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PUBLISHED ANNUALLY ON THE CAMPUS OF EAST CAROLINA COLLEGE WALTER C. FAULKNER- Editor JOHN W. GARRISS- Associate Editor S. GALE KOONCE- Business Manager






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Foreword

The quality of education is reflected in an amalgam of many elements

beginning with such fundamentals as the teacher, the student, and the curriculum.

Part of the task of education is to provide an environment in which young people

may become more sensitive to truth, beauty, and culture. The esthetic appreciations

to be drawn from great literature, from conversation and lectures, from experiencing

various forms of art, and from simply living on the college campus, all are important

to the whole pattern of education.

In a rapidly changing world, East Carolina College serves as custodian of the

intellectual capital of its students. It also serves as a center of innovation and

change, of investigation of the application of knowledge to current needs, and of

re-examination and criticism of society.

Over the years, the environment has changed at East Carolina. This has been a drastic

and dramatic change. It is well to keep our history in mind, and an ever constant look

to the future; however, we are concerned in this edition with the present-1963 on the

campus of East Carolina College. Volume forty-one of the Buccaneer, capitalizes upon thee

use of the dominant Austin Tower, long a campus symbol and soon-to-be a shrine.

Developing the campus theme, the pages herein depict the students and student life

as they work and wander over our two hundred and thirty-five acre campus.

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Take a walk with us through our school year.

It may be a long walk, for it is a big year.

You may have to run in parts. Occasionally,

though, you will be able to stroll, or even relax.

So take life easy for awhile. Lean back, enjoy yourself.

Renew some old friendships and strike up a few fresh ones.

You may even meet yourself. Review with us an enjoyable year,

1963 at East Carolina.

Austin Tower

Afternoon Solitude

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Evening Life

At East Carolina College, you have an

opportunity for progression. Four years of

your life are spent amid these surroundings.

This term you witnessed numerous college events

such as the dedication of Aycock Dormitory,

the attainment of the status of school by the

former departments of Art and Music, and the acquisition

of a new seal. These are some of the highlights of this

school year. Look back over them with fond memories.

Aesthetic Appreciation

EAST CAROLINA COLLEGE IS AN ACCREDITED MEMBER OF

The American Association of Colleges For Teacher Education

The Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools

Association of American Colleges

The North Carolina College Conference

The National Association of Business Teacher-Training Institutions

The National Commission on Accrediting Association of

American Colleges

National Association of Schools of Music

and

American Association of University Women

Accredited by National Council for

Accreditation of Teacher Education

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Contents

Our College

Administrative Officials 10

Faculty 15

Academics 31

Residences 49

Facilities and Services 55

Our Campus Life

Student Life 74

Beauties 107

Marshals 121

Who's Who 126

Our Athletics

Spring Sports 138

Football 149

Basketball 168

Wrestling 174

Swimming 176

Intramurals 179

Our Classes

Graduate 186

Senior 188

Junior 231

Sophomore 249

Freshman 272

Our Organizations

Clubs 298

Fine Arts 311

Military 331

Publications 335

Religion 343

Student Government 349

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Our Greeks

Inter-Frateniity Council 362

Panhellenic Council 363

Social Sororities 364

Social Fraternities 380

Professional, Honorary and

Service Fraternities 400

Our Advertisers

Advertisements 126

General Index 451

Editor's Epitaph 464

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Our College

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"You cannot really know something until you have

loved it," once said an unknown but wise philosopher.

This is the sentiment we develop for East Carolina,

our College, our Alma Mater. Here we live, learn, grow,

laugh, and cry. Perhaps, it is through experience and

association that we come to know our College; and it is

with every smile or tear that we inevitably come to

love and respect our College.

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College Administration

President Leo W. Jenkins

This sixth President of East Carolina College

devotes much of his time to educational and civic

duties. As a member of the Executive Committee of the

North Carolina College Conference and the Governor's

Committee on Better Schools, Dr. Leo W. Jenkins strives

for quality education for North Carolinians. Locally,

this educator has served as Chairman of the Pitt County

Red Cross. Polio, and United Fund Drives.

Before coming to East Carolina as Dean of the College in 1947,

Dr. Jenkins was a teacher and assistant to the Commissioner for

Higher Education in his native New Jersey. He was elected to the

Presidency of East Carolina in 1960.

Standing behind his desk, Dr. Leo W. Jenkins strikes a familiar pose.

President Jenkins enters the Administratioi Building to begin

another day's work for the betterment of East Carolina.

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Board of Trustees

Mrs. J. Russell Kirby, Mrs. Elizabeth Bennett, Mrs. Agnes Barrett, Mr. J. Herbert Waldrop, President Leo W. Jenkins,

Mr. Henry Oglesby, Mr. Baxter Ridenhour, Mr. F. D. Duncan, Mr. William A. Blount, Mr. James Whitfield, Mr. Robert Morgan,

Mr. Reginald F. McCoy, Mr. Fred F. Bahnson, Jr., and absent when photograph was taken, Mr. Henry Belk, and Mr. W. W. Taylor.

MR. J. HERBERT WALDROP Board Chairman

MRS. AGNES BARRETT Administrative Secretary

Appointed for a term of eight years, the Board of Trustees

of East Carolina College is composed of twelve members

named by the Governor of North Carolina and confirmed

by the State Legislature. Three members are appointed

each biennium.

The Board of Trustees manages all of the affairs of

the College subject to the applicable laws of the State.

Likewise, the Board is responsible for every transaction

performed by the College.

Oldest in point of service is Mr. Henry Belk.

He has served on the Board of Trustees since September, 1945.

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Administrative Officails

Mr. F. D. DUNCAN Vice President

Having graduated from the University

of North Carolina, Mr. F. D. Duncan

is Vice President of the College.

Before coming to East Carolina in

1936, he worked with the Department

of Finance and Accounting of the

State Board of Education in Raleigh.

In Greenville Mr. Duncan is a Rotary

Club member and is active in Boy Scout work.

DR. ROBERT L. HOLT

Dean of East Carolina College

In addition to serving as Dean

of East Carolina College,

Dr. Robert L. Holt has served

the community as president of

Rose High School Parent-Teacher

Association. At East Carolina,

Dr. Holt supervises the curriculum

offered by the College. A graduate

of Duke University, this administrative

official heads the athletic committee

for East Carolina.

Dr. JOHN H. HORNE

Director of Admissions

Since joining the staff in 1957,

Dr. John H. Home, a graduate of

the University of North Carolina,

has engaged in both college and

community activities. His realms of

interest include the American Legion,

Phi Delta Kappa, and numerous educational

organizations. His position requires him

to screen applicants for admission to the College.

DR. JAMES H. TUCKER Dean of Student Affairs

Dean of Student Affairs is the

administrative position held by

Dr. James H. Tucker. In this

capacity, Dr. Tucker directs the

policies of the College concerning

all students. Originally from Mount

Holly, this personality serves as

advisor to the SGA and chairman of

the Publications Board. He is a member

of Phi Delta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi.

MISS MARY GREENE Director of the News Bureau Having joined the faculty of East Carolina College in 1928, Miss Mary Greene is presently the Director of the News Bureau. She received her education at Agnes Scott College, Columbia University, and the Uni- versity of North Carolina. Member- ship in Phi Beta Kappa and Delta Kappa Gamma are two areas of excellence held by this South Caro- linian.






MISS RUTH WHITE Dean of Women

All policies and problems concerning

the housing and discipline the women

students are usually handled through

the office of Miss Ruth White, Dean of

Women, Miss White joined the staff of her

Alma Mater in 1937. In addition to this

parity, she is advisor to the Women's

Judiciary and the Panhellenic Council.

MR. JAMES B. MALLORY Dean of Men

Mr. James B. Mallory fills the

position of Dean of Men at East

Carolina and also serves as advisor

to the Inter-Fraternity Council.

As well as his position of supervising

the college policies which govern the

men students, this administrative

official is quite active in the Lions'

Club, United Fund Campaign, and other civic drives.

DR. DAVID MIDDLETON Director of Extension

Originally from Warsaw, North Carolina,

this graduate of the University of

North Carolina directs the Extension

Division of the College. A member of

Phi Delta Kappa and the National

Education Association, Dr. David

Middleton comes to this institution

from Appalachian State Teachers College.

In Greenville, he is a Junior Chamber

of Commerce member.

MISS JANICE G. HARDISON

Director of Foundations and

Alumni Activities

Miss Janice G. Hardison is a

former instructor in the English

Department. Before coming to this

campus in 1956, Miss Hardison taught

in the Enfield School System and at

Wilmington Junior College. A native of

Jamesville, North Carolina, this devoted

campus leader has served as Vice President

of the Eastern District of the Young Democrats Club.

MISS MARY GREENE

Director of the News Bureau

Having joined the faculty of East

Carolina College in 1928, Miss Mary

Greene is presently the Director of

the News Bureau. She received her

education at Agnes Scott College,

Columbia University, and the University

of North Carolina. Membership in Phi Beta

Kappa and Delta Kappa Gamma are two areas

of excellence held by this South Carolinian.

MR. G. ALLAN NELMS

Director of the Placement Bureau

Directing the Placement Bureau the

at the College is Mr. G. Allan

Nelms. A graduate of North Carolina

State College, he aids graduates in

securing positions that demand a

college education. In Greenille,

Mr. Nelms is active in the

Rotary Club and Elks Club.

A native of Rocky Mount, he

joined the staff in 1959.

DR. ED J. CARTER

Director of Graduate Studies

As Director of Graduate Studies,

Dr. Ed J. Carter supervises the

graduate program at the college.

Before coming to East Carolina in

1950, Dr. Carter was a member of

the Education Department at Murray

State College in Kentucky. A graduate

of the University of North Carolina,

Dr. Carter is a member of Phi Delta

Kappa and Kappa Delta Pi.

MR. FRANKLIN D. GILES

Registrar

A newcomer to the campus this year is

Mr. Franklin D. Giles, the Registrar.

In this capacity, he supervises the

enrollment of the students in the

various classes. Mr. Giles comes to

East Carolina from the University of

North Carolina where he was Assistant

Director in the Registrar's Office.

MR. DAN K. WOOTEN

Director of Housing and Traffic

Supervising the housing and traffic

problems are the primary duties of

Mr. Dan K. Wooten. The Director of

Housing, an alumnus of East Carolina,

is a native of Falkland, North Carolina.

Before coming to East Carolina in this

positio, Mr. Wooten taught in the

Bethel and Belvoir-Falkland School Systems.

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College Administration

DR. CORINNE H. RICKERT

Director of Campus Broadcasting

Dr. Corinne H. Rickert is the

Director of On-Campus Broadcasting

and Closed Circuit Television for the

College. She graduated from the University

of Minnesota and received her doctorate

from the Shakespeare Institute in

Birmingham, England. A member of Phi

Beta Kappa and the National Collegiate

Players, Dr. Rickert is the author of several books.

MISS ROSALIND ROULSTON

Director of Radio and Television

Actress, writer, and coordinator-

Miss Rosalind Roulston is Director

of Radio and Television and has

membership in the National Association

of Educational Broadcasters, the Speech

Association of America and the North

Carolina Speech Association. On campus,

this New York native is on the Public

Relations, Radio-Television, and

Commencement Committees.

MR. DAWYER D. GROSS

Director of Religious Activities

Mr. Dawyer D. Gross is the Director

of Religious Activities at the College.

In addition, he teaches in the Psychology

and Humanities Departments. A native of

Virginia, Mr. Gross joined the faculty

in 1960. He completed his education at

Wake Forest College and Duke University.

MR. RUDOLPH ALEXANDER

Assistant Dean of Student Affairs

Mr. Rudolph Alexander, a native of

Wayne County, has assumed the duties

of Assistant Dean of Student Affairs.

In this position, this Kappa Delta Pi

and Phi Delta Kappa member assists in

handling the numerous affairs concerning

the students. Mr. Alexander, an Optimist

Club member, is the District Scout Executive.

DR. JAMES W. BUTLER

Assistant Director of Public Relations

Outside his college activities, this

administrative official is also quite

active. He is a member of the Rotary

Club and the Chamber of Commerce.

At the College, Dr. James W. Butler

serves as Assistant Director of

Public Relations. A former student

of George Washington University,

he holds membership in Phi Delta Kappa.

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Faculty

As well as teaching, the faculty members of

East Carolina College engage in extracurricular

activities. Serving on committees, being sponsors

of student organizations, and making speeches

constitute several aspects of a professor's pare time.

Currently, the faculty numbers approximately three

hundred instructors in comparison to the original

thirteen in 1909. These individuals serve as

advisors and give supervision to the students

in their four years of college life.

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Buccaneer Citation

Instructor, psychologist, and author-each are

positions capably filled by Mr. Calvert R. Dixon

of the Psychology Department. His educational

background is as impressive as the fields in

which he works and excels. He has attended and

received credit from the University of Florida.

Florida State University, Stetson University, and

Harvard University. Among the degrees earned by

Mr. Dixon is the Education Specialist, an advanced

post-graduate degree.

Military service to his credit include the

attainment of captain in the United States

Army and having served thirty-two months in

the European Theater. Organizations in which

this "Citation" recipient holds membership

are the American Psychological Association,

the American Personnel and Guidance Association,

the Council for Exceptional Children.

Phi Delta Kappa, and Kappa Phi Kappa.

In 1959, Professor Dixon attended the

White House Conference as the official

Florida representative. While in Florida,

he served as Chairman of the Governor's

Children's Committee. Among his publications

too numerous to list are articles on

"Remediation and Guidance" and

"Psychological Security-Insecurity

During Childhood" and a book,

The Little Clock That Couldn't Tell Time.

East Carolina College

ADAMS. FRANCIS R., JR., A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor, English Department

ADAMS, LOUISE, A.B., M.A.

Assistant Professor, English Department

ALEXANDER, MICHAEL J., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, School of Business

ATKESON, JOHN C. JR., A.B., M.A.

Assistant Professor, Social Studies Department

BACHMAN, JOSEPH SIDNEY, A.B., M.A.

Assistant Professor, Social Studies Department

BAILEY, DONALD E., Ed.D.

Assistant Professor, Science Department

BAKER, GEORGE, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Social Studies Department

BAKER, JAY E., A.B.

Captain, Air Science Department

BATTEN, JAMES WILLIAM, A.B., M.A., Ed.D.

Professor, Education Department

BEACH, EARL E., B.S.M., M.A.

Professor, School of Music

BELL, SADIE RUTH, A.B., M.A.

Instructor, School of Business

BENSON, PATRICIA, B.S., M.S.

Assistant Professor, Home Economics Department

BING, KENNETH L., Ed.D.

Professor, Industrial Arts Department

BLISS, RUBY, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Psychology Department

BOND, AUSTIN D., B.S., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor, Science Department

BOONE, ROBERT LEE, A.B., M.A.

Professor, Health and Physical Education Department

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BORTHWICK, DON R., M.A.

Assistant Professor, School of Business

BOYCE, EMILY S, B.S., M.A.

Librarian

BOYD, PEGGY W.

Secretary, Health and Physical Education Department

BOYETTE', JOSEPH G., B.S., M.A.

Assistant Professor, Science Department

BRADNER, CLEVELAND J., A.B., B.D., M.A.

Associate Professor, Social Studies Department

BRANDON, DOROTHY, C.P.A., M.B.A.

Assistant Professor, School of Business

BRANNON, OSCAR W., M.A.

Assistant Professor, Mathematics Department

BREWSTER, L. A., Ph.D.

Professor, Social Studies Department

BRIDGERS, BEN, A.B., M.A.

Instructor, English Department

BRIMLEY, RALPH F. W., Ed.D.

Professor, Education Department

BROADHURST, FREDERICK L., M.A.

Assistant Professor, Industrial Arts Department

BROADHURST, RUTH J., B.S.N.

Instructor, School of Nursing

BROWN, WYATT, A.B., B. Lit., M.A.

Instructor, Social Studies Department

BROWNING, E. R., A.B.. B.C.S., M.Ed., Ed.D.

Professor, School of Business

BROWNING, MARIE B., M.S.

Instructor, English Department

BULLOCK, LOUISE CARTER, R.N., B.S., P.H.N.

Instructor, School of Nursing

Faculty Members

Buccaneer Citation

This academic year marks the twenty-fifth

year of service to the College by Miss Ruth White.

A graduate of East Carolina, Miss White is a

former teacher. She presently serves the

College as Dean of Women.

A native of Colerain, North Carolina, Miss White

is active in many phases of civic and educational

activities. She holds membership in the Business

and Professional Women's Club, the American

Association of University Women, the National

Association of Women Deans and Counselors,

the Southern Personnel Association, and the

North Carolina Education Association. Kappa Delta

Social Sorority and Delta Kappa Gamma Honorary

Fraternity are also two organizations in

which she holds membership.

In leisure time, Miss White enjoys sewing,

reading, and collecting antiques. On campus,

she advises the Women's Judiciary, the

Panhellenic Council, and the Dormitory House

Committees. Miss White serves as a member of

various committees including the Discipline

Committee, the Commencement Committee,

and the Student Aid Committee.

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BYRD, J. WILLIAM. B.S., M.S.

Associate Professor, Science Department

CAMERON, NORMAN H., B.S., M.A.

Associate Professor, School of Business

CARR, LILY ROUSE, A.B., M.A.

Librarian

CARR, WENDELL L., B.S., M.A.

Assistant Professor, Health and Physical Education Department

CARTER. ED J., Ph.D., M.A., A.B.

Professor, Education Department

CARTER, HERBERT, A.B., M.A.

Professor, School of Music

CARTER, ROBERT, B.M., B.S., M.A., Mus.D.

Associate Professor, School of Music

CHAUNCEY, BEATRICE, B.S., M.A.

Assistant Professor, School of Music

CHO, BYUNG TACK, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, School of Business

CLARK, AMOS 0., A.B., M.A., Ed.D.

Associate Professor, Education Department

CLARKE, JOHN R., Ph.D., M.A., B.A.

Associate Professor, Psychology Department

CLAY, FAYE C, A.B., M.A.

Instructor, English Department

CLAY, HOWARD B., A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor, Social Studies Department

COEFIELD, G. W., B.S., M.A.

Librarian

COLEMAN, HUBERT A., B.S., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor, Social Studies Department

COOK, GEORGE A., A.B., B.S., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor, English Department

Buccaneer Citation

A native of Chisholm, Minnesota, Dr. Corinne

Holt Rickert serves as Director of Campus

Broadcasting for the College. Since her tenure

of office at East Carolina College, the former

actress has served on five faculty committees and

is currently the chairman of the Student Government

Association Entertainment Committee.

After living abroad for six years, Dr. Rickert is

well versed in three languages and can speak useful

phrases in seven foreign tongues. Her writings include

a three-act adaptation of "Huckleberry Finn," "An Addition

to the Canon of Bacon's Writings," an article in Modern

Language Review, and John Darrell: Minister and Exorcist.

"People-I just plain like people" is the phrase she uses

when asked about her hobbies. A member of Phi Beta Kappa,

Dr. Rickert enjoys reading, photography, target shooting,

and raising Siamese cats. This personable lady is a member

of Alpha Omicron Pi, Zeta Phi Eta, the South Atlantic Modern

Language Association, and the Southern Renaissance Society.

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College Faculty

CONGLETON, BETTY, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Social Studies Department

CRAMER, ROBERT E., Ph.D.

Professor, Geography Department

CRAWLEY, WESLEY V., M.S.

Associate Professor, School of Art

CRENSHAW, MARGUERITE V., A.B., M.A., B.L.S.

Assistant Professor, Library Science Department

CUBBEDGE, FRANKIE H., A.B.

Librarian

CUMMINGS, J. B., B.S., M.A.

Professor, Geography Department

DANIELS, FRANCES, B.S., M.A., Prof. Diploma

Associate Professor, School of Business

DANIELS, JOHN W., B.A., M.A., A.M.

Associate Professor, Mathematics Department

DAUGHERTY, MABEL, B.S., M.S.

Associate Professor, Home Economics Department

DAUGHERTY, PATRICIA, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Science Department

DAUGHERTY, STELLA, A.B., M.A.

Instructor, Mathematics Department

DAVIS, DAVID R., A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor, Mathematics Department

DAVIS, GRAHAM J., B.S., M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Science Department

DAVIS, JOHN B., JR., M.A.

Associate Professor, Mathematics Department

DAVIS, VERA BROOKE, A.B., M.A.

Associate Professor, Mathematics Department

DAWSON, C. C, B.S., M.A.

Associate Professor, School of Business

DEBTER, OUIDA C, B.S., M.A.

Associate Professor, School of Business

DEMPSEY, AUDREY V., A.B., M.A., Ed.D.

Professor, School of Business

DERRICK, J. 0., A.B., M.S.

Professor, Chemistry Department

DERRICK, MILDRED, B.S., M.A.

Assistant Professor, Mathematics Department

DeVORSEY, LOUIS, M.A.

Assistant Professor, Geography Department

DEWAR, THADYS, A.B., M.A.

Assistant Professor, School of Business

DICKENS, MARCELYN B.

Secretary, Health and Physical Education Department

DIXON, CALVERT, B.S., M.S., Ed.S.

Associate Professor, Psychology Department

DOUGLAS, GEORGE A., A.B., Ph.M., Ph.D.

Professor, Social Studies Department

DOWELL, SUE N. M., M.A.

Instructor, English Department

DRAKE, ELIZABETH, B.S., M.S.

Assistant Professor, School of Music

DURHAM. W. EDMUND, A.B., M.M.Ed., Ph.D.

Professor, School of Music

DURHAM, WILLIAM H., JR., B.S., Ed.M., Ed.D.

Professor, School of Business

EAGAN, ELSIE S., M.A.

Assistant Professor, Education Department

EBBS, JOHN D., Ph.D.

Associate Professor, English Department

EDENS, RUBY E., B.S., M.A.

Assistant Professor, School of Business

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Buccaneer Citation

Teacher, archivist, and author are three fields

of Dr. Herbert R. Paschal, Jr. As a teacher, he

instructs in the Social Studies Department. As an

archivist, he works in the North Carolina State

Department of Archives and History in Raleigh. As

an author, he has written the book, A History of

Colonial Bath and several articles including

"A State in Search of a Birthday." A forthcoming

publication of Dr. Paschal is Proprietary Government

in North Carolina.

In the field of research. Dr. Paschal has done

contracted work for the United States Department

of Justice on the Tuscarora Indians in North Carolina.

A full report was prepared, based on two years of research.

Educated at Wake Forest and the University of North Carolina,

this Phi Beta Kappa member is chairman of the local Library

Committee, advisor to the Kappa Alpha Order, and former advisor

to the Student Senate and Historical Society. A former Navy man,

Dr. Paschal is also a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Alpha Theta,

the American Historical Association and the Southern Historical Association.

East Carolina College

EDMISTON, ROBERT S., B.A., M.F.A.

Instructor, School of Art

EISEMAN, BYRON M., JR., B.S., LL.B.

Assistant Professor, School of Business

EISEMAN, CAROL COLE, B.S., A.B., M.B.A.

Instructor, School of Business

ELLEN, JOHN C. JR., B.A., A.B.J., M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Social Studies Department

ELLER, FRANK W., A.B., M.A., Ed.D.

Professor, Science Department

ELLIS, LENA C., B.S., A.B., M.A.

Associate Professor, School of Business

ENGLE, NANENE., A.B., M.A.T.

Assistant Professor, School of Art

EVERETT, GROVER W., B.S., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor, Science Department

EVERETT, NELL C., B.S., M.A.

Instructor, English Department

FAHRNER, ALVIN A., A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Social Studies Department

FARIS, DON W., B.S., M.Ed.

Instructor, Science Department

FARNHAM, EMILY, B.S., M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor, School of Art

FINCH, ALTON V., B.S., M.A.

Associate Professor, School of Business

FLEMING, ELLEN C., A.B., M.A.

Associate Professor, Mathematics Department

FLEMING, JAMES L., B.S., M.A.

Professor, Foreign Language Department

FULLER, FRANK G., Ed.D.

Professor, Education Department

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Buccaneer Citation

Composer-in-residenee in the School of Music,

Dr. Martin Mailman completed his three degrees

at the Eastman School of Music of the University

of Rochester in New York. In the field of teaching,

his career includes terms at the United States Naval

School of Music, the Eastman School of Music, and the

Brevard Music Center.

Membership in the Southeastern Composers League, the

Florida Composers League, and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia

receive much of this Associate Professor's time. Under

an exclusive contract with Mills Music, Dr. Mailman has

published Alleluia, Petite Partita, and Three Madrigals.

He currently has work recorded on Mercury Records.

At East Carolina, Dr. Mailman is a member of the

Curriculum Committee and last year served as chairman

of the Contemporary Music Festival. In the Summer

of 1962, he was one of the nine young composers

selected by the Ford Foundation to participate

in the Stravinsky Festival held at Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Faculty Members

GANTT, ROBERT B., A.B., M.Ed.

Assistant Professor, Health and Physical Education

GILLIS, WILLIE MAE, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Psychology Department

GOODMAN. MARY. A.B., M.A.

Instructor. English Department GORDLEY, TRAN, B.F.A., M.F.A.

Associate Professor, School of Art

GRAHAM, JUNE M., B.S., M.B.E.

Instructor. School of Business GRATE. WILLIAM H, M.A.. Ph.B., Ph.D.

Associate Professor. English Department GRAY, WELLINGTON B., Ed.D.

Professor. School of Art GREENE, MARY H., A.B.. M.A.

Associate Professor, English Department

GRIGSBY, LOIS, M.A.

Associate Professor, English Department GROSS, D. D.. A.B., M.A.

Assistant Professor, Psychology and Humanities Departments HAIGWOOD, T. J., Ph.D.

Professor. Industrial Arts Department HALL, MABEL LACY, M.S.

Associate Professor, Home Economics Department

HAMPTON, CAROL D., A.B., M.S.

Assistant Professor. Science Department HARRISON, ALICE M., A.B., M.S., Ph.D.

Associate Professor, School of Business HARRISON, WILLIAM A.

Sergeant, Air Science Department HASSELL, RUBY E., A.B., M.A.

Librarian

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Faculty Members

HELMS, MARY C., Ph.D.

Professor, Science Department

HELMS, R. M., Ed.D.

Professor, Science Department

HILL, MARVIN S., B.A., M.A.

Assistant Professor, Social Studies Department

HILL, SAMUEL T., A.B., LL.B., M.A.

Assistant Professor, School of Business

HOGAN, GAY E., A.B., M.Ed.

Instructor, Health and Physical Education

HOLBERG, MOSELLE, B.S., M.A.

Assistant Professor, Foreign Language Department

HOLMES, DR. KEITH D., Ph.D.

Professor, Education Department

HORTON, JAMES M, JR., M.A.

Instructor, Science Department

HOWELL, JOHN M., Ph.D.

Professor, Social Studies Department

HOWELL, W. W., M.A.

Professor, School of Business

HYMAN, MAC, A.B.

Assistant Professor, English Department

JACKSON, BERNARD R., Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Education Department

JACOBSON, LEON, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, School of Art

JAMES, KENNETH C., A.B., M.B.A.

Assistant Professor, School of Business

JEFFREYS, DONALD B., B.S., M.A.

Assistant Professor, Science Department

JENKINS, ANTOINETTE S., A.B., M.A.

Assistant Professor, English Department

JENKINS, EDGAR B., Ph.D.

Associate Professor, English Department

JOHNSON, GORDON, B.S., M.M.

Associate Professor, School of Music

JOHNSON, F. MILAM, B.S., M.A.

Associate Professor, Mathematics Department

JONES, HAROLD A., B.M., M.A.

Instructor, School of Music

JONES, MARY JANE, A.B., M.A.

Instructor, English Department

JONES, RAY L., Ed.D.

Associate Professor, School of Business

JORGENSEN, N. M., B.S., M.S., Ph.D.

Professor, Health and Physical Education

KELSEY, CLARENCE M., A.B., M.Ed.

Assistant Professor, Industrial Arts Department

KIDD, ELBERT L., A.B.

Major, Air Science Department

KILPATRICK, RACHEL H., Ph.D.

Associate Professor, English Department

KNIGHT, GEORGE W., JR., B.S., M.A.

Instructor, School of Music

KOBLIE, RONALD L., B.S., M.Ed.

Assistant Professor, Industrial Arts Department

KOON, ERVIN E.

Sergeant, Air Science Department

LABAUME, CATHERINE, A.B., M.A.

Instructor, Foreign Language Department

LAMBIE, RUTH, B.S., M.S.

Assistant Professor, Home Economics Department

LANIER, GENE D., B.S, M.S.

Librarian

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LARSEN, TORA M, Ph.D.

Professor, School of Business

LEDBETTER, GORMAN W., A.B., M.B.A.

Assistant Professor, School of Business

LEITH, ROBERT W., B.S., M.S.

Assistant Professor, Industrial Arts Department

LOESSIN, EDGAR R., A.B., M.F.A.

Associate Professor, English Department

LOWE, VELMA, A.B., M.S.

Assistant Professor, School of Business

LUNDY, TALMAGE, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Science Department

MAILMAN, MARY NAN, B.M., M.M.

Assistant Professor, School of Music

MANDEL, JACOB, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Psychology Department

MANN, SALLIE E., B.S., M.A.

Librarian

MARTIN, FRED CARLYLE, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor, Foreign Language Department

MARTIN, GEORGE C., JR., A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor, Geography Department

MARTIN, W. B., Ed.D.

Associate Professor, Education Department

MARTINEZ, INEZ N., B.S.

Instructor, School of Nursing

MARTINEZ, RAY H., B.S., M.S., Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Health and Physical Education Department

MARTOCCIA, C. T., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Psychology Department

MATTHEIS, FLOYD E., B.S., M.Ed., Ed.D.

Assistant Professor, Science Department

Buccaneer Citation,

Since joining the staff in 1930, Mrs. Agnes

W. Barrett, Administrative Secretary, has

done much for the College, the faculty, the

staff, and the students. Born in Cadiz,

Kentucky, this "Buccaneer Citation" recipient

serves both the President and the Board of

Trustees in secretarial capacities.

Mrs. Barrett was educated at Western Kentucky

State College and Bowling Green College, the

latter of which she is a graduate. Among her

many civic activities, Mrs. Barrett holds

membership in the Clio Book Club. This smiling

personality who is a favorite with all people

she meets enjoys reading, dramatics, golf, and

traveling, and, as she expresses it, "diggin' and my garden."

Formerly, Mrs. Barrett has served as President of

the Faculty Lecture Club, Coordinator for Civilian

Pilot Training, and participant in several faculty plays.

She has and still continues to do outstanding work with

the Eighth Street Christian Church, of which she is a member.

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McDANIELS, JESSE L., A.B., M.A.

Assistant Professor, School of Business

McGRATH, HAROLD M., M.A.

Assistant Professor, School of Business

MILLER, THOMAS W., B.S., M.A.

Assistant Professor, School of Music

MILLS, HARLAN, B.A., M.F.A.

Assistant Professor, English Department

MILSTEAD, HARLEY P., B.A., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor, Geography Department

MINNIS, PAUL R., B.S., M.Ed.

Assistant Professor, School of Art

MITCHELL, MAVIS, B.S., M.A.

Assistant Professor, Health and Physical Education

MODLIN, RUTH, A.B., M.A., Ed.D.

Associate Professor, Education Department

MOORE, MIRIAM B., B.S., M.Ed., Ph.D.

Professor, Home Economics Department

MORRISON, ROBERT R., A.B., M.A.

Assistant Professor, Foreign Language Department

MURAD, ALFRED, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Foreign Language Department

MURRAY, ANNIE MAE, A.B., M.A.

Assistant Professor, Education Department

MURRAY, JANE, B.S.

Graduate Assistant, School of Music

MURRAY, PAUL, M.A., B.Ph., Ph.D.

Professor, Social Studies Department

MYERS, BOB, B.S., M.A.

Instructor, School of Business

MYERS, CHRISTINE F., B.S., M.A.

Instructor, School of Business

East Carolina College

Buccaneer Citation

Photography, music, and travel are the

hobbies of the Dean of the School of Art.

Born in Albany, New York, Dr. Wellington B.

Gray was educated in New York, Pennsylvania,

and Manila in the Philippine Islands. Prior to

coming to East Carolina in 1956, Dr. Gray has

served as a consultant designer, painter, and free

lance commercial artist. In his work at the College,

the Dean is president of the American Association of

University Professors, advisor to the Republican Club,

and chairman of the Buildings and Grounds Committee.

Dr. Gray is listed in Who's Who in America, Who's Who

in American Education, Directory of American Scholars,

Contemporary Authors, and Who's Who in Art.

Though a busy person with his many art interests,

the educator finds time for many civic endeavors.

These activities include Boy Scout work.

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Buccaneer Citation

A professor in the School of Business,

Dr. James L. White joined the faculty in 1948.

Mars Hill College. East Carolina College, and

Columbia University compose his educational

background. Upon graduation, this Phi Delta

Kappa member taught in New York and Georgia

before coming to Greenville.

Dr. White has co-authored a typewriting textbook,

Sustained Timed Writings, and has authored

Business Education in North Carolina and A Guide

to Curriculum Study in Business Education.

In the realm of extra activities, this native

of Scotland Neck is the State Advisor to the

Future Business Leaders of America and is a past

president of the North Carolina Business Education Council.

A great organizer of business conferences, Dr. White

has served as co-chairman of the Inauguration of

President Jenkins Committee and as chairman of

the Commencement Committee. Pi Omega Pi and Delta

Phi Epsilon are two business education fraternities

of which he is a member.

Faculty Members

NAPP, R. R., A.B., M.Ed.

Assistant Professor, Social Studies Department

NEEL, EARL M., B.S., M.S.

Assistant Professor, Geography Department

NEEL, FRANCIS LEE, B.S., M.A.

Associate Professor, Art Department

NICHOLS, ERNESTINE, B.S., M.S.

Assistant Professor, Home Economics Department

NICHOLSON, EDWARD M., B.S., M.A.

Instructor, Psychology Department

NIXON, CLIFFORD L. Ed.D.

Assistant Professor, Education Department

NIXON, RUTH H., Ed.D.

Assistant Professor, Education Department

OLSEN, HAROLD P., M.S.

Assistant Professor, Industrial Art Department

OWENS, PHOEBE B., M.A.

Librarian PARNELL, JAMES H., M.M.

Associate Professor, School of Music

PASCHAL, HERBERT R., A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Social Studies Department

PASCHAL, MARY, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Foreign Language Department

PASTI, JR., GEORGE, Ph.D.

Professor, Social Studies Department

PENNINGTON, RAYMOND B., B.S., M.Ed.

Instructor, Health and Physical Education Department

PEREJDA, ANDREW D., A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Geography Department

PERRY, EVELYN L., B.S.

Assistant Professor, School of Nursing

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Buccaneer Citation

Aurora College and George Washington University

compose the educational background of Dr. Frank G.

Fuller. A professor of education, he has taught in

Massachusetts, the District of Columbia, and Maryland

before joining the faculty of East Carolina College in 1949.

Sports, travel, photography, and music are the sources of

amusement for Dr. Fuller. His article "What About Guidance?"

appeared in an edition of North Carolina Education. In addition,

he has written an article on study habits for freshman orientation manuals.

As president of the North Carolina Personnel and Guidance Association

and the Pitt County Mental Health Association, Dr. Fuller displays his

civic endeavors. He serves the Greenville Moose Lodge as Governor.

On campus, he has served as president of the local chapter of the

North Carolina Education Association and Phi Delta Kappa.

Credit is due Dr. Fuller for the development of the graduate

program for the training of guidance counselors

PERRY, MARGUERITE, A.B., M.A.

Associate Professor, Foreign Languages Department

PIERCE. OVID. M.A.

Professor, English Department

PINION, MARGARET ANN, A.B., M.A.

Instructor, English Department

PITT, HENRY L.

Personnel Specialist, Air Science Department

POINDEXTER, JAMES E, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor, English Department

POINDEXTER, MARY, A.B., M.A.

Instructor, English Department

POSEY, MEREDITH NEILL, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor, English Department

POTTER, GWEN, M.A., C.P.A.

Associate Professor, School of Business

PREWETT, CLINTON, Ph.D.

Professor, Psychology Department

READ, FLOYD M., M.S.

Assistant Professor, Science Department

REEDER, GLEN P., Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Health and Physical Education Department

REILLY, BART M., A.B., M.A., S.T.L., S.T.D.

Associate Professor, English Department

REYNOLDS, CHARLES W., B.S., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor, Science Department

REYNOLDS, JOHN O., B.S., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor, Mathematics Department

REYNOLDS, LENA B., A.B., M.A.

Assistant Professor, English Department

ROYCE, GERALD ARTHUR, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor, School of Business

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College Faculty

RUSSELL, BETTY J., B.S., M.A.

Instructor, Health and Physical Education Department

SAUNDERS, FRANK W., A.B., M.A.

Professor, Mathematics Department

SCOTT, B. E., M.A.Ed.

Assistant Professor, Industrial Arts Department

SCOTT, PERCY CARDEN, B.S., M.S., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor, Mathematics Department

SERRINS, DAVID, A.B., M.A.

Assistant Professor, School of Music

SEXAUER, DONALD, B.S., M.A.

Assistant Professor, School of Art

SHANK, BARRY M., B.M.Ed, M.M.

Assistant Professor, School of Music

SHAW, RUTH GRABER, B.S., M.S.

Assistant Professor, School of Music

SHEA, JANICE, B.S, M.S.

Instructor, Home Economics Department

SHEA, PHILIP, M.A.

Assistant Professor, Geography Department

SILVERS, GRACE P., B.S., C.P.A.

Assistant Professor, School of Business

SIMPSON, DONALD G, B.S.

Major, Air Science Department

SIMPSON, EVERETT C., Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Science Department

SMILEY, WENDELL W., A.B, M.A.

Professor, Library Science Department

SNEDEN, JOHN A., JR., A.B., M.A.

Assistant Professor, English Department

SORENSEN, FREDERICK, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, English Department

SOUTHWICK, MILDRED D., A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Librarian

SPEIGHT, FRANCIS

Professor, School of Art

STALLINGS, NELL, M.A.

Associate Professor, Health and Physical Education Department

STASAVICH, CLARENCE, M.A.

Associate Professor, Health and Physical Education Department

STATON, MARY LOIS, Ph.D.

Professor, Education Department

STEELE, RALPH H., B.S., M.S.

Assistant Professor, Health and Physical Education Department

STEELE, MARY S., A.B., M.N.

Assistant Professor, School of Nursing

STEPHENSON, RICHARD, A.B., M.S.

Assistant Professor, Geography Department

STEVENS, CHARLES, B.A., M.A.

Assistant Professor, School of Music

STEWART, JAMES H, Ph.D.

Professor, School of Business

STEWART, LELAND, Ph.D.

Professor, Science Department

STILLWELL, EDGAR F., B.S., M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Science Department

STILLWELL, H. DANIEL, B.S., M.F., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Geography Department

STOUT, CARL E., B.M., M.A.

Instructor, School of Music

STRASSLER, PAUL GENE, B.S., M.Ed., M.S., M.A.

Associate Professor, School of Music

STRAWN, ALICE, B.S., M.A.

Associate Professor, Home Economics Department

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SUGGS, JOANNE L., B.S., M.P.H.

Assistant Professor, School of Nursing

SUTTON, VIRGINIA EVANS, B.S.

Librarian

SWINDELL, JR., LEWIS H., B.S., M.A., Ed.D.

Associate Professor, Education Department

THOMAS, DAVID N., M.A.

Assistant Professor, Social Studies Department

THORPE, CAROLYN, B.S., M.S.

Instructor, Health and Physical Education Department

TODD, RICHARD C., Ph.D.

Professor, Social Studies Department

TOLL, ELEANOR E., M.M., B.M.

Assistant Professor, School of Music

TOLL, PAUL A., A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor, Social Studies Department

TOWNSEND, FRANK C., M.A.

Assistant Professor, Mathematics Department

UTTERBACK, ELIZABETH, Ed.D.

Professor, English Department

VANSANT, HENRY, B.S., M.A.

Instructor, Health and Physical Education Department

VORNHOLT, DAN E., M.A., B.M.

Associate Professor, School of Music

WALDROP, BONNIE EVANS, B.S., A.A.

Instructor, School of Nursing

WALDROP, JR., PAUL E., B.S., M.Ed.

Assistant Professor, Industrial Arts Department

WALKER, ELIZABETH S., B.A., M.A.

Librarian

WANDERMAJN, HENRY, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Foreign Language Department

East Carolina College

Buccaneer Citation

A retired Colonel in the United States Army

Reserve, Dr. George C. Martin of the Department

of Geography has taught at the University of

Tennessee prior to joining the local faculty

in 1948. Educated at the University of Tennessee

and Ohio State University, Dr. Martin excels in

instructing capabilities and qualities which make

him a favorite with students.

An avid bridge fan, Dr. Martin is a former advisor

to the East Carolina Student Government Association.

He is a member of the National Science Foundation and

the Society of Sigma Xi.

This John A. Bownocker fellowship recipient has written

extensively about the geology of the Northern Swquatchie

Valley in East Tennessee.

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Faculty Members

WARREN, EVA W., A.B., M.Ed., M.P.H.

Professor, School of Nursing

WATSON, WILLIAM H., B.S., LL.B.

Instructor, School of Business

WEBBER, CARROLL A., M.A.

Assistant Professor, Mathematics Department

WELBORN, ODELL L., B.S., M.A.

Assistant Professor, Health and Physical Education Department

WHITE, GLADYS R., B.S., M.A.

Instructor, School of Music

WHITE, JAMES L., Ph.D.

Professor, School of Business

WHITE, KATHERINE WILSON, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor, English Department

WILDER, VERNIE, B.S., M.A.

Librarian

WILHELM, HOLMES, A.B., M.A.

Assistant Professor, Foreign Languages Department

WILLIAMS, LOUISE L., M.A.

Associate Professor, Mathematics Department

WILLIAMS, MARY E., A.B., M.A.

Librarian

WILLIAMS, ROBERT W., A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Social Studies Department

WILSON, DARRELL C., B.S., M.A.

Assistant Professor, Social Studies Department

WILTON, CHRISTINE, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.

Professor, Science Department

WINKLER, FRANCES R., A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Associate Professor, English Department

WOODSIDE, ROBERT, B.S., M.S.

Instructor, Mathematics Department

Buccaneer Citation

Born in Cordele, Georgia, Mr. Mac Hyman

makes his debut as a resident writer and

assistant professor of English at East

Carolina College. He attended North Georgia

State College, Duke University, and Auburn,

as well as doing graduate work at Columbia

University. A former Air Force pilot,

Mr. Hyman has twenty-three combat missions

over Japan to his credit.

The popular novel. No Time For Sergeants,

was authored by Mr. Hyman. It has been made

into a television show, a play, and a movie.

East Carolina's second popular novelist,

Mr. Hyman also has had short stories published

in Esquire, Paris Review, Nugget, and Arts Forum.

In addition to teaching and writing, Mr. Hyman

occasionally finds time to play a little

tennis and golf and hunt.

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Caught in the act of being themselves, members of the administrative

staff discuss current events over a cup of "Soda Shop Coffee

Close-Up on the College Staff

Coaches Clarence Stasavich and Earl Smith, along with Dr. N. M.

Jorgensen, enjoy watermelon, College Union-style.

Alumni Secretary, Miss Janice Hardison, tinkers under the hood of her MG.

A cigarette and a cup of coffee-that is Miss Gwen Potter's recipe for relaxation.

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Academics

As compared to the nine original departments,

East Carolina College now has seventeen fields

of study which compose the curriculum. In addition,

courses in agriculture, pulp and paper technology,

and engineering are offered. Preprofessional programs

are also available.

Within these departments, professors and students work

together for the betterment of the educational system.

Classes meet hourly for fifty minutes with the necessary

labs being longer. These phases of the College fashion

a great percentage of the academic program.

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Quizzes are administered in Austin Auditorium.

Three hundred and thirty cadets are in the Air Science

Department for the 1962-1963 academic term. Under the

supervision of Major Elbert L. Kidd, the staff of nine

guides these prospective second lieutenants of the United

States Air Force through a four-year program.

The activities of this realm of education include membership

in the Arnold Air Society for those excelling in Air Science,

the Drill team for those specializing in precision drilling,

or the Color Guard. A coeducational organization, the Angel Flight,

is also sponsored by the Department of Air Science.

An additional facility provided Air Science participants is the

lounge in the basement of Austin Building which is comparable

to the College Union.

Each week instructions in the field of Air Science are given

during the class lectures.

Precision marching is a test of the drill team's performance.

Department of Air Science

Rising to attention when an officer enters is standard procedure for Air Science students.

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School of Arts

October was an outstanding month for the School of Art.

At this time, the official title of school was awarded

this former department and affiliation with the National

Association of Schools of Art was also completed. Under the

leadership of Dr. Wellington B. Gray, the East Carolina School

of Art has the largest and most complete facilities for graphic

arts and ceramics in the South. Among other ratings, the school is

the largest collegiate art school in the mid-South and the only school

of art in North Carolina.

Numerous shows and exhibitions are staged by the sixteen faculty

members and the two hundred art majors. These students also form

an art club and exceptional students are members of the honorary

art fraternity, Delta Phi Delta.

Tedious work is encountered in the School of Art as this busy student

strives to finish her project.

Pottery, ceramics, and canvas work are three of the interesting phases

of art courses. Interested onlookers seem to agree that this phase,

at least, is one of interest.

"Field work" seems to be a portion of many courses, whether it be

art, science, or business. This coed strives to capture the beauty

of nature, as she alone sees it, on canvas.

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School of Business

With fourteen hundred and seventeen students working

toward a degree in Business, the School of Business ranks

twelfth in size of the departments of Business in the South.

Due to revised curriculum and increased standards, the department

has held a "school" status since 1961.

Dr. Elmer R. Browning serves the School of

Business as dean. Thirty-six full-time faculty

members compose the school's teaching staff.

Housed in Rawl Building, the School of Business

offers five plans, the newest being economics,

of majors from which to choose. After completing

the course requirements for a B.S., A.B., or M.A.

degree, business majors usually go into the field

of accounting, management, or teaching.

Five departmental organizations are available

to members of the School of Business who seek

closer affiliation with those in the same field.

Accounting puzzles many business students including

Miss Judy Whitfield. Here Mr. Cameron tries to show

her an easy way to the solution.

Dr. Dempsey, as well as the other professors, spends much

of her time in her office grading papers and reports.

Dr. Stewart explains the new degree in economics which

the School of Business is offering.

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Dr. Slaton spends much time evaluating student teachers

and offering then constructive criticism.

Department of Education

East Carolina is noted for its teacher training program.

The Education Department which has eleven hundred majors is

highly responsible for this status. Along with the academic

side of education comes the student organizations. Five such

societies are present on the campus.

In addition, this department, under the

leadership of Dr. Douglas R. Jones, also

offers special programs. Included are remedial

reading classes, guidance counseling, speech

correction sessions, and special summer reading clinics.

Education majors learn to play with the children they teach.

As is true with many college quizzes, time is an essential element.

A part of all instructors' time is that spent on administering tests.

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Authors, Ovid Williams Pierce and Mac Hyman, discuss a book at one of their frequent "gabfests.'

Departments of English

Bruce Howell demonstrates his speaking ability in Dr. Charles' speech class.

Teaching, journalism, and graduate work are the three major fields into

which the graduates of the English Department enter. With over three

hundred majors in the field, the department offers three degrees.

An English fraternity, Sigma Tau Delta, also advances the development

of the English curriculum on campus.

Acting as a service department, the English faculty, headed by

Dr. Meredith N. Posey, is composed of forty-three staff members

including two noted authors. Ovid Williams Pierce and Mac Hyman.

Two fellowships are also given by the department to deserving

graduate assistants. Future plans include a speech laboratory

and a further enlargement of the curriculum.

Two English majors listen as Dr. Posey, the department head,

counsels them about their courses for next quarter.

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Lab study is a requisite for all who study the foreign languages at East Carolina.

Department of Foreign Languages

Versatile instructors characterize the Department of Foreign Languages.

Local college students find that a foreign exchange student proves to be

both benficial and ineresting to work with.

French, Spanish, German, and Russian are the four languages offered by the

Foreign Languages Department. In order to enhance the study of these languages,

two foreign students are brought to the campus each year, therefore providing

communication in the native tongues. Sixty majors along with twelve instructors

are in the department. Candidates for the Bachelor of Arts degree also complete

twenty hours of foreign language.

Directed by Mr. James L. Fleming, a foreign language laboratory and a listening

and reading room has been established. Two foreign language majors have also won

the scholarships given by the American Association of University Women. Six students,

in addition, went abroad for further study this past summer.

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Rocks are thoroughly analyzed in the geology laboratory.

Dr. Cramer identifies specimens for these two students.

Department of Geography

Workshops, travel-study tours, and expansion are included

on the agenda for the Geography Department. With seventy

majors and twelve faculty members, the department is one of

the largest undergraduate departments of geography in the nation.

Cartography and geology laboratories are available for student use.

Upon the completion of either of the two degrees offered in geography,

the graduates usually enter city and regional planning, cartography,

teaching, or government work. An honorary geography fraternity,

Gamma Theta Upsilon, is also under the supervision of the department

which is directed by Dr. Robert E. Cramer.

Maps are studied by two geography majors.

Special points of interest are pointed out on the

globe under the supervision of Dr. DeVorsey.

Courses in mapmaking are completed through the use

of the necessary equipment in the cartography laboratory.

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Six onlookers observe the swimming instructor demonstrating the placement of the hands for a stroke.

Department of Health and Physical Education

Currently, three hundred and sixty students are majoring in the

Health and Physical Education Department. These students, along

with many more, are instructed by the twenty-two faculty members

of the department who are directed by Dr. N. M. Jorgensen.

Teaching and coaching are the major occupations of the graduates

of this department.

In addition to offering the Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts degrees,

the department is authorized to grant a certificate in recreation.

Five student organizations, including Phi Epsilon Kappa, the Women's

Recreation Association, the Physical Education Majors Club, the Weight

Training Club, and the Cudas of Carolina, are affiliated with this department.

The swimming pool, tennis courts, intramural areas, and athletic fields comprise

additional facilities.

Leisure time of many boys is spent in the weight lifting room.

"To the center of the circle and round you go"-goes the call periodically

in the square dancing class.

Staunch muscles lift a heavy weight as interested observers watch the

strength of this "Charles Atlas."

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Budget planning is an essential course in the Home Economics major's curriculum.

These three coeds prepare their own meals in one of the courses on foods.

With the acquisition of a new department director.

Dr. Miriam B. Moore, the Home Economics Department continues to strive for

more skilled homemakers. Upon the completion of the Bachelor of Science degree,

a great diversity of opportunities await the graduate of this department.

Included are the teaching, the home demonstration, and the foods fields.

Located in Flanagan Building, the Home Economics Department was originally

a part of the Science Department. Tremendous growth has taken place and now

the department is an active part of the campus through the sponsorship of the

Home Economics Club and Phi Omicron honor fraternity.

Departments of Home Economics

Planning a house involves intricate problems which are faced by these four

young ladies. They discuss their plans and seek the solutions.

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Department of Industrial Arts

Industry, government, and the teaching profession are

three major fields which graduates of the local Industrial

Arts Department go into. Established in 1949, the department

now has a staff of nine instructors who teach two courses to

the one hundred and fifty majors in the field.

Facilities in the basement of Flanagan Building for these students

include a welding library and 19,000 square feet of floor space,

added just this year.

Under the direction of Dr. Kenneth L. Bing, this academic department

sponsors two student organizations, the Industrial Arts Club and the

honorary fraternity, Alpha Delta Tau.

Instructors of the Industrial Arts Department find time to spend working

closely with their students.

Many phases of "tool work" are covered in the curriculum.

Scale models are made as projects for courses in Industrial Arts.

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Prior to graduation from the department, Library Science majors are

well-equipped and experienced in running the "desk."

Department of Library Science

Becoming familiar with all phases of research work in

the library is a major element of the work in the Library Science Department.

Beth Harris and Judy Belch supervise two Rose High students in their library research.

Established on the campus in 1936, the Library Science Department now offers

the Bachelor of Arts and the Master of Arts degrees. Currently, there are

twenty-five students carrying this educational realm as their major and

sixty persons who have library science as a minor.

An added outlet for those students interested in the library and its

facilities is the Library Club. This student organization is sponsored

by the Library Science Department which is headed by Mr. Wendell Smiley.

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Department of Mathematics

Claiming two hundred and twenty-seven majors and fifteen

full-time faculty members, the Mathematics Department,

with Dr. David R. Davis as head, is pranked in the American

Mathematics Society Notices. This department which offers three

degrees is one of East Carolina College's most stable areas of

education. Along with the many required mathematics courses and

laboratories, a major in this field can find outlets for his

energies in the Mathematics Club.

"Solutions come easy after exercise," explains this student to her

professor and a fellow classmate.

Calculators buzz as Mathematics majors learn the methods of using

these intricate machines.

Dr. Reynolds maintains a close watch on his students as they seek

to explain the mathematical equations.

Complicated mathematics problems are explained by Dr. Reynolds in Math 262.

Melba Rhue and Dr. Davis complete this problem to the chagrin of the other pupils in the classroom.

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Listening to the records in a designated room is an intergal part of the music theory classes.

School of Music

Performance at various conferences, civic meets, and festivals is

typical of the sixteen performance groups in the School of Music.

Annually the school initiates a series of programs including those

for television, for the Contemporary Music Festival and for the Summer Music Camp.

Offering five degrees, this new school has one hundred and seventy majors

who are taught by thirty-four instructors. Included on the staff are two

composers. Dr. Martin Mailman and Mr. James H. Parnell. These faculty members

who serve as guest conductors and composers throughout the state also aid the

programs of five musical organizations within the school.

Traditional sounds of the opening and closing of the lockers are heard throughout

the Music Hall every day.

Practice sessions on the violins can be enjoyable and beneficial to the

student in their field of music.

Footwork, finger work, and mental work go into the playing of the Austin organ.

Traditional sounds of the opening and closing of the lockers are heard throughout

the Music Hall every day.

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A trip to Pitt Memorial Hospital is on the agenda for student

nurses several mornings of the week.

School of Nursing

Established through an act of the State Legislature in 1959,

the School of Nursing was the first department to gain the status

on the campus. Guided by Mrs. Eva Warren, this school, which is

accredited by the State Board and the National League for Nursing,

has grown to a staff of ten teachers with approximately eighty

students working toward the Bachelor of Science Degree.

Facilities for the student nurses are made available by the

selected hospitals and other community agencies. On campus,

the school is provided with a nursing laboratory located on the

third floor of Graham Building.

Turning a patient over in the bed by a lifter is a process which is

taught to the nursing students.

Interesting bulletin board demonstation aid the future nurses in their

medical knowledge.

The nursing dummy's blood pressure is tested by two of the pupils

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Department of Psychology

Monty Mills watches Mr. Ed Nicholson grade her aptitude test on the

IBM electronic test scorer. When the results tally, she becomes awed by the outcome.

Interviewing is an aspect of the psychological method used in counseling students.

Future plans within the Psychology Department place greater emphasis on the clinical

aspects of the subject matter. A testing center has been established in order to attain

this goal. Under the direction of Dr. Clinton R. Prewett, this department stresses student

research among its thirteen faculty members and two hundred majors.

Teaching and mental health clinic work claim the majority of the graduates of this department.

Psychology majors also may obtain membership in their student organization, the Psychology Club.

"Watch that story telling," the examiner seems to say as a pupil is tested on the polygraph.

Dr. Prewett, head of the Psychology Department, advises Frank Galloway and Donna Cain on their courses.

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Department of Science

A variety of events go on simultaneously in many science courses.

Tremendous growth has occurred in the Science Department within the past

seventeen years. In 1945, there were six teachers in the department.

Now there are twenty-six with Dr. Charles W. Reynolds as the director.

Likewise, the number of majors has increased to over four hundred. Teaching,

industry, and technology are the primary fields into which these students go.

Included in the curriculum are four major fields of study-biology, chemistry,

physics, and general science. In addition, facilities for the students consist

of a photography laboratory, several darkrooms, and numerous research laboratories.

Seminars also are being held, and two student organizations are outgrowths of the Science Department.

Faculty members of the Science Department often meet with Director Charles Reynolds

for current events, class problems, or mere social visits.

Labs are an important part of science.

Students find research and experimentation an interesting field in which to study.

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Counseling and guidance are a part of a professor's schedule

in the Social Studies Department.

To give students a thorough understanding of society as

a whole is the general aim of the Social Studies Department.

With thirty-one full-time professors and five graduate assistants,

the department strives for this goal.

All students including the seven hundred and twenty Social Studies

majors are subjected to public lectures which have included the

Danforth Foundation Project and the World Affairs Institute.

Led by Dr. Paul Murray, the departmental graduates usually become

teachers or social workers. As students in the department, they were

offered courses in history, government, and sociology.

Dr. Steelman lectures her history class on the events which took place

in the United States during the early 1800's.

Deparment of Social Studies

Dr. Steelman lectures her history class on the events which took place in the

United States during the early 1800's.

Dr. Todd, Dr. Howell, Dr. Paschal, and Dr. Williams informally chat

about a recent research report.

Points of interest in the world are noted by Professors Howell, Coleman,

Pasti, and Stokes.

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Residences

Twelve dormitories house the students who live on the campus.

Within these "homes away from home," residents and counselors act

as the guides to more than fifty per cent of the College enrollment.

These residences include Wilson Hall, the oldest, which was erected in 1908,

and New Dorm which was completed for the 1963 term. Other residences for

College students include off-campus housing and fraternity or sorority houses.

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Resident Counselors

Fifteen resident counselors, three men and twelve ladies,

compose the supervision of the students who live in the twelve

dormitories of the East Carolina College campus. These people

act as guides and counselors to the students who reside in the

dormitories. Dean Ruth White heads the women counselors.

The men counselors are under the Director of Housing, Mr. Dan Kenneth Wooten.

MISS SOPHIE FISCHEL, Garrett Hall

MRS. RUTH GARNER, Fleming Hall

MRS. CAROLYN F. RAPER, Cotten Hall

MRS. ALBERT TAYLOR, Woman's Hall

MRS. NANCY HAWTHORNE, Ragsdale Hall

MR. CHARLES SPIEGLE, Aycock Hall

MR. ED NICHOLSON, New Dorm

MISS ALMA BIZZELL, Cotten Hall

MRS. HELEN SNYDER, Garrett Hall

MRS. CHARLOTTE KNIGHTEN, Wilson Hall

MRS. BRUNIE YARLEY, Slay Hall; MRS. REPSY BAKER, Jarvis Hall;

MRS. DAISY ROGERS, Umstead Hall.

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Cotten Hall

President Nancy Freeman

Vice President Marita Rosental

Secretary Carol Morris

Treasurer Euleta Johnson

Ragsdale Hall

Presdient Barbara Johnson

Vice President Jo Ann Gupton

Secretary Geraldine Kennedy

Treasurer Carolyn Shearin

Senate Representative Audrey Porter

wilson Hall

President Kay Yow

Vice President Frances Still

Secretary Jackie Hendricks

Treasurer Winnie Odom

Senate Representative patsy Kennedy

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Jones Hall

President Russell G. Sherrill

Vice President George Way

Secretary Richard Stokes

Treasurer Norman Lieberman

Aycock Hall

President Doug Langston

Vice President James Barefoot

Secretary Randy Cain

Treasurer Mike Senkier

Fleming Hall

President Judy Redfern

Vice President Peggy Davis

Secretary Elaine Brewer

Treasurer Priscilla Lynch

Senate Representative Georgia Hooks

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Umstead Hall

East Wing

President Cynthia Holt

vice President Luray Mitchell

Secretary Cinda Parmelee

Treasurer Celia Orr

West Wing

President Sharon Sullivan

Vice President Penny Houston

Secretary Grace Dail

Treasurer Jane Tingen

New Dorm

President Oran Perry

Vice-President Ray Stevens

Secretary Eldon Lane Nelson

Treasurer Kenneth Lee Joyner

Garrett Hall

West Wing

President Lynda Lewis

Vice-President Judy Godwin

Secretary Nell Garner

Treasurer Vivian Lindsay

East Wing

President Janice Taylor

Vice-President Katrina Crumpler

Secretary Sandra Cobb

Treasurer Sylvia Harris

Senate Representative Dorothy Townsend

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Slay Hall

President Tomye Suggs

Vice-President Bobbie Sumrell

Secretary Janice Boyette

Treasurer Kaye Epton

Jarvis Hall

President Linda Slaughter

Vice-President Matilda West

Secretary Jeannette Harris

Treasurer Julia Payne

Woman's Hall

President Della Basnight

Vice-President Jackie Pettigrew

Secretary Ruth Grissom

Treasurer Peggy Mercer

Senate Representative Linda Cox

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Facilities

From the heat in the classrooms to the books in th library-these

are the facilities offered to the students of East Carolina College.

Registration, personal appearance on radios and television, and activities

of the College Union are included in these assets to the College student.

Every day, these people are the ones who work behind the scenes. Little

recognition is received, but they continue their timely vigil. Together these

facilities form a major portion of the College.

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Alumni Association

Organized on June 5, 1912, by the Classes of 1911 and 1912,

the Alumni Association of East Carolina College was founded to

develop a spirit of cooperation among its members, to increase a

spirit of loyalty to its Alma Mater and to promote the general welfare

of the institution. Maintaining an alphabetical file of all graduates,

a class file, and a geographical file, this association keeps alumni

informed about college activities, encourages alumni to represent the

College in their communities, and urges each alumnus to make an annual

contribution to the College.

Activities of the Alumni Association include the publication of a monthly

news bulletin and a quarterly magazine. These phases of the association's

work are" under the supervision of Alumni Secretary Janice G. Hardison.

Miss Hardison has worked closely with the establishment of the ECC Development Fund.

Miss Janice G. Hardison assumed the title of Director of Foundations and Alumni

on June 1, 1962, following several years in the teaching profession.

Student assistants find that their work is cut out for them once each month

when the bulletins are ready for distribution.

Mrs. Frances Van Nortwick serves Miss Hardison as secretary. Her duties, consequently, require many hours at the typewriter.

The alumni of the College, under Alumni Secretary Hardison's leadership, have taken an active part in the Liggett

for the benefit of the Ficklin Memorial Stadium.

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Many alumni and friends were on hand for Commencement activities

in May, 1962. On everyone's agenda was a tour of the Alumni-Faculty

Building and a visit with the new Director of Foundation and Alumni Activities.

Miss Ruth Bostian, a former student at the College, is one of the many alumni

interested in the Paper Penny Campaign. When visiting the campus last summer,

she presented Dr. Robert Holt another of her wrapper collections.

Association officers for the year are Mr. Fodie H. Hodges of Kinston,

president; Mrs. E. S. Simpson of Smithfield, vice president, not pictured;

Mrs. Ruth Garner of Greenville, treasurer; and Miss Janice Hardison, Alumni Secretary.

Due to the growth and expansion of the College, the Mamie Jenkins Alumni-Faculty

Building now houses the Placement Bureau, the Credit Union, and the Student Teaching

Center, as well as the office of Foundations and Alumni Activities.

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Jim Chesnutt, SGA treasurer, and Mr. Alton Finch, Student Fund Advisor,

discuss improvement plans for the SFAO.

A daily task of Mrs. Frances Dorey is that of cashing checks for the students who go to the Student Bank.

Mrs. Doris Henderson serves the SFAO as accountant.

Student Fund Accounting Office

Approximately one hundred and twenty thousand dollars

is disbursed each year through the facilities of the Student

Fund Accounting Office. This office maintains records of all

receipts and disbursements for each of the organizations supported

by the Student Government Association. Mrs. Doris Henderson, Accountant,

is head of the Student Fund Accounting Office aided by faculty advisor,

Mr. Alton Finch, of the School of Business.

Student Bank

Under the auspices of the Student Government Association, the Student

Bank cashes checks and opens accounts for those students who wish to use

its services. The bank is not open to the public and is strictly for the

convenience of the East Carolina College students. This facility is located

in the basement of Austin Building.

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News Bureau

Under the supervision of Miss Mary H. Greene, the College News Bureau

strives to keep the general public informed on happenings on the campus,

plus to give coverage through the news media of student achievement.

Established in the early days of the College, this facility now sends many

news releases daily to a mailing list of over two hundred newspapers, alumni

bulletins, and professional pamphlets. Currently, the News Bureau averages

approximately one hundred published articles per week in North Carolina newspapers alone.

Miss Mary H. Greene, Director of the News Bureau and Assistant Director of Public Relations,

serves as an instructor in the English Department, in addition to her many duties

in this news covering capacity.

Personable Miss Sarah Kirkpatrick assistant writes and serves the Bureau as Miss Green's Personal assistant.

Mrs. Virgnia P. Dansey handles the many secretarial chores involved with News Bureau production.

In order to carry on the many tasks involved in production, student assistants work in part-time capacities.

The students are Tony R. Bowen, student reporter; James Ferrell, graduate assistant; Mike Lewis, photographer;

Judy Spruill and Johnny Parker, office assistants.

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College Union

Miss Cynthia Mendenhall serves the College Union as Director

of College Union Activities. Mrs. Scarlett Miller is her assistant.

One of the most successful events of the year, staged by the College

Union, was the Halloween Party.

Through the facilities of the College Union, an appeal is made to a

variety of recreational interests. Television, bridge, table tennis, and

dancing are just a few of these aspects. In most of these fields, tournaments

are held. Each year, foreign students are honored at a reception, as a part of

the College Union's special events program.

The College Union serves as an information center, a checking station, a lost

and found headquarters, and a general gathering center.

"Of, for, and by the students"-this is the motto of the College Union.

Between and after classes, the College Union is used to "while away the leisure hours."

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Bridge and other forms of card-playing are a continuous activity of the College Union.

Dances are always on the agenda of the CU.

Always eager to serve, Miss Mendenhall continues to look out for the College set.

No matter what the name-ping pong or table tennis-it is a favorite sport in the CU.

Though not the most popular facility of the College Union, the television sets run almost constantly.

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Infirmary

For the usual variety of minor ills that prevail

at East Carolina, proper medical care is available

through the College Infirmary. Three physicians and

four registered nurses staff the Infirmary. Dr. C. F.

Irons heads the staff. Services of the medical center

are free to the student body. A portion of the funds

necessary to maintain the Infirmary comes from fees paid

by the student in the form of a general fee.

Doctors C. F. and Malene Irons discuss the problems involved

with running efficient Infirmary.

Vaccinations are given occasionally to students who find it

necessary to seek bed in the College Infirmary because of a virus.

Blood pressure checking is not a rarity for these nurses.

Clinic hours can be the "trying times" for students as well as the

Infirmary personnel. Students come in through for medical aid.

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Library

Handling over 200,000 volumes of books is the job

of the Head Librarian Mr. Wendell Smiley.

Eighteen professional librarians and sixty students compose

the staff of Joyner Library. Located conveniently in the center

of the main campus, the library greatly aids the students.

Its modern facilities including the reading rooms, the periodical room,

and the North Carolina Reference Room are available at designated hours.

Completed in 1955, this educational center houses over 200,000 volumes which

include microprint copies of every book printed in America before 1800.

In addition, Joyner Library subscribes to 750 periodicals and binds

approximately ninety per cent of them for future reference.

Even in the early afternoon, the library is well-used for study,

research, and leisure reading.

Operating and maintaining the College switchboard is a part of library staff duties.

A beautiful, modern library houses the thousands of volumes of books owned by the College.

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Radio and Television

Dr. Corinne Rickert, Director of On-Campus

Rick Brewer serves as station manager for the

FM facilities on campus.

As station manager, Jerry Winberry oversees the

schedule of the campus radio station.

A part of the job of the student disc jockey is to keep

an accurate of broadcasting time.

Miss Rosalind Roulston, Director of Radio and Television, and

Di Miriam Moore, Director of the Home Economics Department, listen

to tapes they have made for release outside the College.

Monitors are watched intently as a program is being televised.

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WWWS-AM

Located in Joyner Memorial Library, the campus

AM studios featured a campaign to raise money for

the United Nations International Children's Emergency

Fund this year. This project is just one of their civic endeavors.

This part of WWWS radio is self-supporting. With a staff of thirty,

the programs of this station consist of dedications, old favorites and

popular music. Remote facilities enable this station to broadcast from

the College Union a program known as the "Dance Party." Air time is

from 3:00 p.m. to 12:00 midnight.

WWWS-FM

Founded in 1957, the FM facilities of WWWS radio serves the College

as publicity and public relations agent. Broadway hits, jazz, and

classical music compose the format of this communications medium.

In addition, its services include broadcasts from British and French

Broadcasting Companies.

Located on the third floor of Austin Building, and with an office on

the second floor of the library, this station is College-owned and

operated by students as an extracurricular activity.

A signal is given behind the scenes for the telecast to begin.

Off duty, bridge is favorite pastime of the broadcasting staff.

WWWS-TV

Established in September, 1958, the campus television

station is financed through the auspices of the College.

This facility is a means of educating as well as for entertaining.

In order to provide entertainment for the student body, the Television

Guild was organized. This organization is interested in giving its

members experience in the television field. This closed circuit station

is manned by a staff of twenty persons.

Personnel of the station prepare for a broadcast.

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Cafeterias

Mr. Paul Julian is responsible for the efficiency of the cafeterias.

Excellent food at reasonable prices is the policy of the College cafeterias.

Operating on a three meal basis seven days per week, the cafeteria system

maintains four dining halls for the convenience of the College students and staff.

Three of the four cafeterias are located in the center of campus in the same building

which houses the post office and book store. The fourth such dining hall is located in

Jones Hall on College Hill Drive.

These state-owned facilities are non-profit dining halls. Approximately seventy-eight students

have part-time employment in the cafeterias. The East Carolina College cafeterias are

supervised by Mr. Paul Julian. Director.

Long lines of students and faculty anxiously await the serving of food.

Even with four dining halls available, lines such as these always prevail.

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Highly technical procedure are involved in the operation of East Carolina's newly-acquired IBM machines.

IBM Facilities

The fall of 1962 marked the beginning of the use of the IBM

facilities at the College. Among the operations of this equipment

are pre-registration, drop-add procedures, and grade summaries.

This electronic data processing method saves labor and time and

simplifies previous procedures used by the College.

Post Office

Directed by Mrs. Mildred Manning, the College Post Office is open

to all women students residing in dormitories. Male students are

serviced in their respective dormitories. Day students may rent a

postal box at their option. The campus mail facilities are available

through the payment of a nominal fee for box rental. Mail is delivered

twice and picked up three times daily.

Mrs. James Rogers, assistant postmistress, sells stamps, envelopes,

and post cards at the post office window.

A daily ritual for Mrs. Mildred Manning is the sorting of mail.

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Extension Program

This year marks the first year of tenure

for Dr. David Middleton, Director of Extension.

Workshops and community field classes are under the

supervision of the Extension Department. Dr. David

J. Middleton. the director, arranges for teachers of

the various classes, sets up schedules, and determines

the location of the field classes.

Five schools constitute the extension portion of the College.

These facilities are located at Cherry Point, Goldsboro, Washington,

Kinston, and New Bern. In addition, there is a branch of the College

at Camp Lejeune. This facility affords the College to boast that there

are more members of the U. S. Marine Corps enrolled here than at any other

institution of higher learning in the world. Approximately 3000 persons take

advantage of these schools each quarter.

American Government, a course in the Social Studies Department,

is one of the many classes conducted through the Extension Program.

Mrs. Carolyn Harward and Miss Julia Teasley assist Dr. Middleton with his office chores.

Military personnel view a schedule of courses being offered at Cherry Point Marine Corps Air Station.

Extension students enjoy a break between classes at Building 39 located at Cherry Point.

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Laundry

Employing thirty-five persons, the College Laundry

is owned and operated by the College. Pick-up and

delivery service is a feature of this facility.

Mr. W. E. Boswell supervises the posting of a

schedule for each dormitory and guides the general

operations of the laundry.

Five dollars out of every campus student's tuition is

designated for use as his laundry fee. This facility is

also available to day students. With the opening of additional

space this year, the laundry has provided a much improved

facility for the students' use.

Maintenance Deparment

Keeping the premises and buildings of

the College in good condition is the

primary function of the maintenance department.

Under the supervision of Mr. James N. Caprell,

the eighty-two employees of this department

furnish the heat, light, and other extra facilities

for the six thousand students of East Carolina College.

Mr. Walter Boswell, Superintendent of the Laundry,is the oldest,

in point of service, of any staff member of the College.

A big project for the maintenance men in 1962 was the

renovation of Wright Building.

Handling an infinite variety of duties is Mr. J. N.

Caprell, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds.

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Placement Bureau Director Mr. G. Allan Nelms

dictates to his secretary, Mrs. June Porter,

East Carolina students meet with company

representatives at the Placement Bureau for interviews.

Placement Bureau

All graduates of East Carolina College are eligible for the

free services rendered by the College Placement Bureau.

Upon request by a prospective employer, persons who have a

record in the active file are recommended and then confidential

brochures are sent to the employer. In addition, scheduled interviews

may be arranged when recruiters come to the campus.

Chief Harrell is a familiar person to everyone as he

makes his routine patrols on the campus.

Campus Police

Supervised by Chief Johnnie Harrell, the police force

of East Carolina College consists of four officers.

Maintaining a patrol twenty-four hours a day, these men

preserve peace, promote safety, and provide protection.

The office of the Campus Police is located in the basement of Fleming Hall.

Campus policemen are Elwood F. Pittman, William C. Flake,

Chief Johnnie Harrell, and Fenton F. Crawford.

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Student Supply Stores

Textbooks, decals, sweatshirts, and other miscellaneous

items for the College student are available through one

of the two such Student Supply Stores. For refreshments,

there are also two soda shops to please the student body.

Under the direction of Mr. Joseph Clark, these stores operate

for the convenience of the College students. One soda shop and the

Stationery Store are located in Wright, on the basement floor.

The other soda shop and the Book Store are located under the South Cafeteria.

Possibly the favorite place on campus with the students is

the soda shops, one in Wright and one in the cafeterias building.

Always a problem-deciding which one to buy. With such a riety of

goods to appeal to the college coed, the Stationery Store offers

more than its name would suggest.

Many coeds find part-time employment in one of the four Student Supply Stores.

This pretty coed seems to be getting practical experience along with her employment.

Mr. Joseph Clark directs the activities of the Student Supply Stores.

Always a popular place for buying and selling textbooks, the College Book

Store is another division of the Student Supply Stores.

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Our College Life

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Engaging in late night bull sessions,

electing student leaders, conferring

honors upon our fellow students, selecting

beauty queens, planning and enjoying campus

entertainment, carnivals, sports, weekend dances,

trips to the beach, the hilarity of winter snow,

the restlessness of spring-these are aspects of

campus life. From Garrett Hall to College Hill Drive,

our campus life prevails. It is found here because we

are here, and it lives because we live. This is the human,

the personal, and the warm aspect of a large and proud College.

It is not something separate in itself, but a quality of our

College that is interwoven into every aspect of our campus life.

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Spring

Commencement, Awards Day, the College

Union Carnival and the Spring Elections

were the highlights on the East Carolina

College campus in the Spring of 1962.

Crowds hustled to obtain their yearbooks,

several hundred students thronged the College

Union on Carnival Night, Wright Auditorium overflowed

with people for the "Miss Greenville Pageant," and proud

friends and parents witnessed the graduation of more

than one thousand students on Sunday, May 27.

Culture appeared on the campus in the form of the Entertainment

Series and the Fine Arts Festival with numerous art exhibitions

confronting visitors as they wandered in the patio between the

cafeterias. As usual, the April rains beseiged the campus and the

"Spring fever" became quite contagious. This eventful quarter concluded

a memorable year, 1962, at East Carolina College.

Paintings and sculpture added to the success of the

Fine Arts Festival which made its debut in the Spring.

Spring Ushered In Numerous

Jerry Liles and his combo provided the music throughout the

first Fine Arts Festival which was climaxed by the evening concert under the stars.

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Jayne Chandler watched as the tickets for

"Guys and Dolls" being issued in the CU.

Edmund H. Harding of Washington, North Carolina,

delivered the address at the Senior Banquet

which was held April 3.

Campus Activities

Students canvassed the College grounds, seeking votes

for their favorite candidate in the Spring Elections.

