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1962 



YAMACRAW 



OGLETHORPE 
UNIVERSITY 



ATLANTA, 

GEORGIA 



Eric M. Scharff, Editor-in-Chief 
Paula Hofmann, Assistant Editor 

Robert P. Mollis, Business Manager 
Mr. Lee Bilancio, Faculty Advisor 

Edward DeGross, Jr., Photographer 





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FOREWORD 



The splendor of the sun .... 

Radiating its glory and its power; 

Moving untamingly through its infinite cycle: 

Sunrise, sunset . . . night, darkness. 

Man's progress through life is similar. 
His sunrise — the beginning, the penod 
In which he prepares to face the future, 
To challenge the world and those obstacles 
Which confront him in his search for the RIGHT, 
The GOOD. 

Grou'th, too, has its influence. 
By this process man has the ability to 
Adapt both physically and mentally to his 
Environment, to become a unique individual. 
An entity in his own being. 

Sunset — ithe culmination of growth and preparation. 
The time to use what he has learned and apply it to life. 
This is the measure of man's achievement — not superfluous 
Things which bring him temporary recognition, but the 
Ability to take what he has learned and skillfully 
Apply It to life, to make the best use of his potential 
Qualities and virtues in order to make himself a 
Successful being. 

The editor and his staff submit this book as a 
pictorial representation of individual preparation, growth 
and achievement at Oglethorpe — processes which, it is hoped, 
will prepare each individual to face the future, to accept 
the fact that he is only on the threshold of life in which 
success or failure will be of his own making. 



Because we strive to create a yearbook with the same enthusiastic approach to imaginative 
thinking that prompts Oglethorpe to inspire eager minds to active endeavor, we wish to dedicate our 
efforts to a man whose own enthusiasm and eagerness has guided our preparation, contributed to 
our GROWTH, and encouraged our achievements. 

The 1962 Yamacraw, therefore, is dedicated to . . . 

"POP" CROW 

"Pop" has said, "To me Oglethorpe means an ideal environment for education-freedom, oppor' 
tunity, and a spirit of responsibihty." Through his work as teacher and counselor, "Pop" has made 
the Oglethorpe environment more than an ideal; it is an actual experiment in learning. He has urged 
the students of Oglethorpe to digest knowledge and to transform it into energy. 

"Pop" said, "I would hope to contribute to the philosophy that knowledge is simply a tool of 
life's trade." He has certainly made such a contribution. We, who are now in the process of reach' 
ing for the tools with which to shape our lives, do gratefully and affectionately acknowledge "Pop" 
Crow as a valuable teacher and a sincere friend. 





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OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 



The theme of this year's Yamacraw recalls the lines of Walt Whitman: 
'We have watch'd the seasons dispensing themselves, and passing on, 

We have said. Why should not a man or woman do as much as the seasons, and effuse as much? 

"We dwell a while in every city and town; 

We pass through Canada, the north'cast, the vast valley of the Mississippi, and the Southern 
States; 

We confer on equal terms with each of the States, 

We make trial of ourselves, and invite men and women to hear; 

We say to ourselves. Remember, fear not, be candid, promulge the body and the Soul; 

DweU a while and pass on, be copious, temperate, chaste, magnetic. 

And what you effuse may then return as the seasons return, 

And may be just £is much as the seasons." 

The seasons are symbols not only of our growth in time, but our gifts to the enrichment of 
time. In this setting, the college experience may be a movement from naivete to sophistication, from 
prejudice to tolerance, from dogma to a search for truth, and from childish fears to mature confidence. 
These are the seasdns of change and beauty from the "winter of our discontent" to the time of rich 
harvests of maturity. The passing of a year, or of a four'year college experience, is more than the 
passing of time. It is marked by change. And it is this change that gives significance to time. If this 
change is to have the fullest value, it must be more than mere observation. It must be an interaction 
with events. Then, "what you effuse may then return as the seasons return, and may be just as much 
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DONALD C. AGNEW, A. B. Par/^ CoUege. 1929. 
M. A. Du\e University, 1932, PhD. Du\e Uni- 
versity, 1936, is the President of Oglethorpe Uni' 
versity. He has served in this capacity since 1957. 
Dr. Agnew, in addition to his many duties with the 



University, is a member of the Southern Society of 
Philosophy and Psychology, Kappa Delta Pi, and 
Theta Alpha Phi. He belongs to a large number of 
committees and spends a great deal of time traveling 
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life he is to live. Each man is given a sunrise and has until 
sunset to develop within himself character, respect, and spirit. 
It is at this beginning that man must decide what his wants are 
and then proceed to PREPARE to achieve these desires. 





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DIVISION OF 




LUCILE Q. AGNEW, A.B., Furman University, M.A., 
Duke University, teaches Speech and Writing, Modern 
Literature, and EngHsh Literature. In the past she has directed 
three plays at Oglethorpe and has been faculty advisor to 
the Players and the Literary Magazine. Mrs. Agnew is in- 
terested in organizing an active writers group on campus. 





ARTHUR BIELER, B.A.. Hew York UnwersHy, M.A., Mid- 
dlebury University, Docteur de I'Universite, Pans, teaches 
students to appreciate as well as speak and understand for- 
eign languages. He holds classes in Beginning French, Inter- 
mediate French, History of the French Language, and Be- 
ginning German. In addition to his teaching. Dr. Bieler is 
active in committee work. 





WENDELL H. BROWN, B.S., College of Puget Sound; 
M.A., Columbia University, unth studies at the University 
of Pans, teaches the Sophomore sequence in Human Under- 
standing, History of the Language, Understanding poetry, 
and Speech and Writing. He is active in numerous kinds of 
work both on and off campus, Mr. Brown is skilled at play- 
ing the recorder. Another of his favorite activities at home 
is grape growing and wine making. 



RALPH I. CARNES, A.B.. Emory University; M.A.. 
Emory University, teaches Problems of Philosophy, Philos- 
ophy of Religion, Greek Philosophy and Literature, Ethics, 
and Aesthetics. He is currently working on his Ph.D. in the 
Institute of Liberal Arts at Emory University, and plans on 
receiving it in June 1963. Mr. Carnes is a member of the 
Atlanta Astronaut Club and the Georgia Philosophical So- 
ciety. 



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HUMAN UNDERSTANDING 




WILLIAM H. COHEN, B.A., University of Florida: M.A. 
University of Florida, teaches classes in Freshman English 
and the Sophomore sequence in the division of Human Un- 
derstanding. He serves as advisor to the Literary Magazine. 
He is also on the curriculum and library committees. Mr. 
Cohen, a poet himself, is active in working to do more about 
memorializing Oglethorpe's distinguished former student, the 
poet Sidney Lanier. 




ELAINE G. DANCY, A.B., The University of South Caro- 
lina. M.A., The University of South Carolina, teaches class- 
es in the required Freshman course. Speech and Writing. 
During the academic year her free time is spent in reading 
and taking care of her family. During the summer months, 
however, she and her family enjoy camping in the Georgia 
and North Carolina mountains. 





STANLEY M. DAUGERT, A.B., Columbia College. M.A., 
Columbia University; Ph.D., Columbia University, is the 
Chairman of the Divisiim of Human Understanding. His 
classes are Understanding of Man, Introduction to Philoso- 
phy, Character and Morals, Interpretation of History, and 
Philostjphy of Religion. In addition to serving on numerous 
committees, Dr, Daugert is advisor to the Stormy Petrel. 



HARRY DOBSON, Imtitute of Musical Arts, K T., Study 
m Berlin, Fontainehleau, London, teaches Wagner and the 
Music Drama, Music and Western Civilization, the History 
of Opera, the History of the Symphony, and the Music of 
Spain. 



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HUMAN UNDERSTANDING 




BERTRAM HOLLAND FLANDERS, A.B.. 
Emory University; M.A., Emory University, 
Ph.D., Du\e University, instructs Freshmen in 
Speech and Writing. Dr. Flanders is an avid an- 
tique collector, specializing in books, glass, china, 
and furniture. Music is another of his hobbies. 




INGE'MANSKI LUNDEEN, Umversity of Indiana. Curtis 
Institute, and Metropolitan Opera Company, leads the Glee 
Club and teaches Voice Production. She has been a judge 
for the Metropolitan Opera Auditions and for the Miss At- 
lanta Contest. Recently Mrs. Lundeen has directed Amahl 
and the N'g^t Visitors at Oglethorpe and produced The Old 
Maid and the Thief at Emory University. She is a member 
of the SAI, an honorary music sorority. 




GEORGE C. SEWARD, A.B.. Amherst; Ph.D.. Tuebingen, 
is Dean of the University. He also teaches Life and Religion, 
Philosophy of Religion, and Interpretation of History. Dr. 
Seward is Chairman of the Faculty Council and is a mem- 
ber of the Administrative Council and the Joint Committee. 
He belongs to the Georgia Philostiphy Society, the Georgia 
Mineral Society, the Kiwanis Club, and is a past president of 
the Georgia Academy of Science. Dr. Seward's present non- 
academic interests are mineralogy and lapidary work. 



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DIVISION OF BUSINESS 




WILLIAM A. EGERTON, Unwersity of Jiorth Carolina, Univer- 
sity of Tennessee Law School, is instructor of Business-Law, Intro- 
duction to Business, and Management Functions. He is Management 
Consultant and has plans to do more consulting in the future. Mr. 
Egerton enjoys reading in his free time. 





JAMES R. MILES, B.S.H-, C.B.A., University of Alabama; 
M.B.A., Ohio State University, is instructor of Accounting, 
Insurance, Finance, Marketing Principles, and Business 
Mathematics. He is a member of the Hospitalization Com- 
mittee, the Retirement Committee, and the Athletic Com- 
mittee. Mr. Miles' favorite outside interests are fishing and 
JDOating. 



AUSTIN C. SCHLENKER, JR., BBA, Texas College of Art 
and Industries: M.S., Texas College of Arts and Industries, 
instructs classes in principles of Economics, American Eco- 
nomic History, Comparative Economic System, Economic 
Fluctuations, and Government and Business. He is also Pro- 
bation Counsellor. Mr. Schlenker plans to begin work on his 
doctorial degree at Syracuse University and at the Federal 
Reserve Seminar. 



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DIVISION OF 




MARTIN ABBOTT, A.B., Presbyterian College; 
M.A., Emory University; Ph.D., Emory Univer- 
sity, is a professor of Western Civilization, Amer- 
ican History, Civil War, and The American 
South. He spent the academic year 1960-6! as 
a Fulhright lecturer and consultant at the Inter- 
preters Institute in Germersheim, Germany. 
Among other distinguished positions Dr. Ahbott 
served as historical advisor to the Atlanta Cen- 
tury during the year 1959-60. 



WILLIAM A. CARROLL, A.B., Brown University; M.A., 
Georgetown Lfniuersity, instructs classes in American Gov- 
ernment, National Government, State and Local Govern- 
ment, Political Theory, Constitutional Law, and American 
Political Thought. He is advisor to the Newman Club and 
Temporary Keeper of the Ordinances. In his spare time Mr. 
Carroll enjoys an occasional game of tennis. 



LEO BILANCIO, A.B., Knox College; M..A., L/nii^ersity of 
T^orth Carolina, teaches Western Civilization, Renaissance 
and Reformation, and Europe Since 1918. In addition he is 
advisor to the Honor Court and the Honor Committee, the 
Yamacraw, and the Freshman Class. He is a member of the 
Joint Committee of the Faculty, Administration, and Stu- 
dents. Mr. Bilancio is currently working on his Ph.D. at the 
University of North Carolina. 



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CITIZENSHIP 



A. CHEEVER CRESSY, JR., A.B.. Tufts: M.A., Fletcher 
School of Law and Diplomacy: Ph.D., Fletcher School of 
Law and Diplomacy, is Chairman of the Division of Citizen- 
ship. He is professor of International Relations, Compara- 
tive Government, American Diplomatic History, Europe in 
the 19th Century, Far Eastern Diplomatic History, and 
Nationalism in Africa and Asia. Dr. Cressy serves as chair- 
man of the Scholarship and Lxian Committee. He is also on 
the Curriculum Committee. 




MAX T. JOHNS, A.B.. Univers,ty of Georgia: M.A.. Urn- 
ver.sity of Georgia, is an instructor of economics. Mr. Johns 
plans to pursue his Ph.D. in the future, while continuing 
teachinsJ. His music and non-acadcmic interests include 
music and flyini,'. 



GRADY L. RANDOLPH. B.S., Auburn University: M.A., 
University of Chicago: LL.B., Woodrow Wilson College of 
Law, is an instructor of Western Civilization. He teaches 
history on WETV, the educational television station in At- 
lanta, and IS the moderator of "Sands of Time" on WETV. 
Mr. Randcjiph is also Vice President of the United Nations 
Council in Atlanta. He is currently on a seminar of faculty 
memhers who are studying non-western history at Atlanta 
University. 





