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Buccaneer 1965

Date: 1965 | Identifier: 50-01-1965
1965 Buccaneer, yearbook of East Carolina College. The Tecoan, the first yearbook published by the students of East Carolina Teachers College, debuted in 1923. The name of the yearbook changed to the Buccaneer in 1953. The Buccaneer was published until 1990, with a two year suspension in publication from 1976-1978. more...
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1965

VOLUME XLIII

BUCCANEER

Roberta A. Eason Editor

William H. Wallace Business Manager

EAST CAROLINA COLLEGE Greenville, North Carolina

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Contents

Features 20

Student Life 22

SGA 56

Spotlight 75

Athletics 99

Academics 150

Departments 152

Senior Class 191

Junior Class 251

Sophomore Class 281

Freshman Class 309

Organizations 350

Religious Groups 354

Clubs 362

Greeks 381

Fine Arts 444

Military 464

Index 468

Dedicated to a noted writer, Englis Fletcher Hall, the newest dormitory for women, stands seven stories tall at the western edge of the campus.

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Changing

Proud yet humble East Carolina College stands against the sky. In the horizon, chang- ing skylines mark her role in the cultural, intellectual, and sociological revolution of the era. With each change, she meets the demands of a new day and the needs of a nobler man. Feverishly new buildings are completed. Un- ceasingly scholars incorporate new ideas into established disciplines. Eagerly students come together to exchange ideas.






Skylines

Steel, concrete, and yellow brick are combined to form the classroom building for the School of Education and the Department of Psychology.

Create New Horizons

Foundations for these new structures are laid in the heritage of the college. From the founding of the college in 1907 until now, this awesome process of physical, intellectual, and sociological expansion chal- lenges the student to join the search of all men for the ultimate meanings of life. These truths are the foundations for understanding - a broad horizon for all men.

Machinery, scaffolding, and constant noise are accepted by the student as a reminder of continuing growth and change.

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Learning may be accomplished outside the main classroom.

Within the academic framework,

the student acquires the

knowledge that leads to understanding.

In every discipline -

fine arts, science, and mathematics -

new truth is revealed daily.

Professors from Japan, Germany,

Ecuador, and France have joined

the native faculty of East Carolina College.

As the faculty and curricula

of the college have grown,

so have the numbers and nationalities

of the students enrolled.

This year new dormitories have been built

to house the students;

new additions to the library

facilitate their study;

more classroom buildings are constructed

in which to educate them.

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In the World of Academics






And in Student Life on Canmpus

Teeming with emotions, abilities,

and desires, students enter the college

with great anticipations.

Their mode of dress is conformity;

yet each student is an entity

within the larger entity.

East Carolina College.

A walk in the mall beneath the trees

overflowing with violent reds,

soft oranges, and yellows

intermingled with the eternal green,

a pep rally preceding a game

in Ficklen Stadium,

a vast array of campaign posters,

a fountain of soap suds,

a dormitory filled with laughter,

a theater alive with My Fair Lady -

all these memories

are cherished by the individual

as what he has been and

what he is.

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Caught between bells, between thoughts, between homes - a student learns to keep pace with the expanding curriculum of the college.

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Board of Trustees

Seated: Dr. Leo Jenkins, Mrs. Russell Kirby, Mr Robert Morgan, Mr. James Whitefield, Mr. Henry Belk, Mrs. Henry Belk. Standing: Mr. F. D. Duncan, Dr. Robert L. Holt, Mr. Fred Bahnson, William A. Blount, Mr. R. F. McCoy, Mr. David J. Whichard, II, Mr. Henry Oglesby, Mrs. Agnes Barrett, and Mr. Irving E. Carlyle.

Agency of the state, the board is responsible for the management of the affairs of the college.

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Reviews

Senator Morgan, Chairman, checks the progress report with Mr. Whitfield and Dr. Jenkins.

Campus Expansion.

Twelve members comprise the Board of Trustees of East Carolina College. Appointments are made by the Governor and conformation is given by the General Assembly of North Carolina. Each member serves for an eight year period; terms being staggered.

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Dr. Leo W. Jenkins,

sixth President of East Carolina College, holds degrees from Rutgers, Columbia and New York Universities. This very qualified educator became President in 1960.

Through the National Education Association, Pres- ident Jenkins constantly endeavors to better col- leges. The Southern Association of Colleges and the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Edu- cation are served by this College Visitation Team member.

Dr. Jenkins and his family of six are members of the Methodist Church where he serves on the Board of Stewards. His interests range from sup- port of the Pirates thru the fine arts.

New students are officially welcomed to the college during the annual freshman tea in the Jenkins home.

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Dr. Robert L. Holt

As Vice President and Dean of Instruction, Dr. Holt directs the entire academic program offered by the college.

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Co-ordinating all phases of campus expansion, Mr. Duncan, Vice President and Business Manager, is responsible for all financial affairs.

Mr. F. D. Duncan

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Administrators

Miss Ruth White

The office of the Dean of Women deals with policies and problems of East Carolina's coeds. Dean White also advises Women's Honor Council.

Mr. James B. Mallory

Concerned with all matters of guidance of the male students, Mr. Mallory, Dean of Men, advises the Men's Judicial System. 16

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Aid

Dr. James H. Tucker

Dean of Student Affairs handles all college policies which deal with the students.

Mr. Worth E. Baker

Planning registration and distributing grades are the responsi bilities of Mr. Worth Baker, Registrar.

Student Adjustment.

Dr. John H. Home

As Director of Admissions, Dr. Home distributes material to prospective students and screens applications.

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Mr. Henry Howard

As Director of the News Bureau, Mr. Howard directs coverage of the student activities for off-campus publication purposes.