Jim Blanton casts his ballot for Student Government

officers during the campaign.

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"Yes, sir, those pies certainly did taste good,"

quipped Dr. Morton Winsberg.

Attempting to ring the swinging leg was the object

at the Alpha Delta Pi's carnival booth.

The College Union

"Your future looks bright," said Nancy Wright

as she predicted fortunes at the Alpha Phi booth.

With a swinging combo inside, the Phi Mus held a

"Screaming Zeta" dance party.

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Carnival

Roma Cummings edged on her turtle to

win at the Alpha Xi Delta booth.

Kappa Delta's kissing booth proved

popular to tin male set.

"A little lower now" was the cry as Janice Sessoms

swayed to the Limo Rock.

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Graduation

Sunday, May 27, was full of excitement for

more than one thousand East Carolina College

graduates. Many friends and relatives packed the

stadium to witness the graduation exercises which

were conducted under threatening skies. This finale

concluded a weekend of activities including the

commencement rehearsal, the alumni luncheon, and the

patio party given by President and Mrs. Jenkins.

United States Commissioner of Education Sterling

M. McMurrin delivered the commencement address.

Captain Baker made a final check before the

processional entered the stadium.

commencement Attract

Commissioner of Education Sterling M. McMurrin

was the principal speaker at the exercises.

With Austin Building in the background, Camilla

Henderson and Otis Strother left their Alma Mater.

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Chief Marshal Mary Jo Lancaster led the commencement processional.

Throngs to Campus

Dr. William H. Durham assisted in the distribution

of diplomas in the School of Business.

Marching four abreast, the graduation processional formed in front of Rawl Building/

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Greek Week

A Pika trio exhibited their versatile abilities

in the Greek Week Talent Show.

Continuing the talent portion of the Greek Week

festivities was the ever-populated minstrel acts.

Spring Life Blossomed

Rawl Building and Cherry Blossom time.

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Six young men called the Duke's Men of Yale

displayed their talents at East Carolina,

a performance included in their Southern tour.

Students thronged to see the popular Four Freshmen quartet in May.

Variey of Events

Many hours of waiting was a thing of the past when the 1962

BUCCANEERS were distributed. Circle K and Delta Sigma Pi aided

the yearbook staff in eliminating previous confusion and chaos.

"Brother" Dave Gardner, at a serious moment, discuss his philosophy

with Dr. Cleveland Bradner.

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As the 1961 State Student Legislature ended,

East Carolina had two officers at top positions.

Bill Eyerman and David Shearin were named to the

positions of president and treasurer, respectively.

Fred Robertson, BUCCANEER photographer, explains the

techniques of his profession at the Second Annual

Publications Conference held at East Carolina College.

Conference Highlighted Spring Quarter

Each Spring the College honors students who have been

cited for outstanding service to the campus. This annual

event is called Awards Day. Special trophies are awarded

deserving groups and individuals, the Who's Who members are

recognized, and individuals who have excelled in campus

organizations are given citations. Among such winners in

1962 were Don Graziano, Patsy Elliott, and Merle Summers.

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Summer

Enrollment for the Summer sessions at

East Carolina reached an all-time high of

5,252 students. This figure was an increase

of 402 over the former high set the previous year.

With these students, campus life came into full bloom.

The College Union sponsored ice cream and bingo parties

and watermelon slicings which whetted the throats of many

students during the seething climate of the Summer months.

Johnny Nash was the highlight of the Summer School Entertainment

Series, and numerous Liggett and Myers cigarette packs for the

stadium fund were counted. In addition, fireworks burst forth in

keeping with the Fourth of July traditional festivities. August

brought an end to the Summer session's well-rounded activities.

Sun, sand, and surf were an Integral part of the atomsphere

as the College set flocked to nearby Whichard's Beach.

>f the atmosphere as the College

As Registration Approached

June 11, 1962

Summer School Registration






Amid the pleasing Summer weather, students like Stuart Siegel

and Juanita Nichols engaged in friendly chats.

Coeds continued to count the Liggett and Myers packs

during the Summer Session.

Beaches Beckoned

Judy Graham, Shirley McCullen, Carol McCullen and

Rufus Freeman enjoyed in afternoon at the Putt-Putt Golf Course.

Johnny Nash entertained the student body as a feature

of the Entertainment Series.

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Jerry Winberry, campus Dee Jay, seems to be adding to

the merriment of the College Union dances.

Summer School seemed like an excellent time for the

United States Naval recruiting program.

and School Work Suffered.

The cool gym floor added to the pleasure of the Johnny Nash Concert.

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With ice cream and bingo as the center of attention, Bill Brogden,

Pete Thorell, and Lorna Skoland enjoyed another College Union party.

Anne Bradford performed her rendition of "Honey Bun"

at the Summer School Talent

Summer Brought Ice Cream,

There was always plenty of ice cream to help pass away leisure time

during the Summer's heat; even enough for seconds to those who might

have dropped their first cone.

Down went the "red meat" as Frank Trent feasted at one

of the numerous watermelon cuttings.

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Many people flocked to the stadium to witness the Fourth of July

which was climaxed by tremendous fireworks exhibition.

"I touch your lips and all at once the sparks go flying" seems

to be the case of this couple on the Fourth of July.

Watermelon and Bingo to the Campus.

Free "melon" played a dominant role in Summer life

Morsels of watermelon disappeared as Harriett Edwards enjoyed her slice.

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Entertainment was at a high pitch during

the two sessions of the 1962 Summer School.

Leading jazz groups including the Ramsey Lewis

Trio visited the campus. Local talent was not

forgotten as the combos played frequently at the

College Union dances. In addition, the School of

Music presented its Summer mall concert. All total,

music in one form or another was quite prevalent during

these twelve active weeks.

Bill Eyerman, Ring Committee Chairman, signed a new contract

with L. G. Balfour Company during the Summer Session. At this time,

the committee also adopted a new design for the College ring which

included the School Seal, and a campus landmark, the Wright Fountain.

Summer Sessions Ended August 23.

The Ramsey Lewis Trio.

Another College Union dance party.

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Fall

Orientation programs for the freshmen included nightly College Union

Patio Dances. A local combo usually provided the entertainment.

Returning to school and beginning a new school year

were the first tasks as nearly six thousand students

invaded the College campus. After being somewhat confused

by what the IBM machine's tabulated schedules,

the Fall Quarter finally began.

Amid all the mass confusion, football season started with

the imagery and vigor of the game and soon came Homecoming

with its pageantry. The College Union added activity to the

campus with its combo dances and the Limelighters and Smothers

Brothers visited East Carolina as part of the Entertainment Series.

Fall Quarter was the time for the students to join one of the many

campus extracurricular activities. In addition, the Departments of Music

and Art became schools. Miss Ruth White. Dean of Women, was honored on her

twenty-fifth anniversary at the College, and climaxing the quarter were

the dreaded final examinations.

Freshman Orientation Began September 10.

Brenda Reges and Bill Eyerman issued the students IBM

printed ID cards at the beginning of Fall Quarter.

A new addition to the orientation program was the administering

of a swimming proficiency test. Miss Gay Hogan aided in this

phase of the freshman activities.

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Art Platt finds the area outside the College Union

a place to study between classes.

The first chill of Fall brings an air of

restfulness to a usually busy campus sidewalk.

IBM and Frosh Join the College Family.

Picking up schedules after the IBM machines had finished with them

seems like an easy task but proved quite to the contrary, Fall Quarter.

Who said this "master mind" would eliminate this waiting in line?

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Mike Senkier, Elizabeth Glover, Jack Phillips, and Bill Phelps escort

Dean Ruth White to Garrett Hall for an anniversary tea given in her honor.

In recognition for Dean Ruth White's 25 years of service,

each coed's dormitory contributed to the presentation of a tray of goblets.

These freshman coeds provided an evening of entertainment at the

"powder puff" football game.

President Leo W. Jenkins and family held an "open house" for members of the

Student Government Association and the College publications.

Dr. James H. Tucker chats with Maggie Tamura and friend at the

Foreign Student's Tea sponsored by the College Union.

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One of the most vigorous campus political battles is

the competition for Freshman Class offices.

Freshmen Elections and Entertainment..

'"Oh sleep, it is a gentle thing ..." This student was caught napping.

between classes in a precarious position in the Wright Lobby.

Dr. Leo W. Jenkins addresses the Freshman Class during

the opening of Freshman Orientation.

Roses and serenading and a kiss are traditional with

Delta Sigma Pi "pinning ceremonies."

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Throngs of students headed for the Memorial Gymnasium

for a concert by the renowned

The popular vocal group made its first

appearance the local campus.

Highlight Fall Activity.

One of the biggest events of the Entertainment Series

was the "Limeliters" concert.

A comical bass solo was among the numbers

presented by the Smother Brothers.

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Homecoming

Highlighted by an overwhelming 36-8

victory over Newberry, Homecoming '62

was a time for beautiful floats, eyecatching

coeds and high spirits. The crowning of

Miss Tomye Suggs as Homecoming Queen at the

Queen's Pageant, and top entertainment by

Johnny Nash, Frank Gorshin, and Valjean were

components of the most festive week-end.

Stuffing napkins was a task of many of East Carolina's coeds.

Chi Omega's launched their big project for Homecoming

...a float depicting the Cape Hatteras lighthouse.

A Varsity victory, Returning Alumni, and

Much of the weeks prior to the big weekend

Garrett Hall decorations saluted North Carolina's famed battleship.

the USS North Carolina.

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Enthusiastic fans carried their complimentary

megaphones into the stand for the anticipated cheers.

Aftermath of Homecoming . . . debris from Lambda Chi

Alpha's float with Homecoming score, hung in effigy.

A capacity crowd jammed the stadium for Homecoming 1962.

The KA's annually don their uniforms for the Homecoming Parade.

Excited Students Characterized Homecoming.

East Carolina cheerleaders were among the leaders in the

Homecoming parade, already exhibiting their enthusiasm

for a V-I-C-T-O-R-Y!

Colorful parade floats depicting a "Salute to North Carolina"

were on hand for ECC's 1962 Homecoming.

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What's in an Experience?

Pika's and Sigma Nu's battled..

in their annual gridiron game.

What do you mean 'How's the weather up there?'

With the convenience and facilities of home,

many East Carolina students find living in

"off-campus" apartments a most amiable

aspect of college life.

The BUCCANEER photographer invaded 212

South Pitt Street to find the above living

conditions in the apartment of Bob Curtiss,

Tom Mackey, Jim Hammond, and Ted Whitmyer.

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Garrett Dormitory honored the members of the Pirate

basketball team at a special hour. During the event,

coeds served refreshments and the group gathered around

the piano to enjoy a festive songfest.

The Much Needed Christmas Holidays

WWWS Campus Radio carried out its "radiothon" for UNICEF.

The College Union seemed a likely spot to solict doantions.

Entertaining the students and alumni at the Queen's Coronation

Pageant during the Homecoming festivities was famed panist Valjean.

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Doug Crumpler and Tom Mallison requested the autograph

of William Warfield (Ole Man River) when he visited

the campus as a part of the Entertainment Series.

Massedby energetic students, the Limeliters signed

autographs and chatted with their fans.

The Pitt County Fair beckoned many college

students. Judy Whitfield left her studies to

join in the merriment.

Winter Quarter Was Characterized by

As the gaily colored lights went up on Evans Street,

Christmas approached; so did the holiday spirit.

Amid the College Union decorations, students flocked to

the favorite meeting place to socialize and to become

a part of the holiday enjoyment.

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Winters

Winter on the College campus was a time of much

activity; probably the busiest quarter of the year.

Entertainment highlighted the season. Traditionally,

the service fraternity. Alpha Phi Omega, sponsored the

White Ball and the Freshman Class initiated a "Frosh Dance."

In addition, the Inter-fraternity Council brought the Coasters,

the Untouchables, and the Majors to entertain the students on March 7.

The Student Government Entertainment Series was responsible for

bringing the Dave Brubeck Quartet, Jose Molinas and the Spanish

Dancers, and Dame Judith Anderson during the quarter. With Brubeck

came visitor Jane Morgan, popular vocalist, to witness a first-the

awarding of Downbeat awards on a campus. The Brubeck Quartet and

members of the group were the recipients as Dr. Leo Jenkins made

the coveted presentations.

At last, the long awaited day arrived. Snow fell on March 5 and on

the same day the Mardi Gras was held. Snowballs, snow men, and even a

little "snow rolling" rounded out the activities of the day. As the

quarter drew to a close, a Publications Conference and the chorale

groups from various high schools in Eastern North Carolina came to the

College for conferences and competition.

Snow, entertainment, and conferences were only fragments of this eleven

weeks amid study, fun and hilarity.

A Season of Festive Ocasions

Framed by the traditional holiday wreath, Mrs, Scarlet Miller

displayed a smile befitting the Christmas season.

The short-lived snow extravaganza did not cause much

hesitation as students rushed back and forth across

campus from classes to dorms.

Reliving early experiences, a fun-loving student

speeds down the College Hill Drive banks on sled and Snow.

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Lambda Chi Alphas' booth at the Mardi Gras afforded

many students the opportunity of bursting

water-filled balloons in the faces of the brothers.

This student demonstrates the pleasure of throwing a

balloon at a Lambda Chi target.

A Campus Mardi Gras Was the Highlight of February

Contestants for the Costume Award lined up to hear

that number Joyce Crocker, had won the first prize.

Keith Douglas presides over the Freshman Class Booth

which became a popular attraction at the Mardi Gras.

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J.W. Sanderson, in true Comanchero style, attracted the attention

of many, as well as the photographers, at the Mardi Gras.

Sponsored by the Lutheran Student Association, the candied

apples and cotton candy resulted in sticky fingers, tasty food and profit.

Director of the College Union, Miss Cynthia Mendenhall,

participated in the fanfare of the festive occasion

Crowds gathered at the Delta Sigma Pi's booth to vote for

the Ugliest Man on Campus. The winner, Lambda Chi's Tom Maddox,

was determined by receiving the most votes-penny wise, that is.

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ECC students who attempted a fifty-mile hike from Greenville

to Goldsbon were interviewed at the "News-Argus" office.

Standing in the archway by the Pitt Theatre. Shirley Brown

and Cliff Journigan chat before the feature begins.

Blisters on their feet and grins on their faces, members

of the physical fitness challenge finally rest.

George Stinagle hiked 52 miles in 9 hours 15 minutes,

beating the Cherry Point Marines by 38 minutes.

The Entertainment Series Brought Brubeck

An effigy hanging of campus leaders proved

student interest in SGA affairs.

Student government members conducted a memorial service

for the "death of democracy" when the administration

withdrew certain requirements for holding office in the SGA.

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Vocalist Jane Morgan was among the celebrities present for the Brubeck

concert. A private party for Miss Morgan and company was held at the

Rathskeller following the campus jazz concert.

President Leo Jenkins presents the members of the

Dave Brubeck Quartet the Downbeat Awards of 1962.

to the Campus for a Progressive Jazz Session

Typical of the jazz music of the modem day, the Dave Brubeck Quartet

charmed the packed audience with a program which lasted over two hours.

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Making money for a pledge project, these PiKa pledges conducted a

Saturday car wash behind the fraternity house.

Framed by the trees in the arboretum, Caroll Kornegay, Lynda Robbins,

Tony Bowen and Nannie Davis conclude their snow frolic.

Digging into the snow, Eddie Rose and Nannie Davis piece

together their frozen ammunition.

Who could be the object of this friendly gesture?

The photographer, of course!

A turn of the tables! Our boy Carroll Kornegay gets a roll in

the snow by a couple of jovial coeds.

Packs and packs of Liggett and Myers

products blanketed the floor as the

campaign continued through Winter Quarter.

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With the swinging music of the Bluenotes,

the Freshmen Dance brought a crowd to the

dance floor of Wright Auditorium.

John MacDiarmid tries his skill at the pool table.

Typically, this is a favorite sport among the male set.

Missing the comforts of home, these college boys find that

at least the nearby laundromat can furnish a clean shirt.

the Quarter to a Dramatic End

Marriage and school work can be a compromise. Fred and Phyllis

Lorbacher of Raleigh are a typical couple who successfully blend

school and marriage. Phyllis is a civic worker; whereas Fred is

a business major at the College.

Housekeeping is a problem and studies an even bigger one.

Combined efforts, such as washing dishes, saves much time and

can afford more leisure moments for this young couple to listen

to the stereo or for Fred to clean his rifle.

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APC White Ball Supports Charity

Held on February 23, the White Ball was once again a

big success. Sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega, a national

service fraternity, the proceeds of the dance went to the

Crippled Children's Home. The climactic event of the evening

was the presentation of the twenty candidates and the

announcement of the new queen.

Representing Kappa Alpha Order, Nancy Lockwood, escorted by Ji Early,

takes her place among the contestants.

Ann Overton of Rocky Mount beams proudly after being

crowned the new White Ball Queen.

Formal wear is worn by ECC students for

the traditional White Ball dance for charity.

Adequate space for a large crowd provided the

prerequisite for a successful and enjoyable White Ball.

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Beauties

Beauties grace the East Carolina College campus

throughout the school year. Within the following

pages are pictured the lovely coeds which have won

the coveted titles of beauty at the College.

Included are the Buccaneer Queen. Homecoming Queen,

Valentine Queen, and Summer School Queen. Together the

beauty title holders of East Carolina College represent

an excellent cross-section of personality, poise, and

the "All-American" college girl.

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Miss Cathy Shesso

Exquisite beauty is characteristic of the first lady

of the yearbook, Miss Cathy Shesso. As a student at

Jacksonville High School. Cathy was selected by Miss

Bess Myerson, former Miss America, to reign as yearbook

queen. History repeated itself for Cathy when she was named

yearbook queen here at East Carolina in October, 1962.

Beauty, poise, and personality were the requisites for

this title holder. So, as a Chi Omega and sorority sister

of two former Miss Americas. Cathy walked off with the Buccaneer

Queen's crown and title. Cathy represented East Carolina College

at the 1962 Azalea Festival as Princess for the Queen's Court.

Beauty, though, is not the only attribute of Cathy. She is quite

active in many phases of student activities. Special Events Chairman

of the Student Government Association is one phase of work which

has exhibited her initiative and dependability.

Buccaneer Queen

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Buccaneer Queen Finalists

Chosen as preliminary winners for the crown of

Buccaneer Queen, these five ladies represent a

spectrum of beauty on the campus. From an array

of approximately thirty coeds, these beauties were

selected to be the runners-up in the contest.

The bases for the selection were beauty, poise,

and an interview with a panel of judges well-versed

in beauty contests. Crowning of the queen, Miss Cathy

Shesso, took place on October 19, 1962,

at the home of Mr. Louis M. Collie.

Miss Kathy Wesson

With music as her hobby and her major field of study,

Kathy Wesson has already begun a busy campus life.

A pledge of Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority, Kathy,

a freshman, hails from Gastonia.

Kathy Wesson, contestant, Judy Redfern, and Nancy Lockwood,

1962 Buccaneer Queen, enjoy the hospitality of the Louis M. Collie home.

Qualified students and faculty members perform the

preliminary judging of the contest.

Miss Sue Little

Active in the drama phases of campus life, Sue Little

had the leading feminine role in the 1962 SGA Musical.

This blonde haired sophomore is a native of Roanoke, Virginia.

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Miss Kaye Modlin

Reading and sewing are the hobbies of this Buccaneer Queen

runner-up. A sophomore Primary Education major, Kaye Modlin's

hometown is Jamesville. This lovely Miss was sponsored in the

contest by Ragsdale Dormitory.

Hailing from Bassett, Virginia, this Buccaneer Queen finalist is

known on campus for her many beauty titles. Judy Payne, a member of

Chi Omega sorority, has recently been chosen as East Carolina's Azalea Princess.

Frank Gorshin, member of the judging panel, questions Miss Kay Modlin.

Cathy Shesso receives the crown and traditional kiss of a beauty queen.

Miss Judy Payne

Hailing from Bassett, Virginia, this Buccaneer Queen

finalist is known on campus for her many beauty titles.

Judy Payne, a member of Chi Omega sorority, has recently

been choosen as East Carolina's Azalea Princess.

Miss Marilyn Miller

A sophomore Art major from Rockingham, Marilyn Miller

is a horseback riding enthusiast. On campus, this lovely

coed participates in the activities of the Art Club and

Alpha Delta Pi sorority.

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Dormitory Sponsors for Homecoming

In the competition of the Homecoming Queen,

each dormitory selects its representative for

the title. Nominations are made within the

dormitories and the students then select their

candidate to represent them.

On these pages are the dormitory representatives.

Fraternities, sororities, and other organizations

also select their sponsors and these ladies will be

pictured on the respective pages of the group which they represent.

MISS LAURA EAGLES Garrett Hall

MISS JACKIE POLK Jones Hall

MISS BRENDA CROWELL New Dorm

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MISS CATHY SHESSO Aycock Dorm

MISS SANDRA DAIL Raasdale Hall

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Dormitory Sponsors For Homecoming

MISS PAT HUGGINS Jarvis Hall

MISS KATHY WESSON Umstead Hall

MISS OLIVIA HAMMOND Wilson Hall

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Dormitory Sponsors for Homecoming

MISS JO ANN MIDGET Flemming Hall

MISS BETSY LUCAS Cotten Hall

MISS CHERYL BARTON Woman's Hall

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Homecoming Queen

Sports, knitting, and art compose the hobbies

of the 1962 Homecoming Queen. Sponsored by Lambda

Chi Alpha. Miss Tomye Suggs hails from Elizabethtown.

She was chosen in a campus-wide student election from

among fifty candidates vying for the title.

A transfer student from Flora MacDonald in 1961,

this Junior is majoring in Primary Education. Currently,

she is the 1962 Crescent Girl of Lambda Chi Alpha and is

a former "Miss Bladen County."

On campus, Tomye serves as president of Slay Dormitory,

and as a member of the Student Government Association

Senate and the Women's Judiciary. A brunette with brown eyes,

this queen was crowned at the "Queen's Coronation Pageant"

held October 19, 1962.

Miss Tomye Suggs

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Valentine Queen

Miss Betsy Winstead

Miss Betsy Winstead, the 1962 Valentine Queen,

is a brown-haired beauty from Spring Hope.

"Miss Nash County," "Miss Rocky Mount," and

"Miss Rural Youth" are titles which this senior

French and Science major holds.

On the campus, this twenty-year-old lass is the

present secretary of Sigma Pi Alpha. In 1961, she

was chairman of the I. D. Card Committee and thus

held a seat on the Student Government Senate.

An honor roll student, Betsy plans to teach in high school.

This young lady, crowned at the Valentine Dance, was selected

by the persons attending. She represented Phi Sigma Pi at this occasion.

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Representing Theta Chi. Miss Julia Payne emerged as the holder

of the 1962 Summer School Queen title. This winner was selected

by popular vote of the student body during Summer School.

A hazel-eyed beauty, she is a junior Primary Education major

and among her many hobbies are water skiing, bowling, and golf.

Hailing from Bassett, Virginia, Judy, as she is called by her friends,

is treasurer of Jarvis Hall and a member of Chi Omega Sorority.

Dream Girl of Theta Chi, Regional Dream Girl of Theta Chi, and White

Ball Queen are other beauty titles held by this lovely lass.

Summer School Queen

Miss Judy Payne

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Miss Greenville Polly Bunting

Chosen by a panel of six judges, Miss Polly

Bunting now reigns as "Miss Greenville of 1963."

Talent, poise, and personality were the bases

of this selection.

Polly, a sister in Sigma Sigma Sigma, also holds

other beauty titles including Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl,

"Miss Southern Albemarle," and "Miss Martin County of 1961."

On campus, this lovely coed is active in Panhellenic

activities and was treasurer of her Freshman Class.

A junior from Williamston, Polly's major is Grammar Education.

Her hobbies are dancing, cooking, and sewing.

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Marshals

Sixteen coeds plus two alternates are elected in the

annual Spring elections to the honorary positions of

College Marshals. Scholastic achievement and popularity

are the bases of the selection.

These individuals act as official hostesses of the College.

Concerts, plays, and special programs consume the time

of these young ladies.

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College Marshals

For the first time in the history of the College, the

marshals were required to have a "B" average in order

to be elected to this important post. After being elected

to the positions, a Chief Marshal was elected by the girls themselves.

These sixteen coeds welcome the public to the activities on campus.

The Queen's Coronation Pageant and "J.B." are two of the programs at

which these coeds ushered and passed out programs. Duties are assumed at

the commencement exercises and continue for a period of one year.

All but one of the marshals this year hail from various points in

North Carolina. They represent seven areas of study. These persons are

also leaders in numerous other phases of campus life.

MARY JO LANCASTER Chief

Hailing from Windsor is senior Mary Jo Lancaster. Known to her

friends as "Chick," Mary Jo is vice president of Alpha Xi Delta

Sorority, secretary of WWWS-FM Radio, and a member of the TV

Guild. This lovely Chief Marshal is a Business major.

LAURA WILLIAMS

Fulfilling her duties as a Big Sister and a

sister in Delta Zeta Sorority, Laura Williams is

a Social Studies major. A sophomore, she comes

from Fayetteville.

SUE ELLEN HUNSUCKER

A junior English major from Winterville, Sue

Ellen Hunsucker actively participates in campus

activities as a member of Alpha Xi Delta and The Rebel.

ELEANOR POOLE

Active in publication is this junior from

Wake Forest. Eleanor Poole is copy editor of

the Buccaneer and associate editor of The Key.

She is also vice-president of her sorority, Alpha Phi.

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Plays, Concerts and Special Programs Are Served

ANN ADKINS

As SGA historian and secretary of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority,

Ann Adkins has little spare time. She is a junior Business

major from Rocky Mount.

MARY NAN MAY

Membership in Delta Zeta Sorority and Sigma Tau Delta

Honorary Fraternity occupies this marshal's leisure hours.

Mary Nan May is a junior English major from Maury.

PAULETTE WARD

Reading and swimming are two hobbies of

this Chi Omega sister from Durham. As a

member of the Homecoming Committee and

Chairman of the Junior-Senior Weekend,

Paulette Ward displays her various capabilities.

PAT WAFF

This soft-spoken coed from Edenton is an Art

Education major. A member of the Art Club, Delta

Phi Delta, the SGA, and Kappa Delta Sorority, Pat

Waff's goal is to be a professional artist.

GERALDINE KENNEDY

Geraldine Kennedy, a junior Home Economics major, comes

from Beulaville. In addition to being a member of Alpha

Xi Delta Sorority and Phi Omicron, she is active in the College Union.

DONNA BINGHAM

In addition to being a marshal, this lovely

lass is a Big Sister in Cotten Hall. Donna Bingham

a Chi Omega, is an English major from Raleigh.

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MARSHA WHITWORTH

Pretty Marsha Whitworth of Norfolk, Virginia, is a

member of Alpha Delta Phi Sorority. An honor student,

Marshal's versatility is exemplified by her election

to the head of cheerleading post.

MELBA RHUE

Melba Rhue, a junior Mathematics major, is from Swansboro.

Quiet active on campus, this coed is a member of Alpha Xi

Delta Sorority and the Mathematics Club.

LINDA EFLAND

As president of Alpha Xi Delta Sorority, Linda Efland

displays her leadership qualities. From Efland, Linda is

also a member of the Dean's Advisory Council.

MARSHA WHITWORTH MELBA RHLE

NANCY GARNER

Nancy Garner, a junior Primary Education major,

comes from Roanoke Rapids. This coed is active in

Tau Sigma Honorary Fraternity and the Young Democrats Club.

SUE WORTHINGTON

Alpha Xi Delta and the Mathematics Club occupy much of

this marshal's time. Sue Worthington is a junior

Mathematics major from Winterville. Her bobbies

include music and sports.

ELLEN JOYNER

Majoring in Business is this college marshal. Ellen

Joyner, a native of Knightdale, is a senior and serves

her sorority, Alpha Omicron Pi, as treasurer.

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Who's Who

WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN

UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES, a national basis

for recognition of outstanding college students,

was formed twenty-seven years ago. Before the

publication was given the high esteem it now possesses,

numerous researches, interviews, and letters were composed.

Now, this honor is based on leadership, scholarship, and

participation in extracurricular activities.

Within the next ten pages, thirty-nine outstanding East Carolina

College students are cited for their selection and appearance in WHO'S WHO.

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Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges

Under the supervision of Dr. James H. Tucker,

Dean of Student Affairs, thirty-nine persons

were selected to represent East Carolina in

WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN

UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

In order to choose students for this honor,

a letter was sent to each faculty member and

organization for their choices of three students

from throughout the College to be nominated.

The names who were turned in most often, who had

an academic average becoming of this designation,

and who had character which is desirous to represent

East Carolina were the final selections for this honor.

ANN FRANCES ALLEN

As secretary of the North Carolina Young Democrats Club,

Ann Frances Allen displays her leadership abilities. Ann has

also been president and vice president of the local chapter.

Other campus activities including Sigma Tau Delta, Alpha Omicron Pi,

and the Dean's Advisory Council benefit from this young lady's time.

A native of Farmville, this English major served her junior class as secretary.

LAWRENCE MURAT BLIZARD

A graduate student in the School of Art, Lawrence Murat Blizard is art

editor of The Rebel. Hailing from Whiteville, this Who's Who winner has

been a member of the Marching Band and the Varsity Band. Because of his

scholastic abilities, he is a brother in Phi Sigma Pi and has served this

fraternal group as social chairman. Larry, as he is often called, has also

been active in religious organizations. As publicity chairman of the Young

Men's Christian Association, this honor roll student utilized his artistic talent.

GLENN THOMAS BOYD

An Accounting major from Washington, Glenn Thomas Boyd fills the position

of president of the College Union. Glenn advanced to this capacity from the

vice presidency. As a brother in Phi Kappa Tau, this Who's Who selection is

the secretary of this organization. In addition, Glenn was vice president

of his sophomore class.

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BETTY COLLIER

Originating from Raleigh, this Grammar Education major is quite

successful in student educational organizations. Betty Collier is

currently president of the Student National Education Association

and has served this club as its vice president. Membership in the

Student Christian Association, the College Union, and Westminster

Fellowship completes this busy coed's campus activities.

JAMES WARREN CHESNUTT

Active in the Student Government Association, James Warren Chesnutt,

SGA easurer, comes from Turkey, North Carolina. Several Student

Government activities including the Homecoming Committee and the

Budget Committee were aided by this Business major. Jim, a member

of Theta Chi Social Fraternity, has so worked with the Buccaneer

and the Young Democrats Club. He has served Pi Omega Pi,

Honorary Business fraternity, as vice president.

BARBARA ANN ELLIS

Beauty, personality, and leadership blend themselves together

in the person of Barbara Ann Ellis. As a junior, Barbara Ann

served as Chief Marshal and reigned as Miss Pitt County. She has

represented Theta Chi as Dream Girl and as Homecoming Sponsor.

A sister in Chi Omega Sorority, this Senior Class secretary is

an English major from Faison.

ELIZABETH DERRICK

Chi Beta Phi and Kappa Delta are two Greek organizations of

which Elizabeth Derrick is a member. Betty, as she is called,

also devotes her time to the East Carolina Marching and Concert

Bands, Home Economics Club, and the Buccaneer. She has been recipient

of the Freshman Chemistry Handbook Award and the Finley Spear, Jr., Memorial Award.

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JOHN W. GARRISS

As associate editor of the Buccaneer for the past two years,

John W. Garriss has exhibited his capabilities in the field of

publications. In this capacity, John represented the College as a

delegate to two Associated Collegiate Press Conferences, one held in

Miami, Florida, and the other in Detroit, Michigan. This Business major

from Clinton is a brother in Delta Sigma Pi which he serves as alumni

secretary and publicity chairman.

JOE M. FLAKE, JR.

Joe M. Flake, Jr. actively participates in the Circle K Club.

He is president of the local chapter, district governor of the

Carolina chapters, and secretary of the International club.

From Farmville, this Social Studies major is a member of the Air

Force Reserve Officers Training Corps and serves the Student

Government Association as parliamentarian.

WILLIAM GOODWIN

Greek organizations, the Student Government Association, and music

are three aspects of William Goodwin's college activities. Bill is a

member oi the Kappa Alpha Order, Phi Sigma Pi, and Chi Beta Phi.

In addition to having a Senate seat, this Science major participates

in the Varsity Band and the Disciple Youth Fellowship. He has served as

secretary of the Summer School Student Government Association and

is chairman of the External Affairs Committee.

ELIZABETH GLOVER

Gastonia is the home of Elizabeth Glover, Chairman of the

Women's Judiciary. This former president of Slay Dormitory is

a member of the Executive Committee of the Student Government

Association, the Discipline Committee, and the Dean's Advisory

Council. A sister in Sigma Sigma Sigma, Libby is a Business Education major.

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Who's Who

JUNIUS D. GRIMES III

Excelling in the field of publications, Junius D. Grimes III has

been editor of the campus literary magazine, The Rebel, and the

college newspaper, the East Carolinian. In these positions, this

English major has represented the College at two Associated Collegiate

Press Conferences and at the SUSGA Publications Conference. June, who

comes from Washington, has served on the Publications Board,

the Dean's Advisory Council, the SGA Senate, and the Discipline Committee.

A water sports enthusiast, he is a member of the Cuda's of Carolina.

SYLVIA PARKS HARRIS

A student in the School of Business, Sylvia Parks Harris actively

participates in many phases of the department's activities. She is one

of a select group chosen for membership in the business education fraternity,

Pi Omega Pi. As a senior this year, she serves the organization as its president,

In addition, she is a member of the Phi Beta Lambda Chapter of the Future Business

Leaders of America. An honor student, Sylvia will graduate from the College in the Spring.

GILES HOPKINS

From Concord, Giles Hopkins has served the 1963 graduating class as its president.

He has, in addition, worked with the Student Government Association in several

capacities. Giles has served as historian, on the Budget Committee, on the Special

Events Committee, on the Executive Council, and on the Student Senate. As a charter

member of Sigma Phi Epsilon, he has held presidential and Inter-Fraternity Council

positions. A Social Studies major, he also is specializing in Geography.

AUDREY HOLLOMAN

Home Economics is the forte of this young coed who hails from Harrelsville.

As president of the Home Economics Club, Audrey Holloman displays her leadership

abilities. In addition, she has served the Home Economics honorary fraternity,

Phi Omicron, as secretary and treasurer. Beauty is another attribute of Audrey.

She has been a sponsor for both the Homecoming and Buccaneer Queen competitions.

While at East Carolina, Audrey has served on the Dean's Advisory Council.

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Who's Who

MARY JO LANCASTER

Alpha Xi Delta, campus news media, and Chief Marshal are the three phases

of campus life in which Mary Jo Lancaster has excelled. In Alpha Xi Delta,

this Business major has been vice president, president, and Homecoming sponsor.

In the campus news media, Chick, as she is known to her numerous friends,

has been a member of the Television Guild and secretary of WWWS-FM Radio.

As Chief Marshal, she directed the program of the College Marshals. A Windsor

native, she has also been a member of the East Carolinian.

ANN JONES KILBY

Ann Jones Kilby, a Home Economics major, has actively participated in the

Student Government Association. As president of the East Wing of Garrett Hall,

she has also served on the Women's Judiciary, the Student Senate, and the Dean's

Advisory Council. A native of Bath, Ann has been associate editor of The Key, the

student handbook. The Home Economics Club rounds out the campus life of this popular coed.

CLYDE THOMAS MALLISON, JR.

Student Government Association President Clyde Thomas Mallison, Jr., comes from

Greenville. A junior at the College, he is a Social Studies major. Since entering

East Carolina, Tom has served as freshman and sophomore senator to the Student Senate,

vice president of the Summer School SGA, treasurer of the latter, and chairman of the

Entertainment Committee. Tom holds membership in the Kappa Alpha Order and

the Young Democrats Club.

LYNDA LEWIS

Kappa Delta Pi and Tau Sigma are two honoraries of which

Lynda Lewis is a member. She has served the latter as president.

A native of Knightdale, this Primary Education major is also active

in religious and student government activities. Lynda has been a

member of the SGA Senate, the Women's Judiciary, the Baptist Student

Union, the Student Christian Association, and the Young

Women's Christian Association. As president of the YWCA, she

served on the Inter-Religious Council.

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WILLIAM EDWARD MOORE, III

William Edward Moore, III, is a native of Greenville. A Senior in the

Department of Industrial Arts, Bill has done outstanding work with the

Student Government Association, having served as a Student Senate member

and Chairman of the Entertainment Committee. Two fraternal organizations in

which this Who's Who recipient holds membership are Pi Kappa Alpha, social

fraternity, and Alpha Delta Tau, honorary fraternity for those excelling

in Industrial Arts.

MARY HELEN MUMFORD

A personality that's tops characterizes Mary Helen Mumford. A Senior in the

School of Business, Mary Helen hails from Kinston. The Phi Beta Lambda Chapter

of the Future Business Leaders of America has benefited greatly from her endeavors.

She has served this organization as secretary and president. Mary Helen is also a

member of Kappa Delta Sorority, the Woman's Chorus, and the Choral Union, and, as a

junior, held a seat on the Dean's Advisory Council. Twice, she has actively participated

in the Spring Musical.

JERRY LEE NORTON

A Chemistry major, Jerry Lee Norton is a resident of Greenville. His lontinuous listing

on the Honor Roll and Dean's List have merited for rim the honor of being selected for

membership in two honorary fraterrities, Chi Beta Phi, for persons excelling in Science

or Mathematics, and Phi Sigma Pi, for persons excelling in scholarship. Previously,

Jerry has been stationed with the United States Army in Louisiana and Korea.

This Senior will graduate in the Spring.

GROVER CARROLL NORWOOD

A versatile individual is Grover Carroll Norwood of Black Mountain. Carroll has

been active in many phases of campus life. Among them are the East Carolinian,

the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, the East Carolina Playhouse, Campus

Radio, and the Young Men's Christian Association. An English fraternity, Sigma Tau

Delta, also boasts Carroll as an active member. In AFROTC, he has been honored with

several citations including the coveted Commandant's Award.

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REBECCA ANNE PARKER

Rebecca Anne Parker, a graduate from Benson, has held the office of secretary of the

College Home Economics Club. She is a member of Phi Omicron, the honor organization for

junior and senior students of Home Economics. Rebecca has also served as a dormitory

hostess while attending East Carolina. Many times while studying at the College, she has

appeared on the Dean's List of Superior Students.

WILLIAM EDWARD PHELPS

This Who's Who recipient is known to many for his position of Student Floor Manager

for the men's dormitories. William Edward Phelps has served in this capacity for three

years. Bill has served as president of Sigma Phi Epsilon, treasurer of the Inter-Fraternity

Council, and president of Semper Fidelis Society. In addition, this Windsor student, a Physical

Education specialist, participates in the Newman Club.

Who's Who

ANNA KATHERINE RAYNOR

Anna Katherine Raynor, a Dean's List student, comes to East Carolina as a transfer from

Woman's College. She is, however, a native of Greenville. Here at the College, she has been

active in Student Government, Kappa Delta Sorority, which she has served as president, and

the Student National Education Association. An Education major, she also holds a seat

on the Dean's Advisory Council.

JUDY ELIZABETH REDFERN

Sigma Sigma Sigma President Judy Elizabeth Redfern hails from Albemarle. An Education major,

this popular miss is also recognized for her work with Greek Weekend, the BUCCANEER, and

the Student Government Association. Simultaneous with the presidency of her sorority, Judy

serves as president of Fleming Hall, thus giving her a seat on the Women's Judiciary

and the Dean's Advisory Council.

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ANNIE MARIE RIDDICK

Honor Roll and the Dean's List are quite often attained by Annie Marie Riddick.

A Home Economics major from Hobbsville, she is an active participant of the Home

Economics Club and serves this club as treasurer. Her leadership has gained her

the status of State secretary of the College Home Economics Chapters. Two honorary

fraternities, Tau Sigma and Phi Omicron, also benefit from this lady's spare time.

DOUGLAS ROBINSON

A transfer from Frederick Junior College, Douglas Robinson has been

a Drill Team Commander with the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps.

Originating from Roxboro, he is a brother in Theta Chi Social Fraternity.

Since coming to East Carolina, Doug has served the Men's Judiciary as vice

chairman and has been a member of the Dean's Advisory Council. Doug is a

Social Studies major.

GEORGE DANIEL ROUSE

Talented in the field of sports, George Daniel Rouse has been known for his

initiative and drive on the football field. A letterman in this sport, Dan

comes to East Carolina College from Newport News, Virginia. As well as being

outstanding in the sports realm, Dan is also an honor student.

This Senior is a Mathematics major.

BARBARA JEANNE SCHWAB

Garden City, New York, is the home of Barbara Jeanne Schwab, the Student Government

Association secretary. A former chairman of the Women's Judiciary, this Physical

Education major has also served as president of Slay Hall and as a member of the

Dean's Advisory Council and the Discipline Committee. An active Women's Recreation

Association member, Barbara also occupies membership in Kappa Delta Sorority.

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FREDDIE ESTELLE SKINNER

Majoring in French, Freddie Estelle Skinner has participated in the East Carolina

Playhouse and has been on the staff of the East Carolinian. A sister in Delta Zeta,

this coed served Kappa Delta Pi as president. Hailing from Ayden, Freddie is also

a member of Sigma Pi Alpha. In addition, she has been a freshman counselor.

WOODROW SHEPHERD

For the past two years, the Student Government Association Elections Committee

has been in the capable hands of Woodrow Shepherd. Woody, as he is known to his

friends and associates, has also been historian and parliamentarian of Theta Chi.

Prior to coming to East Carolina, this Physical Education major attended Hargrove

Military Academy. A native of Mount Pleasant, Delaware, Woody is a member

of the Dean's Advisory Council.

Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges

SYLVIA ANN WALLACE

Hailing from Bath, Sylvia Ann Wallace is studying Social Studies at the College.

While at East Carolina, Sylvia served as vice president and secretary of the Young

Democrats Club. The Mathematics Club has had Sylvia serving its members as president

and "vice president. This Who's Who recipient is a member of Chi Beta Phi, honorary

Science and Mathematics fraternity. As a Sophomore, she served as a Freshman Counselor.

MERLE T. SUMMERS

An outstanding individual in Student Government work, Merle T. Summers has been vice

president of this organization. Various committees including the Special Events,

Homecoming, and Ring Committees have received Merle's leadership. A native of Raleigh,

this Business major is a member of the Future Business Leaders of America. In the

organization, he is vice president. A former recipient of the SGA Outstanding Service

Award, Merle holds membership in Kappa Alpha and the Circle K Club.

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ROBERT WASHER

Coming to East Carolina from Campbell College, Robert Washer has been outstanding in

several phases of campus life. He has served the Student Government Association as

chairman of the Men's Judiciary, president of Jones Hall, and as a member of the Student

Senate. Fall Quarter 1962, Bob represented the College Union, of which he is vice president,

at the Regional Conference of College Unions. This New Yorker is a brother of Theta Chi.

JOHN THAMES WATERS

John Thames Waters, a Mathematics major from Jacksonville, is a well deserving recipient of

the Who's Who honor. For the past two years, he has had a seat on the Student Government

Association Senate. As a junior, he served his class as president. Last Spring, the student

body elected him as the male senator for the 1963 graduating class.

John is a member of the Kappa Alpha Order.

Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges

JAMES WHEATLEY

Majoring in biology, this Senior, who hails from Beaufort, is editor of the national

Chi Beta Phi News Letter and vice president of the Collegiate Academy of the North

Carolina Academy of Sciences. James Wheatley, a participant in the Student Christian

Association and Wesley Foundation, also occupies membership in Phi Sigma Pi as well

as Chi Beta Phi. He is a recipient of a Summer School Scholarship to the Marine

Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Massachusetts.

HOWARD GLENN WILLIAMS

Rocky Mount is the home of Howard Glenn Williams, a Business major. Because of his

excellence in scholarship. Glenn has acquired membership in Phi Sigma Pi and the

Society for the Advancement of Management. In the Fall of 1962, this Senior served

as a Freshman Orientation Counselor. Before coming to East Carolina, Glenn

completed his tour of duty with the United States Navy.

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Our Athltetics

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Touchdown! Victory! Defeat! The band

plays the victory march when the Pirates

score a diirty-yard gain or when they make

a long jump shot from center court. We know

heartbreaking moments on the playing field and

in the grandstands when our pass is intercepted

or our runner is tagged at home plate. Yells are

chanted, victory marches are played, and flags are

waved-all in keeping with a moving competitive spirit

that lives on our campus from early fall to late spring

with the coming and going of our seven sports. We love them,

too, because we are young and human and feel a part of

every victoiy or defeat.

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Baseball

During fifteen years of coaching baseball in

the North State Conference, Dean Jim Mallory

led outstanding teams to a total record of 170

wins against only 33 losses. This record includes

victories over teams like Wake Forest, Duke,

North Carolina State, the University of South Carolina,

Camp Lejeune Marines, Parris Island Marines, Yale University,

Michigan State, Florida State and Washington and Lee University.

In that same fifteen years, he has captured ten North State

Conference baseball championships, five of them for East Carolina

College. His 1961 Pirates won the National Association of Intercollegiate

Athletics championship. That same year, he received the Raleigh Hot Stove

League ward as "the North Carolinian contributing most to baseball in 1961."

During his coaching career at East Carolina College, he has seen 25 members

of his teams sign professional baseball contracts after completing their

college careers with the Pirates.

COACH JAMES MALLORY

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LEADING THE PIRATES with a .472 batting average, Carlton Barnes

demonstrates the form that gained him this honor

CAREFUL STUDY is made of every play.

FIRST ROW: Junior Greene, Jim Robert, Art Henretta,

Carlton Barnes, Bobby Draper, Pete Barnes,

Billy Dunn, Jimmy Scott.

SECOND ROW: Coach Mallory, Charlie Johnson, Spencer Gaylord,

Tom Norman, Bobby Joyce, J. W. Edwards, Noland Respess, Nathan Greene.

THIRD ROW: Merrill Bynum, John Barnes, Bobby Lumpkin, Earl Boykin,

Lacy West, Buddy Wyatt, Roger Hedgecock, Tom Kidd, Berk Stephens.

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LACY WEST demonstrates his pitching.

AN ITHACA RUNNER scampers back to first.

LACY WEST tallies for East Carolina.

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BOBBY JONES scores for East Carolina.

Baseball

Having graduated nine of the fourteen boys on

the National Association of Intercollegiate

Athletics Championship club, the 1962 season

was one of rebuilding for the Pirates. Even in

this year of rebuilding, the Pirates could not

be disregarded as they compiled an overall record

of eleven wins, ten losses and a conference record

of seven wins, five losses. Included in the win column

were such powerful teams as Florida State and Atlantic

Coast Conference Champion, Wake Forest.

With these victories in mind and the graduation of only

four players, Charlie Johnson, Spencer Gaylord, Nathan Greene,

and Earl Boykin, East Carolina is expecting to retain its status

as a respected baseball power in the coming season.

SCORE BOARD

E.C.C. OPPONENTS

12 Ithaca College 2

3 Ithaca College 5

10 Wake Forest 9

7 Delaware University 12

1 Delaware University 4

14 Washington and Lee 2

8 Atlantic Christian 1

11 Appalachian 1

5 Appalachian 11

5 Catawba 6

10 Pfeiffer 3

19 Florida State 2

1 University of North Carolina 2

17 High Point 3

7 Pfeiffer 18

6 Atlantic Christian 1

3 Catawba 5

11 Wake Forest 12

8 High Point 1

3 Elon 4

6 Elon 3

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Golf

East Carolina boasted a talented team of golfers

this season. Coach Pennington's almost invincible

linksters proved their skill with an impressive record

of nine wins, one loss, and one tie. Leading these

convincing victories was freshman, Bill Brogden;

followed by Mike Rominuw, Chappy Bradner, Ricky Sauve,

Vance Taylor, Vince Eiduke, and Jerry Lawson, alternate.

The coming season will find these same team members participating

with the exception of four-year veteran, Vance Taylor. Thus,

East Carolina is anticipating another winning season in golf.

Captain Bill Brogden

FIRST ROW: Vance Taylor, Chappy Bradner, Mike Rominue, Jerry Lawson.

SECOND ROW: Ricky Sauve, Vince Eiduke, Bill Brogden, Coach Pennington.

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Mike Rominew

Chappy Bradner

Rick Sauve

Vance Taylor

Vince Eiduke

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Tennis

Winning the Carolinas Conference for the sixthM

consecutive time. East Carolina's tennis team won

all four of the singles titles and both doubles events.

Harry Felton, East Carolina's number one man, won the number

one singles championship for the second time by trouncing

Appalachian six to two, six to zero, six to three. Blarnie and

Ed Dunn captured the fourth to round out the singles.

Tanner and Felton teamed together to take the number one doubles

championship. This event was the third time Tanner has been on the

winning end of the doubles. Bane Shaw and Ed Dunn teamed to take the

number two division of the doubles.

Despite the loss of number one Harry Felton, Coach Carr will again

have the powerhouse he had last year.

CAPTAIN Blarnie Tanner

FIRST ROW: Blarnie Tanner, Jerry Muecke, Dan Powell, Bane Shaw.

SECOND ROW: Harry Felton, Ed Dunn, Mike Starr, Coach Wendell Carr.

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Jerry Muecke

Ed Dunn

Mike Starr

Bane Shaw

Harry Felton

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Track

Although the East Carolina College track team

placed fourth in conference and sixth in district

competition, this record is not indicative of their

potential. The team faced tough opposition, including

members of the Big Four. In addition, four new East

Carolina College records were set. Jim Poole now holds

the shot put record at 42 feet 44 inches: Bill McCants

vaulted for a record 12 feet 6 inches; Whitty Bass ran the

440 in 50 seconds; Richard Stevens broke the high jump with

5 feet 11% inches; and Rick Zdziarski set a new mark in the

discus with a heave of 120 feet 7 inches. These records are very

important because three out of the four were set by freshmen.

Considering last season's performance and the expected return of

the entire team, the coming season promises to be successful.

CAPTAIN Richard Jackson

62 TRACK TEAM: KNEELING: Lee Brison, Richard Stevens, Bill McCants,

Dickie Mills, Jerry Tolley, Marshall Lefavor, Marvin Jones, Joe Talan.

STANDING: Jim Poole, Richard Zoziarski, Leroy Spivey, Richard Jackson,

Whitty Bass, Lee Bacon, Ned Pichford, Tom Michel, Garris Evans.

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Tom Michel-Javelin

RECORD HOLDERS-Richard Zdziarski, Bill McCants, Richard Stevens,

Jim Poole, and Whitty Bass set new track records for E.C.C. in 1962.

SCORE BOARD

E.C.C. OPPONENTS

65.5 Atlantic Christian College 64.5

42.5 William & Mary (Norfolk Division) 88.5

26 N. C. State 105

70.5 University of Richmond 60.5

30.5 Wake Forest College 80.5

45 Washington & Lee University 85

45 Elon 38

82 Atlantic Christian College

Conference Meet 4th Place

District 6th Place 42.25

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DISTANCE: Lee Brison, Garris Evans, Dickie Mills.

Disk-Richard Zdziarski

High Jump-Richard Stevens

Pole Vault-Bill McCants

Javelin-Lee Bacon

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Footbal

Some athletes are said to be born; others are said

to be made: but, no matter what category he falls into,

the football player must spend approximately thirty hours

in practice for every hour he plays. He must possess a will

to win-a will so strong that he will sacrifice not only these

long hours of rigid practice, but also fatigue, bruises, and

possible injuries. He lives the strictly disciplined life,

win or lose, because he knows that only victory can

offset the disappointment of defeat.

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Football

SEASON'S RESULTS

ECC OPPONENT

26 Richmond 27

15 Catawba 14

19 Elon 23

16 Western Carolina 20

36 Newberry 8

29 Appalachian 16

6 Lenoir Rhyne 7

41 Wofford 9

29 Eatern Kentucky 12

COACH CLARENC STASAVICH gives last minute

instructions to Johnny Anderson.

1962 VARSITY: FIRST ROW: Maurice Allen, Murray MacDiarmid, Bobby Bumgardner, Ted Day,

Billy Strickland, David Smith, Mickey Brown, Earl Smith, Frankie Galloway, Vince Eiduke.

SECOND ROW: Pete Thorell, Phil Harris, Ralph Royster, Skipper Duke, Colon Quinn, Jerry Tolley,

Larry Rudisill.

THIRD ROW: Bill Anderson, Buddy Stewart, Bill Burton, Leroy Spivey, Jim Leftwich, Jim Hoover,

Whitty Bass, Dinky Mills, Bill Cline, Ralph Kinsey, Ricky Jarrell.

FOURTH ROW: Bob Nesbit, Cecil Cherry, Bill Bock, Bill Vanney, Richard Jackson,

Richard Stevens, Jim Floyd, Sammy Alexander, Mike Berry.

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CAUGHT-Bill Cline tries desperately to out run three Richmond players.

East Carolina Edged by Richmond

Richmond had to stage a fourth quarter comeback to defeat

last Carolina in their opening game 27-26. A first quarter

effort of 13 points by the Spiders seemed to indicate a

runaway game for Richmond. However, this indication was soon

eliminated as the dazzling second half play produced three

touchdowns and 20-13 Pirate lead. Bill Cline started off things

for the Pirates by leading them into Spider territory and

scoring the first touchdown.

After forcing Richmond to kick, Vince Eiduke passed to Larry

Rudisill for the second Pirate touchdown and a 14-13 ECC lead.

A perfect 40 yard pass from Bill Cline to Dave Bumgarner created

another Pirate score and a 20-13 lead. ECC received the opening

kickoff in the second half and Jerry Tolley made a beautiful 80

yard touchdown runback to increase the Pirates lead to 26-13.

Richmond refused to succumb, however, and scored two more

touchdowns and conversions in the last half to sneak

through with a 27-26 victory.

STATISTICS

ECC RICHMOND

First downs 15 18

Rushing 139 61

Passing 8-18 7-17

Net yards passing 147 107

Punting 5-32 2-43

Penalties 38 10

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FIRST DOWN-Tom Michel (34) picks up a first down by sweeping right end behind the blocking of Bill Cline(43).

Pirates Take Home Debut

CAUGHT-Bill Cline (43) is caught from behind, but continues

to carry a Catawba player for extra yardage.

After delighting a large crowd of 6500 with a dominating

first half score of 15-0, East Carolina had to fight hard

to preserve their lead and eventually beat Catawba 15-14.

Sophomore Bill Cline led the scoring attack of the Pirates

as he scored two touchdowns and passed to wingback Larry

Rudisill for a two point conversion. Earl Sweet provided the

other point of ECC on a successful field goal attempt.

Catawba completely dominated the second half in offensive

and defensive play. A combination of the passing of McDevitt

to Bucky Pope and the power running of Ron Krouse accounted for

the two touchdowns of the Indians. A missed conversion attempt

proved to be the deciding point of the game and the gallant

effort of Catawba proved to be in vain as the Pirate prevailed to win 15-14.

STATISTICS

ECC Catawba

First Downs 8 14

Rushing 139 61

Passing 5-10 15-3

Net Yards Passing 86 187

Punting 6-40 9-42

Penalties 60 25

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Elon Defeats ECC in Last 20 Seconds

Elon gave East Carolina one of its hardest defeats

of the season with a 23-19 score. Bill Cline led the

Pirates offense as he contributed a 12 yard ouchdown run

in the second period and passed to ind Dave Bumgarner for

another in the final quarter. Jerry Tolley took the handoff

in a reverse play from Tom Michel to run 54 yards for the other

Pirate score. With perfect play calling, Elon's Little All-American

quarterback, George Wooten, led his earn to victory by surprising the

defense of ECC on a keeper play that resulted in the winning

touchdown with 20 seconds left in the game.

STATISTICS

ECC ELON

First Downs 17 10

Rushing 165 228

Passing 8-14 5-10

Net Yards Passing 134 90

Punting 6-40.7 4-34.5

Penalties 57 73

HARD RUNNING Billy Strickland tries to out distance an Elon player on a long run.

TOUCHDOWN-Maurice Allen (18) scores on a five yard pass from Bill Cline.

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JERRY TOLLEY out maneuvers a Western Carolina player, but the

Catamounts iroceeded to a 20-16 victory.

Powerful WCC Downs ECC

Once again East Carolina was edged in a tight,

hard-fought ball game. Western Carolina managed to

overcome the 16-13 lead of the Pirates and eventually

beat ECC 20-16. Co-captain Dave Smith provided an early

2-0 Pirate lead by spilling a Catamount in the end zone for

a two-point safety. Late in the second quarter, Bill Cline

added to this lead with a 15 yard touchdown jaunt,

and Earl Sweet kicked the extra point to give ECC a

9-0 halftime lead. Western Carolina began their impressive

comeback in the third quarter as they quickly scored two

touchdowns and took the lead at 13-9. ECC would not be outdone

this quarter, however, as Bill Cline scored once again for the

Pirates and Earl Sweet kicked his second extra point to give East

Carolina the lead again at 16-13. East Carolina's hopes were quickly

disspelled again as the Catamounts came back with an 89 yard drive

to defeat the Pirates 20-16.

STATISTICS

ECC WCC

First Downs 18 21

Rushing 225 275

Passing 5-16 6-13

Net Yards Passing 77 52

Punting 3-44.6 3-38.0

Penalties 15 45

RUN, REF, RUN-Bill Cline attempts to out run both a

Western Carolina player and the referee.

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STARING CONTEST- n what seems to be a staring contest Bill Cline

waits to see what direction the ball carrier will take.

ECC Dominates Newberry at Homecoming

Over 9,000 homecoming fans saw East Carolina storm

to a 36-8 victory over Newberry. Newberry surged to

an 8-0 lead in the second period by capitalizing on an

interception and passing for the conversion. A few minutes

later, Bill Strickland climaxed a 61 yard run for the touchdown,

EC's conversion attempt failed, and the half ended with the Indians

leading 8-6. Neither team scored again until the fourth quarter when

EC's Bill Bailey intercepted an Indian pass which resulted in another

Pirate touchdown and a 28-8 lead. Newberry tried desperately to come

back, but the defense of ECC held. With 45 seconds remaining on the clock.

East Carolina scored once more in their dominating 36-8 victory.

STATISTICS

ECC NEWBERRY

First Downs 18 9

Rushing 166 88

Passing 4-8 5-11

Net Yards Passsing 113 64

Punting 5-45.6 7-34.1

Penalties 35 48

CO-CAPTAINS Billy Strickland and David Smith run off the playing field.

DOUBLE TEAM-Bill Cline and Ralph Royster prepare to double team a Newberry back.

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Pirates Roll Over Appalachian

OUT OF BOUNDS-Bill Cline fights hard to remain on the playing field

as an Appalachi player pushes him out of bounds.

East Carolina ended a six year Appalachian

losing streak by defeating the Mountaineers

29-16. Tom Michel and Bill Cline started the

Pirates off early by contributing a touchdown

each to give ECC a 15-0 first-period lead.

Tom Michel scored again in the second quarter

on a 78 yard romp to increase the Pirate lead to

21-0. A few minutes later, Appalachian scored their

first touchdown just before the first half ended and

East Carolina went into the intermission leading 21-8.

After a scoreless third quarter, Bill Cline passed to

Dave Bumgarner for a touchdown and conversion to boost

the lead 29-8. With a few min- utes left in the game.

Appalachian scored another touchdown, but it was not

enough as the Pirates downed them 29-16.

STATISTICS

ECC APPALACHIAN

First Downs 15 9

Rushing 162 69

Passing 4-7 6-10

Net Yards Passing 94 118

Punting 5-45.5 5-33.5

Penalties 60 50

DISPUTE-Appalachian players seem to think they have a touchdown,

but the referee thinks differently.

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TRAPPED-Bill Cline seems to have given out of running space against Lenoir Rhyne

Strong LR Downs ECC

East Carolina lost a 7-6 heartbreaker

to highly ranked Lenoir Rhyne after

having held the Conference leader for

three quarters. With four minutes left

in the first half, sophomore Bill Cline

ran the ball from the ECC 46 yard line to

the 3 yard line of the Bears. Fullback Tom

Michel went through the middle on the next

play for the Pirate score. A conversion attempt

failed and ECC abandoned the field with a 6-0

half-time lead. This lead held until the fourth

quarter when the Bears scored on the powerful

running of fullback Kemp. A game deciding conversion

attempt was successful and Lenoir Rhyne took the lead

7-6. Once again, the Pirates threatened as they drove

deep into Bear territory, but this threat was removed

by a 15 yard penalty. Lenoir Rhyne took over and ran

the clock out to win a hard-fought battle, 7-6.

STATISTICS

ECC LENOIR RHYNE

First Down 9 17

Rushing 203 209

Passing 0-8 12-18

Net Yards Passing 0-0 120

Punting 9-34.0 3-28.1

Penalties 90 445

HARD RUNNING Bill Cline tries to shake a Lenoir Rhyne defender.

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ECC Routs Wofford

East Carolina's Pirates completely devastated

the Wofford Terriers, 41-9. with a tremendous

four touchdown third quarter. ECC gained a 7-3

half-time lead by acquiring a touchdown and

conversion to set off a successful field goal

by Wofford. After a few minutes of second half

play. Tom Michel turned a Richard Hunneycutt

interception into a touchdown for a 14-3 Pirate

lead. Minutes later, Bill Cline capitalized on

another interception to increase East Carolina's

lead to 21-3. Again the Terriers failed to move

and again East Carolina scored. Bill Cline passed

to Anderson for this touch-down to add a 28-3 score

to Wofford's troubles. Once more ECC struck in the

fatal third period. Tom Michel's powerful running

sent ECC into the fourth period leading 35-3.

In the last quarter, Bill Strickland contributed

the last Pirate touchdown as Wofford scored their

first and the Pritase came home with a convincing 41-9 victory.

VALUABLE BLOCK-Bill Cline advances the hall behind an unidentified blocker.

STATISTICS

ECC Wofford

First Down 18 8

Rushing 244 146

Passing 12-18 4-15

Net Yards Passing 159 101

Punts 3-29.3 5-35.4

Penalties 30 50

SLIPS THROUGH-Bill Cline slips through the line and continues to gain yardage.

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Pirates' Fourth Quarter Defeats Eastern Kentucky

East Carolina came through with a

phenomenal 21 point fourth quarter

effort to defeat Eastern Kentucky.

EK acquired an early 6-0 lead by

capitalizing on a fumble deep in

ECC territory. East Carolina came

back a few minutes later when Larry

Rudisill broke through right tackle

for a touchdown, and adding a conversion,

ECC took the lead 8-6. This lead was

shortlived as the Maroons came back for

an 80 yard touchdown march that gave them

a 12-8 halftime lead. In the fourth quarter,

the Pirates gained three touchdowns: the

first by Vince Eiduke. a 56 yard run by

Michel for the second, and the last on a

recovered fumble in EK's end zone by

Richard Huneycutt to subdue the Maroons 29-12.

JERRY TOLLEY returns a punt from deep down field.

STATISTICS

ECC EKC

First Downs 14 12

Rushing 243 180

Passing 6-12 3-13

Net Yards Passing 68 16

Punting 4-30.8 7-25

Penalties 15 20

GOOD PROTECTION-Vince Eiduke gets good protection before he gets his pass away.

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Sports fans view football in College Stadium for the last time as the completion

of the James S. Ficklen Memorial Stadium will enable them to move their seats.

CHALK AND DUST fly as Frankie Galloway and Bill Cline knock an

Eastern Kentucky player out of bounds. Bill Bailey comes in to assist.

Three players are caught in mid-air as Sophomore

Rick Jarrell breaks up an Appalachian pass.

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The Buccaneer Salutes

A senior majoring in Physical Education, Billy Strickland

has been in the Pirate starting line-up during his entire career.

He has been hampered by a shoulder injury which caused him

to miss a good deal of action.

Scholarly senior Dan Rouse graduates with an excellent

academic record as exemplified by his being an honor cadet

in the AFROTC. He is among students representing East Carolina

College in "Who's Who Among Students in American

Universities and Colleges."

Junior halfback Frankie Galloway has been a constant

starter for three years. A Physical Education major,

he has excelled as a defensive back and a punt returner.

A family man, outstanding tackle Mickey Brown is the

proud father of a twin son and daughter.

He is a senior majoring in Physical Education.

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Outstanding Gridiron Performances

Already named alternate captain for the 1963 season,

junior Richard Honeycutt is a Physical Education major

who will see plenty of action with the Pirates next season.

Recipient of the Alpha Phi Omega award as outstanding player

on the 1962 Pirate squad, sophomore Bill Cline is among the

greatest football talents ever to wear the Pirate uniform.

Named most valuable player on the 1962 team, blocking

back Maurice Allen will be captain of the 1963 Pirates.

Maurice is a Geography major from Henderson.

Senior end Bobby Bumgardner, four years a member of the

varsity team, has during his college career shouldered the

burden of a double major in Business and Social Studies.

This year he played his third season in the starting line-up.

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And Pirate Champions

An ex-Marine, versatile Vince Eiduke is a prolific reader

who is majoring in Psychology. An outstanding foothall

player, he is also a member of the Pirate golf team.

An aggressive player, senior Murray MacDiarmid was

injured during the previous season. This Pirate from

Rocky Mount saw action on both defense and offense

at the tackle position.

Earl Sweet not only gained recognition as an outstanding

guard, but also kicked many extra points, kick-offs, and

field goals. A senior member of the Track team,

he throws the shot put.

Co-captain; center David Smith, is the 1962-63 winner of

both the E. E. Rawl Memorial Award for athletic and academic

excellence and the citation as outstanding senior on the Pirate squad.

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Freshman Football

SEASON'S RESULTS

ECC Opponents

13 Fork Union 16

7 Chowan 6

34 Apprentice School 14

Playing a limited three game schedule, East Carolina's

Baby Bucs presented the home fans with a review of the

future varsity while compiling a successful season record

of two wins and one loss. This one loss was the result of

the opening game with Fork Union Military Institute in which

the Freshmen were defeated by a slim 16-14 score. This loss

seemed to instill within the Baby Bucs a determination not to

yield to defeat again. Newport News caught the full fury of the

Freshmen's revenge intentions as they were crushingly defeated

in a game which produced a total of 34 points for East Carolina.

A difficult test for the endurance of the Baby Bucs' winning

intentions was unfolded in the exciting game with Chowan. Chowan,

number three in the nation among small colleges, invaded Greenville

with the intention of retaining their unblemished record by

defeating East Carolina. But, the intentions of Chowan were not

enough to combat the brilliant defense of our Baby Bucs whose 7-6

win rounded out the season with a 2-1 record. A great deal of

potential was seen in players Buddy Bovender, Norman Swindell,

Neil Linker, Ruffin Odom and Paul Rife as they contributed an

outstanding effort to the Freshman Football Team.

FIRST ROW: Kenneth Heath, Kenneth Robertson, George Richardson,

Norman Swindell, Buddy Bovender, Neal Linker, Corie McRae, Elmer Krusa,

Dave Alexander, Jay Andrews.

SECOND ROW: Ruffin Odom, Ira Bullard, Paul Reif, John Bernardt,

Steve Jennings, Gary Bach, Russ Fields, Basil Tippette, Jon Rife,

David Neill, Dan Mattox.

THIRD ROW: A. R. Hudson, Joe Borup, Gene Schmidt, Ed Vallish,

Bill Sheffield, Ed Walker, Jerry Wallace, Richard Barnhill,

John McPhaul, Raymond Perry, Carl Daddona, Joe Hilton.

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Cheerleaders

LINDA MINTON Co-Head Cheerleader

KATHIE SALLE Co-Head Cheerleader

MARY ANN WATSON

Chosen by a student-faculty committee, the East

Carolina Cheerleaders are the students who promote

school and team spirit throughout the year. They

begin practice immediately after being chosen in

the Spring. Actual participation in athletic events

begins with the first football kick-off in September.

Ten cheerleaders, headed by Kathie Salle and Linda Minton,

have served in the cheering capacities for 1962-1963.

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PATSY KENNEDY

LINDA KILLIAN

CAROLE JOHNSON

CORNELIA HOLT

KAY LANNING

LINDA HILL

LESLEY KENT

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Basketball

As the football season came to a close, East Carolina fans

moved from the chill of the stadium to the warmth of Memorial

Gym in eager anticipation of a successful basketball season.

Here, the fans observed the '62-'63 schedule, including capable

teams as Virginia Tech, Davidson, Richmond, and Oglethorpe,

with reasonable apprehension.

The slow start by the Pirates was quick to realize the worst of

these apprehensions, but they were soon dispelled as the Pirates

began to emerge from a team of uncertainty to a capable and well

respected one. Perhaps the main reason for the Pirates attaining a

winning season was the desire and determination of the players.

Many times, East Carolina was faced with bigger and supposedly

better opposition than themselves and many times it took these

assets to procure a Pirate victory. Co-captains Bill Otte and Lacy

West led the offense of the Pirates as they compiled an average

18.7 and 17.4 points per game respectively.

Sophomore Bill Brodgen commanded the backcourt and was third in

average points per game while Jerry Parker and Richie Williams

provided key defensive play in rounding out the starting five.

On the efforts of these men, East Carolina attained a season

record of 12 wins and 10 losses.

What might have been the most exciting and best game of the year

for the Pirates was the loss to Davidson: Davidson, who beat Duke

earlier in the season, was ranked high nationally and was considered

one of the best teams in the Eastern United States. This powerful team

had all they could do to contain the upset intentions of the Pirates by

an effort of desperation in the last three minutes of play.

Considering the loss of only one starter, Lacy West, and the incoming talent

from the Freshman team. East Carolina is anticipating an improved basketball

record in the coming season.

VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: Dewit Frazier, Bobby Duke, Lacy West, Gerld Parker,

Fred Fowler, Bill Otte, Russ Knowles, Mai Boyette, Richie William, Bill Brogden.

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EAST CAROLINA'S Bill Otte battles for a rebound. The junior center

led the Pirates in scoring throughout the '62-'63 season.

LACY WEST starts a hook for a Pirate goal. This senior forward from

Asheboro made this, his last season with the Pirates,

his most successful by averaging 17.4 points per game.

FAST BREAK by Bill Brogden nets two points for East Carolina.

Brogden, a sophomore, shows much potential for the coming seasons.

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Coach Smith instigate desire and the will to win

few minutes before the starting horn.

SOPHOMORE GUARD, Bill Brogden, drives in for one

of his many lays-ups.

AVOIDING an Elon guard, Bill Otte stretches for a

shot while teammates Bobby Duke and Richard Williams

prepare for a possible rebound.

AVERAGING 18.7 points per game, Bill Otte nets

two points for the Pirates

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RICHARD WILLIAMS gets a helping hand from an

Elon player as he takes a lay-up.

BILL OTTE shows graceful follow-through

after a one handed jump shot.

WORKING his way through two

Atlantic Christian players,

Bill Otte goes in for a layup.

SEASON'S RESULTS

E.C.C. OPPONENTS

76 V.M.I. 66

75 High Point 56

56 Lenoir Rhyne 63

83 Citadel 66

57 Belmont Abbey 39

63 High Point 67

93 Pikeville 71

77 Erskine 78

73 Elon 64

61 Davidson 71

69 Lenoir Rhyne 76

70 Erskine 62

34 Oglethorpe 32

62 Richmond 50

58 Oglethorpe 63

79 Atlantic Christian 78

63 Elon 69

66 William and Mary 81

49 High Point 77

70 Atlantic Christian 69

78 Belmont Abbey 49

73 Virginia Tech 81

QUIET moments of concentration are required

before Bill Otte takes a foul shot.

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Freshmen

Under the leadership of Coach Wendell Carr, this year's

talented Freshman team posted a seasonal record of 10 wins

and 7 losses. After a slow start, the Freshman Pirates

gained confidence along with experience to finish the

second half of the season by winning seven straight games

and losing one. Bobby Kinnard, Jerry Woodside, Neil Hodges,

and Jack Yoder emerged from inexperienced to seasoned

athletes in providing leadership for the East Carolina

Freshmen. In the coming season, this Freshman team will

join the Varsity squad, and if the potential of these

players is realized, East Carolina will present a

problem to its competitors in the future.

SEASON'S RESULTS

E.C.C. Opponents

65 V.M.I> 78

70 Louisburg 65

83 The Citadel 97

91 Elon 65

53 Davidson 54

85 Wilmington 78

67 Louisburg 68

58 Duke 95

82 E.M.I. 89

84 Chowan 71

82 Richmond 71

88 Wilmington 69

83 Chowan 59

86 William and Mary 77

96 William and Mary 94

99 E.M.I 81

79 V.P.I. 81

KNEELING: Jack Yoder, Jerry Hoyle, Larry Phillips, Butch Ricks, George Styron.

STANDING: Grady Williams, Gerry Woodside, Gary Lattimore, Bryan Gilliam, Nell Hodges, Bobby Kendle.

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Wrestling

East Carolina's '62-'63 Wrestling season was

a year of building for the future as the

majority of the team consisted of young,

inexperienced Freshmen. Although the

Pirates had a losing season record of two

wins, one tie and seven losses, valuable

experience was gained in the rugged opposition

the Pirates faced. Senior Bill Cunniff commanded

leadership of the team with sophomores Bob Muddy

and Bernie Colorado, co-captains, following close

behind. East Carolina's two victories were shutouts

of Saint Andrews, 34-0 and 29-0. Perhaps the most

significant match of the season was with the University

of West Virginia. West Virginia disposed of the outstanding

team of the University of North Carolina without yielding

a single match to the Tar Heels; but, the Pirates managed

to win eight of their matches.

With the return of the entire team except for Senior Bill

Cunniff, the coming Wrestling season promises to be very successful.

LEADING WRESTLER Bill Cunniff prepares to flip a St. Andrews grappler.

KNEELING: Guy Haggerty, Bob Lane, Bernie Colorado, Irving Williams, Robert Moody.

STANDING: Keith Douglas, Tommy Coocker, Bill Cunniff, Ray Perry.

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SEASON'S RESULTS

E.C.C. Opponents

12 University of North Carolina 18

16 Pfeiffer 16

12 Virinia Military Institute 14

11 Old Dominion 17

11 82nd Air Borne 16

34 St. Andrews 0

8 West Virginia University 22

29 St. Andrews 0

6 Old Dominion 20

12 82nd Air Borne 14

GUY HAGERTY braces before he is taken down.

COACH GIANT

IRVING WILLIAMS drops to his knees before

he takes down a Fort Bragg wrestler.

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Swimming

COACH MARTINEZ and three members of the

swimming team review their time.

FIRST ROW: Bob Federici, Dan Vanuck, Gary Henson, Jim Roberts.

SECOND ROW: George Cummings, Neil Sattenvhite, John Gaffney,

Bob Bennett, Doug Sutton, Larrv Hewes, Jim Marasco.

THIRD ROW: Clem Templeton, Jim Somma, Ed Zschau, Howard Purser,

Charles Norwood, Harry Sober.

ABSENT FROM PICTURE: Paul Donahue, Bob Kingrey, Miles Barefoot.

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East Carolina's 1963 swimming team was evaluated

by Coach Ray Martinez as "the finest team we have

had by far." If the fans looked only at the record,

7 wins against 6 losses, they would be inclined to

believe that the swimming year was not quite so

successful. But, by looking deeper than the record

and evaluating the Pirate's opponents, one can easily

see what a difficult task East Carolina had to post a

7-6 record. North Carolina State, with five All-Americans

on their team, headed the list of the Pirate's losses.

Not far behind came the much respected teams of the

University of North Carolina. Florida State and the

University of Florida. Victories for the Pirates were

seen in meets with Davidson, Georgia, V.P.I., Washington-Lee,

Old Dominion and nationally ranked University of Miami.

Leading the Pirate swimming talent was Bob Kingrey, holder

of the National Athletic Intercollegiate Association Diving

Championship, and Captain Ed Zschau, holder of the individual

Best Medley Relay Record. Freshman talent was evident in Jim Marasco,

specializing in the breast stroke. Howard Purser and Harry Sober,

excelling in freestyle competition and Paul Donahue, exhibiting good diving.

As the Pirates lose only three members of this year's team by graduation.

Ed Zschau, Bob Kingrey and Doug Sutton, and with the return of seventeen

lettermen. East Carolina is expecting to attain a better swimming record in the coming season.

