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Atlanta, Georgia 



PAT GRIFFIN 

Editor 

PENNY JONES 

Business Manager 

DR. MARTIN L. ABBOTT 

Faculty Advisor 

DANA LOU HOWE 

Assistant Editor 

DAVE ALLEN 

Photographer 



CONTENTS 

INTRODUCTION 

FACULTY and ADMINISTRATION 

CLASSES 

ORGANIZATIONS 

HONORS 

ACTIVITIES 

SPORTS 

ADVERTISEMENTS 




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HORPE 




FOREWORD 



These are our lives. 

The tale they tell is that of cram sessions, jam sessions, and examina- 
tion blues; of moments filled with madness, gladness, and mirth. 

Yet it is a story that tells no less of hopes held fast, of dreams possessed, 
of yearnings pursued. 

Above all, it is a chronicle of a quest, of a ceaseless search for height 
and depth and wideness. 

From such stuff has been forged life at the Oglethorpe we know and 
love. 

The editor and her staff join in a hope that this book faithfully por- 
trays the spirit of that life as it here is lived. 





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In appreciation of his unobtrusive but sincere interest in the student, 
his ability as teacher and scholar, and his refreshing and lively personality, 
we, the staff of the 1959-1960 Yamacraw, dedicate this issue to . . . 



Br. Martin X. Abbott 

who introduced many of us to the "Johnny Rebs" of the Confederaq^ and 
the "Billy Yanks" of the Union in his Civil War and American History 
classes. Perhaps it is as a professor of history that he has made his greatest 
contribution to the students, for he has the rare inspiration that makes 
history a living and meaningful study. Students crowd his classes in spite 
of the high standard of his requirements and they will tell of their enjoy- 
ment of this participation in learning. 

Recognized, too, are Dr. Abbott's scholarly achievements. His reviews 
of books and articles published in the historical journals bring credit to 
him and to the University. 

As advisor to the Blue Key National Honor Fraternity in past years, 
and the Varsity Club and Yamacraw this year, Dr. Abbott has become a 
close and helpful associate in campus activities. 

But, above all, it is for the confidence he creates in his students that he 
becomes a respected teacher, friend, and advisor. 





FACULTY and 
ADMINISTRATION 



THE PRESIDENT SPEAKS . , , 



THE INDIVIDUAL IN SEARCH OF TRUTH, BEAUTY AND GOODNESS 

The theme of this year's Yamacraw, although by no means new, has a contemporary appro- 
priateness. For more than 2500 years scholars have studied and described this search for truth, 
beauty and goodness. In every generation these concepts are redefined, and in every significant life 
these ideas have been interpreted in experience and behavior. 

The Oglethorpe Plan in its purposes and structure is concerned with truth, beauty and 
goodness. Every graduate knows that these ideals are emphasized in specific courses and in the 
pattern of courses illustrated by the divisional organization. These ideas are implicit in many aspects 
of the University. 

In a society in which truth seems often distorted in the interests of expediency, in which 
there are public scandals as a result of deliberate falsehoods, in which dishonesty on some campuses 
is widespread, in which facts are distorted for political ends, the consideration of the idea of truth 
becomes more than mere academic discussion. The search for truth is more than a protest against 
the false; it is a positive quest for knowledge and wisdom. 

In a society in which creativity is often expressed in distorted art forms, in which unchecked 
growth of ugliness characterizes our cities, in which art is exploited by crude commercialisms, in 
which the fine arts are relegated to minor roles in the educational system, the idea of beauty — giving 
rich significance to experience — becomes a precious thing. 

In a society in which values of material success, of power and prestige, of immediate satis- 
factions, are over-emphasized; in which racial tensions are rampant; in which crime and delinquency 
have reached frightening proportions; in which international distrust has threatened the peace; 
there can be no greater need than an emphasis on ethical belief and action. 

Truth, beauty and goodness cannot be taught by simple formulas. They are ideals that should 
dominate the purposes of our behavior. At Oglethorpe, we hope that these ideals may find expression 
in each student and that the experience of being a student at Oglethorpe may develop a sincere 
respect and an energetic search for the truth regardless of the consequences, for appreciation and 
expression of beauty, and for ethical standards and a stable moral character. This is the respon- 
sibility of each person. 




DONALD C. AGNEW, President 

A.B. (Park College) 
M.A., Ph.D. (Duke University) 



GEORGE C. SEWARD, Dean 

B.A. (Amherst) 
Ph.D. (Tuebingen) 






LUCILLE Q. AGNEW 

B.A. (Furman) 
M.A. (Duke) 



ARTHUR BIELER 

B.A. (New York University) 

M.A. (Middlebury) 

Docteur de I'Universite (Paris) 



DIVISION OF 





WENDELL H. BROWN 

B.S. (Puget Sound) 
M.A. (Columbia) 



BERNARD COHEN 

A.B., M.A. (University of Maryland) 
Ph.D. (Indiana University) 





LUCIAN COHEN 

A.B. (Winthrop) 
M.A. (Duke) 



STANLEY M. DAUGERT 
B.A., M.A., Ph.D. (Columbia) 



HUMAN UNDERSTANDING 





HARRY DOBSON 

Institute of Musical Arts, N. Y. 
Study, Berlin, Fontainebleau, London 



INGE MANSKI LUNDEEN 

Study at Indiana University 

and Curtiss Institute 

Metropolitan Opera Company 




GEORGE C. SEWARD 

B.A. (Amherst) 
Ph.D. (Tuebingen) 



DIVISION OF HUMAN UNDERSTANDING 




RAYMOND TOUBMAN 

B.Mus., M.A. (Boston University) 
M.S. in L.S. (Simmons College) 




WILLIAM A. EGERTON 

(University of North Carolina) 
(University of Tennessee Law School) 



DIVISION OF BUSINESS 




JAMES R. MILES 

B.A., B.S. (Alabama) 
M.B.A. (Ohio State) 




MARTIN L. ABBOTT 

B.A. (Presbyterian College) 
M.A., Ph.D. (Emory) 



DIVISION OF 




LEO BILANCIO 

B.A. (Knox College) 
M.A. (University of North Carolina) 




CITIZENSHIP 




WILLIAM A. CARROLL 

A.B. (Brown University) 
M.A. (Georgetown University) 




W. A. L. COULBORN 
B.Sc, M.B.E. (University of London) 



A. CHEEVER CRESSY, JR. 

B.A. (Tufts) 
M.A., Ph.D. (Fletcher School of 
Law and Diplomacy) 



ARTHUR L. COHEN 

B.A. (Stanford) 
M.A., Ph.D. (Harvard) 







ROY N. GOSLIN 

B.A. (Nebraska Wesleyan) 
M.A. (Wyoming) 



BERNICE R. HILLIARD 
B.A., M.Ed. (Oglethorpe) 




DIVISION OF 





SCIENCE 




J. KENNEDY HODGES 

B.A. (Wofford) 

