ianimn Delta. F.T.A. (3. 4): Orientation 
Connnittee (4) ; Panhellenic Council (4) ; Student N.E.A. <3, 4) : Univer- 
sity Party (3. 4) : W.A.A. (3, 4) ; Women's Honor Council (3. 4) ; Yacketn 
Yiiik (3 1 : V.W.C.A. (3, 4). 



TAYLOR, JOHN WILLIAM Harrington, Del. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTKATION. V.M.C.A. (1). 

TEAGUE, ROGER KEITH Hickory 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 

THARIN, BLAKE WILLIAM Greensboro 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. CM. A.B. (4): Newman Club 
(li: Student (;overnnient Committee (4] ; Univer.sity Party (41; V.M.C.A. 
(3. 4). 



THOMAS, AUBREY WOFFORD, JR. Arlington, Va. 

Vu 

THOMAS, GEORGE SHAKER 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

THOMERSON, EMILY CAROLYN 

B.S. IN .MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. V.W.C.A. (3). 

THOMPSON, CYRUS BRADFORD 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. 

THOMPSON, JAMES CECIL 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. 

THOMPSON. LOIS MARIE G. Arlington, Va. 

A.li. IN EDUC .\ri()N. Stmlent N.E.A. (4) ; Student Party (3i ; V.D.C. I3i. 



versity Choru.s ( I) : 
Farm\ ille 

Durham 

Richlands 
HiUsboro 



THOMPSON, LYNN ELIZABETH 



Atlanta, Ga. 



A.B. IN EDUCATION, rhl (inirmi. Student N.E.A. (.3. 4): Student Party 
(3. 4); University Party (3. H ; V.W.C.A. (3. 4); Yack Court; Home 
coming Court. 

THOMPSON, MARY LUCY 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Orientation Counselor (4); Student N.E..\. (3, 4); 
University Party (3. 4); V.W.C.A. (3, 4). 



Abingdon, Va. 



THOMPSON, ROBERT BUIE 

B.S. IN ACCOUNTING. 



Raleigh 



THOMPSON, ROBERT LeGRANDE 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT. 

TIEDEMAN, nancy LYNN 

B.S. IN SOCIOLOGY. RECREATION. Canterbury Club (2); Carolina 
Symposium (2); Women's Honor Council (3); W..\.A. (3); Ansel Flight 
(2. 3. 4). Connnander (3i ; Dorjnitory Officer (3) ; Class Cabinet (21. 



Charlotte 



Birmingham, Mich. 



TINKLER, JOHN BRUCE 



Cliffside 
A.B. IN HISTORY. Dormitory Officer (1): University Party a, 2. 3. 4). 



TIPS, ROBERT KERN 



TOCCE, HARRY VINCENT, JR. 



Houston, Texas 



Norfolk, Va. 



TOWNSEND, JERRY LYNN Elizabethtown 

.s/,(;i„i;. Canterbury Club (3. 1); V.M.C.A. 

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TOWNSEND, WILLIAM HUGH 



Skaneateles, N. Y. 



A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Delta Dpsilon. Canterbury Club (1); VaruUim 
Hiiiirlhook (2. 3); Publications Board (2, 3, -t) : Student Tiirtv (3. i); 
V.D.C. (2, 3. 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). 

TOWNSON, GRACE WINIFRED Edenton 

A. 11. IN KLK.MKNTAKV EDl'CATION. Chi Omnj,,. 

TRAINER, MICHAEL GENE Bethesda, Md. 

U.S. IN lUSIXESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Kiii>l>'i f^iom". 

TRUEBLOOD, REGINALD GORDON Elizabeth City 

U.S. IN ITBLIC HEALTH. Epsiloti Pi Eta. Atphri Beta (luiiniia. Baptist 
Student Cnion (4l; Co.smopolitan Club (1); K.T..\. (1): Student N.E.A. 
(1); National Seienee Foundation (1). 

TRULL, JAMES LARRY 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Vhi Phi. Phi Hrta Chi 
Student I'nion (1); Orientation Counselor (3i: Triuk (1); I' 
Tarty (1, 2. 3. 4). 

TSAGANOS, MICHAEL GEORGE 

.\.H. IN SPANISH. 



Monroe 



Wilmington 



TUCKER, JOHN STANLEY 



TULL, MARILYN MARKELL 

A.B. IN HISTORY. 

TUNSTALL, JOAN ELIZABETH 



Charlotte 

i (dee (Tub (1. 2) ; 

Chapel Hill 
Blackstone, Va. 

on Cimn>elor (4); 



TURNBULL, KATHERINE LAWRENCE 



Greenville, Del. 



\.H. IN HISTORY. Y.W.C.A. (31 



TURNER, JOSEPH GRAHAM, JR. 



Durham 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Alpha Tan Omeoa. Baptist Student Union (1. 2, 3. 4) : 
Baseball (1); I.F.C. (4); Orientation Counselor (4): University Party 
(1. 2, 3, 4); Y.D.C. (1); Y.M.C.A. (I. 2. 3. 4). 



TURNER, WILLIAM CLARK, JR. 



Reidsville 



.\.B. IN ENlil.ISH. U.N.C. Mai 



TUTHILL, WALTER WARREN, JR. Madison, N. J. 

B.S. IN .\CCOUNTIN(;. Canterbury Club (1, 2. 31; Student Party (3. 4i. 



TUTTEROW, KENNETH ERVIN 

B.S. IN ACCOUNTING. 

TUTTLE, JAY ROBERT 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. 

TUTTLE, ROLAND LUTHER, JR. 



Greensboro 
PhoenixviUe, Pa. 



Winston-Salem 

Orientation Counselor 



TYLER, ANNE MADISON Durham 

A.H. IN EDUCATION. Student N.E.A. (3. l); I'niversity Party 13. li. 

TYNDALL, JOHN RAYMOND Kernersville 

H.S. IN CHEMISTRY. 

UNDERWOOD, DAVID POLLOCK Charlotte 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Sifiiiia Chi. Phi Eta Sigma. Gorgons Head i I.F.C. 
(1. 2. 3. 4). Court (3). C'hairnian (4) ; Orientation Counselor (3) : Student 
Government Committee (2) : University Party (1. 2. 3. 4). 

UNDERWOOD, ELAINE WILLCOX Sanford 

A.B. IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. Student N.E.A. (4): University 
Party (3). 

VALLIANOS, BESSIE TOULA Wilmington 

A.B. IN MATHK.MATICS. Wilmington Collefse Annual. Busine.ss Man- 



VAN ORMAN, CHANDLER LEE 



Alexandria, Va. 



A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Sioiiia Alpha Epsilnii. Class Cabinet (3): 
Dance Committee (2. 3. 4), Chairman (4); Football (1. 2. 31; G.M.A.B. 
(21 : Soccer (4) ; Track (1, 3. 4) ; University Party (1. 2. 3) : WUNC (3) ; 
German Club (2). 



VAN PELT, DAVID SPENCER 



Tenafly, N. J. 



B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta l-psili,ii. President. 
G.M.A.B. (2); I.F.C. (1. 2. 3. 41; N.R.O.T.C. (1. 2. 3. 41; Student Legis- 
lature (2); Student Party {2. 3. 4). 

VAN VLAANDEREN, JUDEE TODD Rid^ewood, N. J. 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOliY. Pi Beta Phi. Class Cabinet (3); Orientation Com- 
mittee (3); Panbellenic Council (4); Student Government Committee 
(4); University Party (3, tl; Y.W.C.A. (3). 

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VAUGHN, JAMES GRAHAM FayetteviUe 

B.S. IN ACCOUNTING. Alpha Kapiia Psi. 

VEATCH, ROBERT LOWELL Setauket, N. Y. 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. 

VENTERS, MARGARET GAYLE Jacksonville 

A B. IN EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi. Carolina Symposium (3) : Panliellenic 
Council (3, 4): Student N.E.A. (4); University Party (3._ 4); \\^.L.A. 
(4) : Student Government Committee (4) ; Miss Modern Venus (J). 



VERMILYA, ROBERT ALLEN 

A.B. IN HISTORY. 

VINROOT, RICHARD ALLEN 



Winston-Salem 



Charlotte 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Phi Delta Theto. Basketball i3 
4) : Monogram Club (3. 4) ; Order of the Golden Fleece (3. 4) ; Order ot 
the Grail (3, 4) : Order of the Old Well (3, 4) : Class President (3. 4). 

VINSON, CAROL DAVID 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 



Murfreesboro 



WACHS, MARVIN DENNIS Pittsboro 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Student Party (4) ; Y.D.C. (4) ; Order of the Golden 
Bear (3). 

WADDELL, COLE Lancaster, S. C. 

A.B. IN ART. Pi Alpha Lambda Sigma. Carolina Handbook <3. *>; 
Carolina Plavmakers (2, 3. 4); Carolina Quarterly (4): Class Cabinet 
(3, 4) ; Ct.M.-\'.B. (2, 3. 4) ; Lutheran Student .\ssociation (2) : Orientation 
Counselor (3); Parlance (2); Student Legislature (3): Student Govern- 
ment Committee (3): University Party (3. 4); WUNC (2, 3); lacket;/ 
Yack (4): Y.M.C.A. (21. 

WAGNER, JAMES RICHARD Knoxville, Tenn. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Carolina Playmakers (2. 3, 4) ; Daihi Tar 
Heel (4) ; Di-Phi Society (4) ; Lutheran Student Association ( 1. 2. 3, 4) ; 
Parlance (2); Student"Government Committee (4); University Chorus 
(2, 3): Y'.M.C.A. (2, 3, 4). 



WALDMAN, ROBERT DAVID 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. DaiW Tar Heel (21 
(1) ; Tennis (1) ; Yacketu Tack (4). 

WALKER, ELIZABETH ANNE 

A.B. IN POLITIC.\L SCIENCE. Chi Omega. Carolina Forum (3, 4) ; Class 
Cabinet (3, 41 ; Panhellenic Council (4) : Student Government Committee 
(4): Student Party (3. 4); Valkyries (3. 4): 
Dook Court. 



Cheyenne, Wyo. 

Hillel Foundation 

Jacksonville, Fla. 



Junior Marshal: Beat 



WALKER, JESSIE ANNA LEE 

B.S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. 

WALKER, TONY WILLIAM 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. A.F.R.O.T.C. (I. 
Society (2, 3, 4) ; Scabbard and Blade (4). 

WALKER, WILLIAM RAY 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Y.M.C.A. (4). 

WALLACE, KELLEY, JR. 

B.S. IN MEDICINE. Phi Chi. 

WALLACE, LILLIAN ELIZABETH 



Lillineton 



Lenoir 

I ; .\rnold Air 

Sims 
Greenville 

Shelby 

A.B. IN SECONDARY EDUCATION. Pi Beta Phi. Class Cabinet (4); 
N.S..\. (3. 4): Orientation Counselor (4); Student Government Com- 
mittee (3. 4): Student Legislature (3); Student N.E.-\. (41: Student 
Party. 

WALLACE, SUE CREECH Durham 

A.B. IN MUSIC. University Chorus (3): Choral Club (4). 

WALLER, DORIS JEAN 

B.S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. 

WALLER, ELIZABETH COZART 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Pi Beta Phi. University Party (3, 4): Y.W.C.A. 
4) ; Student Government Committee (3, 4). 



Kannapoli: 



Durham 



WALTERS, MARY RUTH 



Atlanta, Ga. 



A B. IN CHEMISTRY. Pi Beta Phi. Class Cabinet (3. 4) : Orientation 
Counselor (4): University Party (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 



WARD, ELIZABETH DOUGLAS 



Lumberton 



A.B. IN ENGLISH EDUCATION. Delta Delta Delta. F.T.A. (3, 4) : Orien- 
tation Counselor (4); Student N.E..\. (4); University Party (3. 4): 
W.A.A. (3. 4) ; Y.W.C.A. (3, 4). 



WARD, JOHN D. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY. Sigma Mu Sig 

WARD, SCOTT DEAN 

A.B. IN FRENCH. 

WARE, MARK RUDISILL 



Nakina 
Zircoma 
Kannapoli: 



.\.B. IN EDUCATION. Dormitory (Mieer (3): Student N.E..\. (3, 4); 
Y.D.C. (4). 

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WARREN, WILLIAM DALE Taylorsville 

A.B. IN HISTORY. 

WATERS, ALAN RUFUS Bracken, Ireland 

B.S. IN BISINESS ADMINISTRATION. Cosmopolitan Club (1, 2, 3). 

WATSON, THOMAS CRAIG, JR. Gastonia 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Beta Thefa Pi, President. I.F.C. 

II) ; Universit)- Party (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Y.M.C.A. (1, 2, 3, 4). 

WEARNE, JUDITH LEE Arlington, Va. 

B.S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. Band (4). 

WEAVER, JOHN WILLIAM Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Dcltn Phi Alpha. Track (1). 

WEAVER, ROY ELLIS Boone 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. 

WEBB, JOSEPH CHESHIRE Raleigh 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Phi Delta Theta. Class Cabinet (4i; Order of 
Beanbirds 13. 4); Track (1): University Party (1. 2. 3. 4i. 



WEBER, JON GOULD 

A.B. IN HISTORY. .Sf. Authimi/ HnW^Cardboard (1. 2); Caroli 
(3. 4): Carolina Svmposiu 
(3. 4) ; Monogram Club (2 
(1. 2. 3, 41: Track (4) ; 'V 
(I. 2, 3, 4) ; Y.R.C. (4 1 : F( 



New York, N. Y. 

..1. ,_aiuijuaiu (1. 2); Carolina Forum 
... . : Cosmopolitan Club (3, 4); G.M.A.B. 
, 4); Student Party (1. 2. 3. 4): SwimminK 
;tminster Fellowship (1, 2. 3, 4) ; Y.M.C.A. 
ine Team (3, 4i. 



WEDLER, FREDERICK CHARLES O., JR. Greensboro 

B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Bptn Theta Pi. Alpha Chi Sigvui, Delta Phi Alpha. 
Canterbury Club (I. 2. 3) ; Carolina Symposium (1, 3. 41 ; Cosmopolitan 
Club (4) ; Order of the Old Well (3. 4) : Orientation Counselor (2. 3. 4) ; 
Student Government Committee (3, 4); University Party (1. 2, 3. 4); 
Y.M.C.A. (2, 3. 41. 

WEEKS, JAMES BARNES Newton Grove 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Mens Honor Council (2): Order of the 
Old Well (3. 41; Orientation Counselor (31; Student Government Com- 
mittee (2) ; Student Legislature (3) ; Student Party (i. 2. 3. 4) ; Society 
of Janus (3, 4). 

WEGEREK, DAVE Montreal, Canada 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE WITH HONORS. WUNC (1, 2, 3); 
WUNC-TV (2, 3, 4). 

WEINSTEIN, ROBERT ALAN Colonia, N. J. 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Baseball (4) ; Dormitory Officer (2) ; 
N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2, 3, 4): Fencing Team. 

WEISS, EDWARD LEWIS Norfolk, Va. 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Tai( Kpsilnu Phi. Hillel Foundation (1. 2. 3. 4); 
Student Party (3, 4); University Parts' <1. 2); WUNC (4); Yackety 
Yark (4). 

Winston-Salem 

Dormitory Officer (1, 



WELBORN, BARRY McNEIL 



Ashe\'ille 
(1) ; Carolina Symposiun 



WELCH, JOHN BRUCE 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Baptist Student Uni( 

m: Dormitory OflRcer (1. 2. 3i; fi.M.A.B. (3. 41; l.D.C. (2. 3. 4); Order 
of the Grail (3. 4) ; Order of the Old Well (3. 4) ; Orientation Counselor 
(2. 3); Student Government Committee (31 : Student Legislature (2. 3. 
4); Student Party (3. 4); Yacketu Yuck (1); Y.M.C.A. (2 1; Society of 
.lanus (2. 3. 41; .\Iorehead Scholar. 

WELCH. SANDRA HARMON Salisbury 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Dnilii Tar Heel (3) ; Orientation Counselor (4> ; 
Student Party (4i; Westminster Fellowship (3. 41. 



WELLING, ALFRED FRANKLIN, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

WELLS, GEORGE RICHARD 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. Orientation Counselor (4i ; 
ship (1. 2, 3. 4). 



Matthew* 



Winston-Salem 
Westminster Fellow- 



WELLS. WILLIAM SMITH Chapel Hill 

A.B. IN HISTORY. Beta Theta Pi. Canterbury Club (1, 2, 3. 4); Daily 
Tar Heel (1) ; N.R.O.T.C. (1, 2. 3. 4) ; Orientation Counselor (2. 4) ; Scab- 
bard and Blade (3. 4) ; Student Government Committee (I. 4) ; Swimming 
(I. 2. 31 ; University Party (2. 3i; Y.M.C.A. (3. 41. 

WEST, PETER DESPARD Annapolis, Md. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Canterbury Club (1, 2, 3); N.R.O.T.C. (1. 2, 3. 4); 
Scabbard and Blade (3. li ; Student CJovernment Committee (4). 

WHEELER, GRANT WALTON Needham, Mass. 

.\.B. IN ENGLISH. Delta Kappa Epsilon. Class Cabinet (I); Gorgon's 
" ■■ (1. 2. 3); Order of the Grail; Orientation 



WHELESS, DWIGHT HERNARD High Pomt 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Amphoterothen (3. 4); Men's Glee Club 
II. 2); Order of the (iolden Fleece (3. 4); Order of the Grail (3. 4); 
Order of the Old Well (3. 4) ; Student Government Committee (1. 2. 3. 4) ; 
Student Legislature (1, 2. 3); Student Party (1, 2. 3, 4); Society of 
Janus (3, 4). 

WHICKER. STEPHEN MAXWELL China Grove 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. 

WHISNANT, RALPH BENJAMIN Lenoir 



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WHISNANT, WILLIAM PRESTON Gastonia 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Men's Honor Council (2, 3): Student 
Government Committee (3); Student Leaislature (2 1; Student Party 
(2. 3. i). 

WHISONANT, DON STUART Lincolnton 

\B IS EN(;LISH Diirniitorv Officer (2, 3): I.D.C. (2, 3); Orientation 
Counselor (2. 3. 41; Westminster Fellowsliip (1. 2, 3. 1); WUNC (11; 
V.D.C. (II ; Y.M.C.A. (1. 2. 3, 4). 

WHITAKER, BARRY WAYNE 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. V.D.C. (3. i). 



WHITE, JERRY DEAN 

A.B. IN FRENCH EDUCATION. Baptist Student Uni. 
Glee Club (1. 2, 1): University CIkuus (3). 

WHITE, MARY STUART 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Knppri Klippa Gamma. O 
University Party (3, i) : V.W.C.A. (3, 1). 

WHITE, PAUL GASTON, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. I.D.C. 



YoungsviUe 
Hobbsville 

, (3, n; Men's 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
ion Counselor ( II ; 

Dunn 

Troy 
Scotland Neck 



WHITE, RALPH LAWRENCE, JR. 

B.S. IN CHEMISTRY. Y.M.C.A. (3. I). 

WHITE, SPENCER WOMMACK 

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

WHITE, THOMAS JACKSON, III Kinston 

\ B IN ENGLISH. Iitllii Kappa Kpsihai. President. Canterbury Club (1, 
2 3)- C.irolina Svniposiuni (H; Class Cabinet (1); Daih/ Tnr Heel (2. 
3) ■ I F <■ ( 1) ■ Men's Honor Council (3) ; Order of the Old 'Well (3, I) ; 
Orientation Counselor (21; Soccer (1, 2. 3); Student Government Com- 
mittee (2. :ii; Track (11; University Party (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. (1. 2. 
3) ; Morehead Schol.ir. 

WHITFIELD, SANDRA BRYANT Martinsville, Va. 

A B. IN ENGLISH. ANTHROPOLOGY. Band (3. 4); Cosmopolitan Clnb 
(3); Orientation Counselor (4); Student Party (41; University Part) 
(3); -WUNC (3): Y'.'W.C.A. (3). 

WHITLOCK. DIANE ELIZABETH Bennettsville, S. C. 

A.B IN KNId.lSH EDUCAI'ION. Stuilent N.E.A. (3. 4); 'W'.A.A. (3. tl; 
■Westminster Fellowship (II; V.W.C.A. (3. I). 



WHITLOCK, PAUL WILSON, JR. 

A.B. IN HISTORY. V.D.C. 



Salisbury 



WHITTLE, ANDREW HEATH, JR. Davidson 

A.B IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION, Monogram Club (3, 41; Track (1. 2, 
3, 41 ; Wes'tminster Fellowship (I. 2, 3, 4). 

WILKES, JAMES RENWICK, III Charlotte 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Student Party (II; Y'.D.C. (41. 

WILLIAMS, MITCHELL LAMAR 

A.B. IN MATHEMATICS. RELUilON. 



Crestview, Fla. 



Washington, D. C. 



WILLIAMS, NEIL KERWIN 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. 

WILLIAMS, PAUL JONATHAN Weston, Conn. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Cosmopolitan Club (II; Y.M.C.A. (1. 21. 

WILLIAMS, SARA JANE Pelham 

A.B. IN ENGLISH EDUCATION. Carolina Women's Council (3); Dor- 
mitory Officer (3): Student Party (3, 4); University Chorus (3. 4); 
We.sley Foundation (3, 4). 



WILLIAMS, THOMAS BAKER Nashville 

B.S. IN SCIENCE EDUCATION. Baptist Student Union il. 2, 3, 4); 
Cosmopolitan Club (4) ; Society of Janus (1. 2, 3. 41. 

WILLIAMSON, GLENN IRVIN, JR. Clemmons 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

WILLIAMSON, YATES Carthage 

A.B. IN HISTORY. 

WILLIFORD, MARIANNA FayetteviUe 

.\.B. IN EDUC.\TION. Dormitory Officer (11. 

WILLIMAN, JOSEPH PAUL Charleston, S. C. 

A.B. IN FRENCH. Caialiiia (Jaartrrli/ (1, 2. 31 ; Dormitory Officer (1. 21 ; 
Newman Club (1. 2, 3, 41. 

WILLIS, BENJAMIN SHEPPARD, IR, Winston-Salem 

B.S. IN BUS1NK.<'^ .\l)MlNISrR.\ mix. /■•/'" k'nppn Kii.-<iha,. (aiitcr- 
burv Club; Carolina Svnl|iosiuni i :i i ; Chi" C:iIiiim'I III; Ihnhi Tar Hr.l 
(1, 2) ; Orientation CMliimittce ( 11 ; ( Iriciitatiuii Cciiiiiscliir (31 : I'iiiversitv 
Party (1. 2, 3. 4| ; Y.M.C.A.; Honors Prostram (1. 21. 



WILLSON, LEROY MONTGOMERY, JR. 

A.B. IN CHEMISTRY'. 

WILSON, AUGUSTUS DEAN 

A.B. IN PSYCHOLOGY. 

WILSON, CLYDE NORMAN, JR. 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Dallii Tar Heel (3. 1) : Y'.R.C. (4) 

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Oxford, Ga. 
Greensboro 
Greensboro 





WILSON, THORNTON ROGERS, JR. Roanoke Rapids 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Football (li. 

WINDHAM, CHARLES RICHARD Greensboro 

A.B. IN ENCLISH. Sii/ina Phi Epxihm, I'reskleiit. r,in,li,in Qimrlrrlii 
or (3. i): Publications Board (2); University 

WINNER, DENNIS JAY Ashevilie 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Pi" Lambda Phi, President. I.F.C. (2, 3, 4) ; Orien- 
tation Counselor (4) ; University Party (2, 8, 4) ; Honors Program (1. 2i. 

WINTERS, HAROLD VERNON Morganton 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. AV;;j/)n Alijlin. Carolina Symposium (3): Class 
Cabinet (I. 2i; Student C.overnment Committee (2. 3. 4); University 
Pai-ty (I, 2. 31. 

WINTERS, JIMMY GRAY Rocky Mount 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. A.F.R.O.T.C. (1): Y.D.C. (3, 4). 

WISHON, BRENDA FAY Raleigh 

B.S. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY. 

WOLFE, JAMES LAWRENCE Southport 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

WOLFE, MARTHA NEILSON Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. IN SOCIOLOGY. AUilia Ilrltn Pi. G.M.A.B. (3. 4) : Orientation Coun- 
selor (4): Panliellenic Council (1): Student Government Committee (4); 
University Party (3, 4): Westminster Fellowship (3): Women's Resi- 
dence Council (3). 

Spartanburg, S. C. 

A.B. IN EDUCATION. Kappa Kappa (iamma. President. Panliellenic 
Council (11 ; University Party (3, 4); W.A.A. (3. 4): Y.W.C.A. (3, 4); 
Cirolina Sweetheart (3. 4). 



WOMACK, FLORA JANE 



WOODEN, WARREN W. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. Dormitory Otiicer (2 

WOODWARD, BETTY GAIL 



Raleigh 

I.D.C. (2, 31. 

North Wilkesboro 

Cabinet (4) : Panhelle 



B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Kappri Delta. CI 

Council (4) ; Student Government (3. 4) ; Student Party (3, 4) ; Y.W.C.-\. 

(3. 4); Carolina Sweetheart (3. 4). 

WOODWARD, SUSAN HOLLY Fredericksburg, Va. 

A.B. IN ENGLISH. .4lplia Delta Pi. Canteiburv Club (3, 41: Student 
Government (3. 4); University Party (3. 41: Women's Residence Coun- 
cil: Y.W.C.A. 



Chapel Hill 
Clinton 

■i. A.F.R.O.T.C. 



WOOTTON, VIRGINIA IRIS 

A.B. IN EDl'CATION. 

WORLEY, GEORGE WILLIAM, JR. 

B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Delta fiiini 
(11 ; Y.D.C. (1). 

WORTH, JULIA ANDREWS Raleigh 

\.l!. IN ENGLISH EDUCATION. Chi Omega. Angel Flight (3. 4); 
1 -W.l .A. (3. 4). 

WORTH, THOMAS CLARKSON, JR. Raleigh 

A.B. IN ECONOMICS. Plii Delta Thetn. 

WORTH INGTON, JAMES LEE Wilmington 

B.S. IN MATHE-MATICS. Ba.seball (3, 4): Student Party (3); Wesley 
Foundation (3. 4). 

WUAMETT, WILLIAM VERNON 



WYSONG, DAVID ANDREW 



Cleveland 



Hickory 



YATES, RALPH LEE Gastonia 

B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. Baptist Student Union (1. 4): N.R.O.T.C. (1. 



YATES, STEPHEN KEITH 



Sarver, Pa. 

Football (1, 2. 3. 4) ; Mono- 



YELVERTON, WILLIAM FRISBY 



Arlington, Va. 

A.B. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Chi Psi. Baseball (1); Orientation Coun- 
selor (2. 11; Y.R.C. (2. 3. 4); Y.M.C.A. (1, 2. 3. 4). 

YODER, JEAN CARMAN Hickory 

A.B. IN JOURNALISM. Carolina Women's Council (41 ; Dailii Tar Heel 
(3. 4) : Dormitory (Itiicer (41 ; Orientation Counselor (4) ; Press Club (3. 
4) : Publications Board ( ll ; Student Government Committee (4) : Student 
Legislature (3. 4) : University Party (3. 41 ; Order of the Old Lampshades 
(3. 4) : Order of tlie Fronis {4i. 



YOUNG, STEPHEN WILEY 

A.B. IN ZOOLOGY. Sirima Phi Epsiloii. Un 



Angier 

Y.M.C.A. 



New City, N. Y. 
Xii. Football (1. 2. 3. 4) : 



ZABACK, ROBERT JOSEPH 

B.S. IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. 
.Monogram Club (2, 3. 41. 

ZALK, RICHARD ALAN Great Neck, N. Y. 

U.S. IX BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. Tau Epsilon Phi. Class Cabinet 
' :i. 1 1 : Hailu Tar Heel (2, 3, J) ; Hillel Foundation (1, 2, 3, 4) : Yaeketi/ 

Vurk ,:!, 4). 

ZIMMERMAN, GEORGE MACAULEY Greenville, S. C 



A.M. IN iiisroitv. 

Ilrieiitati.iii ( nunselor 
Tennis (1, 2. 3. 4) ; Uni' 



m Club (2. 3. 4): N.R.O.T.C. (1. 2, _, ... 
; Student Ciovernment Committee (3. 4) : 
lity Party (I). 



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OFFICERS 



CHARLIE SHAFFER 

President 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Joan Haley, Social Chairman; Woody Harrison, Vice-President; Bonnie Hoyle, Secretary; Ann Eskridge. Treasurer. 




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CLRSS OF 1964 



Ada 



Ro 



emary Ward. Erwin 
Adams. Carlton Noble. Jr., Winston-Salen 
Adams, Charles Preston. Rocky Mount 
Adams. John Delyolt, Benson 
Alderman. James Blane. III. Coatesville. I 
Aldrich, Michael Edward, Bryn Mawr. Pa 



Aldrldge, James Preston. Jr., Vanceyville 
Alexander, Emilie Eleanor, Swannanoa 
Alexander. John Augustine. Dallas. Texas 
Alexander. John Palmer. Alexandria. Va. 
Alexander, Mildred Ann, Kannapolis 
Algary, Kathryn Amanda. Asheville 



Allen, Mitchell Ferris. III. Jacksonville 
Alien, Robert Trawick. Charlotte 
Allen, Toni. Washington. D. C. 
Alphin. William Jackson. Mt. Olive 
Anapol. Judith Eileen. Portsmouth. Va. 
Anderson. Jane Anna. Pompano Beach. Fla 



Andes, Willard Abe. Miami Shores. Fla. 
Andrews, Kearney Hill, Chapel Hill 
Angell, John Paul. Salisbun.- 
Ansley, Carole. Jacksonville. Fla. 
Appell. Albert Gordon. New York. N. Y. 
Arey. Carol Ann. Heidelberg. Germany 



Arey, William Jackson. Shelby 
Atkins. Betty Ruth. Louisburg 
Auman, William Thomas. Asheboro 
Ausbon, Carolyn Anne, Tarboro 
Avery, Marie Land, Staiesville 
Aycock, Edwin Burtis, Jr., Greenville 



Ayers, Jere Adams. Greensboro 
Bagby, John English. Chapel Hill 
Baggett. Lee McLeod. Mineola, N, 
Bagwell, Donald Tex. Raleigh 
Bailey, Robert Henry, Raleigh 
Bailey, Samuel Todd. Wendell 



Bare, George Harlow, Ft. Knox. Ky. 
Barefoot, Irving. Clarkton 
Barefoot. Willie Ronald. Newton Grove 
Barker, George Andrew. Arlington. Va. 
Barlow. Richard Dean. North Wilkesboro 
Barnes. Ospy Dennis. Rocky Mount 



Barnes. Ralph Spencer, Jackson 
Barnett. Marvin Hugh. Jr., Pantego 
Barrett. Richard John, Swannanoa 
Batchelor. Sandra Faye, Scotland Neck 
Battle. Betsy Elaine, Andrews 
Battle. Charles Henrv. Jr., Miami, Fla. 



Bauer, William Henry. West Orange. N. 
Bauguess, Dave Eugene. Winston-Salem 
Baxter. Karen J., Charlotte 
Bayerle. Barrie Lea, Arlington. Va. 
Baz. Douglas Carlos, New York. N. Y. 
Beach, Neil Douglas, Lenoir 



Beck. Priscilla Suzanne. Morehead City 
Bell, Daniel M.. Jacksonville, Fla. 
Bellamy. Ehzabeth Sibley, Wilmington 
Bender, Harold Johnson, Winston-Salem 
Bennett, Robert Beaie, Chevy Chase, Md. 
Bensch, George William, Raleigh 



Berkley. M. Faye. Chapel Hill 
Bernstein, Jeffrey Alan, Suffolk, Va. 
Berrier. Clifton Ray. Jr.. Greensboro 
Best. Betty Booker, Richmond, Va. 
Best, Frances Ruth, Wilmington 
Bevier, Waller Raymond, Gcldsboro 




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Binders, Rebecca Gwynn. Charlotte 
Bissei:. Michael S.. Ponta Vedra Beach, Fla 
Blackwell, Michael Clltus. Gastonia 
Blalie. Gerald Wayne, Jacksonville 
Bland. Charles Everette. Louisburg 
Bliimherg, Sam. Jr., Dothan, Ala. 
Bogache, William Kent, Myrtle Beach, S. C 

Bond, Carolyn McNeill, Lumberton 
Boone, William Shelton, Castalia 
Borneman. Elizabeth Morris, Wilmington 
Boswell, Carl Joe, Stantonsburg 
Boswell, Robert Frederick. Jr,, Newport 
Botzis, Peter Archie, Sanford 
Bourne, Louis Milton. Alexandria, Va. 



Bowen, John Melvin, Williamston 
Bowcrman, William Roger, Chapel Hill 
Bowman, Bryon Lee, Mt. Airy 
Boxley. John MacLachlan, Raleigh 
Bradley, Georgia Carolyn, Columbia, S. C. 
Brady, Janice Arlene, Takoma Park, Md. 
Bragunier, William Edwin, Tenafly, N. J. 

Bramley. Richard A., Alexandria, Va. 
Branon, Rovy Frost, Jr., Charlotte 
Brewer, James Clark, Greenville 
Brewer, Michael Alexander, Louisburg 
Bricklemyer. Eugene C. Jr., Orangeburg, S. C. 
Bridgers. Lanny B., Jackson 
Bridgford. Dershie B., Sheridan, Wyo. 

Brisson, Jayne Melvin, Dublin 
Broadway, Glenda Gail, Lexington 
Brock, Frank Acree, Lookout Mtn., Tenn. 
Brock. Jimmy Lewis, Mount Olive 
Brody, Edward William. Jr., Charlotte 
Brooks, Harry Dean, Wilmington 
Brooks, Thomas Eugene, Lisbon, Ohio 

Brown, Barbara Jean, Goldsboro 

Brown, Betty Ruth, Elkin 

Brown. Charles Palmer, Albemarle 

Brown, Helen Elizabeth. Raleigh 

Brown, Hobson, Jr.. Harwinton. Conn. 

Brown. Nolan Gray. Boonville 

Brown. Sandra Elizabeth, Rocky Mount 

Bruhwel, Bruce Arthur. Charlotte 
Brunson. William Davidson. Jr.. Charlotte 
Bryant. William Dixon. Kenbridge. Va. 
Bryson. Jane Kalips. Durham 
Buchanan. Victor Wayne. Greensboro 
Buie. Bradley McCallum. Red Springs 
Buie. Lawrence Christopher. Maxton 



Bullard. Molly Ann. Fayetteville 
Bumgardner. David Richard. West Jcffer: 
Bunce. Audrey Gayle, Stedman 
Bunce, Bobby Gene, Fayetteville 
Bimdy, Thomas William, High Point 
Bunn, Turner Battle, HL Wilson 
Burkhaller, George Anton, Charlotte 

Burnette, Betsy Cameron, Durham 
Burns, Joseph Allen, Charlotte 
Burns, Richard John, Roselle, N. J. 
Burns. Robert Henry, HL Whiteville 
Burroughs, Jon Michael, Goldsboro 
Burt. Edward Ramsey, Biscoe 
Butler, Billy Gene, Roanoke Rapids 



Butler, Gerrie Jane. Oreland. Pa. 

Butler. Judith Ann. Wilmington 

Butner. Howard Eugene. Jr.. Winston-Salem 

Bynum. Edwin C. Jr.. Stantonsburg 

Byrum. William Ritchey. Asheville 

Cagle. Janet Yvonne. Sylva 

Caines. Billy Joe. Wilmington 



Cantrell, Nancy E.. Auburn, Ala. 
Carlin, Arlene Nancy. Charlotte 
C'arnes. Virginia Hardisty. Atlanta 
C'arr. George Watts. HL Durham 
Carr. James Osborn, Jr.. Wallace 
Carr. Matthew Lawrence. Wilson 
Carrere, Mary Ellis. New Orleans. 



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Carroll. Barry Gwyn. Winston-Salem 
Carroll, William Singleton, Durham 
Carter, Dewey Gaston. Burlington 
Carter. Robert Love. St. Pauls 
Carver. Charles Brooks, Roxboro 
Case, Willard Alan. Asheville 
Cassels, John Ritch, Charlotte 



Cathey. Kenneth Howard, Canton 
Cathey. Vivian Lee. East Point. Ga. 
Chandler. John Edward. IIL Greensboro 
Chatham, Raymond Hunt, lU. Lawson. Mo 
Cheatham. Judith Carol. Franklinton 
Cheek, Jack Allan. Jr., Greensboro 
Cherry. Robert Leo, Chapel Hill 

Childress, Sondra Leigh, Greensboro 

Chilton. James Benny, Westfield 

Chinnis, Charles S.. Raleigh 

Christopher. Donald Wayne. Nashville. Ten 

Church, George Franklin. Purlear 

Church, John D., Shelby 

Clapp. George William. Greenville 

Clark. Mary Laurens. Fayetteville 

Clark. Norwood Graham. Wilmington 

Clark. Thomas B.. Greensboro 

Clifford. Locke Turner. Ware Shoals. S. C. 

Clifton. John Durward. Faison 

Cline. Ann Marie. Gold Hill 

Cline, Julius Danny, Hickory 

Cockerham, Ann Lucile. Winston-Salcm 
Coenen. Anne Frederic. Chapel Hill 
Cogdill. Jane Linda, Asheville 
Cohen. Mel Lenard. Morganton 
Coker. Fay Hensley, Canton, Ga. 
Coleman, Nancy Jane. Sparta. Ga. 
Coley, Harvey Turner. Rocky Mount 



Collins, Wesley William. Columbus. Ga. 
Cone. Benjamin. Jr., Greensboro 
Connell, Ralph E.. Raleigh 
Conner. Cecil Clair. Jr.. Greensboro 
Conrad. John William. High Point 
Constanlin, Donald C Huntington, L.L. N. 
Cook, Wendy Lucilla. Kenmore, N. Y. 

Cooke. Mike B., Mount Airy 

Cooper. Bruce Stephen, Winston-Salem 
Corlright. John Allyn, Hamlet 
Couch, Carol Trimble. Wilson 
Couch. Lindon Gregory, Granite Falls 
Covington. Cathryn Cooper. Culver. Ind. 
Cowles. Robert L., Jacksonville Beach. Fla 



Cox, Bill Dickey. Grassy Creek 
Cox, John Randy. Coral Gables. Fla 
Craig. Barbara Copeland, Glenside, : 
Craig, Isaac Alan. Lenoir 
Cranfill, Paul Lennon. Lumberton 
Craven, James Braxton. IIL Bellevut 
Craver. Richard Davidson. Shelby 



Crawford, David Palmer. Flint. Mich. 
Crawford. Elizabeth McAshan. II. Lumberton 
Crawley, William Justis, Jamesville 
Cribbin. Thomas Michael, Greensboro 
Crissman, Patricia Ann, Chapel Hill 
Crocker, Joseph Melville. Selma 
Croom, Lee Page. Asheboro 

Groom, Rebecca Anne, Raleigh 
Crowgey. Henry G., H. Taylorsville 
Crump, Sara Macrae, Memphis, Tenn. 
Grumpier. Walter Maxton. Salemburg 
Culler. Nancy Evelyn, High Point 
Curl. Andrew Benson. Creedmoor 
Currie. John Lauchlin, Carthage 



Curry, Beth, Atlanta. Ga. 

Curry, Jerry S.. Charlotte 

Cushman. Charles W.. Jr., Ft. Lauderdale. Fla 

Dahan. Mark, Rego Park. N. Y. 

Dallas. Garland Sanford, Jr., Roxboro 

Dalton. John W.. Forest City 

Daly. Christopher Joseph, Hyattsville. Md. 




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Dampier, Bobby Hugh, Morrisville 

Dana. Thomas Wolcolt. Ill, Hickory 

Daniel. Thomas Arthur, Wilson 

Davenport. Jeanette, L., Apex 

Davis, Geoffrey Brian, Fayetteville 

Davis, Nancy Kay, Durham 

Davis, Norman McBrayer, Jr., Charlotte 

Davis, Roger Wayne, Greensboro 
Davis, Thomas Fitzgerald, Jr., Roxboro 
Davis, William Allison, II. High Point 
Dawson. Claude Edward. Jr., Chatham. Va. 
Deadwyler, Mary Jane, Cincinnati, Ohio 
Dean, Willard Lawrence, Raleigh 
Dcaring. Albert Seward. Bethesda. Md. 

Dellinger, Jerry Craig. Kannapolis 
Derr, Dailey Jonathan, Asheboro 
Devine, Foy Roberson, Lynchburg, Va. 
Dickson, George Waitt, Hillsboro 
Dinero, Thomas Edward, Kenmorc, N. Y. 
Dixon. Kent Hooker. Miami. Fla. 
Dixon, Marion M., Greensboro 

Doctor, Michael Stewart, Asheville 
Dodd, Roger, III, Macon, Ga. 
Donahue, Paul Langdon, Cochituate, Mass. 
Dougherty, Glen Noble, Montville, N. J. 
Doughton, Walter Lee, Washington, D. C. 
Dove, Selma Smith, Monroe 
Downing, Diane Alice, Charlotte 

Drake, James Edwin, Charlotte 
Drennan, Dorothy Sue, Belmont 
Drinkwater. Diana. Charleston. Mo. 
DuMontier. Valerie Louise. Charlotte 
Dunlevy. Harvey Risher. Chapel Hill 
Dunn, Jack Delbridge, Wilmington 
Dunnegan, Clifton P., Jr., Winston-Salem 

Durand. Harry Whitney. Lookout Mtn.. Teni 
Durham, George W.. Winston-Salem 
Dutton. James Robert. Greensboro 
Eager, Howard Lloyd, Richmond, Va. 
Eanes, Samuel Kellam, Thomasville 
Eason, James Lawrence, Hampton, Va. 
Eason, William Crolser, Charlotte 

Echols, William Richard, Charlotte 
Eckstein, Margaret Ann, Bryson City 
Economon, Wayne N.. Morehead City 
Edenfield. Ellen-Ann. Macon. Ga. 
Edmundson. James Joyner. Wilson 
Edwards, Daniel Hampton. Tryon 
Edwards, David Lincoln, Seine-Oise, Franci 

Edwards, Elva Drake, Raleigh 
Edwards, Herbert Jackson, Goldsboro 
Edwards, Ralph Thomas, Waynesville 
Edwards, Sam Bingham, Jr.. Sanford 
Eggleston. Tony Edward. Rocky Mount 
Ehrhardt. Helen Craig. Charleston, S. C. 
Eidson. Kenneth Haywood, Elkin 



Eizenstat, Stuart Elliot, Atlanta, Ga. 
Elliott, Linda Lou, Hertford 
Ellis, Helen Martha. Canandaigua, N. Y. 
Ellis, William G., Martinsville, Va. 
Emerson. Robert S.. Manhasset. N. Y. 
Emory, William Brooks, New Orleans, La. 
England, Marilyn Patricia, Rural Hall 

Ennis, Gay Nell, Benson 
Enos, Alanson Trask, IV, Greenwich, Conn. 
Erickson, Susan Marie, Chapel Hill 
Esmeier, Bonnie G.. North Palm Beach. Fla 
Estridge. James Clayton. Charlotte 
Etheridge. Randal Bennett. Raleigh 
Ettman, James K., Memphis, Tenn. 

Eure, Betty Lind, Morehead City 

Evans, Earl Sibley, Gary 

Fagg, Dona Lynn, Raleigh 

Faint, Arthur John, Fort Washington, Pa. 

Fairchild, Albert Edmondson, Winston-Salem 

Faison, John Ray, Jr., Rockingham 

Farmer, Jeanne E., Armonk, N. Y. 



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Farthing, Donald K., Lenoir 

Fearon, William B.. Framingham Ctr., Mass. 

Ferguson. Darrell Cox, High Point 

Ferguson, Garth Michele, Charlotte 

Field, Gilbert C, Parsippany. N. J. 

Field, Hyman Harrison, Charlotte 

Field, Nora Rooche, Seneca, S. C. 



Fink, Christopher Boles, Chapel Hill 

Fish. Robert Gerard, Jr., Asheviile 

Fisher, John Lewis. Jr., Asheviile 

Fisher. Kaja Marie. Tarboro 

Fisher, Martha Little. Badin 

Flanagan, Patricia Ann, Scotch Plains. N. J. 

Fleming, Richard Eddington, Landis 

Fletcher. Frank W.. Jr., Nashville. Tenn. 

Flournoy, Henry Warnock, Macon. Ga. 

Floyd. Sonja Lee, Denton 

Flye, Melvyn Wayne, Tarboro 

Fobert. William David, Jr.. Winston-Salem 

Foill, Kitty Wells, Waverly. Ohio 

Follin, Marion Geddings, Greensboro 

Forloines, George Andrew. Jr.. Red Springs 
Forrester, Roy Lane. II, Durham 
Forsyth, Jane Marshall, Birmingham, Ala. 
Forsyth. Tara. Leesburg. Va. 
Foster. Michael David, Asheviile 
Fountain, Donna Gene, Wilmington 
Fountain, Theodore Turner, Tarboro 

Fowler, Peter Ritchie, Darien, Conn. 
Fox. Kaihryn Scollard, High Point 
Foy, Henry Grattan, Myrtle Beach. S. C. 
Frey. David Gardner. Grand Rapids. Mich. 
Frieder, Judy Morris. Cinncinnati. Ohio 
Friedman, David Sandor, Anderson. S. C. 
Friedman, Ronald Michael, Miami, Fla. 

Frith, Richard Wayne, Lexington, Va. 
Frye. Steven Raleigh, Hickory 
Fuller, Carl Clifford, Jr.. Chapel Hill 
Fuller, William Bryan, Hickory 
Furr, Charles Franklin, Wilmington 
Gaber. Mark J., Atlanta, Ga. 
Gaddy, Hilda Bowman, Wadesboro 

Gall. William Ross. Richmond, Va. 
Galloway, Don Adrian. Charlotte 
Galloway. John Lawrence, Castle Hayne 
Gamble, John Harley, Jr., Charlotte 
Ganson, Beverly Loughrey, Delray Beach, Fla. 
Gardner. Lannie Eugenia. Franklin. Va. 
Gardner. Lawrence Lee, Jr., Durham 



(.lardner. Thomas Hamilton. Greensboro 
Garnett, David, Washington, D. C. 
Garrard, Gardiner W., Jr., Columbus, Ga. 
Garrett, Clara Steele. Danville, Va. 
Garrett, Judith Finch. Danville, Va. 
Garrison, Charles Edwin, Biscoe 
Garrison, Stephen L., Charlotte 



Gibbs, Martha Louise, Greensboro 
Gibbs, Mary Alice. Raleigh 
Gibson, Aimee A.. Winchester, Va. 
Gibson. Robert Wylie, Jr.. FayetteviUe 
Gikow. Lewis Abbott, Millburn, N. J. 
Gilbert. Richard Simsen, Merrick, N. Y. 
Giles. James Billy, Chapel Hill 



Gillette, Paul Crawford, Myrtle Beach, S. C. 
Gins, Richard Harold, Silver Spring, Md. 
Gischel. Gary Caston. New Britain, Conn. 
Glace. Kenneth William, Jr., Elkin 
Glenn, Robert Galloway. Winston-Salem 
Glover, Gaye Bedford, Greenville, S. C. 
Glymph. Thomas Walton, Jr., Durham 



Goldby, Eric Alan, Long Beach, N. Y. 
Golden, Terry Donald, Raleigh 
Goldsmith, Alan M., Atlanta, Ga. 
Goode, Michael Kelly. Butner 
Goodman. Edward Genair, Leland 
Goodman, Eugenie Leah, Wilmington 
Goodman, William Charles, Concord 



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Gordon, Susan Sessions, Bristol, Conn. 

Gorsuch. Norman Clifford, Rego Park. N. Y. 

Gosselin. Richard Leon, Bedford. N. H. 

Gouger, Nancy Lou, Pinehurst 

Graham. Ivey Daniels. Beaufort 

Grant. Richard DeGoIier. Jr., Madison. Conn. 

Graves. Richard Michael, Washington. D. C. 

Gray. Allan Walmsley. Forest Hills. N. Y. 
Gray. Kathryn Miclole. Charlotte 
Gray. Robert Daniel. Winston-Salem 
Greene, Eleanor Anne. Richlands 
Greene, Rebecca Jolene, Staunton, Va. 
Gregory, Augustus Merrimon. Jr.. Salisbury 
Gregory. Barbara Jane. Hendersonville 

Gregory, Leroy Jackson. Jr., Charlotte 
Grier. John Calvin. IIL Pinehurst 
Griffin, Francis Millard, Wilson 
Griffin, Harold Wilson, Jr., Rocky Mount 
Griffin, Joseph W.. Jr., Williamston 
Griffin, Linda Ann. Marshville 
Griffin. Morris Hal, Davidson 

Griffin. William Clyde. Williamston 
Griffith. Bryce Williamson. Jr., Charlotte 
Griffith. Linda Clare. Columbia. Miss. 
Grigg. Clyde Lee, Smithfield 
Grimes. John Bryan, III. Ft. Sheridan, III. 
Grimes, William Demsie, Washington 
Groetzinger, Sally, Atlanta, Ga. 

Grosboll. Gary Dean. Charlotte 
Gross. Charles Norvell, Pfafftown 
Gruehn. John Thomas. Greensboro 
Gruenhut. Stephen Jerry. Statesville 
Ciudger. James Eugene. Asheville 
Guller. Philip Arthur. Charlotte 
Gunster. Walter Eugene, III, Sarasota. Fla. 

Gustafson, Frederic Bowen, Hampton, Va. 
Guy. Henry Frederick. Beulaville 
Gwaltney. Richard Lem, Taylorsville 
Hall. Margaret Jean. Villars. Switzerland 
Halsled. Marcia Jane. Jamestown, N. Y. 
Hamilton. Robert Cabot, Winston-Salem 
Hamilton, Thomas Samuel. Sanford 

Hammer. David Murray. Atlantic 
Hammond. John Arlen. Rocky Mount 
Hamrick. Fred Carroll. Jr.. Elizabeth City 
Hamrick. James Terry. Mooresboro 
Hamrick. Leslie Diane. Cliffside 
Hanchey. Charles Bess. Wallace 
Hanchrow. Jack Arthur, Wilson 



Handy. Walter R.. Chapel Hill 
Hanson. Barbara Lee. Villanova, Pa. 
Harbison. Leila Bleecker. Morganton 
Harned. Harriet Hughes. Juneau. Alaska 
Harrell. James Waitus. Jr.. Rose Hill 
Harrell. Manfred F., Columbia 
Harris. James Nimrod. Jr.. Elon College 



Harris. Mary Elizabeth. Wiikesboro 
Harris. Samuel Ranchor. Thomasville 
Harrison, Reginald Woodrow. Jr.. Charlotte 
Harriss, Peggy Anne Hawes, Wilmington 
Hart. E. Franklin. Jr.. Burlington 
Hartley. Charles Lee. Lenoir 
Harwell. Sharon Lynn, Augusta, Ga. 



Hayes. Johnny Martin, Belmont 
Hayes. Rebecca Faith, Hickory 
Hays. William Arthur. Franklin 
Haywood. Roger Kent. Mt. Gilead 
Heacock, Donald Robert, Washington, 
Hearn. Gail C. Bradenton. Fla. 
Heath. Nancy Isabel. Charlotte 



Heatherly, Charles Roy. Candler 
Heavner, Fredrick Franklin. Lincolnion 
Hedgecoe. Sarvis Joel, Tabor City 
Helbein. Isaac Robert. Charlotte 
Hellekson. Joyce Lea. Maxton 
Hemphill. Mary Elizabeth. Rockingham 
Henderson. Richard Bruce. Caldwell. N. 



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Henley, Thomas Franklin, Chapel Hill 

Hennessee, Donna, Sylva 

Henry, David Patterson. II, Chapel Hill 

Henson. Ronald Colin. Otto 

Henson, Thomas Walters, Roanoke, Va. 

Herbert, Dorothy Kathryn. Morristown. N. J. 

Heywood. Helen Claire, Chattanooga. Tenn. 



Hicks. Ben, Henderson 

High, Susan Schoonover. Fairfield, Conn. 

Highsmith. Stephanie, Robersonville 

Hight, Elna Katherine. Henderson 

Hile, Diane Louise, Charlotte 

Hill. Edward Harvie. Jr., Plymouth 

Hill. Franklin Neal. Rutherfordton 



Hill, Larry Euris, Asheville 

Hiller, Robert Eric. Coral Gables, Fla. 

Himes. Samuel H., Jr.. West Palm Beach. Fla. 

Hobbs. Charles McAulay. Williamsburg, Va. 

Hobbs. James M.. Kinston 

Hobbs. John Whitfield. Wilmington 

Hobson. William Patrick. Dunn 

Hodges. Elizabeth Taylor, New Bern 
Hodges, Henry Latham, Jr., Washington 
Hodges, James Lenue. Wilmington 
Hodges. Joseph L., Ill, South Boston. Va. 
Hodges, Mary Linda, Dover 
Hodges, Vicky Jane. Wilmington 
Hoffman, Cheryl Elaine, Charlotte 

Hofler, Eliza Roberts. Windsor 
Hofler. James C. Sunbury 
Holden. Carl Mitchell. Jr.. Chapel Hill 
Holderness. Jim B., Talsoro 
Holland, Elizabeth Sue, Fayetteville 
Holland, Gene Allen, Glenwood 
Holt, Nancy Lou, Falls Church. Va. 

Honeycutt. Latiie Fuller, Jr.. Raleigh 

Honigmann, Evelynne McKnight, Chapel Hill 

Hooper. Ronald Dale, Elkin 

Hoover. Robert Carl. Lawndale 

Horner, Patricia, Elizabeth City 

Houck, Gwendolyn Mae, Charleston. W. Va, 

Howard, Edwin Roger. Jr.. Winston-Salem 



Howe. David William, Greensboro 
Howe. John E.. Jr.. Hamlet 
Howell. Gail Darlene. Rich Square 
Howell. Jayne Lynn. Apex 
Howell. Judy Louise. Candler 
Howell. Sharon Lee. Concord 
Hoyle. John Crawford, Greensboro 



Hoyle. Wilson Smith, Jr.. Henderson 
Huffman. Allen William. Jr., Hickory 
Hughes, Robert Knox. Asheboro 
Huls. Larry Allen. Andrews 
Humphrey, Heather C. Cincinnati, Ohio 
Humphrey. Willie White, Richlands 
Humphries, Betty Forbes, Charlottesville. 



Huneycutt. James Ernest. Jr.. Rockingham 
Hunter. Alsey Dalton, Jr.. Cary 
Hunter. Curtis Buck. Jr., Lumberton 
Hunter. Genevieve Preston, Asheville 
Hunter. Mildred Ann. Charlotte 
Hurt, Laurie Taylor. Charlotte 
Hurwitz. Abby Stephanie. New Rochelle, N. 



Huske. Issac Manning. Cooleemee 
Hyman, Louis Ephraim, Baltimore, Md. 
I'Anson. May Frances, Portsmouth. Va. 
Isenhour. Sanford Eugene. Statesville 
Israel. Douglas Franklin. Pisgah Forest 
Ives. Charles Luther. III. Raleigh 
Ives, Penelope Elise, Raleigh 

Jackson. Diane June, Omaha, Neb. 
Jackson, Donald W.. Raleigh 
Jackson, Roy Clifton, Raleigh 
Jackson, Wayne Alford. Tarboro 
Jacobs, Jerome Mark. New Orleans. La. 
Jacobs. Ralph Douglas. Louisburg 
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James, Sally Loree. Winter Park, Fla. 

James, Virginia Blackwell, Greenville 

Jamison. Forrest Robert, Hickory 

Jarman. Dorothy Coleman. Roanoke Rapids 

Jay, A. Lou, Raleigh 

Jernigan, Albert Daniel, Durham 

Jess. Everett M., Jr., Fairfield, Conn. 

Johnson. Donald Winston, Raleigh 
Johnson, Joseph Ernest, Raleigh 
Johnson, Madeline Gayle, Coats 
Johnson, Robert Harry. Greensboro 
Johnson. Roberta Ann. Raleigh 
Johnson, Sara Wanda. Middlesex 
Johnson, William Marshall, Asheville 

Johnston, Jane Alva. Raleigh 
Johnston, John Gardner, Charlotte 
Jolly, John Russell, Jr., Charlotte 
Jones, Allan Lynwood, Goldsboro 
Jones. Ben Lewis, Wilmington 
Jones. Calvin M., Beaufort 
Jones. Dan Holder. Jr.. Farmville 

Jones, Martha Verlette. Chapel Hill 
Jones, Nancy Louise, Charlotte 
Jones, Nancy Marilyn, Garner 
Jones, Robert Brook. Greensboro 
Jones, Robert O'Brien, Winston-Salem 
Jones. Ronald Wayne, Fayetteville 
Joyner, Raymond Edward. Louisburg 

Joyner, Ronald Freeman, Ahoskie 
Joyner. Whitmel Madison, Weldon 
Julian. Daniel Lee, Salisbury 
Kaplan. Steven Robert. Hempstead. N. Y. 
Karesh, Joel Mack, Charleston, S. C. 
Katz. Robin Arthur. Lido Beach, N. Y. 
Keistler, William Bradley, Charlotte 

Kemp, Thomas Law, IH, Chapel Hill 

Kenan. Agnes Clay, Atlanta, Ga. 

Kendall, Donald Wilson, Charlotte 

Kenerly, Susan Grey, Brevard 

Kennedy, Imogene Elizabeth, Montclair, N. J. 

Kennerly. Lucy Cage, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Kessler, Ridley Roland. Hendersonville 

Ketner. John Herman, Jr., Concord 
Kimzey. Ronald M., Framingham. Mass. 
King. Benny E., Asheville 
King, John Thomas, Concord 
King, William Douglas, Greensboro 
Kinney, Burnley B.. Greensboro 
Kinney, George Sandifer, Hendersonville 

Kirk, C. Roy. Jr.. Chattanooga. Tenn. 

Kirkland. John L., IH, Durham 

Kleiman, Scott Gerald, Raleigh 

Klinker. Brian Paul. South Deerfield. Mass. 

Klumpp, Kathleen M., Port Washington, N. Y. 

Klyce, Emily Meriwether, Memphis, Tenn. 

Knight, Anne Bradley, Chapel Hill 



Knight, David Alden. Moundsville, W. V; 
Knighten. Martha Diane, Winston-Salem 
Krones, Peter David, Clifton. N. J. 
Kurtz, Kenneth Beal. Charlotte 
Kyle. Ninette, Camp Lejeune 
Lama. Ivars, Lakewood, N. J. 
Land, Cleo Edward, Jr.. Greensboro 



Lane, Dallas Scott. Stantonsburg 
Lane, James Randolph. Jr., Asheboro 
Lang, Beatrice Marie-Claire, Paris. France 
Langdon. Joseph Bowling. Washington, D. C. 
Langley, Rufus Benjamin, Four Oaks 
Langston, Sherrill Douglas. Princeton 
Lankford, Shelton Frank. N. Wilkesboro 



Larrick, James Kenneth, La Grange Park, 111. 
Lasater, Thomas Stedman. Bunnlevel 
Lashley. Carole Lane, Burlington 
Lasitter, Moses Dow, Jr.. Morehead City 
Latham, Hannis Taylor, HI. Washington 
Laughlin, Jo Alice, Chester, Va. 
Lawrence, Ann Parrish, Richmond, Va. 




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Lawrence. Donald Gray, Raleigh 
Lawther, Francis Rivers, Wilminglon 
Leach, Sally Johnston, Littleton 
LeBlanc John Weber, Fayetteville 
Leder. Charles Louis, Goldsboro 
Ledgerwood, Harriet Kay. Oak Ridge, Tenn. 
Lee. John Michael, Gastonia 



Lee. Ronald Earl, Wilmington 
Lee, Sang Woo, Seoul, Korea 
Leffler. Patricia Ann, Portsmouth, Va. 
Leggett, Robert Franklin, Jr.. Lumberton 
Legler, Mitchell Wooten, Memphis, Tenn. 
Lehrer, Steven Edward, Chicago, 111. 
Leonard, Cynthia, Ramseur 

Lesavoy. Malcolm Alan, Allentown, Pa. 
Levin, Judith Sharon. Washmgton, D. C. 
Levine. Joseph. Savannah, Ga. 
Levine, Sarah Esther, Raleigh 
Levine, Sharon Fern, Beaufort, S. C. 
Levitt. Marc D., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Levy, Doris Rose, Savannah, Ga. 

Lewis, Caroline Worrell, Baltimore, Md. 
Lewis, Clifford Thomas, Beaufort 
Lewis, Eben W., Jacksonville, Fla. 
Lewis, Richard Gordon, Tappahannock, Va. 
Lewisohn, Richard, IIL New York, N. Y. 
Lillard, Elizabeth Jane. Blacksburg, Va. 
Lineberger, Waller Sullivan, Charlotte 

Linker. Julius Dodd, Jr., Clemmons 
Little, John Zebulon, Albemarle 
Little. Susan Elizabeth. Avondale, Ga. 
Littlefield. Susan Andrews, Lumberton 
Liverman. Betty Michael, Roanoke Rapids 
Livesay. Michael Thomas, Hillsboro 
Lloyd, Harry Walker, Hillsboro 

Lloyd, Henry Page. Sanford 
Lloyd. Virginia Ann. Chapel Hill 
Lockhart, George G.. Wilmington, Del. 
Loftin, Colin Kim, Montgomery, Ala. 
Loftis, Alton Taylor, Piedmont, S. C. 
Logue, Carolyn Clements, Atlanta, Ga. 
Long. Walter Richardson. Gastonia 

Love, Diane, Atlanta, Ga. 

Love, Raeford Rodney, Charlotte 

Love, William B., Runton, Md. 

Loveland. Josephine Lee, Shelby 

Lowder, Bonnie Coleen. Albemarle 

Lowe, Jerrie Dean. Charlotte 

Lowe. Julian Robbins. Winston-Salem 

Lowe. Richard Emory. Cramerton 
Lowe, Robert Fielding, Fairmont 
Lowry, Katharine Elizabeth. Jackson 
Lyday, William Jackson. Yanceyville 
Lynch, Wilson Locke, Spartanburg, S. C. 
Lynn, Cy KelUe, Jr., Valdese 
Lynn, George Dennis. Jr., 
Mtn. Home, A.F.B.. Idaho 

Lyon, Margaret Denne, Arlington. Va. 
Lyon. William McMillan. Richmond, Va. 
McAboy, Mary Sheila. McLean, Va. 
McAllister. Douglas Roger, High Point 
McAllister. William Howard, III. Pittsboro 
McArthur, Douglas Ray. Red Springs 
McCleery, Thomas E.. Suffern. N. Y. 

McCormick. Russell Henry, Pilot Mountain 
McDaniel, George D.. Jr., Bronxville, N. Y. 
McDevitt, Larry Stephen, Raleigh 
McDonald. James J., Harrington, Del. 
McDonald. Ruth Anna, Carthage 
McDonald, Virginia Dare, Rockingham 
McEntire, Jerrill Lee, Old Fort 

McGee, John Harrelson, Greenville 
Mcintosh, Betty Nell, West Palm Beach, Fla. 
McKecuen, George. Wilmington 
McKee, Michael Thomas, Kings Mtn. 
McKennan, William Whipple, Alexandria, Va. 
McKenzie, Victoria Bellamy, Laurinburg 
McKethan, William Alexander, Fayetteville 



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McKnit!ht, Philip Kinsey. Jr.. Winston-Salem 
McLamb. James Norwill. Wilmington 
McLamb. John Gordon, Benson 
McLeod. Gerald Graham, Sanford 
McMann. William Edward Jermings, Jr., 

Danville. Va. 
McMeans. Kenneth Dale, Winston-Salem 
McMillan, John Burchfield. Southern Pines 

McNairy, Samuel Walter, Greensboro 
McNinch, John H., Charlotte 
McRee, Archie Dale, Newton 
McSweeney, Bryan Douglas, Hewlett, N. Y. 
McWhorter, Paula Lee, Hendersonville 
McWilliams. William Gowan. III. 

