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Out of the shadows of the past, dawns a new beginning . .
Out of the shadows of the past dawns a new Oglethorpe. Our
college has kept the traditions upon which she was founded, and
maintained high standards through war, depression and overwhelm-
ing odds. Only now is the sky a brighter blue. -^
October 12, 1965, marked the anniversary of the first year com-
pleted by Dr. Paul Beall as President of Oglethorpe. During this
year we have noted many changes in our college — some with regret
and others with happiness. Oglethorpe University no longer exists,
but Oglethorpe College is alive and full of new spirit. We are no
longer a school of scholastic isolation, limited social life, and
apathetic sports and extracurricular participation; we are no longer
an island, but an institution of learning nationally acclaimed and
Students from Georgia and Florida have joined with others from
such states as Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, and many Asian
and European countries to form the Oglethorpe family. Even with
such wide diversity of origin and interests, students still have the
opportunity to meet and get to know their professors; they still know
and depend on one another for companionship and pleasure.
It is through these pages that the new tide of events is seen surging
through and changing parts of our Oglethorpe. Some of the tradition,
much of the friendship, and all of the memories will always remain
the same. These are the things which we, the YAMACRAW staff,
have tried to capture in this THE 1965-66 YAMACRAW.
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In the years to come we
will look back, and these are
the things we will remember of
the "new" Oglethorpe . . .
walk to Phoebe . . . flags in the
wind . . . quiet talks . . . au-
tumn . . . Rat Week . . . Boar's
Head . . .
The YAMACRAW staff wishes to dedicate the
1966 YAMACRAW to a person we feel deserves
recognition which is long overdue. This professor
is part of the Oglethorpe ideal ; part of the old Ogle-
thorpe, and a most essential part of the new. He
contributes his time unselfishly not only in the
affairs of the school but in the activities of the stu-
dents as well. His classes are difficult; some pass;
some fail; but all learn. It is because of this part
of himself that he gives so freely to the students,
for his concern for the students, and for his partici-
pation in student activities that we dedicate this
1966 YAMACRAW as a small portion of our grati-
tude to MR. WENDELL H. BROWN— advisor,
. . . The Dedication . .
spring . . .
. . . The
discussion . . . soli-
tude . . . tiredness
. . . help . . . break
V- « -r
The Companionship .
The Concentration .
study . . . involve-
ment . . . play . . .
introspection . . . lei-
sure . . . concern . . ,
research . . .
by moonlight . . . the clock
tower . . . the first snow . . .
stadium gates ... a rainy park-
ing lot . . . Great Hall . . .
carillon . . .
Square round and let us closer be, we'll warm our wintry spirit.
The good we each in others see, the more that we sit near it.
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Activity Is College Life
. . . dance . . .
get acquainted . . .
Seniors march in the auditorium to receive their caps.
Mr. Goodwin sives the address.
What a difference a cap makes!
The Rat Court Members are chosen by their
class at the end of their freshman year on the basis
of the spirit and participation they exemplified
during their Rat Week.
The High Priest and Priestess are chosen by the
Student Council on the same basis as the Rat Court
members. The High Priest and Priestess are mem-
bers of the senior class.
The purpose of the Rat Court is to organize the
activities of Rat \^ eek in an effort to unite the
freshman class and see that Rat T^'eek is conducted
with the proper spirit.
Although Rat \^ eek is a traditional part of Ogle-
thorpe, this year several changes were initiated.
These changes were thought to be necessarv and
beneficial to the welfare and memories of aU.
Rat Week Begins
. . . first assembly in the auditorium . . . rebel-
lious rats . . . subdued by assignment night
. . . harassed for impudence . . . ostracized
and Ends . . .
. . . with the Rat Dance . . . the announcement
of Mr. and Miss Rat . . . Congratulations to
Bonnie Harsrove and Cve Ruben!!!
ike the Hedonist would say ... "wine, women and song".
For that over-teased look!
The Jet Set . . .
Dr. and Mrs.
The beauty and the brute!
Watch those eve;!
How would v'all like some fried chicken?
THE WINNERS ... Anthony and Cleopatra!
Ghost Stories . . .
An evil spirit looms.
Mr. Bob L(.
. . to O.C. Campus
Mary O'Neal . . .
Bob Hamrick . . .
. . . cast an evil spell on die audience with the
erie readinss of their own shost stories.
The pause that refreshes.
I was just telling them about the time I . .
. . at the B&B Ranch
Boar's Head Ceremony . . „
Members of Boar's Head Fraternity lead tlie procession.
The audience is capture
ijeauty and warmth of the ceremony.
. . the Spirit of the hohdays
ith Mr. Brown's moderation of the hi-tory of tlie BoarV Head.
Heralding enluuuo? tin- t;liiu of the -spirit
Duelies? Cluli nienilier? ser\c .it tiie rcoeption loil>_i\vini: llie > ertrniony.
Homecoming . . . '66
Last year's Queen, Mrs. Jane Lee Sexton, escorted by
The ceremony begins.
. . . Brings
AS MISS POKEY THERRELL, SPONSORED BY THE JUNIOR CLASS, IS CROWNED QUEEN"!
1966 Homecoming Queen
Miss Pokey Therrell
Sponsored by the Stormy Petrel
Sponsored by Boar's Head
. . . And Her Court
DEE DEE DENTON
Sponsored by Dorm Council
Sponsored by Inti-amural Council
The Grayness of Winter .
trying to '"keep up" seems impossible . . .
. . |]Ut, at Jast a solitary moment!
But Still Activity
or for the more reserved ... a fire side chat.
during an exciting ballgame
Features . . .
... a night at the Henry Grady
. . . The Martinques . . . Hank
Ballard and the Midnighters . . .
AND . . . Miss Dianne Ottowitz
and Mr. Frank Hughes as Lord
and Lady Oglethorpe!
Miss Carole Moore
Mr. Walker Heard
Mrs. Sandra Rich
Mr. Wayne Johnson
Miss Kate McNeil
Mr. Warren Adams
Mrs. Elaine Law
Mr. Bill Garrigan
Mr. Frank Hughes
Miss Dianne Ottowitz
The Oglethorpe Players
always good, have surpassed themselves in excellence this year un-
der the direction of Miss Mina Meines and technical director Alan
Parker. The Players have presented such well-known plays as "Blithe
Spirit" and "Fumed Oak" by Noel Coward; "Suppressed Desires"
by Susan Glaspell: "The Twelve Pound Look" by James M. Barrie;
and "Come Blow Your Horn" by Neil Simon.
The Players have continued in their excellence by writing and
producing two films this year. These were: The Fall of Crepulis
Finque and The Ballad of Buster Badlands. In doing so, the Players
have captured talent, revealed personalities, and displayed remark-
The Players presented Miss Meines with her own
It must be nice!
The art of making up . . .
. . . and taking it off!
Charles Condomine Casper Nolo
Rulh Conrlominc Carole Moore
Madame Arcati. Bonnie Shepperd
Dr. Bradrnan Cris Cook
Mrs. Bradrnan Cheryl Butterfield
Elvira Diana McClurkin
Edith Pam Grossman
No! I don't go for the idea of two wives!
Dr. Bradrnan tries to help.
Elvira is called back from the dead.
Cast meets audience at the reception.