M.A. (Duke) 

Ph.D. (North Carolina) 




GEORGE F. WHEELER 

B.A. (Ohio State) 
M.S. (California Institute of Technology) 



LOIS WILLIAMSON 
B.A., M.A. (Oglethorpe) 







L. "POP" CROW 
B.A. (Nebraska) 



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B.S. (Oglethorpe) 
M.A. (Emory) 



ELGIN MacCONNELL 

B.A. (Allegheny) 
M.A. (New York University) 



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GARLAND PINHOLSTER 

B.S. (North Georgia College) 
M.A. (Peabody) 



COMMUNITY SERVICE 





RICHARD M. RESER 

B.A. (King) 

M.A. (Peabody) 

Ph.D. (North Carolina) 



BARBARA S. UEHLING 

B.A. (University of Wichita) 
M.A., Ph.D. (Northwestern University) 




MAJORIE MACCONNELL 
Registrar 

DANIEL UFFNER 

Assistant to the President 



CAROL TUCKER 
Bursar 

RICHARD BRUSCHKE 

Comptroller 



ADMINISTRATIVE 



JEANNE CRESSY 
Secretary to the President 

HELEN ABBOTT 
Secretary to the Dean 



RUTH LOVELL 

Manager of Bookstore and 
Post Office 



JANE SCHOENFELD 

Secretary to the Assistant 
to the President 




GLENDA BALOWSKY 
Assistant to the Registrar 

ANNE CROWDER 
Assistant to the Bursar 



RAYMOND TOUBMAN 
Librarian 

MIKE MURPHEY 
Field Representative 




STAFF 



BERNICE MILLIARD 

Resident Counselor for Women 

RICHARD BARKSDALE 
Resident Counselor for Upperclass Men 




LENORA BALDWIN 

College Nurse 

CHIEF" SEWELL EDWARDS 
Campus Policeman 

LOUIS NASH 
Cafeteria Manager 




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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

President Jim Calhoun 

Vice-President Gail Wynn 

Secretary Jan Mundorff 

Treasurer Nancy Simmons 

Parliamentarian Barbara Ramsden 





HAROLD LEMAR ADAIR 

Bachelor of Science 

Dallas, Georgia 

Who's Who 



JOE S. ALEXANDER 

Bachelor of Science 

Columbus, Georgia 
Boar's Head Honor Fraternity; President 
LeConte Honor Science Society; Honor Com- 
mittee; Interactivity Committee; Players; 
Toastmasters; Assistant Editor Stormy Pe- 
trel; Yamacraw; Vice-President Blue Key; 
Public Relations Committee. 





JERRY BART AYERS 

Bachelor of Science 
Atlanta, Georgia 



SIDNEY M. BARBANEL 

Bachelor of Science 
Charleston, South Carolina 





NORMAN LEE BARRETT 

Bachelor of Arts 
Dallas, Georgia 



ROBERT WILLIAM BOOKER 

Bachelor of Arts 
Gadsden, Alabama 
Vice-President and President of Humanics; 
Freshman Class Treasurer; Sophomore Class 
President; Alpha Phi Omega; Editor Stormy 
Petrel; Sports Editor Yamacraw; Saints; 
Circle "K"; Social Committee. 




JOHN W. BURGESS 

Bachelor of Arts 
Alpharetta, Georgia 




JAMES RICHARD CALHOON 

Bachelor of Science 
Columbus, Ohio 
Players; International Relations Club; So- 
cial Committee Treasurer; Libertarian Socie- 
ty; Student Council; Senior Class President. 





FRANCIS EUGENE COLE 

Bachelor of Arts 

Lakeland, Florida 

Blue Key 



TOM E. DEACON 

Bachelor of Science 

Lincoln, Nebraska 
President Freshman Class; Saints; Varsity 
Tennis; Treasurer Student Body; Editor of 
Yamacraw; Blue Key; Boar's Head Award; 
Circle "K"; Interactivity Committee. 





ROBERT I. DOYAL 

Bachelor of Arts 

Atlanta, Georgia 
National Education Association; Blue Key; 
Boar's Head; Alpha Phi Omega. 



JAY DEE DYE 

Bachelor of Science 
Ansley, Louisiana 
Varsity Basketball; Freshman Coach; Intra- 
mural Director; Honor Court; Interactivity 
Committee. 





MARY JEAN FLETCHER 
Bachelor of Arts 
Atlanta, Georgia 



SANDRA McGINNIS HENDRICK 

Bachelor of Arts 

Shelby, North Carolina 





CHARLES OLIVER JACKSON 

Bachelor of Arts 
Atlanta, Georgia 



FRANCINE A. KLEIN 

Bachelor of Science 
Detroit, Michigan 
Secretary Freshman Class; Yamacraw; 
Sophomore Class Vice-President; Junior 
Class President; Duchess Club Treasurer; 
Duchess Club President; LeConte Society; 
Who's Who. 





JAMES DONALD LENTZ 

Bachelor of Scieiice 

Cedartown, Georgia 
Piedmont College: President Sophomore 
Class; Vice-President "P" Club; President 
Literary Society; Basketball; Baseball. Uni- 
versity of the South: Phi Delta Theta; Or- 
der of the Gownsmen; Basketball; Foot- 
ball; Track. Oglethorpe University: Bas- 
ketball; Baseball; Blue Key; Vice-President 
Varsity Club. 



ROBERT W. LOFTIN 

Bachelor of Arts 
Montgomery, Alabama 
Honor Court; Honor Committee Chairman; 
Alpha Phi Omega; Lyceum Committee; 
Players; Boar's Head; Blue Key; Vice-Presi- 
dent of Student Council; Saints; Who's 
Who. 





BARBARA MARIE MARSH 

Bachelor of Arts 
Charleston, South Carolina 
Publicity Chairman; Stormy Petrel; Cheer- 
leader; National Education Association; 
Newman Club; Duchess Club; Yamacraw 
Gun Club Secretary; Student Council Sec- 
retary. 



ROBERT DAVID MARTIN 

Bachelor of Science 
Savannah, Georgia 





JAN EDWARD MUNDORFF 

Bachelor of Arts 
Starke, Florida 
Alpha Phi Omega; Lyceum Council; Inter- 
activity Committee; Yamacraw Art Editor; 
Stormy Petrel; Saints; Senior Class Secre- 
tary; Boar's Head; Social Committee; Play- 
ers; Public Relations; Junior Toastmasters. 



HOLLI NEESON 

Bachelor of Arts 

Atlanta, Georgia 
Stormy Petrel; Players; College Guest Editor 
for Mademoiselle Magazine, 1959- 





ANDREW JERRY OLSON 

Bachelor of Science 
Far Rockaway, New York 



BARBARA ANN RAMSDEN 
Bachelor of Arts 
Stone Mountain, Georgia 
Players; Canterbury Club; Social Committee; 
Stormy Petrel; Duchess Club; Junior Class 
Secretary; Senior Class Parliamentarian; 
Dorm President. 