Oagadougou. West Africa 
Mabe. Pearlie SprunI, Clinton 

MacConnell, Jeffrey A., Washington, D. C. 
MacFadyen. Alexander Graham. Charlotte 
Maclntyre. Daniel Irwin. IV, Atlanta, Ga. 
Mackler, Steve B.. Smithfield 
Mann, Harold Thompson, Hickory, Va. 
Manning, Carol Stuart, Chapel Hill 
Mansfield, Barbara Ann, Jacksonville. Fla. 

Markatos. Jerry Leonidas, Wilmington 
Marlowe, William Burton. Spray 
Martin, Alice Victoria, Jamesville 
Martin, Margaret Elizabeth, Mount Olive 
Mason, Joseph E., Washington 
Mason. Lawrence William, Fayetteville 
Massie, Kent Belmore, Waynesboro, Va. 

Matheson, Barbara Louise, Asheville 
Maurer, Julie M., Montgomery. Ala. 
Mayrand. Evelyn Ceciie, Winston-Salem 
Meacham, Mary Jane, Roanoke Rapids 
Meade, Betsy Harrington, Charlottesville, Va. 
Medlin, John M., Rome, Ga, 
Melvin, Robert Franklin, Fayetteville 

Merrill, Henry Dobbel. Washington, D. C. 
Merritt. Ben Gilbert. Jr., Concord 
Merritt, Rebecca Lou, Chapel Hill 
Melts, Gayle Fredricka, Greensboro 
Meyer, Amy, Hendersonville 
Michaels, Edward G.. III. Monroeville. Ala. 
Miller. Bonnie Lee. Charlotte 



Miller. David Jarman. Roanoke Rapids 
Miller. Edmund John, Larchmont. N. V. 
Miller. Kenneth R.. Charlotte 
Miller, Ronnie Henderson, Spencer 
Milner, Nancy Ada. Hendersonville 
Mink. Linda Carolyn, Wilson 
Mintz, Alice Jeannette, Wilmington 

Mintz. Rudolph L. Jr.. Wilmington 
Misenhcimer. Ernest Luther, III, Salisbury 
Mitchell, George William, Charlotte 
Mittendorf, William K., Alexandria, Va. 
Mobley, John Norman, Raleigh 
Monahan. John Sherrill, Charlotte 
Monroe. Joseph Reece, Jr., Eagle Springs 

Mooney, Charles Davis, Slatesville 

Moore, Earl Raefiel, Jr., Erwin 

Moore, Janice Faye. Beaufort, S. C. 

Moore. Joseph Daniel, Jr.. Spartanburg, S. C. 

Moore, Steve Findley, Raleigh 

Morde, Carol Louise, Arlington, Va. 

Morgan. Harvey. Winston-Salem 

Morgan, Warren B.. Jr.. Marshville 
Morris. Michael K., Jackson Heights, N. Y, 
Morris, Roger G.. Oklahoma City, Okla. 
Morrow. William Sherrod, Mandarin, Fla. 
Moseley. Donald Lee, Miami Shores, Fla. 
Moser. Anthony Mull, Greensboro 
Moser, Ronald Bryant, Charlotte 

Muncy, Thomas Edward, Sunbury 

Murnick, Elliott Paul, Raleigh 

Murphy, Dewey Leon. Stokesdale 

Murray. Donald McL. Jr., Short Hills. N. J. 

Murray, Libby, Goldsboro 

Muse, Charles Hunter, Charlotte 

Muse, Winfred R.. Belmont 



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Nancy, Joseph Kinchin, Chadbourn 
Nash. David Charles. Chapel Hill 
Nauheim, Steve Alan, Washington. D. C. 
Neal. Jack Allen, High Point 
Neilson. David Cameron. Asheville 
Nelson. Karen Ann, New York. N. Y. 
Neville, John Davenport, Spring Hope 



Neville. William Donald, Chapel Hill 
Newlin. Charles Bennett. Sanford 
Newsome, Larry Wilson. Kernersville 
Nichols, Herman Gudger, Jr., AshevUle 
Nicholson, Edwin Parmelee, Wyckoff, N. J. 
Nicholson. Judith Catherine. Charlotte 
Nislick, Alex David, So. Orange, N. J. 

Noell. Robert Norman, Durham 
Noell, William Edward, Raleigh 
Odom, Jerome David. Burlington 
Oettinger. Elmer Rosenthal. Ill, Chapel Hill 
Ogburn, Robert Glenn. Jr.. Leaksville 
Ogden. Warren Cox, New Orleans, La. 
Oldham, James Howard, Greensboro 

Oliver, William Joseph, Selma 
Opdyke, Richard L., Winston-Salem 
Orcutt, David Stanley, Richmond, Va. 
Orovan, Ronald C, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Owens, Michael Ray, Walkertown 
Padgett, Jacqueline Grace, Savannah, Ga. 
Pamplin, Charles Ashby, HI, Reidsville 

Park. Adelaide H.. Ithaca, N. Y. 

Parker, Edward Gerald, Clinton 

Parker, Elizabeth Diane, Albemarle 

Parker, James Judd, Varina 

Parker, John Edgar, Gastonia 

Parker, Manley Clark. Charlottesville, Va. 

Parker, Martha Ann, Arcadia, Fla. 

Parker. Sarah Elizabeth, Charlotte 
Parkman, David Ames, Charlotte 
Parks, Harry Reid, Raeford 
Parsons, Larry Wayne. Fayettevills 
Patchell. Mary Belle. Raleigh 
Patterson, Jerry Eugene, Kings Mountain 
Payne, James Eric, N. Wilkesboro 

Payne, James Herbert. Jr.. Siler City 
Payne, Jeanne Parvis, Norfolk, Va. 
Payne, Lynda Glenn, Whitakers 
Payseur, Gloria Judith, Gastonia 
Peacock, Edwin Bruton. Jr., Wilmington 
Pearlman, Lowell Richard, Asheville 
, Douglas Lamar, Franklin 



Peden, Patricia Elaine, Greenville, S. C. 
Peeler, Lillian Rebecca, Salisbury 
Peery, Robert Nelson, Jr., Newton 
Pell, Linda Atwater, Pilot Mountain 
Pender. Murray Wilson. Charlotte 
Pennell. Edwin Adam. Taylorsville 
Perrin, Patricia Ellen, Ft. McPherson, Ga 



Peters, Jesse Sutton. Clinton 
Peterson, Richard Alan, Lynbrook, N. Y. 
Peyton, Mary Burwell, Rocky Mount 
Philips, Sherry E., Jacksonville, Fla. 
Phillips, John Humphrey, Morehead City 
Phillips, Robert Carroll, Jr., Charlotte 
Phillips, William Royal, Roseboro 

Pierce, Louis Clinton, Jr.. Madison 

Piner. Augustine Thomas, Jr., Morehead City 

Pipkin, James Stanton. Chapel Hill 

Pitser, Margaret Lee, Raleigh 

Pitt. Mary Bryan, Tarboro 

^ittard, N. Carol, Cedar Grove 

Pleasants, John Gerald, Jr., Durham 



Pollock, Mary Lucille, Kinston 
Pool, Joseph Derrel, Jr., Newberry, ; 
Poole, Henry Elbert, Greensboro 
Poovey, Phillip Ray, Hickory 
Pope, Harriet Rebecca, Hickory 
Pope, Ralph Williams, Rich Square 
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Poplin. Zannie Gaynelle. Albemarle 
Poteat. Bill O.. Jr., Johnson City, Tenn. 
Poteat, Milton Oscar. Salisbury 
Potter. Frank Grafton. Kinston 
Potter. Lynne Oelrich. Sanford 
Powell. Franklin Woodrow, Shannon 
Powell. Hugh R.. Jr.. Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Powers. Monett. Jacksonville, Fla. 
Price. Jack W., Jr., Red Oak 
Pritchett, Lewis Norwood, Fuquay Springs 
Proctor. Camilla Ailyn. Elm City 
Proctor. Harold Dean, Hickory 
Provost. Mary Virginia, Rockledge. Fla. 
Pruitt, Anne White, Augusta. Ga. 

Pruitt. Nancy Margaret. Savannah. Ga. 
Pustilnik. Robert A., Silver Spring. Md. 
Putzel. Michael Johnston, New Haven. Conn- 
Raby. Michael Thomas, Randleman 
RackJey, James Stewart, Mount Olive 
Rackley, Richard Earl. High Point 
Ragland, Lois Gayle. Jacksonville, Fla. 

Rainey. George Lee, Raleigh 
Ramsey. William J.. Raleigh 
Rand. Elizabeth Barrett. Darien, Conn. 
Rascoe. Robert Blum. Winston-Salem 
Ratliff. John Preston. Wadesboro 
Rawlings, Sarah H., Great Neck, N. .Y 
Rawls, Betty Lou, Oxford 

Ray. James Pendleton, Hillsboro 

Read. G. Stephen, Norlina 

Reddick. Robert Lee. Kinston 

Reed, Douglas Cole, Richmond. Va. 

Reid. James Jefffferson, Jr.. Columbia. S. C. 

Reid. Joseph Neal. Rocky Mount 

Reitzel, James Richard, Jr., Durham 

Renwick. Francis Marion. Roanoke Rapids 

Reynolds, David Caldwell. Raleigh 

Rich. Stephen Allan, Atlanta. Ga. 

Riddle. James Earnest, Brevard 

Riddle, Thomas Edmond. Durham 

Ridenhour, Anne Lee, Concord 

Riggs. Linda Frances, Falls Church, Va. 

Roberts. Durward Thomas, Jr.. Chapel Hill 
Robertson. William Ross, HI, Atlanta, Ga. 
Robinson. Jill Elaine, Raleigh 
Robinson, Lynda. Statesville 
Robinson, William Edgar Stanback. 

Georgetown, S. C. 
Roessiger. Peter Dorian. Chapel Hill 
Rogers. Arthur Henry. Jr.. Burlington 

Rogers, James Ted, Jr., Statesville 
Rogers, Jerry Dale. Charlotte 
Rogers. Larry Dean, Timberlake 
Roof, Lanny Michael, Enfield 
Roof, Nathaniel E.. Sumter, S. C. 
Rosenbaum, Jerry Harris, West Orange. N. J. 
Rosental, George Eric. Rocky Mount 

Roser, Herbert Gay, Tustin. Cal. 
Ross. Robert Wendell. HI, Kinston 
Rouse. Larry. Kenilworth. N. J. 
Rubin. Leslie Alvin, Atlanta, Ga. 
Rumsey. Dexter C, HI. Charleston, S. C. 
Rusher, James Thomas. Salisbury 
Russell. Douglas M. Dover 

Russell, Sue Hudson. Akron. Ohio 
Saboski, Arthur P.. Hickory 
Sanders. Dewey Nelson, Apex 
Sandman. Rita Marie. Shetbyville, Ind. 
Sapp, David Brewer, AsheviUe 
Sasser. Daniel Wilbert, Jr.. Wilson 
Saul. Alan Joseph. Atlanta, Ga. 

Sauls, Herbert Rex. Garner 
Sawyers. Marcia Latham, Plymouth 
Sayers, Johnny Gordon. Charlotte 
Schenck, James Douglas, Salisbury 
Schewe, Michael Joseph. Fayetleville 
Schill, Albert J. Landing, N. J. 
Schmidt, Alice Maria, Elon College 



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Schoch, Robert Rodes. High Point 
Schools, Arthur Beale, Jr., Richmond, Va. 
Scott, Phoebe Thomas, Rockville, Md. 
Segerman, Susan Henda. Jacksonville 
Segrest, Robert Taylor. Jr., Athens, Ga. 
Senkus. William Michael, Winston-Salem 
Sessoms, Charles Anthony, Rockingham 



Seymour, William Gordon, Southern Pines 

Shaffer. Charles Milton, Jr., Chapel Hill 

Shapiro, Sybil, New Orleans, La. 

Shavender, Eugene Franklin, Raleigh 

Shaw, John Kinlaw, Lumberton 

Shaw, Philip Carl, Four Oaks 

Shearin, Jacob Connell, Jr.. Roanoke Rapids 

Sheeley. Susan Jeanne, Pine Bush, N. Y. 
Shelley, Rowland McLamb, Raleigh 
Shepard, George E.. Jr., Chapel Hill 
Shepherd, Daniel Bowie, Goldsboro 
Sherrill, Sheila E.. Charlotte 
Sherwood. Mary Dianne, Chevy Chase, Md. 
Shins, Richard Mark, Allentown, Pa. 

Shoffner, Robert Lee, Jr., Burlington 
Short, Macon Watson, Jr., Henderson 
Shouse, Larry Ray, Winston-Salem 
Shue, Robert S., Haw River 
Shuford, Nancy Cline. Hickory 
Siceloff, Jim C, Mt. Airy 

s, William Edward, Raleigh 



Sizemore, Lawrence Lee, Clinton 

Skees, Robert Dresden. Greensboro 

Slater, Jane B., Birmingham, Mich. 

Small, Parks Nolan, Concord 

Smith, Carol Ann Foster. Raleigh 

Smith, Charles Milton. Jr., Elizabeth City 

Smith, Christopher Michael. Coral Gables, Fla. 

Smith, Doris Suetla, Mt. Gilead 

Smith. Ellen Barber, Waynesboro, Va. 

Smith, Jerry Wayne, East Bend 

Smith, John Brock, Salisbury 

Smith, Kirby Lee, Miami, Fla. 

Smith, Leonidas Constantine, HI, Polkton 

Smith, Nancy Jane, Urbana, 111. 

Smith, Philip Logan, Winston-Salem 
Smith, Richard W., Oyster Bay. N. Y. 
Smith, Robert Charles, Concord 
Smith, Saundra Victoria, Atlanta, Ga. 
Smithson, William Anthony, Winston-Salem 
Snead. Margaret Dix. Richmond. Va. 
Snider, Conward Berion, Robbinsville 

Snider, Toni Marie, Franklinton 

Snodgrass, Sara Elizabeth, Bristol, Va. 

Snody, Larry Don, Liberty 

Soles. William Ray. Whiteville 

Somers, Larry Gordon, Reidsville 

Southerland, Roy A.. Raleigh 

Spainhour, Ronald Edward, Winston-Salem 

Sparrow, Patricia Anne, Thomasville 
Speagle, Virginia Ballou, Hickory 
Speight, James C, Jr., Rocky Mount 
Speight, Robert Edward, Durham 
Spencer, Ann Curtis. Chapel Hill 
Spivey, Richard Wood, Jr., Kelford 
Spivey, Teddy Ray. Sanford 

Sporerer, Jeanne Ripley. Baltimore, Md. 
Spruill, James Henry, Windsor 
Spurrier, WiUiam Wayne, Charlotte 
Stapleton, Elizabeth B.. Plainfield. N. J. 
Starr, Carol, Washington. D. C. 
StegaU, Billy Ward, Marshville 
Stephens, Bill Forest, Greensboro 

Stevenson, Clement C. Jr., Ridgewood, N.J. 
Stewart, Edward Lee, Star 
Stoddard, Grace Mildred, Avondale, Pa. 
Stokes. Montford Young, Greensboro 
Stone, Sharon Elizabeth, Grifton 
Stonestreet, James Frank, Albemarle 
Stovall, Robert Glenn. Jr., Roxboro 



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Straughan. James Fleming. Jr.. Raleigh 
Strickland, Carolyn, Dunn 
Strickland. Roger Colon. High Point 
Strickland. Sandra Jackson. Durham 
Strother. Joseph Michael. Frankllnton 
Stroup. Bruce Bradley, Kannapolis 
Stroyd, Cynthia Jean. Pittsburgh. Pa. 

Stubbs. Trawick Hamilton. Atlanta. Ga. 
Stubbs. William LaMont. Hamlet 
Stull. Carlyle Evans. Jr.. Vinton. Va. 
Summers. Scott Earnest. H. Morganton 
Surratt, Gwendolyn Jeneane. Burlington 
Swaringen. Roy Archibald. Jr., Winston-Salem 
Sweatt. Linda Faye. Bethel 

Switzer. Sara Harney. Kingsport. Tenn. 

Sykes. Hannah Parks. Louisburg 

Szenasy. Anthony Stephen. Durham 

Talton. Erma Kay. Raleigh 

Taylor, John Carroll, Raleigh 

Teasdale, Diana Mitchell. Palm Beach. Fla. 

Teeter. Paul Carroll. Mooresville 

Temple. Gray. Jr.. Charleston. S. C. 
Temple, John Harris. Charlotte 
Thayer, Nina Dawn, Louisburg 
Thomas, David Lloyd, Greensboro 
Thomas, George Sloan, Houston, Texas 
Thomas, Martha Marie, Atlanta, Ga, 
Thomas, Timothy Grant, Charlotte 

Thomason. Henry Clayton, Jr.. Gastonia 
Thompson. Ann Scott. Fayetteville 
Thompson. Forrest Victor. Jr., Tarbaro 
Thompson, Herman Ora, Jr., Chapel Hill 
Thompson. James Alfred. Raleigh 
Thompson. Robert Ward. Pleasant Garden 
Thornton. William Gerald. Clinton 

Tibbets. Lucinda Fay. Westfield. N. J. 
Topkins. Robert M., Guilford College 
Toppell, Kenneth Lawrence, Miami, Fla. 
Topping. Evelyn Barringer, Pantego 
Trachtenberg, Ronald Lee, Jacksonville 
Traub, Alan Michael, Kinston 
Travis, Jennie Kay, Winston-Salem 

Traynham, Donald Mitchell. Gastonia 
Tripp, Gilbert Allen, Buie's Creek 
Trull, Charles Scott, Wyckoff, N. J. 
Tucker. Alice-Anne Warfield. London, Ky. 
Turbeville, Jimmy M., Fairmont 
Turner, Donald William, Kannapolis 
Turner, Elizabeth Kay, Raleigh 

Turner, John Pate, Greensboro 
Turner, Lynwcod Clifton, Jr.. Pink Hill 
Turner. Susan Martel. Raleigh 
Turpin. Sally Wise, Americas, Ga. 
Tysinger, Ronnie Charles, Durham 
Ulfelder, John Carleton, Winchester, Mass. 
Umberger. Wallace Randolph. Jr.. Burlington 

Underhill. Catherine Ann. Charlotte 
Underwood. Robert Lee. Jr.. Greensboro 
Vail. Carol Ann. Richmond. Ind. 
Van Doeren, Katharine, Winston-Salem 
Van Noppen, John James, IV, Boone 
Vaughn, Henry Franklin, Jr.. Charlotte 
Vestal, Ivey Gray, Jonesville 



Vick, Anne Elizabeth, Alexandria, Va. 
Vitek. Richard John. Winston-Salem 
Voigt. Carole Lynn. Nashville. Tenn. 
Vorus. Mary Ware. Atlanta. Ga. 
Waddell, Edwina DeLette. Raleigh 
Waddell, Lewis Eugene, Jr., Salisbury 
Walker, Jane Carter, Mt. Hope, W, Va, 



Walker, Ronald Eugene, Charlotte 
Walker, Thomas Roger, Lenoir 
Wall, June Warren, Raleigh 
Wall, Marjorie Lee, Stoneville 
Wallace, James Boyd, Ellerbe 
Wallace, James Henry, Jr., Manass,- 
Wallace, Nelson Ray, Lillington 



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Waller. James Herbert. Kinston 

Walser. Albert Franklin. Salisbury 

Walsh. Michael F.. Charlotte 

Walstedt. Jane Danielle. Falls Church, Va. 

Walton. Ralph MacArlhur, Granite Quarry 

Ward, Elizabeth Anne, Wilmington 

Ward. Elizabeth Darden. Winston-Salem 



Ward. V. LeVerne. Tabor City 

Warden, Wendy Talbot. Long Island, N. Y. 

Warfford. Reuben Camak. Siler City 

Waring. William Marshall. Elkin 

Warner, Melvin Jobe. Jr.. Rocky Mount 

Warren. John Alexander. Jr.. Charleston. S. C. 

Waterman. Kristin Clover, KnoxviUe. Tenn. 



Watkins. Mary Margaret, Waynesville 
Watson, Beth Carlene. Brevard 
Watters. Vernon Gregg, Rockingham 
Weatherby. Emma Jean. Waynesville 
Weaver, William Bernice. Ill, Asheboro 
Webb. Alison Lockwood, Summit. N. J. 
Welch, Tom Ruffin. Raleigh 

Weller. Sandra Lynn, Rocky Mount 
Wellman. Dana Richard. Annandale. Va. 
Wells. Cecelia Hildegarde, Denton. Tex. 
Wells. George Otto. Jr.. Atkinson 
Wells, James Morgan, Jr., Danville, Va. 
Wells. Loren Worth, Hendersonville 
Westfali, Barry Franz. Martinsville, Va. 

Westin. Richard Joel, Forest Hills, N. Y. 
Whichard, Leona P., Siler City 
Whicker. Dewey Lester. Greensboro 
Whisnant, Jack Summey, Rutherfordton 
White, Nancy Long, Statesville 
White-Hurst, Anne Velma, Roanoke Rapids 
Whitehursi. Walter Clayton, Jr., Bethel 

Whitley, Evelyn Jane, Concord 
Wilkerson, Donald Morris, Greenville 
Wilkerson. Thomas Farrar, Reidsville 
Wilkinson. David Herbert, Asheville 
Willard, Spencer DuWayne, Kernersville 
Williams. David Morgan, Longmeadow. Mass. 
Williams, David Ramsay, High Point 

Williams, James Larry, Monroe 

Williams. John Hopkins, III. Winston-Salem 

Williams. Rhoderick Thomas, Jr., Farmville 

Williams, Richard Mackenzie, New Bern 

Williams. Sara Ann, LeaksvlUe 

Williamson. Thomas Bright, Darlington. S. C. 

Willis, Phillip Michael. Washington 

Wilson. David Scott, Raleigh 
Wilson, Estilla Rebecca. Shelby 
Wilson, Harold Lee, Norfolk, Va. 
Wilson, Martin Luther. Lake Lure 
Windley, Larry Weston, Washington 
Winters, Esther Cecilia, Walkertown 
Wise, George Vearguard, Jr., Murfreesboro 

Withrow. Robert Parker, Richmond, Va. 
Wolfe, Mark Gregory, Asheboro 
Womack, Joanne Howard, Danville, Va. 
Wood, Charles Edward, Four Oaks 
Wood, Craig B., Norfolk, Va. 
Wood, Linda Ellen, Memphis, Tenn. 
Wood. Mary Susan, Benson 

Woodard, Aubrey Otis, 111, Conway 
Woodruff, Robert Edward, Southern Pines 
Worley, Samuel H., Clinton 
Wrench. Howard Carson. Roseboro 
Wright, Bryan, Jr., Washington, D. C. 
^Wright. Charles William, Lexington 
Wright, Gail Patterson, Mt. Airy 

Wright, Linda Jean, Longmeadow, Mass. 
Wygal. Donna Ruth, Bristol, Va. 
Wyman. George Cutter, Winchester, Mass. 
Yeager, Jane Carolyn, Winston-Salem 
Yeatts, Ralph Leroy. Williamston 
Young. Nancy Rebecca, Gastonia 
Young, Terrell Robert, Gastonia 



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BILL AYCOCK 

President 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS johnsye Masscnburg, Secretary; Pud Hassel, Vice-President; Paul Chused, Treasurer ; Dee Johnson, Social Chairman 




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Abernethy. John William, High Point 
Adams, Charles Robinson, High Point 
Adams. George H.. Jr.. Wilson 
Adams. Jocelyn Virginia, Durham 
Adkins. Robert Kenneth. Draper 
Adkinson. Newton Franklin. Jr.. Forest 
Albright, Michael Keilh. China Grove 
Albright. Robertson Callaway. Gastoni^ 



Albritton. Harry Roflfe, New Bern 
Aldridge. Henry Belden, Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Allen, Judith Lee. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 
Allen, Leonard Grant. Durham 
Anders. John Fredrick. Asheville 
Anderson, Henry London. Jr.. Fayetteville 
Andrews. Terry Dean, Siler City 
Ange, David Westley, Farmville 



Ansell, Julian Ralph, Knotts Island 
Apple. John Dwayne, Reidsville 
Archie, Thomas Edward. Kinston 
Armstrong. Jonathan J., Lookout Mtn., Tenn. 
Artz. Weisford Eure, Gatesville 
Ashcroft, James Michael, Winston-Salem 
Askew. William Earl. Maysville 
Avent, Don Brown. Siler City 



Axselle, Ralph Lewis, Jr., Glen Allen, Va. 
Aycock. William Preston, II, Chapel Hill 
Bailey, Leslie Wilmer, Jr., Williamston 
Baisden, Fred R.. Jr., Miami Beach. Fla. 
Ball. Harry Stuart. Norfolk, Va. 
Baluss. John W., Fayetteville 
Barclay. Pamela Brewster, Chapel Hill 
Barefoot, Paul Drum, Charlotte 



Barlow. Ronald Hillery. Kannapolis 
Barrier, Thomas Eugene. Statesville 
Barringer. Chad Edward. Maiden 
Barron. Vance. Jr., Chapel Hill 
Barrow. Leonard Curtis. III. Weldon 
Barrs, William Lewis. Syracuse, N. Y. 
Barton. James Hardin, Memphis, Tenn. 
Bass. Marion F., Fayetteville 



Batchelor, Donald Wesson, Sharpsburg 
Batten, Wilbert Henry. Jr., Whiteville 
Baucom. Everett Ira. Concord 
Bauguess. Milton Vaughn, Winston-Salem 
Baysden, Earl Thomas. Jr.. Rocky Mount 
Bazemore. Cyrus William, Jr., Raleigh 
Beam. Calvin Mack. Dallas 
Beavers, Robert Thomas. Durham 



Beitler, Alvin. Paramus. N. J. 
Belangia, William Ray, New Bern 
Bell. Daniel Locke, II, Fairfax. Va. 
Bell, Thomas Porter. Jr., Landsdowne, Pa. 
Bell. Virginia Ann, Alexandria, Va. 
Bellovin, Marshall Benjamin. Lynbrook, N. ■\'. 
Bennett. Thomas Lawrence, Bethesda, Md. 
Bennell, William Adams, Greensboro 



Benson. Robert M., Durham 
Benson. William Harrison. North Wilkesboro 
Berkut, Jack Carroll, Chapel Hill 
Bestic, John Brereton, Arlington, Va. 
Beitis. Robert Edwin. Greensboro 
Birchett. Esca Carredun. III. Liberty 
Black. Gary Ray. Charlotte 
Blackmon, Timothy Clyde. Whiteville 



Blackwelder. Stephen Myron, Concord 
Blair. Henry Kime, Jr.. Pittsboro 
Blake. Ralph Stephen, Rowland 
Blue. Lonnie Knox, Jr., Pittsboro 
Blum. William Raymond, Dunwoody. Ga. 
Bodford, Alvin Michael, Winston-Salem 
Bond, James Torrance, Bathvia. 111. 
Bone, Ronald Allan. Durham 



Boone, William L., Ahoskie 
Booth. Joseph Edgar. Rocky Mount 
Bost, Patsy Nell. Marion 
Boyd. Edward Finley. Ill, Monroe, Conn. 
Boyd, Pascal Strong, II, Durham 
Boyette. Edward Fountain. Smithfieid 
Bradley, Michael Moran, Asheville 
Braine, David Thomas, Grove City, Pa. 



Brannan. George Thomas, Kenly 
Brannock, James Lemuel, Burlington 
Brannock. James Wyatt. Lumberton 
Brantley. Joseph Marion. Ill, Greensboro 
Braswell. Glenn Erwin. Rocky Mount 
Bray, Kana Barnes, Westfield, N. J. 
Brenner. Edward H., Brooklyn. N. Y. 
Brewer. Curtis Claude. III. Siler City 



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Brinton. Edward Buck, Jr., Baltimore, Md. 
Brilton, George Harrison, Jr., Dunn 
Britlon, John Andrew, Jackson 
Brodeur, Richard John, Clearwater, Fla. 
Brown, Barbara Eileen, Hillsboro 
Brown, David Alan, Severna Park, Md, 
Brown, Henry Gilpin, Chestertown, Md, 
Brown, Samuel W„ Jr., Washington. D. C, 



Brown, William Barker, Charlotte 
Brown. William LcJeune, Pensacola, Fla, 
Brunson, Norman Deane, Charlotte 
Bruun, Paul M., Miami Beach, Fla. 
Bryan, John Hugh, LaGrange 
Bryant, Kenneth Melvin, New Canton, Va. 
Bryson, Richard Lilton, Chapel Hill 
Buchanan, Robert Augustus, Jr., Greensboro 



Bulkley, Stephen Gerald, Silver Spring, Md, 
Bullard, William Robert. HI. Wagram 
Bullock. James Garland. Jr., Greensboro 
Bunn, James A., Jr., Winston-Salem 
Burbage, William H., Albemarle 
Burgess, Arthur Harry, Jr., Hickory 
Burleson, E. C Asheville 
Burleson, Roger Garth, Albemarle 



Burnham, Joseph Smallwood. Asheville 

Biuns, Charles Barrv. Moncure 

Burton, Lewis M., Fayetteville 

Byrd, John Thomas, Wilkesboro 

Byrd. Thomas Milton, Asheville 

Byrum, James Wesley, Jr., Jacksonville, Fla 

Bvrum, Thomas Jetferson, Jr., Raleigh 

Callahan, David Wilson, Coral Gables, Fla. 



Calvert, William J., HI, Jacksonville, Ala 
Camp, Jeanne Morgan, Carrboro 
Camp, William Douglas, Cherryville 
Canull. James Allen. Jr.. Indianapolis, Ini 
Capps, Gene Thomas, Laurinburg 
Cardwell, Richard Craig, Ruffin 
C arpenter. Flay Gordon, Shelby 
Carpenter, William H., Laurinburg 



Carrier, William Stephen, IIL Favetteville 
Carroll, John Erwin, IH, Hyattsville, Md. 
Carson. George. H. Elkin 
Carter. Charles Wesley. Georgetown. S. C. 
Carter. John Dandridge. HI. Gastonia 
Carter. William B. M.. Lookout Mtn.. Tenn. 
Carvajal. Juan F.. Havana. Cuba 
C ashwell. Victor Foster, Fayetteville 



Causey. Joel Edwin, Lakeview 

Caville. Dennis Lane. Takoma Park. Md. 

Caylor. John F.. Jr., Rome, Ga. 

C hadwick. Dexter Gregory, Charlotte 

C h.ilvcrus. Michael Clark, Columbus. Ga. 

( hamhers, Frances Blackwell, Durham 

( li.inm, Michael Henry, Atlanta, Ga. 

Ch.iplin, Don Clarence, Columbia 



Check. Jerry Leon, Roaring River 
Christopher, Francis N., Ridgewood. N. J. 
Chiiscd. Paul Leon. Kinston 
(. lapp. Hubert Bruce, Swannanoa 
Clapp, Philip Lee. Swannanoa 
Clark, Jerry Ralph, Glenside, Pa. 
Clark, William D., Wavnesville 
Clayton, Harvev Millard, Durham 



(line, Emniett Woodrow, Conover 
(line. Wavne Nelson, Salisbury 
Clovd. Franklin Eugene, Jr., Charlotte 
Cobb, James Francis, Bethesda, Md. 
t obb. James Richard, Montchanin, Del, 
( obb. Richard Harper. Durham 
( obb, Robert Linah, Oak Ridge. Tenn. 
Cochrane. Carol Jean. Charlotte 



Cochrane. Richard Bovd. Jr.. Concord 
Cocke. Stanley Howland. Asheville 
Coggin. Duane Ci[.i\. ( h.ulotlc 
Cohn, Richard Jav. Birniini;liam. Ala. 
Coker, Robert Martin, Chapel Hill 
Coleman, Philip Divoll, Greenville 
Colev, Gordon B., Charlotte 
Collins, Christian Curtis. Charlotte 



Commander, Jonathan D.. Jacksonville. Fla 
Conrad. Harris William. Hartlord. Vt. 
Cook, Charles Russell, Cherryville 
Coon, Steven Donald, Fallston 
Counts, Delray Sterling, Ponta Vedra, Fla. 
C ozart, Bucky Wayne. Roxboro 
Craig. Michael Fulton, Stanley 
Cranford, Samuel Davis, Jr., Asheboro 



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Crawford, Emerson Germarion, Jr., Franklin 
Creech, Donald R., Selma 
Creem. Timothy John, Sands Point, N. Y. 
Creveling, William Sloan, III, Charlotte 
Crook, Robert Murphy, Chapel Hill 
Crowder, Alvin Floyd, Jr., Winston-Salem 
Culpepper, Anthony Andrew, Elizabeth City 
Curtis, George Wilbur, Jr., Old Fort 



Curtis, Leroy Franklin, Jr., Portsmouth, Va. 
Dahle, David Elliott. High Point 
Daniel, Van Womack, IH, Ruffin 
Daniel, Victor Wayne, Liberty 
Dannemann, Stanley William, Norfolk, Va. 
Dantzler, David H.. Atlanta, Ga. 
Davidson, Andrew, New Bern 
Davidson, Arthur Owen, Jr., Richmond, Va. 



Davis, Clyde Edwin, Cornelius 
Davis, Harry Lawrence, Roper 
Davis, Harrv Petar, Jr., Charlotte 
Davis. James Steven, Denton 
Davis. Ralph Eric, North Wilkesboro 
Davis, Roger Al., Fort Lauderdale, Fla 
Davis, William E., Rich Square 
Day, Donald Grofl. Woodale 



Deal, Alvena Rebecca, Hickory 
Deal, David Vernon, Jr., North Wilkesbori 
DeArmon, John Adams, Charlotte 
Dennis, Stephen Neal, Kensington, Ga. 
Dietenhofer, Paulette Dianne, Pinehurst 
Dixon, Wallace Wade, Dunn 
Dobson, Richard Donald, Nebo 
Douglas, Robert Dick, III, Greensboro 



Dowell, William Thatcher, Wcstfield. N. J. 
Downey. Bruce Johnson, III, Jacksonville 
Drinkard. Joel Flood, Jr., Greensboro 
Dubuc, Russell Guv, Rock Hill, S. C. 
Duckworth. William Clyde. Jr., Charlotte 
Duff, William Erskine, Jr., Greenville 
Duggins, James Nathan, Fayettevillc 
Dunkley, Kenneth Malcolm, Norfolk, Va. 



Dunlap, Charles C. Ill, Aruba, Neth. Antilles 
DuPalevich, Phil Paul, Greensboro 
Durston. James Shields, Lumberton 
Dworin, Elliott Matthew, Rockaway, N. J. 
Eason. Alton Paul, Snow Hill 
Edwards. Elbert Edwin, III. McKenzie. Tenn. 
Edwards, Glenn Howard, Siler City 
Edwards, Larry David, Fayetteville 



Edwards, Richard Everett, Auburn. Ala. 
Edwards, Robert Wayne, Ronda 
Elden. Leonard Lord. Wellesley, Mass. 
Eller, Hilbert Raynard, Salisbury 
Filer, William David, North Wilkesboro 
Ellington, Stewart Lane, Jacksonville 
Elliott, William Thomas, Jr., Oxford 
Elrod. Charles Ellison, Jr.. Charlotte 



Ennis. Lillian Sandra, Lenoir 
Epstein, Kathryn, Raeford 
Epton, Loren Wall, Jr., Red Springs 
Erwin. Daniel Thompson, Durham 
Eskridge, Elbert Stanford, Jr., Kenly 
Eskridge. Joseph Dumont, Jr., Hillsboro 
Eubanks, Carolyn Lecretia, Bynum 
Evans, Jerry Lynn, Lexington 



Feezor, Billy Stokes, Jr., Asheboro 
Ferguson, Carl Grant, Red Springs 
Fesperman, William Edward, China Grov 
Finch, George W., Jr., Wallace 
Fishel, Carol Genet, Winston-Salem 
Fisher, Gerald Michael, Cliflfside 
Fisher, Thomas Grantham, Raleigh 
Fishman, Joel Peter, South Orange, N. J. 



Fleisher, Leslie Allen, Wilmington 
Fleming. Charlie Richard, Durham 
Flinn, Henry I., Ill, Chapel Hill 
Fluet, Joseph Emile, Jr., Sanford, Me 

' Folger, Worth Barnard, Jr.. Sparta 
Fowler. Dan Madison, Norfolk, Va. 

'/ Fox. Dennis Bryan, Jr., Albemarle 
Foxx, Thomas Allen, Banner Elk 



Frankel, Marty R., White Plains, N. Y. 
Franks, Robert Berry, Greensboro 
Freas, John Morgan, Walnut Cove 
Freeman, Claude Quarterman, Jr., Charlotte 
Freeman, Douglas Garland. Jr.. Gates 
Froneberger, John D., Lincolnton 
Frye, Robert Morris, Avondale 
Fulk, Clyde Oliver, Jr., Pinnacle 



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Fuller, Edwin Rudolph. Jr.. Salisbury 
Fuller. John Dwight. Milwaukee. Wis. 
Fullwood. James Roy. Jacksonville 
Furches, Henry Clay. Clemmons 
Furr. Kenneth Ray, Albemarle 
Gabriel. Don Alexander. Mooresvillc 
Ganderson. Alan Philip. Norfolk. Va. 
Garris. John Marshall. Rocky Mount 



Gates. Joseph Braxton. Hillsboro 
Gates. Joseph Thomas, Hillsboro 
Gathings, Thomas DeWeese. Charlotte 
Gehring. John Edward. Albemarle 
Gelberman, Richard Hugh. Asheville 
Gentle. James Eddie. Statesville 
Gertz. Alan S.. Scarsdale, N. Y. 
Girling. Rowland Lea. Monroe. Va. 



Gladstein, Michael Jay. Durham 
Glenn. James Kirk, Jr.. Winston-Salem 
Goldman, Edward Davis. Salisbury 
Good, Earl Williamson, Fort Lauderdale, Fla 
Gooding, Carl Whitney, Hagerstown, Md. 
Goodwin. Cleon Walton. Wilson 
Goodwin. Richard Henderson. Edenton 
Goodwin. Willie Parker. Edenton 



Gorham. James Samuel. lU. Rocky Mount 
Graham. William Albert. Jr.. Chapel Hill 
Graham, William Alexander, UL Durham 
Grant, Carroll Byron, Charlotte 
Gray, James Charles, Gastonia 
Gray, James Eber, Jr.. Robersonville 
Gredell, Gary Wayne, Dover, Del. 
Greenberg, Stephen Neil. Jamaica, N. Y. 



Greene. James Verdery. Fayetteville 
Grifleth. William Francis. Jr.. Atlanta, Ga 
Griffin. James Keith. Asheville 
Griffin. Robert Lee. New London 
Griggs. Thomas Russell. Lexington 
Gross. Stephen Curtis. Boonville 
Gulledge, Charles Brooks, Hamlet 
Gupton, William Owen, Zebulon 



Gurley, Isaac Dean, Goldsboro 
Gurley, Margaret Barry, Sanford 
Hackney, Alfred Justice. Jr., Siler City 
Hager. James Ronald. Salisbury 
Hahn. Joseph Edward. Gastonia 
Hall. Frank Alden, Alexandria, Va. 
Hallman, Johnny Miller, III, Charlotte 
Hampton, Phillip Terry, Coinjock 



Hanes, James Gordon, Pfafftown 
Hanson, Jane Boyles. Jacksonville. Fla. 
Happel. Henry W.. III. Garden City, N. 'i 
Harding. Dennis Ray, Jr., Charlotte 
Harp, Leon Patterson, Warrenton 
Harrar, Evan Llewellyn. Weston. Conn. 
Harriett. George William, Jr.. Roseboro 
Harris Charles Waverly, III, Richmond, Va 



Harris, Cornelius Jackson. Greenville 
Harris. David Morion, Gastonia 
Harris, Douglas Edwin, Chapel Hill 
Harris, James Osborn, Oxford 
Harris, Sara Ann, Asheville 
Harris, Walter Franklin, Bynum 
Harriss, Herbert Lvnch. Wilmington 
Hart, John Edgar, Hope Mills 



n, James Daniel. Jr.. Raleigh 
Hassell. Charles Roberson. Jr.. Beaufort 
Hasty. James Bonner. Hickory 
Hatch. Charles Monroe. Sanford 
Hatch, William A. H.. Birmingham. Ala. 
Hatfield. J. WUliam, III. Richmond. Va. 
Hauser, Frank Marion. IV. Goldsboro 
Hauser. Robert Joseph. Winston-Salem 



Hawkins, Grady Harold, Candler 
Hawkins, Oscar Berval, Raleigh 
Hayes, Gary Kent, North Wilkesboro 
Hedrick, Mary Frances, Richmond. Va. 
Hefelfinger. Daniel Tucker. Charlotte 
Helms, Michael James, Goldsboro 
Helms, Worth McLendel, Charlotte 
Henderson, Albert Allen. Lynn 



Heritage, David Maull, Atlanta, Ga. 
Herring. Rufus McPhail. Jr., Clinton 
Herritage, Thomas Morduit, New Bern 
Hester, James Michael, Portsmouth, Va. 
Heuay, Clifton Robertson, Roanoke Rapids 
Heymann, Peter Lawrence, Asheville 
Hicks, Denver Floyd, Siler City 
Hicks, Fred Allen, Wise 



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Hicks, Ronald Eugene. Henrietta 
Hight. William Christopher, Henderson 
Hill, Brent O'Neil, Trenton 
Hinton, Harvey Douglas, Gibsonville 
Hipps. Charles William, Lake Junaluska 
Hobson, Fred Colby, Jr., Yadkinville 
Hodges, Gerald Garant, Johnson City, Tenn. 
Hoechster, John Howard, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Hoffman. James William. Raleigh 
Hoke, Barrie Franklin. Conover 
Holcher. Frank Theodore. Asheville 
Holland, Tony Lyles. Statesville 
Hollander. Jeffrey Alan, Greensboro 
Hollifield, Cecil Larry. Charlotte 
Honeycutt. David Fred. Mt. Holly 
Honeycutt. Jeffrey Scott. Marion 



Houston, Diana Dee, Chapel Hill 
Houser, John William. Charlotte 
Howard. Edwin Stephen. Mooresville 
Hoyle, William Sidney. Durham 
Hudson. Wayne Albert. Greenville. S. 
Huffman. Don Wayne, Salisbury 
Hughes. William Don. Asheboro 
Hull, Robert Daniel, Bethesda. Md. 



Hunt, James David. Arlington, Va. 
Hunt. Samuel Pancoast. New Haven. Conn. 
Hunter, William Collett. Hilton, N. Y. 
Huntley. Robert Stephen, Lexington 
Hyde. Wilson Pennington, Charlotte 
Hyman, Bobby Sherrod, Rescue. Va. 
Hyman, Irwin Barry. High Point 
Iddings. William Robert. Albemarle 



Ingle, George Ballard, Asheville 

Irwin, Richard J.. Danville. Va. 

Jackson, Douglas, St. Pauls 

Jackson, Neal A., Raleigh 

Jackson, Samuel, HL St. Michaels, Md. 

James. Thomas Michael, Canton 

Jarrelt. Tommy Willis, Hayesville 

Jefferds. Joseph C III, Charleston, W. Va. 



Jeffries, Margaret Louise, Raleigh 
Jessup, William E., Narberth, Pa. 
Johansson. Nelly Christine, Chapel Hill 
Johns, Arnold Earl, Atlanta. Ga. 
Johnson, Brian Richard. Springfield, Pa. 
Johnson, Bruce Champney, Annandale, > 
Johnson, Jerry Ellis, Hickory 
Johnson, Mary Diana, Ardsley, N. Y. 



Johnston, Charles David, III. Elizabeth City 
Johnston, David Beatty. Alexandria. Va. 
Johnston. Wilbur Lee, Jr.. Belhaven 
Jonas, Richard Elliott, Lincolnton 
Jones, Charles Ray, Rockingham 
Jones, Henry Lawrence, St. Pauls 
Jones, Joe Athel. Waynesville 
Jones, Max Frederick. Jr., Kinsion 



Jones. Waldo Clyde. Jr.. Norfolk. Va. 
Jorgensen. Philip Claridge, Durham 
Justice. Floyd Franklin, Whileville 
Kalev, James Dudley, Pittsburgh. Pa. 
Kane. Paul James. Jr., Asheville 
Kearse. William O.. Jr.. Canton 
Keese, Timothy G., Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Keith, John Jackson, Alton. 111. 



Kelly. Douglas Floyd, Lumberton 
Kelly, Sandra Liggett. Durham 
Kemp, Donald Lee. Anniston. Ala. 
Kennedy, Glenn Arthur, Jackson 
Kern. Daniel. Fayetleville 
Keyser, John Alden. Jr.. Montclair, N. J. 
King, Donaldson Wells, Tarboro 
King, Isaac P., Troy 



King, Malvern Francis. Jr., Weldon 
King. Victoria Hallie. Raleigh 
Kirk, Charles Dayton. Asheville 
Kirk. John Edward, Goldsboro 
Kirkland. William Elliott, Bethesda. Md. 
Kirkpatrick. Curry. Lewiston, N. Y. 
Kleeberg, Lawrence Peter, Burlington 
Klepfer. Robert Onar, Jr., Mooresville 



Kline. Harvey Franklin, Salisbury 
Kollar. Joseph John, Forest City. Pa. 
Kosma, Alexander. Jr.. Concord 
Kottler, Nahum Harrv. Concord 
Kouri, Edward William, Chapel Hill 
Kruer, Merle Joseph. Louisville, Ky. 
Lacy, Thomas William, Charlotte 
Lail. Charles Ray. Conover 



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Lambf, Ronald Jay, Myrtle Beach, S. C. 
Lambert, Joel William, Jr., Spring Lake 
LaMonica, William K., Chesterfield, Mo. 
Lancaster, Harold Martin. Goldsboro 
Landau, Ted Smith, Albany, Ga. 
Langdon, Charles W., Coals 
Lankford, W. Randall, Jr., Brevard 
Laws, Sally Frances, Raleigh 



Layton, David Albert, Charlotte 
Leake, William Stuart, Jr., Winston-S; 
Lee, Charles David, Charlotte 
Lee, Joseph Byrd, Jr., Burlington 
Leggett, Jay Lynn, Pinetown 
LeGrand, John Lillington. Chapel Hill 
Lenz, John J., Jr., Charlotte 
Leonard, Ralph Hodges. Winston-Sale 



Leonhardt, Douglas Leon, Fallston 
Lepionka. Larry Bishop. Beaufort, S. C. 
Lesesne, Edward H., Jr., Knoxville, Tenn. 
Lester, Douglas Joe. Greensboro 
Lester. William Hugh. Asheville 
Lester, William L. G., Short Hills, N. J. 
Levine, George Joel, High Point 
Levinson, Harold Jay, Fredericksburg, Va. 



Lewis, George Thomas, Jr., Fayetteville 
Lindsay, Joseph Hamlin. Jr., Leaksville 
Ling. Edward Stuart, Long Valley, N. J. 
Lippard, Carol Nannette, Cleveland. Tenn. 
Litsinger, Glenn M.. Jr., Waynesboro, Va. 
Little, James Edwin, Kenly 
Little, Jerry Allen. Statesville 
Locke, Franklin Trumbull, Concord, Mass. 



Locklear. Cecil Orlander, Jr.. Durham 
Lominac, Thomas Charles, Weaverville 
Long, Donald M., Jr.. Cherry Hill, N. . 
Longest, James Patrick, Rose Hill 
Lopp. John Peter, HL Lexington 
Lopp, Ronnie Bruce, Lexington 
Lorber, David Martin, Winston-Salem 
Lowe, Robert Buford, Swannanoa 



Lowrance, William Wilson. Jr., Asheville 
Lowry, Roy Frank, Jr., Jackson 
Lukens, Robert Paul. Landsdale, Pa. 
Lumpkin, Troy Pickett. Naples, Italy 
Lunsford, Wayne Thomas. Yanceyville 
Lyon, Richard Jordan, Livingston, Ala. 
MacKethan. John Alexander, Whitakers 
MacNeil, James Scott, Ha 



McCardell, William Paul, Lancaster, Pa. 
McCarty. Perry Howell. Dunwoody, Ga. 
McCaskill, Donald Terry, Troy 
McCombs, James Talmadge, Granite Quarry 
McCormick, George Michael, Monroe 
McCuiston, Oscar Thomas. Jr., Kernersville 
McCurdy, MaryAnn Teresa, Statesville 
McDowell, James F., Statesville 



McGalliard, Ac Ann, Raleigh 
McGill. Douglas F. L. 

Toronto. Ontario. Canada 
McGintv. Park, Atlanta, Ga. 
McGovern, Richard Conrad, Bethesda, Md. 
Mclnncs. Stewart Craig. Raleigh 
MclniMc. James Howard. Burlington 
i\kKi.c. Horace Franklin, Jr., Asheville 
McKnight, Thomas Jean, New Bern 



McI .Turin. Michael David, Fayetteville 
Nkl rod. Donald Claude. Norman 
NkAlichacl. Jule. Jr., Reidsville 
NkAliU.in. Paul Douglas. Red Springs 
\k Mill. in. Robert A.. Charleston, W. Va. 
\kN.iin\. Francis Dalton, Greensboro 
\k\,ni\. William Glenn. Greensboro 
MlNiiII. William Michael, Whiteville 



Mack, Stephen Philip, Mc 

Maddison. Laurence B.. Jr., Scotland Neck 

Malski, Carl Michael, Hendersonville 

Malubickv, John J., Natrona Heights, Pa. 

Manlev, John Kendall, Asheville 

Mann, Betty Sue, Burlington 

Manning, Howard Edwards, Jr.. Raleigh 

Martin, Billy Ray, Kernersville 



Martin, James Ronald. Raleigh 
Martin. Michael Glover. Jr.. Greenville 
Martin. Robert Leonard, Jr.. Reidsville 
Marvin, Harold William, HL Raleigh 
Massenburg, Johnsye E.. Raleigh 
Massengale, Danny Luther, Raleigh 
Massey, John McLain. Troutman 
Mast, Horace Malcolm, Sugar Grove 



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Masten, Michael Anthony, Greensboro 
Masters, Raphael Thaddeus. Ill, Greensboro 
Matheson. Miriam Joyce, Chapel Hill 
Matthews, Cornehus Faison, Turkey 
Mattox, Phillip Roscoe, Murphy 
Maluszak. Susan Mary. Winston-Salem 
May, Alexander M., Bennettsville. S. C. 
May, Manlv Baker. Burlington 



Mayo. Herbert Brown. Richmond. Va. 
Meads, Lawrence Craig. Shawboro 
Mechum, James F.. Clemmons 
Medlin. Phillip Tracy. Benson 
Melvin, Sylvia Kay, Aberdeen 
Mercier, Vivian Allan Ciaran. 

Port Washington, N. Y. 
Merriam. Robert Jones, Charlotte 
Merrill. William Harrison. Atlanta. Ga 



Mewborn. John Moses, Jr., Farmville 
Mewborn. Quentin Alexander. Jr.. Farmville 
Meyer. Julien Herman, Jr., Roanoke, Va. 
Michels. Ronald Glenn, Henderson 
Middleton, Henry Moore, HI, Raleigh 
Miller, Anthony Wisner. Cedarhurst, N. Y. 
Miller, Jane Adelaide. Columbia, S. C. 
Miller, Joseph Norman, New Rochelle. N. \. 



Miller. Sherry Elaine. Jefferson 
Mills. Everette Ernest, HI, Greensboro 
Mills. Susan McRae, Plymouth 
Milton. Jack Jr.. Greensboro 
Misenheimer, Fred Mozeile, Jr.. Maxton 
Monette, Alan Val, Smithfield. Va. 
Moore, Abner G.. Hayesville 
Moore, Edward Rufus. Fuquay Springs 



Moore, John Ira. Jr., Raleigh 
Moore. Robert Dunn. Goldsboro 
Mooring, Joseph Ray. Jr.. Fremont 
Moormun, Lynn Buckner. Rutherfordton 
Morgan. Kent August. Greensboro 
Morin, Robert Hunter, Orange, Va. 
Morris, Jimmy Cole, Bunn 
Morris, Joseph Arnold, Rutherfordton 



Morrow, Roderick Prescott, N. Wilkesboro 
Mullen, Douglas Truman, Wendell 
Muller, Chandler Robinson, Winter Park. Fla 
Mullis. Julia Bryce. Chapel Hill 
Murphey. William Reid. Lookout Mm.. Tenn 
Murray. Ronald Ford, Winston-Salem 
Mustard. Lewis Williams. Chapel Hill 
Myrick, Donald Ernest, Greensboro 



Nathanson, Alan Jeffrey, Greensboro 
Neal, Francis Brent, Yanceyville 
Neely. Charles Batcheller. Jr.. 

Bloomfield Hills, Mich. 
Nelson. Willard John. Murfreesboro. Tenn. 
Nelson, William Carl, Jr., Huntington, W. V; 
Nesbitt, James Monroe, Jr.. Weaverville 
Ness. James Kenneth, Chapel Hill 
Nicholls. Frederick Timothy, Canton 



Nicholson, Garland Farnell, Jr.. Richlands 
Nicholson, Ivan Wayne, Bath 
Nordan, Kerry Gene, Hillsboro 
Norlander, Charles David, HI. Brevard 
Norris, Lewis Harold, Kinston 
Oare. Ernest Morris, South Bend, Ind. 
Oliver, Russell Timothy, Columbia, S. C. 
Orrell, David Lee, Linwood 



Overcash. Donald Baxter. Danville, Va. 
Overcash. Kav Engene, Kannapolis 
Overholt. John H.. Norfolk, Va. 
Overton. William Lee. Durham 
Owens. Norman Pressly. Statesville 
Owens, Phil Lamar. High Point 
Owens. Richard Gwyn, North Wilkesboro 
Page, Danny Floyd, Salisbury 



Page. Lavon Barry, Salisbury 
Pagett, James Rogers, Winston-Salem 
Parham, William Moore, Lookout Mtn., Tenn. 
Parker, Robert Vann, Greensboro 
Parker, Simpson Martin, Charleston, S. C. 
Parker. Thomas Hackney, Roper 
Parks. Michael Lashley, Graham 
Parks, Owen Tracy. Ill, Southern Pines 



Paris, Ronald Charles. Brevard 
Parrish, David Monroe. Winston-Salem 
Parrish, Walter Bennett, Jr., Rocky Mol 
Parrott. Donald Benton, Kinston 
Patsch, Joel Edwin. Gastonia 
Peake. Michael David, Greensboro 
Pearce. Linda Leigh. Hendersonville 
Pearson, Dudley Gatewood, Atlanta, Ga 



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Peddicord, James Lee. Newport News, Va 
Pennell, Susan Best. Lenoir 
Pennington, Kenneth Edward, Durham 
Pennv, Ronald Terry, Fuquay Springs 
Perian, George Douglas, Mt. Olive 
Perrv, Robert Edward, Jr., Selma 
Perrv, Jack Sherwood, Jr.. Concord 
Perrvman. Charles Richard. Winston- Saler 



Persson, Eric Alfred, Jr., Boonton, N. J. 
Peterson, David Lalister, Clinton 
Peterson, Russell Leon, Thomasville 
Peterson, Thomas McKeel, Elon College 
Petree, George Curtis. Jr.. Winston-Salem 
Pettit, Gerald Talmadge, Brevard 
Phillips, Claude Frank, Winston-Salem 
Phillips, Stanley Davis, High Point 



Philp. Richard Nilson, Vero Beach, Fla 
Phipps, Mack William, Grassy Creek 
Pickett. Jeffrey Charles, Charlotte 
Pierce, James William, Garner 
Pittman, Bernice Edward, Wilson 
Pittman, Michael John, Durham 
Pittman, Vernon Dale, Newland 
Plott, Carolyn Louise, Oxford 



Plummer, Ronald Julian, Randleman 

Pope, William Parker, Dunn 

Potts, Andrew David, Welcome 

Powell. Mary Jane, Morganton 

Pratt. Edward William. Jr., Haddonfield, N. J. 

Presson. Jack Bennett. Monroe 

Price. Jerry Lee. Hickory 

Pridgen, Rufus Allen, Cameron 



Prindle, Richard Gary, Atlanta, Ga. 
Propst. James Augustus. Morganton 
Pruit. Carl Gaskill. Newport 
Pryor, Claude Edison. Jr.. Ruffin 
Pryor, William Leonard. Jr., Ruffin 
Pshyk, Fred Utz, Durham 
Quillian, Patricia Anne, Bradenton, Fla. 
Quinn. James Elwood. Jr.. Beulaville, 



Quinn, Judith Dane, Gastonia 
Quintus, John Allen. Arlington, Va. 
Rabb, Richard Avery. Shelby 
Radford. David Eugene. Chapel Hill 
Radford. Michael Junius. Snow Hill 
Rainey, Harris A.. Jr.. Kanapolis 
Rambo. Robert Pratt. Balboa. Canal Zone 
Rankin. Peter Brinton. Haverford. Pa. 



Ranson. David Harris, Charlotte 

Rav. Robert Glenn. Louisburg 

Reagan. Robert Malcolm. Kingsport. Tenn. 

Reaves. Thomas Lawrence. Jacksonville 

Redding. Thomas Henry. Jr., Asheboro 

Reeves, Charles Steven, Canton 

Reid, Punk. Charlotte 

Reynolds, Thomas Colson, Asheville 



Rhodarmer. William Fredrick. Canton 
Rhodes. James Slade. UI, Williamston 
Rice. Larry Lizzy. High Point 
Ridout, Henry Wayne, Durham 
Riley. James Clifford. Salisbury 
Ringland. Kathryn G., Oak Ridge, Tenn. 
Ringwalt, Arthur Rumney, Jr.. Chapel Hill 
Robbins. David Lawrence, Kingsport, Tenn 



Roberson, Wilbur Steve, Henderson 
Robertson, Thomas Lee, Jr.. Baltimore. Md. 
Robinette. William Harold, Jr.. Statesville 
Robinson. James Lee. Naples. Fla. 
Rogers. Herman Pearson. Jr., Rowland 
Rogers, James V.. Raleigh 
Rogers. Leonard March. Arlington. Va. 
Rogers. Robert Kent. Durham 



Rogers. William Melvin, Charlotte 
Rogerson. Jimmy Arlyn. Edenton 
Rose, Charles Anderson, Shelby 
Rose, William Nicholas, Jr., WaUace 
Ross. Coleman Devane. Pleasant Garden 
Rotli. Richard E.. Wantagh, N. Y. 
Rowan. Spencer Ford. Metairie. La. 
Rowe. William Thomas, Asheville 



Royster, William Thomas, Henderson 

Runge, Sam Stephen, Winston-Salem 

Ryan, Jim L., Concord 

Ryerson Paul B., Wayne, N. J. 

Samsot. Robert Louis, New Orleans. La. 

Sapp. David. Jr.. Stoneville 

Sargent. Richard Berton. Charlotte 

Sarratt. Alexander Reed. UL Nashville. Tenn. 



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Satterwhite. Lynwood Hunter, Winston-Salem 
Sayers, Donald Dean, Gastonia 
Schlacter, John Lathrop, Hudson, Ohio 
Schmidt, Marjorie Gertrude, Tucson, Ariz. 
Schuchardt. Louise Novelle, Durham 
Schuller. Jeremy Clinton, Fairfax, Va. 
Schultz, John Frederick, Atlanta, Ga. 
Schwartz, David Malcolm, Greensboro 



Scott. Christopher Martin, Fair Bluff 
Scott, Thomas Fletcher, Jr., Rockwood, Tenn. 
Seagle, Thomas Caldwell, Hickory 
Seaton, Paul Russell, Highlands 
Sechrest, Melville Lee, Browns Summit 
Seely, Fred Loring, HI, Asheville 
Sensenig, Steven Foley, Birmingham, Ala. 
Sentelle, David Bryan, Enka 



Seyle, Gerald Leroy. Charleston Heights, S. C. 
Seymour, Glynn Douglas, Zebulon 
Shapiro, Gordon Hoffman, Roanoke. Va. 
Shapiro, Ira George, Winston-Salem 
Share, Stewart, Silver Spring. Md. 
Shaver, Huitt Roger, N. Wilkesboro 
Sheely, Royal Edwin, Chapel Hill 
Shelburne, John Daniel, Raleigh 



Shell, William Robert, Hickory 
Shelton, Frank Wesley, Jr., Durham 
Shelton, George Edward, HL Wallace 
Sheps, David Samuel, New York, N. Y. 
Sherrill, J. Wayne, Denver 
Sherwood, William James, Washington 
Shinn, Harold Lee, Charlotte 
Shoaf, Milton Bays, Jr., Kannapolis 



Shook, Ronald E., Asheville 
Shroat, Jerry Gordon, Asheville 
Shugart, Dorothy Banks, Halifax 
Sieber, Peter Joseph, Hendersonville 
Siegel, Edward Mark, Jr., New York, N. Y. 
Sifford, Jerry Lee, Mount Holly 
Silliman, Scott Livingston, Auburndale. Mas: 
Silver, Frank Morris, Leaksville 



Simmons, Russell E., Jr., Rockwood, Tenn. 
Simpson, Bryan, Jr., Jacksonville, Fla. 
Simpson, Robert Brent, Greensboro 
Sims, Marion D., Westfield, N. J. 
Singer, Richard Gregg, Salisbury 
Sjoholm, John Anders, Atlanta, Ga. 
Skeen, William V., Denton 
Slaughter, J. S., UL Kannapolis 



Sloop, Edgar Wayne, Mooresville 
Smart, William Henry, Forest City 
Smiley, Scott Landram, Greenville 
Smith, James Fielding, Wingate 
Smith, John Troy, Fayetteville 
Smith, Reginald Ballard, Plymouth 
Smith, Robert Bailey, HI, Waynesboro, Va. 
Smith, Windell Britton, Jr., Charlotte 



Sneed, Albert Lee, Jr., Pinehurst 
Snell, Thomas Richard, Winston-Salem 
Snider, Tim, New York, N. Y'. 
Snyder, Charles Edwin, lU, Norfolk, Va 
Snyder, James William, ThomasviUe 
Spain, Clarence Michael, Charlotte 
Spangler, Arthur Neal, Jr., Lattimore 
Sparrow, John Templeton. Mooresville 



Spearman, Robert Worthington, Chapel Hill 
Spell, Oscar Glenn, HI, Wendell 
Spencer, G. Rhett. UL Rockingham 
Spencer, Theodore R., Jr., Browns Summit 
Spencer, Tracy N., South Charleston, W. Va. 
Spies, Peter Frederick, Maplewood, N. J. 
Spring, Harry Charles, Kensington, Md. 
Spruill, James Alexander, Cheraw, S. C. 



Spurrier, Elmer Raymond, Jefferson City. Mo. 
Stack, Robert Cole, Raleigh 
Stanley, Ronald Woodrow, Burlington 
Starnes, Jimmy Dayle, Monroe 
Stearns, Junius Stitt, UL Laurinburg 
Stebbins, Marv Patricia, Durham 
Steelman, Ronald Howell, Spencer 
Stein, Jay Joseph, Florence, S. C. 