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DIVISION OF 




ROBERT BOXER, B.S., Brooklyn College: Ph.D.. Rutgers 
University, is an instructor of General Chemistry and Phys- 
ical Chemistry. He is a member of the American Chemical 
Society. When he is not in the lahoratory, Dr. Boxer enjoys 
tennis and iishing. 




ARTHUR L. COHEN, A.B., Stanford Umversity. M.A., 
Harvard University: Ph.D., Harvard Uynversity, is professor 
of General Biology, Man and the Universe, Genetics, and the 
Physiology Sequence, president-elect of the Georgia Acad- 
emy of Science, he is active in science fairs and has written 
scientific articles for publication. In 1956-1957 Dr. Cohen 
was in Delft, Holland under a Guggenheim Fellowship. 



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ROY N. GOSLIN, B.A., Hebraska Wesleyan; M.A.. Uni- 
versity of Wyoming, instructs classes in Advanced Physics, 
Advanced Math, and Man and the Universe. During World 
War II he served as a physicist working on the Manhatten 
Project at Oakndge, Tennessee. Mr. Goslin has also been 
consultant to the Oakridge National Labs in 1948 and to the 
Southern Research Institute in Birmingham, Alabama. He 
has been acclaimed in science as the discoverer of the "Gos- 
lin Effect." 




BERNICE HILLIARD, A.B., Oglethorpe University. 
M.Ed., Oglethorpe University, teaches Algebra, Trigonom- 
etry, and Analytic Geometry. She serves on various commit- 
tees and loves to keep pets, but most of her time is taken up 
with fulfilling her duties as Resident Counselor for Women. 



SCIENCE 




J. KENNEDY HODGES, B.A. Wofford College. M. A., 
Duk.e University, Ph.D., UmversUy of J^orth Carolina, is 
professor of General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, and 
Quantitative Analysis. During the summer he is employed 
hy the National Science Foundation to instruct high school 
teachers in chemistry. Dr. Hodges is a member of the Ameri- 
can Chemical Society. At Oglethorpe he serves on various 
committees, among them the Building and Grounds and the 
Curriculum Committees. 





GEORGE F. WHEELER, B..A., Ohw State Umversity, 
M. S., California Institute of Technology, is an instructor 
of Mechanics, Electricity and Magnetism, Advanced Me- 
chanics, Electricity, Light and Optics, Wave Motion, Modern 
Wave Physics, and Differential Equations. Now in his ninth 
year at Oglethorpe, Mr. Wheeler was a staff member of the 
Radiation Laboratory at M.LT. durihg World War IL 



LOIS WILLIAMSON, B.A., Oglethorpe University , M.A.. 
Oglethorpe University, teaches General Botany, Invertebrate 
Zoology, Comparative Embryology, Comparative Anatomy, 
and Plant Systemics. Mrs. Williamson acts as an advisor to 
high school science teachers, and, in addition, is active in 
Girl and Boy Scout work. 



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DIVISION OF 




L. "POP" CROW, A.B., Vmversity of Hebraska; B.S.A.. 
Fellowship, Institute Post School, Lussac, France, teaches 
Humanics Group Work Courses, Junior Dynamics, Case- 
work Methods, and Field of Social Work. He is also Director 
of Placement for Oglethorpe. "Pop" is a very busy man; 
among his many activities are memberships in American 
Humanics Foundation, Phi Beta Kappa, Buckhead Rotary, 
Alpha Phi Omega, Order of the Arrow, Atlanta Council, 
B.S.A., and the American Camping Association. 




ELGIN MacCONNELL, A.B.. Allegheny State Teachers 
College; M.A., J{ew Tor^ University, teaches Introduction 
to Education, Curriculum, Materials, and Methods m Sec- 
ondary Schools, Educational Psychology, and Elementary 
Core. He also supervises student teachers. Mr. MacConnell 
is Chairman of the Teacher Educational Committee. He 
also serves on the Interactivity Committee, the Joint Com- 
mittee, and the Student Union Committee. During the sum- 
mer he is assistant director of the Summer School. 




MIRRIAM JONES, B.S., University of Wisconsin; M.S., 
University of Wisconsin; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, 
is a guest professor, teaching Elementary Core and super- 
vising student teaching. She is working as a consultant with 
the State Department of Education on the selection of 
schools to be non-graded. Dr. Jones is the only woman in 
Georgia who is a member of the American Educational Re- 
search Association. She also does some writing; recently 
she wrote two chapters in the book. Social Aspects of Edu- 
cation. 




HERMAN W. MARTIN, A.B., Emory College; M.A., Uni- 
versity of Horth Carolina; Ph.D., University of J^orth Caro- 
lina., teaches a class in General Psychology. Dr. Martin is 
kept busy with his practice as a clinical psychologist and 
has been psychological consultant to various state and local 
organizations. At present he is President of the State Board 
of Examiners of Psychologists. 



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COMMUNITY SERVICE 




RICHARD M. RESER, A.B., King. M.A., Peabody. Ph.D.. 
Umversity of J^orth Carolina, instructs Sociology and An- 
thropology classes. He is sponsor of the All Faiths Fellow- 
ship and is a member of the Curriculum Committee. Dr. 
Reser is chairman of the Adult Education Program. He is 
also Vice-Chairman of the Greater Atlanta Council of Hu- 
man Relations. 





GARLAND F. PINHOLSTER, B.S.. Horth Georgia Col- 
lege; M.A., Peabody College, has been named Georgia's 
Coach of the Year for three of the past four years. In addi- 
tion to his busy coaching schedule with the basketball team, 
he teaches physical education theory courses and freshman 
physical education. Coach Pinholster has written three 
books on basketball and plans to write an additional book 
every two year period. He also wishes to complete his doctoral 
work. 



BARBARA S. UEHLING, A.B.. Vnwersity of Wichita, 
M.A., J^orthwe.'itern University; Ph.D., T^orthwestern Uni- 
versity, teaches General Psychology, Child and Adolescent 
Psychology, Social Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, and 
Experimental Psychology. When she is not teaching or tak- 
ing care of her children. Dr. Uehling is advisor to the De- 
bate Team, is Program Chairman of the Woman's Club, and 
is a member of the League of Women Voters. 



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Administrative 

STAFF 




GLENDA BALOWSKI 

Assistant Registrar 




RICHARD BRUSCHKE 

Comptroller 




LENORA BALDWIN, R.N. 
College Tsjurse 




BILLY CARTER 

Assistant Coach 




JOAN BARTON 

Secretary to the Registrar 




THOMAS CHANDLER 

Librarian 



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JEANNE CRESSY 
Secretary to the President 



BOBBY DOYAL 

Dorm Proctor 



LYNN DRURY 
Dorm Proctor 





'CHIEF" SEWELL EDWARDS 

Campus Secretary 



BILL FLAMMER 
Dorm Proctor 






JANET GAY 
Secretary to the Dean 



CAROLE GEORGE 

Receptioms 



BERNICE MILLIARD 

Resident Counselor 
for Women 



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CHARLIE JACKSON 
Field Representative 



RUTH LOCKLIN 

Business Office Secretary 
and Receptionist 



RUTH LOVELL 

Manager of Boo\ Store 
and Post Office 





ELGIN MacCONNELL 
Resident Counselor for Men 



MAJORIE MacCONNELL 
Registrar 






BILL MALONE 

Superintendent of Maintenance 



LOUIS NASH 

Cafeteria Manager 



BOB OLSON 
Dorm Proctor 



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JO PAYNE 
Receptionist 



STANLEY PITCHER 

Business Manager 




C. A. N. RANKINE, M.D. 

College Physician 




DOROTHY RICHARDSON 

Assistant Librarian 





RUBY SEWELL 

Physical Education 
Instructor 




CAROL TUCKER 

Bursar 



CECELIA WATERS 
Dietician 



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Left to Right: Jon Prcu, Vice-President; Eleanor Yedvob, Secretary; Susie Straub, 
Treasurer; Tommy Crouch, President. 7s(ot Pictured: Pat Davis, Parliamentarian. 






Pat Abbott 




Eddie Baker 





Larry Abner 




H. jack Baker 




Nancy Berenguer 




Hank Alcxandc 




Billy Barr 




Anne Br 





Jdhn Aubrey 





Delmar Brinklcy 





Lanier Batrwc 




Bonnie Beck 




Carlee Bell 



Patricia Brown 



Jon Brown 29 




Mary Louise Browne 




Barry F. Champion 




Jacque Cook 




Tom Dallintjer 





Gloria Dial 




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Sharon C.irr 




Bon Cochran 




Thomas Cowan 




Marre Dangar 





James Carroll 




Lynn Coffey 




Roy Cowart 




Dave Davies 




Jwfe «BfeiK«v*«^ 



Bonnie Dolso 



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|oe Carter 




Steve Cole 




Tommy Crouch 




Patrici.i Ann Davis 




Paula Eisenstein 




Glenda Castleherry 




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me Lee Conner 




Sally Daily 




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Edwin DeWitt 




Petjiiy Exton 



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Durward Foxwortl 




Vivian Gray 




Ben Hargrove 




Cherry Hodges 




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Sharon Fricdncl 




Barbara Greenhauni 




Jim Hartlage 




Sue Howard 




Carol King 




Pat Frierson 




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Joanne Greenberg 




John Hunter 




Joan Knight 




Marcia Ckilden 




Jack Grubb 




John Henigbaum 




Dianne Jolly 




Suzie Kuhn 




Phil Graverson 




Ronnie Hal 




Randy Hcsser 




William Jordan 




Jimmy Langdon 



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Errol Leifer 




Edna Maleson 




Bob Moreland 




John Petry 




Doris Rathke 





Sammy Mayo 




Cee Noto 




Bill Porter 




Bill Reddicks 




Jo Ann Sager 




Bonnie McCiure 





Bill Preu 




William Reid 




Linda Sanders 




Pauline Metcalf 




Allen Palmer 





Clark Raby 




Jimmy Rippy 




Lynn Schaefer 




Sidney Minor 




Bill Parker 




Glen Rainey 




Glen Rose 




Annette Schroeder 



A Bad Beginnn 



^2 Linda Roy 




Kathy Shirley 




Phil Smith 




Suzy Straub 




Mary Wey 




Barry Silver 




Barbara Sciuthland 




Rona Surenk( 




Patsy Turner 





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Beverly White 



^a\es A Bad Endmg — Euripides 




Dennis Simpson 




Carol Speir 




Barry Theim 







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Earl Waters 




Lowell Williams 




Craig Smith 




Carolyn Stemples 




Larry Thomas 




Lynn Watkins 




Alicia Willis 




John Smith 




Bill Stewart 




Ted Webersinn 




Eleanor Yedvob 




Edward Young it 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 




Seated, left to right: Jane Archer, Secretary; Donna Williams, Treasurer; Sandy Wol- 
sey, Parliamentarian. Standing, left to right: Bob Calvert, President; Larry Davis, Vice 
President. 



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Gilbert Andreetti 




Jayne-L. Archer 




Michele Bernard 



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Mary Jane Bowman 




Virginia Bremer 




David Browning 





Wayne Browning 






Marcia Clifton 



Donna Calvert 





Paula Coker 



Bob Caron 



Joan Burdick 






Daniel Cowart 



Linda Crowe Chestnut 







Bob Calvert 





Doug Crozier 



Gloria Clark 




Ken Davis 



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Adgate Gay 




Martha Gilreath 




June Goldsmith 




Bill Hagan 




Jerilyn Hamhy 

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George Handley 




Larry Harbin 




Gary R. Haug 




Phyllis Jean Hyncs 




Dennis Kerr 



The Foolish and 
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The 
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The Dead Alone 

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Direction in Which Education 

A Man Will Determine His Fuuture Life Plato 



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David Pearl 




Jim Pendland 




Barry Percival 




Jean Rivers 






Charlotte Smith 



Wnody Sellers 




Mary Rose Smith 




Orlan Swennes 




Jimmy Taylor 




Jack E. Tebeau 




Edna Thollander 



'Tis the Mind That 



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Linda Robertson 




Charles M. Vance, jr. 




Billy Vauyhn 




Hoyt W,it;ner 



Makes the Body Rich Shal{esj^edre 




Albert Wallace 




Rehecca Whatle 



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Man he Wise. 

Shame For tiim To Uve and Learn - Sophocles 




Lynn White 




Donna Williams 




Pete Williams 




C. D. Wilhs 




Sandy Wolsey 




Bill Wyatt 




Gerald Yates 




Janet Yose 



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JUNIOR CLASS 




Left to right- Tom Winn, President; Kay Kilpatrick, Seeret.iry; Saramae Smith, Vic 
President; Ken Borden, Parliamentarian. ?S(ot Pictured Jim Egerton, Treasurer. 