3 One Act Plays
12 Pound Look
Come Blow Your Horn
Alan Baker Cris Cook Wf"^
Buddy Baker Robert Hamerick t**'^
Mr. Baker Arnie Rosenburg
Mrs. Baker Cheryl Butterfield
Connie Daton Carole Moore ^^^
Peggy Evans Susan Snowden ^^B i\'' P^' O
Why don't you "grow-up"!
Fm a man now, Father.
Now that was an awful thing to say!
You think you've sot troubles !
I want some explanation! !
Would you believe my elbow is in the as-htray?
Meanwhile . . . back at the bar . .
Are you surt
I think vou'd
Really — 1 can hold it myself —
ou don't know the "Anniversary Waltz?''
Are you sure you don't want to sit this one out?
njoy a cigarette more!
FV^ERYTHI.NG goes better with Coke!
Yes. I'm positive — I don"t want to dance.
Activity Is Varied . . .
Spring is when girls anxiously watch their hemlines . . . and boys do likewise,
Can I continue this later ... I think we just lost!
Jam sessioi' in Great Hall.
Activity is for the group . . .
But Always Present
The genius of the good leader is to leave behind him a situation which
common sense, without the grace of genius, can deal with successfully.
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The STUDENT COUNCIL is the
The Student Council consists of five officers
elected by the student body, and the four class
pi iflents, who work to coordinate all student ac-
tivii id events.
Linifying body for campus activities
SECRETARY: Elaine Law
TREASURER: Craig Smith
PARUAMENTARIAN: Berjl Folsom
Is this our Student Council at work?
The STUDENT COUNCIL sponsors various
activities during the school year
John Sims assumed the position of Treasurer of the Stu-
dent Council Spring Trimester
Council memljers performing one of their delegated pow-
Orientation is not the End!
Jerry Meaders entertains at Orientation Dance
Some people enjoy the dance more than ulhrrs!
The INTERACTIVITY COMMITTEE schedules
the meetings and activities of the
groups on campus.
The Interactivity Committee is a standing com-
mittee of the Student Government, with the Vice
President of the Student Council as chairman, that
is set up to coordinate the activities of the various
Left to right: Kate McNeil; chairman, Jim Essam, John Sims, Janice Ely, John Nevin, Sandy Abbott, Tina Vam, Carl Dinerman, Helen
Schiffman, Cheryl Baker, Craig Smith, Pokey Therrell, Susan Goodchild, Carole Moore.
The HONOR COUNCIL is
HONOR COURT and
Seated left to right: Nancy Charnley, Frankie Crim, Marilyn Roberts, chairman; Bonnie Tash. Standing left to right: Walter
Cohen, Tom O'Connor, Bob Johnson, Haynes McFadden, Carl Bergman, Mr. Palmer, advisor.
The Honor Court, composed of two representa-
tives from each class, a chairman, and a faculty
member, judges all cases of alleged violations of
the Honor Code brought before it. The Court has
the power to recommend punishment, inclusive of
expulsion, suspension, and social probation. All in-
vestigations of violations are kept secret unless the
accused is judged guilty by the Honor Court.
:oniposed of the
the HONOR COMMITTEE
The Honor Committee serves Oglethorpe College
by reviewing suspected violations of the Honor
Code presented to the Honor Council and deciding
which of the cases put before it has sufficient
factual basis to warrant a trial by the Honor
Court. The Committee chairman is responsible for
summoning all witnesses to appear before the
Court. The Honor Committee also considers amend-
ments to the Honor Code itself, and submits the
proposals it approves to both students and faculty
Le/t to right: John Cason, Mar>' Neal Crutcher, Tom Reilly, chairman; Valera Bagwell. Floyd Ruhl.
ALPHA PHI OMEGA, the national service fraternity,
volunteers its services to our school.
First row, left to right: Penny Jones, Mickey Bright, Joe Oliver, Joe Bentley, Bob Oliver, Brian Sinram; Second row: Denny McGlaugh-
lin, George Stuart, Rick Woodworth, John Wickham; Third rotv: Fred Welker, Leslie Deadwyler, Joe Fitzhugh; Fourth row: Jim
Mapother; Fijth row: Gil Watson, Bob Brady, John Sims; Sixth row: Mr. Loftin, Bob Jackson; Seventh row: Mr. Doyal, Stuart Leven-
son; Last row: Len Willis.
APO is composed of college and university men
who are, or have been, previously affiliated with
the Boy Scouts of America. The purpose of the
fraternity is to assemble college men in fellowship
under the Scout Oath and Law and to promote
service to the student body, the faculty, the com-
munity, and the nation.
OFFICERS: and Sweetheart, Diane Ottowitz, Gil Watson, president;
John Sims, first vice-president; Bob Brady, secretary; Bob Jackson,
Sergeant-at-arms and Historian; Mr. Loftin, advisor; Stuart Leven-
son, second vice-president; Mr. Doyal, advisor; Len Willis, treasurer.
The FINE ARTS COMMITTEE brings
select programs to campus
Left to right: Tom Free, Sandy Abbott, Karen Steinhaus, Mr. Brock, Advisor; Stuart Levenson. Not pictured: Carole Moore, Carl Dinerman,
Beryl Folsom, Susan Goodchild, Mr. Brown, Mr. Loftin.
The Fine Arts Committee is composed of two
parts: a Faculty Fine Arts and a Student Fine
Arts Committee. These two groups working to-
gether have the purpose of bringing outside pro-
grams and groups to campus in the area of Fine
Arts and, also, of encouraging the development of
Oglethorpe students in the areas of drama, litera-
ture, poetry, music, and dance.
The BOARD OF TREASURERS handles the
student body financial affairs
DIRECTOR: Craig Smith
PEOPLE TO PEOPLE is new on campus this year
Bottom, left to right: Kate McNeil, Bob Ruffner, Richard Binkney; Top, right to left: Bonnie Hargrove, Susan Mostellar,
Ronald Binkney, Yahya Pamir; advisors: Mr. Nishimura and Dr. Key
OFFICERS and ADVISORS: Left to right: Richard Binkney, secretajy;
Bob Ruffner, president: Dr. Key, advisor; Mr. Nishimura, advisor. -Vof
pictured: Bill Reddick, vice-president.
The advisors discussing pressing problems!
The INTERNATIONAL CLUB for foreign students
was set up on our campus this year.
First row, left to right: Kem Pamir, President; Avi Kassutto, Ana Citarella; Top roiv, left
to right: Mr. Nishimura, advisor; K. Nishimura, Yung Dae Kim, Henry Rodriquez.
The International Club sponsors "get-acquainted" dinner at '•Cranham."
The THALIANS enjoy an active
first year and bring many
renowned speakers to campus.
Left to right: Kate McNeil, Vice president; Kim Pamir, President; Mr. Loftin, advisor; Rupertia Simon, Gary Stowers, Bonnie Tash, Cheryl
The SOCIAL COMMITTEE experiences its
most active year
Above left to right: Jimmy Nash, Jim Essam, Nancy Charnley, Susan Goodchild, Linda Hudgins, Tina Varn; Below, left
to right: Larry Shattles, Marty Lloyd, Lynn Mcllvaine, Bonnie Hargrove. Not pictured: Pete Hodgkinson, Bonnie Roberts,
Ve Metrick, BiU Weber.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Larry Shattles, Bands; Jimmy Nash,
Publicity; Jim Essam, Chairman; Sandy Abbott, Decorations Tina Varn,
coordinator; Marty Lloyd, Secretary. Not pictured: Bill Weber, Business
Ogee, our mascot, was a joint effort by the Com-
The CHORUS provides musical entertainment
for many campus affairs
First row, left to right: Bonnie Hargrove, Trudy Swint, Jerry Clements, Mrs. Nancy Chandler, Lynn Mcllvaine; Back rote, left to right:
Mike Finocchio, Thomas Free, Jeffrey Mitchell, Richard Osborne, Joe Fitzhugh, Donald Babb, Mrs. Christine Burton, Laurentia Mesh,
Mrs. Lundeen, director. Mrs. Peggy Youngblood, piano accompanist. A'o( prV/urerf; Margaret Pate, Barbara Austin.