NANCY S. SIMMONS 
Bachelor of Arts 
Decatur, Georgia 
Cheerleading; Co-Chairman Social Commit- 
tee; Stormy Petrel; Duchess Club; Chorus; 
Canterbury Club; Treasurer Senior Class. 



WILLIS W. SMOOT 

Bachelor of Arts 
Atlanta, Georgia 





MARY JOE WALLACE 

Bachelor of Arts 
Georgetown, Kentucky 



NANCY ELIZABETH WILLIAMS 

Bachelor of Arts 

Atlanta, Georgia 
Cheerleader; Honor Court; Yamacraw Book 
Editor; Interactivity Committee; Duchess 
Club; Vice-President National Education 
Association. 





PENNYE K. WILSON 

Bachelor of Arts 

Atlanta, Georgia 
Yamacraw; Duchess Club; Social Commit- 
tee; Players; Humanics; Cheerleader; Stu- 
dent Council President; Interactivity Com- 
mittee; Freshman Class Vice-President; 
Who's Who. 



DeETTA GAIL WYNN 

Hazlehurst, Georgia 

Chorus: Yamacraw Gun Club; Yamacraw 

Woman's Rifle Team; Vice-President Senior 

Class. 



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THE OFFICIAL 
OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY CLASS RINGS 




Designed 
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of 
Oglethorpe University 



Men's Ring 





Ladies' Ring 




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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

President Ronny Knopf 

Vice-President Wayne Dobbs 

Secretary Barbara Baughman 

Treasurer Whitey LeBlanc 

Parliamentarian Pat Griffin 



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Virginia Amason 



Allen Ault 



Barbara Baughman 



Neal Bailey 



Lynne Burks 



Barbara Coffey 



Roger Couch 



Nona Davis 




Wayne Dobbs 



Shelia Donohue 



Pat Griffin 



Joe Harb 



Dave Harvey 



Jim Harvey 



Dana Lou Howe 



Phillip Howell 




Sam Hudgins 



Harvey Hudson 



Marie Hunt 



"Penny" Jones 




Ronny Knopf 



Martha Laird 



Whitey LeBlanc 



Fred Lubs 




Bill Malone 



James Mann 



Woon Churl Paik 



Tony Paredes 



Bob Powell 



Roy Rogers 



Fred Schatzman 



Charles Teachey 




Margaret Thrasher 



Carolyn Webb 



Marc Weinberg 



Robin Wynn 




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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 

President Bob Olson 

Vice-President Charlotte Shirah 

Secretary Lynn Alexander 

Treasurer Pat Miller 

Parliamentarian Becky Floyd 




Lyn Alexander 
Charles Alford 
Pat Arnold 



Wilma Beggs 
Carolyn Bond 
Jim Borum 



Carolyn Cobb 
Pat Cooper 
Ben Crawford 



Susan Dalton 
Ginger Dewhirst 
Bobbi Dexter 



Russell Eisenman 



Bill Flammer 



Becky Floyd 




Derril Gay 
Diane Goldstein 
Joyce Gravel 



Jack Greear 
Johnny Guthrie 
Becca Harbor 



Jim Hazelwood 
Tom Hewlett 
Pledger Hodges 



Paula Hofmann 
Martha Hoss 
Barbara James 



John Jay 
Janet Kennedy 
Larry King 




Bonnie McGurn 
Pat Miller 
Raybon Morris 



Tommy Norwood 
Bob Olson 
Orvan Oxen rider 



Martha Pool 
Charlotte Ray 
Charlotte Shirah 



Aviva Shwinger 
Paul Teachey 
Gail Walker 




FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 

President Johnny Griggs 

Vice-President Richard Greene 

Secretary Sara Mac Smith 

Treasurer Cookie Pool 

Parliamentarian Erie Scharff 




Dave Allen 
Mike Allison 
Mary Lou Anderson 
Albert Baer 



Arnold Baker 
Glenda Balowsky 
Charlotte Bennett 
Barry Bishop 



Ken Borden 
Karin Brown 
David Browning 
Gwenda Cannon 



Martha Church 
Victor Citarella 
Elizabeth Coker 
Mike Correll 




Joe Crea 
Wonda Crow 
Ed DeGross 
Penny Dorsey 



Lynn Drury 
Lynda Duncan 
Ed Feldman 
Carole George 



Richard Greene 
Effie Gresham 
Johnny Griggs 
Fatma Gulluoglu 



Cabot Gupton 
Travis Hames 
Ellen Harvey 
Judy Harvey 




Leighton Hazelgrove 
Harvey Hisaw 
Norman Hughes 
Terry Ingerson 



Kay Kilpatrick 
Anne Latimer 
Gwen Lowry 
Stuart Lynn 



Myrna McDonald 
Mimi McGlothlin 
Pat McMichen 
Steve McMullen 



Morris Mitchell 
Madge Mosteller 
Ellen Mullendore 
Bob Nance 



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Jack Pascal 
LeAnn Payne 
Tommy Phillips 
Cookie Pool 



Belinda Prichard 
Dick Robinson 
Jerry Scarbrough 
Eric Scharff 



Ronald Schwartzberg 
Rosemary Scraggs 
Judy Skiles 
Mary Bob Smith 



Sara Mac Smith 
Elizabeth Stafford 
Shirley Sundgren 
Alice Turner 




Jack Turpin 
Carol Ann Vandegrift 
Joanne VanderByl 
Yvonne Vickery 



Charles Wardlaw 
Don Warters 
Howard Waters 
Lynn White 



Amy Williams 



Tom Wynn 



Lynne Wulfekuhler 





ORGANIZATION 






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SOCIAL COMMITTEE 

The purpose of the Social Committee is to provide for the student body 
activities which iiHl broaden the student's life. 




Co-Chairmen: Nancy Simmons, Jim Harvey 




Left to right: Leann Payne, Barbara Marsh, Ellen Harvey, Effie Gresham. 



CHAPEL COMMITTEE 

The purpose of the Chapel Committee is to provide for the student 
body programs of a religious nature tihich ivill be a benefit to the student. 

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FRONT: Lejt to rigljt: Barbara Bristow, Dana Lou Howe. BACK: Left to right: 
Anne Latimer, Barbara James, Ken Borden, Pat Griffin, Barbara Baughman. 




Dr. Richard M. Reser, Advisor; Dana Lou Howe, Chairman. 



PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE 




The Public Relations Cotnmittee tforks in 
conjunction iiith the Publicity Director of 
the University. 



Chairman 



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Mr. Ufifner, Barbara Coffey, Wanda Crow, Joyce Gravel 



LYCEUM COMMITTEE 



The Lyceum Committee brings to the Lhiiversity those speakers who uill 
be of interest to the student body. 