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Johnny Abbott 




Mary Lou Andersen 



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Jean W. Arsenault 




Ken Borden 




Barbara Ann Dexter 




Carole George 




Joe Crea 




H. Lynn Drury 




Cabot Gupton 




Bobby Dalgeish 




Mary Helen Ford 




Travis Hames 



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Mrs. Mary K. Hurt 




Patricia McMichen 




Eddie Morris 




Terry Ingerson 




Steve McMuUen 




Madge Mosteller 




Susan Harris 




Kay Kilpatrick 



'^Si^ 



■<ifc. 




Morris Mitche 





Marcia H.irtrick 




Anne Latimer 




Ed M<x>re 




Larry D. Hunter 




Stuart Lynn 



To Throw away An 

As it Were. 

Which a Man 



Boh Nance 



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Tommy Phillips 




Enc ScharfF 



Honest Friend is, 
to Throw Tour Life Away, 
Loves the Best — Sophocles 




Jackie W. Powcl 




Dennis E. Schneihie 




Linda Lee Smith 




Brenda Rosentha 




Judy Seidenspinner 




Sara Mac Smith 





Elaine Shiflett 




Elizabeth Stafford 




Don Waters 




Judy Skiles 




Misty Teheau 




Tom Winn 



Jack Turpin 



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SENIOR CLASS 




Left to right: Ben Crawford, Parliamentarian; Demi Gay, Vice President; Martha 
Pool, Secretary; Jay Millard, Treasurer; Jack Warren, President. 



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Fiftyeightdashfiftynine — the age ot the unworthy Rat Orientation, Frustration 

Probation! 

And three-hour exams for all that. 

Fiftyninedashsixty — the summer had lessened our crew participation 

Much Fraternization 

But what's that? Greek notebooks are due? 

Sixtydashsixtyone — new love affairs, old ones, ennui 

Sophistication 

Experimentation 

And oh! What a piece of work - me! 

Sixtyonedashsixtytwo — Illusions of Grandeur, Farewell! 

Maturation 

Our Graduation* 

And, yes, we loved Oglethorpe well. 

' Gail Walker 



♦Graduation is not the culmination or twilight of our experience with Ogle- 
thorpe. It is really a giant step into a new relationship with her. It is the drawing of 
a new and grandeur appreciation of her values. We learn to love Oglethorpe while 
we are here, but we need more time to be nurtured and matured in that love. Education 
at Oglethorpe is not a diploma or four years of formal studying, but it is a way of life. 

Welcome, O Sunrise of Graduation. Usher in the opportunity to love and appre- 
ciate that which is already a part of us. 



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Jean M. Abbott 

Marietta, Georgia 

B.A. 




3, 4; 



Players, 1, 2, 
Treasurer, 2 ; 
Lab Instructor, 3 
4; Honor Court, 4. 



Lyn Alexander 
faunggyi, Burma 
B.S. 
Secretary, 3, 4; All Faiths Fellowship, 1, 2, 3; 
Gun Club, 2; Sophomore Class Secretary; Biology 
Stormy Petrel, 3; Biology Research Assistant, 




Virginia Chase Amason 
Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 
Wesleyan College; Cheerleader, 1, 2, Captain, 2; W. Club, 1, 2; 
Student Education Assoc, 1, 2; Dance Club Leader, 1,2; Individual 
Sports Club, 1; Stunt Night, I, 2; International Relations Club, 1; 
Swimming Team, 1,2. 



WiLMA E. BeGGS 

Warner Robins, Georgia 
B.A. 
Transfer Wesleyan College; Wesleyan Fellowship, 1; Individual 
Sports Club, 1; Humanics, 2, 3, 4; A.F.F., 2, 3, 4; Program Chair- 
man, 2, Vice President, 4. 



Christine Boone 

Acworth, Georgia 

B.A. 




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James Borom 

Chamblee, Georgia 

B.A. 

Freshman Basketball, 1; B-Team Basketball, 2; Varsity Baseball. 

1; Humanics, 1; Canterbury Club, 3, 4; Yamacraw Gun Club, .2; O 

Club, 2; APO, 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus, 2, 4; Players, 4. 



Mary Martha Bourne 

Dunwood, Georgia 

B.A. 

Young Harris College; Student Council; Dorcas Club, President; 

Enotan Echoes, News Editor. 



Karin I. Brown 

Atlanta. Georgia 

B.A. 



Anita Marie Buck 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 

Transfer, Anderson College, 1 960. 




Peter Butchart 

Greensboro, 7\J. C, 

B.A. 

Transfer, 1 ; APO, ?, 4; Gun Club, .V 




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Nancy Elaine Burdick 

Decatur, Georgia 

B.A. 

Shorter College, 1,2. 




Norman R. Burcin 

Chamhlee, Georgia 

B,A. 

BlueKey, 4;B()ar'sHc,id, 4. 



Ellen Cantrell 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 

Stormy Petrel, 1; Duchess Club, 3, 4, Secret. iry-Trcdsurer, 3 



Patricia Elaine Cooper 

Doraville, Georgia 

B.A. 



Benjamin C. Crawford, Jr. 
Greer, South Carolina 
B.A. 
Humanics Student Assoc, 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President, 3, President, 
4; APO, 1, 2, 3, 4, President, 2, Treasurer, 3; Senior Class Parlia- 
mentarian; Stormy Petrel, 3, 4, Ad Manager, 3; Honor Court, 3; 
Yamacraw Gun Club, 2; Dorm Council, 3; B-Team Basketball, 1, 2; 
Intramural Council, 2. 




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Mildred K. Effrain 

Smyrna, Georgia 

B.A. 



Russell Eiseman 
Savannah, Georgia 
B.A. 
of North Carolina; Paper Staff; Debate 
1, 2, 3, 4; Sports Editor, 3, 4; International 
Relations Club, 1, 2; Libertarians, 3, 4; Tennis Team, 3, 4; Student 
Council, 4, President, 4; Debate Team, 4; Blue Key National Hon- 
or Fraternity, 3, 4, President, 4; Boar's Head Honor Fraternity, 
President, 4, Intercollegiate Council, 4; Dorm Councilor, 3, 



Transfer, University 
Team; Stormy Petrel, 





Nancy Thompson English 
Chamblee, Georgia 
B.A. 
Transfer, Erskine College; Freshman Entertainment Board Repre- 
sentative, 1; A.R.P. Student Union, 1, 2; Vice President, 2; Cheer- 
leader, 1, 2; Co-Captain 2; Erskine Players, 1; "Best Actress" Erski 
Award, 1 ; Woman's Ahtletic Association Board, 2; Chorus, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Humanics Student Assoc, 3, 4; Women's Student Council, 2; Life 
Service Group, 1,2; Philomelian Literary Society, 1, 2; Dean's List, 
1, 3. 

William J. Flammer 
Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 
Transfer, Wake Forest College; Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity; Army 
R.C-T.C. Drill Team; Oglethorpe Stormy Petrel, 3; Bowling League, 
3; Treasurer, 3; Interactivity Council, 3; Varsity Baseball, 2, 3, 4; 
Class Intramural Representative, 3, 4; Intramural Council, 4; Men's 
Upperclassmen Dormitory Proctor, 4; Men's Dormitory Board, 4; 
Honor Court, 4. 



Bruria K. Falik 

B.A. 

Fuzes, Germat, Hungary 

Transfer, Ecole Agricole dc Milaveh, Israel, 1960. 



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James D. Fowler 

Smyrna, Georgia 

B.A. 

Blue Key, 4; Boar's Head, 4. 




Who's Who Among 
2, 3, 4; Chairman, 4 
manics Student Assoc, 



Janet Kennedy Gay 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 

Students; Honor Committee; 
; Stormy Petrel, 2, 3; News 
1, 2; Secretary, 2. 



Honor Court, 
Editor, 3; Hu- 




Derril Gay 

Savannah, Georgia 
B.A. 
Who's Who Among Students; Stormy Petrel, 2, 
2; Editor-in-Chief, 3; President Junior Class; 
lor Class; Honor Committee, 2; Co-Chairman 
nedy- Johnson; Humanics Student Association, 1 
President, 2 ; Joint Student-Faculty Committee, 



Committee, 2; Alpha Phi Omega, 2, 3,4; Chaplain, 



3, 4; News Editor, 
Vice-President Sen- 
Students for Ken- 
I, 2, 3; First Vice- 
3, 4; Interactivity 



Robert Gore 
Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 
Transfer student. 



Joyce Ann Gravel 

La\e Wales, Florida 
B.A. 
Student Council, Secretary, 4; Stormy Petrel, 2, 3, 4; Oglethorpe 
Players, 1, 2, 3, 4; Yamacraw, 2; Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; All 
Faiths Fellowship, 2, 3, 4; Public Relations, 2, 3; Assembly Com- 
mittee, 2; Yamacraw Gun Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Southeastern Marks- 
manship Champion, 4; Homecoming Queen, 2; Who's Who Among 
Students in American Colleges and Universities, 4; Freshman Class 
Secretary, 1; Junior Class Secretary, 3; Student Librarian, 2, 3. 




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Rat Court, 2; Basketball, 1 
?; All Conference G.I.A.C 



ior Varsity Basketball Coach, 4; "O" Club. 



Johnny Guthrie 
Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 
2, 3, 4; Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain, 
Parliamentarian Student Body, 4; Jun- 



Thomas W. Hewlett, Jr. 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.S. 

Le Conte Society, 3, 4. 





Paula Hofmann 

Decatur, Georgia 
B.A. 
Newman Club, 1, 2. 3, 4; Secretary, 3; Yamacraw Staff, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Editor, 3; Assistant Editor, 4; Honor Court, 2; Honor Committee, 
3, 4; Chairman, 4; Duchess Club, 4; Le Conte Society, 3, 4; Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Universities, 4; Inter Activity Com- 
mittee, 3 ; Homecoming Queen 4. 



Martha E. Hoss 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 



John Carroll Jay 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 

Basketball, 1; Humanics Association. 1, 2; Alpha Phi Omega, 1, 

4; Bowling League, 3. 



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Patricia Miller Knopf 

Ashev]Ue, Tsjorth Carolina 
B.A. 
Yamacraw, 1, 2, 3; Cheerleading, 1, 2, 3; Players, 1, 2, 3; 
Stormy Petrel, 1,2; Dorm Council, 1,2. 



John Kuiken 
Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 
Transfer Piedmont College; Social Finance C;;mmittee, 2 
Treas. Freshman Class, 1 ; Dorm Council, 2 ; Basketball 
1,2; Baseball, 1,2; School Paper, 1, 2; J. S. Green's Lit 
erary Society, 1, 2 Debating Club, 1; Work Aid Program 
2 Basketball, 3; Stormy Petrel Staff Writer, 3, 4; Captain 
Oglethorpe Debating Team, 4; Inter-Activity Committee, 
3; Intramural Director, 3. 



Hugh Lasseter 

Roanoke, Alabama 

B.A. 

Transfer, College of William and Mary. 



Ethel Holloway Law 
Selbyville, Delaware 
B.A 
Transfer Duke University; Horse Show, 2, Second Prize 
Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority, 1,2; Zeta Tau Alpha Alum 
Organization, 3, 4; YWCA, I, 2; Dorm Social Chairman 
2; Campus Social Committee, 1,2; Campus "Dirk-Bow' 
Day Chairman, 2; Chairman of "Bowing" the Freshmen 
Tennis Tournament, 3. 



William Thomas Lawler 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 




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Bertram J. Levy 
Roosevelt, A(eu; York, 
B.S. 
Players, 3, 4; President, 4; Le Conte, 2, 3, 4; Honor Com- 
mittee, 4; Boar's Head, 4; Blue Key, 4; Literary Magazine, 
3, 4; Editor, 4. 



Robert P. Mallis 

Savannah, Georgia 
B.A. 
Transfer, Armstrong College; Class Treasurer, 2; Sports 
Editor of Annual, 2; Tennis Team, 3, 4; Business Man- 
ager Yamacraw, 4; Bowling League, 3. 




William P. McDonough 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 




T. Wayne McCormack 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 



Bonnie McGurn 

Clar\sdale, Georgia 
B.S. 
Transfer, Georgia Tech; Gamma Psi, 1; Society of Women 
Engineers, 1 ; Women Students Assoc, 1 ; Interfraternity 
Council Secretary, 1; Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; President, 
3; All Faiths Fellowship, 2, 3, 4; President, 3; Interactivi- 
ties Committee, 3; Yamacraw Staff, 4; Biology Lab Assis- 
tant, 3, 4; Duchess Club 3, 4; President, 4; Le Conte 
Honorary Science Society, 3, 4; President, 4; Who's Who 
in American Colleges and Universities, 4. 



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James Jay Millard 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.S. 

APO 2,3,4; Senior Class Treasurer. 



Cleon M. Mobley, Jr. 

Glennville, Georgia 

B.S. 

