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Out of the shadows of the past, dawns a new beginning . . 



Foreword: 

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 

recognized. 

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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1966 
YAMACRAW 

OGLETHORPE COLLEGE 

Atlanta, Georgia 



In the years to come we 
will look back, and these are 
the things we will remember of 
the "new" Oglethorpe . . . 




The Tradition 




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, 
teacher, friend. 




. . . The Dedication . . 





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The Concentration . 



study . . . involve- 
ment . . . play . . . 
introspection . . . lei- 
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research . . . 





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The Campus 






by moonlight . . . the clock 
tower . . . the first snow . . . 
stadium gates ... a rainy park- 
ing lot . . . Great Hall . . . 
carillon . . . 







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Square round and let us closer be, we'll warm our wintry spirit. 
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ACTIVITIES 



Activity Is College Life 




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. . . dance . . . 



get acquainted . . . 



Capping 



Ceremony 




Seniors march in the auditorium to receive their caps. 





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Mr. Goodwin sives the address. 



What a difference a cap makes! 



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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. 



Bob Johnson 



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Court 




HIGH PRIEST 

Joe Strenk 





Kathy Hess 



Bob Furman 




Jan Vaughan 







Gil Watson 



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. 



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Rat Week Begins 



. . . first assembly in the auditorium . . . rebel- 
lious rats . . . subdued by assignment night 
. . . harassed for impudence . . . ostracized 
for indifference. 






and Ends . . . 



. . . with the Rat Dance . . . the announcement 
of Mr. and Miss Rat . . . Congratulations to 
Bonnie Harsrove and Cve Ruben!!! 



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ike the Hedonist would say ... "wine, women and song". 





For that over-teased look! 




The Jet Set . . . 



Masquerade 



Dr. and Mrs. 




The beauty and the brute! 






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Ball 



Buffalo Beall 




Watch those eve;! 




How would v'all like some fried chicken? 



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THE WINNERS ... Anthony and Cleopatra! 



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Halloween Brings 
Ghost Stories . . . 





An evil spirit looms. 



Pam Grossman 





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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. 



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Freshman Hayride 




The pause that refreshes. 



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I was just telling them about the time I . . 



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. . 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. 



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. . 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 



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Homecoming . . . '66 





Last year's Queen, Mrs. Jane Lee Sexton, escorted by 
President Beall. 



The ceremony begins. 



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. . . Brings 

Excitement, 

Anticipation, 

Surprise 




AS MISS POKEY THERRELL, SPONSORED BY THE JUNIOR CLASS, IS CROWNED QUEEN"! 




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1966 Homecoming Queen 





Miss Pokey Therrell 



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KATE McNeil 

Sponsored by the Stormy Petrel 



DIANNE OTTOWITZ 

Sponsored by Boar's Head 



. . . And Her Court 





DEE DEE DENTON 
Sponsored by Dorm Council 



MARIE ANDERSON 

Sponsored by Inti-amural Council 



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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. 



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during an exciting ballgame 




Lord and 

Lady Ball 
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! 




Court 




Miss Carole Moore 
Mr. Walker Heard 



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Mrs. Sandra Rich 
Mr. Wayne Johnson 



Members 





Miss Kate McNeil 
Mr. Warren Adams 



Mrs. Elaine Law 
Mr. Bill Garrigan 



4! 



LORD OGLETHORPE 



Mr. Frank Hughes 







LADY OGLETHORPE 



Miss Dianne Ottowitz 



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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- 
able abilities. 





The Players presented Miss Meines with her own 
director's chair. 



It must be nice! 

The art of making up . . . 





. . . and taking it off! 



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Cast 

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! 



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Dr. Bradrnan tries to help. 




Elvira is called back from the dead. 
Cast meets audience at the reception. 





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3 One Act Plays 



Fumed Oak 




Suppressed Desires 






12 Pound Look 





Come Blow Your Horn 

Cast 

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 ! 





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I want some explanation! ! 



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Would you believe my elbow is in the as-htray? 




Meanwhile . . . back at the bar . . 





Are you surt 



Freshmer 



The Black 




I think vou'd 



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Really — 1 can hold it myself — 




ou don't know the "Anniversary Waltz?'' 



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Are you sure you don't want to sit this one out? 



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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! 



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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. 

Walter Lippmnn 





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ORGANIZATIO 



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. 



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Linifying body for campus activities 




SECRETARY: Elaine Law 




TREASURER: Craig Smith 




PARUAMENTARIAN: Berjl Folsom 



Is this our Student Council at work? 




