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To be a vital process, education must be more than 
assigned study. It must be an inspiration for a never- 
ending probe for knowledge, a constant desire for 
improvement and a sincere devotion to scholarship. 

To instill this inspiration in his students, a teacher 
must give of himself as well as of the fruits of his 
own education. To say of a teacher "He cares," is 
one of the highest compliments a student can bestow. 
The man whom the 1964 YAMACRAW staff has 
chosen to receive the dedication of the University's 
yearbook is one who has cared enough to give of 
himself so that his students might attain education 
in its vital sense. He teaches so that his lectures 
become an active part of daily thought. He interests 
himself in students as individuals so that they regard 
him as a friend. 

The staff wishes to say thank you for the students 
of Oglethorpe to Mr. RALPH CARNES. 



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Atlanta, (Suor^ia 



Jun'= 1964 

OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT Uvail„ J. J U T 



There is a j2;rowinp; tendency among collejzes and universities 
to look at development and planning primarily in terms of physical 
facilities and personnel. Certainly provision in these matters 
will be necessary in vievj of the increasing numbers of college-age 
students and the increasing proportion of these who are college- 
Dound. Oelethoroe is preoared to do its part in exoanding its 
facilities to aid in meeting this need. 

However, it would be unfortunate if in the provision of the 
means we lost sight of the end. Development and planning should 
be focused on the imiprovement of education itself. We need con- 
stantly to be alert to the shortcomings of what we are doing in 
nigher education generally and in our own institution in particular, 

Oglethorpe has j'-'st passed through a year in which changes 
have Deen taking place. The loss of the leadership of Dr. Donald 
Agnew, vvho has gone to fields of broader and important service, 
vjas without doubt a blow to us all. The period of uncertainty 
which followed his resignation, painful as it was at the time, in 
retrospect has proved to be beneficial. For it has forced us to 
answer or at least to seek the answers to several hard questions. 

Already thought is being given and plans are underway. We 
need to be perfectly clear what the essential role of a small, 
independent liberal arts college in an urban setting is and can 
be. We need to find ways of interpreting this role to our many 
publics - the students, the alumni, the community. If we can do 
this successfully, support will increase, the means will be pro- 
vided for expansion and, more importantly, for doing even better 
what only such an institution as Oglethorpe can do. 

Times and circumstances change. We can guide our destiny 
or be swept struggling into the future. Oglethorpe will choose 
to plan intelligently and m.eet the future gladly. 




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DR. DONALD C. AGNEW 



ACTING PRESIDENT and DEAN 
of OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY 

GEORGE C. SEWARD 




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Administrative 




DR. GEORGE C. SEWARD— D£^A^ OF THE COLLEGE 




MRS. MARJORIE M. MacCOl^NELL— REGISTRAR 



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Staff 



Adams, Carolyn 
Assistant Registrar 



Alexander. George 
Dorm Proctor 



Baldwin, Lenora T. 
College Nurse 



Balowsky, Glenda 
Assistant Registrar 




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Gay. Janet K. 
Secretary to the Dean 



Administrative Staff 
Business Run 







Fagen, Karen 
Receptionist 



Jacob, Mildred M. 
Bookkeeper 



Kerr Dennis 
Dorm Proctor 




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Otting, John W. 

Superintendent oj 

Buildings and Grounds 




Payne, Jo 
Receptionist 



Pitcher, Stanley F. 
Business Manager 






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Rudd, Conan 
Dorm Proctor 




Shirley, Kathy 
Receptionist 



Richardson, Dorothy 
Assistant Librarian 




Tucker, Carol 
Bursar 





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CHARLYN HARPER, B.C.S., Georgia State College, attended New 
York University and is now attending Emory University. 



PATRICIA A. HULL. B.S., Auburn University, is an instructor of 
advanced Math and Principles of Science. 





JOHN J. MALLET, B.A., Oberlin College, Ph.D., Duke University, 
teaches Psychology. He belongs to Sigma Xi, The American Academy 
of Psychotherapists, and his outside interests are travel, fencing, and 
chess. 



LOUIS J. MALOOF, A.B., M.A.. University of Georgia, Ph.D.. Uni- 
versity of Florida, is director of the Night Division and teaches Intro- 
ductory Sociology, The Community, Social Problems, The Family, and 
Criminologi/. Dr. Maloof is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, and is 
author of China Crisis, Fung Lai, and co-author of Social Problems; 
his outside interests are stamp collecting, poetry, and dramatics. 




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division 



THEODORE R. McCLURE, Jr., B.A., Marshall College, M.A., Peabody 
College, teaches English and is a member of Phi Eta Sigma. 





IGNACIO MERINO, B.S.L., Havana Institute, Ph.D.. Havana Univer- 
sity, teaches Spanish. Dr. Merino likes to write poems, play the flute, 
and listen to music. 



GEORGIA 0. MOORE. B.B.A., University of Georgia, M.B.A., Georgia 
State College, instructs Accounting in night school and is president of 
the Soroptimist Club of Atlanta; her main outside interest is traveling. 





GRADY L. RANDOLPH. B.S.. Auburn University. M.A.. University 
of Chicago. LL.B.. Woodrow Wilson College of Law, teaches Western 
Civilization. Mr. Randolph received a Fulbright Scholarship in 1963, 
is president of the Atlanta Chapter. American Associations for LInited 
Nations, resource teacher for WETV. and a member of the Georgia 
Bar Association. 



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Division of 



LUCILE Q. AGNEW. A.B., Furman University. M.A.. Duke Uni- 
versity, teaches Speech and Writing, Modern Literature, and American 
Literature and Advanced Writinsr. 



ARTHUR BIELER, B.A.. New York University: M.A., Middlebury 
University: Docteur de L'LIniversite. Sorhonne. Paris, teaches Begin- 
ning French. Intermediate French, History of the French Language, 
Nineteenth Century French Literature, and Beginning German. 





WENDELL H. BROWN. B.S.. College of Puget Sound, M.A., Colum- 
bia University. Mr. Brown teaches English Language and Litera- 
ture, and the Sophomore Humanities Sequence. He is chairman 
of the Division of Human Understanding and the Convocations 
Committee, and he is a member of M.L.A.. S.A.M.L.A., and A.A.U.P. 
During his spare time Mr. Brown enjoys listening to his recorder 
and making wine. 



RALPH L. CARNES, B.A., Emory University; M.A., Emory Univer- 
sity, teaches Ethics, Introduction to Philosophy, Philosophy of Religion, 
History of Philosophy, and Humanities. 




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ELAINE G. DANCEY, A.B., University of South Carolina; M.A., 
University of South Carolina. Mrs. Dancey teaches Speech and Writ- 
ing and English Literature. She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and 
is interested in music, gardening, home projects and all the activities 
in which her children are engaged. 





HARRY DOBSON, Institute of Musical Arts, New York; study in 
Berlin, Fontainebleau, London. Mr. Dobson teaches Music Drama, 
Music in Western Civilization, History of Opera, History of the 
Symphony, Music of Spain, and Wagner. 



DUANE E. HANSON, B.A., Macalaster College; M.F.A., Cranbrook 
Academy of Art, teaches Art Structure. He is the Chairman of the 
Fine Arts Committee. In 1963 Mr. Hanson was awarded $2000 from 
the Cabot Foundation of Harvard University for research in sculpture. 
Mr. Hanson teaches art in several Atlanta schools and has exhibits 
in several art galleries. During his spare time, he enjoys traveling, 
fishing, music and gardening. 





CLAIRE HUBERT, A.B.. Duke University; M.A., Emory University. 
Mrs. Hubert, who teaches Humanities and French, was on a Fulbright 
Fellowship in France. She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and is 
presently working on her Ph.D dissertation which is a comparison 
of the myths of the two visionary poets, Gerard de Nerval and W. Y. 
Yeats. She is a member of the Library Committee and the Arts 
Week Committee. 



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Human Understanding 




INGE MANSKI LUNDEEN, University of Indiana. Curtis Institute and 
Metropolitan Opera Company, leads the Oglethorpe Chorus and teaches 
Voice Production. She has been a judge for the Metropolitan Opera 
Auditions and for the Miss Atlanta Contest. Mrs. Lundeen is a member 
of the SAI, an honorary music sorority. 



KEN NISHIMURA. B.A.. Pasadena College. B.D.. Asbury Theological 
Seminary and currently working on his Ph.D. at Emory University. Mr. 
Nishimura teaches Understanding of Man. Introduction to Philosophy, 
Character and Morals: he is a member of the Evangelical Theological 
Society and during his spare time enjoys photography, music, travel, 
and collectinfr coins. 