BOB BENNETT Butterfly

BOB KINGREY Diver

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SEASON'S RESULTS

E.C.C. Opponent

37 University of North Carolina 58

59 Davidson 33

37 North Carolina State 58

34 University of North Carolina 61

51 University of Georgia 43

64 Virginia Polytechnic Institute 31

43 North Carolina State 52

52 Old Dominion 42

65 Virginia Military Institute 30

50 Washington and Lee 36

37 Florida State 58

57 University of Miami 38

45 Universitv of Florida 49

EAST CAROLINA'S swimmers dive ahead in the last lap of a freestyle relay.

HARRY SOBER Freestyle

BOB FEDERICI Butterfly

CHARLES NORWARD Backstroke

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Intramurals

Intramurals at East Carolina provides a chance

for everyone to participate in the sport of his choice.

Along with personal satisfaction, this program promotes

physical fitness, sportsmanship, rugged competition and

the development of the student as a whole. It is with

this goal in mind that East Carolina wholeheartedly

advocates participation in its Intramural program.

East Carolina's Intramural program consists of both team

and individual divisions, which are composed of a wide

variety of sports. Team athletes include Dormitory,

Fraternity, and Independent leagues which compete in

football, basketball, volleyball, golf, swimming and

bowling. For the winner of the team competition, picked

on a total point basis, a President Cup is awarded. In

individual sports, tennis, horseshoes, badminton, wrestling

and swimming is offered, and the individual compiling the

highest number of points is awarded a Sportsman Cup.

SOFTBALL

PiKA's Grady Austin tries to beat out a throw to home plate.

Another identified player is Lambda Chi's catcher Bill Nye.

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FOOTBALL

Maneuvering under the ball, an unidentified

KA prepares to receive a pass in the

competition of the Fraternity League.

Always a strong contender in intramurals,

the Country Cents downed all competition to

win the tramural football championship.

Fall afternoons found the dormitory intramural

football teams in full competition. Each wing of

the four floors in the three tories sponsored a

team in the touch-football league.

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Competition is probably the greatest in the independent

league. Ten teams make up the independent league. Here,

the shirts shoot while the skins position for a rebound.

Lambda Chi's Cloyce Anders attempts to block an hand jump shot

by the PiKA's Charlie Zucker in the moving Fraternity League.

Men's Basketball

Charlie Zucker on a fast break nets two points for the

PiKA's. The Fraternity League was composed of eleven fraternities.

Bill Cox goes in for the "crip" shot and two points for the PiKA's

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Women's Basketball

Women's basketball at East Carolina College

is sponsored by the Women's Recreation

Association. Co-eds may participate in

dormitory leagues or the Sorority division.

Baskets await the ball as three Chi Omegas

take shots in intramural play.

Wearing overalls with Chi Omega on the pockets,

the Chi Omegas take great pride in being the

best dressed sorority on the court.

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Volleyball

Pictured are the Alpha Phis, winners of volleyball

intramurals. Volleyball for the co-eds is sponsored

by the the Women's Recreational Association.

Brenda Reges returns a volley in the

sorority division of volleyball.

Bowling

PiKA's A. W. Faris demonstrates good form and follow-through

in the fraternity division of bowling

C.U. bowling a Hillcrest Lanes provided a competitive

sport for the independents.

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Our Campus

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Our students grow from fresh and new

to mature and wiser people as they

progress from freshmen to seniors.

Each year is new and challenging,

often filled with events and experiences

that distinguishes it from all others

in memories. As freshmen we look ahead to

four years of growth and knowledge; as

sophomores we begin to realize just how far

we have to go; as juniors we begin to search

for our places in tomorrow's world; and finally,

as seniors, we sometimes secretly look back and

feel touches of regret that our college career

is coming to a close.

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Approved for graduate instruction by the

Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary

Schools and by the North Carolina College Conference,

the graduate program of East Carolina College is

planned within the pattern of work as provided in the

standards for the Master's degree as set by these

associations. Before admission to candidacy for a degree,

every applicant is required to take the Graduate Record

Examination. Two degrees are offered by the College-The Master

of Arts and The Master of Arts in Education. Although the number

pictured is small, the total enrollment of the Graduate

School is over five hundred.

Many graduate students use their Saturday morning class break

to best advantage: they rush to the soda shop for another cup of coffee.

ALLEN, WALKER LEE, JR. Greenville

Business Administration

BYRD, LARRY DONALD Salisbury

Psychology and Science

COX, JUDITH ANNETTE Georgetown, S.C.

Music

ELLEN, DOROTHY HUMPHREYS Greenville

English and Social Studies

GOODHEART, JOHN TYLER Baltimore, Md.

Art and Psychology

GUY, ANNA BENDER Greenville

Education and Administration

JACKSON, WILHELMINA Pine Level

Biology and Chemistry

KENDALL, JULIA PAULINE Fayetteville

Business

KITTENGER, ROBERT BRUCE Elon College

Science and Mathematics

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Graduates

LAWRENCE, MARY ROSE Albemarle

Voice and Music Education

McLAURIN, MELTON ALONZA Wade

History and English

McLAURIN, SANDRA COCKRELL Rocky Mount

Mathematics and Science

MATTHEWS, CLYDE WALTER Front Royal, Va.

History and Psychology

MEARS, RICHARD WALTER, JR. Norfolk, Va.

Psychology

MOORE, CHARLES HENRY Kinston

Psychology and Social Studies

MOORE, FARNEY MATTHEW Greenville

Administration and Elementary Education

MORRIS, JANET HILL Elizabeth City

Art and English

MOSER, BARBARA ANN Julian

Mathmatics and Geography

NICHOLS, WILLIAM THOMAS Greenville

Business

SHAW, EDWIN PAGE Geenville

English

SHOCKLEY, JANICE LEE Hampton, Va.

Music Education

SPRUILL, BETTY LOU Aurora

English and Mathmatics

WAUGH, JAMESLOYD Greenville

Industrial Arts and Education

WURST, MARIE JANET Palmyra, N.J.

Music Education

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Senior Class Officers

GILES HOPKINS President

BUDDY WYATT Vice President

BARBARA ANN ELLIS Secretary

DIANA FOSTER Treasurer

Senators: JO NELL KERLEY JAMES TEMME

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ABERNATHY, SILAS HOWARD

Business, A.B Young Democrats' Club

ADCOCK, SHERWOOD LEE Henderson

Business, A.B. Varsity Basketball;

Future Business Leaders of America.

ADKINS, FRANCIS ASBURY Mardela Springs, Maryland.

Business, A.B. Society for the Advancement of Management;

Future Leaders of America.

ALDRIDGE, SANTA LEE Southport

Business, B. S.

ALFORD, MURRAY MAC Lumberton

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club: Mathematics Club;

Westminsl Fellowship, President.

ALLEGOOD, ADDIE M. Ayden

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association;

Association for Childhood Education.

ALLEN, ANNE FRANCES Farmville

English and Social Studies, B.S. EAST CAROLINIAN; Frenshman Counselor;

Chapel Dean's Advisory Council; Sigma Tau Delta; Young Democrats' Club.

Vice President, President; North Carolina Young Democrats' Club, Secretary;

National Young Democrats' Club Federation; Alpha Omicron Pi, Vice President;

Junior Class Secretary; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

ALLEN, BRENDA LEE Pantego

Business, B.S. Future Business Leaders of America; Pi Omega Pi;

BUCCANEER.

ALLEN, CAROLYN JEAN Morganton

English, and Social Studies, B.S.

ALLEN, SHELBY DEAN Williamston

Business, B.S. Studnt National Education Association: Slay Dormitory

Treasurer; Future Business Leaders of America; Women's Chorus.

ALLSBROOK, LELAND LAWRENCE, JR. Scotland Neck

Physical Education and Industrial Arts, B.S.

ALSTON, RUBY LEIGH Windsor

Home Economics B.S. Home Economics Club; Student National Education; Wesley Foundation.

Seniors

ANDERS, WILLIE CLOYCE Clinton

Business, B.S. Lambda Chi Alpha, High Epsilon; Inter Fraternity Council,

Representative; Greek Week Chairman; Student Government Association,

Ring Committee; Freshman Orientation Counselor.

ANDERSON, ERNEST YATES Elizabeth City

Science and Social Studies, B.S.

ANDERSON, PHILLIP DALE Middlesex

Business, B.S. Chowan College.

ANDREWS, JANE MARIE Clinton

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education;

Student National Education Association.

AGNES, ROBERT LEE Plymouth

Business, A.B. Lambda Chi Alpha

ARNOLD, IRELL REX Fuquay Springs

Business, B.S.

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ARNOLD, STANLEY GERALD Fuquay Springs

Social Studies and English, A.B.

Young Democrats' Club.

ASBELL, JACQUELINE HUNTER Tyner

Grammar Education, B.S.

Student National Education Association; Sigma Pi Alpha,

Honorary Foreign Language Fraternity.

AUSTIN, DAWN ELIZABETH

English and Social Studies, B.S.

Alpha Xi Delta; East Carolinian; Chapel Choir.

AUTRY, SANDRA TAYE Fayetteville

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Women's Recreation

Association; Physical Education Major's Club; Intramural Sports.

AVERY, BENJAMIN KERR Goldsboro

Social Studies and English, A.B.

East Carolina Playhouse, President.

AYSCUE, PATRICIA ANN Washington

Music, B.S. Woman's College; College Orchestra; Music Educators

National Conference; Woman's Chorus; Student National Education Association.

BADGETT, JUDITH CAROL Broadway

Grammar Education, B.S. Woman's Chorus; Student National Education Association.

BAGGETT, JUDY LOUISE Windsor

English and Speech, B.S. Young Women's Christian Association;

Sigma Tau Delta; Physical Education Major's Club.

BAGNALL. EARLE EVERTON Tarpon Springs, Florida

Science and Social Studies, B.S.

BAILEY, ARTHUR MONROE, JR. Raleigh

Social Studies, B.S.

Spartanburg Junior College; Baptist Student Union.

BAILEY, GLENN ALFRED Harker's Island

Science and Psychology, B.S. King Youth Fellowship,

President; Inter-Religious Council, President.

BAILEY, SUE LYNN Benson

Grammar Education, B.S. Tau Sigma; Student National Education Association;

Kappa Delta Pi; Women's Judiciary; Garrett Dormitory, Secretary.

Seniors

BAILEY, WILMA FRANCES Salisbury

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Newman Club; Chi Omega.

BAKER, JUDY BALLANCE Greenville

Physical Education and English, B.S. Women's Recreation Association;

Physical Education Major's Club; Intramural Sports.

BANKS, DIANNE RUTH Holly Ridge

Grammar Education, B.S.

Student National Education Association.

BARBOUR, EDSEL TUCKER Four Oaks

Social Studies and English, B.S.

BARLOW, HELEN RONNIE Dracut, Massachusetts

Psychology, A.B.

Psychology Club.

BARLOW, WALTER DAVID Fayetteville

Industrial Arts, B.S. Alpha Delta Tau; Industrial Arts Club.

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BARNHILL, EDITH HODGES Greenville

Grammar Education, B.S.

BARRETT, BEBE VAUGHN Pinehurst

Primary Education, B.S.

College Union Board; Westminster Youth Fellowship; Association

for Childhood Education; Student National Education Association.

BARRETT, CAROL L. Sanford

Art, B.S. Art Cluh; Delta Phi Delta; Alpha Phi,

Recording Secretary; Meredith College.

BARRETT, KATHERINE ELIZABETH Greenville

Primary Education, B.S. Aquanymphs; Newman Club

BASNIGHT, REBECCA ANN Greenville

Psychology and Social Studies, A.B. Alpha Delta Pi;

Pan-Hellenic Council; Psychology Club.

BASS, EMMA DEANE SIMMONS Trenton

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association;

Association for Childhood Education.

BASS, BONNIE DAVIS Wilson

Science and Psychology, B.S. Woman's College.

BISSINGER, RICHARD TURNER Wilmington

Business, A.B.

BATCHELOR, BARBARA JO Nashville

Grammer Education, B.S.

Association for Childhood Education; Students National Education

Association; Women's Chorus.

BAUM, WALTER G. Engelhard

English and Social Studies, A.B. Canterbury Club, Vestry, Junior Warden;

Math Club; Honorary Drill Team; Sigma Phi Epsilon.

BAXLEY, CORA SUE

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association;

Association for Childhood Education.

Saint Pauls ion for Child- New Bern

BAXTER; JOHN ROBERT New Bern

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S.

Swimming Team; BUCCANEER: Physical Education Major's Club.

Seniors Inter Dormitory Council Formed

BAYNOR, GENE CROSBY Pinetown

Mathematics and Science, B.S.

Mathematics Club; Chi Beta Phi

BEDSOLE, ELIZABETH TROTTER Tar Heel

Primary Education, B.S. Louisburg

College; Kappa Delta; Homecoming Sponsor.

BELCHE, JUDITH FAYE Castalia

English and Library Science, B.S.

Sigma Tau Delta, Treasurer; Library Club.

BELL, HELEN JEANETTE Warsaw

Business, B.S.

Future Business Leaders of America.

BENNETT, DAVID GORDON Winstom Salem

Geography and Mathematics, A.B.

Wake Forest College; Gamma Theta Upsilon;

Wesley Foundation, Vice President; Mathematics

Club; Student Christian Association.

BENNETT, JAYNE GUNNELL Elizabethtown

Primary Education, B.S. Chi Omega;

Young Democrats' Club; Student National

Education Association; Woman's Chorus;

Marjorie Webster Junior College.

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BENNETT, MELVILLE ARTHUR Chocowinity

Business, A.B.

BERRY, JAMES WALTER Aurora

Science and Social Studies, B.S.

Science Club; Young Republicans' Club.

BEST, NANNIE SUE CRAWFORD Greenville

Primary Education, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma.

BIZZELL, ROBERT CHARLES Goldsboro

Business, A.B.

BLACK, SANDRA KAY Fayetteville

Foreign Language, A.B., B.S.

BLACKLEY, LAVERNE Durham

Physical Education and French, B.S. Alpha Phi,

President; Panhellenic Council, President;

Freshman Counselor; BUCCANEER; Military Queen;

Miss Greenville; Majorette.

Seniors

BLACKMORE, ANNETTE IRENE Burgaw

Primary Education, B.S.

Association for Childhood Education;

Women's Recreation Association.

BLACKWELL, MELBOURNE DALE, JR. Greenville

Music, B.S. East Carolina College Orchestra;

Symphonic Band, President; Brass Choir;

Marching Band, President; The Collegians, Leader;

Phi Mu Alpha, Warden; Concert Jazz Band.

BLACKWELL, MELBOURNE DALE, SR. Greenville

Library Science and Industrial Arts, B.S.

Library Club; Industrial Arts Club; North Carolina

Industrial Arts Association; American Industrial Arts

Association; Student National Education Association.

BLAKE, AMELIA VAUGHAN Fayetteville

English and Social Studies, B.S.

Winthrop College; BUCCANEER; EAST CAROLINIAN;

Canterbury Club; Young Democrats' Club;

Sigma Tau Delta; Student National Education Association.

BLAND, SUE ANN Kinston

Business, B.S.

Pi Omega Pi; Students National Education Association.

BLANKS, ILVIE GREY Roxboro

Primary Education, B.S.

BLANN, IRMA LEE Goldsboro

Primary Education, B.S.

Association for Childhood Education;

Student National Education Association.

BOADO, EDWARD JOSEPH Greenville

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S.

BOBERSKY, RICHARD MERRILL Berwick, Pennsylvania

Business, A.B.

Goldey Beacom School of Business.

BOLEN, HUGH B. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania

Business, A. B. Hebrew Youth Fellowship.

President; Society for the Advancement of Management.

BONNER, LANA LEE Greenville

Grammar Education, B.S. Angel Flight;

Miss Greenville Pageant.

BOTELER, EDWARD MORTIMORE, JR. Jacksonville

Mathematics and Physics, A.B.

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BOYD, GLENN THOMAS Washington

Business, A.B. College Union Board,

Vice President, President; Vice President

of Sophomore Class; Phi Kappa Tau, Secretary;

WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN

UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

BOYETTE, JANICE BERNICE Clayton

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood

Education; Student National Education;

Slay Hall Secretary.

BANTLEY, ROLAND CHESTER Bailey

Social Studies and Public Service, A.B.

BRIGGS, LORENE FAYE Leasburg

Social Studies and Public Service, A.B.

Campbell College; Alpha Omicron Pi.

BRIGGS, ORENE KAYE Leasburg

Social Studies and Public Service, A.B.

Campbell College; Alpha Omicron Pi.

BRINSON, DOROTHY LARUE New Bern

Science and Mathematics, B.S.

Stadium Construction Proceeded.

BRITT, NETTIE SUE Bladenboro

Grammar Education, B.S. College Union Board,

Corresponding Secretary; Student National Education

Association; Baptist Student Union; Woman's Chorus.

BROOK, MICHAEL C. Brooklyn, New York

Psychology and Social Studies, A.B. Psychology Club.

BROOKS, BETTY GRAY Reidsville

Primary Education, B.S. Future Business Leaders

of America; Student National Education Association.

BROOKS, MILDRED EVERETT Bath

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education

Association; Association for Childhood Education; Library Club.

BROOKSHIRE, ROGER NEIL Lenoir

Business, B.S. Brevard Junior College;

Future Business Leaders of America; Intramurals.

BROTHERS, ANNE LOUISE Elizabeth City

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta.

BROWN, CHARLES ALEXANDER Hamlet

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club; Intramural Sports.

BROWN, JACKIE GRADY Selma

English and Mathematics, B.S. Student National

Education Association; Mathematics Club; Freshman

Counselor; Baptist Student Union.

BROWN, LAWTON ESDUS, JR. Magnolia

Social Studies and English, A.B.

Young Republicans' Club; Baptist Student Union.

BROWN, OTIS CARSON, JR. Greenville

Social Studies and Geography, B.S.

BROWN, PATRICIA LOUISE Hobbsville

Primary Education, B.S. Freshman Counselor;

Tau Sigma; Association for Childhood Education;

Student National Education Association.

BROWN, SHIRLEY H. Seagrove

Grammar Education, B.S. BUCCANEER.

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BYRAN, ALEX GRAY Jacksonville

Biology, B.S. Science Club.

BUCK, EDDIE ALTON Wrightsville Beach

Business and Social Studies, B.S.

Lambda Chi Alpha; Future Business Leaders

of America; Intramural Sports.

BULLARD, BETTIE HANCOCK Greensboro

Music, B.S. College Choir; Woman's Chorus;

Choral Union; Opera Workshop; East Carolina

Playhouse, "South Pacific," "Guys and Dolls,"

"The Messiah," "Faust," "Old Maid and the Thief,"

"Sister Angelica."

BULLARD, THOMAS WINGATE, JR. Fayetteville

Mathematics and Social Studies, B.S.

BURDETTE, SALLY MAE Fayetteville

English and Social Studies, B.S, Angel Flight,

Commander, Executive Officer, Area Executive

Officer; Student National Education Association.

BURGESS, DAVID SAWYER Belcross

Social Studies and Geography, B.S.

BURRIS, JOY HAHN Concord

Art, B.S. Art Club; Alpha Xi Delta; Wingate Junior College.

BURRIS, MALCOLM LEE Henderson

Business, B.S. Delta Sigma Pi, Vice President, President;

Phi Sigma Pi; WWWS Campus Radio; BUCCANEER,

Assistant Business Manager.

BURRIS, RICHARD DONALD Mount Pleasant

Social Studies and English, B.S. Wingate Junior

College; Alpha Phi Omega, Vice President; Intramural Sports.

BURRISS, DONALD RAY Southport

Social Studies and Public Service, A.B.

BURRISS, SUSAN STARLING Greensboro

Biology, A.B. Woman's College.

BUTLER, JEAN ANN McLean, Virginia

Art, B.S. Delta Phi Delta, Secretary;

Art Club; Student Government Association.

Seniors

BUTLER, MURDOCK M., JR. Fayetteville

Chemistry and Science, A.B. Chi Beta Phi.

BYNUM, MERRILL HAMILTON, JR. Greenville

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S.

Lambda Chi Alpha; Circle K, Vice President;

Varsity Baseball; Physical Education Majors' Club.

BYRD, GERALD LEE Murfreesboro

Social Studies and English, B.S.

Chowan College; Baptist Student Union, Student Council

BYRD, RONALD DEAN Tarboro

Mathematics and Social Studies, B.S. Mathematics Club.

CAMPBELL, ANNE GREY Raleigh

English and French, B.S. Sigma Pi Alpha; Freshman Counselor.

CANADY, DAN CONRAD Fayetteville

Social Studies and Sociology, B.S. Air Force Reserve Officers

Training Corps; Intramural Sports; Student Government Association,

Entertainment Committee.

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CANNON, JAMES ALFRED, JR. Raleigh

English and Speech, B.S. Young Democrats' Club;

Newman Club; English Club; WWWS Campus Radio;

College Union Board.

CANNON, JOAN FRANCINE Ayden

Business, B.S. Delta Zeta; Student National Education

Association; EAST CAROLINIAN; East Carolina Playhouse;

Freshman Counselor.

CARROLL, WILLIAM WRIGHT Dunn

Psychology and Social Studies, A.B. Lambda Chi Alpha;

Men's Judiciary; Psychology Club.

CARTER, HELON GRACE Pink Hill

Primary Education, B.S. Delta Zeta; Student National

Education Association for Childhood Education.

CASH, RICHARD HENRY, JR. Louisburg

Business, A.B. Society for the Advancement of Manager

Young Men's Christian Association; Young Democrat's Club.

CATES, CAROLYN MADELINE Burlington

Primary Education, B.S. BUCCANEER; EAST CAROLINIAN; Young

Democrats' Club; Chi Omega; Student National Education Association.

CHAPMAN, VIRGINIA SUZON Charlotte

Primary Education, B.S. Catawba College; College Choir.

CHENWORTH, JOSEPH ADAMS Wilmington

Mathematics and Physics, A.B.

CHERRY, LINDA FAYE Greenville

Biology, B.S. Mount Olive Junior College; Free Will Baptist

Fellowship, Vice President; Science Club.

CHESNUTT, JAMES WARREN Turkey

Business, B.S. Student Government Association. Homecoming Committee,

Points Committee, Budget Committee, Executive Council, Assistant Treasurer,

Treasurer, Budget Committee Chairman; Pi Omega Pi, Vice President; Theta Chi;

Young Democrats' Club; BUCCANEER; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN

UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

CHESSON, JESSE PARKER, JR. Hertford

Science and Physical Education, B.S. Physical Education Club;

Phi Sigma Pi; EAST CAROLINIAN

CHESSON, LELA HARRELL Williamston

English and Science, B.S.

New Seal Adopted

CHILDRESS, CLARENCE GUTHRIE Sanford

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps,

Rifle Team, Secretary; Theta Chi; Arnold Air Society; Freshman Orientation Counselor.

CHRISTENBURY, NANCY KAREN Fayetteville

Primary Education, B.S Pfeiffer College; Student National Education Association

for Childhood Education; Aquanymph.

CHUCHOLA, RONALD T. Pennsville, New Jersey

Business, B.S. Canterbury.

CLARK, BRENDA JOYCE Concord

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Brevard Junior College;

Physical Education Majors' Club; Modern Dance Club;

Women's Recreation Association.

CLARK, FAYE ELIZABETH Lillington

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; College Union Board.

COBB, SANDRA CATHLEEN LaGrange

Business, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta, Secretary; Future Business Leaders of America,

Secretary, Treasurer; Freshman Counselor; Garrett Dormitory Secretary

195






COGHILL, BETTY V. Henderson

Primary Education, B.S. Louisburg Junior College.

COLLIER, BETTY JOSEPH Raleigh

Grammar Education, B.S. Dean's Advisory Council;

Young Women's Christian Association; Student

National Education Association, Vice President,

President; Association for Childhood Education;

College Union Board; Westminster Youth Fellowship,

Secretary; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN

UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

COLLIER, CARA EUGENIA Linden

Mathematics and Physics, B.S. Mathematics Club;

Chi Beta Phi; Mariah D. Graham Mathematics Club Award.

COOKE, FAYE ELLEN Stantonsburg

English and Social Studies, B.S. Alpha Omicron Pi;

Student National Education Association; North Carolina

English Teachers Association.

COOKE, OLIVE HERRING Rockingham

Music, B.S. College Choir; Chapel Choir; Choral Union;

College Singers; Woman's Chorus; Sigma Alpha Iota,

Vice President; Garrett

Dormitory Vice President.

COPELAND, HENRY LEWIS Franklin, Virginia

Science, A.B.

SENIORS

COPELAND, JULIA MILLER Mary Hill

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education

Association; Library Club,

COPLEY, JAMES LEWIS Salisbury

Business, A.B. Society for the Advancement of Management;

Future Business Leaders of America.

CORBETT, JOHNNY NORMAN Elizabeth City

Physical Education and Psychology, B.S.

Physical Education Major's Club; Intramural Sports.

COSBY, WAYNE MANUEL Winterpock, Virginia

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S.

COUNTS, KATHRYN LEE Wilmington

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club.

COX, JOHN COLUMBUS, JR. Spray

English and Social Studies, B.S.

COX, LYNDA LYLE Georgetown, South Carolina

Music, B.S. Concert Band; Orchestra; Marching Band.

COX, LYNN ALTON Turkey

Industrial Arts, B.S. Air Force Reserve Officers

Training Corps; Alpha Delta Tau, President; Arnold Air

Society; Industrial Arts Club, Secretary.

COX, WILLIAM BOYD Greenville

Science, A.B. Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary;

Chi Beta Phi; American Chemical Society.

COZART, H. FRANCES Greenville

Science, A.B. Chi Beta Phi.

CRAFT, RICKEY MURLE Jacksonville

Social Studies and Psychology, B.S.

CRAWFORD, CLARA FAYE Greenville

Primary Education, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma.

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CRAWLEY, WILLIAM CHARLES Raleigh

Business, A.B.

CREECH, DENIS LAVERN Fayetteville

Business and Social Studies, A.B. Future Business Leaders of

America; Society for the Advancement of Management; Young

Democrats' Club; Intramural Sports; College Union Board;

Baptist Student Union.

CREECH, HUBERT ANDREW Smithfield

Business, A.B. Future Business Leaders of America.

CREECH, MARGARET ANNE Zebulon

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association;

Association for Childhood Education; Freshman Counselor.

CRICKMORE, VIVIAN PARNEE Enfield

English and Library Science, B.S. Student National Education Association;

North Carolina Education Association; Library Science Club.

CRISP, JEAN EDWARDS Lewiston

Primary Education, B.S. George Peabody College; Association for Childhood

Education; Student National Education Association; Woman's Chorus.

Mass Confusion Typified Orientation

CROSS, LOUIS DANIEL Richmond, Virginia

Business, B.S. Future Business Leaders of America.

CROWDER, MARVIN LINWOOD, JR. Clarksville, Virginia

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S.

CRUMPLER, EDWARD HUGH Goldsboro

Business, A.B. Alpha Phi Omega, Treasurer, Historian;

Future Business Leaders of America; Intramural Sports.

CRUMPLER, KATRINA Roseboro

Psychology and Social Studies, A.B. Freshman Class Secretary;

College Union Board; Psychology Club, Secretary; Garrett

Hall Vice President; Homecoming Sponsor.

CRUTCHLOW, ELLA SUE Suffolk, Virginia

Social Studies and English, B.S. Tau Sigma.

CUMMINGS, JERRY ALDEN Tarboro

Science and Geography, A.B. Alpha Phi Omega;

Men's Glee Club.

CURRIN, JULIANA V. Northside

Primary Education, B.S. Woman's Chorus; Student National Education

Association; Association for Childhood Education; Tau Sigma.

CURTISS, ROBERT EARLE Scarsdale, New York

Industrial Arts, B.S. Alpha Phi Omega.

DANIEL, SANDRA LEIGH Roanoke Rapids

Elementary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association;

Alpha Delta Pi; Association for Childhood Education.

DANIEL, WILLIS JULE, JR. Roxboro

Business, B.S.

DANIELS, JEAN GUPTON Glendon

Social Studies and Art, B.S.

DANIELS, PEGGY JEAN Laura Hill

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association;

Young Democrats Club; Association for Childhood Education; Chi Omega;

Marshal; Freshman Counselor.

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DAVENPORT, WALTER KENNETH Clinton

Chemistry, A.B.

DAVIS, MARY HUGHES Ash

English and Music, B.S. College Orchestra; Marching Band; Woman's Glee

Club; Music Educators National Conference; Baptist Student Union;

Sigma Alpha Iota; National Council of Teachers of English.

DAVIS, MARY JOHN Elizabeth City

Primary Education, B.S. Freshman Counselor; Association for Childhood Education;

Student National Education Association; Young Women's Christian Association

DAVIS, THOMAS L. Hopewell, Virginia

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Inter-Fraternity Council.

DAY, BENJAMIN GORDON Morehead City

Social Studies and Science, B.S, Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps.

DEAN, EDNA MARIE Timberlake

Business, B.S. North Carolina Education Association; Future Business Leaders of America.

DEAN, JANET MARIE Lillington

Social Studies English, B.S.

DEANS, RACHEL MARIE Tarboro

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association.

DEATON, JANICE P. Goldsboro

Business, B.S. Delta Zeta; Panhellenic Council, Secretary.

DERRICK, MILDRED ELIZABETH Greenville

Chemistry, A.B. Chi Beta Phi, Secretary, Vice President;

Home Economics Club; BUCCANEER; Kappa Delta, Treasurer;

Science Club; Aquanymphs; Marching Band; Concert Band; Freshman

Chemistry Handbook Award; James Finley Spear Junior Memorial Award;

National Science Foundation Summer Research Program at Emory University;

WHO'S WHO AMONG STU- DENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

DEVANE, ELIZABETH ANNE Clinton

English and Library Science, B.S. Library Club; Alpha Phi;

English Club; Women's Recreation Association; BUCCANEER.

DEW, BRENDA LEAH Tarboro

Grammar Education, B.S. Marching Band; Varsity Band; Woman's Chorus; Student

National Education Association; Association for Childhood Education; Freshman Counselor.

SENIORS

DEXTER, CHARLOTTE WRAY Wilmington

Geography and Psychology, A.B. Woman's Chorus; BUCCANEER.

DEICHMANN, ELIZABETH LIPPS New Bern

Grammar Education, B.S. Alpha Delta Pi; Coker College.

DIETZ, LEE CALVIN Winston Salem

Physics, A. B.

DODSON, GEORGE ALTON Mebane

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Louisburg College;

Student Government Association; Young Republicans Club;

Physical Education Major's Club.

DONAT, CHARLOTTE HAMILTON Farmville

English and Speech, A.B. East Carolina Playhouse, Vice President;

WWWS Radio; WWWS Television; EAST CAROLINIAN; Student Government

Association, Budget Committee.

DOVE, JOYCE LEE Bladenboro

Home Economics, B.S. Phi Omicron; Home Economics Club.

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DOWDY, GARY JOSEPH Manteo

Geography and Social Studies, A.B.

Chowan College; Gamma Theta Upsilon, Vice President.

DOYLE, JUDITH ANNE Raleigh

English and Social Studies, B.S. Chi Omega; BUCCANEER.

DUDLEY, BONNIE MAGGS Greenville

Grammar Education, B.S. Kappa Delta Pi;

Student National Education Association.

DUDLEY, DAVID FREDERICK Kinston

Geography and Science, A.B. Pi Kappa Alpha, Social Chairman;

Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, Competitive Drill Award.

DUNLOW, DOROTHY D. JACKSON Elizabeth City

Business and English, B.S. Pi Omega Pi, Secretary; Kappa Delta Pi,

Secretary, Treasurer; Future Business Leaders of America.

DUNN, BETTY MODLIN Williamston

English and Social Studies, B.S. Student National Education Association, Secretary.

EAGLES, LAURA KATHRYN Hope Mills

Social Studies and English, B.S. Homecoming Sponsor.

EATMAN, LAVERNE EDYTH Statesville

Primary Education, B.S. East Carolina Playhouse, "Annie Get Your Gun," "South Pacific."

EDWARDS, DAVID FRANKLIN Statesville

Biology and Chemistry, B.S. Appalachian State Teachers College;

Mitchell College; Science Club; Biological Seminar.

EDWARDS, HARVEY WILSON, JR. Goldsboro

Social Studies and Geography, B.S. Alpha Phi Omega, Chaplain;

Young Democrats' Club; Westminster Youth Fellowship.

EDWARDS, JOE W. Bladenboro

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Alpha Phi Omega;

Physical Education Majors' Club; Varsity Baseball.

EDWARDS, PATSY ANN Rocky Mount

Primary Education, B.S. Woman's Chorus; Student National

Education Association; EAST CAROLINIAN.

September 14 Brought First Class Day

EDWARDS, STEPHEN BRUCE Fayetteville

Business, A.B.

EIDSON, EDITH HENRY Williamston

Science, B.S. Wilmington Junior College.

ELIAS, CHARLOTTE ZETTIE Weldon

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association.

ELIAS, JO ANN Weldon

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Physical Education

Major's Club; Women's Recreation Association.

ELKINS, TERRY GAIL Burlington

English and Library Science, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta; Panhellenic Council,

Recording Secretary, Vice President; BUCCANEER; Student National Education

Association; Freshman Counselor; Library Club; English Club.

ELLIS, BARBARA ANN Faison

English and Library Science, B.S. Chief Marshal; Library Club;

Young Democrats' Club; Freshman Counselor; Chi Omega, Vice

President, Secretary; Senior Class Secretary; Homecoming Sponsor;

Student National Education Association; Theta Chi Dream Girl; Miss

Pitt County; Representative to Governor's Inaugural Ball; WHO'S WHO

AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES

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ELLIS, MARTHA CARROLL

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. Freshman Counselor;

Westminster Youth Fellowship, Vice President; Alpha Phi, Chaplain.

ENGLISH, MILDRED LOUISE Jacksonville

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association.

ESTES, ROBERT JAMES Norfolk, Virginia

Science and Social Studies, A.B. Lambda Chi Alpha.

EVANS, FREDDIE SHEA Pelham

Science, B.S.

EVANS, HIRAM BUTLER Decatur, Georgia

Chemistry, A.B. Chi Beta Phi.

EVERS, SHELBY JEAN Lumberton

English and Mathematics, B.S. Mathematics Club; King Youth Fellowship.

Seniors

EY, AGNES NORTON New Bern

Primary Education, B.S.

FAIRCLOTH, GLORIA DELILAH Elm City

English and Library Science, B.S. Student National Education

Association; Young Club; Baptist Student Union; Library Club.

FARRISS, FRANCIS CHADBOURN Wilmington

Social Studies and Public Service, A.B. Tennis Team.

FAULKNER, WALTER C. Henders

Business, B.S. Delta Sigma Pi, Historian, Deltasig Correspondent,

Professional Chairman, Deltasig of The Year Award ; Dean's Advisory

Council; Publications Board, Outstanding Contributions to Publications

Award; Freshman Orientation Counselor; BUCCANEER, Associate Editor,

Editor; EAST CAROLINIAN, Summer School Associate Editor; Student Government

Association; American Premier "Wages of Sin"; Future Business Leaders of America;

Delegate to Associated Collegiate Press Conference in Miami Beach, Florida,

Detroit, Michigan, and to CSPA at Columbia University in New York; WHO'S WHO

AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

FINCH, JOHN BRINKLEY Laurinburg

Industrial Arts, B.S. Alpha Delta Tau; Industrial Arts Club, Vice President

FINLEY, RUSSELL J. Tamaqua, Pennsylvania

Business, A.B. Society for the Advancement of Management,

Arrangements Chairman; Goldey Beacom School of Business.

FIPPS, LOWERY LANE Clarendon

Science and Mathematics, B.S.

FLAKE, JOE M., JR. Farmville

Social Studies and History, B.S. Circle K Club, President,

International Secretary, District Governor Carolinas Circle K;

Student Government Association; Air Force Reserve Officers Training

Corps, Staff Photographer; Varsity Band; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN

AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

FLEMING, BRENDA RUTH Laurinburg

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association;

Association for Childhood Education; Young Democrats' Club.

FLEMING, JAMES DURWOOD Creedmoor

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Campbell College;

Physical Education Major's Club.

FLETCHER, CAROLISTA CABELL Art, B.S. Art Club; REBEL, Exchange Editor;

Canterbury Club; Religious Council; Student Government Association.

FLETCHER, DAVID BRECKENRIDGE Edenton

Social Studies and Psychology, B.S.

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FLETCHER, JUDITH ANN Union Grove

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education

Association; Baptist Student Union; Chapel Choir.

FLOWE, OLIN TWEED Matthews

Mathematics and Social Studies, B.S. Mathematics Club.

FLOWERS, GERALDINE Rockingham

Primary Education, B.S. King Youth Fellowship;

Student National Education Association.

FOGLEMAN, BETTY JEAN Rougemont

Grammar Education, B.S. BUCCANEER; Woman's Chorus; Student National

Education Association; Association for Childhood Education.

FOLKES, ROBERT STEVEN La Mirada, California

Physical Education and Psychology, B.S. College Union Board;

Judo Club; Physical Education Major's Club; Weight Lifting Club,

Secretary; Phi Epsilon Kappa; Intramural Sports.

FORBES, BECKY LOU Williamston

Music, B.S. College Choir, Treasurer; Choral Union; Opera Workshop;

Sigma Alpha Iota, Secretary, Vice President; Chapel Choir; Freshman

Counselor; East Carolina Playhouse, "Faust," "Sister Angelica."

Enrollment Reached All Time High

FOSTER, ELIZABETH DIANA Graham

Marshal; Freshman Counselor; Junior Class Treasurer; Senior

Class Treasurer; Sigma Sigma Sigma, Secretary; Homecoming Sponsor.

FOWLER, HAROLD DAVIS Fayetteville

Business, A.B. College Union Bowling League.

FRANKLIN, BARBARA JACKSON Greenville

Library Science and English, B.S.

Queens College; Westminister Youth Fellowship.

FRANKLIN, CHARLES ROBERT Kinston

Social Studies and Psychology, A. B.

FRANKLIN, WALTER MCKINNEY, JR. Charlotte

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club

FRAZIER, DWIGHT, JR. Henderson

Mathematics and Physics, A.B.

Varsity Basketball; Mathematics Club.

FREEMAN, RUFUS R. Roseboro

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S.

Kappa Alpha; Physical Education Major's Club;

BUCCANEER; News Bureau Photographer.

FULFORD, JON WIKANDER Hertford

Mathematics and Social Studies, B.S.

Young Democrats' Club; Canterbury Club.

FUTREAL, CHERRY ANN Rocky Point

English and Foreign Language, B.S.

English Club, Vice-President; Sigma Tau Delta,

Secretary; Wilson Dormitory Treasurer; BUCCANEER.

FUTREAL, CHERRY ANN Rocky Point

English and Foreign Language, B.S. English Club,

Vice President; Sigma Tau Delta, Secretary; Wilson

Dormitory Treasurer; BUCCANEER.

GAINEY, NELLIE HOLMES Beauford

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education

Association; Association for Childhood Education.

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GALE, LINDA RAY Lumberton

English and Speech, B.S. Kappa Delta; East Carolina Playhouse.

GALLOGHER, SUE GRETCHEN Culpeper, Virginia

Music, B.S. Marching Band; Symphonic Band, Orchestra; Choral Union;

Sigma Alpha Iota, Secretary, Treasurer; Freshman Counselor;

East Carolina Playhouse, "South Pacific."

GALLUP, STEVE ROY Bronx, New York

Social Studies and Psychology, B.S. Alpha Epsilon Pi;

Hehrew Youth Fellowship; Inter-Fraternity Council.

GAMBLE, PATRICIA NIVEN Waxhaw

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association;

Association for Childhood Education; Baptist Student Union;

Women's Recreation Association; Wingate College.

GAMMON, LINDA JANE Woodsdale

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education

Association; Woman's Chorus.

GANEY, JAMES HENDRIX Rockingham

Social Studies and Psychology, B.S. King Youth Fellowship.

Seniors

GARDNER, LINDA ANN Goldsboro

Business, B.S. Future Business Leaders of America; Student

National Education Association; Pi Omega Pi; Young Friends,

President; Inter-Religious Council.

GARNER, NELL DIXON Mount Olive

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association,

Vice President; Association for Childhood Education; Chapel Choir;

"The Messiah."

GARRISS, JOHN W. Clinton

Business, A.B. Delta Sigma Pi, Alumni Secretary, Publicity Chairman;

BUCCANEER, Classes Editor, Associate Editor; EAST CAROLINIAN, Photographer;

Delegate to Associated Collegiate Press Conferences in Miami, Florida and

Detroit, Michigan; Freshman Orientation Counselor; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS

IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

GASTER, MINNIE GARDNER Elon College

English and Speech, B.S. East Carolina Playhouse, President.

GAY, GLADYS EARLE Ayden

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association;

Association for Childhood Education; Tau Beta Sigma, Historian;

Woman's Chorus.

GIBBS, BONNIE KAY Lynnhaven, Virginia

Foreign Language, B.S. Sigma Pi Alpha.

GILBERT, VIRGINIA YAKUTIS Calypso

Primary Education, B.S. North Carolina Education Association;

Student National Education Association; Woman's Chorus;

Women's Glee Club.

GLIDEWELL, ILA MAE Stokesdale

Social Studies and Geography, B.S.

GLOVER, M. ELIZABETH Gastonia

Business, B.S. Slay Dormitory' President; Women's Judiciary,

Chairman; Discipline Committee; Student Government Association;

Executive Council; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Dean's Advisory Council;

WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

GODWIN, JUDITH ANN Willow Springs

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association;

Association for Childhood Education, Vice President; Tau Sigma;

Garrett Hall Vice President; Freshman Counselor.

GOINS, DORIS WINSLOW Robersonville

Social Studies and Library Science, B.S. Woman's College.

GOLDEN, GEORGE DONNLEY Atlantic

Business, A.B.

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GOODWIN, WILLIAM CARROLL Greenville

Science and English, B.S. Kappa Alpha; Phi Sigma Pi, Treasurer;

Student Government Association, Summer School Secretary', External

Affairs Committee Chairman; Circle K Club; Chi Beta Phi, Treasurer;

Disciple Student Fellowship, Vice President; Varsity Band;

WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

GORDON, JOE LEE Monroe

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Phi Epsilon Kappa.

GORRIE, ELIZABETH WHITLEY Williamston

Primary Education, B.S.

GOSSETT, WILLIAM TED Rocky Mount

Music, B.M. Lambda Chi Alpha; College Choir; Men's Glee Club.

GRADY, HARVEY W., JR. Deep Run

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club.

GRADY, LINDA KAYE Kinston

English and Social Studies, B.S. Alpha Delta Pi; Ragsdale Hall

Treasurer; Young Democrats' Club; BUCCANEER.

"J.B." Presented Fall Quarter

GRADY, SPENCER RAY Goldsboro

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club, President;

Alpha Delta Tau, Vice President; Dean's Advisory Council.

GRAHAM, JUDITH ANN Efland

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education;

Student National Education Association; BUCCANEER.

GIANT, THOMAS EUGENE Kinston

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Physical Education Major's Club.

GREEN, C. CLINTON Harmony

Industrial Arts, B.S. Phi Sigma Pi; Alpha Delta Tau; Westminster

Youth Fellowship; Industrial Arts Club.

GREEN, VIRGINIA ANN Greenville

Mathematics and Physics, B.S. Aquanymphs, Secretary, Treasurer;

Mathematics Club, Vice President; Baptist Student Union; Chi Beta Phi.

GREER, CAROLYN LOUISE Wilmington

Primary Education, B.S.

GRIFFITH, BETTY ROSE Greenville

Physical Education and English, A.B. Modern Dance Club, Artistic Director;

Theater Dance, Instructor; Musical Choreographer.

GRIFFITH, GEORGE L. Kannapolis

Psychology and Music, A.B. Music Educators National Conference; Marching Band;

Varsity Band; BUCCANEER; Methodist Student Center; Young Men's Christian Association,

Treasurer; Men's Glee Club; Chapel Choir; Choral Union; Inter-Religious Council;

Student Christian Association, President.

GIUMES, JUNIUS DANIEL, III Washington

English and Social Studies, A.B. REBEL, Associate Editor, Editor; EAST CAROLINIAN,

Columnist, Editor; Publication's Board; Delegate to Associated Collegiate Press

Conferences in Miami, Florida, and Detroit, Michigan; Student Government Association;

Dean's Advisory Council; Disciplinary Committee; Freshman Orientation Counselor;

WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

GRINDSTAFF, NANCY ROSE Newton

Art, A.B. Art Club.

GRUBBS, WILLIAM ALTON Burlington

Business, A.B. Circle K Club, Secretary, Board of Directors.

GUENTHER, ROBERT CHRISTOPHER Goldsboro

Business, A.B. Southern Methodist University; Pi Kappa Alpha; Newman

Club; Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, Arnold Air

Society; Alpha Phi Omega.

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GURLEY, LINDA PEARL Princeton

Library Science and Social Studies, B.S. Library Club;

Student National Education Association.

GUYTON, JANICE SUE Bladenboro

Business, B.S. Pi Omega Pi; Future Business Leaders of

America, Recording Secretary; Women's Recreation Association.

HADDEN, RICHARD LOUIS Goldsboro

Psychology and Business, A.B.

HALES, JESMAN ARNOLD Fremont

Social Studies and Geography, B.S. Air Force Reserve Officers

Training Corps, Arnold Air Society; Gamma Theta Upsilon.

HAMILL, WILLIAM NELSON Weldon

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club.

HAMLETT, MICHAEL LYNN Roxboro

English and Social Studies, B.S. Frederick College.

HAMMOND, LUCY OLIVIA New Bern

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Delta Pi; Freshman Council; Homecoming

Queen Sponsor; Student National Education Association; Cheerleader;

Women's Recreation Association.

HAMMOND, RUBY JACQUELINE New Bern

Primary Education, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma; Freshman Counselor;

Women's Judiciary; Aquanymphs; Student National Education Association.

HARDEE, LILLIE CAROLINE Wilmington

Grammar Education, B.S. Baptist Student Union; Student National Education

Association; Association for Childhood Education.

HARDIE, SHELVA JEAN Clarendon

Biology, A.B., B.S. Science Club, Secretary, Treasurer; Young Democrats Club;

Baptist Student Union; Lecture Series Committee; Young Women's Christian Association.

HARDISON. BENJAMIN FLOYD, JR. Arapahoe

Social Studies and Physics, B.S. Phi Kappa Tau, Treasurer, Chaplain;

Inter-Fraternity Council; Baptist Student Union.

HARDISON, MARJORIE MARIE Kinston

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Association

for Child hood Education; Women's Chorus.

Seniors

HARPER, VIRGIL BLACKLEDGE Kinston

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club.

BARRELL, FLORENCE FAYE Tarboro

Business, B.S.

HAARRELL, GERALD LESTER Edenton

Business, A.B. BUCCANEER; East Carolina Playhouse, Treasurer, Secretary;

Future Business Leaders of America; Student Government Association,

Productions Committee Co-Chairman.

HARRINGTON, MARGIE RAE Kannapolis

Mathematics and Science, B.S. Wingate Junior College; Angel Flight;

Mathematics Club; Science Club; BUCCANEER.

HARRIS, BETH Bailey

English and Library Science, B.S. Chi Omega, Secretary; Student National

Education Association; Student Government Association, Student Senate;

Cotten Hall President; Homecoming Queen Sponsor; Dean's Advisory Council;

Women's Judiciary; Marshal; BUCCANEER; Young Democrats' Club;

Best Dressed Coed for GLAMOUR Magazine.

HARRIS, JAMES ALSON, JR. Portsmouth, Va.

Business, A.B. Lambda Chi Alpha; Circle K Club;

Future Business Leaders of America

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HARRIS, LIN WOOD ALLEN Greenville

Science, B.S. Theta Chi; Science Club.

HARRIS, MARTIN LUTHER Greenville

Business, A.B. Society for the Advancement of Management;

Future Business Leaders of America; EAST CAROLINIAN.

HARRIS, MARY GAYNELL Greenville

Business, B.S. King Youth Fellowship: Future Business Leaders of America.

HARRIS, SYLVIA PARKS Enfield

Business, B.S. Pi Omega Pi, President; Future Business Leaders of America;

WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

HARRIS, WILLIAM SHERROD, JR. Emporia

Social Studies and Sociology, Theta Chi.

HARRISON, JUDITH LYNN Plymouth

Home Economics, B.S. Phi Omicron, Reporter; Home Economics Club,

Reporter; Freshman Counselor.

HARWARD, JOHN DOUGLAS Concord

Physical Education and Psychology, B.S. Sigma Nu;

Physical Education Majors Club.

HATCH, JOHNNY GRATTAN Clinton

Physical Education and Mathematics, B.S.

Physical Education Majors Club; Intramural Sports.

HATTEM, ALICE O'BRIANT Williamston

Grammar Education, B.S.

HAWKES, MALISSIE DORCAS Willow Springs

Grammar Education, B.S.

HAZLETON, GEORGE LIVINGSTON Greenville

Physics, B.S.

HEDGEPETH, JOHN ELVIN Henderson

English and Social Studies, B.S. King Youth Fellowship

L & M Campaign Funds Mounted.

HEERY, JOHN JOSEPH Gibbstown, N.J.

Business, A.B. Society for the Advancement of Management;

Newman Club; WWWS-AM; Inter-Religious Council.

HELMS, WILLIAM PHIL Charlotte

Business, A.B. Delta Sigma Pi; BUCCANEER.

HENDERSON, JERRY DAVID Ayden

Chemistry, A.B.

HILL, JEAN BAKER Louisburg

Home Economics, B.S. Phi Omicron; Home Economics Club.

HILL, JOHN R. Kinston

Business, B.S.

HILL, MARGARET ELLEN MINSON Groton, Conn.

Mathematics, A.B., B.S. Mathematics Club; Aquanymphs;

Modern Dance Club; Chi Beta Phi; Science Club;

Theater Dance Group.

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HILL, SHELBY JEAN Goldsboro

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education;

Student National Education.

HILLIARD, RAYMOND GRANT Franklinville

Business, A.B.

HINDSLEY, LAWRENCE WAYNE Wilmington, Delaware

Business, B.S. College Union Bowling League.

HINNANT, HAROLD GRAY Maury

Social Studies, B.S.

HINSON, PHYLLIS EMILY Whiteville

English and Library Science, B.S. Sigma Tau Delta; EAST CAROLINIAN;

Young Democrats Club; "Guys and Dolls"; "Merchant of Venice."

HINTZ, ROBERT EDWARD West Liberty, Iowa

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Physical Education

Majors Club; Men's Chorus; Phi Kappa Alpha.

Seniors

HOBBS, WINDSOR KEITH Warsaw

Psychology and Biology, A.B. Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary; Freshman Counselor;

Publications Board; EAST CAROLINIAN, Business Manager; Psychology Club;

Society for the Advancement of Management; WWWS-TV.

HOLLIDAY, PEGGY WOOD Tarboro

Science, B.S. Science Club; Homecoming Queen Sponsor.

HOLLINGSWORTH, FRANCES ERWIN Roanoke Rapids

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association;

Association for Childhood Education; Opera Theater.

HOLLINGSWORTH, JOSEPH WEBSTER Brevard

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. Lambda Chi Alpha; Gamma Theta Upsilon, President.

HOLLOMAN, ALTON WAYNE Wilson

Psychology and Geography, A.B. Sigma Nu.

HOLLOMAN, AUDREY DEANE Harrellsville

Home Economics, B.S. Phi Omicron, Secretary, Treasurer; Freshman Counselor;

Homecoming Sponsor; Home Economics Club, Vice President, President;

Cotten Hall Vice President; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN

UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

HOLMES, ANNETTE Bowden

Grammar Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education;

Student National Education Association.

HOLTON, ALFORD JESSE, JR. Louisburg

Music, B.S. Marching Band; Symphonic Band; Varsity Band; Collegians;

Phi Mu Alpha, Treasurer; Music Educators National Conference,

Treasurer, Vice President, President.

HOOPER, TRACY CARLYLE Stumpy Point

Mathematics and Physics, B.S.

HOOPER, VERNA MANN Kill Devil Hills

Primary Education, B.S. Tau Sigma; Student National Education

Association; Association for Childhood Education.

HOPKINS, ELLA LOUISE Jamesville

Grammar Education, B.S. WWWS; Young Democrats Club;

Student National Education Association.

HOPKINS, GILES DION Concord

Social Studies and Geography, B.S. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Charter Member,

President; Senior Class President Inter- Fraternity Council;

Dean's Advisory Council, Student Government Association, Historian,

Executive Council, Budget Committee, Student Senate; WHO'S WHO AMONG

STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

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HORNE, MARGUERITE COCHRAN Greenville

Primary Education, B.S

HORNING, CAROLYN JANE Pottsville, Pennsylvania

Business, B.S. Newman Club; Pi Omega Pi; Future Business Leaders

of America; Student National Education Association.

HOUSE, RICHARD MONADUKE Tarboro

Social Studies and English, B.S.

HOWARD, JAMES ODELL Pink Hill

Industrial Arts, B.S. Alpha Delta Tau, Secretary, Treasurer;

Industrial Arts Club; Intramural Sports.

HUBBARD, NANCY DEANE Norfolk, Virginia

Primary Education, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma; Association for

Childhood Education; Chapel Choir.

HUFFMAN, REBECCA LOU Greensboro

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Aquanymphs.

Tommye Suggs-Homecoming Queen.

HUGHES, PATRICIA ANN Chadbourn

English and Social Studies, B.S. Freshman Counselor.

HULCHER, CHARLES BUTLER, JR. Kingstree, South Carolina

Music, B.S. Concert Band; Marching Band; Men's Glee Club;

Choral Union; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia; Collegians; Concert Jazz Band.

HUMPHREY, C. ASHLEY Lumberton

Business, B.S. Phi Kappa Tau, Treasurer, Vice President, President;

Inter-Fraternity Council; Baptist Student Union, Treasurer.

HUNT, RECTOR SAMUEL Burlington

Geography and Social Studies, A.B Sigma Nu.

HUNTER, ROBERT KORNEGAY Kinston

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club.

IDOL, GARY EUGENE Charlotte

Art, A.B. Charlotte Junior College; Theta Chi; Student Government

Association, Summer School Vice President, Senator, Delegate

to NSA; Art Club; BUCCANEER.

JACKSON, JAMES F. Palor Park, Illinois

Business, A.B. Society for the Advancement of Management;

Future Business Leaders of America.

JACKSON, JUDY FAYE Godwin

Business and Library Science, B.S. Library Club;

Student National Education Association;

Future Business Leaders of America.

JACKSON, SEPHIE LEE New Bern

Primary Education, B.S. Peace College; Home Economics Club;

Women's Glee Club; Student National Education Association.

JAMES, POLLY LEE Wallace

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Young Democrats Club;

Women's Recreation Association.

JARMAN, CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH Kinston

Business and English, B.S. Future Business Leaders of America,

Corresponding Secretary; Student National Education Association.

JERNIGAN, SANDRA KAY Vanceboro

Business and English, B.S. Women's Recreation Association;

Future Business Leaders of America; Student National Education Association.

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JOHNSON, ANN CAROLYN Angier

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association.

JOHNSON, BRENDA CAROLYN

French and English, B.S. Sigma Pi Alpha, Treasurer;

Student National Education Association.

JOHNSON, CHRIS RYAL Benson

English, B.S. East Carolina Playhouse; Sigma Tau Delta;

Student National Education Association.

JONES, ALMA ELIZABETH Seven Springs

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Assocation

JONES, ANN MURPHY Bell Arthur

Primary Education, B.S.

JONES, BONNIE JOYCE Durham

Home Economics, B.S.

JONES, GENE DOUGLAS Ash

Math and Physical Education, B.S.

JONES, JAMES WILLIAM Willington

Social Studies, B.S.

JONES, JO ANNE Clinton

English and French, B.S. King Youth Fellowship.

JONES, KYLE C. Elk Park

Business, A.B.

JONES, MARTHA SUE Ghent, New York

Business, B.S.

Averett College; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Canterbury Club.

JOURNIGAN, CLIFTON WAYNE Hendersen

Business, A.B. Delta Sigma Pi, Secretary, Vice President;

Future Business Leaders of America; EAST CAROLINIAN; BUCCANEER.

Seniors

POWERS, CHARLES DANNY Hemingway, South Carolina

Business, B.S. Future Business Leaders of America; Science Club; Wingate College.

JOYNER, EDWARD LEROY. JR. Fayetteville

Business, A.B. Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps; Sigma Phi Epsilon,

Charter Member; Young Democrats Club; Future Business Leaders of America;

Intramural Sports.

JOYNER, ELLEN GAYLE Knightdale

Business, A.B. Marshal; Alpha Omicron Pi, Assistant Treasurer, Treasurer.

KALLIO, HELEN ELIZABETH North East, Maryland

Business, B.S. EAST CAROLINIAN, Feature Editor, Copy Editor; Lutheran Student

Association, Secretary-Treasurer, President; Inter-Religious Council President;

Future Business Leaders of America; Pi Omega Pi; Goldey Beacom School of Business.

KATSIAS, ANTHONY Virginia Beach, Virginia

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Delta Sigma Phi, Vice President;

Inter-Fraternity Council; Physical Education Majors Club; Phi Epsilon Kappa;

EAST CAROLINIAN; BUCCANEER.

KAYLOR, RAY BUFORD Maiden

Science, A.B.

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KEEL, DAVID GENE Bethel

Mathematics and Science, B.S.

KEEL, LOWELL LEE Ahoskie

Science and Social Studies, B.S. TV Guild; Science Club.

KEEN, JANIS LYNN Newton Grove

Mathematics and Science, B.S. Mathematics Club; BUCCANEER;

Student National Education Association.

KENNEDY, SANDRA KAY Greenville

Spanish and French, B.S. Sigma Pi Alpha, Vice President.

KENNIE, NANCY GRACE High Point

Social Studies and Psychology, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma.

RLEY, JO NELL Mooresville

Primary Education, B.S. Chi Omega; Homecoming Sponsor;

Student National Education Association; Association for

Childhood Education; Student Government Association,

Senator, Special Events Committee; BUCCANEER.

Aycock Dormitory Dedicated

KILBY, ANN JONES Bath

Home Economics, B.S. Garrett Hall President; THE KEY,

Associate Editor; Home Economics Club; Woman's Judiciary;

Student Government Association, Senator, Co-Chairman Summer

School Ball; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES

AND COLLEGES.

KILPATRICK, MICHAEL WILSON Robersonville

Psychology, A.B. Phi Mu Alpha; Men's Glee Club; Psychology Club;

College Choir; Spring Musicals; Music Festival.

KING, REBECCA MORGAN Dunn

Science, B.S. Chi Beta Phi; Science Club; Baptist Student Union;

Home Economics Club; Freshman Physics Award.

KING, ROBERT WARREN Elizabeth City

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Baseball; Intramural Sports.

KINGREY, ROBERT NEAL Norfolk, Virginia

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Swimming Team, Co-Captain,

All-American Team; National Association Inter-Collegiate Athletics Diving

Champion; "Annie, Get Your Gun."

KNOWLES, RODNEY LEE New Bern

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; College Union.

KOONCE, SIDNEY GALE Rocky Mount

Business, B.S. Delta Sigma Pi, Historian; BUCCANEER, Assistant Business Manager,

Business Manager; Publications Board; Delegate to Associated Collegiate Press

Conference in Miami, Florida; Freshman Counselor; Chapel Choir; Student Government

Association Senator.

KOPLEY, ANNE M. Garden City, New Jersey

Business, B.S. Kappa Delta; Future Business Leaders of America; Valentine Queen;

Slay Hall Secretary.

KYLES, DON PAUL Maiden

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club.

LACKEY, KATHERINE CAROL Rockingham

Primary Education, B.S. Marching Band; Association for Childhood Education;

Woman's Glee Club; Woman's Chorus.

LAKIN, GARY EDWARD Portsmouth, Virginia

Business, A.B. Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps;

Future Business Leaders of America.

LANCASTER, CHARLES G. JR. Windsor

English and Social Studies, A.B. WWWS-FM, Station Manager;

TV Guild, President; Pi Kappa Phi; Dean's Advisory Council;

East Carolina Playhouse.

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LANCASTER, MARY JO Windsor

Business, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta, Vice President, President;

Chief Marshal; TV Guild; WWWS-FM, Secretary; Freshman Counselor;

EAST CAROLINIAN; Homecoming Sponsor; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN

AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

LAND, SYBLE LINDSEY Oak City

Grammar Education, B.S. Madison College; Westminster Fellowship,

Vice President; Association for Childhood Education, Corresponding

Secretary Secretary-Treasurer; BUCCANEER; Alpha Phi.

LARSON, GERALD THOMAS Forest City, Iowa

Mathematics and Business, A.B. Golf Team; Lutheran Student Association,

LASSITER, SHELDON RAY Gatesville

Industrial Arts, Industrial Arts Club; Alpha Delt Carolina

Industrial Arts Association Association.

LATES, JOSEPH KENT Fairwinds Bear, Delaware

Business, B.S.

LAWRENCE, P. ELIZABETH Sanford

Home Economics, B.S. Campbell College; Home Economics Club.

LEE, CLYDE EDWARD Fayeteville

Social Studies and Geography, B.S. Student Government Association,

Day Student Senator; Theta Chi; Inter-Fraternity Council.

LEE, DEANYE GRACE Pikeville

Biology, B.S. Mount Olive Junior College; Science Club;

Student National Education Association.

,EE, MARGIE FAYE Deep Run

Grammar Education, B.S.

LEE, SUDIE MAE Williamston

Business, B.S. King Youth Fellowship, Secretary;

Future Business Leaders of America.

LEE, ZEPLIN SANFORD, JR. Levittown, Pennsylvania

Biology, B.S. King Youth Fellowship.

LEFAVOR, MARSHALL WADE Bayside, Virginia

English and Psychology, B.S. Kappa Alpha Order;

Varsity Football; Varsity Track.

Seniors

LEGGETT, HUBERT KERMIT, JR. Greenville

Industrial Arts, B.S. Marching Band: Varsity Band;

Industrial Arts Club; Alpha Delta Tau.

LEITH, JOANN BARBER Greenville

Business and English, B.S.

LEWIS, CAROL GASKINS Greenville

Home Economics, B.S. Phi Omicron, Vice President;

Home Economics Club; King Youth Fellowship.

LEWIS, EVELYN FRANCES Cascade, Virginia

Mathematics and Science, B.S.

Mathematics Club.

LEWIS, JAMES EUGENE, JR. Havelock

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club; Chowan Colleg

LEWIS, JEAN CAROL Wilson

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association;

Young Women's Christian Association; Association for Childhood

Education; Women's Chorus.

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LEWIS, JIMMY WAYNE Washington

Social Studies and Physical Education, B.S. Phi Sigma Pi.

LEWIS, LYNDA CAROLE Knightdale

Primary Education, B.S. Cotten Hall Vice President;

Garrett Hall President; Freshman Counselor;

Student National Education Association; Kappa Delta Pi;

Association for Childhood Education; Tau Sigma, Vice President,

President; Young Women's Christian Association, President;

Baptist Student Union; Student Government Association, Student Senate,

Women's Judiciary; Student Christian Association, Vice President;

Chapel Choir, Vice President; Inter-Religious Council, Secretary;

WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

LILES, CAROLYN NEAL Littleton

Art, B.S. Art Club.

LINDSEY, VIVIAN WYNNE Plymouth

Primary Education, B.S. Garrett Hall Treasurer; Student National

Education Association; Freshman Counselor.

LINEBACK, NEAL GAMBILL Winston-Salem

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. Gamma Theta Upsilon, President.

LISK, RONALD CRAIG Swansboro

Science and Mathematics, B.S.

LITTLETON, JESSE FITZHUGH, JR. Swansboro

Social Studies and Geography, B.S.

LITTLETON, SEE FOSCUE Maysville

Library Science and French, B.S.

LOFTIN, MARY FARRIOR Mount Olive

Business, B.S.

LOGGINS, JAMES HENRY Winton-Salem

Business, B.S. Alpha Phi Omega, Historian; Future Business

Leaders of America.

LONG, LINDA KATHRYN Rockingham

Elementary Education, B.S. Varsity Band;

Student National Education Association.

LONG, MICHAEL ELMER New Bern

Geography and Social Studies, A.B.

Dean White Honored at Tea.

LORBACHER, FREDERICK GUSTAV Raleigh

Business, A.B. Future Business Leaders of America;

Society for the Advancement of Management, Secretary.

LOVIC, ROBERT HENRY Savannah, Tennessee

Business, A.B. Delta Sigma Pi, Treasurer; Future

Business Leaders of America; WWWS-TV and Radio; TV Guild.

LOY, NEIL E. Pantego

Science and Physics, A.B., B.S.

LYNCH, PRISCILLA FAYE Roanoke Rapids

Physical Education and Science, B.S, Women's Recreation

Association; Physical Education Majors Club;

Freshman Counselor; Fleming Hall Treasurer.

LYON, MARTHA JANE Durham

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association;

Association for Childhood Education; Delta Zeta; Freshman Counselor.

McARTHUR, DONALD LEE Greenville

Social Studies and Psychology, B.S.

Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps

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McCAIN, LELIA CAROLE Waxhaw

Grammar Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education;

Student National Educa- tion Association; Westminster Fellowship;

House Council; Young Democrats Club; Women's Recreation Association.

McCANTS, FLOYD WILLIAM Wyoming, Delaware

Physical Education and Psychology, B.S. Physical

Education Majors Club; Track Team.

McCORKLE, L. SARA Ralighe

Psychology, English, A.B.

McCREA, RONALD D. Durham

Social Studies and English, A.B. Theta Chi, Reporter, Social Chairman,

Historian; Faternity Council, Vice President; Collegians.

McCULLEN, CAROL LOUISE Clinton

Primary Education, B.S. College Union, Secretary, Social Chairman,

Delegate to Fine Arts Committee Convention, Homecoming Hostess,

Board Member; Homecoming Sponsor for Cotton Hall.

McCULLEN, SHIRLEY JEAN Clinton

Grammar Education, B.S. Sigma Tau Chi; Atlantic Christian College;

House Committee, Fleming and Cotton Dorm; Woman's Chorus; Association

for Childhood Education; Student National Education Association;

Young Democrats Club; Women's Recreation Association.

Seniors

McDONALD, NORMA CAROLE Mount Olive

Primary Education, B.S. Peace College; Kappa Delta; Miss Slay Dorm; BUCCANEER.

McDUFFIE, MARY JUDITH Princeton

Grammar Education, B.S. Emmanuel College; King Youth Fellowship.

McGEE, NATHAN EUGENE Conover

Business, A.B. Delta Sigma Pi; Future Business Leaders of America;

Society for the Advancement of Management; Air Force Reserve Officers

Training Corps; Lutheran Student Association.

McHUGH, MARY JANE Jacksonville

Primary Education, B.S. East Carolina Playhouse; National Education

Association, North Carolina Education Association.

McLAWHORN, HERMAN HESSELL Hookerton

Business, A.B.

MACKEY, THOMAS DUDLEY Bethesda, Maryland

Social Studies and Sociology, A.B. Alpha Phi Omega; Men's Glee Club.

MAHAFFEY, CHARLES EDWARD Elizabeth City

Chemistry, A.B. American Chemical Society

MARCHAK, MYRON Penns Grove, New Jersey

Business, B.S. Future Business Leaders of America; Campus Radio.

MARSH. JOANN New Bern

English and Science, B.S. University of Missouri;

Student National Education Association; Science Club;

College Union, Board Member, Summer School Secretary.

MARSHBURN, JAMES EDGAR Vass

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Louisburg College.

MARTIN, WILLIAM LYNWOOD Fieldale, Virginia

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Alpha Phi Omega,

Assistant Intramural Director.

MASON, CAROL BAUCOM Apex

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education;

National Education Association.

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MASON, JIMMIE EDWARD Apex

Business, B.S. Future Business Leaders of America; Society for the

Advancement of Management; Student National Education Association;

Alpha Phi Omega.

MASON, POLLY ELIZABETH Bath

Primary Education, B.S. Young Democrats Club; Student National

Education Association; Baptist Student Union.

MASSENGILL, LINDA LEE Four Oaks

English and Social Studies, B.S. Sigma Tau Delta; Student National

Education Association; North Carolina English Teachers Association.

MATTHEWS, JOHN REGINALD, JR.

English, A.B.

MATTHEWS, RONDALL RAY Linden

Science, A.B.

MAY, CELIA PITTS Bailey

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student

National Educa- tion Association; North Carolina Education Association;

Young Democrats Club; Young Women's Christian Association; Chi Omega,

Corresponding Secretary.

Junior English Exam Administered

MAY, MARY NAN Maury

English and Foreign Language, B.S. Woman's College;

Delta Zeta; Marshal; Sigma Tau Delta.

MEADOWS, SARAH KATHRYN Hookerton

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association;

Association for Childhood Education.

MEREDITH, KENNETH ROSS Charlotte

Art, B.S. Art Club; Sigma Phi Eplison; EAST CAROLINIAN

MERRITT, LAURA CATHERINE Dover

Social Studies and Public Administration, A.B.

MEWBORN, SALLIE M. Grifton

Music, B.S.

MICOL, JANET MARIE Valdese

Science and Mathematics, B.S. Mathematics Club.

MILLS, BERNARD DEAN Henderson

Social Studies and English, A.B. Kappa Alpha, Secretary;

Inter-Fraternity Council; EAST CAROLINIAN: WWWS Campus Radio;

BUCCANEER, Sports Editor; Lecture Series Committee.

MILLS, CECIL L. Goldsboro

Business, A.B.

MILLS, DOROTHY ANNETTE Wallace

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Phi Omicron;

Women's Recreation Assoication.

MILLS, HAROLD JASON Greenville

Social Studies and Psychology, B.S.

Psychology Club; King Youth Fellowship.

MILLS, LINDA GAY Greenville

Biology, B.S. Angel Flight; Free Will Baptist Youth

Fellowship; Science Club.

MIMS, RICHARD LEE Woodbridge, Virginia

Industrial Arts, B.S.

Industrial Arts Club; Intramural Sports.

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MINTON, SHIRLEY JO Suffolk, Virginia

Home Economics, B.S. Chi Omega; Home Economics Club;

Young Democrats Club; Campbell College.

MITCHELL, MARGARET JOYCE Greensboro

Music, B.S. Sigma Alpha Iota; Concert Band;

Orchestra; Marching Band; Slay Hall Treasurer.

MIZELL, ARLEN EUGENE Williamston

Physical Education and Psychology, B.S. Football;

Physical Education Majors Club; Theta Chi; Buccaneer Sports Car Club.

MIZELL. EDWARD THOMAS Durham

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Louisburg College;

Basketball; Pi Kappa Alpha; Physical Education Majors Club; Phi Epsilon Kappa.

MONK, MARIANNE Ahoskie

Grammar Education, B.S. Newman Club; Student National Education Association; Woman's Club.

MOODY, JOAN FRANCES Bon Air, Virginia

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Women's Recreation Association;

Physical Education Majors Club; Intramural Sports; Dormitory President.

MOORE, CATHERINE TATUM Greenville

English and Social Studies, B.S. Woman's College; Student National Education

Association; Alpha Omicron Pi; Sigma Tau Delta.

MOORE, EMILY LOU Rocky Mount

English and Social Studies, B.S. Freshman Counselor; Young Democrats Club;

Slay Hall Vice President; Garrett Hall Secretary.

MOORE, JERRY WALTER Raleigh

Industrial Arts, B.S. Pi Kappa Alpha; WWWS Campus Radio; Industrial Arts Club.

MOORE, KENNETH EUGENE Winston-Salem

Geography and Psychology, A.B. Theta Chi; Inter-Fraternity Council,

Vice President; Junior Class Senator.

MOORE, MARY LEE Charlotte

Primary Education, B.S. Wingate College; Student National Education Association;

Women's Glee Club; Baptist Student Union; North Carolina Education Association.

MOORE, WILLIAM EDWARD, III Greenville

Industrial Arts, B.S. Pi Kappa Alpha; Student Government Association, Entertainment

Chairman; Alpha Delta Tau; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

Seniors

MOORE, ZELLA GRAY High Point

French and English, A.B.

Mars Hill College.

MOOTE, BOBBY LEE Havelock

MORRIS, JEAN CARROLL Elizabeth City

Social Studies and Mathematics, B.S. Mathematics Club; Alpha Omicron Pi. Historian.

MORRIS, NANCY BAKER Nashville

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Angel Flight,

Secretary; Slay Hall Secretary; North Carolina Education Association.

MORRIS, ROY LEE Denton

Social Studies and Psychology, B.S. Young Republicans Club; Air Force

Reserve Officers Training Corps, Arnold Air Society, Drill Team.

MORRIS, PEGGY ANN Rockingham

Music, B.S. Marching Hand; Symphonic Band; Orchestra.

214






MOWERY, BRENDA SUE High Point

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Women's Recreation

Association; Alpha Omicron Pi; Physical Education Majors Club.

MUMFORD, MARY HELEN Kinston

Business, B.S. Future Business Leaders of America, President,

Secretary; Kappa Delta; Dean's Advisory Council; College Choir;

Woman's Chorus; Choral Union; "Messiah"; "South Pacific";

"Guys and Dolls"; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN

UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

MURPHY, EDWARD EARLE, JR. Wilmington, Delaware

Business, A.B. Newman Club; Semper Fidelis Society.

NANCE, ROBERT ALFRED Charlotte

Art, A.B. Art Club; Cantebury Club; East Carolina Playhouse;

Student Christian Association, Treasurer.

NASH, PHYLLIS DEAN Monroe

Grammar Education, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta, Recording Secretary;

Freshman Counselor; Student National Education Association.

NEAL, RONNIE LANE Walkertown

Business, A.B. Delta Sigma Pi, Historian, Vice President;

Student Government Association, Summer School Senator; BUCCANEER,

Assistant Business Manager; Delegate to Columbia Scholastic Press

Association in New York and the Associated Collegiate Press Conference

in Detroit, Michigan; Intramural Sports.

NESBITT, NANCY DIANNE Black Mountain

Grammar Education, B.S. Brevard College; Freshman Counselor; Alpha Phi;

Panhellenic Council; Student National Education Association; Homecoming Sponsor.

NEWBERN, ELTON LEE, JR. Colerain

Mathematics and Physics, B.S.

NEWMAN, BOBBIE GUPTON Greenville

Geography, Spanish, and Social Studies, A.B. Mathematics Club; Sigma Pi Alpha,

President; Science Club; Gamma Theta Upsilon.

NICHOLAS, JOHN LEONARD Hampton, Virginia

Business, A.B.

NICHOLES, JAMES WILLIS Bassett, Virginia

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Alpha Phi Omega;

Physical Education Majors Club; Intra- mural Sports; Ferrum College.

NOBLE, GLENDA SUE Deep Run

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Student National

Education Association; Atlantic Christian College.

Design of Class Rings Changed.

NORWOOD, GROVER CARROLL Black Mountain

English, B.S. East Carolina Playhouse; EAST CAROLINIAN, Review Editor;

Intramural Sports; "Auntie Maine"; Campus Radio; Fine Arts Exposition

Committee; Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps; Sigma Tau Delta;

Young Men's Christian Association; North Carolina State College;

WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

OAKES, KATHRYN ELIZABETH Greenville

French and Mathematics, A.B. Woman's College; Alpha Delta Pi, President.

OAKLEY, WILLIAM JAMES Townsend, Virginia

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Louisburg College;

Physical Education Majors Club; Phi Epsilon Kappa.

O'BRIEN, DONALD RAY Oxford

Mathematics and Social Studies, A.B. Mathematics Club, Vice President;

Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, Arnold Air Society;

Intramural Sports; Young Democrats Club; Baptist Student Union.

ODOM, VICKI LEE Rocky Mount

Biology, B.S. Alpha Delta Pi; Science Club.

OLIVER, BARBARA ANN Princeton

Grammar Education, B.S. Campbell College; Woman's Chorus;

Student National Education Association; Association for Childhood Education.

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OTTAWAY, LOU RAYE Greenville

English and Social Studies, B.S. Canterbury; Intramural Sports; Women's Chorus.