Dr. John C. Reynolds

Handling graduate scholarships, Dr. Reynolds directs all graduate study programs.

Dr. David J. Middleton

Determining location of classes, the Director of extension sets schedules to include workshops as well as field classes.

Mr. G. Allan Nelms

Assisting graduates in pursuit of jobs, Mr. Nelms, Director of Place- ment Bureau, maintains offices in the Alumni Building.

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MR. S. RUDOLPH ALEXANDER Assistant Dean of Student Affairs

MRS. AGNES BARRETT Administrative Assistant

MISS CORNELIA BEEMS Assistant to the Dean of Women

MR. JAMES W. BUTLER Director of Public Relations

MRS. FRANCES M. DOREY Cashier for Student Bank

DR. D. D. GROSS Director of Religious Activities

MISS JANICE G. HARDISON Alumni Director

MR. JOHNNIE L. HARRELL Chief of Campus Police

MRS. DORIS B. HENDERSON Student Fund Accountant

MISS FARLEIGH HUNDERFORD .. Assistant Director of College Union

MRS. MILDRED B. MANNING Postmaster

MISS CYNTHIA ANNE MENDENHALL . Director of College Union

MR. C. G. MOORE Assistant Business Manager

MR. HERMAN D. PHELPS ... Assistant Director of Extension

MR. JERRY SUTHERLAND . . Director of Maintenance and Operations DR. GEORGE WEIGAND Guidance and Counseling

DR. ROBERT W. WILLIAMS Assistant Dean

MR. DAN K. WOOTEN Director of Housing

Counselors

MRS. REPSY W. BAKER

MRS. IDA W. EDWARDS

MRS. RUTH B. GARNER

MRS. NANCY HAWTHORNE

MRS. CHARLOTTE KNIGHTEN

MRS. RUTH RHYNE McCALL

MRS. DAISY H. ROGERS

MRS. LOIS A. SMITH

MRS. HELEN A. SNYDER

MRS. G. A. TAYLOR

MRS. BRUNIE A. YARDLEY

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Features

Student Life 22

Student Government 56

Spotlight 75

Athletics 99

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The Student and(

Some climb aloft for a view of the action below.

Friends and refreshment crown a sunny afternoon.

Pages filled with data reveal the student's identity.

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East Carolina College Are One

Against the changing skyline the student finds his niche. Tall buildings provide a place for learning; a background for re- laxation and busy activity; a setting for quiet, serious contemplation and for happy smiles. Facial expressions register reactions as a student learns, meets new friends, and becomes an integral part of East Carolina College.

Music Theory students study the fundamentals of music structure and analyze the works of great composers.

Students huddle wherever there is a convenient spot.

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Theater Comprised of Opportunities and Personalities.

In the relaxed atmosphere of the sculpture lab, a student and professor enjoy quiet discussion.

In many scenes,

with rapt expressions,

can be found

the versatile student . . .

conversing in his workshop,

skillfully interpreting

his idea of fun, or

displaying his diversified

talents

with a more serious

translation of mood.

Paths lead in all directions.

The popular college union sets the scene for group socializing.

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There are friends everywhere.

The wonder of college faces every freshman.

Sunny afternoons can be spent in refreshing frolic or serious discussion.

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Freshmen listen attentively as Dr. Jenkins welcomes them to East Carolina.

Orientation in Wright Auditorium proves that numerical strength is not sufficient. Freshmen struggle to grow strong in other ways: through developing the patience for enduring long hours in registration line, through realizing the value of making new friends, through becoming acquainted with the administration. Hopefully they approach the threshold of what promises to be a unique experience.

Is there a front to this line?

Students stagger through the ordeal of unpacking.

Freshmen encounter the frustrations of Drop-Add.

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Freshmen Meet Challenges of College.

A familiar face in the crowd is a wel- come sight.

Friendships grow quickly.

Automation has yet to replace standing in line.

Freshmen and their parents are honored at President's Tea.

Freshmen

grow stronger

and take traditional

places in

the college family.

Physically,

mentally,

and socially

they grow to become

a real part of

the Alma Mater.






Locating a required text is difficult even in the campus bookstore.

While some stand in line, others find more enjoyable pastimes.

Registration and Book-Buying Complement Every Quarter . . .

Registration can result in an accumulation of problems. Learning that even IBM machines make mistakes, students go through the process of standing in the Drop-Add line for class changes. Then they rush to the bookstore to obtain textbooks and watch the dollars add up.

Machines unbalance our bankbooks.

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. . . and Classroom Rituals Are Reassumed.

Unexpected excitement reaches the campus when Flanagan Building begins to smolder.

Students believe that at last they are ready for class. The first few days are a combination of dis- may and anticipation, sometimes interrupted by sheer excitement. Eventually life becomes routine, and classes assume their proper perspective.

First lectures are always hard to follow.

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Classes Require Adequate and Concentrated Study . . .

Notetaking requires a quick pen.

Classes predominate the

lives of students.

East Carolina offers them

courses m many fields and

provides essentials

of a basic liberal arts education.

Students soon learn that

class is much easier if

they have spent time

in preparation.

Notetaking is also necessary

to obtain the maximum return

from hours spent in lectures.

Students pause to evaluate each other's work.

Will this hour never end?

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There is a right way, and then there is my way.

. . . for Desired Product.

Preparation for classes is channeled through various re- source facilities. The library is crowded with students looking for that quiet place to study. In art, the opinions and criti- cisms of fellow students are helpful. Foreign language stu- dents are aided in their studies by a well-equipped laborator)'. Wherever and however stu- dents study, college requires much work to obtain the de- sired proficiency in chosen areas of study.