The DORM COUNCIL establishes and
Left to right: Marcia Strange, Dee Jolley, Dee Dee Denton, Naufy Keenan, Margaret Pate, Susan Goodchild, Sandy Abbott.
OFFICERS: Sandy Abbott, Secretary -Treasurer ; Susan
enforces girls' rules and regulations
A leisure moment away from the books!
"Sandy, Please don't Jump"'
What's the Use?
Like looking for a needle in a haystack!
The PLAYERS reveal their dramatic abiUties in
their performances presented to the school
First row, left to right: Arnie Rosenberg, Carole Moore, Beryl Folsom, Susan Snowden; Second
row, left to right: Diane Wendy, Phil Perricome, Cheryl Butterfield, Haynes McFadden, Bob
Hamrick; Top row, lejt to right: Laurentia Mesh, Leslie Deadwyler, Valeria Bagwell, Alan
Standing: Carole Moore, Presidenl; Mina Meines, Director; Bob Ham-
rick, Vice-pres.; Seated: Alan Parker. Stage Manager, Susan Snowden,
Mr. Brown, ADVISOR
The YOUNG DEMOCRATS stimulate political
interest in college life
Left to right: John Sims, Frankie Crim, Richard Binkney, Mr. Palmer — Advisor, Anita Sloan, Nancy Fields, Stuart Levenson, Ed Gerson,
Pam Grossman, Ronald Binkney
The GUN CLUB strives toward expert
marksmanship and good sportsmanship
First row left to right: Joe Malloy, Mike Bryant, Mark Gruendike Jimmy Mapother, Tom ReiUy, Nate Zahn; Second row, Jelt to
right: clroUne Kelly, Elaine Law, Mary O'Neal, Kathy Slarcher, Naomi Thomas, Margaret Pate; Standmg, left to right: Floyd Ruhl,
Gary Rothchild, Kenny Dreyfuss, Fred Ackley.
Chief Sewell Edwards
The STUDENT UNION works diligently at
improving the school's recreational facilities
Above left to right: Nancy Keenan, Tom Port, Kathy McLeod, Helen Wehner, Theresa Tarrant, Susan GoodchUd, Oiairman; Below, left to right:
Sandy Abbott, Steve White, Donna LeStrange.
The DUCHESS CLUB, an honor society, lends
a helping hand to many functions
Above, left to right: Linda King, Treasurer; Cheryl Baker, Vice-president; Rupertia Simon, Parliamentarian; Barbara Yeo-
mans; Below: Gwyn Cannon, Secretary; Theresa Tarrant, President.
The Duchess Club is an honor
society for Junior and Senior wo-
men who have maintained an out-
standing scholastic record and
who have participated actively in
campus extracurricular activities.
The club was founded in 1920
with the ideal of integrating the
ideas of academic proficiency with
service to the school.
Above: Pokey Therrell, Diane Ottowitz; Middle: Tina Varn, Susan Goodchild; Below: Mary
LeCONTE is an honorary organization for
outstanding science students
Above left to right: Diane Ottowitz, Cheryl Baker, Mike Mathis, John Cason, Carl Dinnerman, president: Barbara Beggs; Behtr, left to right: Jeff
Hayden Lila Bennett, Sandy Hedge. Not pictured: Bill Garrigan, Theresa Tarrant, Ana Citarella, Bonnie Tash.
The LeConte Society is an honorary organiza-
tion for outstanding science students who have a
genuine interest in the progress of scientific en-
The BOAR'S HEAD fraternity is composed of
outstanding Junior and Senior men
Left to right: Bill Greer, Carl Dinnerman, Tom Reilly, Floyd Ruhl, Bill Garrigan, Jerry Brown. Not pictured: Jeff Hayden, Robert Richards, Carl Berg-
Boar's Head recognizes junior
and senior men who have exhibit-
ed outstanding scholarship, lead-
ership, and participation in the
school activities. By recognizing
top students the Boar's Head
hopes to foster an attitude of
scholastic achievement and pro-
mote the ideals of academic free-
dom and excellence.
OFFICERS, left to right: Carl Dinnerman, Secretary-treasurer; Tom Reilly, President;
Floyd Ruhl, Vice-President.
XINGU is an English honor organization
which contributes creativity to the campus
Seated on couch, lejt to right: Mrs. Agnew, advisor; Cheryl Davis, Susan Mostellar, Bobbye Hoppe, Beryl Folsom; Lower, lejt to
right: Mike Wing, Al Pierson, Mike Peace. Not pictured: Tina Varn, Pokey Therrell.
The LITERARY MAGAZINE staff compiles student
talent into its publication "The Prospect"
Lejt to right: Bonnie Tash, Cheryl Davis, Susan Mostellar, editor; Bobbie Hoppe; Mr. Brock, Mr. Dennis, advisors.
The latest news of interest is brought
John Nevin: EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
Valera Bagwell: EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
Richard Binkney: MANAGING EDITOR
Mr. Philip Palmer: ADVISOR
to the students through the efforts of
Ronald Binkney: NEWS EDITOR
John Sims: BUSINESS MANAGER
Bonnie Tash: COPY EDITOR
Ed Gerson: PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR
The PETREL staff strives toward national rating
PHOTOGRAPHERS: left to right: Joe Fitzhugh, Wayne Stephens. Les Deadwyler, Eric
Bray, Ed Gerson. Not pictured: Fred Welker.
Kirby Timmons: FEATURES
Rusty Cutler: SPORTS
FEATURES STAFF: Left to right: Richard Barron, Arnie Rosenburg, Tom Reilly,
Kirby Timmons, Wayne Stephens.
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SPORTS STAFF: Aubrey Whitaker, Rusty Cutler.
The YAMACRAW represents the moods of
First row, left to right: Nancy Charnley, Judy Pontura, Connie Hamell, Executive secretary; Lila Bennett, Molly Moseley; Middle row, left
to right: Cheiyl Baker, Linda King, Marie Anderson, Pat Gaines, Evelyn Bohler; Top row, left to right: Robert Crowe, Gil Watson, Warren
Mr. Lofton— AD^^SOR
Sandv Abbott— EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
our college in study, work, and play
Warren Adams, BUSINESS MANAGER
Marie Anderson, ACTIVITIES EDITOR
Susan Goodchild, ORGANIZATIONS EDITOR
Theresa Tarrant, FACULTY EDITOR
Judy Ponturo, PHOTOGRAPHY COORDINATOR
Cheryl Baker, FACULTY CO-EDITUK
Fred Ackley PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR
Kenny Smith, HONORS EDITOR
Gil Watson— SPORTS EDITOR
Lila Bennett— CLASSES EDITOR
Fred Welker— PHOTOGRAPHER
Jimmy Fitts— PHOTOGRAPHER
Robert Crowe— PHOTOGRAPHER
Slight not what's near through aiming at what's far.