OWENS, CAROL ANN Plymouth

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta; Young Democrats Club; WWWW Campus Radio.

PARKER, BARBARA ANN Tarboro

Primary Education and Psychology, B.S.

PARKER, DOUGLAS CANADY Hubert

Art, A.B. Art Club, Vice President, President; TV Guild.

PARKER, GEORGIA WINIFRED Four Oaks

Grammar Education, B.S.

PARKER, JOAN LUCILLE Southern Pines

Grammar Education, B.S. Women's Recreation Association; Student National Education;

North Carolina Education Association; Mathematics Club.

Seniors

PARKER, SARA GARRETT Elizabeth City

Art, B.S. Art Club; Delta Phi Delta; Young Democrats Club; Homecoming Sponsor.

PARROTT, LUCY MERLE Creedmoor

Primary Education, B.S. Louisburg College; Association for Childhood Education;

Women's Chorus; Student National Education Association.

PARSONS. JULIA ANN Candor

Grammar Education, B.S.

PATE, MARVIN CLAYTON Pikeville

Industrial Arts, B.S. Alpha Phi Omega; Industrial Arts Club.

PATRICK, GEORGE CALAWAY. JR.

Psychology and Music, A.B. Phi Kappa Tau, Chaplin; "South Pacific";

Marching Band; Varsity Band; Men's Glee Club; Baptist Student Union, President.

PATTERSON, KENNETH JOHN Jacksonville

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. Intramural Sports.

PAULSON, CECELIA GAYLE MANN Midway Park

Social Studies and Sociology, B.S.

PEARCE, CHARLES GILBERT Castalia

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Louisburg Junior College;

Physical Education Major's Club.

PEARCE, JOE EDWARD Castalia

English and Social Studies, B.S. Louisburg Junior College;

Student National Education Association; Sigma Tau Delta, Historian;

Inter Dormitory Council; North Carolina English Teachers Association.

PENUEL, ELTON RAY Goldsboro

Alpha Phi Omega; College Union Board, Games Committee; Intramural Sports;

Society for the Advancement of Management.

PENN, ALAN TERRENCE Richmond, Virginia

Psychology and Natural Science; A.B. EAST CAROLINIAN; Alpha Epsilon Pi,

President; Hebrew Youth Fellowship; Psychology Club, Treasurer;

Inter-Fraternity Council; Intramural Sports; Student Government Association.

PERGERSON, BARBARA ANN Franklinton

Grammar Education, B.S. Louisburg College; Sigma Pi Alpha; Student National

Education Association; Association for Childhood Education.

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PHELPS, WILLIAM EDWARD Windsor

Physical Education and Psychology, B.S. Sigma Phi Epsilon,

President; Inter Fraternity Council, Treasurer; Newman Club;

Semper Fidelis Society, President; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS

IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

PHILLIPS, HAYWOOD ALTON Windsor

Social Studies and English, B.S.

PIERCE, CARRIE ELIZABETH Wilmington

Library Science and Social Studies, B.S.

Wilmington Junior College.

PIERCE, MARY CAROLYN Maysville

Biology, A.B., B.S.

Baptist Student Union; Science Club, Vice President.

PINER, JOHN THOMAS Wilmington

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club.

PINKHAM, MARY LINDA Washington

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club.

Smothers Brothers and Limelighters Appeared.

PITT, MARGARET ELLEN Rocky Mount

English and Science, B.S. Student National Education Association;

Young Women's Christian Association, Baptist Student Union; Young Democrats Club.

PLASTER, PAULA FAITH Patrick Springs, Virginia

Primary Education, B.S. Emmanuel College; King Youth Fellowship.

PLEASANTS, JAMES LAWRENCE Louisburg

Business, A.B. Society for the Advancement of Management;

Future Business Leaders of America; Young Democrats Club.

POLK, JACQUELINE JUSTINE Plymouth

Primary Education, B.S. Saint Mary's Junior College: EAST CAROLINIAN;

Sigma Sigma Sigma; Cheerleader; Student National Education Association.

POLLEY, BILLY LEE Norfolk, Virginia

POLLOCK, CHARLES LUTHER New Bern

Physical Education and Science. B.S. Physical Education Major's Club.

POPE, JANIE ELIZABETH Lucama

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Student Government Association;

Women's Judiciary; Jarvis Hall President, Treas.

PORTER, AUDREY RUTH Volney, Virginia

Business, B.S. Pi Omega Pi; Baptist Student Union, Executive Council.

PORTER, SANDRA CAROLYN Music and Business, B.S. Marching Band;

Orchestra; Wesley Youth Fellowship.

POWELL, SAMUEL FLETHCER Garner

Business, B.S.

PROCTOR, KENNETH RAY Statonsburg

English and Science, A.B., B.S. Free Will Baptist Fellowship,

President, Vice President; Mathematics Club.

PULLEY, CHARLES OWEN Kittrell

Mathematics and Physics, A.B. Mathematics Club.

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QUEEN, LARRY HERBERT Maiden

Psychology and Social Studies, A.B.

QUEEN, SYBIL EVONNE Shelby

Music, B.S. College Choir; Woman's Chorus; Choral Union;

"Guys and Dolls"; Opera Theater.

QUICK, KENNETH REECE Rockingham

Social Studies and Geography, B.S. Louisburg College;

Young Democrats Club, Parliamentarian; Young Men's Christian

Association; Student Government Association.

RACKLEY, WILLIAM EARL Coldsboro

Art, A.B. East Carolina Playhouse; Art Club: Young Democrats

Club; TV Guild; WWWS-AM Radio: College Union.

RAWLS, CLARENCE ARTHUR Washington

Industrial Arts, B.S.

RAY, PANSY BERONICA

Grammar Education, B.S. Chowan College; Baptist Student Union;

Women's Recreation Association, Secretary; Student National

Education Association.

RAY, WILLIAM J. Wadesboro

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S.

RAYNOR, ANNA KATHERINE Greenville

Primary Education, B.S. Woman's College; Kappa Delta, President;

BUCCANEER; Student National Education Association; Student Government

Association, Senate; Dean's Advisory Council;

WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

RAYNOR, CONNIE McNEIL Beulaville

Science and Social Studies, B.S.

RAYNOR, FRANCES FAYE Roseboro

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association.

REAVES, ELIZABETH FRENCH Roanoke Rapids

English and French, B.S. Chi Omega; Sigma Pi Alpha;

Young Democrats Club; EAST CAROLINIAN.

REDD, LEWIS STEVEN Greenville

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club.

Seniors

REDFERN, JUDY ELIZABETH Albemarle

Primary Education, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma, President; Panhellenic Council;

Student Government Association, Student Senate; Women's Judiciary;

Fleming Hall President; Dean's Advisory Council: BUCCANEER; Spring Greeks.

Social Chairman; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

REECE, JERRY PATRICIA Hendersonville

Psychology and Social Studies, A.B.

Psychology Club; Baptist Student Union; EAST CAROLINIAN.

REEL, GOLDIS STARLING Greenville

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association;

Mathematics Club; Baptist Student Union.

REESE, THOMAS MILTON Rocky Mount

Business, A.B. Dean's Advisory Council; Delta Sigma Pi, President,

Chancellor; East Carolina Playhouse; College Union Committee;

Intramural Sports; BUCCANEER.

REID, WILSON DOYLE Roanoke Rapids

Physical Education and Science, B.S.

REGISTER, ROGER VINCENT Turkey

Business, B.S. Delta Sigma Pi.

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RESPESS, JOHNNY H., III Wilson

Industrial Arts, B.S. Sophomore Class, President; Varsity Band,

President, Industrial Arts Club.

REYNOLDS, GAIL PATRICIA High Point

Grammer Education, B.S.

RHEM, JULIAN DANIEL, JR.

Business and Social Studies, B.S. Society for die Advancement of Management.

ODES, GEORGE R. Windsor

Business, A.B. Pi Omega Pi, Treasurer; Delta Sigma Pi.

RHUE, MELBA ANN Swansboro

Mathematics and Physics, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta, Treasurer; Marshal; Chi Beta Phi;

Mathematics Club, Reporter, Secretary-Treasurer; EAST CAROLINIAN.

RIDDICK, ANNIE MARIE Hobbsville

Home Economics, B.S. Baptist Student Union; Home Economics Club, Treasurer,

State Secretary; Phi Omicron, Vice President, President; Tau Sigma, Secretary,

Vice President; Freshman Counselor; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

RIDDLE, VIVIAN LUCILLE Asheville

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Young Women's Christian Association;

Baptist Student Union; Women's Recreation Association; Physical Education Majors Club;

Mars Hill College.

ROBERSON, BOB PAUL Vallejo, California

Social Studies and Geography, B.S.

ROBERTS, MARION GRAY Bladenboro

Grammar Education, B.S. Home Economics Club; Student National Education Association;

Association for Childhood Education.

ROBERTSON, BEN DOUGLAS Littleton

Social Studies and Geography, B.S.

ROBERTS, SIGNA FAYE Newport

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Education;

Freshman Counselor; Dormitory Officer.

ROBINSON, DOUGLAS CARTER Roxboro

Social Studies and Geography, B.S. Theta Chi; Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps,

Drill Team Commander; Dean's Advisory Council; Men's Judiciary, Vice Chairman;

Frederick Junior College; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

Construction of New Women's Dormitory Underway.

ROCK, DAVID ANDREW, JR. Raleigh

English and Social Studies, B.S. Pi Kappa Alpha; Freshman Class, President; Swimming Team.

ROEBUCK, MARY ELIZABETH S. Greenville

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Association for Childhood Education.

ROGERS, SARA LOUISE Greenville

Primary Education, B.S. Women's Recreation Association; Student National Education Association;

Alpha Omicron Pi, Most Outstanding Pledge, Vice-President, President, Historian;

Homecoming Sponsor; Dean's Advisory Council.

ROGERS, JO ANN Williamston

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association.

ROGERSON, ELIZABETH ANNE Ahoskie

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association.

ROSE, WANDA ELAINE Pantegp

Business, B.S. Chowan College; Student National Education Association.

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ROWE, CLAIBORNE CARR Ahoskie

Grammar Education, B.S.

ROWE, JIMMY WADE Maysville

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. Gamma Theta Upsilon, Treasurer.

ROYSTER, ELIZABETH CAROL Stem

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association;

Association for Childhood Education.

RUBIN, HOWARD MARTIN Charlotte

Business, A.B. Alpha Epsilon Pi, President, Vice President;

Hebrew Youth Fellowship; Intramural Sports.

RUSS, HARVEY DANIEL Shallotte

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Physical Education Majors Club.

RUSS, PHOEBE DEANE Longwood

Grammar Education, B.S. Alpha Omicron Pi, Corresponding Secretary;

Student National Education Association.

Seniors

RYAN, BARBARA ANN Ranokee Rapids

Primary Education, B.S. Student Government Association, Summer School Senator,

Senior Senator; Chi Omega; Student National Education Association;

Association for Childhood Education; Young Democrats Club.

SANDERS, PRISCILLA AGNES Laurel Hill

Home Economics, B.S. Student National Education Association;

Home Economics Club; Westminster Fellowship.

SANDERS, JAMES WALKER Rose Hill

Art, A.B. Art Club; Delta Phi Delta, Treasurer; Weight Training Club.

SANDERSON, J. W. Dillon, South Carolina

Business, B.S.

SARASKE, ROSALIND DEANNE Spring Lake

Science and Social Studies, B.S. Science Club; Aquanymphs;

Young Women's Christian Association; Women's Recreation Association;

Student National Education Association; Intramural Sports.

SCHWAB, BARBARA JEANNE Garden City, New York

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Student Government Association,

Executive Council, Secretary, Student Senate; Woman's Judiciary, Chairman;

Kappa Delta, Secretary, Parliamentarian; Women's Recreation Association;

Slay Hall President; Discipline Committee;

WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

SCOTT, ADAM DUANE Winterville

Chemistry, B.S.

SCOTT, JIMMY ALLEN Patnik Springs, Virginia

Mathematics and Physics, A.B. Baseball.

SCOTT, RUTH BLANTON Wilming

Business, B.S. Future Business Leaders of America;

Society for the Advancement of Management; King Youth Fellowship.

SCOTT, SHIRLEY DEAN New Bern

Science, B.S. North Carolina State College; Elon College; College Union Committee;

Young Democrats Club; Student National Education Association; Science Club.

SCROGGS, FRANK WALTER, JR. San Francisco, California

Science, A.B. Science Club.

SEAGROVES, EDWARD ONCO, JR. Apex

Business, B.S. Future Business Leaders of America;

Alpha Phi Omega, President; BUCCANEER.

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SEYMOUR, CHARLES BERNARD Camden

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S.

Physical Education Majors Club; Intramural Sports

SHACKELFORD, D. B. Greenville

Social Studies and English, B.S.

SHACKELFORD, LARRY WAYNE Aurora

Science and Social Studies, B.S. Science Club;

Chi Beta Phi; Phi Sigma Pi.

SHARBER, JUNE LOUISE Elizabeth City

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association;

Chapel Choir Woman's Chorus; Association for Childhood Education.

SHEARIN, MIRIAM KAYE Rocky Mount

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association;

Baptist Student Union.

SHEPHERD, WOODROW WINDER Claymont, Delaware

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Theta Chi, Historian,

Parliamentarian; Student Government Association, Elections Committee Chairman;

Physical Education Majors Club, Treasurer; Swimming Team;

WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

Talent Show Presented November 9

SHERLOCK, RONALD R. Wilmington, Delaware

Business, A.B.

SHOBE, CHARLES LEE, JR. Hampton, Virginia

English and Social Studies, B.S. Phi Kappa Tau.

SHUMAN, JAMES FRANKLIN Charlotte

Industrial Arts, B.S. WWWS-AM Radio, Assistant Station Manager;

TV Guild, Vice President.

SHUTT, MARY F. KIRBY LaGrange

Primary Education, B.S. Pineland Junior College: Women's Recreation

Association; Association for Childhood Education.

SIMMONS, LYNDA ANN Hampstead

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association;

Freshman Counselor; Young Democrats Club; Woman's Chorus; BUCCANEER.

SKILES, CAROLYN DAVIS Roper

Social Studies, A.B. Campus Radio; Women's Chorus.

SKINNER, FREDDIE E. Ayden

French and Social Studies, B.S., A.B. East Carolina Playhouse;

EAST CAROLINIAN; Delta Zeta; Sigma Pi Alpha; Kappa Delta Pi, President;

Freshman Counselor; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

SKIPPER, LINDA KAY Mount Olive

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association;

Association for Childhood Education; BUCCANEER.

SLAUGHTER, RUSSLYN PAULINE Aulander

Primary Education, B.S. Angel Flight; Alpha Omicron Pi.

SMITH, A. T. Hubert

Social Studies, A.B. Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps; Alpha Phi Omega.

SMITH, BELINDA CAROL Greenville

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Phi; Association for Childhood Education;

Student National Education Association; BUCCANEER; Wesley Foundation; Averett College.

SMITH, CLENTON JAMES Newport News, Virginia

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. Gamma Theta Upsilon, Vice President.

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SMITH, CHARLES MARSHALL Henderson

Physical Education and Psychology, B.S. Weight Training Club, President;

Physical Education Majors Club; Swimming Team; Phi Epsilon Kappa;

Basketball Team; "South Pacific"; "Guys and Dolls."

SMITH, DANNY G. Raleigh

Business, A.B. Phi Mu Alpha, President; Future Business Leaders of America;

Music Educators National Conference; Men's Glee Club, President; Marching Band.

SMITH, DAVID MERWIN Whiteville

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Lambda Chi Alpha;

Physical Education Majors Club; Football Team, Captain.

SMITH, FRANCIS M. Grifton

Business, A.B.

SMITH, HENRY WINFIELD Wilmington

Business, A.B.

SMITH, JAMES ELDRIDGE Newport News, Virginia

Art, B.S. Methodist Student Center, President; Delta Phi Delta, Vice President;

Young Men's Christian Association, Cabinet Member; East Carolina Playhouse,

"Why I Am A Bachelor," "Philadelphia Story."

Seniors

SMITH, JAYNE LNDERWOOD Wilmington

Science, B.S. Stetson University; Wilmington Junior College;

Alpha Xi Delta; Homecoming Sponsor; Science Club.

SMITH, JUDITH FAYE Rocky Mount

Social Studies and English, B.S. Chi Omega, Vice President;

Student National Education Association.

SMITH, JULIA ANTHONY Greenville

Primary Education, Spanish, B.S. Sigma Pi Alpha;

Angel Flight; Student National Education Association.

SMITH, LINDA LOU Wilson

Grammer Education, B.S. Women's Chorus, Student National Education

Association; Association for Childhood Education;

Future Teachers of America.

SMITH, RICHARD ALLEN Kelly

Industrial Arts, B.S. Indistrial Arts Club.

SMITH, SANDRA ELLEN Goldsboro

Grammer Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Intramural Sports.

SMITHWICK, BECKI ANNE Windsor

Business, A.B. Student National Education Association;

Future Business Leaders of America.

SNELL, IRIS ELLEN Columbia

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. Young Women's Christian Association;

Baptist Student Union; College Union Board; Student National Education Association.

SOUTH, GEORGE FRANKLIN Portsmouth, Virginia

Physical Education and Geography, B.S. Gamma Theta Upsilon; Phi Epsilon Kappa;

North Carolina Association of Health and Physical Education.

SOUTHALL, JAMES HOLMAN Emporia, Virginia.

Business, A.B. Theta Chi.

SPARKS, MERVYN CARLTON Chester, Maryland

Business, A.B. Future Business Leaders of America

SPECKMAN, ELEANOR MARY Charlotte

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta; BUCCANEER; College Union Board;

Ragsdale Treasurer; Panhellenic Council; Homecoming Queen; Marshal.

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SPENCER, ROMULUS SANDERSON, JR. Engelhard

Social Studies and English, B.S.

SPIVEY, JIMMY WARD Tabor City

Social Studies, B.S.

STAINBAC, SANDRA EUGENIA Henderson

French and English, B.S.

STANCIL, GEORGE WILEY Greenville

Science and Social Studies, B.S.

STANLEY, MARTHA LEE Wilmington

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education;

Student National Education Association; WWWS Radio; Young Democrats Club.

STANLEY, NANCY ANN Clarendon

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association;

Woman's Chorus Baptist Student Union; Campbell College.

Cathy Shesso Selected as "Buc" Queen

STANTON, ANNA GAIL maxton

Business, B.S. Future Business Leaders of America;

Baptist Student Union; Student National Education Association.

STANTON, RODDY Cassatt, South Carolina

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Phi Epsilon Kappa, Psychology,

A.B. Psychology Club, President; Young Democrats Club; Canterbury Club.

STEEN, G. MARVIN Dagsboro

Business, B.S. Theta Chi; Future Business Leaders of America; Young Democrats Club;

Society for the Advancement of Management; Wesley Foundation.

STEINBECK, H. FRANKLIN, JR. Greenville

Science and Physics, A.B. College Choir; Science Club; Alpha Phi Omega, Corresponding Secretary.

LEINBERG, MARTIN PHILIP Wallingford, Pennsylvania

Business, A.B. Hebrew Youth Fellowship; Society for the Advancement of Management.

STEPEPHENS, MARY HELEN Willow Springs

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Omicron Pi; Student National Education Association; Peace College.

STEVENS, RICHARD SADLER Whiteville

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Football; Track; Physical Education Majors Club.

STEVENSON, THOMAS CAMPBELL, JR. Henderson

Business and Social Studies, B.S. Future Business Leaders of America, President; Pi Omega Pi;; Louisburg College.

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STEWART, ROBERT EARLE New Bern

Grammar Education, B.S.

STOKES, PAUL RANDALL Grifton

Business, A.B. Future Business Leaders of America; Society for the Advancement of Management;

Delta Sigma Pi, Sergeant at Arms; Men's Glee Club.

STONE, EDGAR W., JR.

Social Studies and English, B.S. Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps.

STONE, WANDA SUE Greensboro

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Education Association.

STOUT, JAMES HAROLD Haw River

Physical Education and Geography, B.S. Sigma Nu; Physical Education Majors Club.

STOWE, SHEILA DIANE Belmont

Primary Education, B.S. Sacred Heart Junior College; Student National Education Association.

STRAWBRIDGE, JAMES MURRY Williamston

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S, Lambda Chi Alpha; Physical Education Majors Club; Football.

STREET, LINDA SUE Rockv Mount

Primary Education, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma, President; Panhellenic Council; Fleming Hall President;

Student Government Association, Sophomore Senator.

STREET, WILLIAM ELLIOTT New Bern

Business, A.B. Society for Advancement of Management.

STROTHER, H. LAMAR Wrightsville Beach

Business, A.B. Presbyterian Junior College; Future Business Leaders of America;

Westminster Fellowship; Psychology Club.

STURTEVANT, ROGER INMAN Rocky Mount

Business, A.B. Pi Omega Pi, Co-Historian; Future Business Leaders America.

SULLIVAN, BRENDA FAYE Pikeville

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Education Association.

Seniors

SUMMERS, MERLE THOMAS Raleigh

Business, B.S. Student Government Association, Vice President, Special Events Committee,

Executive Council, Publications Board, National Student Association Congress Delegate,

State Student Legislature, Ring Committee Chairman; Circle K Club; Board of Directors,

Freshman Orientation Counselor; BUCCANEER; East CAROLINIAN; Future Business Leaders of America,

Vice President; Dean's Advisory Council; Kappa Alpha Order, Treasurer; SCA Outstanding Service Award;

WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

SUMRELL, REBECCA KATHLEEN Lawrenceville, Virginia

Primary Education, B.S. Freshman Counselor; Student National Education Association;

Association for Childhood Education.

SUTTON, BRENDA K. Fountain

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Omicron Pi; Student National Education Association;

Women's Recreation Association; BUCCANEER; Young Democrats Club.

SUTTON, DOUGLAS H. Mount Olive

Science and Social Studies, A.B Swimming; Air Force Reserve Officers Trail Training Club; Science Club.

SUTTON, MARGARET FRANCES Calypso

Primary Education, B.S. Women's Recreation Association; Student National Education Association.

SUTTON, WILLIAM LEROY Elizabeth Society

Business and Social Studies, B.S. Delta Sigma Pi, Vice President; Future Business Leaders of America; Pi Omega Pi.

Mount Olive B.S. ng Corps; Weight

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STEWART, EDITH CAROL Grantsboro

Social Studies and English, B.S.

SUTTON, WILLIAM RANDOLPH, JR. Wilmington

Business, B.S. Chowan College.

TAMURA, MAGGIE Cherry Point

Art, A.B. Art Club; Delta Phi Delta

TANNER, BLARNIE THOMAS. JR. Rocky Mount

Social Studies and Geography, A.B. Pi Kappa Alpha, Historian, President, Delegate to

Pi Kappa Alpha National Convention and Leadership School; Inter-Fraternity Council,

President; Dean's Advisory Council; Freshman Orientation Counselor; Tennis Team,

Captain; North State Conference Doubles Tennis Champion; Carolinas Conference Doubles

Tennis Champion, Singles Champion; Intramural Sports.

TANNER, LINDA KATHERINE Rish Square

Social Studies and English, B.S. Student National Education Association;

Women's Recreation Association; Dormitory Secretary.

TERRELL, MICHAEL CHESTER Merane

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Physical Education Majors Club; Louisburg College.

TAYLOR, C. NEWASSA Oxford

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association, Secretary;

Association for Childhood Education; Women's Recreation Association;

Baptist Student Union; Library Club.

TAYLOR, JANICE SMITH Lucama

Primary Education, B.S. Angel Flight; Student Government Association, Senate; Garrett

Hall President; Association for Childhood Education; Student National Education Association.

TAYLOR, JERRY WEST Kinston

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Alpha Phi Omega, Sergeant At Arms; Physical Education Majors Club.

TAYLOR, JUNE HARPER Kinston

English and Social Studies, B.S.

TAYLOR, MARJORIE LOU Como

Grammar Education, B.S.

TAYLOR, MARY LOUISE Fayetteville

Primary Education, B.S. Pfeiffer College; Chapel Choir; Student National Education Association;

Association for Childhood Education.

Seniors

TAYLOR, SAMUEL BILLY Spring Hope

Business, B.S Chowan College

TEW, MILTON RAYE Tarboro

Mathematics and Physics, A. B. Mathematics Club.

THOMAS, JUDITH CARLENE Beulaville

Business and English, B.S. Future Business Leaders of America.

THOMAS, M. JANE GURGANUS Williamston

Grammar Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education;

Young Democrats Club; Alpha Omicron Pi, President.

THOMPSON, HARRY BERNELL, JR. Pleasant Garden

Mathematics and Physics, A.B.

THOMPSON, JENNY LYNN Greenville

Primary Education, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma.

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THOMPSON, MYRA ELLEN Princeton

English and Social Studies, B.S. Student National Education Association;

English Club; Women's Recreation Association; Chapel Choir; Women's Chorus.

THOMPSON, SANDRA LEE Greenville

Mathematics and Science, B.S. Mathematics Club; Science Club; Chi Beta Phi;

Angel Flight; Newman Club; Alpha Omicron Pi, Corresponding Secretary, Treasurer.

THOMPSON, THOMAS JEFFREY Smithfield

Physical Education and Science, B.S. Physical Education Majors Club.

THORNTON, LINDA LEE Ahoskie

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Sigma Sigma Sigma.

TILLEY, ADOLPHLS LINWOOD, III Rocky Mount

Social Studies, A.B Pi Kappa Alpha.

TOLER, PAMELA JEAN Washington

Elementary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Young Democrats Club.

Seniors

TRENT, FRANK W. Cameron

Physical Education and Geography, B.S.

TRENT, JANE BLUE Greenville

Physical Education and Geography, B.S. Woman's College; Sigma Sigma Sigma;

Panhellenic Council; Women's Recreation Association; Intramural Sports.

TROUTMAN, WILLIAM ALFRED Williamsburg, Virginia

Business, A.B.

TROWER, WILLIAM WALLACE Great Falls, Virginia

Mathematics and Social Studies, B.S. Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps,

Arnold Air Society, Flight Instruction Program, Distinguished Cadet, Drill Team.

TRUESDALE, J. SUSANNE Alexandria, Virginia

English and Spanish, B.S. East Carolina Playhouse, Corresponding Secretary;

WWWS-AM Campus Radio; WWWS-TV; TV Guild.

TUCKER, DAVID LESTER Greenville

Business, B.S. Alpha Phi Omega, President.

TUNNELL, LOIS MARIE Greenville

English, French, B.S., A.B. Sigma Tau Delta; Sigma Pi Alpha; Canterbury Club.

TURNER, NANCY ELAINE Lewes, Delaware

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association.

TYNDALL, EDITH JEAN Fremont

Home Economics, B.S. Free Will Baptist Fellowship.

UNDERWOOD, JUDITH EVELYN Varina

English and Social Studies, B.S. Tau Sigma, Treasurer;

Sigma Tau Delta; Young Democrats Club; Baptist Student Union.

VAUGHAN, BRENDA GEANES Raleigh

Home Economics. B.S. Kappa Delta: Home Economics Club, Historian; Women's

Chorus; BUCCANEER; Intramural Sports; THE KEY, Copy Editor

VAUGHAN, CHARLES LEIGH Portsmouth, Virginia

Physical Education and Mathematics, B.S. Lambda Chi Alpha;

Physical Education Majors Club; Football Team; Track Team.

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VAUGHAN, NANCY CAROLYN Wake Forest

Grammar Education, B.S. BUCCANEER; Angel Flight;

Student National Education Association.

VINCENT, JAMES NOAH Greenville

Industrial Arts, B.S. Indistrial Arts Club.

VINSON, HELEN ELIZABETH ELKS Pike

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Free Will Baptist Fellowship; Young Women's

Christian Association; EAST CAROLINIAN; Future Teachers of America; Campbell College.

VOGEL, WILLIAM CHARLES New Bern

Industrial Arts, B.S. Weight Training Club; Industrial Arts Club.

WADE, NANCY LEE Henderson

Biology, B.S. Meredith College.

WALL, BRENDA JOYCE Winterville

Mathematics and Physics, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta; Mathematics Club, Secretary, Treasurer; Chi Beta Phi.

Schools of Art and Music Attained

WALL, STEPHEN GARLAND Clayton

Business, A.B. Sigma Nu.

WALLACE, SYLVIA ANN Bath

Mathematics and Social Studies, B.S. Young Democrats Club, Vice President, Secretary;

Mathematics Club, President, Vice President; Chi Beta Phi; Freshman Counselor;

WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

WALLACE, THOMAS LANIER Wilmington

Business, B.S. Circle K Club; TV Guild; WWWS-FM Radio; WWWS-AM Radio; WWWS-TV.

WARD, JAMES KIRBY Rocky Mount

Social Studies and English, B.S. Pi Kappa Alpha.

WARD, LEROY Nakina

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Physical Education Majors Club; Intramural Sports.

WARD, PAULETTE JEAN Durham

English and Social Studies, B.S. Chi Omega; Marshal; BUCCANEER; Homecoming Committee; EAST CAROLINIAN.

WARNER, RALPH EDWARD WARREN, Leaksville

Business, A.B.

WARREN, JACK Washington

Business, A.B.

WASHER, ROBERT JAMES Merrick, New York

Grammar Education, B.S. Campbell College; Theta Chi, Chaplain; College Union Student Board,

Vice President, Bowling League, Delegate to Regional Conference of College Unions;

Jones Hall President; Dean's Advisory Council; Men's Judiciary, Chairman;

Student National Education Association; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

WATERS, JESSE BURL Pinetown

Mathematics and Physics, A. P. Mathematics Club; Science Club; Phi Sigma Pi, Corresponding Secretary.

WATERS, SANDRA FAYE Washington

Business and English, B.S. Pi Omega Pi: Sigma Tau Delta, Vice President; Future Business Leaders of America.

WATERS, WILEY MOYE, JR. Winterville

Mathematics and Physical Education, B.S. Mathematics Club, Vice President, President.

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WATSON, BRETT THOMAS Darlington Heights, Virginia

Music, B.S. Theta Chi, Librarian; Music Educators National Conference, President;

Marching Band; Symphonic Band, Treasurer; College Choir, Vice President;

Circle K Club; Opera Theater; USO Tour.

WATSON, MILLARD RAY Goldsboro

English and Social Studies, B.S. Alpha Phi Omega, Secretary; Mathematics Club;

College Union Committee; WWWS Radio, Publicity Chairman; Intramural Sports.

WATSON, SAM LEROY, JR. Goldsboro

Business, A.B. Alpha Phi Omega; Mathematics Club; Future Business LeadErs of America;

Society for the Advancement of Management; College Union Committee; Intramural Sports.

WATSON, WINSTEAD EARL Kenly

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. Physical Education Majors Club; Intramural Sports

WAUGHTEL, CHARLES EDWARD Red Lion, Pennsylvania

Business, A.B. Alpha Phi Omega.

WEATHERLY, LARRY KEITH Hemlet

Mathematics and Physics, B.S. Varsity Band.

WEAVER, MAURICE ALLEN Fuquay-Varina

Business, A.B. Varsity Band; Men's Glee Club.

WEBB, HAROLD ALDEN Colora, Maryland

Business, A.B.

WEBER, ANN KINGMAN New York, New York

Psychology and Biology, A.B.

WEBSTER, KENNETH IRVIN Shannon

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club; Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps,

Arnold Air Society; Alpha Phi Omega.

WEEKS, CLARENCE JOHNSON, JR. Whitakers

Business, B.S. Future Business Leaders of America; Delta Sigma Pi

WELCH, SYLVESTER BURDITT Arlington, Virginia

Social Studies, B.S. Circle K Club; Track Team; Intramural Sports.

Seniors

WESTBROOK, MARY ELLA Camp Lejeune

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Association for Childhood Education.

WESCOTT, JANET LANE Manteo

Business, A.B. Greensboro College; Delta Zeta, Historian; Homecoming Sponsor, Garrett Dorm,

Delta Zeta; Bacchus Queen Candidate; Garrett House Committee.

WEST, GERALD VANCE Greenville

Industrial Arts, B.S. Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps; Arnold Air Society, Commander;

Industrial Arts Club; Flight Instructional Program; Intramurals Sports; Inter-Dormitory Council, Court, Representative.

WEST, MATILDA TART Roseboro

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. Freshman Counselor; Woman's Recreation Association;

Dormitory House Committee; Jarvis Hall Vice President; National Education Association;

Student Government Association; Woman's Chorus.

WHEATLEY, JAMES ROLAND, JR. Beaufort

Biology, A.B., B.S. Chi Beta Phi, Treasurer, President; National Chi Beta Phi, Second Vice President;

Phi Sigma Pi; Science Club; Student Christian Association; Methodist Student Center;

Collegiate Academy of North Carolina Academy of Science, State Vice President.

WHELESS, LOUIS ALFRED, JR. Greenville

Accounting, A.B.

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WHITE, JIMMIE RALPH Hertford

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. Wingate Junior College; Young Democrats Club; Intramural Sports.

HITE, SARA LOU Windsor

Primary Education, B.S. Chi Omega, Treasurer; Fleming Hall Officer; National Education Association; Young Democrats Club.

HITEHURST, SHELTON D. Stokes

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club.

WHITEHURST, SHIRLEY BROWN Stokes

Business Education, B.S. Pi Omega Pi, Co-Historian; Future Business Leaders of America; Woman's Chorus.

WHITEHURST, WILLARD T., JR. Bethel

Science, A.B.

WHITELEY, ROBERT MILNER Jacksonville

Social Studies and Psychology, B.S. Psychology Club; Inramural Sports; Newman Club.

June 9 Climaxed the 1963 Year.

WHITFIELD, DAVID LEE Kinston

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. Alpha Phi Omega.

WHITLOW, MARTHA LEIGH Lexington

Grammar Education, B.S. National Education Association.

WIGGS, ARITTA KAY Selma

Music, B.S. Sigma Alpha Iota, First Vice President; College Choir, Secretary;

East Carolina Marching Pirates; Music Educators National Conference; Chapel Choir;

Organ Guild; Student Government Association Musical.

WILLETTS, DORIS ANN Morgantown

Home Economics, B.S. Phi Omicron; Alpha Omicron Pi; Home Economics Club.

WILLIAMS, CHARLES OWEN Newton Grove

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. Theta Chi, President; Male Senior Student

Government Association Senator; Inter-Fraternity Representative; Young Democrats Club.

WILLIAMS, HELDA ELIZABETH Tarboro

Primary Education, B.S. Woman's Chorus; Association of Childhood Education; Young Democrats Club.

WILLIAMS, HOWARD GLENN Rocky Mount

Business, A.B. Phi Sigma Pi, President, Corresponding Secretary, Bi-annual Convention;

Society Advancement of Management; Freshman Orientation Counselor; Dean's Advisory Council;

WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

WILLIAMS, LAWRENCE WADE Wilmington

English and Social Studies, B.S. Wilmington College; Campus Radio; Campus Television Staff;

Television Guild; Baptist Student Union; Student Government Association Representative.

WILLIAMS, MARION KAYE Hillsboro

English and Social Studies, B.S. Student National Education Association; Young Democrats Club; Student Counselor.

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM HARVEY Robersonville

Business, B.S. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Charter Member, Vice President, Treasurer; Identification Card Committee; Budget Committee.

WILLIS, GLENDA LEE Stacy

English and Social Studies, B.S. Student National Education Association.

WILLOUGHBY, SANDRA MARY ETTA Wilmington

Music, B.S. Woman's Chorus; College Choir; College Union Talent Show Winner.

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WILKINSON, CHARLES WATKINS, JR. Oxford

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S.

WINSTEAD, BETSY CAROL Nashville

Science, French, A.B., B.S. Sigma Phi Alpha, Secretary; Student Government Association,

I.D. Card Chairman; Homecoming Queen Sponsor for Phi Sigma Pi; Valentine Queen.

WINSTEAD, JACKIE MARIE Franklinton

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Association for Childhood Education.

WRIGHT, NANCY MARTHA Henderson

Social Studies and Physical Education, B.S. Alpha Phi, Activities Chairman;

Women's Recreation Association, Reporter.

WOOD, EFFIE RUSSELL Cove City

Grammar Education, B.S.

WOODBURY, EDGAR MAX Wilmington

Social Studies and Government, B.S. Lambda Chi Alpha; Inter Fraternity Council, Social Committee.

Seniors

WOODSON, JEAN PAGE Albany, Georgia

Business, B.S. Wesley Foundation Council; Secretary; Future Business Leaders of America;

Wilson Dorm Secretary; House Committee at Garrett Dorm.

WOOLARD, MOYE WAYNE Washington

Business, A.B.

WORSLEY, SAMUEL M. Oak City

Business, A.B. Alpha Phi Omega.

WORTHINGTON, IRMA SUE Winterville

Mathematics and Physics, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta, Rush Chairman: Math Club, Social Chairman; College Marshal.

WORTHINGTON, MARY ANN Winterville

Science, A.B. Chi Beta Phi, Secretary; Science Club; Sigma Pi Alpha.

WYATT, CLAUDE WAYNE Portsmouth, Virginia

Mathematics and Science, A.B. Circle K Club, Treasurer; Vice President Senior Class; Math Club;

Varsity Baseball; Varsity Basketball; Student Association

WYNNE, VERNTCE JANE Stokes

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Young Democrats Club;

Student National Education Association.

YEOMANS, DANIEL WILLIS Harkers Island

Psychology and English, A.B. Psychology Club; English Club; Young Republicans Club.

YOUNG, DANIEL WRIGHT Youngville

Business, A.B.

ZACHARY, JOAN CARROLL Greensboro

Social Studies and English, B.S. Kappa Delta; Student National Education Association

ZEBLEY, ROBERT STANLEY Wilmington, Delaware

Psychology, A.B. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Psychology Club; Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps.

ZUCAL, CHARLES R. Vineland, New Jersey

Business, B.S. Pi Omega Pi, Social Committee; Future Business Leaders of America: Weight Lifting Club.

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President-Mark Worthington

Vice President-Johnny Parker

Secretary-Nancy Roberts

Trasurer-Anne Greenwell

Junior Class Officers

Senators: Margaret Mackhill, Gray Idol, Ray Stevens, Tommie Watson

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President-Mark Worthington

Vice President-Johnny Parker

Secretary-Nancy Roberts

Trasurer-Anne Greenwell

Junior Class Officers

Senators: Margaret Mackhill, Gray Idol, Ray Stevens, Tommie Watson

231






ADAMS, ALLEN MCCRARY Mount Olive

ADAMS, VIVIAN Wilmington, Del.

ADCOCK, EDNA ROSE Oxford

ADCOX, VIRGINIA CLYDE Fayetteville

ADKINS, MARGARET ANN Rocky Mount

ABERTSON, LINA CAROLE Beulaville

ALDRIDGE, CAROL ELAINE Harrisburg

ALFORD, JAMES BASS Wilson

ALLEN, WARREN KAYE Pantego

ALLISON, JAMES RICHARD Reidsville

AMAN, GENE THOMAS Jacksonville

ANDERSON, JOHNNY YOUNG Marion

ANDERSON, WILEY ROADRICK Fountain

ANDREWS, LINDA JO Clinton

ANGE, ELTON RUSSELL, JR. Kinston

ANNIS, DOROTHY W. Washington

ARMSTRONNG, LINDA GAIL Portsmouth, Va.

ASHLEY, NADEAN LEE Timberlake

ATKINSON, LOIS Cove City

AUTREY, LOIS ANN Burnsville

AVERETTE, BARNIE WENDELL Roxboro

AVERETTE, LARRY MICHAEL Greenville

BACON, LEE H. Salem, N. J.

BAILEY, BETTIE JO Wilson

BAILEY, OTIS TALMADGE Graham

BAILEY, SANFORD WALTER Wake Forest

BAILEY, SHAARON ANN Greenville

BAILEY, SHELLIE DEW Wilson

BAKER, MARY ANNE Fayetteville

BAKER, RITA WILSON Gates

BARCLAY, NORMAN DAVID East Point, Ga.

BARCO, BARBARA GAYE Grandy

BARNES, CAROLYN SUE Chadboum

BARNES, KENNETH TOSTOE Jacksonville

BARNHILL, DONNYE VIVIAN Battleboro

BATEMAN, ROBERT MIDGETTE Ayden

BATEMAN, WASHINGTON ERBIN, III Belhaven

BATTEN, REBA LOUISE Selma

BECK, CAROLYN VIRGINIA Zebulon

BELL, CLARA BENNETTE Rocky Mount

BENMOUYAL, PIERRE Casablanca, Morocco

BENNETT, BRYAN L. Bayside, Va.

BENNETT, ELIZABETH ANN Ayden

BENSON, JAMES LYNN Charlotte

BENSON, JIMMY CARLTON Clayton

BIGGS, JUDY LOUISE Rocky Mount

BIGGS, RITTIE JEAN Williamston

BLACKWELDER, CHARLES RICHARD Hillsboro

BLACKWELL, E. NORMAN Draper

BLANCHARD, CHARLES WATSON Sulfolk, Va.

BLANTON, JAMES CORDELL Kings Mountain

BLIZZARD, JOYCE ANN Beulaville

BLYTHE, MARGARET ELIZABETH Seaboard

BOBBITT, JOAN FRANCES Rocky Mount

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SGA President Tom Mallison received the "cover-up"

treatment at the L&M count during Winter Quarter.

BURROUGHS, DIANE FRANCES Arlington, Va.

BURTON, WILLIAM GEORGE Hampton, Va.

BUSHBY, LYNDA JEAN Southern Pines

CAIL, RALPH WALDO, JR. Ludiwici, Ga.

CAIN, DONNA KAY Greenville

CAIN, ELLEN MARIE Roseboro

CAIN, LINDA HARRIET Fayettevile

CAMPBELL, MARY ANN McLean, Va.

CANIPE, BRENDA JAYNE Rockingham

CANIPE, PEGGIE JEWELL Rockingham

CANNADY, DIANA GAY Ahoskie

CANNADY, SYLVIA DELORES Roseboro

CANNON, WILLIAM E. New Bern

CARAWAN, BETTY ANNE Greenville

CAROON, NATHAN ALTON Aydlett

CARROLL, ELIZABETH Winterville

CASEY, BENJAMIN HORACE, JR. Goldsboro

CASEY, PEGGY MARIE Kinston

CASH, BETTE LOU Louisburg

CASH, PEGGY MORRIS Youngville

CASSICK, CAROL ALLEN Greenville

CASTELLOE, MARY CAROLINE Windsor

CATES, EDITH ANNE Orlando, Fla.

CAUDILL, SUE CAROL Star

CAYTON, ELIZABETH OLIVER Turkey

CHALK, DENISE RHYNE Moyock

CHARLES, JANE THURSTON Ahoskie

CHESHIRE, WILLIAM EDWARD, JR. Plymouth

CHESTNUTT, SYLVIA IRENE Mangolia

CHIARENZA, ANTONY AMERICO Brooklyn, NY

CHRISMAN, GARY BLAINE McLean Va.

CLARK, MYRA GAYLENE Albermarle

CLARK, RUTH COTTON Greenville

CLARK, THURMAN LEE Grimesland

CLIFTON, SUSAN ROYALL Faison

COBB, SANDRA LORRAINE Merry Hill

COCHRANE, ALICE JUANITA Weldon

COMBS, LEANNE Dover

COMER, JULIA E. Cameron

COMPTON, NANCY GAYLE Sanford

CONDER, ANNE RUSSELL Sansboro

CONCLETON, KENNETH RAY Aulander

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COPPLE, RICHARD LEE Greenwood, Del.

COX, BEVERLY BARRETT, III Newport News, Va.

COX, CAROL ROSE North Wilkesboro

COX, RONNIE HURST Winterville

COX, STANLEY WILSON Sanford

COX, THOMAS EARLE Arlington, Va.

COX, VIVIAN ANNE New Bern

CRAWLEY, GLORIA JANE Ayden

CRAWLEY, RONALD M. Littleton

CRISP, WILLIAM F., JR. Ahoskie

CROCKER, J. THOMAS Hampton, Va.

CROCKER, SYLVIA ANN Henderson

CROSS, JAMES LAWRENCE Huben

CROUSE, LINDA CAROL Greensboro

CROWELL, JAMES KENNETH, JR. Wilmington

CULBRETH, THOMAS CLARENCE Plymouth

CULLIPHER, LOUIS ARNOLD Colerain

CUMMINS, ROMA LEE Mooresville

CUNNIFF, WILLIAM HAROLD Fall River, Mass.

CUNNINGHAM, SUZANNE M. Plymouth

DAIL, EVA SANDRA Smithfield

DANIEL, BETTY BROOKS Roseboro

DANIEL, RUTH CARL Henderson

DANIELS, EDWARD FERRELL Williamston

DANIELS, WILLIAM EARL Dudley

DARDEN, THOMAS SIDNEY Faison

DAVENPORT, JANE PAGE, Washington

DAVES, PATRICIA ANN Marion

DAVIS, CHARLES MICHAEL Seven Springs

DAVIS, EDGAR QUINTEN Hamilton

Juniors

DAVIS, JANICE FAYE Rocky Mount

DAVIS, JEAN SWINDELL Littleton

DAVIS, LILLIAN FRANCES Wake Forest

DAVIS, LINDA KAYE Delray Beach, Fla.

DAVIS, MARGARET ROSE Fayetteville

DAVIS, PEGGY LEVERNE Louisburg

DEAN W. L. Sanford

DEBERRY, VICTOR ANN Ranoke Rapids

DEBRUHL, CAROLYN FAYE Mount Olive

DEANING, JUDY FAYE Mount Olive

DENTON, BOBBY LEE Rocky Mount

DERCOLE, PATRICIA ANN Clifton Heights, Pa.

DICKENS, DONALD CLEVELAND Enfield

DICKENS, DONNA YVONNE Fuquay Springs

DILDAY, JAMES EARL Ahoskie

DIXON, ANNIE LAURA Oxford

DIXON, JACKIE BENNETT Clinton

DOE, THOMAS B., III Fletcher

DOWD, CAROLYN ANN Bear Creek

DOWDY, BYBE HOLLOWELL Nashville

DRAPER, JOHN ROBERT Suffolk, Va.

DUKE, JOSEPH BENJAMIN Washington

DUNN, EDWARD KENT, JR. Rocky Mount

DUPREE, VIRGINIA CHARLOTTE Goldsboro

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Moments of hilarious laughter were always

present in the musical production of "Guys and Dolls."

EATMON, VELMA RUTH Woodland

EDGERTON, LOIS LEE Kenly

EDWARDS, JAMES PRESTON Smithfield

EDWARDS, JAMES ROGER Washington

EDWARDS, ROBERT O. Greenville

EFLAND, LINDA KATHLEEN Edland

EHRMANN, ROBERT JOSEPH Tampa, Fla.

ELDER, SYLVIA DIANNE High POint

ELLEN, THOMAS JOEL Raleigh

ELLER, JERRY WAYNE Granite Quarry

ELMORE, GUY C. RYE, N. Y.

EMORY, MEL F. Lancaster

EPTON, SARAH KAY Red Springs

ESHAM, RICHARD OTIS Salisbury, Md.

EVANS, CHARLOTTE MERLE Selma

EVANS, PATRICIA EARLE Washington

EVERETT, EDITH RODGERS Robersonville

EYERMAN, WILLIAM PENN Lillington

FARRIOR, PATRICIA KAY Southern Pines

FELTS, CAROL MARGARET Norlina

FETNER, ROBERT JACKSON, JR. Hamlet

FINCH, LUTHER RONALD Greenville

FISH, JUDITH BARBOUR Willow Springs

FISHER, GLENN JAMES, JR. Concord

FITZGIBBON, SANDRA LOUISE Southern Pines

FLAKE, JUDITH MAE Wadesboro

FLIPPIN, ARLEN WAYNE Winston Salem

FLOWERS, HETTIE ESTELLE Mt. Olive

FLOWERS, LINDA BERTA Wilson

FLOYD, JOHN W. Lumberton

FORBES, L. JANE Macclesfield

FORBES, LYLE OTIS Shawboro

FORBES, PATTIE JEANETTE Elizabeth City

FORBIS, ANNIE LEE Greensboro

FOREHAND, BILLIE FAYE Shiloh

FOSTER, DUDLEY DAVIS Kinston

FOUSHEE, ISABELL LEWIS Greenville

FRANCIS, SONJA KAY Conway

FRAZIER, JAMES RANSON, JR. Warrenton

FRAZIER, STEVE EUGENE Charlotte

FRAZZELLE, CLARENCE WARWICK Richlands

FRIEDKIN, JUDITH C. Chester, Pa.

FULFORD, JERRY PAYNE Beaufort

FUSSELL, DAVID GEDDIE Rose Hill

FUTCH, ELLEN CARYL Burgaw

GADDY, JUNIOU WESLEY, JR. Fairmount

GALLOWAY, FRANKIE JEROME Wilson

GALLOWAY, JAMES NELSON Greenville

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GARNER, NANCY ELIZABETH Ranoke Rapids

GARRETT, ROBERT EDWARD Norfolk, Va.

GARRIS, CHERRY ARBOR williamston

GARRISS, MARCUS ALTON Weldon

GARTMAN, LAURA URGUHART, Portsmouth, Va.

GASKILL, LINDA CATHERINE Elizabeth City

GASKIN, NANCY FAYE Greenville

GEDDY, HENRY MEREDITH Newport News, Va.

GENTRY, HERMAN AUGUSTUS, JR. Roxboro

GETELSON, ELAINE LESLIE Durham

GLENN, MARY LEE Hertford

GLOSSON, LORETTA JANE Burlington

GLOVER, DOROTHY LYNN Wilson

GODBOLD, MARILN BOYD, JR. Bennettsville, S.C.

GODWIN, WILLIAM LAWRENCE Clayton

GODWIN, WILLIAM MARTIN Raleigh

GRADY, SHELBA JEAN Deep Run

GRADY, GERALD LEE III Goldsboro

GREENHILL, SUSAN ABBOTT Chocowinity

GREENWELL, ANNE BATCHELOR Jacksonville

GRIFFIN, BONNIE ELIZABETH Rocky Mount

GRIFFIN, MINNIE VIRGINIA Williamston

GRIGGS, CARL THOMAS Winston Salem

GROET, DOROTHY ANNE Grifton

GROVE, RONNIE HUNTER Scotland Neck

GUPTON, EVELYN MAE Lousiburg

GUPTON, JO ANN Louisburg

GUTHRIE, CHARLES EDWARD Yanceyville

HALL, BONNIE JEANETTE Fayetteville

HALL, CLAUDE MICHAEL Bassett, Va.

HALL, JAMES EARL, JR. Norfolk, Va.

HALL, MARTHA FAYE Berlin, Md.

HALLER, DOMINIQUE HELENE Geneva, Switzerland

HAMILTON, VIOLET F. Harkers Island

HANSON, LINDA SUE Athens, Ga.

HARDEE, GLENDA ALICE Greenville

HARDISON, ROBERT BRYAN New Bern

HARDY, BRENDA KAYE New Bern

HARGETT, CHARLES FRANKLIN New Bern

HARRELL, LEE LANG Greenville

HARRELL, LINFORD LOY King William, Va.

HARRIS, HAYWOOD DONALD Havelock

HARRIS, HERBERT BAXTER Elizabeth City

HARRIS, JEANETTE LOUISE Williamston

HRRIS, PHILIP SOUSA, JR. Rocky MOunt

HARRIS, YVONNE OLIVIA Franklinton

HARRISON, RAYMOND H. Grifton

HART, CORA CAROLYN Grifton

Tom prepares to make one of his numerous

visits to an abode for women studies.

Library cards must be obtained by every

freshman during Orientation Week.

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BASKETT, MARGARET PATRICK Wilmington

HATLEY, GAYLE CLARKE Albermarle

HAWKINS, CLEVELAND MELVIN Ranoke, Rapids

HAWKINS, R. MONTEL, JR. Ettrick, Va.

HAWKINS, RALPH WINSTON Edenton

HAYNES, LOL Kinston

HEATH, JOHN T. New Bern

HEATH, LINDA KATHERINE Delco

HEIM, MARY CATHERINE Wilington, Del.

HELMS, MARTIN RONALD Charlotte

HELMS, NATHANIEL DRURY Fort Mill, S.C.

HENDERSHOTT, MARILYN LEE Arlington, Va.

HENDERSON, MARY LYNN Durham

HENDERSON, WILLEEN RUTLEDGE Gainesville, Fla.

HENDRICKS, JACQUELINE Nashville

HENSLEY, CAROLYN JO Marion

HERRING, BARBARA GARRETT Bath

HERRING, CHARLES DeLEON Newton Grove

HICE, MILDRED HALL Spring Lake

HICKS, DONNIE REBECCA Raleigh

HIGGINS, JERRY LYNN Smithfield

HUGH, LINDA FAY Rocky Mount

HILL, BEN F. Kinston

HILL, REBECCA ELAINE Seven Springs

HINKLE, JOAN CAROL Thomasville

HINTON, ROY DONALD, JR. Selma

HOBBS, BILLIE ANNE Newton Grove

HODGES, WILLIAM RICHARD Washington

HOELL, BETTY JEAN Greenville

HOLBERT, RICHARD MOORE Greenville

HOLCOMBE, JON ALAN Black Mountain

HOLDEN, NORMAN R. Southport

HOLDEN, SANDRA JOY Supply

HOLLAND, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Suffolk, Va.

HOLLAND, CHARLES W. Camp Lejeune

HOLLIDAY, PATSY JEAN Plymouth

HOLLINGSWORTH, KATHERINE ANN Teachey

HOLLOWELL, ELSIE GRIGGS Point Harbor

HOLLOWELL, WALLACE C., JR. Belcross

HONEYCUTT, PEGGY JEAN Wilson

HONEYCUTT, REBECCA JUNE Dunn

HOOD, ROBERT MONROE Sanford

HOOKS, GEORGIA GREY Whiteville

HOOPER, BARBARA L. Greenville

HOOVER, DORIS ANN Charlotte

HORNE, EUGENE BARRON, JR. Kure Beach

HORRELL, VICTOR H. Wilmington

HOUSTON, THOMAS KARR L.I.C. N.Y.

HOWARD, GLENDA KAY Hampstead

HOWELL, BRUCE INMAN Garysburg

HUDGINS, JUDY LANE Warrenton

HUDNELL, DONNA FRANCES Beaufort

HUDSON, GERALDINE Grimesland

HUGGINS, PATRICIA ANNA Fort Barnwell

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HUMPHREY, JEAN RAYE Beulaville

HUNEYCUTT, RICHARD K. Portsmouth, Va.

HUNSUCKER, SUE ELLEN Winterville

HUNT, PERRY EDWARD Ranoke Rapids

HUNTER, SHIRLEY RUTH Summerfield

HYLE, ROY ALTON Newport News, Va.

INGRAM, NORMA JEAN Swansboro

ISAAC, JOANNA ELIZABETH Memphis, Tenn.

IVEY, NORMA HARDIN Ranoke Rapids

JACKSON, JOYCE LEE Greenville

JACKSON, JUDITH ANN St. Pauls

JACKSON, LEE DUNCAN Willow Springs

JAMES, ROBERT LOUIS Arlington, Va.

JAMES, ROSE LYNN Conway

JAMES, SAMUEL ADAMS, JR. Raleigh

JARMAN, JAMES ASHLEY Morehead City

JARRELL, CLYDE RICKEY Kenersville

JARRELL, LINDA MARIE Durham

Juniors

JOHNSON, BARBARA ANN St. Pauls

JOHNSON, HULDAH RUTH Greenville

JOHNSON, JAMES HERMAN, JR. Asheboro

JOHNSON, JOHN DOUGLAS Fuquay Springs

JOHNSON, JOSEPH DeLEON Rose Hill

JOHNSON, JOY STANTON Mongolia

JOHNSON, KATHARINE ELAINE Washington

JOHNSON, LILLIAN MAY New Bern

JOHNSON, LINDA LOU Chadbourn

JOHNSON, MILLARD GARDNER, JR. Benson

JOHNSTON, JAMES MARION, JR. Edenton

JONES, JACQUELYN MAY Suffolk, Va.

JONES, JEANETTE ANN Suffolk, Va.

JONES, ROBERT ALTON Swansboro

JONES, ROLAND O. Kinston

JONES, STEPHEN THOMAS Belhaven

JORDAN, EVA DORIS Rocky Mount

JORDAN, MARSHA LEE Henderson

JOSEPH, WILLIAH THOMAS Lewes, Del.

JOYNER, JOSEPH DONLEY Rocky Mount

JOYNER, KENNETH LEE Wilson

KALEEL, JUDITH ADLA Clinton

KEARNEY, MAR1LENE M. Farmville

KEEMAN, ROBERT MAURICE Burlington

KELLY, NEWTON JAY, JR. Wilmington

KENDALL, MARY CORE Wilmington

KENNEDY, GERALDINE Beaulaville

KENNEDY, PATRICIA H. Elkin

KENNINGTON, MARY ANNE Roxboro

KILDAY, JOHN WILLIAM Alexandria, Va.

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KILLEBREW, JAMES CLYDE Fountain

KINEEY, CHARLES RALPH Greenville

KINTZ, DONALD DAILEY Eau Gallie, Fla.

KIVETT, ADA JANE Burlington

KIZES, HELEN ANN Richmond, Va.

KNEIL, JAN ARDEN Goldsboro

KNIGHT, EDGAR SPENCER Henderson

KNOWLES, O'BREYTON, JR. Fayetteville

KNOWLES, RUSS Greenville

KORNEGAY, JUANITA CLAIRE Goldsboro

LAMBERT, DENNIS KEITH Rockingham

LANCASTER, LARRY LEON Fayetteville

LANE, BETSY JEAN Fremont

LANE, PRISCILLA TAYLOE Hinhham, Mass.

LANE, TROY LEE Washington

LANGSTON, CAPPY JO Grifton

LANIER, THOMAS FREDERICK Oxford

LASSITER, JAMES FRANKLIN Colerain

LASSITER, LONNIE WAYNE Ranoke Rapids

LASSITERM TED ARVIN Edenton

LATTA, DOUGLAS Goldsboro

LAWRENCE, HENRY BOGER Newport News, Va.

LAWRENCE, HORACE G. Beaufort

LEARY, FRANCES PAULINE Belcross

LECOUR, ROBERT EVAN Basking Ridgem N.J.

LEDGETT, DOUGLAS ALLEN Ridgewood, N.J.

LEE, DAVID EDWARD Smithfield

LEE, MARIAN GAYLE Acme

LEE, ROBERT EDWARD Elizabeth City

LETCHER, CLAYTON Edenton

Juniors

LETCHWORTH, LINDA RAY Newport News, Va.

LEWIS, LARRY NORMAN Asheboro

LEWIS, SUSAN MARIE Atlantic

LEWIS, WILEY HOWARD, JR. Beaufort

LILLEY, ANTHONY EVAN Williamston

LILLEY, FLEETWOOD BARNES Gatesville

LITTLE, MIRIAM GRAY Greenville

LITTLE, THELMA RUTH Greenville

LIVESAY, ROBERT WAYNE Portsmouth, Va.

LIVINGSTON, SARA BETH White Oak

LONG, DELANO EUGENE Rockingham

LORD, CHARLES DAVID Matthews

LOVE, JUDITH ELAINE Stanfield

LUCAS, WILLIAM SHERMAN Lucama

LUPTON, IVY REBECCA Belhaven

McCOTTER, RALPH HOOKER, JR. Arapahoe

McCOY, LANA KAY Midland

McCUISTON, GEORGE WILL Burlington

McDONALD, JANET ELIZABETH Lillington

McDONALD, WILLIAM E., Souther Pines

McDONALD, BILLIE KAREN Sanford

McGALLIARD, JERRY GARLAND Valdese

McGEE, THELMA ALICE Spring Lake

McILWEAN, NANCY MORRIS Bayside, Va.

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McKEAN, SHARON LEE Arlington, Va.

McKENNEY, JANICE EMERY Silver Springs, Md.

McLANB, JOHN CHARLES Newton Grove

McLARTY, JULIA ARMINTA High Point

McLAURIN, MARGARET LYNN Fayetteville

McLAWHON, CHARLOTTE RUTH Winterville

McLAWHORN, JONATHAN KERAY Grifton

McNEILL, JAMES BAXTER Maxton

McPHAIL, BILLIE CAROLE Mount Olive

McPHERSON, DALLAS WILLIAM Littleton

McROY, BARBARA JEAN Greenville

McROY, BETTY CAROLYN Chpcpwinity

MACKILL, MARGARET R. Ranoke Rapids

MADDOX, EDWIN THOMAS, JR. Laurinburg

MAHAN, JAMES EDWARD Charlotte

MALLARD, SUZANNA DAY Trenton

MANGUM, KAY FRANCES Monroe

MANNING, LEE ODELL, JR. Grifton

MANNING, LINDA FAYE williamston

MANNING, LINDA KATHERINE Bailey

MARASPIN, LYNO EVELINO Raritan, N. J.

MARE, CHARLES Brooklyn, N. Y.

MARKUM, DONNA MARIE Norfolk, Va.

MARSHALL, RICHARD BLAINE Louisburg

MARCHBURN, ANNE SCOTT Washington

MARTIN, KENNETH MORRIS Elkin

MATTHEWS, CAREY BERYL Raleigh

MATTHEWS, DONNA KAY Robersonville

MAXWELL, MALCOLM HUGH Greenville

MAYNARD, LLEW JEAN Jacksonville

MEADOW, CAROLE LEE Richmond, Va.

MEARES, MACIE CAROL Cerro Gordo

MEEKS, GARY ANDREW Leaksville

MELTON, MARTHA KATHLEEN Hubert

MELVIN, BILLIE FALLON Maysville

MIDGET, JO ANNE Hatteras

MILES, ARTHUR CLYDE, JR. Richmond, Va.

MILLAR, NANCY CAROLYN Charlotte

MILLER, ROBERT P., JR, Miami, Fla.

MILLER, WILLIAM HENRY Harrisonburg, Va.

MINTON, LINDA SURE Burlington

MITCHELL, EDWARD H., JR. New Burn

President Jenkins escorted Governor Sanford

to the rostrum as the political leader appeared

here to make a speech on education.

Tickets were sold for the ECC-Richmond football

game which was held in that Virginia city.

Although excessive interest was aroused,

the trip never materialized.

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Juniors

After following explicit directions, Billy Crenshaw

fixed the headlight to his sports car.

MIZELLE, WALTER FRANKLIN New Bern

MOBLEY, JUDITH ALLEN Winterville

MODLIN, JUDIETH CATHRYN Jamesville

MOODY, NANCY YOUNG Bon Air, Va.

MOORE, BRAZEL THOMAS Pamplico, S.C.

MOORE, DONALD EDWARD Gastonia

MOORE, DOROTHY BLAKE Acme

MOORE, ELIZABETH A. Langley, AFB, Va.

MOORE, ROBERT E. Gaston

MORGAN, DOLORES HAYES Bath

MORRIS, SELBA ANN Portsmouth, Va.

MORRISON, WILMA J. Washington, D.C.

MORSE, SHIRLEY JOAN Hamlet

MOZINGO, FRANCES LYNCH La Grange

MELCHER, PATRICIA ANN Red Spring

MUNROE, EDNA SHAW Clarkton

MURPHREY, ROBERT T. Washington

MURRAY, CARLOS W., JR. Greenville

NANCE, JAMES PHILMORE Asheboro

NARRON, LINDA KAY Bailey

NELSON, ELDON LANE Morehead City

NELSON, ROBERT A. Greenville

NESBITT, ROBERT PHILLIP Salisbury

NEWBERN, FANNIE HUGHES Powell Point

NEWBY, ARCHIE EDMOND Greenville

NIBBELINK, DINAH RAY High Point

NICHOLS, JAMES EMERY Suffolk, Va.

NICHOLS, MARGIE LOU Greenville

NIXON, THEDA KAY Belmont

NOBLE, LINDA FAYE Tarboro

O'BERRY, PATRICIA ANN Evergreen

ODOM, MARTHA LINDA Wadesboro

ODOM, WINNIE LEE Williamston

OLIVER, KENNETH Clinton

LOIYER, SANDRA LUCILLE Fairmont

OSBORNE, MEREDITH DAVIS Huntersville

OVERMAN, JACK DALE Liberty

OVERNAM, RACHEL EMMA Goldsboro

OVERTON, ANN CAROLYN Rocky Mount

OWEN, BONNIE KAY Lexington

OWENS, CALVIN IRVIN Harbinger

OWENS, DENISE KATRINE Grifton

OWENS, ENNIS MILTON, JR. Norfolk, Va.

PADGETT, DEWEY LEE Burgaw

PAGE, SHEILA FAYE Elm City

PAINTER, BRENDA GAIL Tarboro

PALAGRUTO, DOMENIC A. Wilmington, Del.

PARKER, DONNA ANNE Buies Creek

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PARKER, JOHNNY BRYANT Conway

PARKER, MARGARET ANN Pendleton

PARKER, WALLACE C. Four Oaks

PARKS, BETTY JEAN Jackson

PARNELL, JO ANNE Kenley

PARRISH, EMMA LOU Newport

PARRISH, MARY JOYCE Raleigh

PARSONS, KENNETH L. Clinton

PAYNE, JULIA ANN Bassett, Va.

PEARCE, EDWIN PLUMMER Greensboro

PEARSALL, JUDY ELAINE Warsaw

PEEDIN, WILLIAM LOUIS Pine Level

PERKINS, MARY JACQUELINE Longhurst

PERYY, MARRY ANN Elizabeth City

PAYNE, ORAN KENNETH Ahoskie

PETTY, SUSAN WOODING Greensboro

PHILLIPS, ROGER LEE Kenansville

PHIPPS, BIDDIE Statesville

PHIPPS, BONNIE Statesville

PIGOTT, LOIS JEANNE Beaufort

PITTMAN, BILLIE EDWIN Washington

PLASTERM JUDY CAROL Martinsville, Va.

PLEASANRS, ENNIS GENE Louisburg

POOLE, EDWARD EPPES Disputanta, Va.

POOLE, ELEANOR RUTH Wake Forest

POPE, CHARLOTTE FAYE Kenly

POWELL, DANIEL AUGUSTUS Winston-Salem

POWELL, GREDDIE MAYO Robersonville

POWELL, SARAH CATHERINE Wilmington

POWELL, SYLVIA MAE Rocky Mount

PRICE, SHIRLEY FAYE Selma

PRIDGEN, GENE RUSSELL Rocky Mount

PROCTOR, BARBARA ANNE Pinetops

PULLEY, EMMA MARIE Littleton

PURSER, HAUGHTON CHUNN New Bern

QUEEN, MARGARET JOAN Washington, D.C.

RABON, JAMES LEO Monroe

RADFORD, CONNIE ANN Castalia

RAMSEY, PATSY ANNE Martinsville, Va.

RAPER, CURTIS BRADLEY Elizabeth City

RAWLS, MARTHA LAVINIA Williamston

RAYNOR, CARMEN A. Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico

REASON, SHIRLEY ANN Wilson

REEL, JUDY CAROL Fair Bluff

REGES, BRENDA GAIL Rocky Mount

REHDER, JOHN BURKHARDT Winston-Salem

RESPESS, SARAH ARETHE Bath

REYNOLDS, ROBERT CLIFTON Newport

Dr. Durham instructed his Fall Quarter class

in the correct procedures and principles of marketing.

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RHODES, ARLENE ANNE Graham

RICKS, BILLY RAY Seaboard

RIDENHOUR, NANCY REBECCA Harrisburg

RIYENBARK, GINNIE ROSE Goldsboro

ROBERSON, BRENDA KAY Halifax

ROBERSON, FANNIE LOIS Williamston

ROBERSON, WILLIAM FREDERICK Durham

ROBERTS, NANCY ANN Hillsboro

ROBERTSON, SAMUEL JAMES Leaksville

ROBINSON, BETTY JO Wilmington

ROBINSON, LYNWOOD ELLIOTT Dover

ROBINSON, SARAH TORRENCE Gastonia

ROGERS, JAMES ARCHIE, JR. Grifton

ROSS, ELIZABETH Ednton

ROSS, MONTE BARRETT Garner

ROUSH, JANE CAROLE Rural Hall

ROWE, MARTHA ELIZABETH Burgaw

ROYSTER, RALPH DOUGLAS Henderson

RUFFIN, ANNIE SUE Ahoskie

RUSH, JERRY GREENE Rockingham

RUSNAK, WALTER PHILIP, JR. Disputanta Va.

RUSSELL, WILLIAM W. Hubert

RUTH, KATHERINE HAYES Windsor

SADLER, JAMES WOODLEY Fairfield

SALLE, KATHARINE BEDLOE Washington

SANDLING, BETTIE ROSEMARY Franklinton

SAUNDERS, THELMA MAE Burgaw

SAVAGE, CHARLES B. La Grange

SAWYER, HENRY GILBERT Belcross

SAWYER, WILLIAM JORDAN, III Portsmouth, Va.

SCARBORO, MARY DELAINE Durham

SCHWENTORUS, RONALD E. Jacksonville

SCOTT, DELMAR LESTER, JR. Mount Olive

SCOTT, MONROE Silver City

SERENA, JOANN FRANCES Rocky Mount

SESSOMS, BOBBY ALLEN Lumberton

SHEARIN, BONNIE LYNN Louisburg

SHEARIN, DAVID LINWOOD Warrenton

SHELTON, CHARLES H., II Wadesboro

SHINE, NICHOLAS FARRIOR Rocky Mount

SHIVAR, NED Seven Springs

SIMMONS, FLORIDA R. Newport

Johnny Waters participated in

his own seed spitting contest.

All the Summer School "gents" enjoyed

the watermelon cuttings.

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SIMPKINS, PHILIP WARREN Jacksonville

SIMPSON, JAMIE S. Robersonville

SIMPSON, LENWOOD DREW Chinpuapin

SIMPSON, MORRELL B., JR. Kernersville

SLAUGHTER, LINDA CAROLE Oxford

SMITH, ALICE FAYE Pink Hill

SMITH, ALTON GLENN, JR. Goldsboro

SMITH, AVA GRACE Robersonville

SMITH, CHARLES W. Sulfolk, Va.

SMITH, EDWARD TYSON Fountain

SMITH, EVERETT MARIE Beulaville

SMITH, MABLE LEA Grimesland

SMITH, REBECCA ANN Gastonia

SMITH, RUFUS RANDOLPH, JR. Maxton

SMITH, SUE HARDY Kinston

SMITH, WALTER WILSON, JR. Goldsboro

SMITH, WILLIAM RICHARD Windsor

SMITHERMAN, MARY AILEEN Troy

SNYDER, SANDRE LEE Winston-Salem

SOBOL, CHESTER T., JR. Black Mountain

SORRELL, CAROLYN LUCILLE Raleigh

SOUTHALL, PHYLLIS M. Jetersville

SPARROW, WENDALL KEATS Kinston

SPEIGHT, JOSEPH DONALD Greenville

Juniors

SPENCE, WILLIAM RAYBURN Raleigh

SPENCER, JESSE WILSON Newark, Del.

SPIVEY, WILLIAM PRESLEY Greenville

SPIVEY, WILLIAM PRUDEN Windsor

STACKPOLE, DUNCAN W. Fayetteville

STALLINGS, MARY VIRGINIA Belvidere

STANALAND, DAVID JOSEPH Ash

STANLEY, BETTIE LOU Four Oaks

STANSHUEY, SHIRLEY J. Littleton

STARLING, LEO HARDEE Greenville

STATON, BEVERLY JEAN Greenville

STEEN, RONALD LEWIS Dagsboro, Del.

STEPHENS, DONALD WAYNE Fairmont

STEPHENSON, ROBERT H. Portsmouth

STEVENS, H. RAY Cambridge, Md.

STEVENSON, CARLA REESE Williamston

STEWART, JAMES N., JR. Adams

STEWART, ROBEY C. Jacksonville

STILL, FRANCES LEONA Goldsboro

STOKES, LINDA ANNETTE Greenville

STONE, CECIL LEE Bassett, Va.

STORY, CONSTANCE LOUELLA Newsoms, Va.

STRICKLAND, AUDREY KAY Sims

STRICKLAND, CECELIA J. Pine Level

STRICKLAND, DONALD GRAHAM Princeton

STRICKLAND, LLOYD DOUGLAS Princeton

STUCKEY, WILLIAM JASPER Raleigh

STURDIVANT, CYNTHIA LEIGH Chester, Va.

STYRON, ESTON SHERRILL Hobucken

SUGG, INA MERLE Snow Hill

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SULLIVAN, JAMES CLAY Hertford

SUMMEY, HICKS MARVIN Hendersonville

SUMNER, DONNA JAN Beulaville

SUMRELL, BOBBIE ANN Kinston

SUTHERLAND, ARTHUR G. III Charlotte

SUTTON, MARILYN JAYNE Kinston

SUTTON, NANCY CAROL Maysville

SUTTON, WILLIAM OTIS Greenville

SWAIN, MANRY ANNE Beaufort

SWAIN, WENDELL LAMBERT Spring Lake

SWINDELL, CARROLL ERIC Scranton

TART, JAMES ROYCE Princeton

TAYLOE, JEAN CAROLYN Ahoskie

TAYLOE, PENNARITTA CHERRY Powellsville

TAYLOR, BOBBYE FRANCES Burgaw

TAYLOR, CHARLES RICHARD, JR. Kinston

TAYLOR, DAVID BRYAN Kinston

TAYLOR, DELPHA ALDINE Whitakers

TAYLOR, EDGAR SLADE Williamston

TAYLOR, JERRY ARCHIE Corapeake

TAYLOR, VIVIAN ELAINE Vanceboro

TEACHEY, EDWIN EARL, JR. Rose Hill

TEACHEY, GEORGE RALPH Goldsboro

TEACHER, JEROLD C. Mount Airy

TEMPLE, LILLIAN KAY Havelock

THARRINGTON, WILLIAM P. Bunn

THOMAS, LAWRENCE GUNTER Sanford

THOMAS, REBECCA DAWN Greensboro

THOMAS, ROBERT LEON Wilmington

THOMPSON, AVA SUE Smithfield

THOMPSON, DONALD HULL Laurngburg

THOMPSON, GLENNICE SHERRON Burlington

THOMPSON, JERRY MORRIS Goldsboro

THOMPSON, ROBERT FLOYD JR. Greenville, S.C.

THOMPSON, WALLACE CLARK Greensboro

THOMPSON, WILLIAM ROY, JR. Kinston

THOMPSON, WILLIE KAYE La Grange

THORNTON, MARY ELEANOR Suffolk, Va.

THURMAN, CHARLOTTE Laurel Hill

TIPPETT, SHIRLEY ANN Oxford

TODD, JERRY HENRY Sanford

TODD, LINDA MAE windsor

TOLER, REYNOLD DUFFY Washington

TOLLEY, AVERY LEONARD Winston-Salem

TOMLINSON, ROGER EVERETT LYNCHBURG, s.c.

TOUCHTON, LINDA ANNE Norfolk, Va.

TOWE, JOSEPHINE DAVIS Hertford

TOWNSEND, DOROTHY JEAN Penns Grove, N.J.

TRADER, BARBARA SUE Benson

TRAYLOR, HARDY B. Ettrick, Va.

TREYLER, TERRELL HUDSON Parkton

TRUELOVE, JANE ELIZABETH Apex

TRUNELL, ALBERT G., JR. Southport

TUCKER, NANCY TECORA Lauringburg

TUDOR, DOLORES ANN Fuquay Springs

TUGWELL, WILSON F. Newport News

TURNER, CONAL NEWBERN Colerain

TWIDDY, JOSEPH WILSON Elizabeth City

TWYNHAM, THOMAS HERBERT Arlington, Va.

TYLER, RONALD MITCHEL Cero Gordo

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TYNDALL, PATRICIA ANNE Kinston

TYSON, OSCAR LEMUEL, JR. Fayetteville

VAN NORTWICK, WILLIAM MONROE Williamston

VANN, TERRENCE RICHARD Elizabeth City

VASSAN, RONALD HUGH Richmond, Va.

VENTERS, WILLIAM THOMAS Leland

VERNON, BRENDA JOYCE Currie

VEST, WILLIAM THOMAS, JR. Beaufort, S.C.

VICKERS, MARVIN WOODROW, JR. Norfolk, Va.