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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! 



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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 
campus organizations. 







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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. 



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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. 



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: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 
for ratification. 




Le/t to right: John Cason, Mar>' Neal Crutcher, Tom Reilly, chairman; Valera Bagwell. Floyd Ruhl. 



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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. 




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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 




Caroline Kelly 





Warren Adams 




Sandy Abbott 




Helen Shiffman 



John Sims 



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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! 




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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." 






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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 
Davis. 



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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. 












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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 
Manager. 



Ogee, our mascot, was a joint effort by the Com- 
mittee's members! 



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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. 



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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 
Goodchild, President. 



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enforces girls' rules and regulations 




A leisure moment away from the books! 




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"Sandy, Please don't Jump"' 




What's the Use? 




Like looking for a needle in a haystack! 



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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 
Parker. 




Standing: Carole Moore, Presidenl; Mina Meines, Director; Bob Ham- 
rick, Vice-pres.; Seated: Alan Parker. Stage Manager, Susan Snowden, 
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Mr. Brown, ADVISOR 



The YOUNG DEMOCRATS stimulate political 

interest in college life 







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Left to right: John Sims, Frankie Crim, Richard Binkney, Mr. Palmer — Advisor, Anita Sloan, Nancy Fields, Stuart Levenson, Ed Gerson, 
Pam Grossman, Ronald Binkney 



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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 



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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 



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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 
O'Neal. 



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LeCONTE is an honorary organization for 
outstanding science students 



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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- 
deavors. 



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- 
man. 



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. 



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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. 



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The latest news of interest is brought 



THE 
PETREL 



John Nevin: EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 




Valera Bagwell: EXECUTIVE SECRETARY 




Richard Binkney: MANAGING EDITOR 




Mr. Philip Palmer: ADVISOR 



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to the students through the efforts of 

STORMY 
STAFF 




Ronald Binkney: NEWS EDITOR 



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John Sims: BUSINESS MANAGER 




Bonnie Tash: COPY EDITOR 




Ed Gerson: PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR 



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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 
Adams. 





Mr. Lofton— AD^^SOR 



Sandv Abbott— EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 



our college in study, work, and play 



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Warren Adams, BUSINESS MANAGER 





Marie Anderson, ACTIVITIES EDITOR 




Susan Goodchild, ORGANIZATIONS EDITOR 



Theresa Tarrant, FACULTY EDITOR 




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Judy Ponturo, PHOTOGRAPHY COORDINATOR 



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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 



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Slight not what's near through aiming at what's far. 







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HONORS 




SANDY ABBOTT 



Yamacraw 







WARREN ADAMS 




JOHN CASON 




SUSAN GOODCHILD 



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Awards 




KATE McNEIL 




LARRY SHATTLES 




CAROLE MOORE 



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- 
thorpe education. 




THERESA TARRANT 



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Who's Who 

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American Colleges 

and 

Universities 




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BERYL FOLSOM ARROYO 



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CARL BERGMAN 



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FRANK BURKE 



GWYN CANNON 



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 
at Oglethorpe. 



CARL DINERMAN 





JEFF HAYDEN 



FRANK HUGHES 




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ELAINE LAW 





KATE McNeil 




DIANA McCLURKIN 




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CAROLE MOORE 



THERESA TARRANT 



Stormy Petrel Awards 



Stanley M. Daugert Award 



Staff Award 




BONNIE LYNN TASK 



Editor's Award 




LES DEADWYLER 



Senior Award 




ED GERSON 



Editor's Award 





KARIN STEINHAUS 



WAYNE STEPHENS 



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James Edward Oglethorpe Award 

for Merit 




GWYN CANNON 



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. 



FRANK BURKE 



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Scholarship Awards 




CARL DINERMAN 



Faculty Scholarship Award 

Faculty Scholarship Award is made an- 
nually to the male student with the highest 
scholastic average in his junior and senior 
years. 



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. 




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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 



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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. 



Brinker Award 

The Brinker Award is given each 
year to the student having the highest 
achievement in the philosophy and 
religion courses. 

STEPHEN \^TIITE 



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MacConnell Award 



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. 



CARL BERGMAN 



BILL GARRIGAN 



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 
loser. 




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Leconte Award 



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 
Division. 



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. 