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Four years of hard work have led to this moment.

Class of '64 Graduates 910.

Efforts are rewarded as that final day approaches. Students adorn themselves with the dignity of caps and gowns and feel the pomp of the music to which they march. Par- ents and friends watch them take their places as candidates for de- grees of East Carolina College.

A reflection of the past is held by each graduate.

Parents and friends assist in dressing graduates.

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Graduates hear President Leo W. Jenkins commend them and wish them well. The address of Dr. Gordon Knight, Duke University Chancellor, inspires the class. Graduates feel joy and sadness intermingled. They have reached the ultimate goal - graduation.

Skylines towering above Ficklin Stadium symbolize for all present the new and increasing need of the world and an urgency to meet these demands.

Chief Marshal Gigi Guice leads the seniors as they begin their walk to be recognized as graduates.

President Jenkins congratulates the graduates on their achievement.

Dignity and pride mark the faces of these seniors.

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Fine Arts Series Brings Top Artists

Grant Johannesen displays the technique of a true artist in his piano concert.

Striving to enhance the cultural development of East Carolina students, the Student Government Association contracted many top artists to appear here as a part of the Fine Arts Division of the Entertainment Series. The Raduga Dancers, topnotch Russian ballet and folk dance ensemble, captivated students with a colorful program of song, dance, and music. Both classical ballet and exotic dances gave the theater goers a view of the rich and varied dance culture of Russia. Metropolitan Opera soprano Teresa Stratas, after having been forced to postpone her engagement here because of illness, was well-received in her concert rescheduled in January. One of the most outstanding musical organizations of America, the Paganini Quartet, displayed remarkable finesse in playing stringed instruments.

Before each program of entertainment, all paths seem to lead to tt Central Ticket Office,

Daring leaps characterize the routines of the Raduga Dancers.

Raduga Dancers perform a Russian folk dance.

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to Campus.

Team skill and poise distinguish the artistic ability of the Paganini Quartet.

France's contribution to Fine Arts Series was the Paris Chamber Orchestra, the new- est addition to the French roster. The young and brilliant players won many prizes in top European competitions, and they were given widespread acclaim by the press. They de- lighted students with a remarkably precise performance. Jack Glatzer appeared in con- cert before a good crowd in Austin Auditor- ium. American pianist Grant Johannesen's program, mastered by a pair of unusually flexible hands, provided an evening of en- riching entertainment. Variety and superb performances were the keynotes to the varied cultural programs of the Entertain- ment Series.

Lovely Teresa Stratas renders an impressive variety of operatic numbers.

The Paris Chamber Orchestra, composed of fifteen Parisians, execute a program of excellence.

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Lectures and Films Relate Views of

Arthur Schlesinger pauses during his lecture here in February.

Well-known lecturers were sponsored here by the Student- Faculty Lecture Committee. Speaking to a large audience, famed columnist Drew Pearson compared the foreign and domestic policies of the United States with those of Russia. Arthur Schlesinger, historian, author, and lecturer, gave his views of political and social problems to students, faculty members, and Greenville residents. James J. Kilpartick, dis- tinguished editor of the Richmond News Leader, and Mark Etheridge debated the issue of civil rights. In April, Nobel Peace Prize Winner and chairman of the Atomic Energy Com- mission Glenn Seaborg lectured here. Other lectures and lecture-films were presented, and students were made aware of the major problems facing them as this future citizenry of this nation.

The distinguished commentator, Drew Pearson speaks in the gymnasium.

Informal question-answer sessions fol- low most lectures.

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Current Problems.

President Jenkins and Drew Pearson exchange greet- ings before Mr. Pearson's lecture.

The military aspect is one of the areas covered in Robert Cohen's film "Inside Castro's Cuba."

Austin Auditorium serves as a makeshift theater for showing a variety of films, spon- sored by the Inter-Religious Council and other groups. Those who attend gain an in- sight into such topics as foreign countries, science, history, and literature. Becoming ac- quainted with the customs of people abroad and developing an appreciation for man- kind's achievements contribute to the total growth of the students.

Threading the film projector is tedious work.

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Musical and Artistic Exhibitions Evidence Talent.

Recitals and exhibitions enable the students to continue to de- velop culturally. Music majors and members of the faculty of the School of Music share their talents with the student body in a number of recitals throughout the year. Concerts by the band and symphony orchestra as well as other musical groups on campus are well received.

Exhibitions of the work of both students and instructors are presented by the School of Art. These help to orient the students in the beauty and meaning of art.

The Christmas season is depicted in this bulletin board scene at the Col- lege Union.

Students and faculty inembers gather for the annual Christmas Assembly before leav- ing for the holidays.

Students in the School of Art arrange paintings for a sale.

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East Carolina's new seven-story dormitory for women was dedicated No- vember 8, 1964, to North Carolina author, Inglis Fletcher. Her writing a number of books about eastern North Carolina and her interest in this area prompted the decision to name the dormitory in her honor. The dedi- cation ceremony and unveiling of Mrs. Fletcher's portrait were followed by a tea for those attending.

Fletcher Hall brought a number of "firsts" to the college. It was the tallest building both on the campus and in the city of Greenville. Elevators were installed for the first time in a dormitory here. The entire student body, especially the residents of the new dormitory, took great pride in claiming the lovely structure as a part of the campus. Fletcher Hall can enjoy the distinction of being "the most" for only a short while, how- ever; for a ten-story dormitory to be built beside it is anticipated for the near future.

Window after window, floor upon floor, Fletcher reaches toward the

Fletcher Dormitory Symbolizes Progress of College.

From a seventh story window in Fletcher, one gets a bird's eye-view of the campus.