WAFF, PATRICIA ANN Edenton

WAINRIGHT, FRED EARNEST Ayden

WALKER, ELMER RAY Rocky Mount

WALLEN, WILLIAM BRUCE Straford, N.J.

WALSTON, JOHN LEE Scotland Neck

WALSTON, RUTH ELAINE Farmville

WALTERS, ALICE FAYE Fuquay Springs

WALTERS, ALICE MARIE Greenville

WALTERS, JERRY LYNN Lumberton

WAMSLEY, JACQUELINE LOUISE Tarboro

WARD, COUG DAVID Norfolk, Va.

WARREN, BARBARA GREY Dunn

WARREN, DuBOUTZ ENGLISH Mount Olive

WARREN, WILLIAM IRVIN Godwin

WARWICK, EDNA GLYNN Dunn

WATSON, JERRY NEWTON Oxford

WATSON, MARRY ANN Greensboro

WATSON, SYLVIA JEAN Lucama

WATTS, DOUGLAS EUGENE Tabor City

WEAVER, MYRTLE BELLE Raleigh

WELOSTER, STARR ANNE Bennettsville, S.C.

WEIDENBACHER, WILLIAM J. Scotch Plains, N.J.

WEISS, BONNIE ANN Roanoke Rapids

WELLS, NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE Watha

WEST, FRED DOYLE Rocky Mount

WEST, LINDA JOYCE Stantonsburg

WETHERINGTON, JOAN Clinton

WHITE, ADA ELIZABETH Roxboro

WHITE, CLAUDE DELTON, JR. Hertfort

WHITE, GEORGE LAY Greenville

WHITE, GERALD ALFRED New Castle, Del.

WHITEMAN, WILLIAM EDWARD Tyner

WHITFORD, SAM MURRAY, JR. Vanceboro

WHITLEY, BARRY W. Winton-Salem

WHITLEY, JOHN CURRIE, JR. Leaksville

WHITED, LESLIE RAY Mount Olive

WHITTLE, SUE LEIGH Goldsboro

WHIxWORTH, MARSHA F. Norfolk, Va.

WIDDIFIELD, MARTHA J. Rocky Mount

WIGHMAN, GEORGE E., JR. Graham

WILEY, PATRICIA ANNE Durham

WILKINSON, ANN HATNAWAY Goldsboro

WILLER, YVONNE MARION Goldsboro

WILLIAMS, CATHERINE EMOGENE New Bern

WILLIAMS, DANIEL THOMAS Raleigh

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WILLIAMS, RALPH DOUGLASS Battleboro

WILLIAMS, ROBERT HARVEY Wilmington

WILLIAMS, SHIRLEY ROSE Bew Bern

WILLIAMSON, BETSEY SHAW Jackson

WILLIAMSON, JUNE DIANE Washington, D.C.

WILLIFORD, EARLIE RAY Oxford

WILLIS, JAMES TURLINGTON Coats

WILMOUTH, NORMA GRAY Pink Hill

WILSON, EDWARD BRYANT Henderson

WILSON, GRADY MONROE Robbins

WILSON, JUDITH ANNE Jacksonville, Fla.

WILSON, LARRY WAYNE Colerain

WILSON, LYNDA MARIE Ranoke Rapids

WINSTEAD, WILLIAM LINDSAY Louisburg

WINSTEAD, WILLIAM RONALD Nashville

WOOLARD, JASPER EVANS Washinton

WOOLARD, ROGER WILLIAM Washington

WOOTEN, WILLARD MITCHELL, JR. Falkland

WORRELL, BILLY RAY Goldsboro

WORSLEY, THOMAS LEE Rocky Mount

WORTHINGTON, JULIAN MACK Winterville

WORTHINGTON, LEE BROWN Winterville

WRIGHT, BETTY JANE Garysburg

WRIGHT, WILLIAM RAMSEY Hampton, Va.

WYNN, BETTY ANN Washington

YATES, ANN BRYAN Apex

YELVERTON, GEORGE ALDON, III Greensboro

YORKE, BETSY JEAN Chapel Hill

YORKE, MIKE WHITLEY Kannapolis

YOUNG, ROBERT IRWIN, III Richmond, Va.

YOW, SANDRA KAY Gibsonville

ZAPFFEL, GEORGE LEON New Bern

ZEBLEY, FREDERICK LEWIS, JR. Wilmington, Del.

Interesting photography was displayed in this

view of the East Carolina-Appalachian football game.

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Sophomore Class Officers

President-Berk Stephens

Vice President-Steve Watson

Secretary-Gregory Michael

Treasurer-Sandee Denton

Senator-Carol Daughtery

Senator-Billy Braswell

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ABBOTT, JAMES E., JR. Black Creek

ABBOTT, LINVILLE FRAZIER Oxford

ABNER, CAROLYN LOUISE Burlington

ADAMS, JOHN MAYNARD Henderson

AIKEN, DIANE FAYE Creedmore

AINSFIELD, IRWIN JEREMOE Alexandria, Va.

ALAFOGINIS, PETER G. Washington, D.C.

ALBRITTON, GENE Snow Hill

ALDRIDGE, JOHN MARVIN Kinston

ALEXANDER, ROBERTS S. Scotland Neck

ALFORD, GLENDA RUTH Whitakers

ALFORD, STEPHEN VANCE Kinston

ALLEN, ARTHUR, JR. Kings Mountain

ALLEN, BARBARA GLENN Greenville

ALLEN, BRENDA GAYLE Four Oaks

ALLEN, EBERN EARL Richmond, Va.

ALLEN, LARRY WAYNE Lexington

ALLEN, MARGARET ANGELA Ranoke Rapids

ALLEN, SUSAN KAY Charlotte

ALLIGOOD, HILDA RAE Washington

ALLIGOOD,STEVE HOLLIS Washington

AMBROSE, RAVONDA Washington

AMIS, WALTERS SCOTT Benson

ANDERS, MELBA ANN Clinton

Sophomores

ANDERS, OLIVIA JOANN Clinton

ANDERSON, CAROLYN JEANETTE Faison

ANDERSON, CHARLES CAREY Belmont

ANDERSON, GEORGE FRANKLIN Vanceboro

ANDERSON, LINWOOD ROY Goldsboro

ANDREW, WILLIAM GRIMES Washington

ANDREWS, FREDERICKA Greenville

ANDREWS, RENDALL FRANK Burlington

ANGSTADT, ROBERT D. Newark, Del.

ARANT, PATRICIA ANN New Bern

ARNOLD, MILDRED JOHNETTE Jacksonville

ASHWORTH, BRENDA ANNE Oxford

ASKEW, NORLEEN E. Colerain

ASKEW, PRESTON BRYAN Greenville

ASKEW, ROSA MARIE Colerain

ATKINSON, PAMELA G. Morehead City

AVENT, KENNETH GARLAND Faison

AVERA, MARGARET HARWOOD Rocky Mount

AVERY, HARRY BRADFORD Havelock

AYERS, BRENDA KAY Everetts

AYSCUE, JUDY CAROLYN Smithfield

BAGLEY, I. TNOTTER Henderson

BAILEY, JAMES TERRELL Raleigh

BAILEY, THOMAS LESLIE Portsmouth, Va.

BAILEY, WILLIAM WALTER Tarboro

BAIN, NICLEI SONDRA J. Fayetteville

BAIRD, KATHRYNE ANN Suffolk, Va.

BAKER, JOY LILES Wendell

BAKER, KATHLEEN AGNES Fayetteville

BAKER, RUTH ANNE Hubert

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Sending out letters for the Buuccaneer

kept Head Typist Shirley Brown quiet busy.

BALDWIN, ANNA LORETTA Liberty

BALDWIN, DONALD M., III Clarkton

BALDWIN, SARAH CECELIA Red Springs

BALLANCE, BONNIE DEW Fermont

BVLLARD, LINDA DARE Lynchburg, Va.

BALLARD, MARGARET RAYE Salisbury

BALLEW, RUBY JANNETT Havelock

BANKS, DENNIS EVANS Dagsboro, Del.

BARBER, WILLIAM LLOYD Raleigh

BAREFOOT, JAMES OWEN Newton Grove

BARHAM, JOYCE FAY Wendell

BARNES, CAROLYN JANE Moncure

BARNES, GENE GARDNER Stedman

BARNES, JAMES DAVID Severn

BARNES, JANICE MARIE Angier

BARNES, PERRY DELANO, JR. Wilson

BARNES, RICHARD CARLTON Wilson

BARNHILL, JOHN TAYLOR, JR. Greenville

BARRETT, VICKI LESTER Conway

BARROW, CLIFTON JOE Snow Hill

BARROW, EDWARD LINDLEY Snow Hill

BASNIGHT, ELLEN VIRGINIA Edenton

BASNIGHT, GEORGETTA Elizabeth City

BASS, EMMA LYNN Rocky Mount

BASS, JUDITH CARROLL Lucama

BASS, LINDA FAY Eureka

BASS, MARY SUSAN Raleigh

BASS, PORTIA FAYE Faison

BASS, RICHARD WHITFIELD Wilson

BASS, SANDRA LANE Newton Grove

BATEMAN, DORINDA PUGH Pantego

BAXLEY, SANDRA JOHNSON Saint Pauls

BEACHAM, MARY LEE Williamston

BEAL, LARRY ALLEN Wilmington

BEAL, LARRY MICHAEL Hendersonville

BEAMAN, ERNEST HERMAN Snow Hill

BEARDEN, JOHNNY CLAY Salisbury

BECK, MARGARET COX Greenville

BECTON, GEORGE FREDERICK Goldsboro

BEHR, JOHN DOUGLAS Greenville

BEHR, LAWRENCE V. Greenville

BELAIR, ROY B. Wilmington, Del.

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BELL, IZORA JEAN Atlantic

BELL, PHYLLIS ELORIA Rocky Mount

BENDER, CLYDIA JANE Pollocksville

BENSON, JOHN OLIVER Wheaton, Ill.

BENTLEY, JANICE TAYLOR Greenville

BENTON, JACCI Elizabeth City

BENTON, SALLIE ANN Hertford

BERRY, REGGIE CONLEY Lynchburg

BEST, LINDA CAROL Mount Olive

BILLINGS, CHARLYN ROSE Durham

BILLINGS, KATHRYN CAMILLE Scotts

BINGHAM, DONNA ANN Raleigh

BISHOP, JAMES GUERRY College Park, Ga.

BLACKBURN, LARRY MICHAEL Spray

BLACKMON, BILLY RAY Four Oaks

BLANCHARD, DINAH JEAN Rayland

BLANK, JANET ELIZABETH Raleigh

BLANKS, JOSEPH A. Colonial Heights, Va.

BLANTON, HOWARD ALLEN Teachey

BLINSON, PATRICIA SUE Mebane

BOCK, MARGARET ANN Greenville

BOETTNER, GEORGE ROBERT, JR. Raleigh

BOLLING, JAMES EDWIN, JR. Norfolk, Va.

NINE, ROY HERMAN, JR. Rocky Mount

BOUNDS, RALPH M., JR. Ranoke Rapids

BOWEN, TONY R. Goldsboro

BOWLING, PATSY STEVENSON Williamston

BOWMAN, JUANITA FAYE Walnut Cove

BOYD, ELBERT M, JR. Greenville

BOYETTE, GLENDA PIKE Seven Springs

BOYTE, JOSEPH LARRY Spray

BRADY, JOHNNY WAYNE Siler City

BRAMMER, OTIS WILLIAM Leaksville

BRANTLEY, JANICE EDWARDS Sanford

BRANTLEY, SANDRA JANE Bailey

BRAUNLICH, JOAN LEE McLean, Va.

BRAY, VIRGINIA DIANE New Bern

BRIDGERS, DAVID CHESTER, JR. Conway

BRIDGERS, HELEN REBECCA Conway

BRIDGES, TOMMY WAYNE Colon

BRILEY, WALTER REGINALD Tarboro

BRINN, WILLIAM JOSEPH, JR. Sanford

BRITT, WALTER HERMAN Suffolk, Va.

BRITTAIN, DOROTHY WARD Bolivia

BROADHURST, ELIZABETH Mount Olive

BROUGHTON, JUDY ELIZABETH Durham

BROWN, DORA ANN Greenville

BROWN, HARRIETT LA MARR Enfield

BROWN, JAMES A. Rockingham

BROWN, LESTER ZENO Greenville

BROWN, MICHAEL T. Ranoke Rapids

BROWN, NANCY CAROLYN Hickory

BROWN, ROBERT CARROLL Spencer

BROWN, WAYNE CHRISTOPHER Swansboro

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Entertainment climbed to its peak as Johnny

Nash visited the campus during the Summer School.

BROWNING, VIRGINIA CAROL Durham

BRYANT, BETSY LEE Greenville

BRYANT, MARGARET DEEDS Greenville

BRYAN, BILLIE MARJORIE Hobgood

BUCK, JAMES ARLEY Chocowinity

BUCKLESS, VIRGINIA L. Barrington, R. I.

BUIE, DONALD NELSON Broadway

BULLARD, WALTER MARVIN Dublin

BUMGARNER, DAVID THOMAS Valdese

BUNTING, NORMAN W. Frankford, Del.

BURKHEAD, HARRIET JEAN Sanford

BURNEY, BETTY LOU Ayden

BURRIS, ELIZABETH REBECCA Mount Holly

BURT, JUDITH LORIE Swanboro

BURTON, JULIAN THOMAS Vanceboro

BUTCHER, CHARLES WILLIAM Grifton

BYNUM, HENRY L., JR. Raleigh

BYNUM, JOHN HARRIS Greenville

CAIN, RANDALL SCOTT Reidsville

CALDWELL, CAROLYN JEANNE Charlotte

CALLICUTT, PHILLIP ANSEL Greensboro

CAMERON, EVERETT MERON Kinston

CAMERON, JUDITH AMNA Sanford

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM WILSON Greensboro

CANNON, NELSON EARL Ayden

CANTRELL, YATESY ANN Gastonia

CAPEL, GLADYS ANN Rocky Mount

CAPPS, FRANK ALBERT Oxford

CARAMANNA, MARLENE S. Rutherford, N.J.

CARAWAN, LELAND WAYNE Plymouth

CARMAN, MARY EILLEEN Falls Church, Va.

CARMICHAEL, GAYLE JANE Norfolk, Va.

CARR, CHARLES BLACKBURN Plymouth

CARR, DONALD LEACH Wallace

CARR, JEANNE PHYLLIS Grifton

CARR, JUDY CATHERINE Willard

CARRAWAY, VIRGINIA MILLICENT Pinetops

CARROLL, LINDA SUE Greenville

CARSON, LINDA SUE Gastonia

CARTER, CAROLE BROOKS Sunbury

CARTER, PLEAS WILSON, JR. Concord

CASEY, CAROL FRANCES Dudley

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CASEY, LINDA KAY Mount Olive

CASH, PATRICIA JONES Youngsville

CAWMAN, OLIN L. Salem, N.J.

CAYTON, ESTELLE D. Vanceboro

CAYTON, LONNIE MICHAEL Raleigh

CHANDLER, ELIZABETH J. High Point

CHANDLER, JUDITH LYNN Albmarle

CHAPMAN, EDDIE GARNER Newport

CHAPPELL, ROBERT HOLLOWELL Hobbsville

CHARLTON, LINDA S. Arlington, Va.

CHEPP, RITA ANNA Richmond, Va.

CHISHOLM, HILDA E. Eagle Springs

CHITTUM, H. PAUL Alexandria

CHITTY, BRENDA KAY Murfreesboro

CLAPP, JERRY DAVID Whitsett

CLARK, JOYCE RUTH New Bern

CLARK, MARY LEE Elizabeth City

CLARK, REYNARD LEE Clarkton

CLARK, WILLIAM HUNTER Warrenton

CLARKE, SAMMIE JEAN Shelby

CLAYBROOK, DOROTHY GAYLE Stoneville

CLEVENGEK, SARA PATRICIA Greensboro

CLINE, BILL JEROME Rutherford College

CLINE, FRED RAY Morganton

COBB, CHARLES DAVID Greenville

COBB, LESTER MARION, JR. Greenville

COBLE, CAROLYN ANN Winston-Salem

COBLE, MARY ELIZABETH Smithfield

COCHRAN, MARY CAROLE Rocky Mount

COGHILL,CONRAD C., JR. Henderson

COLE, MARGARET LOUISE Mebane

COLLINS, WILLIAM MAX Salisbury

CONN, MARY JANE Louisburg

CONNER, JEAN HARRIET Park Forest, Ill.

CONRAD, MARSHALL LEE Greensboro

COOKE, GALDYS WINNERFRED Mount Olive

COOPER, BETTIE JOYCE Ahoskie

COPE, CAROL ANN Raleigh

COPELAND, JAMES KENNETH, JR. Edenton

COTTLE, A. JAY Rose Hill

COVIELLO, MICHELLE E. Washington, D. C.

COVINGTON, JAYNE NICOLE Rockingham

COX, ETTA JOYCE Walstonburg

COX, HENRY CLEVELAND Rockingham

COX, LINDA DARE Newton Grove

COX, MARION EVELYN Clayton

COX, NORMAN JOSEPH Arlington, Va.

COX, RICHARD CLARKSON Greensboro

COX, ROY SHEPPARD Sanford

COZART, CASSANDRA LEE Bailey

CRAFFORD, JAMES BRIAN Clemmons

CRAIN, PERK PAUL Newport News, Va.

CRAVATTA, JULIE Arlington, Va.

CRAYTON, DARLA GAIL Mount Pleasant

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CREECH, LOIS CAROL Four Oaks

CREECH, WILLIAM DOUGLAS Snow Hill

CREEGAN, FAYE MARIE Raleigh

CREW, NANCY ALEXANDER Ranoke Rapids

CRIPPEN, GILBERT WILLIAM Tampa, Fla.

CRISP, LINDA FAYE Chocowinity

CROOM, EMORY EUGENE, JR. Stantonsburg

CROOM, JOHN ROY LaGrange

CROWELL, BRENDA DIANE Spencer

CRUMPLER, CHARLES PETTMAN Roseboro

CULLOM, RALPH MADDREY Ranoke Rapids

CULTON, CATHRYN DAWN Chapel Hill

CURRIE, CECILIA P. Aberdeen

DALY, GEORGE DANIEL Clayton

D'AMBROSIO, LOUIS A. Strafford, Pa.

DANIEL, WILLIAM LEE, JR. Oxford

DANIELS, BRENDA JOYCE Wanchese

DANIELS, LINDA CAROLE Durham

DARDEN, SARAH EVELYN Conway

DAUGHERTY, CAROL ELAINE Norfolk, Va.

DAIVS, AVON DARRAL Newport

DAIVS, CURTIS MACK Raleigh

DAVIS, DAVID WILLIAM Roxboro

DAIVS, HAYWOOD McCABE Durham

DAIVS, INEZ McDONALD Warrenton

DAVIS, JAMES CORDON, JR. Wilson

DAVIS, WILLIAM THOMAS Snow Hill

DEANE, BRIAN CLAYTON Richmond, Va.

DEANS, DELANO COBBY Macclesfield

DEANS, SITHA MARIE Lucama

DEEGAN, JACK DENNIS Glen Rock, N.J.

DELONG, MARGARET ANN Wilson

DENTON, AILEEN RUTH Louisburg

DENTON, SANDRA JEAN Raleigh

DEW, LUCILE MARIA Rose Hill

DICAMILLO, LEWIS GEORGE Haddonfield, N.J.

DICKERSON, RACHEL ANN Louisburg

DILDAY, ROVERT LEVY Ahoskie

DITTMER, ARLENE L. Valley Stram, N.Y.

DIUGUID, FRANK SAMPSON Raleigh

DIXON, BARBARA CAMILLE Greensboro

DIXON, BRENDA DIANNE Burlington

DOCKERY, JOHNNY YOUNG Elkin

DOHERTY, GERALD M. Ontario, Canada

DONALD, LANA MARGARETTE Valdese

DORMAN, BARBARA G. Rutherford, N.J.

DORSEY, NEIL EDWARD Malvere, N.Y.

DOUT, LINDA GRAY Raleigh

DOWDY, RONALD EUGENE Alexandria, Va.

DOZIER, SYLVIA AMBROSE Moyock

DRAKE, CASANDRA LOU Washington

DRAKE, PATRICIA ANN Williamston

DRUMMOND, PATRICIA ANN Rocky Mount

DUDLEY, CYNTHIA LOU Beaufort

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DUDLEY, MARY LONG Eaglehard

DUKE, ROBERT MARVIN, JR. Richmond, Va.

DUNCAN, ROY CHARLES, JR. Raleigh

DUPREE, LINDA ALLEN Franklin, Va.

EANES, CLIFTON WAYNE Gretna, Va.

EARLY, EFFIE CAREW Roxobel

EASON, ROBERTA ANNE Belcross

EDWARDS, AGNES LOUISE Rocky Mount

EDWARDS, CHARLOTTE ELAINE Raleigh

EDWARDS, SYLVIA LESLIE Ayden

EDWARDS, TRACY CAMILLE Beulaville

EFIRD, JEAN ALICE Albemarle

EFLAND, MARILYN WILSON Effland

EIDUKE, VINCENT F. Washington, Pa.

ELLIOTT, JUDITY ROSE Coats

ELMAN, WILLIAM LEE Chester, Pa.

ENGLAND, CAROLYN R. Rural Hill

ENGLISH, CAROLYN D. Newport News, Va.

ESTRIN, ROSALIE BRENDA Richmond, Va.

EVANS, LINDA FAYE Fayetteville

EVERETT, PRISCILLA Roper

EVERETT, SHIRLEY ANNE Farmville

EVERSON, MARSHEL E. Washington

FANN, DONNIE RUTH Chocowinity

FARMER, JAMES OSCAR Rocky Mount

FARNELL, EDWARD WALTON, JR. Jacksonville

FARRIS, PAT ROSE Rocky Mount

FARROW, CAROL ANN Greenville

FAW, JEAN PAIGH Norfolk, Va.

FEARING, ALAN B. Durham

FERRELL, EVELYN ELIZABETH New Bern

FERRELL, SANDRA JEANETTE Richmond, Va.

FIELDS, BILLY GORDON Greenville

FIELDS, WILLIAM GEORGE Rocky Mount

FISCHER, CATHERINE R. Alexandria, Va.

FISHER, DOROTHY LEE Mebane

FISHER, JAY FRANCES Wilmington

FLOWERS, BRENDA RUTH Wilson

FLOWERS, CLOYD DEAL, JR. Richmond, Va.

FLOWERS, JANET ELAINE Wilson

FORBES, CAROLE Coinjock

FORNES, RAYMOND E. Greenville

John MacDiarmid works diligently

over his sports section for the Buccaneer.

Students always enjoy the juicy mouthfuls of watermelons.

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FORSYTH, JAMES WILLIAM, JR. Greensboro

ESTER, JIMMIE FRANKLIN Clinton

ESTER, LORETTA NELL Long Island, N.Y.

FOWLER, BECKY ANN High Point

FOYLES, FREDERICA GAYLE Atkinson

FRANKLIN, ANNETTE LEE Fairmount

FRANKLIN, CAROLYN MARIE Fayetteville

FRANKLIN, JOEL HERBERT Lynchburg, Va.

FRENCH, WANDA LEE Kinston

FULLER, JOHN M. Chocowinity

FULLER, JOSEPH F. Rocky Mount

FURR, WILLIAM PRICE Satesville

FUSSELL, ANN CARR Wallace

FUTRELL, CAMILLA J. Rich Square

FUTRELL, ELIZABETH F. Rich Square

GADDY, WILLIAM PAUL Fairmont

GAINEY, GRANVILLE F. Dunn

GALLOWAY, PATRICIA FAYE Aurora

GARDNER, JUDITH F. Willow Springs

GARNER, LANA FAYE Newport

GARNER, V. J., JR. Morehead, City

GARRETT, FAYE CAROL Martinsville, Va.

GARRETT, PEGGY D. Albemarle

GARRIS, JOYCE AILENE Ayden

Sophomores

GARRISON, BRENDA JOYCE Burlington

GARRISS, EVON CHARITY Watha

GARRISS, KENNETH AUSTIN Clinton

GASKINS, BETTE JO Grifton

GASKINS, MARY SUE Vanceboro

GATES, JOHNNIE CLYDE Durham

GATEWOOD, BRENDA CAROLYN Greensboro

GAY, VERONICA ANNE Zebulon

GEROW, DAVID HERBERT Burlington

GIBBS, MARIE ANTOINETTE Raleigh

GILES, ELAINE CAROL Jacksonville

GILL, SHURLEY LOUISE Clinton

GILLAM, LINDA LEE Harrellsville

GLASER, CHARLES ROBERT Huntsville, Ala.

GODWIN, BRENDA LEE Sanford

GOLLOBIN, RONALD W. Elizabeth City

GOODWIN, WILLIAM EARNEST Raleigh

GORHAM, MARY LYNN Battleboro

GOSNELL, GLENDA CAROL New Bern

GOULD, BETTYE FRANCES Newport

GRADY, FRANCES GAIL Mount Olive

GRANTHAM, CLAUDE SPENCE Stantonsburg

GRAVES, E. CHARLTON, III McLean, Va.

GREENE, MARGARET ELLA Greenville

GRIFFIN, LINDA SUE Selma

GRIFFIN, PATRICIA ELLIOTT Williamston

GRIFFITH, DAISY REBECCA Ayden

GRIFFITH, MALCOLM PITTMAN Greenville

GRIMES, LORETTA Faison

GROET, JEANNETTE FRANCES Grifton

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GROSE, TONY B. Franklinville

GROTGEN, MARY FRANCES Wilmington

GURGANUS, PATRICIA FOLEY Greenville

GUTHRIE, KERMIT L., JR. Jacksonville

GUY, DAN MILLER Fayetteville

GWALTNEY, MILDRED VIENNA New Bern

GWINE, JOHN YARDAMAN, JR. Greenville

HACKNEY, BONNIE ELIZABETH Asheville

HADDOCK, VIRGINIA CAROL Trenton

HAIR, SANDRA FAYE Newport

HALL, DOROTHY ANN Greenville

HALL, LINDA EWELL Pittsburg, Pa.

HANCOCK, JOYCE ELAINE Scotland Neck

HANES, DONALD LOUIS High Point

HANES, SHIRLEY JO Lexington

HANEY, WILLIAM ARTHUR, JR. Rural Hall

HARDEE, JOSEPH RAY Maysville

HARDEE, ROBERT MORRIS Greenville

HARBISON, DONNA MARLENE Jamesville

HARDISON, SMITH PAUL Arapahoe

HARPER, CHARLES MICHAEL Greensboro

HARPER, HONTAS Kinston

HARRELL, MOLLY LOUISE Colerain

HARRINGTON, RICY THOMAS Greenville

HARRINGTON, WILLIAM ANSON Ayden

HARRIS, ANDREA JANE Ayden

HARRIS, CAROLYN ANN Greenville

HARRIS, MARY CATHERINE Oriental

HARRIS, MYRON GRAY Marshallberg

HARRISON, ALBERT KOONCE Ahoskie

Sophomores

HARSCH, HENRY Asheboro

HARVELL, MARGARET MARILYN Wallace

HATHAWAY, MYRA DUNN Greenville

HAWKINS, LINDA RAINEY Mebane

HAWKINS, MATILDA GAIL Washington

HEATH, LINDA KAYE Havelock

HEAVNER, CAROLYN BEAM Vall

HEDGECOCK, ROGER DALE High Point

HEDGEPETH, JUDITH CAROLE rocky Mount

HEDRICK, RITA LOU Thomasville

HENDERN, PHYLLIS LEE Tyner

HENRETTA, ARTHUR ALLEN Williamsburg, Va.

HENRY, GIRTON EDWARD Camp Lejeune

HERRING, MILLIE JO Clinton

HERRING, RICHARD HARRELL Sulfolk, Va.

HIGH, BERTHA KATHRYN Wendell

HILL, DONNA JEAN Lynchburg

HILL, LINDA REBECCA Charlotte

HINES, RONNIE LAFOY Garner

HODGE, PAMELA RUTH Charlotte

HODGES, JOHN R. Greenville

HOLLAND, MARY ELIZABETH Smithfield

HOLLAND, PATRICIA ANN Warsaw

HOLLEMAN, CHARLES BRYCE Raleigh

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HOLLIFIELD, MARY EVANNA Lenoir

HOLLOMAN, HELEN ANN Evergreen

HOLMES, SIDNEY FULLER, JR. Zebulon

HOLT, CORNELLA GARRIS Troy

HOLT, MICHAEL LEWIS Almance

HOOKS, MINNIE DELORES Selma

HOOPER, BRENDA GAIL Yanceyville

HOOPER, WILLIAM FREDERICK Beaufort

HORTON, MARY ANNE Durham

HORTON, ROBERT VERNON Fayetteville

HOWELL, CARLTON DAYNE Halifax

HOWELL, JAMES STUART Wilimington

HOWELL, JUDITH LYNNE High Point

HOWELL, RITA DAWN Gates

HOWELL, WILLIAM ELVIN Garysburg

HOWERIN, WILLIAM LEE Scotlan Neck

HUDSEN, CATHERINE ELIZABETH Benson

HUDSON, MARCIA LYNN Salisbury

HUDSON, MARY LOUIS Greenville

HUFFMAN, CHARLOTTE ELAINE Raleigh

HUFFMAN, PATRICIA HARGETT Trenton

HUGHES, BUZZ Marion, Va.

HUGHES, CARLTON PRICE Thomasville

HUMPHREY, VIRGINIA LEE New Bern

HUNNING, LYNDA RHUE Greenville

HURDLE, JUDITH RAE Elizabeth City

HUTZLER, ALVIN BRYANT, II Richmond, Va.

HYSLER, EDWIN SCOTT Charlotte

IJAMES, HELEN PATRICIA Charlotte

IRVIN, JUDITH ANNE Seaboard

IRVIN, LINDA RITCH Wilson

IVEY, IRIS ELIZABETH New Bern

JACKSON, BONNIE RUTH Raleigh

JACKSON, CHARLES THOMAS Washington

JACKSON, EARL C., JR. Elizabeth City

JACKSON, JAMES PAULETTE Goldsboro

JACKSON, JOHN CLAYTON Beulaville

JACKSON, MARGARET CAROLYN Ahoskie

JACKSON, PEGGY RUTH Washington

JACKSON, RICHARD DONALD Hickory

JACKSON, THELMA JOYCE Robersonville

JACKSON, WILLIAM ALLAN Ayden

Pretty Sandra Killian was among the

Summer School students who partook

of the tasty watermelons.

"We might laugh and joke,

but we don't play."

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JACOBS, BRENDA ALDEN Elizabeth City

JENKINS, JOSEPH LINWOOD Greenville

JERNIGAN, JERREL Kinston

JERNIGAN, RAYMOND ALEXANDRIA Selma

JOHNSON, BARBARA JEAN St. Pauls

JOHNSON, BARBARA SUSAN Fayetteville

JOHNSON, CAROLE LOUISE Roxboro

JOHNSON, CHARLES Goldsboro

JOHNSON, DAVID ALBERT Wilmington

JOHNSON, ELOISE ANNETTE Coats

JOHNSON, GAIL REGINA New Bern

JOHNSON, JOSEPH TALTON Graham

JOHNSON, JUDITH CAROL Kinston

JOHNSTON, SHIRLEY ANN Greenville

JONES, BILLY FRANKLIN Albertson

JONES, BRENDA McCotter Washington

JONES, GLENDA JEAN Mount Olive

JONES, JO FRANCES Butner

JONES, JOHN ALBERT, JR. Durham

JONES, JOHN TUCKER New Bern

JONES, JOHNNY GARNER Raleigh

JONES, LENWARD MAC Benson

JONES, MARJORIE JANE Littleton

JONES, RICHARD ALLAN Corapeake

JONES, WALTER LOUIS Greenville

JORDAN, L. DALE Elkin

JORDAN, PHILIP T., JR. Lake Mogegan, N.Y.

JOSEPHS, ERNEST HAYES, JR. Charlotte

JOYNER, CAROL ANN Rocky Mount

JOYNER, CAROLYN ELAINE Ayden

SOPHOMORES

JOYNER, CLAUDETTE YVONNE Rocky Mount

JOYNER, JOHN K. Kinston

JOYNER, PATSY CAROL Fayetteville

KAHOK, FATHALLAH J. Jerusalem, Jordan

KEEL, DONNA LORRAINE Bethel

KEEL, HAZEL TYNDALL Elm City

KILLIAN, LINDA ELIZABETH Salisbury

KIMSEY, JAMES ROBERT Murphy

KING, BETTY CAROL Wilson

KING, NORA JANE Bear Creek

KIRKLAND, JOSEPH B., JR. Petersburg, Va.

KISER, KAAREN L. Charlotte

KITTLE, MADELINE JEAN Falls Church, Va.

KUMM, SOPHIE LOUISE Huntersville

LAMBERT, JUDY DORAH Apex

LAMM, BARBARA SUE Bailey

LAMM, DONNA SUSAN Bailey

LAND, HENRY HAMPTON Winton-Salem

LAND, HOWARD D., JR. Fayetteville

LANDIN, CAROLYN ANNE Elm City

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Janet McKenzi laughs at one of the "off"

moments of the yearbook photographer.

Nine o'clock is the typical rush hour

at the College Post Office.

LANE, LLOYD GEORGE Charlotte

LANGDON, NANCY ROSE Smithfield

LANGSTON, ELMER DOUGLAS Lucama

LANGSTON, FREDRICK MORRIS Fayetteville

LANIER, MARGARET AGNES Beulaville

LANNING, KERMIT PAUL Lexington

LARSON, LOUIS MICHAEL Rutledge, Pa.

LASSITER, CAROLE ANN Ayden

LASSITER, CAROLYN FAYE Colerain

LASSITER, LINDA LEE Four Oaks

LASSITER, PAUL FRANKLIN, JR. Colerain

LATTA, MARY ANNE Burlington

LAWRENCE, KERMIT WILSON, JR. Mount Airy

LAWS, JANET FAYE Goldsboro

LAWSON, EDWARD THOMAS Stuart, Va.

LAWSON, LAURA JANE Roanoke Rapids

LAZUR, JOHN JOSEPH Tamaqua, Pa.

LEARY, EVA LOU Shiloh

LEE, LOU CAROLYN Four Oaks

LEFTWICH, JAMES WARREN, JR. Vinton, Va.

LEGGETT, MARTH ELIZABETH Hobgood

LEMONS, HYACINTH VIRGINIA Mebane

LEO, ALFRED FRANK Hewlett, N.Y.

LEWIS, ARTHUR GEORGE, JR. Leaksville

LEWIS, GORMAN A. New Bern

LEWIS, LYLE BURWELL Havelock

LEWIS, MARY RUTH Winnabow

LEWIS, MICHAEL LEONARD Morehead City

LEWIS, SETH GRANKLIN Bladenboro

LILIES, JUDY MEREDITH Cary

LIMER, LARRY Warrenton

LINKER, JUDY SHARON Charlotte

LITTLE, SUE AYRES Ranoke Rapids

LIVINGTON, ELSA RUTH White Oak

LIVINGTON, ROBERT D. Newport News, Va.

LOFLIN, BRENDA ANN Trinity

LOMAX, PHIL MYERS Star

LONG, KATHRYN WOOD Elizabeth City

LONG, JEROME MYRON Stratford, N.J.

LUMPKIN, ROBERT THOMAS Oxford

LUTZ, ROBERT FRANKLIN Shelby

LYBRAND, WILLIAM MARTIN Marietta, S.C.

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LYTTON, CLYDE WADE Lumberton

McBRAYER. ELIZABETH SUE Raleigh

McCALL, PARTICIA ANN Lenoir

McCANLESS, BRENDA JOSEPHINE Salisbury

McCASKILL, CLARENCE HARLAN, JR. Candor

McCLENEY, FRANCES ANN Chadbourn

McCLENNY, JOHN WILLIAM Goldsboro

McCOIN, SAMUEL LAWRENCE Elkin

McCOMBS, DORIS ANNE New Bern

McCOY, JAMES EDWARD Nofolk, Va.

McCRACKEN, TEMPERANCE ANN Oak City

McCULLEN, BILLIE SUSAN Faison

McDONALD, GERALDINE ANNE Charlotte

McDUFFIE, NEILL PATTERSON, JR. Columbia

McGEE, ANNE ERNESTINE Kernersville

McGEE, JERRY EDWARD Rockingham

McGOWAN, MARTHA CAROLE Greenville

McINTYRE, SHELBY JANE Ivanhoe

McKENYA, JAMES FREDERICK, JR. Greensboro

McKEE, WILBUR BENNETT, JR. Greensboro

McKINSEY, SANDRA JUNE Silver Springs, Md.

McKENZIE, ELIZABETH JANET Southern Pines

McLAWHORNS, DAVID W. Ayden

McLEAN, JAMES HAMPTON Maxton

SOPHOMORES

McLEMORE, DAVID A. Garland

McMANUS, SHEILA DIANE Albermarle

McNAIR, LARRY B. Raleigh

MABRY, ROBERT CULPEPPER Albermarle

MADDOX, BARBARA SUE Sanford

MADRIN, MARILYN JONES Elizabeth City

MAIER, HAROLD JAMES Belmont

MALLON, JOHN F. Scotch Plains, N. J.

MALONE, ROBERT SHERWOOD Springfield, Va.

MANN, JAMES L. Sanford

MANN, JANET LEE Alexandria, Va.

MANN, TERESA LYNN New Bern

MANUEL, HESSE WALTER Draper

MARLOWE, WILLIE GREY Whiteville

MARR, SHEILA CAROL Garner

MARTIN, CHARLIE MAURICE Cerro Gordo

MARTIN, JAMES T., JR. Haw River

MARTIN, JOSEPH MELLOW Charlotte

MARTIN, MARGARET GAIL Kinston

MARTIN, ROBERT LEE, JR. Wilson

MASSESNGILL, EDNA LOU Four Oaks

MASSEY, DAVID EDWARD Ahoskie

MAULTSBY, MARGARE ELLEN Jacksonville

MAYO, AMMA LOUISE Kinston

MAYO, CLAYTON BROWN Falkland

MAYO, DALTON WAYNE Chocowinity

MAYO, FRANCES EDWARDS Fountain

MEARES, KAY FRANCES Fair Bluff

MEASAMER, WESLEY FLOYD, JR. Sanford

MEE, THOMAS CHARLES Raleigh

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MERCER, SANDRA CORA Lucama

MERRITT, VIRGINIA MARIE Raleigh

MEWBORN, ROBERT DOUGLAS Snow Hill

MICHAEL, GREGORY G. Silver Spring, Md.

MILAZZO, SAMMIE JEAN Broadway

MILES, RICHARD ALFRED Chester, Pa.

MILLS, HIGH WILBER Greenville

MILLS, RITA Maysville

MITCHELL, EDDIE CRAWFORD Greenville

MITCHELL, GERALD BRANTHAM Princeton

MITCHELL, JOHN P. Charlottesville, Va.

MIZE, KENNETH EDWARD Kinston

MOBLEY, SANDRA FAYE Williamston

MODLIN, ETTIE KAYE Jamesville

MODLIN, FLORENCE ELIZABETH Williamston

MODLIN, LOLA GRAY Jamesville

MODLIN, WILLIAM WOOLARD Washington

MOHN, KAY FRANCES Richlands

MONROE, GARY B. Goldsboro

MONTICONE, WILLIAM G. Washington, D.C.

MOORE, DAVIS LEE, JR. Greenville

MOORE, ELSIE MARION Kinston

MOORE, EUGENE WINSTON Sunter, S.C.

MOORE, MURPHY HOGAN Clinton

MOORE, PATRICIA ANN Spencer

MOORE, PHYLLIS JEAN Greenville

MOORE, ROBERT D., JR. Gastonia

MOORING, RUEBELLE SMITH Maury

MORGAN, EMORY HALL Bergenfield, N.J.

MORRIS, EMMA FAY Crewsell

MORRIS, FRNACES ANN Asheboro

MORRIS, MARY KAY Creswell

MOSELEY, JIMMY DOUGLAS Rocky Mount

MOSS, MARIANNE Gastonia

MOSTELLER, JAMES NELSON Morganton

MOYE, SIDNEY MACON Greenville

MUCKENFUSS, MARY ELLA High Point

MUDGE, NANCY ELISABETH Fuquay Springs

MULL, NANCY AMANDA Moranton

MULLEN, REGINALD EUGENE Norfolk, Va.

MULVEY, DOROTHY PLATT Washington, D.C.

MUMFORD, PATRICK WAYNE New Bern

Local fans seem to be more interested in

the actions in the stands than the

action on the gridiron.

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MURPHREY, BETTY LOU Farmville

MURPHY, CARTER LEWIS Petersburg, va.

MURPHY, JUDITH GALE Youngsville

MURRAY, BRENDA REBECCA Newport

NEAL, ROBERT ELTON Smiths Grove, Ky.

NEEDHAM, LILLIAN CAROL Pilot Mountain

NEWHOUSE, BARBARA N. Florham Park, N.J.

NEWSOME, LESLIE RONALD Whiteville

NEWTON, IRIS Bayboro

NEWTON, SAMUEL CARROLL Burlington

NICHOLS, HAROLD R. Greenville

NICHOLSON, JAMES DAVID Lumberton

NITTOLI, RONALD Elizabeth, N. J.

NIXON, ROGER M. Winfall

NONN, MICHAEL ANTHONY Kinston

NORFLEET, SARAH BROWN Suffolk, Va.

NORMAN, THOMAS WILEY Roper

NORMAN, WILLIAM GILBERT, JR. Greenville

NORRIS, LINDA SUE Benson

NORTHINGTON, ROBERT RUDOLPH New Bern

NUTTER, LORNA LEE Arlington, Va.

OATES, BETTY SHARON Faison

O'BERRY, BARBARA JO Ahoskie

O'BERRY, BRENDA BROWN Charlotte

O'BRIEN, MARY ANN Oxford

O'CAIN, GEORGE LOU Hendersonville

OLIVE, ELIZA GRAHAM Winterville

OLIVER, BETTY JEAN Jacksonville

OLIVER, LINDA EARLINE Creswell

OLSON, ALAN WILLIAM Washington, D.C.

OSBORNE, CAROLYN FAYE Pinetown

OSBORNE, EVELYN MARIE Raligh

OWEN, WILLIAM FREDERICK Angier

OWEN, OWEN CHARLES Fayetteville

PACE, PAULETTE I. Durham

PACHIMSAWAT, PRAJIT Bangkok, Thailand

PADGETT, JAMES AARON Maple Hill

PAGE, JUDY REID Greenville

PARIS, BRYANT DUKE, JR. Haw River

PARKER, ANNE STUART Charlotte

PARKER, MARIAN IRENE Gates

PARKER, MARY LOU Washington

Art students survey the finished

product from one fo their classes.

During any quarter break, students,

such as Joe Brannon, may wander

as far as Times Square.

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PARKS, CAROLYN LOUISE Henderson

PARRISH, BEN WOOD Louisburg

PARRISH, BILLIE WOOD Louisburg

PARRISH, CHARLES E. Smithfield

PARRISH, JAMES THOMAS Benson

PARSONS, KENNETH L. Clinton

PASCAL, STEPHANIE ERNA Raleigh

PATE, JUDITH BROWN Williamston

PATRICK, EVELYN DIANE Shawboro

PATTERSON, JOHN AVERY Wytheville, Va.

PATTERSON, MARTHA ANN Charlotte

PATTERSON, CARLYLE BROOKS Thomasville

PAUL, IRA BRYAN Washington

PAUL, PATRICIA E. Silver Spring, Md.

PAYLOR, HARRIET LEE Ayden

PAYNE, JUDY MAGUERITTE Fuquay Springs

PEATROSS, PATSY RENAY High Point

PEEDIN, BONNIE GERALDINE Pine Level

PEEDIN, REBECCA GAIL Smithfield

PEELE, MARY EMMA Williamston

PEELE, NANCY ELEANOR Lewiston

PEELE, PATRICIA FAYE Williamston

PERDUE, JAMES MAURICE Louisburg

PERRY, PATRICIA DAWNE Zebulon

SOPHOMORE

PERRY, PEGGY FISCHER Lynchburg, Va.

PETERSON, SARAH GOLDEN Raleigh

PHELPS, TOMMIE LAWRENCE Williamston

PHILLIPS, JACK B. Gastonia

PIERCE, CONSTANCE MAE Fayetteville

PICKARD, LINDA KAY Graham

PINER, LENA ELIZABETH New Bern

PIPPIN, CAROLYN REE Zebulon

PITTMAN, BARBARA ANN Wilson

POND, THOMAS EUGENE Ansonville

POOLE, DORIS LOUISE Greensboro

POOLE, ERIC LYNN High Point

POOLE, JAMES LEWIS Durham

POOLE, LINDA DELORES Durham

POPE, FAYE ILENE Sanford

POPE, MARY JANE Greensboro

PORTER, DIANNE MITCHELL Salenburg

POSTON, WILBUR F. Norfolk, Va.

POWELL, ANGELIA DIANA Claredon

POWELL, BARBAR ANNE Rocky Mount

POLLARD, JOHN WESLEY Vanceboro

POPE, WILLIAM TROY Lucama

POWELL, MARY KATHERINE Raleigh

POWELL, THOMAS LOWELL Ahoskie

PRESCOTT, JERRY JUNE Camp Lejeune

PRICE, ANNA KAY Monroe

PRICE, DOROTHY LAVERNE Goldsboro

PRICE, PEGGY JEAN Mount Olive

PRITCHARD, THURMAN G. Margarettsville

PRYCE, SILAS HENRY Rockingham

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PURYEAR, FRANKLIN G. Greenville

PUTNAM, CLYDE ERNEST Tarboro

RADFORD, LYNDA FAYE Goldsboro

RALEY, CAROLYN Hockory

RAINES, JOHN NORWOOD Goldsboro

RAYNOR, WILLIAM M. Lakeland, Fla.

REARDON, SUE ELLEN Erwin

REASON, EDITH NELSON Stokes

REAVES, MACON G., JR. Warrenton

REBER, THOMAS E. Nazareth, Penn.

REEVES, BETTY JANE Hallsboro

REGES, ROGER DIXON Red Oak

RESPESS, CALVIN EARL Pantego

RESSEQUIE, GEORGE IRVING Sanford

REYNOLDS, CHESTER L., JR. Portsmouth, Va.

RICH, EMILY JO Graham

RIDDICK, NANCY CAROLYN Hobbsville

RIDENHOUR, LINDA ROSE Salisbury

RIDEOUT, PEGGY LEE Mebane

RIGSBEE, DOROTHY D. Kinston

RITCHIE, JUDITH MAE Richmond, Va.

RITTER, ALAN WILLIAM Ahoskie

ROBBINS, EVERETTE ACE Goldsboro

ROBERSON, RICHARD J. Robersonville

ROBERTS, IRWIN C, JR. Jacksonville

ROBERTS, WILLIAM B. Farmville

ROBERTSON, FRANCIS L. Swannwnoa

ROBERTSON, JAMES MARION Charlotte

ROBINSON, JAMES P. Warwick, R.I.

ROBINSON, MILTON K. Valdese

SOPHOMORE

ROCK, HELEN V. South Norfolk, Va.

ROCK, STUARD A. Richmond, Va.

ROGERS, CRAIG ALAN Alexandria, Va.

ROGERS, MARY FRANCES Williamston

ROGERS, PEGGY JANE Roxboro

ROGERSON, BARBARA FAYE Robesonville

ROPER, LINWOOD W., JR. Raleigh

ROSE, CHARLES A. Souther Pines

ROSE, JOSEPH F. Roanoke Rapids

ROSE, OLLIE JAMES Belhaven

ROSEMAN, PHYLLIS ANN Salisbury

ROUSE, BETTY GRAY Magnolia

ROUSE, GWEN ELLEN Wallace

ROUSE, SUE NEIL La Grange

ROUSE, TONY Newport News, Va.

ROUSE, WILLARD ANN Seven Springs

RUBRIGHT, CALVIN J. Jacksonville

RUNQUIST, JEANNETTE Greenville

RYDER, SELENA J. Norfolk, Va.

SAMS, MICHAEL GRAHAM Greensboro

SAUNDERS, WILLIAM J. Elizabeth City

SAUVAGEAU, DELIA ANNE Greensboro

SAWYER, EVELYN C. Fayetteville

SAWYER, BEVERLY H., JR. Georgetown, S.C.

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SAWYER, DOUGLAS M. Elizabeth City

SAWYER, KATHRYN SUE High Point

SAWYER, MARY ETTA Chocowinity

SCHAEFER, VALERIE J. Alezandria, Va.

SCRUGGS, MAX DALE Valdese

SCOTT, BARBARA ANN Morganton

SCOTT, CAROLYN LEE Elizabeth City

SCOTT, PATRICIA ANN Durham

SCOTT, REBECCA ANN New Bern

SCOTT, THOMAS J. Cape Charles, Va.

SEARS, ALBIN B. Seranton

SENKIER, MICAHEL P. Hyde Park, N.Y.

SEPARK, WILLIS A. Durham

SEWALK, CHESTER R. Johnstown, Pa.

SANAHAN, JAMES W. Norwalk, Conn.

SHARPE, FREDERICK S., JR. Hillsboro

SHAVER, TERESA L. Rockingham

SHAW, JERRY E. Fayetteville

SHAW, ROBERT A. Rocky Mount

SHEARIN, NORMAN W., JR. Ranoke Rapids

SHELTON, ROBERT F., JR. Leaskville

SHERMAN, STARR S. High Point

SHIPP, JACQUELINE J. Clinton

SHIRLEY, MARIE J. High Point

SHORT, MARTHA ELIZABETH Greensboro

SHURIG, JERRY LEE Charlotte

SIEGEL, STUART C. Richmond, Va.

SIKES, CAROLYN ANN Rose Hill

SIKES, PAUL L. II Greensboro

SIKES, JUDITH B. Polkton

SIMMONS, PAMELA H. Hampstead

SINEATH, BRANNA JEAN Burlington

SINGLETARY, BARBARA J. Wilmington

SKINNER, MARY LIPSCOMB Williamston

SLAUGHTER, LINDA PATRICIA Blanch

SLOAN, JOE DAN Sanford

SMALL, STEPHEN A. Alexandria, Va.

SMITH, EDWIN KEITH Kernersville

SMITH, HARRY ELDON Kelly

SMITH, JAMES B., JR. Grimesland

SMITH, JEAN CAROL Dunn

SMITH, JUANITA L. White Oak

Efforts of much work is shown

as the photographer invaded the

ceramics workshop.

Tom Mackey and his date seem to have

enjoyed the contents of those glasses.

Wonder why?

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SMITH, JUDITH ANNE Princeton

SMITH, LARRY BOYD Morganton

SMITH, MICHAEL ELLIOT Pawtucket, R. I.

SMITH, SANDRA FAYE Goldsboro

SMITH, sHERMAN HENRY Elon College

SMITH, WANDA ELAINE Greenville

SNEAD, LAWRENCE C. Yanceyville

SOBER, HARRY MORRIS Fort Bragg

SOMMA, JAMES ANTHONY Richmond, VA.

SOUFAS, JAMES LYNN New Bern

SOWERS, JOY SUE Durham

SPANN, BARBARA GENE Charlotte

SPANN, CARL THOMAS Trenton

SPEAR, DOUGLAS KINCAID Winston-Salem

SPELLER, J. THOMAS Robersonville

SPENCE, GARY BINGHAM Asheville

SPIEGEL, CHARLES Norfolk, Va.

STALLING, LINDA KAY Norlina

STALLS, LAURA SANDRA Washington

STAMNEY, JAMES DENNIS, JR. Greensboro

STANCILL, BURKE HENRY, JR. Greenville

STANCIL, ROBERT FRANKLIN Smithfield

STANLEY, SANDRA JOANN Whiteville

STARLING, SANDRA LUJEANIE Selma

STARR, MICHAEL ALLAN Richmond, Va.

STECKEL, WILLIAM HENRY Nazareth, Pa.

STEED, KATHERINE JO Denton

STEGALL, ROBERT E., JR. Alex, Va.

STEPHENS, BERK MOORE Danville, Va.

STEPHENS, GLENDA ANN Mount Olive

STEPHENSON, CHARLES R. Willow Springs

STEPHENSON, EDWARD GRADY Fayetteville

STEVENS, MARGARET LOUISE Matthews

STEWART, BILLI KATHRYN Statesville

STEWART, DAVID MAURICE Gastonia

STEWART, GWENDOLYN ANN Broadway

STEWART, JACQUELINE A. Franklin, Va.

STEWART, STEVEN R. Lancaster,S. C.

STILLMAN, LYNN BRADFORD Windsor

STOCKES, PEGGY LOUELLA Havelock

STOKES, IDA LINDSEY New Bern

STOKES, JAMES HARVEY Greenville

Brothers of the Kappa Alpha Order

enjoyed the works sponsors at

the Fine Arts Festival.

Coeds often stop each other

on campus for that extra cigarette.

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STONE, JOHN WALTER,III Goldsboro

STONESTREET, JOHN MARSHALL Albemarle

STOUT, JOHN RAYMOND Kure Beach

STOVALL, ANNIE NORWOOD Oxford

STRASDIN, JOHN A. Schenectady, N. Y.

STRICKLAND, CAROL JEAN Goldsboro

STRICKLAND, ETHEL GAYLE Dunn

STRICKLAND, LAVETTA ANN Fayetteville

STUN, ROGER GAIL Hamlet

STURGES, DONNA LOU Henderson

SUGG, NANCY CHARLTON Norfolk, Va.

SULLIVAN, WILLIS BUNCH Maxton

SUMPTER, GUY PERCIVAL, III Havelock

SUTTON, BENJAMIN CARROLL Fayetteville

SUTTON, JOAN Faison

SUTTON, VIRGINIA FAYE Clinton

SYKES, SYLVIA SUE Mebane

TALAN, JOESPH Dumont, N. J.

TALLMANN, PEGGY FRANCES Jacksonville

TALTON, JAMES RALPH, JR. Wilson

TANKARD, MARY RITTENHOUSE Washington

TANT, JAMES RAYFORD Zebulon

TART, JUDY ANN Newton Grove

TART, PATRICIA CLAIRE Dunn

TATUM, ANN TERESE Falls Church, Va.

TAYLOR, CAROLYN BROOKS Colerain

TAYLOR, DEANNA FAYE Portsmouth, Va.

TAYLOR, EDGAR HAYWOOD Havelock

TAYLOR, JAMES CHARLES Lumberton

TAYLOR, MARY ELIZABETH Jackson

TAYLOR, MARY KATHRYN Corapeake

TAYLOR, MIRIAM FRANCES Como

TAYLOR, MYRTLE SUE Greenville

TAYLOR, NORA THOMAS Lawrenceville, Va.

TAYLOR, ROBERTA WARD Belhaven

TEDDER, NANCY Hallsboro

TEMPLETON, CLEMENT F. Pittsburgh, Pa.

TETTERTON, CATHY ANNETTE Plymouth

TEW, BARBARA FAYE Newton Grove

TEW, BOBBY GLENN Dunn

THOMPSON, BARBARA ANN Burlington

THOMPSON, DON McCLAIN Southern Pines

THOMPSON, JOHN BEN, JR. New Bern

THOMPSON, SHIRLEY FAYESmithfield

THORNE, EUGENE ALLEN, JR. New Bern

THORNTON, THOMAS ALBERT Fayetteville

THURMAN, PEGGI Rocky Mount

TICKEL, EFFIE ANNRoanoke Rapids

TILGHMAN, JAMES BURWELL Cove City

TINDER, JUDITH CECIL Richmond, Va.

TISDALE, NOEL H. Fair Lawn, N. J.

TODD, CAROLYN RAE Whiteville

TODD, PATSY LONG Ayden

TOLLEY, JERRY R. Edenton

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TOMLIN, CHARLES W. Chevy Chase, Md.

TRIPLETTE, JANICE F. Smithfield

TRIPP, JAMES WARREN Mebane

TROTTER, LINDA GALE Asheboro

TROUBLEFIELD, MARSHALL H. Faison

TROYLER, BETTY GRAY Elon College

TUCKER, JERRY VICTOR Albermarle

TURNER. BILLY RAY Merry Hill

TURNER, HENRY WARREN Plymouth

TURNER, PAULA T. Wilmington

TURNER, VERNON E. Sumter, S.C.

TWIFORD, SAMUEL A., JR. Elizabeth City

TYSON, JAMES E. Siler City

ULRICK, JAMES DAVID Alexandria, Va.

UZZELL, GLORIA G. Goldsboro

VAINRIGHT, ELIZABETH A. Greenville

VANNEY, WILLIAM F. South Boston, Va.

VAUGHAN, ROBERT THOMAS Henderson

VEACH, BARBARA A. Scotland Neck

VEREEN, VIRGINIA CAROL New Bern

VINSON, BETTY L. Swansboro

VOGEL, ROSALIE MARIE New Bern

VOGLER, REBECCA Z. High Point

VON ASPERN, ERIC Greensboro

SOPHOMORES

WADDILL,SANDRA C. Norfolk, Va.

WALKER, FLORA E. Townsville

WALKER, GARY GENE Acme

WALLACE, MELISIA GRAY Plymouth

WALLACE, WILLIAM H., JR. Washington

WARD, BOBBY JULIAN Hobbsville

WARD, BONNIE CAROLE Spencer

WARD, DIANE MARIE Greensboro

WARD, RUBY JANE Concord

WARREN, LINDA JOYCE Havelock

WASHKO, ROBERT J. Bethlehem, Pa.

WATSON, STEVE E. Albermarle

WATTS, RALPH ROLNAD, JR. Kennapolis

WEAVER, PATRICIA JANE Rocky Mount

WEBB, SARAH E. Norfolk, Va.

WEBSTER, CHARLES F. Graham

WEBSTER, CORA SUE Washington

WEEKS, JOHNNY A. Swansboro

WEISIGER, BRADFORD E., JR. Goldsboro

WELLONS, EDWIN B. Portsmouth, Va.

WELLS, BESSIE JANE Watha

WERSTLEIN, FRED JAMES High Point

WEST, MANLEY JACK Durham

WEST, ROSE MARIE Roseboro

WHALEY, DAVID GLENN Teachey

WHEELER, KENNETH BROWN Williamston

WHELESS, MARY ANN Zebulon

WHICHARD, JAMES LINWOOD, JR. Greenville

WHITAKER, GARLAND R. Newport

WHITAKER, GUY WARREN, JR. Washington

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WHITER. CAROLE E. Ahoskie

WHITE, JOHN ROBERT Kinston

WHITE, KAREN FAYE Statesville

WHITEHURST. GEORGE W. Washington

WHITFIELD, JUDITH ANN Durham

WHITEFIELD, WILLARD W.Kinston

WHITMYER, TED JOHN Hammonton, N.J.

WHITTEN, BRENDA REDDING Burlington

WILLEFORD, BERTA C. Concord

WILLIAMS, DOLORES ANN Princeton

WILLIAMS, ENNION S., JR. Richmond, Va.

PLLIAMS, FRANCES RUTH Charlotte

WILLIAMS, JAMES WORTH Beulaville

WILLIAMS, LAURA JEAN Fayetteville

WILLIAMS, LINDA CAROL Ayden

WILLIAMS, MARGARET D. Newton Grove

WILLIAMS, ROBERT M. Garner

WILLIAMS, RICHIE H. Muncie, Ind.

WILLIAMSON, ANNE MILLER Haw River

WILLIS, FRANCIS GORDON Harkers Island

WILLIS, REBECCA ANN Atlantic

WILLOUGHBY, JOSEPH D. Ayden

WILKINS, SANDRA F. Rocky Mount

WILSON, ALLAN B. Tarboro

WILSON, CHARLOTTE FAYE Wilmington

WILSON, EUGENE V. Pennsauben, N.J.

WINDHAM, NORMA T. Quantico, Va.

WINDLEY, RICHARD E. Newport News, Va.

WINSTEAD, GEORGE W. Elm City

WOBBLETON, JANET G. Williamston

WOHLNICK, CHARLIE T. Belleville, N.J.

WOLTERS, RICHARD R. Norfolk, Va.

WOOD, BRUCE BRENTON Clayton

WOOD, ELLEN GLENN Ranoke Rapids

WOOD, JAMES G. Sanford

WOODRUFF, JOHN B. Colonial Heights, Va.

WOOTEN, PHYLLIS E. Tarboro

WORTHINGTON, RICHARD O. Yorktown, Va.

WRIGHT, ANNE WYCHE Henderson

YARBOROUGH, JERRY R. High Point

YEOMANS, CLIFTON V. Smyrna

YOUNG, WALTER E., JR. Oxford

Mrs. Ellis distributes Bibles

to the Bachelor of Science

graduates the School of Business.

"At last, I have finally received

that long awaited diploma," this coed sighs.

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President-Tim Bagwell

Vice President-Keith Douglas

Secretary-Kathy Cauble

Treasurer-Tom Scott

FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS

Senators: Fran Gupton and Emmett Ward

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ADAMS, CAROLYN LOUISE Durham

ADAMS, DOUGLAS EUGENE Greenville

ALDERSON, JOSEPHINE C. Colonial Heights, Va.

ALEXANDER, MARY SHANNON Charlotte

ALKAZIN, DAVID MICHEL Scotland Neck

ALLEN, ALICE JEAN Farmville

ALLEN. BETTY SUE Carthage

ALLEN, BEVERLY JO Faquay Springs

ALLEN, NANCY LYNN Greenville

ALLEN, ROBERT DENNIS Rocky Mount

ALLEN, RUSSELL EUGENE Bladenboro

ALLIGOOD, GRETA JANE Washington

ALLISON, NANCY BELLE Raleigh

ALLSBROOK, WILBUR R., Scotland Neck

AMERSON, ISAAC W., JR. Rocky Mount

AMMILLER, CAROL ANN Dover, Ohio

AMOS, DEXTER EARL Gretna, Va.

ANGELO, JOSEPH Lynbrook, N.Y.

ANDERSON, CLINTON EARL Fayetteville

ANDERSON, LOIS DIANNE Durham

ANDERSON, RALPH EDWARD Alexandria, Va.

ANDREWS, FAY B. Louisville, Ky.

ANDREWS, LYNDA ELIZABETH Rocky Mount

ANDREWS, SANDRA GAYLE Greenville

ANGLIN, LINDA JOYCE Arlington, Va.

ANTHONY, JAMES T. Chestertown, Md.

APPLE, JAMES KENT Greensboro

ARMSTRONG, PATRICIA ANN Whitakers

ARROWOOD, AMBER DARAYE Marion

ARTHUR, THOMAS E. Hampton, Va.

FRESHMEN

ASKEW, CHARLES ARMON Jamesville

AULBERT, LINDA KAYE Mebane

AUSTIN, WILLIAM RICHARD Raleigh

AUTRY, BRENDA SUE Autryville

AUTRY, WILLIAM JEFFERY Durham

AVERY, DORINDA DIANE Erwin

AYERS, DORIS MURIEL Williamston

BACH, GARY FRANCIS Arlington, Va.

BADENHOP, PATSY ANN Greensboro

BAGWELL, TIMOTHY BRYANT Charlotte

BAILEY, REYNOLDS GRAY Tarboro

BAILEY, SYLVIA RUTH Elizabeth City

BAKER, BETTY JEAN Raleigh

BAKER, EMILY JEANNE Fairmont

BAKER, JAMES FRANKLIN Fayetteville

BAKER, LYNDA DAIL Wilson

BAKER, ROBERT HENRY, III Mooresville

BANKS, EUGENE GASTON Elizabeth City

BANKS, MARIE CATHEY Roper

BARBEE, ANN REGAN Jacksonville

BARBOSA, RANDOLPH Arlington, Va.

BARBOUR, CAROLYN POWELL Clayton

BAREFOOT, FAMES GROVER, JR. Raleigh

BAREFOOT, JANET RUSSELL Dunn

BARFIELD, PATRICK WILLIAM Fayetteville

BARKER, LYNWOOD WAYNE Walstonburg

BARNES, EDDIE DEAN Alex, Va.

BARNES, ELIZABETH CLAIRE Jackson

BARNES, MARY CAROLYNE Winterville

BARNES, MINNIE LU Wilson

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Freshmen

SGA President Tom and Governor

Terry Sanford engage in an informal

chat during the political leader's

visit to the campus.

BARRETT, RICHARD PERSHING Gastonia

BARNHILL, CAROLYN NAN Greenville

BARRETT, JOSEPH ROBERT Conway

BARROW, FAYE HARDY Kinston

BARROW, RALPH EDWIN. JR. Winston-Salem

BARROW, WILLIAM ARCHER Richmond, Va.

BARTON, CHERYL LEE New Bern

BASNIGHT, DELLA Manteo

BASS, CAROLE JEAN Fermont

BASS, EDGAR LEROY, JR. Tarboro

BASS, FRANCES LEE Durham

BASS, LENNA ROSE Dunn

BATEMAN, GLENDORA Belhaven

BAUCOM, HILDA KAY Monroe

BEARDEN, JANET REBECCA Salisbury

BEASLEY, PATSY RUTH Wilson

BEASLEY, WILEY BENJAMIN, JR. Baltimore, Md.

BEAVERS, JANE MARKHAM Durham

BEDDINGFIELD, JAMES ALAN Pinehurst

BELL, JOHN STANCIL, JR. Newport

BELL, LAWRENCE LEE Altavista, Va.

BELL, SANDRA KAY Farmville

BELLAMY, JOHN PHESINGTON Enfield

BENFIELD, WILLIAM JAMES Rocky Mount

BENSON, LYNWOOD EARL Deep Run

BERG, JUDITH ANNE Massapequa, N.Y.

BERNHARDT, JOHN CLARENCE Salisbury

BERRIER, JUDITH ANNE Winston-Salem

BERRY, SHARRON KAY Columbia

BETTS, ROBERT BATTLE Whitakers

BIESECKER, RONDA ALICE Lexington

BIGGS, BRUCE ARTHUR Pinetown

BIGGS, STEVEN LEE Fayetteville

BISHER, WILLIAM MORRIS Denton

BISHOP, GWENDOLYN LOUISE Mount Olive

BISSETTE, BRENDA FAYE Sims

BLACKLEY, CONNIE LOU Wake Forest

BLAKE, PAUL ROBERT Raleigh

BLANKENSHIP, JUDY ANN Falls Church, Va.

BLYTHE, CHESTER EARL Franklin, Va.

BLYTHE, MARLENE ELIZABETH Raleigh

BOATRIGHT, JUANITA LOUISE Marshville

BOBB, NANCY JEAN Arlington, Va.

BOBBITT, JACK PERSHING Tarboro

BOGATKO, JOHN ALEXANDER Swartswood, N.J.

BOOKER, THOMAS Bethesda, Md.

BOONE, MARTHA GENE Rocky Mount

BOSTIC, BRENDA ELIZABETH Pink Hill

BOSWELL, SARAH PHYLLIS Whiteville

BOVENDER, ROBERT PELL, JR. Winston-Salem

BOWERS, HAROLD STANLEY, JR. Greenville

BOWKER, CALVIN SAWYER, JR. Worcester, Mass.

BOWKER, CHARLES DWIGHT Spencer

BOYCE, JANICE ELLEN Ryland

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BOYD, BRONLY STEPHEN York, Pa.

BOYHAN, THOMAS PETER Lunbrook, N.Y.

BRADBURY, VICTORIA VERNA Morehead City

BRADLEY, MARGARET KAY Rocky Mount

BRADY, EUNICE ADELE Robbins

BRADY, JOHNNY THOMAS Cary

BRANDON, THOMAS CRAIG, JR. Cramerton

BRANNON, BOBBY GLENN Raleigh

BRAXTON, PATRICIA LEE Ayden

BREWER, BETTY JEAN Littleton

BREWER, WILLIAM JOEL Monroe

BRIDGEMAN, SHERION JEANETTE St. Pauls

BRIDGERS, BLANNIE PAULINE Milwankee

BRIDGEWATER, CORINNE GAIL Goldsboro

BRIM, TROY MACK, JR. Greensboro

BRINEGAR, MONROE Norfolk, Va.

BRINKLEY, LINDA FAYE Creedmore

BRINN, PHYLLIS SUE Bath

BRISLIN, KATHLEEN MARY Charlotte

BRITT, PATRICIA ANN Como

BROADFIELD, LOVICK PIERIE Rocky Mount

BROCK, CHARLES EDWARD, JR. Norfolk, Va.

BROCK, JAMES DeBOYCE Mt. Olive

BROCK, JAMES DOUGLAS New Bern

BROOKS, DONALD PARKER Wallace

BROWN, LELA MAXINE Wendell

BROWN, PATTIE ANDERSON Raleigh

BROWN, SYLVIA DARE Hickory

BROWN, THELMA ANN Clarkton

BRYAN, JUDITH ANN Rocky Mount

BRYANT, JANET SUE Spring Hope

BRYANT, LINDA LYNETTE Burlington

BRYANT, MARTHA ANNE Durham

BRYANT, ROSS FREEMAN Washington, D.C.

BUCKNER, RONALD HAROLD Greensboro

BUCK, SUSAN VANDYKE Portsmouth, Va.

BUCK, WILLIAM HOLLIS Richmond, Va.

BUCKLEY, GEORGE EDWIN Charlotte

BUNCH, MARILYN KAY Edenton

BUNN, LINDA DARE Pikeville

BUNN, RALPH HUSH, JR. Zebulon

BUNTING, JERRY DAVID Bethel

BURNETT, GEORGE MOORMAN Lynchburg, Va.

BURROUGHS, CHARLES BENTON, JR. Alexandria, Va.

BUSKIRK, PATRICIA GAIL Springfield, Va.

BYRD, MEREDITH LaJUNE Kinston

CADE, KEITH PARROTT Greenville

CALLOWAY, NANCY LEE Winston-Salem

CAMERON, BETSY CAROL Jacksonville, Fla.

CAMPBELL, JO ANN Cerro Gordo

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM JACK, III Sanford

CANNON, CLARENCE RAY Kinston

CANNON, JOHN MASON South Norfolk, Va.

CANNON, ROBERT ROUNTREE Ayden

CANUP, JOHNNY LEE Salisbury

CAPPS, BETSY LEE Selma

CARAWON, LEWIS STANCIL Vanceboro

CARLBERG, CARL ARTHUR, JR. Hampton, Va.

CARRAWAY, LEAFIE ANN Greenville

CARTER, ELAINE JOHNSON Garland

CARTER, LELIA MARGARET Jacksonville

CARTER, MICHELE RAE Elizabeth City

CARTER, NORMAN JEFFERSON, JR. Garland

CASH, TED LOUIS Durham

CASS, ROBERT CARROLL Charlotte

CASTELLOW, ROSE WHITE Windsor

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CAUBLE, MYRTLE KATHLEEN Hickory

CAVINESS, BETTY GAIL Asheboro

CAYTON, CARL DELRAY Aurora

CHADWICK, VERNON PAUL Silver Springs, Md.

CHALLIS, PATSY PAULA Washington

CHAMBLEE, DIANA Zebulon

CHAMPION, DONNA LORAINE Raleigh

CHANDLER, JOHN CARLTON, JR. Weldon

CHAPMAN, GANES C. Newport

CHAPMAN, PATRICIA Langley AFB, Va.

CHARLES, ELIZABETH Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y.

CHARUHAS, HELEN CORINNE Washington, D.C.

CHILDRESS, BOBBY LEE Stokesdale

CHRISTOPHER, LINA CLAIRE Greenville

CHURCHILL, ANN CAROLYN Greenville

CLAPP, MILTON, III Charlotte

CLARK, JOHN BRAXTON Graham

CLARK, LORRAINE D'ARVILLE Durham

CLINE, HAROLD WAYNE Concord

CLYMER, WILLIAM JOSEPH Ardmore, Pa.

COATES, JAMES E. Middlesex

COATS, ROSE MARIE Dunn

COCHRAN, RANDY CASTLE Albany, Ga.

COCHRAN, WILLIAM CHARLES Rocky Mount

COCKMAN, MARY JANICE Robbins

COKER, CAROLYN ELIZABETH New Bern

COLBY, PAUL SOUTHWORTH, JR. Raleigh

COLE, BRIAN DAVIS Hampton, Va.

COLE, WALTER ERVIN Wake Forest

COLEMAN, BARBARA A. Greenville

COLEMAN, JUDITH REBECCA Durham

COLLIER, JUDITH ANN Fayetteville

COLLIER, WILLIAM RICHARD Bayside, Va.

COLSTON, WILLIAM H., JR. Ranoke Rapids

COLTON, KATHLEEN HARRIS Jacksonville

COLTRAIN, MAMIE ESTELLE Jamesville

COLWELL, BRENDA KATE Wallace

COMBS, CAROL ANN Creswell

CONNORS, CHARLES E., JR. Pawtucket, R. I.

CONWAY, JUDITH LOUISE Kinston

COOK, WAYNE Keesley, Miss.

COOKE, CONNIE KAYE Zebulon

COOLEY, ALICE FAYE Randleman

COON, JOHN WILLIAM Kannopolis

COOPER, MARY LOUISE Clayton

COPPER, WILLIAM G. Raleigh

COPELAND, J. WINSTON Franklin, Va.

COPLEY, WILLIAM M., III Winter Park, Fla.

COPPLE, CARL BLACKWOOD Elkin

CORBETT, ARTHUR GLENN Macclesfield

CORBETT, DIANNE Snow Hill

COREY, DIANE Ahoskie

CORN, RITA LYNN Charlotte

COSTON, MARY ANGELA Roanoke Rapids

COTTEN, JO ANNE Fuquay Springs

COTTINGHAM, RICHARD LYNN Williamsburg, Va.

COURSEY, MARTHA Cherry Point

COVINGTON, JUDITH LITTLE Wadesboro

COWELL, REBECCA ANNE Jacksonville

COWIE, JOAN ELIZABETH Fentress, Va.

COX, BETSY AVA Walstonburg

COX, BRENDA CAROLE Greenville

COX, CHARLES NARRINGTON Jacksonville

COX, SAMUEL MEWBORN Jacksonville

CRAIG, JUSY LYNN Sanford

CRAIN, JEAN DURBIN Goldsboro

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CRANFORD, CHARLES RAY Thomasville

CRATCH, BILLIE JEAN Chocowinity

CRAWFORD, DIANE ELISE Westwood, N.J.

CRAWFORD, KAY ELLEN Arlington, Va.

CREECH, CHARLES WADDELL Zebulon

CREECH, JOSEPH GLENN Clayton

CORE, ANDREW THEODORE Moyock

CRENSHAW, LINDA ANN Durham

CREWS, MARGARET MELISSA Reidsville

CRISP, RICHARD L., Levittown, N.Y.

CROCKER, FRANCES ALENE Selma

CROOM, ANNE CAROL LaGrange

CROOM, EMILY LOPU Ayden

CROTTS, STEPHEN WILEY Winston-Salem

CROWDER, RICHARD WILLIAM Clarksville, Va.

CRUMP, JAMES WILEY Mount Holly

CRUMP, RONALD WAYNE Alexandria, Va.

CRUTCHFIELD, PHYLLIS GILL Efland

CUMMINGS, GEORGE WASHINGTON Atlantic Beach, Fla.

CURRIN, GUSSIE LEIGH Oxford

CURRIN, JOHN CLARY Durham

CURTIS. COLON DENNIS Greensboro

DAIL, GRACE OLIVIA LaGrange

DAIL, JAMES RONALD Edenton

DAIL, ROBBIE NILE Greenville

DALEY, JOAN MARIE Washington

DAMERON, JOSEPH R. Swansboro

DANCY, WILLIAM TAYLOR Winston-Salem

DANIELS, EDWARD LEE Goldsboro

DANIELS, HERMAN BLOUNT Bethel

DARR, PAMELA BOWEN Fairfax, Va.