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People-to-People Awards 



Award of Merit 

In recognition of outstanding 
achievement in the promotion of In- 
ternational Understanding at Ogle- 
thorpe College 



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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 



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Player's Award 




Brown Award 

MEINA MEINES 






Best Supporting Actress 

DIANA McCLURKIN 




Best Actor 

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ALAN PARKER 




Best Actress 

BONNIE SHEPARD 




Best Supporting Actor 

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Freshman Awards 



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awarded to the freshman girl who best 
exemplifies the ideal of an Ogle- 
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campus activities. 



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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. 





DANNY BAILEY 



Xingu Award 

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- 
lish. 



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Soccer 




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! 



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The Goalie Punts It Out. 




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Tommy O'Conner steals the ball. 




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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. 



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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 
class B. 

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. 




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Consisted of First roiv—A\ Lunceford, Tim Marx, Eric Bray, Jim Pollock, Aubrey Whitaker, John Mc- 

Cook. 

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 

Gobel. 



Football 
Champs 



Football 
All Stars 




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. 



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In the Football All Star game the 
East topped the West 33-30. 



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Basketball 




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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SCORES 

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 



Piedmont 63 

Valdosta State 82 

Centenary 73 

Southern Illinois 70 

Southwestern (Tenn.) 70 

Georgia Southern 94 

Piedmont 42 

Chattanooga 76 

Valdosta State 72 

Georgia State 45 

Asheville Biltmore 55 

Winston Salem State 66 

Kentucky Wesleyan 48 

Shorter 57 



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Give it to one of the guards. Walker! 




Sound advice for Freshman 



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Captain Bill Garrigan directing the wheel. 






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Time out for Strategy. 




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Petrels on defense. 





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Who wants this one? 



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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! 



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SENIOR— Walker Heard 



SENIOR— Wayne Johnson 





SENIOR— James Dominey 



SOPHOMORE— Roger Littell 





SOPHOMORE— Jerry Saras 



SOPHOMORE— Doug Alexander 



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Pinholster, and honorary' coach. Coach Friday. 





It's up there somewhere. 



MANAGER-Cy Rubin 



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Varsity Cheerleading 




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 



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B-Team Cheerleaders 




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." 



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Linda Woerner 






Bonnie Hargrove 



Diane Messick 





Susan Stroupe 




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Linda Newmark 



CO. CAPTALN Helen Schiffman 



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Coaches John Guthrie and Garland Pinholster view a 
practice with anxious eyes. 



The Tennis Team 




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Mickey Bright 



Steve Lynn 



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. 




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Baseball 





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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. 



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Coach Bill Carter 





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The Pitchers 





The Outfielders 




Our team in action. 



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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. 

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FACULTY and ADMINISTRATION 



The President . . 
Influencing All 
Facets of 
Campus Life 




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!" 

Sanskrit 

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. 

Sincerely, 

PAUL R. BEALL 

President 



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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 
Registrar 



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Administration . . . 



KATHLEEN H. ALBRIGHT, Receptionist 




GLENDA J. BALOWSKY, Assistant Registrar 




JOAN F. BARTON, Assistant Registrar 





CHARLES H. CASH, Director of Public 
Relations 



THOMAS W. CHANDLER, Librarian 




JUNE H. CONLEY, Cashier 



JEANNE B. CRESSY, Secretary to the 
President 




JLMMY D. BASS, Admi-ions Counselor 



ROBERT L DOYAL, Assistant Registrar 



SEWELL P. EDWARDS. Campus Security 
Director 



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A Vital 
Asset in Smooth 

Handling of 
Business Affairs 




GARLAND F. PINHOLsTER. Lurtctor of Development 




JOHN R. GUTHRIE, Assistant Coach 





BETTY J. HUDDLESTOxX. Secretar)' to the 
Dean 





DOROTHY G. RICHARDSON, Assistant Librarian 




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Business Affairs 




RUTH F. LOVELL, M<;r. Bookstore and 
Post Office 



ROBERT J. MOHAN. Director of Admis 
sions Counsellors 



MRS. BELL and .MRS. WATERS. Cafeteria Management 



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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, 
Paris 



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 



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Forging a Strong 
Link Between 
Academic Knowhow and 
Human Understanding 




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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- 
versity 



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Humanities . 





HARRY M. DOBSON. Assistant Professor of Music Institute 
of Musical Arts, N.Y., Study in Berlin, Fontainbleau, and 
London 



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 
Habana 



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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 . . . 