Mr. Ovid Pierce, author in residence, speaks at the dedication of Fletcher Dormitory.

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Students Anticipate Expansion of College Union.

Whenever students want refreshments, conversation, entertain- ment, or relaxation, the most popular place on campus is the Stu- dent Union. It is the site of unending activity, and around it, all the campus social life seems to revolve. Located in Wright Build- ing, it can easily be spotted by the aowds of students standing out-

side and streaming in and out its doors. Facilities have become inadequate, however, with the expanding of the student body; and the area of the Student Union has been enlarged. Recreation facilities are moved temporarily to Wright Lobby as workmen tackle the task of renovation and construction.

Students stand shoulder-to-shoulder for service at the soda foun- tain.

Dismantled College Union will soon take on a new appearance.

Wright Lobby provides temporary quarters for recreation facilities.

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So long as the doors of the College Union are open, no one needs to worry about how to spend an idle hour. At ping- pong tables the popping of the balls against the paddles is a familiar sound. A number of tables are provided foi card games of which bridge is most popular. Frequent bridge tournaments are a chance for the card demons to match their wits. Bingo parties give the students an opportunity to get away from their work and enjoy being with friends. For those who want simply to relax, color television is always available.

The College Union's ping pong provides a recreation area for students.

This foursome concentrates on a game of bridge during a spare hour.

Recreation Facilities Are Popular During Leisure Time.

Bingo parties are enthusiastically attended.

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This coed finds time to help decorate for Christmas.

College Union Parties Feature Fun

Carnival time brings out the festive spirit in everyone.

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Parties at the College Union are well attended. Moods of the various holidays are depicted in the activities as students decorate for the holiday seasons and enjoy the company of fellow students. Music for week-end dances is provided by nearby bands and college combos. Summer school students welcome the annual watermelon slicing as they suffer in the sum- mer's heat. Fun and refreshment for every one is the magnet which attracts students to the socials at the Student Union.

Trimining the tree at the College Union is a tradition at Christmas time.

A watermelon slicing helps summer school students to beat the heat.

and Refreshment.

Current dance fads can be observed at the College Union parties.

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Interest in the national and state election year was evidenced in activities of the student body. Many students attended state rallies, worked at the local headquarters of their candidates, and contri- buted to the campaign funds. Those eligible to vote did so, and those not eligible encouraged others to support the candidates of their choice.

On the local scene, students campaigned ardently for the elec- tion of Student Government officers. Posters, banners, and bro- chures decked trees, bulletin boards, and any other convenient spot as candidates tried to win votes in their favor. Office-seekers learned the importance of effective campaigning, and their sup- porters were made aware of the citizen's role in government.

Elections Create Enthusiasm.

Rallies serve to increase enthusiasm at election time.

This coed seems to enjoy party politics on the college level.

Bob Kerlin and Willard Batts, members of the election committee, check the ballot box after the "straw ballot" vote.

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Players, Coaches, Fans Share Tangerine Bowl Victory.

Coach Stasavich displays a big smile over the victory at the Tangerine Bowl/

President Jenkins and the editor of the East Carolinian, reflect upon the Pirates' triumph in the Tangerine Bowl.

Climaxing the athletic achievement for the year was the in- vitation to play in the Tangerine Bowl in Orlando, Florida. The mighty football team of East Carolina played the Univer- sity of Massachusetts and came out victorious with a 14-13 score. Much activity and enthusiasm revolved around the Pirates' participation in the Bowl game. A special train chartered for transportation to and from the game enabled many students to share the glory of their team's victory. In Orlando, fans sold souvenirs and pennants in the promotion of school spirit and support of the team. Students who could not attend the game heard it via radio; and many of them formed a cheering squad to meet the elated players, coaches, and fans upon their return to the Greenville airport and train station. All were aware that this victory was but another step forward in the college's march of progress.

A freshman cheerleader helps to promote East Carolina spirit in Florida.

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Popular Concerts

An intent Fred Waring directs his Pennsylvanians during rehearsal.

The New Journeymen display their talents in their first open-air concert.

Ray Charles instills a mood for music during the Home- coming week-end.

Abundant light entertainment gave students a chance to enjoy in person the stars they had heard on tape. The Four Lads appeared during Summer School and rendered a fabulous per- formance of music and humor. As a close to Freshman Orientation, the New Journeymen pre- sented a program of folksinging. The Four Freshmen opened the 1964-65 Popular Enter- tainment Series with an evening of modern music before a very responsive audience.

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Feature Variety of Talented Performers.

Homecoming brought Ray Charles to the campus. The popular singer, who worked his way to the top against numerous odds, and his orchestra appeared in a packed Wright Auditorium and thrilled students with an evening of jazz. A standing ovation at the completion of his pro- gram marked him as one of the best received entertainers to appear here. The famous duo piano pair, Ferrante and Teicher, performed in February in Memorial Gymnasium. Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians, Josh White, and the Serendipity Singers came later in the school year and rounded out a quite successful and delightful run of light entertainment.

Ferrante and Teicher review selections for their cital at East Carolina.

The popular Serendipity Singers share their vivacious spirit and talent with the student body.

The Four Lads provide an enjoyable CT-ening for summer school students.

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Car tracks and footprints in the snow are evidence that campus activity stops for no reason.

The College Hill brigade makes a charge.

This charming fellow temporarily rules over the campus.

Wintertime transformed the campus into a lovely winter wonderland. Falling snow covered the ground with a blanket of white and provided an unusual background for social activity. Students took every opportunity to enjoy their new environment. Dressed in Eskimo-style, they de- lighted in friendly snowballing, molding the snow into statues, and taking quiet walks. Fun, of course, was often interrupted by an unwelcomed fall on the icy side- walks but was quickly resumed without a thought of the mishap. Rushing to classes in the snow was a unique ex- perience as students struggled to maintain a sure footing and stay out of the paths of others. In every activity, the atmosphere seemed to be that of sheer excitement.