DAUGHETY, GAYLORD KEITH Kinston

DAUGHTRY, CAROLYN JEAN Four Oaks

DAUGHTRY, RONNIE CLIFTON Faison

DAVENPORT, DANA LEE Columbia

DAVENPORT, MICHAEL SNELL Creswell

DAVES, BETTY LOUISE Durham

DAVID, PATRICIA LEWIS Middlesex

DAVIS, BARBARA JEAN Rocky Mount

DAVIS, DONALD CORBETT Seabound

DAVIS, FLORA PATRICIA Whiteville

DAVIS, JOSEPH EDGAR, JR. Raleigh

DAVIS, NANNIE ELIZA Grifton

DAVIS, SALLY ANN Goldsboro

DAVIS, SANDRA ANITA Marshallberg

DAVIS, SANDRA TAYLOR Elizabeth City

DEAL, TONY RAY China Grove

DEANS, NANCY SAUNDRA Sims

DEATON, SANDRA CAROL Goldsboro

DEBNAM, DANNY KEITH Zebulon

DELEMARRE, JOHN KENNETH Lynnbrook, N.Y.

DEL RUSSO, ALFRED MICHAEL Cedar Grove, N. J.

DENNING, FRED THOMAS Greenville

DENNIS, BERKEY LEE Greenville

President Jenkins congratulates

Miss Ruth White at the tea which

was given in her honor.

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DENNIS, JOYCE FAYE Ayden

DENNIS, LEILA GRACE Ayden

DESHONG, WILLIAM EARL, JR. Havelock

DEWEY, CHARLES ALEXANDER, III Charlotte

DICKENS, JAMES ROBERT Fuquay Varina

DICKERSON, LYMAN BARBER Norfolk, Va.

DILDAY, JOHNNY COHEN Ahoskie

DILLMAN, ELIZABETH ANN Rockingham

DIXON, MELDA FAYE Farmville

DOBSON, EDITH DESHIELD Fayetteville

DOMANSKI, GARY FRANCES Peapack, N.J.

DORSEY, MARY BARBARA Charlotte

DOUGLAS, KEITH JOHN Bowie, Md.

DOWD, ROBERT EDWARD Bear Creek

DOWDY, AUDREY VIRGINIA South Mills

DOZIER, WANDA LIDDELL Moyock

DRAPER, VIRGINIA RAE Rich Square

DREW, ALMA GRACE Magnolia

DRIVER, KENNETH WADE Tarboro

DRUM, ROGER DALE Conover

DRY, MELVIN NIXON, JR. Lexington

DRYSDALE, SCOTT ALLEN Scarsdale, N.Y.

DUBROW, LYNDA ELIZABETH Arlington, Va.

DUDLEY, GINGER LEE Gretna, Va.

DUNN, EVA ELAYNE Greenville

DUNN, STEVEN LOYD Greensbor

DURRER, LINDA CAROL Alexandria, Va.

EARP, MARY ANNE Raleigh

EDWARDS, HERMAN OSCAR, JR. Ahoskie

EDWARDS, LEONARD GARY, JR. Charlotte

FRESHMEN

Greek Week brought out all

types of charters including

hillbillies and poster girls.

EDWARDS, RICHARD DONALD Goldsboro

EDWARDS, SANDRA CATHRYN Goldsboro

ELDER, SARA JEANETTE High Point

ELIAS, GLORIA JEAN Weldon

ELLER, REBECCA LEE Granite Quarry

ELLINGTON, CHARLES WHYTE Rocky Mount

ELLIS, RONALD ALTON Mount Airy

ELMORE, LINDA FAYE Goldsboro

ENNIS, SARAH ELLEN Benson

ENNIS, WALTER MICHAEL Greensboro

EPPS, CAROLYN GWYNN Emporia, Va.

ERVIN, LUCY CAROL Richlands

EULISS, DANIEL BENNETT Graham

EVRE, DOROTHY STEPHANA Greensboro

EVANS, ALBERT L., III Goldsboro

EVANS, CAROLYN LOUISE Edenton

EVANS, LINDA ARLESE Greenville

EVANS, MARGARET JEAN Midlothian, Va.

EVANS, PATRICIA NELL Greenville

EVANS, SARA ELIZABETH Raleigh

EVERETT, WILLIAM CHARLES Ayden

EVERETT, ANNE STATON Fountain

EVERETT, MELBA JEAN Macclesfield

EVERHART, ROBERT GARVEY Lexington

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EVERSON, HELEN LAMARR Washington

EYER, LINDA ANNE Elizabeth City

FADEL, ALBERT JOSEPH Fayetteville

FAIRLESS, CHARLOTTE ELAINE Harrellsville

FAIRRINGTON, CASSANDRA JANE High Point

FALKIE, JANET MARIE Chester, Pa.

FARABOW, JEANNE EVERONDE Fuquay Springs

FARMER, CAROLYN MAE Mount Olive

FARMER, FRANK DANIELS, JR. Wilson

FAUKNER, CHARLEENE BRUCE Wadesboro

FEIMSTER, LARRY DEAN Mooresville

FERGUSON, DANNY THOMAS Winston-Salem

FIELDS, CHARLES RUSSELL, JR. Greenville

FIELDS, JOHN THOMAS Winston-Salem

FINCH, KAY STICKLAND Morehead City

FINMAN, EDWARD DAVID Charlotte

FITZGERALD, JOHN EDMUND Altavista, Va.

FLAKE, MABLELEEN Greenville

FLANAGAN, MARK FRANCIS Washington, D.C.

FLANDERS, BOB ST. JOHN Birmingham, Mich.

FLOWERS, JAMES DONALD Clayton

FLOWERS, JUDITH ROSE Washington

FLYNT, NANCY FAYE Kernersville

FONTAINE, LINDA LEE Woodsdale

FORBES, BILLIE SUE Farmville

FORBES, JUDITH LUCILLE Smithfield

FORD, KATHERINE IRIS Kinston

FORSYTHE, JAMES ROBERT New Bern

FOSTER, DEBLIA MARIE Greenville

FOSTER, SALLY ANN Littleton

FOWLER, JERRY WAYNE Winston-Salem

FOWLER, MILLIE LOUISE Williamston

FOX, IRVING HUNTINGTON, III Halifax, Va.

FRANK, LINDA JEAN Ayden

FRANKS, ZATHA ANN Newport News, Va.

FRAZIER, NANCY JEAN Henderson

FRAZIER, WILLIAM REID Ranoke, Va.

FREEMAN, ANNCY FAYE Windsor

FREEMAN, NEIL Plymouth

FRITTS, TERRIE ANNA Lexington

FULLER, JUDY GOLD Pinetops

FULLERTON, MARTHA SUMWALT Charlotte

FUQUA, WILLIAM ERNEST, JR. Raleigh

FURR, HOWARD EUGENE Salisbury

FUSSELL, ARTHUR McKAY Weldon

GAFFNEY, JOHN JOSEPH Elkins Park, Pa.

GAINES, ROBERT HOLT Annapolis, Md.

GALLOWAY, PATRICIA LEE Supply

GANG, PATRICIA KATHLEEN Laurel Bay

GARDNER, JERRILYN Greenville

GARNER, JUDY GRACE Greenville

GARNER, PRISCILLA JO Newport

GARRETT, BASIL WILKERSON, JR. Roxboro

GARRIS, CAROLYN KAY Greenville

Kathy Salle and Keith Hobbs

exhibit their agility at

performing the twist at a Pika party.

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GASKILL, MARY ELLA Raleigh

GAY, ROSE CAROL Zebulon

GEE, MICHAEL CROFTON Petersburg, Va.

GILBERT, LINDA GAIL Kinston

GILBERT, WILLIAM R., JR. Rocky Mount

GILCHRIST, EDNA EARLE Roseboro

GILES, BONNYE LYNN Fayetteville

GILL, FRANK CORYDON, JR. Raleigh

GILLIAM, BRIAN DIUGUID Alexandria, Va.

GILLIKIN, BENJAMIN MARVIN Atlantic

GLOVER, MARY ELIZABETH Bailey

GLOVER, WADE RAYMOND Fremont

GODWIN, THOMAS MACK Durham

GOINS, RALPH MICAHEL Durham

GOLDEN, JUDY LEE Atlantic

GOLON, WAYNE LEONARD Midland Park, N.J.

GOOCH, CATHERINE ROSE New Bern

GOODNIGHT, LARRY MILTON Salisbury

GOODWIN, BETTY JO Raleigh

GODWIN, JAMES HUNTER, JR. Clinton

GOODWIN, LINDA WOODS Raleigh

GOODWIN, MARY LINTON Greenville

GOODWIN, MARY SHEILA Arlington, Va.

GOODWIN, VERNON FRANKLIN, JR. Fayetteville

GORDON, JERRY GLENDA Ahoskie

GRAHAM, KAY FRANCES Efland

GREASON, JUDY KAYE Saint Pauls

GREENE, BARBARA ANN Grifton

GREENE, KELLY EDWARD Biscoe

GREENE, SANDY LEE Burlington

GREER, ELIZABETH ANNE Greenville

GRIFFIN, SUSAN Pinetops

GRIGGS, GEORGE WILLIAM Pollocksville

GRIMSLEY, JIMMIE RICHARD Wilson

GRISSOM, DENNIS MICHAEL Henderson

GRISSOM, HILDA RUTH Stedman

GRIST, KATHERINE VIRGINIA Wilmington

GROGAN, LUCY ALLEN Leaksville

GRUBBS, GEORGE RAY Kernersville

GUICE, GIGI Greenville

GUPTON, FRANCES JEAN Rocky Mount

GURLEY, CORNELLA MARSH Princeton

GURLEY, JAMES CAPEHART, III New Bern

GUTHRIE, JEAN MALLOY Yancyville

GUYTAR, FRANCES JO Newton

HAAR, MARGARET COLWELL Wilmington

HACKWORTH, CECIL LEON Aberdeen

HADDOCK, CAROL ANN Grimesland

HADDOCK, LARUE DUNN Vanceboro

HADDOCK, CLAUDIA LENORE Petersburg, Va.

HAFFMAN, JERRI DIANE Snow Hill

HAGERTY, GUY LOUIS Greenville

HAHN, JEFFREY CARL Nazareth, Pa.

HAISLIP, ANN PERRY Hamilton

HALE, GLORIA JEAN New Bern

HALE, RICHARD OLIVER Greensboro

HALE, SARA FRANCES Rocky Mount

HALL, CELIA RACHEL Fayetteville

HALL, ELANIN ELIZABETH Autryville

HALL, GEORGE PERRY Seaboard

HALL, HERSEY HINTON Raleigh

HALL, JEFFREY KENNETH Hookerton

HALL, MARY BARBARA Clinton

HALL, NANCY ANN Charlotte

HALL, PAMELA KATE Portsmouth, Va.

HALL, JOHN EDWARD Upper Darby, Pa.

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HANDY, MIKE DEAN Ridgeway, Va.

HANEY, PATRICIA JANE Fayetteville

HANSEN, CHARLES HARDIN, JR. Fayetteville

HARBEN, RONALD CHARLES Charlotte

HARBOLT, JIMMY LEE Goldsboro

HARDEE, MARGARET DEAN Enfield

HARDEN, THAD EUGENE Erwin

HARDINSON, LINDA ALLIE Jamesville

HARDINSON, ROBERT HARVEY, JR. Arapahoe

HARDY, BARBARA ANN Snow Hill

HARDY, FLOREINE MICHELE Kinston

HARGETT, EVA KATE Monroe

HARMON, JOAN PATRICIA Arlington, Va.

HARPE, HENRY CLIFTON Elkin

HARRELL, PEGGY JEANNE Greenville

HARRIS, CAROL JEAN Wilmington

HARRIS, CHARLES WAYNE Williamsburg, Va.

HARRIS, EMILY DOLORES Franklinton

HARRIS, JOHN HENRY, III Weldon

HARRIS, LESTER RAY Jacksonville

HARRIS, NANCY LEA Durham

HARRIS, RACHEL ANNE Garner

HARRIS, RICHARD LINWOOD Burlington

HARRIS, SHEILA RAE Albemarle

HARRIS, WILLIAM GASKINS Havelock

HARRIS, WILLIAM LESTER, JR. New Bern

HART, BARBARA ANN Greensboro

HART, ELEANOR FRANCES Winterville

HARVEY, JAMES BROWNING Littleton

HARVEY, JOSEPH M. Wildwood, N.J.

FRESHMEN

Polly Bunting displays her

beauty smile as she receives

the 1962 Miss Greenville crown.

HARVILLE, SANDRA KAY Winston-Salem

HASKINS, WOODROW BRYAN Franklinton

HATCHER, JAMES RUSSELL Draper

HATHAWAY, STANLEY O, JR. Greenville

HAUFLER, DONALD CARL Hampton, Va.

HAYWORTH, WILLIAM WADE Asheboro

HAZLETT, SANDRA HALL Colonial Heights, Va.

HAZZARD, ALBERT BERDALE High Point

HEARN, VIRGINIA ELEANOR McLean, Va.

HEATH, KENNETH BRUCE Havelock

HELMS, H. W., JR. Greensboro

HELMS, JESSE GORE Charlotte

HERRING, ANNA NICHOLSON Roseboro

HERRING, JOYCE CAROLYN Salemburg

HERRING, LARRY BEGGETT Benson

HERRINGTON, PHILLIP LEE Martinsville, D.C.

HERSH, PAUL WARREN Washington, D.C.

HESTER, ALICE FAYE Bladenboro

HEWITT, BARBARA LEE Whiteville

HICKMAN, RUFFS ALLAN, JR. Garner

HICKS, BRANDA CAROL Pikeville

HIGGINS, LINDA FAYE Smithfield

HIGH, JAMES EDWIN Radford, Va.

HIGH, REBECCA LANE Rocky Mount

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FRESHMEN

Students and teachers from Eastern

North Carolina attend the annual high

school science fair which is held in

Wright Building.

HILL, JESSE ALTON, JR. Winterville

HILL, JOAN GAIL Clayton

HILL, KEITH EDWARD Pink Hill

HILTON, JOSEPH TRUMAN, III Chapel Hill

HINE, BRENDA LOU Winston-Salem

HJORTSVANG, PAUL T. Greenville

HOBBS, JOAN ELIZABETH Durham

HOERTER, JOHN C. Chatham, N.J.

HOEF, KATHRYN ELOISE Belhaven

HOLLAND, FRANK WILLIAM Raleigh

HOLLAND, LOTTIE JO Willard

HOLLAND, PAUL WAYNE Fayetteville

HOLLINGSWORTH, FRED P. Norfolk, Va.

HOLLINGSWORTH, JERRY LAWRENCE Wilson

HOLLINGSWORTH, SUSAN L. Spring Hope

HOLMES, GLENN EDWARD Lexington

HOLSHOUSER, EUGENE OMER Rockwell

HOLT, DORIS EARLENE Graham

HOLT, NAOMI JANE Wilson

HONDROS, PETE ARTHUR Winston-Salem

HOOKS, JUDITH ANEIDA Fremont

HOOKS, ROSEMARY Fayetteville

HOOPER, TRACIE ELIZABETH Greenville

HOPKINS, SYLVIA LANE Rocky Mount

HORKAN, MICHAEL TIM Falls Church, Va.

HORNE, ANN TAYLOR Kure Beach

HORNE, COY C, Maxton

HOTCHNER, MITCHELL G. LYNBROKK, N.Y.

HOUSE, ELIZABETH M. Nokesville, Va.

HOUSTON, PNNY G. Charlotte

HORIS, LARRY K. Lincolnton

HOWARD, AMANDA M. Seven Springs

HOWARD, LINDA E. Southport

HOWARD, MOLLIE E. Scotland Neck

HOWE, MICAHEL S. Hamlet

HOWELL, FRANCES Y, Falls Church, Va.

HOYLE, JERRY WAYNE Henderson

HUBBARD, HILDA GRACE New Bern

HUDGINS, TERECE C. Portsmouth, Va.

HUDSON, A. R. Concord

HUDSON, DAVID B. Java, Va.

HUDSON, WILLIAM M. Greensboro

HUFF, MARVIN J. Cherry Point

HUNSUCKER, PATRICIA L. Robbins

HUNT, JOHN E. Swansboro

HUTTO, SYLVIA F. Rocky Mount

IDOL, JOHN F. North Wikesboro

INGOLD, RAY VAN Julian

INGRAM, PEGGY J. Kernersville

INMAN, GERALD D. Lumberton

INMAN, JUDY FRANCES Whiteville

IPOCK, LINDA FAYE Beaufort

IRVING, ROBERT H. Hendersonville

JACKSON, BETTE HARRIS Durham

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JACKSON, HENRY BRUCE Vass

JACKSON, JULIA ANN Wilmington

JAFFE, ROBERT LOUIS Jacksonville

JARMAN, CECIL THOMAS Jacksonville

JARVIS, OLLIE RENN Petersburg, Va.

JEFFRIES, LILLIE MAE Leaksville

JENKINS, CHARLES RAYMOND Rockingham

JENKINS, JANICE GENEVA Rockingham

JENNINGS, HELEN MARTHA Richmond, Va.

JENNINGS, LINDA SUE Portsmouth, Va.

JENNINGS, STEGEN ERIC Norfolk, Va.

JERNIGAN, JAMES DONALD Dunn

JERNIGAN, MARILYN LOU Godwin

JILCOTT, CHARLES B., JR. Logansport, Ind.

JOHNSON, BETTY JOANN Kinston

JOHNSON, BONNIE EULETA Oxford

JOHNSON, ETTA MAE Bladenboro

JOHNSON, JOEL KEITH Smithfield

JOHNSON, JUDY LYNN Benson

JOHNSON, MARY GABLE Sanford

JOHNSON, MELONIE Madisonville, Ky.

JOHNSON, MILDRED LINDA Smithfield

JOHNSON, PATRICIA MAE Coats

JOHNSON, PEGGY JOAN Newton Grove

JOHNSON, SARAH NELL Angier

JOHNSON, SHIRLEY ANN Jamestown

JOHNSON, SYLVIA KAYE Snow Camp

JOHNSTON, HARRIETT SUE Wallace

JOHNSTON, ROBERT BUNN Greenville

JONES, BEVERLY DIANE Falls Church, Va.

JONES, CHARLES LEWIS Norfolk, Va.

JONES, EMMETT PARKER, JR. Tyner

JONES, LAURA VIRGINIA Wake Forest

JONES, LINDA THERESA Swansboro

JONES, MARY ALICE Pikesville

JONES, MIRIAM ALICE Ahoskie

JONES, PATRICIA HOLT Burlington

JONES, RICHARD HENRY Newton, N.J.

JONES, THOMAS LESTER, JR. Lewiston

JONES, VASCO DEVACA Rocky Mount

JORDAN, JOYCE MARIE Sunbury

JOYNER, DAVID CHARLES Lewiston

JOYNER, DONNA LOUISE Burlington

JOYNER, JILL COLVIN Vanceboro

JOYNER, JUDITH ANN Rocky Mount

JOYNER, THELMA GRACE Mount Olive

JUSTICE, THOMAS FRANKLIN Jacksonville

JUSTUS, SUZANNE BLANTON Shelby

KAMENETZ, FRANCES EILEEN Greensboro

KANNAN, JACKIE E. Goldsboro

KAYLOR, ROBERT WAYNE Wilmington

KEATTS, RONALD EUGENE South Boston, Va.

KEEL, DOROTHY JEAN Robersonville

KEEL, MARY MARTIN Portsmouth, Va.

KELLEY, DAVID EARL Winston-Salem

KEMPSON, BARBARA MUSTIAN Warrenton

KENDRICK, BARRY DALE Green Pond, N.J.

KENNEDY, GEORGE E. Beulaville

KEPLER, CLAUDIA LEW Milton, Pa.

KERN, MILTON S. Star

KERSEY, THOMAS A. Springfield, Va.

KEY, MONNIE PAULETTE Robbins

KINARD, BETTY JOHN Patego

KING, DIANE HUNT Charlotte

KING, MICHAEL BRIAN Kinston

KING, RONALD HUGH Bear Creek

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KINLAW, WILLIAM BRAXTON Ahoskie

KIRBY, KENNETH NATHANIAL Dunn

KIRKLAND, THURLOE LAWRENCE Pendleton

KLEINFELDT, SANFORD Charlotte

KLUTZ, BRENDA RUTH Rockwell

KNIGHT, BETTY DORIS Henderson

KNOCH, DAVID HENRY Arlington, Va.

KNOELLER, FRANK O., JR. Annandale, Va.

KNOWLES, JUNE ELIZABETH Portsmouth, Va.

KNOX, LINDA REBECCA Tarboro

KOONCE, SUE ELLEN Jacksonville

KOONTZ, SYLVIA SUE Welcome

KORNEGAY, CARROLL GREGG Pine Level

KORNEGAY, WINSLOW JUDD Pine Level

KUHNS, RONALD DWIGHT Bethlehem, Pa.

KUYKENDALL, JOSEPH EARL, JR. Statesville

LAMAR, THOMAS CLYDE, JR. New Bern

LAMBETH, MICHAEL STEPHEN Thomasville

LAMM, LEVERNA E. Elizabeth City

LAMPLEY, INA KAY Biscoe

LANCASTER, A. ELIZABETH Rocky Mount

LANDRY, FERNAND A., JR. Charlestown, w. Va.

LANE, ROBERT NELL Arlington, Va.

LANEY, MARY BIVENS Monroe

LANGDON, BECKY LOU Coats

LANGDON, CHARLENE AARON Benson

LANGLEY, DAVID FRANCIS Quantico, Va.

LANNING, HARLAND GEORGE Arlington, Va.

LARSON, WILLIAM ROLAND Rutledge, Pa.

LASTER, SHEILA CAMILLE Asheville

Crowds thronged to Wright Auditorium

to pick up their yearbooks.

LATTA. DOROTHY MARIE Greensboro

LATTIMORE. GARY Ballston Spa, N. Y.

LAWRENCE. JUDITH CAROLYN Winterville

LEE, MARY MARJORIE Arlington, Va.

LEE. ULA JANE Four Oaks

LEE. VIRGINIA SHARON Durham

LEGGETT, BEVERLY ANN Battleboro

LEGGETT. RICHARD CARLTON Kinston

LEIGH, JOHN Z. Gastonia

LENG. DON HUGH Chapel Hill

LEONARD, JERRY STEVE Lexington

LEONARD, DEITRA MARIE Lexington

LEONARD, JEWELL SANDRA Fayetteville

LESTER, JAMES THOMAS Ayden

LEWIS, BARBARA LOUISE Charlotte

LEWIS, DEANNA MAXINE Fayetteville

LEWIS, DONNA BELL Morehead City

LEWIS, MARGARET HELON Beaufort

LEWIS. PEGGY ANN Statesville

LEW IS. SANDRA EARLENE Greensboro

LIEBERMAN, NORMAN GERALD Durham

LIKE. HILARY RITA Massapequa, N. Y.

LILLY. THOMAS EDWARD Salisbury

LINKER, MARTIN NEEL Mooresville

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LITTLE, JAMES DOYLE Greenville

LITTLE, THELMA FAYE Ash

LITTLETON, TROWBRIDGE Middleburg, Va.

LOCKHART, CAROLYN VAUGHN Semora

LOFLIN, JEFFERY HAYES Welcome

LONDEREE, GEORGE WILLIAM Charlottesville, Va.

LOWRY, ANNETTE Elizabeth City

LOY, HARRIET TURRENTINE Graham

LUCAS, JUNEAL KAYE Durham

LUCAS, SALLIE ELIZABETH Lucama

LUCKHAM, RUTH DALE Morehead City

LURVEY. PATRICIA ANNE Washington

LYNCH, BRENDA SUE Selma

LYNN, RONALD FRANKLIN Goldsboro

LYONS, JAMES THOMAS Springfield, Va.

McARTHUR, RANDALL LEE Red Sluing*

McCOY, RUSSELL EDWARD Raleigh

McCULLEN, MARIANA SUGG Faison

MacDIARMID, JOHN MacLEOD Rocky Mount

McDILL, PEGGY ANN Alexandria, Va.

Mcdonald, Harry Shaw Greensboro

Mcdonald, Laura Helen Simpson

Mcdonald, Mary Shaw St. Pauls

Mcgowan. Gerald Gordon Greenville

McGUIRE, BUREL JERRY High Point

McILWEAN, GENE PERRY New Bern

McLNTYRE. RUBY ELAINE Ivanhoe

McKAY, JOSEPH ELLIS Greenville

McKENZIE, MICHAEL EUGENE Asheville

McLAMB, RONALD CARLIE Coats

McLAUGHIN, JEROME JOSEPH Lynbrook, N. Y.

McLEOD, BRENDA KAY Norman

McLEOD, LEALON EARL Norman

McMANUS, JANE IRENE Hamlet

McMANUM, NATHANIEL JAMES Sunbury

McNAIRY, MARY ELIZABETH Greensboro

McNALLY, CAROL JO Alexandria, Va.

McNEELY, DON COLEMAN Hickory

McRAE, CORIE FRANKLIN Thomasville

McSHANE, MICHAEL JOHN Alexandria, Va.

MADRY, NORMAN WORTH Burlington

MALLARD, JULIA CATHERINE Burgaw

MALLARD, MICHAEL SAUNDERS Tranton

MALLORY, JAMES DOUGLAS, JR. Plymouth

MALONE, JOHNNIE ELIZABETH Fayetteville

MANGIAPANE, CHARLES SAM New York City, N. Y.

MANNING, JANE Middlesex

MANNING, WILLIAM NORMAN Plymouth

MANTOOTH. BRANDA CAROL Goldsboro

MARASCO, JAMES JOSEPH Norfolk, Va.

MARBRY, BRENDA PAULETTE Albemarle

MARINE, LESLEY DONNA Charlotte

MARKHAM, MYRA DIANE Cary

MARKLAND, BRENDA SUE Winston-Salem

MARKS, EBEN LEE Speed

MARLOWE, DOUGLAS ANTHONY Draper

MARSHALL, CONNIE Maysville

MARSHALL, JOHN WILLIAMSON, JR. Greensboro

MARTIN, JENNIE SUE Macclesfield

MARTIN, KENNETH WAYNE Greensboro

MARTIN, WILLIAM WALLACE Leaksville

MASON, SANDRA JEAN Naruna, Va.

MASSEY, EARL V. Rehoboth, Del.

MASSEY, JOANNE Princeton

MASTIN, ROBERT FRED, JR. Elkin

MATHEWS, DONALD GLENN Elizabeth City

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Ted Whitmyer. Ward Simmons and

Joyce Brown find entertainment

for a rainy Saturday afternoon

in the BUCCANEER Office.

MATLOCK, SANDRA GAIL Greensboro

MATTESON, MARY CATHRINE Greensboro

MATTHEWS, WALTER EDWARD Hertford

MATTOX, DONALD HUBERT Wilson

MAULTSBY, NANCY CAROLYN Mebane

MAURER, JO ANN Rocky Mount

MAY, DONALD WAYNE Durham

MAYNARD, MARY ALICE Dunn

MAYO, WILLIAM LYMAN, JR.Plymouth

MAZZOCCOLI, PASZUALE J. T. Alexandria, Va.

MEADOWS, JERRY CLARK Rocky Mount

MEDFORD, JERRY NOYEL Clinton

MELSON, DORIS IRENE Clinton

MELTZER, MARK Lynbrook, N. Y.

MERCER, PEGGY LOUVENIA Lucama

MERRITT, JAMES FRANCIS Wake Forest

MERRITT, TROY CLINTON, JR. Fayetteville

MEWBORN, EVANELINE CAROLE La Grange

MEWBORN, JACK T. La Grange

MEWBORN, JANE BUTLER Grifton

MICHAELS, MABEL RUTH Burlington

MIDGETT, MOLLIE SUSAN Hatteras

MIDGETTE, EVAN JAMES Elizabeth City

MILLEN, JAMES ROBERT Arlington, Va.

MILLER, CRAIG E. Kennett Square, Pa.

MILLER, DONALD SALYERDS Washington

MILLER, HARLIE ALLEN Raleigh

MILLER, MARILYN VERN Durham

MILLER, MELINDA CAROL Elizabeth City

MILLS, FLOYD RUDY Greenville

MILLS, LOU JEAN Charlotte

MILLS, MARY JO Greenville

MINCHER, JANET ALIESE Roanoke Rapids

MITCHELL, BEVERLY W. Raleigh

MITCHELL, LURAY VIRGINIA Millsboro, Del.

MITCHELL, REBECCA DREW Aulander

MITTENBERGER, DEL JAY Washington

MIZESKO, GEORGIA Morehead City

MODLIN, RACHEL Jamesville

MOHLE, JUDITH ANN Ayden

MONFALCONE, MARY SUE Newport News, Va.

MONK, MARJORIE HELEN Ahoskie

MONTGOMERY, LAURA Jonesville

MOORE, BETTY LYNN Hamlet

MOORE, CLIFTON GOODWIN Greenville

MOORE,DORIS RAE Burlington

MOOSE, LINDA GAIL Cary

MORGAN,GAYLE SUSAN Spring Hope

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MORGAN, WILLIAM THOMAS Oxford

MORRIS, CAROL FLOWERS Wilson

MORRIS, JANET GAYLE Denton

MORRIS, LINDA GAYLE Hickory

MORRIS, ROSS ANN Richmond, Va.

MORRIS, SHEILA JANE Staunton, Va.

MORRISON, ELIZABETH EVE Leesburg, Va.

MOSS, JAMES HOWARD Myrtle Beach, S.C.

MOYE, FRANCES DUKE Farmville

MULL, CHARLES MELTON Hickory

MURPHY, LAWRENCE WARREN Nazareth, Pa.

MURPHY, MARY JOAN Asheville

MURPHY, ROBERT THOMAS, JR. Farmville

MURRAY, SHARON GAYLE Dunn

NATOUR, SAMIR BUTROS Ramallah, Jordan

NAYLOR, DORIS LYNN Dunn

NAYLOR, LARRY ARCHIE Dunn

NEESE, MARSHA JOAN Badin

NEILL, DAVID COLLINS Clifton Heights, Pa.

NELSON, MELOIN GLENN Greenville

NEVILLE, D. ANN Chapel Hill

NEWMAN, SARA FRANCES Whiteville

NEWSOME, KENNETH Richmond, Va.

NEWTON, GLENDA ANN Durham

NICHOLS, PHYLLIS RAE Greenville

NICHOLSON, RAYMOND E., JR. Fayetteville

NIXON, ANNIE RUTH Edenton

NOBLES, FRANCES MARIE Grimesland

NORRIS, BRENDA GAY Dunn

NORRIS, LARRY GENE Dunn

NORVILLE, CAROL MARIE Fountain

NUTT, SANDRA KAYE Durham

NYLANDER, JUDITH KATHLEEN Richmond, Va.

OAKLEY, ALMA JEANNETTE Rocky Mount

OAKLEY, SARA ELIZABETH Greenville

O'BRIANT, FRANCIS HOGAN Greensboro

ODOM, DOUGLAS CARLYLE Dallas, Tex.

ODOM, LEGGETTE WELLINGTON Wagram

ODOM, MYRTLE JANE Burlington

OGBURN, JOY LEE Willow Springs

O'HARE, THOMAS EUGENE Greensboro

OLIVER, DOC BERRY Pine Level

OLIVER, JOYCE GAYNELLE Clinton

OLSEN, COATES MARIE Charlotte

O'NEAL, ERICK WOODY Crozet, Va.

O'NEAL. GLENDA JANE Kinston

ORR, CELIA KAY Falls Church, Va.

O'SHIELDS, MAE ORA Princeton

OTEY, GERALD JAMES, JR. Lanexa, Va.

OVERTON, MARY ELIZABETH Rocky Mount

PADGETT, DIANA GAIL Asheville

PADRICK, BARBARA GAIL Jacksonville

PAGE, BOBBY GLENN Jacksonville

PAHL, MARGARET SUE Autryville

PAIT, HENRY THOMAS Greensboro

PALMER, CHARLES CECIL Fayetteville

PALMERI, ROBERT ANGELO Dumont, N.J.

PANTON, ALICE KAYE Milwaukee

PARKER, ESTHER Pollocksville

PARKER, JUDY KAY Benson

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PARKER, DALLAS P., III Elizabeth City

PARLIER, MARTHA SHEILA Hickory

PARMELEE, CINDA RAE Raleigh

PARRISH, WILLARD LEE Rocky MOunt

PARRY, WALLACE TREDICK Rocky Mount

PARSONS, ALICE JUNE Candor

PARTLY ROBERT BENSON Scotland Neck

PATE, HILDA RUSSELL Snow Hill

PATE, SHYRLYNN A. Burlington

PATE, WILLIAM COBB, JR. Asheboro

PATTERSON, CATHERINE JUNN Rocky Mount

PATTON, VELMA JEAN New Orleans, La.

PAUL, MAURICE ROY Belhaven

PAYNE, CHARLES WELFORD Halifax, Va.

PEACE, CRAWFORD GRANDY Halifax, Va.

PEARCE, CAROL RIVERS Franklin

PEARCE, LINDA JOYCE Benson

PEARSON, ROBERT ALFRED Charlotte

PEARSON, WILLIAM SCOTT Greensboro

PECQUEUR, ANDRE JOHN New Castle, Del.

PEEDIN, LINDA ANN Micro

PEGRAM, GARRY THOMAS Sanford

PENDER, FRANCES SUSAN Durham

PENDERGRASS, RANNIE JO Durham

PENNINGTON, BRENDA KAY Wendell

PENTECOST, JOHN MICHAEL Fort Bragg

PERKINS, CAROLYN Lumberton

PERNELL, LARRY EUGENE Rocky Mount

PERRY, BOBBY HIRAM Greensboro

PERRY, BARBARA SUE Kisnton

Elizabeth City Hickory

PERRY, LINWOOD MACK Sims

PERRY, RAYMOND DALE Albemarle

PETERS, ROBERT LARRY Dunn

PETERSON, CHRISTINE LEWIS Bethesda, Md.

PETTIGREW, JACQUELINE MAE Rocky Mount

PHELPS, BRENDA RAY Durham

PHELPS, ELIZABETH ESTELLE Hampton, Va.

PHILLIPS, BARLEY FRANK Greenville

PHILLIPS, LARRY WAYNE Raeford

PHILLIPS, LINDA KAY Hookerton

PHILLIPS, DEBORAH ANNETTE Wendell

PHILLIPS, SYLVIA DIANNE Lexington

PICKREL, JOHN HOWARD Gretna, Va.

PIERCE, KENNETH MACON Windsor

PIKE, DIANA LEIGH Fremont

PILAND, PEGGY KNIGHT Oak City

PIPPIN, SANDRA KAY Zebulon

PITTMAN, MARY FRANCES Beaufort

PITTMAN, THERESA ANNE Apoizo, N.Y.

PITTMAN, TRINA VIRE Lumberton

PITTS, BARBARA ANN Alamance

POOLE, JOHNNY LEON Rougemont

POPE, BUDDY ALBERT Warsaw

POPE, FRANCES WARREN Dunn

POPE, SHARON H. Statesville

POSSINGER, DAVID FREDERICKWilmington, Del.

POWELL, GARY CHARLES Hampton, Va.

POWELL, JOAN ELLEN Alexandria, Va.

POWERS, ETHEL JO Raleigh

PRESLEY, RONNIE DARRELL Belmont

PRESSER, LONA KAYE Greenville

PRESTON, GLORIA DIANE Stokesdale

PRICE, JOSEPH MANNING Seaford, Del.

PRIDGEN, DONALD PARKER Rocky Mount

PRIDGEN, JUDY CAROL Pinetops

PRITCHETT, DOROTHY ANNE Columbia

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PROCTOR, GOLDIE RUTH Statonsburg

PROCTOR, JOSEPH GLEN, JR. Greenville

PROPST, GARY LEE Valdese

PROPST, RONALD FRY Hickory

PUGH, TED MARSH, JR. Greensboro

PULLEN, EDWIN LEE Rocky Mount

PUTNAM, SUSAN VIRGINIA Rocky Mount

QUINN, DAVID CALVIN Farmville

RADFORD, PEGGY JEAN Pine Level

RALEY, SHEARIN DANIEL Washington, D.C.

RANDALL, ANITA LUCILLE Durham

RANDOLPH, JO LYNN Rocky Mount

RANKIN, KENNETH V. Ellerbe

RAPER, REBECCA Kenly

RASOR, BROOKS MARSHALL, JR. Clayton

RAYFIELD, HUBERT EUGENE, JR. Wadesboro

RAYNOR, MARGARET ELIZABETH Fayetteville

RAYBOURN, LELAND W., JR. Hampton, Va.

READ, NANCY ELIZABETH Louisburg

READE, BETSY MILLER Durham

REASON, PEGGY ELOISE Wilson

REAVES, DONALD JAMES Goldsboro

RECTOR, GENE LLOYD Cramerton

REDD, SARA VIRGINIA Maysville

REECE, JERALD MICHAEL Spray

REECE, MARY JANE Jonesville

REID, JAY MARLENE Souther Pine

REID, SCARLETT TEMPLE Elizabeth City

REIF, PAUL B. New Castle, Del.

RHODES, RUTH ANN Pink Hill

RHODES, WILLIAM B., JR. Raleigh

RHONEY, GERALDINE ELIZABETH Hickory

RICHARDSON, GEORGE ROBERT Toano, Va.

RICH, JANICE HERITAGE Graham

RICH, LARRY JOE Asheboro

RICKS, ETHRIDGE HUBERT New Bern

RIDDICK, BOBBIE BOWEN Norfolk, Va.

RIDDICK, ANNE JUANITA Sanford

RIDDICK, CHARLES JACKSON Hobbsville

RIVENBARK, WILTON BRICE Wallace

ROBBINS, JUDITH DIANNE Winston-Salem

ROBBINS, LYNDA RUTH Ahoskie

ROBBINS, PHYLLIS ANN Silver City

ROBERSON, TOMMY EUGENE Robersonville

ROBERTS, IRIS SUZANNE Richlands

ROBERTS, JOAN LEE Durham

ROBERTS, MICHELE Chester, Pa.

ROBERTSON, HORACE CARROLL Littleton

ROBERTSON, KENNETH LEE Leaksville

RODRIGUEZ, FRED E. Brentwood. Md.

RODWELL, DAVID WOODROOF Henderson

ROGERS, BARBARA LEE Roxboro

ROGERS, CAROL MARGARET Winston-Salem

ROGERS, MIRIAM LOUISE Chocowinity

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ROGERS, MYRA VIRGINIA Williamston

ROOKE, ALICE DELORES Norlina

ROOKER, AMY KATHIA Wilmington

ROOT, MELISSA ELLEN Lynchburg, Va.

ROSE, CHARLES FREDERICK Lucana

ROSE, EDWIN BLAND Greensboro

ROSE, NANCY CAROL Mount Olive

ROSENTAL, MARITA SYLVIA Rocky Mount

ROSS, PATRICIA ANN Durham

ROSS, PRISCILLA BRUCE New Bern

ROUNTREE, CAROLYN GAYLE Gates

ROLSE, EMMA LEE Kinston

ROUSE, PATRICIA Fayetteville

RUSS, EUNICE ANNETTE Jacksonville

RUST, ROBIN ANN Raleigh

SADLER, DERWOOD ROBERSON Williamston

SALDIN, CAROLE ANN Springfield, Va.

SALLENGER, KENNETH CARLYLE Windsor

SANDERSON, HEBERN WARRICK Faison

SAPP, JANE EVA Winston-Salem

SARAFANDI, ABDUL FATTAH Salfit, Jordan

SASSER, VIRGINIA KAY Mount Olive

SATTERWHITE, GARLAND NEAL Rutherford

SAULS, TONY RAY Garner

SAUNDERS, CYNTHIA SUE Brookneal, Va.

SCHAEFER, DORIS JOYCE Greensboro

SCHMIDT, KERRY R. McLean, Va.

SCHWENCKE, CHRISTINE M. North Palm Beach, Fla.

SCHWIND, PATRICIA ANNE Levittown, Pa.

SCOTT, BETTY SUE Durham

SCOTT, CAROL JANE Kenly

SCOTT, HENRY DONALD Richlands

SCOTT, HORACE KEITH Wilmington

SCOTT, MARION CHARLES Greensboro

SCOTT, PATRICIA ANN Arlington, Va.

SCOTT, PATRICIA LEE Durham

SCOTT, RICHARD DOUGLAS Sanford

SCOTT, THOMAS WALTER Davidson

SENGER, PHILLIP L. Raleigh

SESSOMS, BARBARA LOUISE Lumberton

SHARBER, STEPHEN FOSTER Elizabeth City

SHAW, IRA LAYNE Broadway

SHEA, PATRICIA ELIZABETH Cherry Point

SHEARIN, DAN McRAE Whitakers

SHEARIN, KAY COLSTON Ranoke Rapids

SHEARON, BOBBY NEUMAN Wake Forest

SHEFFIELD, WILLIAM WILSON High Point

SHELOR, RAYMOND ALAW Atlantic Beach

SHEPARD, BRUCE G. Nagshead

SHEPHERD, DEBRA H. Cranfordm N.J.

SHERMAN, GEORGE IRVING High Point

SHERMAN, PHILLIP WAYNE Belhaven

SHERRILL, RUSSELL GRAHAM Raleigh

SHARPE, SUSAN BLAIR Washington, D.C.

SHOUGH, JAMES STUART Spray

SHUMATE, ROSALIE FOX Greenville

SIEGFIED, JUDY WILLIE Durham

SIGMON, JOYCE HARVEY Ranoke, Va.

SIMEONE, BARBARA ANN Greensboro

SIMMONS, MELVA LEGETTE Mamaconeck, N.Y.

SIMPSON, GEORGE JOSEPH Rochester, N.Y.

SIMPSON, WALTER STANLEY Gritna, Va.

SINGLETARY, LINDA KAYE Bladenboro

SIZER, SANDRA YVONNE Greenville

SIZER, SHARON ANN Rich Square

SLATTERY, CAROL JEAN Alexandria, Va.

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SMALL, ALICE FREEMAN Roper

SMALL, DIANNE IMOGENE Elizabeth City

SMALL, ANN CAROL Fayetteville

SMITH, BARRY LEE Nazareth, Pa.

SMITH, BRENDA SUE Benson

SMITH, CAROLYN JOYCE Raleigh

SMITH, DARWIN NELSON Springfield, Va.

SMITH, DERALD MORGAN Goldsboro

SMITH, EFFIE THERESA Hamlet

SMITH, EMMETT GARLAND Liberty

SMITH, EULA MERLE Goldsboro

SMITH, KENNETH RAY Goldsboro

SMITH, LELA FAYE Kinston

SMITH, LINDA GALE Asheville

SMITH, MARGARET NELL Morehead City

SMITH, MARY CAROLYN Mount Olive

SMITH, MARY ELIZABETH Fayetteville

SMITH, PATRICIA ANN Raleigh

SMITH, R. CRAIG Robbins

SMITH, RALPH LEE Fremont

SMITH, RONALD JOE Benson

SMITH, RUSSELL PHILLIPS, III Cambridge, Md.

SMITH, SUE ELLEN Greensboro

SMITH, VICTOR LEE Graham

SMITH, VIVIAN RUSSELL Albemarle

SMITH, WILLIAM WARD Robersonville

SNOW, NANCY CAROL Rocky Point

SNYDER, LINDA DAWN Fayetteville

SNYDER, PHILIP H. Bethesda, Md.

SOUTHERLAND, ISAAC BROWN Kinston

SPAIN, LINDA EARLE Washington

SPAIN, MARY ELIZABETH Raleigh

SPARROW, RONNIE WILFORD Williamston

SPEARS, GILBERT WAYNE Landis

SPEIGHT, CAROLYN ESTELLE Hookerton

SPEIGHT, JAMES E., JY. Greenville

SPENCE, MARGARET ANNA Concord

SPENCER, JANE CAROLINE Spencer

SPENCER, JOHN ELLIOTT Hampton, Va.

SPENCER, W. JAY, JR. Valdese

SPIVEY, NANCY MARIE Edenton

SPRINGS, ELEANOR ANNE Charlotte

SPRUILL, JUDITH ANN Aurora

STAFFORD, GRACE ANN Greenville

STAFFORD, PATRICIA JANE Kernersville

STAINBACK, CAROLYN JOAN Graham

STALLS, PHYLLIS ANN Hassell

STANCIL, CHARLES EDWARD Alexandria, Va.

STAPLEFORD, LORENA RAY Kinston

STATUTA, JOSEPH JAMES, JR. Worcester, Mass.

ST. CLAIR, DUNCAN DAVID, JR. Charlotte

STEED, ROLAND EDWARD Denton

STEELE, BETTY CAROL Hickory

STEELMAN, SUSAN MARTHA Kinston

FRESHMEN

Even Phil Helms finds it necessary

to study accounting, one of the

more difficult courses in our institution.

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STEPHENS, SHARON LA DONNA Chadbourn

STEPHENSON, LINDA ADAMS Seaboard

STEVENS, JERRY Sanford

STEVENS, WAYNE SCOTT Virginia, Va.

STEVENS, GEORGE DERRICK Falls Church, Va.

STEWART, CLARENCE HARRISON, JR. Henderson

STINAGLE, GEORGE W., III Wilson

STOCKS, BRENDA ALLEEN Havelock

STOFFA, MARGUERITE LEONORA Hubert

STOGNER, LINDA RUTH Waxhaw

STOKES, CAROLYN JEAN Greenville

STOKES, RICHARD HOUSER Reidsville

STRICKLAND, CHARLES FLETCHER Garner

STRICKLAND, JOHN CREECH Goldsboro

STRICKLAND, JOHN DUNTON Louisburg

STRICKLAND, ROBERT GERALD Clinton

STRICKLAND, SHIRLEY RUTH Varina

STUBBS, PEGGY HUNTER Greenville

STUTTS, MARY BALICE Southern Pines

STYONS, BARBARA JANE Jamesville

STYRON, GEORGE TILDEN Morehead, City

SUDDERTH, WILLIAM HUGH Newland

SUGG, EVE WHITFIELD Smithfield

SULLIVAN, JUDITH LEE Bath

SULLIVAN, JUNE CHERYL Goldsboro

SULLIVAN, SHARON ANN Richmond, Va.

SURINA, JOHN CARROLL Alexandria, Va.

SUTTON, EVELYN GARNER Snow Hill

SUTTON, MARGARET ANN Mount Olive

SUTTON, VERNON FRANCIS Newton Grove

SWAIN, TONI LYNN Spring Lake

SWICEGOOD, LINDA SUE Lexington

SWIFT, SHEILA MARIE Alexandria, Va.

SWINDELL, LINDA LEE Scranton

SYKES, VICTOR JANN, III Alexandria, Va.

TALBOT, WILLIAM CARL Bernardsville, N.J.

TALBOT, BAKER LEE South Boston, Va.

TATUM, WILLIAM PRYOR Sanford

TAYLOE, EDWARD DICKINSON Charlottesville

TAYLOR, ELIZABETH RUCKER Whiteville

TAYLOR, EUGENE ULYSSES, JR. Jacksonville

TAYLOR, FLORENCE LYNN Richlands

TAYLOR, JANE HAYES Greensboro

TAYLOR, JUDITH ANNE Newport

TAYLOR, MIRIAM VIRGINIA Richlands

TAYLOR, SHERA DARE Como

TAYLOR, THOMAS FUTRELL Conway

TEACHEY, WILSON GRADY Wallace

TEASLEY, JULIA ANNE Durham

TEMPLE, BETTY ANN Elizabeth City

TEMPLE, JUDIE ALLISON Zebulon

TERRELL, CHARLES LEE, JR. Raleigh

TEW, LINDA LOU Durham

TEW, STANLEY MARTIN Fayetteville

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THAYER, CAROLYN ANN Norfolk, Va.

THARRINGTON, JAMES DEWITT Louisburg

THIGPEN, JUDITH LUCILLE Greenville

THOMAS, AILLENE STEWART Arlington, Va.

THOMAS, ALBERT HENRY, JR. LaGrange

THOMAS, EVELYN KAYE Selma

THOMAS, MARY FRANCES Tarboro

THOMAS, RICHARD HARRY Charlotte

THOMAS, RICHARD R. Arlington, Va.

THOMPSON, HENRY HAROLD, JR. Charlotte

THOMPSON, JOHN WALTER Sparta, N.J.

THOMPSON, MARTHA MATTOCKS New Bern

THOMPSON, MARY LEE Selma

TILLETT, VERA DIONNE Kitty Hawk

TINGEN, LUNDA JANE Liberty

TIPPETTE, BASIL HERMAN Enfield

TOLLEY, SAMUEL ROLAND Edenton

TOLSON, MARY JUNE Woodland

TORRES, ROBERT, JR. High Point

TOWNSEND, TERRY DEAN Bernardsville, N.J.

TRAGESER, PAUL JOSEPH, JR. Chapel Hill

TRIMM, JANET RAY Richmond, Va.

TRIPP, JUDITH ANN Leesville, La.

TROGDON, ERNEST WAYNE Asheboro

TUCK, JANE ELIZABETH Camp Lejeune

TUCKER, CAROLYN HUNT Durham

TUCKER, RUSSELL EDWIN Magnolia

TURNER, MARY ALICE Eure

TURNER, NANCY JANE Burlington

TURNER, WILLIAM ROBERT Garner

FRESHMEN

"What?...OPh, yes, we are

going to have a BUCCANEER

this year..I think."

TYLER, JUDITH EVELYN Greensboro

TYMAN, LYNDA KAY Durham

TYSOR, NANCY KAY Coinjock

UMBERGER, MILDRED JEAN Wytheville, Va.

UPCHURCH, KAREN LEIGH Four Oaks

UPCHURCH, LARRY BRADY Raleigh

VACCARO, JUDITH J. Chester, Pa.

VALENTINO, LINDA AGNES Dumonte, N.J.

VANCE, DONALD LYNN Kernersville

VAN, HORN, BRENDA GAIL Arlington, Va.

VAN, LIEROP, PATRICIA Tophane, Istanbul

VANUK, DANIEL A. Rahway, N.J.

VAUGHN, JAMES ALBERT Stokesdale

VAUGHN, JANNICE GAIL Valdese

VAUGHAN, SHIRLEY FAYE YOungsville

VICK, CLARA GERALDINE Conway

VICK, JACQUELINE AUDINE Conway

VICK, MARTHA ANN Jacksonville

VICKERS, VIVIAN LEROI Durham

WADSWORTH, ELIZABETH MAY McLean, Va.

WAITS, JUDY MANN Engelhard

WALKER, EDWARD RAYMOND Lynchburg, Va.

WALKER, KENNETH NEIL Sims

WALL, MALINDA CAROLE Marion

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WALL, ROBERT BARRINGER Monroe

WALLACE, JERRY MARTIN Jacksonville

WALTER, LEA LOUISE Elizabeth City

WARD, CAROLYN PARKER Whitakers

WARD, FOYE EMMETT, JR. Durham

WARD, NANCY DION Hobbsville

WARING, PATRICIA CAROL Richmond, Va.

WARREN, DIANA CAROL Tarboro

WARREN, TONY DAVIS Robersonville

WATERS, MARY LATHAM Plymouth

WATERS, MARION HAROLD Jamesville

WATKINS, DORIS POOLE Oxford

WATKINS, EDWARD POWE Durham

WATSON, ALYCIA DELANCY Sanford

WAY, GEORGE WINFRED, JR. Burlington

WEAVER, JAMES FRANKLIN Salisbury

WEAVER, LINDA JO Durham

WEAVER, MARY FRANCES Currie

WEBB, ROSA GAIL Tarboro

WEBBER, JANE Norfolk, Va.

WEEKS, BARBARA ANN Newport

WEEKS, MICAJAH MATTOCKS New Bern

WEISS, AUDREY LEE Charlotte

WELLS, CARROLL LAMBERTH Semora

WERNER, DAVID ALLEN Charlotte

WERNER, EMILY ANN Thomasville

WESCOTT, COLON WAYNE Manteo

WESSON, KATHRYN EILEEN Gastonia

WEST, JOYCE MARIE Concord

WEST, SANDRA FAYE Rocky Mount

WESTER, CATHERINE LOUISE Spring Hope

WESTFALL, STEPHEN MILLER Martinsville, Va.

WESTON, MACARTHUR Jacksonville

WHEELER, MICHAEL JAMES Durham

WHEELER, VALINDA ANN Durham

WHICHARD, ANDREA DIXON Winterville

WHICHARD, JANET ANN Greenville

WHICKER, EDMUND BRUCE Winston-Salem

WHISENHUNT, MARGARET JEAN Hamlet

WHITE, ANNE STEWART Waynesboro, Va.

WHITE, FRIEDA RUTH Colerain

WHITE, GEORGIA LEAGON Statesville

WHITE, LINDA SUTTON La Grange

WHITE, MIRIAM KEITH Colerain

WHITE, WILLIAM MILES Cove City

WHITE, WILLIAM RAYMOND Manns Harbor

WHITEHURST, WILLIAM R. Rocky Mount

WHITFIELD, SANDRA PEARL Rocky Mount

WHIRFORD, PATRICIA JANE Ernul

WHITLEY, MARGARET ELAINE Como

WHITLEY, JAMES VICTOR Albemarle

WHITLOW, LARRY C. Greenville

WIENBARG, SVANDIS HELEN Monroe

WIGGS, VERNA JO Selma

WILLIAMS, CARLA LYNN Onancock, Va.

WILLIAMS, CARROLL LEE Greensboro

WILLIAMS, CLARA ANN Ropcky Mount

WILLIAMS, EDWIN JERRY Kinston

WILLIAMS, EVA ANNETTE Ahoskie

WILLIAMS, HERBERT D., III New Bern

WILLIAMS, IRVING GUY Norfolk, Va.

WILLIAMS, JAMES EDWIN Washington

WILLIAMS, JOAN BALLARD Sulfolk, Va.

WILLIAMS, JOHN FRANKLIN Clinton

WILLIAMS, MAYME CLYDE Rockingham

WILLIAMS, RONALD HUGO Greenville

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WILLIAMS, SANDRA JO Kinston

WILLIAMS, SUSAN Charlotte

WILLIAMSON. DOROTHY CAROL Wilson

WILLIFORD, DOROTHY JUNE Kinston

WILLIFORD, TEMPIE LOU Portsmouth, Va.

WILLIS, GRAYER KEITH, JR. Marshallburg

WILLIS, JAYNE THOMAS Greenville

WILLIS, JONIBEL Morehead City

WILLIS, NANCY ANN Atlantic

WILKEKSON, MYRTLE GRACE Newton Grove

WILMOUTH, LINDA CAROL Pink Hill

WILSON, ADDIE JANE Sanford

WILSON, KERRY LYNN Johnstown, Pa.

WILSON, LUTHER LUGENE Rockingham

WILSON, NANCY RAy Macon

WILSON, THERESA ELAINE Greenville

WINDHAM, JOAN CARROLL Greenville

WINDHAM, LYNDIA LOU Durham

WISEMAN, MARLA JO Clarkton

WOMACK, WILLIAM CLARK Greensboro

WOMBLE, JOSEPH EDWARD Plymouth

WOMBLE, SARAH LOUISE Nashville

WOOD, JUDITH EVELYN Roanoke Rapids

WOOD, RICHARD FISHER High Point

WOODARD, NANCY EVELYN Princeton

WOODARD, VICTORIA New Bern

WoODFIN, SANDRA GALE Hendersonville

WOODLEY, MARY RUTH Columbia

WOODSIDE, JERRY FORREST Durham

WOODROW, ROBERT SANDERSON San Jose, Costa Rica

WOKTHINGTON, STEVE MARTIN Winterville

WRIGHT, CAROLYN ANNE Portsmouth, Va.

WRIGHT, DANNY WADE Henderson

WRIGHT, LINDA GAY China Grove

WRIGHT, STERLING WILSON, JR. Charlotte

YATES, SAMUEL AMOS Asheboro

YOUNG, FORREST WAYNE Raleigh

YOUNG, JUDITH BETSY Benson

YOUNG, ROBERT ALLEN, JR. Greenville

"You see, I'm pure like you used to be."

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OUR ORGANIZATIONS

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Accomplishing common goals,

sharing a common religious

faith, or overcoming solitude

and consequent loneliness are

hut a few of the motives behind

the existence of our campus

organizations. Whatever the

reasons, our organizations create

much in the way of fellowship and

leadership to the extent that they

produce not only leaders but

democratic ideals which thrive on

respect for human thought.

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Precision swimming is a

part of Aquanymph activity

Ann Cates, President; Ann Weber,

Vice President; Sandy Snyder,

Secretary Harriett Paylor, Treasurer.

Aquanymphs

Under the supervision of Miss Gay

Hogan, staff member of the Physical

Education Department, the Aquanymphs

is a club open to female students who

are adaptable to water. Water ballet

and synchronized swimming were learned

by this group of thirty students.

Two water shows, one in the Fall and

the other in the Spring, were given by

this organization. Affiliated with the

Women's Recreation Association, the

Aquanymphs endeavor to develop the

skills of precision swimming.

Art Club

Composed of 171 members, the Art Club

sponsors art sales and exhibits,

visits to Art Museums in Raleigh and

Washington, D. C, and speakers on art

throughout the year. This organization

also presented an award to the Outstanding

Art Student of the Year, and recognized an

Art Student of the Month in the East Carolinian.

Organized in 1955. the Art Club has as its aim-

"to promote cultural advancement on the East

Carolina College campus and in the Greenville Community."

Louis Jones, Vice President; Willie Marlowe, Secretary;

Charles Guthrie, Treasurer; and Duffy Toler, President.

The Art Club promotes application as well as interest in the arts.

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Working for the education and well-being of

children, the Association for Childhood

Education is open to those persons majoring

in Primary or Grammar Education who have an

interest in the problems of childhood education.

As a part of their activities, the members of

the Association for Childhood Education sold

mums at Homecoming, sponsored the blazer sale,

and sent a delegate to the international study conference.

Dr. Lois Staton, the local advisor, was the vice

president of the State Association for Childhood Education.

Association for Childhood Education members listen

attentively to the advisor of the organization.

Judy Biggs, President; Belinda Smith, Treasurer; Judy Godwin,

Reporter; Marie Brewer, Secretary; Tweetie Land, Vice President.

Edward Lee, President; Ray Stevens, Vice President;>

and Doug Johnson, Secretary-Treasurer.

Buccaneer Sports Club members display their prized cars for exhibit.

Association for Childhood Education

Buccaneer Sports

A newly organized club on campus this year was the

Buccaneer Sports Car Club. Founded in the Spring of

1962, this extracurricular activity promotes the

sport of driving as an art and furthered group

interest in the realm of sports cars.

This organization organized several sports car

events which tested skill as well as speed.

In order to become a member, an individual must

be a sports car driver in the vicinity of Greenville.

Awards were given to members in individual events

that were sponsored by the local club.

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After dinner conversation is enjoyed by

members of the Circle K Club.

Bill Grubbs, Secretary; Buddy Wyatt,

Treasurer; Joe Flake, President.

Circle K Club

Cited as being the most active club in the Carolinas,

the Circle K Club participated in numerous campus and

community services. Among these activities were a campus

safety campaign, a book drive for the library, a fund

raising project for the stadium, and a talent show.

The club's twenty-eight members strive to build a better

tomorrow through service to others. Each year a fifty

dollar scholarship is given to a deserving student.

Since the Greenville Kiwanis Club sponsored the East

Carolina Chapter, the Circle K Club has also aided

them with their many activities.

Cosmopolitan Club

Specializing in relationships among the foreign students

on campus, the Cosmopolitan Club had social and cultural

activities for these individuals. Anyone who has a genuine

interest in the club is invited to join.

Parties, picnics, television programs and exhibitions were

the activities in which the twenty-four members of this

organization participated. In addition, the Cosmopolitan

Club had the distinction of being one of the newest clubs on campus.

Miss Catherine Labaume, member of the Department of Foreign Languages,

prepares bulletin boards with the aid of Cosmopolitan Club members.

John Bede. Historian; Carolyn Coker, Secretary; Fariborz Tabibzadeh,

President; and Ali Hoomani, Vice President.

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Janice Guyton, Secretary; Margaret MacKill, President;

Charlotte Jarman, Corresponding Secretary; Sandra Cobb,

Treasurer; Merle Summers, Vice President.

FBLA members announce, via mail, the plans and dates for

the annual high school typewriting contests, sponsored

jointly by them and the members of Pi Omega Pi.

Future Business Leaders of America

With the purpose, "to promote better understanding between

chapter members and the business world," the Omicron Chapter

of the Future Business Leaders of America has been organized

on this campus since September, 1953. Any student enrolled in the

School of Business as either a major or minor is eligible to join.

Along with participating in the social functions of a Valentine

Dance and a Spring Banquet, this organization has received several

distinguished awards. For two years, the Omicron Chapter has placed

second in the southern regional membership, first and second place

in Miss Future Business Executive, and first place in Mr. Future

Business Executive.

Home Economics Club

Meeting monthly, the Home Economics Club promoted the work of the

State Home Economics and the American Home Economics Associations,

and strengthened and coordinated the work of the Home Economics

Department of the College. One hundred and twenty-five coeds who

major in the department occupied membership in the club.

Activities for this organization this year consisted of sending

stockings to war widows in Japan, packaging gifts to CARE,

selling stationery and Christmas cards, and contributing

to the International Scholarship Fund.

Audrey Holloman, President; Carol Aldrige, Vice President;

Sylvia Secretary; and Rebecca Lupton, Treasurer.

Members find club activities educational as well as enjoyable.

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Ben Casey, Treasurer; Johnny Walston, vice President;

Bill Turner, President; and Donald Strickland, Secretary

Vice President; Bill Turner, President; and

A riotous initiation must be passed before members

are admitted into the Industrial Arts Club.

Industrial Arts CLub

Majors and minors in the Department of Industrial Arts

are eligible for membership in the Industrial Arts Club.

Among the purposes of this organization is the emphasis

on Industrial Arts in Eastern North Carolina and the

promotion of fellowship, professional interest,

and growth within the department.

Among their activities were a welcoming party for the

incoming freshmen, the presentation for the best decorated

dormitory at Homecoming, and the attendance at the North

Carolina Industrial Arts Fair. In addition, the club maintains

a loan fund which was available to members only.

Miss Vernie Wilder discusses new books owned by the Library

with members of the local Library Club.

Betty Daniels Secretary-Treasurer; Miss Emily Bovce, Advisor;

Jeanette Harris, President; Jackie Bullard, Reporter;

Howard Blanton, Vice President.

Modern Dance Club

Having as its purpose to encourage interest in the College

Library and its services to the field of Library Science,

the Library Club is open to any interested student.

This organization obtained a speaker for National Library

Week to speak on books and libraries. Another function of

the club for the 1962-1963 academic term was the publication

of "Opportunities in Librarianship." which is aimed at

recruiting college freshmen into the Department of Library Science.

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Members of the East Carolina Mathematics Club work

with crafts with principles of mathematics underlying.

Moye Waters, President; Mac Worthington and Anne Greene,

Vice Presidents; Melba Rhue, Secretary-Treasurer.

Mathematics Club

Founded locally in 1950, the Maria D. Graham Mathematics

Club strives to further an interest in mathematics and to

acquaint its members with various aspects of the field.

Membership is opened preferably to Mathematics majors and

minors and this year the club numbered approximately forty members.

Field trips, a Christmas party, and the annual Spring Banquet

were the highlights of the activities of the Mathematics Club.

This organization also presented an outstanding award to the

senior Mathematics major who had an outstanding scholastic

record in the field.

Modern Dance Club

Students interested in developing poise, grace, and agility

participated in the Women's Recreation Association-sponsored

Modern Dance Club this year. Open to both men and women

students, participation in the organization is a means of

conditioning the body and interpreting ideas through this media.

The big event for the organization's members was the annual

SGA-sponsored Musical. Student talent from the group found itself

being displayed in the many dances of the production,

"Once Upon A Mattress." Mrs. Betty Griffith of the Health

and Physical Education Department served as advisor.

Mrs. Griffith demonstrates for members of the Modern Dance Club.

As participants in the organization, these students learn

much about the intricacy of dance.

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John Patterson, Treasurer; Margaret DeLong, Secretary;

Tommy Stroud, Vice President; Jesse Holton, President;

Mrs. Ruth Shaw, Advisor

A favorite meeting place for members of the Music Education

National Conference is the Buccaneer Room. Many of the

organization's dinner meetings are held there.

Music Educators National Conference

Under the guidance of President Jesse Holton,

he Music Educators National Conference strives

to foster professional interest in music

teaching. Organized in 1958, the local chapter was

the 192nd chapter in the nation.

Requirements for membership include being a Music

major and specializing in Music Education. This club

met monthly and numbered approximately forty-two members.

John Patterson, Treasurer; Margaret DeLong, Secretary;

Tommy Stroud, Vice President; Jesse Holton, President;

Mrs. Ruth Shaw, Advisor.

A favorite meeting place for members of the Music Educators

National Conference is the Buccaneer Room. Many of the

organization's dinner meetings are held there.

Nurses Club

Nancy Compton, President; Merle Sugg, Vice President;

Jea nette Groet, Secretary; Carol Strickland, Historian.

Nurses Club members aid with circulars inviting

students to donate to the Mobile.

Composed of eighty nursing students, the Nurses Club

promotes professional and social unity among the student

nurses and served as a channel of communication between

the Nurses Club and the North Carolina and National Student

Nurses Associations. With the motto "The fame is nothing;

the deed is everything," the club is quite active in campus

activities. Making favors for the patients at Pitt Memorial

Hospital, helping with the Bloodmobile, and sending delegates to the

District and State Conventions are projects undertaken by this organization.

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President Patrick and Coach Carr pause for discussion on

the proposed activities of the organization.

D. L. Scott, Treasurer; Nancy Miller, Secretary; Gordon Patrick,

President; Patricia Dercole, Women's Program Chairman; Mike Senkier,

Men's Program Chairman.

Physical Education Club

Open to all persons interested in the purpose and ideals

of health, physical education, and recreation, the Physical

Education Club numbered three hundred and fifty for this year.

Active in sports clinics, this group also sent delegates to the

NCAHPER convention and sponsored an "All Sports Night'" for students.

Meeting three times each quarter, this organization received its

national charter in 1955. Since that achievement, four of its

members have held offices in the organization within North Carolina.

Psychology Club

Organized in 1959, the Psychology Club is open to all interested

persons in the realm of psychology. Promoting more interest in

the field of psychology or human behavior is the purpose

of this organization.

Meeting monthly with Dr. John R. Clark as advisor, this club

demonstrated handwriting analysis, brainwashing, and hypnosis.

Scheduled trips to points of psychological interest were

also a part of the club's numerous activities.

John Staton, President; Alan Penn, Treasurer; Noel Tisdale,

Vice President; and Katrina Crumpler, Secretary.

Dr. Clark exhibits psychology tests to members of the Club.

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Microscopes are useful for entertainment

as well as study purposes.

Carolyn Pierce, Vice President; Thomas Powell,

President; Shelvia Hardie, Treasurer.

Semper Fidelis Society

Promoting fellowship and brotherhood among former

Marines, future Marine officers, and active Marines

is the primary goal of the nineteen members of the

Semper Fidelis Society. Organized in the fall of

1962, this newly-formed club viewed films of a

combat nature so that the members could become aware

of the new concepts of weapons and welfare.

This organization is open to all individuals who are

former Marines, active Marines, or those enrolled in

a program for Marine officer training. During January,

members of this group helped the Marine Officer selection

team process interested students for the Marine Corps.

Science Club

Physics, chemistry, and biology are the three major

interests of the twenty-five members of the East

Carolina Science Club. These persons who are either

Science or Mathematics majors exchange ideas on science

and create a general interest in every phase of science.

Shackleford Banks was the destination of these members this

Spring. Guest speakers were obtained for the monthly meetings.

The Science Club also published a science journal jointly

with Chi Beta Phi, honorary science and mathematics fraternity.

Members of the Society aided in the distribution of Marine paraphanalia.

Bill Phelps, President; Mack Davis, Vice President;

Bill Spivey, Secretary-Treasurer.

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Dr. James Stewart, SAM advisor, and members of the organization confer

with one of the many guest speakers.

Bob Miller, President; Fred Lorbache, Secretary;

and Richard Cash, Treasurer.

Society for Advancement of Management

Guest speakers and field trips were on the agenda

for the twenty-five members of the Society for the

Advancement of Management. Because of the outstanding

membership increase, the local chapter has received

an award from the national organization. In order to

keep in contact with the chapter's doings, this

society published a monthly publication, the Sam-O-Gram.

Specializing in business management, this organization

"develops human resources and provides business with a

better product to train, mold, and refine." A member

must be a sophomore and have an overall "C" average.

Student National Education Association

A Christmas project, trips to district and state teachers

meetings, and the election of a Mr. and Miss Representative

Future Teacher were the items undertaken this year by the

Robert H. Wright Chapter of the Student National Education

Association. Through the efforts of the more than two

hundred and fifty members, the club also sponsored a

candidate for the Homecoming Queen and a float for the parade.

This organization provides opportunities for personal and

professional growth, development of leadership skills, understanding

of history, ethics, and programs at state and national levels.

Dr. Richard Spear discusses education with members of the

Education Association.

Judy Biggs, Treasurer; Nell Garner, Vice President; Betty Collier,

President; Newassa Taylor, Secretary.

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Gordon Patrick, President; Bill Vogel, Vice President;

Robert Folks, Secretary; Wyatt Bissett, Treasurer.

Weight Training Club

After only two years of organization, the Weight

Training Club made great strides in the activities

for the student body. Under the leadership of

President Gordon Patrick, this group organized

the use of the weight training room, taught classes

on physical fitness, and sponsored weight lifting meets.

Since the one hundred members have a sincere interest

in weight training and the related fields, their primary

objective is to develop good physical and mental culture.

Nancy Miller, Treasurer; Susan Clifton, President; Patricia

Dercole, Vice President; and Beronica Ray, Secretary.

Basketball is a favorite sport of the WRA group.

Women;s Recreation Association

Open to all women students of the College, the Women's

Recreation Association encourages the spirit of playing

intramural sports and promotes physical activities among

the student body. In addition, the WRA sponsors the

Modern Dance Club and the Aquanymphs.

Plans and projects for the year included a weiner roast

for the freshman coeds, intramural competition in tennis,

volleyball, basketball, Softball, archery, and badminton,

and an awards banquet.

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George Yelverton, Treasurer; Lenwood Simpson, President;

Sylvia Wallace, Vice President; and Margaret Parker, Secretary.

Young Republicans scan brochure on their party.

Lawrence Behr, President; Jackie Benton. Secretary;

Lenward Mac Jones, Treasurer.

Ann Frances Allen, State YDC Secretary, confers with State YDC

Preside Dave Reid of Greenville, and local club advisor, Dr. Kathleen Stokes.

Young Democrats Club

Specializing in the political aspects of the Democratic Party,

the Young Democrats Club meets twice each month to fulfill and

elaborate upon these ideals. Various speakers from the Democratic

Party visit these meetings to acquaint the student with the different

phases of political life.

Under the leadership of Lenwood Simpson, the club initiated a voters'

registration program with a house to house campaign and sent delegates

to the state convention. An organization of more than a hundred local

members, the East Carolina Young Democrats Club has been honored by the

naming of former President Anne Frances Allen to the post of State Secretary.

Complete reorganization has taken place in the Young Republicans Club, under

the leadership of President Lawrence Behr. As beforehand, the club strives

to uphold and promote the ideals of the Grand Old Party. An increase of

membership has resulted from the new vitality placed into the club.

Guest speakers were frequently on the agenda of the monthly meetings of

the YRC. In addition, the group was influential in obtaining Dr. Walter

Judd, renowned Republican leader, to lecture to the student body.

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TOP ROW: Noel Tisdale, Cherry Garris, Rosalie Vogel, Bebe Barrett,

Betty Collier, Jimmy Cannon, Robert Wheeler, Linwood Anderson,

Barbara Warren, Brenda Hardy, Kathrine Hollingsworth.

SECOND ROW: Katrina Crumpler, Donna Sumner, LuRay Mitchell,

Fran Gupton, Harlon McCaskill, Glenn Boyd, Carol McCullen,

Judy Seekler, Joyce Blizzard, Pat Weaver, Carolyn Freeman.

BOTTOM ROW: Ray Paul, Steve Alligood, Jimmy Soufas,

Jesse Arrogo, Tim Bagwell, John Thompson.

College Union

Glenn Boyd,College Union President

Sue Britt, Corresponding Secretary;

Don Kennedy, Games Committee Chairman;

Carol McCullen, Recording Secretary;

Harlan McCaskil], Reporter; Donna Sumner,

Special Projects Chairman; Bob Washer,

Vice President; Bebe Barrett, Fine Arts

Committee Chairman; and not pictured-Noel

Tisdale, Social Committee Chairman;

John Thompson, Publicity Committee Chairman;

George Whitehurst, Record and Dance Committee

Chairman; Ken Harris, Games Committee Chairman.

At East Carolina, the College Union is a place,

an organization, and a philosophy. It is a place

with facilities to serve the students, the faculty,

the staff, and the many visitors of the students

and the school. It is an organization of students

who volunteer to participate in committee planning

and work to stage social and recreational events for

the enjoyment of the college family. It is a philosophy

which proclaims that the raison d'etre of the College

Union on the campus of an institution for higher learning

is a part of the total education program of the institution,

providing opportunities for developing student leadership,

offering programs and services for leisure needs, demonstrating

acceptable social skills, and creating an atmosphere for

developing civic responsibility. This is the College Union.

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Fine Arts

Variety and precision are the principles underlying

the success of East Carolina Fine Arts organizations.

Twelve such groups, representing many phases of the arts,

perform both on and off campus with repeated achievement.

From recital to dramatic production, East Carolina continues,

with the times, to emphasize that which is a part of the Fine Arts.

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East Carolina's Marching Pirates

Football games, pep rallies, and the

Homecoming and Christmas parades benefit

from the work of Mr. Herbert Carter and

Mr. George Knight in connection with the

Marching Band. The one hundred and twenty

members of this musical organization also

play at other special events sponsored

by the College.

Mr. Herbert Car and Mr. George Knight discuss

their future plans for another stirring halftime show.

Precision marching, proper timing, and exact formation

are an intergal aspect of the halftime shows which are

performed by the Marching Band.

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Members of the brass section of the

Marching Band perform during one of

the halftime foot- ball shows.

East Carolina Majorettes: Chief Elizabeth

Rogers, Given Harrell Carol Needham, Judy

Wagstaff, Rhonda Bisecker, Peggy Honeycutt

and Brenda Crowell.

White flags dot the football field as the

majorettes display their twirling talents.

With hands held high, the majorettes led by

Elizabeth Rogers show that a musical number

has concluded.

Two rows deep, the Marching Band fikes off the

field after completing a successful show.

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Symphonic Band

MR. HERBERT CARTER Director

Tours, the annual Christmas Assembly,

and several concerts are a part of

the agenda of the Symphonic Band each

year. Seventy-five students compose this

group which is led by Mr. Herbert Carter.

In addition, the Symphonic Band participates

in the Contemporary Music Festival.

Mr. Herbert Carter directs the rehearsals of

the Symphonic Band for thier Winter Concert.

Betty Jo Gaskin tunes the harp while Mr. Carter

and the Symphonic Band waits patiently.

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Members of the string section tune up for

one of the annual concerts of the College Orchestra.

Consisting of approximately sixty members and

representing the students, professors, and townspeople,

the College Orchestra provides a high level of entertainment

under the direction of Mr. David Serrins. An annual Spring

Concert and a concerto program are on the calendar for this

musical organization.

MR. DAVID SERRINS Director

"Once Upon A Mattress," received the musical

talents of the College Orchestra.

East Carolina College Orchestra

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College Choir

These four bass voices practice many

hours before the concert music is perfected.

MR. GORDON JOHNSON Director

Membership in the College Choir is open to

the entire student body and may be granted

through auditions. Directed by Mr. Gordon

Johnson, this musical body participates in

the Christmas Assembly, the Contemporary

Music Festival, and the Southern Division of

Music Educators Conference at Charleston.

West Virginia. Forty-six persons are in the choir.

The tours and concerts of College Choir require

continuous rehearsals and practices.

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Chapel Choir

MR. GEORGE KNIGHT Director

Demonstrating at various workshops and

singing at the weekly Chapel Services

are the two primary functions of the

Chapel Choir under the direction of

Mr. Carl Hjortsvang. Sixty students who

pass the audition test are members of the

choir. Other activities include several

concert and television appearances.

MR. CARL HJORTSVANG Director

Varsity Band

Under the direction of Mr. George Knight,

the Varsity Band annually gives two concerts,

one in the Winter and the other in the Spring.

Fifty students from all areas of study are

included in this band. The only prerequisite for

membership is at least three years of instrumental

music in high school.