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GEORGE C. SEWARD, A.B.. Amherst College. Ph.D.. Tuebingen. is 
Dean and acting President of Oglethorpe. He teaches Philosophy, Religion, 
and Logic; he is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Georgia Academy of 
Sciences. Kiwanis. and at Oglethorpe the Admissions Committee and 
Joint Committee. Dr. Seward's hobbies are mineralogy and lapidary. 



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)ivision of Business 



WILLIAM A. EGERTON, University of North Carolina. University of 
Tennessee Law School, instructs classes in Business Law. Introduction to 
Business, and Management Function. 





JAMES R. MILES. B.S.N.. C.B.A.. University of Alabama. M.B.A.. Ohio 
State University, teaches Accounting. Insurance. Finance. Marketing and 
Business Math. He is a member of the Cafeteria. Athletic, Insurance and 
Retirement Committees. He is Chairman of the Business Division and he 
enjoys boating, fishing, and sports. 



AUSTIN C. SCHLENKER, B.B.A., Texas College of Arts and Industries; 
M.S.. Texas College of Arts and Industries, teaches Principles of Eco- 
nomics, Government and Business. Comparative Economic Systems, Eco- 
nomic Fluctuations, and Statistics; he is a member of the Dean's Committee 
and the Admissions Committee and is a Probation Advisor. His outside 
interests are golf, flying, art, and V. S. Political History. 




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Division of 



GUNNAR H. BERG, B.S., University of Washington; M.A.; Ed.D.; Teachers College, 
Columbia University, is the Resident Administrator for the American Humanics 
Foundation on the Oglethorpe campus. His subjects are Public Relations, Field of 
Social Work, Case Work Methods, Institutional Relations, Supervision and Adminis- 
tration, and Group Dynamics. He is a member of the Joint Committee at Oglethorpe 
and he enjoys travel, public speaking, and extinct languages. 



BILLY W. CARTER, B.A., Oglethorpe University; M.A., Peabody College, teaches 
Physical Education and coaches basketball, baseball, and Soccer. He is a member of 
the Advisory Committee at Oglethorpe. 





ELGIN MacCONNELL, A.B., Allegheny College; M.A., New York University, teaches 
Introduction to Education, Curriculum, Materials, and Methods in Secondary Schools, 
Educational Psychology and Supervises Student teaching and a Seminar in Problems 
of Education. He is the chairman of the Teacher Education Committee and Cafeteria 
Committee and a member of the Joint Committee and Executive Committee. Mr. 
MacConnell is the faculty advisor for the Inter-Activity Committee, Student Union 
Committee, Social Committee and Rat Week. He is Resident Counselor for Men 
and Assistant Director of Summer School. 



PETER N. MAYFIELD, B.A.. Emory University; M.A., Duke University; Ph.D., 
University of North Carolina, teaches Introductory Psychology and Child and 
Adolescent Psychology. He is a member of Sigma Xi and Kappa Delta Pi and 
enjoys travel and golf. 




CAROLINE PINHOLSTER, B.S., Peabody College, teaches Girls' Physical Education. 
She is a member of the Arts Committee and is interested in swimming and dance work. 



'ommunity Service 



GARLAND F. PINHOLSTER, B.S., North Georgia College; M.A., 
Peabody College, teaches Health and Physical Education. He has pub- 
lished several books and articles on the subject of Basketball and is a 
member of the Athletic Committee at Oglethorpe. In addition to pro- 
ducing the victorious Stormy Petrel Basketball team. Coach Pinholster 
was appointed the Chairman of the Governor's Council of Physical 
Fitness. 





RICHARD M. RESER. A.B.. King College: M.A.. Peabody College: 
Ph.D.. University of North Carolina, teaches the subject areas of 
Sociology and Anthropology. He is a member of the American Sociologi- 
cal Society, Southern Sociological Society and also the Curriculum 
Committee and Faculty Council at Oglethorpe. Dr. Reser enjovs garden- 
ing and travel. 



EDITHGENE SPARKS. B.S.. Oglethorpe University; M.Ed.. Emory 
University, teaches Elementary Core. Introduction to Education, Seminars 
in Problems of Education and supervises Student Teaching. Her interests 
are in the Brookhaven Library Board, the Southern Christain Children's 
Home and Research in education at Emory University. 








BARBARA S. UEHLING. B.A.. University of Wichita: M.A.. North- 
western LIniversity: Ph.D.. Northwestern Universitv. teaches General 
Psychology. Child and Adolescent Psychologv. Theories of Personalitv. 
Experimental Psychology and Social Psvchology. She is a member of 
Sigma Xi and also the Admissions Committee at Oglethorpe. Dr. 
Uehling has been awarded a Grant to experiment in Clinical Research 
at Emory University. 



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Division oj 



ROBERT BOXER, B.S.. Brooklyn College; Ph.D., Rutgers University, is an instructor 
in Physical Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry. He is a member of Pi Lambda 
Upsilon honorary society. Dr. Boxer abstracts papers for "Chemical Abstracts" and 
enjoys tennis and golf when he is not working in the laboratory. 




JOSEPH BRANHAM, B.S., Florida State University; M.S.; Ph.D., Florida State 
University, teaches classes in Principles of Science, Microbiology, Vertebrate Physiol- 
ogy, General Biology, Genetics, and Advanced Biology. Dr. Branham is a member of 
Phi Sigma and serves on the Building Committee, Fund Raising Committee and the 
Pre-Medical Advisory Committee. 





DONALD DUNCAN, B.S., University of Missouri; M.S., University of Missouri; 
Ph.D., University of Florida, is an instructor in Advanced Calculus both at Ogle- 
thorpe and at Georgia State College. He is a member of Phi Kappa Phi and Alpha 
Chi Sigma honorary fraternities. Dr. Duncan enjoys music, sports, photography, 



and writing. 



LINDA GARONI, B.S.. Emory University; M.S., Emory University; teaches Intro- 
ductory Biology, Cell Physiology, and Genetics. She is a member of several honorary 
societies including Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Epsilon Upsilon, Phi Sigma, and Sigma 
Xi. She is now engaged in research on the systematics and ecology of the plant 
species found on the granite outcrops of the Southern Piedmont. 






ROY N. GOSLIN, B.A., Nebraska Wesleyan; M.A., University of Wyoming, instructs 
classes in Elementary Physics, Atomic and Nuclear Physics, Electronics, Mechanics, 
Radiation Physics, and Thermodynamics. He is a member of Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma 
Xi, and Sigma Pi Sigma and serves as a consultant to the Isotopes Division of the 
Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Mr. Goslin is a member of both the Adinissions 
Committee and the Athletic Committee and he also serves as the treasurer of the 
Brookhaven Library Board. 



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science 



BERNICE MILLIARD, A.B., Oglethorpe University, M.Ed., Oglethorpe University, 
teaches the Freshman course in Mathematics. Although most of her time is spent 
as the Resident Counselor for Women, she enjoys Concerts and good plays as well 
as the company of her two poodles. Mrs. Hilliard serves on the Admissions Committee 
and on the Student-Faculty Advisory Committee. 





J. KENNEDY HODGES, B.A., Wofford College: M.A., Duke University: Ph.D., 
University of North Carolina, is a professor of General Chemistry, Qualitative 
Analysis, and Organic Chemistry. Dr. Hodges is a member of the American Chemical 
Society. 




GEORGE F. WHEELER. A.B., Ohio State University: M.S.. California Institute of 
Technology, is a professor of Principles of Science, and the Junior Physics sequence. 
He is a member of Phi Eta Sigma and Sigma Pi Sigma. He is a member of the 
Athletics Committee, the Curriculum Committee, and the Pre-Medical Committee 
and he is also developing a Television series of Science lectures for Educational 
Television. 



LOIS WILLIAMSON, B.A., Oglethorpe University; M.A., Oglethorpe University, 
teaches General Botany, Invertebrate Zoology and Comparative Embryology. Mrs. 
Williamson acts as an advisor to high school science teachers. 




Division oi 





MARTIN ABBOTT, A.B., Presbyterian College; M.A., Emory University; 
Ph.D., Eiriory University, is a professor of Western Civilization, American 
History, and Southern History. Dr. Abbott serves on the Self-Study and 
Curriculum Committees at Oglethorpe and he has received the distinguished 
honors of being invited to serve on the Civil War Centennial Commission 
of the United States, and the American Embassy invited him to participate 
in conferences on American studies in Germany. 



LEO BILANCIO, B.A., Knox College; M.A., University of North Carolina, 
teaches Western Civilization and Modern European History. Mr. Bilancio 
is an alternate on the Admissions Committee; his outside interests are 
gardening and his family. 