GaS ^:;C «--e Knopf, ;,„ 



Mundorff, Chai 



--n; Dr. George Seward, 




KNEELING, lejt to right: Ann Latimer, Carol George, Barbara Bristow. SIT- 
TING, left to right: Margaret Blank, Dana Lou Howe, Effie Gresham, Barbara 
Marsh, Ellen Har^■ey. STANDING, left to riglit: David Goekel, Jan Mundorfif, 
and Johnny Griggs. 



ALL FAITHS FELLOWSHIP 




SITTING, left to right: Penny Jones, Dana Lou Howe, Bonnie McGurn, Wilma 
Beggs, Lyn Alexander, Barbara James. STANDING, left to right: Dr. Richard 
Reser, Victor Citarella, Dwight Bayley, Charles Teachey, Mrs. Reser, Joyce Gravel. 



The purpose of A. F. F. is to provide for 
the student an organization in which the 
student can get a clearer understanding of 
other faiths. 





SITTING, left to right Lyn Alexander, 
Treasurer; I3arbara James, Secretary. 
STANDING, left to right: Dwight Bay- 
ley, Vice-President; Dana Lou Howe, 
President; Dr. Richard Reser, Advisor. 



Dr. Richard Reset, Advisor, and 
Dana Lou Howe, President. 



THE OGLETHORPE PLAYERS 

The purpose of the organization is to promote interest of the students in 
theater arts, and to provide opportunities for all to develop their talents 
and inclinations. 




FIRST ROW, left to right: Bob Loftin, Pennye Wilson, Martha Pool, Jan Mun- 
dorff. SECOND ROW, left to right: Orvan Oxenrider, Pat Miller, Ronnie Knopf, 
Barbara Ranisden. THIRD ROW, left to right: Barbara James, Bob Martin, Joyce 
Gra\el, Lyn Alexander. FOURTH ROW, left to right: Jim Harvey, Fred Lubs, 
Whitey LeBlanc. 




Left to right: Whitey LeBlanc, Stage Manager; Pat Miller, Secretary; Ronnie Knopf, 
President; Barbara Ramsden, Publicity Chairman. 



HUMANICS STUDENT ASSOCIATION 




STANDING, left to right: Bob Booker, 
President; "Pop" Crow, Advisor. 




STANDING, left to right: Ronnie Knopf, Second 
Vice-President; Dwight Ba)ley, Treasurer; Bob 
Booker, President; Joe Soldati, First Vice-Presi- 
dent; Janet Kennedy, Secretary. 



The purpose of the Humanics Student Association is to bring together 
all students of Humanics and to broaden their knonledge of the youth 
work field. 




FIRST ROW: Howard Goodwin, Pennye Wilson, 
Barbara James, Foxy Stafford, Myrna McDonald, Pat 
Miller, Whitey LeBlanc, Wilma Beggs, Charles Teachy, 
"Pop" Crow, Advisor. SECOND ROW: Jim Schmidt, 
Bob Booker, Carol Levy, Bobbie Dexter, Jack Turpin, 
Belinda Prichard, Kay Kilpatrick, Janet Kennedy, Paul 
Teachy, Jack Warren. THIRD ROW: Joe Soldati, Der- 



ril Gay, Phillip Howell, Ronnie Knopf, Wanda Crow, 
Penny Jones, Johnny Guthrie. FOURTH ROW: Dan 
Troy, Jack Arnold, Mark Bryant, Steve McMullen, Bob 
Olsen, Mike Correll, Arnold Baker, Leighton Hazel- 
grove, Dwight Bay ley. FIFTH ROW: Ben Crawford, 
Cabot Gupton, Jim Harvey, Lynn White, Morris Mitch- 
ell, Charles Wardlaw. 



ALPHA PHI OMEGA 




FIRST ROW: Dr. Richard Reser, Advisor; Dwight 
Bayley, Jack Warren, Penny Jones, Phillip Howell, 
Tommy Phillips, Derril Gay, Ed DeGross, Jay Millard, 
Ronnie Knopf. SECOND ROW: Jim Schmidt, Bob 
Booker, Barry Bishop, Jack Grear, Whitey LeBlanc, 



Joe Soldati, Jack Turpin, Bob Olsen, Mr. Dan Uffner. 
THIRD ROW: Arthur Hodges, Ben Crawford, Cabot 
Gupton, Bob Loftin, Lynn White, Jan Mundorff, Mike 
Correll, Bobby Doyal, Joho Jay. 



Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity, composed of college 
and university men who are or have been previously affiliated with the 
Boy Scouts of America. 





FIRST ROW: Tommy Phillips, Ed DeGross, 
Derril Gay, Mike Corell. SECOND ROW: Arthur 
Hodges, Barry Bishop, Jack Turpin. THIRD 
ROW: Cabot Gupton, Jim Schmidt, Lynn White, 
Bobby Doyal. 



SITTING, left to right: Jack Warren, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Jack Greear, Treasurer. STANDING, left 
to right: Phillip Howell, Secretary; Jay Millard, 
Chaplain; Dwight Bayley, Sergeant-at-Arms; Ben 
Crawford, President. 



YAMACRAW GUN CLUB 




KNEELING, left to right: "Chief" Edwards, Advisor; 
Wanda Crow, Amy Williams, Judy Little, Foxy Stafford, 
Bobbie Dexter, Barbara Coffey, Donna Julin, Barbara 
Marsh, Lyn Alexander, Joyce Ann Gravel. STAND- 
ING, left to right: Marc Weinberg, Bill Malone, Don 



Waters, Cabot Gupton, Mark Bryant, Ken Borden, Ter- 
ry Ingerson, Jack Greear, Barry Bishop, Ed DeGross, 
Lee Barrett, David Goeckel, Glenn Gibson, Dwight 
Bayley. 



The Yamacratv Club provides for the en- 
couragement of organized rifle and pistol 
shooting among members of our University. 




Marc Weinberg, President; Bobbie Dex- 
ter, Treasurer; Dwight Bayley, Field 
Executive; Barbara Marsh, Secretary; 
Glenn Gibson, Vice-President. 




Marc S. Weinberg, President. 




Marc S. Weinberg and "Chief" Edwards 



LITERARY MAGAZINE 




Left to right: Carolyn Cobb and Joe Soldati, Co-Chairmen. 



The purpose of this organhat'iofi is to give students, faculty and alumni 
an opportunity to display their literary talents in the fields of poetry, short- 
story iiriting, and essay-writing. 




Left to right: Carolyn Cobb, Marc Weinberg, Joe Soldati, Tony Parades. 



INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CLUB 




Left to right: Fatma Gulluoglu, Secretary; Bob Martin, President; Dr. Cheever 
Cressy, Advisor. 



The htter>iatio>ial Student Club is an organization to promote international 
understanding. 