Stembler, John Hardwick, Jr., Atlanta, Ga. 
Stevens, Harrell Hugh, Jr., Burlington 
Stogowski, Joseph John, Westfield, N. J. 
Stone, James R., Pilot Mountain 
Stout, Frank Palmer, Fayetteville 
Stroupe. William Edward, Raleigh 
Strubing, Philip Henry, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Stubbs, Clifford Earl, Rowland 



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Swann, Wendy, Raleigh 
Swansson, James Herbert. Kings Mountain 
Swing, Jeffrey Bruce, Kannapolis 
Swofford, Steplien Paul, Columbus, Ohio 
Szymaitis, James Adam, Canonsburg, Pa. 
Tate, Charles Murray, Greensboro 
Tate, Edward Ray, Mt. Airy 



Taylor, Charles Morrison, 11, Asheville 
Taylor, Daniel L., Kinston 
Taylor, David George, Westfield, N. J. 
Taylor, Edward Alan. Wilmington 
Taylor, Frances Elizabeth, Snead's Ferry 
Taylor, Herman LeRoy, HI, Arapahoe 
Taylor, Norwood Travis, Jr., Raleigh 



Taylor, Ray, Atlanta, Ga. 

Taylor, William Allen, Greensboro 

Teaney, Myron Rex, Jr., Goldsboro 

Templeton. Eugene Billie Zollie, HI, Hickory 

Tew, Franklin Truett, Clayton 

Thomas, Clifton Boyd, Jr., Concord 

Thomas, John Havemeyer, Washington, D. C. 



Thomas, John Stephen, Charlotte 
Thomas, Michael Maynard, Greensboro 
Thompson, Alexander S., Jr., Lumberton 
Thompson, Fred Caldwell, Jr., Lincolnton 
Thompson. Samuel Griffin, Wilson 
Thornburg, John Glenn, Charlotte 
Thorneloe, Keith Cartledge, H, Forest City 



Thum, Richard C, Cleveland Heights, Ohio 
Tilden, Douglas Fuller, Winter Garden, Fla. 
Tillman. Nancy Wood, Raleigh 
Tison, Joseph Southwood, Savannah, Ga. 
Topkins, William Cagle, Guilford College 
Topping, John Harrison, Akron, Ohio 
Trenbath, Richard S., Washington, D. C. 



Trent, William Cecil. Jr.. Bassett, Va. 

Triplett, John Chester, Roxboro 

Trogdon, Calvin Lancaster, Winston-Salem 

Troy, Helen June, Liberty 

Turner, Marshall Lee. Jr., Gastonia 

Tuthill. Ronald Floyd, Rockingham 

Tysinger, Henry Wilson. HI. Charlotte 



Ullman. Lorna Louise. Ventura, Calif. 
Vanderberry. Robert Carroll, Jr., Ahoskie 
Van Lear, Murray Martin, II, Roanoke, Va. 
Vaughan. Roland Harris, Jr., Edenton 
Vick, William Milton, High Point 
Viverette, Ralph King, Jr., Enfield 
Von Glahn, William Giles, Scarsdale, N. Y. 



Wales, Heathcole, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands 

Walker. William Wirt. Jr., Fountain 

Wall, Roger Bryant. Raleigh 

Wallace, Marcus Heavner, Smilhfield 

Walmsley, Paul, Salisbury 

Walston, William Albert, Scotland Neck 

Walter, Daniel Martin. Albemarle 



Walter, Donald Patrick, Albemarle 
Walton, Asa James, Jr., Jacksonville 
Walton, Everette Joseph, Jr., Salisbury 
Walton, William Edward, Aiken, S. C. 
Walz, Richard Edward, Greensboro 
Ward, James Bernard, Bladenboro 
Ward, John Prickett, Bladenboro 



Ward, Needham Eldon, Lumberton 
Ward, Ronald Young, Raleigh 
Ward, Walton Leonard, Durham 
Warmbrod, William Kenneth, Raleigh 
Warren, Alfred Daniel, HI, Snow Hill 
Warren, James Robert, Dunn 
Warren, William Addison, Laurel, Md. 



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Wason. Catherine Louise. Raleigh 
Waikins, Howard William, Jr., Lillington 
Watt. David Stanley. Jr.. Lancaster, Pa. 
Wearb, Jerome Jay, Charleston, S. C. 
Weatherly, William Jesse, Washington 
Weathers, William Albert, Lattimore 
Weeks, Richard Lon, Jr., Greensboro 



Weil, Alan. Goldsboro 
Weiser, Conrad Walton, Salisbury 
Wells. Edward Warner. Smithfield 
Wells, Harold William, lU. Wilmington 
Wells, Herbert Andrews, Mt. Olive 
Westall. Donald Charles, Marion 
Westmoreland, Jerry Twain, Hillsville, V 



Westrick, Richard Lee. St. Petersburg. F!a. 
Wheeler. William Harry. Jr.. Union Citv, G 
Wheless, Glenn Allan, High Point 
Whichard, Obie Guilford, Durham 
Whitaker. Phillip Stewart, Durham 
White, Joseph Michael. Winston-Salem 
White. Milbern Charles, Jr.. Cheraw, S. C. 



White, Otto, New Bern 
White, William Rufus, Greensboro 
Whiteside, Carl Thomas. Greensboro 
Whitfield, Bobby Gene. Newton Grovt 
Whitfield, WiUiam Jerry. Rutherfordto 
Whitley, Harvey Franklin, China Gro\ 
Whitley, Jack West, Kinston 



Whitley, Robert Riley, Yanceyville 
Wilday. James R.. Westfield, N. J. 
Wilder, Bobby Hugh, Raleigh 
Wiles. C. Dave. North Wiikesboro 
Wilkens, Edward Vernon, Smithfield 
Williams. Bernard F., Jr.. Savannah, ' 
Williams, John Buxton, HI, Ahoskie 



Williams, Michael Robert, Greensboro 
Williams, Richard Dudley, Savannah, Ga. 
Williams, Russell Everett, Jr.. Robersonville 
Wills, Virginia Lee. Richmond. Va. 
Wilson, David Burke, Yanceyville 
Wilson, David K., Jr., Nashville. Tenn. 
Wilson, Franklin, Jr., Rocky Mount 



Windes, Thomas Calvin, Silver Spring, Md. 

Winslow, James Elbert, Jr., Hurdle Mills 

Winston, Robert Ward, Lillington 

Witt, Peter Ray, Hickory 

Wolfe. Charles Julian. Daytona Beach. Fla. 

Wommack. Spencer Thomas, III. Weldon 

Wood, Thomas B., Jr., New Canaan, Conn. 



Wood, William Bennett. Jr.. Greensboro 
Woodall, Harold Bert. Angier 
Woodall. William Eric, Jr., Benson 
Woodard. James Charles, Jr.. Selma 
Woody. Robert Edward, Gastonia 
Woody, William Edney. Gastonia 
Wooten. Billy Lee, Yadkinville 



Wrenn, Franklin Lafayette, Siler City 
Wuensch, Marc. La Crosse, Wis. 
Wyatl, John Clifford, Salisbury 
Yancey, Thomas Baugh, Gastonia 
Yeargan, Sherman A., Jr., Garner 
Yoder, James C, Mebane 
Young. James Blake, Jr.. Atlanta, Ga. 



Young, Jon Paul, Chevy Chase, Md. 
Young, Sherrill Franklin, Jr., Durham 
Young, Victor Peniston, Jr.. Charlotte 
Young, William Marion, Charlotte 
Zachary. Terry Lynn, Snow Camp 
Zaslav, Michael Jay, Cedarhurst, N. Y. 









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OFFICERS 



JACK HARRELL 
President 




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CLASS OF 1966 



Acee. John Marshall. Jr.. Asheville 
Ackerman, Scott Fulton. Atlanta. Ga. 
Adams. Jeffrey Paul. Nashville. Tenn 
Adams. Junius Greene, III. Asheville 
Aimone. William F., Midland Park, N. J. 
Ainsley. William Franklin, Jr.. Hertford 
Aldridge. John Eugene. Jr., Raleigh 
Alexander, Roy Fink. Jr.. Greensboro 
Allen. Allison Graham, Jacksonville. Fla. 



Allen, Dorothy Carolyn. Benson 
Allen. James Henry, IH. Greensboro 
Allen, William Harvey, Greenville 
Almond. Charles Malcolm, Red Springs 
Alpert, Carol Sue, Wilmington 
Alpert. Edward Michael, Lakewood. N. J 
Amend. John Frederick, Jr., Greensboro 
Anders, Judy Fay, Carrboro 
Anderson. Jon Edwin, Brevard 



Anderson. Neal Anthony, Wilson 
Anderson. Roy. Brevard 
Angel, James Lawler, San Rafael. Cali 
Angell, Robert Jones, Salisbury 
Archer, James Edgar, Pilot Mountain 
Armfield, Charles Emmett. Jamestown 
Arndt. Robert Michael. Chapel Hill 
Atwell. William Larry, Charlotte 
Augustine, Andrew John, Fayetteville 



Austin, Thomas Kelsey, Lenoir 
Aveni, Benjamin Rush, HL Sanford 
Averette. Hardee Alan. Oxford 
Avetl. Fred M.. Hamlet 
Babb, Henry Curtis, Ahoskie 
Baddour. Richard Allen, Goldsboro 
Bagwell. Larry Edward. Jr., Raleigh 
Bahnson, Frederic Fries, HI, Winston-Salem 
Baier, Richard Price, III, Edenton 



Baldwin. Bernard Coleman, Lynchburg, Va. 
Balivet. James Merrick. Danville, Vt. 
Ball. James Weeks. Jr., Elizabeth Citv 
Ballard. Glenn Gilbert, Dallas 
Ballard. Harry Hampton. Welch. W. Va. 
Ballenger, James Caudell, Raleigh 
Banks, Aubrey Malcolm, Harbinger 
Barbour. James Henry, Halifax. Va. 
Barfield. James Everett, Vidalia, Ga. 



Barnard. Frank Kenan. Tampa. Fla. 
Barnard, Robert Lee, Kannapolis 
Barnes. Michael Darr. Chevy Chase, Md. 
Barnes, Reuben Thompson, Elm City 
Barton. Charles Albert. Jr.. Charlotte 
Bason. Paul Michael, Graham 
Batten, Billy Gene, Selma 
Baum. Robert Leo. Jr., Jacksonville, Fla. 
Baxley. Robert Earl, Wagram 



Baxter, Connie Diane, Shelby 
Baynard, William T.. Jr., St. Petersburg. Fla 
Beaity, Joseph Robert, Charlotte 
Beckett, Robert S., Bright Waters. N. Y. 
Bell, Thomas Franklin, Goldsboro 
Bellman, Terry R., Robins A.F. Base, Ga. 
Belsinger, Jack Russell, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 
Benbow, William Edgar. Winston-Salem 
Bennett. Thomas B.. III. Summit. N. J. 



Benton. Bill Brantford. Denville, N. J. 
Bernstein. Steven Harris. Washington. D. 
Berrien. Thomas Benjamin, Fayetteville 
Best. Richard Lee, Greensboro 
Betty, Laban Tyson. Asheville 
Bishop, William Thomas, Lexington, Ky. 
Bivens. Lester Williams, Albemarle 
Black. Joseph Arthur. Ill, Charlotte 
Black, Robert Eugene, Jr., Gastonia 



Blackford. John Baldwin, Virginia Beach 
Blackman, C. M., Jr., Benson 

Blackwell. Hugh Allen. Roanoke Rapids 
Blalock, John Henry. Pilot Mountain 
Blanton. Tena Gail, Shelby 
Bledsoe. Sam, Rockwood, Tenn. 
Blowe, Ralph Boyd, Weldon 
Blue. Arthur C. Fayetteville 
Boal. Donald Stuart, Wake Forest 



Boardman, Richard Browning, Seekonk. Ma 

Bodenheimer. Paul Burgess, Chapel Hill 

Boggs. Charles Irving, Cartersville, Va. 

Bone. John Samuel, Weldon 

Bonner, John Hall. Greensboro 

Boone. Mary Lou. Chapel Hill 

Boren. Annette Gail, Chapel Hill 

Bost, Stanley Lloyd. Statesville 

Bouton. William Innes, Jr.. Greenville. S. ( 



Boyce, Jacob Cameron. Jr.. Tyner 
Boyd, David Guion. Norfolk, Va. 
Boyd, John Hay. Jr., Greens Farms. Conn 
Boyd. Troy T.. Washington 
Boykin. Jesse Robert, III. Wilson 
Boyles. Larry Wayne, Hickory 
Bradbury, Gerald Alton, Charlotte 
Brake, George Meiggs, Rocky Mount 
Brannon, Velnon Boyd, II, Raleigh 



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Branstrom. John Timothy, Morganton 
Brewer, James Estes. Lewisburg. W. V 
Brinkhous. John Robert, Chapel Hill 
Brinson, F. Edison, Jr., Charlotte 
Brilt, Gerald Glenn, Lumberton 
Brooks, Eaton, Darien, Conn. 
Broome, Bette Louise, Boone 
Broome, Hovle Sidney, Jr., Autryville 



Browder, Jasper Eugene, Windsor 
Brown, Jerry Samuel, Apex 
Brown, Lyndon Edgar, Stedman 
Brown, Paul Eugene. Huntersville 
Brown, Thomas Carl. Jr., Raleigh 
Brown. Thomas Hilton, Winston-Salem 
Brownlee, Richard Francis, Salisbury 
Bruce, Dennis Luther, Raleigh 



Byran, Charles Walter, Oxford 
Buchanan, David George. Greensboro 
Buchanan, Joe Earle, Forest City 
Bulklev. Joel Simpson, Southport, Conn. 
Bulla. Walter Spencer, III, Salisbury 
Bullard. Vaughn Evans, Selma 
Bullock, James Walter, Henderson 
Bullock, Joseph A.. Jr., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla 



Bunce. Jimmy Odell. Selma 
Bundy, Norma McKay. Madison 
Bunte, Louis Edward. Atlanta, Ga. 
Bunton. Ray Lincoln. Statesville 
Burchard. Russell C, Washington, D. C. 
Burge, David Everett, Jr„ Garden City, N. V. 
Burge. Randy Lester. High Point 
Burkette, David Wayne, Bethania 



Burns. Raymond Sidney. Eureka. Calif. 
Busby, Julian Goode, Kannapolis 
Busby, William Jarvis, Salisbury 
Butefish, Michael Lee, Charlotte 
Butler, Bonnie Claire, Gastonia 
Butler. George Tvssen. Jamaica. West In 
Butts, Harold Taylor, Jr., Lillington 
Bvrd, James Edward, Jr.. Raeford 



Cagle. Stephen Wayne. Burlington 
Cahoon. John Melvin. Harbinger 
Cain, Mary Joyce. Statesville 
Calder. Bobby James. Durham 
Caldwell. Richard Newton. Kannapolis 
Cameron. Harold Harrington, Broadway 
Cameron, Roy Gilbert, Jr.. Erwin 
Campbell. Charles Robert. Winston-Salen 



Campbell. William Terrell. Yazoo City. Mis 
Caputo. Kathryn Buford. Camp Lejeune 
Carabateas, Angela, Charlotte 
Carpenter, James Robert. Cramerton 
Carpenter. Kenneth Edwin. Jr.. Claremont 
Carr. Charles Albert, Jr.. Danville. Va. 
Carson, Donald Wayne, Rocky Mount 
Carson. Neill Mills, Gastonia 



Carter, Sydney J. B.. High Point 
Cashion. John W., Shelby 
Cassidy. William F.. Akron. Ohio 
Castelberry. Lacy Stewart. Garner 
Cathey, James David. Candler 
Chacey. Franklin Bradsher. Milton 
Chadwick, Walter Webb, Jr.. Roxboro 
Champney. John Lyman. Quarryville. Pa. 



Chance. Richard Brooks, Richmond, Va. 
Chapman, Max Carrol. Banner Elk 
Chappell. Robert Thomas. Greensboro 
Chears. Vachel T.. III. Charlottesville. Va. 
Cheatham, Elizabeth Parrish. Youngsville 
Chesnutt. James Alfred. III. Clinton 
Cheves. Keywood Carnell, Jr.. Littleton 
Chryssikos, Telemac N., Bluefield, W. Va. 



Church, Charles Bumgarner, Walkertown 
Churchill. Joseph Lacy. Roanoke. Va. 
Clackum. James William. Jr., Fayetteville 
Clark. Jerry Lee. Greensboro 
Claud. Michael Thomas, Loring A.F.B.. Me 
Clayton. Michael Bruce, Roxboro 
Clements, J. Larry. Durham 
Clingenpeel. Winfred Judd. Jr., Salisbury 



Cofer. Gilbert Milton. Winston-Salem 
Coghill, James Woods, Henderson 
Cole, James Maston, AsheviUe 
Cole, Thomas Phillip. Charleston, S, C. 
Coleman. Dexter Caswell. Ill, Elizabethtown 
Coleman. Joseph Edward, Jr., Hickory 
Collins, Leslie Gordon, Jr., Jamestown 
Coltellaro, Rosina A., Pittsburgh, Pa. 



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Congleion. William Charlie, Washington 
Cook, Billy Jones, Jr., Boone 
Cook. Harold L., Kannapolis 
Cooke, Jon David, High Point 
Cooper. Alfred Braswell, Jr., Morehead City 
Cordell, Thomas McNeill, Charlotte 
Cornelius, Willis Van, Jr.. Huntersville 
Cotlen, Robert Wesley. Fuquay Springs 



Covert. Edward Martin. Moncure 
Cowan, Robert Lansing, Jr., Powellsville 
Cowen. Peter Donnelly, Scarsdale, N. Y. 
Cox, Terry Gene. Gatesville 
Cozart, Thomas Morris. Greenville 
Craft, James Herd, Rutherfordton 
Craig, John Wesley, Jr., Charlotte 
Cramplon, Guy Clark. Raleigh 



Crawford. James Matthew. Ga 
Crawford. Jan Johnston, Candler 
Crawley, Jack Benjamin, Jr.. Hollister 
Creal. Richard Edward, Wharton, N. J. 
Creech. Laten Lewis, Winston-Salem 
Crissman, Bobby Winfred, Chapel Hill 
Cromartie, Luther Martin, Jr., Wilmington 
Cromartie, Robert Samuel, III, Fayetteville 



Crotts, Charles Cline, High Point 
Crow, Harry Bennett, Jr., Monroe 
Crowder, Ronald Lewis, Winston-Salem 
Crumley, Charles Edwin, Greensboro 
Culberlson, Robert Barber, Englewood, N. J. 
Culp, Robert William. Gastonia 
Cummings, John Clifford, High Point 
Cunningham, Donald Edward, Greensboro 



Dail, Rodney Lee, Elizabeth City 
Dail. Thomas Edward, Kinston 
Dailev, George James, Wayne, N. J. 
Daland. David Norton. Chapel Hill 
Daniel. James Marshall. Wilson 
Daugherty, Joseph Kenneth, Durham 
Daugherty, Thomas Alexander, High Po 
Davenport, Donald Frank, Franklin 



Davidson, Dianne E.. N. Miami Bea 
Davis. Ann Lynn. Grifton 
Davis, Carl Stephen, Charlotte 
Davis, Gregory M. P., Fayetteville 
Davis, Jefferson Bryan, Charlotte 
Davis, Jerry Carl, Pine Level 
Davis, Jerry Dale, West Cramerton 
Davis, John Mason, Henderson 



Davis, John Richard, Roxboro 
Davis, John William, Jr.. Burlington 
Davis, Marvin Lee, Jr., Elm City 
Davis, Paul Bennine, Jr., Buffalo, N. Y. 
Davis, Robert Carlton, Rocky Mount 
Davis, Spencer C. Hamptonville 
Deal. Douglas Wayne. Connelly Springs 
DeBarger, David M., Springfield, Mass. 



DeBruhl, Max Woodrow, Jr., Miami, Fla. 
Denny, Dwight Douglas, Pinnacle 
Derby, William Jay, Goldsboro 
Dickerson, James Claude, Jr., Oxford 
DiCostanzo, Alan Dewey, Rochester, N. Y. 
Dillon. Thomas Alexander. Greensboro 
Dingeldein, George Peter, Jr., Greensboro 
Doble, Richard DeGaris. Delray Beach, Fla 



Dotson, Bernard Earl, Jr., Carthage 
Dougherty, David Daniel, Boone 
Dowdy, Jerry Lee, Roseboro 
Downing, Eddie Converse, Charlotte 
Downton, Charles Edwards, HL 

Longmeadow, Mass. 
Doyle, George Wright, Pensacoia, Fla 
Drake, William C. Madison 
Dubis, Michael John. Erwin 



Dunham, Robert Jay, Jr., Silver Spring, Md. 

Dunivant, Jill E.. High Point 

Dunlevie, Malcolm Ward, Jr.. Atlanta. Ga. 

Dunn, Charles Edward, Pinetops 

Dunn, John Leo, Charlotte 

Dunn, Thomas Parker. Ayden 

Durham, Francis Marion, Charleston, S. C. 

Eagleton, Hugh Edward, Silver Spring, Md. 



Eason, Jeffrey Wayne, Williamston 
Eatman, Edward Laughtin, Jr., Rocky Mount 
Edge, Jerry Thomas, Roseboro 
Edgerton, Clyde Carlyle, Durham 
Edgerton, Robert Cregg, Carv 
Edmister, Russell Seymour, Chapel Hill 
Edmonds, Robert Davis, Warrenton 
Edwards, David Phillip, Fayetteville 



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Edwards. David Willard, Greensboro 
Edwards, Joan Howard, Stantonsburg 
Edwards, Joe Allen, Warsaw 
Edwards, Kenneth Cunningham, Charlotte 
Edwards, Ted Willis. Charlotte 
Ehrhart, Lawrence Albert, Orleans, Mass. 
Eisenband. Arthur, Greensboro 
Eisenberg, Randall Bentley. Wallace 



Elliott, James Lauriston, Virgilina, Va. 
Ellis, Robert Earl, Roanoke Rapids 
Ellis, Steven Paul, Gastonia 
Emory, John Burke, Baltimore. Md. 
Engler, Robert Louis, Chevy Chase, Md. 
Ennis, George William. Dunn 
Entwistle. James Marshall, Rockingham 
Estes, Douglas Edwin, Lenoir 



Estes, Melvin Joseph, Charlotte 
Etherington, Burton H., III. Haverford, Pa. 
Evans, Carl Chrisman, Berea, Ky. 
Evans, Elwyn Kim, Winter Park, Fla. 
Evans, Hoyt Ray. Jr.. Jacksonville 
Everett. Alpheous Kern, Jr.. Sneads Ferry 
Everhart. Koyt W.. Jr.. Winston-Salem 
Exum, Joe. Snow Hill 



Faircloth, Eugene Gray. Winston-Salem 
Faircloth. John Waller. Norwood 
Faison, Ozie Trevor, New Bern 
Falls, Richard Eugene. Gastonia 
Fann. Paul Douglas, Salemburg 
Farrior, Julian Wade, Greensboro 
Fassler, Paul Arthur. Framingham. Mass. 
Feder. Jeffrey Henry. York. Pa. 



Feher, David Terry. Topsfield. Mass. 
Feingold, William Steven, Melrose. Mass. 
Ferguson. Colin Carruthers, Chapel Hill 
Ferikes, Helen Rachel, Asheville 
Ferrell. Thomas Byron, Tarboro 
Ferris, Margaret Jan. Atlanta. Ga. 
Ficklen. Louis Stuart, Greenville 
Field, Russell Porter. Wyoming, Del. 



Finch. Charles Wilfred. Spring Hope 
Finch, William Curtis. Jr., Fayetleville 
Fish. Homer Vance, Canton 
Fisher, Aloma Mae. Salisbury 
Fisher, Stanley Groth, Jr., Kensington. Conn. 
Fitz-Simmons. Gordon Motle, Chapel Hill 
Flanagan, Michael Perkins. Kinston 
Fleming. Henry Davis. Jr., Boonville 



Forbes, Isa Marie, Raleigh 

Ford. Charles Ellis, Jr.. Louisburg 

Ford. Dale Norris. Spray 

Ford. Larry Martin. Charlotte 

Forster. David Chapman. Darien. Conn. 

Fortune. Lawrence Albert, Jr., Asheville 

Forum. Richard Burton. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

Foster, Ronnie Allen, Greensboro 



Fountain. Alvin Marcus, H. Raleigh 
Fowler, Clarence Woods. Jr.. Thomasville 
Fowler, James Nelson, Morganton 
Fox, John William, Jr.. Chapel Hill 
Frank, Barbara Ann. Leaksville 
Franklin. E. Thomas. Jr., Goldsboro 
Franklin, Judson Boiling. Greensboro 
Frazier. Michael Anthony. Charlotte 



Freiberg, Allen Charles, Greensboro 
French, Berry Godwin. Jr.. Lumberton 
Fry, Charles Thomas. Bloomfield Hills. Mich. 
Frye. Thomas Lawrence, Hickory 
Fulk. Daniel Kave. Winston-Salem 
Gaines. Holland Carl. Goldston 
Gamble, William Stephen, Spindatc 
Ganus, John W.. Shallotte 



Gardiner. Paul Stewart. Greensboro 
Garner, Kenneth Clester. Kenly 
Garner, Larry Levis, Robbins 
Garred, Lee Ann. Catlettsburg, Ky. 
Garrison, John Edward, Morganton 
Garrison. Kenneth B., Jr., Dallas 
Gaster. Roy Rosser, Sanford 
Gay, Williford Waddell, Zebulon 



Gebeaux. Robert Joseph. Falls Church 
Gentry. James Elmo, Asheboro 
Gilbert, James Dean, Chesnee. S. C. 
Gilmore, Algie Gaston. Charlotte 
Glisson. James Miller, Lumberton 
Godwin. Howard Gibson. Dunn 
Goforth. Joe Neil, Miami, Fla. 
Goin. James Richard. Winston-Salem 



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Goldberg. Linda Ruth, Durham 
Goldman, Richard Allen. Richmond, Va. 
Goldstein, Michael D., N. Bellmore, N. Y 
Gonzalez, Peter William, Sands Point. N. 
Goodman, Joseph Henry, Leland 
Gordon, Britton L.. Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Gordon. James Edwards. II. Charlotte 
Gore, Lucian Forrest, Jr., Goldsboro 



Graham, Gerald Davis. Charlotte 
Graham. Walter Raleigh. Charlotte 
Grant. Hugh Judd. Raleigh 
Grantt. Alexander Peter. Kinston 
Green. Henry Edward. Knoxville, Tenn. 
Greenamyer. Richard D.. Haddonfield. N. J. 
Greeson. Michael Ralph. Jr.. Charlotte 
Gretz. Susan Gertrude. Hendersonville 



Grey. Carlile Robert. Fayetteville 
Griffin. Samuel Cecil, Rocky Mount 
Griffin, William Charlie, Jr., Marshville 
Grigg, Wendell Randolph, Jr., Raleigh 
Grimes, Edward Boyd, Thomasville 
Groce. Robert Cornette. Albemarle 
Guard. John Etheridge. Ill, Poplar Branch 
GuUette, Robert Lincolnton, Raleigh 



Gunch, Modine Gladys, Forest Hills, N. 
Gunn, John Martyn. Rumson. N. J. 
Gupton. Jeffrey Carroll. Clinton 
Gurley. William Henry. Sanford 
Hackman, Jeffrey Russell. Thomasville 
Hadge. Jack. Jr.. Wilson 
Haigh. William Laurence. Statesville 
Hailey, Thomas C, III, Winston-Salem 



Haithcock, Malvin Gordon, Jr., Warrenton 
Hall, James Malcolm, III, Wilmington 
Hall, James Ray, Sanford 
Hall, Samuel Lindsay, Jr.. Rocky Mount 
Hamilton, Stephen Spencer, Asheboro 
Hamrick, Richard Douglas, Shelby 
Handy, John William, Raleigh 
Hardenbergh, Frank Eddy, Wellesley, Mass. 



Hardman, Joel Cecil, Shelby 
Harmon, John Matney, Statesville 
Harmon, John Patrick, Jr., Warsaw 
Harmon, Joseph Michael, Greensboro 
Harper, Robert Clark, Winston-Salem 
Harrell, Andrew Jackson. III. Snow Hil 
Harrell, Andrew Wayne. Rocky Mount 
Harrell, Neal Brooks, Greensboro 



Harpell, Shirley Ann. Greenville 
Harrington. Ellis Jackson. Jr., Fuquay Springs 
Harris, Bayard Easter, York. S. C. 
Harris. Donald B.. Rockville Centre, N. Y. 
Harris, Frank Odell, Mebane 
Harris, James Calvin. Thomasville 
Harris. James Randolph. Williamston 
Harris. James Waller. North Wilkesboro 



Harris. Ralph Copeland. Jr., Rockingham 
Harris, William Frank. Scranton. Pa- 
Harrison. Fred James, Rockingham 
Harrison. William Burwell, Jr.. Rocky Mou 
Hart. Helen Diane. Apex 
Hart. James Cleaver. High Point 
Hart. James Patrick. Charlotte 
Hartman, Donna Lee. Mount Airy 



Harville. Thomas Crawford. Jr.. Lenoir 
Harwell, Fred Robinson, Jr., Washington 
Harwood, Michael Ray, Danville. Va. 
Hassell. Raymond Grayer. Beaufort 
Hatch. William Manly. Pink Hill 
Havnaer, Ralph Milton. Charlotte 
Hayes, Gerald Wilton. Jr.. Coats 
Hazel, James Lansdell, Mount Airy 



Hazelton. William Dean, Chester. Va. 
Heath. James Michael. Greensboro 
Hechenbleikner, Madeline M.. Charlotte 
Helms. Charles David. Monroe 
Henry, James Edgar. Camp Lejeune 
Hepler. Elizabeth Daisy, Lexington 
Hepler, Randall Hooker, Thomasville 
Heppenstall, Charles William, IV, 
Falls Church. Va. 



Hester, Edward Lee, Raleigh 

Hicks, James Franklin, Jr.. High Point 

Hicks. Robert Howard. Jr., Alma, Mich. 

Hicks, Rodney Lee, Cary 

High, Vance Douglas, Butner 

Highsmith, Herbert Theophilus, Robersonvjile 

Hightower, John Peach, Jr., Charlotte 

Hill, Gary Prevost, Winston-Salem 



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Hill, James Clinlon, Randleman 

Hill, Samuel Bergen. Bat Cave 

Hinshaw, Maxwell Norman, Jr., Randleman 

Hinlon. Larrv Harold. Nashville 

Holland. Jack Louis, Rockingham 

Holler, Cato Oliver, Marion 

Hollomon, James Arthur, HI. Wmston-Salem 

Holmes. Alexander B., HI. Charleston. S. C. 



Helton. Robert Anthony. Charlotte 
Honan. William Joseph. Westbury. N. "i . 
Hoover. Eddie Lee. Charlotte 
Houghton. Jon Kenneth, Melbourne. Fla. 
House. Henry Charles. HL Chapel Hill 
Houser. Michael Francis, LewisviUe 
Howard, Douglas Harold, Pmk Hill 
Howden, Lance Edwin, Winter Park, Fla. 



Howe, Donald Douglas, La Grange 
Howe. George Millon. Jr.. McAdenville 
Hoyle, Steve Alexander. Shelby 
Hoyt. Richard Lee. Jacksonville, Fla. 
Hudson. John Dwight. Wilson 
Hudson. Ronald Ted, Greensboro 
Hudson, William Earl, Weldon 
Huey, Thomas Walker, Charlotte 



Huf, William Langley, Arlington, Va. 
Huffman, Gary Marvin, Purlear 
Hughes, James Allen, Oxford 
Hull, Alden Wayne. Tarboro 
Humphrey, James Thomas, Windsor 
Hunnicutt, Benjamin Kline, Raleigh 
Hunt, Edgar William, UL New Bern 
Hunter, Calvin Bruce, Asheville 



Hunter, James Collett, Jr., Danville, Va. 
Hunter. Luther Gillespie. Jr.. Statesville 
Hunter. Robert Carl. Marion 
Hulcheson. John Ambrose, Jr., Winston-Salem 

Hyman, Steven Allen, High Point 

lannarella, Michael Joseph, Sharon Hill, Pa. 
Ingram, George Mason, IV, Helsinki. Finland 
Ingram. John Carter, Ml. Gilead 



Irving, John William, Madison 
Israel, Stephen Howard, Greensboro 
Jackson, Larry Gene, Washington 
Jackson, Thomas Clark, Dover, Del. 
James, Mary Teena, Mebane 
James, William Edwin, High Point 
Jennell, Kay Jackson, Charlotte 
Jennings, Henry Edwin, Greensboro 



Jensen, Paul Andrew, Asheville 
Johansson, Beatrice Cate, Chapel Hill 
Johnson, Dick E., Jr.. Marion 
Johnson. Jimmey Lynn. Raleigh 
Johnson. Kay Emily. Washington. D. C. 
Johnson, Michael Ruel. Memphis. Tenn. 
Johnson, Robert Edwin, Raleigh 
Johnson, Ryland Earl, Jr., Raleigh 



olley, Alicia Gay, Kings Mountain 
lolley, Rickey Dalon, Cliffside 
olley, Roger Dale. Cliffside 

5. Dalma Bright. Jr.. Asheboro 
„,.^s, John Terry, Greensboro 
/ones, Joyce Jannelle, Raleigh 
lones, Kathryn Shepard, Rocky Mount 
ones, Robert Barton, Greensboro 



ones, Robert Edwin, Raleigh 
ones, Sherman Perry, Chapel Hill 
lones, Walter Raleigh, Rockingham 
ordan, Robert Strong, Wilson 
justice, James Donivan, Jacksonville 
Kagel, Stuart Todd, Harrison, N. Y. 
Kaneer, Robert Abernathy, Maiden 
Kassens, William D., Jr., Wilmington 



Katzin, Lawrence Franklin, Rocky Mount 
Kay, Michael Alan, West Hartford, Conn. 
Keefer, Thomas Brungart. Greensboro 
Keen, Aubrey Alfred, Four Oaks 
Keith, Thomas Jefferv, Passaic, N. J. 
Kellam, Nosco Hobart. Jr.. Greensboro 
Kendrick. Howard H.. Dallas 
Kennedy. Sandra Wess, Hillsboro 



Kenney, Lawrence James, Chapel Hill 
Kennington. James Edward, Jr., Charlotte 
Kerns, Robert Maury. Huntersville 
Killian. Charles Edwin. Rutherfordton 
Killian, Leon Marcus. III. Waynesville 
King. Arthur Holt. Warrenton 
King. Marcus Clifton, Chapel Hill 
Kinlaw. Francis Harvey, Laurinburg 



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Kinnaird, Lucretia Virginia, Charlotte 
Kirby. Ralph Clayton, Mebane 
Kirkland. William Smith, Raleigh 
Kirkpatrick. James Weaver, Jr., Waynesville 
Kirtley, Wallace J.. III. Charlottesville, Va. 
Klaff, Michael Philip, Danville, Va. 
Kluttz, George Fisher, Salisbury 
Knesel, David Charles, Rockville, Md. 



Kodack, Lawrence David, Asheville 
Kouba, William Dudley, Greensboro 
Kramer, Richard Frederick, Chevy Chase, 
Kreiser, Bette Jane, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
Lackey, Walter Lee, Lenoir 
Lai. Francisco, Jr., White Lake 
Lamb, Larry Gilbert, Camden 
L'Ambert, Fred Lester, Jr., Mount Airy 



Lambert, Jerry Jefferson, Benson 
Lamm, Benajah Scott, Lucama 
Lament. William, III. Raeford 
Lancaster. Alan Grover. Henderson 
Lancaster, Glenn Aubrey, Jr., Shelby 
Lane, Robert Harold. Middleburg 
Laney, Thomas Percy, Wilmington 
Lanier. Elton Ray. Goldsboro 



Lansche, John Elmer, Greenville 
Latham, Arthur Lionel, Greensboro 
Leder. Nathan I.. Jacksonville 
Lee, Howard Ray. Benson 
Lee. Lawrence Borden, Charleston, S. 
Lefler, Charles Deems, Chapel Hill 
LeGrand, Homer Eugene, Jr., Shelby 
Leibold, Jean Ellen, Atlanta, Ga. 



Lentz, Barry Craig, Salisbury 
Leonard, John Richard, Lexington 
Lesley. Donald Williams. Clayton. Ga. 
Lesten. David Justin. Danville. Va. 
Lethco. Helen Roberta. Arlington. Va. 
Lewis. Gregg David. Nashville. Tenn. 
Lichtenstein. Marshall Harvey. Atlanta. Ga. 
Lindell. Carl William. Jacksonville. Fla. 



Lindenmeyer, Thomas Howard, Durham 
Lindley, Harry Newell. Pittsboro 
Lindley. James Randall. Snow Camp 
Lineberger. Archibald Caleb. Belmont 
Link. Henry William. Coral Gables. Fla 
Linker. William Murrav. III. Raleigh 
Lipp. Frederick S.. Baltimore. Md. 
Little. James David. Fayetteville 



Littlejohn. Samuel McGowan. Charlotte 

Litton, Michael Daniel. Gastonia 

Livingston. Elizabeth Ann. Raeford 

Lloyd, Charles Allen, Davidson 

Lobl. Thomas Jay. Danville. Va. 

Loftin. David Highsmith. Gastonia 

Logan. Ronald James. Chapel Hill 

Logan. Wade Hampton. III. Charleston, S. C. 



Lokey, Julian Lee, Butner 
Long, Donald Gray. Winston-Salem 
Long. Donald Ray. Elm City 
Long. Donald Stuart. Mebane 
Long. Thomas Williams Mason. III. 

Shreveport. La. 
Loudon. Alexander. New York, N. Y 
Lovell, John Thomas. Jacksonville 
Lowder. George Edward. Albemarle 



Lowdermilk, Edward Lenoir. Valdese 
Low-ery, Robert Herman. Winston-Salem 
Lowery, Woodrow Wilson, Jr.. Trenton 
Lowman. Terry Kenneth. Valdese 
Lucas, Robert Ray, Wilson 
Lupton, Richard Byron, Swan Quarter 
Lynch, David Kenneth, Bennettsville, S. C. 
Lynn, Diane E., Mt. Home A.F.B., Idaho 



Lynn. Robert Page. Petersburg. Va. 
Lyon. Otho DeVane, III. Creedmoor 
Lvons. James David. Greensboro 
McAdams. Walter Dalton. Jr.. Winston-Salem 
McArthur, William Kenneth, Greenville 
McArver. Banks Lineberger, Lowell 
McBrair, Peter Sayre, Caldwell 
McCallie Spencer Wyatt, Chattanooga, Tenn. 



McCombs, William Fisher, Creedmoor 
McCoy, Donald Whitfield, Jr., Fayetteville 
McCoy, Kenneth Bryon. Cove City 
McCranie. Mary Lynn. Newton 
McCullen. Cecil Dewey. Jr.. Faison 
McDade. Paul Brown. Jr.. High Point 
McDaniel. Ralph Bryan. St. Pauls 
McDaniel. William Bell, Perrysburg, Ohio 



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McDaniel, William Mims. Bronxville. N. Y 
McDermott. Maureen Ann. River Vale. N. 
McDonald, Bruce Jones, Atlanta. Ga. 
McDonald. Eloise Thomas. Sanford 
McDougle, James Herbert, Jr.. Oxford 
McDuffie. Donald Chavel. Durham 
McFadden, Charles William, V, Hickory 
McGee, Michael Henry, Cramerton 



McGimsey, Arthur Ray, Lenoir 
McGint, James David. Red Springs 
McGrath. Edwin Ross. Jr.. Asheboro 
Mclnnis. Thomas McLcod. Jr.. Fayetteville 
Mclntire. Alexander Haywood. Jr.. Charlotte 
McKnight. Stephen Alen. Mount Airy 
McLain. George Robert. Miami, Fla. 
McLean. Graham Wilkinson. Lumberton 



McMahan. William Edwin, Asheville 
McMinis, Bennie Ralph, Fayetteville 
McNeely. Thomas Cowan. Staiesville 
McNeil. Quincy Albert. Jr.. Wilkesboro 
McNeill, Malcolm Ray, Red Springs 
McNeill, William Michael, Raleigh 
McNeir, Clarence Crawford, Eugene. Ore. 
McRae. Martha Alice, Maxton 



McWhorter, Val Sanders, Roxboro 
MacDonald, Neil Robert, Sanford 
Maclntyre, Miles Everette, Arlington, Va. 
Maddox, James McMillin. Gastonia 
Magnuson. Philip Roger, Jamestown, N. \ 
Maloney. Francis A.. Jr.. Eau Gallie. Fla. 
Mann. Kenneth Lee. Long Beach. N. Y. 
Mann. William Arthur. Ridgewood. N. J. 



Marburv. Thomas A.. Washington. D. C. 
Marshall. Albert Barnes. Jr.. Umatilla. Fla. 
Martin. Donald Payne. Greensboro 
Martin. Joseph Howard, Jr.. Bayside, Va. 
Martin. Thomas James. Liberty 
Martinson. Sumner Roberts, Waban, Mass. 
Massingill. Howard Arthur, Alderson, W. Va. 
Matthews, Robert William. Sanford 



Maultsby. Norman Wayne. Durham 
Maupin. Armistead Jones. Jr.. Raleigh 
Mays. Glenn Leslie. Taylorsville 
Meade. James Bullard. Washington. D. C. 
Mebane. John Gilmer. Jr.. Rutherfordton 
Melnikov. Gary Arnold. High Point 
Meredith. Douglas Neal. High Point 
Merritt. Robert Louis. Greensboro 



Meyer. Bernard Stanley. Enfield 
Michael. Howard Mitchell. Thomasville 
Mickey, John David, Winston-Salem 
Middleton, James Allan, Jr.. Greensboro 
Middleton. James Richard. Winston-Salen 
Miller. Charles Parker. Jr.. Charlotte 
Miller. Ira Lawrence. Columbia. S. C. 
Miller. Linda Marlis. Jenkintown. Pa. 



Miller. Mary Ann, Charlotte 
Mimms, Thomas Bowman. Jr.. Atlanta, Ga. 
Mirken. Mark Carl, New York. N. Y. 
Mitchell. Frederic Jann. Columbia 
Mitchell. Walter Clifford. Jr.. Chapel Hill 
Mitchener. Joseph Pike. Edenton 
Mittendorff. Gerald Ernest. Alexandria. Va. 
Mizelle. William Otha. Jr.. Gates 



Mocnik. Frank Anthony. Clinton 
MoBie. Robert Paul, Winston-Salem 
Moore, David McDaniel, II, Granite Falls 
Moore. James Edwin, Jr.. Wilmington 
Moore, Michael Allan, Mount Airy 
Moose, George Howard, Jr., Newton 
Morgan, Don Wavne, Maysville 
Morgan, William C. Jr.. Elizabeth City 



Morris. Michael Monzo, Newton Grove 
Morrison. James Floyd. Charlotte 
Morrow. Robert Duncan. Annandale. Va. 
Mosteller. Clifton Herbert. Jr.. Hickory 
Mount. Kenneth Marshal, Garner 
Mowry, Maxwell Reed, Jr.. Charleston. S. C. 
Mueller, Guenther Herbert S.. High Point 
Murphy, Thomas William, Washington. D. C. 



Mvers. Andrew Barry. West Orange, N. J. 
Myers, Charles Earl, Mount Airy 
Mvers. Dennis Page. Winston-Salem 
Neal. Clinton Hill. Jr.. Warrenton 
Neely. Alan Sanders. Atlanta, Ga. 
Neely. William Terry. Grove City, Pa. 
Neil. Hugh Gross. Jr.. Knoxville. Tenn. 
Newhouse, Donald Walter. Riverside, Conn. 



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Newlin, Robert John, Charlotte 
Newman. George Lindsay, Falmouth, Va. 
Newnam, Sherrill Reid, Greensboro 
Newsome, George Edward, Goldsboro 
Newsome, Troy Wilson, Jr., Murfreesboro 
Newton, WUliam Brunson, Lake Wales, Fla 
Nicholson, Lois Christina, Rockingham 
Nicholson, Thomas Westray, Rocky Mount 



Norman, Roger William, Jr., Sanford 
North. Frederick C, Guilford, Conn. 
Oakley, James Franklin, Charlotte 
Oakley, Woody Fowler, Kenansville 
Oates, Micheal Martin, Faison 
Oettinger, Kenneth Brown, Chapel Hill 
Oldfield, David Anthony, 

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic 
Olson, Laurilz William, Hampton, Va. 



O'Quinn, Clyde Saunders, Star 

Organ, Dennis Wayne, Roanoke Rapids 

Osborn, Edwina Reid. Hamlet 

Owens. John Robert. Jr., Farmville 

Pack. Marvin Hugh. Columbus 

Page, Clarence Eugene, HI, Henderson 

Palmer. Bruce Edson, Bernardsville, N. J. 

Palmer. John Degler, Spartanburg, S. C. 



Parham. William Newell, Franklinton 
Park, Vernon Caldwell, Greensboro 
Parker, Charles Owen. Durham 
Parker. David Archie. Murfreesboro 
Parker. Edwin Brownrigg Borden. Goldsboro 
Parker. James Thomas, Elizabethtown 
Parker, John Hill. Lexington 
Parker. William Samuel. Dunn 



Parmele. Alfred Truman, Lumberton 
Partin, Charles Terrell. New Bern 
Partin, Hugh Elliott, Jr., Mocksville 
Patterson. Anne Elizabeth. Chapel Hill 
Patterson. Conley Dale. Shelby 
Patterson, Stewart T., Manhasset, N. Y. 
Payet. Charles R., Indian Lake Estates. Fla 
Payne. Keith Houston, Hiwasse. Ark. 



Paysour, James Humphrey, Gastonia 
Payton, Robert Michael, Miami Beach. 
Pearce, David Andrews, Mount Airy 
Pearce, John Buck. Greensboro 
Pearsall. Philip Dana. Greensboro 
Peck, Thomas Oakley, Hamden, Conn. 
Pedone. Stephen Peter, Fort Bragg 
Peed, Diane Merle, Silver Spring. Md. 



Pegram. Paul Samuel. Jr.. Greensboro 
Pender. James Clinton. Goldsboro 
Penland, Alden Lawrence. Jr.. Asheville 
Pepper, Albert Parrish, Jr.. Salisbury 
Perkins, David T., Washington, D. C. 
Perkins, Timothy Howard, Rome, Italy 
Perry, Daniel Thaddeus, III, Fayetteville 
Perry, Dennis Ralph. Salisbury 



Petree. Tony Wayne. Winston-Saler 
Phillips. Charles Craig. Chapel Hill 
Phillips. John Atlas. Cameron 
Phillips, Kevin Andrew, Henrietta 
Phillips, William Howard, Sanford 
Phipps, David Alexander, Bel Air, I 
Pickett, Sandra Madeline. Charlotte 
Pike. Alan Russell. Rockford. III. 



Pippm. Robert Allen. Pittsburgh. Pa. 
Pitts. William Louis. Charlotte 
Poetzsch. Carol Anne, Charlotte 
Polhill, John Hamilton. Lincolnton 
Pollard. Jack Johnston. Charlotte 
Pope, John Ross. Atlanta. Ga. 
Pope. Patrick Harris. Dunn 
Porter. James Russell. Jackson Height! 



Porter, Richard Oliver, Mount Olive 
Porter, Richard Wellington. Winston-Salem 
Potter, William Hollister, Jr.. Beaufort 
Powell. Paul Leonard. Jr.. Whiteville 
Powers, James Scott. Raleigh 
Pratt. Daniel Henry, Davidson 
Pratt. Franklin Lock, Greensboro 
Prevost, Whitener Harris, Jr., Hazelwood 



Price. James Larry, Greensboro 
Prillaman. Donald Gene. Chapel Hill 
Prince. John Ellicott. Pinehurst 
Probst. Lynn Austin, Westfield. N. J. 
Pryor. James Michael. Bat Cave 
Pulsifer. James Cochran. New Canaai 
Purdy. Rob Roy. Nashville. Tenn. 
Rackley. Emmitt Lee. Jr.. Mount Olii 



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CLRSS OF 1966 

Radford. Carl Harris. Greensboro 
Ragsdale. Delbert Gordon. Jr.. Asheboro 
Raines. Hubert Lulher. Jr., Guilford College 
Rakeslraw. Frank Paul. Reidsville 
Ramsey. Walter Reeve. HI. Raleigh 
Randall. Twiggs Davies. HI, Jacksonville 
Raphael. Lawrence Allen. Palisades. N. Y. 
Rarback, Sheri R.. Miami. Fla. 



Ratliffe, Virgil Clark. Wadesboro 
Rauers. Marion Hammond. Savannah. Ga, 
Ray. Horace Adam. Williamston 
Ray. James Samuel. Fair Lawn. N. J. 
Ray, Michael Coley. Hillsboro 
Raymond. Eugene Phillips. New York. N. 
Read. Guy Carlton. Pittsburgh. Pa. 
Ready. William Judson. Raleigh 



Reed, Christopher, West Medway, Mass. 
Reese. David Pollock. Jr.. Greenville. S. C. 
Reeves. Charles Mercer. HI. Sanford 
Refsnes. J one. Sandnes, Norway 
Reiter. Brian Reynolds, Minneapolis. Minn. 
Remer. Bryan Eugene. Coral Gables. Fla. 
Reynolds. Claude Morris. Jr.. Lexington 
Rhodes. Murden Cecil. Elizabeth City 



Rhodes. Samuel Thomas, Wilmington 
Rice. Alfred Mendelsohn. Charlotte 
Richards. Charles H.. Jr.. Lynchburg, Va. 
Ridenhour. Monroe Hobson. HI. Charlotte 
Ripperton. Lyman Alonzo. HI. Chapel Hill 
Ritchie. Alexander Webb. Chapel Hill 
Roach, Leonard Thomas, Asheville 
Roberts, Cora Sue, Sparta 



Roberts, Lawrence Jay, Fairfield, Conn. 
Roberts, Thomas Adams. Jr.. Greenville. S. C. 
Robinson. Allyn Preston. HI. Bay Shore. N. Y 
Robinson. Clyde Wilson. Jr.. Winston-Salem 
Robinson. Jac Wesley. Merrick. N. Y. 
Robinson. James Lowell. Candler 
Robinson. Kenneth George. Jr.. McLean. Va. 
Robinson, William Harold, Asheboro 



Robinson, William Pressly, Whitmire, S. C. 
Rodgers, Raymond S.. Jr.. Jacksonville. Fla. 
Rogers. Tate Moseley, Chapel Hill 
Roll. David Franklin, Aldan, Pa. 
Rosefield. Herbert Aaron. Jr.. Sumter. S. C. 
Rosenbaum, Franklin D., Dalton, Ga. 
Ross, Barbara Jean, Pleasant Garden 
Ross, Johnny Ervin, Morganton 



Rouzer, William Wolf, Patuxent River, Md. 
Rowe. David Lewis. Mount Airy 
Rowey. John Robert. Wiiliamston 
Rowland. Terry Lynn, Kannapolis 
Ruehl, Victor Eugene. III. Doylestown. Pa. 
Rulf. George Harper. Jr.. Oxford 
Russell. Joseph Dwight. Kinston 
Ruth. Raymond Earl, Cary 



Rutledge, Jerry James, Germanton 
Ruthledge, Larry Wayne, Charlotte 
Sadler, George Henry, Charlotte 
Sadow, Samuel Howard, Chattanooga, Tenn 
Salles, Paula Ruth, Alexandria, Va. 
Sanders. James R.. Winston-Salem 
Sanders. Julius Taft. Jr.. Gastonia 
Sappington, Henry C. Jr.. Winston-Salem 



Satterfield, William R., Jr.. Lewisburg. W. Va 
Saunders, Jack Edward. HI. Madison 
Saunders. Kenneth Howe. Grolon. Mass. 
Saunders. William Burke. Rose Hill 
Savage. Phillip Lane. Greenville 
Sawyer. Carl Dewitt. Jr.. Greensboro 
Sayre. Edward H.. Jr.. Tryon 
Sayre. Richard Howell. Long Island, N. Y. 



Scheer, Frederick Hugh, Chapel Hill 
Schell, George Bruce, Red Springs 
Schenck, Dodson Ramseur, Greensboro 
Schenck, Michael, HI, Raleigh 
Schiltz. David Barrie. Greensboro 
Schmidt, William Gert, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Schoenborn. Edward Martin, HI, Raleigh 
Schussel, Robert H.. King of Prussia. Pa. 



Schwartz. William Bernstein. HI. Atlanta. Ga 
Schworm, Robert Rolston, Charlotte 
Scott, Grady William, Jr.. Greensboro 
Scott, Harold A., Jr.. Troy 
Scott. Henry William. HI. Nashville. Tenn. 
Scott. Murrel Clifton. Jr.. Columbia, S. C. 
Seaton. Grover Cleveland, HI, Wilmington 
Seawell, Aaron Ashley F., IV, Chapel Hill 



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Seawell, Ellon Grace, Rockingham 
Senn, Laurence Vaughn, Jr., Charlotte 
Sessoms. William Hugh, Jr., Williamston 
Sharp, Federick Dent, Fairfield, Conn. 
Shaw, Alexander Turner, III, Jacksonville 
Shaw, Gerald Edwin, Broadway 
Shaw, John Lewis, Jonesville 
Shaw, Margaret Elliott, Wagram 



Shearin, David Allen. Littleton 
Sheffield, Lucius Grigg, Jr., Tarboro 
Sheldon, John W., Towson, Md. 
Shepherd. John Reeves, Laurel Springs 
Sherrill, Dennis Allen, Hudson 
Sherrill, Lee Woodrow, Jr.. High Point 
Shope, Richard Irving, Sanford 
Shuff, Landon E.. Jr.. Rocky Mount 



Shutt, Rober Talmadge, Jr., Winston-Salem 
Silvis, Hugh W.. Spruce Pine 
Simmons, Roger Franklin, Mount Airy 
Simmons, Thomas William, III, Roseboro 
Simmons, William Robert, Enfield 
Simons, Robert Lynde, Jr., Lexington, Va. 
Simons, William Kenneth, Jr.. High Point 
Simpson, Dennis Arden, Rocky Mount 



Simpson, Sandra Moore, Lucama 
Sims, Faryl Evan, Coral Gables, Fla. 
Siwik, Jon Michael, Rutherfordton 
Skelly, Thomas McFarland, Wilmington, 1 
Slaten, Prentice Wooster, Parker, Ariz. 
Smith, Andrew Garland, Jr.. Fayetteville 
Smith, Cameron Langley, Greenville 
Smith, Charlotte Jacquelyn, Charlotte 



Clarence Edwin, Decatur, Ga 
Crendell Tucker, Marshville 
Dan Clayton, Gastonia 
Gilbert Dale, Greensboro 
Guy Patrick, Lexington 
James Peeler, Morganton 
John Harrison, Kinston 
Larry Emmett, Currituck 



Smith, Robert Douglas, Charlotte 
Smith, William McCorkle, Granite Falls 
Smith, William Zadok. Jr., Gastonia 
Smyre, Larry Elvin, Hickory 
Snipes, James William, Jr., Dunn 
Snow, Charles Leon. Jr., Hanover, N. H. 
Snyder, Joseph David, Asheville 
Sorrell, Randolph Franklin, Gastonia 



Sossomon, Creighton Wolfe, Cullowhee 
Southerland, James Monroe, III, Goldsboro 
Sparks, Louise Agnes, Concord 
Spell, John Harvey, Wendell 
Spencer, Earl Michael, Valdese 
Spencer, James Edward, Salisbury 
Spivey, Charles Burden, Windsor 
Stallings, Michael Holton, Huntersville 



Stanley, Charles Harvey, Baltimore, Md. 
Stanley, Michael E., Shallotte 
Starling, George Braxton. Jr.. Wilson 
Steed. Betsy Jo. High Point 
Steele, John Richard. Lookout Mtn., Tenn. 
Steele, Kenneth Franklin, Jr.. Statesville 
Stephens. Don A., Cullowhee 
Stephens, James William, Holly Springs 



Stephenson, Gordon Leslie, Raleigh 
Stevens, Wade Harold, Clayton 
Stewart, Carl Miller, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Stewart, John Edward, Evanston, 111. 
Stewart, John Reagan. Jr., Statesville 
Stewart, Thomas Earl, Jr., Fayetteville 
Stone, John Clinnon, Nashville 
Stone, Richard Tenbroeck, Savannah, Ga. 



Stover, Charles Hubert, Roanoke, Va. 
Stretmater, Robert Lloyd. Richmond, Va. 
Strickland, Grady Champion, Fayetteville 
Strickland, Melvin Douglas, Reidsville 
Stronach, Samuel Clark, Wilson 
Strother, Mary Ellison, Kinston 
Stroup, Polie Rhywe, Jr., Ga 
Stubbs. Stan L., Durham 



Stuefer, William Edward, Jr., Landenberg, Pa. 
Summers, John Dent, II, Hickory 
Sutton, George Edward, La Grange 
Sutton, James Robert. Greensboro 
Swain, Blair Wesley, Burlington 
Swanson, David Mitchell. Pilot Mountain 
Swaringen, Thomas Harold, Norwood 
Swartz, Margaret Joanne, Raleigh 



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CLRSS OF 1966 



Svkes. Horace Leonard. Enfield 
Sykes. Robert Nathan, Jr.. Smithfield 
Tallent. Clyde Ray. Jr.. Atlantic 
Talmadge. Sam McNeill, Jr.. Athens. < 
Tart. Johnny Parker, Dunn 
Taylor. Alton Delphin, Jr., Currituck 
Taylor. John Bynum. Boone 
Taylor. John Harman, Mount Airy 



Taylor, John Scott, Washington. D. C. 
Taylor. Oma Louise. Jacksonville 
Taylor. Patrick Purnell. Louisburg 
Taylor. Richard Barry. Petersburg, Va. 
Taylor, William Woodruff, III, Raleigh 
Teague, Mary Gray, Fayetteville 
Teele, Gerald Allen, Shelby 
Temple, David Richard, Creedmoor 



Templeton, Ralph Gordon. Jr., Lenoir 
Tennille. Andre Townshend. Jr.. Kinston 
Terry. James Willard. Graham 
Tew, Allen Roger. Clayton 
Thomas. Edward May. Moncure 
Thomas, John Hurley, IIL Monroe 
Thomas. William N.. HI. Lookout Mtn., Tenn. 
Thompson. Clyde Gilbert. Jacksonville 



Thompson. David Reed, Washington, Pa. 
Thompson. James Addison. Jr.. Raleigh 
Thompson. James Benjamin. Durham 
Ihompvin. James William, Morehead 
Thompson. Ralph Edison. Jr., Fayetteville 
Thornbury. David Lee, Cherry Point 
Thurmond, Charles Allen. Jr.. Asheville 
Tiberio, Gilbert Francis, Jr., Pittsburgh. Pa. 



Ticket, Robert Monroe. Roanoke Rapids 
Tickle, Terrence Stephen, Gibsonville 
Timmons, Judith Maris. Chapel Hill 
Tinkham. Spencer Felton, Charlotte 
Titchener. John David. Jr., Wilson 
Tittle. William Stewart, Woodstock, 111. 
Tolar, Ned Randall, Red Springs 
Tone, Pascal Franchot. New York, N. Y. 



Townsend, Haynes Wayland. Lumberton 

Travis. Carl Sidney. Asheville 

Trickey, Fred Logan, Hendersonville 

Truette. Benny Edward. Charlotte 

Tufts. Robert Ware. Pinehurst 

Tulloch. George H.. South Bethlehem, N. Y. 

Turner. John Edwin. Concord 

Turner. Rov Steven, Weldon 



Twiddy. Curtis Andrew. Edenton 
Tver, Steven Moran, Greensboro 
Tyndall, Alvin Ray, Wilson 
Tyson, David Franklin, Godwin 
Umstead. Vivian Louise, Durham 
Upchurch, Frank Jefferson. Charlotte 
Upchurch, Malcolm Thurston. Jr.. Sn 



Upsha 



, Arthur McAilen, HI. Mocksville 



Vaughan. Ross, L.. Jr., Nashville 
Vickery. Burch Bryant, HI, Charlotte 
Vinson, Harriet Anne. Goldsboro 
Wainwrighi, George Lindeman, Jr., Wilson 
Waldman. William Charles. Winston-Salem 
Waldrop. Joseph Edmund, Jr., Greenville 
Walker, Edwin Jasper. Jr.. Concord 
Walker, John Guerrant, Leaksville 



Walker, John Randolph, Ardmore. Pa. 
Walker. Wayne Browning. Durham 
Walker, Wendell Wesley, Lenoir 
Wall, Homer Bennett. Raleigh 
Wall. John Herbert. Lenoir 
Wallace. Carl Edison, Jr.. Southern Pir 
Wallace, John Robert, Jacksonville 
Wallace. Lucile Dexter, Shelby 



Walter. Robert Charles. Rutherford. N. J. 
Ward, David Russell, Clarendon 
Ward. Russell Bruce. Lexington 
Warfel. Joseph Rosser. Fayetteville 
Waring, Thomas, Charleston. S. C. 
Warren. Edgar Vann. Wallace 
Warren. James Durward. North Wilkesbon 
Washburn. Richard, Lake Lure 



Waters, Jack. Jr.. Fairmont 
Watkins. Richard Ray. Leaksville 
Watson. Jesse Lee. Salisbury 
Watson, Robert William. Rocky Mount 
Watts, Nelson Harnett. Asheville 
Weatherspoon, Michael, Stephen, Durhai 
Weaver. Russell Wainwright, Four Oaks 
Webb. Jesse Alton. Jr., Greensboro 



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CLRSS OF 1966 



Webb, William Norwood, Greensboro 
Weddle, Pamela Sue, Atlanta. Ga. 
Weiler, Herold James. Ill, Asheboro 
Weinstein, Alan Robert. Hendersonville 
Weinslein. Richard David, Washington, D. C. 
Weir. Gordon Thomas. Tokvo, Japan 
Weller. Stephen Barr. Clearwater. Fla. 
Wellons. Douglas Brockman. Greensboro 



Wells. James Franklin, Jr., Henrietta 
Wellslone, Paul David. Arlington, Va. 
West, Samuel Gordon, Greensboro 
Wetzell, Frederick Scott. Gastonia 
Whaley. Hubert Glenn. Jr.. Guilford College 
Whatley. Joseph Hiram. Asheboro 
Whealton, Alvah Powell. Black Creek 
Whisnant. Cleatus Gene. Charlotte 



Whitaker. George Graves, Rocky Mount 

White. Charles Craig,, Warrenton 

White. Edward Dale, Salisbury 

White, Geoffrey Ross, Shrewsbury, N. J. 

White. Gilbert Case. Durham 

While. Justin S.. Fayetteville 

While. Lowry Grulee. Harrington. 111. 

Whitehead. Charles Michael. Ramseur 



Whitehead. Lewis Willard. Jr.. Windsor 
Whiteheart, Donald S., Jr.. Winston-Salem 
Whitley. Philip Waff. Whiteville 
Wicke, John Michael. Hamlet 
Wicker. Robert Ambrose, Sanford 
Wiggs, Jon L.. Rocky Mount 
Wilder, David Marcom, Shelby 
Wiles, Gary Arnold, Winston-Salem 



Wilkerson, Robert Douglas. Wilson 
Wilkes. Franklin John, Jr., Tampa. Fla. 
Wilkie, Frederic Austin, Jr.. Forest City 
Wilkins. Charles Putnam. Smithfield 
Williams. Bobby. Quantico. Va. 
WiUiams, Charles Eugene. Chapel Hill 
Williams. Douglas Dwight. Maiden 
Williams. Gary Cecil. Newport 



Williams, Henry Clayton, Kinsion 
Williams, James Edward. Jr.. Rockingha 
Williams. James Richard, Warrenton 
Williams. Judith Bennett, Chapel Hill 
Williams. Lewis D., Jr., Richmond, Va. 
Williams. Mark Oliver. Laurinburg 
Williams. Peter David, Ithaca, N. Y. 
Williams. Richard Evans, High Point 



Williams. Robert Lee. Ellerbe 
Williams, Thomas Wade, Winston-Salem 
Williamson. Benjamin Napier. Franklinion 
Williamson. John Perry. Louisburg 
Willingham. Edward Haynes. Macon, Ga. 
Willingham, John Francis. Macon. Ga. 
Willingham. Weyman Theodore. Jr.. 