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Nominations for this award are made by each
campus Organization; selection is completed by the
YAMACRAW executive staff. The awards are made
on the basis of spirit, participation, academic
achievement and fulfillment of the ideals of an Ogle-
BERYL FOLSOM ARROYO
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The honor of being listed in the publication,
WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND
UNIVERSITIES is awarded by the faculty on the
basis of merit and accomplishment. It is the highest
distinction that can be attained by an undergraduate
Stormy Petrel Awards
Stanley M. Daugert Award
BONNIE LYNN TASK
James Edward Oglethorpe Award
The "Oglethorpe Cups" are pre-
sented annually to the man and
woman in the graduating class who
have been leaders in scholarship and
sei-vice at Oglethorpe.
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Faculty Scholarship Award
Faculty Scholarship Award is made an-
nually to the male student with the highest
scholastic average in his junior and senior
RENIE BLASS ^^TINSTEIX
Sally Hull Weltner Award
Sally Hull Weltner Award is presented by
the Oglethorpe College Woman's Club to the
woman student with the highest scholastic
record in her junior and senior years.
Donald C. Agnew Award
The Donald C. Agnew Award is presented
by the Student Council to a member of the
Faculty or Administration whom they feel
has contributed most to Oglethorpe during
that year. Dr. A. C. Cressy receives this honor
for his distinguished service to Oglethorpe.
DR. A. C. CRESSY
Fine Arts Awards
Lejt to right: Paula Citek — Honorable Mention, Short Story; Gwyn Cannon — First place, Vocal; Diana
McClurkin — First place, Short Story; Stuart Levenson — piano; Beryl Arroyo — First place, Poetry; Frank
Spearman — Honorable Mention, poetry; Dayle Janss — piano; Not pictured: Mike Peace — Honorable Mention,
Short Story; Alan Tamuci, Tony Roman — Vocal.
The Brinker Award is given each
year to the student having the highest
achievement in the philosophy and
The Charles M. MacConnell Memorial Award
is presented by the Sophomore class to the senior
who has participated in many phases of campus
life without having received full recognition.
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 through par-
ticipation and assistance in the overall athletic
program. The recipient of the award must have
the ability to face failure as well as success and
must be a gracious winner as well as a gracious
This award is given to the outstanding grad-
uating senior in the field of science on the basis
of his contribution to the College and the Science
WILLIAM BRUCE MITCHELL, JR.
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Ben Parker Law Award
This award is given to the student who exhibits
the most promise in the field of Law.
Award of Merit
In recognition of outstanding
achievement in the promotion of In-
ternational Understanding at Ogle-
ROBERT E. RUFFNER
Awards of Excellence
For the advancement of Interna-
tional Peace through understanding
on the Oglethorpe campus.
KATHARINE B. McNEIL
WILLIAM E. REDDICKS III
Best Supporting Actress
Best Supporting Actor
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Duchess Club Award
The Duchess Club Award is
awarded to the freshman girl who best
exemplifies the ideal of an Ogle-
thorpe student in scholarship and
Boar's Head Award
The Boar's Head Fraternity pre-
sents this award to the freshman boy
who they feel desei-ves recognition for
his scholastic achievements and for
his participation in other activities.
The Xingu award is presented, by
the Xingu Honorary Society to the
freshman they feel has shown out-
standing ability in the field of Eng-
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Our greatest glory consists not in never failing, but in rising every
time we fall.
THE 1965 SOCCER TEAM
With skill, teamwork and what seemed like end-
less practice the Oglethorpe Soccer team proved
this year to be both well organized and dedicated.
Team members include
John Gwilliam, Roger Gobel,
Tom O'Conner, Carlos Car-
mona, Al Napoli, Tony Dil-
lon, Charles Sanders, Tim
Marx, Bob Ruffner, John
Hill, James Calvin, John Sims,
Joe Strenk, Don Womack,
Dan Larter, Pete Outhwaite,
and Pete Butler. Fred Welker
was their manager, and the
coach was Billy Carter.
Petrels on Defense!
The First Aid Kit Sees Action in This Game.
The Goalie Punts It Out.
Tommy O'Conner steals the ball.
Good Footwork and Fast Action on the Soccer Field
The opposing player gets the worst end of this.
What happened to the ball?
Coach Carter doesn't quite agree.
Deals quarterback Jerry Brown gets away a Touchdown pass.
Intramurals at Oglethorpe
in 65-66 were quite different from years
past in the participation involved. In
football there were eleven teams and in
basketball ten. Softball probably will
field as many.
In football, the sophomore Raiders
went undefeated to win the championship
and in basketball the Tigers captured the
crown. In tennis intramurals Byron Wal-
beck won class A, and Dave Bonham
The Intramural Council, under the
leadership of Coach John Guthrie re-
sponded well to the demands of an in-
creased student body, and introduced a
much improved intramural program.
Members of the Council were: Seniors —
Jeff Hayden and Joe Strenk; Juniors —
Larry Shattles and Robert Richards;
Sophomores — Aubrey Whitaker and Lar-
ry Freeman; Freshmen — Rusty Jones
and Pete Butler.
Consisted of First roiv—A\ Lunceford, Tim Marx, Eric Bray, Jim Pollock, Aubrey Whitaker, John Mc-
Second row— Larry Shattles, Charles Owens, John Dobbs, Larry Freeman, Marty Marcus, Jim Calvin.
Third roiv— Jerry Brown, Joe Strenk, Rusty Jones, Bill Weber, Bob Ruffner.
Not shoivn— Stan Hames, Jeff Hayden, Bob Jones, Charlie Sanders, Bill Green, John Gwilliam and Roger
With a 6-0 season include, Kneeling— ]ohn McCook, Bob Furman, Gil Watson, Aubrey Whitaker
Standing— Dick Davis, Larry Freeman, Charlie Owens, Bob Ruffner
Not shown — Howell Gower.
In the Football All Star game the
East topped the West 33-30.
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Jones and Thomas battle the boards in the Basketball East. West all star game.
The west wins Basketball same in overtime with 67-62.
The Petrels in '65-'66 raced to a tremendous 22-6 record in a season that was supposed to be one of rebuilding.
This year saw Garland Pinholster's crew streak to 15 consecutive wins at the start of the season, jump as high as
third in the nation in the UPI poll, and cap the season by being invited to the NCAA tournament at Durham, North
Carolina. There the Petrels were nipped by Kentucky Wesleyan in the Regional Finals, a team that went on to beat
Southern Illinois in the National Finals. Two of the Petrel losses were accounted to- these two teams, and yet another
dropped game was attributed to Georgia Southern, runners up hi the NAIA tournament. Highlights of the season
were: Doug Alexander being named to the first All Georgia College Team, Jerry Sams setting a new Petrel rebound
record of 25 in one game, and Walker Heard making the NCAA All Regional team at Durham.