Yamacraw Gun Club; Chorus; "Saints"; Tech: Tau Alpha Pi; Inst. 

of Radio Engineers; B.S.U. President. 



Charlotte S. Morris 
Dallas, Georgia 
B.A. 
Duchess Club Award, 1 ; Class Treasurer, 1 
2, 3; Honor Committee, 4; Cheerleader, 2; 
tary, 3, Vice-President, 4; Duchess Club, 4; 



; Class Vice-President, 
Leconte Society Secre- 
Yamacraw Staff, 1, 2, 



3, 4; Homecoming Court, 
Gun Club, 1. 



Who's Who, 4; Social Committee, 1, 2; 



Hilda C.aole Morris 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B A. 

Transfer, Greensboro College, 1960. 




DoucLAs R. Mote 

Wmder, Georgia 

B.A. 

Basketball Manager, 3 




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Thomas Norwood 

Decatur, Georgia 

B.A. 

Rat Court; Varsity baseball, 1, 3, 4; Varsity basketball 

1,2, 3,4; O Club. 



Robert V. Olson 

JamestovLfn, J^ew Tor\ 

B.A. 

Frosh. Class Vice-President; Sophomore Class President; Basketball 

Manager, 1, 2, 4; Humanics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Rat Court, 2, 4; Junior 

year in Sweden. 




Martha Pool 
St. Simons Island, Georgia 
B.A. 
Literary Society, 1; Players, 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus, 
Senior Class Secretary. 




Hernando Pantigos 
Arequipa, Peru 
B.A. 



Duchess, 3, 4; 



Sally Reyn(;lds 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 



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Varsity basketball, 1,2, 
ident, 1, Parliamentarian 



Jay Rowland 
Gainesville, Florida 

B.A. 
3, 4; Varsity baseball, 1, 2, 
3 ; Boar's Head Award, 1 . 



3, 4; Class Pres- 




ROBERT R. ShUMAKE 

Carrollton, Georgia 

B.A. 



Aviva Shwinder 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 



Mary Bob Smu h 
Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 
Duchess Ckib. 4. 



Becky Floyd Teachey 

Tho^na.'^i'ille, Georgia 

B.A. 

Chorus, 1; Intramurals, I, 2, 3; Soph. Class Parli.mientari.iii; Rat 

Court, 2; Homecoming Court, 4. 




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NOT PICTURED 



Bailey, George Neal, B.S. 

Bradley, William, B.A. 

Cording, Betsy May, B.A. 

FoTi, Veronique Maria, B.A. 

Goodwin, Howard, B.A. 

Katz, Mrs. Sarah Israel, B.A. 

Kent, Rose Bud, B.A. 



Levy, Carolyn Carter, B.A. 
McCuLLAR, Mrs. Myrtle, B.S. 

Mohan, Robert John, B.A. 

Petty, Mrs. Myra Turner, B.S. 

Richardson, Alfred Rae, B.A. 

Schatzman, Frederick Asher, B.S. 



Alice Jean Turner 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 



J. Gail Walker 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 
Social Committee, 1; Stormy Petrel, 2: Lyceum Comm., 2; Chorus 
Accompianist, 3; Junior Class Treasurer, 3; Duchess, 3, 4. 





John C. Warren, Jr. 
B.A, 
APO, 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 1, Vice-President, 2, President, 3, Sgt.- 
At-Arms, 4; Humanics, 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 2, President, 3; 
Newman Cluh, 1, 2, 3, 4; Stormy Petrel, 3, 4, Business Manager, 3, 
Columnist, 4; Student Council, 2, 4, Treasurer, 2, Representative, 4; 
■■Saints," 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 3, 4; Honor Court, 1; Public Relations 
Comm., 1; Interactivity Comm., 2. 3, 4; Alumni-E.xecutive Comm., 4; 
Joint Student-F.iculty Comm., 2; Cheerleader Selection Comm., 2, 4. 



Margaret Mary Weinberg 

Gainesville, Florida 

B.A. 

Elmir.i College, 1; Cheerleader, 2, 3; Tamacraw, 2, 3; Stormy 

Petrel, 3; Literary Magazine, 3, 4, Editor, 3. 




Marguerite B. Weisiger 
Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 
Georgian Court College; Glee Club, 1, 2; Business Cluh, 1 
retary, 2; Sodality, 1, 2; Oglethorpe U., Newman Club, 3, 4. 



2, Sec- 



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S 



THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT 



The Student Council consists of the five officers and the four class presidents. They are 
the coordinating and governing body of the campus. 




Russell Eisenman, PRESIDENT 





Lynn Drury, VICE-PRESIDENT 



Joyce Gravel, SECRETARY 



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Tommy Phillips, TREASURER 



Johnny Guthrie, 
PARLIAMENTARIAN 




SEATED, left to nght: Tommy Crouch, Joyce Gravel, Russell Eisenman. STAND- 
ING, left to right: Bob Calvert, Tommy Phillips, Jack Warren, Lynn Drury, Tom 
Winn, Johnny Guthrie. 



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HONOR COURT 



Janet Gay, Chairman 
Mr. Leo Bilancio, Advisor 

IvIEMBERS: 



Lynn Alexander 
Jo Ann Sager 
Rosemary Scraggs 
Glenda Balowsky 
Janet Gay 



Ken Davis 
Pete Williams 
Bill Flammer 
Dave Davies 




SEATED, left to right: Jo Ann Sager, Rosemary Scraggs, Janet Gay, Glenda Balowsky, 
Lynn Alexander. STANDING, SECOND ROW, left to right: Ken Davis, Pete Wil- 
liams, Bill Flammer, Dave Davies. 




The Honor Court is composed of students 
chosen for their sense of responsibility and 
honor. The effectiveness of the Court de- 
pends, however, on the honor of every in- 
dividual student. 



Leo Bilancio, Advisor 



HONOR COMMITTEE 



The Honor Committee has as its funetion the investigation of violations of the Honor 
Code. 





Mr. Leo Bilancio, 
Faculty Advisor 



MEMBERS: Paula Hofmann, 
Chairman; Charlotte Morris, Sen- 
ior Representative; Bert Levy, Jun- 
ior Representative; Barry Percival, 
Sophomore Representative; Sammy 
Mayo, Freshman Representative. 



STANDING, left to right: Barry Percival, Charlotte Morris, Paula Hofmann, Sammy 
Mayo. 



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Oglethorpe Bnitiersitg ^lagers 
present . . . 








FIRST ROW, left to right: Barbara Klein, Larry Thoinas, Cherry Hodges, Lynn Alex- 
ander, Conan Rudd, Mimi Honce, Martha Poole, Mr. Wendell Brown, Larry Davis, 
Elizabeth Stafford, Jimmy Ann Langdon, Lynda Papini. SECOND ROW: Ben 
Osborne, Jim Borum, Peter Bacon, Terry Ingerson, Cebie Smith, Ned Young, Patricia 
Frierson, Madge Mosteller, and Kay Kilpatrick. 




SEATED, left to right: Mr. Wendell 
Brown, Faculty Advisor; Martha Pool, 
President; Mrs. Mimi Honce, Director. 
SECOND ROW, left to nght: Larry Davis, 
Business Manager; Lynn Alexander, Secre- 
tary; Conan Rudd, Stage Director. 



s 




Oglethorpe Xiterarg Itagazine 




SEATED, kft to right: Dave Bauman, Bert Levy. STANDING, left to right: Marre 
Dangar, Cebie Smith, Sandy Wolsey, Bambi Klein, Bill Porter. 



EDITORS, left to right: 
Dave Bauman, Bert Levy. 




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NEWMAN CLUB 





FIRST ROW, left to right: Mary Jane Bowman, Carol McTeer, Gloria Clark, Jack 
Warren, Diane Leonard. SECOND ROW, left to right: Edward DeGross, Thomas 
Winn, Bonnie McGurn, Advisor, Mr. William A. Carroll. 





Left to right: 

Ed DeGross, 

Carol McTeer, 

Advisor, Mr. William A. Carroll. 



YAMACRAW GUN CLUB 



The Yamacraw Gun Club constructed and maintains a firing range which is at the 
disposal of interested students. The Club provides for the encouragement of organised 
rifle and pistol shooting among the member of the University. The sportsmanship dis- 
played on the firing range by participants is indicative of the unity prevailing at 
Oglethorpe. 




FIRST ROW, \neehng, left to nght: Donna Williams, Vivian Gray, Carolyn Stemples, 
Jane Lee Conner, Kattie Patton, Bambi Klein, Cherry Hodges, Foxy Stafford, Patsy 
Turner. STANDING, left to right: "Chief" Edwards, Ed DeGross, Dan Cowart, Bob 
Calvert, Charlie Vance, Gerald Yates, Steve Figler, Chip Mobley, Larry Harbin, Hoyt 
Wagner. 




Left to right: Charlie Vance, Vice-President; Diana Leonard, Secre- 
tary; Gerald Yates, President; Jo Payne, Treasurer; Dan Cowart Field 
Executive. 




Left to right: Joyce Gravel, Southeastern 
District Rifle Champion (Marksmanship 
Division) and "Chief" Edwards, Advisor. 



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O 



^ 







KNEELING, left to right: George Handley, George Alexander, Larry Harbin, Steve 
Cole, Jack Turpin, Stuart Lynn ,'^Ed DeGross, Ken Davis. STANDING, left to right, 
first row: Steve McMuUen, Dave Davies, John Lipham, Ben Osborne, Mary Lou Ander- 
sen, Larry Davis, Conan Rudd, Jim Bundy, Charles Vance, Dr. Richard Reser, Advisor; 
Mr. Brown, Advisor. STANDING, left to right, second row: Frank MaHafFey, Pete 
Butchart, Craig Smith, John Smith, Jack Grubb, Jack Turpin, Lee Daniel. STAND- 
ING, left to right, third row: Jon Preu, Bob Olson, Lynn White, Don Waters, Cabot 
Gupton, Ben Crawford. 



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OFFICERS (1962-1963), left to right Steve MeMuilen, Historian; Jack Warren, 
Sergeant-at'Arms; Larry Davis, Vice-President; Cahot Gupton, President; Lynn 
White, Secretary; Jack Turpin, Second Vice-President; Dennis Kerr, Treasurer. 



APO SWEETHEART 

Miss Mary Lou Andersen 




. .^ v< '^'^^ f 



These ball games are hard work! 





Help with Boy Scout Lenox Square Exhibition 




APO Pledges make addition of "Stormy" to the 
Field House. 



Pledge Class 1961 -'62 



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Left to right: Mr. MacConnell, Advisor: George Handley, Jane Lincoln, Anne Latimer 
Barry Percival. 






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LIBERTARIAN SOCIETY 




SEATED, left to right. Steve White, Dave Bauman, Foxy Stafford, Anne Latimer, Ben 
Osborne, Bambi Klein, Mike Allison, Jim Egerton. 



Mike Allison, President; Jim Egerton, 
Vice-President, 




"The pathway of thought discovers the doorway to freedom — 
tred carefully still, for truth is the key." 

In pursuit of this motto, this group meets to discuss various 
philosophical issues relevant to modern society. 



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O. U. Campus Two Nights 



Drama Enacted 
In Auditorium 




1 1 ? 1 1'rl '1 V T 3 

jld in "the '^"'y Ingerson, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF „„ 
)nv tor the l^lvu&^, ^i«^.^ ..^ - i--^- — - — ''i" 



nitiation ceremony | 
ir reg-ular member- \ 

informal meeting 
,- by the absence of 
i-y 1/iu Anderson, 
's newly elected 

was lUiable t') at- 

'Iness. 

'A ell be prriiid of 
: i'ld'-hip and serv- 
;i-.\vri in the Fra- 
Jie last few yeuis. 
vice projects ihey 
!i indication of the 
s jcroup. 

chairman, in an- 
estions about mem- 
lients says that al- 

membership in the 
led, this does not 

iiity to those plan- 

il)e scouting field, 

. IS of A,P,0, are 

s majors. 