St. Petersburg. Fla. 
Willis, Barbara Ann, Lincolnton 



Willis, Henry Norton. Winsion-Salem 
Willis. Robert C, Jr., Falls Church, Va. 
Wilson, David Newion, Hillsboro 
Wilson, Harold Lamar, Jr.. High Point 
Wilson. Hugh McColl. Charleston. S. C. 
Wilson, James Emmett. III. Camp Lejeu 
Wilson, John Steven. Asheville 
Winstead, Charles Leigh, Roxboro 



Winter. Wilburn Jackson, Jr., Charlotte 
Wise, Julia Melverda. Raleigh 
Witort. Edward A.. Jr.. Lenoir 
Witz, Wolfgang. San Francisco. Calif. 
Wolf. Robert William, Cleveland, Ohio 
Wollin, Ernst George, Statesville 
Wood, William Pennuel. Greensboro 
Woodcock, Neil Reaves, Atkinson 



Woody, Allen Auman, Jr.. Durham 
Woolen. Hubert Kendall. Raeford 
Worrell, Kenneth Edward, Rocky Mount 
Wright. Gary Wayne. Salisbury 
Wright, Seaborn, Jr., Atlanta, Ga. 
Wright, William Fletcher. Raeford 
Wyalt, Julian Freeman, Jr.. Raleigh 
Yenches, John L., II, Miami Beach, Fla. 



Yelton. Virginia Carole, Bakersville 
Yokley. John Hale. Jr., Mount Airy 
Young, David Marion, Hendersonville 
Yount. David Eugene. Granite Falls 
Younts. Ronald Wesley. High Point 
Zachary, Stephen Vander, Yadkinville 
Zauber, Milion Hersh, Winston-Salem 



Page 385 





MANNING HALL 



LRLU SCHOOL 

The Law School, which developed into the School of 
Law of the University, was founded as a private school 
in 1843 by William H. Battle, then a judge of the 
Superior Court, later a justice of the State Supreme 
Court. In 1845, Judge Battle was made Professor of 
Law in the University, and the University provided that 
the degree of Bachelor of Laws should be conferred on 
those completing the prescribed two-year course. From 
the records of the University, however, it seems that 
few degrees were actually conferred. 

For a long time the School maintained a certain in- 
dependence from the University. The Professor of Law 
received no salary, and the students were not entirely 
subject to the discipline of the University. This was the 
position of the School during the professorship of Judge 
Battle, who retired in 1879; during the two years that 
the law classes were conducted by Kemp P. Battle, then 
President of the University; and, to a considerable ex- 
tent, during the professorship of John Manning, who 
was elected in 1881 and died in 1899. 

In 1899, the School was completely incorporated into 
the University; James C. MacRae, previously a justice 
of the Supreme Court of North Carolina, was the first 
Dean. He was succeeded in 1910 by Dean Lucius P. 
McGehee, who served in that position until 1923. 

With the construction of Manning Hall, in 1923, the 
law school entered its "modern" era. Serving successive- 
ly as deans were Merton Leroy Ferguson, 1924-26; 
Abner Leon Green, 1926-27; Charles T. McCormick, 
1927-31; Maurice T. Van Hecke, 1931-41; Robert H. 
Wettach, 1941-49; and Henry P. Brandis, Jr., 1949 to 
date. 



HONOR COURT. James A. Hodges, William R. Rand, Richard L. Brown, Robert G. Baynes, "Wayne S. Bishop. Sending: Otis M. Oliver, Chief 
Justice. 




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LAVC' STL'DENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS; Pat Butler, Treasurer; 
Joe Moret;!, President; Charlie Katzenstein, Vice President; Henry 
Boshamer, Secretary, not pictured. 



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Robert Bland Smith, Jr., Treasurer; 
Bobby G. Deaver, President; Frank W. Bullock, Jr., Vice President; 
John Holshouser, Secretary. 



LAW REVIEW; 
J. Donnell Lassiter, 
Business Manager; Joe 
Friedberg, Associate 
Editor; Glen B. 
Hardymon, Editor-in- 
Chief; J. S. Ferrell, 
Associate Editor ; Jerry 
W. Amos, Associate 
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THIRD YEAR 




Adams, Franklin LeVerne. Jr., Rowland 
Blackwell, David Michael, Ruffin 
Bonds, William Turner, Lakewood. Ohio 
Brock, Floyd Devon, Bunnlevel 
Brown, James Thomas, Jr., Goldsboro 



Brumley, Alfred Neal. Charlotte 
Bullock. Frank William. Jr.. Oxford 
Carlton. John Phillips. Pinetops 
Carrington, Kenneth McCaskill. Aberdeen 
Carson. James Holmes. Jr., Chapel Hill 



Chorebanian. Aram Myron, Chapel Hill 
Cole. Herman Alphonso, Jr.. Clayton 
Cowell, Marvin Jason, Jr., Chapel Hill 
Cowper. Stephen C, Chapel HUl 
Deaver. Bobby Gray, Chapel Hill 



Groce, Edwin Ray, Yadkinville 
Happer. Mills Marshall, III. Kinston 
Harper, James Colquitt. Chapel Hill 
Hodges, James Arendell, Jr.. Kinston 
Hollers. Russell Joseph, Durham 



Hornthal, Louis Phillip. Jr.. Tarboro 
Jaffe. Michael D., Jamaica, N. Y. 
Johnston. J. Phillips Little, Raleigh 
Katzenstein. Charles Jackson, Jr.. 



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Kelly, Edward Glenn. Sanford 
Killian. Johnny Hulan, Waynesville 
Kornegay, George Russell. Jr., Mt. Olive 
Lassiter, J. Donnell, Burlington 
Lewis, Richard Mullinglon, Whiteville 



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LRUU SCHOOL 



Merriman, William Watkins. Raleigh 
Morgan, Albert St. Clair, Raleigh 
Morris, Charles Bradley, Jr., Raleigh 
Morton, James Henry, Proctorville 
Moseley, Wendell Clay, Roanoke Rapids 



Olive, Richard Langdon. Summit. N. J. 
Patrick, James Thomas, Hickory 
Rand, William Ripley, Wilson 
Rivenbark, James Baxter, Chapel Hill 
Salem. Albert McCall, Jr., Chapel Hill 



Salley, Alfred N., Chapel Hill 

Sandman. Herbert Arthur, 
St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Sharpe, Benny Sandlin, Jacksonville 

Shepherd, James Dale, Haw River 

Smith, Robert Bland. Jr.. Edenton 



Smith, Wade Marvin, Albemarle 
Somers, Bobby Vance, Cleveland 
Stephenson. Shelby Dean, Benson 
Stepp, William Harley, Jr., Chapel Hill 
Tharrington. James Harold. Chapel Hill 



Thigpen, Ella Rose, Beulaville 
Thompson, Tarlton Roberts, Jr., Auror 
Thornton, Robert Lewis, Monroe 
Walton, Benton Hair, Chadbourn 
Warren, Alwood Bulluck, Chapel Hill 



Watkins, Claudia Erwin, Durham 
Whitaker, Cary, Enfield 
Whitley, John Bryan, Thomasville 
Wilson, Robert White, Jr., Yanceyville 
Woodall, Edward Marshall, Angier 
Woodley, Samuel Spruill, Jr., Columbia 




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SECOnO YEAR 




Ashendorf, William Herbert, Charlotte 
Atkins. Clyde Kelly, Sanford 
Barefoot, John Harding. Pittsboro 
Bishop. Wayne Staton. Chapel Hill 
Buchanan. Edward H.. Greenville 



Coleman, James Clayton, Chapel Hill 
Dansby, David M.. Jr., Greensboro 
Douglas. Samuel Preston, Jr., Lumberton 
Falls. Ralph Holland. Jr., Gastonia 
Fleetwood. Wilson Clarence. Murfreesboro 



Fletcher. John Stuart, II, Chapel Hill 
Forman, George Hamilton, Buffalo. N. Y. 
Fowler, Darl Leonard, Gastonia 
Gerdes. Phillip E., Wilmington 
Gordon, James Robert, Hamlet 



Gould. Nathaniel Jay, Manhasset, N. Y. 
Hardison. James Walter, Williamston 
Key, Bobby Joe. Chapel Hill 
Kimzey. James M.. Brevard 
Kramer. Morris Larry, Whiteville 



Ley. William Riley. Burlington 
McRorie, William Edward. Chapel Hill 
Manning. Daniel Alston, Williamston 
Meltsner. Charles Philip. Chapel Hill 
Miller. Don Gilbert. Winston-Salem 



Mills, Charles Edward, III, Chapel Hill 
Mitchell, Bruce Elder, Washington, D. C. 
Neal. James Archer, Winston-Salem 
Norville. Russell Manley, Spindale 
OBriant. Thomas L., Chapel Hill 



Ott, Matthew Nelson, Jr.. Newlown, Conn. 
Parker, Fred Pope. Ill, Goldsboro 
Partin. Wilson Burton. Jr.. Scotland Neck 
Rand. Anthony Eden, Garner 
Schoch. Arch Kerper. High Point 



Simpson. Henry Marshall. Winston-Salem 
Streeter, Lacy C, Greenville 
Talbert, John Wallace, Jr., Hartsville, S. C. 
Underwood. William Emmelt. Jr.. Charlotte 
Walker. Frank Harrison. Leaksville 

Weaver. George Arthur, Albemarle 
Whedbee. Charles Monroe, Hertford 
White. Charles R. L., Wilmington 
White, Ralph Alexander, Jr., Conover 
Wierman, Frederic E., Chapel Hill 
Wood. Arnold Terry. Charlotte 



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FIRST YEAR 



Barshav, Hvman Stadiem, Wilson 
Basinger, Andrew Marshall, Charlotte 
Bennett. Charles Landis, Raleigh 
Bernholz. Steven Alan. Greensboro 
Bolick. Charles Steven. Wadesboro 
Boswell. Brown Hill. Southern Pines 
Boyette. Moslev Graham, Jr.. Carthage 
Brown. Richard Lane. III. Albemarle 
Burrows. Richard Lee. Wallace 



Bvrd. Wade Rupert. Spindale 
C'apps. Thomas Edward. Wilmington 
Carmichael. Fred McLeod. New Bern 
Cheshire. Lucius McGehee. Hillsboro 
ColTman. David Max. Cincinnati. Ohio 
Cunningham. Ronald Owen. Elizabeth City 
Davis. George P.. Jr.. Chapel Hill 
Davis, Ronald Harry, Charlotte 
Dixon, Richard D. S., Jr.. Walstonburg 



Edwards. Robert Leon. Greenville 
Evans, William Casto, Cleveland, Ohio 
Fearing, Fred Alston, Elizabeth City 
Fogel. Sheldon Leslie. Brooklyn. N. Y. 
Fokkens. Richard D., Chicago. 111. 
Folev. Peter Allen. Charlotte 
Fouiitain. Reginald Morton, Jr.. Tarboro 
Francis. Thomas Donald. West Jefferson 
Freedle. Paul Douglas. Thomasville 



Gambill, Jerry Martin. Wilkesboro 
Gambill, Joe Alan. Wilkesboro 
Gilliam. Thomas Alfred, Jr., Columbus 
Gorham, Alonzo Dumay, Jr., 

Wrightsville Beach 
Gray, Frank Christian. Winston-Salem 
Hargrove. Wade Hampton. Jr.. Clinton 
Hillman, Imar Carl. Jr., Park Ridge. III. 
Hinton, Robert Richey, Collierville. Tenn. 
Hollingsworth. John Frederick. Wilson 



Holmes. Frank Manley, Jr.. High Point 
Hord. Robert Carl. Jr.. Charlotte 
Horton. Clarence Edgar. Jr.. Kannapolis 
Irvin, Howard Samuel. Concord 
Ivev. Bill Wayne, Asheboro 
Johnson, Robert Frederick. Rutland. Ma 
Jones, Raflord Eugene. Gaffney. S. C. 
Kennedy. Michael Scott. Shelby 
Kitzmiller. David J.. Greensboro 



Lawrence. Harrv Wavne. Hamlet 
Lubetkin, Paul, "New York, N. Y. 
McCoUum. Tim Gordon. Greensboro 
Mallard. Ernest Lynwood, Jr.. Charlotte 
Manning. Henrv Stancill. Windsor 
Michaux. Roy Herman, Jr.. Greensboro 
Montgomery. Franklin Moyle. Salisbury 
Morrison, Myra Neal, Chapel Hill 
Newton, Jackson Robbins. Southport 



Parker. Thomas Vernon. Gates 

Pell. Gerald Allen, Greensboro 

Pell, James Ethan, Greensboro 

Pettie, B. Paul, Jr., Winter Haven, Fla. 

Phelps. Kenneth Joyner. Rockv Mount 

Phillips, Mrs. Ann H.. Chapel Hill 

Pollard. Forrest Alfred. Jr.. Durham 

Porter. William Larry. Vaughan 

Pratt. Charles Alexander. Jr.. Greensboro 



Proctor, Jimmie Creech, Fuquay Springs 
Pusser, Charles Rouse. Jr.. Chesterfield. S 
Ramsey, Gayle Edward. Brevard 
Rand. Walker. III. Harner 
Randall. Charles David, Cherryville 
Reece, Johnny Manlv, Yadkinville 
Reid, Marland C. Chapel Hill 
Renger. James Dietrich. Albemarle 
Richardson. Oscar Leonard. Jr.. Monroe 



Robinson, Waverly Hale, Durham 
Robinson, William Gane, Charlotte 
Rochelle, Vernon Haskins. Kinston 
Sayles, Julia Lauder, Corning, N. Y. 
Schlosser, Emil Steve. Jr.. Greensboro 
Shearouse. Christopher Avery, Charlotte 
Shoemaker, William Wilson. Red Springs 
Smith. Lester V.. Jr.. State College, Pa. 
Staples. John E.. Kernersville 



Stultz, John Hoyte, Jr., Draper 
Sturges, Conrad Boyd, Jr., Henderson 
Taylor, John Bradsher, Yanceyville 
Thornton, William Irving, Jr.. Asheville 
Wahmann. June Wharton. Washington 
Weston. Jerry S.. Greensboro 
Whichard. Willis Padgett. Durham 
Whitener. John Wilfred. Morganton 
Williams. Charles Goodrich. Chapel Hill 




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THE SCHOOL OF 
DEDTISTRY 

The June 1963 Commencement is another historic one for the 
School of Dentistry, since the tenth class in Dentistry will have 
graduated to join the ranks of the profession. In reality, the 
1963 graduates will join their colleagues, who are scattered 
throughout the world in private practice, the Armed Forces, 
the Federal Services, education and research. While a high 
percentage of the graduates fortunately will return to practice 
in North Carolina, many are committed to the Armed Forces 
and other programs for two or more years. 

The faculty is proud indeed of its graduates, wherein many 
already have assumed significant leadership. The dean is 
equally proud of the faculty, who have made possible the 
standards of education whereby this school now is recognized 
throughout the world for its achievements and programs. The 
publication of textbooks and scientific articles, the pursuit of 
research and experimentation, and the appointment or election 
to high ofiices or committee assignments, provide professional 
status for the individual as well as the school. 

In addition, the school also is proud of the recognition and 
achievements which have been realized by the dental hygiene 
graduates since 1955. The hygienists have distinguished them- 
selves primarily in practice and teaching, and they are in great 
demand throughout the country. 

The Dental Research Center is another reality, and the 
architects now are completing the definitive drawings to per- 
mit the beginning of construction this summer. The products 
of the Center will permit a finer and greater health service 
to people everywhere. Accordingly, the primary mission and 
objectives of the school and the University are being realized. 



DEAN JOHN C BRAl ER 




Don Coffey making a fillint;- 




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Ritk Sc-hlapkohl making 
false teeth. 




Danny Lotz examini 
student's teeth. 




Dr. Strickland checking the 
work of John Barts. 



STUDENT BODY OFFICERS 

Firs! rou\- Wallace Honeycutt, 

Jay Collie. Roy Peele. 

Second row: Jimmy Peppers, 
Harry Killian, Mary Ann Bean, 

Bob Williams, Freddie Plum. 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Frank Horton, Gary Heeseman, 

Jr., Frank Ramos 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

John Bradshaw, Truett 

Lineberger, Smith Hudson 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 

OFFICERS 
Joe Farrar, Roy Peele, 

Kent Healey 



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The smiling patient, an example 
of work well done. 



FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 

Al Stepp, Billy Bryant, 

Gem Moore 





SEDIORS 

Bans. John William, Jr., Yanceyville 
Baucom, Thomas Aldon, Indian Trail 
Bland, Wilbur Bryan, Raleigh 
Byrum, Albert Gaskins, Jr., Edenton 
Campbell. John Kerr. Chapel Hill 



Carroll. Larry Winford. St. Pauls 
Caviness. William Robert. Sanford 
Chesson, Jasper Holt, Jamestown 
Cobb, Numa Watt, Jr., Gibsonville 
Collie, Jay Mack, Wilmington 



Davis, William Glenn. Jr., Winston-Salem 
Dennis. Bill, Salisbury 
Ennis, Myron H.. Chapel Hill 
Ferlazzo, Philip Anthony, Quantico, Va. 
Gunter, Jerry Marshall, Gastonia 



Heeseman, Gary, Charlotte 
Homes, Garland Richard, Washington 
Home, George Nelson, Bessemer City 
Horton, Frank, Loris, S. C. 
Huneycult, Charles A., Albemarle 



Lee, William Jackson, Jacksonville. Fla. 
Lotz. Daniel Milton. Northport. N. Y. 
McCracken, Frank Webb, HI, Sanford 
Massey, Carl Benjamin, Waxhaw 
Meadows, Van Burgan, Winston-Salem 



Oulland, Robert Boone, Jr., Rich Square 

Parkerson, Elwood Martin, Greensboro 

Parks, Eldon Hudson, Elkin 

Peppers, James F., Marion 

Prevost, William Sidney, Jr., Hazelwood 



Quarles, William Gordon, Rocky Mount 
Ramos, Frank Mayo, Butner 
Schnell, Frederick John, High Point 
Smith, Fred J., Morganton 
Spicola, Cynthia A., Tampa, Fla. 



Taylor. Robert Brown. Chapel Hill 
Vinson, Thomas W., Jr., Durham 
Webster, Thomas Carlton, Yanceyville 
Windley, Heber W.. Jr., Washington 
Voumans. Charles Prince, Durham 



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junioRS 



Anderson, Wayne Clark, Chapel Hill 
Avera, Charles Allen. Rocky Mount 
Bradshaw, John William, Relief 
Butler, Thomas E., Chapel Hill 
Camp, Joe Henderson, Shelby 



Cregar, Daniel U., Jr., Greensboro 
Dunn, John Raymond, Roanoke Rapids 
Hardy, John B., Jr., Durham 
Hawkins. Ralph Owen, Jr.. Chapel Hill 
Hayes, Ray H., Sr., Spartanburg, S. C. 



Honeycutt, Wallace Blair. Gastonia 
Howard, James Thomas, Chapel Hill 
Hundley, Deane. Wallace 
Johnson, George Terry, Sparta 
Jorgensen, Larry Green, Chapel Hill 



Kendall, James E.. Charlotte 
Lineberger. Luther Truett. Gastonia 
Miller, Fred Hayes, Ahoskie 
Milligan, Ronnie Rich, Fayetteville 
Mohorn, Harold Wayne, Enfield 



Page, Graham Allison. Chapel Hill 
Phillips. Kenneth Rogers. Bakersville 
Smith. Clayton Bernard. Jr.. Elizabethto 
Smith, Lynn Harrison, Liberty 
Smith, Thomas Kirkman, Thomasville 



Trawick. David E.. Bryson City 

Walker, Joel Wyatt, Burlington 

Ward, George Thomas, Asheville 

Witherspoon, Walter Pennington, Jr., 
Columbia. S. C. 

Woody. Sidney Lane, Bessemer City 




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SOPHOmORES 



Arnold, Bruce Lowe. Arlington, Va. 
Baucom, Jim Preston, Concord 
Blume, Thomas Frederick, Harrisburg 
Bryant, Howard McKenzie, Jr.. Asheboro 
Bullard, Amos Jones. Jr.. AutryviUe 



Couch, Jon William, Durham 

Crotts, Everett Bowers. Thomasville 

Earp. Joe Thomas. Chapel Hill 

Eure, Darden Johnson, Jr., Morehead City 

Farrar. Joseph Webb. Mount Holly 



Fountain. Stuart Burton. Chapel Hill 
Hancock. James Baldwin. Robbins 
Healey. Kent W., Burnt Hills. N. Y. 
Hendren. Otis Franklin. Moravian Falls 
Henshaw, William Raymond, Buie's Creek 



Herndon. Claude Harris. Charlotte 
Hill, Douglas Gray, Kinslon 
Hinnant, Robert Willard, Pine Level 
Hodges, Johnnie Dewey, Jr., Pantego 
Johnson, Thomas George, Asheville 



Lineberry, Donald Edgar, Asheboro 
McDonald, Chauncey Maurice, Saint Pauls 
McLean, Marvin Brevard, Belmont 
Madison, John Talton, Chapel Hill 
Mitchum. Kenneth Edward. Monroe 



Nash. Richard Edwin. Winston-Salem 
Owen. Robert Hannison. Jr.. Canton 
Peele, William Roy, Hamlet 
Pfau, Frank R., Sussex, N. J. 
Pierce, Thomas Carlton, Chapel Hill 



Polk. Robert Melton. Jr.. Hamlet 
Poovey. Jim Nelson. Hickory 
Redmond. Hight Stinson. Morganton 
Schneider, Norbert Joseph. Greensboro 
Sears. Thomas Harmon. Jr., McLeansville 



Smith. Samuel Irby, Roanoke Rapids 
Siyers. Thomas Russell. Jr.. Winston-Salem 
Turner. Gerald Pinkney, Roanoke, Va. 
Wilkins, Hildreth Floyd, Jr., Winston-Salem 
Wood, Jerry Franklin, Four Oaks 
Yost, William Francis, Weaverville 



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FRESHmEn 



Alexander, Jerry Marvin. Chapel Hill 
Attkisson, Wayne Page, Kinston 
Bottoms. John Willis, Canton 
Bryant, Billy Martin, Carrboro 
Burnette, Jerry Carter, Chapel Hill 
Camak, Pascal Swann, Wilmington 
Clendenin, Harry E., Greensboro 



Cloninger, John Lester, Dallas 
Devereux, James Lawrence, Charlotte 
Eagle. James Carr, Jr., Chapel Hill 
Evans, Richard Henderson. Jr., Greenville 
Frye. Ted LeRoy, Jr.. Carthage 
Gibson, James Robert, Hayesville 
Gorman, Richard Forbes, Winterville 



Handy, Thomas Gordon, Winston-Sale 
Harris, Charles Jay, Jr., Mebane 
Hartness. William Robert, HL Elkin 
Haynes, John Elliott, Gastonia 
Hicks, Earl Preston, Wadesboro 
Holstein, Samuel P., Jr.. Monetta. S. C 
Hornthal, Allen Lane, Tarboro 



Howden, Eugene Frederick, Winter Park, Fla 
Hunter, Barrett McKenzie, Winston-Salem 
Jackson. Samuel Phillip, Chapel Hill 
Johnson, Charles E., U, Chapel Hill 
Maim, Lynn Senter. Fayetteville 
Marshburn, David Theon, Richlands 
Mason. Carle Woodruff, Jr.. Chapel Hill 



Matkins, John Alan, Roanoke Rapids 
Minah, Glenn Ernest, Durham 
Moore, Geraldene Edwina, Charlotte 
Morris. Walter Smith, Jr., Morehead City 
Murray, Gael Theresa, Chapel Hill 
Myers, William Charles, Charlotte 
Nibbelink. Jan C, High Point 

Peck, Sheldon, Durham 
Pender, Judy Carol, Mebane 
Rivers, Lawrence Durell, Warrenton 
Shelton, Clavis O., Chapel Hill 
Simpson, David Murray. Winston-Salem 
Small, John Calvin, Buies Creek 
Smith, Warren Kirkland, Jr.. 
Springfield. S. C. 



Strange, Charlton B., Chapel Hill 
Trammell, Jerry C, Jr., Brown Summit 
Upchurch, Tommy Dorsey, High Point 
Williams, Durward Robert, Chapel Hill 
Williams, Larry Albert, Tabor City 
Wilson, Robert Woodrow, Salisbury 




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SCHOOL OF mEDICinE 

Founded in 1885 and offering the complete four-year 
medical program for more than a decade, the School of 
Medicme provides the finest of medical education. 
Under the guidance of an expert faculty, today's stu- 
dents are matured into tomorrow's physicians by a 
process of learning, observing, and practicing. 

The staff of the School of Medicine and the Memorial 
Hospital not only maintain the instruction of the medi- 
cal students, but also include in their teaching programs 
the education of members of the various Health Affairs 
departments and the interested physicians throughout 
this state. 

During this year the School of Medicine has broaden- 
ed Its already extensive research program with the con- 
struction of a new research wing; and the Memorial 
Hospital has continued to incorporate the most modern 
of technical and patient care facilities, ever increasing 
the fine medical attention offered to those who enter in 
need of care. 



MACMDER BLILDING 



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WHITEHEAD 
MEDICAL 
SOCIETY. Secited: 
Phillips, Earnhardt, 
President Bender, 
Peacock. St.iudinii^: 
Holderness, Fulk, 
Sevier, Bilbro, Deal, 
Caldwell, McDevitt. 



MEDICAL SCHOOL 

HONOR SOCIETY. 

Sealed: Goff, Landis, 

Smith, Land. Sljndnig,: 

Sayers, Rawls, Riley. 




WE LEARN 




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FOURTH YERR 



Ayscue, Quincy Adams. Phi Chi. Monroe 

Bass. Harris Hartwell, Chapel Hill 

Bender. Neil Carmichael. Phi Chi. 
Pollocksville 

Biggers. William Paul, Phi Chi. Charlotte 

Bitter. Karl F., Phi Chi. Asheville 

Burke. William Richard. Jr.. Phi Chi. Wilson 

Burnam, Jesse Andrew. Phi Chi. 
Cordele. Ga. 

Cohen. Irwin Kelman, Charlotte 

Copeland, Donald Lee, Davidson 

Cowan. Robert Jenkins, Phi Chi. Greensboro 

Dallon. John W., Jr.. Forest City 

Davis. Dave McAlister, Phi Chi. 
Westfield. N. J. 

Deal. William Brown, Phi Chi. Chapel Hill 

Dunlap. Benjamin Emerson, Wagram 

Dunn, Clarence A.. Phi Chi. 
New York. N. Y. 

Gallafiher. John Michael. Phi Chi. 
Chapel Hill 

Gerock. Henry Walter. Jr.. Maysville 

Goff. Rowland Daley. Jr.. Phi Chi. Dunn 

Goodman. Benjamin Mitchell. Jr., Gates 

Goodson. John Phillip. Mt. Olive 

Hemingway. George Capers. Jr.. Phi Chi. 
Winston-Salem 

Jolly. William Oscar. III. Phi Chi. Ayden 

Latham. Walter Bryant. Phi Chi. Bethel 

Lewis. Raymond Harold. Phi Chi. 
Winston-Salem 



Loftii 



Charles Ivev, III, Phi Chi. Gastonia 



McLean, John Marshall. Ayer, Mass. 

Pate. Eugene Wesley. Jr., Phi Chi. Kinston 

Pressiey. Richard LaMarr. Gastonia 

Ritch. Douglas Lamar. Belmont 

Sawyer, Charles Judson. III. Phi Chi. 
Windsor 

Sawyer. Horace Kimbrell. Jr.. Atlanta. Ga. 

Scoit. Samuel Edwin, Phi Chi. Burlington 

Shaffer, Stephen Roger, Phi Chi. Tryon 

Shermer. Richard Wayne. Phi Chi. 
Winston-Salem 

Sillmon, David Wilde. Greensboro 

Smith. Jerry Allen. Salisbury 

Stiles. Eddie Phillips, Chapel Hill 

Taylor, Chet Winfield. Jr.. Phi Chi, 
Castle Hayne 

Taylor. Lawrence Arthur. Reidsville 

Taylor, William Howard, Chapel Hill 

Voigt. Ward Landis. Phi Chi. Greensboro 
Weaver. Roy Albert. Phi Chi, Newton Grove 
Welch. Jack H., Phi Chi. Williamston 
White. James Grady. Phi Chi. Charlotte 
Whitson. Theodore Clark. Relief 
Williams, David Robert, Phi Chi. Biscoe 



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THIRD YERR 



Atchison. James W. D.. Birmingha 
Beard, John Nichols. Charlotte 
Berryhill. Bruce Holt. Charlotte 
Brabson. Winslow. Staunton. Va. 



Broome, Harry Lee, North Wilkesboro 
Burleson, William Rowell, Tabor City 
Cella, John Robert, Raleigh 
Curry, Roy Lee, Jr., Monroe 



Earnhardt, James Frederick, Thomasville 
Fisher. Earl Elliott, Jr.. Fairmont 
Fox. John Birkhead. Asheville 
Gillis. David Black, Jr.. Mt. Olive 



Henderson, George Patrick. Jr.. Maxton 

Holmes. Elbert Carmack, Jr., Farmville 

Hunsinger, Drew Charles. Charlotte 

Hunt. Ernest Woodrow, Jr., 
Daytona Beach, Fla. 



Kilpatrick. Wilbur Kirby. Jr.. Pembroke 
Knott. Rufus Henry, Washington 
Macfie, Jefferys Ashe, Jr., Brevard 
McGirt. Murphy Frank. Maxton 



Newton, Jimmie Isaac. Concord 
Phillips. Jasper Louis, Jr.. Kinsion 
Pierce. Robert James, Jr.. Rocky Point 
Price, Robert Edwin. Jr., Reidsville 



Reynolds. James Woodrow, Newton 
Sabiston, Frank, Jr., Kinston 
Taylor, Russell Carl. Mt. Airy 
Venters. Wayne Burnette. Jacksonville 



Wheless, Clifford Robert. Raleigh 
Wooten, Robin Nathaniel. Jr., Monroe 



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SECOnD YERR 



Branch, Leslie Bernard, Durham 
Brown, Daniel Elmer, Selma 
Burke, James Otis, Jr., Lexington 
CoUier, Hal Franklin, Bladenboro 



Crist, Takey, Jacksonville 

Doughten, Richard Merrill, Bay Head, N. J. 

Eddings, Tally H., II, Tabor City 

Elliott, Balaam Thalphonza, Jr., Whiteville 



Fulk, Robert V., Jr., Wilmington 
Gallagher, Edgar Givens, Jr., Charlotte 
Graham, Charles Pattison, Jr., Wilmington 
Grubb, Robert Lee, Jr., Charlotte 



Hammett. John Benjamin. Chapel Hill 
Hardison, Joe William, Raeford 
Harris, Donald Eugene, Rocky Mount 
Hefelfinger, David Charles, Chapel Hill 



Hocutt, Edgar Jerome, Chapel Hill 
Jernigan, Nancy Elizabeth, Dunn 
Jolly, Horton Gray, Ayden 
Land. Roy Vernon, Jr., Chapel Hill 



Langdon. William Cleveland, Coats 
Lassiter, Richard Edward, Colerain 
McGee, James William, IV, Greenville 
McNeill, Donald D., Jr., Charlotte 



Peel, Jesse Robert, Everetts 
Phillips, James Laughton, Morehead Ciiy 
Phillips, Llewellyn, II. Morehead City 
Presson, Thomas Lemuel. Monroe 



Sayers, William Floyd, Gastonia 
Shinn, John Bradley, China Grove 
Sides, Evin H., Ill, Concord 
Wesley, Ralph Norman, Jr.. Charlotte 
Whitfield. Charlie, Atlanta. Ga. 




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FIRST YERR 



Abell. James Curtis, Yanceyville 
Alford, James David, Zebulon 
Archer, Willis Arthur, Salisbury 
Avery, Frank Walton, Winston-Salem 
Barker, Rudy W., Carrboro 
Bell. Joseph Oscar, III, Tuxedo 

Bergeron, Garry Patrick, Jr., Farmville 
Bilbro, Robert Hodges, Greenville 
Burroughs, Paul Leach, Jr., Raleigh 
Collins, Earnest Swindell, Nashville 
Cox, George Wheeler, Charlotte 
Crawford, John Robert, III, Salisbury 

Credle, Joseph Bernard. Chapel Hill 
Crutchfield, William Monroe, Pittsboro 
Davis, Park, II, Jamestown 
Deaton, Philip Carl, Greensboro 
Fowler, Wesley C, Jr.. Dunn 
Garrabrant, Edgar Cornelius, Wilmington 

Gibson, Robert Clayton, Winchester, Va. 

Gray, Carroll Lee, Bynum 

Gray, Cyrus Leighton, High Point 

Grigsby, George Talmadge, Jr., 
Holly Springs 

Hicks, Lewis Patterson, Wise 

Howell, Nelson Neil, High Point 

Hubbard. William Colvin, Raleigh 
Koontz, Thomas Jeffrey, Lexington 
Kress, Sidney Carl, Wadesboro 
Leake, Arthur Eldridge, Jr., Marshall 
Lefler, Hugh Talmage, Jr., Chapel Hill 
Merritt, Wyndell Hunt, Chapel HUl 

Morris, Peter Lorenz, Charlotte 

Pressly, James Allen, Kings Mountain 

Printz, Don Warren, Asheville 

Ray, Karl Arthur, Greensboro 

Rich, Alvis Marvin, Burlington 

Riley, William Barker. Jr., 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Scott, Charles Kimrey. Haw River 
Sevier, Robert English, Asheville 
Simmons, Robert G., Roseboro 
Smyre, Herbert Lee, Newton 
Southard, John Wilder, Bethesda. Md. 
Steele, Walter Frank, Hickory 



Stevens, Elliott Walker, Jr., Warsaw 
Tarleton, Harold L., Monroe 
Thomas, Donald Anton, Roanoke Rapids 
Tucker, William Beverly, III. Hertford 
Yount, James Alvin, Claremont 



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PHRRmflCY SCHOOL 

The fall semester of 1962 marked the sixty-fifth year of phar- 
maceutical education at the University of North Carolina, and 
our fourth year in Beard Hall. 

Pharmacy School consists of many lectures and laboratories, 
ever mindful of our positions as professionals. Also, there are 
many student ort;anizations centered around points of interest, 
such as the Student Chapters of the American Pharmaceutical 
Association and North Carolina Pharmaceutical Association, 
Rho Chi, Kappa Epsilon, Phi Delta Chi, Kappa Psi, and 
Pharmacy Senate. Our social life includes fraternity dances, 
parties, the Christmas Party, Pharmac)- Weekend, and the 
Senior Commencement Picnic. 

The class of 1963 has the distinction of being the last class 
of the four year curriculum, leading to the degree of Bachelor 
of Science in Pharmac)'. 

This is the School of Pharmacy — dedicated to the develop- 
ment of qualified and well rounded pharmacists to carry on 
the work of our time honored profession. 



DEAX E. A. BRECHT 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: L. H. Stocks, President; Hal Reaves, 
Vice-President; Linda Tennant, Secretary-Treasurer. 



STUDENT BCD'! OFFICERS Tom Smart, President; Hey«ard Hui 
Vice-President, Lynda Cauble Secretary- Treasurer. 




SEniORS 



Adams, Emily Jeannette, Concord 
Alexander, Clyde Benny, Chapel Hill 
Baity, James Oliver, Mt. Airy 
Bender, Dean Hughes, Chapel Hill 



Boyles, V. Irving, Jr.. Pilot Mountain 
Bracey, Daniel Guilford, Red Springs 
Bradley. Julian Willis. Ill, Raleigh 
Brown, Robert Michael. Rocky Mount 



Burris, Sara Louise, Madison 
Burroughs, Malcolm Winston. Wadesboro 
Capes, Kenneth Darrell. Burlington 
Cauble, Lynda Louise, Cliffside 



Clayton, Carol E., Charlotte 
Cook, Briggs Edward, Durham 
Cox, Richard Larry. Sanford 
Davis. Joseph D., Chapel Hill 



Davis, Joseph Leon. Conway 
Deadwyler, Charles Robert. Salisbury 
Denning, Larry Edward, Coats 
Evans, Charles E., Jr.. Clarkton 



Fuller, William Hugh, Jr., Smithfield 
Grabs, Omnie Omily, Jr., Chapel Hill 
Greene, Miriam Jane, Hickory 
Hardin, Kenneth Pearshing, Jr., Forest City 



Harwood. George Emsley. Albemarle 
Hayes, Hugh Floyd, Thomasville 
Hill, Arthur Lee. Lewes. Del. 

Hill. Dempsey Craig. Deep Run 



Hollingsworth. J. Winston. Garland 
Hull. James Heyward, Shelby 
Hurt, Jasper Alexandar, Jr., Morganton 
Johnson, Mary Frances, Raleigh 
Kazmaier, Martin Francis, Far Hills, N. J. 




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SEDIORS 

Lai. Tai-Yee, North Point, Hong Kong 
Langdon. Ronald Earl. Coats 
Lever. Thomas Horace, IH, Charlstte 
Lockamy, Albert Fulton. Jr.. Clinton 



Long. William Ray, Kannapolis 
Lynch, Thomas Franklin, IIL Charlotte 
Markham, George, Fayetteville 
McBryde, James Archie, Jr., Louisburg 



McCann, Margaret Jane, Mt. Airy 
McCoy, Larry Thomas, Jr., Cove City 
McKinnon, Halbert Hill, Jr., Lumberton 
Mitchener. John Agrippa, III, Edenton 



Moser, Jerry Francis, High Point 
Myhre, John Hudson, Overland Park, Kan. 
Patterson. William Earl, Greenville, S. C. 
Patton. Meredith Gail. Hickory 



Perkins, Joseph Charles, Bakersville 

Routh, Linde Faye. Asheboro 

Schnoor. Donald James, 
Mountain Lakes, N. J 

Schoficld, John Collier, Salisbury 



Sime, Myron Strother, Lenoir 
Smart, Thomas E., Hamlet 
Smith, Hugh Jarrette, Jr., Albertson 
Smyre. Billy Mac, Newton 



Sprinkle. Thomas Douglas, Winston-Salem 
Stamey, Gary Martin, Asheville 
Stocks, Lewis Henry, HL Hookerton 
Tcmpleton, Linda Jane, Lenoir 



Tennant, Linda Janice, Crossnore 
Todd, William Hoyt, Aulander 
Upton, Jack Herndon, Smithfield 
Watson, Barry Vernon, Lenoir 



Wilder, Richard Burton, Chapel Hill 
Williford, Thomas Alton, Newton Grove 
Wood, Robert Michael. Raeford 
Zahran, Lucy Marie. Fayetteville 



junioRS 

Akers, Barbara Goodwin, Beaufort 
Alexander, Jack Lewis, Brevard 
Beck, Henry O., Jr., Morganton 
Belmont, Alexander Fernando, Lima. Pen 



Bryan, Harrel Dean. Chinquapin 
Burch, William Henry, Chapel Hill 
Cameron, John Erastus, Kinston 
Clark, Elizabeth Blythe, Pinetops 



Coin, William Gerald, Rockingham 
Deyton, Charles Edward, Burnsville 
Edwards, Robert Wesley, Jr., Pinetops 
Freeman, Numa Franklin, Jr., Louisburg 



Geer, Ronnie Michael, Charlotte 
Griggs, Willard Wilson, Jr., Norwood 
Harper, Ralph Ragan, Jr., Gastonia 
Holleman, Curtis Edwin. Fuquay Springs 



Jamison. Mary Elizabeth, Charlotte 
Kelly, Anne Marie, Fayetteville 
Kesler, James Phillip, Greensboro 
McSwain, Jean Willard. Carrboro 



Grander, William Devaughn, Jr., Charlotte 
Owen. James Melvin. Roseboro 
Patton, Judy Carolyn, Swannanoa 
Pope, Larry Hicks, Troutman 



Quackenbush, Palmer David, Chapel Hill 
Rabb, Roy Patton, II, Benton, Ark. 
Randall, Danny Lee, Asheville 
Reaves, Hallie Craven, Jr.. Asheboro 



Ring. Elizabeth Ann. High Point 
Sentelle, Mary Flora. Asheville 
Smith. Joseph Gordon, Statesville 
Stroud. Jerry Sue. Roanoke Rapids 



Upp, Lindell Frances, Asheboro 
Walker, Leon Stokes, Denton 
Welsh. Jesse Luckey. Jr.. St. Pauls 
Wilson, John David, Lowell 



Winfree. James Huntley, Badin 
Wood. Sandra Ann, Graham 










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SOPHOmORES 



Ammons, Hal Newton, Lumberton 
Badgett, John Dean, Mt. Airy 
Bailey, John William, II, Hendersonville 
Barrow, Marsha W., LaGrange 
Baugham, Edgar Lassiter, Smithfield 

Blanton, Larry Clyde. Brevard 
Brady. Patricia Lee, Hickory 
Brooks, George Jackson, Jr., Siler City 
Brown. Carter Dennis, Leicester 
Brown, Eugene Glenn, Jr., Jacksonville 

Carter. Charles Wesley, Sanford 
Coats, Leonard Edward, Dunn 
Culbertson, James Barber, Englewood, N. J. 
Eason. Walter Gerald. Rocky Mount 
Eller. Revis Radford. North Wilkesboro 

Farmer. Jean Warren, Charlotte 
Fodel, Lillian Elaine, Charlotte 
Foster, William Lee, Mocksville 
Gaither, Laura Elliott. Asheville 
Glass. Saragene Marie. Norton. Va. 

Goforth. Linda Gail. Lincolnton 
Greene, Miriam Jane, Hickory 
Hargis, Ronald Lathan, Burlington 
Hogsed. Marilyn Gaye. Fletcher 
Horsley. Shirley Amanda. Charlotte 

Johnson, Mary Lou. Clayton 
Jones. Larry Wilson. Asheboro 
Jones. Thomas Henry, Kenly 
Kennedy, Larry Gene, Chapel Hill 

Lafferly. Robert Parks. Concord 

Leggett, Martha Victoria, Williamston 
Lloyd, Evelyn Pauline, Hillsboro 
Matthews, Leonard Walter. III. Stoneville 
May. Emanuel, IIL Burlington 
Miller. Daniel Thomas. Statesville 

Moore. Robert Holloway, 
Rehoboth Beach, Del. 

Moore, Thomas Marion, Wilmington 

Myers, Hugh Alan, Clayton 

Paul, William Larry, Burlington 

Pharr, Jones Neil, Harrisburg 

Poteal. William Asbury, Morganton 
Prolfitt, Carolyn Rebecca, Burnsville 
Rickard, Hearne Franklin, H, Kannapolis 
Sehorn, Samuel Leroy, Charlotte 
Sheafler, William O., Chapel Hill 

Smith. Carolyn Jeannette. Dudley 
Smith. Roy Boyd, Jr.. Durham 
Steadman. Horace Dean, Jr.. Rockingham 
Tarleton. Vernon Lee. Norwood 
Thomas, Emerson Ledbetter, Jr.. Hickory 

Tripp. Jimmy Noah. Sanford 
Tromba, Charles Barrett, Stony Point 
Warren, Larry Joe, Newton Grove 
Woodard, Barney Paul, Jr.. Princeton 



FRESHmEn 

Blakely. Jane Stewart. Ellerbe 
Blount, James Gordon. Elizabeth City 
Booth, Donna Gail, Durham 
Boyd, Robert Wilson, Sanford 
Buchanan, John Russell. Nashville 

Bumgardner. Leonard Wilson. Jr.. Belmont 
Capel. Martha. Apex 
Carr, Robert Lee, Rose Hill 
Clayton, Margaret Anne. Charlotte 
Connelly. Fred Allen. Spruce Pine 

Cranford. Delbert Marvin. Denton 
Early, Christie Ellen. Murfreesboro 
Gilbert, Sandra Jean, Maxton 
Gray, Richard Adrow, Newport 
Grigg, Marion Dudley, Norfolk, Va. 

Habrat, Nancy Jane. Charlotte 
Harris, Leon William, Robbins 
Heatherington, Terry W., Bessemer City 
Hickmon, Leon Edward, Wilmington 
Hite, Charles W.. Jr.. Gastonia 

James. Charlotte Rhew. Hillsboro 
Johnston, Mary Helen, Raleigh 
Jolly, Frances DiAnne, Charlotte 
Jones, Thomas Lewis, Lynchburg, Va. 
Kennedy. Johnnie Buren, Shelby 

King, James Arnold, Wallace 
King, Johnny Harold. Greensboro 
Laxton, Carroll Malcolm, Lenoir 
Lilly, Thomas Theophilous. Jr.. Durham 
McCaskill. Rodney Lynn, Ellerbe 

McCommons. Robert Joseph. Albemarle 
Matthews, Harry Leigh, Stoneville 
Matthews, James Spencer, Clinton 
Minton, Solon Scott, Asheville 
Moore, Hugh J., Spindale 

Musselwhite. Neill Hector. 111. 
Carolina Beach 

Newman. Maynard Simons. Salisbury 

Paterson, Nellie Elizabeth, Matthews 

Powell, William Dorsey. Fuquay Springs 

Small, Ronald Hugh, Burlington 

Solter, Alan Warren. Colonia, N. J. 
Thomas, Mary Michele, Wilson 
Vinson, Carol Ann, Roseboro 
Walker, King David. Bolton 
Wells, Sara Alice, Atkinson 

Wicker, William, Winston-Salem 
Williams, Berry Lynn. Zebulon 
Williams, Richard Darwin. Valdese 
Young. Ronald Edwin. Christiansburg. Va. 




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ology. Maternal and Child Health, Parasitology, Public 
Health Administration, Public Health Education, Public 
Health Nursing, Public Health Nutrition, Sanitary 
Engineering and Mental Health. Students number near- 
ly two hundred and come to us with basic preparation 
in many professions, such as medicine, dentistry, educa- 
tion, engineering, nursing, statistics and social sciences. 
Our faculty of seventy-five likewise have varied profes- 
sional backgrounds. Most work is on the graduate level, 
with 75 /c masters candidates, lO^r doctoral candidates 
and the remaining 159f undergraduate. 

Moving into a new building in November 1962, dedi- 
cation exercises were held in April 1963, with alumni 
and friends returning to inspect and admire the new 
facilities and to rejoice that at long last the School had 
been brought together under one roof. 



SCHOOL OF 
PUBLIC HERLTH 

More than any other profession, the School of Public 
Health enjoys a sense of internationalism. Alumni from 
our school are engaged in community health activities 
on every continent, and students come to us from the 
far reaches of the globe. At home and abroad, the 
problems of prevention and control of disease and 
pestilence, sanitation of the environment, improvement 
of health standards and status, and public education in 
healthful living have steadily gained recognition as 
basic responsibilities of the community on state, national 
and international levels. 

Our School of Public Health, one of fourteen such 
accredited schools in North America, prepares profes- 
sional workers for service wherever their specialties 
take them, through study and research in the ten operat- 
ing departments of the School: Biostatistics, Epidemi- 




DEAN E.G. AUG A VR AN 



DEPARTMENT HEADS. Firsi lou-: Dean McGavran, Mrs. Dolan, 
Dr. Chipman, Dr. Coker, Dr. Boatman. Second row: Dr. Greenberg. 
Di 111! V Or, Larsh, Dr. Brvan, Dr. Okun, Dr. Cassel. 



FOREIGN STUDENTS. First row: Mrs. P. Ershad, Maura Morton. 
Mrs. Vo Thi Thuy, T. Ngoc Suong, Dr. Hoang Xuan Chinh. Second 
row: Dr. Huthami Al-Sharbati. Sheila Rhymer, Henry Jemil Esber. Dr. 
Shamoon Urshano-Oulaghi. Dr. Shao Yao Hsia. Marva Elaine Sprave. 
Third row: Orville R. "Blake. August P. Vernimmen, Dr. Joseph I. 
Chang-Sing Pang. Dr. Raymond Collado. Dr. Carlos M. Rodo. 




Abul-Ela, Abdel-Latif Abdel-Fattah, 
Biostatistics 

Ahern, Alfred M.. Sanitary Engineering 

Al-Sharbtt. Huthami, Maternal Child Health 

Allis, John Bert, Administration 

Austin, Robert Edward. Administration 

Barker, Anna Earl, Biostatistics 

Barnard, George Robert, 
Sanitary Engineering 

Barrick, Jewell Howard. Parasitology 

Berry, David Earl. Health Education 

Blake, Orville Radcliffe, Health Education 

Boubel. Richard William, 
Sanitary Engineering 

Brown, Jane Elizabeth, PH Nursing 

Brown, Roger Ruben, Sanitary Engineering 
Bruce, Mary Joyce, PH Nursing 
Bunce, Elizabeth Ann, PH Nursing 
Burt, Junior Lloyd, Epidemiology 
Burton, Mylie Justice, PH Nursing 
Campbell. John Edward, Health Education 

Cavenaugh. Edward Lee, Administration 
Chadwell, Leonard, D.D.S., Administration 
Chang Sing Pang, Joseph Ivan. M.D.. 



Adn 



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ratu 



Chinh, Hoang Xuan. Adn 

Clinger, William Spencer, 
Sanitary Engineering 

Cole, Richard Francis. Sanitary Engineering 

Collada, Dr. Raymuhdo, Health Education 

Courtney, Jessie M., PH Nursing 

Cox, Charles Lindberg, Administration 

Crawford, Kenneth L., Administration 

Davis. Dorothea Eder, Nutrition 

Dawson, Leonard Hugh, III. 
Health Education 

Drake. Henry Ashley, Sanitary Engineering 

DuBose, Arley Thompson, 
Sanitary Engineering 

Dutton, Lois Ann, PH Nursing 

Elmore, Gustavia Louise, PH Nursing 

Ershado, Parmis. PH Nursing 

Esber, Henry Jemil, Parasitology 

Farrand, Sally Ann, Administration 
Fernandez, Encarnation, Nutrition 
Foster, Betty, Health Education 
Fricks, Dorothy L., PH Nursing 
Fry, Richard, Sanitary Engineering 
Gahar, Jean Pipkin. PH Nursing 

Gakstatter, Jack Henry, Sanitary Engineering 

Goode, Eugene Thornton. 
Sanitary Engineering 

Hall, William J., Administration 

Hawkins, Rose Marie, Biostatistics 

Hawthorne. Lillian McKenny, PH Nursing 

Hayes. Carl Groover. Epidemiology 




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eadley. Frederick Gene. 
Sanitary Engineering 



Henderson. Oliver. Sanitary Engineering 
Hermann. George Joseph. Parasitology 
Hester. Julia Glenn, PH Nursing 
Hsia. Shao Yao, Health Edu 



Hunisman. Glenda Irene. PH Nursing 
Ibrahim. Michel Ayoub, Epidemiology 
Ingold. Sara Ory, PH Nursing 
Jackson, Billy Dean, Sanitary Engineering 
Jackson, Jacquelin Joy. PH Nursing 

Jennings. Edna C PH Nursing 
Johnson. Albert LeVeme. Epidemiology 
Johnson. Bessie Davis. Administration 
Klotz, Alden W.. Parasitology 
Kwon, Byung Kook, Sanitary Engineering 

Lay, Ava June. PH Nursing 

Leeper, Mary Clark, PH Nursing 

Lehmann. Arthur Frank, 
Sanitary Engineering 

Lewis. Wilma Ruth. PH Nursing 

McConkey. David M., Health Education 

McDaniel. Levonda Duncan, PH. Nursing 

McElvv-aney, Carolyn J.. Health Education 

McJunkin. Frederick Eugene, 
Sanitary Engineering 

McNaught, Annie Reith. 
PH Nursing Supervision 

McTernan. Edmund J., Health Education 



Malinoski. Bernadine Marie 

Mathison. Raymond Francis 
Health Edu 



May, Anne Roberds, Parasitology 

Memory. Charles Gray King. Administration 

Miller, Kathryn. PH Nursing 

Moore. Lucius Lee Ardrey. Jr.. Parasitology 
Morton, Maurh Macaulay. Health Education 
Murrell, Kenneth Darwin, Parasitology 
Naff. Henry Hudson. Jr.. Administration 
Neese. Max Edmond. Administration 

Ngoc Suong. Tran Thi. PH Nursing 
Osborne. Harold Sidney. Parasitology 
Pascarella, Edward A., Administration 
Patchell. Mary Belle 
Peed. Audrey Jean. PH Nursing 

Peters, Howard August, Sanitary Engineering 
Phillips, Anita. Health Education 
Phillips, Virginia Dupree, PH Nursing 
Prather. Elbert Charlton. Epidemiology 
Pratt, Bobbie Gamer, PH Nursing 



Pa£re412 



Pendergast. Elizabeth Ann, Nutriton 

Priddy, June Beverly, Biostatistics 

Rainey. Elizabeth Ann, Nutrition 

Regan, Herman Daniel, Jr.. 
Sanitary Engineering 

Rickenbacker, Wilhelmina Wilson, 
PH Nursing 

Rogers. Coye Olein, Administration 

Rogers, Donald Wayne, Sanitary Engineering 

Rogers, Jimmy Lafon, Sanitary Engineering 

Rundgren. Charles Edward. 
Sanitary Engineering 

Rymer. Sheila Margaret, Health Education 



Savage, Lillian Carole. Health Education 

Saxon, Sylvia. Health Education 

Schaaf, William Edward. Biostatistics 

Scires, M. Louise, PH Nursing 

Sharmon, Eugene Hugh, Sanitary Engineering 

Sheffer. John Allen, Jr., Sanitary Engineering 
Sills, Joe Fred. Health Education 
Smalley, Alan Hale, Sanitary Engineering 
Snodgrass, Harold T.. Sanitary Engineering 
Snyder, Mary Edwards. PH Nursing 

Spain. Dan Mitchell. Administration 
Spivey, John J.. Administration 
Sprauve. Marra Elaine, Nutrition 
Spurrier, Elmer Raymond, Parasitology 

Standifer. Laura Marjorie, Parasitology 

Staunton, Sally Alene, PH Nursing 
Stevens, Annamae. PH Nursing 
Sutton, Corrina Sherron, Parasitology 
Swiggett, Henry Grady, Jr.. Administration 
Swisher. A. Dale. Epidemiology 

Thomas. Nancy Fike, PH Nursing 
Thompson, Homer W., Administration 
Thur, Vo Thi. PH Nursing 
Tiller, Claude Baker. Jr., Health Education 
Todt. Margaret Ann. PH Nursing 

Toole, Benny Byron. Health Education 

Trueblood, Reginald Gordon, 
Health Education 

Ullman. Lorna Louise. Health Education 

Urshano. Oulaghi Shamoon. 
Maternal Child Health 

Vernimmen. August Petrus. 
Sanitary Engineering 

Vinca, Opal Irene, PH Nursing 

Walker, William R.. Sanitary Engineering 

Wilkes, Frank Gilbreath. 
Sanitary Engineering 

Williams, Ralph Benjamin, Parasitology 

Yett. Marian F. Saylor, PH Nursing 




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In 1951, the University of North Carolina School of Nursing 
opened its doors to the first twenty-six students in North 
Carolina to enter a four-year collegiate program. The school 
continues to pursue a four-fold approach to nursing education, 
offering undergraduate education, graduate education, con- 
tinued education (through extension courses, institutes and 
workshops), and research in the field of nursing. 

Dr. Elizabeth L. Kemble has been dean of the school since 
its opening. There are currently thirt)'-four faculty members 
and an enrollment of over two hundred hit)' students. These 
include generic, general, and graduate students. 

In October of 1962 an initiation ceremony was held for 
charter members of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Sigma Theta 
Tan. National Honorary Society for Nursing, This society is 
established only in collegiate schools of nursing fully accredit- 
ed by the National League for Nursing at all program levels. 




DEAN ELIZABETH L. KEMBLE 



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SEniORS 



First rov: BARLOW. PATRICIA ANN. Greenville. 
B.S. in Nursing. SNA. Nursing Class Officer 2, 4. 
Pres. 3. CALDWELL. BARBARA ANNE. Miami. 
Fla.. B.S. in Nursing. SNA Officer 2. Pres. 3. 
CARTER. VIRGINIA POPE. Greensboro. B.S. in 
Nursing. SNA. Yackely Yack 2. Section Editor 4. 
CHRISTOPHER, LINDA LANE, Burlington. B.S. 
in Nursing. Band 1, 2, SNA, Wind Ensemble 1, 2. 
3. DAWSON, PATRICIA ANNE, Dunn, B.S. in 
Nursing. SNA 



Second row: DEAL, JUDITH BELINDA, Landis. 
B.S. in Nursing. Sigma Theta Tan Pres. 4. Order of 
the Old Well 3. 4. Orientation Counselor 2, SNA, 
Valkyries 4, WAA 1. 2. ELLEDGE, CAROL JUNE, 
Winston-Salem, B.S. in Nursing. SNA, Nursing 
Class Officer 3, 4. EUDY. JOYCE ELAINE. Mount 
Pleasant. B.S. in Nursing. SNA. FAYED, 
DOROTHY, Roanoke Rapids, B.S. in Nursing. 
SNA, YDC 3. FLETCHER, MARY KAY, Durham, 
B.S. in Nursing. CWC 2. Officer 3. Dormitory Of- 
ficer 3. Orientation Counselor 2. Student Party 3. 
SNA, Valkyries 3, 4, Women's Residence Council 3. 



Third roM.- GETTMAN, ELAINE, Hendersonville. 
B.S. in Nursing. SNA. HOGG. MURIEL JOANNE. 
Pittsburgh, Pa.. B.S. in Nursing. SNA. HRUSLIN- 
SKI. EUGENIA WALKER. Burlington. B.S. in 
Nursing. Student Party 1. 2. SNA. Officer 3. West- 
minster Fellowship. Officer 3. HUMPHREY. LYNN 
ELIZABETH. Westfield. N. J.. B.S. in Nursing. 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. Carolina Symposium 3. 
Order of the Old Well 3, 4. Orientation Counselor 
2, SNA, University Party 1, 2, 3. 4. HUTCHINS. 
LINDA JO, Yadkinville, B.S. in Nursing. SNA. 



Fourlh row: INGRAM. CATHERINE. Arlington. 
Va.. B.S. in Nursing. SNA. JOHNSON. CATH- 
ERINE LYNN. Charlotte. B.S. in Nursing. SNA. 
KAUFMAN. JOYCE ANN. Hendersonville. B.S. in 
Nursing. Alpha Delia Pi. SNA. University Party 1. 
2. 3. 4. MARTIN, FRANCES ANN, Fayettevjlle, 
B.S. in Nursing. SNA. MASSENGILL, CAROLYN 
SUE, Benson, B.S. in Nursing. Dormitory Officer 3. 
SNA. 



Fiilh row: MILLS. VERA FAYE, Mt. Airy, B.S. 
in Nursing. Orientation Counselor 2. SNA. Nursing 
Class Officer 4. OLIVE, EDITH ANNE. Raleigh. 
B.S. in Nursing. Delta Delta Delta. SNA. University 
Party 1. 2, 3. PATTON. BETTY IRENE. Swan- 
nanoa, B.S. in Nursing. SNA. PHILBECK. BAR- 
BARA JO. Shelby. B.S. in Nursing. Sigma Theta 
Tail 4. SNA. PHILLIPS. ROBERTA BROWN. 
Chapel Hill. B.S. in Nursing. SNA. 



Si.xth row: PICKRELL. KATHARINE LEE. Dur- 
ham, B.S. in Nursing. Class Cabinet 2. 3, Orienta- 
tion Counselor 2, Student Party 2, 3, SNA, WAA 
2, Nursing Class Officer 2, 3, 4. PLEASANTS. 
MARY SCOTT. Raleigh. B.S. in Nursing. Class 
Cabinet 3. Student Partv 3. 4. SNA. ROBERTS. 
MARTHA TATE. Chapel Hill. B.S. in Nursing. 
Orientation Counselor 2, Student Party 2, SNA. 
SHAW. MARY CATTIE, Wagram, B.S. in Nursing. 
SNA. SMITH, LINDA KAYE, Welch, West Va.. 
B.S. in Nursing. SNA. 



Seventh row: SMITH. MARY RANDOLPH, Charles 
Town, West Va., B.S. in Nursing. SNA. SMITH, 
SANDRA CROSS, Wrightsville Beach, B.S. in Nurs- 
ing. SNA. STROTHER. LINDA KNOTT, Pittsboro, 
B.S. in Nursing. SNA. SUTTON. MARGARET 
JOHNSON. Winston-Salem. B.S. in Nursing. Angel 
Flight 1. 2. Orientation Counselor 2. SNA. Nursing 
Class Officer 1. THOMPSON, RHONDA ANN, 
Haw River, B.S. in Nursing. SNA. WAA 1. 2, 3. 
Nursing Class Officer 4, 



Eighth row: THOMPSON, TONI LYNNE, Chapel 
Hill, B.S. in Nursing. Kappa Delta. Dormitory Of- 
ficer 2, Order of the Old Well 3, 4, Orientation 
Counselor 2, SNA, Slate Officer 3, Women's Council 
3. VINCENT, SYLVIA SULLIVAN, Greenville, 
B.S. in Nursing. Student Party 3. 4. SNA. State 
President 3. WEBSTER. ELIZABETH FAYE. 
Mebane, B.S. in Nursing. Sigma Theta Tail 4. Caro- 
lina Playmakers 2, Orientation Counselor 2, Student 
Party 3, SNA, Yackety Yack Section Editor 3, Co- 
Managing Editor 4. WHEDBEE. ELIZABETH 
MOORE, Greenville, B.S. in Nursing. Sigma Theta 
Tau 4, SNA. WRIGHT, JUDITH CLIFTON, 
Jamesville, B.S. in Nursing. Sigma Theta Tau 4, 
SNA. 



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junioRS 




Avery, Vickie Gwendolyn, 

Greenville 
Booth. Rosa Frances, 

Ayden 
Burley. D. Jean, 

VVeslfield, N. J. 
Burroughs. Constance, 

Port Washington, N. Y. 
Carlo, Laura Ann. 

Falls Church. Va. 
Caron. Betty Jane, 

Montua Hills. Fairfax Co.. 

Va. 



Cloyes. Edna Leslie. 

White Plains. N. Y. 
Cly, Jean Frankie, 

Winston-Salem 



Colvard, Mary Lynda, 
Slate College, Miss. 

Grumpier. Mary Jayne, 
Rocky Mount 

Davis. Julia Watson. 
Raleigh 



Han 
CI 

Hildebrand. Patricia Ellen. 

Smithfield 
Hinnant, Frances Victoria, 

Bronxville. N. Y. 
Hughes, Laura Jane. 

Ardsley. N. Y. 



Liyon. Barbara Anne, 

Raleigh 
Manuel, Carolyn Spach, 

Greensboro 
Martin, Helen Carolyn, 

High Point 
Mashburn, Carol Anne. 

Star 
Morrison. Patricia Elaini 

Leesburg, Va. 
Newsom. Judy Gail. 

Winston-Salem 



Ogburn. Marilvn Starr, 

Raleigh 
Perrv. Barbara Lane. 

High Point 
Perry. Frances William. 

Richmond, Va. 
Pinion, Carolyn Marie, 

Arlington, Va. 
Poag, Barbara Ann. 

Columbus 



Raitord, Mary Lindsay, 

Hendersonville 
Roberts. Marv Eloise, 

Raeford 
Rogers. Marion Lane. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Rollick. Virginia Dianne. 