Snow Provides Unique Setting for Social Activity.

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Holidays Send Students in Many Directions.

Holidays provide an oppor- tunity to get away from the bustle of college, to relax, and to enjoy favorite pastimes. Days in advance students prepare for the holiday seasons. They adopt the life of the lazy and put their feet in the air. Summer- time leads them to nearby beaches, jobs, or mountain re- treats. They rejoin the outside world and leave behind a de- serted campus awaiting their return.

Christmas brings a contagion of happiness.

Student innovations change classic footv Holidays spread an emptiness over the campus.

Holidays spread an emptiness over the campus.

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Brothers and their dates watch the folk singers during the hootenanny.

Fraternities Unite in

Fraternities join hands in observing Greek Week. In friendly competition on the athletic field each tries to excel physically. On the stage, brothers dis- play their dramatic ability.

Some brothers revert to their childhoods during the skit night as others test thir agility in field day events.

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Saturday afternoon hootenanny features several talented groups.

Trophies as memoirs of talent are pre- sented the best in Greek union. Greet; Week is a time of competition, fellowship, and evaluation.

Chip Cox congratulates Sindy Dallas as he presents Phi Tau's senior scholarship trophy.

observing Greek Week.

Dean Mallory, adviser to the Inter-Fraternity Council, awards Pi Kappa Phi pledge, Larry Phifer, the pledge scholarship trophy.

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Excitement

Anticipation Pep

Rally Big Date

Gala Parties Parade

Imaginative

Floats

Ray Charles in

Concert Spirited

Game Touchdown

Victory Happy

East Carolinians

Homecoming 1964

Scottie, the Pirate, inspires enthusiastic loyalty.

It's 10:30 and we still don't have the float together.

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. . . Provides . . .

Lieutenjnt Governor-Elect, Robert Scott, crowns Linda Daniels 1964 Homecoming Queen.

Using "Meet the New ECC" as its theme, East Carolina celebrated its an- nual Homecoming in No- vember. Preparation of floats and decorations started weeks in advance. Formal activities began Wednesday with a bonfire and pep rally. The concert by Ray Charles, heard only by those lucky enough to get the much demanded tickets, highlighted the night of Friday, Novem- ber 13.

Bonfire kindles pre-game excitement.

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. . Thrills and

The sign of victory greets the Pirates.

Ray Charles and his singers entertain a captivated audience of students.

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Well-rounded cheerleaders evoke student spirit.

Variety.

Saturday morning all efforts culminated in the Homecoming Parade featuring floats, Homecoming Queen candidates, and the Marching Pirates. After- noon activities centered around the football game, in which the Bucs came out victorious over Presbyterian 49-8. Halftime brought the coronation of the 1964 Homecoming Queen, Miss Linda Daniels. A dance Saturday night provided the grand finale to Home- coming 1964.

Dormitories salute the festivities.

Spirited fan cheers team.

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S.G.A. Forms

The newly occupied S.G.A. offices are always open to welcome dubious students.

Student Government Association serves as the coordinator between student body, faculty, and administration. Through S.G.A., students handle their budget, rules, and business matters. Offices are filled by campus elections which leave the running of the government to the student body. Divided into three parts, the Student Government resembles the federal system.

This year a new constitution gave the senate a speaker whose new position lightens the load of the president. Foremost among the duties of the S.G.A. and its Budget Committee are the financial appropriations. This year's budget totaled over $165,000.

Performers highlight every school year, and the Entertainment Com- mittees worked hard to insure that this year would be no exception. Ray Charles headlined the Homecoming celebration. Free movies on week- ends and foreign films once a month kept the students entertained during the year. From the Raduga Dancers to the Journeymen, the Fine Arts and Popular Entertainment Series offered something to suit everyone's taste. Drew Pearson and "Inside Castro's Cuba" headed the Lecture Series.

Summer School Student Government

During the summer sessions an entire new set of officers and repre- sentatives are elected to handle student business and affairs. Acting with the comparable functions and powers of the regular term body, the Sum- mer School S.G.A. carries on similar governmental activities on a smaller scale.

President Jim Mahan

Vice-President Ron Dowdy

Treasurer Berk Stephens

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Executive, Legislative, and Judicial Branches.

President Jim Mahan

Vice-President Eddie Greene

Headed by a slate of five executive officers, elected by and from the entire student body, the executive branch of the Student Gov- ernment Association acts as the nucleus of the organization. Along with the President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and His- torian, the Presidents of the four classes ser\'e in this branch.

The executive branch enforces laws and rules enacted by the Student Legislature. This body also represents the students of East Carolina College in dealings with students and admini- strations of other schools.

Executive Branch

Executive Council members debate and ponder over a proposed motion.

Secretary Celia Orr

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Treasurer Berk Stephens

Historian Linda Doub

S.G.A. Hires First Full Time Employees.

For the first year the student government has the services of a full-time secretary. Mrs. Margaret Stephens acts as a co-ordinator between the government and students when the officers are not there. Working closely with the secretary and treasurer of the S.G.A., Mrs. Stephens handles all correspondence and files maintenance. The general functioning of the office falls under her jurisdiction. She handles the distribution of identi- fication and activity cards and gives assistance in the Central Ticket Of- fice. The efficiency of the Student Government Office is aided greatly by the addition of this position.

Staff Secretary Margaret Stephens

All photography for the Student Government Association, the four student publications, and the East Carolina Playhouse is done by the college's first full-time, professional photographer, Joe Brannon.