I inbers are Dave 

ent; Steve Cole, 

Lee Daniels, Jaclv 

Harbin, Bob Mc- 

oto, John Petry, Jon 

Smith, and John 




Lift-hts out, malie-up on, hiu 

ay in niemoiv, and t'li 

et foi 

ly ami 

Oglethcnr 

■oyan s ( j 

rium at S 
Mimi Iloh 

e play 

has somi 
in one of I 

atest e\p6 
|ave. Thati 

ose this p|! 

itious wo': 

o do, esp|| 

s are all or 

chaiacteii 

ors who 
staee were Terry I^ 
Klein. Xed Young, 
Jim Borum. Elizabeth Stafford, 
Peter Bacon. Pat Frierson, r^ r^ , r\r, 

Smith, Jean Hilliard. C h i Dianne Leonard, MANAGING EDITOR 

Hodk'es, Dan Sowai-t, Martha 




and D'Indi, 

The behind-the-.seenes work was 
meanized into committees. They 
are as follows: Prop Committee, 
with Sharon Fredrick as chairman; i 

Costume Committee, with Mary ■'^taye Dhector, and Susan Harris 
Lou Andersen and Cherry Hodges .served as prompter, 
as co-chairmen; Make-up Commit- j Saroyan plays depend on one 



Shoini (ihorc is Terril A. liigrmnn anil Mies Baihaiu Ami Klei 
(ifi fhi'n I'hrvisf f.n- !<o r'li/n It's r'ave Dwellers u-hirh iras sii'ii in tl 
OJ'. n.i.li'o, i:',is 'lilt Fridrnj ,ni,l Siil:inlij!/ i'i;il,ts. 



loca'-- 
iague, 1 
otes wil 




Joyce Gravel 
FEATURE EDITOR 



Rare Boo 
Preserved 



CAROLE GEORGE 

fing down a flight of narrow 
g stairs, and looking over- 
it .spiderwebs and a lonely, 
ght bulb swinging from its 
: felt as if I were really en- 
into a world of mystery. To 
iin extent, I was. 
actual vault is locked behind 
doors, within another room, 
is used as a storai-'e room 

First in a series 



e I'^'-ary. Inside it are docu- 
72 vide variety, and im- 



Uffner Resigns 
spt New 
in Ohio 

E GRAVEL 

uis Uffner, Jr., t 
rsity Relations 
ignert from the a 
ff on January 3 

ho left on Febr 
ted the position 
Vice President f 
Western Reser 
eveland, Ohio. B 
will be to s 
plans eoneerni; 
endowments, a 
f funds being CO 
, University, 
ng Georgia Tech f 
■. Uffner came 
Ugletnorpe wnere he graduated 
19,51 with a B.A. degree. He i 
ceived his M.A. from Peabody C' 
fO ; lege in 1952. 

' Upon completion of his coUe 

career, he became principal at A 

t Elementary School in Forest Pa, 

Georgia. In 1956 Mr. Uffner i 
; turned to Oglethorpe to serve as 
that little field representative in promoti 
They speak , the ideals of the University 
bhool as it j prospective students in varic 
peak of the ! parts of the United States. F 
1 might be. I lowing this, he became Assistant 
thing from ■ the President and took over 1 
when O.U. ! responsibilities of the Public I 
to a first | lations Office and the Alumni J 
ent Thorn- 1 gociation. 

the school, \ Oglethorpe University has s 
:ently, this | j^,.^^ ^ g^,^^^ i„^, through 1 



■B ^aam m i.< ' book was published by the Ogle- i,esignation of Mr, Uffner. and 

SPORTS STAFF, left to n,ht: Russell E.senm.n (Ed.tor), Bob Mc- iT^IZf^Jl \^^:Z-X'^Z^^^^ 

Mains, John Lipham, Ken Bordon. on from the 191(> ^^j ^j^ willingness to help impn 

It that time O.U. .^ .^^ ^,j respects have been grea 
^^^£W V ^ jm ,had a faculty of only six! appreciated. The time and eff 



President. Tom who is from Al- i ,..ommendations. Jon is also a "' *■' -^'"^^ 

^' NEWS STAFF, left to right: Ben Osborne, Mary Danger, Carole 
,^" Georj,;e (Editor), Woody Sellers, 



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Present Entertainment 




ting com- 
akespeare 
plant and 
ition. The 

her in the 
heatre rep- 
Idren's play 



ilaged be- 

J February 

^)r produc- 

ag: "The 

?" — Chris- 

,• ' — Samuel 

,\\>^ Paycock" 

onieles of__v3 
, helderodej I '^ 
Iward Al- 
)waiter"- 

■« ?" y varied i 
f will pr( 
nge to th 
interestin _ 
■e. 

the repei 

one of tl^^ 

demy sinc/^ 

St year th 

jduced th 

ea with th 

^..re Festivi 

at Emory University. The recer 

p\ t il by Atlant 

i^,g , Sam Mayo, MANAGING EDITOR iged them t 

alist -'""s ^''^P « 

Daily: 

diversity is land and build- 

md the physical facilities 

ake it possible for people to 

It's buildings that mean 
ing, and that provide more 
ihelter from the elements, 
lildings that carry famous 
that grow in tradition 
h the years and become a 
part of the entirety of a 
ity. 

niversity is teachers. Not 
•dinary teachers, but those 

teachers who give much 
han ■ ■ ' ' ' 



\n.Kjr f — otuoeius ill, uregon 
State University spend almost .$8 
million per school year, or $1,028 
per student in the community im- 
mediately surrounding their cam- 
pus. 

These figures are among the 
findings in a study of student 
spending conducted as a market- 
ing-research class project and re- 
ported by Jody Ramsey in the 
"Daily Barometer." A sample of 
254 .students was used in determin- 
ing the economic impact of the 
total student group of 7,899. 

Average weekly expenditures 
were: room and board, $18.44; 
food, $4.94; beverages, $2.20; to- 



inouie lo rroressor 

Tlw following eulogy was wiillen by Mniiatiiie Fakk-Baran 
(Oglethorpe 'ST) ii 
foniiir hnrlff-r at 
in Xcir fin r< ,i , Con, 
George Marion 0' 
I have a wieath of 1 
in my heart. 

The fir.st flower 
Marion the teacher, 
schools and colleges 
tries, knew many 
taught me. But*onl 
did I meet who wer 
those rulers of old: 
of God. One was Pi 
The other was Profei 
His students at 
' >.", affectil 



18 Achieve 
Dean's List 

Eighteen students out of four 
hundred and ten enrolled last 
quarter made the dean's list for 
the quarter. That is approxi- 
mately four and one-half per 
cent of the student body. 

Tho.se named to the dean's list 
are the following: Norman Bur- 
an Fisher, 
s Fowler, 
Kay Kil- 
/ler, Bert 
s, Sandra 
tson, Mil- 
)b Smith, 
u z a n n e 
nd Donna 

;ty-one is 
honor. 





in a great ! made my heart bounce with li 



Barry Percival 
BUSINESS MANAGER 



Jo Ann Sager and Larry Davis 
DISTRIBUTION EDITORS 




mce strolled the .side- 

I nain..-< ^i ^..^ __ , e granite walkway un- 

i folding its beauty. Now, here I stand, aged by the hand of 
'■ God and searching for memories 

my soul — a hush fell over my 
heart. This was not the isle of my 
youth. There was no life. No sign 
of movement. 

The tolling of bells high atop the 
tower broke the trance. I remem- 
bered the sound. It seemed like 
only yesterday that they rang the ' g 
end of my stay here. Many had 
come before and many left after 
but there are no more to come and 
no more to leave. 



f' 8"d STANDING, Dan Cowart, Pho- 
t one ^ , ' 

ne to tographer. 

e class. I I , 

iversity is all these things I N 




Marion O'Donnell the man. He w: 
of frail physique and slight bull 
subject to the many ailments of 
highly sensitive system. The fa 
speed of a car, or a haircut on 
cold, windy day, would upset hir 
But his moral strength and cou 
age were towering. He would star 
up and fight against dishonesty, ii 
trigue, and injustice like a giai 
where the robust campus men i 
tweeds took refuge in safe an 
biguity. His emblem carried n< 
■■■'■■ " ' luill: it included th 



jn the friend woul 

Dulder kindly whe 

unerringly hold yo 

jlities, patiently an 

y you. Every meet 

left your mind er 

gracious miniatur 

iughts and graeefi 

are gifts I cherisl 

3e that he is gone 

■, it seems, he sen 

1 invitation with a: 

street plan, so 

to find his house 

■es of the beautiful 

h lived in his back 

en in summer, am 

so that I could en 

'W. George Marioi 

jone, but he left mi 

is gifts. The great 

his image of Man 

-lugh history, striv 

s highest visions. 



''etition 
ecognition 

-.Juc of The Stormy 
the silence. My old companiun Yic- , 1'' trel contained an article on a 
g„- i i^x_x^ . .. .. g for changes in some 

f TYPING STAFF, left to right: Cebie ""'(? fhe women'- 

Smith, Sandy Wolsey, Cherry Hodges, 
Z Jo Ann Sager. was presented to Dr. 

its luture. 



w, who studied its 
me tervor of oneness | statistics, and noted th.j,'J per 
began a slow death. Each was an cent of the women dorm -^ 

individual hut n^vpr lenclino- bit: I Aar,^r. n.V.,, .,:™« — I *u„ i;*;,... 



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JOINT COMMITTEE 



This committee functions as a sounding board for problems which arise within the 
faculty, the administration and the students. It is made up of various faculty members, 
Dr. Agnew and Dean Seward and the Vice-Presidents of each class. 




SEATED, left to right Russell Eisenman, Jon Preu, Mr. MacConnell, Derrill Gay, 
Dr. Agnew, Dean Seward, Mr. Bilancio. 



HUMANICS 





\ time for reffection 



SEATED, left to right: "Pop" Crow, Advisor; Janet Yose, Secretary; Ken Davis, 
Second Vice-President; Jack Turpin, Treasurer; Arnold Baker, Vice-President. 




FIRST ROW, left to right: Carolyn Stemples, Jane Lincoln, Janet Yose, Gloria Early, 
Patsy Turner. SECOHD ROW, left to right: "Pop" Crow, Advisor; Gloria Thompson, 
Maxine Robinson, Barbara Dexter, Wilma Be^gs, Scarlett Shenk, Dianne Jolly, Steve 
McMullen. THIRD ROW, left to nght: Arnold Baker, Sam Mayo, Dons Rathke, 
Jackie Murphy, Jack Warren, Bob Olson. FOURTH ROW, left to right: Ed Moore, 
Jim Pendlum, Jack Turpin, George Handley, Barr>' Champion, Dave Davies. FIFTH 
ROW, left to right: Frank MaHafFey, Howard Goodman, Ken Davis, Craig Smith, 
John Day. SIXTH ROW, left to nght: Lemand Kelly, Lynn White, Cabot Gupton, 
Lee Daniel. SEVENTH ROW, left to nght: Tom Dallinger, Jack Grubb, Ben 
Crawford. 



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ALL FAITHS FELLOWSHIP 







FIRST ROW, left to nght: Patsy Turner, Jo Payne, Barbara Klein, Gloria Early, Janet 
Yose, Wilma Beggs, Bonnie McGurn. SECOND ROW, left to right: Lynn White, 
Conan Rudd, Anne Latimer, Dave Davies. 



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OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY 
DEBATE TEAM 




It is the purpose of this group to further intercollegiate contact on a 
higher academic level. 






STANDING, left to right: Ben Osborne, Jim Egerton, Mike Allison, Russell Eisenman. 



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EXECUTIVE STAFF 
Mr. Bilancio, Advisor; Paula Hof 
mann, Assistant Editor; Eric ScharfF, 
Editor-in-Chicf. 



Robert Mallis, BUSINESS MANAGER 





ORGANIZATIONS 

Left to right EltMiior Ycdvoh, JoAnne Sager, Mary Lou Andersen 
(Editor), C.irol)'n Stemples, Phyllis Hynes. 



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SPORTS 
Left to right: Carol Spier, Sandy Wolsey, Ken Bor- 
den (Co-Editor). 7S[ot fiictured; George Handley 
(Co-Editor). 



FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION 

Left to right: Susie Straub, Joan Womack (Editor), Cherry 
Hodges, Brenda Rosenthal. 



PUBLISHER'S 




HONORS 

Left to right: Anne Latimer (Edi- 
tor), Peggy Exton, Betty Jane Rut- 
land. 




ACTIVITIES 

Tommy Phillips (Editor), 
Lyn Cotfey. Jackie Cook, 
Jane Lee Connor, Carale Bell, 
Ed Moore, Bcnnie McGurn. 



Ed DeGross, Photographer 






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CLASSES 
Left to right: Donna Williams, Mar>' Danger, Judy 
Haden, Edna Maleson, Virginia Bremmer. 



INTERACTIVITY COUNCIL 



This group coordinates the activities of the campus through meeting once a month to 
schedule the events of every organisation. 




FIRST ROW, left to right: Jack Warren, Eric Scharff, Anne Latimer, Bob Calvert, 
Donna WiUiams. SECOND ROW, left to rights Orean Mann, Jack Turpin, Tommy 
Phillips, Cabot Gupton, Janet Yose. THIRD ROW, left to right: Elizabeth Stafford, 
Terry Ingerson, Tom Winn, Ken Borden. 



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INTRAMURAL COUNCIL 

Left to right: Steve Figler, Phyllis Hynes, Sophomore Representatives; Bill Flam- 
mer, Senior Representative; Ken Borden, Junior Representative. Jiot pictured: 
Ben Hargrove, Judy Hayden, Freshmen Representatives. 