Left to right: Bobby Doyal, Johnny Griggs, Bob Martin, Martha Church, Fatma 
Gulluoglu, Shirley Sundgren, Anne Latimer, Mimi McGlothlin, Russell Eisenman, 
Bill Saunders, Woon Churl Paik, John W. Burgess. 



NEWMAN CLUB 




Left to right: Jack Warren, Joyce Gravel, Jeff Espina, Bonnie McGurn, Victor 
Citarella, Barbara James, Jack Greear, Paula Hofmann. 



The Newman Club is the Catholic 
organization on the O. U. campus. 




Left to right: Joyce Gravel, Vice-President; 
Jack Greear, Secretary; Barbara James, Pres- 
ident. 



INTERACTIVITY COMMITTEE 




SITTING, left to right: Barbara Ramsden, Pennye Wilson, Marc Weinberg, Bar- 
bara Coffey, Jim Harvey, Jim Egerton, Robin Wynn, Dana Lou Howe, Nancy Wil- 
liams, Pat Griffin, Barbara James. STANDING, left to right: Jan Mundorff, Dwight 
Bayley, Bob Booker, Joe Alexander. 



The committee's purpose is to serve as a liaison and coor- 
dinating group for the various student organizations and 
activities and to encourage greater student participation 
in campus activities. 





Bob Lofdn, Chairman; Barbara Coffey, Calendar Girl; 
Barbara James, Secretary. 



CHORUS 



The Chorus is the vocal group on campus and is open to all. 




Pianist: William Lawler. 

Left to right: Belinda Prichard, Joyce Kendrick, Martha Tomlin, Barbara Coffey, 
Elaine Sheflett, Anne Latimer, Mr. Toubman, Charlotte Bennett, Dwight Bayley, 
Jim Borom, and Harvey Hudson. 

LIBERTARIAN SOCIETY 

This Society is made up of students who wish to discuss international 
affairs of a college level. 




SITTING, left to right: Gwen Lowry, Donna Julin, Shirley Sundgren, Mimi Mc- 
Glothlin, Anne Latimer, Russell Eisenman, Jim Calhoun, Fatma Gullouglu, Bert 
Levy, Barbara Bristow. STANDING, left to right: Mike Allison, Stuart Lynn, 
Mike Correll, Jim Egerton, and Bob Loftin. 



STORMY PETREL 



The Stormy Petrel is the school student newspaper. 




EXECUTIVE STAFF 
Joe Alexander, Joyce Ann Gravel, Derril Gay, and Bob Booker, Editor-in-Chief. 




MAKEUP STAFF 

Arthur Hodges, Lynn Drury, Joe Alexander, Charles Wardlaw. 



STORMY PETREL 




ART EDITOR 
Ronnie Knopf 




CIRCULATION STAFF 
Pat Miller, Leighton Hazelgrove, Editor; Bob Booker. 



STORMY PETREL 




SPORTS STAFF 
Judy Harvey, Ken Borden, Joe Soldati. 




SOCIETY STAFF 
Gwenda Cannon, Jan Mundorfif 



STORMY PETREL 




NEWS STAFF 
Left to right: Derril Gay, Effie Gresham, Carol George, Johnny Griggs, Jan Farlow, 
Ellen Mullendore, and Joyce Gravel. 



VARSITY LETTERMEN CLUB 




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FIRST ROW: Charles Mann, Bob Olsen, Tom Norwood, Harold Adair, Jim 
Borom, Tom Deacon, Wayne Dobbs. SECOND ROW: Frankie Lentz, Sam Hudg- 
ins, Marc Weinberg, Roger Couch, Jay Rowland, Jan Dye, Dr. Martin Abbott. 



YAMACRAW 

The Yamacraic is the school yearbook. Us purpose is to provide for the 
student a book of tnemorable days at Oglethorpe University. 




EXECUTIVE STAFF 

Dana Lou Howe, Assistant Editor; Dr. Martin Abbott, Advisor; 

Pat Griflfin, Editor-in-Chief. 




BUSINESS STAFF 
Twinkie Rabe, JoAnn Vanderbyl, Paula Hofmann, Penny Jones, Charlotte Shirah. 



YAMACRAW 




ENTIRE STAFF 
SITTING, lejt to right: Wayne Dobbs, Pat Griffin, Francine Klein. STANDING, 
lejt to right: Dana Lou Howe, Dvvight Ba) ley, Jan Mundorff, Barbara Baughman, 
Pat Miller, Penn)' Jones, and Joyce Ann Gravel. 



Lejt to right: Ronnie Knopf, Roger Couch, Margaret Blank, Joyce Gravel, 
Wayne Dobbs. 



Executive Staff of the 1960 YAMACRAW 





Pat Griffin 
Editor-in-Chiej 



Penny Jones 
Business Manager 






Dana Lou Howe 
Assistant Editor 



Dave Allen 
Photographer 



Jan Mundorff 
Art Editor 




Left to right: Dave Allen, Pat Griffin, Dana Lou Howe, Jan Mundorfif. 



SECTION EDITORS 







Martha Laird 

Editor, Faculty 

and Administration 



Joyce Gravel 

Editor, Fticidty 

and Administration 



Pat Miller 

Editor, Classes 



Dwight Bayley 
Editor, Organizations 






Francine Klein 
Editor, Honors 



Barbara Baughman 
Editor, Activities 



Wayne Dobbs 
Editor, Sports 




STANDING, left to right: Penny Jones, Martha Laird, Dave Allen. SEATED, 
left to right: Margaret Blank, Barbara Baughman. 





Jack Warren, Treasurer 





Barbara Marsh, Secretary 



Atauar Faruquee, Parliamentarian 




STUDENT GOVERNMENT OFFICERS 



The Student Got'er)it)ie>it is composed of the five 
Executive Ojjicers and the four Class Presidents. 
It represents and promotes the interest and ac- 
tivity of the Student Body on campus. 





Pennye Wilson, President 



Robert Loftin, Vice-President 



HONOR COMMITTEE 



MEMBERS: 



Robert Doyal, Chairman 
Harold Adair, Senior Class 
Robert Wynn, Junior Class 
Derril Gay, Sophomore Class 
Ken Borden, Freshman Class 




Derril Gay, Bobby Doyal, Robin Wynn, Ken Borden. 



HONOR COURT 



MEMBERS: 

Tony Paredes, Chairman 

Lynn Drury 
Jay Dye 
Ellen Harvey 



Paula Hofmann 
Pendleton Jones 
Janet Kennedy 
Marc Weinberg 
Nancy Williams 




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FRANCINE KLEIN 

Oglethorpe Cup 

The Oglethorpe Cup is a merit award 
given by the Faculty to the woman who has 
best realized the ideals of an Oglethorpe 
education. 



CHARLES JACKSON 

Oglethorpe Cup 

The Oglethorpe Cup is a merit award 
given by the Faculty to the man who has 
best realized the ideals of an Oglethorpe 
education. 