Mr. Brannon is charged with taking, developing, and distributing practically all photography used for public relations. He is a member of the Professional Photographers of North Carolina and has worked with Photp Arts Studio in Greenville.

Staff Pohtographer Joe Brannon

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Jim Mahan, seated; standing: Eddie Greene, Linda Doub, Ross Barber, Celia Orr, Berk Stephens, Bill Deal, Jim Kimsey, Bryan Bennett.

Executive Committees

External Affirs Committee Chairman Bill Peck

Homecoming Committee Co-chairmen Bill Barfoot and Billi Stewart

Ring Committee Chairman Eddie Greene

Functioning in co-ordination with the three distinct branches of the Student Government Association are ten standing committees and several temporary committees. They are concerned with evaluating and solving problems regarding their respective fields of student activities. Com- posed chiefly of the student senators, the committees provide an opportunity for student participation in in- vestigation and research concerning campus related ac- tivities.

Elections Committee Chairman Bob Kerlin

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Lecture Committee Chairman Garland Askew

Orientation Committee Chairmen Jane Mewbern and Celia Orr

Entertainment Committee Chairman Linda Killian

Budget Committee Chairmen

Berk Stephens; Eddie Greene, Henry Wallace, Bill Peck and Bill Deal.

Legislative Branch

Lawmaking in the Student Government Association rests in the hands of the Student Legislature. Four senators from each class along with day student and dormitory representatives compose this branch.

Meeting weekly, the legislature makes rules and regulations applicable to the college student body. Aside from acting as a lawmaking organization, this body is in charge of making all monetary appropriations to extracur- ricular student activities. The legislature also governs all student elections and elects members of the Men's and Women's Honor Councils.

Speaker of the House, Berk Stephens, presides over the legislature house.

Louanne Kaylor contemplates the pro posed motion.

Senators, Al Separk and Bob Kerlin confer on the legislation under debate.

Before homecoming time, Billi Stewart and Jim Barefoot work dili- gently on preparations.

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Ambrose, Rauonda

Bagwell, Tim

Barber, Ross

Bell, John

Bennett, Bryan

Biesecker, Ronda

Brooks, Bonnie

Brown, Maxine

Caviness, Betty

Conn, Mary

Dalton, Pam

Deal, Bill

Denton, Aileen

Dowdy, Ron

England, Carolyn

Frohman, Shirley

Hendricks, Marjery

Hedges, Jimmy

Hunning, Gayle

Jackson, Jan

Joyner, Judith

Kates, Larry

Kaylor, Luanne

Kehoe, Kay

Kent, Lesley

Kerlin, Bob

Kimsey, Jim

Lassiter, Martin

Lecour, Bob

Maddox, Bobbi

Mewborn, Jane

Mitchell, Luray

Morris, Gayle

Mumford, Ginny

Paul, Pat

Rice, Frank

Ritter, Alan

Sauerbier, Rosemary

Separk, Al

Stringer, Mike

Swicegood, Linda

Tugwell, Tuggy

Waddill, Sandra

Wallace, Henry

Wornom, Sam

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Seated: Chairman Ron Dowdy, Vice-chairman; Steve Snite- man; Secretary, Tom Mangum.

The Judiciary prepares for its next case.

Men's Judiciary

In matters concerning disciplinar)' problems among male students, the Men's Judicial Council holds ruling priority if the particular case is not under jurisdiction ot the Inter-Dormitory Council or if it does not involve a possibility of suspension or expulsion.

The Men's Judiciary has appellate jurisdiction in all appeals from the Inter-Dormitory Judicial Council. A student who is dissatisfied with the decision of the body may apply to the Appeals Board.

Seated: Tom Mangum, Ron Dowdy, and Steve Sniteman. Standing: Monroe Mustian, Sam Wornom, Frank Welty, and Barry Blick.

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Seated: Gail Morris, Barbara Mathews, Dianne Patrick, Bonnie Ward, Rose Gooch, Francis Gutyar, Dee Watkins, and Joan Powell. Standing: Brenda Jacobs, Aurora Rini, Olivia Pridgen, Evelyn Ferguson, Gayle Strickland, Judy Elliot, Lois Johanson, Jackie Coon, Jonibel Willis, Marilyn Miller, Joyce Oliver, Dianne Martin, Ann Neville, and Butch Dunn.

Women's Judiciary

Dealing with disciplinaty cases- of women students, the Women's Judicial Council receives any problem concerning a code whose infraction is not handled by the Women's House Councils or that may not involve suspension or expulsion. Appeals from the Women's Honor Council are also reviewed by this body. Any decision of the Women's Judicial Council may be taken before the Appeals Board.

Chairman, Rose Gooch; secretary, Francis Gutyar; and chaplain, Bonnie Ward serve as officers.

Chairman Rose Gooch

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Attorney General clarifies point.

Attorney General Eddie Barnes and staff: Duncan Sinclair, Dave Lord, and Rann Carpenter.

Seated: Bill Clark, Berk Stephens, Neil Linker, and Ted Day. Standing: Mitch Stroud, Sam Keel, and Jerry Ainsfield.

Men's Honor Council

In all cases involving falsifying of records or classroom decorum, infractions of the Honor Code, and possible suspension or expulsion of students, the Men's Honor Council has jurisdiction.

The Men's Honor Council, acting only when seven members are present, reviews the cases referred to it by the faculty, staff, or any member of the stu- dent body or admiinstration. If the student is dissatisfied wih his sentence, he may appeal his case to the Appeals Board.

Chairman Berk Stephens leads discussion of case being considered.