A. CHEEVER CRESSY, Jr., A.B.. Tufts; M.A., Fletcher School of Law 
and Diplomacy; Ph.D., Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, teaches 
International Relations, Comparative Government, American Diplomatic 
History, Europe in the 19th Century, Far Eastern Diplomatic History and 
Nationalism in Africa and Asia. 



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ROBERTA. ERMENTROUT, A.B., University of Illinois; M.A., University 
of Georgia, teaches Western Civilization, American Government, and State 
and Local Government. 





VAL G. MIXON, B.A., University of the South; M.A., Emory University 
and is currently working on his Ph.D. at Emory University. Mr. Mixon 
teaches American Government, State and Local Government, American 
Political Thought, Constitutional Law, and Political Theory; he is on 
the Teacher Education committee. 



HAROLD M. SHAFRON, B.A., University of Alabama; M.A., University 
of Alabama, teaches Principles of Economics, Comparative Economic 
Systems, Money and Banking, Public Finance, Labor Economics, and 
Business Fluctuations. Mr. Shafron is a member of the Finance and 
Development committee and the Scholarship Committee; his hobbies are 
travel and sports. 




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Officers 

for the 

Class of 

1964 




CONAN RLIDD 
President 



JOHN C. DAY, JR. 
Vice President 





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JANET YOSii 
Secretary 





DONNA WILLIAMS 

Treasurer 



BENJAMIN W. SELLERS. JR. 
Parliamentarian 




Senior Poem — 1964 

The darkness becomes apparent that first eventful day 

As our nonsensical behavior in white sheets and red noses 

hides the final tmth 

From struggling young people turning off alann clocks. 

We finally do rise and stumble across unfamiliar granite 

In a rosy dawn promising a day of suiprise 

Which momentarily turns to horror at the speed of one 

professor in delivering a Good Morning Message. 

But the booming chimes remind us of a Sophomore Afternoon 

When we stand in line with card in hand to feast on temples 

Made of sterner stuff than a wild man's ravings. 

The noonday sun becomes so hot we almost go to sleep 

Before the coolness of a Junior Evening is evident. 

Yes, here is the part of the Day we spend looking back 

at our previous hour's and becoming so wrapped up in thought 

That only the quiet tap, tap, tapping of a glass eye brings 

all into focus. 
And, indeed, we do focus on the approaching darkness again. 
Not a cool pink darkness of fun and mystery 
But a cold inky darkness of world and a tomorrow 

without Mother Oglethoi-pe. 
Our prayer for the night is that we as Seniors 
May see ourselves and others more clearly 
With the tassel on the other side. 

Lawrence Paul Davis, Class of '64. 



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WILLIAM CHARLES 
AITKEN, JR. 


RICHARD GASSETT 
AULTMAN 


Stone Mountain, Georgia 
B.A. 


Decatur, Georgia 
B.A. 


Transfer: Franklin & Marshall 
College; Chorus, 3; Gun Club, 3, 
4; Boar's Head, 4; Blue Key, 4; 
APO, 4. 


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CONSTANCE PINCKNEY 
BOGGS 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 
Transfer: Chorus, 3, 4; Duchess 
Club, 4. 



VIRGINIA LOUISE I 
BREMER 

Atlanta, Georgia ■ 

B.A. I 

Chorus, 1; Gun Club, 1, 2, 3:| 
Rifle Team, 2; Yamacraw, Classe:; 
Editor, 1, 2; Literary Magazine! 
2, 3, Editor, 4; Interactivity Com 
mittee, 3, 4; Dean's List, 3 
Duchess Club, 2, 3 ; Senior Projec 
Committee, 4. 



HALLIE GUINN BEASLEY 

Conyers, Georgia 

B.A. 

Transfer: Emory-at-Oxford. 



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DAVID BAUMAN 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 
tormy Petrel, 2, 3, 4; Soccer; 
■iterary Magazine, 3; Debate 
'earn, 2; Political Science Semi- 
ar, 4; Boar's Head, 3, 4. 



DELMAR BRINKLEY, JR. 

Decatur, Georgia 
B.A. 
ransfer : Emory University ; 
ircle K, 3, 4; President, 4; Boar's 
ead, 4; Inter-activity Commit- 
e, 4. 



J. RICHARD CENZALLI 

Wellesley, Mass. 

B.A. 

Transfer: Circle K, 4; Players, 4. 



LINDA CROWE CHESNUT 

Decatur, Georgia 
B.A. 
Transfer: University of Georgia; 
Alpha Gamma Delta; Art Stu- 
dents' League. 



IRENE LEVY BRITTON 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 







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GLORIA JEAN CLARK 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 
Pep Club, 1 ; Newman Club, 2 ; 
Yamacraw, 3. 




DONNA SHERMER 
CALVERT 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 

Duchess Club, 3, 4; Magna Cum 

Laude; Sally Ann Weltner Award, 

4; Oglethorpe Cup, 4. 



ROBERT ANDREW 
CALVERT, JR. 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 
Class President, 2, 3; Student 
Council, 2, 3; Boar's Head, 3, 4; 
President, 4 ; Interactivity Commit- 
tee, 3, 4; Soccer Team, 3; Who's 
Who. 



LINDA ROBERTSON , 
CLARK j 

Atlanta, Georgia ' 

B.A. j 

Chorus, 1; Literary Magazineii 
2nd Place — Sidney Lanier Poetrf 
Contest; 2 Asst. Editor, Literarj 
Magazine, 3; 1st Place Sidney La; 
nier J'oetry Contest, 3; DucheSj 
Club, 3, 4; Honor Court, 3, 4i 
Xingu, 4; Stormy Petrel, 4; Who'* 
Who, 4. 



DANIEL LASLEY COWARl 

Arlington, Georgia 
B.A. 
Players, 1, 2, 3; Tennis, 1, 2, 3 
4; Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 4; Circl^ 
"K," 3, 4; Gun Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Pistol Team, 1, 2, 3, 4; Stormi 
Petrel; Student Public Relation. 
Com. 






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JOHN CREED DAY, JR. 

Durham, North Carolina 
B.A. 

Transfer: N. C. State Am. Hu- 
manics Foundation, 2, 3, 4; Social 
Committee Chairman, 3; Stormy 
Petrel, 3, 4; Business Manager, 4; 
Circle "K," 3, 4; V.P. Intramurals, 
2, 3; Sr. Class V. Pres.; Joint 
Com.; Interactivity Com. 




MARSHA DALE CLIFTON 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 
-Team Cheerleader, 2; Varsity 
heerleader, 3, Co-Captain, r; 
tormy Petrel, 2, 4; Yamacraw, 
; Student Union, 4; A.F.F., 2; 
itramural Volleyball Champions, 
; Spring Varieties, 4. 



EDWARD A. 
DEGROSS, JR. 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 

Players, 2. 2; Newman Club, 1, 

2, 3, 4; Gun Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
APO, 1, 2, 3, 4; Stormy Petrel, 2, 

3, 4; Yamacraw, 3, 4; Chorus, 2, 
3; Flying Club, 4. 



KENNETH PENN DAVIS 



JAMES LONG DELAY 



Savannah. Georgia Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. B.A. 

tormy Petrel, 1, 3, 4; APO, 1, 2, Chorus. 3, 4; Tennis Team, 3; Gun 
|, 4; Chorus, 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Club, 4; Stormy Petrel, 4; Trans- 
ourt, 1, 2; Intramurals, 1-4; fer: North Ga. College, 
'oar's Head Fr. Award; Boar's 
'lead, 3, 4; Humanics, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
}r. Varsity Basketball, 1, 2; Dorm 
I'roctor, 3; Student Council, Presi- 
jent, 4; Lord & Lady Court, 4; 
Who's Who. 





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LAWRENCE PAUL DAVIS PAUL R. DONALD, JR. 



Decatur, Georgia 
B.S. 
Honor Court, 1, 3; Stormy Petrel, 
1-4; APO, 1, 2, 3, 4; Players, 1-4; 
Best Supporting Actor, 2, 3; Le- 
Conte Society, 2, 3, 4;' Boar's 
Head, 3, 4; Circle "K," 3, 4; Rat 
Court, 2; V. Pres. Soph. Class; 
Joint Com., 2, 4; Yamacraw, 3; 
Ugliest Man on Campus, 3; Who's 
Who; Yamacraw Award, 3, 4; In- 
ter-activity Com., 3, 4; V. Pres. 
Student Council, 4; Sr. Award 
Stormy Petrel, 4. 



Macon, Georgia 
B.A. 

Dorm Council, 1; Humanics, 
2, 3, 4; APO, 1, 2, 3, 4. 