Creating the 
Necessary Link 

Between the 

Individual and 

Society 




ELIZABETH Z. STURROCK, Visiting Lecturer in German 
B.S. in Ed., A.M., Kent State University 



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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 

Human Understanding 

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 



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CHEEVER CRESSY, Professor of International Relations A.B., 
Tufts University; A.M., Ph.D., Fletcher School of Law and Diplom- 
acy 




H. RANDALL DOSHER, Assistant Professor of History A.B., A.M., 
University of North Carolina 




Social 
Studies 



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 
University 



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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 



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ROY N. GOSLIN, Professor of Physics and Mathematics A.B., 
Nebraska Wesleyan University, A.M., University of Wyoming 




Science . . . 

Observation and 

Classification of Facts 

Applied to the 

Physical World 



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 
Physics. 



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 



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Counselling is an important part of the Oglethorpe idea. 



Science . . . 

The Necessary 

Link Between 

New Ideas and 

Reality. 




PATRICIA A. HULL. Instructor in Physics and Mathematics A3, 
M.S., Auburn University 





BERNICE R. MILLIARD, Instructor in Mathematics A.B., M.Ed., 
Oglethorpe University 



J. KENNEDY HODGES, Professor of Chemistry A3., 'Vrofford 
College; A.M., Duke University-, Ph.D., Universitr of North Carolina 



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Science . . . 





SYBIL B. WELLS, Instructor in Mathematics B.S., Wake Forest 
College; M.A.T. Duke University 



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Laboratory study gives the student first-hand knowledge of practical ap- 
plications. 



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. 
Oglethorpe University 



VERA B. ZALKOW, Associate Professor of Chemistry B.S., Uni- 
versity of Michigan; M.A. Smith College; Ph.D., Wayne State Uni- 
versity 



146 



. Education and 
Behavioral Sciences 



ALVIN S. BARAFF, Assistant Professor of Psychology. B.A., Uni- 
versity of Maryland; M.S. University of Miami; Ph.D. University of 
Kentucky. 








Athletics add to the total education. 




Sff^^a^^i^ 




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. 



147 




PETER N. MAYFIELD, Instructor in Psychology A.B., Emory Uni- 
University; A.M., Duke University; Pli.D., University of North 
Carolina 



Education 

and Behavioral 

Sciences . . . 




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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 




148 




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 
surrounding community. 





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 



149 



The direction in which education starts a man will determine his 



future life. 



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CLASSES 




PRESIDENT— Bill Garrigan 



Seniors . . . 




VICE-PRESIDENT— Walker Heard 




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SECRETARY— Carole Moore 




PARLIAMENTARIAN— Jerry Meaders 




Bill Garrigan, President; Carole Moore, Secretary; Robert Currey, Treasurer; 
Walker Heard, Vice President 



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Search for the Future 



153 




Warren Adams 
Shideh Ahmadzadeh 



Steve Anderson 
Bill Avrett 



Joe Bentley 
Carl Bergman 



Alice Billingsley 
Jerry Brown 




154 



Gwyn Cannon 
John L. Cason 



William R. Cason 
Len H. Christie 





Anita G. Cole 
Faye Ellen Cooper 



Carl Dinerman 

James Dominev 



155 



W. Kirk Douglass 
Gerald P. Dunlap 



Sandra C. Ellis 
Adrian S. Elson 





James R. Essam 
Kathy P. Faircloth 



Beryl Folsom 
William Garrigan 



156 




Edward Gerson 
Susan Goodchild 



G. William Greer 
John Heningbaum 



Bobbye G. Hoppe 
Frank Hughes 



Norman Hurd 
Tamoko Ida 




157 




Lesli J. Israils 
Wayne Johnson 



Harriet C. Jones 
Caroline Kelly 



Fuad Khoury 
Rebecca Kirkland 



Elaine T. Law 
Philip W. Leftwich 




158 



Stuart Levenson 
Sara Ann Long 



Nancy Martin 
Haynes C. McFadden 





Michael Mathis 
Jeriy Meaders 



Mina L. Meines 
Carole E. Moore 



159 



Ira Morris 
John Nevin 



Dianne Ottowitz 
Peter L. Outhwaite 





Verner A. Owens 
Sandra K. Palay 



Yahya Pamir 
Alan Parker 



160 




Jane Pate 
Michael Peace 



William Reddick 
Sandra D. Rich 



Marilyn Roberts 
Henry Rodriguez 



Ilene L. Roos 
Charles Sanders 




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Elliott Schwartz 
John R. Segner 



Rupertia Simon 
Carol Sims 




John R. Singletary 
Craig Smith 



Kenny Smith 
Lynda E. Speakman 




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Joe Strenk 
Theresa Tarrant 



Michael Turetsky 
Gerry Waite 





Renie Weinstein 
Ellis Wellborn 



Joyce ^"yckoff 
Jon Wordell 



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Juniors . . 