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Northwestern (La.) 61 Oglethorpe ....132
Georgia St 48 Oglethorpe 56
Belmont Abbey 51 Oglethorpe .... 66
Shorter 52 Oglethorpe 60
Oglethorpe .... 97
Pfeiffer 65 Oglethorpe 80
Belmont College 44 Oglethorpe 108
Macalester (Minn.) 41 Oglethorpe 89
Hanover (Ind.) 51 Oglethorpe .... 62
Greenville (111.) 51 Oglethorpe 66
Georgia Southern 67 Oglethorpe .... 79
Chattanooga 71 Oglethorpe 69
Spring Hill (Ala.) 92 Oglethorpe .... 41
Wilmington (N. C.) 67 Oglethorpe 66
Valdosta State 82
Southern Illinois 70
Southwestern (Tenn.) 70
Georgia Southern 94
Valdosta State 72
Georgia State 45
Asheville Biltmore 55
Winston Salem State 66
Kentucky Wesleyan 48
All state guard Doug Alexander adds two more.
Give it to one of the guards. Walker!
Sound advice for Freshman
Captain Bill Garrigan directing the wheel.
Jerry Sams sets rebound mark against Memphis South-
Oops, watch your step, Roger!
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Alexander looks to the corner.
Time out for Strategy.
The Freshmen give their all.
Petrels on defense.
Lo( 1,.- like the ref gets this one.
Who wants this one?
Put it in, Jerry!
Garrigan passes the ball as the Petrels
go on to a 108-42 victory' over Pied-
Up and In for two more Petrel points.
Let me in there. Coach!
SENIOR— Walker Heard
SENIOR— Wayne Johnson
SENIOR— James Dominey
SOPHOMORE— Roger Littell
SOPHOMORE— Jerry Saras
SOPHOMORE— Doug Alexander
SENIOR— Cflp«n»i— Bill Garrigan
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The Ofilethorpe Coaching Staff, Coach Bill Carter. Coach John Guthrie. Coach Garland
Pinholster, and honorary' coach. Coach Friday.
It's up there somewhere.
With a dedicated effort and ceaseless energy this yeal-'s cheerleaders with the aid
of Bob Johnson and John Sims sought to instill within the student body a sense of
duty and school spirit.
CO CAPTAIN— Barbara Beggs
CAPTAIN— Pokey Therrell
Cheering along side the Varsity Cheerleaders were the B Team. Through their de-
termination and willing ability they served as spirited example while cheering for
the "Baby Petrels."
CO ' APTAIN Kay Alibrandi
Baby Petrels in Action!
CO. CAPTALN Helen Schiffman
Coaches John Guthrie and Garland Pinholster view a
practice with anxious eyes.
The Tennis Team
After a barren year of tennis a year ago the Oglethorpe tennis season in 1966
will be a hopeful one, since scholarships were available for the first time in this
sport. Coach John Guthrie assisted by Coach Garland Pinholster have started early
conditioning the team and it looks as if a fine tennis season is in the making.
Gary Renolds, Bogey Stoner, Howell Gower, Larry Freeman, Larry Shatlles, Roger Gobel, Bobby Campbell, Second row: Jerry Brown, Earl
Blair, Bruce Richardson, Randy Gurley, Doug Cole, Jimmy Hoggarth, Dick Davis, Coach Carter
Baseball at Oglethorpe in 1966 promises a young team, primarily freshmen and
sophomores. This team will be of high calibre, however, for this year as never be-
fore, Oglethorpe has been fortunate to acquire top-notch players via grant-in-aid
scholarships. Under the tutelage of Coach Bill Carter, the Petrels, should be able to
improve upon their 9-11 mark of a year ago.
Coach Bill Carter
Our team in action.
The Girls Rifle Team
Under the superb leadership of Sewell P.
(Chief) Edwards both this year's Girls' Ri£e Team
and Boys' Pistol Team built up a fine record for
themselves. The girls brought special honors to
themselves and Oglethorpe by being featured in the
Atlanta Journal Magazine in January.
The Boys Pistol Team
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The Wise man desires to be forgotten, but he is remembered. He
desires to be free of life, but he retains it. He desires nothing for him-
self, but he finds everything he wants.
THE WAY OF VIRTUE
FACULTY and ADMINISTRATION
The President . .
Greetings lo all Oglethorpians !
You have asked me to speak o! the future.
Boss Kettering said wisely, "We are interested in the future because that
is where wc will spend the rest of our lives."
Note, though, that the only reality of "future" ia that instant we call NOW.
"For yesterday is but a Dream
And tomorrow only a Vision.
But today well lived makes
Every yesterday a Dream of Happiness,
And every tomorrow a Vision of Hope.
Look well therefore to this day!"
Conceding the importance of "now"; faith, hope and promise are mankind's
most potent sources of confidence. Confidence literally means "with faith".
In support of faith, PROMISE may be of moat importance. Jane says lo
John, "We will marry next spring;" Dad says to son, *'You will have a
bicycle come your birthday;" "We graduate in June!" And so forth.
What of Oglethorpe's promise?
As this is published, construction is underway on new student housing and
a student union, with other buildings to follow in our Master Plan.
Oglethorpe's most exciting promise and vigorous challenge is to keep faith
with our past and continue in the accomplishment of Oglethorpe's goal to
prepare students to earn a living, to live a rich life, and to contribute to
the happiness and progress of their fellows.
We live in a great day — a day of good living and a day of helpful promise
for Oglethorpe College. It is a pleasure to be with you.
PAUL R. BEALL
DR. PAUL R. BEALL
President, Oglethorpe College
Administration . . .
Backbone of a Stable Institution
DR. CHEEVER CRESSY
Dean of the College
JAMES E. FINDLAY
Vice President for Business Affairs
-MARJORIE M. MacCOXNELL
Administration . . .
KATHLEEN H. ALBRIGHT, Receptionist
GLENDA J. BALOWSKY, Assistant Registrar
JOAN F. BARTON, Assistant Registrar
CHARLES H. CASH, Director of Public
THOMAS W. CHANDLER, Librarian
JUNE H. CONLEY, Cashier
JEANNE B. CRESSY, Secretary to the
JLMMY D. BASS, Admi-ions Counselor
ROBERT L DOYAL, Assistant Registrar
SEWELL P. EDWARDS. Campus Security
Asset in Smooth
GARLAND F. PINHOLsTER. Lurtctor of Development
JOHN R. GUTHRIE, Assistant Coach
BETTY J. HUDDLESTOxX. Secretar)' to the
DOROTHY G. RICHARDSON, Assistant Librarian
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MARTHA V. SMITH. Secretary to the Vice Pre
RUTH F. LOVELL, M<;r. Bookstore and
ROBERT J. MOHAN. Director of Admis
MRS. BELL and .MRS. WATERS. Cafeteria Management
The Humanities . . .
WENDELL H. BROWN, Professor of Humanities A.B., Uni-
versity of Pudget Sound A.M. Columbia University
ARTHUR BIELER, Professor of Modern Languages A.B., New
York Univ.; A.M., Middlebury College; Docteur de I'Universite,
The Division of Humanities encompasses many
fields of study with the twin aim of helping the
student to make a life for himself as well as to
make a living. In an effort to develop a cultural
sense within the student, courses are offered in the
fields of art, English, foreign languages, literature,
music, and philosophy.