Glen Cove. L. L. N. Y. 
Sain, Brenda Mae, 

Vale 
Sasser. Nancy Farthing. 

Goldsboro 



Siravt-hun. Sandra Lee, 

Charlotte 
Vandenborre, Suzanne M., 

Dhahran. Saudi Arabia 
Weeldrever, Sharon Rae. 

Fayetteville 
Whittev. Anna Patricia, 

Smithfield 



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SOPHOmORES 



Barnes, Linda Lee, 

Drexel 
Beasley, Nancy Delmar, 

Washington. D. C. 
Blackley. Beverly Joan. 

Hillsboro 
Bradner. Rebecca Sue, 

High Point 

Butner, Sandra Gail. 

Tobaccoville 
Canby, Sarah Ann Frazier. 

Philadelphia. Pa. 
Carswell. Helen Janet. 

Morganton 
Collins, Frieda Ann. 

Rock Island, 111. 
Cooke. Marianne, 

Winston-Salem 
Darr, Deanna Evelyn. 

Arlington. Va. 

Easkold, Barbara Hope. 

Burlington 
Garner, Kathleen Ann, 

King 
Griffith, Ethel Marie. 

Winston-Salem 



Harville, Chervl Louise. 

Chapel Hill 
Holder, Betlina Kay. 

Waynesville 



Isom, Dorothy Rose, 

Raleigh 
Jones, Carolyn Wayne, 

Oxford 
Kemmer. Susan Jo. 

La Grange. 111. 
Kennedy, Sharon Ann. 

Kinston 
Lahens. Frances Bradhursi. 

Wynnewood, Pa. 

LeShanna. Judith Ann. 

Atlanta, Ga. 
Logan. Jacqueline. 

Raleigh 
Maxwell. Ann Parham. 

Raeford 



Moti, Susan Elizabeth. 

Sarasota, Fla. 
Newnam. Constance Lee, 

High Point 

Palmatier, Anne, 

Chapel Hill 
Ray. Nancy Charles, 

Raleigh 
Reedy. Vida Michaela. 

Southern Pines 



Rieman, Nancy Lou. 

Birmingham. Mich. 
Solomon. Ellen Joan. 

Wilmington 

Stokes, Nancy Estelle, 

Charlotte 
Toan, Dorelle. 

Durham 
Toy, Wanda Sue. 

Durham 
Tyson, Judith Ann. 

Aiken. S. C. 
Weeks. Mary Ann. 

Mt. Holly 
Wells. Rebecca Agnew, 

Chapel Hill 

White. Katherine Beverly, 

Charlotte 
Wooden, Jane S.. 

Raleigh 
Zaron. Jo Ann, 

Tarentum, Pa. 
Zimmerman, Sandra Joyce 

Winston-Salem 



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Anderson, Sylvia Anita, Charlotte 

Banks, Martha Ellen, Durham 

Barbee, Vivia Anne, Richlands 

Bartlett, Judith Ann, Raleigh 

Beauchamp, Helen Patricia, Boonsboro, Md. 

Bennett, Mary Suzanne, Asheville 



Browning, Judith Lee, Durham 

Burr, Cathy Ann, Winston-Salem 

Camlin, Sara Louise, Hamlet 

Cansler, Karen EUzabeth, Winston-Salem 

Colison, Margaret Estelle, Washington, D. C. 

Cox, Elizabeth Blair, Winston-Salem 



Croom, Connie Piatt, Raleigh 
Dockery, Brenda Gale, High Point 
Eakes, Virginia, Goldsboro 
Eddy. Virginia, Southpon, Conn. 
Foushee, Mary Elizabeth, Chapel Hill 
Fox, Janice Kay, Raleigh 



Fox, Linda Ann, Roxboro 
Furches, Mary Susan, Pfafftown 
Gardner, Saundra Hoen, Baltimore, Md. 
Gentry, Kathryn Rose, Roxboro 
Gilmore, Stella Florence, Candler 
Gunderson, Karen Lee. Lewisville 



Harrison, Linda Yvonne, LaGrange 
Herter, Nancy Elizabeth, Lincolnton 
Hogg, Saralynn Jean, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Holton. Jean Marshall. Winston-Salem 
Howard. Mary Carole, Sylva 
Howerton, Judy Charlyne, Gibsonville 



Hurst, Nancy Ward, Swansboro 
James, Judith McGowan, Mebane 
January, Mary Lee, Grifton 
Johnston. Carolyn Elizabeth. Burlingtr 
Jordan. Linda Virginia. Gatesville 
Kelly. Alice Wynn. Tabor City 



Kling. Margaret Carol, Kinston 
Koonts. Helen Rebecca, High Point 
Lentz, Ellen Linn. Goldsboro 
Long, Sandra DeLois, High Point 
Marney, Rita Christopher, Charlotte 
Marshall, Jean Mary, Arlington, Va. 



Mason, Gloria Jeanne, High Point 
Massey, Hulyn Jeanette. Durham 
Merrow. Helen Leith. Alexandria. > 
Miller. Sharon Jean. Cary 
Money, Pamela Jane, Summerfield 
Moore, Linda Joy, Raleigh 



Morris, Patricia Faye, Durham 

Moser, Jerri T.. Raleigh 

Murphey. Barbara Ann. Arlington, Va. 

O'Brient, Carol Wayne, Asheboro 

Phillips, Marie Ann, Ft. Leavenworth, Ka 

Phillips. Matti Hyles. Morehead City 



Ranson, Sharon. Charlotte 
Roschy. Susan Gertrude. Burlington 
Schell. Pamela Lynn. Asheville 
Scovil. Elizabeth Penfield. Raleigh 
Simpson. Linda Craddock. Alexandria. 
Smith. Carolyn Ann. Winston-Salem 




St. John. Sarah Patricia. Concord 
Verduin, Elizabeth Terry, Hendersonville 
Viverette, Jo Anne. Rocky Mount 
Watcrfield. Ruth Anne. Fayetlcville 
Whyte. Barbara Elizabeth. Bethesda. Md. 
Yelverton. Paula Anne. Goldsboro 



GEPERRL nURSinC 



Borger, Barbara Jane, 

Palmerton, Pa. 
Brewer. Mary Ann. 

Greensboro 
Brune, Beverly Ann, 

Lafayette Hill. Pa. 
Burgermaster. Brenda Ma 

Nutley. N. J. 
Curtis. Barbara Jenene, 

Durham 



Deaton. Freida Ann. 

Shelby 
Faust, Christine Jane. 

Glenside. Pa. 
Ferguson. Phyllis Helen. 

Hampton. Va. 
Hawes, Laura Lee. 

Supply 
Laffiteau, Therese Elizabeth. 

Wilmington 



Lusk, Elizabeth Ann, 

Chapel Hill 
McCauley, Lois Elizabeth. 

Maher. Arlene Ina. 

West Hartford. Conn. 
Mavo. Margie Ann, 

kenly 
Motsinger, Annie Harding. 

Lexington 



Porter, Agnes Yvonne. 

Wytheville. Va. 
Ray, Betty May, 

Fairmont, W. Va. 
Riddle, Joyce Faye. 

Black Mountain 
Sones, Betty Jane, 

WilUamsport. Pa. 
Thomas, Frances Jeanette. 

Durham 




PHYSICRL THERRPY 




SENIORS 

Abemathy. Hettie Jo, 

Gastonia 
Barber, Carole Princess, 

Charleston, S. C. 
Capps, Judith Dawn, 

Sanford 
Love, Jo Carol, 

Mt. Pleasant 
Poole, N. Lorene. 

Thomasville 
Presson, Ramona Thomas, 

Winston-Salem 

Rentz, Beverly Kaye, 

Lexington 
Reynolds, Judith Kay, 

Richmond. Va. 
Robbins, Rebecca Anne, 

Greensboro 
Settlemyre. Elizabeth Ann, 

Valdese 
Springs. Sandra Caroline, 

Charlotte 



JUNIORS 



Arbaugh, Miriam Alice, 

Charlton Heights, W. Va. 
Brockmann, Charles Hines. 

Salisbury 
Fisher. Patricia Diane, 

AsheviUe 
Koch. Carol Virginia, 

West Caldwell, N. J. 
Lusk. Gladys Ruth, 

Jackson, S. C. 
Oakley, Lois Ann. 

Roxboro 

Oliver. Margaret Alice, 

Whiteville 
Reynolds. Elizabeth Jane, 

Greensboro 
Sharp, Joyce Ann, 

Pensacola. Fla. 
Smith. Betti Jean, 

Gastonia 
Whitfield, Elizabeth Carlisle. 

Durham 
Winstead, Charlotte Suzanne, 

Roxboro 



STUDEriT nURSES RSSOCIRTIOn 




S. N. A. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. First row: Solomon, Wooden, Ridgeway, Whitley. Second 
Newsome, Rogers, Manuel, President Rollick. 



The University of North Carolina 
Student Nurses' Association, a local 
chapter of the National Student 
Nurses' Association, was established 
on this campus in 1954. It is de- 
signed to foster the growth of nurs- 
ing students in their personal and 
professional lives as they prepare 
to carry out future responsibilities 
as professional nurses. This is ac- 
complished by monthly meetings, 
featuring prominent speakers in 
nursing and allied fields, and social 
functions, providing for more social- 
ization among nursing students. 
Workshops, conventions and bi- 
monthly meetings at the district 
level unite nursing students from 
schools throughout the state and en- 
courage an exchange of new ideas 
and concepts in nursing. 



THE ORDER OF THE OLD LRmPSHRDES 



The Order of the Old Lampshades 
strives to recognize that oft-ignored 
campus group, the "do-nothings." 
The Lampshades are without proj- 
ects and goals; they merely exist. 
Members are tapped for an utter 
lack and a "do-nothing" spirit. 
Sadly, some of the members have 
violated the principles of the group 
by showing excellence in some area. 
These people may still remain in 
the organization, however, for the 
"nothing " spirit in which their 
deeds were performed. All members 
and accomplishments successfully 
hidden under lampshades, they make 
their ritual tapping, accompanied 
by the discordance of tin pans and 
wooden spoons. Although the Lamp- 
shades frown on initiative, they plan 
to increase their ranks through a 
campus-wide tapping in the future. 



Seated: Solomon, Davis, Burris, President Yoder, Canby. Mott, Strader. Second row: Smithwick, 
Martin, Ross, Tyson. Shaw. Lupton, Stone. Third row: Rogers, Burnette, Rollick, Manuel, Acker, 
Howell, Roberts. 




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FIRST YEAR 

Anderson, Melba Ramseur 
Raleigh 

Bean. Mary Ann. 
Mebane 

Braxion, Maxine Blair. 
Snow Camp 

Curtis, Cecelia Anne. 
Kinslon 

Dalton. Sandra Kaye, 
Rutherfordton 

Hege. Jeanne Elizabeth. 
Raleigh 

James. Nena Lynn, 
Mebane 

Koehn, Donna Jean, 
Charlotte 

Murray. Gael Theresa. 
Chapel Hill 

Olsen, Mary Ann. 
Hendersonville 

Pender. Judy Carol. 
Mebane 

Ramsey, Nancy Vesta, 
Kinston 

Rogers, Lyna J., 
Gastonia 

Scruggs, Doshie Martena, 
Forest City 

SpruUK Mildred Ann, 



Willis, Sandr: 
Shelby 



DERTRL HYGIEHE 



SECOND YEAR 

Carter. Linda Lou. 
Greensboro 

Cole, Penalie Carol, 
Charlotte 

Dickens, Linda Gray, 

Roanoke Rapids 

Fleming. Joan Louise, 
Charlotte 

Fox, Joan Margauerite, 
Chapel HUI 



Hines. Lana Louise. 
Winston-Salem 

Hough, Mareia Sue. 
Dallas 

Manship, Joy Alice. 
Wilkesboro 

Saine, Sandra Kay. 
Lincolnton 

Sutherland. Nancy Elizabeth. 
Durham 



Westmoreland, Melind 
Charlotte 

White. Joan, 
Durham 

Wright, Marilyn Joyce 
Chapel Hill 




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ORMITORY 




LIFE 




If there is one aspect of dormitory life at Carolina which can 
be called typical of the overall picture, it is diversity. Dormi- 
tory life is essentially characterized by variety — variety in 
friends, in activities, in pastimes, and in living conditions. 

At any time and in any dormitory there are opportunities 
for becoming involved in almost any type of activity. To look 
in on any particular dormitory on any given night, one can 
usually find such activities as card playing, TV watching, Hi-Fi 
listening, shooting the bull, or perhaps even studying. If one 
tires of these activities, there is always someone organizing a 
trip to the Pine Room, the gym, a flick, Byron's, the Toddle 



House or a local tavern. However, after one has had his fill 
of these activities, he can resort to the most popular of all 
dormitory activities — sleeping. 

Aside from the variety presented in each individual dormi- 
tory, the student at Carolina has a variety of dormitories pre- 
sented to him. He may choose from twenty-four dorms offering 
nearly every type of living condition. Small or large, new or 
old, convenient to town, or convenient to the Medical Com- 
plex, those composed of graduate students or those composed 
of freshmen, or a suitable composite of these factors constitute 
the varied offerings of the University's dormitories. 




All I want to know is, what in tin H 



I still say there wasn't a 
cloud in sight, when . . . 




Sex, anyone? 




Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou ? 





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The final offering of the dormitory in its manifold program 
is the diversity of knowledge which one gains while living 
there. From the associations, friendships, conversations, chal- 
lenges, frustrations, rivalries, controversies and pleasures which 
constitute dormitory life, much experience is gained through 
which character and personality are shaped. And above all, 
living under a system of self-government with the concomitant 
freedom and responsibility prepares the individual for his role 

in society. 

—Bruce Welch 

IDC President 





"Dear John, . . .' 
That's all for today 



Whadda' you mean — it was my idea ? 



// is to those individuals — loo numerous to name — known as dorm 
men that DORMITORY LIFE is dedicated . . . The hours and effort 
expended are insignificant when compared to the recognition due them, 
thus it is looped that these pages will be meaningful this year and in 
years to come . . . 




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RLEXRHDER 



Alexander Dormitory was constructed in the year 1939. 
It was originally used as housing for Naval officers who 
were undergoing flight training during the Second 
World War. Alexander's colors are navy blue and 
white. The official publication is the Alexander Grit. 
The year's beginning brings a rash of freshmen . . . 
successful rush . . . only three black balls . . . Intramural 
football season climaxed by a 12-0 victory at St. An- 
drew's College . . . "Playboys" roll in volleyball . . . 
Doc and the Poobahs . . . Goldsmith and the Epis- 
copalians . . . Welch and his sister ... Ed Pierce and 
the Big Mouse . . . Davis and his finger . . . Epton and 
his muscles . . . Craige and his gut . . . 




Here's to sobriety . 



The Poobah salute takes its place beside the cheerful 
greeting of the ADX's . . . Pizza party too much for a 
few of our members . . . The Grit comes out with its 
usual perceptive reporting . . . Stretcher, Caplan, and 
the IDC terrorize the dorm . . . Hardison offers advice 
— on best TV programs to watch . . . 

Alexander still stands for another year, undaunted 
by one hundred and twenty of her prodigies. Even 
though she might eventually become a fallout shelter, 
or even worse, a residence for co-eds, she will always 
remain our dorm . . . 



Miss Nancy Pruitt 
Alexander's Sweetheart 



VC'e can really shake 'em down 





Pace 426 



R VER Y 




Avery Dorm, population 235 upperclassmen, is rapidly 
achieving, if it has not already done so, the epithet 
of "The Most Progressive Dormitory on the U. N. C. 
Campus." The leaders (Ron Aycock-Pres., Cy Lynn- 
Vice-Pres., John Ward-Sec, Jay Dmsmore-IDC, Jim 
Drake-IDC, and Bill Burwell-IDC) endeavor to make 
life in Avery something more than mere existence. The 
campus is moving toward Avery and an aggressive 
posture has been assumed in providing Avery occupants 
with many and varied social activities. Avery has had 
dances with Cobb and the Nurses Dorms, "King for 
A Day Contests" (this contest netted $80.00 for the 
dorm social fund), open house after home football 
games (refreshments and other goodies were served), 
sponsors in every major campus beauty contest, and with 
two other men's dorms has presented a combo party at 



King-for-a-diiy Drawing . 
"oil no! Rufus Fdmisten! 




THE UNITED SUITES 
OF 



oA5fM2f 





All. (Amu luothall k.L.mn;) Lhampion^hip ,i;,niK 

the Legion Hut. These are only a few of the activities 
which were undertaken. An active intramural program 
and organized dorm functions (dorm newspaper and 
displays to name a few) represent outlets for Avery 
men to exhibit energy and ability. Avery is, indeed, a 
dorm in which one can take justifiable pride. 



Miss Cecile Mayrand 
Avery's Sweetheart 




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CR R I G E 



One of the newest dorms on campus, Burton-Craige has 
already made its presence felt by showing what a dormitory 
can accomplish with good ideas and plenty of hard work. It 
has ushered in a new era in dorm life that will eventually 
spread over this campus and possibly to other schools. 

Brand new walls . . . and no walk-way ... 7:30 — I've 
slept through my 8:00 class . . . new era . . . country-club 
surroundings, country atmosphere . . . brand new administra- 
tion . . . love those elevators ! . . . cold water, sore feet, no 
heat . . . boiler blows top . . . Dental School Drill Team goes 
to work ... a "pork chop" working in the snack bar . . . 
Jake's bargain basement locates on fifth floor . . . 10,000 rolls 





Ba. 



!« takes the worry out of being close . . 




Miss Betsy Caron 
Queen of the "Beat Dook" parade 



VCe lose more people over those rails . . . 

of toilet paper used in attempts to wipe out future adminis- 
tration, cheerleaders . . . Hustler Fitz makes the scene . . . 
can't cuss any more — Craige has a mama and a papa . . . who 
parked this red roller skate in the lobby? . . . Making a ram 
in the basement — Craige wins the Homecoming Display 
contest . . . deal another hand and then we'll study — after 
we watch Combat . . . XXX of GDI pledges 745 .. . 3:30 
and no mail yet . . . 2 :00 a.m. and elevator bells . . . pres. plays 
plumber, repairs run-away toilet . . . rain and the first annual 
iVIud Bowl . . . somebody ask the twins what the rates at 
Watts' are . . . janitors make clean sweep — corn stalks for 
party decorations disappear . . . Craigemen, the Great Pumpkin 
see Cobb's basement . . . where is that intramurals team.'' 
. . . who was that in S. Clause's lap . . . Gros and his "jokes" 
. . . who was that girl in the med student's wing? . . . Craige 
sponsors Queen, cleanest float in the "Beat Dook" parade to 
cries of, '"We c^n get that float finished!" . . . somebody 
answer that phone . . . and close that suite door — it's cold 
in here! ! ! . . . quiet reigns — the IDC never sleeps . . . water 
balloons off the balconies . . . Davis and his 21 tickets, dis- 
covers that we've got our own cop . . . The Tarpit and the 
Administration — it's about these jokes . . . THAT'S a 
coke machine? . . . recreation rooms and the bomb shelter 
residents . . . dorm meetings and "loads" of people . . . 'Von 
Busch gets a new car . . . first floor, snack bar, and Payton in 
the phone booths . . . second floor wrote this . . . third floor. 
Phi Mu finds a home ... 331 and Holsenbeck . . . fourth 
floor, 'NX'estin and the continental atmosphere (where there is 
none) . . . Peace Corps leaves, McMahan and Co. move in to 
fill the void on the fifth floor . . . sixth floor is lulled to sleep 
by angel voices, while girls ride up and down the elevators . . . 



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EVER ETT 




Pres. Sam and the Homecoming display 



The alarm clock next door wakes you an hour early. Eyes half 
open you pick up your DTH and ROGAH — one day late. 
After braving the steam-clouded bathroom, you're ready for 
class with two minutes for breakfast. Back at Everett after 
lunch, you battle through ninety-four fellow mail-mad Everetts 
to find your library fine notice in your mail box ... no letter 
from Mary. The afternoon you spend holding cards in the 
twenty-four-hour bridge game in the social room, or maybe 
make up sleep lost by studying till 3:30 a. m. for your French 
quiz. Seven p. m. . . . quiet hours begin just as Sam strides 
into your room signing up athletes for the Rogah underwater 
basket-weaving team in his life-and-death struggle for dorm 
points. As you crack the physics book, the Kingston Trio on 
the third floor tunes up, and the popcorn factory on the first 
floor goes into regular production of its scorched product. 
Somehow, the alluring voices of Cobb girls outside your 
window are distracting. The radios and record players start 
the nightly concert reinforced by would-be Elvises in the 
showers. After a half hour's study, the guy next door drops 
in to yack about sex for two or three hours. Soothed by a 
late late shower, you're finally in bed. All is quiet; for the 
IDC sleeps with the door open. 





Tliere could be something attractive about co-eds 








Some of the Everett jock-league 



Miss Ann Bennett 
Sweetheart 



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JOYn ER 



l>Hb/V\PI;K4;ftctl<ulv 




President 



Gordon Appell 
IDC 



John Reese 
IDC 




After two years as Best Dorm on Campus, Joyner finds itself 
in a real struggle to retain the title. But life goes on in its 
usually bizarre fashion in the Backwards Building with the 
Raleigh St. Bathrooms. 

Basement food machines continue their policy of giving 
nothing for something, in spite of anguished cries, curses and 
various forms of assault and battery. While the war between 
man and machine rages, others actually try to use the study 
room nearby. 

Dorm meetings enjoy steadily dwindling attendance, as 
meetings begin by making sure that first-floor residents trapped 
while watching TV stay where they are. Some traditions 
cherished by the first floor include flinging the frisbee, shower 
creativity in the form of song lyrics, and leering at girls' 
tennis classes. 

Modified anarchy reigns on the second level, where screams 
issued from 206 and 208, during the regular sessions of Spit, 



Delusions of grandeur 



Miss Toni Snider 
Spo?2sor 

Scrabble and bridge. Eccentrics abound in the persons of 
Snoopy Sorrell and the Merchant of Enfield. Rusty Ward just 
isn't real. The search for one normal resident is abandoned; 
Wayne Womb and Phalec Rhodes are christened. A mysterious 
thief filches McDade's underwear and Advisor Finison cowers 
in 219. Wedding bells ring for Williams and Gilbert gets a 
big fat ring for Linda Tripp-to-be. 

Third floor leads us to believe they are more elevated in 
their pursuits. Nominating vice-prexy Spencer Barnes as Most 
Gung-Ho, they go on to list other active residents: Gordon 
Appell, IDC court and Jr. Class cabinet; Cecil Locklear, Soph, 
class cabinet and Finance Committee; Charles Hipps, drum 
major; and the siher tongued angels. Farthing, Owen, and 
Frog (Frog?) Carroll. Broome heads the YRC and Steward 
abandons the dorm for matrimony. 

High in the clouds, Lyons Memorial Dorm (formerly 4th 
floor) rules the roost in solitary splendor. 




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m R ncu m 




Odom Hall Griffin Aldridge 

Preiident I ' ice-Piesident lnlia?nu>al Mgr. IDC Representative 




Mickey Blackwell 
Huett Britt 
Jim Nesbitt 
Tom Lominac 
Bill Campbell 
Hubert Hawkins 
Tom Fisher 
Dick Westrick 
Charlie Lloyd 
Dave Burge 
Barry Lee 
Steve Reeves 
Sonny Shelton 
Billy Rose 
David Honeycutt 
Charlie Rhyne 
Fred Lambert 
John Gunn 
Allan Huffman 
Bill Bosby 
Preston Aldridge 
Jerry Odom 
Walter Parrish 
Glenn Braswell 
Tommy Peterson 
Alex Mclntire 
Al McNeil 
Bill Taylor 
Dave Lobdell 
Richard Williams 
Ronnie Bone 
Rich Albiez 
Steve Hamilton 
John Stewart 
John Gould 
Dave Sapp 



Linwood Hall 
Franklin Leggett 
Reg Smith 
John Leblanc 
Bob Morphis 
Graham Wells 
Joe Griffin 
William Harrison 
Mark Fountain 
Bill Lambert 
Rusty Mauldin 
Melvin Boyd 
Art Rogers 
John Davis 
John Little 
Douglas Pearson 
Phil Holt 
Marvin Mood 
Gene T. Capps 
Winston M. Sanford 
Drew Murphy 
David Lane 
Robert J. Hauser 
Bob Jamerson 
Nathan Ray 
Bowen Asserson, Jr. 
Barry Russell 
Homer Le Grand 
Glenn A. Lancaster 
Ronnie Stanley 
Jim Mclntyre 
Jerry Whitfield 
Gene Yarbrough 
James Quinn 
Mike Griffin 
Greg Davis 



Another wild party with Watts ... a raid on the Nurses 
Dorm . . . and a few cat calls at Ruffin started us off right. 
The freshmen take over . . . Boo-Ray takes a back seat to 
academic pursuance. Odom takes over as Prexy and calls a 
dorm meeting about every other night when he's not in 
Burlington . . . Mangum becomes a quiet dorm . . . well 
almost. Wild Bill Elliot was heard everywhere and his roomie, 
a tired baseball player named "Woogie" took charge of the 
wheel this year . . . Blackwell leads the way as everybody's 
buddy . . . Smith practices karate on the bathroom wall . . . 
Morphis wishes he could do same . . . Aldridge and Pearson 
journey to WC every weekend . . . the Blimp continues to 
amaze everyone . . . Shofner and Rogers sing "They've broken 
up that old gang of mine". . . Griffin, Griffin, Harrison, 
Albiez, and Whitfield carry on their weekly debates . . . and 
the Mangum Miscarriage was reborn. 



Miss Sylvia Phillips 
Swee/he.ir! 




Page 431 




m R n LY 




John Schultz 
President 



Henry Merrill Murray Van Lear 
Vice-President Editor 




W hat in the hell is SHE doing here? 



Hey Dad . . . hear about the roses sent to Cobb? . . . Satch 
says the one with the hole is his . . . Honey makes the Varsity 
. . . Dodgers in '63 ? . . . Duke and Tom still waiting . . . 
Freas takes the grappling crown . . . Morris deserts after 
perfecting M&M special . . . Hatch rocks out . . . Bug finds 
major . . . "the toe" kicks out . . . Chicago frosh breaks in 
line-up . . . Rats run-up champions . . . George runs another 
one out . . . Sechler continues to spread the gospel . . . Johnson 
sweats out Cuba crisis . . . M.V.L, can't restrain his pen . . . 
Night-train rolls . . . Doug and Boge wait for beach . . . 



She DOES, 



Gehring and Iddings practice for Sea Hunt . . . President 
Schultz deserts too . . . Lumpkin has lay-over in Chapel Hill 
. . . Hanna gets cut-off . . . Hindo and Ridenstein catch all 
the hell . . . Mathews continues practice of intolerance . . . 
J. Gilbert re-named . . . second floor continues to play "Who's 
got the bed?". . . Big George ends period of abstinence Jan. 
1 . . . where is Don's roommate? . . . why did Jack get the 
Stetson . . . when will J. P. open his discount store? . . . 
what's Richmond got that UNC ain't, Kaz? . . . "Rubberlegs" 
Adkins signs up with Jerry Butler . , . Natasha snakes John 
for Ukrainian cossack . . . Mokey loses sense of time, cele- 
brates too early . . . with all this behind us, what's there to 
look f orv^'ard to ? 



Manly's own . . . 
"the River-rats" 





Miss Diane Peed 
Manly Dorm Sponsor 



Page 432 



OLD UU EST 



Miss Kay Barret 
Old West Sponsor 




Old West continues to be a dormitory of contrasts: 

The hardest to get into, but the least comfortable; highest 
average scholastically, despite biggest 'goof-off s'; most central 
location, with biggest class-cutters; the sloppiest rooms, despite 
the best efforts of Pardner; and greatest athletic managers, 
despite perennial upsets. 

SUPERLATIVES: Huggins remains best-dressed . . . Well- 
ing best all-around athlete . . . Sophisticated Herndon dates 
only Atlanta girls . . . Shouse and Renwick make up for 'bull' 
pledges' grades . . . Who gets the next phone call, Selden, 




mitmc^^i 



Bundy, or Mangum? . . . Williams off to Sebring and Watkins 
Glen again . . . Manly heads for triple crown of tube team, 
gin team, and flick team . . . POLITICOS: S. P. McFadden 
over U. P. Savery (by 50 lbs.) . . . Maitre d' Taylor, less red 
bow-tie, in sports . . . Smith brothers, Adams and Price with- 
out beards? . . . SOUTH WING ANNEX NEWS: Dekes 
get their rooms back . . . Compton flashes flicks . . . Peek 
heads for Toddle House . . . Raney heads for home . . . Rogers 
and Edwards play with numbers . . . Bobrowske makes lots 
of 'friends' and Phi Bate . . . First floor has top frisbee team 
. . . SPENCER DORM ANNEX: Mr. Good going to see 
"the sweetest little woman in the world". . . The Billy Bird 
Combo . . . Selden and the black headed one . , . Morgan, 
the marine, makes good I.D.C. representative . . . THE 40 
PLAYMATES AND THEIR FRIENDS: Kay is Win's fiancee, 
but why is he afraid to let her transfer from Mary Washing- 
ton ? . . . Music-Man McNinch makes all-star dump team with 
eight straight . . . 'Squatty' Cole gets words from Sweet Briar 
and the Pentagon . . . Allen receives first 'c' and prints first 
letter . . . Mole loses weight and sleep on account of studies 
. . . Rex loses date but finds wild turkey . . . Buck and Jeff 
head pizza team . . . Doctor finds showers are real, despite 
propaganda . . . Who is the open-mouthed Neanderthal Man 
in the picture? . . . MISCELLANEOUS: Sams dreams of 
shooting campus coeds for Playboy. 



Kneeling: Cole (Sec.-Treas.) ; Morgan (IDC Rep.); Savery (Pres.); Bilisoly (Intermural Mgr.); Fowler (V-Pres.); First row: Shouse, Mason, 
Barlow, Brooks. Bobrowske, Little, Vestal. Second row: Renwick, Johnson, Hunter, Doctor, Jackson, Rogers, H. Price. Third row: Weir, Thomas, 
Bragunier, Taylor, Mabe, Selden, Williams. Sams. Fourth roic: C. Price, Goodwin, Bundy, Turner, Tharin, Welling, Allen, McNinch, Sowder, 
Schrum. McFadden. 




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RU FFI n 



Remember . . . the gross suckers flying at the Beat Dook 
parade . . . parties at La Pizza . . . Holmes-Hoehn, Ltd. 
. . . we start out expecting a great year . . . Valkyrie 
Sing win and the celebration that followed . . . the 
Save Ruffin Committee and final victory over South 
Building . . . our speaker programs . . . Ruffin delega- 
tion to the Dook game . . . volleyball out back . . . 
weekly trek of the Greensboro crew . . . our encounter 
with the Dook football team . . . checking out the girls 
from Cobb as they walk by . . . Big John and Eric 
breaking into your room at daybreak yelling "Wake up 
Sporty". . . the curse of 205 . . . delightful commentaries 
by Brooklyn on all TV programs . . . our lovable, filthy 
social room . . . Paul Causey's birthday party . . . Andy 
an honorary member of the third floor . . . Milford in 
the lower quad without clothes . . . the singers in 312 
. . . the winos on the first floor . . . waiting in front of 
the mailboxes for the mailman . . . learning Korean 
on the second floor . . . Jim Morton never being in . . . 




Hodge losing your laundry . . . that telephone eternally 
ringing for someone else . . . John Birch on the fourth 
floor morgue . . . anti-Cuban rallies ... all those panty 
raids that never came oft . . . all this and studying too! 

gerry good, pres. ; sam bryan, v.-pres. ; torn dinero, sec. ; 
phil mcknight, treas.; charlie coble, see. chmn.; wels- 
ford artz, roger asher, ben avent, les bailey, bob bailey, 
bob barbee, marshall basinger, leigh beadle, ray booker, 
mike carden, bob carter, ed causey, paul causey, jim 
clackam, milford dark, greg couch, gary crawford, 
James crockett, barry craig, herb courier, steve davis, 
bert dearing, dave dumond, jim dutton, paul eason, 
hugh eagleton, kelly eanes, danny eller, doug eury, 
randy faulk, charles finch, joe garner, ronnie geer, jim 
gleason, ed goodman, bob gray, bill griffith, nick grifi^en, 
terry hamrick, tommy harrison, arthur hays, ron henson, 
ted hoehen, bill holmes, jerry hodge, charlie hobbs, fred 
horton, bill hunter, harry hutcheson, bob kaneer, John 
killian, bennie king, don king, dayton kirk, bobby kirk- 
endal, sang woo lee, ed ling, george lockhart, archie 
millis, barks mcarver, jeff macconnell, william mcdaniel, 
don mcgowen, worth mangum, alden miller, roger mor- 
ris, jim morton, herb mueller, bill mcfadden, ron 
orovan, james parker, bob phiUips, edith piaff, jim ray, 
jone refsnes, lamar reid, John renger, allyn robinson, 
don schain, jerry shroat, andy sjoholm, dave smith, joe 
spangler, hugo spechar, alan taylor, bill thornton, doug 
tilden, ralph viverette, John walsh, charles white, wom- 
mack white, John whitely, John williams, charlie wright, 
and whitey. 



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STRCY 





Miss Barbie Eason 
Sweelhearl 



Stacy Chi entered 1962-1963 with, as usual, no place to go 
but up. And under Moose's leadership, that's where it went. 
John's intramural teams brought forth spirited participation 
from the Stacy Studs. We gained Co-ed visiting privileges 
this year, but, of course, no boy in his right mind would bring 
his mother into Stacy. The year continued with parties, the 
promise of more parties, and Stacy's usual glorious weekends. 
Brothers of Stacy Chi, remember: a Stacy man is welcome 
wherever he goes ... a Stacy man needs no introduction . . . 
a Stacy man always knows what to do; because a Stacy man 
is a Stud! 



That old gang of mine 




"Oh God, another day". . ."Where's my towel?". . ."Oh yeah! 
What's good about it?". . ."Well, I'll see you ". . ."I'll never 
pass that quiz ". . . And the weejuns shuffle off to class . . . 
"Mail here?". . ."Can't believe it!". . . "There's something in 
my box . . . Must be my roommates!". . ."Church bulletin 
and a bill . . . Wheee!". . ."Struck out again". . . "Ho hum! 
More fan mail ". . ."That pig didn't write again ". . . "Through 
for the day". . .""That quiz was so bad"'. . ."I'm hungry". . . 
"Can you face Lenoir Hall again?". . . "Let"s go to the Mono' 
and look at the Cobb girls". . .""You seen that flick?". . ."Let's 
go to the Tempo". . .""Gotta hit the books . . . Two quizzes 
tomorrow". . ."How about you gettin' the-hell-outta here so I 
can get some sleep". . ."See you in the morning". . . 




Page 435 



ORGRniZRTIOn inOEX 



Academic Affairs Committee 74 

A.F.R.O.T.C 94 

Alpha Delta Pi 108 

Alpha Epsilon Delta 190 

Alpha Gamma Delta 110 

Alpha Kappa Psi 184 

Alpha Phi Omega 187 

Alpha Tau Omega 126 

Angel Flight 98 

Arnold Air Society 98 

Attorney General's Staff 71 

Audit Board 7} 

Baptist Student Union 90 

Baseball 290 

Basketball 276 

Beta Gamma Sigma 189 

Beta Theta Pi 128 

Budget Committee 72 

Campus Affairs 74 

Campus Chest 76 

Cardboard 295 

Carolina Christian Fellowship 92 

Carolina Forum 76 

Carolina Handbook 53 

Carolina Playmakers 60 

Carolina Quarterly 53 

Carolina Women's Council 85 

Cheerleading 281 

Chi Omega 113 

Chi Phi 130 

Chi Psi 132 

Communications Committee 77 

Cosmopolitan Club 93 

Cross Country 283 

C.U.S.C 70 

Daily Tar Heel 54 

Dance Committee 51 

Debate Squad 78 

Dental Hygiene 421 

Dental School 392 

Delta Delta Delta 114 

Delta Kappa Epsilon 134 

Delta Sigma Pi 182 

Delta Upsilon 136 

Di-Phi 78 

Dormitories 422 

Elections Board 72 

Episcopal Student Congregation 91 

Fencing 295 

Football 266 

Freshmen 372 

Gamma Beta Epsilon 202 

General Nursing 419 

German's Club 124 

Gimghoul 200 

Golf 294 

Gorgon's Head Lodge 198 

Graham Memorial Activities Board 50 

Graham Memorial Student Union 48 

Hillel Foundation 92 

Honor System Commission 71 

Interdormitory Council 82 

Interfraternity Council 122 

International Student Board 93 

Juniors 344 

Kappa Alpha 1 38 

Kappa Delta 116 

Kappa Epsilon 176 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 118 

Kappa Psi 178 

Kappa Sigma 140 

Lambda Chi Alpha 142 

Lambda Phi Omega 188 



Law School 336 

Lutheran Student Association 91 

Medical School 398 

Men's Council 80 

Men's Glee Club 61 

Monogram Club 296 

National Student Association 70 

Newman Club 90 

N.R.O.T.C 99 

Nursing School 414 

Order of the Golden Fleece 192 

Order of the Grail 197 

Order of the Minataurs 201 

Order of the Old Bean Birds 203 

Order of the Old Lamp Shades 420 

Order of the Old 'Well 196 

Orientation Committee 67 

Pan-Hellenic Council 106 

Pharmacy School 404 

Phi Beta Kappa 194 

Phi Delta Chi 180 

Phi Delta Theta 144 

Phi Eta Sigma 195 

Phi Gamma Delta 146 

Phi Kappa Sigma 148 

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 174 

Physical Therapy 419 

Pi Beta Phi 120 

Pi Kappa Alpha 150 

Pi Kappa Phi 152 

Pi Lambda Phi 154 

Publications Board 77 

Public Health School 410 

Rho Chi 191 

St. Anthony Hall 156 

Scabbard and Blade 103 

Seniors 302 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 159 

Sigma Chi 160 

Sigma Nu 162 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 164 

Soccer 282 

Society of Janus 199 

Sophomores 360 

States Affairs 75 

Stray Greeks 107 

Student Activities Fund Staff 73 

Student Athletic Council 299 

Student Entertainment Board 75 

Student Government 64 

Student Legislature 68 

Student N.E.A 177 

Student Nurses Association Executive Council 420 

Swimming 288 

Tau Epsilon Phi 166 

Tennis 292 

Theta Chi 168 

Track 284 

UNC Band 63 

L'niversity Party 79 

Valkyries 193 

■Women's Athletic Association 298 

Women's Council 81 

Women's Residence Council 84 

Wrestling 286 

WUNC 62 

Yackety Yack 56 

Young Men's Christian Association 86 

Young Women's Christian Association 88 

Zeta Beta Tau 170 

Zeta Psi 172 



Page 436 



This 
is a 
capsule.** 




W W W and it looks deceptively simple. 
Certainly not as complex as an x-ray machine, a 
fully equipped operating room, or a modern 
pharmaceutical analysis laboratory. But appear- 
ances can be deceiving. Into this capsule went 
countless hours of research, the clinical investi- 
gation of thousands of patients by scores of 
physicians and-finally-painstaking manufactur- 
ing controls. And-with the help of this capsule- 
physicians are able to provide more effective 
care for their patients. 



Smith Kline & French Laboratories 
is dedicated to the discovery and 
manufacture of these seemingly 
simple medicines . . . prescription 
drugs which have revolutionized 
the physician's treatment of his 
patients. 



SMITH KLINE & FRENCH LABORATORIES 




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STUDEflT inOEX 



Name 



Pages 



Name Pages 

Abell. James Curtis 403 

Abernathv. Hettie Jo 419 

Abernalhv. John William 361 

Abul-Ela, Abdel-Latif Abdel-Fattah 

411 

Acee, John Marshall. Jr 373 

Acker, Dorene Karen 303, 420 

Ackerman. Scott Fulton 373 

Adair, Rosemary Ward 345, 115 

Adams, Anthony Gordon 303 

Adams, Carlton Noble, Jr. .345 

Adams, Charles Preston 152, 158. 345 

Adams, Charles R 361 

Adams, Emilv Jeannette 188,405 

Adams, Franklin Le Verne 388 

Adams, Gayle Elaine 417 

Adams, George H. .361 

Adams, Howard Ellison 96, 98, 303 
Adams, Jeffrey Paul 373 

Adams, Jocelyn Virginia 361 

Adams, John Delyott 345 

Adams, Junius Greene 373 

Adams, Thad 288 

Adcock. Gerald Cooper 303 

Adkins, Robert Kenneth 361 

Adkinson, N. Franklin 69, 136, 361 

Ahem, Alfred M 411 

Aimone, William F. 373 

Ainsley, William Franklin 88, 373 

Ainslie, Alice Anne 112.298,303 

Aitken. George Douglas .184,303 

Akers. Barbara Goodwin 188,407 

Akers, Richard 69 

Albright, Michael Keith 361 

Albright, Robertson Callaway 158, 366 
Albritton, Harry Roffe 361 

Alderman, James Blane 266, 345 

Aldrich, Michael Edward 148. 345 

Aldridge. Henry Belden . 361 

Aldridge. James Preston 82.345,431 

Aldridge. John Eugene 373 

Alexander, Clyde Benny 178, 405 

Alexander, Emilie Eleanor 

.111,177,345 

Alexander, Jack Lewis 407 

Alexander. Jerry Marvin 397 

Alexander. John Augustine , 126. 345 
Alexander. John Palmer 148.345 

Alexander. Judith Compton 88, 303 
Alexander. Mildred Ann . .345 

Alexander. Roy Fink 373 

Alford. James David . 403 

Algary. Kathryn A 177,345 

Allen. Allison Graham 373 

Allen. Dorothy Carolyn 373 

Allen. Felix Hill 303,433 

Allen. Inman 64, 70, 158, 303 

Allen. James Henry 373 

Allen. Judith L 281,361 

Allen. Leonard Grant 361 

Allen. Mitchell Ferris 345 

Allen. Robert T 345 

Allen. Toni 345 

Allen. William Harvey 373 

Allgood. William Walton 178 

Allis. John Bert 411 

Allison. Jack Howard .303 

Almond. Charles Malcolm ..373 

Alpert. Carol Sue , 373 

Alpert. Edward Michael 373 

Alphin. Gloria Anne 417 

Alphin. William Jackson 345 

Al-Sharbati. Huthami 410,411 

Alston, Edith Eugenia 1 12, 303 

Amend. John Frederick 373 

Ammons. Hal Newton 178, 408 

Anapol, Judith Eileen 345 

Anders, John Frederick 361 

Anders, Judy Fay .373 

Anderson, Edward Johnston . .303 
Anderson, Frederick Randolph , ,303 

Anderson, Gene Randall 303 

Anderson, Henry London .... 172, 361 

Anderson, Jane Anna 345 

Anderson, Jon Edwin 373 

Anderson, Neal Anthony 373 

Anderson, Ronald Nelson .189, 194 

Anderson, Roy 373 

Anderson, Sylvia Anita 418 

Anderson, Wayne Clark 395 

Andes. W. Abe 345 

Andrew. Herbert Allen 303 

Andrews. Kearney Hill 345 

Andrews. Terry Dean 361 

Ange. Charles Gilmer 190,303 

Ange. David Westley 361 

Angel. James Lawler 373 

Angell. John Paul 132, 345 

Angell. Robert Jones 373 

Anker. Jack 288 

Ansell. Julian Ralph 36! 

Ansley. Carole 345 



Appell, Albert Gordon 

.69.83.299.345.430 
Apple. John Dwayne 361 

Applegale. Sam , 56. 158. 292, 296 

Arbaugh. Miriam Alice 419 

Archer. James Edgar 373 

Archer, Willis Arthur 403 

Archie, Thomas Edward , , 172, 361 

Arey, Carol Ann 345 

Arey, William Jackson . . . 345 

Armfield, Charles Emmett .373 

Armfield, Richard Beeson 303 

Armfield, Robert Meade 303 

Armstrong, Daniel M. 76, 78, 194, 303 
Armstrong, Jonathan Jesse 106, 361 

Armstrong, Patricia 121 

Arndt, Robert Michael 373 

Arnold, Bruce Lowe 142, 396 

Arthur, Louis Chesterfield 

162,286,303 

Artz, Welsford Eure 361 

Ashburn, Michael Anthony 303 

Ashcroft, James Michael 361 

Ashendorf, WUIiam Herbert 166. 390 

Asher. Roger Harry 303 

Askew. William Earl .361 

Asserson. Bowen 303 

Atchison. James W. D. 401 

Atherton. John 275 

Athide. Ray 282 

Atkins. Betty Ruth 177, 345 

Atkins. Clyde Kelly 390 

Atkinson. Franklin 69 

Attkisson. Wayne P 397 

Atwell. William Larry 373 

Augustine. Andrew John 373 

Auld. Gail Evelyn 177, 303 

Auman. William Thomas 345 

Ausbon, Carolyn Anne .119,345 

Austin. Marie Stuart 89,114,304 

Austin, Robert Edward 411 

Austin, Thomas Kelsey 373 

Avant. George Ray 136, 304 

Avent. Benjamin Rush 373 

Avent. Don Brown . 361 

Avera. Charles Allen 395 

Averette. Hardee Alan ,373 

Avery, Frank Walton . . 403 

Avery, Marie Land 345 

Averv, Vickie Gwendolyn 416 

Avert, Fred M. 373 

Axselle, Ralph Lewis 266, 361 
Aycock, Charles Ronald . 82, 304 
Aycock, Edwin Burtis 146, 345 
Aycock, William Preston 360, 361 
Ayers. Jere Adams .134, 345 
Ayscue, Quincy Adams 400 



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Baan, Daniel Shelton 162, ; 

Babb. Henrv Curtis . 373 

Baddour. Phil 69 

Baddour. Richard Allen .373 

Badgett. John Dear 408 

Baer. Richard Price. Ill 373 

Bagby. John English 128. 345 

Baggett. Lee McLeod 266, 345 

Bagwell, Donald Tex 345 

Bagwell, Larry Edward, Jr. 373 

Bahnson. Frederic Fries 373 

Bailey. Anne Johnston 74. 120, 304 
Bailey. Donna Bess 70. 88. 89. 114, 304 
Bailey. John William. II .408 

Bailey. Jon Charles 160. 304 

Bailey. Leslie Wilmer. Jr. 78. 361 

Bailey. Robert Henry 345 

Bailey. Samuel Todd 345 

Baisden. Fred Randolph. Jr. 361 

Baity. James Oliver 178.405 

Baldwin. Ann Elizabeth 85. 177. 304 

Baldwin. Bernard Coleman 373 

Balivet. James Merrick 373 

Ball. David S - 189 

Ball. Harry Stuart 55.132.361 

Ball. James Weeks, Jr 373 

Ballard. Glenn Gilbert 373 

Ballard. Harry Hampton 373 

Ballard. James Wiley 304 

Ballard. Nannie Lou 85,304 

Ballenger, James Caudell 373 

Ballou. Bvron Tracy 304 

Baluss. John William 361 

Banks. Aubrey Malcolm 373 

Banks. Martha Ellen 418 

Banner. Matthew Ray. Ill 160 

Bannerman. Bill 70 

Barbee. Robert Boyd 304 



Name Pages 

Barbee, Vivia Anne 418 

Barber, Abigail Gregorv 304 

Barber, Carole Princess 108,419 

Barber, Gail Gregorv 71,116 

Barber, Leon Worth 75, 304 

Barbour, James Henry 373 

Barclay, George 275 

Barclay. Pamela Brewster 361 

Barden. Hank 266 

Bare. George Harlow 345 

Barefoot. Bonnie Blake . 74. 177. 304 

Barefoot. Irving 345 

Barefoot. John Harding 390 

Barefoot. Paul Drum 361 

Barefoot. Willie Ronald 345 

Barfield. James Everett 373 

Barker. Anna Earl 411 

Barker. George Andrew 345 

Barker. Rudv W. 403 

Barlow. Patricia Ann 415 

Barlow. Richard Dean 345 

Barlow. Ronald Hillery 361. 433 

Barnard. Frank Kenan 373 

Barnard. George Robert 411 

Barnard. Robert Lee 373 

Barnes. Linda Lee 417 

Barnes. Michael Darr 373 

Barnes. Ospv Dennis 345 

Barnes. Ralph Spencer 71. 345. 430 
Barnes. Reuben Thompson . . .373 

Barnette. Jerry Hicks 182. 304 

Barnett. Marvin Hugh. Jr. 345 

Barnett. William H.. Jr. 130 

Barnhart. Catharine Dozier 304 

Barotta. Stephen John 304 

Barr. George Marshall , 175, 304 

Barrett, Elizabeth Victoria 

107. 177, 304 

Barrett, Ethel Louise 304 

Barrett. Gerald A 189 

Barrett. Kay 433 

Barrett. Richard John 71, 345 

Barrick, Jewell Howard 411 

Barrier, Thomas Eugene , , 132. 361 
Barrineau. Harry Eugene. Ill 168. 304 
Barringer. Chad Edward 361 

Barron. Vance. Jr 136, 361 

Barrow. John Knox, III 304 

Barrow, Marsha W 408 

Barrs. William Lewis 361 

Barshay, Hvman Stadiem 391 

Bartlett, Judith Ann 418 

Barton, Charles Albert, Jr. 373 

Barton, James Hardin . 158, 361 

Barts, John William. Jr 394 

Basinger. Andrew Marshall .391 

Basinger. Sidney Lee 182 

Bason. Paul Michael 373 

Bass. Edwin Warner . . 158, 304 
Bass. Harris Hartwell 400 



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Batchelor. Donald Wesson 142. 361 

Batchelor. Sandra Fave , 177. 345 

Batten. Billy Gene 373 

Batten. Frank Daniel 158 

Batten. Wilbert Henry. Jr. 361 

Battistcllo. Greg 275 

Battle. Betsy Elaine 85.345 

Battle. Charles Henry. Jr. 

102. 282. 345 

Battle. Florence Anne 305 

Battle. Jean Howerton 84. 120. 305 
Battle. Richard E. 305 

. Everett Ira 361 

. Jim Preston 396 

Baucom. Thomas Aldon 394 

Bauer. William Henry 345 

Baugham. Edgar Lassiter 408 

Bauguess. David Eugene . ... 345 

Bauguess. Milton Vaughn 361 

Baum. Robert Leo. Jr. 373 

Baxley. Robert Earl 373 

Baxter. Connie Diane 373 

Baxter. Karen J. 345 

Bayerle. Barrie Lea 57.345 

Baynard. William Thorn. Jr 373 

Bavnes. Robert G. 386 

Baysden. Earl T.. Jr 146.361 

Baz. Douglas Carlos 345 

Bazemore. Cyrus William 361 

Beach. Lillian 121 

Beach. Neil Douglas 345 

Beale. Andrew Vincent 168. 305 

Beam. Calvin Mack 361 

Beaman. Grafton Gatling 305 

Bean. Mary Ann 393. 421 

Beard. John Nicols 401 

Beasley. Nancy Delmar 417 

Beatty. Joseph Robert 373 

Beauchamp. Helen Patricia 418 

Beavers. Robert Thomas 361 

Beck. Henry O.. Jr 152. 407 

Beck. Priscilla Suzanne 177. 345 

Beckett. Robert Sampson 373 

Beeton. John William 99. 184. 305 



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Beim, George 297, 282 

Beitler. Alvin 361 

Belangia. William Ray 361 

Bell. Daniel Locke. II 361 

Bell. Daniel M. . 130, 345 

Bell. Joseph Oscar. Ill 403 

Bell. Martha Pat 112. 177, 305 

Bell. Thomas Franklin 373 

Bell. Thomas Porter. Jr 142, 361 

Bell, Virginia Ann 57, 361 

Bellamy, Elizabeth Siblev 345 

Bellman, Terry Richard" 102, 373 

Bellovin, Marshall Benjamin 361 

Belmont, Alexander Fernando 

180,407 

Belsinger. Jack Russell 373 

Benbow. William Edgar 373 

Bench. George .71 

Bender, Dean Hughes 188, 191, 405 
Bender, Harold Johnson ,128,345 

Bender, Mary Jo 177, 305 

Bender, Neil Carmichael 399. 400 

Bennett. Charles Landis 194.391 

Bennett. Judith Anne 118. 305, 429 

Bennett, Marv Suzanne 418 

Bennett, Priscilla 113 

Bennett, Robert Beale 

136,283.286,297,345 
Bennett. Thomas B.. HI 373 

Bennett. Thomas Lawrence ,361 

Bennett. William Adams 134.361 

Bennett. William Radford 305 

Bensch. George W, . 71, 80, 126, 345 

Benson, Robert M 361 

Benson, William Harrison 361 

Benton, Billy Brantford 373 

Bergeron, Garry Patrick, Jr 403 

Bericut, Jack Carroll 361 

Berkley, M. Faye 345 

Berlin. Ira Gilbert 166. 305 

Berman. Richard Stephan 170. 305 
Berman. Sheldon S. 166, 305 

Bernholz. Steven Alan 391 

Bernstein. Jeffrey Alan , 170. 345 
Bernstein. Steven Harris ,373 

Berrien. Thomas Berrien 373 

Berrier. Clifton Ray. Jr 345 

Berry. David Earl ' ,411 

Bervhill. Bruce Holt 401 

Berrvhill. William Irwin 305 

Bess. Llovd George 305 

Best. Bettv Booker 345 

Best. Frances Ruth , 345 

Best. Richard Lee 373 

Bestic. John Brereton 361 

Bettis. Robert Edwin 361 

Bettv. Laban Tvson ,373 

Bevier. Walter Raymond ,345 

Biggers. Rebecca Gwvnn 115. 345 

Biggers. William Paul 400 

Bilbro. Robert Hodges 194. 399. 403 
Bilisolv. Charles Winston 71. 305. 433 

Billesdon. Andy 291 

Bingham. Elizabeth Anne 194 

Birchett. Carredun 361 

Birdsong. Susan Withers 84.114.305 
Bishop. Bertram Owen 77. 83. 305 

Bishop. Wayne Stalon 386. 390 

Bishop. William Thomas 373 

Bissell. Michael S. , 70. 1.34. 297. 346 
Bitter. Karl F. 400 

Bivens. Lester Williams 373 

Black. Gary Rav 266, 361 

Black. Joseph Arthur 373 

Black, Robert Eugene 373 

Blackford. John Baldwin 373 

Blacklev. Beverly Joan 417 

Blackman. CM 373 

Blackmon. Timothy Clyde 361 

Blackwelder. Stephen Myron 361 

Blackwell. David Michael 388 

Blackwell. Hugh Allen , . ,373 
Blackwell. Michael C. 71.75.346 



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Blake. Gerald Wayne . . 190. 346 

Blake. Orville Radcliffe 410.411 

Blake. Peter 282 

Blake. Ralph Stephen 361 

Blakciv, Jane Stewart 111,409 

Blalock. John Henrv 373 

Bland, Charles Everette .346 

Bland, Wilbur Brvan 394 

Blanton. Alvce Diane 70, 84. 112. 305 
Blanton. Larrv Clyde 178, 408 

Blanton, Tena Gail 373 

Blazer, Doris Alexander 194 

Bledsoe, Sam 373 

Bloom, William Frank 

106, 190, 288, 305 

Blount, James Gordon 409 

Blowe. Ralph Boyd 373 

Blue. Arthur C 373 

Blue. Lonnie Knox . .361 

Blum. William Raymond 142, 361 



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Blumberg. Sam, Jr. 

50.57,75,92,210,346 

Blume. Thomas Frederick 396 

Blumemhal, Charles A. 305 

Blythe. Judith Marion 118, 305 

Boal, Donald Stuart 373 

Boardman, Richard Browning .373 
Bobrowske, Dennis Edward 

194, 305, 433 

Bodenheimer, Paul Burgess 373 

Bedford, Alvin Michael 361 

Bogache, William Kent 162, 346 

Boggs. Charles Irwing 275, 373 

Bolan. Robert Stuart 

101,102,103,305 

Bolick, Charles Steven 194, 391 

Bolin, James Harold 182 

Boling. John Cochran 306 

Bond, Carolyn, McNeill 177, 346 

Bond, James Torrance 361 

Bonds, William Turner 388 

Bone, John Samuel 373 

Bone. Ronald Allan 361 

Bonner. John Hall 373 

Booker, Edward N. 306 

Boone. Marv Lou 373 

Boone, William L 361 

Boone, William Shelton 346 

Booth. Donna Gail 85, 409 

Booth, Joseph Edgar 361 

Booth, Rosa Frances 416 

Borden, Norman D. 166, 306 

Boren. Annette Gail 373 

Borger. Barbara Jane 



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Borneman. Elizabeth Morris 84, 346 

Host, Patsy Nell 93,361 

Bost, Stanley Lloyd 373 

Boswell, Brown Hill 391 

Boswell, Carl Joe 346 

Boswell, Robert F 346 

Bottoms. John Willis 397 

Botzis, Peter Archie 346 

Boubel, Richard William 411 

Bourne. Louis Milton 53, 77, 346 

Bouton, William Innes 373 

Boutselis, George John 266, 306 

Bowen, John Melvin 346 

Bowerman. William Roger 346 

Bowers, Bruce H 277, 306 

Bowles, Robert Lee 306 

Bowles. Ruth Strafford l'^' 5°* 

Bowman. Byron Lee 346 

Bowman. Frank ,,„?I5 

Bows. David Johnson 138.306 

Boxley, John M 106, 346 

Boyce, Jacob C 373 

Boyd. David G ,-,,11? 

Boyd, Edward Finley 126, 361 

Boyd. John Hay ■ „ 373 

Boyd, Pascal Strong 138, 361 

Boyd, Robert WUson 
Boyd, Troy T. . 
Boyenton. William H. 