JAN MUNDORFF 

Mac Connell Award 

The Mac Connell Award is given by the 
Sophomore Class to the Senior who that 
class feels has participated cooperatively in 
many phases of campus life without having 
received full recognition. 




JAY DYE 

David Hess Award 

The qualifications for the David Hess 
Award are the winning of a letter in an 
intercollegiate sport in the year in which the 
award is given, and the promotion of the 
athletic ideals of Oglethorpe through par- 
ticipation and assistance in the over-all ath- 
letic program. The recipient of the award 
must have the ability to face failure as well 
as success and must be a gracious winner as 
well as a gracious loser. 



NANCY WILLIAMS 

Sally Hull Weltner 
Award for Scholarship 

The Sally Hull Weltner Award is pre- 
sented each year by the Oglethorpe Univer- 
sity Women's Club to the Senior woman 
who has attended the University for two 
years and who has achieved the highest 
average of any woman in her graduating 
class. 









CHARLES JACKSON 

Oglethorpe University 

Trustees Award for 

Scholarship 

The Oglethorpe University Trustees pre- 
sent annually an award to the Senior man 
who has attended the University for two 
years and who has achieved the highest 
average of any man in his graduating class. 



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Boar's Head Award 

The Boar's Head Honorary Fraternity 
presents this award to the Freshman boy 
who they feel deserves recognition for his 
scholastic achievements and for his partici- 
pation in extra-curricular activities. 



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SARA MAC SMITH 

Duchess Club Award 

The Duchess Club, Women's Honor So- 
ciety, honors with this award the Freshman 
girl who best exemplifies the ideal of an 
Oglethorpe student in scholarship and in 
campus activities. 




This honor is in recognition of the merit 
and accomplishment of the student who is 
officially recommended by the Student Gov- 
ernment and the Faculty Council, and who 
meets the requirements of the publication. 



Francine Klein 



Bob Loftin 





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Harold Adair 



Pennye Wilson 



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DUCHESS CLUB 



HONOR SOCIETY FOR JUNIOR AND SENIOR WOMEN 




Pat Griffin, Francine Klein, Nancy Williams, Gail Wynn, Barbara Marsh, Pennye 
Wilson, Barbara Baughman, Barbara Ramsden. 



ADVISOR, Mrs. A. Cheever Cressy 
HONORARY MEMBER, Mrs. Donald C. Agnew 
MEMBERS: 

Francine Klein, President 

Nancy Williams, Vice-President 

Pat Griffin, Secretary-Treasurer 



Barbara Baughman 
Martha Laird 
Barbara Marsh 
Barbara Ramsden 
Nancy Simmons 
Pennye Wilson 
Gail Wynn 



BOAR'S HEAD 



HONOR FRATERNITY FOR JUNIOR AND SENIOR MEN 




Lee Barrett, Jim Calhoon, Wayne Dobbs, Jan Mundorff, Marc Weinberg, Robin 
Wynn, Bob Loftin, Dave Harvey, Harold Adair, Joe Alexander. 



ADVISOR, Dr. A. Cheever Cressy. 

MEMBERS: 

Joe Alexander, President 
Lee Barrett, Vice-President 
Dave Harvey, Secretary-Treasurer 



Harold Adair 
Jim Calhoon 
Wayne Dobbs 
Robert Doyal 
Robert Loftin 
Jan Mundorff 
Marc Weinberg 
Robert Wynn 



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HONOR SCIENCE SOCIETY FOR SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS, AND SENIORS 



ADVISOR: George F. Wheeler 

MEMBERS: 

Joe Alexander, President 
Robert Wynn, Vice-President 
Francine Klein, Secretary 
Harold Adair, Treasurer 

Robert Doyal 
Joe Harb 
Dave Harvey 
Charolette Shirah 
Gail Wynn 




Charolette Shirah, Harold Adair. 




Francine Klein, Joe Alexander, Robin Wynn, Joe Harb, Gail Wynn, Bobby Doyal. 



BLUE KEY 

NATIONAL HONOR SERVICE FRATERNITY 




Frankie Lentz, Bobby Doyal, Fred Lubs, Robin Wynn, Joe Alexander, Tony Paredes, 
Lee Barrett, Marc Weinberg, Wayne Dobbs. 

ADVISOR, William A. Egerton 
MEMBERS: 

Lee Barrett, President 

Joe Alexander, Vice-President 

Harold Adair, Secretary 

Marc Weinberg, Treasurer 

Francis Cole ,; 

Roger Couch 

Tom Deacon 

Wayne Dobbs 

Robert Doyal 

Dave Harvey 

Frankie Lentz 
Bob Loftin 
Fred Lubs 
Tony Paredes 
Dan Troy 
Robert Wynn 



LORD and LADY 




Lord Bobby Doyal, Lady Francine Klein. 



OGLETHORPE 




COURT MEMBERS — Anne Latimer, Barbara Bristow, Bob Loftin, Pennye Wilson, 
Gail Wynn, Lee Barrett, Barbara Marsh, Jay Dye, Sara Mac Smith, Effie Gresham. 



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ACTIVITIE 




CAPPING CEREMONY 




THE YEAR BEGINS 

Seniors initiate the first function of Orientation Week 




SENIORITY 

Pennye Wilson, President of the Student Body, receives the 
long awaited symbol in behalf of the Senior Class. 



PRESIDENT'S RECEPTION 




A TRADITIONAL FUNCTION 

President of the University, Dr. Agnew, and new faculty members greet 

O. U. students. 





A friendly atmosphere prevails from the beginning 



ORIENTATION 




Learning more about Oglethorpe — Freshman at the signing of the Honor Code 




A FAMILY AFFAIR 

Later that night, parents join faculty and students in annual Barbecue 
on the campus lawn. 



WEEK 




Orientation Week was ended with a Square Dance held in the O. U. parking lot 
following the barbecue. 




RAT 




A wondering Rat, distinguished among other 
humans by rat hats and ridiculousness, 
au'aits an entire iieek of "special attention" 
rendered by upperclassmen. Though this 
Rat stands alone now, by the end of the week 
no such situation will exist. 





Protective hands lead Freshmen To await 



WEEK 




Careful review and consideration by 




most honorable Rat Court members who will help 




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Rituals and Air Raids 





Egg Shampoos 



Impromptu song fests 



Enjoyed by all 



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The pause that refreshes 




WHY NOT — It's only made of vaseline 



STUDENT 




Like Flea man, like Becky 




The Saints come marching in 





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This iieekend was devoted to showing 
of O. U life. Activities began Saturda] 
tional period, and a dance climaxing th\ 
the Iieekend. 