PRESIDENT— Robert Richards 




VICE-PRESIDENT— Pokey Therrell 




TREASURER— Sandy Abbott 



SECRETARY— Tina Yarn 




PARLIAMENTARIAN— Mary O'Neal 




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Join the upper ranks 



165 



Sandy Abbott 
Fred Ackley 
Dee Adams 



Art Armstrong 
Tommy Baird 
Cheryl Baker 




John Ball 
Amy Beecher 




Lila M. Bennett 



Peggy Bradford 



Claude Bradley 



166 




Pat blown 
Tom Browning 
Nancy Charnley 



Ana Citarella 
Chiis Cook 
Ronald Dan-acoU 




Tom Free 



Michael Gordon 



167 




Ann Hallock 
Donald Hartman 



Robert Hamrick 
Robert Jackson 



Herbert Jacobson 
Detra Kay 
George Key 



Linda King 
Paul Koukidis 
Elizabeth Love 




168 





George Morris 



Sharon Markovitz 
Susan Mosteller 



Tim Marx 
Tom O'Conner 




Tom Port 
Jan Potter 
Kenneth Powell 



Evelvn Price 
Buddy Reid 
Tom Reilly 



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Robert Richards 
May Ringold 
Judy Rogers 



Mike Rowland 
Floyd Ruhl 
Larry Shattles 




Barry Shildneck 
Susan Snowden 



Gary Stowers 
Nance Sturm 





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Hokiert Taylor 
iJawn Tatum 
f^okev ThcrrelJ 



Linda Thomason 
Tina Vam 
William Walker 




Len Willis 
Lee Winde 



Hiroshige lamaoka 
Manin Zasoria 



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Sophomores . 




SECRETARY— Katliy Hess 



TREASURER— Dee Denton 




PARLIAMENTARIAN-Marti Loyd 





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173 





Anne Alexander 
Marie Anderson 



Doug Alexander 
James Andrews 



Marcia Agrin 
Charles Astin 



Beverly Amos 
Valera Bagwell 



Barbara Beggs 
Richard Binkney 
Ronald Binkney 
Pat Bishop 



Judy Ball 
Carol Barad 
Richard Baron 




174 




Gin Bradley 
Doug Cash 



Sally Bricker 
Ben Clement 



Mary Lee Brunt 
Richard Churchill 



Robert Campbell 
Mar> Crain 



Robert Crowe 
Leslie Deadwyler 
DeeDee Denton 




Diane Donnelly 
Bonnie Ebner 
Bob Eidson 
Helen Epstein 



175 



Bob Furman 
Joanna Gardner 
Barry Gauch 
Mark Gray 




Barry Gurley 
Connie Hamell 
Donna Haughen 






Sandra Hedge 
Bob Johnson 



Kathy Hess 
Robert Jones 



Gerry Hollister 
Avram Kassuto 



Mattheu Howell 
Jane Kelly 




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Thomas Lawrence 
Danforlh Larter 
Garland Lea 



Haroiri K/rlling 
fJill Kelr.hum 
JSarry Kilgore 
Kol/ert Krugnuin 



Donna LeStrange 
John McCook 



Susan Livezey 
Nikki McCoy 



Roger Littell 
Jeff McGowan 



Janice Lyrabumer 
Tom McKnew 




177 




Tom McLean 
Anita Norris 



Kathy McLeod 
Alvan Pierson 



Sam Mitchell 
Michael Riley 



Barbara Nichols 
Bonnie Roberts 



John Seidenspinner 
Mack Sheddan 
John Sims 
Anita Sloane 



Bob Ruffner 
Jerry Sams 
Jane Schwartz 




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178 




Courtenay Smith 
Bonnie Tash 



Sarah Stein 
Jennifer Thomas 



Jay Strong 
Kirby Timmons 



Robert Tabaka 
Jan Vaughn 




Aubrey \rhitaker 
Steve White 
David Wood 
Phoebe Wood 



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Freshmen . 