STEPHEN KENNETH 
FIGLER 

Palm Beach, Florida 
B.A. 
Student Council Pari., 4; Jr. Class 
V. Pres.; Soccer Team, 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball Team, 1. 2, 3; Sports Ed., 
Stormy Petrel, 4; Intramural 
Council, 2, 3; Pistol Team, 2, 3. 



JEANIE ELEANOR 
FRANCO 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 

Transfer: Univ. of Ga. 



JOAN LOUISE FISHER 

Cocoa Beach, Florida 
B.A. 
Players, 1 ; Libertarians, 1 ; Stormy 
Petrel, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council, 2, 
4; Cafeteria Com., 4; Sec. Jr. 
Class; Jr. Class Steering Com.; 
Interactivity Com., 3; Spring Va- 
rieties, Director, 3, 4; Duchess 
Club, 3, 4; Xingu, 4; Lord & 
Lady Court, 4; Yamacraw Award, 
4; Who's Who. 



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LARRY ROGER HARBIN 

Americus, Georgia 
B.A. 

APO, 2, 3, 4, Sec, 3; Circle 
"K," 3, 4; Yamacraw Gun Club, 
2, 3, 4; Pistol Team. 2, 3, 4: 
Boar's Head, 3, 4; Class Pari., 3. 



ANTHONY C. EVANS 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 



WILLIAM BRADY 
HARRISON 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.S. 
Transfer: Junior; LeConte So- 
ciety,. 4. 



MARY MARTHA 
GILREATH 

Cartersville, Georgia 
B.A. 
layers, 3, 4; Best Supporting 
ctress, 3; Best Actress, 4; 
horus, 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Club, 
[; Tennis Team, 3, 4; B-Team 
cheerleader, 1; Spring Varieties, 
4; Arts Festival. 



GEORGE EDWARD 
HANDLEY 

Merritt Island, Florida 
B.A. 
Humanics, 1-4; APO, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Student Union Com., 1, 2, 3; 
Yamacraw, 2, 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief, 
4; A.F.F., 1, 2; Basketball Team 
Manager, 1 ; Social Committee, 2, 
3; Libertarians, 1, 2; Humanics 
Honor Award, 4; Yamacraw 
Award, 3, 4; Interactivity Com- 
mittee, 2, 3, 4. 





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FA YE HAVER 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 



LYNDA PAPINI HINES , 

Lanett, Alabama ; 

B.A. ; 

Players, 1, 2, 3; Libertarians, 2i 
Stormy Petrel, 4. 




SAMUEL DENNIS KERR 
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 
B.S. 
APO, 1, 2. 3, 4, Pres., 4; Student 
Council, Treas., 3; Boar's Head, 
3, 4; LeConte Society, 2, 3, 4; 
Interactivity Com., 4; Circle "K," 
3; Basketball Statistician, 4; Pep 
Club, 1, 2; Dorm Proctor, 4; 
Chemical Award: Math, 4; Phys- 
ics, 3; Lord & Lady Court, 4; 
MacConnell Award, 4; Yamacraw 
Award, 4. 



BARBARA JOY KLEIN 

Yonkers, New York 
B.A. 
Transfer : Syracuse University ; 
Debate Team, 1; Young Demo- 
crats, 1; Yamacraw, 2; A.F.F., 2; 
Libdrtarian, 2; Literary Magazine, 

2, 3; B-Team Cheerleader, 3; 
Dance Group, 3, 4; Gun Club, 2, 

3, 4; Rifle Team, 2, 3, 4; Players, 
2, 3, 4; Best Actress Award, 2. 



ERROL FORREST LEIFEF 

Skokie, Illinois 
B.A. 
Circle "K," 3, 4; Boar's Head, ■ 




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ROBERT LANIER HULL 

Doraville, Georgia 

B.A. 

Lingu, President, 3, 4; Stormy 

'etrel, 3; Sidney Lanier Poetry 

lontest, 3, Honorable Mention. 



DIANE CECILIA 
LEONARD 

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 
B.A. 

tormy Petrel, 1-4; Gun Club, 
-4; Rifle Team, 1-4, Captain, 3; 
'ep Squad, 1; Newman Club, 1, 
:, 3; Dorm Council, 2, 3, 4; 
)uchess Club, 3, 4, V. Pies., 4; 
lafeteria Com., 3, 4; Interactivity 
]om., 3, 4; Yamacraw Award, 4; 
^o's Who. 



WILLIAM M. LINSTROM 

Marietta, Georgia 
B.S. 



JOHN GLYN LIPHAM 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.S. 

LeConte, 2, 3, 4; Stormy Petrel, 

2, 3; Boar's Head, 2, 3; APO, 2, 

3, 4; Chemical Co. Award: Chem. 
1, Physics, 2; Rotary Club Schol- 
arship, 4; NASA Fellow for 
Graduate work at Mich. State 
Univ.; Facuhy Award for Schol- 
arship. 



CAROLYN 

LOUGHBOROUGH 

Chamblee, Georgia 

B.A. 





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JANE LOUISE LINCOLN 

Savannah, Georgia 
B.A. 
B-Team Cheerleader, 1 ; Varsity 
Cheerleader, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 4; 
Student Union, 2, 3, 4; A.F.F., 2, 
3, 4, President, 4; Humanics, 1-4; 
Homecoming Queen; Lord & Lady 
Court; Best Spirited Cheerleader 
Award, 4; APO Sweetheart; Yam- 
acraw Award, 4. 



ROBERT E. McMAINS 
Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 
APO, 2; Circle "K," 3, 4; Boari 
Head, 3, 4; LeConte, 2, 3, 4 
Blue Key, 3, 4; Jr. Class Steerin' 
Com., 3; Intramurals, 1-4; Builcj 
ing Com., 1-4. 



NELLIE JO PAYNE 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 

A.F.F., 1, 2, 3, 4; Libertarians 
1, 2; Pep Squad, 1, 2; Chorus 
1, 2, 3, 4; Gun Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 
Treas., 2; Rifle Team, 3, 4; As- 
sembly Com., 1; Stormy Petrel 
3, 4; Yamacraw, 4; Honor Com 
mittee, 4, Sec; Duchess Club, 4 



GEORGE BARRY 
PERCIVAL 

Miami Springs, Florida 
B.A. 

Players, 1 ; APO, 1, 2, 3, 4; BoaJ 
Head, 3, 4, V. Pres., 4; StonrI 
Petrel, 1, 2, 3, 4, Editor-in-Chie 
4; Honor Com., 4; Student Unic 
Oglethorpe Cup. 



JAMES L. 
PENDLAND, JR. 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 

Saints, 2; Stormy Petrel, 2; APO, 
4; Humanics, 4. 






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WILLIAM G. REID 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 



BETTY RUTLAND 
PARCHMAN 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 
Ihorus, 1, 2, 3, 4; Duchess Club, 
, 4, Treasurer, 4; Xingu, 4, Sec, 
.; Yamacraw, 2, 3; Literary Mag- 
zine, 3, 4. 



PAULA COKER RICE 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 
Varsity Cheerleader, 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Captain, 4; Annual Staff, 1, 2; 
Homecoming Court, 1, 2, 3; In- 
tramural Volleyball, 2; Interactivi- 
ties Council, 3; A.F.F., 2; Duch- 
ess Club, 4. 




MIKE D. PICKETT 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 

j'ransfer: Emory Univ.; Circle 
K," 4; Stormy Petrel, 4; Young 
!onservatives, 4, President, 4; In- 
;ractivity Com., 4. 



CHARLOTTE ANN 
RACKLEY 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 




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CYNTHIA MAXINE 
ROBINSON 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 




ETHEL SCOTT 

Atlanta, Georgia 

BA. 



BENJAMIN W. 

SELLERS, JR. 

Hialeah, Florida 

B.S. 

Stormy Petrel, 2, 3, 4; Managing 

Ed., 3; Players, 3, 4; Sr. Class 

Parliamentarian. 



CONAN HEWELL RUDD j 

Atlanta, Georgia ,' 

B.A. ! 

Chorus, 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres., 3, 4: 
APO, 1-4; Saints, 1-4; A.F.F 
1-4; Interactivity Com., 1-4; Lit 
ertarians, 1, 2; Circle "K," 3, 4\ 
Student Union, 2, 3, 4; Socii 
Com., 2, 3, 4; Sr. Class Pres. 
Student Council, 4; Yamacra" 
Award, 3; Lord Oglethorpe; Play 
ers, 1-4; Best Supporting Acto 
4; High Priest, 4; Dorm Procto 
4; Spring Varieties; Stormy Petr 
Copy Ed., 4; "0" Book Ed., 4: 



ROBERT THOMAS i 
SEXTON I 

Opelika, Alabama 
B.S. 
Basketball, 1-4; Baseball, 2-^. 
LeConte Society, 3, 4; Boar 
Head, 3, 4, Pres.; Honor Court 




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AURIE JEAN SAYWARD 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 



LESLIE SHETZEN 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 

Transfer: Ohio State; Modern 

Dance Group, 3; Players, 4; 

Xingu, 4. 