THE KINGSTON TRIO? 
Jeff, Arthur, Terry, and Bert entertain 



WEEKEND 




(OVE IN AT O. U. 

rospective stiidoits the tiirioiis jacets 
\ternoon with a campus tour, recrea- 
Vy's eveuts. A Sunday banquet ended 




Whitey and Belinda "ham it up" 




Ah Moo Chorus 




Sunday banquet ends weekend's activities 




BEATNIK 



ZOT! 




Bob and Ai 





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This is wiiat's behind the Green Door 



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Pop and Cabot observe inhabitants 
of Phoebe's pad. 




Impossible ! 




Sara Mac and Ed as Mother Dould and 
cab dri\er. 



Oglethorpe Players 
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"HARVEY" 



Oglethorpe University Players, under the direc- 
tion of Airs. Louise Uffner, presented the light- 
hearted comedy "Harvey." Fred Liibs, cast in the 
lead, portrayed the naive, goodnatiired Elivood 
P. Doi/ld who had a fond attraction for the mythi- 
cal rabbit "Harvey." Supporting roles ivere ade- 
quately played by Sara Aiac Smith, Kay Kilpat- 
rick, Terry higerson, Lynne Wi/lfekuhler. Burt 
Levy, Anna Bradley, Billie Hamm, Ed DeGross, 
and Jim E^erton. 




Scene in an as\luni 




Nurse! Not that friendly. 



Behind the scenes, 
Myrna, Marc, Lynne, 
and Bert. 





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A.JAMA 
ARTY 



Myrna, Yvonne, and Lynne perform 




Pajama Parade at Humanics sponsored party 




Midnight Snack 





Midnight Flyer 



Headlines 




FRESHMAN 
HAY RIDE 



Do you think I'll need this? 




Looks like it might snow! 





The pages bring in the boar's head 



Mr. Toubman directs the Chorus 



BOAR'S HEAD 
CEREMONY 



The traditional Boar's Head Cere- 
mony, held at the beginning of the 
Christmas season, was the occasion 
for the initiation of the new mem- 
bers of the Boar's Head Honorary 
Fraternity for 1959-1960. The pro- 
gram included a presentation of the 
new Boar's Head members, carols 
sung by the chorus, and other musi- 
cal performances by members of the 
faculty and faculty wives. 






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The Atlanta Cabana ballroom was the scene of this year's Christmas 
Formal. A traditional Christtnas setting and a festive atmosphere prevailed 
to add to the merriment supplied by the faculty and students. 






LORD and LADY 
OGLETHORPE BALL 



was 



The Lord atid Lady Oglethorpe Ball 
held in the Empire Room of the Biltmore 
Hotel on February 19. The courtly surround- 
ings of the ballroom provided a perfect set- 
ting for the presentation of Lord and Lady 
and the court. 



Lord Bobby Doyle and Lady Francine Klein 

presented by Jack Warren, 

Student Body Treasurer 




ROYAL COURT 

Barbara Bristow, Ann Latimer, Bob Loftin, Pennye Wilson, Lord Bobby Doyle, 
Jack Warren, Lady Francine Klein, Barbara Marsh, Jay Dye, Gail Wynn, Lee 
Barrett, Effie Greshman, Sara Mac Smith. 





WHY NOT? 



King George 






Whitey leads the singing 



A. P. O. RUSH PARTY 



Alpha Phi Omega, service fraternity, holds 
Rush Party at Foster's Steak House for 
Freshmen and new students. 





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now let me see 




Propaganda 



YES! YES! 




DUO PIANO CONCERT 

The Lyceum Committee presented Dr. Stanley Daugert, Ogle- 
thorpe Professor, and Mr. John Helms, prominent Atlanta 
musician, in concert. 





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Homecoming Queen of 1960 

MISS JOYCE GRAVEL 

Sponsored by the Oglethorpe Players 




Dr. Agnew crowns Joyce Gravel, a Sophomore, Homecoming Queen of I960. 




Steve Schmidt, representing the Booster Club, presents Joyce with a bouquet 
of red roses. 







MISS JUDY LITTLE 
Sponsored by the Le Conte Society 







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MISS €»iliOLETTE SHIRAH 

Sponsored by The Blue Key 



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MISS PAT GRIFFIN 

Sponsored by The Duchess Club 




MISS BARBARA 
WM Sponsored |»y The 





PORT 





Guthrie, Dobbs, Goodwin, Nance, Mitchell, Dye, Hudgins, Couch, Rowland, Norwood. 



Petrels Cop G.I.A.C. Championship 




The "Stormy Petrels" of Oglethorpe captured their second 
G.I.A.C. Championship by skipping through their conference 
schedule undefeated for the second straight season. The Petrels 
have won 34 consecutive conference games without defeat. The 
'59-'60 edition of the Petrels also won outstanding victories over 
top-notch teams from the University of Chattanooga, Newberry, 
and Pembroke State College. These fine victories, coupled with the 
G.I.A.C. Holiday Tournament Championship made the season one 
of the most successful in Oglethorpe history. 

Center Jay Dye and Guard Jay Rowland were the leading 
point producers for the Petrels. Dye combined aggressive rebound- 
ing with his overall leadership on the court to make him one of 
the most popular players ever to don a Petrel uniform. Rowland 
teamed with guard Tommy Norwood to form one of the most 
devastating guard combos in Georgia college circles. Forwards, 
Roger Couch and Buddy Goodwin, contributed valuable scoring, 
rebounding and defense that enabled the Petrels to win 21 games 
and lose only five. Subs Johnny Guthrie, Wayne Dobbs, Morris 
Mitchell, Bobby Nance and Sammy Hudgins, constantly pushed 
the "starters" for first string berths. Their contribution to the 
squad, although occasionally unnoticed, greatly added to the suc- 
cessful season that the Petrels enjoyed. 

Under the direction of Coach Garland Pinholster, one of the 
most promising young coaches in the country, the Petrels compiled 
a 49.6 defensive average that was tops in the National Association 
of Intercollegiate Athletics. Stingy defense and precision ball 
control have become trademarks of the basketball Petrels and, with 
only one Senior graduating, the outlook for the future looms as a 
most prolific one. 



Coach Garland Pinholster 





Roger Couch 
Foruiird 



Wayne Dobbs 
Guard 




Morris Mitchell 
Forward 



Bobby Nance 
Forward 



Petrels on bench show keen concentration 




Johnny Guthrie 
Guard 



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Center 



Jay Dye 

Center 



Buddy Goodwin 
Forward 





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Tommy Norwood 
Guard 



Jay Rowland 
Guard 



Bob Olson 
Manager 





Ken Borden, Statistician 



Star Center Jay Dye signs an autograph for future Petrels. 




Roger Couch assumes horizontal position. 