SECRETARY— Janice Ely 



TREASURER— Helen Schiffman 




PARLIAMENTARIAN- Gretchon von Mueller 



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Joel Ackermdii 
Susan Alexander 
Kay Alibrandi 



Charles Ailing 
Tim Anderson 
Virginia Anderson 



Barbara Austin 
Charles Bailey 
James Beddleman 



Scott Bergenis 
Evelvn Bohler 



James Bertrand 
David Bonham 



Jack Bishop 
Eric Bray 



Earl Blair 
Michael Bright 




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J. p. Bruzek 
Mike Bryant 
Bill Burack 



Wayne Burger 
Robert Burch 
Philip Burke 



Pete Butler 
Suzanne Camp 
John Campbell 





Albert Carter 
Paula Citek 



Carol Castellaw 
Charles Cloud 



Jeri Castimore 
Jane Coffee 



Thomas Chambers 
Walter Cohen 




183 




Doug Cole 
David Cromar 



Connie Colvin 
Rusty Cutler 



James Coppage 
Michael Dahl 



Frankie Crim 
Susan Dann 




Robert Danner 
Alice Davis 
David DeMichele 



Thomas DiGlulian 
John Dillon 
Ira Dreyfuss 



Janis Ely 
Judy Eshner 
Mac Farmer 



184 




Joe Fitzhugh 
Pat Gaines 



Jimmy Fitts 
Douglas Goodman 



Bruce Floiy 
Dennis Gordon 



Martha Gaber 
Pam Grossman 



Mark Gruendike 
Terry Haney 
Mary Ilardman 



Bonnie Hargrove 
Byron Harrison 
Kris Haug 



Joe Heffel 
Margaret Hefner 
Glenda Herd 




185 




Bruce Higgins 
Peter Hodgkinson 
Jimmy Hoggarth 



Anne Houston 
Linda Hudgins 
Wanda Isbell 



Fil Jessee 
Sandy Jolley 
Rusty Jones 



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Virginia Jones 
Lynda Lawrence 



Lester Kanis 
Jerry Lee 



Nancy Keenan 
Linda Lee 



Helen King 
Regina Lennox 




186 



Carol Leyda 
Kathy Lurie 
Charles Lynn 



James Lyon 
Bill Lyons 
Joel Malloy 



Richard Mapother 
Marty Marcus 
Gary Mesh 




Diane Messick 
William Miller 



Lynn Mcllvaine 
Jeff Mitchell 



Bob McLaughlin 
Veronica Mitrick 



Melanie Miller 
Judy Moblev 




187 




Gloria Morris 
Judy Mossman 



Raymond Morris 
Jimmy Nash 



Cissie Morse 
Marsha Navarro 



Molly Moseley 
Jennifer Norman 




Loni Novak 
Peter Nye 
Robert Oliver 



Katie Olson 
Jack Ordon 
Richard Osborne 



Paul O'Shield 
Larry Paulson 
Margaret Pate 



188 




Phillip Perricone 
Tina Price 



David Perrine 
Tommy Prickett 



James Phillips 
Pam Ramsey 



James Pollock 
Elaine Reilly 



Gary Reynolds 
Barbara Rhodes 
Bruce Richardson 



David Robbins 
Anthony Romano 
Arnie Rosenberg 



Cyrus Rubin 
Mary Schoen 
Mark Shaw 




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Richard Sheffield 
Bruce Shelton 
Brian Sinram 



Caroline Smith 
Lynn Smith 
Franklin Spearman 



John Stafford 
Eric Steek 
Karin Steinhaus 



Marcia Strange 
Alan Tamucci 



Sue Stroupe 
James Taylor 



George Stuart 
Joseph Terrell 



Guy Sunny 
Donald Teti 




190 



Tom Thomas 
John Thompson 
George Trimble 



Walter Vemer 
Gretchen vonMuUer 
Ronald Warner 



Fred Welker 
Holly Wertham 
John White 




John Wickham 
Richard Wolf 



Barry Wiesner 
Donald Womack 



Diane Winde 
Nate Zahn 



Linda Woerner 
Louis Zarrilli 




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A Message to the Class of '66 



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 
National Alumni Association of Oglethorpe College. 




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WARREN Q. ADAMS 

Bridgeton, New Jersey 
B.A. 

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 
Court. 



SHIDEH AHMADZADEH 

Tehran, Iran 

B.S. 



JAMES STEPHEN ANDERSON 

Jasper, Geora:ia 

B.S. 

Intramurals, 2, 3, 4; Young Democrats, 3, 

4, Chairman of Program Committee, 3; 

Class Parliamentarian, 3. 



WILLIAM LOVIC AVRETT HI 

New Canaan. Connecticut 

B.S. 