PATSY ROBERTA 
SEXTON 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 



CHARLOTTE RUTH 
SMITH 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.S. 

Pep Squad, 1 ; LeConte, 2, 3, Sec, 

3, Treas., 4; Duchess Club, 3, 4; 

Honor Committee, 3, Chairman, 4. 




BONNIE SHEPARD 

Savannah, Georgia 

B.A. 

Political Seminar; Stormy Petrel. 




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WILLIAM CEBIE SMITH 

Calhoun, Georgia 

B.A. 

Transfer: Univ. of Georgia; Play- 



WILLIAM MALCOLM 
SMITH 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.S. 



ers, 1, 2, 3, 4; Stormy Petrel, 2, Circle "K," 3, 4; LeConte, 3, 4: 
3; Literary Magazine, 2, 3. ( 




BRENDA ANN STARLING 

Decatur, Georgia 

B.A. 

Bowling League, 1; A.F.F., 3, 4; 

Stormy Petrel, 4; Yamacraw, 4. 



ORLAN ROGER SWENNES 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 




LENORE ELLEN 
TALANSKY 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 
Transfer: Washington Univ.; Sail 
Hull Weltner Award for Schola 
ship. 




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REBECCA WHATLEY 

Decatur, Georgia 
B.A. 
Humanics, 1. 



ELIZABETH ANN 
STAFFORD 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 
[umanics, 1; Gun Club, 1-4; 
tormy Petrel, 3, 4; Literary 
lagazine, 1-4; Rifle Team, 2-5; 
laptain, 5; Players, 2, 3, 4, 5; 
dteractivity Com., 2, 3; Libertar- 
ins, 1, 2, 3, 4; President, 3; Pis- 
d1 Team, 5. 



GRETCHEN STEVENS 
WHITE 

Guilford, Connecticut 
B.A. 
Gun Club, 3, 4; Stormy Petrel, 4; 
Players, 3, 4; Rifle Team, 3. 




GEORGE HOYT WAGNER 

Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. 

B.A. 

'r. Class Parliamentarian; Gun 

:iub, 1, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres., 3, Pres., 

; Soccer Team. 



SUSAN MARIE WARRELL 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.S. 
Intermurals, 2; Newman Club, 1. 
2, 3, 4: LeConte. 3, 4; Stormy 
Petrel, 3; Duchess Club, 3, 4; 
Tennis Team, 3, Chorus, 2, 3, 4. 




53 





DONNA LEE WILLIAMS 

Atlanta. Georgia 
B.S. 
Varsity Cheerleader, 1, 2; Bowl- 
ing League. 1 : \ amacraw, 1 : Gun 
Club, 1 ; Soph. Class Treas. : Le- 
Conte. 2. 3. 4: Duchess Club, 3, 
4: Social Com., 2, 3, 4; Spring 
Varieties. 3, 4: Sr. Class Treas.; 
Stormy Petrel. News Ed.. 4: Yam- 
acraw Award, 4; Interactivity' 
Committee. 4. 



C. D. WILLIS 

Atlanta. Georgia 
B.A. 

APO. 1: Circle "K." 4. 



SANDRA LOUISE WOLSEY 

Maitland. Florida 
B.A. 
Yamacraw. 1. 2: Stormy Petrel, 
1. 2. 3: Literary Magazine. 1. 2, 
3: Soph. Class Parliamentarian; 
Rat Court. 2: Intramural Council, 
3, 4; Interactivity Com.. 4: Var- 
sity' Cheerleader. 1. 2. 3. 4: Out- 
standing Cheerleader Award. 4; 
Homecoming Court. 2. 3, 4: Lord 
& Ladv Court. 4. 



JOHN HOWARD 

WINSNESS 

Chamblee. Georgia 

B.A. 

Transfer: Emory Univ.: APO, 3 

4; Stormv Petrel. News Editor. 4 



CAROL JOAN WOMACK 

Powder Springs. Georgia 
B.A. 
Yamacraw. 1. 2: Bowling League, 
1 : Dorm Council. 2. 3, 4, V. Pres., 
2: Literari" Magazine. 3; Sr. Qass 
Project Com.: Honor Court, 
Sec. 4. 




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JANET ELAINE YOSE 

Eustis, Florida 
B.A. 
lumanics, 1, 2, 3, 4; A.F.F., 1, 
!, 3, 4; Interactivity, 2, 3, 4; 
Student Union, 2, 3, 4, Treas., 3, 
[; Stormy Petrel. 4; Sr. Class 
iecretary; High Priestess; Lady 
)glethorpe. 





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Juniors 





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56 



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1 



a 



of 
'65 




Vice President Ray Thomas: President George Alexander; Treasurer 
Glen Rose; Parliamentarian Joe Carter; Secretary Suzy Straub. 




57 







Pat Abbott 
Larry Abner 
George Alexander 
Hank Alexander 



Renee Alhadeff 
Esmeralda Aviles 
William L. Avrett 
Peter Bacon 



Lanier Bagwell 
Carlee Bell 
Shawn Boles 
Patricia Bowden 



Robert E. Bowden 
Ann Brown 
Connie Brown 
Mary Louise Browne 



Joe Carter 
Glenda Castleberry 
Barry Champion 
William T. Clemons 



Stephen Cole 
Roy Cowart 
William Cox 
Tommy Crouch 



58 




Doug Crozier 

James B. Cunningham, Jr. 

Marre Danger 

Dave Davies 



Gloria Dial 
Valerie Duncan 
Sharon Friedrick 
Matthew Garner 



Jerolyn Gates 
Vivan Gray 
Jackson R. Grubb 
Robert Hamrick 



Ben Hargrove 
James Hartlage, Jr. 
Judy Ann Hayden 
John Henigbaum 




59 















Cherry Hodges 
Jimmy Hughes 
Carol King 
Janet Layton 



Maxine Maffitt 
Frankie Mahaffey 
Douglas McGinty 
Gary Mullins 



Cee Nolo 
Billy Parker 
Clark Raby 
Glenn Rainey 



Gail Robinson 
Glen Rose 
JoAnn Sager 
Linda Sanders 



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/ 









Sarah Lynn Schaefer 
Annette Schroeder 
Harvey Shaffer 
Kathy Shirley 



Barrett Smith 
John S. Smith 
Barbara Southard 
John Stevens 



William Stewart 
Judy Stokes 
Suzy Straub 
Joyce Tropea 



Patsy Turner 
Ben Vincent 
Beth Walker 





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Sophomores 





62 



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Officers: Elliot Schwartz. SallyAnn Tulley. John Cason, Theresa 
Terrant, Jeff Hayden. 




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Carolyn Adams 
Warren Adams 
Stephen Anderson 
Carl Berprnan 



Lise Bishop 
Joseph Couch 
Varner Jo Blackshaw 
Cheryl Butterfield 



Gwyn Cannon 
John L. Cason 
Ronald CenzalH 
Bobby Dalgleish 



Ronald Darrcott 
Carl Dinerman 
Wallace Dirk Douglas 
Sandra M. Dunn 



Melanie Everitt 
Karen Fagen 
Navarro Faircloth 
William Findley 



64 




Marvin Fineroff 
Beryl Folsom 
Edward Garrett 
Bill Garriaan 



Susan Goodchild 
Jeffery Hayden 
Walker Heard 
Frank Hughes 



Robert F. Hughes 
Norman Hurd 
Bob Husbands 
David Kaigler 



Fuad Khoury 
Sally Kerr 
Marcia Kane 
Dianne Jolly 



Darlene Lawson 
Phil Leftwich 
Carole Moore 
John I. Nevin 




65 




Peter Outhwaite 
Donald Owens 
Ronald Owens 
Yahya Pamir 



Bill Pate 
Kathy Pitts 
Jill Redding 
Linda Ryner 



Elliott Schwartz 
Steve Sealy 
Rupertia Simon 
Crais Smith 



Roberta Spindler 
Gary Stowers 
Joseph Strenk 
Theresa Tarrant 



Pasco Tilson 
Sallyann TuUy 
Tony Turner 
Robert Vonesh 



66 





Larry White 




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Arlene Williams 
Michael Wing 
Harvey Wysong 
Mary York 




67 



Freshman Class '67 






68 



Sandy Abbott 
Richard Lee Allen 
Thomas David Andrew 
Arthur Armstrong 
Thomas Baird 



Cheryl Baker 
Thelma Beene 
Patricia Bredeback 
Ike Chandler 
Nancy Charnley 



Lynn Cleaver 
Jim Copeland 
Sam Cristol 
C. Robert Crouch 
Barbara K. Cutler 



Edgar Baffin 
Peter de Hann 
Johnnie Dobbs 
Nancy Edwards 
Ronald Fannon 




Officers: Sandy Abbott. Tim Marx, Becky Schnurman, Fred Ackley, 
Linda Prichard. 