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Men's Glee Club

MR. CHARLES STEVENS Director

An interest in choral singing is the

only requirement for membership in

the Men's Glee Club. Sixty-two

individuals compose this entertaining

facet of the School of Music. Performances

for the club include the District NCEA

Meeting, the Christmas Assembly,

and the annual concerts.

Open to all women students who have a good

clear tone quality, the ability to sing in

tune, and a degree of music reading, the

Women's Glee Club is directed by Miss Beatrice

Chauncey. Meeting twice weekly, this group has

approximately forty members and participates

in various concerts throughout the year.

MISS BEATRICE CHAUNCEY Director

Women's Glee Club

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College Singers

Composed of ten singers, this collegiate

group performs a variety of music including

folk songs, and classical renditions.

The College Singers give a Christmas Concert

and perform for various radio and television

programs. Members are chosen from the student

body through the process of audition.

MR. DAN VORNHOLT Director

MR. CARL STOUT Director

Women's Chorus

Acting primarily as a training choir,

the Women's Chorus has forty members.

Under the direction of Mr. Carl Stout,

this group meets twice weekly and performs

at special college assemblies. Participation

in this organization may be counted as

an academic subject.

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Opera Workshop presented

The School of Music and the Playhouse combined

talents for the Opera Workshop. Presenting one

opera each year, the workshop also experiments

in contemporary operas. Gian-Carlo Menotti's

"The Old Maid and the Thief," feature opera of

last year, was revived for a northeast tour

sponsored by the USO. The fast moving comic

opera directed by Gene Strassler was seen by

service personnel in Laborador, Iceland,

Greenland, and Newfoundland.

In the dual east, the maid, Alison Moss,

giggles with enjoyment as Martha Bradner

and Bonnie Currin stand back in amazement.

The vagabond, Jerold Teachey, tries the

drink as a means of charming the old maid.

Gossip seems to be a common means of

communication. A tea party seems like a

probable scene for the latest news. In an

opera, a gossip session can be quite interesting.

A quick change for Jerold Teachey means help

from the two old maids. On the USO tour, any

kind of change in Newfoundland would be highly

uncomfortable.

The Old Maid and the Theif

As the "other" maid in the dual cast,

Anne Vickery and Jane Murray join Bonnie

Currin in the "other" tea party. The alternate

cast, as in "The Old Maid and the Thief,"

offered more students the opportunity to perform.

Featured Northern Tour

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East Carolina Playhouse

In its twenty-fourth year on campus,

the East Carolina Playhouse has as

its primary aim the training and

acquaintance of the students with the

theatre. Experience gained through the

playhouse ranges from acting to set construction.

Officers of the Playhouse for 1962-63 were

Gerald Harrell, treasurer; Clyde Putnam, vice

president; Loretta Foster, secretary; and

Minnie Gaster, president.

Allan Holcombe, technical assistant, and

Ray Walker adjust a door unit for the Kermit

Hunter premiere, "The Faithful Lightning."

Dancers in Shakespeare's "The Merchant of

Venice" pose for the photographer. Betty Rose

fith was the choreographer for this playhouse production.

Dressed in elaborate costumes, Antonio Cleveland

Bradner) and Shylock (Larry Griffin) depict a tense moment.

Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice

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Guys and Dolls

"Guys and Dolls," a musical fable from

Broadway which swept sophisticated New

York audiences off their feet when it

opened in 1950, was presented on McGinnis

stage as the twelfth SGA sponsored musical.

Donald Hayes was musical director and Mrs.

Lois Garren served as director of production

and choreography.

Based on stories by Damon Runyan, this musical

had twenty-six singers and dancers in the show.

The sets were executed and designed by William Rackley.

Nathan Detroit (David Miller) and Adelaide (Sue Little)

talk at the "Hot Box," a night club where she entertains.

At the opening of the show, street walkers (Charlotte Donat

and Minnie Gaster) try lure Lou D'Ambrosia, Jerry Van Dyke,

and Otis Strother, the members of the "gang."

In the Hot Box Club, the chorus line led by de performs

the show stopper, "Take Back Your Mink."

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Guys and Dolls

The sewer of New York seemed a safe place for

"the game" as the gang climaxed the scene with

the song, "Luck Be A Lady Tonight."

Led by Brannigan, (Mickey Averette) the line-up

shows the typical characters that inhabit Skid

Row of New York. The unique backdrops of somewhat

local billboards add to the scenery.

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Sky Masterson (Ed Jones) throws dice for

the souls of the gang. His main aim is to

win the heart of a certain mission worker.

A soul searching session at the mission

resulted from the crap game in the sewer.

Sarah Brown (Betsy Bullard), second from

the right, is that certain worker.

The audience's reaction at the end of the

brated their success at a cast party.

The cast and crew later celebrated their

success at a cast party.

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Cleveland Bradner, a friend of U Po Lone,

disusses the prominent governmental official.

Directed by Dr. J. A. Withey, the American

premiere of the "Wages of Sin*' was presented

by the East Carolina playhouse. Written by U Nu

of Burma, this play is a political drama depicting

the world problem of the Communist threat to the

democratic form of government.

Many Burmese guests came from the several colleges

and universities in this country. U On Sein, Burmese

Ambassador to the United States, was the honored guest.

In addition, the co-ordinator for the costuming and

make-up was Daw Mya Sein. former United Nations

representative from Burma.

U Po Lone (Albert Diketl bestows many gifts upon

his mistress played by Shirley Morse.

U On Sein Daw Tin Sein Daw Mya Sein

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Two messengers (Larry Murphy and Don Miller) relay

the bizarre tragedy of ieir children to J. B.

(Brad Weisiger) and Sarah (Cassandra Drake).

At the beginning of the play, J. B. and his family

are the portrait of the perfect American household.

After the atomic blast, a touch ot humor was added

by six old women who befriended J. B.

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Sara pleads with God to tell her why these disasters

of death, famine, and poverty have happened to them.

Following the death of their children, Sarah and J. B.

are left alone to console each other.

Opening the 1962-63 season. "J. B." brought to the

campus a new kind of play. The story of the modern Job

by Archibald Mac-Leish utilized every dramatic

motivation to present its situation.

"J. B." marked the first direction at East Carolina

College by Edgar Loessin. Also joining the production

staff was John Sneden as technical director.

Clyde Putnam portrays Satan.

Bob Allen plays God.

Portraying a priest, a philosopher and a psychiatrist,

comforters (Ben Avery, Allan Holcomhe and Gerald Harrell)

give conflicting views concerning J. B.'s destiny.

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ONCE UPON A MATTRESS

Domineering Queen Aggravain (Lucille Dew)

points that "diamond studded" finger at

her mute husband (Gerald Harrell).

"One pea under twenty soft downy mattresses"

is the test before Wini (Minnie Caster)

could marry the prince. Melinda Gausby, as

the bird, to lullaby the princess to sleep.

The New York production that brought comedienne

Carol Burnett to fame. "Once Upon a Mattress,"

was the 1963 SGA Musical. This sprightly comedy

was based on the familiar fairy tale about a

princess' test of sensitivity. The production

was directed by Edgar Loessin.

Princess number twelve (Carolyn Barnes) attempts

the unreasonable Queen's test but like her

predecessors, she also fails

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ONCE UPON A MATTRESS

Dauntless (Brett Watson) proves to the court that

his Princess Winnifred is really a true Princess

in one of the musical scores, "F-R-E-D."

JOHN BERRY The Court Minstrel

BRYAN BENNET The Court Jester

CAROLYN BARNES Princess Number Twelve

DR. GEORGE COOK Court Wizard

BONNIE CURRIN Lady Larkin

JEROLD C. TEACHEY Sir Harry

In Winnifred's dressing room, she sings

about her previous "Swamps of Home.'

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Court dancers entertain at the Queen's Court

for their new guest, Princess Winnnifred.

Technical staff, John Sneden, Technical Director;

Betty Rose Griffith, Choreographer; Edgar Loessin,

Direcotr; and Gene Strassler, Musical Director discuss

problems concerning the musical.






Military

Military life on the campus is Air Force Reserve

Officers Training Corps. Within this group, other

military organization function such as the Arnold

Air Society, the Angel Flight, and the Drill Team.

Air Force blue is the traditional attire of these

young cadets who don their uniforms every Tuesday

and Thursday to learn more about our competitive

world of tomorrow.

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AFROTC

Producing quality junior officers to meet the

needs of the United States Air Force, the

Reserved Officers Training Corps was started

at the College in 1946 and now has an enrollment

of approximately 300 cadets. These men are organized

into a group which is composed of two squadrons.

Successful completion of this four year program

results in the cadets being commissioned as second

lieutenants in the United States Air Force. These

graduates become the leaders of tomorrow's Air Force.

Cadet colonels for the ROTC this year were Grover C.

Norwood, Gerald V. West, and Douglas C. Robinson.

ROTC squadrons and group cadet officers have led the

cade through a successful year of training.

Recipients of the Distinguished Cadets Awards were Major

Gus Childress Colonel Carroll Norwood, Major Dan Rouse,

and Major Bill Trower.

Skill, Precision, and Leadership

The eight flights of the Reserved Officers Training Corps

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Captain Joe Flake, Colonel Gerald West, and Major William

a Trower plan a cross country flight for the cadets.

ROTC newspaper, "The Tiger," is edited by James Tant,

Joe Angelo, and James Willis.

Preparations for a well-dressed cadet eludes

the measuring of the uniforn

Members of the Flight Instruction Program make final

check for their cross country flight.

Are Developed in ROTC

..line up in formation for the twice weekly drills.

Cadet John Pentacost "learns the ropes" as he reports

to Captain Joe Flake.

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As the official auxiliary organization for the Arnold

Air Society, the Angel Flight aids the Reserved Officers

Training Corps in numerous activities such is collecting

money for the annual Marchathon. In addition, these coeds

serve as hostesses for the Cadet Ball and sponsor weekly

coke parties for the cadets. The flight is commanded by

Miss Marjorie Harrington.

Sponsored by the Arnold Air Society, the Drill Team is

open to any member of the Air Force ROTC. Traditionally,

the Drill Team stages a Marchathon during January. This

action is for the benefit of the March of Dimes. In addition,

numerous parades are always on the agenda for this group.

Each spring, the Drill Team competes in the Area Drill Competition.

ROTC Organizations

Composed of and controlled by selected Air Force Reserved

Officers Training Corps members, the Arnold Air Society

is a national student organization. There are 170 Arnold

Air Societies located at various colleges and universities

throughout the United States. This society is headed by a

national staff and its members represent leading ROTC cadets.

Colonel Gerald V. West is the commander of the squadron at

East Carolina College.

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Publication

Four student publications are present on the campus of

East Carolina College. Financed through the Student

Government Association, these news media provide the

faculty, the students, and the alumni with a thorough

knowledge of the school. There is a history in the form

of the BUCCANEER: a medium of current news in the "East

Carolinian"; a literary- work in the "Rebel": and a guide

book in the "Key." Over one hundred students are involved

in the editing, typing, and planning of these publications.

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WALTER C. FAULKNER Editor

ELEANOR R. POOLE Copy Editor

Operating on a budget of approximately forty

thousand dollars, the BUCCANEER, the East

Carolina College yearbook, is distributed to

the student body each spring. In this publication,

a history of the previous year is given. Many

long hours of labor done during the Summer.

Fall, and Winter go into this memory book.

Each vear the editor is selected by the Publications..

The 1963 Buccaneer Staff

Becky Willis Joyce Sigmon Lib White

Martha Thompson Gerald Harrell Shirley Brown Sue Whittle

Nannie Davis Ann Stephens

Gerald Harrell Shirley

Nannie Davis Ann Stepln

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S. GALE KOONCE Business Manager

TED WHITMYER Assistant Business Manager

Board and then the editor plans, supervises, and selects

the material for the upcoming product. Staff membership

is open to all interested students and is selected by

the editor. In turn, top positions, which usually carry

salaries, are filled by members with previous experience.

A history, a collection of ideas-this is the BUCCANEER.

RONNIE L. NEAL Assistant Business Manager

TONY R. BOWEN Managing Editor

The 1963 Buccaneer Staff

Joan Wetherington Anne Riddick Carolyn Coker Doris Hoover

JOHNNY MacDIARMID Sports Editor

CARROLL KORNEGAV Assistant Sports Editor

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Candace Stephany Carolyn Coker Mary Watson Helen Jennings

JUNIUS D. GRIMES, III Editor

KEITH HOBBS Business Manager

JEAN ALLEN Managing Editor

JIM FORSYTHE Associate Editor

HERB WILLIAMS Editorial Assistant

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Brenda Canipe David Entzminger Melisia Wallace Lorna Nutter

The 1963 East Carolinian Staff

Published twice weekly, the campus newspaper

endeavors to keep the students, faculty, and

alumni aware of the campus happenings. Group

activities, editorials, sports, and interesting

events at other colleges are reported via the

EAST CAROLINIAN.

This newspaper operates on a budget of approximately

fifteen thousand dollars and entails much work for

the final product which is dis-tributed by Theta

Chi Fraternity.

A member of the Associated Collegiate press and the

Carolinas Collegiate Press Association, the EAST

CAROLINIAN is the voice of the students.

BILL WEIDENBACHER Photographer

ART PLATT Photographer

RON DOWDY Sports Editor

SANDEE DENTON Subscription Editor

LINDA ROBBINS Layout

SHARON McKEAN Layout

FRIEDA WHITE Layout

NANNIE DAVIS Layout

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The Key

TONY R. BOWEN Editor

In an attempt to inform incoming students of organizations, policies

and activities of East Carolina College and to serve as a handy reference

book. The Key is published and edited by staff selected during Winter Quarter.

Work was begun immediately and completed in the Summer, thus making possible

distribution during Orientation Week.

As with the other three College publications, the editor is selected by vote

of the Publication Board. A staff is selected, at his discretion. In an effort

to create a quality publication for 1962-1963, the staff was increased in number

and carefully chosen.

For the first time in the history of the handbook, color photography was used to

enhance the beauty of and interest in The Key. More photographs, increasing copy,

and a new look was added to make it a popular "Frosh Bible" and "Campus Encyclopedia."

SANDRA WADDILL Circulation Manager

BECKY WILLIS Exchange Editor

GAYLE STRICKLAND Proofreading Editor

HARLAN McCASKILL Managing Editor

GLADYS CAPEL Copy Editor

ELEANOR POOLE Associate Editor

NANCY ROBERTS Associate Editor

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The Rebel

The first publication on the campus to

receive an All American rating, the

REBEL strives to make the student body

aware of the literary talents on campus.

Known throughout the state and the South

for its literary value, this magazine

welcomes contributions from students.

Published once each quarter, the magazine

contains interviews with famous cultural

persons, art work, poems, and stories from

faculty members and students. A book review

section is also included in the REBEL. Like

all the student publications, the staff is

open to all interested persons.

JUNIUS D. GRIMES, III Editor

SUE ELLEN HUNSUCKER Associate Editor

WANDA DUNCAN Business Manager

Larry Blizzard Louise Jones Duffy Toler

Milton Crocker Joyce Crocker Ray Rabourn

Judy Sullivan Faye Nelson

Staff

Junius D. Grimes, III Editor

Sue Ellen Hunsucker Associate Editor

Wanda Duncan Business Manager

Milton Crocker Editorial Assistant

Larry Blizzard Artist

Duffy Toler Artist

Louis Jones Artist

Faye Nelson Advertising Manager

Joyce Crocker Proofreader

Judy Sullivan Typist

ray Rabourn Typist

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Dr. Leo W. Jenkins

Dr. James H. Tucker Chairman

Dr. Robert L. Holt

Dr. Clinton Prewett

Publications Board

Composed of administrative officials,

student editors and business managers

of the publications, and members-at-large

elected by the SGA, the Publication Board acts

as an official council of the college. Through this

group contracts are let, editors are selected, salaries

are set, and plans for the publications are approved

for the four students publications. The Publications

Board serves as an advisory body as well as a supervisory group.

Junius D. Grimes, III Keith Hobbs Dr. Francis R. Adams

Tony R. Bowen Miss Janice Hardison

Wanda Duncan Mr. Ovid Pierce

Walter C. Faulkner

Dr. John C. Ellen

Miss Gwen Potter

S. Gale Koonce

Tom Mallison Merle Summers Valerie Hodgson Thomas Mee

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Religious Group

An important aspect of a student's life is his

religious beliefs. Approximately twenty churches

in Greenville open their doors to the college

student. In order to add to this spiritual

opportunity, various religious organizations

designed especially for the student are on the

campus. Nine such groups are here to aid the student

through the religious realm of his four years of college life.

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Audrey Porter, Secretary; Bobby Chappel, Treasurer;

Brenda Painter, Vice President; George Patrick; President.

Baptist Student Union

Organized at East Carolina in 1935. the Baptist Student

Union endeavors to be a link between the college student

and his home church. Every Monday and Wednesday nights,

the Baptist students gather for forums, supper, and vespers.

The Baptist Student Center is open at all times to the student.

Activities of this group for the year were several retreats,

the formation of service teams to churches within the community,

the attendance at the annual BSU convention, and the participation

in the Student Missions Confer- ence at Southeastern Baptist

Theological Seminary.

Canterbury Club

This Episcopal group strives to offer an opportunity to those

who wish to mature their religious experience on a college level.

Membership is open to all interested persons. For married students

there is the Canterbury Couples division, and for members of the

faculty, a Faculty Fellowship. Representatives of this organization

take part in the Inter-Religious Council. Weekly meetings are held

at St. Paul's Episcopal Church.

Religious dramas are often potrayed by student actors

at the Baptist Student Union located on Eigth Street.

Episcopal students take communion.

Bulletin board work always has a place in every

organization; the Canterbury Club is no exception.

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Cakes, pies, and barbecue-this is what the students

in the Free Will Fellowship enjoy for a meal.

Kenneth Proctor, President; Linda Cherry,

Vice President; Barbara Pittman, Secretary.

Free Will Baptist Fellowship

From the year 1948. this group has endeavored to

promote Christian Fellowship and to offer a weekly

period of worship and Christian instruction. Under

the guidance of Reverend R. B. Crawford the

organization, consisting of forty members, plans an

annual Valentine Banquet and a Spring quarter weiner

roast for its members.

King Youth Fellowship

The King Youth Fellowship, founded in 1955, is an

organization which allows for the development of

spiritual, social, and leadership qualities. Until

this year the ECC group was the only organization of

the Pentecostal Holiness denomination in the colleges

of the United States. This year the alumni of the group

were given a Homecoming Party in the form of an Hawaiian

Luau. In the Winter Quarter, an annual Valentine's Banquet

set the scene for members and guests, and annual retreats

are planned for the Spring.

Sandwiches and cakes constitute snack time at the Y-Hut

during a King Youth Fellowship.

Barbara Tengan and Buford Kaylor, Board Members; Glenn Bailey,

President; Edith Tyndall, Secretary-Treasurer; and Johnny

Hedgepeth, Vice President.

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Singing hymns is a favorite of the members of the Lutheran group.

Brenda Kluttz, Secretary-Treasurer; Helen Kallio, President;

Mrs. Mildred Derrick, Advisor; Miss Pat Benson, Advisor.

Lutheran Student Association

To provide fellowship among Lutheran students, several

projects are underway for the current year. First is the

participation of the group in supervising small children

related to the adult members of the congregation. Second

are the annual Fall and Spring Retreats at Pamlico Sound.

Third, the group annually prepares a booth for the Spring

Carnival. Also of much interest to the members is the

Luther Ridge Assembly of Associations from college campuses

throughout the Southeastern states. Weekly meetings are held

in the campus Y-Hut.

Newman Club

Another fulfilling year has been had by members of the

Newman Club. The organization, an association of Catholic

students, is a nation-wide organization. The purposes of

the club are to promote social activities in a spiritual

manner, to learn more about the Catholic faith, and to

worship in a rightful way. In order to fulfill these

purposes, the Newman Club meets each week in the campus-

located Y-Hut. The Mardi Gras and other such activities

found the Newman group an active participant.

Informal panel discussions benefit the student of the Newman

Club in exploring and learning more about their faith.

Carole Hornung, Tom Jordan, Father Spillan, John Heery.

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Jim Smith, President; Shirley Hanes; Ola Mae Bundy;

Betsy Brandon; Jean Woodson, Secretary; Alan Nance;

Ben Cox; Jim Hobbs, Director; and Bill Joseph, Treasurer.

Three Methodist young people engage in a game of chess

prior to the weekly meeting.

Lynda Hunning, Vice President; Pat Farrior, Secretary;

Betsy Bryant, Vice President; Judy Biggs, Treasurer;

Murray Alford, President; and Jim Biggs, Reporter.

Wesley Foundation

The 1962-1963 year has been one of emphasis on

study groups and communication with the fine arts

for the Wesley Foundation. Under the dominion of

the Methodist Church, this foundation has experienced

much growth through the weekly programs of worship,

communion, and Bible classes. Through these media, the

Methodist students on campus have learned to be of service,

to witness, and to gain knowledge in the Christian realm of life.

Westminster Fellowship

This Presbyterian organization maintains as its purpose

that the calling to be God's people while part of a

college community might be more clearly understood and

more vitally realized in the lives of students. As its

projects the large group of ninety students has been

active in Fall and Spring Retreats, sponsored a Greenville

Sunday School for colored children, and collected money,

books, and clothes to be sent to Taejon College in Korea.

Of the group which assembles twice weekly, two members have

served on the Synod Westminster Council.

Betsy Bryant prepares the delicious meal her fellow members

od the Westminster are to enjoy.

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Carol Horning; Barbara Tengan; Helen Kallio, President; Sylvia

Wallace; Brenda Painter; Quinn Davis; Rev. Dwight Fickling;

Charles Rose; John J. Heery, Vice President; Brandon McDaniel;

Mr. D. D. Gross, Advisor; Rev. James L. Hobbs.

Inter-Religious Council

Formed in order to draw the members of the

various religious organizations closer together,

the Inter-Religious Council works in conjunction

with the student organizations and the Religious

Advisory Council. This governing body is composed

of student representatives of the Student Christian

Association and denominational organizations on the

campus.

Together with the Religious Advisory Council, the

Inter-Religious Council plans Religious Emphasis Week

which is held in the Fall. Mr. D. D. Gross, director of

Religious Activities, serves as the advisor.

Members enjoy a coffee break at a monthly meeting.

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Student Government Association

Based on three branches-the executive, the legislative,

and the judicial-The Student Government Association

continues to guide the student body of the College.

Under the leadership of Tom Mallison, the members of the

1962-1963 Student Government Association have once again

supervised the selling of class rings, the handling of

publicity for student entertainment, and the procuring of

entertainment for the College community.

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Student Government Association

Each individual as a student at the College is automatically

a member of the Student Government Association. Through this

organization, the student body, faculty, and administration

communicate with each other. They consistently hold evaluating

committees, change the constitution, or eliminate certain

out-dated rules.

As well as a communicating media, the Student Government

Association provides the College with entertainment both

in the cultural and popular fields. Highlights for 1963

included the Jose Molina Dancers, Brailowsky, the Smothers

Brothers and the Limelighters. The Homecoming festivities

were also supervised and directed by the SGA and were

climaxed with a Queen's Coronation Pageant and a Homecoming

Dance with the Lester Lanin Orchestra. In addition, the annual

musical, "Once Upon a Mattress," was financed with SGA funds.

TOM MALLISON, President

BILL EYERMAN, Vice President

ANN ADKINS, Historian

DAVID SHEARIN, Assistant Treasurer

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Tom Scott, Berk Stephens, Bob Washer,

Barbara Schwab, Jim Chesnutt, Tom Mallison, Bill Eyerman,

Ann Adkins, David Chearin, Mack Worthington.

Officers and Council head Organization

JIM CHESNUTT, Treasurer

The finale of a year's work in this organization is the

election of officers for the following year. Officers for

the association, the classes, and the dormitories are

directed through the auspices of the SGA. Executive,

legislative, and judicial positions are elected and these

individuals in turn plan the program for the student body

for the next year.

A media between students and faculty, an organization which

provides for the students, and a machine for student politics

-this is the Student Government Association of East Carolina College.

Barbara Schwar, Secretary

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A body of approximately fifty students supervises the

work of the Student Government Association. This group

is called the Student Senate. Meeting on Monday nights

except the first one of each month, the Student Senate

convenes to hear reports from its standing committees

and various other ones appointed by the president. In

addition, the executive council of this governing branch

meets once each month. The Student Senate is subject to

call any time at the request of the president of the SGA.

Student Senate Serves as the...

Ann Adkins, SGA Historian

Tony R. Bowen, THE KEY Editor

Jim Barefoot, Aycock Hall Representative

Billy Braswell, Sophomore Senator

Marie Brewer, Jan is Hall Representative

Kathy Cauble, Freshman Class Secretary

Jim Chesnutt, SGA Treasurer

Linda Cox, Woman's Hall Representative

Markey Deese, Gotten Hall Representative

Carol Dougherty, Sophomore Senator

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Keith Douglas, Freshman Class Vice President

Bill Evennan, SGA Vice President

Walter C. Faulkner. BUCCANEER Editor

Junius D. Grimes III, REBEL and EAST

CAROLINIAN Editor

Bill Goodwin, External Affairs Chairman

Frances Gupton, Freshman Senator

Valerie Hodgson, Day Student Senator

Georgia Grey Hooks, Fleming Representative

Giles Hopkins, Senior Class President

Gary Idol, Junior Senator

Patricia Kennedy, Wilson Hall Representative

Jo Nell Kerley, Senior Senator

Norman Lieberman, Jones Hall Representative

Margaret Mackill, Junior Senator

Tom Mallison, SGA President

Nancy Moody, Slay Hall Representative

Bill Moore, Entertainment Chairman

Robert Nelson, New Dorm Representative

Celia Orr, Vmstead Hall Representative

Johnny Parker, Junior Class Vice President

Audrey Porter, Ragsdale Hall Representative

Brenda Reges, ID Card Chairman

Barbara Ryan, Senior Senator

Barbara Schwab, SGA Secretary

Tom Scott, Freshman Class President

David Shearin, SGA Assistant Treasurer

Woody Shepherd, Elections Chairman

Cathy Shesso, Special Events Chairman

Ed Smith, Productions Chairman

Berk Stephens, Sophomore Class President

Ray Stevens, Junior Senator

Merle Summers, Publications Board Representative

Jean Townsend, Garrett Hall Representative

Pat Waff, Publicity Chairman

Emmett Ward, Freshman Senator

Mary Ann Watson, Junior Senator

Steve Watson, Sophomore Class Vice President

Matilda West, Jarvis Hall Representative

Charles Williams, Senior Senator

Dr. James H. Tucker, Dean of Student Affairs

Legislative Organ of the SGA

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Varied Activities

Pretty Cathy Shesso prepared an extensive wardrobe

for the Azalea Festival in 1962. Cathy represented

the College as Azalea Princess from East Carolina.

Dr. Leo W. Jenkins poses with honored guests at the

dedication of Umstead Hall.

Entertainment of such calibre as the Brubeck Quartet

appear frequently, sponsored by the SGA.

Student Senate members listen attentively to debate

before the previous question is called.

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Are Among Student Government Work

The "paper penny campaign" sponsored by Liggett and Myers

Tobacco Company played a dominant part in the activities of

many interested SGA members. Collecting, counting, and the

"big pay off" became routine activity.

Financial matters prove to be big problem in the work of SGA

treasurers and assistant treasurers.

This typical shot of John Garriss explains the number of hours

involved in editing a publication.

Summer School SGA President Bill Eyerman and President Leo Jenkins

accept the first "pay off" of the L & M campaign.

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Rusty Sherrill; Oran Perry; M. B. Godbold; Henry Cantrell, Vice Chairman;

Bob washer, Chairman; Lawrence Snead, Secretary-Treasurer, Bill Carroll;

Doug Langston.

Men's Judiciary

Composed of officers elected in the Spring and the house

president, the Women's Judiciary handles the various

problems encountered by the women students. A council

based on the demerit and restriction system, the Judiciary

strives to correct and punish the wrongdoings as stated in

the handbook. Elizabeth Glover served the judicial body as

chairman for 1962-1963.

Women's Judiciary

Formed to give the students a voice in the punishment of their

peers, the 1962-1963 Men's Judiciary is headed by Bob Washer.

Meeting once a week, the court prescribes reprimands and punishments

for the men who do not behave as the College requests them. Serious

offenses are referred to a Discipline Committee, composed of both

students and faculty.

Jean Bell, Ronnie Gay, Elizabeth Glover, Joan Wetherington,

Jackie Hammond, Jacqueline Pettigrew, Lynda Lewis, Nancy Freeman.

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ELIZABETH CLOVER, Chairman

BOB WASHER, Chairman

This scene us typical of the cases tried before the Men's

and Women's Judiciaries.

Janice Taylor, Kay Yow, Judy Redfern, Tomye Suggs, Linda

Slaughter, Sharon Sullivan, Barbara Johnson, Cynthia Holt.

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Lee Joyner, Treasurer; Jim Mahan, Vice President; Oran Perry,

President; Tom Jones, Secretary; Doug Langston; Ray Stevens;

Bob Nelson; George Sherman; Jerry Tolley; Jerry Otey; Jim

Barefoot; George Way; Norman Lieberman; Frank Gill; Richard

Wood; Gerald West; Larry Upchurch; Gill Grippen; Ike Southerland.

ORAN PERRY President

Inter-Dormitory council

Approved by the Student Government Association and the

Administration, the Inter-Dormitory Council was organized

to promote and maintain an efficient system of student

government in the College residence halls. In addition,

this organization fosters a wholesome program of social

activities and aids in the fraternal relationships among

male dormitory residents.

A vital branch of the Inter-Dormitorv Council is its court

system which has jurisdiction over all rules governing

conduct in the dormitories and in cases involving dormitory

property. Fifteen members compose the council and five

students are in the court. Officers are elected by the council

members themselves.

Oran Perry, Chairman;

Ray Stevens; Doug Langston,

Clerk of Court; Gerald West;

Frank Gill.

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Gary Idol, Vice President; Bill Goodwin, Secretary;

Bill Eyerman, President; and Tom Mall Treasurer.

Summer School

Student Government Association

With approximately three thousand students enrolled

first session and two thousand second session, the

Summer School Student Government Association was led

by President Bill Eyerman. During the 1962 session,

five delegates were sent to the National Student

Association Congress held in Ohio. Dr. Leo W. Jenkins

was the keynote speaker at the conference. In addition,

the Liggett and Myers project was continued and the

Entertainment Series was highlighted by the appearance

of Johnny Nash and the Ramsey Lewis Trio. The Summer

School Student Government Association operates under a

separate budget and constitution from the regular term SGA.

Ann Morris, Jean Bell, Lynda Lews, Royce Tart, Tom Mallison,

Gary Idol, Bill Eyerman Dr. James H. Tucker, Ronnie Neal,

Gale Koonce, Alan Penn, Cindy Sturdivant.

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Our Greek

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Congeniality in close fellowship seems to be the dominant

theme that prevails among the "sisters" and "brothers" who

work together, play together, and live together, in

fraternity and sorority life. It is through the various

fraternities and sororities, that the need to belong,

to develop self-esteem, and to achieve self-recognition is

accomplished. "Brothers" and "sisters" learn the satisfaction

of service and the joy of mutual association; they share the

uncertainty of the pledge period and die triumph after initiation.

Deep and lasting friendships grow.

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Inter-Fraternity council

BLARNIE TANNER President

KEN MOORE Vice President

MICKEY CONKLIN Secretary

PETE HUMPHRIES Treasurer

Ten social fraternities constitute the male

aspect of Greek life at the College. Each of

these organizations are represented in the

Inter-Fraternity Council by three individuals

from its group. Rushing, bidding, and Greek

Weekend are the problems faced bv the council.

Mr. Jim Mallory, Dean of Men

and Advisor to the Inter-

Fraternity Council, presents

Gene Home of Kappa Alpha the

Board of Trustees Award for

Campus and Civic Service.

Gallup, Steve, Pres., Alpha Epsilon Pi

Nunn, Michael, Pres., Delta Sigma Phi

Horne, Gene, Pres., Kappa Alpha

Hood, Bobby, Pres., Pi Kappa Phi

Willoughby, Ray, Pres., Pi Kappa Alpha

Humphrey, Ashley, Pres., Phi Kappa Tau

James, Sam, Pres., Sigma Phi Epsilon

Stout, Jim, Pres., Sigma Nu

Idol, Gary, Pres., Theta Chi

Penn, Alan, Rep., Alpha Epsilon Pi

Siegel, Stuart, Rep., Alpha Epsilon Pi

Britt, Buddy, Rep., Delta Sigma Phi

Mizelle, Walter, Rep., Delta Sigma Phi

Cantrell, Henry, Rep., Kappa Alpha

Mewborn, Virgil, Rep., Kappa Alpha

Branch, Bob, Rep., Lambda Chi Alpha

Warren, Buz, Rep., Lambda Chi Alpha

Martin, Charlie, Rep., Pi Kappa Phi

Wohlnick, Charlie, Rep., Pi Kappa Phi

Reber, Tom, Rep., Pi Kappa Alpha

Smith, Roland, Rep., Pi Kappa Alpha

Everman, Bill, Rep., Phi Kappa Tau

Godbold, M. D., Rep., Phi Kappa Tau

Davis, Monty, Rep., Sigma Phi Epsilon

Mays, Eddie, Rep., Sigma Phi Epsilon

James, Bob, Rep., Sigma Nu

Sholar, Harrell, Rep., Sigma Nu

Lee, Ed., Rep., Theta Chi

McCrea, Ronnie, Rep., Theta Chi

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Panhellenic Council

LAVERNE BLACKLEY President

JUDY EUGLOW Corresponding Secretary

ELAINE BREWER

Recording Secretary

MELBA HORNE Vice President

NANCY GILBERT Treasurer

Coordinating the activities of the eight

sororities is the primary aim of the

Panhellenic Council. Consisting of two

representatives from each sorority, the

council sponsors a Sorority Spectacular and

the Inter-Fraternity Council with Greek Weekend.

This group meets twice a month to carry out their

plans of a convocation, an open house, and Formal

Rush. Laverne Blackley led Panhellenic for the year

1962-63.

Dean Ruth white, advicor to Panhellenic, presents

the Sorority Scholarship Trophy to Sharon McKean of

Kappa Delta.

Georgia Hooks, Lib Rogers, Polly Bunting, Elaine Brewer,

Judy Euglow, Melba Home, Billie McDougald, Nancy Gilbert,

Nancy Collins, Laura Gartman, Donnie Hicks, Billie Parish,

Linda Dowd, Pat Boyd, Madge Stancil.

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Alpha Delta Phi

KATHRYN OAKES President

BARBARA ROUSE Vice President

ANN ADKINS Secretary

BEVERLY STANTON Treasurer

Alpha Delta Pi, the first secret society for

women, was founded on the motto of "We live

for each other." The founding group then

adopted blue and white as the colors and the

violet as the flower. This foundation took

place on May 15, 1851, in Macon. Georgia.

Delta Omicron Chapter at East Carolina was

the one hundreth chapter of this Greek

organization.

Under the leadership of President Kathryn

Oakes, the sisterhood of Alpha Delta Pi

sponsored a faculty tea, aided handicapped

children and held annual banquets and parties.

Future plans included the sending of delegates

to the national convention in Hot Springs,

Arkansas. The Alpha Delta Pi's participated

actively in all campus activities and won

first place for their Homecoming float in the

sorority division.

BASNTGHT, BECKY

BILLINGS, CAMILLE

BOYD, PAT

CONN, MARY

COOPER, SANDY

COX, MARION

DANIEL, SANDY

DEICHMANN, BETSY

EAGLES, JOYCE

GOSNELL, GLENDA

GUICE, GIGI

HAMMOND, OLIVIA

HAWKINS, GAIL

HODGSON, VALERIE

HOLLIFIELD, EVANNA

KENNEDY, PATSY

KENT, LESLEY

LECONTE, VIRGINIA

LEWIS, VIRGINIA

MAY, MARY

McDOUGALD, BILLIE

MILLER, MARILYN

MORRIS, SELBA

MYERS, MARCIA

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Delta Omicron

Typical of the Alpha Delta Pi sisters is their songfest

which is always entertaining for the rushees at their parties.

Napkins and much hard work

went into the ADPi Homecoming

float which captured first prize.

ODOM, V1CKI

PARKER, DONNA ANN

RUSH, JOAN

SALLE, KATHIE

SHAW, LAYNE

TANKARD, MARY

TAYLOR, FAYE

THORNTON, SISSIE

THURMAN, PEGGI

TOLSON, JUNE

WAGSTAFF, JUDY

WALL, LINDA

WAMSLEY, JACKIE

WATSON, MARY ANN

WHITWORTH, MARSHA

WILLIAMS, JEAN

WOMBLE, LOUISE

YEARBY, KAY

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Alpha Omicron Pi

BARBARA BARCO President

CAROLYN BECK Recording Secretary

PHOEBE RUSS Corresponding Secretary

ELLEN JOYNER Treaurer

Alpha Omicron Pi presents through

Panhellenic a trophy designated for

the sorority with the highest scholastic

average for the year. This pre sentation

is one of the civic-minded services Alpha

Omicron Pi. Other phases include participation

in the Sorority Spectacular, adoption of a local

orphan, and presentation of gifts to Frontier

Nursing Service in Kentucky.

With their color as cardinal and their flower

as the Jacqueminot rose, Alpha Omicron Pi was

founded on January 2, 1897, in New York. The

Zeta Psi Chapter at East Carolina was chartered

in 1960. Alpha Omicron Pi now numbers thirty-six

coeds who participate in many campus activities.

They bring into existence the presence of an

organization with few simple and potent symbols

and indicate service to the College while uphold-

ing character and like-mindedness.

ADCOCK, LIB

BRIGGS, FAYE

BRIGGS, KAYE

BROOME, DONNA

COLLINS, NANCY

COMBS, LEANNE

COOKE, FAYE

DeBERRY, VICKIE

HUDSON, CATHERINE

LANDIN, CAROLYN

LANE, BETSY

LIYERMAN, DONNA

LOMAX, NANCY

MOORE, CATHERINE

MORRIS, JEAN

MOWERY, BRENDA

OLIVER, SANDRA

OWEN, KAYE

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Zeta Psi

Expressions on the faces of the rushees

show their delight at the Alpha Omicron

Pi's entertainment.

Entertainment was at an all time peak

at the AOPi's rush parties.

LeANNE COMBS Homecoming Sponsor

ROGERS, LIB

ROGERS, LOU

SESSOMS, JANICE

SLAUGHTER, LINDA

SLAUGHTER, LYNN

STOKES, ANNETTE

SUTTON, BRENDA

WILLETS, DORIS

MRS. JOY MARTIN,

Advisor

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Alpha Phi

LAVERNE BLACKLEY President

PATSY WILEY 1st Vice President

ELEANOR POOLE 2nd Vice President

CAROL BARRETT Recording Secretary

Active in numerous phases of campus life,

the sisters of Alpha Phi participated in

the Sorority Spectacular and the Homecoming

Parade. The field of excellence for Alpha

Phi was in the realm of intramural sports.

Within the sorority division. Alpha Phi won

the Softball championship in 1961 and 1962.

and the volleyball and basketball championships

for the present year. With the national

philanthropy of cardiac aid. the Delta Alpha

Chapter sponsored "Tag Day" on February 23, and

collected the Heart Fund containers in the City

of Greenville. In addition, a needy girl was

adopted by the group.

Forty-five coeds compose the local Alpha Phi

chapter which was founded on February 6. 1960.

Nationally, the organization was chartered on

October 10, 1872. "Union hand in hand" was

adopted by the founders of the international

fraternity as the Motto.

EMMA LYNN BASS

CHARLYN BILLINGS

JOYCE BLIZZARD

TEMPE BOETTNER

MARIE BREWER

JOYCE BROWN

JEAN BUSHBY

BETTY ANN CARAWAN

LIBBY CHANDLER

NANCY COMPTON,

Corresponding Sec.

LINDA DANIELS

ANNE DEVANE

BOBBIE EASON

MARTHA ELLIS

PEGGY GARRETT

BRENDA GARRISON

ANDREA HARRIS

CATHY HARRIS

GEORGIA GREY HOOKS

CAROL JOYNER

TWEETIE LAND

MARY LOFTIN

BETH McBRAYER

BRENDA McCANLESS

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Delta Alpha

Faces were aglow as the Alpha Phis

posed after winning the volleyball

championship in the sorority division.

Together, the Sig Eps and the Alpha Phis

stuffed in Heart Fund Kits.

Climaxing Formal rush, the Phis formed

their traditional "Farewell Stairway."

With the theme of North Carolina Education,

the Alpha Phis and the Pi Kappa Phis worked

together on their Homecoming float.

JANET McDONALD

BUNNY McILWEAN

NANCY McILWEAN

Treasurer

BOBBI MADDOX

JANE MINCHEW

DIANNE NESBITT

BETTY OLIVER

BRENDA REGES

SUE NEIL ROUSE

BELINDA SMITH

DONNA SUMNER

SANDRA WADDILL

JOAN WETHERINGTON

NANCY WRIGHT

MISS GAY HOGAN, Advisor

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Alpha Xi Delta

LINDA EFLAND President

GAIL ELKINS Vice President

MELBA RHUE Treasurer

MRS. KEITH KERR Advisor

Forty young ladies on this college campus

make up the sisterhood of Alpha Xi Delta.

Within their bond, these coeds strive to

form lasting friendship and to search for

opportunities to prepare them for human

service.

The Gamma Phi Chapter gave a Christmas gift

to a local orphan, sponsored a Greek

"All Sing," participated in a Cerebral

Palsy Drive and attended a beach trip

together. Last summer, two local members

attended the National Convention. Founded

nationally on April 17. 1893, and locally

in September, 1950. Alpha Xi Delta gives

national loans and scholarships. On the

local level, best pledge awards are given

and the most outstanding member is recognized.

ARMSTRONG, LINDA

AUSTIN, DAWN

BLYTHE, MARGARET

BROTHERS, ANN

BURRIS, JOY

CUMMINGS, ROMA

DOUB, LINDA

EVANS, LINDA

HOLMES, EDITH

HUDSON, LYNN

HUNSUCKER, SUE ELLEN

JOHNSON, BARBARA

KENNEDY, GERALDINE

McDOUGALL, ROBERTA

OWENS, CAROL ANN

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Gamma Phi

Carrying out the theme of angels,

the Alpha Xi Deltas entertained

their rushees during Formal Rush.

A point of focal interest at the

Sorority Open House was the Alpha

Xi Delta display.

MARY JO LANCASTER Homecoming Sponsor

PRESCOTT, JERRY

ROBERTSON, MARY

SPECKMAN, ELLIE

STOKES, LINDSEY

TRADER, BARBARA

TRUELOVE, JANE

VOGLER, BECKI

WILLIAMS, FRANCES

WORTHINGTON, SUE

WYNN, BETTY ANN

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Chi Omega

DINAH NIBBELINK President

JUDY SMITH Vice President

BARBARA ANN ELLIS Secretary

SARA LOU WHITE Treasurer

Based on friendship, social and

civic service, quality activities,

vocational interests, sincere learning,

and creditable scholarship, the Rho

Zeta Chapter of Chi Omega sorority was

founded locally on November 12, 1959.

Nationally, this sorority was chartered

on April 5, 1895, at the University of Arkansas.

Plans for this year included a Christmas party

for underprivileged children, a Senior Banquet,

a formal pledge dance, a Founders' Day Banquet,

and the annual Parents' Picnic. Award, an

engraved silver tray, ence Prize are awards

given to deserving persons annually. This

organization participated in such activities

as the Sorority Spectacular, the Mardi Gras

Carnival, and the intramural sports program.

The "Hoot-Hoot," the chapter newspaper, is

published by and for the sisters of Chi Omega

who strive to uphold Hellenic culture and

Christian ideals.

BAILEY, WILMA

BAIN, NICKI

BENNETT, JANE

BINGHAM, DONNA

BREWER, ELAINE

BRISSON, JUDY

BROWN, BRENDA

CANNADY, SYLVIA

CROWELL, BRENDA

DANIELS, PEGGY

DAUGHERTY, CAROL

DENTON, SANDEE

DOYLE, JUDY

GREENWELL, ANN

HARRIS, BETH

HICKS, DONNIE

KERLEY, JO NELL

MATTHEWS, DONNA

McGOWAN, CAROLE

McLARTY, JULIA

MELCHER, PAT

MEWBORN, SALLY

MICHAEL, GREGORY

MINTON, SHIRLEY

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Rho Zeta

sisters of Chi Omega wait patiently

with the local children for the arrival

of Santa Claus at the Christmas party

which was given jointly with Delta Sigma Pi.

Donna Matthews appears bewildered when she

asked a little boy exaclty what he wasted

for Christmas.

SANDEE EDENTON Homecoming Sponsor

A little chi Omega fun on the basketball

court is frequently enocuntered.

PAYNE, JUDY

PRIEST, KAY

REAVES, ELIZABETH

ROBERTS, NANCY

RYAN, BARBARA

SHESSO, CATHY

STURDIVANT, CINDY

WARD, PAULETTE

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Delta Zeta

PEGGY DAVIS President

HELON CARTER Vice President

WINNIE ODOM Secretary

CAROLYN TAYLOE Treasurer

Zeta Lambda Chapter of Delta Zeta

at East Carolina upholds the principle

of uniting more closely in the bonds

of sincere friendship. These character-

stics of Delta Zeta were born on October

24, 1902, at the national founding and

were instated.

Delta Zeta participated very actively in

campus and community services this year.

The sisters distributed educational

literature, visited the County Home for

the Aged, and sponsored an Easter Egg

Hunt for children. The Cancer Drive and

intramural sports also benefited from

the efforts of the members of this organ-

ization. Forty sisters compose this

sorority which gives several awards and

scholarships within the group, both on

a local and national level.

BERRY, JUDY

BOBBITT, JOAN

CANNON, FRAN

CONGLETON, GENEVA

DEATON, JANICE

EDMONDS, NANCY

EUGLOW, JUDY

GITELSON, ELAINE

HARRIS, YVONNE

HOLZHEUER, SANDRA

LANIER, AGNES

LANNING, KAY

LEDBETTER, NANCY

LYON, MARTHA

MAY, NAN

MAYNARD, LLEW JEAN

MELTON, MARTHA

OVERTON, ANN

PARRISH, BILLIE

RAWLS, MARTHA

ROSEMAN, HELENE

STAINBACK, SANDRA

SKINNER, FREDDIE

TAYLOE, PENNY

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Zeta Lambda

Delta Zeta entered their float

in the Homecoming parade.

JANET WESCOTT Homecoming Sponsor

Great fun was had by all of the

sisters as they worked continuosly

for an entire week on their float

for Homecoming.

TEW, BARBARA

TROXLER, BETTY

WESCOTT, JANET

WHITE, KAREN

WIDDIFIELD, JEANETTE

WILLIAMS, DOLORES

WILLIAMS, LAURA

YOW, KAY

MRS. HELEN A. SNYDER

Advisor

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Kappa Delta

PAT WAFF President

SHARON McKEAN Vice President

CAROLYN HART Secretary

BETTY DERRICK Treasurer

"Let us strive for that which is

honorable, beautiful, and highest"

is the open motto of the thirty-seven

local members of Kappa Delta. The Gamma

Sigma Chapter also procures green and

white as their colors and the white rose

as their flower. Kappa Delta was founded

nationally on October 23, 1897, and locally

on February 6, 1960.

Kappa Delta was the recipient of the scholar

-ship award for sororities in 1961 and 1962

on the East Carolina College campus.

Activities for this group included helping

underprivileged children at Christmas and

Easter, sponsoring a picnic for parents,

giving a faculty tea, and aiding the

Crippled Children's Hospital in Richmond.

Each year, Kappa Delta gives an award to

the outstanding senior woman on campus.

Together, this band of women forms friendship

and sisterly love, encourages social interests,

and furthers charitable purposes.

ARANT, PAT

BEDSOLE, ELIZABETH

BRANNON, KAY

BRYANT, BETSY

BRYANT, MARGY

CRAVOTTA, JULIE

DUNCAN, NENA

EPTON, KAY

GALE, LINDA

GILBERT, NANCY

GLOSSON, LORETTA

GROET, DOROTHY

HARRELL, LEE

HUNNING, LINDA

KING, BETTY CAROL

KOPLEY, ANNE

LAMBERT, JUDY

MUMFORD, MARY HELEN

McCOY, LANA

McDONALD, NORMA CAROLE

McKENZIE, JANET

POPE, MARY JANE

RAYNOR, KATHERINE

STANCIL, MADGE

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Gamma Sigma

With the theme of "Kappa Delta in

Hades," this sorority educated and

taught the rushees about its activ-

ities at the various parties.

Interesting pictures always arise at

a party in which "devils" are present.

Sisters Nina Duncan, Margy Bryant, and

Mary Jane Pope talk with the rushees

during Formal Rush.

STORY, CONSTANCE

SUMRELL, BOBBIE

ELIZABETH BEDSOLE Homecoming Sponsor

TURNER, PAULA

WARD, DIANE

WINDHAM, NONIE

ZACHERY, JOAN

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Sigma Sigma Sigma

JUDY REDFERN President

JACKIE HAMMOND Vice President

DIANA FOSTER Secretary

MARY SMITHERMAN Treasurer

Sigma Sigma Sigma, the motto of which is

"Faithful unto Death." has established a

perpetual bond of friendship among the

sisters. In addition, this sorority strives

to develop strong womanly character, to

encourage scholarship attainment, to arouse

interest in self development, and to offer an

opportunity for wholesome and gracious group life.

Special activities for the year included a supper

for pledges, a Christmas Party with a fraternity,

an Easter Egg Hunt for underprivileged children,

and a Senior Send-Off Party. Among other community

activities in which the Sigmas take part are the

Cancer Drive, Easter Seal Drive, and the White Cane Drive.

ANDERS, MELBA

AVERA, MARGARET

BENTLEY, JANICE

BEST, NANNIE SUE

BUNTINC, POLLY

BURROUGHS, DIANE

COLLIER, MARY

CRAWFORD, CLARA FAYE

EDISON, EMILY

FORBIS, LEE

GARTMAN, LAURA

GLOVER, ELIZABETH

GRAY, JUDD

HOLT, CORNELIA

HUBBARD, NANCY

JENKINS, BARBARA

JENNETTE, TRA

JOHNSON, CAROLE

JONES, SUE

KILLIAN, LINDA

MIDGETT, JO ANN

NORFLEET, SARA

POLK, JACKIE

RICHWINE, JUDITH ANN

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Gamma Beta

Sister Diana Foster serves the

essential-food-at a Sigma rush party.

Rushees often ask questions of the

sisters during Rush Week. This

year's rushees were no exception.

JUDITH RICHWINE Homecoming Sponsor

It was "banjo picking time" at the

Sigma house during Formal Rush.

ROUSE, GWEN

SKINNER, MARY

TEMPLE, MARY

THOMPSON, JENNY LYNN

THORNTON, LINDA

TRENT, JANE

WARD, BONNIE

WOOD, ELLEN

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Alpha Epsilon Pi

STEVE GALLUP President

STUART SIEGEL Vice President

ALAN T. PENN Secretary

WILLIAM ELMAN Treasurer

MARK MELTZER

HOWARD RUBIN

Chartered nationally in 1913 and

locally in I960. Alpha Epsilon Pi

promotes deep-sealed friendships;

encourages truthfulness, honesty,

and courage; inaugurates a healthy

spirit of cooperation and helpfulness

and creates a brotherhood. At East

Carolina. Alpha Epsilon Pi has a colony

with the colors of blue and sold and a

total membership of eight.

Plans of the Epsilon Kappa Colony for

this year included monthly parties,

banquets, and outings. This group also

participated in the Intramural Sports

Program and engaged in charity work.

A Best Pledge Award was given to the

outstanding pledge in the respective

pledge classes.

Brothers Alan Penn. Bill Elman, Jon

Singer, and Stuart Siegel explain

the meaning and symbols of Alpha

Epsilon Pi to two rushees.

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Epsilon Kappa

At the Mardi Gras Carnival, the AEPis gave

away prizes at their "Throw A Dart" booth.

Brother Steve Gallup tries to orient a pledge

to the history and activities of the fraternity.

A scrapbook fullof memories is the focal point of

interest to Stuart Siegel, Mark Melzer, and Bill Elman.

As most boys say "Girls can add a spark of interest

to any rush party." These coeds helped the AEPis.

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Delta Sigma Phi

MICHAEL NUNN President

BUDDY BRITT Vice President

JIMMY JOYNER Secretary

JIM TALTON Treasurer

With green and white as their

colors and the carnation as their

flower, the Delta Sigma Phis

encourage its members to make the

most of college through a well-

planned, balanced life-the symmet-

rical development of the mind, the

soul, and the body.

Locally this group was established on

October 24, 1961, with the motto of

"Engineered Leadership," the Delta Sigma

Phis actively participate in intramural

sports and the work of the Inter-Fraternity

Council.

BAILEY, HERBERT

BROWN, BEN

HATCH, JOHNNY

LUCAS, BILL

MIZELLE, WALTER

POOLE, ERIC

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Colony

Brothers of Delta Sigma Phi await

the rushees while relaxing under

their proud banner.

Time out for a little relaxation

even though the party is in full

swing in the adjoining room.

It's party time for the Delta Sigma

Phis as Buzzy Dean greets the guests

at the door.

With an Hawaiian back drop, the brothers

of Delta Sigma Phi enjoy the refreshments

at one of their frequent parties.

The refreshment table was a likely

spot to fine this Delta Sigma Phi brother.

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Kappa Alpha

GENE HORNE President

JIM HUDSON Vice President

B.D. MILLS Secretary

MERLE SUMMERS Treasurer

Approximately forty brothers

compose the brotherhood of Kappa

Alpha Order at East Carolina College.

Among the highlights of the year for

this fraternity were the Old South

Ball which was held in April and a

party for underprivileged children

at Christmas.

As the recipient of the Board of

Trustees Service Award, the Gamma

Rho Chapter showed its endeavors

for community and civic services. In

addition, the members of Kappa Alpha

Order ushered at the home football games.

Furthering the tradition of the Old

South is the goal for which these men

strive. The foundations for the KA's

were laid on December 21, 1865, at

Washington College and locally on

September 26, 1958. Crimson and old

gold are their colors and the red rose

and the magnolia are their flowers.

ALFORD, JIM

BASS, JIM

BASS, WHITTY

BLANTON, JIM

CANTRELL, HENRY

CHINN, GEORGE

DEAN, PHIL

EARLY, JIM

ERWIN, FENTON

FREEMAN, RUFUS

FULFORD, JERRY

GOODWIN, BILLY

HODGES, WILLIAM

HOWIE, CHARLEY

LANIER, GENE

LEFAVOR, MARSHALL

McDONOUGH, RICK

MALLISON, TOMMY

MASSEY, BILL

MATTHEWS, REGGIE

NEWBORN, VIRGIL

ROBERTS, IRWIN

SKILES, BUD

STEVENS, RAY

384






Gamma Rho

Upholding the tradition of the South,

the KA's tried their hands at cooking

over an old campfire.

B.D. Mills and his date display their

talents of dancing a KA party.

What's your favorite type of refreshment, men?

In the book of a KA, a nice gathering spot, some

food, and a date constitute a time for enjoyment.

TEMPLE, PAT

VAN NORTHWICK, BILL

WILSON, WAYLON

WEST, FRED

WATSON, STEVE

WATERS, JOHN

DR. OVID PIERCE, Advisor

385






Lambda Chi Alpha

PETE HUMPHRIES President

BOB BRANCH Vice President

BEN FRANKLIN Secretary

CLOYCE ANDERS Treasurer

Lambda Chi Alpha, chartered in 1909

at Boston College, strives to build

men of strong character, high morals,

and unselfishness, who seek to make of

themselves gentlemen through group

participation, responsibilities, and

achievement. The Iota-Upsilon Zeta

Chapter at East Carolina, composed of

forty-eight brothers, this year spon-

sored an Easter Egg Hunt for underpri-

vileged children in the Greenville area

and supported fund raising drives toward

the James Ficklen Stadium and the pursuit

of a fraternity row.

The annual Crescent Girl Ball, held in the

Spring, was the highlight of the social

events of the year for the Lambda Chis.

In addition, the Lambda Chis received the

all-campus Champions Award in 1961. Greek

Week has also been won by this group for

the past three out of four years. This

fraternity upholds the motto-"Every man a man."

ANGE, BOB

AVERETTE, BARNIE

BENSON, LYNN

BARNES, CARLTON

BUCK, EDDIE

BYNUM, JOHN

BYNUM, MERRILL

CARROLL, BILL

CAWMAN, BUTCH

CONKLIN, MICKEY

CROCKER, THOMAS

DUKE, SKIPPER

DUNN, ED

ESTES, ROBERT

FLOYD, JIMMY

GARRETT, BOB

GODWIN, BILL

GOSSETT, TED

HARDEE, BOBBY

HARRIS, JIMMY

HOLMES, JIM

JARRELL, RICKY

KILLEBREW, J. C.

KINSEY, RALPH

386






Iota-Upsilon Zeta

Battye Futrell and Trotter Bagwell

enjoyed their dancing at the Lambda

Chi social.

Ann Overton and her date demonstrate

the ever popular craze-the tiwst.

The Crescent Girl Ball was the

highlight of the Lambda Chis'

social activities for the year.

Brothers of Lambda Chi Alpha

waited at the door for the

arrival of the rushees during

Rush Week.

mmmm m a

McGRAW, ED

MADDOX, TOMMY

NEWSOME, RONNIE

PAUL, JERRY

REGGINS, JIM

TUGWELL, TUGGY

WARD, DOUG

WARREN, BUZZ

WILLIAMS, BOBBY

WINSTEAD, BILLY

WOODBURY, MAX

WOOTEN, BILLY

387






Phi Kappa Tau

ASHLEY HUMPHREY President

M. B. GODBOLD Vice President

EDWARD SHERWOOD Secretary

MICHAEL SYKES Treasurer

Phi Kappa Tau, chartered locally in

the Spring of 1960, places emphasis

upon innate worth and Christian ideals

and strives to prove their brotherhood

a credit to the national fraternity,

the college and the community. Each

year this fraternity adopts an

underprivileged family at Christmas.

Highlighting the social events of the

year for Phi Kappa Tau were the Coronation

Ball, the Valentine Dance, and a Masquerade

Ball as well as several combo parties.

Alpha Phi and Kappa Delta sororities were

entertained by the Phi Taus at their new

home on East Third Street.

Miami University in Ohio on March 17, 1906,

was the national founding date of Phi Kappa

Tau. At that time the red carnation was

accepted as the national flower and Harvard

red and old gold were selected as the colors.

The Gamma Eta Chapter has received the Board

of Trustees Scholarship Trophy for the last

two years.

ALDRIDGE, JOHN

CORRELL, BOYD

COX, RICHARD

DREWER, NEWMAN

EYERMAN, BILL

GASKILL, BILL

HARDISON, FLOYD

JACKSON, TOMMY

KEEL, SAM

MANER, JIM

MILES, ARTIE

MILLER, BILL

PARKER, JOHNNY

PATRICK, GEORGE

REYNOLDS, LOU

388






Gamma Eta

KAREN WHITE

Homecoming Sponsor

A new acquisition of the Phi Kappa

Tau fraternity this year was their

house, located on Third Street.

Slow dancing is a favorite of

the Phi Taus at their frequent

"get togethers" at the house.

A little limbo adds to the spirit

of many of the Phi Kappa Tau parties.

SAIEED, FRANK

SCHWENTORUS, RONALD

SHOBE, CHARLES

SOUFUS, JIMMY

STANCIL, JACK

STOWE, ART

STRICKLAND, DON

STRICKLAND, DOUG

TEAGUE, FORREST

MRS. GILL, Housemother

389






Pi Kappa Alpha

BLARNIE TANNER President

MURRAY MacDIARMID Vice President

GEORGE WHITE Treasurer

BUD WALL Historian

"The establishment of friendship on a

firmer and more lasting basis; for the

promotion of brotherly love and kind

feeling; for the mutual benefit and

advancement of the interest of those

with whom we sympathize and deem worthy

of our regard."These are purposes of the

men of Pi Kappa Alpha.

The Epsilon Mu Chapter at East Carolina

College was chartered on May 17, 1958, and Pi

Kappa Alpha was originally founded at the

University of Virginia, March 1, 1863.

Among their many social activities this year

were the annual Dream Girl Ball, the Concert

by the Sea, and the Founders' Day Celebration.

In promoting good will in the community, the

Pika's took part in the Heart Fund Drive,

UNICEF, and the Bloodmobile.

BARNHILL, JACK

BROWN, LESTER

CHADWICK, HUNTER

CUNNIFF, BILL

COX, BILLY

DUDLEY, DAVE

ELLEN, TOMMY

GUENTHER, CHRIS

HOBBS, KEITH

KIMREY, JIM

LAWRENCE, HENRY

McNIEL, JAMES

MILLER, TRUMAN

MOORE, BILL

MOORE, JERRY

MURRAY, BUDDY

NOE, GEORGE

REBER, TOM

REESE, RONNIE

ROCK, DAVE

SCOTT, TOM

SMALL, STEVE

SMITH, ROLAND

SULLIVAN, BILL

391






Epsilon Mu

Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority was entertained

by the brothers of PiKA at the Fraternity house.

Pi Kappa Alpha teamed with Alpha Delta Pi

for a first place booth at the Mardi Gras Carnival.

Homecoming will be remembered by the PiKA's!

"Keep North Carolina Clean" was the theme of

the PiKa float which won first price.

POLLY BUNTING Dream Girl of Pi Kappa Alpha.

TAFF, ROBERT

TILLEY, BUZZY

WARD, KIRBY

WILLIFORD, RAY

WORLEY, DICK

MR. BYRON EISEMAN,

Faculty Advisor

MR. FRED ROBERTSON;

Alumnus Counselor

391






Pi Kappa Phi

BOBBY HOOD President

SAM McCOIN Vice President

FREO WEBSTER Secretary

GEORGE RESSEGUIE Treasurer

Receiving their national charter was the

crowning point of the activities of 1963

for the Beta Phi Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi.

Started as a colony in 1961, the local group

obtained the important document on February

16, 1963. Other plans completed were a car

wash for the stadium drive, Parents' Day,

Rose Queen Ball, and a banquet for the alumni.

In addition, the Pi Kaps aided the drive

against arthritis and distributed copies of

the Alma Mater at Homecoming.

Excellence in scholarship and obtaining high

ideals in Christian manhood and citizenship

typifies the men who have white, gold, and

blue as their colors and the red rose as their

flower. Twenty members are now within the

brotherhood of the Beta Phi Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi.

BAILEY, OTIS

BAREFOOT, MILES

CAYTON, MIKE

DAVIS, CHARLES

FEARING, ALAN

JONES, ALLEN

LANCASTER, CHUCK

LEWIS, WILEY

McLAMB, BRUCE

MARTIN, CHARLIE

NANCE, PHIL

RAY, DAN

WOHLNICK, CHARLES

392






Beta Phi

The long-waited-for moment finally arrived for

the Pi Kaps on February 16, 1963. President

Bobby Hood received the National Charter from

a national official.

Sweeping the campus this year was the "thunderbird

fad." The Pi Kaps also took it in stride.

A jukebox was acquired by the fraternity for its

new chapter room. The brothers and their dates

enjoyed making their favorite selections.

Pete Davidson and Bobbie Mattox participated in

that favorite college pastime-dancing.

393






Sigma Nu

JIM STOUT Commander

STEVE HOCKMAN

Lieutenant Commander

BILL STOCKS Recorder

IERRY ELLER Treasurer

In 1869, the Sigma Nu fraternity was chartered

at the Virginia Military Institute. The Sigma Nu

fraternity is composed of forty brothers who

advocate the creed-to believe in the life of love,

to walk in the way of honor, to serve in the light

of truth-this is the life, the way, and the light of

Sigma Nu. Having high ideals, they attempt to promote

brotherhood, scholarship, and prepare the college man

for things to come during his life.

In the way of activities this year, the Sigma Nu's and

the Pika's participated in an annual football game.

They also sponsored several drives to raise money to

support the stadium fund and to buy new uniforms for

East Carolina's varsit) football team.

In intramural sports, the brothers of Sigma Nu have been

the swimming champions and runner-up in basketball.

APPLE, JAMES

BENNETT, AL

BRYAN, LUCIAN

COLLIER, RICHARD

EASON, BUTCH

FORBIS, JOHN

HERRING, RICHARD

HOLLOMAN, WAYNE

HUNT, SAM

JAMES, BOB

JONES, DAVID

JONES, JOHNNY

KINTZ, DONNIE

LANGFORD, PHIL

LEONARD, STEVE

MALONEY, MILLARD

MARLEY, TOM

MEREDITH, BILL

O'BRIENT, BONES

OLIVER, STEVE

OMOHUNDRD, TOM

PIMBERTON, BILL

RICE, JERRY

SHELTON, CHARLES

394






Eta Beta

Local children benefited from the

efforts of the Sigma Nus at their

Christmas party.

Chess is the favorite pastime of the

brothers of Sigma Nu.

Sigma Nu Santa Claus, Don Coffee, is

helped on with his suit by Emory Scholar.

MARGARET AVERA Homecoming Sponsor

SHOLAR, EMORY

SHOLAR, HARRELL

SMITH, STUART

SPARROW, KEATS

SPEARS, RAY

STANCIL, BURKE

STANTON, JIM

STONE, RALPH

TAYLOE, DICK

TROUBLEFIELD, MARSHALL

TUTTLE, BOB

VEASY, BOB

WALL, JACK

WEAVER, JIM

YOUNG, BILLY

CLARK, JOE, Advisor

395






Sigma Phi Epsilon

SAM JAMES President

BILL WILLIAMS Vice President

BILL BRINKLEY, JR.

Secretary

MARTIN HELMS Treasurer

Known as "the fraternity with a heart,"

Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded on November

1, 1901, in Richmond, Virginia. The colors

adopted were red and purple and the flowers

were roses and violets. Published four times

per year, the Sig Eps have a national magazine

titled the "Sigma Phi Epsilon Journal."

Chartered at East Carolina in 1961, the Kappa

Chapter established principles of brotherhood,

character, leadership, and scholarship. Campus

and community activities such as the Bloodmobile

and Heart Fund Drive benefited from this fraternity's

endeavors. The Founders' Day Ball, the Sig Ep Ball,

and Parents' Day rounded out the plans for this

organization in 1963. In addition, the Intramural

Softball Trophy was awarded to this group.

BAKER, AL

BARCLAY, NORMAN

COLARDO, BERNARD

COWAN, GORDON

CROSS, JIM

DAVIS, MARTY

GOOD, HOMER LEE

HOLLEMAN, LAWRENCE

HOPKINS, GILES

JOSEPHS, ERNEST

JOYNER, EDWARD

LEWIS, LARRY

MARE, CHARLES

MAYS, GORDON

MITCHELL, ED

396






Kappa

With the theme of "Carolina Moonshine,"

the Sig Eps brought a little humor to

the Homecoming Parade.

Located in the basement of the Sigma

Phi Epsilon house, the party room

provides hours of enjoyment for the

brothers and their dates.

LAVERNE BLACKLEY Homecoming Sponsor

MOORE, DON

NORFORD, WALKER

PHELPS, BILL

ROBERTS, BILL

ROBINSON, JAMES

ROYSTER, BOB

SHELTON, BEN

STECKEL, WILLIAM

SUTHERLAND, ART

ZEBLEY, ROBERT

397






Theta Chi

CHARLES WILLIAMS President

RONNIE McCREA Vice President

BOBBY BATEMAN Treasurer

KEN CONGLETON Secretary

Red carnations and the colors of red and

white are two of the traditional symbols

of the fifty brothers of Theta Chi. The

Epsilon Iota Chapter upholds the national

motto of "Alma Mater first and Theta Chi for

Alma Mater" and the purposes of brotherhood,

scholarship, and leadership. Examples of these

qualities included the winning of the scholarship

trophy, the distribution of the East Carolinian,

and first place in the Homecoming

activities for the best decorated float in the

fraternity division.

Highlights for the year were the Mason-Dixon Jubilee

which the local chapter hosted and the installation

of a kitchen within the fraternity house. Theta Chi

was begun at Norwich University in Vermont on April 10,

1856, and was chartered at this school on March 15, 1958.

ADLER, LOUIS

BENNETT, BRYAN

BRASWELL, BILLY

BROWN, MIKE

CHESNUTT, JIM

CHILDRESS, GUS

CONRAD, KEN

FOWLER, FRED

HARRIS, ALLEN

HARRIS, BILL

HARRIS, PHIL

HOLLAND, FRANKIE

HOLMES, SIDNEY

IDOL, GARY

LARSON, LOU

LEE, ED

MIZZELL, ARLEN

MOORE, KEN

398






Epsilon Iota

Despite the beckoning music of the

combo, the Theta Chis and their

dates have to take a break in their

lively escapades.

How about a little twisting, please?

Winning first prize in the fraternity

division, the Theta Chi's float high-

lighted the Homecoming Parade.

O'BERRY, TOM

ROBINSON, DOUG

ROMANIW, MIKE

SHEARIN, DAVE

SHEPHERD, WOODY

SNEAD, LARRY

SOUTHALL, JIMMY

SPENCE, BING

STEEN, MARVIN

STEPHENS, BERK

URQUHART, KEN

VASHAW, HARWARD

WASHER, BOB

WATSON, BRETT

WESTBROOK, J. B.

399






Delta Sigma Pi

MAC BURRIS President

BILL SUTTON Senior Vice President

FRANK LAYNE Secretary

BOB LOVIC Treasurer

Organized at New York University in 1907,

the International Fraternity of Delta Sigma

Pi was founded at East Carolina in 1955.

Through professional activities including

guest speakers, commercial tours, and films,

the Delta Zeta Chapter had an active program

to develop better relations between the

business world and the student.

With the support of the other business organi-

zations. Delta Sigma Pi sponsored the oil portrait

of Dr. E. R. Browning for the dedication of the E.

R. Browning Room in Rawl Building. Chi Omega and

Delta Sigma Pi also gave their annual Christmas

party of the local children. Other social activities

included the quarterly pledge parties, the Rose

Ball held on March 30, the first annual "Spring

Fling." and the various other parties, one of

which was with the Alpha Phi Sorority. Among the

professional aspects were tours of the DuPont

Plant, National Spinning Company, and Samson

Shirt Factory.

AVERS, FRED

CAIN, RANDY

COOK, WAYNE

EDWARDS, BOB

FAULKNER, WALTER, Historian

FOWLER, JERRY

FRAZIER, STEVE

GARRISS, JOHN

GRIFFIN, DAN

GAY, DAN

HELMS, PHIL, Pledge

HOLBERT, DICK

JOHNSON, JOE

JOURNIGAN, CLIFF

KOONCE, GALE

MANCINI, RAY

McGEE, NATHAN

MEEKS, GARY

400






Delta Zeta

A traditional event for the Delta

Sigs is the Ugly Man Contest at

the Mardi Gras.

Carolyn Beck, Rose Queen and

fiancee of Brother Ronnie Neal,

was the guest of honor at the

Founders' Day Banquet held on

November 7.

Tom Reese and Judy Brisson aid the local

children at the annual Christmas party

given jointly by the Delta Sigs and Chi Omega.

Several professional tours are

among the activities of the

Brothers of Delta Sigma Pi.

On the agenda this year was

a visit to the E. I. DuPont

de Nemours Plant.

NEAL, RONNIE, Vice President

NIXON, ROGER

RABON, JIM

REESE, TOM

REGISTER, ROGER RHODES, GEORGE

STOKES, PAUL

WEEKS, BUDDY

WHITMYER, TED

WIGHTMAN, GEORGE

DURHAM, WILLIAM H., Advisor

HOWELL, W. W., Advisor

401






Phi Mu Alpha

REGINALD ROBINSON President

EDWARD JONES Vice-President

DAVID MILLSON Secretary

JESSE HOLTON Treasurer

Winning first place in Homecoming float

competition for the second consecutive

year was the Zeta Psi Chapter of Phi Mu

Alpha Sinfonia. Another award presented

this group was the Province Twenty Manpower

Award. This brotherhood also presented the

American Music Festival in May, gave two

concerts, and held a banquet and dance at

the Homecoming festivities. Ushering and

sponsoring a concession stand at the SGA

Musical was an added realm of campus service.

Created on October 13. 1903, nationally, and

on February 19, 1955, locally, Phi Mu Alpha

has the colors of black, red, and gold. This

organization promotes and fosters interest and

brotherhood in the field of music. Awards and

scholarships also mark the well-rounded ideals

of this fraternity.

ALLIGOOD, RONALD

BROWN, WILLIAM

BLACKWELL, DALE

BOMER, KINCHEM

BRILEY, GLENN

COLLINS, WILLIAM

CRUMPLER, DOUGLAS

DUCKWORTH, WILLIAM

HULCHER, CHARLES

JOHNSON, JOHNNY

KELLY, NEWTON

KILPATRICK, MIKE

MILGRAM, RICHARD

MOORE, GENE

MURPHY, ROBERT

OLSON, JOHN

PATTERSON, JOHN

SMITH, AL

TEACHEY, JERALD

TURNER, VERNON

TYSON, ROBERT

WHITE, WILLIAM

WORTHINGTON, RICHARD

402






Zeta Psi

Looking at the Phi Mu Alpha scrapbook was

the favorite pastime of many of the indiv-

iduals who were interested in thi fraternity.

Phi Mu Alpha's combo dance at the Mardi Gras

was a big success. Their booth won second prize.

Much hard work paid off for the Phi Mus as their

Homecoming float captured first place in the

Organization Division.

Water, sun, and card-all are essential for a

fun filled day at the beach.

Bill Duckworth and Ashby Brown put forth

much work on Phi Mu's float.

403






Sigma Alpha Iota

JAN WURST President

KAY WIGGS Vice President

SHIRLEY MORSE Secretary

PAT TYNDALL Treasurer

Highlighting the year for Sigma Alpha

Iota was the annual Christmas concert.

In addition, SAI gave a joint musical

program with Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia at

the Caswell Training School.

Founded locally on May 1, 1955, the Beta

Psi Chapter requires an over-all "C" average

for membership and a "B" average in musical

courses. Other qualities are leadership,

scholarship, musicianship, and personality.

With a membership totaling twenty, this group

also participles in the Fraternity All-Sing,

the Contemporary Music Festival and the

Homecoming Activities.

Nationally, Sigma Alpha Iota has a national

periodical called Pan Pipes and gives a Leader-

ship Award, an Honor Certificate and a Dean's

Honor Award.

ALFORD, GLENDA

COOKE, OLIVE HERRING

ENGLAND, CAROLYN

FORBES, BECKY

GALLAGHER, SUE GRETCHEN

GASKINS, BETTY JO

HANSON, LINDA

ISAAC, JOANNA

JACOBS, BRENDA

JERNIGAN, FAYDENE

JOHNSON, JUDY

JONES, MARTHA

MITCHELL, JOYCE

404






Beta Psi

Their annual Christmas concert

climaxed hours of practice and

the strive for perfection for the

Sigma Alpha Iotas.

Sisters Olive Cooke and Joanna

Issac practice the ritual music.

Sisterly love grows deeper as the

SAI's learn to cultivate a deeper

sense of music by practicing together.

Becky Forbes leads her sisters in a

practice session for their concert.

405






Alpha Phi Omega

ED SEAGROVES President

DON BURRIS Vice President

RAY WATSON Secretary

ED CRUMPLER Treasurer

A service fraternity to the College, the

community, and the nation, Alpha Phi Omega

sponsored the White Ball, a dance for which

the proceeds go to the Crippled Children's

Society: prepared the Christmas seals for

mailing; distributed THE REBEL; and. ushered

at graduation. Celebrating their tenth year on

campus, the APO's have just completed their

new chapter room.

Founded on December 16, 1925, at Lafayette College,

this group of thirty-eight former Boy Scouts lives

by their motto-"Be a friend; be of service; be a

leader." Presently, Alpha Phi Omega is the only

national service fraternity on campus and was the

first fraternity to organize on East Carolina's Campus.