Transfer, Citadel 

JOE CLINTON BENTLEY 



Senior Directory 

Summer Honor Court; Boar's Head, 3, 4, 
Vice-president, 4; Who's Who. 



Grayson, Georgia 
B.A. 



CARL HOWARD BERGMAN 
Atlanta. Georgia 
B.A. 

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 
Atlanta, Georgia 
B.S. 

Transfer, Wesleyan College, Macon, Geor- 
gia. 



JERRY WAYNE BROWN 

Smyrna, Georgia 
B.A. 

Transfer, Rollins College 
Ben Parker Law Award, 3; Varsity Base- 
ball, 3, 4; Boar's Head, 4. 



ROBERT TILLMAN BURGE 

Marietta. Georgia 

B.A. 

Transfer, Emory 

Humanics, 3, 4; B.S.U., 3. 



FRANKLIN L. BURKE 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 

Transfer, University of Virginia 



WALTER E. BURTON 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 



ANN G. BUTLER 
Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 



GWYN CANNON 
Decatur. Georgia 
B.A. 

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. 

Albany, Georgia 

B.S. 

Honor Court, 1; President Sophomore 

class, 2; Honor Committee, 3; President 

Alpha Phi Omega, 3; LeConte, 4. 



WILLIAM RUTHERFORD CASON 

Atlanta. Georgia 

B.A. 

Alpha Phi Omega 1, 2; Players 1, 2; 

Stormy Petrel staff, 3, 4, sports staff, 4. 



WILLIAM A. CAVEN 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.S. 



RONALD CENZALLI 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 

Soccer, 1, 2; Alpha Phi Omega 1, 2; New- 
man Club \. 2; Intramurals, 4. 



LENNIE CHRISTIE 
Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 



ANITA G. COLE 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 



FAYE ELLEN COOPER 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.S. 

Transfer, University of Florida 

Delta Phi Epsilon. 



ROBERT B. CURRY 

Lookout Mountain, Tennessee 

B.A. 

Treasurer Senior class, 4. 



RONALD B. DARRACOTT 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 



CARL EDWIN DINERMAN 
Savannah, Georgia 
B.S. 

Chemistry Honors, 1; Tennis team, 2; Le- 
Conte, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3, President, 4; 
Boar's Head, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, 4; 
Who's Who. 



JAMES DOMINEY 

Vienna, Georgia 

Transfer, Norman Park Jr. College (Ga.) 

& Florida State 

Basketball, 4. 



WALLACE KIRK DOUGLASS 

Transfer Emory University 
Swimming team, 1 ; Soccer 1, 2. 



GERALD P. DUNLAP 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 

Transfer, Emory University 



ADRIAN SUE ELSON 
Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 



JAMES ESSAM 

Atlanta. Georgia 

B.A. 

Transfer, North Georgia College 

Social Committee 3, 4, Chairman, 4. 



KATHLEEN PITTS FAIRCLOTH 

Atlanta. Georgia 

B.A. 

Transfer, University of Kentucky 



WILLIAM P. FINDLAY 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 



BERYL FOLSOM 

Welaka, Florida 
B.A. 

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 

Shamokin, Pennsylvania 
B.S. 



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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 
Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 

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 
Committee, 4. 



GEORGE WILLIAM GREER 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 

Intramurals, 2-4; B.S.U. 2-4; Alpha Phi 

Omega, 3 ; Boar's Head, 3, 4. 

JEFFREY L. HAYDEN 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.S. 

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. 

WALKER HEARD 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Basketball 1-4; Vice-president senior class. 

Lord and Lady Court. 



JOHN HENINGBAUM 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 



BOBBYE HOPPE 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 

Transfer, Emory University 
Chi Omega; Xingu, 4. 



FRANK MONROE HUGHES, JR. 
College Park, Georgia 
B.A. 

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- 
thorpe, 4. 

NORMAN ROLFE HURD, JR. 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 
People-to-People, 4. 



TOMOKA IDA 
Japan 
B.A. 
Humanics, 3. 



LESLIE ISRAILS 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 

Transfer, University of Florida 

Delta Phi Epsilon 



LLOYD WAYNE JOHNSON 

East Point, Georgia 

B.A. 

Transfer, Young Harris Junior College 

Basketball, 14, Captain 2; Baseball 3, 4; 

Lord and Lady Court. 

HARRIET JONES 

Duluth, Georgia 

Duchess Club, 3, 4; Secretary 4. 

DAVID KAIGLER 
Chamblee, Georgia 
B.A. 