€iMMi^ 



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Patsy Garrett 
Walter Hinson 
Andrew Holland 
Kay Ellen HoUingsworth 



Barry Ivler 
Robert Jackson 
James Johnson 
Jacquelyn Jones 



Robert Jones 
Caroline Kelly 
Rebecca Kirkland 
Harry Lancaster 



Carol Lawson 
Stuart Levenson 
Tim Marx 
Lila Kathryn McGahee 



Rhonda Maxey 
Carole Mitcham 
Mary O'Neal 
Dianne Ottowitz 



Berry Pendley 
Barbara Peterson 
James Pinkston 
Sheila Ann Poland 



70 




Linda Prichard 



Hazel Reese 
Thomas Reilly 
Floyd Ruhl 
Becky Schnurman 
John Seidenspinner 



Dianne Sides 
Kenny Smith 
Randy Smith 
Pokey Therrell 
William Tumlin 



Tina Varn 
Ellen Verdel 
Jan Wainwright 
Len Willis 
Barbara Youmans 




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• • 



activities 



73 





Work before play . . . sometimes! 




let's follow the 
Petrel and find 
out what's 
happening . . . 




The 11 o'clock bridge club 




Circle "K" sells books for half 



price 



Ken explains new voting machine 



74 



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Campus! 



• • 





Oglethorpe "500"! 



and this is a racetrack? 





Bottoms up! 



whistle while you . . . work? 



Self explanatory! 







A little spring fever never hurt anybody! 




Should I jump now or after Cressey's final? 




Password to third floor Phoebe! 



Ummmmmmmm . . . you're a good group! 




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Well ... go ahead . . . DANCE 




and where would vou like to sit? 






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Looks as easy as fallin' off a log! 




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. yep . . . it's tater pie all right! 







WEEK 




The Rats are assigned hats and paddles. They 
are to wear the hats until O.U. wins its first 
basketball game! 



Orientation ends and Rat Week begins. This 
is a time for unity among the freshmen. 





78 








79 




The Rat Court: Mickey Tully, Jeff Hayden, Joe Strenk. Bill Garrigan, Conan Rudd, Janet 
Yose, Barney Howard, Berta Spindler, Sally Kerr, and Susan Goodchild. 




High priest — Conan Rudd 
High priestess — Janet Yose 





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81 




Brown . . 






82 



See? It's simple! 



. and Dana 






Students become acquainted with Brown and Dana. 



83 







84 







Those who love Folk singing gather around to hear more. 



85 



Fall Quarter is not the 
same without the . . • 





Fall quarter begins with the tuning and playing of guitars. 



86 



Hay Ride! 




Some piay, some listen . . . some sing. 





87 



Every girl gets her man on . . . 

Sadie Hawkins 




HURRY! 



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and now I pronounce you 




Yep! That apple cider was mighty good! 



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"Well, don't tell anybody, but here's the wav 1 heard it!" 




One, Two . . . Cha . . . cha . . . cha 



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Too much cider . . . maybe? 





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A friend in need . . . etc. . . . etc. 



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Mr. Carnes says he's glad it is finalK 



91 




Ghost 
Stories 





Could it be the "Old Lamp Lighter"? 





92 







Who needs Halloween when you can look like this! 




Bat man strikes again! 




93 



The Lord . . . 




Alumni are always around year after year for the formals. 





94 



just can't get that top off fast enough! 



. . say When! 



• • • 



and Lady 





Live it up! 




Some people just don't look too convincing! 



95 



Lord and Lady Oglethorpe are cliosen from 
senior men and women who best exemplify the 
ideals of college life through their spirit, devo- 
tion, and personal efforts in showing an interest 
in the life of their school. 

Members of the Lord and Lady Court for 1964 
were Joan Fisher, Bobby Sexton, Janie Lincoln, 
Dennis Kerr, Sandy Wolsey, Ken Davis, Janet 
Yose and Conan Rudd. Janet and Conan were 
crowned Lady and Lord Oglethorpe for 1964. 




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The results are announced! 



Janet and Conan are crowned! 



96 




CONAN RUDD 



Lord and Lady 
Oglethorpe 



JANET YOSE 



97 



Homecoming 








QUEEN — JANE LINCOLN 




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JUDY HAYDEN 



SANDY WOLSEY 



Pretty little Janie Lincoln is a 
native of Savannah, Georgia. "Little" 
fits her perfectly because she is only 
five feet short! Janie was not only 
Oglethorpe's Homecoming Queen, but 
she has represented many other as- 
pects of O.U. life. Janie has served 
as a varsity cheerleader for 3 years, 
serving as captain her senior year. 
Janie is Alpha Phi Omega sweet- 
heart, most spirited cheerleader, and 
received a Yamacraw Award. 





JACQUE COOK 



DIANNE OTTOWITZ 



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The Male 
Animal 




Gretchen White 
Ben Mathews 
Jackie Jones 
Conan Rudd 



CAST 



Beth Walker 
Dick CenzalH 
Larry Davis 
Carol Moore 



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Black 





Ready? 



Ready! 





104 



White 





106 





Members of the faculty have the best time of all! 




Spring 






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. . Varieties 







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The Wild 



• • 




THE BALD SOPRANO 




CAST 

Carol Moore 
Conan Rudd 
Larry Davis 
Shawn Boles 
Leslie Shetzen 
Bambi Klien 



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. Spring Play 



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Marti Gilreath 



CAST 



Jimmy Ann Porter 




L 
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Spring . 



The annual Spring Formal is 
preceded each year by the Senior 
cocktail party and the Senior ban- 
quet. The formal begins at 9:00 
p.m., and all students are invited. 





114 



. . Formal 





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Smile . . . ! 




Do things really go better with Coke? 




What do ya mean "they'll never hear the whistle"? 




Pardon me while I count my fruit-flies. 




Why, yes, I love your new hair-do 



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organizations 



119 



Circle K 




Members are (first row) John Day, John Smith, Glen Rose, 
Bob Husbands, (second row) Larry Davis, Bob McMains, 
Shawn Boles, Dr. Seward, Delmar Brinkly, Larry Harbin, 
Mike Pickett, Bill Smith. 



Circle K is a sei-vice organization spon- 
sored by Kiwanis International. It was 
revived on the Oglethorpe campus last 
year after an absence of several years. 
This club is part of a larger association 
in the U. S. and Canada. Their motto is 
"We build." 



Officers are Dan Cowart, Larry Davis, John Day, Delmar 
Brinkley (Pres.). 




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Members present are (I. to r.) Ray Thomas, Jeff Hayden, Dr. Seward, George 
Alexander, Fred Ackley, Mr. McConnell. 



Joint Committee 



The Joint Committee is the only official group with rep- 
resentatives from the administration, faculty and student 
body. Its function is to consider problems and proposals 
regarding conflicts within tlie three groups, keeping the best 
interest of the University in mind. 



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Social Committee 



The Social Committee is responsible for 
entertaining the student body at three fonnals 
eacii year — the Fall Formal, the Lord and 
Lady Oglethorpe Ball, and the Spring Formal. 
President: Conan Rudd 





President: Conan Rudd 



Members of the committee are (first row) Jane 
Lee Conner, Cherry Hodges, Suzy Straub, Conan 
Rudd, (second row) Es Auiles, Bob Husbands. 



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Members are Patsy Turner, Ed deGross. Dave Davies. Sue Warrell, Joe Strenk, 
Mark Browne, Peggy Warrell, Mr. Mohan. 



Newman 
Club 



Newman Clulj is the Catholic stu- 
dent organization on campus. Its 
purpose is to help students gain bet- 
ter insight into their religion. 



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Stormi 



Associate Editor: Harry Davis 





Editor: Barry Percival 



Managing Editor: Tommy Crouch 




Business Manager: John Day and 
Typist: Kate McNeil 




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News Staff: Marsha Clifton, Jane Lincoln. Peggy 
Warrell, Susy Straub 



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Photography Editor: Jon Prew 




Advisor: Dr. Cressy 





Copy Editor: Conan Rudd 




Copy Staff: Janet Yose. Shawn Boles. Jo Payne. Brenda Starling. 