S''>'^"^'^'^''^^='"".120.177,281.306 
Boyette, Edward Fountain 361 

Bovette, Mosley Graham 391 

Boyette, Roselyn Langley 306 

Boykin, Jesse Robert 373 

Boyles, Larry Wayne 373 

Boyles. V. Irving 405 

Brabson. Winslow 401 

Bracey. Daniel G. '•05 

Bradbury, Gerald Alton 373 

Bradford. Gary William 306 

Bradham,PageHoward^^^^^^^^^^^ 

Bradley, Georgia Carolyn^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ 

Bradley, Julian Willis ' 5 1 , 405 

Bradley. Michael Moran 361 

Bradner. Rebecca Sue 84, 417 

Bradshaw, John WiUiam . , 393, 395 
Brady, Janice Arlene 177, 346 

Bradv. Jon Perry - . 106, 125, 306 
Brady. Patricia Lee 408 

Bragunier, William Edwin 346,433 
Braine. David Thomas 266, 361 

Brake, George Meiggs 373 

Brake, William Howard 187, 296, 306 

Brame, Cyrus Watson 306 

Bramley, Richard A 162, 346 

Branch, Anne 121 

Branch, Leslie Bernard 402 

Brande, Wendell Simpson 

291, 297, 306 
Brannan, George Thomas 361 

Brannock, James L 361 

Brannock. James Wyatt 361 

Brannon. Vernon Boyd 373 

Branon, R. Frost 53, 62, 77, 136, 346 

Branstrom. John Timothy 374 

Brant. Tom 291 

Brantley, Joseph Marion . 106, 361 

Braswell, Glenn Erwin 361 

Braxton, Maxine Blair 421 



Name Pages 

Bray, Kana Barnes 98, 361 

Brenner, Edward H 170, 361 

Brent, Scott 286 

Brewer, Curtis Claude 361 

Brewer, James Clark 82, 346 

Brewer, James Estes 374 

Brewer, Mary Ann 419 

Brewer, Michael A 346 

Bricklemyer, Eugene C 346 

Bridgers, Lanny B 126, 299, 346 

Bridgford. Dershie B 118.346 

Brietz, John Edwin 136, 306 

Brinkhous, John Robert 374 

Brinkley, Grace Pond 56,306 

Brinkley, Thomas Edwin 306 

Brinn, Anne Winslow 306 

Brinson, F. Edison 374 

Brinson, Elizabeth Faye 177 

Brinton, Edward Buch 362 

Brisson, Jayne Melvin 346 

Britt, Charles Robin 132, 306 

Britt. Gerald Glenn 374 

Britton. George Harrison 362 

Britton. John Andrew 362 

Broadhursl. Sara 113 

Broadway. Glenda Gail 346 

Broadwell. Robert Bruce 307 

Brock, Daniel D 134, 307 

Brock, Floyd Devon 388 

Brock. Frank Acree 106, 346 

Brock, Jimmy Lewis 346 

Brock. Sarah Frances . 108, 307 

Brockmann, Charles Hines . 419 
Brodeur. Richard John 78, 362 

Brody. Edward WiUiam 346 

Brooker, Reginald John 93, 194, 307 

Brooks, Eaton 374 

Brooks. George Jackson 408 

Brooks, Harry Dean 346 

Brooks. John Wayne 433 

Brooks, Thomas E. 130.266,286,346 

Broome. Bette Louise 374 

Broome. Harry Lee 401 

Broome. Henry George 182, 307 

Broome, Hoyle Sidney 78, 374 

Browder, Jasper Eugene 374 

Brown, Barbara Eileen 362 

Brown, Barbara Jean 346 

Brown, Bettv Ruth 194, 346 

Brown. Carter Dennis 408 

Brown. Charles P 160, 346 

Brown. Charles Rav 

94. 95, 98, 103, 307 
Brown. Daniel Elmer 402 

Brown. David Alan 175. 362 

Brown. Eugene Glenn 408 

Brown. Helen Elizabeth 346 

Brown. Henrietta Bo 194 

Brown, Henry G 362 

Brown, Hobson 134, 346 

Brown. James Michael 126. 307 

Brown, James Thomas 388 

Brown. Jane Elizabeth 411 

Brown. Jerrv Samuel 374 

Brown. Jim" 284 

Brown. John Robert 184.307 

Brown. Judith Ann .84, 89, 118, 307 

Brown. Larry 276,277 

Brown. Lyndon Edgar 374 

Brown. Nolan Gray 346 

Brown. Paul Eugene 374 

Brown. Peter Cooper 106 

Brown. Richard Lane 386. 391 

Brown, Richard Melvin 307 

Brown, Robert Michael 405 

Brown. Roger R 411 

Brown, Samuel Ray 307 

Brown, Samuel Weldon 362 

Brown, Sandra Elizabeth . 346 

Brown, Scott Newton 140, 189, 307 

Brown, Thomas Carl 374 

Brown. Thomas Hilton . 374 

Brown, William Barker 126.277,362 
Brown. William Howard . 194, 291 

Brown. William LeJeune 362 

Brown. William Ronald 307 

Brownfield, Barbara Virginia 118, 307 

Browning, Judith Lee 56, 418 

Brownlee, Richard F 374 

Bruce, Dennis Luther 374 

Bruce. Mary Joyce 411 

Bruffey. Vernon Russell .-. ,307 

Bruhwel, Bruce Arthur 346 

Brumley, Alfred Neal 388 

Brune, Beverly Ann 419 

Brunson, Norman Deane . .136, 362 

Brunson. William D 136, 346 

Bruun. Paul M. 362 

Brvan. Charles Walter 374 

Bryan. Harrel Dean 95, 407 

Bryan, John Hugh 362 

Bryan, Marjorie McDaniel 194 

Bryan, Sam Dunn 307 

Brvan. Saundra Leigh 194 

Brvant. Billy Martin 393, 397 

Bryant. Howard M. 396 



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Bryant, Judith L. 71,82,89, 116,307 

Bryant, Kenneth M. 362 

Bryant, Wayne Douglas 30 7 

Bryant, William Dixon 346 

Bryson, Jane Kalips 346 

Bryson. Richard Lilton 362 

Buchanan, David George 374 

Buchanan, Edward H 390 

Buchanan. Joe Earle 374 

Buchanan, John Russell 409 

Buchanan, Robert A 362 

Buchanan. Victor Wayne 346 

Buchlv. Peter Corbett 134, 307 

Bugden, Robert L 132, 307 

Buie, Bradley M 346 

Buie, Lawrence C. 346 

Bulkley, Joel Simpson 55, 374 

Bulkley, Stephen Gerald 362 

Bulla, Walter Spencer 374 

Bullard. Amos Jones 396 

Bullard, Molly Ann 346 

Bullard. William Robert 78, 362 

Bullard, Vaughn Evans 374 

Bullard, Walter Marion 99, 103, 307 

Bullock, Frank William 387, 388 

Bullock, James Garland 362 

Bullock. James Walter 374 

Bullock. Joseph Anthony .. 374 

Bumgarner. Brenda Jean 307 

Bumgardner. David Richard .346 

Bumgardner. Leonard Wilson . 409 

Bunce. Audrey Gayle 346 

Bunce, Bobby Gene 346 

Bunce, Elizabeth Ann 411 

Bunce, Jimmy Odell 374 

Bunch, Jack Webb 307 

Bundy, Norma McKay . 374 

Bundy, Thomas William 190. 346, 433 

Bunn. James A. 71, 362 

Bunn. Turner Battle 172. 346 

Bunte. Louis Edward 374 

Bunton. Ray Lincoln 374 

Burbage, William H 138, 362 

Burbridge. Linda C 108,308 

Burch, Maida 113 

Burch, Margaret Elizabeth 308 

. Burch. William Henry 180, 407 

Burchard, Russell C 374 

Burge, David Everett 374 

Burge. Randy Lester 374 

Burgermaster. Brenda 419 

Burgess. Arthur Harry 362 

Burke. James Otis 402 

Burke. William Richard 400 

Burkette, David Wayne 374 

Burkhalter, George Anton 62, 346 

Burkhardt. Douglas C 308 

Burleson, E. C. 362 

Burleson, Roger Garth 362 

Burleson, William Rowell 401 

Burley, D. Jean 116,416 

Burnette, Betsy Cameron 346, 420 

Burnette, Jerry Carter 397 

Burnham, Joseph S. 362 

Burns, Charles Barrv 362 

Burns. Charles May' 277. 296. 308 
Burns. Clayton Brasington 291, 308 
Burns, Joseph Allen 130, 346 

Burns, Raymond S. 374 

Burns. Richard John 346 

Burns. Robert Henry 346 

Burr. Cathy Ann 418 

Burris. Sara Louise 188. 405. 420 

Burroughs. Constance 416 

Burroughs. Jon Michael . 346 

Burroughs, Malcolm Winston 191, 405 

Burroughs, Paul L 403 

Burroughs, Sylvia Elaine 308 

Burrow, Richard Lee 391 

Burt. Edward Ramsey 82, 346 

Burt, Junior Lloyd 411 

Burton, Lewis M. 362 

Burton. Mylie Justice 411 

Burwell, William Henry 308 

Busby, Julian Goode 374 

Busby, William Jarvis 374 

Bush, Ethel 121 

Butefish. Michael Lee 374 

Butler, Billy Gene 346 

Butler, Bonnie Claire 374 

Butler, George T. 374 

Butler, Gerrie Jane 85, 346 

Butler, Judith Ann 121, 177,346 

Butler, Nancy Elizabeth 

84,93,116,308 

Butler, Pamela Jane 118,308 

Butler, Pat 387 

Butler. Paul Carraway 308 

Butler. Ronald Monroe 150, 308 

Butler, Thomas E. 395 

Butner, Howard Eugene 132, 346 

Butner, Sandra Gail 417 

Butts, Harold Taylor 374 

Bvnum, Edwin C 346 

Byrd, Cronin 291 



Name Pages 

Byrd, James Edward 275, 374 

Byrd, John Thomas 362 

Byrd, Thomas Milton 362 

Byrd, Wade R 391 

byrum, Albert Gaskins 394 

Byrum, James Wesley 362 

Byrum, Thomas Jefferson 362 

Byrum, William Ritchey 346 



Cabe, James 266, 286 

Cafley, Cynhtia Ann . 120, 177, 308 
Caffery, Hannah M. S. . .112, 308 
Cagle, Janet Yvonne 346 

Cagle, Stephen Wayne 374 

Cahoon. John Melvin 374 

Cain, Mary Joyce 374 

Caines, Billy Joe 346 

Calden, Bobby James 374 

Caldwell, Barbara Anne 415 

Caldwell, Bruce 399 

Caldwell, Nancy Elizabeth 112. 308 
Caldwell, Richard Newton 374 

Calhoon. Richard P 189 

Callahan, David Wilson 362 

Callahan, Peter Deppe 106, 308 

Callaway, Hilda Gay .112, 177, 308 

Calmeyer, John Hendrik 194 

Calvert, William Jonathan 362 

Camak, Pascal Swann 397 

Cameron. Harold Harrington . . . .374 

Cameron, John E 180, 407 

Camlin, Sara Louise 56, 418 

Camp, Jeanne Morgan 362 

Camp, Joe Henderson 395 

Camp. William Douglas 187, 362 

Campbell, Charles Robert 374 

Campbell, George Worth 194 

Campbell, John Edward 411 

Campbell. John Kerr 394 

Campbell, William Terrell 374 

Canby, Sarah Ann 115,417,420 

Canille. Dennis 288 

Cansler, Karen Elizabeth 418 

Cantrell, Nancy E 346 

Canull, James Allen 126, 362 

Capel. Martha 75, 409 

Capes. Kenneth Darrell 405 

Caplan. David Alan 82, 99, 308 

Caplan. Harvey Allen 154, 308 

Capps, Gene Thomas 362 

Capps, Judith Dawn 419 

Capps, Sherrill Maynard . 308 

Capps, Thomas Edward 391 

Caputo, Kathryn B 281, 374 

Carabateas, Angela 374 

Cardwell, Richard Craig 362 

Carlin, Arlene Nancy 346 

Carlisle, Deanna Jeane 308 

Carlo, Laura Ann 416 

Carlton, Dean Dunn 308 

Carlton, Garland 292 

Carlton. John PhiUips 388 

Carmichael. Fred 391 

Carnduff. Virginia R 114, 308 

Carnes, Virginia H. 112, 346 

Carney. Woodrow Dennis .308 

Caron. Betty Jane 118,234,416,428 

Carpenter, Flay Gordon 362 

Carpenter, James Robert 374 

Carpenter. William H 362 

Carr, Charles Albert 374 

Carr, George Watts 125, 126, 346 

Carr, James Osbom 346 

Carr, Matthew L 346 

Carr, Robert Lee 409 

Carrere, Mary EUis 119, 346 

Carrier, William Stephen 138, 362 

Carrington, Kenneth 388 

Carrington, Sandra E 114, 308 

Carroll, Barry G 347 

Carroll, Dudley D 189 

Carroll, Larry W 394 

Carroll, John Erwin 362 

Carroll, Philip G 309 

Carroll, William S 138, 347 

Carson, Donald Wayne 374 

Carson. George 78, 362 

Carson. James Holmes 388 

Carson. Neill Mills 374 

Carswell. Helen Janet 417 

Carter, Charles W 362, 408 

Carter, Dewey G- 347 

Carter. John Dandridge 362 

Carter. Joseph Alvin 184, 309 

Carter, Judith 113 

Carter, Linda Lou 421 

Carter, Robert L 75, 291, 297, 374 



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First the clock . . . 

then the plant — 



When a customer bought 100 cigars from the wholesale grocery firm 
of H. Cone & Sons in 1870, he received a handsome clock. Some of these 
clocks are still ticking away. In addition to selling cigars and groceries 
for their father, Moses and Ceasar Cone sold cotton plaids. Seeing a great 
future in fabrics, they started the Cone textile enterprises as a selling 
and commission house in 1891. They built the original manufacturing 
plant in 1896. 




■rfZ^ - i " »1 I PI Fl S f 







What of Cone Mills Today? 



From these small beginnings has come one of the world's 
largest and most progressive textile firms. With 18 plants 
employing almost 13,000 men and women, Cone Mills today 
is the world's largest producer of corduroys, denims and 
flannels. Its modern printing and finishing operations are 
turning out a host of other fashion-right fabrics. Cone 
through its research and development activities is con- 
stantly seeking better ways to make better materials. 



Examples of Cone firsts in this country are the new, popular 
stretch denims and corduroys. 

To maintain its high standards, our company needs 
young people with initiative and intelligence. Cone Mills of- 
fers opportunities in four areas . . . production, administra- 
tion, sales and research. Would you be interested in joining 
such a progressive organization? Write Industrial Relations 
Department, Cone Mills Corporation, Greensboro, N. C. 



CONE MILLS CORPORATION 

"■Where fabrics of tomorrow are woven today." 



EXECUTIVE OFFICES 

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FINISHING PLANTS 

Carlisle & Greenville, S. 0. 
Greensboro & Haw River, N. C. 



MANUFACTURING PLANTS— Avondale, Cliffside, Greensboro, Forest City, 
Salisbury, Pineville, Reidsville, Gibsonville, Haw River and Hillsboro in 
North Carolina. Greenville in South Carolina. 



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Carter, Sidney J. B 374 

Carter, Virginia Pope .57, 414, 415 
Carter, William B. M. . .56, 136, 362 

Carvajal, Juan F 362 

Carver, Charles Brooks 347 

Case, Willard Alan 347 

Cashion, Jerry Clyde 309 

Cashion, John W 374 

Cashwell, Victor Foster 362 

Cason, Edward Todd 182, 309 

Cassels, John Ritch 182. 347 

Cassidy, William F 374 

Castleberry, Lacy Stewart 374 

Cates, Reginald H. 3(i9 

Cathey, James David 374 

Cathey, Kenneth Howard 347 

Cathey, Vivian Lee 107, 347 

Cauble, Lynda Louise , , 188, 404, 405 

Causby, Ernest Nelson 309 

Causey, S. Edwin 362 

Cavenaugh, Edward Lee 411 

Caville. Dennis Lane 362 

Caviness. William Robert 394 

Caylor. John F 362 

Cella. John Robert 401 

Chacey, Franklin B 374 

Chadwell, Leonard 4il 

Chadwick, Dexter Gregory 362 

Chadwick, L. Gordon 

99,102.103.106,309 

Chadwick, Walter Webb 374 

Chalverus, Michael Clark 362 

Chambers. Frances Blackwell - - . 362 

Champney, John Lyman 374 

Chance. Richard Brooks 374 

Chandler. John Edward 347 

Chandler. William James 309 

Chanev. Ann Rita 309 

Chang Sing Pang. Joseph Iran 410, 41 1 
Chanin. Michael Henrv - 79, 170. 362 

Chaplin. Don C 362 

Chapman. Max Carrol 275,374 

Chappell. Robert Thomas 374 

Chatham. Raymond Hunt 76. 156. 347 

Cheats. Vachel Thomas 374 

Cheatham. Elizabeth Parrish 374 

Cheatham, Judy C 347 

Cheek. Jack Allan 128, 347 

Cheek, Jerry Leon 362 

Cherry, Robert L. 347 

Cheshire, Lucius McGehee 391 

Chesnutt. James Alfred 374 

Chesson. Jasper Holt . 394 

Cheves. Keywood Carnell 374 

Chiemiego. Albert Albien 309 

Childress. Sondra Leigh 109. 347 

Chilton. James Benny - .347 

Chinh. Hoang Xuan 410.411 

Chinnis. Charles S. 57. 210. 347 

Chorebanian. Aram Mvron 
Chotiner. David Edward 
Christopher. Donald Wayne 
Christopher. Francis Norman 
Christopher. Linda Lane 
Chryssikos. Telemac Nicholas 
Church. Charles Bumgarner 
Church. George Franklin , . - 

Church. John P 

Churchill. Geoffrey 

Churchill. Joseph Lacy . , .275, 374 
Chused. Paul Leon . 166, 360, 362 

Clackum. James William 374 

Clapp. George William 162, 347 

Clapp, Hubert Bruce 362 

Clapp, Philip Lee 362 

Clark, Elizabeth Blvthe 407 

Clark, James Alexander 309 

Clark, James Milford 93,309 

Clark. Jerry Lee 374 

Clark. Jerry Ralph 362 

Clark. Judith Gates 

65. 70, 106. 108. 309 

Clark, Mary Laverne 115, 347 

Clark, Norwood Graham . . . 152, 347 
Clark, Thomas R. 130, 284, 296, 347 

Clark, William D 362 

Clarke, Charles Lee 140, 309 

Clarke, Ronald Wilson 309 

Claud, Michael Thomas 374 

Clawson, Robert G 79, 309 

Clay, Allen Bowman 182, 309 

Clay, Neal 266 

Clayton, Carol E. 

110, 188,298,299,405 

Clayton, Harvey Millard 362 

Clayton, Haywood 78 

Clayton, Margaret Anne . . 298, 409 

Clayton. Michael Bruce 374 

Clements. J. Larry 374 

Clendenin. Harry E 397 

Cliflford. Locke Turner 148. 347 

Clifton. John Durward 347 

Clinard. Johnson Burns 194 

Cline, Ann Marie 347 

Cline, Emmett Woodrow 362 

Cline, Julius Danny 347 



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374 
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Cline, Wayne Nelson 362 

Clingenpeel, Winfred Judd 374 

dinger, William Spencer 411 

Clodfelter, Nelda Ohvia 77, 309 

Cloninger, John Lester 397 

Cloyd. Franklin Eugene 362 

Cloyes. Edna Leslie 98, 416 

Cly, Jean Frankie 416 

Coan, John David 170,309 

Coats, Leonard Edward 178.408 

Cobb, James Francis . 71,362 

Cobb, James Richard 106, 362 

Cobb, Numa Watt 394 

Cobb. Richard Harper 362 

Cobb. Robert Linah 362 

Coble. Charles Ray 309 

Cochrane. Carol Jean 362 

Cochrane, Richard Boyd 362 

Cocke, Stanley Howland 1 3 S, 292, 362 

Cockerham. Ann Lucile 347 

Coenen. Anne F. K 347 

Cofer. Gilbert Milton 347 

Coffey. Ralph Don 392, 393 

Coflfev. Wiltiam Henry 138. 309 

Coftnian. David Max 391 

Cogdili. Jane Linda 177. 347 

Coghill, James Woods .i74 

Coggin, Duane Gray 362 

Cohen, David L. .189 

Cohen. Irwin Kelman 400 

Cohen. Mel Lenard 166. 347 

Cohn. Richard Jay 170. 362 

Cohoon. Patricia Ann 309 

Coker. Fay Hensley . 347 

Coker. Robert Martin 362 

Cole. Herman Alphonso 388 

Cole. Howard Dunwody 310. 433 

Cole. James Maston 374 

Cole. Penalie Carol 421 

Cole. Richard Francis 411 

Cole. Thomas Phillip 374 

Coleman. Dexter Caswell 374 

Coleman. James Clayton 390 

Coleman, Joseph Edward 374 

Coleman, Majorie Raymond 112, 310 
Coleman, Mary George 504 

Coleman, Nancy lane .112,177,347 

Coleman, Philip Divoll .=62 

Coley. Gordon B. 286. 362 

Coley. Harvey Tuner . . 347 

Coley. Lloyd Franklin 130 

Colison. Margaret Estelle 56. 418 

Collada. Dr. Raymundo 410.411 

Collie. Jay Mack 393.394 

Collier. Hal Franklin . , 402 

Collier, Theodore Joseph 132, 310 

Collins. Christian Curtis 362 

Collins. Earnest Swindell 403 

Collins. Frieda Ann 281,417 

Collins. Ginsie Cecil 50, 70, 310 

Collins. Leslie Gordon 374 

Collins. Rodney Dennis 94. 98. 310 

Collins, Wesley W 82, 347, 430 

Coin, William Gerald 407 

Coltellaro, Rosina A 374 

Colten. David Louis 194. 309 

Coltrain, John Wade 177, 310 

Colvard, Mary Lynda 110, 416 

Combs, Helen Kay 310 

Commander, Jonathan Dudley 

72. 158,362 

Compton, John C 310 

Cone, Benjamin 148, 347 

Cone, Howard McAfee 288, 310 

Cone, Virginia Faye 310 

Congleton, William Charlie 375 

Connell, Ralph E 347 

Connelly, Fred Allen 409 

Conner, Cecil Clair .106,347 

Connor, Ronald Everett 310 

Conrad, Harris William 362 

Conrad, John William 175, 347 

Constantin, Donald Christopher 

136,347 

Cook, Billy Jones 375 

Cook, Briggs Edward 405 

Cook, Charles Russell 362 

Cook, Harold L 375 

Cook, Marshal Lynn 107,177,310 

Cook, Rebecca Ann 71,310 

Cook, Sally Palmer 118.310 

Cook. Wendy Lucilla , 119. 347 

Cooke. Jon David 375 

Cooke. Marianne 417 

Cooke. Mike B. . 126. 277. 347 
Cooler. Henry Paul 310 

Coon. Steven Donald 362 

Cooper. Alfred Braswell 375 

Cooper. Bruce Stephen 87. 88. 347 

Cooper. Charles Earl 69, 310 

Cooper. Marshall Young 134, 310 

Copeland. Donald Lee 400 

Cordell. Thomas McNeill 375 

Cornelius. Willis Van .375 

Cornell. James Fraser 53.82.310 
Cornwell, Timothy 138, 310 



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Corpening, John Paylor . 140 

Corlright, John Allyn 347 

Gotten, Robert Wesley 375 

Couch. Carol Trimble 347 

Couch. Jon William 396 

Couch. Lindon Gregory 347 

Coulter. Clinton Huxlev 51, 61, 310 

Coulter. James C. 184 

Counts. Delrav Sterling 362 

Courtney. Brenda Lea 112, 310 

Courtney. Jessie M 411 

Covert. Edward Martin 375 

Covington, Cathryn Cooper 

84, 118,347 

Cowan, Robert Jenkins 400 

Cowan. Robert Lansing 375 

Cowden. Dudley J 189 

Cowell. Marvin Jason 388 

Cowen. Peter Donnelly 375 

Cowles. Robert 138, 347 

Cowper. Stephen C. 388 

Cox, Bill Dickev 347 

Cox, Bobby ' 291,297 

Cox, Charles Lindbergh 411 

Cox, Colleen Elizabeth 107,310 

Cox, Elizabeth Blair 281,418 

Cox, George Wheeler 403 

Cox, John Randy 347 

Cox, Milford 291,297 

Cox, Richard Larry 405 

Cox, Terry Gene 375 

Cozart, Bucky Wayne 362 

Cozart, Thomas Morris .375 

Cozart, William Taft 266.310 

Craft. James Hord 375 

Craig, Barbara Copeland .115, 347 

Craig. Barry 82, 83 

Craig, Isaac Alan 347 

Craig, Joe 275 

Craig, John Wesley 375 

Craig, Michael Fulton 362 

Craig, Rebecca Leech . .116, 177, 310 

Crampton, Guy Clark 375 

Crane, David John 132 

Cranfill, Paul Lennon 347 

Cranford, Delbert Marvin 409 

Cranford, Samuel Davis 150. 362 

Crates. Robert Cameron 

.101.102,103,134,311 
Craven, Donald Baxter 106.311 

Craven, James Braxton 347 

Craver, Joe M. 

150,266,267,292,297,311 

Craver, Richard Davidson 150, 347 

Craver, Samuel Mock 311 

Crawford, David Palmer 148, 347 

Crawford, Ehzabeth McAshan 

113,347 

Crawford, Emerson G. 363 

Crawford, James Matthew 375 

Crawford, Jan Johnston 375 

Crawford, John Robert 403 

Crawford, Kenneth L 411 

Crawley, Donald Walter 106, 311 

Crawley, Jack Benjamin 375 

Crawley, William Justis 347 

Creal, Richard Edward 375 

Credle, Joseph Bernard 403 Dav 

Creech. Donald R 363 Dav 

Creech. Katherine Spach 88, 116, 311 Dav 

Creech, Laten Lewis 375 Dav 

Creem. Timothy John 363 Dav 

Cregar. Daniel U 395 Dav 

Creveling. William Sloan . .288. 363 Dav 
Cribbin, Thomas Michael ... 148, 347 Dav 

Crissman, Bobby Winfred 375 Davi 

Crissman, Patricia Ann 98, 347 Dav 

Crist, Takey 402 Dav: 

Criswell, William Thomas Davi 

65,72,77. 126. 311 Dav 

Crocker. Joseph Melville 347 Dav 

Cromartie. Luther Martin 375 

Cromartie. Robert Samuel 375 

Cronenburg. Allen Thomson 194 

Crook. Robert Murphv 363 

Croom. Bill ' 284,296 

Croom, Connie Piatt 418 

Croom. Frederick Hailey 150. 31 1 

Croom. Lee Page 74. 109, 347 

Croom, Rebecca Anne 109, 347 Dav 

Crotts, Charles Cline 375 Davi 

Crotts, Everett Bowers 396 Davi 

Crow, Harry Bennett 375 Dav: 

Crow, Susan Rhodes 67, 114, 311 Dav 

Crowder, Alvin Floyd 363 Dav: 

Crowder. Ronald Lewis 375 Davi 

Crowell, James Frank 311 Davi 

Crowgey. Henry G. 347 

Crumley. Charles Edwin 375 Dav: 

Crump. Sara Macrae 347 Dav: 

Grumpier. Marv Jayne 416 Davi 

Grumpier. Walter Maxton 347 Davi 

Crutchfield. William Monroe .403 

Culbertson. James B 408 Davi 

Culbertson. Robert Barber 375 Davi 

Cullen. Sarah Dehon 89, 311 Davi 



Culler, Nancy Evelyn 115, 347 

Culp, Robert William 375 

Culpepper, Anthony Andrew .363 

Cummings, Thomas Ernest 106, 311 

Cunningham, Billy 277 

Cunningham, Donald Edward . 375 
Cunningham, Robert Ervin 

187, 194,311 

Cunningham, Ronald Owen -391 

Cunningham, William Enloe .311 

Curl, Andrew Benson 347 

Currie, John Lauchlin 

70,71, 128,347 

Curry, Beth 112,347 

Curry, Jerry S 347 

Curry, Roy Lee 401 

Curtis, Barbara Jenene 419 

Curtis, Cecelia Anne 421 

Curtis, George Wilbur 363 

Curtis, Leroy Franklin 363 

Curtis, Nelson George 126, 311 

Cushman, Charles Whitacre 347 



Dahan, Mark 166, 286, 347 

Dahle, David Elliott 363 

Dail. Rodney Lee 375 

Dail. Thomas Edward 375 

Dailey, George James 375 

Daland. David Norton 375 

Dallas. Garland Sanford 347 

Dalton. Gary Jeffrey 55, 311 

Dalton, John W 347, 400 

Dalton, Sandra Kaye 421 

Daly, Christopher Joseph 347 

D'Amore. Joseph P. 311 

Dampier, Bobby Hugh 348 

Dana, Thomas W 348 

Daniel, James Marshall 375 

Daniel, Thomas Arthur 348 

Daniel, Van W 82,363 

Daniel, Victor Wayne 363 

Danielson. Madeline Faith 311 

Dannemann. Stanley William 132, 363 

Dansby, David M 390 

Dantzler, David H 363 

Darnall, Bill 275 

Darr, Deanna Evelyn 417 

Dashiell, Frederick Knowles 

67, 134,311 

Daugherty, Joseph Kenneth 375 

Daugherly, Thomas Alexander 

282, 375 

Daughtridge. Alvin Williford 152,311 
Daughtridgc. Mollie Mont 179,311 
Davenport, Anthony 98, 103, 311 

Davenport, Donald Frank 375 

Davenport, Jeanette L 348 

Davenport, Paul S 311 

dson, Andrew 363 

dson, Arthur Owen 363 

dson, Dianne Ellen 375 

s, Ann Lynn 375 

s, Archie 67, 71 

s, Beverly Alice 116 

s, Carl Stephen 375 

s, Clyde Edwin 363 

s. Cutter 286 

s, Dave McAlister 400 

s, Dorothea Eder 411 

s, Geoffrey Brian 348 

s, George P 391 

, Gregory M 375 

s, Harry Lawrence 363 

s, Harry Petar 363 

s, Herbert Crippan 311 

s, James Steven 363 

s, Jefferson Bryan 375 

s. Terry Carl 375 

s, Jerrv Dale 375 

s. John Mason 375 

s. John Richard 375 

s, John William 375 

s, Joseph D 405 

s. Joseph Leon 180, 405 

s, Julia Watson 84, 399, 416 

s, Lucinda Knight 120, 312 

s, Marvin Lee 375 

s, Monty Carroll 182, 312 

Nancy Kay 108. 348 

is. Nelson Park 403 

. Norman McBrayer 348 

s, Paul Benning 375 

. Ralph Eric 363 

. Rebecca Anne 177, 312 

s, Robert Carlton 375 

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Davis, Roger Wayne 140, 348 

Davis, Ronald Harry 391 

Davis, Spencer C 375 

Davis, Thomas Fitzgerald 348 

Davis. William Allison 

69, 75. 134, 348 

Davis, WUUam E. 57, 69, 71. 80, 363 

Davis. William Glenn 394 

Dawson, Claude Edward - - 175, 348 

Dawson, Janet Eileen 114, 312 

Dawson, Leonard Hugh 411 

Dawson. Patricia Anne 415 

Day, Donald Groff 363 

Day. Douglas C 312 

Day, Harry Frederick 312 

Deadwyler, Charles Robert 405 

Deadwyler. Mary Jane 348 

Deal. Alvena Rebecca 109, 363 

Deal, David Vernon 363 

Deal. Douglas Wayne 375 

Deal. Judith Belinda 415 

Deal, William Brown 399. 400 

Dean. Burton Harvey 189 

Dean, Nathan Wesley . , .78, 162, 312 

Dean. Robert Floyd 312 

Dean. Wiliard Lawrence 348 

Deane. Ormonde Catherine 312 

Dearing. Albert G. 348 

Dearing. Lin 83 

Dearing, Perino M. 98, 312 

DeArmon, John Adams 363 

Deaton. Freida Ann 419 

Deaton. Philip Carl 403 

Deaton. William Edward 312 

Deaver. Bobby G. 387, 388 

DeBarger, David M. 375 

DeBruhl, Max Woodrow , , 275, 375 

Decker, Clifford Earl 312 

Dellinger. Jerry Craig 348 

Dellinger, Susan 106 

Dellinger. Walter 80 

Dellilio. Len 291 

Denlinger. Bob 275 

DeLung. Harrv 54. 69. 70 

Delves, Joan Celeste 114.312 

Denning. Larry Edward .178. 191,405 

Dennis. Bill 394 

Dennis. Stephen Neal 52, 56, 76, 363 

Denny, Dwight Douglas 375 

Denton. Ed 82 

Denton. Fred WiUiam 312 

Derby. William Jay 375 

Derr. Dailey Jonathan 69, 75. 348 

Devereux. James Lawrence 397 

Devine. Foy Roberson 126. 348 

Dewar. Larry Smith 312 

Deyton. Charles Edward 178, 407 

Dial, Diana 81, 112, 312 

Dickens, Linda Gray 421 

Dickerson, James Claud 375 

Dickinson, Kenneth D 106, 312 

Dickson, George Waitt 348 

Dickson, Nancy C 312 

DiCostanzo. Alan Dewey 375 

DiCostanzo. Gloria 194. 312 

Diehl. Anne Marie 110.177,312 

Diefenhofer, Paulette Dianne 363 

Dillashaw. Ames Mack .70.138.312 

Dillon. Thomas Alexander 375 

Dinero. Thomas Edward 348 

Dingeldein, George Peter .375 

Dinsmoor. James Denton 312 

Dinsmore. Jay Winifrid 57. 82, 83, 312 

Dixon, Clarence Neil 186, 312 

Dixon, Kent Hooker 87, 128. 348 

Dixon. Marion M 348 

Dixon. Richard D. S. 391 

Dixon. Virginia Lee 114.313 

Dixon, Wallace Wade 363 

Dovle, Richard deYaris 375 

Dobson. Richard Donald 363 

Dockery. Brenda Gale 418 

Doctor. Michael Stewart . . 348. 433 

Dodd. Roger 348 

Donahue. Paul Langdon 132. 348 

Dotson, Bernard Earl 375 

Dotson. Sandy 85 

Dougerty. David Daniel 375 

Dougherty, Dennis W 313 

Dougherty, Glen Noble 348 

Doughten, Richard Merrill 402 

Doughton. Walter Lee 348 

Douglas, Robert Dick 150, 363 

Douglas. Samuel Preston 390 

Dove. Selma Smight 348 

Dowdy. Jerry Lee 375 

Dowell. William Thatcher 363 

Downey, Bruce Johnson . 172, 363 

Downing, Diane Alice 348 

Downing, Eddie Converse 375 

Downton, Charles Edwards 375 

Doyle. George Wright 78. 375 

Doyle. John 282 

Drake. Henry Ashley . . 411 

Drake. James Edwin 82. 190, 348 



Name Pages 

Drake, William C 375 

Drennan, Doroghty Sue 115,281,348 

Drennen. Margaret Penelope 313 

Drinkard, Joel Flood 363 

Drinkwater, Diana 348 

Drum, Blair 71 

Drum, Norris Holland 313 

Dubis, Michael John 275, 375 

DuBose, Arley Thompson 411 

Dubue, Russell Guy 363 

Duckworth, William Clyde 363 

Duff. WiUiam Erskine 106, 363 

Duggins, James Nathan 363 

DuMontier, Valerie Louise 348 

Dunca, Kathryn Leah 416 

Dunham, Robert Jay 375 

Dunham. Wally 266 

Dunivant. Jill E. 375 

Dunkley. Kenneth Maclolm 363 

Dunlap. Charles Cornell 363 

Dunlop. Benjamin Emerson 400 

Dunlevie, Malcolm Ward 375 

Dunlevy. Harvey Risher 348 

Dunn. Charles Edward 375 

Dunn. Clarence A 400 

Dunn, Jack Delbridge 348 

Dunn. John Leo 375 

Dunn. John Raymond .395 

Dunn. Richard Lee 194.313 

Dunn. Thomas Parker 375 

Dunnegan. Clifton Pershing 348 

DuPalevich. Phil Paul 363 

Dupree. Edwin Norman 

55,168.299.313 
DuPuy. Nancv Lee 89.106.114.313 
Durand. Harry Whitney 80. 106. 348 

Durham. Francis Marian 375 

Durham. George W. 348 

Durham. Woody Lombard! 175. 313 
Durston. James Shields 158. 363 

Dulton. James Robert 184. 348 

Dutton. Lois Ann 411 

Duval. Lvnn Niven .313 

Dworin. "Elliott Matthew 282. 286. 363 
Dykstra. John E. 189. 283. 297 



Eager, Howard Lloyd 348 

Eagle. James Carr 397 

Eagles. Margaret Joanne 

72.111.177.313 
Eagleton. Hugh Edward . 275, 375 

Eakes, Virginia 418 

Eanes, Samuel Kellam 348 

Earle, Nancy C. 107,313 

Earls, Edward James 313 

Early, Christie Ellen 409 

Earnhardt. James Frederick 399. 401 

Earp. Daniel Hugh 313 

Earp. Joe Thomas 396 

Easkold, Barbara Hope 417 

Eason, Alton Paul 363 

Eason, James Lawrence 126, 266, 348 

Eason, Jeffrey Wayne 375 

Eason, Walter Gerald 408 

Eason. William C 348 

Eason. Barbara 435 

Eatman. Edward Laughtin 375 

Echols. William Richard 138, 348 

Eckardt, Jo Ann 313 

Eckoldt. Alexander L 194 

Eckstein, Margaret Ann 348 

Economon, Wayne N. 348 

Eddings, Tally H 402 

Eddv, Virginia 418 

Edenfield, Ellen Ann 107, 348 

Edgar. Rosemary Ethel 313 

Edge. Jerry Thomas 375 

Edge. Junior 266, 297 

Edgerton. Clyde C 375 

Edgerton. Robert Cregg 375 

Edmisten. Rufus L. 68, 313 

Edmister. Russell S. 375 

Edmond. Paul Frederick . . .184, 313 

Edmonds, Robert Davis 375 

Edmundson, James Joyner 348 

Edwards, Daniel H 348 

Edwards, David Lincoln 348 

Edwards, David Phillip 375 

Edwards, David Wiliard 376 

Edwards, Elbert Edwin 69, 126, 363 
Edwards, Elva Drake 115, 348 
Edwards, Glenn Howard . , 363 
Edwards. Herbert Jackson 348 



Name Pages 

Edwards. Joan H. 376 

Edwards, Joe Allen .376 

Edwards, Kenneth Cunningham 376 

Edwards, Larry David 363 

Edwards. Ralph Thomas 348 

Edwards. Richard E. 70. 87, 363 

Edwards, Robert Leon 391 

Edwards, Robert Wayne 363 

Edwards, Robert Wesley 178, 407 

Edwards, Sam Bingham 348 

Edwards, Ted Willis 376 

Edwards, William 275 

Efird. Mary Elizabeth 108.177.313 
Egenes. Charlotte 111 

Eggleston. Tony Edward 142. 348 

Ehrhardt. Helen Craig 112. 348 

Ehrhart, Lawrence Albert 376 

Eichberg. John 291 

Eidson. Kenneth Haywood 348 

Eisenband. Arthur 376 

Eisenberg. Randall Bentlev 376 

Eizenstat. Stuart Elliot 170. 348 

Elam. Julia Ann 177.313 

Flam. Susan Hall no 

Elden. Leonard Lord 363 

Elledge, Carol June 415 

Filer. Revis Radford 408 

Filer. William David 275. 36t 

Ellington. Stewart Lane 71. 126. 363 
Elliott, Balaam Thalphonza 402 

Elliott, James Lauriston 376 

Elliott. Linda Lou 348 

Elliott. William Thomas 363 

Ellis, Benjamin Thomas 313 

Ellis. Dick 68.69 

Ellis. Helen Martha 348 

Ellis. Jerry Lamar 93, 313 

Ellis. Robert Earl 376 

Ellis. Steven Paul 376 

Ellis. William G. 348 

Elmore. Gustavia Louise 411 

Elmore. Rebecca Harrison 114.313 
EIrod. Charles Ellison 124. 140. 363 

Emerson. Robert S 132. 348 

Emory, John Burke 376 

Emory, William Brooks 125, 348 

England. George Frederick 313 

England, Marilyn Patricia . 177.348 
Engle. Frederick Leon 314 

Engler. Robert Louis 376 

English. Jack Moorman 314 

Ennis. Gay Nell 177. 348 

Ennis. George William 376 

Ennis, Lillian Sandra 363 

Ennis. Myron H. 394 

Enos. Alanson Trask 156, 348 

Eniwistle, James Marshall 376 

Ephland, Charlie 275 

Epstein. Kathryn 363 

Epton. Loren Wall 363 

Ericson. Charles Stanley 314 

Erickson. Susan Marie 98. 348 

Ershad, Parmis . . 410 411 

Erlel. Paul Alan 314 

Erwin, Daniel Thompson 363 

Esber. Henry 410, 411 

Eskridgc. Anne 121,344 

Eskridge. Elbert Stanford 363 

Eskridge. Joseph D. 363 

Esmeier, Bonnie Gail . . 107. 348 
Esposito, Vic 266,296 

Estes, Douglas Edwin . 376 

Estes. Melvin Joseph 275. 376 

Estridge. James Clayton 348 

Ethridge. Randal Bennett 348 

Etherington. Burton H 376 

Ettman. James K. 348 

Eubanks. Carolyn L. 363 

Eudy. Clint 266 

Eudy. Joyce Elaine 415 

Eure. Betty Lind 348 

Eure. Charles Allan 190. 314 

Eure. Darden Johnson 396 

Fury. Douglas Edward 98. 103, 314 

Evans. Carl Chrisman 376 

Evans. Charles E 405 

Evans. David Arnold 314 

Evans. Earl S 348 

Evans. Elwyn Kim 376 

Evans. George Albert 99, 103, 126, 314 

Evans. G. Marlin 189 

Evans, Hoyt Ray 376 

Evans, Jerry Lynn 363 

Evans, Richard Henderson 146. 397 

Evans. William C. 391 

Everett. Alpheous Kern 376 

Everett. Grover Woodrow 194 

Everett. Rett 285 

Everson. John Henry 314 

Everhart. Koyt Woodworth 376 

Exum. Joe 376 



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Fagg. Dona Lynn 348 

Fagge, Wade Douglas 184, 314 

Faint, Arthur John 136, 348 

Fairchild, Albert Edmondson 

93, 156,348 

Faircloth, Eugene Gray 376 

Faircloth, John Walter 376 

Faison, John Ray. Jr. 348 

Faison, Ozie Trevor, Jr 376 

Falls, Ralph Holland, Jr 390 

Falls, Richard Eugene 376 

Fambrough, Douglas Mcintosh, Jr. 

74,146,194,314 

Farm, Paul Douglas 376 

Farmer, Jean Warren 188, 408 

Farmer, Jeanne E 118, 348 

Farnham. Sutton Burns 314 

Farquhar, Mary Allan 

88.112,177,314 

Farr. Kate Robinson 71, 88, 114, 314 

Farrand, Sally Ann 411 

Farrar. Joseph Webb 396 

Farrior, Edward Milton, Jr. 140, 314 

Farrior, Julian Wade 376 

Farrior. Pete 291 

Harris. ShireU Allen 314 

Farthing. Donald K 61, 349 

Fassler. Paul Arthur 376 

Faunce. John Henry 94. 98, 314 

Faust. Christine Jane 419 

Fayed. Dorothy 415 

Fearing, Fred Alston 391 

Fearon. William Burgess . . .134, 349 

Feder. Jeffrey Henry 376 

Feezor. Billy Stokes, Jr 363 

Feher. David Terry 376 

Fellman. Richie 266 

Feingold. William Steven 376 

Ferguson. Betty 106, 116 

Ferguson. Carl Grant 363 

Ferguson. Charles Marvin 

95.98. 103.282.314 

Ferguson. Colin Carruthers 376 

Ferguson, Darrell Cox 150, 349 

Ferguson. Garth Michele 349 

Ferguson. Phyllis Helen 419 

Ferikes. Helen Rachel 376 

Ferlazzo. Philip Anthony 394 

Fernandez. Encarnation 411 

Ferrell. J. S 387 

Ferrell, Thomas Byron 376 

Ferris. Margaret Jan 376 

Fesperman. William Edward . 175, 363 
Fichthorn. Luke Eberly. HI 132, 314 

Ficklen, Louis Stuart 376 

Field, Gilbert C 349 

Field, Hyman Harrison 349 

Field, Nora Rooche 109, 349 

Field, Russell Porter 376 

Filsoof. Adel Alan 314 

Finch. Charles Wilfred 376 

Finch. George W.. Jr. 363 

Finch. William Curtis. Jr 376 

Fine. Larry Gerald . 67. 73. 80, 314 
Finger, Richard Brvan. Jr. 51, 314 

Finison. James Holt. Jr. 175. 314 

Fink. Christopher Boles 349 

Fish. Homer Vance 376 

Fish. Robert Gerard, Jr. 349 

Fishel, Carol Genet 363 

Fisher, Aloma Mae 376 

Fisher, Earl Elliott, Jr 401 

Fisher, Gerald Michael 363 

Fisher. Henry McKinnon ... .72. 314 

Fisher. Jerry 315 

Fisher, John Lewis. Jr. 187, 349 

Fisher, Kaja Marie 349 

Fisher. Martha Little 349 

Fisher. Patricia Diane 419 

Fisher. Stanley Groth, Jr 376 

Fisher. Thomas Grantham 363 

Fishman. Joel Peter 363 

Fishman. Lee 166.315 

Fitch. Betsy Anne 67, 108, 315 

Fitzgerald, Thomas 194 

Fitzpatrick. James F.. Ill 51. 315 

Fitz-Simons. Gordon Motte 376 

Flanagan, Michael Perkins 376 

Flanagan, Patricia Ann 349 

Fleetwood, Wilson Clarence 390 

Fleisher. Leslie Allen 363 

Fleming. Charlie Richard ... 126. 363 

Fleming. Henry Davis. Jr 376 

Fleming. Joan Louise 421 

Fleming. Richard Eddington 349 

Fletcher. David Albert 140 

Fletcher. Frank W., Jr 134, 349 

Fletcher, Mary Kay 415 

Fletcher. John Stuart. II 390 

Flinn. Henry I.. HI 363 

Flournoy. Ann Doyle 315 

Flournoy. Henry Wamock .150.349 



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Flournoy. John F. 150.266,315 

Floyd, Joe S. 189 

Floyd, Sonja Lee 56,349 

Fluet, Joseph Emile 136. 363 

Flye, Melvyn Wavne 67.71,132.349 
Flynt, WiUiam Thomas 315 

Fobert. William David, Jr. 349 

Fodel, Lillian Elaine 408 

Fogel, Sheldon Leslie 391 

Fogleman, PhvUis Anne 177,315 

Foill, Kitty Wells 71, 119, 349 

Fokkens, Richard 391 

Foley, Peter Allen 391 

Folger, Worth Barnard. Jr. 363 

Folk. Mike 286 

Follin, Claire L. 113 

Follin, Marion Gcddings 128. 349 

Forbes. Isa Marie 376 

Ford, Charles Ellis, Jr. 376 

Ford, Dale Norris 376 

Ford, Larry Martin 376 

Forloines, George Andrew, Jr. . .349 

Forman. George Hamilton 390 

Forrester. Roy Lane. II 349 

Forster. David Chapman 376 

Forsyth, Jane M. , 1 14, 349 

Forsyth, Tara 107,349 

Fortune, Lawrence Albert, Jr. 376 

Forum, Richard Burton 376 

Foscue, Henrv Armfield. Jr. 

■ 134.286. 315 

Foster. Betty 411 

Foster. Judith Ann 315 

Foster. Michael David 349 

Foster. Ronnie Allen - 376 

Foster. William Lee 180.408 

Fountain, Alvin Marcus. II 376 

Fountain. Donna Gene 349 

Fountain. Reginald Morton. Jr. 391 
Fountain. Stuart Burton 396 

Fountain, Theodore Turner 349 

Foushee, Mary Elizabeth 418 

Foushee, Roger . 78 

Fowler, Clarence Woods, Jr 376 

Fowler, Dan Madison 363 

Fowler, Darl Leonard 390 

Fowler, James Nelson 376 

Fowler, Peter Ritchie 72,349,433 
Fowler, Richard Leon 56,315 

Fowler, Sylvia Lou 315 

Fowler, Wesley C. Jr 403 

Fox, Dennis Bryan, Jr. 363 

Fox, Janice Kay 418 

Fox. Joan Marguerite 421 

Fox, John Birkhead 401 

Fox, John William. Jr 376 

Fox, Kathryn Scollard 349 

Fox, Linda Ann 418 

Fox, Watson Stoessel. Jr. 

97,98, 175. 315 

Foxx. Thomas Allen 363 

Foxworth. Robert B. 194 

Foy, Henry Grattan 124. 146, 349 

Frady, Dee 291 

Fraley, Jonathan David, Jr. 194. 315 
Francis. Thomas Donald 391 

Frank, Barbara Ann 376 

Frank, James Thomas , - 315 

Frankel, Marty R. 170, 363 

Franklin. E. Thomas. Jr 376 

Franklin. Judson Boiling 376 

Franks. Robert Berry . 363 

Fraser, Georgia 116, 177, 315 

Frazier, Callie Joan 120. 315 

Frazier, Michael Anthony 376 

Freas. John Morgan 363 

Frederick. Hailey Croom 194 

Frederick, Randolph Anderson. Jr. 

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Freedland. Martin Berke 51.315 

Freedle. Paul Douglas 184,315,391 
Freeland, Jamie Monk . 166. 315 

Freeman, Claude Quarterman 

71, 172. 363 
Freeman. Douglas Garland. Jr. 363 
Freeman. James Alexander 315 

Freeman. Numa Franklin. Jr. 

51, 178,407 

Freiberg, Allen Charles 376 

French, Berry Godwin, Jr. 376 

Freund, William Harold 315 

Frey, David Gardner 172, 349 

Fricks, Dorothv L 411 

Friedburg, Joe 387 

Frieder, Judy Morris 349 

Friedman, David Sandor 349 

Friedman. Ronald Michael . 175. 349 
Frith, Richard Wayne 349 

Fritz, Luke 266 

Froment, Jeanne A 315 

Froneberger, John D 363 

Fry, Charles Thomas 376 

Fry, Richard M 411 

Frye, Miriam Kathryn 107, 315 

Frye. Robert Morris 363 

Frye, Steven Raleigh 349 



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Frve. Thomas Lawrence 376 

Fulghum. Ernest Gerald 94,98,316 

Fulk. Clyde Oliver 363 

Fulk. Daniel Kaye 376 

Fulk. Robert V., Jr 399, 402 

Fuller. Carl Clifford, Jr 349 

Fuller. David Allan 316 

Fuller. Edwin Rudolph. Jr. 364 

Fuller. John Dwight 124. 126. 364 

Fuller. William Brvan 71. 134.349 
Fuller. William Hugh. Jr. 178, 405 

Fullerwood, James Roy 82, 364 

Furches, Henry Clay 364 

Furches, Mary Susan -418 

Furr, Charles Franklin 124. 162. 349 
Furr. Kenneth Ray 102. 364 

Furr. Troy Jerome. Jr. 316 



Gaber. Mark J. . 75. 349 

Gabriel. Don Alexander 364 

Gabriel. Ronald Lee 54.187.316 

Gaddy, Hilda Bowman 349 

Gahar. Jean Pipkin 411 

Gaines. Holland Carl 376 

Gailher. Laura Elliott 408 

Gakstatter. Jack Henry 411 

Galantai. Billv 277 

Gall. William Ross . . 349 

Gallagher. Dennis Francis 98, 266, 316 
Gallagher. Edgar Givens 402 

Gallagher. Frederic Mercer 130. 316 
Gallagher, J. Michael 400 

Gallagher. Jim 266 

Galloway. Don Adrian 349 

Galloway. John Lawrence 349 

Gamble. John Harlev 349 

Gamble. William Stephen 376 

Gambill, Jerrv Martin .391 

Gambill, Joe Alan 391 

Ganderson, Alan Philip 75. 166. 364 
Gans. Edgar Hilary 316 

Ganson. Beverly Loughrey 118.349 
Ganus. John W. 376 

Gardiner. Paul Stewart 376 

Gardner. Lannie Eugenia 119. 349 

Gardner. Lawrence Lee 349 

Gardner. Saundy H. 418 

Gardner. Thomas Hamilton 349 

Garner. Howard Glenn 194, 316 

Garner. Joe Cranton 316 

Garner. Kathleen Ann 417 

Garner. Kenneth Clester 376 

Garner. Larry Levis . 376 

Garnett. Brooks G. 67. 69. 316 

Garnett. David 53. 349 

Garrabrant. Edgar Cornelius 146. 403 
Garrard, Gardiner Wingfield 

124. 134. 349 

Garred. Lee Ann 376 

Garrett. Clara Steele 349 

Garrett. Judith Finch 109. 349 

Garrick. Barney 275 

Garris. Ermon Eugene , 316 

Garris. John Marshall 187. 286. 364 
Garrison. Charles Edwin 187, 349 

Garrison, John Edward 376 

Garrison, Kenneth B 376 

Garrison. Stephen L 349 

Gaster, Roy Rosser 376 

Gates, Joseph Braxton 364 

Gates. Joseph Thomas ... 364 

Gathings. Thomas DeWeese 364 

Gawen. Perry Fowler 182,316 

Gay. Williford Waddell 376 

Gebeaux. Robert Joseph 376 

Geer. Ronnie Michael 407 

Gehring. John Edward 364 

Geitner. Clement 316 

Gelber. Harold E. 170.316 

Gelberman. Richard Hugh 56. 166, 364 
Gentle. James Eddie . 364 

Gentry. James E. ... 376 

Gentry, Kathryn Rose 418 

Gentry, O. Louis 316 

George, Claude S. 189 

George. Michael James 187. 194. 316 
George. Paul Chrest 316 

Gerdes, Phillip E. 390 

Gerock. Henry Walter 316,400 

Gertz, Alan S 166, 364 

Gettman, Elaine 415 

Gibbs, Martha Louise 349 

Gibbs, Mary Alice 349 

Gibson, Aimee A 109, 349 

Gibson, Herbert 316 



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Gibson, Robert C 403 

Gibson, Robert W. 349 

Gikow. Lewis Abbott 166. 281, 349 

Gilbert, Bonn Arthur 130 

Gilbert, James Dean 376 

Gilbert, Jerry Dalton 316 

Gilbert, Michael Hildrelh 1.30,316 

Gilbert, Richard S 349 

Gilbert, Sandra Jean 409 

Giles, James Billy 349 

Giles, Marvin M , , 124 

Giles, Roy A 316 

GUlette. Paul Crawford 152, 349 

Gilliam Hannah 113 

Gilliam. Thomas Alfred 391 

Gilliland. William Ralph 316 

Gillis. Dan Edward 316 

Gillis. David Black 401 

Gilmore. Algie Gaston 376 

Gilmore, Stella Florence 418 

Gilroy, Mary Elizabeth ,116,317 
Gins, Richard Harold 166.349 

Girhng, Rowland Lea 130, 364 

Gischel, Gary Caston 349 

Glace, Kenneth William 349 

Gladstein. Michael Jay . . 364 
Glanckopf, Annette Louise 317 

Glass, Saragene Marie 408 

Glenn. James Kirk 364 

Glenn. Martha Cole 76. 1 16. 317 

Glenn, Robert Galloway 349 

Glisson, James Miller 376 

Glover. Gave Bedford 109. 349 

Glymph. Thomas Walton 349 

Goddard, Mary Margaret 317 

Godfrey, Michael Arthur , .126, 317 
Godwin, Howard Gibson 71.376 

Goff, Daley 399 

Goff. Rowland Daley 400 

Goforth, James Paul 317 

Goforth, Joe Neil 376 

Goforth, Linda Gail 408 

Goin. James Richard 376 

Goins. Frances 317 

Goldberg. Linda Ruth 377 

Goldberrv. Peter Irwin 154. 317 

Goldblatt. Myron Everett . . , 158. 317 
Golby. Eric Alan 182. 349 

Golden. Terry Donald 166,190,349 
Golden. Tom 275 

Goldklang. Howard A 154,317 

Goldman. Edward Davis 166. 364 

Goldman. Richard Allen 377 

Goldsmith. Alan M. 349 

Goldstein. Michael D 377 

Gonzalez. Peter William ... 377 

Gooch, William Harris 177, 317 

Good, Earl Williamson 364 

Goode, David John 194 

Goode, Eugene Thornton 411 

Goode, Michael Kelly 349 

Gouding. Carl Whitney 136. 364 

Goodman. Benjamin M. 400 

Goodman. Edward G. 349 

Goodman. Eugene Leah 349 

Goodman. Genie 85 

Goodman. Joseph H. 377 

Goodman. William Charles 175. .349 
Goodson. John Phillip 400 

Goodwin, Cleon Walton 364. 433 

Goodwin. Eleanor Pauline 

, 72. 120. 317 

Goodwin. Richard H. 364 

Goodwin. Willie Parker 364 

Goodykoontz, Nancy Williams 

88, 112, 317 

Gordon, Britton Lawrence . 377 

Gordon, Howard F 154, 317 

Gordon, James Edward 377 

Gordon, James Robert 390 

Gordon. Phillip Ralph 170. 317 

Gordon. Susan Sessions 1 19. 350 

Gore, Lucian Forrest 377 

Gorham, Alonzo Dumay 398 

Gorha, James Samuel 364 

Gorman, Richard Forbes 132. 397 

Gorsuch, Norman Clifford 350 

Goss, Bennie L. 184, 317 

Gosselin, Richard Leon 350 

Gouger, Nancy Lou 350 

Gould, John William 99, 317 

Gould. Nathaniel Jay 390 

Grabs. Omnie Omilv 405 

Graham, Charles P. 402 

Graham. Edward Norman 93. 103. 317 
Graham. Gerald Davis 377 

Graham. Ivey Daniels 350 

Graham, Walter Raleigh 377 

Graham, William Albert 77. 283. 364 
Graham, William Alexander 364 

Graham, Willard J. 189 

Grant. Carroll Bvron 364 

Grant, Hugh Judd 377 



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Grant, Thomas Waters 317 

Grantt, Alexander Peter 377 

Grasty, Thomas P 158, 317 

Graves, Richard Michael 350 

Gray, Allan W 156, 350 

Gray. Carroll Lee 403 

Gray. Cyrus Leighton 403 

Gray. Frank Christian 391 

Gray. James Charles 136. 364 

Gray, James Eber 364 

Gray, Judy 77 

Gray, Kathryn M 116, 350 

Gray, Richard A 409 

Gray, Robert D 134, 350 

Gray, Ruby Jeanetie 177,317 

Gredeli, Gary Wavne 364 

Green, Forrest Benedict 317 

Green, Henry Edward . 377 

Green. Mary Clare 416 

Greenamyer. Richard Doyle 377 

Greenberg, Mark Lee 317 

Greenberg. Stephen Neil 364 

Greene. Bruce BrianI 

95. 97. 98. 266. 317 
Greene. Bruce Elon 318 

Greene. Duff Surgent 

95.96.98.266,296,318 
Greene. Eleanor Anna 350 

Greene. James Verdery 282. 364 

Greene. Jerrv Wavne 152. 190. 318 
Greene. Miriam Jane 188. 405. 408 
Greene. Rebecca Jolene . 115, 350 
Greeson. Michael Ralph 78, 377 

Greeson. Robert Dovie 

63.175.299,318 
Gregory, Augustus M. 134. 350 

Gregory, Barbara Jane -84, 177, 350 

Gregory, Leroy Jackson 350 

Gretz, Susan Gertrude 377 

Grey, Carlile Robert 377 

Grice, Ormond Drew 175,318 

Grier, John Calvin 350 

Griffeth, William Francis 364 

Griffin, Beverly Ann 106, 107, 318 

Griffin, Francis Millard 350 

Griffin, Harold Wilson 350 

Griffin. James Keith 364 

Griffin. Joseph W. 72. 87. 190. 350 
Griffin. Linda Ann 115,350 

Griffin. Michael Kent 177.318,431 

Griffin. Morris Hal 350 

Griffin, Robert Lee 364 

Griffin, Roderic Boyd 194, 318 

Griffin. Samuel Cecil 377 

Griffin, William Charlie 377 

Griffin, William Clyde 350 

Griffith, Brvce Williamson 350 

Griffith. Ethel Marie 417 

Griffith. Linda Clare 350 

Griftitts. Doris 185 

Grigg. Clyde Lee 61,350 

Grigg. Marion Dudley 409 

Grigg. Wendell Randolph 377 

Griggs, Thomas Russell 364 

Griggs, Willard Wilson 407 

Grigsbv. George T. 403 

Grimes, Edward Bovd 377 

Grimes, Fleta Sue ' , 57,177,318 

Grimes, John Bryan 350 

Grimes. William Demsie . 350 

Griswold. John Clinton 182.318 

Groce. Edwin Ray 388 

Groce. Joan Roberta 110,417 

Groce, Robert Cornette 377 

Groetzinger. Sally 350 

Grosboll. Gary Dean 72, 350 

Gross, Charles Norvell 350 

Gross, Stephen Curtis 364 

Grove, Susan Johanna . 108, 318 
Grubb. Robert Lee 402 

Grubbs. Cromer Raymond 132.318 
Gruehn. John Thomas 281.350 

Gruenhut. Steohen Jerry 350 

Guard. John E 377 

Gudger. James E. 128, 350 

Gulledge. Charles Brooks 364 

Guller, Jeffrey M 166, 302, 318 

Guller. PhilipA. 166. 350 

Gullette. Robert Lincoln 377 

Gunch. Modine Gladys 377 

Gunderson. Karen Lee 418 

Gunn, John M. 377 

Gunster. Walter Eugene 78. 98. 350 
Gunter. Jerrv Marshall . ,394 

Gunter. Richard Nyles 318 

Gupton. Jeffrey Carroll 377 

Gupton. William Owen 364 

Gurley, Isaac Dean 364 

Gurley, Margaret Barry 364 

Gurley. William Henry 377 

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Guthrie, Paul N 189 

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Hager, James Ronald 364 

Hahn. Joseph Edward 166, 364 

Haigh, William L 377 

Hailey, Thomas Charles 377 

Hailcock, Malvin Gordon 275. 377 
Hale. Dean Marvin 318 

Hale. Robert Vernon 72.318 

Halev. Joan 121. 239. 344 

Hall. Charles Linwood 318.431 

Hall. Frank Alden 364 

Hall. James Malcolm 377 

Hall, James Rav 377 

Hall. Margaret Jean 350 

Hall. Michael David .. 194 

Hall. Pat 121,230,231 

Hall. Samuel Lindsay 377 

Hall, William J. 411 

Hallman, Johnny Miller 128.364 

Halsted. Marcia Jane 350 

Hambright. Eleanor Ann 318 

Hamilton. Lewis Wardham 194 

Hamilton. Robert C. 152. 350 

Hamilton. Stephen Spencer 377 

Hamilton. Thomas Samuel 175.350 

Hammer. David M 350 

Hammett. John Allen 318 

Hammett. John Benjamin 266, 402 
Hammond, John A. 350 

Hampton. Phillip Terry 364 

Hamrick. Fred Carroll 350 

Hamrick, James Terry 350 

Hamrick, Jerry Glenn 82.318 

Hamrick. Leslie Diane 350 

Hamrick. Mary Margaret 106. 118. 416 
Hamrick, Richard Douglas 377 

Hanburger, Chris . 266 

Hanchey, Charles B. . 350 

Hanchey, Daniel Howard 318 

Hanchrow, Jack Arthur 166, 350 

Hancock, James B. 396 

Handy, John William 377 

Handy. Thomas Gordon 397 

Handy. Walter R. 350 

Hanes. James Gordon 364 

Haney, Julia Rav 71.110.177.318 

Hanson. Barbara Lee 110.350 

Hanson, Jane Bevies 108,364 

Happel, Henry William 364 

Happen, Mills Marshall 388 

Harbison, Leila Bleeck'r 350 

Hardenbergh, Frank Eddv 377 

Hardesty. Elizabeth Ann' 318 

Hardin, Kenneth Pearsh ns 405 

Harding, Dennis Ray 364 

Hardison, James Walter 390 

Hardison, Joe William 402 

Hardman. Joel Cecil 377 

Hardy. Diane . in 

Hardy. John B. 395 

Hardymon. Glen B. 387 

Hargette. Archie James 318 

Hargis. Ronald Lathan 408 

Hargrove, Wade Hampton 391 

Harkema, Reinard 784,319 

Harmon, John Matney 275, 377 

Harmon, John Patrick 377 

Harmon, Joseph Michael 377 

Harned, Harriet Hughes 350 

Harp, Leon Patterson 364 

Harper, David Fletcher 132 

Harper, James C 388 

Harper, Ralph R. 136, 407 

Harper. Robert Clark 377 

Harrar. Evan Llewellyn 364 

Harrell. Andrew Jackson 377 

Harrell. Andrew Wayne 377 

Harrell, James Waitus 350 

Harrell, Manfred F. 350 

Harrell. Neal Brooks 377 

Harrell, Shirley Ann 377 

Harriett. George William 364 

Harrington. Abner Bnwn . 319 

Harrington. Anthony Steph'^n 

66. 67. 162, 319 
Harrington, Ellis Jackson 377 

Harrington, Jim 275 

Harris, Bayard E 187,377 

Harris, Charles W. 364, 397 

Harris. Cornelius Jackson 364 

Harris, David Morton 364 

Harris, Donald Bruce 377 

Harris, Donald Eugene 402 

Harris, Douglas Edwin 364 

Harris, Floyd Stevenson 319 

Harris, Frank Odell 377 

Harris, Harvey Lake 319 



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Harris, J. Nimrod 

Harris, James Osborn 56, 295 
Harris. James Randolph 
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Harris, Joseph S 194 

Harris, Leon William 409 

Harris, Mary Elizabeth 
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Harris, Samuel Ranchor 150, 350 

Harris, Sara Ann . 364 

Harris, Thomas D 319 

Harris, Walter Franklin 364 

Harris, William Frank . . 275, 377 
Harrison, Fred James 377 

Harrison. Linda Yvonne 418 

Harrison. Reginald Woodr^w 

87,88, 136. 187. 344. 350 
Harrison, Tommy Wayne 319 

Harrison, William Burwell 377 

Harriss, Herbert Lynch 364 

Harriss. Peggy Anne 350 

Hart, E. Franklin 190. 350 

Hart. Helen Diane 377 

Hart. James Cleaver 377 

Hart. James Patrick 377 

Han. John Edgar 364 

Hart. Martha Elizabeth 319 

Hart. Robert R. 285. 297. 319 

Hart. Sylvia Lee 319 

Hartley.' Charles Lee 350 

Hartman. Donna Lee 377 

Hartman. James Daniel 364 

Hartness. William Robert 397 

Harville, Cheryl Louise 417 

Harville, Thomas Crawford 377 

Harward. William Myrick 319 

Harwell, Bobby Dale 73,182.319 

Harwell, Fred Robinson 377 

Harwell, Sharon Lvnn 350 

Harwood. George E. 180,405 

Harwood. Michael R. 377 

Hassell. Charles Roberson 

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Hassell, E. Gordon 319 

Hassell, Raymond G. 377 

Hastings. Marion C. 72. 120. 319 

Hasty. James B 364 

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Hauser, Frank Marion 
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Hawkins, Grady H. 
Hawkins, Oscar B. . 
Hawkins, Ralph Owen 
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Haves, Carl Groover 
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Hayes, Hugh Floyd 
Hayes, Johnny Martin 
Hayes, Nelson Edward 
Hayes, Ray H. 
Hayes, Rebecca Faith 
Haynes, John Elliott 
Hays, William Arthur 68, 

Haywood, Jerry Marvin 
Haywood, Roger Kent 
Hazel, James Lansdell 
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Heacock, Donald Robert 
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Heeney, Kevin T 319 

Heer, Clarence I8> 

Heeseman, Gary 394 

Hefelfinger, Daniel Tucker 364 

Hefelfinger, David Charles 364. 402 

Hege, Jeanne Elizabeth 421 

Heilig, David S. 150,319 

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Helms, Charles David 377 

Helms, Jerry Norris 140, 320 

Helms, Michael James 364 

Helms, Worth M 283, 364 

Hemingway, George C 400 

Hemphill, Jimmy D. 320 

Hemphill, Mary Elizabeth 

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Hemsath. H. Evans - 320 

Henderson. Albert Allen 364 

Henderson. George Patrick 401 

Henderson. Oliver 412 

Henderson, Richard B. 292,296,350 
Hendren, Otis Franklin 396 

Hendrick, Florence Ann 88, 120, 320 
Hendrix, David Gene .70, 320 

Henlev, Thomas Franklin 

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Hennessee. Donna 351 

Hennessey, Tony . . 266, 297 

Henry, Anna Catharine 118,320 

Henry. David Patterson 128,266,351 
Henry, James Edgar 377 

Henry, James Vance 320 

Henry, Larry 283 

Henshaw, William Raymond 396 

Hensley, Edward Garland 320 

Henson, Ronald C. 351 

Henson. Thomas Walters 184,351 
Hepler. Elizabeth Daisy 377 

Hepler. Randall Hook-r 377 

Heppenstall. Charles William 377 

Herbert. Dorothy Kathrvn 177,351 
Heritage, David M. 364 

Hermann, George Joseph 412 

Herndon, Claude Harris 396 

Herndon, Paul Holder 320 

Herring, Rufus M. 364 

Herring, Sharon Rae 177, 320 

Herter, Nancy Elizabeth 418 

Hester, Edward Lee 377 

Hester, James Michael 364 

Hester, Julia Glenn 412 

Heuay, Clifton Robertson 364 

Hevmann, Peter Lawrence 364 

He'ywood, Helen C. 351 

Hi'ckmon. Leon Edward 178, 409 

Hicks, Ben 351 

Hicks, Denver Floyd 364 

Hicks, Earl Preston 397 

Hicks. Fred Allen 5', 364 

Hicks, James Franklin 275, 377 

Hicks, Joy 112, 320 

Hicks, Lewis P 403 

Hicks, Robert Howard 377 

Hicks, Rodnev Lee . 275, 377 

Hicks, Ronald Eugene 365 

Higgins, Helen Suzanne 320 

High. Susan S 113. 351 

High. Vance Douglas 377 

Highsmith. Herbert T. 377 

Highsmith. Stephanie 351 

Hight. EIna Katherine 351 

Hight. William Christopher 365 

Hightower. John Peach 377 

Hildebrand. Patricia Ellen 416 

Hile, Diane Louise 70. 351 

Hill. Arthur Lee , , 178. 405 

Hill. Brent O'Neil 365 

Hill. Dempsev Craig 405 

Hill. Douglas Gray 396 

Hill. Edward Harvie 146.297,351 

Hill, Franklin Neal . 351 

Hill, Gary Prevost 377 

Hill, James Clinton 378 

Hill, John 266 

Hill, Larry Euris 351 

Hill, Samuel Bergen 378 

Hill, Stephen Jackson 50.132,320 

Hiller, Robert Eric 154, 351 

Hillman, Inar Carl 391 

Hillman. James Elgan 320 

Hilton. Joe 284 

Himes. Samuel Hilburn 126.351 

Hindle. David D 320 

Hines, Eddie Shaw 320 

Hines, Lana Louise 421 

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Hinshaw, Maxwell Norman 378 

Hinson, Carthon Dewev 320 

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Hinton. Larrv Harold 378 

Hinton. Robert Richev 391 

Hipps, Charles William 365 

Hitch. David Charles 194 

Hite. Charles 409 

Hobbs. Cecil Wright 320 

Hobbs. Charles M. 351 

Hobbs. James M. 75. 136,351 

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Hodges, Elizabeth Taylor 177, 

Hodges. Gerald G. 