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Women's Honor Council

The Women's Honor Council is composed of seven members and an alternate. Of these seven, four are juniors; and three are seniors. This coun- cil has jurisdiction over all violations of the Honor Code by women students and over any cases which are serious enough to warrant suspension or ex- pulsion of women students.

Chairman Carole White works with her secretary Lesley Kent.

Seated: Carole White, Standing: Caol Joyner, Leslie Kent, Jean Allen, Louise Womble, Joyce Sigman, and Nancy Wilson.

Ann Home is Attorney-General.

Members of the Honor Council have mixed opinions.

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Seated: Eddie Greene. Standing: Dr. Tora Larsen, Bill Deal, Bryan Bennett, Celia Orr, and Dr. James Batten. Absent: Dr. Robert Williams.

Appeals Board Is Highest Court.

East Carolina Appeals Board is composed of three faculty mem- bers appointed by the president of the college and of four students, one of whom is the vice-president of the Student Government. The remaining three students are nominated by the Executive Council of the SGA and are approved by the Student Legislature.

The Appeals Board accepts all appeals from the Judiciaries and Honor Councils if the appeals are based on the following reasons:

1) The decision violates and overrides college policy or regula- tion

2) The Decision was based on a policy or regulation which did not apply.

3) Evidence not available at the time of decision, but now available, would affect the decision itself.

4) The case was initiated or conducted according to improper procedure.

5) The decision embodies an inappropriate penalty.

6) The decision was contrary to the weight of the weight of evidence.

If the appeal is heard by the board, the decision is either upheld; or the case is retried and a new decision is rendered. The Appeals Board was organized this year and is the highest court in the Col- lege Judicial Branch.

Chairman Eddie Greene

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Inter-Dormifory Council

IDC PRESIDENT Jerry Tolley

IDC Executive Council Seated: Henry Taylor, Jerry Tolley, and John Coon. Standing: Charlie Har- rell, Jim Hammond and Dinky Mills.

Representing the 1540 occupants who reside in the three men's dormitories, the IDC installs its officers and mem- bers during fall quarter. IDC officers are elected by the men of the dormitor- ies, and a member is elected as an offi- cer, and the remainder of the court is elected from the members of the IDC. The court has jurisdiction over all rules governing conduct in the dormitories and increases involving dormitory prop- erty. The IDC works for the betterment of the male students and provides social activities several times a year.

The IDC Council meets every two weeks as a representative body to discussing the problems of the men who live on College Hill Drive.

Seated: Walt Rouse, Jim Hammond. and Bob LeCour.

Standing: Charlie Harrell, Brad Price, and Bill Parrish.

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Seated: Sandie Waddill, Mrs. Antoinette Jenkins, Carol Joyner, Mrs. Mary Sorenson, Bobbie Eason, and Pam Hall. Standing: Dr. James Tucker, Dr. Robert Rudolf Alexander, Mr, Bob Myers, Dr. Lee Jenkins, Jim Mahan, Tom Moe, Robert Duncan, Henry Wallace, and Larry Brown.

Publications Board

To oversee the work of the tour student pubhcauons on campus is the primary function of the Pubhcations Board. The powers delegated to this group include letting contracts and selecting edi- tors for the BUCCANEER. THE EAST CAROLINIAN, THE

KEY and the REBEL. Composing the publications Board are ad- ministrative officials, faculty publications advisers, student editors and business managers, and three members-at-large selected by the Student Legislature.

The Key Guides Student Life.

Designed as the only SGA publication to be entirely informative, the Key is used primarily as a guide for in- coming freshmen. A comprehensive reference, the Key explains all campus organizations and activities. The edi- tor of the annual publication is chosen each year during winter quarter.

Gail Smith - chief typist.

Co-Editors Sandie Waddill and Carol Joyner

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The REBEL

REBEL STAFF

Editor Tom Speight

Associate Editor Dwight Pearce

Business Manager Jan Coward

Copy Editor Ann barbee

Book Review Editor Robert Malone

Typist Margaret DeLong

Editor Tom Speight

Business Manager Jan Coward

On the walls inside a four-room labyrinth which comprises the Rebel office, are bits and pieces of the magazine's history including a certifi- cate from the Associated Collegiate Press, honoring the Rebel with an All-American rating. In their files is a letter of congratulations from Karl Shapiro. Behind the desks are a group of students haggling over minor grammatical points.

The room, the history, the students are all part of the college's lit- erary magazine. Published quarterly, the Rebel includes selections of prose and poetry from students and faculty, book reviews, excerpts, and interviews with outstanding writers and artists. Funds for the publica- tion are provided by the Student Government Association; the editor is selected by the Publications Board.

Fostering an interest in creative writing among students, the Rebel affords an opportunity to develop literary talents. A visitor once re- marked that he thought the reason students did not write better, if they wrote at all, was that they were too busy working for a degree, instead of getting an education.

Art Editor - Louis Jones

Copy Editor - Ann Barbee

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The Buccaneer

Editor Bobbie Eason

Business Manager Henry Wallace

Academics Editor Ina Fay Ipock

Classes Editor Jimmy Young

Features Editor Joyce Sigmon

Organizations Editor Ritchie Steele

Greek Editor Rowena Hutton

Sports Editor Bill Moore

Copy Editor Robert Duncan

Sometimes two heads are better than one.

Everyone wants to know the last day to make appointment.

IBM cards are time-saving conveniences.

Layouts are drawn, reowrked and drawn again.

Editor - Bobbie Eason

Business Manager - Henry Wallace

As Copy Editor Robert works with the staff to smooth their writing.

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Copy must be typed and retyped and typed again.

Bill Moore and Jimmy Young select photos for the sports section.