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SOCIAL COMMITTEE 



It is the purpose of this society to provide the students with a certain 
degree of social hfe on the campus. This society sponsors three dances 
per year. 






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Jim Borom, Mrs. Lundoen, "Director"; Marty Gilreath, Bill Bradley, B. J. Rutland, 
Anne Davis, Cleon Mobley, Sandra Ellenhurg, Ed DeGross. 




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as to others. Whether the results be good or bad, man should 
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WOMEN'S CHAMP- -Judy Seidenspinner 



MURALS 



INTRAMURAL STORY 

This year marked the rennaissance of the intramural program at Oglethorpe. 
Under the able leadership of the revitaHzed intramural committee and Coach Billy 
Carter the program has indeed had a rebirth. It has sponsored individual sports from 
tennis to frisbee and team sports from football to Softball. The committee recognizes 
that the program is far from complete, but it is proud of the progress made this year. 
The committee hopes that in the near future every student can pancipate in an activity 
of his or her chosing the entire year around. This is a high goal but one that is essential 
to any well balanced university program. With the dedication of the intramural pro- 
gram to this ideal and a growing involvement on the part of all students, this goal 
should not be in the too distant future. 



121 






FINAL 


STANDINGS 








Won 


Lost 


Lions 




5 





Drifters 




2 


1 


Colts 




3 


2 


Trojans 




2 


3 


Redskins 




1 


4 


Bears 







3 




CHAMPION LIONS 

Standing; Bill Flammer, Ken Borden, Robert Mallis: Kneeling: Tom 
Winn, Shep Theim, Bob Moreland; J^ot Pictured: Jack Te Beau, 
Jack Grubb. Bill Hagan. 





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VOLLEYBALL 





FINAL 


STANDINGS 


- 






Won 


Lost 


Murphies 




3 


2 


Hynes 




2 


3 


Sagers 




1 


3 


Haydens 




1 


3 




CHAMPIONS 

Standing: Jo Payne, Diane Jolly, Rose Smith, Marsha Clif- 
ton. Kneeling: Paula Coker, Jackie Murphy, Scarlet Shenk. 



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BASKETBALL 



FINAL 


STANDINGS 




Team 


Won 


Lost 


Drifters 


4 





Rats 


3 


1 


Roadrunners 


2 


2 


Good Timers 


1 


3 


Stags 





4 




CHAMPION DRIFTERS 

Front row: Jack Turpin, Ken Borden, Tom Winn, Gil Andreetti; 
Bac\ row: Lynn White, Travis Hames, Perry Cash, Eric ScharfF 







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SPRING 
INTRAMURALS 



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FACULTY 
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SOCCER 



Soccer was new on the Oglethorpe scene this year, 
but it was as welcome as an old friend. Players and 
fans alike responded warmly to this fast competitive 
game. The seasons results were far more than ex- 
pected. With no seniors on this year's team, next 
year's foes had better beware. 



OFFENSE 




■^S^ISfF- **'*^ *"• 



Vront row: Co-captain Benton Greenleaf, Durwood Foxworth; Jack Baker; Ted 
Webersinn, Co-captain Ken Borden, Glenn Rose, Craig Smith; Back, row: Coach Bill 
Carter, Ronnie Swartzburg, John Hunter, Lanier Bagwell, Steve Figler, Phil Smith, 
William Vaughn, Ben Hargrove. 





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DEFENSE 






Coach Bill Carter 



Ben Hargrove — First Casualty 




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SEASON'S RESULTS 

O. U. 7 — Emory-at-Oxford 1 
O. U. 4 — Emory-at-0\ford 5 
O. U. 2— Emory 3 



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Co-captains Tommy Norwood and Jay Rowland 








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COGS IN 



Bobby Sexton 



Bob Nance 



Morris Mitchel 



Jimbo Hartlage 



132 




Tommy Norwood 



Jay Rowland 




THE WHEEL 



Bill Stewart 



Ray Thomas 



Joe Carter 



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133 







134 







135 




Johnny Guthrie, Tommy Norwood, Ray Thomas, Bobby Nance, Bobby Sexton, Morris 
Mitchell, Bill Stewart, Billy Parker, Jimbo Hartlage, Darrell Whitford, Jay Rowland, 
Joe Carter. 




Coach Garland Pinholster 





Manager Bob Olson 



Assistant Coach Bill Carter 




Staticians Tom Wmn, Ken Borden, Steve McMullen and 
Eric ScharfF. 



136 



SEASON'S RESULTS 



o. u. 


Opponents 


They 


O. U. 


Opponents 


80 


St. Bernard 


45 


78 


Piedmont 


78 


Piedmont 


52 


66 


Georgia Southern 


45 


Mississippi Southern 


49 


76 


Cumberland 


103 


Mississippi College 


70 


63 


Pikeville 


69 


Carson Newman 


63 


61 


Jacksonville 


64 


Rhode Island ^ 


47 


80 


Rollins 


77 


Georgia Southern 


67 


76 


Chattanooga 


67 


Jacksonville 


54 


55 


Stetson 


61 


Peru National 


39 


80 


Shorter 


73 


Mississippi Southern 


60 


47 


Chattanooga 


66 


Pembroke State 


40 


51 


Beltmont Abbey 


70 


St. Bernard 


51 
Record : 


92 

Won 20; Lost 4. 


Jacksonville 



They 
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MORRIS MITCHELL 
All State — Second Team 



TOMMY NORWOOD 

All State — First Team 

Captain 

National NAIA Special Mention 




137 



B'TEAM BASKETBALL 




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Coach Johnny Guthrie, Roy Cowart, Jack Grubb, Bob Moreland, Travis Hames, Bill 
Stewart, Billy Parker, Jimbo Hartlage, Ray Thomas, Joe Carter, Gil Andreetti, Ken 
Davis, Manager Jack Turpin. 






SEASON'S RESULTS 


0. u. 




69 


North Georgia Tech 


65 


Georgia Tech Frosh 


75 


Piedmont B-Team 


77 


Truitt McConncU 


63 


Truitt McConnell 


71 


Emanuel 


.56 


Chamblee 


77 


John Marshall 


73 


Piedmont B-Tcam 


59 


North Georgia Tech 


55 


Georgia Tech Frosh 


62 


Southern Tech 




Record: Won 9; Lost 3. 



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39 
46 
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49 



Coach Johnny Guthrie and Jack Turpin in action. 



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VARSITY 




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S:mdy Wolsey 






Jane Lincoln 





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Whitey and Sandy 




141 



BTEAM 



Phyllis Hynes 




Jayne Archer 



CHEERLEADERS 



142 



A PETREL SPEAKS 



ON 



OGLETHORPE 



ATHLETICS 



The athletic department feels a re- 
sponsibility for student activity in intra- 
murals, intercollegiate athletics, physical 
education and leisure time recreational acti- 
vities. 




The addition of soccer has brought about the greatest improvement in the inter- 
collegiate program during the school year of 1961-62. Coach Carter's work with the 
intramural council has resulted in the first successful intramural program in some 
years. The opportunities for leisure time physical activities have been greatly improved. 

Mrs. Ruby Scwcll has done an outstanding job with the girl's physical education 
program. Our main object will be improvement in the total physical education pro- 
gram during the coming years. At he same time we hope to take no backward steps 
in any part of the over-all athletic program. We cannot feel 100% successful until 
each student has the opportunity to participate in some physical activity during most 
of the school year. Our efforts will be directed toward meeting this goal. 

Garland F. Pinholster 
Director of Athletics 
Oglethorpe University 



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Frankie Mahaffey and George Alexander 




Terry Ingerson and Lynn Drury 





Cahot Gupton 




Bill Hagan 




Jack Warren 





Ed Moore 




Chip Mobley 



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Left to right: Vivian Gray, Carolyn Stemples, Joyce Gravel, Patsy Turner, Cherry 
Hodges, Jane Lee Conner, Diane Leonard, I3ambi Klein, Virginia Bremer. 




Chief Edwards 



Captain joycc Gravel 




RIFLE TEAM 




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PISTOL TEAM 



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Captain : Gerald Yates 




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Standing, le/t to right . Bill Hagan, Hoyt Wagner, Larry Harbin, Steve Figler, Ed De- 
Gross. Kneeling, left to right Dan Cowart, Gerald Yates, Charlie Vance, Chip Mobley. 



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Manager Glen Rose 




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Morris Mitchell - First Base 




Ben Hargrove - Pitcher - Outfielder 



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Steve Figler - Outfielder 



Tommy Norwood Catcher - Pitcher 





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Bill Flammcr - Outfielder 



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SCHEDULE 




4 


David Lipscomb 


5 


12 


David Lipscomb 


2 


13 


Kalamazoo 





6 


Pfciffcr 


1 


14 


Pfeiffer 


6 


4 


Piedmont 


5 


17 


Berry 


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Kentucky 


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6 


Berry 


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2 


Shorter 


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10 


St. Bernard 


9 


3 


Wheaton 


2 


6 


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West Georgia 

Mercer 

Mercer 

Piedmont 

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SCHEDULE 

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Georgia State 

Berry 

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Southwestern 

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Georgia Southern 

Shorter 

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West Georgia 

Georgia Southern 

Emory 

Emory-at-Oxford 

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West Georgia 

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As man's sun sets, he looks back in review. It is also the moment of man's greatest 
achievement — the reaHzation of hfe. He is honored in various ways according to what 
he has done during his period of Preparation and Growth. From this he goes on to a 
new day. 

"There is an urge within the heart of man; 
A voice that whispers: Try again; you can! 
There is a wisdom planning every task; 
A power who giveth all that he doth ask." 




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WHO'S 



IN AMERICAN 



COLLEGES 



This honor is in recognition of the merit 
and accomphshment of the student who is offi' 
cially recommended by the Student Govern- 
ments and Faculty Councils of the individual 
schools, and who meets the requirements of 
the national publication of Who's Who In 
American Colleges ay%d Universities. 



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AND UNIVERSITIES 



We are proud to add to this national recog- 
nition our own congratulations to these 
members of our student body who we feel 
have exemplified the standards of an Ogle- 
thorpe education by their participation in Stu- 
dent Government sports, publications, and 
other positions of leadership and responsi- 
bility. 













CHARLOTTE S. MORRIS 





JANET K. GAY 



R. DERRIL GAY 



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BLUE KEY 



Oglethorpe's chapter of Blue Key was accepted by the Blue Key's National Honorary 
Fraternity in 1926. Selection for membership stamps a man as one of all-round abiHty, 
good character, and possessing the qualities of leadership and the confidence of his 
fellow students. 




Left to right: Bert Levy, Tom Hewlett, Ken Borden, Fred Schatzman, Norman Burgin, 
Russell Eisenman. 



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DUCHESS CLUB 



The Duchess Cluh is the honor society for Junior and Senior women that has func- 
tioned at Oglethorpe since 1920. The girls who are chosen to belong to this organiza- 
tion are outstanding in scholastic achievement and extra curricular activities. Their 
attitude must be that of a cooperative nature and a willingness to be of assistance 
whenever possible. 




Members left to right: Mary Bob Smith, Glenda Balowsky, Paula Hofmann, Rosemary 
Scraggs, Charlotte S. Morris, Mrs. Marjorie MacConnell. Honorary Member: Mrs. 
Wendell Brown, Advisor, Judy Skiles, Sara Mac Smith, Bonnie McGurn, Ellen M. 
Cantrell. 




Officers: Sara Mac Smith, Mrs. MacConnell, Mrs. Brown, ElUen Cantrell, Bonnie 
McGurn. 



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BOAR'S HEAD 



The Boar's Head Honorary Fraternity was founded at Oglethorpe in January, 1920. 

The title of organisation is taken from the coat of arms of Oglethorpe University, a 

boar's head being a prominent feature of the escutcheon. 

Membership is limited to the Junior and Senior Classes. Selection for membership is 

based on a high scholastic average, participation in campus activities, and qualities of 

leadership. 




Members, Front row, left to right: Fred Schatzman, Norman Burgin, Bert Levy, Back, 
row: Tom Hewlett, Russell Eisenman, Ken Borden. 



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LE CONTE 



The Le Conte Society, established at Oglethorpe in 1920, is the honor society for out- 
standing science students. Any Sophomore, Junior, or Senior, who has attained an 
average of 85 in their science courses and 80 in their other courses and who has a 
genuine interest in the progress of science, is eligible for membership in Le Conte. 




Members, Front row, left to right: Charlotte Morris, Paula Hofmann, Joyce Tebeau, 
Charlotte Smith, Glenda Balowsky, Bonnie McGurn. Bac\ row: Dennis Kerr, Tom 
Winn, Larry Davis, Tom Hewlett, John Lipam, Tommy Phillips, Lynn Drury, Fred 
Schatzman. 