Hodges. Henry Latham 266, 

Hodges, James A. , 386, 

Hodges, James Lenue 

Hodges, Johnnie Dewey 

Hodges, Joseph L 95, 103, 

Hodges, Mary Linda 

Hodges, Vicky Jane 

Hoechster, John Howard 

Hoehn. Ted 296, 

Hoffman, Cheryl Elaine 119, 

Hoffman. James William 288, 

Hofler, Eliza Roberts 

Hofler, James Carrol 

Hofley, John . . 

Hogg, Muriel Joanne 

Hogg, Sarolynn Jean 
Hogsed, Marilvn Gaye 
Hoke, Barrie Franklin 
Hoke, Sandra Frances 
Holcher, F. Theodore - 

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Holder, Bettina Kay 
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Holderness, Howard 

Holderness, Jim B. 134, 

Holderness, William Henry 

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Holland, Gene Allen 
Holland, Jack Louis 
Holland, Tony Lvles 
Hollander, Jeffrey Alan 
Hollar, Boyce R. 
Holleman, Curtis Edwin 
Holler, Cato Oliver 
Holler, Dan Forney 
Hollers, Martha Carlan 194 

Hollers, Russell Joseph 291, 388 

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Hollifield, John W. 320 

Hollingsworth, John Frederick 391 
Hollingsworth, J. Winston 405 

Hollingsworth, Julia Neal 107,321 

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Holmes, Alexander B 378 

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Holmes, Frank Manlev 391 

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Holmes, John Alden 168, 321 

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Holshouser. John 387 

Holstein, Samuel P. 397 

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Holton, Jean Marshall 418 

Holton, Robert Anthony 378 

Homes, Garland Richard 394 

Homesley, Howard David 

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Honeycutt, David Fred - . 365 

Honeycutt, Jeffrey Scott .365 

Honeycutt, Lattie Fuller 150,351 

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Honigmann, Evelynne M. 351 

Hood, Alice Allen 112, 321 

Hood, Thomas Ruffin 140,321 

Hooper, Ronald Dale 351 

Hoopes. Edwin L. 158 

Hoover, Eddie Lee 378 

Hoover, Robert Carl ... 351 

Hopkins, Karen Lyon 417 

Hord, Robert Carl 391 

Home, George Nelson - 394 

Horner, Patricia 351 

Hornthal, Allen Lane 397 

Hornthal. Louis Phillip 388 

Horsky, Thomas John 321 

Horsley, Shirley Amanda 188,408 
Horton, Clarence Edgar 391 

Horton, Frank 393, 394 

Horton, Ronald J. 321 

Houck, Gwendolyn Mae 113, 177,351 

Houck, Mickey Eugene 321 

Hough, Marcia Sue , , . 421 

Houghton, Jon Kenneth 102, 378 

House, Henry Charles 378 

House. Marvin Bailey 321 

Houser. John William 365 

Houser. Michael Francis 378 

Houston. Diana Dee . . 365 

Houston, John Glenn .321 

Houston. Paul Green 321 

Houston. Roslvn 121, 240 

Howard, Douglas Harold 378 

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Howard. Marlene Joyce 321 

Howard. Mary Carole 418 

Howden, Eugene Frederick 397 

Howden. Lance Edwin 378 

Howe. Dan 275 

Howe. David William 136. 351 

Howe. Donald Douglas 378 

Howe. George M 378 

Howe. John E 56,351 

Howell. Charles C 124, 138, 321 

Howell. Emily 113 

Howell. Gail Darlene 351. 420 

Howell, Jayne Lynn 351 

Howell, Judy Louise 111,177.351 

Howell. Nelson Neil .403 

Howell. Ron W. 321 

Howell, Sharon Lee 109, 241, 351 

Howerton. Judy Charlyne .418 

Hoyle, Bonnie 121,233.344 

Hoyle, John Crawford 351 

Hoyle, Kathryn Dixon 321 

Hoyle, Sieve Alexander 378 

Hoyle, William Roberson 71,321 

Hoyle, William Sidney 365 

Hoyle, Wilson Smith 351 

Hoyt, Richard Lee 378 

Hruslinski, Eugenia Walker 415 

Hsia, Shao Yao 410.412 

Hubbard. William Colvin 403 

Hudson. John Dwight 378 

Hudson. Ronald Ted 378 

Hudson. Wayne Albert 365 

Hudson. William Earl 275, 378 

Huey. Thomas Walker 378 

Huf, William Langley 378 

Huffman, Allen William .87, 190,351 

Huffman, Don Wayne 365 

Huffman, Gary Marvin 378 

Huffman, James Ralph 296, 321 

Huggins, Bruce Wayne 321 

Hughes, Deane Bett 405 

Hughes. James Allen 378 

Hughes. Laura Jane 416 

Hughes. Richard Edward 321 

Hughes. Robert Knox 146. 351 

Hughes. William Don 365 

Hull. Alden Wayne 275. 378 

Hull, James Heyward 

.180,291,296.404.405 
Hull. Robert Daniel 365 

Huls. Larry Allen 351 

Human. E. W 182,322 

Hume, Bob 275 

Humphrey. Heather Cromwell 

.. 107.351 

Humphrey, James Thomas 378 

Humphrey, Lynn E. 118. 415 

Humphrev. Willie White 351 

Humphries. Betty Forbes 119.351 

Hundlev. Bob 291 

Hundley. Deane 395 

Hundley. James Davenport 144.322 

Huneycutt, Charles A 394 

Huneycutt. James Ernest 351 

Hunnicutt. Benjamin K. 378 

Hunsinger. Carol H 177,322 

Hunsinger. Drew Charles 401 

Hunt, Edgar William 378 

Hunt. Ernest Woodrow 401 

Hunt. James David 175. 365 

Hunt. Janet Madeleine 322 

Hunt. Samuel P 365 

Hunt. William Collett 365 

Hunter. Alsey Dalton 351 

Hunter, Barrett M 397 

Hunter. Calvin Bruce 378 

Hunter, Curtis B. 351 

Hunter, Genevieve P. . .121, 177, 351 

Hunter, James C 378 

Hunter. Luther G 378 

Hunter. Mildred Ann 351 

Hunter. Richard Mitchell ...322,433 

Hunter. Robert Carl 378 

Hunter. William Collett 365 

Huntley, Robert Stephen 365 

Huntsman, Glenda Irene 412 

Hurd, Charles A 140, 322 

Hurlev. Daniel Wade 322 

Hurst. Nancy Ward 418 

Hurt, Jasper Alexander 405 

Hurt, Laurie Taylor 115,351 

Hurwitz. Abby Stephanie 351 

Huske. Isaac Manning . 130,351 

Hutcheson, John Ambrose 378 

Hulchins. Linda Jo 415 

Hutchinson. Richard A 134.322 

Hyde. Joseph Reeves 186 

Hyde. Wilson Pennington 365 

Hylton, Elmer Ernest 322 

Hyman, Bobby Sherrod 365 

Hyman, Irwin Barrv 78.365 

Hyman. Louis Ephraim 351 

Hyman, Stephen Allen 378 



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lannarella, Michael Joseph 378 

I'Anson. May Frances 115.351 

Ibrahim. Betty B. 322 

Ibrahim. Michel Avoub 412 

Icard. Parks Edwin 322 

Iddings. William Robert 187. 365 

Ingle, George Ballard 365 

Ingle, Robert Lee 322 

Ingold, Sara Dry 412 

Ingram, Byron Ross, Jr. 322 

Ingram, Catherine 415 

Ingram, George Mason 78, 378 

Ingram, John Carter 378 

Irvin. Howard Samuel 391 

Irvine, James Nelson . . 144, 282, 322 

Irving, John William 378 

Irwin. Richard J 365 

Isenhour. Sanford Eugene 351 

Isgett. Bernie 291, 296 

Ish, Curtis 266 

Isom, Dorothy Rose 98, 417 

Israel, Douglas Franklin 182, 351 

Israel, Stephen Howard 3"'8 

Issac, Joe Morrison 175 

Ittner, Mary Ann 177,32: 

Ives. Charles Luther. Ill 351 

Ives. Penelope Elise 177, 351 

Ivey. Bill Wayne 391 



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Jackson. Jacquelin Joy 




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Jackson. Roy Clifton 




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Jackson. Thomas Bryan, Jr. 




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Jacoby. Mel Stewart .166 


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James. Mary Teena 




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James. Nena Lynn 




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James. Robert Lee 




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James. Sally Loree 71 


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James. Virginia Blackwell 


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James, William Edwin 




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January. Mary Lee 


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Jarrelt. James Paul. Jr. 




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Jarrett. Tommy Willis 


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Jefferds. Joseph Crosby. Ill 


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Jeffries. Margaret Louise 




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Jenkins. Larry Littleton 136 


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ohnson. Brian Richard .365 

ohnson. Bruce Champney 365 

ohnson, Catherine Lynn 415 

ohnson, Charles E., 11 397 

ohnson. Dick E 378 

ohnson. Donald Winston 352 

ohnson. Edwin Lynn 323 

ohnson. George Terry 395 

ohnson. Hugh Steadman 182. 323 
ohnson. Jerry Ellis 296, 365 

ohnson, Jimmy Aaron 184, 323 

ohnson, Jimmey Lynn 378 

ohnson. Joseph E. 352 

ohnson. Judith Elin 74.98. 114.323 

ohnson. Kay Emily 98,378 

ohnson, Lynne 85 

ohnson, Madeline Gayle 177.352 
ohnson. Mary Anne 116.323 

ohnson. Mary Diana 109. 360, 365 
ohnson, Mary Frances 188,405 

ohnson. Mary Lou 188. 408 

ohnson. Michael Ruel 378 

ohnson. Rita Leona 75. 88. 177, 323 

ohnson. Robert Edwin 378 

ohnson. Robert Frederick 391 

ohnson. Robert Harry 187. 352 

ohnson. Roberta Ann 352 

ohnson. Ryland Earl 378 

ohnson. Sara Wanda 352 

ohnson. Suzanne 120. 323 

ohnson. Thomas George . . 396 
ohnson. William Marshall 352. 433 
ohnston. Carolyn Elizabeth 418 

ohnston. Charles David 365 

ohnston. David Bealty 136.365 

ohnston, Jane Alva . . 352 

ohnston, John Gardner 73, 158, 352 

ohnston, J. Phillips Little 388 

ohnston, Mary Helen 409 

ohnston, Wilbur Lee . 365 

Paul Ortega 128, 282, 323 

olley. Alicia Gay 378 

olley, Rickey Dalon 378 

olley. Roger Dale 378 

oily. Frances DiAnne 409 

oily. Horton Gray 402 

oily. John Russell. Jr. . 138. 352 
oily. William Oscar. Ill 400 

onas. Charles Raper 144. 323 

onas. Richard Elliott 144. 365 

ones. Allan Lynwood 352 

ones. Ben Lewis 3S2 

ones. Calvin M 162, 352 

ones. Charles Ray 175, 365 

ones, Dalma Bright, Jr 378 

ones, Dan Holden. Jr 352 

ones. Henry Lawrence . . 365 

ones. Jack Lee 286.296.323 

ones. Jasper L.. Jr 323 

ones. Jeffrey 
ones. Joe Athel 
ones. John Terry 
ones. John William 
ones. Joyce Jannelle 
ones. Kathryn Shepard 
ones. Kirby 
ones. Knox Houston 
ones. Larry Wilson 
ones. Martha Verlette 
ones. Max Frederick. J 
ones. Nancy Louise 
ones, Nancy Marilyn 
ones, Olyn Reed 
ones, Rafford E. 
ones. Ray . 

ones. Robert Barton . 
ones, Robert Brook . 
ones, Robert Charles 
i, Robert Edwin 
ones, Robert O'Brien 

ones, Ronald Wayne 352 

ones, Samuel Shepard, Jr. 136, 323 

ones, Sherman Perry 378 

ones, Steve Michael 138 

ones, Thomas Henry 408 

ones. Thomas Lewis 409 

ones. Waldo Clyde. Jr. 144. 365 

ones. Walter Hunter. Jr. 323 

ones. Walter Raleigh 275, 378 

ordan. Linda Virginia 418 

ordan. Robert Strong 378 

orgensen, Larry Green 395 

orgensen, Philip Claridge 365 

oyner. Kenneth Craig 323 

oyner. Raymond Edward 352 

oyner. Ronald Freeman 190. 352 

oyner. Whitmel Madison .61.352 

ulian. Daniel Lee 352 

ustice. Floyd Franklin 365 

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Kachel. John William 323 

Kagel, Stuart Todd 378 

Kaley, James Dudley 142, 365 

Kalkurst. Betsy 121 

Kane. Paul James. Jr 365 

Kaneer. Robert Abernathy .378 

Kaphn. Steven Robert 166, 275, 352 

Karcz. Jan W 189 

Karesh. Joel Mack 352 

Karlson. Robert Allen 323 

Kassens. William D., Jr 378 

Katz. Robin Arthur 154. 277, 352 

Katzenstein, Charles Jackson 387, 388 

Katzin. Lawrence Franklin 378 

Kaufman. Joyce Ann 108. 415 

Kay, Michael Alan 378 

Kazmaier. Martin F 405 

Kearse. William D.. Jr 150, 365 

Keefer, Thomas B. 378 

Keel. Susan Page 53, 120, 177,324 

Keen. Aubrey Alfred 378 

Keese. Timothy E 365 

Keever. Richard Alan 106, 324 

Keever. Richard Jenkins 324 

Keistler. William Bradley 352 

Keith. John Jackson 365 

Keith. Thomas Jeffery 378 

Kellam. Nosco H., Jr 378 

Kellam. William Julius. Jr. . .388 

Kelleher. John Thomas 142 

Kellerman. Edith Mary 112, 324 

Kelly, Alice Wynn 418 

Kelly. Anne Marie 407 

Kelly. Douglas Floyd 365 

Kelly. Edward Glenn 388 

Kelly, Sandra L 119.365 

Kelly, Virginia Farrell '>24 

Kemmer, Susan Jo 417 

Kemp. Donald Lee 365 

Kemp, Thomas Law, III 132, 352 

Kemper, Tate 288 

Kenan, Agnes Clay 119, 352 

Kendall, Donald Wilson 352 

Kendall, James E 395 

Kendall. Nancy 78 

Kendrick. Howard H 378 

Kenerly. Susan Grey 352 

Kennedy. Glenn Arthur 365 

Kennedv, Imogene Elizabeth 

. .' 115, 177,352 

Kennedy, Johnnie B 409 

Kennedy, Larry Gene 408 

Kennedy, Michael Scott 391 

Kennedy, Sandra Wess . 85, 378 

Kennedy. Sharon Ann . .417 

Kennerly. Lucy C 112.352 

Kenney. Lawrence James 378 

Kennington. James Edward. Jr. 378 
Kepner. Robert Ford 

138. 282. 296. 297. 299. 324 

Kerley. Eileen G 324 

Kern. Daniel 365 

Kerns. Robert Maury 378 

Kesler. Eddie 266 

Kesler. James Phillip 178, 407 

Kesler, Stephen 194 

Kessler. Ridley Roland 352 

Ketner, John Herman. Jr. 352 

Key. Bobby Joe 390 

Keyser. John Alden, Jr 365 

Kiger. Jack E 184, 324 

Killian, Charles Edwin 378 

Killian, Harry 393 

Killian, Johnny H 388 

Killian, Lean Marcus. Ill .. .378 
Kilpatrick. G. Malcolm 72. 182, 324 

Kilpatrick. Wilbur Kirby. Jr 401 

Kimel. Edwin Mast 324 

Kimzev. James M 390 

Kimzev. Ronald M 126, 352 

King, Arthur Holt 378 

King. Barry Griffith ... 162, 288, 324 

King, Benny E 352 

King. Donaldson Wells 365 

King. George S.. Jr 324 

King, llena Marie 84,110,177,324 

King, Isaac Fletcher 365 

King, James Arnold 409 

King, John Thomas 136,352 

King. Johnny Harold 409 

King. Malvern Francis. Jr. .61, 365 

King, Marcus Clifton 378 

King. Richard Harvey 74, 324 

King, Robert Edwards 324 

King, Stephen H 324 

King. Victoria Hallie 365 

King. William Douglas 67, 134, 352 

Kinlaw. Francis Harvey 378 

Kinnaird. Lucretia Virginia . .379 
Kinney. Burnley B. 121.177,352 
Kinney, George Sandifer . . .266, 352 
Kipnis, Bruce Edward 154, 324 



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Kirby, Ida Margaret 324 

Kirby, Ralph Clayton 379 

Kirk, C. Roy. Jr 69,150,352 

Kirk. Charles Dayton 365 

Kirk. John Edward 365 

Kirkendall. Bobby Leon 324 

Kirkland. John L.. Ill 352 

Kirkland. William Elliott 71. 136.365 
Kirkland. William Smith 379 

Kirkman. James Arthur. Ill 

. 124. 156. 324 

Kirkman. John M 288.324 

Kirkpalrick. Curry 55, 365 

Kirkpatrick. James Weaver. Jr. 379 
Kirtley. Wallace Jones. Ill 140. 379 
Kirvan. Pete 266 

Kiser. Ann Parker .110.177,324 

Kirzmiller. David J 391 

Klaff. Michael Philip , 379 

Kleeberg. Lawrence Peter 365 

Kleiman. Scott Gerald 187. 190. 352 
Kleitman. Jeanne Eliot 281. 324 

Klepfer, Robert Onan, Jr. 365 

Kline. Harvey Franklin 365 

Klinker, Brian Paul 148, 352 

Klotz. Alden W 412 

Klumpp. Kathleen M 352 

Kluttz. George Fisher 379 

Kluttz. James K 152. 325 

Klyce. Emily M 113.352 

Knesel. David Charles 379 

Knight, Anne Bradley 352 

Knight, David Alden 352 

Knighten, Martha Diane 352 

Knott. John Buxton. Ill 325 

Knott. Rufus Henry 401 

Koch. Carol Virginia 419 

Kochn. Donna Jean 421 

Kodack. Lawrence David 379 

Kohn. William H 172. 325 

Kollar, Joseph John 365 

Koonts. Helen Rebecca 418 

Koontz. Thomas Jeffery .132, 403 

Kornegay, George Russell 388 

Kortner, Cole 266 

Kosma. Alexander. Jr 365 

Kottler. Nahum Harry 170. 365 

Kouba, William Dudley 379 

Kouri. Edward W 365 

Kouri. John Lawrence 162, 291, 325 

Kowal, Larry 288 

Kraft. Miriam Olivia 325 

Kramer. Morris Larry 390 

Kramer. Richard Frederick 379 

Krause. Dieter 277 

Kreiser. Bette Jane 379 

Kress. Christine Carol .74, 120, 325 

Kress, Sidney Carl 403 

Krones, Peter David 53, 352 

Kruer. Merle Joseph 365 

Kruming. Marty 282 

Kurtz. Kenneth B 352 

Kwon. Byung Kook 412 

Kyle. Ninette 352 



Lacey, Bob 266, 297 

Lackey, Glenda Carol 75, 325 

Lackey, Walter Lee 379 

Lacy, James B 325 

Lacy, Thomas William 365 

Lafferty, Robert Parks . 178, 408 

Laffiteau, Therese Elizabeth . . . 419 

Lahens. Frances B 417 

Lai. Francisco. Jr. 379 

Lai. Tai-Yee 188.406 

Lail. Charles Ray 365 

Lama. Wars 352 

Lamb. Bob 275 

Lamb. Larry Gilbert 379 

Lambe, Randolph Leland 325 

Lambe. Ronald Jay 366 

L'Ambert. Fred Lester. Jr. 379 

Lambert. Jerry Jefferson 379 

Lambert. Joel William. Jr. 366 

Lamm, Benajah Scott 70, 379 

Lamm. William F 189 

LaMonica. William K 148, 366 

Lamone, Rudolph P 189 

Lament, William, III 37fl 

Lancaster, Alan G. 379 

Lancaster, Glenn A 379 

Lancaster, Harold Martin 

53, 56, 75, 229, 366 

Lancaster, Lloyd H 325 

Lancaster. Rella Jean 325 

Land. Cleo Edward, Jr 184, 352 



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Land, Kathyrn LUa 72,108,325 

Land. Roy Vernon, Jr. 399, 402 

Landau. Ted Smith 170, 366 

Lane, Dallas Scott 352 

Lane. James Randolph, Jr. 190, 352 

Lane, Robert Harold 379 

Laney, Thomas Percy 379 

Lang, Beatrice Marie-Claire . 352 

Langdon, Charles W 366 

Langdon, Joseph B 352 

Langdon, Ronald Earl 178, 406 

Langdon. William Cleveland .402 

Langenderfer. Harold Q. 189 

Langley. Rufus Benjamin 51. 190. 352 
Langston. Jan McCoy 87. 325 

Langston. Sherrill Douglas 352 

Lanier. Elton Ray 379 

Lanier. Gail Stanley 325 

Lankford. Shelton Frank 103. 282. 352 

Lankford. W. Randall. Jr 366 

Lansche. John Elmer 56, 379 

Larrick, James Kenneth . 352 

Lasater. Thomas Stedman 352 

Lashley. Carole Lane . 352 

Lasitter. Moses Dow. Jr. 266, 352 

Lassiter, J. Donnell 387,388 

Lassiter, Richard Edward 402 

Latane, Julie Gatewood 106.110.325 
Latham. Arthur Lionel 379 

Latham. Hannis Taylor. Ill 281,352 

Latham, Walter B 400 

Laughlin. Jo Alice 119, 352 

Laughter. Linda Sue 325 

Lawler. Mike 65, 68. 70 

Lawrence. Ann Parrish . 352 

Lawrence. Donald Gray 182, 353 

Lawrence. Harry Wayne 391 

Lawrence. Thomas E. . 299. 325 

Laws. Sally Frances 98,366 

Lawther, Francis Rivers 353 

Laxton, Carroll Malcolm 409 

Lay, Ava June 412 

Layton. David Albert 366 

Lea. Frank G. 325 

Leach. Sally Johnston 115,353 

Leake, Arthur Eldridge. Jr. 403 

Leake. William Stuart. Jr 366 

LeBlanc. John W 353 

Leder. Charles Louis 75. 154. 353 

Leder. Edwin Martin 166, 325 

Leder, Nathan I. 379 

Ledgerwood. Harriet Kay 98, 112. 353 

Lee. Barry Franklin 325 

Lee. Charles David 366 

Lee. Howard B. 379 

Lee. James Douglas 325 

Lee. John Michael 187. 353 

Lee. Joseph Byrd. Jr. 124. 150. 366 
Lee. Lawrence Borden 379 

Lee. Maurice W 189 

Lee. Ronald Earl 353 

Lee. Rose Marie 177. 325 

Lee. Sang Woo 70. 353 

Lee. William Jackson 394 

Lee. Wyatt Stephen 325 

Lcener, Mary Clark . . - 412 

Leffler, Patricia Ann 107,353 

Lefler. Charles Deems 379 

Lefler. Hugh T.. Jr 403 

Leggett. Jay Lynn 366 

Leggett. Martha Victoria 408 

Leggett. Robert Franklin. Jr. 353 

Legler, Mitchell Wooten 136,353 

LeGrand. Homer Eugene. Jr. 379 

LeGrand. John Lillington 366 

Legum. Louis 56, 77. 166. 325 

Lehmann. Arthur Frank 412 

Lehrer. Steven Edward .353 

Leibold. Jean Ellen 379 

Leigh. Buck .326 

Lene. John J.. Jr. 366 

Lenhardt. Benjamin F. 194 

Lennon. Richard S.. Jr. 

94. 98, 103, 326 

Lentz. Barry Craig 379 

Lentz. Ellen Linn 418 

Leonard. Cvnthia 353 

Leonard. John Richard 379 

Leonard. Ralph Hodges 366 

Leonhardt. Douglas Leon .366 

Lepionka. Larry Bishop 53. 366 

Lesavoy. Malcolm Alan 166. 353 

Lesesne. Edward H.. Jr. 366 

Leshanna, Judith Ann 417 

Lesley, Donald Williams 379 

Lester, David Justin 379 

Lester, Douglas Joe 366 

Lester, William Hugh 366 

Lester, William L. G 126, 366 

Lethco. Helen Roberta 379 

Lever. Thomas Horace. Ill 178, 406 

Levin. Judith Sharon 353 

Levin. Richard 1 189 

Levine. George Joel 366 

Levine. Joseph 353 

Levine, Sarah Esther 119, 353 



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Levme. Sharon Fern 
Levinson, Harold Jay 51, 57, 166, 
Levitt, Marc D. 190. 

Levy. Doris Rose 107. 177. 

Lewis. Caroline Worrell 119. 

Lewis. Clifford Thomas 142. 190. 
Lewis, Eben W., Jr. 
Lewis. George Thomas. Jr. 
Lewis. Gregg David 
Lewis. Raymond Harold 
Lewis. Richard Gordon 

70.80.158. 
Lewis. Richard M. 
Lewis. Wilma Ruth 
Lewisohn. Richard. Ill 281. 

Lichtenslein. Marshall Harvey 
Liggett. Frank Rahm. Ill 134. 

Light. James W. 
Ligon. Barbara Anne 
Lillard. Elizabeth Jane 109. 

Lilly. Thomas T.. Jr. 
Lindell. Carl William. Jr. 
Lindenmeyer. Thomas H. 
Lindley. Harry Newell 
Lindley, James Randall 
Lindley. John 

Lindsay, Joseph Hamlin, Jr. 
Lineberger, Archibald Caleb 
LIneberger, Cason 
Lineberger, Luther T. 
Lineberger, Walter Sullivan 
Lineberry. Donald Edgar 
Ling. Edward Stuart 

Link, Gene 

Link. Henry William 

Linker. Julius Dodd. Jr. 
Linker. William Murray, III 
Linton. Herbert Sidney 

Lipp. Fred S 

Lippard. Carol Nannette . 
Lister. Steve . . 

Litsinger. Glenn Mitchell. Jr. 
Little. Alexander Graham. Ill 
Little. Charlie 283. 286. 296. 

Little. James David 366. 

Little. Jerry Allen 

Little. John Z. 

Little. Susan Elizabeth 107. 

Liltlefield. Susan A. 177. 

Littlejohn. Samuel McGowan 

Littleton. Philip Ray 

Litton. Michael Daniel 

Livas. Katherine 69. 110, 177, 

Liverman, Betty Michael 114, 

Livesay. Michael Thomas 

Livingston. Elizabeth Ann 

Lloyd. Charles Allen 

Lloyd. Evelyn Pauline 188. 

Lloyd. Harry Walker 53.55. 

Lloyd. Henry Page 

Lloyd. Virginia Ann 

Lobdell. Anne N. 114. 

Lobl, Thomas Jay 

Lockamy, Albert Fulton. Jr. 

Locke. Franklin T. 

Lockhart. George G. 291. 

Locklear. Cecil Orlander. Jr. 

Loftin, Charles Ivey. Ill 

Loftin. Colin Kim 

Loftin. David Highsmith 

Loftis. Alton Taylor 

Logan. Jacqueline 

Logan. Ronald James 

Logan. Wade Hampton. Ill 

Logsdon. Clement S. 

Logue. Carolyn C. 115. 

Lokey. Julian Lee 56. 

Lominac. Thomas Charles 

Long. Donald Gray 

Long. Donald M.. Jr. 

Long. Donald Ray 

Long. Donald Stuart 

Long. James Eugene 

Long. Jerald Brooks .... 

Long. Robert Bobo. Jr 128, 

Long. Samuel Fowle. Jr. . 
Long. Sandra DeLois 
Long. Thomas W. M.. Ill 
Long. Walter Richardson 
Long. William Rav ISO. 

Longest. James Patrick 

Loomis. Jeanne 

Lopp. John Peter. Ill 
Lopp. Ronnie Bruce 

Lopp. William Filmore 

Lorber. David Marti 
Loren. Elaine Rita 
Lorenz. Gilbert M. 
Lotz. Daniel Milton 
Loudon. Alexander 

Love. Diane 

Love. Jo Carol 

Love. Katherine Ferris . 85. 177 

Love, Raeford Rodney 

Love. William B 

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353 Loveland. Josephine Lee 78, 85, 353 

366 Lovell, John Thomas 379 

353 Lovell, WUliam T.. Jr. 326 

353 Loving. Ruth G. 118.298,326 

353 Lowder. Bonnie C. 121,353 

353 Lowder, George Edward 379 

353 Lowdermilk, Edward L 379 

366 Lowdermilk, James Erwin 326 

379 Lowe, Jerrie Dean 177, 353 

400 Lowe, Julian Robbins 353 

Lowe, Rebecca Alice 326 

353 Lowe, Richard Emory 353 

388 Lowe. Robert B 366 

412 Lowe. Robert Fielding 132, 353 

353 Lowery. Richard Wayne . 326 

379 Lowery. Robert Herman 379 

326 Lowman. Terry Kenneth 379 

158 Lowrance, William Wilson. Jr. 366 

416 Lowry. Katharine Elizabeth 

15^ 111. 177.353 

409 Lowry. Roy Frank. Jr. 71.136.366 

379 Loy. William Rilev 189. 390 

379 Lubetkin. Paul 391 

379 Lucas. Robert Rav 379 

379 Lukens. Robert Paul 366 

275 Luks. Allan Barry 154,326 

366 Lumpkin. Troy Pickett 366 

379 Lunetta. Carmine Paul 

113 283.286.296,297,326 

395 Lunney, William George 326 

353 Lunsford, Wayne Thomas . , , 366 

396 Lupton, Anne 68, 420 

366 Lupton. Richard Byron 379 

275 Lusk. Elizabeth Ann 419 

379 Lusk. Gladys Ruth 419 

353 Lvday. Bettie Smith 177,326 

379 Lyday. Carolyn Frances 110,327 

326 Lyday, William Jackson 353 

379 Lynch, David Kenneth 379 

366 Lynch, Katherine Elizabeth 327 

275 Lynch. Martha Ann 327 

166 Lynch. Stephen Andrew, III 281, 327 

Lynch. Thomas Franklin. Ill 178.406 

Lynch. Wilson Locke 128. 353 

Lynn. Cv Kellie. Jr 353 

Lynn. Diane Elizabeth 98, 379 

Lynn. George Dennis, Jr. 98. 103, 353 
Lynn. Robert Page 379 

Lynn. Thomas William 327 

Lyon. Margaret D. 353 

Lyon. Otho DeVane, III 397 

Lyon, Richard Jordan .74, 148, 366 

Lyon, William McMillan 353 

Lyons. James David 379 



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353 McAboy, Mary Sheila 107, 353 

355 McAdams, Hal Lee 162, 327 

40n McAdams. Walter Dalton. Jr. 379 

353 McAdoo. Marion 113 

379 McAllister, David F 152, 327 

353 McAllister, Douglas R. 353 

ii7 McAllister, William H., Ill .77,353 

379 McArthur. Alan 275 

379 McArthur, Douglas Ray 353 

IS9 McArthur, Ellen Deal 106,118,327 

151 McArthur. William K. 379 

-,"•;, McArver. Banks L 379 

366 McBrair. Peter S 379 

379 McBrvde. James A.. Jr. 184. 406 

366 McCabe. John Cordell 140. 327 

379 McCall. Robert Lee 327 

379 McCallie. Spencer W. 379 

-,16 McCann. Margaret Jane 188, 191.406 

-.76 McCardell. William P. 366 

",16 McCarty. Perry H. 144. 366 

l->6 McCaskill. Donald T 366 

418 McCaskill. Rodney L 409 

179 McCauley. Lois E 419 

1"3 McCleery, Thomas E. . 132.353 

i06 McClure, Sarah L 120, 327 

166 McCollum. Tim G 391 

115 McColskey, Jan G 327 

166 McCombs, James T 366 

166 McCombs, Jerrv S 327 

326 McCombs. William F 379 

366 McCommons. Robert J 409 

326 McConkey. David M 412 

326 McConnell. Mac 55, 77 

394 McCormick, George M 366 

379 McCormick, Russell H 353 

353 McCoy, Donald Whitfield 379 

419 McCoy, Kenneth B. 379 

326 McCoy, Larrv Thomas 180, 406 

353 McCracken, Frank Webb 394 

353 McCranie. Mary L 379 

266 McCuiston, Oscar T 366 



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McCurdv. Mary Ann T 366 

McDade. Paul B. 379 

McDaniel. George Dawson . . 144, 353 

McDaniel. Levonda D. 412 

McDaniel. Ralph B 379 

McDaniel. William Bell 379 

McDaniel. William Mims . 275, 380 

McDermoIt. Maureen Ann 380 

McDevitt. Larrv S. 66.69.128.353 

McDevilt, Noei 399 

McDonald. Bruce J. 380 

McDonald. Chauncev M. . . . 297. 396 

McDonald. Duran G 327 

McDonald. Elizabeth M. 106, 120. 327 

McDonald. Eloise T. 380 

McDonald. James J 187. 353 

McDonald. Joseih R. 

78, 138. 142,327 

McDonald, Letty M. 106.112.327 
McDonald. Ruth Anna 177, 353 

McDonald, Virginia D. 
McDougle. James H. 
McDowell. James F. 
McDowell. Robert H. 
McDuffie. Donald C. 
McEachern. Robert J. 
McElwaney. Carolyn J. 
McEntire. Jerrill Lee 
McFadden. Charles W. 
McFadden. Haynes C. 

McGalliard. Ac Ann 

McGee. James W. , 130. 

McGee. John H. 162, 

McGee. Michael H. 

McGee, Robert Stuart 162, 

McGill, Douglas F, 
McGimsey, Arthur R. 
McGinty. Park 144. 282. 286. 

McGirt. James D 

McGirt. Murphy F 

McGovern. Richard C 

McGrath. Edwin Ross. Jr 

McGregor. Clarence H. , 

Mclnnes, Stewart C 

Mclnnis. Thomas McLeod. Jr. . . - 

Mclntire. Alexander H.. Jr 

Mclnotsh. Betty Nell 

Mclntyre. James H 

McJunkin, Frederick E 

McKeciien. George 

McKee. Horace F. 

McKee. Michael T 187, 

McKee, Thomas C. 162, 

McKeithan, Patricia E. 116, 177, 

McKennan, William W 

McKenzie, Victoria B 

McKethan, William A 

McKinnon, Halbert H., Jr. 178, 
McKnicht, Alan E. 
McKnight, Philip K., Jr. 
McKnight, Stephen Alen 
McKnight, Thomas Jean 
McLain, George Robert 
McLamb, James N. 
McLamb, John Gordon 
McLamb, Joseph T. 

138, 191). 266.285.296, 
McLaurin. Michael David 

McLean, Elizabeth Gail H 

McLean, Graham W 

McLean, John M. 

McLean, Marvin B. 

McLearv. Tom 
McLeod. Donald Claude 
McLeod. Gerald Graham 
McMahan, William Edwin ^ 
McMann. William Edward J.. Jr. 
McMeans. Kenneth Dale 
McMichael. James G.. Jr. . 150, 
McMichael, Jule . .150, 



McM 

McMillo 
McMilla 
McMilla 
McMilla 
McMinis, Ben 
McNairy, F 



John B. 71 

Paul Douglas 
Robert Andrew 
Roscoe D. 

Ralph 
Dalton 



McNairy, Samuel W. 
McNairy, William Glenn 
McNallv, Andrew 
McNaught, Annie R. 

McNeely, Gwyn F 

McNeely, Thomas C. 
McNeil, Ouincv Albert, Jr. 
McNeill, Donald D., Jr. . 
McNeill, Malcolm Ray , - 
McNeill, William M. 
McNeir. Clarence C. 
McNinch. John H. 286, 29 
McRae, Martha Alice 

McRee, Archie Dale 

McRorie, William E. 
McSwain, Jean Willard . 
McSweeney. Bryan D. 
McTernan, Edmund J. . . . 



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McWhorter, Paula Lee 354 

McWhorter, Val Sanders . 380 

McWilliams, William G., Ill 162, 354 



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Mabe, Pearlie Sprunt 354, 433 

MacConnell, Jeffrey A 354 

MacDonald, Neil Robert 380 

Macdonald, Ellen Fisher 327 

MacFayden Alexander Graham 

102, 354 

Macfie, Jefferys Ashe, Jr 401 

Maclntyre, Daniel Irwin 354 

Maclntyre, Miles Everette 380 

Mack, Stephen Philip 366 

MacKethan, John Alexander 366 

Mackler, Steve B 154, 354 

MacNeil, James Scott . . -366 

Maddison, Lawrence Becklev, Jr. 

146, 366 



Maddox, James McMillan 
Madison, John Talton 
Madrv. Robert Wilson, Jr. 

67, 

Magnuson, Philip Roger , 
Maher. Arlene Ina ... 
Major. William Lewis 
Malinoski. Bernadine Marie 
Mallard. Ernest Lynwood. Jt 
Mallon, Michael Tyrone 
Malobicky, John Joseph 
Maloney, Francis Andrews, J 
MalskI, Carl Michael 
Manley, John Kendall 
Manlove, Richard Milton 

Mann, Betty Sue 

Mann, Harold Thompson 



380 



Mann, Kenneth Lee 

Mann, Lynn Senter 
Mann, William Arthur 
Manning, Carol Stuart 
Manning, Daniel Alston 
Manning. Henry Sianeill 
Manning. Howard Edwards 
Mansfield. Barbara Ann 

Manship. Joy Alice 

Manuel. Carolyn Spach 

Marbury. Thomas A. 

Maready. David Joe 

Marino. Marty 
Markatos. Jerry Leonidas 
Markham. George 
Marlowe. William B. 
Marnev, Rita Christopher 
Marsh, Susan Louise 120, 
Marshall, Albert Barnes, Jr. 
Marshall, Brian Laurence , , 

Marshall. Jean Mary 

Marshall. Mary , 
Marshall. Mary Warren 72. 
Marshburn. David Theon 
Marslander. William Ward 

146, 266, 
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Martm, hdward Stephens 
Martin, Frances Ann 
Martin, Frances Loulhan 
Martin, Gregory DeMello 
Martin, Helen Carolyn 
Martin, James Ronald 
Martin, Joseph Howard. Jr. 
Martin. Margaret Elizabeth 
Martin, Michael Glover, Jr. 
Martin, Robert Leonard , - 
Martin, Thomas James 
Martin, William Thomas, Jr. 
Martinelli. Luis Roberto 
Martinson. Sumner Roberts 
Marvin, Harold William, III 
Mashburn, Carol Anne - . 
Mason, Carle Woodruff, Jr. 
Mason. Gloria Jeanne 
Mason. Joseph E, . 

Mason, Lawrence W. 
Mason. Mary F. 
Massenburg, Johnsve E. 

70, 114,281, 
Massengale, Danny Lulher 
Massengill, Carolyn Sue 
Massey, Carl Benjamin 
Massey, Hulyn Jeannette 
Massey, John McLain 
Massie, Kent Belmore 
Massingill, Howard Arthur 



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Mast, Horace Malcolm 
Masten, Michael Anthonv 
Masters, Raphael Thaddeus 
Matchett, Patricia Irene 
Matheson, Barbara Louise 
Matheson, Miriam Joyce 
Matthews, Carol Linn 

71, 111, 177,328 

Mathis, Alfred Ray 328 

Mathison, Raymond Francis 412 

Matkins, John Alan 397 

Matthew, Ray Banner, III 328 

Matthews, Braxton Ray 

Matthews, Cornelius Faisoi 

Matthews, Harry Leigh 

Matthews, James Spencer 

Matthews, Leonard Walter 

Matthews, Robert William 

Matthews, Walter Forrest 

Mattocks, Gordon Lynn 

Mattox. Phillip Roscoe 

Matuszak, Susan Mary 75, 111.367 

"■ iiltsby, Norman Wavne 380 



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Maurer. Julie M. , 

Maxwell. Ann Parham 

Ma.xweil. Anne Elizabeth 194 

May. Alexander M. 367 

Mav. Anne R 412 

May. Emanuel. Ill 408 

Mav, Manly Baker 367 

Mayer, Heiiry E. . 76, 328 

Mayhew. Kenneth Pascal 175, 329 
Mayo, Herbert Brown 367 

Mayo, Howard A. 138,329 

Mayo, Margie Ann 419 

Mavrand, Evelvn Cecile .85,354,427 

Mays, Glenn Leslie 380 

Mazuy, Cordelia Kay Knight , , . , 194 

Meacham, Mary Jane 354 

Meade, Betsy Barrington ... .119, 354 

Meade, James B 380 

Meadows. Frances Carole . ,116, 329 

Meadows. Van Burgan 394 

Meads. Lawrence Craig 367 

Mebane. John Gilmer 380 

Mechum, James F 367 

Medlin. John M 354, 430 

Medlin, Phillip Tracy 367 

Medlin, William David ,191 

Melnikov, Garv Arnold 380 

.Meltsner, Charles Philip , 390 

Melvin, Robert Franklin , 354 

Melvin, Sylvia Kay 367 

Memory, Charles G. K. 412 

Mendenhall. Edwin Gray 174 

Mercier. Vivian Allan C 367 

Meredith. Douglas Neal 380 

Merriam. Robert Jones 367 

Merrill. Henry D 354,433 

Merrill, William Harrison 

144, 288, 367 

Merriman, William Watkins 389 

Merritt, Ben Gilbert 354 

Merritt, Judv 74, 121 

Merritt, Rebecca Lou 354 

Merritt, Robert Louis 380 

Merritt, Wvndell Hunt 403 

Merrow, Helen Leith 418 

Metis, Elizabeth Anne 71,329 

Metts, Gayle Fredricka 111,354 

Mewborn, John Moses 367 

Mewborn, Quentin Alexander 367 

Mever, Amv 74, 119, 354 

Meyer, Bernard Stanley 380 

Mever, Julien Herman 367 

Michael, Howard Mitchell 380 

Michaels, Edward Griffin 

102, 103, 144, 354 
Michaux, Roy Herman 391 

Michels, Ronald Glenn 367 

Mickey, John David 380 

Middlekauff. Mary Marguerite ,329 

Middleton, Henrv Moore 367 

Middleton, James Allan 380 

Middleton, James Richard , ,380 

Miles, Frank Milton 329 

Miles, William Thomas 148 

Millender, Margaret M. 116.329 

Miller. Anthony Wisner 71. 128. 367 
Miller. Bonnie Lee 354 

Miller. Charles Parker 380 

Miller. Daniel Thomas 408 

Miller. David Jarman 354 

Miller. Don Gilbert 132, 390 

Miller. Edmund John 354 

Miller. Frank E 329 

Miller, Fred Hayes 395 

Miller, Henry 275 

Miller. Ira Lawrence 380 

Miller. James B. ,, , 152, 177, 329 

Miller, Jane Adelaide 367 

Miller, Jo Brent 
Miller, Joseph Norman 
Miller, Kathrvn 
Miller, Kenneth R. 



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Miller. Linda MarUs 380 

Miller. Marian 108, 329 

Miller, Mary Ann 380 

Miller, Ronnie Henderson 354 

Miller, Sharon Jean 418 

Miller. Sherry Claire 367 

Milligan. Ronnie Rich 395 

Millington. Betsy 119 

Millis, Archie 288 

Mills, Charles Edward .390 

Mills, Everette Ernest 367 

Mills, Susan McRae 367 

Mills, Vera Faye 415 

Milner, Nancy Ada 354 

Milton, Jack, Jr 160, 367 

Mimms, Thomas Bowman 380 

Minah, Glenn Ernest . . 397 

Mink, Linda Carolyn . 107, 354 

Mintener, Susan P. ,74. 89. 118. 329 
Minton. Solon Scott 409 

Mintz, Alice Jeannette 354 

Mintz. Rudolph Ivey. Jr 354 

Mirken. Mark Carl 380 

Misenheimer. Ernest Luther , 354 

Misenheimer. Fred Mozelle 367 

Mitchell. Bruce Elden 390 

Mitchell. Frederic Vann 380 

Mitchell. George William 354 

Mitchell. Walter Clifford , 380 

Mitchelle. Wiley Earl 329 

Mitchener, John A. 80. 83. 191, 406 
Mitchener, Joseph Pike 380 

Mitchum, Kenneth Edward 396 

Miltendorf, William Kirkwood 

142, 354 
Mittendorff, Gerald Ernest 102, 380 
Mizelle, William Otha 380 

Moblev, John N 354 

Mocnik, Frank Anthony 380 

Moflie, Robert Paul 380 

Mohorn, Harold Wayne 395 

Monahan, John Sherrill 354 

Monette. Alan Val 367 

Monev, Pamela Jane 418 

Monish, Aubrey Richard 329 

Monroe, Joseph Reece 354 

Montgomery, Frankbn Moyle ,391 
Moody, Beverly Anne , , ,98, 417 

Mooney, Charles Davis 354 

Moore, Abner G. 367 

Moore. Clay , .71 

Moore. Dan K. 50. 70. 71. 144, 329 
Moore. David McDaniel, II 380 

Moore, Earl Raefiel, Jr 354 

Moore, Edward R. 367 

Moore, Geraldene E 393, 397 

Moore. Glen Robert 194 

Moore. Hugh J 409 

Moore, James E., Jr 380 

Moore, Janice F 98, 354 

Moore, John I., Jr. 367 

Moore. Joseph D.. Jr. 70. 354 

Moore. Linda Joy . ,418 

Moore, Lucius Lee A.. Jr. 412 

Moore. Mary E 120. 177. 329 

Moore. Michael Allan , 380 

Moore. Nancy Brown 194 

Moore. Robert Dunn , 126. 367 

Moore. Robert H 130.408 

Moore. Robert P.. Jr 329 

Moore. Steve F 187,354 

Moore, Thomas M 408 

Mooring, Joseph Ray, Jr 367 

Moorman, Lynn B. 367 

Moose. George Howard. Jr 380 

Moote. Suzanne E. 329 

Mopper. Jonathan S. ,170,329 

Morde, Carol L 57, 354 

Moretz, Joe 387 

Morgan, Albert St. Clair 389 

Morgan. Allen B.. Jr 158 

Morgan. Anne W. , .194 

Morgan. David B.. Ill 55. 77. 162. 329 
Morgan. Don Wayne 380 

Morgan. Harvey 166, 354 

Morgan, John H. 71. 329 

Morgan. John Jackson 299. 329, 433 
Morgan, Kent A. . 367 

Morgan. Warrew B.. Jr 354 

Morgan. William C. Jr 380 

Morin. Robert Hunter 126,367 

Morris, Charles B.. Jr 389 

Morris. Jimmy Cole 367 

Morris. Joseph A. 367 

Morris. Michael K. . 354 

Morris. Michael M. . 380 

Morris. Patricia Faye 418 

Morris. Peter L 403 

Morris. Roger G 354 

Morris. Walter S.. Jr 281, 397 

Morrison, James F 275, 380 

Morrison, Myra N. 391 

Morrison, Patricia Elaine , 98, 416 

Morrow, Robert D 380 

Morrow. Roderick P. . . 367 

Morrow. William S. 354 



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Morton, James Henry 
Morton. Maura M. 
Moseley, Donald Lee 
Moseiey, Sarah C. 
Moseley. Wendell Clay 
Moser, Anthony M. 
Moser, Jerri T. 
Moser, Jerry Francis 
Moser. Ronald Bryant 
Mosley, Ralph W. 
Mosteller. Clifton H.. Ji 
Motley, Phillip M. 
Motsinger. Annie H. 
Motsinger, Kathryn M. 
Mott, Susan Elizabeth 
Mount, Kenneth M. 
Mowry, Maxwell R., Jr. 
Moye, Joseph S., Jr. 
Mucci, Lawrence L. 
Mueller. Guenther H. 
Mullen. Douglas T. 
Muller. Chandler R. 

Mullis, Julys B. 

MuUis. Kenneth Wayne 

Mummaw. Henry 

Mummaw. Joe 

Muncy. Thomas Edward . 

Murnick. Elliott Paul 277, 

^1urphey. Barbara Ann 

Murphey. Robert Bruce 
Murphey. William Reid 136 

Murphy. Dewey Leon 

Murphy. Oliver Jackson 

Murphy. Thomas William 

Murphy. Vernal Williams 



.128, 



Mu 



Da 



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Murray, Bill 

Murray, Donald M. 

Murray, Libby 74, 109, 177, 

Murray, Ronald Ford 

Murray. Shade 

Murrell. Kenneth Darwin 

Muse. Charles Hunter 

Muse. Winfred R. 

Musselwhile. Neill Hector 

Mustard, Harry StoU 

Mustard, Lewis Williams 

Myers, Andrew Barry 

Myers, Charles Earl 

Myers, Dennis Page 

Myers, Hugh Alan 

Myers, Joseph Norman 

Myers, Martha Ann 

Myers. Martha Selwyn 1( 

Myers. William Charles , 

Myhre. John Hudson 

Myrick, Donald Ernest 



Naff. Henry Hudson 412 

Nance. Joseph Kinchin 355 

Nash, David Charles 132. 355 

Nash. Richard Edwin 396 

Nathanson. Alan Jeffery 367 

Naughton. Jim 266 

Nauheim. Steve Alan 166. 355 

Neal. Clinton Hill 380 

Neal, Francis Brent 367 

Neal. Jack Allen 77, 355 

Neal. James Archer 390 

Neal. James Edward 184, 330 

Neal, Larrv 291 

Needham. Donald Whitney 330 

Neelv. Alan Sanders 380 

Neelv. Charles B 78. 367 

Neely. William Terry 380 

Neese. Max Edmond 412 

Neil. Hugh Gross 380 

Neilson. David C 355 

Nelson. Anne Rodes 114. 330 

Nelson. Craig Harding 330 

Nelson. Karen Ann 355 

Nelson. Margaret Karen 194 

Nelson. Willard John ... 367 

Nelson. William Carl 146.367 

Nesbitt. James Monroe 367 

Ness. James Kenneth 367 

Neville. John D 142, 355 

Neville, William Donald . 184. 355 

Newhouse. Donald Walter 380 

Newlin, Charles Bennett 355 

Newlin, Robert John 381 

Newman. Bob 275 

Newman. George Lindsay 381 

Newman. Maynard Simons . , 409 
Newman, Constance Lee 417 



Name Pages 

Newman. Sherrill Reid 381 

Newsam. Judy Gail .416.420 

Newsome. George Edward .381 

Newsome. Larry Wilson 355 

Newsome, Troy Wilson .381 

Newton. Jackson Robbins 391 

Newton. Jimmie Isaac 401 

Newton. Judith Ann 298, 299, 330 

Newton, William Brunson 381 

Ngoc Suong, Tran Thi 410,412, 

Nibbelink, Jan C 397 

Nicholas, Carol Anne . .110,330 
Nicholes, Nancy Wescoat 110,330 
Nicholls, Frederick Timothy . . 367 
Nichols. Herm;m Gudger 128. 355 

Nicholson. Edwin P. 63, 175, 355 

Nicholson, Garland Farnell 367 

Nicholson, Ivan Wayne 367 

Nicholson, Judith Catherine 

.116,177.355 

Nicholson. Lois Christina 381 

Nicholson. Thomas Westray . 381 

Niles. Lawson Ray 330 

Nislick. Alex David 166. 292. 355 

Noel. George Thompson 194 

Noell, Robert N 355 

Noell. William Edward 355 

Nolen. Jacqueline Leigh 330 

Nordan. Kerry Gene 367 

Norlander. Charles David 367 

Norman. Roger William 381 

Norris. Lewis Harold 102. 367 

North, Frederick Chamberlain .381 

Northrop. Charles McNair 330 

Norville. Russell M 390 

Nunnally. McKee. Jr 158 

Nunnery, Gregory 330 

Nye. Lynda A. 330 



Oakley, James Franklin 381 

Oakley, Jesse Ronald 330 

Oakley, Lois Ann 419 

Oakley, Woody Fowler 381 

Oare, Ernest Morris 126. 367 

Oates. Micheal Martin 381 

Oatts. Van 76. 118, 331 

O'Bannon, John 286 

Oberdorfer, Ellis Charles 55, 331 

O'Briant, Thomas L 390 

O'Brient, Carol Wayne 418 

Odom, Jerome David 82,355,431 

Odom. Peggy Syd 107,331 

Oettinger. Elmer Rosenthal, III 

136.355 

Oettinger. Kenneth Brown 381 

Ogburn. Marilyn Starr 416 

Ogburn. Robert Glenn. Jr. 

138,266,355 
Ogden. Elizabeth Ann 57, 116. 331 
Ogden. Warren Cox 128. 355 

O'Grady. Judith 114.331 

Oldfield, David Anthony 381 

Oldham. James Howard 355 

Olive. Edith Anne 415 

Olive. Richard L 389 

Oliver. Margaret Alice 419 

Oliver. Otis M. 386 

Oliver, Russell Timothy 71, 144, 367 
Oliver, William Joseph 355 

Olsen, Mary Ann 421 

Olson. Lauritz William 381 

Opdyke. Richard L. 142, 355 

O'Quinn, Clyde Saunders 381 

Grander. William Devaughn. Jr. 407 
Orcutt. David Stanlev 355 

Organ. Dennis Wayne 381 

Orovan. Ronald C. 355 

Orrell. David Lee 367 

Osborn. Edwina Reid 381 

Osborne. Harold Sidney . . 412 
Ott. Matthew Nelson. Jr. J90 

Ouderkirk. H. John 102.331 

Outland. Robert Boone. Jr. 394 

Overby. Marie 93. 331 

Overcash. Donald Baxter 367 

Overcash. Kay Eugene 367 

Overholt. John Harkness 367 

Overton. William Lee 367 

Owen, James Melvin 407 

Owen. Robert Hannison, Jr 396 

Owens. John Robert 381 

Owens, Michael Ray 190. 355 

Owens. Norman Pressly 367 

Owens. Phil Lamar 367 

Owens. Richard Gwyn 367 



Name 

Pack, Marvin Hugh 
Paddison, George Marion 
Paden, Jane A. 
Padgett, Jacqueline Grace 
Page, Clarence Eugene. Ill 
Page, Danny Floyd . . 
Page, Graham Allison 
Page. Lavon Barry 
Pagett. James Rogers 
Painter. Stephen 

Palmatier. Anne 93. 

Palmer, Bruce Edson 

Palmer, John D. . . 

Pamplin. Charles Ashby 
Parham. William Moore 140. 

Parham. William Newell 
Paris. Ronald Charles 
Park. Adelaide H. 109. 

Park. Vernon Caldwell 
Parker. Charles Owen 

Parker, David Archie 

Parker, Edward Gerald 

Parker, Edwin Brownrigg Borden 

Parker, Elizabeth Diane 

Parker, Fred Pope, HI 

Parker, James Judd 

Parker, James Thomas 

Parker. John Edgar 

Parker. John Hill 

Parker. Manley Clark 

Parker. Martha Ann 112. 

Parker. Martha Elizabeth 

Parker. Mary Louise 

Parker. Robert Vann 160. 

Parker. Sarah Elizabeth 

Parker. Simpson Martin 

Parker. Thomas Hackney 140. 

Parker. Thomas Vernon 

Parker. Virginia Frances 

Parker. William Samuel 

Parkerson. Elwood Martin 

Parkman. David Ames 

Parks. Barbara Jean 

Parks. Eldon Hudson 

Parks. Harry Reid 

Parks. Michael Lashlev 

Parks. Owen Tracy. Ill 

Parmele. .Alfred Truman 

Parrish. David Monroe 

Parrish. Katherine Howard 

67. 108, 

Parrish. Walter Bennett, Jr. 

Parrott, Donald Benton 

Parrott. Erwin 

Parsons. Larry Wayne 

Partin. Charles Terrell 

Parian. Hugh Elliott. Jr. 

Partin. Wilson Burton, Jr. 

Pascarella, Edward A. 

Paschal. John Scott 

Pasour. Charles Earl 

Patchell. Mary Belle 109. 355. 

Pate. Eugene W. . 

Paterson. Nellie Elizabeth 

Patrick. James Thomas 

Patsch. Joel Edwin 
Patterson. Alex McLeod. Jr. 162. 
Patterson. Anne Elizabeth 
Patterson. Conley Dale 
Patterson, Jerry Eugene 190. 

Patterson, Priscilla 
Patterson, Stewart Thompson 
Patterson, William Canning 

.78, 187, 
Patterson, William Earl 191, 

Pattillo, Robert H 

Patton. Bettv Irene 

Patton. Judv Carolyn 

Patton. Meredith Gail 191. 

Paul. William Larry 51. 187. 

Paulos. Ray 

Payer. Charles Robert 

Payne. Frances Mills 

Payne. James Eric 

Payne. James Heubert. Jr. 

Payne. Jeanne Jarvis 

Payne. Keith Houston 

Payne. Lynda Glenn 116. 

Payseur. Gloria Judith 

Paysour. James Humphrey 

Payton. Robert Michael 

Peacock. Earl E. 

Peacock. Edwin Bruton, Jr. 

Peacock, Jack Baxter 

Peake, Michael David 

Pearce, David Andrews 

Pearce, John Buck 

Pearce, Linda Leigh 98, 186, 

Pearlman. Lowell Richard 74. 154, 

Pearsall, Philip Dana 

Pearson, Douglas Lamar . 187, 

Pearson, Dudley Gatewood 146, 



Name Pages 

Peck, Richard H 331 

Peck, Sheldon 194, 331, 397 

Peck, Thomas Oakley 381 

Peddicord. James Lee 102, 368 

Peden. Patricia Elaine 120, 355 

Redone, Stephen Peter 381 

Peed, Audrey Jean 412 

Peed, Diane Merle 381,432 

Peel. Jesse Robert 402 

Peele. William Roy 393. 396 

Peeler, Joe Donald 331 

Peeler. Lillian Rebecca 1 15. 355 

Peery. Robert N 87, 355 

Pegram. Paul Samuel, Jr. 381 

Pell. Gerald Allen 391 

Pell. James Ethan 391 

Pell. Linda Atwater 355 

Pelletier. Gerald. Jr 331 

Pender. James Clinton 381 

Pender. Judy Carol 397 

Pender. Murray Wilson . . 355 
Pendergast. Elizabeth Anne 413 

Penland, Alden Lawrence, Jr. 381 

Penland, Roger G 126, 331 

Pennell, Edwin Adam 355 

Pennell, Susan Bost 368 

Pennington, Kenneth Edward . . . .368 

Penny, Ronald Terry 368 

Pepper, Albert Parrish, Jr. 381 

Pepper, John Kent .51 

Peppers, James F 393, 394 

Perdue, Phillip Sterling 331 

Perian, George Douglas . 368 

Perkins, David T 381 

Perkins, Joseph Charles 191,406 

Perkins, Timothy Howard 381 

Perrin, Patricia Ellen 76, 112, 355 

Perry, Barbara Lane 416 

Perry, Daniel Thaddeus, III 381 

Perry, Dennis Ralph 381 

Perry, Frances William 116,416 

Perry, Jack Sherwood. Jr. 368 

Perry. Robert Edward. Jr. 368 

Perryman. Charles Richard 368 

Persson. Eric A.. Jr. 368 

Peters. Howard August 412 

Peters. Jesse Sutton 355 

Peterson, David Lalister 368 

Peterson, Richard Alan 154, 355 

Peterson, Russell Leon 74, 368 

Peterson, Thomas McKeel 368 

Petrea, Rebecca Ann 118, 332 

Petree, George Curtis 368 

Petree, Tony Wayne 381 

Petree, Walter Ronald 332 

Pettie. B. Paul. Jr 391 

Pettit. Gerald Talmadge 368 

Peyton. Marv Burwell 355 

Pfau. Frank' R 396 

Pharr. Jones Neil 408 

Phelps. Kenneth Joyner 391 

Phifer. Mary Susan . 132 

Philbeck. Barbara Jo 415 

Philips. Sherry E 109. 355 

Phillips. Anita 412 

Phillips. Mrs. Ann H 391 

Phillips. Bruce Alton. Jr. 190. 332 

Phillips. Charles Craig 381 

Phillips. Claude Frank 368 

Phillips. James Laughton 402 

Phillips. Jasper Louis, Jr. 401 

Phillips. John Atlas 381 

Phillips. John Humphrey 355 

Phillips. Kenneth Rogers 395 

Phillips. Kevin Andrew 381 

Phillips. Llewellvn. II 399. 402 

Phillips. Marie Ann 418 

Phillips. Matti Hyles 418 

Phillips. Robert Carroll. Jr 355 

Phillips. Roberta Brown 415 

Phillips. Stanley Davis 368 

Phillips. Sylvia 431 

Phillips. Virginia Dupree 412 

Phillips. Waller Dear 332 

Phillips. William Howard 381 

Phillips. William Royal 78. 136, 355 

Philp, Richard Nilson 368 

Phipps, David Alexander 381 

Phipps. Mack William 368 

Pickett. Harry McFall, III 138.332 
Pickett. Jeffrey Charles 136,368 

Pickrell, Katharine Lee 415 

Pierce, James William 368 

Pierce. Louis Clinton. Jr. 355 

Pierce. Robert James. Jr. 401 

Pierce. Sylvia Elizabeth 332 

Pierce. Thomas Carlton 396 

Pike. Alan Russell 381 

Piner. Augustine Thomas, Jr. 355 

Pinion. Carolyn Marie 114, 416 

Pinney, Morgan R. 332 

Pinson. Reginald Alan . .98, 175, 332 

Pipkin, James Stanton 355 

Pippin, Robert Allen 381 

Pitser, Margaret Lee 355 

Pitt, Mary Bryan 121, 355 



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Pittard. N. Carol 355 

Pittleman, James Barrv 194 

Piltman, Bernice Edward 368 

Pittman, James Lee 158 

Pittman. Michael John 368 

Pittman, Vernon Dale 368 

Pitts, William Louis 381 

Pleasants. Daniel J.. Jr 332 

Pleasants. John Gerald. Jr. 184.355 

Pleasants, Mary Scott 415 

Pleasants. Riley C. Jr 144, 332 

Plott. Carolyn Louise 57. 85. 368 

Plum. Freddie 393 

Plummer. Ronald Julian 368 

Poag. Barbara Ann 416 

Poehlein, Charles Stuart 332 

Poetzsch, Carol Anne 57, 381 

Polhill, John Hamilton 382 

Polk, Robert Melton, Jr 396 

Pollard. Forrest A.. Jr 391 

Pollard, Jack Johnston 381 

Pollock, Mary Lucille 177, 355 

Pool, Joseph Derrel. Jr. 355 

Poole, Henry Elbert 95, 98, 136, 355 

Poole. N. Lorene 419 

Poovey, Jim Nelson 396 

Poovey, Phillip Ray 355 

Pope, David Leroy 291, 332 

Pope, Harriet Rebecca 98, 355 

Pope, John Ross 381 

Pope, Larrv H 407 

Pope, Patrick Harris 381 

Pope, Ralph Williams 355 

Pope, William Parker 368 

Pope. William Patrick 355 

Poplin. Zannie Gaynelle 356 

Porter. Agnes Yvonne 419 

Porter, James Russell 381 

Porter. Richard Oliver 381 

Porter. Richard Wellington 381 

Porter, William Larry 391 

Portnoy, Barry Allan 194 

Poteat, Milton Oscar 356 

Poteat, William Asbury 408 

Poteat, William O., Jr. 