FRANCES F. BROCK, Instructor in English A.B., Georgia
State; M.A. Emory
VANDALL K. BROCK, Assistant Professor of English A.B.,
Emory; A.M., M.F.A., State Univ. of Iowa
Forging a Strong
Academic Knowhow and
LUCILLE Q. AGNEW, Assistant Professor of English A.B, Far-
man University; A.M., Duke University
ELAINE G. DANCEY, Assistant Professor of English A.B., ^L.\,
University of South Carolina
JOHN T. DENMS, Visiting Lecturer in English A.B.. Stetson Uni-
HARRY M. DOBSON. Assistant Professor of Music Institute
of Musical Arts, N.Y., Study in Berlin, Fontainbleau, and
RAYMONDE HILLEY, Instructor in French Diplomee de
FEcole Libre de Science Politique, Universite de Paris
A core program in humanities is felt to be es-
sential by the Oglethorpe Faculty as a basis for
preparing the student for future activities in the
business and cultural world. Courses are required
in Philosophy and Humanities, as well as in Eng-
lish and Foreign Language.
MOHAMED KIAN, Assistant Professor of Psychology B.S.,
M.S,. Utah State University
The Difference in Proficiency and Culture
ROBERT W. LOFTIN, Assistant Professor of Philosophy A.B.,
Oglethorpe University; A!M., Florida State University
INGE MANSKI LUNDEEX, Instructor in Voice Indiana Uni-
versity; Curtis Institute; Metropolitan Opera Company
THEODORE R. McCLURE, JR., Instructor in English A.B.,
Marshall College; A.M., George Peabody College
IGXACIO MERINO-PEREZ, Instructor in Spanish B^. &
.\.M.. Institute No. 1 de la Habana; PhX.D., Universidad de la
KEN NISHIMURA, Instructor in Philosophy A.B., Pasadena Col-
lege; P.D., Asbury Theological Seminary
M. de NORONHA SHAFRON, Instructor in Art A.B., Hunter Col-
lege; Art Students League, N.Y.
Humanities . . .
ELIZABETH Z. STURROCK, Visiting Lecturer in German
B.S. in Ed., A.M., Kent State University
WILLIAM A. STROZIER, \ siting Lecturer in French A.B., Emory
IFniversity; A.M., University of Chicago
MARTIN ABBOTT, Professor of History A.B., Presbyterian
College; A.M., Ph.D., Emory University
Social Studies . . .
An Extension of
to Practical Applications.
AJIT N. BHAGAT, Assistant Professor of Economics BA.,
Gujarat University, MA., Ph.D., Universit}- of Bombay
LEO BILANCIO, .Associate Professor of History A^, Knox
College; A.M., University of North Carolina
CHEEVER CRESSY, Professor of International Relations A.B.,
Tufts University; A.M., Ph.D., Fletcher School of Law and Diplom-
H. RANDALL DOSHER, Assistant Professor of History A.B., A.M.,
University of North Carolina
The Division of Social Studies has as its aim the
education of the student in his role as an individu
al and in his duties as a member of a free society
Through study in the fields of Business Admini-
stration, Economics. History, and Political Studies
the student is informed of the workings of com
merce, industry, law, and government.
WILLIAM A. EGERT!_ :■;, I'n.f.-ssor of Business Administration
JACK BRIEN KEY, Assistant Professor of History B.A., Birming-
ham Southern College; M.A., Vanderbilt; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins
JAMES R. MILES, Professor of Business Administration A.B., B.S.,
University of Alabama, M.B.A. Ohio State University
PHILIP F. PALMER, Associate Professor of Go-.ernmeiit A.B,
A.M., University of New Hampshire
GRADY L. RANDOLPH, Instructor in History B.S. in Ed., Auburn
University; L.L.B., Woodrow Wilson College of Law; A.M., Uni-
versity of Chicago
HAROLD M. SHAFRON. Associate Professor of Ecoi
A.M., Universitv of Alabama
ROY N. GOSLIN, Professor of Physics and Mathematics A.B.,
Nebraska Wesleyan University, A.M., University of Wyoming
Science . . .
Classification of Facts
Applied to the
No education would be complete without at least
a survey knowledge of the developments in our
modern scientifically oriented society. The Division
of Science offers this survey knowledge to the stu-
dent of humanities through its course in Principles
of Science. At the same time detailed study is of-
fered to the scientifically oriented student in the
fields of Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, and
SANDRA T. BOWDIN, Associate Professor of Biology B.S., Georgia
Southern, M.A., University of North Carolina
CONSTANTINE CAPPAS, Associate Professor of Chemistry A.B.,
Berea College; Ph.D., University of Florida
MARVIN R. HAWES, Instructor in Biology A.B., Milligan College;
M.S., University of Tennessee
Counselling is an important part of the Oglethorpe idea.
Science . . .
New Ideas and
PATRICIA A. HULL. Instructor in Physics and Mathematics A3,
M.S., Auburn University
BERNICE R. MILLIARD, Instructor in Mathematics A.B., M.Ed.,
J. KENNEDY HODGES, Professor of Chemistry A3., 'Vrofford
College; A.M., Duke University-, Ph.D., Universitr of North Carolina
Science . . .
SYBIL B. WELLS, Instructor in Mathematics B.S., Wake Forest
College; M.A.T. Duke University
Laboratory study gives the student first-hand knowledge of practical ap-
GEORGE F. WHEELER, Associate Professor of Physics A.B., Ohio
State University; A.M., California Institute of Technology
LOIS F. WILLIAMSON, Assistuit Professor of Biology A.B., M.Ed.
VERA B. ZALKOW, Associate Professor of Chemistry B.S., Uni-
versity of Michigan; M.A. Smith College; Ph.D., Wayne State Uni-
. Education and
ALVIN S. BARAFF, Assistant Professor of Psychology. B.A., Uni-
versity of Maryland; M.S. University of Miami; Ph.D. University of
Athletics add to the total education.
BILLY W. CARTER, Director of Physical Education A.B. Ogle-
thorpe University; A.M. George Peabodv College for Teachers.
ELGLN F. MacCONNELL, Assistant Professor of Education. A.B.
.411e£henv College; A.M.. New York Universitr.
PETER N. MAYFIELD, Instructor in Psychology A.B., Emory Uni-
University; A.M., Duke University; Pli.D., University of North
Sciences . . .
LORELLA A. McKINNEY, Associate Professor of Education B.S.,
Ohio Northern University; M.A., Ph.D., Ohio State University
GEORGIA O. MOORE, Instructor in Business B.B.A., M.B.A.,
Georgia State College
The Division of Education and Behavioral Sci-
ences offers a broad curriculum to those who are
planning to spend their future working with people.
Through an active program of intramural and in-
tercollegiate athletics, through preparation for both
elementary and secondary education, and through
training in sociology and psychology, this division
extends its services to the student as well as to the
GARLAND F. PINHOLSTER. Head Coach B.S.. North
Georgia College; M.A.. George Peabodv College for Teachers
EDITHGENE B. SPARKS. Assistant Professor of Education
B.S. in Ed.. Oglethorpe University; M.Ed., Emory University
The direction in which education starts a man will determine his
PRESIDENT— Bill Garrigan
Seniors . . .
VICE-PRESIDENT— Walker Heard
SECRETARY— Carole Moore
PARLIAMENTARIAN— Jerry Meaders
Bill Garrigan, President; Carole Moore, Secretary; Robert Currey, Treasurer;
Walker Heard, Vice President
Search for the Future
John L. Cason
William R. Cason
Len H. Christie
Anita G. Cole
Faye Ellen Cooper
W. Kirk Douglass
Gerald P. Dunlap
Sandra C. Ellis
Adrian S. Elson
James R. Essam
Kathy P. Faircloth
G. William Greer
Bobbye G. Hoppe
Lesli J. Israils
Harriet C. Jones
Elaine T. Law
Philip W. Leftwich
Sara Ann Long
Haynes C. McFadden
Mina L. Meines
Carole E. Moore
Peter L. Outhwaite
Verner A. Owens
Sandra K. Palay
Sandra D. Rich
Ilene L. Roos
John R. Segner
John R. Singletary
Lynda E. Speakman
Juniors . .