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Stormy Petrel 




Executive Secretary: Diane Leonard 




Features: Mike Pickett 





Sports Editor: Steve Figler 



The Stormy Petrel is the official news- 
paper of the Oglethorpe University Student 
Body. It provides an important means of 
communication between students and faculty. 




Liberal Arts Staff: Sandra Fredrick, Beryl Folsome, Peter Bacon. 



126 Features Editor: Carol Kinj] 




The Intranuiral Council consists 
of two representatives from each 
class. As an organization it func- 
tions by coordinating all intra- 
mural activities for girls and boys. 



Members are: Gary Mullins, Sandy Wolsey. Es Auiles. Jeff Hayden. Not pictured is 
Ben Harsrrove. 



Intramural 
Council 




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The Drifters did it again! 




Where are the fans: 



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Gun 
Club 



Members are (first row) "Chief" Foxy 
Stafford, Cherry Hodges, Peggy War- 
rell, Vivian Grey, Hoyt Wagner, (sec- 
ond row) Berta Spindler, Caroline 
Kelly, Mary O'Neil, Dan Cowart, 
(third row) Fred Ackley, Bill Aitkin, 
Ben Vincent. 



The Gun Club's purpose is the encouragement of 
organized rifle and pistol shooting among students 
of our University, with a view toward better knowledge 
on the part of such individuals of the safe handling 
and proper care of fire amis as well as improved 
marksmanship and good sportsmanship. 




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Officers are Peggy Warrell, Hoyt Wagner, 
Ben Vincent, Cherry Hodges. 



Alpha Phi Omega is a national service 
fraternity composed of college and university 
men who are or have been previously af- 
filiated with the Boy Scouts of America. 
Their purpose is to employ the Scout Oath 
and Laws of their everyday life. 




Officers are Larry Harbin, Larry Davis, George Alexander, 
Dennis Kerr, Sam Cunningham, Dr. Berg, John Winsness. 



Alpha Phi Omega 




Members are (first row) Sam Cristol, Tommy Baird, Jane Lincohi (sweetheart), 
Elliott Schwartz, Lynn Willis, Sam Cunningham, (second row) Ed deGross, Jim 
Bundy, John Winess, Bill Pate, Larry Davis, Rick Allen, "Zeus" Dave Davies, Dennis 
Kerr, Dr. Berg, (third row) Dr. Resser, David Taylor, Bill Aitkin, Ike Chandler, 
Creg Smith, Ben Vincent, Joe Streink. John Cason. Ed Daffen. George Alexander, 
George Handley, Larry Harbin. 



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Upperclassmen are Barrett Smith, Joyce Bacon, John Day, Ken Davis, George 
Handley, Patsy Turner, Ben Hargrove, Barry Champion, Janet Yose, Jack Grubb, 
Jane Lincoln. 




Dr. Berg 



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Underclassmen are (first row) Berta Spindler, Gweyn Cannon, Sally Kerr, Bob Jones, 
(second row) Larry White, Rick Allen, Carol Moore, Sandy Abbott. 



Humanics 
Association 



The purpose of the Humanics Association is to bring to- 
gether all students of the Humanics and to broaden their 
knowledge of the youth work field. This is achieved through 
field trips, retreats, monthly business meetings, and bi- 
monthly seminars with speakers from the youth work field. 



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Members are: Conan Rudd (Sr. Pres.), Joyce Tropea Bacon, Steve Figler, Joan 
Fisher, Bob Husbands, George Alexander (Jr. Pres.), John Cason (Soph. Pres.), 
Larry Davis, Tim Marx, (Fresh. Pres.), Ken Davis. 




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Vice President: Larry Davis 



President: Ken Davis 



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The Student Council consists of five 
officers elected by the student body, and 
the four class presidents. This governing 
organization is designed to serve as the 
unifying and coordinating body for all 
student activities and events. 




Treasurer: Joyce Bacon 



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Secretary: Joan Fisher 



Parliamentarian : Steve Fisler 



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Young Conservatives 




Members are (first row) Carlee Bell, Judy Hay den, Melanie 
Everett, P. W., (second row) Harvey Wysong, Mike Pickett, 
Nancy Logan. 



The Young Consei'vatives is a new club 
on campus this year. Its function is to 
interest students in the conservative po- 
litical ideas. 




Officers are Mike Pickett (Pres.), Melanie Everett, Harvey Wysong. 



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Canterbury 



Canterbury Club is a new club on cam- 
pus this year. It was founded for the 
Episcopal students to have a closer rela- 
tionship with their church while away from 
home. 



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Micky Tully discusses a problem with 
Rev. Milton Cowert. 



Members are (first row) Ben Holland, 
Rev. Cowert, Mrs. Rosaline Cowert, 
(second row) Micky Tully, Beryl Fol- 
some, Valery Duncan. 



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Oglethorpe Players 



The Oglethorpe Players promote the interest of students 
in theater arts, and provide opportunities for all to develop 
their talents and inclinations. The players present three 
plays a year, which vaiy in comedy, mysteiy and drama. 




Members are (first row) Baiiibi Klein, Carole Moore, Cherry Hodges, Marty Gilreath, 
Beryl Folsom, (second row) Jacqueline Jones, Beth Walker, Shawn Boles, Micky 
Tully, Gretchen White, Bob Hambrick. Steve Cole, (third row) Mr. Brown, Mr. 
Ed Danus, Cebie Smith, Berta Spindler, Conan Rudd, Larry Davis, Joyce Bacon, Allen 
Parker. 



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Larry Davis gives Carol Moore a subtle eye at the Players presentation. 




Officers are: Bob Hambrick (Pres.), Marty Gilreath, Ed Danus, Allen 
Parker, Joyce Tropae Bacon, Mr. Brown. 



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Student Union 




Members are (1. to r.) Jane 
Lincoln, Es Auiles, Jane Lee 
Conner, Marsha Clifton, Bob 
Husbands, Janet Yose, Conan 
Rudd. 



The Student Union consists of tliose 
students who are interested and willing 
to work to provide better and more rec- 
reational facilities, especially in the game- 
room. 




These officers certainly enjoy their work. 



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Contributers are (first row) Mary Danger, Foxy 
Stafford, Beryl Folsom, (second row) Linda Clark, 
Val Duncan, Micky Tully. 




Literary Magazine 



The Literary Magazine is the official 
magazine of the Oglethorpe student body, 
faculty and alumni. It consists of poems, 
short stories and essays written by these 
people. 




Mr. Brown seems to have startled the editors — Linda Clark and 
Virginia Bremer. 



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Members are (first row) Patsy Turner, Jim Bundy, Janet Yose, 
Jane Lincoln, Jo Payne, (second row) Dave Davies, "Zeus," Jack 
Grubb, Brenda Starling. 



All Faiths Fellowship 



All Faiths Fellowship assists its members in understanding 
the religions of the world. It acquaints them with traditions 
and customs of other religions. Social problems are dealt 
with in this discussion group. 



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Xingu 




Officers are B. J. Rutland, Linda Clark, Bob Hull (Pres.), 
Mrs. Agnew. 




Xingu is a new club on campus this 
year. It was founded to increase students' 
interest in the various phases of English 
literature. They give an award to an 
outstanding member of the Freshman class 
posed on literature. This year's winner 
was Mr. Eddie H. Bennett. 



Members are Mrs. Agnew, Mrs. Mostella, Leslie Shetzen, Bob Hull, Linda 
Clark, Diane Edmonson, David Bauman. Sharon Fredrich, Peter Bacon, 
George Mullins. 



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Editor-in-Chief: 
George Handley 



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Photography Coordinator: Vivian Gray; Photographer: Ed 
De Gross 





Faculty Editor: 
Susan Goodchild 



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Activity Editor: Jane Lee Conner 




Executive Secretary: Suzy Straub 




Honors Editor : Cherry Hodges 




Organization Editors: Hila McGahee and Es Aviles 



The Yamacraw is the Oglethorpe University year- 
book. The staff strives to enclose between two covers 
all the important people, places, and events of the 
year. This work is probably one of the most reward- 
ing parts of college, for after all memories lapse, 
the yearbook remains as a lasting remembrance of 
days at Oglethorpe. 



General Staff members are (first row) J. Conner, 
L. Sanders, J. Payne, B. Sell (second row) S. 
Straub, E. Aviles, B. Starling, C. Hodges, (third 
row) V. Gray, E. deGross, T. Tarrant, L. McGahee, 
G. Handley. 