102, 103, 276, 277, 356 

Potter. Frank Grafton 182. 356 

Potter. Lynne Oelrich 356 

Potter. William Hollister, Jr 381 

Potts. Andrew David 368 

Poulakos. Joanna Liberty 332 

Pouzzner, John Greil 170, 322 

Powell. Eddv Lee 332 

Powell. Franklin Woodrow 356 

Powell. Hugh Richardson. Jr. 355 

Powell. James Meyers, Jr. 190, 332 
Powell, Mary Jane 368 

Powell. Paul Leonard. Jr. 381 

Powell. William Conrad 148. 332 

Powell. William Dorsey 409 

Powers. Carolvn Byrd 110.332 

Powers. James Scott 381 

Powers, Monett 108,356 

Prakke, Herman Willen 136, 282, 332 

Prather. Elbert Charlton 412 

Pratt. Bobbie Garner 412 

Pratt. Charles Alexander, Jr 391 

Pratt. Daniel Henry 381 

Pratt. Franklin Lock 381 

Pressley, Richard Lamarr 400 

Pressly, James Allen 403 

Presson. Jack Bennett 128, 368 

Presson, Ramona Thomas 118, 419 
Presson, Thomas Lemuel 402 

Prevost, Nancy Harris 112,332 

Prevost. Whitener Harris. Jr. 381 

Prevost. William Sidney, Jr. 394 

Price. Charles Riley 332 

Price. Charle Willard 433 

Price. Hugh Curtis 332. 433 

Price, Jack W., Jr 356 

Price. James Larrv 381 

Price. Jerrv Lee 368 

Price. Robert Edwin. Jr. 401 

Priddy. June Beverly 413 

Pridgen. Rufus Allen 368 

Prillaman. Donald Gene . 275. 381 

Prince. John Ellicott 381 

Prindle. Richard Gary 368 

Printz. Don Warren 403 

Pritchett. Lewis Norwood . 356 

Probst. Lynn Austin 381 

Proctor. Camilla Allyn - 356 

Proctor. Harold Dean 356 

Proctor. Jimmie Creech 391 

Proffitt. Carolyn Rebecca 188.408 
Propst. James Augustus , 368 

Provost. Mary Virginia Ill, 356 

Pruett. Margaret Ann 194 

Pruit. Carl Gaskill 368 

Pruitt. Anne White 356 

Pruitt. Nancy Margaret 356. 426 

Pryor. Brenda Glen 332 

Pryor. Claude Edison. Jr 368 

Pryor. James Michael 381 

Pryor. William Leonard. Jr. 368 



Name Pages 

Pshyk. Fred Utz 368 

Pugh. Carolyn Ivey 416 

Pulsifer. James Cochran 381 

Purdv. Rob Roy 381 

Purser, Shelby Delaine 177. 333 

Pusser. Charles Rouse. Jr. 391 

Pustilnik. Robert A. 356 

Putzel. Michael J. 54.70.78.356 



Quackenbush. Palmer David 407 

Quarles. William Gordon 394 

Quillian. Patricia Anne 368 

Quinn. James Elwood, Jr, 368 

Quinn, Judith Dane 368 

Quintus, John Allen 61. 368 



Rabb, Richard Avery 368 

Rabb. Roy Patton. II 407 

Rabv. Michael Thomas 356 

Rackley. Emmitt Lee. Jr 381 

Rackley. James Stewart 356 

Racklev. Richard Earl 356 

Radford. Carl Harris 382 

Radford. David Eugene 368 

Radford. Michael Junius 368 

Ragland. Lois Gayle 106. 108. 356 

Ragsdale. Delbert Gordon 382 

Rahn, Stephen Stuart 333 

Raiford. Mary Lindsay 416 

Raines. Hubert Luther. Jr 382 

Rainey. Elizabeth Ann 413 

Rainey. George Lee 356 

Rainey. Harris A., Jr 368 

Rakestraw. Frank Paul 382 

Rambo. Robert Pratt 368 

Ramos. Frank Mayo 393. 394 

Ramsey. Gayle Edward 391 

Ramsey. Nancy Vesta 421 

Ramsey. Peter McCrae 333 

Ramsey. Walter Reeve 382 

Ramsey. William J. 152. 356 

Rand. Anthonv Eden 390 

Rand. Elizabeth B. 115.356 

Rand. Walter. Ill 391 

Rand. William R 386,389 

Randall. Charles David 391 

Randall. Danny Lee 187. 407 

Randall. Frederick Fay 333 

Randall. Twiggs Davies. Ill 382 

Raney. David Livingston 148. 333 

Rankin. Peter Brinton 172.368 

Ranson. David Harris 368 

Ranson. Sharon ... - . -418 

Raphael. Lawrence Allen - 382 

Rarback. Sheri R 382 

Rascoe. Robert Blum 71. 128. 356 

Ratchford. Walter James 144, 333 

Ratliff, John Preston 356 

Ratliffe, Virgil Clark 382 

Rattican. Neal Freeman , 333 

Rauers. Marion Hammond 382 

Rawlings, Margaret Garland 333 

Rawlings, Sarah H. 115.356 

Rawls. Betty Lou 355 

Rawls. Bill' 399 

Rav, Betty May 419 

Ray, Horace Adam 382 

Ray, James Pendleton 356 

Ray, James Samuel 382 

Rav, Karl Arthur 403 

Rav. Michael Coley 382 

Rav. Nancy Charles 417 

Rav. Robert Glenn 368 

Raymond. Eugene Phillips 382 

Read. George Stephen 51. 80, 356 

Read, Guv Carlton 382 

Readv, William Judson .382 

Reagan, Robert Malcolm ... 144, 368 

Reams, Claude Elsom, Jr 333 

Rearden. Robert Lee. Jr. 

50. 70. 144, 333 
Reaves. Hallie Craven. Jr. 

187, 404, 407 

Reaves, Thomas Lawrence 368 

Record, Eugene Edwin. Jr. 

67. 146. 286. 297. 333 
Reddick. Robert Lee 356 

Redding. Thomas Henrv. Jr. 368 

Redmond. Hight Stinson 396 



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Redwine. John Craighill 

Reece. Johnny Manly Jyi 

Reed. Christopher 382 

Reed. Douglas Cole 356 

Reedv. Vida Michaela .417 

Reese. David Pollock. Jr. 382 

Reese. John Brickell. Jr. 333. 430 

Reeves. Charles Mercer. Ill 382 

Reeves. Charles Steven 187. 368 

Refsnes. Jone 382 

Regan. Herman Daniel. Jr. 413 

Regan. Mary Brewer 88.118.333 

Register, Aaron 184. 333 

Reid. James Jefferson, Jr. 98. 356 

Reid. Joseph Neal 356 

Reid. Marland C 146. 391 

Reid. Ralph Connor. Jr. 194. 333 

Reid. Walter B. 368 

Reid. William Stanley 146. 333 

Reiter. Brian Reynolds 382 

Reitzel. James Richard. Jr. 126. 356 

Remer, Bryan Eugene 382 

Remsburg. Frank Raine 

73.80.134.333 
Renger. James Dietrich 391 

Rentz, Beverlv Kave 419 

Renwick. Francis Marion 71.356.433 
Reppucci. Nicholas Dickon 194 

Respess. Gilbert Rav 277 

Revnolds. Claude Morris. Jr. 382 

Reynolds. David Caldwell 146. 356 
Reynolds. Elizabeth Jane 419 

Revnolds. James Woodrow 401 

Reynolds. Judith Kay 118. 419 

Revnolds. Thomas Colson 368 

Rhoades. Robert Willard 333 

Rhodarmer. William Frederick .368 
Rhodes. Carl Douglas. Jr. 74. 194. 333 
Rhodes. James Slade. Ill 368 

Rhodes. Murden Cecil .382 

Rhodes. Robert A 333 

Rhodes. Samuel Thomas 382 

Rhymer. Sheila 410 

Rhymes. Margaret Ann 69 

Rice. Alfred Mendelsohn 382 

Rice. Larry Zizzy .368 

Rich. Alvis Marvin .403 

Rich. Stephen Allan 166. 356 

Richards. Charles Howard. Jr. 382 
Richardson. Oscar Leonard. Jr. 391 
Richardson. Robert Benbow 150.333 
Rickard. Hearne Franklin 408 

Rickenbacker. Wilhelmina Wilson 413 
Riddle. Daniel Lindo 333 

Riddle. James Earnest 356 

Riddle. Joyce Faye 419 

Riddle. Thomas Edmond 356 

Riddle. William Samuel 275 

Ridenhour. Anne Lee 119.356 

Ridenhour. Monroe Hobson. Ill 382 
Ridgewav. Carole Elizabeth 417.420 
Ridout. Henry Wavne 368 

Rieman. Nancv Lou 417 

Riggs. Linda Frances 107. 356 

Rilev. James Clifford 70. 130. 368 

Riley. William Barker. Jr. 399. 403 
Ring. Elizabeth Ann 188.407 

Ring. Giles 286 

Ringland. Kathryn Gertrude 368 

Ringwalt. Arthur Rumney. Jr. 368 
Ripperton. Lyman Alonzo. HI 382 
Ritch, Douglas Lamar 400 

Ritchie. Alexander Webb 382 

Rivenbark. James Baxter 389 

Rivers. Lawrence Durell 397 

Roach. Leonard Thomas 382 

Roark. James Walter 189,333 

Robbins, David Lawrence 51. 166. 368 
Robbins. Rebecca Anne 419 

Roberson. Wilbur Steve 368 

Roberts. Cora Sue 382 

Roberts. Davis . 288 

Roberts. Durwood Thomas, Jr. 356 
Roberts. Lawrence Jay 382 

Roberts. Martha Tate 415 

Roberts. Marv Eloise 85, 416, 420 

Roberts, Thomas Adams, Jr. 382 

Robertson. Thomas Lee, Jr. 368 

Robertson. William Ross. Ill 132. 356 
Robinette. William Harold. Jr. .368 

Robinson. Allyn Preston, III 382 

Robinson, Carroll Bennett 333 

Robinson, Clyde Wilson, Jr 382 

Robinson, Jac Wesley 382 

Robinson. James Lee 368 

Robinson. James Lowell 382 

Robinson. Jill Elaine 356 

Robinson. Joe P. 266 

Robinson. Kenneth George. Jr. 382 
Robinson. Linda Gail 98.334 

Robinson. Lynda 356 

Robinson. Mary Wallis , 33^1 

Robinson. Michael Jay 55.334 

Robinson. Spurgeon Fillmore, Jr. 334 
Robinson. Waverly Hale 391 

Robinson. William Edgar 56. 136. 356 



Name Pages 

Robinson. William Gane 391 

Robinson. William Harold 382 

Robinson. William Pressly 382 

Rochelle. Vernon Haskins 391 

Rodgers. Ravmond Stanford. Jr. 382 
Rodo. Carlos M.. Jr. 410 

Roessiger. Peter Dorian 356 

Rogers. Arthur Henrv. Jr. 356 

Rogers, Coye Olein 413 

Rogers, Donald Wavne 413 

Rogers, Harriet W.' 115 

Rogers. Herman Pearson. Jr. 368 

Rogers. James Ted. Jr. .74, 356, 433 

Rogers, James Y 368 

Rogers, Jerry Dale 356 

Rogers, Jimmy Lafon 413 

Rogers, Larry Dean 356 

Rogers, Leonard March 368 

Rogers, Lyna J. 421 

Rogers, Marion Lane 416, 420 

Rogers, Robert Kent 368 

Rogers, William Melvin 128, 368 

Rogerson, Jimmy Arlvn 78. 175. 368 
Rogoff. Arthur Drexler 334 

Roll. David Franklin 382 

Rollick. Virginia Dianne 416.420 

Romanet. Andrew Louis. Jr. . 334 
Ronner. Roger Terry . . 277 

Roof. Lanny Michael 356 

Roof. Nathaniel E 175. 356 

Roper. Albert Loasdale. II 

76, 1-34, 190, 3.34 

Roschy, Susan Gertrude 418 

Rose. Charles Anderson 368 

Rose. Norman Edward 334 

Rose. Peter Blanchard 291, 334 

Rose, William Nicholas, Jr 368 

Rosefield, Herbert Aaron, Jr. 382 

Roseman. Irvin Alvin . 166. 334 

Rosen. Stanley 190. 334 

Rosenbaum. Franklin D. . . 382 

Rosenbaum. Jerrv H. 154. 356 

Rosental. George Eric 69. 70. 356 

Roser. Herbert Gary 148. 356 

Ross. Barbara Jean 382 

Ross. Coleman DeVane 368 

Ross. Johnny Ervin .382 

Ross. Robert Wendell. Ill 

162.187.356 

Ross. Sue F 420 

Roth. Frances Love 106, 116, 334 

Roth. Richard E 368 

Rouse. Larry 152. 356 

Routenberg. Leonard Jordon 

75.154.334 

Routh. Linda Faye 188.406 

Rouzer. William Wolf 382 

Rowan. Spencer Ford 68. 69. 368 

Rowe. David Lewis 
Rowe, William Thorn 
Rowey. John Robert 
Rowland. Terry Lynn 
Royster. Rebekah He 
Rovster. William Thomas 
Rubin. David Martin .1 

Rubin. Leslie Alvin . I 

Rudy. Pamela J. 
Ruehl. Victor Eugene. Ill 
Ruff. George Harper. Jr. 2 

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Runco. John A. 


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Rundgren. Charles Edward 




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Runge. Sam Stephen 




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Rusch. Theodore Farrell 




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Rusher. James Thomas 




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Russell. Douglas M. 


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Russell. Joseph Dwight 




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Russell. Sue Hudson 


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Ruth. Ravmond Earl 




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Rutledge. Jerrv James 




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Rutledge. Larry Wayne . 




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Sadler. George Henry 
Sadow. Samuel Howard 
Sain. Brenda Mae 
Saine, Sandra Kay 
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Name P' 

Sams, Leroy Warren, Jr. 57, 334, 
Samsot, Robert Louis 

Sanders, Dewey Nelson 

Sanders. Frank Roy 
Sanders, James R. 
Sanders. Julius Taft. Jr. 
Sanderson, Martha E. 
Sandlin, Dan Lamar 
Sandman, Herbert Arthur 
Sandman. Rita Marie 

Sapp. David. Jr 

Sapp. David Brewer 
Sappington. Henry Charles, Jr. 
Sargent. Richard Berton 
Sarratt, Alexander Reed, 111 

71,128, 

Sarratt, Ann Ranson 

Sasser, Daniel WUbert, Jr 

Sasser, Nancy Farthing 

Satterfield, William R.. Jr 

Satterwhile, Lynwood Hunter 
Saul, Alan Joseph 75, 166, 

Sauls, Herbert Rex 146. 

Saunders, Jack Edward, III 
Saunders, Kenneth Howe 
Saunders, William Burke 
Savage, Lillian Carole 
Savage, Phillip Lane 
Savery, Rex Talcott 



71, i 



,83,334, 



Sawyer, Carl Dewitt, Jr 
Sawyer, Charles Judson. HI 
Sawyer, Horace Kimbrell, Jr. 
Sawyer. William Andrew 190, 

Sawyers. Marcia Latham 

Saxon, Sylvia 
Sayers, Donald Dean 

Sayers. Johnny Gordon 

Sayers. William Floyd 399, 

Sayles, Julia Lauda 

Sayre, Edward H., Jr 

Sayre, Richard Howell 
Saywell, Jeremy Littlewood 

Schaaf, William Edward 

Schaefer, Charlie 

Schain, Donald Rodney 62, 

Scheer, Frederick Hugh 
Schell, George Bruce 
Schell, Pamela Lynn 
Schenck, Dodson Ramseur 
Schenck, James Douglas 
Schenck, Michael, III 
Schewe, Michael Joseph 

Schiff, Albert J 166, 

Schiftman, Harry Brinkley 

160, 288, 

Schiltz, David Barrie 
Schlacter, John Lathrop 126, 

Schlapkohl, Rick 
Schlesinger, Richard James 

Schlosser, Emil Steve. Jr 

Schlosscr. Martha Heilig 
Schmidt. Alice Maria 298. 

Schmidt, Marjorie Gertrude 111, 
Schmidt, William Gert 275, 

Schneider, Norbert Joseph 
Schnell, Frederick John 

Schnitzer, Mark C 98,299, 

Schnoor, Donald James 180, 

Schoch, Arch K 

Schoch, Robert Rodes 160, 

Schoenborn, Edward Martin, III 
Schofield, John Collier 
Schools, Arthur Beale, Jr. 
Schrader, Clement Vincent, Jr. 
Schrum. Gerald Howard 
Schuchardt. Louise Novelle 

Schuetz. Jim E. 

Schuller, Jeremy Clinton 

Schultz, John Frederick 369, 

Schussel, Robert H. 
Schwartz, David Malcolm 
Schwartz, William Bernstein. Ill 
Schwintzer, Ernst P. 
Schworm, Robert Rolston 
Scites, Martha Louise 
Scobie, David Everett 94, 98 

Scott, Charles Kimrey 
Scott, Christopher Martin 
Scott, Elmer Glenn. Jr. 
Scott. Grady William, Jr. 
Scott, Harold A., Jr. 
Scott, Henry William, III 

Scott, John Layne 

Scott, Murrel Clifton. Jr 

Scott. Phoebe Thomas 

Scott, Samuel Edwin 

Scott, Thomas Fletcher, Jr. . .102, 

Scovil, Elizabeth Penfield 

Scruggs, Doshie Martena 

Seagle, Thomas Caldwell 

Sears, Jerry Clark 

Sears, Thomas Harmon, Jr. . , 
Seaton, Grover Cleveland, III 
Seaton, Paul Russell 



Name Pages 

Seawell, Aaron Ashley Flowers, IV 

382 

Seawell, Ellon Grace 383 

Sechler, John Jackson 335 

Sechrest. Melville Lee 369 

Seely, Fred Loring 132,369 

Segerman, Susan Henda 357 

Seqrest, Robert Taylor 158. 357 

Sehorn, Samuel Leroy 4C8 

Selden, William W.. Jr. 50, 335, 433 
Senkus, William Michael , 357 

Senn, Laurence Vaughn, Jr. 383 

Sensenig, Steven Foley 369 

Sentelle, David Bryan 78,369 

Sentelle, Mary Flora 407 

Sessoms, Charles Anthony ,357 

Sessoms, William Hugh, Jr. 383 

Settlemyre, Elizabeth Ann 419 

Sevier, Robert English 194, 399, 403 
Seyle, Gerald Leroy 369 

Seymour, Glvnn Douglas 369 

Sevmour. William Gordon 126, 357 
Shaffer, Charles Milton, Jr. 

134.277,292,299,344,357 
Shaffer, Stephen Roger 400 

Shaffer, William Samuel 158.335 

Shallenberger, Robert 189 

Shanahan, Richard James, Jr. 130. 335 
Shannon. Eugene Hugh 413 

Shapiro, Gordon Hoffman 170.369 
Shapiro. Ira George 170. 369 

Shapiro, Samuel Martin 335 

Shapiro, Sybil , 107, 177, 357 

Share, Stewart 369 

Sharp, Frederick Dent 383 

Sharp, John David 335 

Sharp, Joyce Ann 120, 419 

Sharpe, Benny Sandlin 389 

Shavender, Eugene Franklin 357 

Shaver, Huitt Roger 369 

Shaw. Alexander Turner, III 383 

Shaw, Gerald Edwin 383 

Shaw, John Kinlaw 357 

Shaw, John Lewis 383 

Shaw, Margaret Elliott 383 

Shaw, Mary Cattle 415,420 

Shaw, Philip Carl 357 

Shea. Patrick J. 275 

Sheaffer. William O. 408 

Shearin, David Allen 383 

Shearin, Jacob Connell. Jr. 357 

Shearouse. Christopher 391 

Sheeleg. Royal Edwin 369 

Sheeley, Susan Jeanne 177, 357 

Sheffer, John Allen, Jr. 413 

Sheffield, Lucius Griggs. Jr 383 

Shelburne, John Daniel 369 

Sheldon, John W. 383 

Shell. William Robert 369 

Shelley, Rowland McLamb 357 

Shelton, Charles B. 103. 144. 282. 335 
Shelton. Clavis O. 397 

Shelton. Frank Wesley. Jr. 150. 369 
Shelton. George Edward. Ill 126, 369 
Shelton, Sandy 275 

Shepard, George E.. Jr. 357 

Shepherd. Daniel Bowie 126, 357 

Shepherd, James Dale 389 

Shepherd, John Reeves 383 

Shepherd, Lee McLaney 88. 118. 335 
Shepherd. Thomas R. 335 

Shcps. David Samuel 166. 369 

Shercr. Robert Glenn, Jr. 194 

Sherrill, Dennis Allen 383 

Sherrill. John Anderson 160. 335 

Sherrill, Joyce Wayne 369 

Sherrill. Lee Woodrow, Jr. 275. 383 
Sherrill, Sheila E. 98. 357 

Sherwood. Mary Dianne 111.357 

Sherwood. William James 369 

Shinn. Harold Lee 369 

Shinn, John Bradley 402 

Shinn, Paul Alexander 335 

Shins. Richard Mark 71. 170. 357 

Shipman. Sally 281 

Shoaf. Milton Bays. Jr. 369 

Shoemaker. William Wilson 391 

Shoffner, Robert Lee. Jr. 357 

Shook. Ronald E. 369 

Shope. Judith Allen 108, 335 

Shope, Richard Irving 383 

Short, Macon Watson 357 

Shouse, Larry Ray 357, 433 

Shroat. Jerry Gordon 369 

Shue. Robert S. 357 

Shuff. Landon E., Jr. 383 

Shuford. Nancv Cline 77. 109. 357 
Shugart. Dorothy Banks , 369 

Shumate. Jim 284 

Shutt, Rober Talmadge. Jr 383 

Siceloff. Jim C 357 

Sides, Evin H. 402 

Sieber, Peter Joseph 369 

Siegel, Edward Mark, Jr. 

51. 170,282,369 
Sienknecht, Martha Ellen 194 



180, 404, 



Name 

Sifford, Jerry Lee 
Sigmon, Becky A. 
Sigmon, W. Gene 
Siliiman, Scott Livingston 
Sillmon, David Wilde 
Sills, Joe Fred 
Silver, Frank Morris 
Silvis, Hugh W. 
Sime. Myron Strother 
Simmons, Myron Perry 
Simmons, Robert G. 
Simmons, Roger Franklin 
Simmons, Russell Edwards, Jr. 
Simmons. Thomas William, III 
Simmons, William Edward 
Simmons, William Robert 
Simonds, Susan 121, 

Simons, Robert Lynde, Jr. 
Simons, William Kenneth. Jr. 
Simpson. Bryan, Jr. 71,80, 

Simpson, Cecil Odell 
Simpson, David Murray 146, 

Simpson, Dennis Arden 
Simpson, Henry Marshall 
Simpson, Linda Craddock 
Simpson, Robert Brent 
Simpson. Sandra Moore 
Sims, Farvl Evan 79, 

Sims, Marion D., Ill 
Singer, Richard Gregg 
Singletary. Robert Lombard 99. 
Sitton. Linda Elizabeth 98. 

Siwik. Jon Michael 

Sizemore, Lawrence Lee 

Sjoholm. John Anders 

Skeen. McDuffy B 

Skeen, William V 

Skees, Robert Dresden 74, 175, 
Skelly, Thomas McFarland 
Slaten, Prentice Wooster 
Slater. Jane B. 120, 298, 

Slatterv, Michael Joseph 184, 

Slaughter, James S., Ill 281, 

Sledge, Charles H. 
Sloan. Sarah Richmond 118. 

Sloop. Edgar Wayne 

Small, John Calvin 

Small, Parks Nolan 

Small. Ronald Hugh 

Smalley. Alan Hale 

Smart. Thomas E. 

Smart. William Henry 

Smiley, Scott Landrum 288, 

Smith, Andrew Garland, Jr. 

Smith, Betti Jean 84 

Smith, Cameron Langlev 

Smith, Carol Ann F. 110 

Smith, Carolyn Ann 

Smith. Carolyn Jeannetle 

Smith. Charles Milton 182 

Smith. Charlotte Jacquelyn 281 

Smith. Christopher Michael 

Smith. Clarence Edwin 

Smith. Clayton Bernard, Jr. , 

Smith. Crendell Tucker 
Smith. Dan Clayton 
Smith. Dana Lee 

106. 114, 177,235 
Smith, Doris Suetla 
Smith, Elaine Carroll 
Smith, Ellen Barber 
Smith, Fred J. 
Smith. Gilbert Dale 
Smith. Guy Patrick 288, 

Smith. Hugh Jarrette. Jr. 180 

Smith. James Fielding 
Smith. James Peeler 
Smith, Jerrv A. 399, 

Smith. JerrV Wayne 102, 152 

Smith, John Brock 
Smith. John Harrison 
Smith. John Troy 160, 

Smith. Joseph Gordon. Jr. 187 
Smith, Kirby Lee 
Smith. Larry Emmett , , , 

Smith, Leonidas C. Ill 

Smith. Lester V., Jr 

Smith. Linda Kaye 

Smith. Lvnn Harrison 

Smith. Mary Randolph 

Smith. Melba Donnell 

Smith, Nancy Jane 111 

Smith, Philin Logan 

67,75.80,132 
Smith, Reginald Ballard 
Smith, Richard W. 
Smith. Robert Bailey, III 69 

Smith, Robert Bland, Jr. 387 

Smith. Robert Charles , ,175 

Smith. Robert Douglas 

Smith. Robert Hilton 

Smith, Roger William , 
Smith. Roy Boyd. Jr. 180 

Smith, Ronnie Joe 
Smith, Samuel Irby 
Smith, Sandra Cross 



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369 Smith, Saundra Victoria 357 

335 Smith, Thomas Kirkman 395 
266 Smith, Wade Marvin 275, 389 
369 Smith, Warren Kirkland. Jr. 397 
400 Smith, WUliam McCorkle 383 
413 Smith, William Zadok 383 
369 Smith, Windell Britton, Jr. 369 
383 Smithson. William Anthony 357 
406 Smithwick, Freida 420 

336 Smyre, Billy Mac 191,406 

403 Smyre, Herbert Lee 403 

383 Smyre, Larry Elvin 383 

Snavely, Dan McNeill , , 150, 336 
Snead, Margaret Dix 119,357 

Sneed, Albert Lee, Jr. 79, 128,369 
Snell. Thomas Richard 369 

Snelling. David Barrow, Jr. 336 

Snider. Conward Berton , 357 

Snider, Tim 369 

369 Snider, Toni Marie 357, 430 

336 Snipes, James William, Jr. 383 

397 Snodgrass. Harold T. .413 

383 Snodgrass. Sara Elizabeth 357 

390 Snodv. Larry Don 357 

418 Snow. Charles Leon 383 
369 Snyder, Charles Edwin 369 
383 Snvder, James William 282, 369 

383 Snvder, Joseph David 383 

369 Snvder, Mary Edwards 413 

369 Sokol. George 292, 296 

336 Soles, William Ray 357 

416 Solomon, Edward David 336 

383 Solomon. Ellen Joan 85, 417, 420 

357 Solter, Alan Warren 166, 409 

369 Somers, Bobby Vance 389 

336 Somers, Larry Gordon 357 

368 Sones, Betty Jene 419 
357 Sorrell, Randolph Franklin 383 
383 Sossomon, Creighton Wolfe 383 
383 Southard, John Wilder 403 
357 Southerland, James Monroe, III 383 
336 Southerland, Roy A 357 

369 Southern, Chester Wilson, Jr. 336 
275 Sowder. John Hugh 433 
336 Spach. Roy Lee, Jr. 336 
369 Spaeder. Susan Mary Elizabeth 

397 , 107. 336 

357 Spain. Clarence Michael 369 

409 Spain. Dan Mitchell 413 

413 Spainhour. Jud 291 
Spainhour. Ronald Edward 357 

369 Spangler. Arthur Neal. Jr. 369 

369 Spangler. Joseph Dale 336 

383 Sparks, Louise Agnes 383 

419 Sparrow. John T. 369 
383 Sparrow, Patricia Anne 357 
357 Speagle, Virginia Ballon 177, 357 
418 Spearman, Robert Worthington 

408 69,77,80,132,369 

357 Spears, Jean Stewart 120, 238, 336 

383 Spechar-Gonzalez. Hugo 78 

357 Speight, James C Jr. 

383 140,291,296,357 

395 Speight, Robert Edward 57, 357 

383 Spell, John Harvey 383 

383 Spell, Oscar Glenn, III 369 

Spencer. Ann Curtis 120, 357 

336 Spencer, Earl Michael 383 

357 Spencer, G. Rhell 369 

336 Spencer, Gwen Gillaspy 336 

357 Spencer, James Clifford, Jr. 130, 336 

394 Spencer. James Edward 383 
383 Spencer, Theodore R., Jr. 369 
383 Spencer, Tracv N. 369 

406 Spicola. Cynthia A. 394 
369 Spies. Peter Frederick 166. 369 
383 Spivev. Charles Burden 383 
400 Spivev. John J. 413 
357 Spivev. Richard Wood 357 
357 Spivey. Teddy Ray 357 
383 Spoerer. Jeanne Ripley 357 
369 Sprauve. Marva Elaine 410.413 

407 Spring. Harry Charles 187. 369 
357 Springs, Sandra Caroline 419 
383 Sprinkle. Thomas Douglas 406 
357 Spruill. James Alexander 369 

391 Spruill. James Henry 190, 357 
415 Spruill, Mildred Ann 421 

395 Spurrier, Elmer Raymond 369, 413 
415 Spurrier, William Wayne 357 
336 Squires, Emily Hull 81,112,336 
357 St. John. Sarah Patricia 418 

Stack, Robert Cole 369 

357 Stackhouse, Glenn A., Jr. 140, 336 

369 Stalker, James Curtis 194 

357 Stallings, John Gilbert 86,136,336 

369 Stallings, Michael Holton . 383 

389 Stamey. Gary Martin 191, 406 

357 Stamps, William David 337 

383 Standifer, Laura Marjorie 413 

336 Stanley, Charles Harvey 383 

266 Stanley, Michael E 383 

408 Stanley, Ronald Woodrow . 369 
336 Staples, John E. ,391 

396 Stapleton, Donald Richard 337 
415 Stapleton, Elizabeth B. 115,357 



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Starke, Mary Moncure 
Starling, George Braxton, Jr. 

Starnes. Jimmy Dayle 369 

Starr, Carol 121,357 

Staunton, Sally 413 

Steadman, Horace Dean, Jr. . .408 

Steanson, Julia Britt 78 

Stearns. Junius Stitt, III 369 

Stebbins, Mary Patricia 369 

Steed, Betsy Jo 383 

Steele, John Richard 383 

Steele, Walter F 403 

Steele. Kenneth Franklin, Jr. 383 

Steelman. Ronald Howell 369 

Stegall. Billv Ward 357 

Stein, Jay Joseph 170.369 

Stembler, John Hardwick, Jr. 134, 369 
Stephens. Don A. 383 

Stephens, James William 383 

Stephens. William Forest 357 

Stephenson. Gordon Leslie 383 

Stephenson. Margaret Tarasa 

.79,118,337 
Stephenson. Shelby Dean 389 

Stepp, Al ■ 393 

Stepp, Otis E., Jr. 94. 152. 337 

Stepp. William Harley. Jr. 389 

Stevens. Annamae 413 

Stevens. Elliott Walker 403 

Stevens. Harrell Hugh, Jr. . 136, 369 
Stevens. Linda O'Neil 337 

Stevens. Wade Harold 383 

Stevenson. Clement Olin, Jr. . 357 

Stewart, Carl Miller 383 

Stewart, Edward Lee 357 

Stewart, James Courtland . 182,337 

Stewart, John Edward 383 

Stewart, John Reagan. Jr. 383 

Stewart. Thomas Earl. Jr. . 383 

Stikeleather, Rebecca Lane 120, 337 
Stiles. Eddie Phillips 400 

Stinson. Elinor Kay 84, 177, 337 

Stocks, Lewis Henry, HI 

180, 191. 404, 406 
Stoddard, Grace Mildred 357 

Stogowski. Joseph John 369 

Stokes, Montford Young 136, 357 

Stokes, Nancy Estelle . 417 

Stonaker. Roland Huntley, Jr. 

99. 102. 103, 184, 187, 337 

Stone. James R. 369 

Stone, John Clinnon . 78, 383 

Stone. Richard Tenbroeck 383 

Stone. Sharon Elizabeth 

57, 116. 357.420 
Stoneman. H. Keith. Jr. 158.292.337 
Stonestreet. James Frank 51, 138.357 
Stout. Frank Palmer 369 

Stovall. Robert Glenn 357 

Stover, Charles Hubert 383 

Stowe, Thomas R. . . 275 

Strader, Anna Chloe 

107,177,337,420 
Strange, Charlton B. 397 

Straughen. James Fleming. Jr. 

136.288,358 
Strawhun. Sandra Lee 416 

Street. Nicholas 284 

Streeter. Lacy C. 390 

Stretcher. George Stewart 82. 337 

Stretmater. Robert Lloyd 183 

Strickland. Carolyn 111.177,358 

Strickland. Carter Manly 160. 337 

Strickland, Gradv Champion 383 

Strickland. Melvin Douglas 383 

Strickland. Roger Colon 63. 178,358 
Strickland. Sandra Jackson 358 

Stringer. Edward H 275 

Stronach. Samuel Clark 383 

Strong, Bill 70 

Strother. Joseph Michael 358 

Strother. Linda Knott 415 

Strother. Mary Ellison 383 

Stroud. Jerry Sue 188.407 

Stroup. Bruce Bradley 182. 358 

Stroup. Polie Rhyne 38' 

Stroupe. William Edward 369 

Stroyd. Cvnthia Jean 119.358 

Strubing. Philip H. 369 

Stuart. Burton Wvane. Jr. 337 

Stubbs. Clifford Earl . 369 

Stubbs. Stan L. 383 

Stubbs. Trawick H. 71. 86, 87. 128, 358 
Stubbs. William LaMont 358 

Stuefer, William Edward, Jr. 383 

Stull, Carlyle Evans 358 

Stultz, John Hoyte. Jr 391 

Sturges. Conrad Boyd 391 

Sturm. Theodore Albert 337 

Stuver. Gerald Charles 

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Styers, Thomas Russell 396 

Sudderth. Linda Lundy 114,337 

Sugg. Harry Walker 337 

Sullivan, Lou 284 



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Summers, Anne Ewing 

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Summers, John Dent, H 383 

Summers, Scott Earnest, 11 358 

Surratt, Gwendolyn Jenenne . . 358 

Sutherland, Elizabeth G 337 

Sutherland. Nancy Elizabeth 421 

Sutton, Corrina Sherron 413 

Sutton, George Edward 383 

Sutton, James Robert 383 

Sutton, Margaret Johnson 415 

Swain. Blair Wesley 383 

Swain, Linwood Ira 337 

Swann, Wendy 85, 370 

Swanson, David Mitchell 383 

Swansson, James Herbert . 370 

Swaringen, Roy Archibald, Jr. 358 
Swaringen, Thomas Harold . 383 

Swartz. Margaret Joanne 383 

Sweatt. Linda Faye .358 

Sweeney, Dennis Campbell . . .61, 337 

Swiggetl. Henry Grady 413 

Swineford. Malinda K. 1 1 1 

Swing. Jeffrey Bruce . .370 

Swing. Paul R. 291 

Swisher, A. Dale 413 

Switzer. Sara Harnev 113. 358 

Swofford. Stephen Paul 370 

Sykes. Hannah Parks 358 

Svkes. Horace Leonard 384 

Sykes. Robert Nathan 384 

Symons, Ann Carole . .118. 338 

Szenasy, Anthony Stephen 358 

Szymaitis, James Adam 266. 370 



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Talbot. James 282 

Tallent, Clyde Ray, Jr 384 

Talmadae, Sam McNeill 384 

Talmadge, William C 338 

Talton, Erma Kay 358 

Tandy. Mary Elizabeth 338 

Tarleton. Harold L 403 

Tarleton. Vernon Lee 408 

Tart, Johnny Parker 384 

Tatalias, Kosmo Davis 194 

Tate, Charles Murray 370 

Tate, Edward Ray 370 

Talhwell, Sally 121 

Taxis, Lynn Carol 85, 177, 338 

Taylor. Alton D.. Jr 384 

Taylor. Anne Carroll 338 

Taylor. Charles Morrison, II . . . 370 

Taylor. Chet W 400 

Taylor, Daniel L. 370 

Taylor. David George 370 

Taylor, Edward Alan 370 

Taylor, Ray 138. 370 

Taylor. Frances Elizabeth 370 

Taylor. Herman LeRoy, III 370 

Taylor. John Bradsher 391 

Taylor. John Bynum 384 

Taylor. John Carroll 358 

Taylor. John Harman 384 

Taylor. John Scott 384 

Taylor. John William 338,433 

Taylor, Kathryn Moore 

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Taylor. Lawrence Arthur 400 

Tavlor. Norwood Travis 370 

Taylor. Oma Louise 384 

Tavlor, Patrick Purnell 384 

Taylor. Richard Barry 384 

Taylor, Robert Brown 394 

Taylor. Russell Carl 401 

Taylor, Vivian Joanne 194 

Tavlor. William Allen 277, 370 

Tavlor, William Howard 400 

Taylor. William Woodruff. Ill 384 

Teague. Lanny 266 

Teague. Mary Gray 384 

Teague. Roger Keith 338 

Teaney. Myron Rex. Jr. 140. 370 

Teasdale, Diana Mitchell 115. 177, 358 
Teele, Gerald Allen 384 

Teeter, Paul Carroll . 358 

Temple. David Richard 384 

Temple, Gray. Jr. . 74. 128, 358 

Temple. John Harris ... 358 

Temple. Virginia Page . . 194 

Templeton, Eugene B., Ill 370 

Templeton. Linda Jane 188,406 

Templeton. Ralph Gordon. Jr. 384 
Tennant, Linda Janice 188.404,406 
Tennille, Andre Townshend. Jr. 384 



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Terry, James Willard 384 

Tew, Allen Roger 384 

Tew, Franklin T 370 

Tetlow, Tim 78 

Tharin. Blake William .72, 338, 433 
Tharrington, James Harold 389 

Thayer, Nina Dawn 358 

Thigpen, Ella Rose 389 

Thomas, Aubrey Wofford. Jr. . 338 
Thomas. Clifton Boyd, Jr. 370 

Thomas. David Lloyd 358, 433 

Thomas, Donald A 403 

Thomas, Edward May 384 

Thomas. Emerson Ledbetter, Jr. 408 
Thomas. Frances Jeanelte 419 

Thomas. George Shaker 338 

Thomas. George Sloan 35s 

Thomas, John Havemeyer 130. 370 
Thomas. John Hurley, HI 384 

Thomas, John Stephen 370 

Thomas, Martha Marie 109. 358 

Thomas, Mary Michele . . 409 

Thomas, Michael Maynard 370 

Thomas. Nancy Fike . 413 

Thomas. Timothy Grant 358 

Thomas, William Neil, III 57, 384 
Thomason, Henry Clayton. Jr. 

190, 358 
Thomerson, Emily Carolyn . . 338 
Thompson, Alexander Saunders, Jr. 

370 

Thompson. Ann Scott 358 

Thompson. Clyde Gilbert 384 

Thompson. Cyrus Bradford 338 

Thompson. David Reed 384 

Thompson. Fred Caldwell 130, 370 
Thompson, Forrest Victor, Jr. 358 

Thompson, Herman O., Jr. . .136, 358 
Thompson, Homer W. 
Thompson. James Addison, Jr 
Thompson. James Alfred 
Thompson. James Benjamin 
Thompson. James Cecil 
Thompson. James William 

Thompson. John L. 

Thompson. Lois Marie G 
Thompson. Lynn E. 112,338 

Thompson. Mary Lucy 338 

Thompson. Ralph Edison 384 

Thompson, Rhonda Ann 415 

Thompson, Robert Buie 338 

Thompson. Robert LeGrande 338 

Thompson, Robert Ward 358 

Thompson. Samuel Griffin 

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Thompson. Tarlton Roberts, Jr. 389 
Thompson. Toni L. 116.415 

Thornburg. Johnny Glenn 370 

Thornbury. David Lee 384 

Thorneloe, Keith Cartledge, II 378 
Thornton, Robert Lewis 389 

Thornton. William Gerald 

69. 70. 72. 182. 358 
Thornton. William Irving. Jr. 391 

Thorpe. Susan 71 

Thum. Richard Cobb 126. 370 

Thurmond. Charles Allen, Jr. 384 
Thuy, Vo Thi 410,413 

Tibbets. Lucinda Fay 81. 106. 110. 358 
Tiberio. Gilbert Francis, Jr. 384 

Tickel. Robert Monroe 384 

Tickle. Terrence Stephen 384 

Tiedemann. Barrie 284 

Tiedeman. Nancy Lynn 98, 338 

Tilden, Buddy 291 

Tilden. Douglas F 370 

Tiller, Claude Baker, Jr 413 

Tillery. Jack 266 

Tillman. Nancy Wood 98, 370 

Timmons, Judith Marie 384 

Tinkham, Spencer Felton 384 

Tinkler. John Bruce . . 338 

Tips. Robert Kern . 338 

Tison, Joseph Southwood 370 

Titchener, John David, Jr. 384 

Tittle, William Stewart 384 

Toan, Dorelle 417 

Tocce, Harry Vincent, Jr 338 

Todd, William Hoyt 406 

Tolar. Ned Randall 384 

Tone. Pascal Franchot 384 

Toole, Bennv Byron 413 

Topkins, Robert M 358 

Topkins, William Cagle 370 

Toppell, Kenneth Lawrence 166, 358 
Topping, Evelyn Barringer . 358 

Topping, John Harrison 156, 370 
Townsend, Haynes Wayland 384 

Townsend, Jerry Lynn 338 

Townsend, William Hugh 77, 136. 339 
Townson. Grace Winifred 112.339 
Tov. Wanda Sue . . 417 
Trachtenberg. Ronald Lee 358 

Trainer. Michael Gene 148. 339 
Trammell. Jerry C. Jr 397 



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Travis, Carl Sidney 384 

Travis, Jennie Kay 1 19, 358 

Trawick, David E. 395 

Traynham, Donald Mitchell 358 

Traynor, John Michael 291 

Trenbath. Richard Stockton 

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Trent. William Cecil, Jr 142, 370 

Trickey, Fred Logan 384 

Triplett, John Chester 370 

Tripp, Gilbert Allen 358 

Tripp, Jimmy Noah 408 

Trogdon, Calvin Lancaster . 370 

Tromba, Charles Barrett 408 

Troy. Helen June 370 

Trueblood. Reginald Gordon 339, 413 

Truett, Benny Edward 384 

Trull, Charles Scott 72, 358 

Trull, James Larry 130,339 

Tsarganos. Michael G 339 

Tucker. Alice-Anne W 358 

Tucker. John Stanley 339 

Tucker. William Beverly. Ill 403 

Tufts. Robert Ware 384 

Tull, Marilyn Markell . ... 339 
Tulloch. George Harmon . . 384 

Tunstall. Joan Elizabeth 116,339 

Turbeville, Jim-.y M. 358 

Turnbull, Katherine Lawrence 71,339 
Turner, Donald William 182. 358 

Turner. Elizabeth Kay 358 

Turner. Gerald Pinkney 396 

Turner, John Edwin 384 

Turner, John Pate 358,433 

Turner, Joseph Graham, Jr. 126, 339 
Turner, Lynwood Clifton. Jr. 162, 358 

Turner. Marshall Lee. Jr 370 

Turner. Roy Steven 384 

Turner. Susan Martel .109,358 

Turner, William Clark, Jr. 284, 339 

Turpin, Sally Wise 1 14, 358 

Tuthill. Ronald Floyd .266,370 

Tuthill, Walter Warren, Jr 399 

Tutterow. Kenneth Ervin .339 

Tuttle, Donald L 189 

Tuttle, Jay Robert 339 

Tuttle. Roland Luther. Jr. 339 

Twamley, Joseph V 275 

Twiddy, Curtis Andrew 384 

Tver, Steven Moran 384 

Tvler, Anne Madison 339 

Tvndall. Alvin Ray 75, 384 

Tvndall. John Raymond ... 339 

Tvsinger. Henrv Wilson. Ill 370 

Tysinger. Ronnie Charles .358 

Tyson, David F. 384 

Tyson. Judith Ann 98. 417. 420 



Ulfelder, John Carleton 

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Ullman. Lorna Louise 
Umberger. Wallace Randolph 
Umstead. Vivian Louise 
Underbill. Catherine Ann 
Underwood. David Pollock . 
Underwood, Elaine Willcox 
Underwood. Robert Lee. Jr. 
Underwood. William Emmett. 
Upchurch. Frank Jefferson 
Upchurch. Malcolm Thurston, 
Upchurch. Tommy Dorsey 
Upp. Lindell Frarices 81, 

Upshaw. Arthur McAllen, III 

Upton. Jack Herndon 

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Vail, Carol Ann 177, 358 

Vallianos, Bessie Toula 339 

Vandenborre, Suzanne M. ... 114, 416 
Vanderberry, Robert Carroll, Jr. 

162, 370 

Van Doeren, Katharine 358 

Van Eck. L. Frederick 189 

Van Lear, Murray Martin, II 370, 432 
Van Noppen, John James, IV 358 

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Wells, William Smith 93, 341 

Wellstone, Paul David 385 

Welsh, Jesse Luckey, Jr 407 

Wesley, Ralph Norman 402 

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Westfall, Barry Franz 146, 266, 359 
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Westmoreland, Melinda 75. 109,421 

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Wetzell. Fraderick Scott 385 

Whaley. Hubert Glenn. Jr. 385 

Whatley. Joseph Hiram 385 

Whealton. Aluah Powell , . 385 
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Whisonant, Don Stuart 342 

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Whitaker, Gary ' 389 

Whitaker, George Graves 385 

Whitaker, Lou 113 

Whitaker, Phillip Stewart 371 

White, Charles Craig 385 

White, Charles R. L. 390 

White. Edward Dale 385 

White. Eleanor Kay 415 

While. Geoffrey Ross 385 

White, Gilbert Case 385 

White, James Grady 400 

White, Jerry Dean 342 

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White, Joseph Michael 266, 371 

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White, Katherine Beverly 417 

White, Lowry Grulee 385 

White, Mary Stuart 118, 342 

White, Milbern Charles, Jr. 371 

White, Nancy Long 177, 359 

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White, Paul Gaston, Jr. 342 

White. Ralph Alexander. Jr. 390 

White. Ralph Lawrence. Jr. 342 

White. Spencer Wommack 342 

White. Thomas Jackson. Ill 

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Whitehead, Charles Michael 71. 385 
Whitehead. Lewis Willard. Jr. 385 
Whiteheart, Donald Sidnev, Jr. 385 

Whitehill. Arthur M, Jr 189 

White-Hurst. Anne Velma 359 

Whitehurst. Walter Clayton. Jr. 

134.359 

Whilener. John Wilfred 391 

Whiteside. Carl Thomas , 371 

Whitfield. Bobby Gene 371 

Whitfield. Charlie 402 

Whitfield. Elizabeth Carlisle , 419 

Whitfield. Sandra Bryant 342 

Whitfield, William Jerry 371 

Whitlev, Anna Patricia 416,420 

Whitlev, Evelyn Jane 359 

Whitlev, Harvey Franklin 371 

Whitlev, Jack West 371 

Whitley, John Bryan 389 

Whitlev, Philip Watf 385 

Whitlev, Robert Riley 126, 371 

Whittle, Heath 284 

Whitlock, Diane Elizabeth 177,342 
Whitlock, Paul Wilson, Jr. 342 

Whitson. Theodore Clark . 400 

Whittle. Andrew Heath, Jr. 296. 342 
Whvte, Barbara Elizabeth 418 

Wicke, John Michael 385 

Wicker, Robert Ambrose 71, 385 

Wicker, William 409 

Wierman, Frederic 390 

Wiggs, Jon L 82,385 

Wilday, Dave 291 



Iday, James R 

Ider, Bobby Hugh 
Ider, David Marcom 
Ider, Richard Burton 
les. C. Dave 1 

les, Gary Arnold 2 

Ikerson, Donald Morris 1 
Ikerson, Robert Douglas 
Ikerson, Thomas Farrar 
Ikes, Frank Gilbreath 
Ikes, Franklin John, Jr. 
Ikes. James Renwick. HI 
Ikie, Frederic Austin. Jr. 
Ikins. Charles Putnam 
Ikins, Edward Vernon 
Ikins, Hildreth Floyd, Jr. 
Ikinson. David Herbert 
Hard. Ken 

Hard. Spencer DuWayne 2 
lliams. Baird 

Bernard Franklin, Jr 

lliams. Berry Lynn 

lliams, Bobby 

lliams, Charles Eugene 

lliams, Charles Goodrich 

lliams, David M 

lliams, David Ramsay 1 

lliams, David Robert 
lliams, Douglas Dwight ,2 
lliams. Durward Robert 

lliams. Frank 

lliams. Gary Cecil 
lliams, Henry Clayton 
lliams, James Edward, Jr. 
lliams, James Larry 
lliams, John Buxton, III 
lliams, John Hopkins, III 
lliams. Joseph John 
lliams. Judith Bennett 
lliams. Larry Albert 
lliams. Lewis Daughtrey. Jr 
Mark (Jliver 
Mich.iel Robert 



Milchc 



Richard 

Neil K 

lliams. Paul J. 
lliams. Peter David 
lliams. Ralph Benjamin 
lliams. Rhoderick Thomas, Jr. 
190. 
lliams, Richard Darwin 
lliams, Richard Dudley 
lliams, Richard Evans 
lliams, Richard Mackenzie 
lliams, Robert Lee 
lliams, Russell Everett, Jr. 
lliams, Sara Ann 109, 177, 

lliams, Sara Jane 
lliams, Thomas Baker 342, 
lliams, Thomas Wade 55, 

, Willie 



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Napie 
Jr 



mson, John Perrv 
lliamson, Thomas Bright 158, 

lliamson, Yates 

lliard, Helen G 108, 

lliford, Marianna , . 177, 
lliford, Thomas Alton 
lliman, Joseph Paul 
llingham, Edward Haynes 51, 
llingham, John Francis 
llingham, Weyman Theodore 
llis. Barbara Ann 
His. Benjamin Sheppard, Jr. 

67.73,134, 

llis, Henry Norton 

llis, Phillip Michael 

llis, Robert Chadwick, Jr 

llis, Sandra Lynn 

lis, Virginia Lee Ill, 

llson, Leroy Montgomery, Jr. 

Ison, Augustus Dean 

Ison, Clyde Norman, Jr. 

Ison. David Burke 

Ison, David K., Jr. 124, 128, 

Ison, David Newton 

Ison, David Scott 172, 187, 

Ison, Estilla Rebecca 177, 

Ison, Franklin. Jr. 

Ison. Harold Lamar, Jr. 

Ison, Harold Lee , 152. 

Ison, Hugh M 

, James Emmett, HI , , , , 

Ison, John David 

Ison, John Steven 

Ison, Martin Luther 76, 

Ison, Pat 

Ison, Robert White, Jr. 
Ison. Robert Woodrow 
Ison. Thornton Rogers, Jr. 

ndes. Thomas Calvin 

ndley. Heber W., Jr 

ndley, Larry Weston 

nfree, James Huntley 



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STUDEriT inDEX 



Name Pages 

Winner. Dennis Jay 154, 343 

Winslow, James Elbert 371 

Winstead, Charles Leigh 385 

Winstead, Charlotte Suzanne 

120, 281,419 

Winston, Robert Ward. Jr. .51, 371 

Winter, Wilburn Jackson, Jr 385 

Winters, Esther Cecilia 359 

Winters, Harold Vernon ... 138, 343 

Winters, Jimmy Gray 343 

Wise, Bob 275 

Wise, George Vearguard, Jr. ... 359 

Wise, Julia Melverda 385 

Wishon. Brenda Fay 343 

Witherspoon, Walter Pennington, Jr. 

395 

Withrow, Robert Parker , 359 

Witort, Edward A., Jr 385 

Witt, Peter Ray 371 

Witz, Wolfgang . . 385 

Wolf. Robert William 385 

Wolfe, Charles Julian 142, 371 

Wolfe, James Lawrence 343 

Wolfe, Mark Gregory 359 

Wolfe, Martha Neilson . 106, 108, 343 
Wollin, Ernst George . 385 

Womack, Flora Jane 88. 106, 118, 343 
Womack, Joanne Howard .. 359 

Wommack, Spencer Thomas, HI 371 
Wood, Arnold Terry 390 

Wood, Charles Edward 359 

Wood, Craig B 175, 359 

Wood, Jerry Franklin 396 

Wood, Linda Ellen 359 

Wood, Mary Susan 177, 359 

Wood. Robert Michael 178. 406 

Wood. Sandra Ann 407 

Wood. Thomas Brodnax. Jr. 266, 371 

Wood. William Pennuel 385 

Wood, William Bennett, Jr. .275,371 

Woodall, Edward Marshall 389 

Woodall, Harold Bert 371 

Woodall, William Eric, Jr 371 

Woodard. Aubrey Otis, HI 359 

Woodard, Barney Paul, Jr 408 

Woodard. James Charles. Jr 371 

Woodcock. Neil Reaves 385 

Wooden, Jane S 417, 420 

Wooden, Warren W 343 

Woodley, Samuel Spruill, Jr 389 

Woodrow, Dick 288 



Name Pages 

Woodruff, Robert Edward 359 

Woodward, Betty Gail 

72, 106, 116, 302, 343 

Woodward, Susan Holly 

84,93,108,243 

Woody, Allen Auman 385 

Woody, Robert Edward 371 

Woody, Sidney Lane 395 

Woody, William Edney 371 

Wooten, Billy Lee .371 

Wooten, Hubert Kendall J85 

Wooten, Robin Nathaniel, Jr. . . ,401 

Wootton. Virginia Iris .343 

Worley. George William. Jr. 182,343 

Worley, Samuel H 359 

Worrell, Kenneth Edward 385 

Worth. Julia Andrews 1 12, 343 

Worth, Thomas Clarkson , 144,343 
Worthington, James Lee ... .291, 343 
Wrench. Howard Carson 182, 359 

Wrenn, Franklin Lafayette . .371 
Wright, Bryan. Jr. . ,71,359 

Wright, Charles William 359 

Wright, Gail Patterson 177, 359 

Wright, Gary Wayne 385 

Wright, Judith Clifton 415 

Wright. Linda Jean .119, 177, 359 

Wright, Marilyn Joyce 421 

Wright, Seaborn 385 

Wright, William Fletcher 385 

Wrye. Chuck 54 

Wuamett. William Vernon 343 

Wuensch. Marc 371 

Wyatt, John Clifford 371 

Wyatt, Julian Freeman, Jr 385 

Wygal, Donna Ruth 359 

Wyman, George Cutter 128, 359 

Wysong, David Andrew 1 34. 343 



Yancey, Thomas Baugh 371 

Yates, Mumford Radford 158 

Yates, Ralph Lee 343 



Name Pages 

Yates, Stephen Keith 266, 343 

Yeager, Jane Carolyn 109, 298, 359 

Yeargan, Sherman A., Jr 371 

Yeatts. Ralph Leroy 359 

Yelton. Virginia Carole 385 

Yelverton. Paula Anne 418 

Yelverton. William Frisby .132. 343 
Yenches. John Lawrence, H . . 385 

Yett, Marian P. Saylor 413 

Yoder, James C. 371 

Yoder, Jean Carman .69,77,343,420 

Yokley, John Hale, Jr 385 

Yost, William Francis 396 

Youmans, Charles Prince 394 

Young, Bill 275 

Young, David Marion 385 

Young, James Blake, Jr 158, 371 

Young, Jon Paul 371 

Yoimg, Nancy Rebecca 359 

Young, Ronald Edwin 409 

Young, Sherrill Franklin, Jr 371 

Young, Stephen Wiley 343 

Young, Terrell Robert 359 

Young, Victor Peniston, Jr 371 

Young, William Marion 371 

Yount, David Eugene 385 

Yount, James Alvin 19t, 403 

Younis, Ronald Wesley 385 



Zaback, Robert Joseph 266, 297, 343 

Zachary, Stephen Vander 385 

Zachary, Terry Lynn 371 

Zahran, Lucy Marie 188, 406 

Zalk, Richard Alan 57, 166, .343 

Zaron, Jo Ann 417 

Zarro, Richard 266 

Zaslav, Michael Jay 371 

Zauber, Milton Hersh 385 

Zimmerman, George Macauley 

72, 292, 296, 343 

Zimmerman, Sandra Joyce 417 



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THE LRST HURRRH 



The histor)' of the 1963 Yiickely Yack is told in the list of 
names to the right of this column. Foremost, we would like 
to thank Sam Applegate who did all and a little more than 
a business manager should in his conscientious and level- 
headed efforts. Equally valuable, managing editors Faye 
Webster and John Howe were responsible for gathering and 
running an exceptional staff, and making sure that most of 
the thankless work was accomplished: they couldn't have been 
any better. 

In the final analysis, a yearbook is judged on the excellence 
of its photography. Although grossly overworked, Warren 
Sams and Dick Zalk brought to their photographic efforts an 
interest and creative intelligence that has produced, we think, 
some of the best pictures in Yack history. The same can be 
said for Frank Crowell who handled the beauty section with 
a forthright enthusiasm that has made these portraits much 
more than a cliched commonplace. Jim Wallace, of the DTH. 
was a great help, too, in the preparation of the feature section. 

A special mention goes to Charles Chinnis who perhaps 
gave more of his time than anyone in handling the monstrous 
brunt of both the feature and senior class sections. Com- 
parably, the clever talents of Cole Waddell and the dogged 
efficiency of Neil Thomas are a fundamental of the book. The 
same being applicable to Jack Thomas and Sherry Stone, 
Harold Le\inson and Dickie Gelberman, Billy Robinson and 
Bill Carter, and Jay Densmore and Martin Freedland, who all 
handled their sections with imagination and a laudable com- 
petency. 

The preparation of the ofttimes tedious class sections. 
super\'ised by our managing editors, was accomplished ver)' 
smoothly, thanks to Bob Speight, Carol Poetzsch, Grace 
Brinkley, Sue Grimes, Carolyn Plott, Popie Carter, Ginger 
Bell, Jimmy Harris, and John Lansche. 

There are a few more very important individuals to whom 
the '63 Yuck owes a great deal of gratitude. Among them is 
Sam Blumberg who served as a general handyman in getting 
all the sometimes little, but vital tasks done. The only reason 
that there is a dormitory section at all is because of the deter- 
mination of George Rosental who was able to do a year's 
work in barely days. Ann Ogden was of great help with the 
indispensable index. The always dedicated staff members were 
exemplified by people like Carol Morde and Sonja Floyd. 
Barrie Bayi-rle inadvertently perhaps, provided us laughs when 
we needed them the most. 

The thought provoking copy found in the introductory sec- 
tion is the work of John Justice, a very talented and perceptive 
individual. We hope that his efforts will be read and dis- 
cTJssed; his words are viable proof that a yearbook can have 
more substance than a mere picture book. The entire copy of 
the Yack is oriented in this respect. 

Outside the staff, we would sincerely like to thank Mr. 
Frank Fleming and Washburn Printing Co., Charlotte Engrav- 
ing and Smith Studios for their co-operation in giving us a 
finely crafted '63 Yack. As usual. Price Coursey of Charlotte 
Engraving proved to be the real backbone of our book with 
his wealth of experience, patience, and understanding. 

The Publications Board, and especially its chairman Bill 
Townsend, assisted in providing a needed sounding board 
for purposeful and intelligent direction. 

The fine color photographs in the book are the work of a 
very capable and very gracious man, Mr. Hugh Morton of 
Wilmington. 



Our unique beauty section owes its existence to the generous 
co-operation of the girls themselves and: the Norfolk and 
Western Railroad, The Durham Sun-Herald. Liggett and Myers 
Tobacco Co., Erwin Mills, Nello Teer Construction Company, 
Coman Lumber Company, Eastern Airlines, WUNC-TV, 
Chapel Hill Police Department, and Duke Department of 
Mechanical Engineering. 

This, then, is the 1963 Yackety Yack. Our staff believes it 
to be a good book, but then, that is only for its readers to 
judge and hopefully enjoy. 



1963 YflCKETY YRCK 

editor lotiis legum 

business manager sam applegate 

managing editors faye webster and John howe 

assistant to the editor sam blumberg 

features and senior editor charles chinnis 

assistant bob Speight 

junior editors carol poetzsch, grace brinkley 

sophomore editor bill davis 

freshmen editors sue grimes, carolyn plott 

sororities editor sherry stone 

assistant sonja floyd 

fraternities editor jack thomas 

assistant sloan craveling 

fine arts and publications editor cole waddell 

assistant carol morde 

professional fraternities editor billy robinson. 

bill carter 
administration and academics editor barrie bayerle 
sports editors harold levinson, dickie gelberman 
beauty contest editors martin lancaster, steve dennis 
student government editor neil thomas 
rote and religion editor jay densmore 
iiealth affairs editors popie carter, ginger bell 
lair, pharmacy, and public health editors 

jimmy harris, John lansche 
hoiioraries editor martin freedland 
dormitories editor g^orge rosental 
index editor ann ogden 

photographers warren sams. richard zalk. frank croicell 

staff dick f Older, lee lokay, judy broiining, sara 

camlin, margaret colison, cathy underbill, 

barbara manspeld, ruth mcdonald. jim 

muchmore, cathy burr 

special contributors John justice, henry maynr, 
jim Wallace, hugh morton, harry delung, 
jeannie kleitman, mary beth Wallace, currie 
kirkpalrick, larry mcdevitt 



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