PRESIDENT— Robert Richards
VICE-PRESIDENT— Pokey Therrell
TREASURER— Sandy Abbott
SECRETARY— Tina Yarn
PARLIAMENTARIAN— Mary O'Neal
Join the upper ranks
Lila M. Bennett
SECRETARY— Katliy Hess
TREASURER— Dee Denton
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Mary Lee Brunt
SECRETARY— Janice Ely
TREASURER— Helen Schiffman
PARLIAMENTARIAN- Gretchon von Mueller
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Now you have left Oglethorpe College bearing a diploma sought by many, but received by a few. The
memory of the campus may wane, but the warm, friendly spirit found here will remain with you always.
We hope you will return for frequent visits to rekindle this school spirit, to keep touch with your class-
fnates. . L • LI X
As an Oglethorpe graduate you have received the finest undergraduate education obtainable— for a
purpose. You have an obligation to yourself and to society to apply your attained skills, understanding and
ethical values to improve the lot of mankind.
You are not alone in this task. More than five thousand alumni who have preceded you share this re-
sponsibility for bettering the social process. They make themselves available to you if you should need them.
We congratulate you for your academic achievement and welcome you to the swelling ranks of the
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We hope you will
always be an
My Sincere Congratulations
are Extended to the
Graduating Class of 1966
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Class of 1966
THE FRESHMAN CLASS
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Representative— MOLLIS BRITT
CLASS OF '67
3653 WOODS DRIVE
WARREN Q. ADAMS
Bridgeton, New Jersey
Transfer, New York State University
Chorus, 1: Honor Committee, 2; "0"
Book Editor, 2; Yamacraw, Business Man-
ager, 4; Who's Who, 4, Lord and Lady
JAMES STEPHEN ANDERSON
Intramurals, 2, 3, 4; Young Democrats, 3,
4, Chairman of Program Committee, 3;
Class Parliamentarian, 3.
WILLIAM LOVIC AVRETT HI
New Canaan. Connecticut
JOE CLINTON BENTLEY
Summer Honor Court; Boar's Head, 3, 4,
Vice-president, 4; Who's Who.
CARL HOWARD BERGMAN
Transfer, University of Georgia
Petrel staff, 2, 3, 4; Chairman Young Citi-
zens for Johnson, 3; Young Democrats,
President, 3; Chairman Student Body Con-
stitution Revision Committee, 3; Boar's
Head, 4; Vice-President, Young Demo-
cratic Clubs of Georgia, 4; Who's Who.
ALICE ANN BILLINGSLEY
Transfer, Wesleyan College, Macon, Geor-
JERRY WAYNE BROWN
Transfer, Rollins College
Ben Parker Law Award, 3; Varsity Base-
ball, 3, 4; Boar's Head, 4.
ROBERT TILLMAN BURGE
Humanics, 3, 4; B.S.U., 3.
FRANKLIN L. BURKE
Transfer, University of Virginia
WALTER E. BURTON
ANN G. BUTLER
Most Outstanding Freshman Girl, 1; Cho-
rus, 1-4; Humanics, 2, 3, Second vice-
president, 3. Duchess Club 3, 4, Secretary,
4; Honor Court, 3; Who's Who, Interac-
tivity Committee, 4.
JOHN L. CASON, JR.
Honor Court, 1; President Sophomore
class, 2; Honor Committee, 3; President
Alpha Phi Omega, 3; LeConte, 4.
WILLIAM RUTHERFORD CASON
Alpha Phi Omega 1, 2; Players 1, 2;
Stormy Petrel staff, 3, 4, sports staff, 4.
WILLIAM A. CAVEN
Soccer, 1, 2; Alpha Phi Omega 1, 2; New-
man Club \. 2; Intramurals, 4.
ANITA G. COLE
FAYE ELLEN COOPER
Transfer, University of Florida
Delta Phi Epsilon.
ROBERT B. CURRY
Lookout Mountain, Tennessee
Treasurer Senior class, 4.
RONALD B. DARRACOTT
CARL EDWIN DINERMAN
Chemistry Honors, 1; Tennis team, 2; Le-
Conte, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3, President, 4;
Boar's Head, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, 4;
Transfer, Norman Park Jr. College (Ga.)
& Florida State
WALLACE KIRK DOUGLASS
Transfer Emory University
Swimming team, 1 ; Soccer 1, 2.
GERALD P. DUNLAP
Transfer, Emory University
ADRIAN SUE ELSON
Transfer, North Georgia College
Social Committee 3, 4, Chairman, 4.
KATHLEEN PITTS FAIRCLOTH
Transfer, University of Kentucky
WILLIAM P. FINDLAY
Honor Court 1, 2; Stormy Petrel staff 1-4,
Liberal Arts Editor 3, Features Editor, 4;
Players 1-4, Secretary, 3; Modern Dance
Club, 1; Literary magazine, 1, 2; Poetry
Award, 3. Canterbury Club, 3; Young
Democrats 3, 4; Fine Arts Committee, 3,
4; Thalians, 3; Prospect, 3, 4; Parliamen-
tarian Student Council, 4; Sigma Tau Del-
ta, 3, 4, Chairman, 4; Who's Who.
WILLIAM JOSEPH GARRIGAN
Basketball, 1-4, Co-Captain 3, Captain, 4;
Baseball, 1, 2; Rat Court, 2; Honor Court
1, 2; Boar's Head 3, 4; Young Democrats,
3; President Senior Class, 4; Le Conte 3,
4, Vice-president, 4; Lord and Lady Court.
SUSAN JANE GOODCHILD
Yamacraw staff 1-4, Faculty Editor 2, Or-
ganizations Editor 3, 4; Stormy Petrel
staff 1, 2; A.F.F., 1; Rat Court, 2; Stu-
dent Union 2-4, Chairman 4; Dorm Coun-
cil 2, 4, President, 4; Social Committee
2-4; Interactivity Committee 4; Fine Arts
GEORGE WILLIAM GREER
Intramurals, 2-4; B.S.U. 2-4; Alpha Phi
Omega, 3 ; Boar's Head, 3, 4.
JEFFREY L. HAYDEN
Soccer 1-3; Tennis team, 2; Pistol team
3; Yamacraw staff 1, 2; Chemistry award
1; Intramural Council 1-4, Director 4;
LeConte 2-4; Boar's Head 4; Who's Who.
Basketball 1-4; Vice-president senior class.
Lord and Lady Court.
Transfer, Emory University
Chi Omega; Xingu, 4.
FRANK MONROE HUGHES, JR.
College Park, Georgia
Transfer, Georgia Tech
Business staff of Yamacraw, 2; Circle K,
2, 3; Policy Committee, Young Demo-
crats, 3, 4; Players 3, 4, Stage Manager 3;
Pistol Team 3, 4; Vice-president Junior
class, 3; Joint Coimnittee, 3; President
Student Body, 4; Who's Who, Lord Ogle-
NORMAN ROLFE HURD, JR.