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Coach Bill Carther 



Soccer, the new sport at 0,U, 




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putting a team together 



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petrel battle 





FULLBACKS: left to right; Kirk Dougles, Jack Grubb, John Feers, Jeff Hayden, Andy 
Holland. Ronnie Cenzalli. 



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HALFBACKS: left to right; Barney Howard, Pete Outh- 
waite, Robert Richards. 




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FORWARDS: left to right; Ed Daffen, Fred Ackley. Ben Hargrove, Roy Cowart. Glen 
Rose, Steve Figler. 



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TENNIS TEAM, left to right: Coach Pinholster. Hoyt Wagner, Bill Pate, Bob McMains, 
Clark Rabv, Dan Cowart, Hank Alexander. Rav Thomas. 






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the rifle team 




RIFLE TEAM, left to right: Foxy Stafford. Berta Spindler. Cherry Hodges, Carolyn Kelly, 
Peggy Warrell, Mary O'Neal, Vivian Grey. 



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the pistol team 



PISTOL TEAM, left to right: Foxy Stafford. Hovt Wagner. Fred Ackley, 
Bill Aitken, Dan Cowart, Ben Vincent. 




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Leading our spirit 





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Varsity Cheerleaders 





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Ellen Verdel 



Theresa Terrant 



Becky Schnurman 




'B'-team 

Cheerleaders 



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Pokey Therrel 




Dianne Ottowitz 




Judy Hayden 





Linda Sanders 




Dianne Sides 



Barbara Yournans 



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Outstanding Seniors are awarded 
Oglethorpe Cups 



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The Oglethorpe Cups are awarded to 
the man and the woman in the upper 
classes who have been leaders in scholar- 
ship and other aspects of university life. 





Mr. G. Barry Percival 



Mrs. Donna S. Calvert 



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Scholarship Awards 




Donna Calvert 

The Sally Hull Weltner Award is presented 
annually by the Oglethoi-pe University Wom- 
an's Club to the senior woman with the highest 
scholastic record in her junior and senior 
years. Donna Calvert and Lenore Talansky 
tied for this honor for 1964. 



Sally Hull Weltner 
Award 




Lenore Talansky 




Faculty 

Scholarship 

Award 



The Faculty Scholarship Award is made 
annually to the male student with the highest 
scholastic record in his junior and senior 
years. John G. Lipham is the winner of this 
award. 



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Duchess Club 




Duchess members: (first row) Donna Williams, Jo Payne, Linda Clark, Susan 
Warrell, Judy Hayden, Charlotte Smith, Diane Leonard, Sharon Frederick, (second 
row) Carol Blair, Carol King, Donna Calvert. Betty Parchman, Linda Sanders. 



186 





The Duchess Club sponsors numerous activities during the school year, among them 
the annual Sadie Hawkins Day affair. Pictured above is the wedding festivities of 
that famous celebration. 




The Duchess Club award for Freshmen is presented 
this year to Miss Becky Schnurman as the young 
woman in the Freshman class who most fully 
exemplifies the ideals of the Duchess Club. 



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Eddie H. Bennett 
is given the 
Xingu Freshman 
English Award 



Sidney Lanier 
Poetry Awards: 



1st Prize: Benjamin D. Mathews 
2nd Prize: Valerie Duncan 
3rd Prize: (tie) 

Marre Dangar; 

Beryl 0. Folsom 




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Senior Class 

Award presented 

to Mrs. Joyce Minors 




Brinker Award 
Linda R. Clark 



The Brinker Award was presented this 
year to Mrs. Linda Robertson Clark as 
the student having the highest achievement 
in the courses in philosophy and religion. 





Ben Parker 
Law Award 
H. G. Wysong 



The Parker Prize in Law is 
given to that member of the class 
in Business Law who shows the 
greatest progress. Harvey Wysong 
was that individual. 



189 



Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities 



This honor is given in recognition of the 
merit and accomplishment of the student who 
is officially recommended by the Student 
Government and the Faculty Council, and 
who meets the requirements of the publica- 
tion, Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Universities. 




Robert A. Calvert 





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Linda R. Clark 



Kenneth P. Davis 





Larr)' Davis 



Joan Fisher 




Diane Leonard 




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Boar's Head 
Honorary Fraternity 




Boar's Head members: kneeling — Errol Leifer, boar, John Lipham, standing — 
George Alexander, Dennis Kerr. Larry Davis, Tommy Crouch, Bill Aitken, Ken 
Davis, Barry Percival, Delmar Brinkley. Bob Calvert. Bobby Sexton, Dr. Cressey. 



192 





The Boar's Head Christmas Festival 
is presented annually by the Boar's 
Head Honoraiy Society. 




193 



Sophomore Class 
recognizes Dennis 
Kerr with MacConnell 
Award 



The Sophomore Class annually 
awards the Charles M. MacCon- 
nell Memorial Award to that mem- 
ber of the Senior class whom it 
feels deserves recognition, but has 
not received it sufficiently. S. 
Dennis Kerr was the recipient of 
this year's award. 




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Humanics Award 
presented to 
President George 
Handley 



The American Humanics Foundation Honor 
Award is presented each year to the outstand- 
ing member of that organization. George E. 
Handley, President of the campus Humanics 
group, was the 1964 winner of this award. 



A. P.O. Service Award 



The Alpha Phi Omega Award for 
outstanding Sei-vice is presented this 
year to David Frederic Taylor, III. 






Top Petrel Sexton 
given David 
Hess Award 



The David Hess Memorial Award 
is presented to the outstanding senior 
student participating in a varsity sport. 
All around athlete, Robert T. Sexton, 
is the winner of this award. 




195 



LeConte Honorary Science Society 




LeConte members: first row — Donna Williams, Jane Lee Connor, Charlotte Smith, 
Reene Aledeff, second row — Pat Abbott, Susan Warrell, Linda Sanders, Theresa 
Terrant, Judy Hayden, Carolyn Adams, John Lipham, third row — Bill Smith, Buddy 
Harrison, George Alexander, Carl Dinerman, Bobby Sexton, Dennis Kerr, Bill 
Garrijran. 







Officers: George Alexander, Donna Williams, Charlotte 
Smith. John Lipham. 



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Science Day is sponsored annually 
by The LeConte Society. Each science 
field is invited to set up displays for 
the interest and enjoyment of the stu- 
dent body as well as the surrounding 
Oglethorpe community. 



John G. Lipham is the 1964 recip- 
ient of the LeConte Science Society 
Award. This award is given to the 
outstanding graduating senior in the 
field of science on the basis of his 
scholastic achievement and his con- 
tribution to the University and the 
Science Division. 




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Chemical Rubber Publishing Company 
recognizes outstanding Freshman 
Science Students 




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Mathematics: 

Georgianne Wainwrisht 



Physics: 

John L. Cason, Jr. 



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Chemistry : 

Dianne Ottowitz 



Players' Awards 




Best Actor : 
Benjamin D. Mathews 



Best Actress : 

M. Martha Gilreath 



Best Supporting 

Actress : 
Jacquelyn J. Jones 




Doctor of 
Humane Letters 
Merriman Smith 



To Merriman Smith, native Georgian and 
student at Oglethorpe from 1932-1934, life- 
long journalist, reporter from the White House 
to the nation under five presidents and dean 
of White House correspondents, who covered 
the travels of the presidents and many con- 
ferences of the past two decades and whose 
sad duty it was to write the official story of 
the most tragic and heart-rending event of 
the recent past, winner of several awards for 
distinguished journalism, most recently the 
Pulitzer Prize for national reporting, author, 
lecturer and, above all, newsman, the degree 
Doctor of Humane Letters. 



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The Donald C. Agnew Awards 




Dr. Martin Abbott 




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For distinguished service 
to the University 




Mr. Harry M. Dobson 



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Yamacraw Awards 



The Yamacraw Awards were begun by the 1962- 
1963 staff as a means of recognizing those students 
who are outstanding members of the Oglethorpe com- 
munity. The awards are made on the basis of spirit, 
participation, academic achievement, and an intangi- 
ble fulfillment of the ideals of an Oglethorpe edu- 
cation. 





Bobby Sexton 



Diane Leonard 





Arlene Brilliant 



George Handley : special award 



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Dennis Ken- 



John Day 




Jane Lincoln 



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diplomas 




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those who have taught 




and helped and scolded . . . 




and those who have been companions 
in hours of studying, playing, 
cussing and laughing. 



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June 7, 1964, is the day to remember. 
It is the day of an ending and a 
beginning for the class of 1964. It 
is their day of leaving Oglethorpe. 
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