Officers: Tom Hewlett, Bonnie McGurn, Charlotte Morris, Glenda Balowsky 



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LeCONTE AWARD 



The LeConte Award is given to the Senior science student who has 
contributed most to the field of science at Oglethorpe. This year 
award goes to : 

BONNIE McGURN 



BEN PARKER 
LAW AWARD 



This award is given to the student who exhibits the most promise in 
the field of law. This year the award goes to: 

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CHEMICAL PUBLISHING CO. AWARD 




FOR THE STUDENT 

SHOWING OUTSTANDING 

ACHIEVEMENT IN MATHEMATICS 

RAY THOMAS 



FOR THE STUDENT 

SHOWING OUTSTANDING 

ACHIEVEMENT IN PHYSICS 

JOHN LIPHAM 



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JOANN SAGER 

DUCHESS CLUB AWARD 



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



TOM CROUCH 

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 participation in other activities. 




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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 
participation and assistance in the overall athletic program. The 
recipient of the award must have the abihty to face failure as well as 
success and must be a gracious winner as well as a gracious loser. 




BEN CRAWFORD 

MacCONNELL AWARD 



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




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VERONIQUE F. SHARMA 

SALLY HULL WELTNER 

AWARD FOR 

SCHOLARSHIP 

The Sally Hull Weltner Award is presented each year by the Ogle- 
thorpe University Woman's Club to the Senior Woman who has 
attended the University for at least two years and who has achieved 
the highest average of any woman in the graduating class. 




JAMES D. FOWLER 

FACULTY SCHOLARSHIP 
AWARD 



The Faculty Scholarship Award is given to the Senior man who has 
achieved the highest scholastic average of any man in the graduating 
class. This highly coveted award is given annually by the Oglethorpe 
Faculty. 



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DERRIL GAY 

OGLETHORPE CUP 



The James Edward Oglethorpe Award for merit is given by the 
Oglethorpe Faculty to the man who has best realized the ideals of an 
Oglethorpe education. 



PAULA B. HOFMANN 

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. 




173 




Now that you have earned the grand achievement of an Oglethorpe Uni- 
versity degree, you have only a moment to bask in its glory. The life you 
have chosen awaits you — impatiently. 

It is natural to look with some trepidation upon the unknowable future, 
but we who have preceded you can assure you that your Oglethorpe educa- 
tion has prepared you well for what lies ahead. 

We welcome you into the ranks of the NATIONAL ALUMNI ASSO- 
CIATION which comprises many distinguished alumni m nearly all fields 
of human effort. We know that, in time, you will add to its stature. 

Our congratulations and best wishes go with you. 

The National Alumni Association of Oglethorpe LIniversity 












^* PREPARATION, GROWTH, ACHIEVEMENT — these are the pro- 
* cesses which will enhance individual adaption to the world in which one 
finds himself. 

We, the members of the BOOSTER CLUB, congratulate the class of 1962 
in the progress you have made in your college career. It is hoped that we 
have contributed in some way to your education by supporting and em- 
phasizing the physical as well as mental aspects of growth. 

We welcome you into (jur organization and look forward to your support 
of Oglethorpe's activities and the upholding of her ideals. 



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STUDENT 


DIRECTORY 


Abbott, Jean 46 




Bourn, Martha 47 


Abbott, John 41 




Bowman, Dave 65 


Abbott, Pat 29 




Bowman, Mary Jane 35 


Abner, Larry 29, 153 




Bremer, Virginia .i5, 79 


Alexander, George 68, 142 




Brinkley, Delmar29 


Alexander, Lyn 46, 62, 64 




Brown, Anne 29 


Alexander, Bill 29 




Brown, Jon 29 


Allison, Mike 71, 77 




Brown, Kann 47 


Amason, Virginia 46 




Brown, Pat 29 


Anderson, Mary Lou 4 1 , 68, 78 


Brown, Mary Lou 30, 144 


Andreetti, Gil 35, 124, 138 




Browning, David 3 5 


Archer, Jayne 34, 35, 144 




Browning, Wayne 35 


Arsenault, Jean 41 




Buck, Anita 47 


Aubrey, John 29 




Bundy, Jim 35, 68 


Bacon, Pete 64 




Burdick, Joan 35 


Bagwell, Lanier 29, 128 




Burdick, Nancy 48 


Baker, Arnold 41, 75 




Burgin, Norm.in 48, 165, 166 


Baker, Ed 29 




Butchart. Pete 47, 68 


BaL.wsky, Glenda62, 164, 


167 


Calvert, Donna 35 


Bandow. Albert 41 




Calvert, Robert 34, 35, 61, 67, 


Barr, Billy 29 




80 


Baunian, David 71 




Cantrell, Ellen 48, 164 


Beavers. Nannie 29 




Carr, Sharon 30 


Beck, Bonnie 29 




Carroll, James 30 


Beuu's. W.lma 46, 75, 76 




Caron. Bob 3 5 


Bell. Carlee 29, 79, 144 




Carter, Dick 30, 133, 136, 138 


Berenguer, Nancy 29 




Cash, Perry 124, 151 


Bernard, Michele 35 




Castleberry, Glenda 30 


Boone, Christine 46 




Champion, Barry 30, 75 


Borden, Ken 41, 72, 78, 80, 


124, 


Chestnut, Linda 35 


128, 136, 151, 165, 166, 


167 


Clark, Gloria 35 


Borom, Jim 47, 64 




Clifton, Marsha 35, 144 



DETTELBACH CHEMICAL 
CORPORATION 

Always on the icxikout for good graduates 
in chemistry. 



ATLANTA BUILDERS 
SUPPLY COMPANY 



Compliments of 

Financial Management Inc. 

4080 Peachtree Rd., N. E. 

Beside Brookhaven Post Office 

237-6427 



THE 
TENNIS SHOP 

Tennis rackets sold and rep.iired. All ten- 
nis equipment sold here. For the best in 
tennis equipment, see us before you try 
elsewhere. 



Lumber, Paint and Building Supplies 



1700 Monroe Drive, Northeast 
Atlanta 9, Georgia 



Telephone: TR 5-7575 



CRYSTAL UNIFORM 
RENTAL SERVICE 

Pants - Shirts - Coveralls ■ Dresses 

304 Angler Ave., N.E. 

ATLANTA 12, GA. 

TRinity 2-4751 

CHARLIE BRUMBY, JR. 



OGLETHORPE PHARMACY 

"For all your mcdicil and drug supplies . . 

Serving North Atlanta with 

EXPERT PRESCRIPTION SERVICE 

AND FREE DELIVERY 

Open daily from 
8:30 A.M. Until \0:M) P.M. 



! 1 .tO Johnson Ferry Road 



GL. 7-4436 



DEKALB SPORTING 



GOODS 



Compliments of 

WARNER 
BROS. COMPANY 

3453 Pierce Drive 
Chamblee, Georgia 



1237 Clairmont Road 
DR. 8-7588 

Sporting Goods and Equipment 
of All Types Is Our Specialty 

— PETREL UNIFORM DESIGNERS — 

Call on us for your sporting goods needs. 
Let us serve you as we serve Oglethorpe. 



GAY'S 
SERVICE STATION 

American Oil Company 

Atlas Tires, Batteries and 

Accessories 

4045 Peachtree Rd., N. E. 
CE. 3-9221, CE. 7-5255 



STUDENT DIRECTORY (Cont.) 



Coffey, Lynn 30, 79, 144 

Cochran, Ben 30 

Coker, Paula 35, 141 

Cole, Steve 30, 68 

Conner, Jane Lee 30, 67, 78, 144 

Cook, Jackie 30, 79, 140 

Cooper, Patsy 48 

Cowan, Thomas 30 

Cowart, Dan 35,67,73 

Cowart, Roy 152 

Crawford, Ben 44, 48, 68, 75, 

Crea,Joe41 

Crouch, Thomas 28, 30, 61, 170 

Crozier, Doug 35 

Daily, Sally 30 

Dalgeish, Bobby 4 1 

Dallinger, Tom 30, 75 

Dangar, Mary 30, 65, 72, 79 

Daniel, Lee 41, 68, 75 

Davies, Dave 30, 62, 68, 75, 76 

Davis, Ken 35, 62, 68, 75, 138 

Davis, Larry 34, 36, 64, 68, 73, 

167 
Davis, Pat 30 
Day, John 36, 75 
DeGross, Ed 36, 67, 68, 79 
DeWitt, Ed 30 
Dexter, Bobbie 41, 75 



142, 



76 



Dial, Gloria 30, 144 

Dill, Joe 36 

Dinkier, Deryl 30 

Dolson, Bonnie 30 

Donald, Paul 36 

Drury, Lynn 41, 60, 61, 80, 

167 
Early, Gloria 36, 75, 
Edgerton, Jim 71, 77 
Effrain, Mildred 49 
Eisenman, Russell 49, 60, 61, 

72, 74. 77, 165, 166 
Eisenstein, Paula 30 
English, Nancy 49 
Exton, Peggy 30, 79 
Falik, Bruria 49 
Favre, Beatrice 36 
Figler, Steve 36,67, 128, 150 
Findley, Harriet 36 
Flammer, Bill 49, 62, 152 
Ford, Mary 4 1 
Fowler, James 50, 172 
Foxworth, Durward 31, 128 
Friedrich, Sharon 3 1 
Frierson, Pat 31, 64 
Gay, Adgate 36, 140 
Gay, Derril 44, 50, 74, 163, 173 
Gay, Janet 50, 62, 163 
George, Carole 41, 72 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 

TUXEDO PHARMACY 

RELIABLE DRUGGISTS 

3659 Roswell Rd. 
Atlanta, Georgia 



"Pay Less - Get More" 
at your 

HI-OCTANE 

SERVICE 
STATIONS 

4141 Peachtrec Rd., N.E. 
CE 7-5432 



CARTER THEATERS 

BUCKHEAD THEATER 

3! 10 Roswell Rd. 
Northside Home of all first run hits 





2835 PeachtreeRd. 



MONTAG PAPER 



for a!l occasions 



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writing papers 
thai create an impression 

MONTAG'S 

^Atlanta, Georgia 









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STUDENT DIRECTORY (Cont.) 








Gilreath, Martha 36 


Hesser, Randy 3 1 




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STAMP CO., INC. 


Golden, Marcia 31 


Hewlett, Tom 51, 165, 166, 


167 






Goldsmith, June 36 


Hodges, Cherry 31, 64, 67, 


73. 


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Goodwin, Howard 75 


78 




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Manufacturers of 


Gore, Bobby 50 


Hofmann, Paula51,63, 78, 


162, 






Gravel, Joyce 50, 60, 61, 72, 162 


164, 167 






Marking Devices 


Graverson, Philip 3 1 


Honce, Mimi 64 








Gray, Vivian 31, 67 


Hoss, Martha 5 1 






For Over 60 Years 


Greenbaum, Barbara 3 1 


Howard, Suzanne 3 1 








Greenberg, JoAnne 3 1 


Hunter, John 31, 128 








Greenleaf, Ralph 128 


Hunter, Larry 42 






P. 0. Box 972 


Grubb,Jack31,68, 75, 138 


Hurt, Mary 42 








Gupton, Cabot 41, 68, 75, 80, 


Hynes, Phylis 36, 78, 144 






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Ingerson, Terry 42, 64, 72, 


80, 


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Guthne, John 51, 61, 133, 136, 


142 






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138, 152 


Jay, John 5 1 






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Hagan, Bill 36, 143 


Jolly, Dianne3 1,75 






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Hall, Ronnie 31 


Jordan, Bill 31 




TABER PONTIAC 


\ STEVE SCHMIDT 


Hamby, Jerry 36 


Kay, Kydie 3 1 






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Hames, Travis 41, 124, 138, 152 


Kelley, Layman 75 






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Handley, George 36, 68, 70, 75 


Kent, Rose Bud 167 






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Harbin, Larry 36, 67, 68 


Kerr, Dennis 36, 167 




3264 Peachtree Rd., N. E. 


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Hargrove, Ben 31, 128, 129, 150 


Kilpatrick, Kay42,64 






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Harris, Susan 42 


Klein, Bambi 37, 64, 65, 67 


71, 




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Hartlage, Jim 31, 132, 136, 138 


76 






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Hartrick, Marcia 42 


Knight, Joan 3 1 






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Haug, Gary 36 


Knopf, Pat 52 






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Hayden, Judy 31,79 


Kuhn, Suzie 3 1 






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Henigbaum, John 3 1 








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STUDENT DIRECTORY (Cont.) 