Transfer, University of Florida
Delta Phi Epsilon
LLOYD WAYNE JOHNSON
East Point, Georgia
Transfer, Young Harris Junior College
Basketball, 14, Captain 2; Baseball 3, 4;
Lord and Lady Court.
Duchess Club, 3, 4; Secretary 4.
Gun Club 1-4, Sec.-Treas., 4; Secretary 3;
Rifle team 1-4; Treasurer Sophomore
ELAINE TRAER LAW
Transfer, Emory University
Student Government Secretary 3, 4; Young
Democrats; Barnard Exchange Program,
3; Gun Club; Duchess Club; Sports Car
Club, Secretary, Lord and Lady Court.
PHILIP WAYNE LEFTWICH
Transfer, Florida Presbyterian
Alpha Phi Omega. 2: Players. 2-4. Presi-
dent 3; Young Conservatives 2, 3; Inter-
activity Council 3; Fine Arts Planning
Committee 3, 4, Student President, 4;
Xingu, 4; Boar's Head. 4: Thalian Society.
NANCY RIDDLE MARTIN
Transfer, Brenau College, Gainesville,
BENJAMIN DEAN MATHEWS
Fort Valley. Georgia
Transfer, University of the South
Beta Theta Pi; Players 2-4 Best Actor 2,
3, Best supporting actor, 4; Stormy Petrel
staff 2, 3; Xingu 2-4; Interactivity CouncU
3; Literary magazine 3, 4, Editor, 3; poet-
ry editor 4; Sidney Lanier Poetry award,
3, 4; Young Democrats 3, 4;
Transfer, Southern Tech
LR.E.; I.E.E.E.; Epsilon Pi Chi; U Contc
DIANA CLARE McCXUPJCIN
Transfer, University of Georgia
Zeta Tau Alpha; Xingu 2-i, President, 3;
Stormy Petrel staff 2, 3; Interactivity
council 2: Young Democrats 3, 4, vice-
president 3; Players 3, 4, Business Man-
ager, I: Literary Ma;;azine. 3. 4. .\sst edi-
tor 3, Editor 4; UTio's Who.
HAYNES CARTER McFADDEN
Transfer University of .\orth Carolina,
Canterbury Club L 2; DaUy Tar Heel 14;
Student Party, 1, 2, Treasurer & vice-
chairman, 2; Fencing Club 1, 2, president,
4; Players, 4; Honor Court, 4.
KATHERINE BEVERLY McNEIL
Coral Gables. Florida
Modem Dance, 1; Junior class treasurer,
3; Barnard Exchange program, 3; Crisis
Forum Co-Chairman, 3; Student body
Vice-president, 4; Homecoming Court, 4;
Chairman Interacti\"it\- Committee, 4;
Chairman Crisis Forum, 4; ThaUan Socie-
ty, Secretary, 4; People to People, 4;
Stormy Petrel staff, 4: Fine Arts Commit-
tee, 4; Who's Who: Lord and Ladv Cdurt-
JERRY FR-\.\K ME.\DERS
Transfer, Central Wesleyan College
Chemistry Club. 1 : Drama Qui, 2 : Intra-
mural Athletic Society 1, 2; Science Club,
1, 2: Alpha Phi Omega 3, 4: Social Com-
mittee, 4: Science Club, 4; Parliamentari-
an Senior Class. 4.
Transfer, McCoy College, Baltimore
Oglethorpe Players. Director, 4,
CAROL ELAINE MOORE
Lithia Springs. Georsia
Chorus. 1-3: Players, 2-4, Vice-preadent
3, President, 4; Best Supporting actress,
3; Humanics, 2, 3, social chairman 3;
Stormy Petrel staff 2, 3, Cartoonist 3;
Secretary- Jimior class 3: High Priestess
of Rat Court 4: Secretary Senior Qass,
4; Arts Festival Student Committee, 4;
Interactivity Com mi ttee, 4; Who's Who,
Lord and Ladv Court.
IR_\ JOHN MORRIS
JOHN I. NEVIN
Transfer, University of South Florida
Skindiving club, 1; Stormy Petrel staff
2-4, Managing Editor 3, Editor, 4; Inter-
activity Committee 3, 4.
Ft. Lauderdale. Florida
Honor Court. 1, 2; Homecoming Court 1,
4; B-team Cheerleader 1; Varsity cheer-
leader 2-4; Chemistry Award 1; LeConte
2, 4; Sweetheart Alpha Phi Omega, 4;
Lady Oglethorpe, 4.
PETER LUPHER OTHWAITE
Soccer, 1-4; Alpha Phi Omega 1; Honor
Committee, 4. , ,
SANDRA KINGLOFF PALAY
Transfer, Vanderbuilt University
IDA JANE PATE
Transfer, Truitt McConnell
YAHYA KEMAL PAMIR
Soccer, 1, 2; Thalian Society 3, 4, Presi-
dent 3, 4; International Club, President,
4; People to People, 4.
Transfer Georgia Military College
Gun Club, 3. 4; Security Officer, Campus
Police, 3, 4; Players, Stage Manager 4;
President Alpha Phi Omega, 4; Social
People to People, 4, Vice President.
SANDRA DANNEMAN RICH
Transfer, Stratford Junior College, Dan-
Lord and Lady Court, 4.
MARILYN JEAN ROBERTS
Honor Court 3, 4, Chairman, 4.
DIANE LOUISE SHEPARD
ALICE CAROL SIMS
Transfer, Florida State University
Transfer, University of Alabama
Thalian Society, 3, 4; Duchess Club, Par-
JOHN R. SINGLETARY
Atlanta, Georgia ^
B.A. •■' ''^^
Transfer, University of Georgia
CRAIG SMITH - , ,
Humanics, 1-3; Alpha Phi Omega, 1-4;
Stormy Petrel Staff, Business Manager, 3;
Treasurer student government, 4.
Sophomore class, 2 ; Inauguration Commi
LYNDA RICHARDSON SPEAKMAN
Transfer, University of Florida
JOSEPH JOHN STRENK, JR.
Haledon, New Jersey
Newman Club, 1, 2; Alpha Phi Omega
1-4, V-Pres., 3; Interactivity Committe
1, 3; Intramurals, 1-4, Council, 3, Direc
tor, 4; Rat Court, 2; Soccer, 3, 4; Ra
Court High Priest, 4; Dorm Proctor 4
Football All-Stars, 3, 4, Captain, 3.
LOIS A. STIPICK
THERESA MARGURITE TARRANT
Chorus, 1; Yamacraw staff, 1-4, Faculty
Editor 3, 4; Rat Court, 2; Secretary
Sophomore class, 2; B-team cheerleader
2, 3, Captain 3; Social Committee, 2-3
executive, 3; LeConte, 2-4, Secretary, 3;
Petrel Staff, 2, 3; Duchess Club 3, 4
President, 4; Student Union, 4; Who's
Transfer, University of Wisconsin
RENIE BLASS WEINSTEIN
Transfer, Syracuse University
LYNN LITRELL WHITE
WILLIAM ELIJAH REDDICK HI
Transfer, University of Tennessee
ELIZABETH KENNEDY SMITH
Yamacraw staff 1-3, Honors Editor, 3;
Social Committee, 1; Parliamentarian
JOYCE ARNOLD WYCKOFF
Transfer, Florida Southern College
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