BOYD, RICHARD

CANNON, BILL

CUMMINGS, JERRY

CURTISS, BOBBY

EDWARDS, HARVEY

FORSYTH, BOB

HARRIS, ARTHUR

KLUTZ, GLENN

LOGGINS, JIM

MACKEY, TOM

MARTIN, LINWOOD

McDUFFIE, PAT

MELVIN, FALLON

NICHOLS, BILL

PATE, MARVIN

PENUEL, RAY

SCRUGGS, MAX

SMITH, RICHARD

STACKPOLE, DUNCAN

STEINBECK, FRANK

TABBUTT, DAVE

TART, ROYCE

TAYLOR, JERRY

TEACHEY, GEORGE

406






Kappa Upsilon

Dancing was the main item on the

agenda at the Alpha Phi Omega White

Ball which was the biggest social

function of Winter Quarter.

Hilarious costumes added to "twisting"

music made the "Roaring Twenties Party"

a great success."

White Ball Queen, Ann Overton, was

crowned by Alpha Phi Omega President

Dave Tucker.

A little refreshment always did make the

party a little merrie. Right, boys?

TEW, BOBBY

TUCKER, DAVID

TURNER, HENRY

WALSTON, JOHNNY

WARREN, IRVING

WATSON, SAMMY

WEBSTER, KEN

WHITFIELD, WILLARD

DR. JAMES W. BUTLER, Advisor

407






Delta Phi Delta

JOHN GOODHEART President

JAMES SMITH Vice President

MARY ANN CAMPBELL Secretary

JAMES SANDERS Treasurer

A national honorary fraternity which

strives to promote art interest, to

stimulate higher scholarship and to

recognize potential professional abili-

ty is this group. Evidence of these

purposes is displayed by the offer of

scholarships to any deserving member.

Only students having an over-all "B"

average in academics and art courses are

eligible for membership.

Monthly dinner meetings, exhibition of

the work of members at the Greenville Art

Center, and contributions to the PALETTE,

the national magazine, were the primary

projects of Delta Phi Delta.

BARRETT, CAROL

BURKETTE, DAVID

BUTLER, JEAN

CANIPE, PEGGY

CRAWLEY, WESLEY

GORDLEY, TRAN

MORRIS, JANET

NEEL, FRANCIS

ROBINSON, BETTY JO

ROSS, ELIZABETH

SEXHUER, DONALD

TAMURA, MAGGIE

TOLER, REYNOLD

TOUCHTON, LINDA

WAFF, PAT

408






Alpha Phi

Janet Morris, Jim Smith, John Goodheart, and

Betty Jo Robinson prepare for the showing of

a filmstrip at the fraternity meeting.

Betsy Ross, Ann Marshburn, Linda Touchton, and

Betty Robinson demonstrate the use of a spray

apparatus for painting.

The utilization of the air brush is shown by

Barbara Blackwelder, Raymond Harrison, Pat Waff,

and Duffy Toler, who are members of the fraternity.

Peggy Canipe inks a plate while Bennie Daniels, Janet

Morris, and Maggy Tamura watch the procedure.

President John Goodheart presides at the regularly

scheduled meetings of Delta Phi Delta.

409






Kappa Delta Pi

FREDDIE SKINNER President

MARY LYNN HENDERSON Vice President

PATTIE FORBES Secretary-Treasurer

BRENDA PAINTER Reporter

To encourage high professional, intellectual, and

personal standards and to recognize outstanding

contributions to education is the purpose of the

Eta Chi Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi education fraternity.

The national organization was reorganized March 8, 1911,

and incorporated June 8, 1911, at Illinois. The local

chapter, Eta Chi, was founded on June 19, 1953, by Dr.

Katherine Vicery.

Among the functions of this organization is the publication

of the Educational Forum. In order to become a member of

Kappa Delta Pi, it is necessary to have an interest in

education, to maintain a high scholastic average, to be of

at least junior standing, and to complete nine hours in

education and psychology courses here at the College.

DUDLEY, BONNIE

FREEMAN, CAROLYN

GODWIN, JUDY

GRIFFIN, MINNIE

JACKSON, JUDY

EWIS, LYNDA

DR. RUTH MODLIN, Advisor

410






Eta Chi

Informal discussions concerning the

many educational problems of the classroom

of today were an integral part of Kappa Delta

Pi's activities.

Pattie Forbes, Brenda Painter, and Carolyn Freeman

receive their certificates of membership.

Vice President Mary Lynn Henderson gives

Bonnie Dudley her long-awaited-for pin.

411






Pi Omega Pi

SYLVIA HARRIS President

JIMMY CHESNUTT Vice President

DOROTHY DUNLOW Secretary

GEORGE RHODES Treasurer

On February 12, 1944, the Beta Kappa Chapter

of Phi Omega Pi, honorary business fraternity,

was founded on the campus. Having as its purposes

to create, encourage, promote, and extend interest

in scholarship: to aid in activity for civic betterment

of schools: to encourage and foster high ethical standards

in business and professional life: and to teach the ideal

of service as the basis of all worthy enterprise. The Beta

Kappa Chapter has ranked in the top ten chapters in the nation

for the past twelve years.

Plans and projects for this year included a work project,

performing typing and duplicating services for students and

faculty; aid to a needy family of twelve at Christmas;

a Founders' Day Coke Party, and a Spring Banquet.

ADKINS, ANN

ALLEN, BRENDA

ASHLEY, NADEEN

BLAND, SUE ANN

BROWN, BRENDA

DeBRUHL, FAYE

DICKEN, DONNA

GARDNER, LINDA

GUYTON, JANICE

HONEYCUTT, BECKY

HORNUNG. CAROLYN

JOHNSON, LILLIAN

JORDAN, MARSHA

KALLIO, HELEN

MOBLEY, JUDITH

OGBURN, JO ANNE

PORTER, AUDREY

PULLEY, MARIE

STEVENSON, JOYCE

STEVENSON, THOMAS

SWAIN, MARY ANNE

WATERS, SANDRA

WHITEHURST, SHIRLEY

WIDDIFIELD, JEANETTE

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Beta Kappa

After initiation, die new and old members admire

the special plaques given by the fraternity.

Dr. Dempsey, second from left, is advisor to the group.

Karen Brown receives the Departmental Award from a

member of the business staff, Miss Ellis.

REBECCA HONEYCUTT Homecoming Sponsor

A well-rounded meal was had by everyone at the annual

Spring Banquet held at St. Paul's Episcopal Church.

James Sullivan was awarded the Thomas Clay Williams

Memorial Scholarship Award by Dr. Audrey Dempsey.

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Alpha Delta Tau

LYNN A. COX President

SPENCER GRADY Vice President

JAMES HOWARD Secretary

DR. KENNETH BING Advisor

A local honorary fraternity, Alpha Delta Tau

strives to promote scholastic and professional

proficiency in Industrial Arts, to reward accomp-

lishments, and to foster advancement in the field

of Industrial Arts. Qualifications for membership

include an over-all "C" average and a "B" average on

twenty-four hours in the Industrial Arts Department.

Numbering fifteen members, the fraternity has petitioned

the national industrial arts fraternity, Epsilon Pi Tad,

for admission. In addition, Alpha Delta Tau helped with

the Homecoming activities, the stadium fund, and the bond drive.

ALFORD, MURRAY

BARLOW, WALTER

CASEY, BENJAMIN

FINCH, JOHN

GROVE, RONNIE

KYLES, DON

LASSITER, SHELDON

LEGGETT, H. K.

LEWIS, LYLE

MOORE, BILL

PHELPS, TOMMY

PINER, JOHN

REDD, LEWIS

WALLEN, WILLIAM

WALSTON, JOHN

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Chi Beta Phi

JIM WHEATLEY President

BETTY DERRICK Vice President

MARY WORTHINGTOX Secretary

BILLY GOODWIN Treasurer

In 1953 the Alpha Gamma Chapter of Chi Beta Phi.

national science fraternity, was founded on the

East Carolina Campus. It is the purpose of this

organization to recognize outstanding honor students

in science and mathematics, and to provide these honor

students with a service organization. Qualifications for

membership in this group are an interest in science. "B"

average on all science and math courses, and a "C + "

average over-all. Also, a member must have taken, or be

taking, a total of thirty quarter hours in science or

mathematics.

In May of 1963, Alpha Gamma Chapter sponsored the Collegiate

Academy of Science of the North Carolina Academy of Science

meetings on campus. In April of 1964, the local chapter will

be host for the National Convention.

FRANCES COZART

Homecoming Sponsor

BROWN, FAYE

BUTLER, MURDOCK

CASTELLOE, MARY

COLLIER, CARA

COX, WILLIAM

COZART, FRANCES

EVANS. H. B.

GREEN, VIRGINIA

HILL, MARGARET

HYLE, ROY ALTON

McROY, BARBARA

NELSON, ELDON

RHUE, MELBA

SHACKELFORD, LARRY

THOMPSON, SANDRA

WALL, BRENDA

WALLACE, SYLVIA

WORTHINGTOX, JULIAN

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Gamma Theta Upsilon

Beta Iota

NEAL LINEBACK President

CLENTON SMITH Vice President

JOHN REHDER Secretary

JIMMY ROWE Treasurer

Rising from the Geography Department is the Beta Iota Chapter

of Gamma Theta Upsilon. The twenty members continue the study

of geography, keep informed on current developments in geography,

enliven geography in schools, and arouses interest in the field.

Gamma Theta Upsilon was founded locally in 1955 and nationally in 1931.

Each year, the fraternity offers a twenty-five dollars scholarship to

a geography major. Among their many activities were three field trips to

the nation's capital, regular dinner meetings and editing a bi-yearly newsletter.

BACON, LEE

BENNETT, GORDON

DEXTER, CHARLOTTE

DOWDY, GARY

GRIGGS, THOMAS

HALES, ARNOLD

HOLLINGSWORTH, JOSEPH

NEWMAN, BOBBIE

SOUTH, GEORGE

WHITLEY, BARRY

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Phi Epsilon Kappa

EDWARD MIZELL President

WILLIAM OAKLEY Vice President

TONY KATSIAS Secretary

THOMAS SPELLER Treasurer

Phi Epsilon Kappa has the distinction of

being the only national professional

fraternity in Health, Physical Education

and Recreation. With the daisy as the flower

and black and gold as the colors, the Beta

Iota Chapter was founded on December 2, 1962.

Having a four fold purpose, the twenty-two

members of this newly organized group competes

for annual awards. Included in these special

recognitions are the honor award, the scholarship

key, and the distinguished service award.

BASS, WHITTY

BREWER, DONALD

CHESHIRE, WILLIAM

FOLKES, STEVE

GORDON, JOE

GRANT, THOMAS

SOUTH, GEORGE

STANTON, RODDY

MARTINEZ, RAY H, Advisor

REEDER, GLEN P., Advisor

Brothers of Phi Epsilon Kappa operate the Concession

Stand as a fraternity project at one of ECC's swim meets.

President Mizell receives the charter of the fraternity

from Dr. Harold M. Barrow, former Vice President of Phi

Epsilon Kappa.

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Phi Omicron

ANNIE M. RIDDICK President

CAROL LEWIS Vice President

REBECCA LUPTON Secretary-Treasurer

MISS RUTH LAMBIE Advisor

Phi Omicron was founded on the East Carolina College

Campus on April 8, 1952. As an honorary society in

home economics, this organization sent baskets to needy

families at Christmas, gave a reception for the faculty

after Homecoming, and had a spaghetti supper in the Spring.

Any junior or senior who is a Home Economics major and

maintains a "B" average may be qualified to join. The ten

members of this group encouraged interest and scholarship

in home economics, aided in civic betterment and encouraged

high ethical standards in business and professional life.

COMER, JUDY

HOLLOMAN, AUDREY

KENNEDY, GERALDLNE

MILLS, DOROTHY

Visiting the campus for a Phi Omicron meeting was a

representative of a cloth manufacturer. The sisters

enjoyed the intellectual benefits gained from many

such visits.

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Phi Sigma Pi

GLENN WILLIAMS President

MACK WORTHINGTON vice President

CLEVELAND HAWKINS Secretary

WILLIAM GOODWIN Treasurer

Phi Sigma Pi was founded locally May 28, 1936,

and nationally on February 14, 1916. The two main

purposes of this honorary fraternity are educational

ideals and superior scholarship. Only sophomores who

have a B average are eligible for membership.

Under the advisorship of Dr. Richard Todd, this

organization presents an Outstanding Senior Award and an

Outstanding Service Key. In addition, a contribution has

been donated to the Messick Scholarship Fund. The Tau

Chapter also participated in many other campus activities.

BURRIS, MALCOLM LEE

CARR, DON

FUSSELL, DAVID

HARSCH, HENRY

HELMS, MARTIN

HYLE, ROY

JONES, STEPHEN THOMAS

LEWIS, JIMMY

MURRAY, C. W.

OWENS, CALVTN

SHACKLEFORD, LARRY

THISDALE, NOEL

WATERS, BURL

WHEATLEY, JAMES

WILLIS, JAMES T.

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Sigma Pi Alpha

Phi Sigma

BOBBIE NEWMAN President

SANDRA KENNEDY Co-Vice President

SANDRA STAINBACK Co-Vice President

BETSY WINSTEAD Secretary

BRENDA JOHNSON Treasurer

Based on strength, permanency, and accomplishment,

the national honorary fraternity of foreign languages.

Sigma Pi Alpha, was founded nationally in 1926 at North

Carolina State College. In order to become a member of

the Phi Sigma Chapter, a student must achieve a "C"

average in academic subjects and a "B" average in the

foreign language curriculum.

Special plans for this organization for this year included

celebrations of certain holidays such as Christmas and Pan

American Day. In addition, guest speakers attended the monthly

meetings and lectured on subjects concerning various foreign lands.

CAMBELL, ANNE

GIBBS, BONNIE

PARKER, MARGARET

RAYNOR, CARMEN VERGES

REASON, SHIRLEY

SKINNER, FREDDIE

SMITH, JUDY ANTONY

STARLING, EVELYN

STRICKLAND, KAY

TUNNELL, LOIS

WELLS, BESSIE JANE

WORTHINGTON, MARY ANN

PERRY, MRS. xMARGUERITE, Advisor

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Sigma Tau Delta

Omicron Theta

SANDRA WATERS President

KAY MEARES Vice President

CHERRY FUTRELL Secretary

JUDY BELCHE Treasurer

Observing Library Week, having a Spring

Banquet, and contributing to the RECTANGLE,

the national magazine, and the EAST CAROLINIAN

were the three main projects of Sigma Tau Delta.

This professional English fraternity is open to

any English major or minor who has taken at least

one English course and has an over-all "C" average.

With the motto of sincerity, truth and design, the

Omicron Theta Chapter promoted the mastery of written

expression, encouraged worth-while reading, and fostered

a spirit of fellowship among men and women specializing

ALLAN, ANN FRANCES

BAGETT, JUDY

BENNETT, ELIZABETH ANN

BLAKE, AMELIA VAUGHAN

BROOKS, CAROLYN ELIZABETH

BULLARD, JACKIE

BURRIS, ELIZABETH R.

DIXON, ANNIE LAURA

ELLEN, DOROTHY

FRANCIS, SONJA KAY

HARRIS, JEANETTE

HINSON, PHYLLIS

JOHNSON, CHRIS R., JR.

LEWIS, SUSAN MARIE

MASSINGILL, LINDA

MAY, MARY NAN

MOORE, CATHERINE LATUM

NEWTON, IRIS

OSBOURNE, CAROLYN FAYE

PEARCE, JOE

PITTMAN, BARBARA ANN

POWELL, FREDDIE

PROCTOR, BARBARA ANN

REEL, JUDY

SMITH, WANDA ELAINE

STALLINGS, MARY VIRGINIA

STRICKLAND, KAY

TUNNELL, LOIS

UNDERWOOD, JUDY

WETHERINGTON, JOAN

WILLIAMSON, BETSY

COOK, DR. GEORGE A., Advisor

JENKINS, MRS. ANTOINETTE, Advisor

JENKINS, DR. EDGAR B., Advisor

KILPATRICK, DR. RACHAEL, Advisor

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Tau Sigma

Alpha

LYNDA LEWIS President

ANNIE M. RIDDICK Viee President

BRENDA PAINTER Secretary

JUDY UNDERWOOD Treasurer

Founded during the Spring Quarter of 1955,

the Alpha Chapter of Tau Sigma, national

education fraternity, initiates students

who are second quarter freshmen or upper-

classmen, are a B.S. candidate, have earned

a "B" average, and possess the qualities of

leadership. Plans to fulfill their four purposes

other than the two monthly meetings included a

special dinner meeting once each quarter with a

guest speaker and an annual tour of Caswell Training

School. Social plans of this organization included

the Homecoming festivities and the Mardi Gras Carnival.

Tau Sigma is under the direction of Dr. Douglas Jones.

BAILEY, SUE LYNN

BIGGS, JUDY

BROWN, FAYE

BROWN, PATRICIA

COMER, JUDY

CREEGAN, FAYE

CRUTCHLOW, SUE

CURRIN, JULIANA

FREEMAN, CAROLYN

GARNER, NANCY

GAY, GLADYS

GODWIN, JUDY

GRIFFIN, VIRGINIA

HOOPER, VERNA

MARSHBURN, ANN

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Greek Activities

Sponsored by the Inter-Fraternity Council,

the Coasters, popular rock and roll group,

visited campus for a concert.

Greek Week Queen, Barbara Jenkins, was crowned

by the 1961 Queen, Kathryn Crumpler.

Fun was had by all as the various fraternities

and sororities worked on their floats for the

Homecoming Parade.

M. B. Godbold accepts the Board of Trustees

Scholarship Trophy for the Phi Kappa Taus from

Mr. James Mallory, Dean of Men.

Papier mache, napkins, and hard work were the

thre prerequisites for the Chi Omegas as they

prepared their float.

Alpha Phi sponsored a bingo booth at the Mardi

Gras Carnival. Miss Gay Hogan, their advisor,

enjoyed the merriment.

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"Dedicated to a Young Man's Taste" is the motto of the personnel

of the CAMPUS CORNER. True dedication to the various tastes of

the men at East Carolina College is their guide in offering you

the styles you like best. Choose from the fine array of men's wear

for any occasion-dress or casual-at the CAMPUS CORNER.

PERKINS-PROCTOR, "The House of Name Brands" for Greenville, is more

than just another men's clothing store. Keep your wardrobe up to date

with the latest styles from the complete stock at PERKINS-PROCTOR,

located at 202 East Fifth Street-one block from the College campus.

One of Greenville's newer restaurants, THE BOHEMIAN offers the atmosphere

and service to make your meal both complete and satisfying. The BOHEMIAN

specializes in steaks, but also offers you a complete menu from which to

select your meal. THE BOHEMIAN also invites you to try their delicious

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219 West Walnut Street Goldsboro, North Carolina

SALLIE'S features Eastern Carolina's largest selection

of bridal and formal wear.

Miss Cathy Shesso, Buccaneer Queen 1963, models an exclusive

style of coral satin brocade. The sheath features a front panel

of flowing chiffon that can be styled in several ways to show the

lovely contours of the gown.

SALLIE'S is North Carolina's most complete Bridal Shop,

including all accessories.

Mrs. george Hodgin Bridal Consultant

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Enjoy your next meal in the quiet, relaxing atmosphere of THE

SILO RESTAURANT. Charcoal steaks, Chicken in the Rough, breakfast,

regular dinners, and seafoods of all kinds are the specialties of

THE SILO. THE SILO offers private dining rooms for any size party or

club group. Free delivery anywhere in Greenville is included in all

orders of $3.50 or more.

Miss Sylvia Hutto

Organist

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Open twenty-four hours a day, RISSS HOUSE RESTAURANT offers a complete

menu ranging from short orders to full meais. Speedy service, fine food,

a friendly atmosphere, and plenty of free parking are yours to enjoy at

the RIGGS HOUSE RESTAURANT.

Long a favorite place to shop for campus fashions, THE COLLEGE SHOP has

just been remodeled to serve you better with the latest campus styles.

Enjoy the same friendly service and the latest in campus wear at the "new"

COLLEGE SHOP.

The life of your clothes is determined by the cleaning care you give them.

Your clothes will have a longer life if you let NEW DEAL CLEANERS take care

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You can outfit the entire family in quality shoes from LARRY'S SHOE STORE at

Five Points in Greenville. One visit to LARRY'S will convince you that their

prices and quality cannot be beat.

The friendly salesmen at LARRY'S are willing to aid you in choosing the shoes

you prefer from their full line of quality shoes.

Call on one of the following members of the GREENVILLE ASSOCIATION OF ALLIED

FLORISTS the next time you need flowers. Use their FTD, Florists Telegraph

Delivery Service. Call JEFFERSON FLORIST; TYSON FLOWER SHOP; GREENVILLE FLORAL

CO.; or COX FLORAL SERVICE.

Located at Five Points, the heart of the downtown Greenville area, MARY ANNE'S

SODA SHOP invites you to enjoy your next meal with them. MARY ANNE'S offers a

menu including sandwiches or a full course meal. The next time you are shopping,

stop at MARY ANNE'S SODA SHOP for good food at reasonable prices.

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For all your grocery needs, shop at COZART'S SUPER MARKET,

2105 Dickinson Avenue. COZART'S carries only top quality

products. Plenty of free parking, friendly service, and low

prices are yours at COZART'S.

One call brings you all the Texaco fuel oils and kerosene you

need. Texaco products are sold and distributed in the Greenville

area by W. O. MOORE, Atlantic Avenue in Greenville.

Directed this year by Dale Blackwell and managed by Doug Crumpler,

THE COLLEGIANS, now in their fourteenth year on the East Carolina

campus, play for major dances on the East coast. Featuring a fifteen

piece dance band and a five piece combo. THE COLLEGIANS have gained

the reputation of "The Finest Band in the Tar Heel Land."

The Collegians

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No matter what the occasion may be, a gift of jewelry will be long

remembered. Whether it is a watch for graduation or an exquisite

diamond ring for that important day in your life, see the jewelry

experts at BEST JEWELRY COMPANY in Greenville. Customer satisfaction

comes first at BEST.

Classical, Jazz, Opera, or Rock and Roll-regardless of your taste

in music, MUSIC ARTS in Greenville is the place to go. addition to

a complete line of records, MUSIC ARTS is your shopping center for

sheet music, musical instruments, hi-fidelity and stereo, and television.

Top quality clothing for the entire family can be found at BLOUNT-HARVEY

COMPANY-Greenville's family clothing store. Be in style for any occasion

with clothes and accessories from BLOUNT-HARVEY COMPANY.

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SMITH'S MOTEL invites visiting alumni to spend the weekend with

them on their next visit to Greenville. You will enjoy the

air-conditioned comfort and the convenience of television and

telephones in each room. There is also a swimming pool for the

enjoyment of every guest at SMITH'S MOTEL located on Memorial

Drive in Greenville.

HOME SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION of

Greenville invites every college graduate

to learn the facts about financing their

new home with an approved home loan. Put your

money to work for you by opening a savings

account that is insured by the Federal Deposit

Insurance Corporation.

First with the latest in movie entertainment,

the STATE THEATRE invites you to spend an evening

enjoying a good movie. Take your next date to the

STATE for an evening of relaxation, fun, and entertainment.

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Remember the one you love with a beautiful bouquet of

flowers from INA'S HOUSE OF FLOWERS. INA'S HOUSE OF

FLOWERS can answer any of your decorating problems.

Call INA'S HOUSE OF FLOWERS, located on the Bethel

Highway, for complete floral services.

Look your best for that next special occassion with

cosmetics from MERLE NORMAN'S COSMETICS STUDIO located

on East Fifth Street in Greenville. MERLE NORMAN'S carries

a complete line of cosmetics and beauty aids to help you

look your lovliest and to bring out your natural beauty.

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The new look for 1963-East Carolina's

new Ficklen Memorial Stadium and these

two lively ones from FORD. The ultimate

in automotive engineering is evidenced in

these two models-the Galaxie 300XL Convertible

and the Galaxie Sedan. See all of the 1963

models, Galaxies, Falcons, Fairlanes, and

Station Wagons, at JENKIN'S MOTOR COMPANY in

Greenville.

The WEST-END CIRCLE DRIVE IN offers a complete

menu ranging from short orders to full meals.

Avoid the uptown traffic and enjoy a snack or

meal in the comfort of your own car.

In addition to fifty-two air-conditioned rooms,

KENLAND MOTEL has a swimming pool, shuffleboard

court, and a putting green for the enjoyment of

their guests. KENLAND MOTEL is a recognized member

of Quality Courts. KENLAND welcomes those who may

be traveling through Greenville, and invites you to

enjoy your stay here.

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HUMBLE OIL AND REFINING COMPANY

Located on East Tenth Street at Colonial Heights,

NUNN'S ESSO SERVICE stands ready to serve you with

dependable Esso gasoline and oil. NUNN'S has all

three of Esso's fine gasolines; Esso Regular, Esso

Extra, and Golden Esso-one perfect for your car.

Located on East Fifth Street, across the street from

the Col lege, EDWARD'S ESSO STATION invites you to

stop in and fill up with dependable Esso gasoline and

other Esso products. EDWARD'S invites you to always stop

at the ESSO sign, the world's first choice in petroleum products.

For fast, courteous service and dependable Esso products,

stop at CARROW'S ESSO SERVICE at 100 East Tenth Street in

Greenville. CARROW'S is equiped to give you fast, efficient

service and to make minor automotive repairs.

Esso Heating Oil is a premium quality heating oil-at no extra

cost. You can't buy better and you get the protection of "Watchdog"

Oil Heat Service. CARAWAN OIL COMPANY is Greenville's distributor

for Esso Heating Oil, Esso Oil Burners, and Esso Automotive Gasolines.

ESSO-The World's First Choice

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You can rest assured that your prescription is filled accurately

if you take it to BEDDINGFIELD PHARMACY. BEDDINGFIELD'S offers

complete fountain service, plus a full line of cosmetics,

novelties, and notions.

Whether you are looking for school supplies or furnishing a

complete office, the latest in school and office supplies

and equipment can be found at CAROLINA OFFICE EQUIPMENT

COMPANY. This local firm is the supplier for a complete line

of Underwood and Gestetner office machines and invites you to

take advantage of their modern office planning service.

Serving all Eastern Carolina, BELK-TYLER COMPANY is your

one-stop family department store. You can outfit the entire

family at BELK-TYLER'S. BELK-TYLER'S has the most complete

men's department in Greenville.

BELK-TYLER'S offers the coed the latest in sports fashions

in their modern second-floor ladies' department.

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Before you make any repairs on your home, see H. L. HODGES

AND COMPANY for the latest in hardware and hardware supplies.

H. L. HODGES is also the place to go for the most modern line

of sporting equipment. Come in and see the latest line of

shotguns, rifles, fishing equipment, and equipment for any

sporting activity.

For an evening of fine movie entertainment, take your next date

to East Carolina's entertainment headquarters, the PITT THEATER.

The PITT carries only the best from the movie world and invites

you to spend an enjoyable evening with them.

Fashion-conscious young men shop at STEINBECK'S-Greenville's

style center. STEINBECK'S has the latest in men's fashions

and stands ready to assist you in making your choice.

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"Experienced Insurance Service" for Fire,

Casually, Marine, and Life Insurance-for

information call WILLARD AND WEBB INSURANCE

AGENCY. WILLARD AND WEBB is your Independent

Insurance Agent in Greenville.

Every man knows the importance of keeping well

groomed. STOKES-HUDSON BARBER SHOP keeps this

fact in mind every time you come in for a haircut.

STOKES-HUDSON has five experienced barbers to give

you the fast, efficient service you expect.

Planning a party? Be sure to include several cartons

of the drink for modern people. Think young and enjoy

the light refreshing taste of Pepsi-Cola-now in half quarts too.

Bottled and distributed by the PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY of Greenville.

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Specializing in the needs of the college student, TAFF OFFICE

EQUIPMENT COMPANY carries a complete line of greeting cards,

stationery, school and office supplies, and typewriters.

"You are a stranger here but once" at DORA'S TOWER GRILL.

A long-time favorite of the college set, DORA'S offers a

complete menu ranging from short-orders to full meals. Stop

often and enjoy meeting your fellow students at DORA'S.

Music, news, and weather-WOOW Radio in Greenville brings you

the latest in all three. Keep your radio set to 1340 on your

radio dial for the Wonderful World of WOOW.

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The relaxing and comfortable atmosphere at the CINDERELLA

RESTAURANT will make your meals more enjoyable. Choose

from their menu of choice Western steaks, seafoods, and

pizzas. The CINDERELLA also offers two large dining rooms

for dinner parties, and fraternity or sorority meetings.

You can depend on the experts at COX ARMATURE WORKS, INC.

for complete automotive electrical repairs. COX will repair

or exchange generators, starters, and voltage regulators.

For fast, efficient service, take your car to COX ARMATURE

WORKS, INC.

Be among the best-dressed men on campus-see the latest MEN'S

WEAR in Greenville. You can rest assured that you will look

your best in clothes from COFFMAN'S MEN'S WEAR.

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Let your money start working for you-open an insured savings

account at WACHOVIA BANK AND TRUST COMPANY. Your savings will

earn more under WACHOVIA'S Daily Interest Plan. WACHOVIA BANK

AND TRUST COMPANY offers complete banking services and is a

member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and the

Federal Reserve System.

Open from 7:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m. seven days a week,

including holidays, the MIGHTY MIDGET is the place to

shop for your food and grocery needs. Parking is never a

problem at the MIGHTY MIDGET located on Highway 264 By-pass

away from uptown traffic congestion.

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First the clock . . .

then the plant-

When a customer bought 100 cigars from the wholesale grocery

firm of H. Cone & Sons in 1870, he received a handsome clock.

Some of these clocks are still ticking away. In addition to

selling cigars and groceries for their father, Moses and Ceasar

Cone sold cotton plaids. Seeing a great future in fabrics, they

started the Cone textile enterprises as a selling and commission

house in 1891. They built the original manufacturing plant in 1896.

What of Cone Mills Today?

From these small beginnings has come one of the world's largest and

most progressive textile firms. With 18 plants employing almost

13,000 men and women, Cone Mills today is the world's largest producer

of corduroys, denims and flannels. Its modern printing and finishing

operations are turning out a host of other fashion-right fabrics. Cone

through its research and development activities is constantly seeking

better ways to make better materials.

Examples of Cone firsts in this country are the new, popular stretch

denims and corduroys.

To maintain its high standards, our company needs young people with

initiative and intelligence. Cone Mills offers opportunities in four

areas . . . production, administration, sales and research. Would you

be interested in joining such a progressive organization? Write

Industrial Relations Department, Cone Mills Corporation, Greensboro, N. C.

CONE MILLS CORPORATION

"Where fabrics of tomorrow are woven today."

EXECUTIVE OFFICES

Greensboro, N. C.

FINISHING PLANTS

Carlisle & Greenville, S. C.

Greensboro & Haw River, N. C.

MANUFACTURING PLANTS-Avondale, Cliffside, Greensboro,

Forest City, Salisbury, Pineville, Reidsville,

Gibsonville, Haw River and Hillsboro in North Carolina.

Greenville in South Carolina.

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Enjoy seafood at its finest at CLIFF'S OYSTER BAR. CLIFF'S

has oysters-steamed or fried-plus fried shrimp and delicious

T-Bone Steaks. Located on the Washington Highway, CLIFF'S OYSTER

BAR is open from 4:30 to 11:00 p.m. Sunday through Friday, and

from 4:30 to 12:00 p.m. on Saturday.

With a meal, with a snack, or just by itself-Royal Crown Cola

is refreshing every time. Royal Crown Cola is bottled and distributed

in this area by the ROYAL CROWN BOTTLING COMPANY of Greenville.

We extend hearty congratulations to the Class of 1963 and sincerely

hope that Greenville will always be remembered as a city of friendly,

hospitable people who extend to each and all a hearty welcome to visit

with us often.

CITY OF GREENVILLE GREENVILLE

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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Quality you can count on

Among the Liggett & Myers brands there is a quality cigarette

to satisfy every taste . . . filter, non-filter or menthol.

The uniform high quality of these fine cigarettes accounts for

their world-wide popularity.

448






Photo Art Studio

Fred Robertson Assistant Manager

Gilbert L. Windham Manager

Official Buccaneer Photographers

Located at 224 East Fifth Street, PHOTO ARTS STUDIO

serves as the focal point of portrait and commercial

photography for East Carolina College.

Rufus Freeman Olive Gordon, Color Artist Tom Doe Grace Hales

Phil Helms Tom Houston Tom Reese Gene Saunders Johnny Spell

Frank Trent Bruce Whitaker

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You are invited to stop in at the VARSITY and

select your favorites from its menu. With meals

ranging from sandwiches to full-course meals, the

VARSITY is also noted for its two Italian specialties

-pizza and spaghetti.

Your clothes will be clean and ready in just one hour

at ONE HOUR MARTINIZING. The convenient location at

III East Tenth Stree makes ONE HOUR MARTINIZING easily

accessible from the College and the Greenville business

area. A drive-in window and large off-street parking lot

are also available for your convenience.

Homer Ball, Ball Studio, Goldsboro, N. C.-All Color; 429,

Vaughn Gwyn -4-3; 5; 33; 80-3.

East Carolinian -98-3; 102-4; 179; 320; 321-3, 354-1.

Joe Waldrop -82-2; 325.

United States Marine Corps -68-3, 4, 5.

Walter C. Faulkner -92-3; 401-2.

John W. Garriss -112; 115; 116-1; 373-1, 2; 401-3.

Gilbert Windham -119-4.

Ronnie Neal -401-4.

Goldsboro News Argus -102, 2, 3.

J. Walter Thompson Company, New York, N. Y. -448.

Tom Doe-Portraits, Advertisements, Basketball action: 51-2,

4, 5; 52-2, 3, 5; 54-3; 81 87-4; 92-2; 93; 95; 98-2; 102-1

103; 104-6; 105-1, 2, 4; 116-3, 4; 117; 118; I 19-1, 2, 3;

120-1; 162-164; 168; 173; 174-2; 176-178; 183-3, 4,; 188

298-1, 3; 299-3, 4; 305-3, 4; 307; 309-1, 2; 310; 314-3,

4; 344 345-3, 4; 346-1, 2; 347-348; 352; 354-3, 4; 356-375;

363; 365-1 369-2, 3; 371-1, 2; 375-1; 377-1, 2, 3; 379-1,

2, 3; 385-1; 393; 397-1, 3; 399; 407-2, 4; 417-2; 418.

Fred Robertson-Buccaneer Citations, Minor Division Pages,

Football action, Musical groups, Basketball action: 4-1, 2;

10 30-1, 3, 4; 33-48; 50; 51-1, 3, 6; 52-1, 4; 53-1, 2, 7;

54-1, 2, 4

5, 6; 56-1, 2, 3; 57-3, 4; 58-60; 61-1, 3, 4; 62-67; 68-1, 2;

69-71 76-77; 80-1, 2; 85; 87-1, 4; 89-1, 3; 90-1; 91-1, 2, 4, 5;

92-1, 4 94-5; 97; 98-4; 99-101; 102-5; 104-1, 5; 105-3; 106; 108

110-1 11; 116-2; 120-2, 3, 4; 122-124; 126-128; 129-1, 2; 130-1 2,

3; 131-2; 133-1, 4; 135-2, 3; 142-148; 165-167:171; 174-1 181-182;

272; 298-2, 4; 299-1, 2; 300-301; 302-1, 2; 303; 304-1 2; 306-1, 2;

308-1, 2; 309-3, 4; 313-314; 318; 320-1, 2; 322-324 326-341; 345-1,2;

346-3,4; 350-351; 354-2; 355-2, 3; 358; 365 3; 367-3; 369-4; 371-3;

373-3, 4; 375-2; 377-4; 379-4; 381 387-1, 2; 389-1, 2, 4; 391; 395-3,

4; 397-2; 401-1; 403-1; 495 407-1, 3; 409; 41 i; 413-3; 415; 423-2, 6;

428-2, 3; 499-5; 450-1 463; 464.

Rufus Freeman - Basketball action: 30-2; 56-4; 57-1, 2; 61-2, 5; 78-79;

82-3, 4; 86; 87-2, 3; 88; 89-2; 90-2, 3; 91-3; 94-1, 2, 3; 98-1; 129-3, 4;

130-4; 131-1, 3, 4; 132; 133-2, 3; 134; 135-1, 4; 138-141; 175; 180; 183-1,

2; 302-3, 4; 304-3, 4; 305-1, 2; 306-3, 4; 308-3, 4; 314-1, 2; 316; 355-1, 4;

359; 362; 365-2; 369-1; 375-3; 385-2, 3, 4; 413-1; 417-1; 423-1, 3, 4, 5.

Exclusive of portraits, first number indicates page; number(s) after dash

indicate location on page numbering from left to right and top to bottom of page.

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General Index

Inderson, Phillip Anderson, Ralph Anderson, Wiley

- 250

Jay

Andrews, Linda J.

Andrews, Lynda E

Andrews. Randall F _ _

Andrews, Sandra G.

Ange, Elton R., Jr.

Ange, Robert L

Angelo, Joseph _

Anglin, Linda J

Angstadt, Robert D _...._ _

Annis, Dorothy W

Anthony, James T., Ill _

Apple, James K

A:

273






Blm- n. Patricia S.

II .

Blythe, Marl.... E. Boadn. Ed ill I Boatright, Juanita L. Bobbilt, Joan F. Bobb, Nanc) I

Bobbilt, Jack P

Bobersky, Richard W Bo.k. Margaret A. Boettner, George R. Bogato, Jolin A. Bolen, Hugh II.

Bi.llin; Bond,

E.. Jr.

Bonner, Mic.ij.ili M. Booker, Til. Unas Boone. Martha G. - Boone, Robert L.

Boswell, Sara P. Boteler, Edward M. Bottorf, Raymond I

B Dder, Robert I

Bounds, Ralph M., Bowen, Tony R. .

Bowers, Dan L

Bowers. Harold S, Bowker, Calvin S.. Bowler, Charles D. Bowlinp, Patsy S. Bowman. Juanita J Boyce. Emily S. Boyee, Janice E. Boyd, Bronly S. _ Boyd, Carolyn C. Boyd. Elbert M., Boyd. Clenn T. Boyd, Jaeky D. -

192

Boyette. Glen. la P.

Boyelte, Janiee B.

Boyette, Joseph G

Boyette, Lynette

Boyhan, Thomas P

Boyte, Joseph L

Bradburry, Victoria V.

Bradley, David J.

Bradley. Margaret K.

Bradley, Sandra W.

Bradner, Cleveland -

Brady. Eunice A

Brady, Johnny T

Brady, Johnny W.

Otis

oll.v

anil. .n. Ell/ah. Ill K 376,

.swell. Billy E.

Briley. William C Brim, Troy M., Brimley, Ralph - Brincgar, Paul M Brinkley, Linda F Brinkley, William Brinn, Phyllis S. Brinn. William J., Brinson, Dorothy Brislin. Kathleen Britt, Henry V. _ llrin. Nettie S. Britt, Patricia A. Britt. Walter H.

252

Brittain. Dorothy W. 252

Br,.., .Hi.1.1. Lovick P. 275

Broadhurst, Elizabeth L. 252

Broadhurst. Frederick L. 17

Broadhurst, Ruth J. 17

Brock, Charles E., Jr. 275

Brock. James D. 275

Brock, James Douglas 275

Brook, Michael C. 193

Brook-. Betty G. 193

Brooks, Carolyn E. 421, 233

Brooks, Donald P. 275

Hr. Mildred E. 193

Brookshire, Roger N. 193

Brothers, Anne L, Broughton, Judy E.

366, 233 370, 193

Charles M., Jr.

Claudin C.

Dora A -

Dwight D -

Elizabeth F.

Brown, Harriett

Brown, Joseph P.

233 Bro.

Browning, Marie B.

lock, Jacqueline O.

lock, Louise C. __

lock, Marvin F.

ngarner, David T _

ich, Marilyn K.

Ola

Bunn, Ralph H.. Jr. Bunting, Jerry D

275

Burgess, David S.

Burgess. E. Kave

Burketle. David A.

Burkhead. Harriet J Burnett, George M Burn.v. Bett) L. Burris, Donald R. Burris, Elizabeth Burris, Joy H. Burris, Malcolm 1

Bynum. Merrill H.. Jr.

Byrd, Gerald L.

Byrd. J. William

Byrd. Larry D.

Byrd, Meredith L.

Byrd, Ronald D -

Cain, Donna Cain, Ellen Cain. Linda

Cain, Randall S -

Calberg, Carl A.. Jr. Caldwell, Carolyn J. ... Callicutt. Phillip A. .- Calloway, Nancy L. Cameron, Betsy C. -

Cameron, Everett

Cameron. Judith A. _ Cameron, Norman H. Campbell, Anne G. -

,ph.

JoAn

27.",

Campbell, Mary Campbell, Williai Campbell, Williai Canady, Dan C. Canipe, Brenda Canipe, Peggie Cannady, Diana Cannady, Sylvia Cannon. Clarenrt

Caudill, Sue C 234






Clark, Amos 0.

Clark, Jolm B.

Clark, Joyce R.

Clark, Lorn I).

Clark, Mary L. ..__

Clark. Myra C

Clark, Rc,,arJ L.

Clark, Ruth C.

Clark, Thurman L.

Clark. William H.

Clarke, John R

Clarke, Sanimie J. Clay, Faye C. Clay. Howard B. .. Claybrook, Dorothy Clevengek, Sara P. Clifton, Susan R. _

Cline, Bill J

Cline, Fred R. ....

Clii

Clymer, William J

Coa.es, James E

Coats, Rose M

Cobb, Charles D.

Cobb, Lester M, Jr _...

Cobb, Sandra C.

Cobb, Sandra L.

Coble, Carolyn A.

Coble, Mary E. _

Cochran, Alice J

Cochran, Mary C.

Cochran, Randy C.

Cochran. William Cockman. Mary J. __

Coefield, G. W

Coghill, Betty V.

Coghill. Conrad C, Jr. _.

Coker, Carolyn E.

Colby, Paul S., Jr.

Cole, Brian D.

Cole, Margaret L.

Cole, Walter E. _

Coleman, Barbara A.

Coleman, Hubert A.

Coleman, Judith R.

College Union

Betty J. Cara E.

421,

Colwell, Brenda K.

Combs, Carol A.

Combs, LeAnne

Comer, Julia E

Compton, Nancy G

Conder, Anne R.

Congleton, Betty

Congleton, Kenneth R. _

Conn, Mary J.

Conner, Jean H.

Connors, Charles E, Jr. _

Conrad, Marshall L.

Conway, Judith L

Cook, George A.

Cook, Wayne 400,

Cooke, Connie K.

Cooke, Faye E 366,

Cooke, Gladys W.

Cooke, Olive H. 404,

Cooley, Alice F.

Coon, John W.

Cooper, Bettie J.

Cooper, Mary L.

Cooper, William C.

Cope, Carol A.

Copeland, Henry L.

Copeland, J. Winston

Copeland, James K., Jr.

Copeland, Julia M.

Copley, James L.

Copley, William M., Ill

Copple, Carl B.

Copple, Richard L.

Corbett, Arthur G.

Corbett, Dianne

Corbett, Johnny N.

Corey, Diane

Corn, Rita L.

Cosby, Wayne M.

277

Robert E

Dail, Eva S.

277

Betty L

Patricia A

Patricia L. ..._

Davis, David I

Davis, David \

Davis, Donald

Davis, Edgar (

Davis, Flora I

Davis, Graham

Davis, Joseph E, Jr.

Davis

i iii.

Davis, Linda K

Davis, Margaret Rose

Davis, Mary Hughes

Davis. Mary John _

Deal, Tony Ray Dean, Edna Marie Dean. Janet Marie Dean, W. L. Deane, Brian C

Sandra Carol

Debnnm, Danny K

DeBruhl, Carolyn F

Debter, Ouida C _

Deegan, Jack D

Delemarre, John K

DeLong, Margaret Ann Del Russo, Alfred M. .

Delia Plii Delia _

Delta Sigma Phi _

Delta Sigma Pi

Delta Zela

Den

277

Den

Audrey V. Fred T

Dercole, Patricia A

Derrick, J.

Derrick, Mildred E Derrick, Mildred H DeShong, William 1 DeVane, Elizabeth i

DeVorsey, Louis

Dew, Brenda L

Dew, Lucile M _

Dewar, Thadys

Dewey, Charles A., Ill __

- 235

- _ 368, 198

Charlotte W. :co, Lewis G.

Diuguid, Frank S, III

Dix

Calvert

Dixon, Jackie B. _ Dixon, Melda Faye Dobson, Edith D. .. Dockery, Johnny Y. Dodson, George A. Doe, Thomas B., II

Gerald \I.

198

Dorsey, Mary B.

Dorsey, Neil E.

Doub, Linda Gray _.

Dougherty, Mabel

Douglas, George A.

Douglas, Keith John

Dove, Joyce Lee

Dowd, Carolyn Ann

Dowd, Robert Edward

Dowdy. Audrey Virginia _ Dowdy, Bybe Hollowell _

Dowdy, Gary Joseph

Dowdy, Ronald Eugene






Ein,

Mel F.

Rae

278

Drew, Alma Grace 278

Driver. Kenneth Wade _ 278

Drum, Roger Dale 278

Drummond, Patricia A. 255

Dry, Melvin Nixon, Jr 278

Drysdale, S t Allen 278

Dnbrow, Lynda Elizabeth 278

Hurl, ma, in, Elizabeth L _ 198

Dudley, Bonnie Meiggs 410, 199

Dudley, Cynthia Lou 255

Dudley, David F. _.._ _ 390, 199

Dudley, Ginger Lee 278

Dudley, Mary Long - 256

Duke, Joseph Benjamin -. . 235

Duke, Robert M., Jr.

Duncan, Roy Charles, Jr ...

Dunlow, Dorothy J.

Dunn. Betty Modlin

Dunn, Edward Kent, Jr

Dunn, Eva Elayne

Dunn, Steven Loy,l

Dupree, Linda Allen

Dupree, Virginia C.

Durham, W. Edmund

-.- 256

308. 2.-.H

Egan, Elsie S

Eagles, Laura Kathryn

Eanes, Clifton Wayno

Early, Effie Carew

Earp, Mary Anne

Eason, Roberta Anne

East Carolinian Staff 338

Eatmon, Laverne E ._ 199

Eatmon, Velma Ruth 236

Ebbs. John D. _ 19

Edens, Ruby E. 19

Edgerton, Lois Lee 236

Edmiston, Robert S 20

Edwards, Agnes Louise 256

Edwards, Charlotte E ... 2,56

Edwards, David Franklin 199

Edwards, Harvey Wilson, Jr. _... 406, 199

Edwards, Herman O., Jr .... 278

Edwards. James Preston 236

Edward-. James Roger 236

Edwards, Joe W 199

Edward-, L iar.1 G., Jr. 278

Edwards. Palsy Ann I99

Edwards. Richard Donald 278

Edwards, Robert O.

Edwards, Sandra Cathryn

Edwards, Stephen Bruce

Edwards, Silvia Leslie

Edwards, Tracy Camille .

.. 400, 236

278

_ _ 199

Elir

Efland, Linda Kathleen

Efland. Marilyn Wilson

Ehrmann, Robert Joseph

Eidson, Edith Henry

Eiduke, Vincent F.

Eiseman, Byron M., Jr.

Eiseman, Carol C _

Elder, Sara Jeanette

Elder, Sylvia Dianne

Elias, Charlotte Z.

Elias, Gloria Jean

Elias, Jo \nn

Elkins, Terry Gail _...

Ellen, Dorothy H.

Ellen. Thomas Joel

Fll.r. Frank W

Eller, Jerry W>

Lee

Ellington, Charles W

Elliott, Judith Rose

Ellis, Barbara Ann

Ellis. Lena C.

England, Carolyn R,

Engle, Nanene

English, Carolyn Dale _ English, Mildred Louise

Ennis, Sarah Ellen

Ennis, Waller Michael Epps, Carolyn Gwynn -

Epton, Sarah Kay

Erwin. Sucy Carol

Esham, Richard Otis

----- 200

E-t.

Robert James

Rosalie Brenda Daniel Bennett

Dorothy Stephana Albert L., Ill .. Carolyn Louise Charlotte Merle

Evans, Freddie Shea

Evans, Hiram Butler

Evans, Linda Arlese

Evans, Linda Faye

Evans, Margaret Jean

Evans, Patricia Earle ......

Evans, Patricia Nell ..

Evans, Sara E.

Everett, Edith R _

Everett, Grover W

Everett, Nell C.

Everett, Priseilla

Shirley A.

William C.

Evorelte, Melba J. ......

Everhart. Robert C. ...

Ev.rs. Shelby J

Everson, Marshel W.

Fv, Agnes N.

Farris, Pat R.

Farriss, Francis C. Farrow, Carol A. - Faulkner, Charleene Faulkner. Walter C, Faw, Jean P.

Fearing, Alan B

Feimster, Larn D

Felts. Carol M.

Ferguson, Danny T. ..._

Ferrell, Evelyn E.

Ferrell, Sandra J ......

Fetner, Robert J., Jr. .....

Fields, Billy C

392, 256

(.!,.

R, Jr

Fipps, Lowery L.

Fischer, Catherine R. _

Fish, Judith B.

Fisher, Dorothy L.

Fisher, Glenn J, Jr. _

Fisher, Jay F.

Fitzgerald, John E.

Fitzgibbon. Sandra L. _

Flake, Joe M., Jr

Flake. Judith M

Flake. Mablelccn

Flanagan, Mark F.

Flaudcrs, Bob S. Fleming, Brenda R.

-G-

Caddy, Juniu Caddy, Willi,

Gaines, Robert H.

Gardner. Gardner, Gardner,

Garrett, Basil W, Jr

Gee, Michael C.

Gibbs. Bonnie Cibbs, Marie . Gilbert, Linda

280






L. -

Gossett, William T. 386, 203

Gould, Betty F.

Grady, Frances G.

Grady, Harvey W., Jr.

Grady, Linda F.

Grady, Shelba J.

Grady, Spencer R. 41

Graham, Judith A.

Graham. June M.

Graham, Kay F.

Grant, Gerald L., II

Grant, Thomas E. 41'

Grantham, Claude S.

Crate, William H.

III

Graves, E. Charlton

Gray, Wellington B.

Greason, Sudy K. -

Green, C. Clinton

Green, Virginia A.

Greene, Barbara A

Greene, Kelly E.

Greene, Margaret E.

Greene, Mary H.

Greene, Sandy L.

Greenhill, Susan A.

Greenwell, Anne B.

Greer, Carolyn L.

Greer, Elizabeth A.

Griffin, Bonnie E.

Griffin, Linda S.

Griffin, Minnie V.

Griffin, Patricia E.

Griffin, Susan

Griffith, Betty R.

Griffith, Daisy R.

Griffith, George L.

Griffith, Malcolm P.

Griggs, Carl T.

Griggs, George W.

Grigsby, Lois

Grimes, Junius D., Ill

Grimes, Loretta Q.

Grimsley, Jimmie R.

Grindstaff, Nancy R.

Crissom, Dennis M.

-H-

Hear. Marg Hackney, I

H.i. kv.,.rt!i.

E.

Haddcn, Richard L. Haddock, Carol A.

Haddock, LaRuc D.

Haddock, Virginia C.

Haddon, Claudia L.

Haffman, Jerri D.

Hagcrly, Guy L

Hahn, Jeffrey C.

Haigwood, T. J.

Hair, Sandra F.

Haislip, Ann P.

Hale, Gloria J.

Hale, Richard O.

Hale, Sara F.

Hales, Jesman A.

f

v*V

Hall, Celia R Hall, Claude Hall, Dorothy

Hall, Jeffrey

Hall, Linda I

Hall, Mabel 1

Hall, Martha

Hall, Mary B

Hall, Nancy j

Hall, Pamela

Hall

Jomit

Hamill, William N.

Hamilton, John E.

Hamilton, Violet F.

Hamlett, Michael L.

Hammond, Lucy 0.

Hammond, Ruby J.

Hampton, Carol D.

Hancock, Joyce E.

Handy, Mike D.

Hanes, Donald L.

Hanes, Shirley J.

Haney, Patricia J.

Haney, William A., Jr.

Hansen, Charles H. Hanson, Linda S. - Harben, Ronald C. Harbolt, Jimmy L. Hardee, Glenda A. Hardee, Joseph R. Hardee, Lillie C. - Hardee, Margaret ] Hardee, Robert M. Harden. Thad E. Hardie, Shelvia J. Hardison, Benjamin Hardison, Donna IV Hardison, Janice G Hardison, Linda A. Hardison, Marjorie Hardison, Robert I Hardison, Robert H Hardison, Smith P. Hardy, Barbara A. Hardy, Brenda K. Hardy, Floraine M Hargett, Eva K. _

13

258

ILirn

28:

Harpe, Henry C.

Harper, Charles M.

Harper, Hontas

Harper, Virgil B.

Harrell, Florence F.

Harrell, Gerald L.

Harrell. Lee L. 376,

Harrell, Linford L.

Harrell, Molly L.

Harrell, Peggy J.

Harrington, Margie R.

Harrington, Ricky T.

Harrington, William A.

455






da G. Hooper, Tracie E.

Hooper, Tracj C. _ -

Hooper, Verna M

Hooper, William E _

Hoover, Doris A. _

Hopkins, Ella L.

Hopkins, Giles D.

Hopkins, Sylvia L

Horkan, Michael T _

Hum.-, Ann T.

T.

or. Mitchell C.

Elizabeth M. ... Richard M.

on. Penny G. . on, Thomas K. , Larry K. -....

Howard, Lvnda E. Howard, Mollie E. Howe, Michael S. Howell. Bruce I. Howell. Carlton D Howell, Frances \Y Howell, lames S Howell. John M.

Industrial Arts Clu

Ingold. Ray V

Ingram, Norma J. . Ingram, Peggy J. Inman, Gerald D.

Inman. Judy F

Inter-Religious Coun

ludil

259

259

259

Jackson, Sephie Lee

renda Alden

lines, Kenneth C.

ames, Polly Lee

ames, Robert Louis

ames. Rose Lynn

Jarman, Cecil Thomas . Jarman, Charlotte E. .._ Jarman, James Ashley . Jarrell, Clyde Rickey - . Jarrell, Linda Marie

Jarvis. Ollie Renn _

Jeffreys, Donald B. Jeffries. Lillie Mae Jenkins. Antoinette S. .

421. 22

Barbara Alice .. Charles Raymond Edgar B. Floyd Person

Alice Marie

. 378, 260

260

II ,!

ohnson, Joel Keith

uhnson, John Douglas ...

m, Joseph Deleon _

ohnson, Joseph Talton .

ohnson, Joy Stanton

ohnson, Judith Carol

ohnson, Judy Lynn

ohnson, Katharine E. .

ohnson, Lillian May

ohnson, Linda Lou

ohnson. Mary Gable

uhnson, Mflonie

283

M- ha. I W .

King, Betty C.

King. Dianne H.

Kin?, Michael B

King, Nora J.

King, Rebecca M. .....

King, Robert W.

King, Ronald H.

King Youth Fellowship

Kingrey, Robert N.

Kinlaw, William B.

Kinsey, Charles R.

Kintz, Dowald D.

Kirby, Kenneth N.

Kirkland. Joseph B., Jr.

Kittenger, Robert B.

Kittle, Madeline J.

Kivett. Ada J.

Kizes, Helen A.

Kleinfeldt, Sanford

Knight, Betty D. ,. Knight, Edgar S. _ Knight, George W. Knight, Sarah W. . Knoch, David H. . Knoeller, Frank 0. Knott. Barbara A.

Knowles, June 1

Knowles, O'Beyt

Knowles, Rodn

Knowles, Russ






Leggett, Richard C. Leigh, John Z.

Leith, JoAnn B.

Leith, Robert W

Lemons, H. Virginia

Leng, Don H. _

Leo, Alfred F.

Leonard, D. Marie ...

Leonard, Jerry S

Leonard, Jewell S. _

.IllNe

I Kaye Elizab.-t

Clayto

Letci

Letchwortli, Linda

Lewis, Arthur G.,

Lewis, Barbara L

Lewis, Carol G.

Lewis, Deanna M

Lewis, Donna B.

Lewis, Evelyn F.

Lewis, Gorman A.

Lewis

Larrj

Lewis, Lyle B 414,

Lewis, Lynda C. 410, 422,

Lewis, Margaret H.

Lewis, Mary R

Lewis, Michael L.

Lewis, Peggy A.

Lewis, Sandra E

Lewis, Seth F.

Lewis, Susan M. _

Lewis, Wiley H, Jr.

Library Club

Lieberman, Norman G.

Like, Hilary R

Libs, Carolyn N.

421,

f!

Littleton, Throwbridge

Livesay, Robert Wayne

Livingston, Elsa Ruth

Livingston, Robert Douglas

Livingston, Sara Beth

Lockhart, Carolyn Vaughn

Loessin, Edgar R.

Loflin, Brenda Ann

Loflin, Jeffery Hayes

Loftin, Mary Farrior 368,

Loggins, James Henry 406,

Lomax, Phil Myers

Londeree, George William

Long, Delano Eugene

Long, Jerome Myron

Long, Kathryn Wood

Long, Linda Kathryn

Long, Michael Elmer

Lorbacher, Frederick G.

Lord, Charles David

Love, Judith Elaine

Lovic, Robert Henry 400,

Lowe, Velma W.

Loy, Harriet T.

Lucas, William Sherman 382, 240

Luckham, Ruth Dale 285

Lumpkin, Robert T. _ 261

Lundy, Talmage 23

Lupton, Ivy Rebecca 418, 240

Lurvey, Patriria Anne 285

Lutheran Student Association 346

Lutz, Robert Franklin _ 261

Lybrand, William Martin 261

Lynch, Brenda Sue 285

Lynch, Priscilla Faye 211

Lynn, Ronald F 285

Lyon, Martha Jane 374, 211

Lyons, James Thomas 285

Lytton, Clyde Wade - _ _ 262

- Mc-

McArthur, Donald Lee - 211

McArthur, Randall Lee __ 285

McBrayer, Elizabeth Sue 368, 262

McCain, Lelia Carole 212

McCall, Patricia Ann 262

McCanless, Brenda J. 368, 262

McCants, Floyd William 212

McCaskill, Clarence H., Jr. 262

McCleney, Frances Ann 262

McCleney, John William 262

McCoin, Samuel Lawrence 392, 262

McCombs, Doris Anne 262

McCorkle, L. Sara 212

McCotter, Ralph H., Jr. 240

McCoy, James Edward 262

McCoy, Lana Kay 376, 240

McCoy, Russell Edward 285

McCracken, Temperance A. 262

McCrea, Ronald D. 398, 212

McCuiston, George Will 240

McCullen, Billie Sue 262

McCullen, Carol Louise 212

McCullen, Mariana Sugg 285

McCullen, Shirley Jean 212

McDaniels, Jesse L 24

McDiarmid, John M. 285

McDill, Peggy Ann 285

McDonald, Geraldine A. 262

McDonald, Harry Shaw 285

McDonald, Janet Elizabeth _ 368, 240

McDonald, Laura Helan 285

McDonald, Mary Shaw 285

McDonald, Norma Carole 376, 212

McDonald, William E. 240

McDougall. Billie Karen 364, 240

McDuffie, Mary Judith 212

McDuffie, Neill P. 406, 262

McGalliard, Jerry Garland _ 240

McGee, Anne Ernestine 262

McGce, Jerry Edward 262

McGee, Nathon Eugene 400, 212

McGee, Thelma Alice 240

McGowan, Gerald Gordon 285

McGowan, Martha C 372, 262

McGrath, Harold M. 24

McGuire, B. Jerry _ 285

McHugh, Mary Jane _ 212

McIIwean, Gene Perry 285

Mcllwean, Nancy Morris 369, 240

Mclntyre, Ruby Elaine _ 285

Mclntyre, Shelby Jane 262

McKay, Joseph Ellis 285

McKean, Sharon Lee 376, 241

McKee, Wilbur B., Jr. 262

McKenna, James F., Jr. 262

McKenney, Janice E. - 241

McKinsey, Sandra June 262

McKenzie, Elizabeth J. 376, 262

372, 241

McManus, Sheila Diane 262

McNair, Larry H. 262

McNairy, Mar) I 28,i

McNally, I irol lo 285

McNeely, Don C 285

McNeill, Jam.'* Him- r .'jii. 1:11

McPhail, Billii I 241

McPherson, Dallas tt . 211

McRea, Corie F. 28.1

McRoy, Barbara J. an 11",. 241

McRoy, Bell) Carolyn .'II

McShanc. Michael J. 285

Mabry, Robert C. 262

Ma. k->. Thomas D idle) ion. .'12

Mackill, Margaret R. . 211

Maddox, Barbara Sue 369, 262

Maddox, Edwin T.. Jr 387, 211

Madrin, Marilyn J. 262

Ma,lr>. Norman W 285

Mahaffey, Charles E 212

Mahan, James Edward ... 2 11

Maier, Harold James 262

Mailman, Marin, 21

Mailman, Mary Nan . 23

Mallard, Julia C. 285

Mallard, Michael S. _ 285

Mallard, Suzanna Day _.. 211

Mallory, John F 262

Manguni, Kay F.

enda

Marrhak, Myron ...._.

Mare. Charles 396,

Marine, Lesley D

Markham, Myra D

Markland, Brenda S

Marks, Eben L.

Markum. Donna M. Marlowe, Douglas A. Marlowe, Willie C.

Marr. Shelia C - _..

Marsh, JoAnn _ 422,

Marshal, Connie

Marshall, John W, Jr.

Marshall, Richard B

Marshburn, Anne S. Marshburn, James E.

Martin. Charlie M. _ 392,

Martin, Fred C.

Martin, George C, Jr.

Mar

Fames T., Jr

212

E.

213

Mason, Polly E 213

Mason, Sandra J. .. 285

Massengill, Edna L. 262

Ma-* njiill. Linda I.. _.. 421, 213

Massey, David E. _ 262

Massey, Earl V. 285

Massey, Jo Anne 285

Mastin, Robert F., Jr. 285

Mathematics Club 303

Mathews, Donald G. _ 285

457






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Miller, Nancy C.

Miller, Robert P., Jr.

Miller, Thomas W.

241

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Mizell, Arlen E.

Mizell, Edward T. __

Mizelle, Walter F.

Mizesko, Georgia

Mobley, Judith A.

Mobley, Sandra F

Modern Dunce Club

286 _~

Mowery, Brenda S. _ 366, 215

Moye, Frances D 287

Moye, Sidney M 263

Mozingo, Frances L. 242

Muckenfuss, Mary E. 263

Mudge, Nancy E 263

Melcher, Patricia A. 242

Mull, Charles M. -. 287

Mull, Nancy A. 263

Mullen, Reginald E. 263

Mulvey, Dorothy P. 263

Mumford, Mary H. 376, 215

Mumford, Patrick W. 263

264

Murray, Paul

Murray, Sharon G.

Music Educators National Conference Myers, Bob

Myer

Cl.r

Moss, Marianne

Norris, Larry G - __

Norris, Linda S.

Northington, Robert R.

Norville, Carol M

Norwood, Grover C.

Nurses Club

Nutt, Sandra K.

Nutter, Lorna L.

Nylander, Judith K.

Kathryn E. 364, 215

Osborne, Carolyn F. Osborne, Evelyn M. Osborne. Meredith 1 O'Shields, Mae O. Otey, Gerald J.. Jr.

Owens, Calvin I. Owens, Carol A. Owens, Denise K Owens, Ennis M Owens, Phoebe

287

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288

Phelps, William I Phi Epsilon Kappa Phi Kappa I au Phi Ma tlpha Phi Omicron Pin S,gm, P, Phillips, Barley F. ..

l'l -. Deborah \.

Phillips, Haywood A.

Phillips, lack B

Phillips, Larry W

Phillips, Linda Kay Phillips, Roger Lee Phillips, S>lvia D. .

Phipps, Biddie

Phipps, Bonnie

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kduciilmn Club

Linda Kay

Powell, Mary K.

Powers, Ethel J. _

Prcscott, Jerry J. _

Presley, Ronnie D.

Presser, Lona K. _

Preston. Gloria

Pridgen, Donald I'

Pridgen, i l;

Pridgen, lud) :. Pritchard, Tliurman Pritehard, Dorothy

1'r r, Barbara A

Proctor, Coldie R. Proctor, Joseph G-, Proctor, Kenneth I

Prospt, Gary L. Propst, Ronald F. -

412, 243

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Reynolds, Robert Rhcm, Julian D.

Rhodes, Arlcn. 1

Rhodes, George B. Rhodes, Ruth Ann

Rhoney, Geraldine E. Rhue, Melba Inn

Rich, Emily I. Rich, Janice II. Rich, I.arrv J.

415, 370. 219

Riddick, Anne J.

Peggy L.

Roberts, Roberts,

Roberts, William B.

Robertson, Ben D.

Robertson, Frances L.

Robertson, Horace C.

Robertson, James M. _

Robertson, Kenneth L. .

Robertson, Samuel J. _

397, 266

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Rock, Helen V. Rock, Stuard A. Rodriguer. Fred Rodwell, David '

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Rogers. Mary F.

Rogers, Miriam L.

Rogi rs, M* r.i V.

1\"'~' i~. Peggj j.

Rogers, Sara L. _

Rogerson, Elizabeth

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Charles B.

Beverly H., Jr. Douglas M.

Sawyer, Evelyn C _....

Sawyer. Henry C.

Sawyer, Kathryn S.

[ary E

Sawyer, William J., Ill

266

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290

SIGMA ALPHA IOTA

SIGMA NU

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SIGMA TAU DELTA _

SIGMA PI ALPHA

Paul L.. II , Grace P. _

Simmons, Lynda A.

Simmons. Melva Le _

Simmons, Pamela H.

Sitnpkins, Philip W

Simpson, Donald G

Simpson, Euevett C.

Simpson, George J.

Sin

Simpson, Lenwood D.

Simpson, Morrell B., Jr.

Simpson, Walter S.

Singletary, Barbara J.

Singletary, Linda K.

Sizee, Sandra Y _

Skipper, Freddie E 420, 374,

Skinner, Mary L. ...... ^_ 379,

Skipper, Linda K. _

Slattery, Carol J.

Slaughter, Linda C.

Slaughter. Linda P.

Slaughter, Russlyn P.

Small, Alice Small, Diannc Small, Slephe Smiley, Wendi Smith, A. T.

Alt,

Siegfried, Judy W.

268






M. 420, 223

269

Stcckel, William H. 397,

Steed, (Catherine Jo

Steed, Roland E

Steele, Betty Carol

Steele, Mary S.

Steele, Ralph H. __

Steelmati, Susan M

Steen, G. Marvin

Steen, Ronald L __ _

Stegal, Robert E., Jr.

Steinbeek, H. Franklin, Jr. 406,

Steinberg, Martin P

Stephens, Berk M. 399,

Strother, H. Lamar

Stubbs, Peggy Hunter Stuckey, William J. ... Student National Educnt

Stun, Roger Gail

Sturdivant, Cynthia L.

Sturges, Donna L

Sturtevant, Roger I. . Stutts, Mary Alice _. Styons, Barbara Jane Styron, Eston Sherrill Styron, George T. - Sudderth, William H. Sugg, Eve Whitfield . Sugg, Ina Merle __

Sugg, Nancy C.

Suggs, Joanne L

Sullivan, Brenda. F. _ Sullivan, James Clay Sullivan, Judith L. -

Taylor. Taylor Taylor, Taylor, Taylor,

246

Thurman. IVgui

Tickel, Effic Inn

Tilghman, lames II

Tillett

Tilley, Adolp I.

Tinder, Judith C. Tingen, Lunda I. Tippctt, Shirley An Tippcttc. Basil H. Tisdale, Noel II. Todd, Car,l,, Rae Todd, Jeiry Henry Todd, Linda Mae Todd, Pat*\ I .Hi" Todd, Richard C. Toler, Pamela J. Toler, Reynold D. Toll, Eleanor E. Toll, Pa.,] \.

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Trunnell, Albert G., Jr

Carolyn H.

246

293

Ulrick, James D

Umberger, Mildred J. Underwood, Judith E. Upchurch, Karen L. . Upchurch, Larry B. Utterback, Elizabeth Uzzell, Gloria G. - -

Vainright, Elizabetl Valentino, Linda J






Vann, Tcrrence R

Vl -. William F.

Van Nortwick, William

Vanuk, Daniel A.

Vassar, Ronald H

Vaughan, Brenda G

Vaughan, Charles L. . .

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270

Marvin W., Jr

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Vogler,

nlioll, Dan E.

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Waddill, Sandra C. _ 369,

Wade, Nancy Lee

Wadsworth, Elizabeth May

Waff, Patricia Ann 376,

Wainrighl, Fred Ernest

Waits, Judy Mann

Waldrop, Bonnie Evans

Waldrop, J. Herbert

Waldrop, Paul E. _.

Walker, Edward R.

Walker, Elizabeth S.

Walker, Elmer Ray

Walker, Flora Elizabeth

Walker, Gary Gene

Walker, Kenneth Neil

Wall, Brenda Joyce 415,

Wall, Malinda Carole 365,

Wall, Robert Barringer

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Wallace, Melisia Gray- Wallace, Syl' Wallace, Thj

Wallace, William H., Jr.

Wall.,,. William B.

Walston, John Lee 407,

Walston, Ruth Elaine

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162

War, I, Leroj 227

Ward. Nancy D _.. 294

Ward, Pa.il.lt J 373, 227

War. I. Ruby J 270

Warinp. Patricia - 291

Warner, Ralph E. 227

Warn ... Barbara C. 247

Warren, Diana C 294

Warren, DuBrutz E. . 387, 247

Warren, Eva W. 29

Warren. Jack 227

Warren. Linda J 270

Warren, Tony D. Warn,,. William I. Warwick, Edna G. Washer, Robert .1. Washko, Robert J.

Wate

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119. 277

Mary L.

Waters, Sandra F. Waters, Wiley M., Jr. Watkins, Doris P. __ Watkins, Edward P. .. Watson, Alyoia D.

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Watson, Jerry N.

Weeks, Barbara A. Weeks, Clarence J., Weeks, Johnny A. Weeks, Micajah M. Weill, nliaclier, Willia

Weight Training Club 308

Weisiger, Bradford E-, Jr. 270

Weiss, Audrey L 294

Weiss, Bonnie A. 247

Welborn, Odell L. 29

Welch, Sylvester B, III 228

Wellons, Edwin B. 270

Wells, Bessie F. 270

Wells, Carroll L. 291

Wells, Nathaniel H. 247

Werner. David A. 294

Werner. Emily A 294

Werstlein, Fred J. 270

Wescott, Colon W. 294

Wescott, Janet L. 375, 228

Wesson, Kathryn E. 294

West, Fred D. _ 385, 247

West, Gerald V. 228

West, Joyce M. 294

West, Linda J. 247

West, Manley J. 270

West, Matilda T. 228

West, Rose M 270

West, Sandra F. 294

tehurst, Willard T., Jr.

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liams, Frances R. _.. 371,

liams, Herbert D., Ill

liams, Hilda E.

liams, Howard G.

liams, Irving G. _ __

liams, James E.

liams, James W. _

liams. Joan B

liams, John F. __

liams, Laura J. _ 375

liams, Lawrence W.

liams, Linda C. __ __

liams, Margaret D.

liams, Marion K.

liams, Mary E.

liams. May me C.

liams. Ralph D. _

liams, Richie H.

Ronald Sandra

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Willis, Nancy A.

Willis, Rebecca A

Willoughby, Joseph D. Willoughby, Sandra M. Wilmouth, Linda C. _ Wilmouth, Norma G. _

Wilson, Addie J.

Wilson, Allan B.

Wilson, Charlotte

Wilson, Darrell C. -

Wilson, Edward B.

Wilson, Eugene V.

Wilson, Grady M.

Wilson, Judith Anne - Wilson, Kerry Lynn -

Wilson, Larry W.

Wilson, Luther L.

Wilson, Lynda Marie . W r ilson, Nancy Kay - Wilson, Theresa E. _ Wilton, Christine

Joan Carroll

Lyndia Lou

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Windley, Richard E.

Winkler, Frances R.

Winstead, Betsy Carol

Winstead, George W.

Winstead, Jackie M.

Winstead, William L.

Winstead, William R.

\\. .1.1.1. luu, Janet G.

Wohlnick, Charlie T.

Wolters, Richard R.

Womack, William C.

Womble, Joseph E.

Womble, Sarah L.

Women's Recreation Association Wood, Bruce

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l/ne stanza of Edward Fitzgerald's translation from the '"Rubayait of Omar Khayam" seems to serve comparably as a compendium in communicating a true Editor's Epitaph - "The moving finger writes, and having writ. Moves on: nor all vour pietv nor wit. Shall lure it back to cancel half a line. Nor all vour tears wash out a word of it."'

/ he editor's main task is to see to it that the final elements, from the opening page to the last page, seeks to record the year's history adequatelv. honestly, and actively. When this page rolls off the presses, all has been said and done; then, an- other year approaches, another staff toils: another challenge is faced.

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from 130 pages in the 1923 yearbook to jr 464 pages, this edition represents the largest volume in the history of the College. Many individuals are responsible for the ideas and labor represented herein. I have only served as a channel through which these ideas were developed and the labor distributed. It would be impossible to name all the people who are really responsible for the publication of this volume, however. I would like to recognize a few that have stuck by me in my efforts as editor.

/he utmost appreciation is extended to two fraternity brothers, John W. Garriss and S. Gale Koonce who for the past two years have served as Associate Editor and Busi- ness Manager respectively. John has worked ardently on all phases of the book including the classes and the Greeks sec- tion this year. Tony R. Bowen did a swell job as Copy Editor in '62 and as Managing Editor this year; in addition. Tony organized the Buccaneer Queen Coronation Tea at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Collie. Much gratitude is also extended to Dr. John C. Ellen for his literary advisorship and Miss Gwen Potter for her financial advisorship during the past two years.

/would also like to recognize the assistance Miss Janice Hardison and Mr. Earl Aiken have given to Johnny Mac- Diarmid. Sports Editor, and Carroll Kornegay. Assistant Sports Editor. MacDiarmid and Kornegay spent many hours seeking statistics, writing copy and making layouts in improving our current Athletics section.

yfTni of us. I am sure, appreciate the efficient manner in which Circle K Club and Delta Sigma Pi assisted the Busi- ness staff with Ronnie Neal. Ted Whitmyer and Mack Worthing- ton serving as coordinators in the distributing of the Buccaneer.

/instrumental in making it possible for me to have been editor for the past two years are the people who have taught and counseled me since my freshman year - Dr. James H. Tucker. Chairman of the Publications Board, and former editors and fraternity brothers. Buddy Kilpatrick. '61 and Uke Armstrong. '60.

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'iss Eleanor Poole served this year as a most efficient Copy Editor and will serve as efficiently as Editor for the 1964 Buccaneer. To Eleanor and her staff. I extend my best wishes and sympathy in the task ahead of you. And. most of all. I wish to thank the student body and each organiza- tion of East Carolina College for the invaluable experience of working with vou. The time and effort has been eolden.

/hanks to everyone, and I hope you enjoy volume forty-one as much as we enjoyed the process of compiling everything included in this edition.

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Title
Buccaneer 1963
Description
1963 Buccaneer, yearbook of East Carolina College. The first yearbook published by the students of East Carolina Teachers College, The Tecoan, debuted in 1923. The name of the yearbook changed to the Buccaneer in 1953. The Buccaneer suspended publication from 1976-1978 and 1991-2005, finally ceasing in 2018. It was superseded by Anchors Away in 2019.
Date
1963
Original Format
school yearbooks
Extent
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UA50.01.02.11
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Jay Allen Jan 06 2021

My father, Maurice Allen, was a football player for ECU and graduated 1963 under Coach Stasavich. My mom Cinda Parmelee also attended ECU from 1962-66 and I was born in Greenville 1966. Had the pleasure of visiting the ECU campus in 2015 and saw my dad in the Hall of Fame section of the athletic department. Was a real treat.

Darlene Quinn Apr 26 2015

My father-in-law, Colon Quinn played football for Coach Clarence Stasavich. This team won the first two bowl games in history in 1963 and 1964.

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