Tommy Norwood — A Flying Petrel 




SEASON'S RECORD 



'trels 




Opponents 


50 


Uni\ersity of Georgia 


68 


61 


Piedmont College 


24 


58 


Valdosta State College 


29 


61 


Berry College 


43 


66 


St. Bernard College 


68 


65 


Shorter College 


30 


81 


West Georgia College 


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85 


North Georgia College 


64 


57 


Berry College 


29 


72 


Pembroke State College 


51 


66 


LaGrange College 


50 


91 


Newberry College 


53 


76 


University of Chattanooga 


48 


81 


West Georgia College 


40 


42 


Shorter College 


38 


70 


University of Georgia 


48 


78 


LaGrange College 


50 


50 


Valdosta State College 


36 


64 


Stetson Uni\ersity 


66 


35 


Piedmont College 


34 


91 


North Georgia College 
G.I.A.C. HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT 


55 


93 


North Georgia 


41 


70 


Shorter College 


37 


54 


LaGrange College 
DISTRICT 25 N.A.I.A. TOURNAMENT 


51 


73 


Stetson University 


87 


69 


Georgia Southern 


86 



Morris Mitchell adds two points 




Petrel defense gives up two points 




Bob Nance grabs a rebound against Piedmont 



"Pardon me, but I want that ball." 



Everyone Supported] 



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jipported the Petrels by the hundreds, 
jieir endless support and enthusiasm. The 
!:rved as an encouraging challenge to the 
')rner. 




Amy Williams 



Margaret Blank 




CHEEE 




Penny Wilson, 
Co-Captain 




Shirah, Griffin, Howe, Williams, Wilson, Blat 




Dana Lou Howe 



Nancy Williams, 
Captain 




.EADERS 




Pat Griffin 



Judy Harvey 





Charolette Shirah 




vey, Williams, Baughman 




Pat Miller 



Barbara Baughman 





Bob Booker 



Charles "Flea" Teachey 






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Jack Warren 




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Tom Norwood serves one up in intramural tennis tourney 




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Baseball Prospects Are Good 

Because of the Yamacraw's earh deadline a complete rundown 
on the baseball season cannot be given; however, the editor has 
endeavored to gi\e a rather optimistic outlook of what he believes 
will be a successful season. 

Not since the days of Luke Appling ha\e base hits, shut-outs, 
and doubleplays been anticipated on the O. U. diamond as they 
are this year. With a solid core of seasoned veterans, including 
the strong right arms of Harold Adair and Tommy Norwood, the 
Petrels are contenders for the Ci.l.A.C. baseball championship. 
Newcomers Bobby Dalglish, Johnn} Guthrie, and Tra\is Hames 
bolster a pitching staff that became increasingly sting\ in the '59 
campaign. 

The infield appears to be anchored b\- slugging Jay Rowland 
at second base and Wa^ne Dobbs at third base. Freshman Morris 
Mitchell will handle the glo\e work around the initial sack, while 
Norwood, when he is not on the mound, clogs up the hole at 
shortstop. Ken Borden will assume the role of utility infielder. 
The outfield is likely to be made up of some of the members of 
the hurling corps who are not taking their regular turns. Long 
ball hitters Roger Couch, Bill Flammer, and Tom Winn add speed 
and defensive ability to the fly-chasers. 

Buddy Goodwin and Lee "Yogi" Barrett give the Petrels 
leadership and hustle behind the bat. It is at this position that 
graduation hit hardest but, with the presence of these two clever 
recei\ers, this gap should be filled adequately. 

With the addition of such formidable opponents as Auburn 
and the Citadel to the schedule the Petrels will launch an all out 
efifort to inscribe their names into the Oglethorpe athletic records 
by winning their first G.LA.C. diamond crown. 



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The Schedule 
1960 

The Citadel 
The Citadel 
West Georgia 
Taylor University 
Piedmont College 
Auburn 
Berry College 
Valdosta State 
Valdosta State 
North Georgia 
West Georgia 
Shorter College 
Shorter College 
Berry College 
Piedmont College 
North Georgia 



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The Yamacraw Staff of I960 expresses its sincere appreciation to our Advisor, Dr. Martin 
Abbott, who gave us much needed advice and kept our spirits high when the going got rough; to 
Hewett Publishers, especially Mr. Ed Jones, who gave us much help as the representative from the 
company; and to Dave Allen whose expert photography helped in making the I960 Yamacraw a 
success; to Dr. Donald C. Agnew, whose assistance was indispensable; to the entire faculty for 
their unceasing cooperation in every way; to the student body who gave us their interest and support; 
and to the business firms who helped us financially. We, the YAMACRAW STAFF of I960, give 
you this volume of memories, so that you may long remember your years at Oglethorpe University. 

1960 YAMACRAW STAFF 





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Member of the Trust Company of Georgia Group 
arid the F. D. I. C. 

4050 Peachtree Road, N.E. Atlanta 19, Georgia 

"BE BUSINESSLIKE" 

Keep accurate records of your spending. Mail a 
personal check for all your bill payments. 

OPEN A CHECKING ACCOUNT 



Bartenfeld Electric Co. 

EngtJieeriug and Contracting 



488 Plum Street, N. W. 
JAckson 3-7356 



ATLANTA 13, GEORGIA 



A message to the class of '60 

Soon you will leave Oglethorpe University bearing a diploma sought by many, but received 
by a few. The memory of the campus may wane, but the warm, friendly spirit found here will 
remain with you always. We hope you will return for frequent visits to rekindle this school 
spirit, to keep in touch with your classmates. 

As an Oglethorpe graduate you will have received the finest undergraduate education 
obtainable — for a purpose. You have an obligation to yourselves and to society to apply your 
attained skills, understanding and ethical values to improve the lot of mankind. 

You are not alone in this task. More than five thousand alumni who have preceded you 
share this responsibility for bettering the social process. They make themselves available to you 
should you need them. 

We congratulate you for your academic achievement and welcome you to the swelling ranks 
of the National Alumni Association of Oglethorpe University. 

THE ALUMNI 




OGLETHORPE 
PHARMACY 

"For all your medical and drug supplies . . ." 



Serving North Atlanta with 
EXPERT PRESCRIPTION SERVICE AND FREE DELIVERY 



Open daily from 
8:30 A.M. Until 10:30 P.M. 



2150 Johnson Ferry Road GL. 7-4436 



Insurance Underwriters, Inc. 


Atlanta Builders Supply 


OF GEORGIA 


Company 


INSURANCE AGENTS AND BROKERS 


1700 Monroe Drive, N.E. 


Telephone JAckson 5-4956 


ATLANTA 9, GEORGIA 




TR. 5-7575 


515 Fulton Federal Building 




ATLANTA 3, GEORGIA 




BEST 


L. G. Balfour Company 


WISHES 






Official Oglethorpe Distributors of 


FROM 


STANDARD CLASS RINGS, PINS, and 




GRADUATION INVITATIONS 


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Office: Representatives: 




361 E. Paces Ferry Rd. Thad Wilkins 


Dobbs House" 


Suite 3-C Ed Jones 
Atlanta 5, Georgia 




"Room Service' 



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'The Happy Listener." 



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