CAROLINE KELLY 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Gun Club 1-4, Sec.-Treas., 4; Secretary 3; 

Rifle team 1-4; Treasurer Sophomore 

class, 2. 



ELAINE TRAER LAW 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 

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 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 

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. 
4. 



NANCY RIDDLE MARTIN 

Marietta. Georgia 

B.A. 

Transfer, Brenau College, Gainesville, 

Georgia 

BENJAMIN DEAN MATHEWS 

Fort Valley. Georgia 
B.A. 

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; 



MICHAEL MATHIS 
Atlanta, Geors^a 
B.S. 



Transfer, Southern Tech 

LR.E.; I.E.E.E.; Epsilon Pi Chi; U Contc 



DIANA CLARE McCXUPJCIN 
Marietta, Georgia 
B.A. 

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 
B.A. 

Transfer University of .\orth Carolina, 
Chapel Hill 

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 
B.A. 

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 
Chamblee. Georgia 
B.S. 

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. 



MINA MEINES 
B.A. 

Transfer, McCoy College, Baltimore 
Oglethorpe Players. Director, 4, 



CAROL ELAINE MOORE 
Lithia Springs. Georsia 
B.A. 

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 
Chamblee. Georsia 
B.A. 



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JOHN I. NEVIN 
Atlanta, Georgia 
B.S. 

Transfer, University of South Florida 
Skindiving club, 1; Stormy Petrel staff 
2-4, Managing Editor 3, Editor, 4; Inter- 
activity Committee 3, 4. 



DIANNE OTTOWI.TZ 
Ft. Lauderdale. Florida 
B.S. 

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 

Columbus, Ohio 

B.A. 

Soccer, 1-4; Alpha Phi Omega 1; Honor 

Committee, 4. , , 



SANDRA KINGLOFF PALAY 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 

Transfer, Vanderbuilt University 



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IDA JANE PATE 
Tucker, Georgia 
B.A. 

Transfer, Truitt McConnell 



YAHYA KEMAL PAMIR 

Istanbul, Turkey 

B.A.. 

Soccer, 1, 2; Thalian Society 3, 4, Presi- 
dent 3, 4; International Club, President, 
4; People to People, 4. 



RICHARD RESER 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.S. 

Transfer Georgia Military College 
Gun Club, 3. 4; Security Officer, Campus 
Police, 3, 4; Players, Stage Manager 4; 
President Alpha Phi Omega, 4; Social 
Committee, 4. 



People to People, 4, Vice President. 



SANDRA DANNEMAN RICH 
Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 

Transfer, Stratford Junior College, Dan- 
ville, Virginia 
Lord and Lady Court, 4. 



MARILYN JEAN ROBERTS 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.S. 

Honor Court 3, 4, Chairman, 4. 



DIANE LOUISE SHEPARD 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 



LESTER SHEPHERD 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 



ALICE CAROL SIMS 

Tucker, Georgia 
B.A. 

Transfer, Florida State University 



RUPERTIA SIMON 
Smyrna, Georgia 
B.A. 

Transfer, University of Alabama 
Thalian Society, 3, 4; Duchess Club, Par- 
liamentarian, 4. 



JOHN R. SINGLETARY 
Atlanta, Georgia ^ 

B.A. •■' ''^^ 

Transfer, University of Georgia 



CRAIG SMITH - , , 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 

Humanics, 1-3; Alpha Phi Omega, 1-4; 

Stormy Petrel Staff, Business Manager, 3; 

Treasurer student government, 4. 



Sophomore class, 2 ; Inauguration Commi 
tee, 2. 



LYNDA RICHARDSON SPEAKMAN 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 

Transfer, University of Florida 



JOSEPH JOHN STRENK, JR. 

Haledon, New Jersey 
B.S. 

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 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 



THERESA MARGURITE TARRANT 

Atlanta, Georgia 
B.S. 

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 
Who. I 



MICHAEL TURETSKY 
Atlanta, Georgia 
B.A. 

Transfer, University of Wisconsin 



RENIE BLASS WEINSTEIN 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 

Transfer, Syracuse University 



LYNN LITRELL WHITE 

Sarasota, Florida 

B.A. 



WILLIAM ELIJAH REDDICK HI 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 

Transfer, University of Tennessee 



ELIZABETH KENNEDY SMITH 

Decatur, Georgia 

B.A. 

Yamacraw staff 1-3, Honors Editor, 3; 

Social Committee, 1; Parliamentarian 



JOYCE ARNOLD WYCKOFF 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. 

Transfer, Florida Southern College 



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