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Kuikcn, John 32 


McMuUcn, Steve 42, 68, 75, 136 


\ UNDERWOOD'S 


L.ingdon. Jimmy ? 1, 64 
Lasscter, Hugh 52 


McTeer, Carol 37 
Metcalf, Pauline 32 


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Latimer, Anne 42, 70, 71, 76, 


Miles, Mary 37 


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79,80 


Millard, Jay 44, 54, 167 


\ TEXACO SERVICE 


Law, Ethel 52 
Lawler, WilHam 52 


Minor, Sidney 32 
Mitchell, Howard 37 


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Lcifer, Errol 32 


Mitchell, Morns 42, 132, 136, 


\ 


Leonard, Diane 37, 67, 72 


137, 150 


\ 


Levy, Bert 53, 63, 65, 165, 166, 


Mobley, Chip 54, 67, 143 


\ 4406 Pcachtrec Ro.td, N.E. 


167 


Moore, Ed 42, 75,79, 143 


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Levy, Irene 37 


Moreland, Bob 32, 138, 153 


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Lincoln, Jane 37, 70, 75, 141 


Morris, Charlotte 54, 63, 164, 


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Lipham, John 68, 167, 169 


167 




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Lockett, Jeffrey 37 


Morris, George 42 


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Long, Sara 37 


Morris, Hilda 54 


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Loughborough, Carol 37 


Mosteller, Madge 42, 64 


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Lynn, Stuart 42. 68 


Mote, Doug 54 


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Mahaffcy, Frankie 37, 68, 75, 


Murphy, Jackie 37. 75, 141 


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142 
Maleson, Edna 32, 79 


Nance, Bobby 42, 132, 136 
Norwood, Tom 55, 131, 171, 


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Mallis, Robert 53,78 


132, 136, 137, 150, 171 


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Mann, Orcon 80, 149 


Noto, Casper 32 


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Mayo, Sammy 32, 63, 73, 75 


Nutter, Vicky 32 




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McClure, Bonnie 32 


Ogburn, Carroll 37 




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McCormack, Wayne 53 


Olson, Bob 55, 68, 75, 136 


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McDonald, Ed 37 


Osborne, Ben 37, 64, 68, 71,72, 


W^^^sl^W K^iS C 


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McDonough, Bill 53 


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McGurn, Bonnie 53, 76, 79, 


Palmer, Allen 32 


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Pantigoso, Hernando 55, 120 


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McMains, Bob 37, 72 


Papini, Lynda 64 




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McMichen, Pat 42 





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247 Buckhead Ave. CE. 3-2133 

1954 Howell Mill Rd. TR. 4-7224 

3625 Peach+ree Rd. CE. 7-3882 

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4208 Peachtree Rd. CE. 7-6636 




BRITTANY REALTY CO. 

4495 Peachtree Rd., N. E., CE. -7527 



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It's struggling on with the will to win, but 
taking loss with a cheerful grin; 't's shar- 
ing sorrow and work and mirth, and mak- 
ing better this good old earth; it's serving, 
striving through strain and stresses; it's 
doing your noblest. 

That's success. 
Best Wishes from 

L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY 

Office: 

3330 Peachtree Rd., N.E. 
Atlanta 5, Georgia 

PEACHTREE ROAD ^^L Representative— Hollis Britt 

PHARMACY 

Prescription Druggists 



Compliments of 



4062 Peachtree Road, N.E. 
N. Atlanta 19, Ga. 

CE. 7-6466 



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Weatherford's Gulf 
Service 

4081 Peachtree Rd., N.E. Atlanta 19, Georgia 

CE. 3-9292 




CONGRATULATIONS TO STUDENTS 
OF Oglethorpe on your 1962 Yamacraw 

We were proud to be a part of it. 

Cliff and Ebba June Harden 



-jjarclen 
' #ije of 

hoToaraphY 




HARDEN HOUSE OF PHOTOGRAPHY 

1769 Cheshire Bridge Rd., N.E. 
Atlanta, Georgia 

(Negatives of all class pictures will be kept 
on file for future re-orders) 




BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OE THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY 

THE ATLANTA COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 

864 SPRING STREET, N. W., ATLANTA 8, GEORGIA 



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OF BROOKHAVEN 



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In the Northeast Plaza Shopping Center. 



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



4021 Peach+ree Road, N. E. 



Atlanta 19, Georgia 



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Monday - Thursday 4 P.M. — 1 A.M. 
Friday - Saturday 11 A.M. — 2 A.M. 
Sunday 4 P.M. — 11 P.M. 

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Featuring 36 Varieties of Pizza. 3 Sizes: Small, Medium 
and Jumbo. Prices 75^ up. Also featuring spaghetti, 
lasagne, manicotti, ravioli and the popular submarine, 
meatball and sausage sandwiches plus desserts. 




Compliments of 

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PHARMACY 



Scientific 
PEST CONTROL 




4005 Peachtree Road 

Serving all North Atlanta 

with 

Excellent Service and Fine Goods 



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Compliments of 

and 
Best Wishes from 



LOVABLE BRASSIERE COMPANY 



2400 Piedmont Road, N. E. 

at Garson Drive 

Atlanta 5, Georgia 

Phone: CE. 7-1671 



Compliments of 

CHAMBLEE MEAT COMPANY 




BOTTLING COMPANY OF ATLANTA 



HOME OF GUARANTEED MEATS 



AND 



BRANDED BARH STEAKS 



Featuring a new method of processing meat for home freezers, in which 
ground beef patties, steaks and roasts are individually wrapped in saran 
plastic to insure freshness and to protect from freezer burn. 







STUDENT 






DIRECTORY 


FRITO-LAY, INC. 


FOREMOST DAIRIES. INC. 


(Cont.) 

Parker, Billy 32, 133, 136, 138 
Parks, Phyllis 37 


4950 Peachtree 


MILK ICE CREAM 


Patton, Katherine 37, 67 
Payne, Jo 37, 67, 76 


Industrial Boulevard 




Pearl, David 38 
Pendland, Jim 38, 73, 75 




2711 Piedmont Road, N. E. 


Percival, Barry 38, 63, 70, 73, 168 
Petry, John 32 


CHAMBLEE, GEORGIA 




Phillips, Tommy 42, 61, 79, 80, 167 
Pool, Martha 44, 55, 64 


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CEdar 3-9431 


Porter, Bill 32, 65 
Powell, Jackie 42 
Preu, Jon 28, 32, 68, 74 


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Raby, Clark 32 




Rainey, Glenn 32 


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Rathke, Doris 32, 75 


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Reddicks, Bill 32 


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Reid, Bill 32 

Reynolds, Sally 55 

Rippy, Jim 32 

Rivers, Sandra 38 

Robertson, Linda 38 

Robinson, Cynthia 75 

Rose, Glen 32, 128, 149 

Rosenthal, Brenda 43, 78 

Rowland, Jay 56, 1 3 1 , 1 32, 1 36, 1 5 1 

Roy, Linda 32 

Rudd, Conan 38, 64, 68, 76 

Rutland, Betty Jane 38, 79 

Sager, JoAnn 32, 62, 73, 78, 170 

Sanders, Linda 32 



YOU WILL ALWAYS BE ABLE 
TO SUIT YOURSELF AT - - 












FINE BOrS, STUDENTS or>4 MENS CtOTHINC 

lOGANVaiE, GEORGIA 




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KELLY'S JET SYSTEM HAMBURGERS 

3944 Peachtree Rd, N.E. 
(Brookhaven) 

DELICIOUS THICK MILK SHAKES 20^ 

FRENCH FRIES 12^ 




STUDENT DIRECTORY (Cont.) 



Schaefer, Sarah 32 

ScharfF, Eric 43, 78, 80, 124, 136 

Schatzman, Fred 56, 165, 166, 167 

Schneible, Dennis 43 

Schroeder, Mary 32 

Schwartzberg, Ronald 38 

Scraggs, Rosemary 62, 164 

Seidenspinner, Judy 43, 121 

Sellers, Benjamin 38, 72 

Sexton, Bobby 38, 132, 136, 151 

Sharma, Veronique 172 

Shenk, Scarlett 38, 75 

Shiflet, Roselyn 43 

Shirley, Mary 33, 144 

Shumake, Bob 56 

Sh winger, Aviva 56 

Silver, Barry 33 

Simpson, Dennis 33 

Skiles, Judy 43, 164 

Sloan, Mildred 38 

Smith, Charlotte, 38 

Smith, Craig 33, 68, 75, 128 

Smith, John 3 3, 68 

Smith, Linda 43 

Smith, Mary Bob 56, 164 

Smith, Mary Rose 38 

Smith, Philip 33, 128 

Smith, Sara Mac 43, 164 

Smith, Cebie 38, 64, 65, 73 

Southard, Barbara 33 



Speir, Carol 33,78 

Stafford, Ehzabeth 43, 64, 67, 71, 80 

Stemples, Carolyn 33, 67, 75, 78 

Stewart, Bill 33, 133, 135, 138 

Straub, Suzanne 28, 33, 78 

Surenko, Rena 33 

Swartzburg, Ronnie 128 

Swennes, Orlan 38 

Taylor, James 38 

Teachey, Becky 56 

Tebeau, Jack 38, 167 

Tebeau, Misty 43, 167 

Theim, Barry 33 

Thollander, Edna 38 

Thomas, Ralph 33, 64 

Thomason, Gloria 33, 75 

Turner, Alice 57 

Turner, Pat 33,67,75,76 

Turpin,Jack43, 68, 75,80, 124, 138 

Vance, Charles 39, 67, 68 

Vauhan, William 39, 128 

Wagner, Hoyt 39, 67 

Walker, Gail 57 

Wallace, Albert 39 

Warren, Jack 44, 57, 61, 75, 80, 143 

Waters, Earl 33, 68 

Warters, Thomas 43 

Watkins, Barbara 33 

Webersinn, Ted33, 128 



Compliments of 

STYLES 

BY 

STYLES INC. 



STUDENT DIRECTORY 

Webster, Jeanne 39 

Weinberg, Margaret 57 

Weisiger, Margarette 57 

Way, Mary 33 

Whatley, Rebecca 39 

White, Beverly 33 

White, Lynn 39, 68, 75, 76, 124 

White, Steve 71 

Whitford, Darrell 120, 133, 136 

Williams, Donna 34, 39, 67, 79, 80,140 

Williams, James 33 

Williams, Pete 39, 62 

Willis, Alicia 33 

Willis, Carroll 39 

Winn, Tom 43, 61, 80, 124, 136, 167 

Wolsey, Sandra 34, 39, 65, 73, 78, 141 

Womack, Joan 39, 78 

Wyatt, Bill 39 

Yates, Gerald 39, 67 

Yedvob, Eleanor 24, 33, 78, 144 

Yose, Janet 39, 75, 76, 80 

Young, Ed 33, 64 



ZESTO OF 
BUCKHEAD 

Foot long hot dogs our specialty 

Remember 

Wednesday — 6 Hamburgers 
for $1.00 

Tuesday — 6 Hot Dogs 
for $1.00 

Two bargain nights a week 
31I9RoswellRd., N.E. 
CE. 7-4260 



Compliments of 

JOHN WALLER 
COMPANY 



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INDEX OF ADVERTISERS 

Atlanta Builders fe? Supply Co.— 176 

Bnttany Estates — 179 

Brookhaven Pharmacy — 182 

Carter Theaters — 178 

Chamblee Meat Co.— 180 

Coca Cola Bottling Co.— 18 J 

Crystal Uniform Rental Service — 176 

DeKalb National Bank of Brookhaven — 181 

DeKalb Sporting Goods — 177 

Dettlebank Chemical Corp. — 176 

Dixie Seal fe? Stamp— 178 

Financial Management Inc. — 176 

Foremost Dairies Inc. — 184 

Frito-Lay Inc. — 184 

Gay's Service Station — 177 

Harden House of Photography — 180 

Hi-Octane Service Stations — 178 

John Waller Co.— 185 

Kelly's Hamburgers — 185 

Lovable Brassiere Co. — 183 

Montag's — 178 

Northeast Plaza Lanes — 183 

Oglethorpe Pharmacy — 177 

Orkin Exterminators— 182 

Peachtree Road Pharmacy — 179 

Pepsi Cola Co.— 181 

Puza Hut— 182 

Roto-Rooter of Atlanta— 1 8 1 

Styles by Styles Inc.— 185 

TaberPontiac— 178 

The Tennis Shop — '176 

T.G.Balfour Co.— 179 

Tuxedo Pharmacy — 178 

Underwood's Texaco Service — 179 

Van's Cleaners and Laundry — 179 

Walton Manufacturing — 184 

Warner Brothers Co.— 177 

Weatherford's Gulf Service- 180 

Zesto of Buckhead— 185 



ALL PICTURES THAT 

HAVE BEEN TAKEN 

FOR THE YAMACRAW 

WILL BE AVAILABLE 

IN THE FOLLOWING 

SIZES: 

4x 5 — $ .50 
5 x 7 — $ 75 
8x 10 — $1.25 

SEE ONE OF THE EDITORS 
OF THE 1962 YAMACRAW STAFF 

(This Includes Those 
Pictures Not Published) 





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