Interest in publications and in capturing the year by year history of the college draws many students to the BUCCANEER office. At the start of the quarter, all staff members had separate jobs to perform; but by the time deadline had rushed upon them, they had done a little of everything. The finished product is not the individual efforts of four or five but the combined work of all members. At first the deadline seemed so far away, and they planned to start work that first weekend. Once they get started, they throw them- selves into the work; and with the help of other staff members and a few friends drafted from the dormitory, they met the first of many crises.

Layout was a problem for those who were doing it for the first time. There were many rules they had to learn about preparation of copy; but with writers found with the help of the advisor, they mold ideas into smooth phrases. Section heads were busy seeing that each page was filled, and they glowed with pride and relief as their assigned page num- bers were marked off the board one by one. The campus photographer was kept busy filling last minute orders, and there was always one needed picture that could not be located in the rush.

Once the pictures and copy were fitted on each layout page, there came the job of writ- ing headlines for the pages and cutlines for the pictures. Many little things took up the time schedule. Sometimes ideas would not come, or the typewriters were all busy. The staff waited for pictures to be made, and inevitably someone did not keep his appointment. Finally each frustration was surmounted and each deadline met. At last all the material was in. The first proofs were returned and corrected. Section by section, the book was sent back for final approval of the editor and returned to the printer for publication.

Photos must be cropped for emphasis.

Classes Editor draws countless layouts.

Working with faculty proved interesting.

Information is checked before the typing of the final copy.

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Becky, an expert on layout, gives advice to Clara.

Fall Quarter Editor Robert Duncan

Summer School Editor Bill Peck

"Get those headlines written - don't forget to take the copy to the printers - We have got exactly two minutes to get going, so let's move!" This series of exclamations is just a sample of the con- versation before deadline in the East Carolinian office.

The staff published two papers a week this year. It attempted to make the East Carolinian a mouth-piece for student views and opinions. A liberal editorial policy was adopted so that everyone, rather than a select group, might have the opportunity to use his newspaper in the best way he saw fit. The staff urged the participa- tion of all and tried to make the East Carolinian a true representa- tion of the students and faculty on the campus.

At times the staff thought it would never make those Tuesday and Sunday night deadlines. Sometimes members found themselves frustrated and depressed. They kept pushing against pressures, and somehow they always felt an inner pride on Tuesday and Friday afternoons when everyone reached for the latest edition of the paper. An appreciative campus made all their journalistic efforts more than worthwhile.

The staff hopes that the college newspapers have contributed something to the students at East Carolina. Staff members have re- ceived tremendous benefit and satisfaction from the paper and hope others have also.

Sports Editor speaks witii pride as his article made the front page.

Joe Holleman and Bob Brown discuss ideas for a weekly col- umn.

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The East Carolinian

EAST CAROLINIAN STAFF

Editor Larry Brown Jr.

Associate Editor Lynda Robbins

Managing Editor E. P. Bishop

Business Manager Pam Hall

Editorial Editor Robert Brown

News Editor Nellie Lee

Layout Editor Becky Hobgood

Greek Editor Amy Rooker

Greek Editor Anita Zepul

Sports Editor Ron Dowdy

Features Editor Clara Katsias

Advertising Manager Pat Paul

Proofreader Bobbi Rath

Typist Gail Smith

Photographer Joe Brannon

Winter Quarter Editor Larry Brown

Associate Editor confers with Business Manager on the cost of pohotos in the paper.

Greek Editors Amy Rooker and Anita Zepul

Nellie Lee shows her staff how to begin a news story.

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THE

Highlighting the prominent features of outstanding individuals, the spotlight is focused within the campus radius.

BEAUTIES 76

MARSHALS 84

FACULTY CITATIONS 87

WHO'S WHO 90

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SPOTLIGHT

Achievement has earned for certain indi- viduals a place in the spotlight. Distinction in many areas - beaut)', scholarship, athletics, and pedagogy - is noted in the following section.

Individual students and "faculty members have contributed much to East Carolina Col- lege. The Spotlight falls on those whose achievements have come through inspiration, talent, and concentrated effort.

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Buccaneer Queen 1965

Chosen from a group of thirty campus beauties and sponsored by Kappa Alpha, Miss Celia Orr was selected to reign as the 1965 Buccaneer Queen. Celia's poise, beauty, and personality won for her the choice of a panel of four judges at a tea at the home of Dr. Leo Jenkins.

A junior from Falls Church, Virginia, Celia is a member of Chi Omega sorority and secretary of the Student Government. Her major is psychology.

FIRST RUNNER-UP

Ida Campen, sponsored by North Fletcher Dormitory, placed first nmner-up to the Buccaneer Queen. A transfer from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Ida is a junior, majoring in business education. She is a sister in Chi Omega sorority. Edenton is her hometown.

SECOND RUNNER-UP

Dona Wheless, sponsored by Pi Kappa Phi fraternity, placed second in the Buccaneer Queen judging. Dona, a fresh- man primary education major, comes from Louisburg.

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Homecoming Queen

Linda Daniels, sponsored by Theta Chi fraternity, won the vote of the student body to become the reigning Homecoming Queen. A senior majoring in elementary education, Linda also holds the title of White Bali Queen 1964. Linda's hometown is Durham.

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Miss Greenville

sponsored by the local Jaycees, the Miss Greenville Pageant is judged on beauty, talent, poise, and personality. Possessing these qualities. Miss Fay Spencer represented Greenville at the Miss North Carolina Pageant in Raleigh. Fay was sponsored in the Miss Greenville Pageant by Sigma Sigma Sigma. She is a senior, primary education major from Columbia, N.C.

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Inter-Dormitory Queen

Elected by popular vote of the men in Jones, Aycock, and Scott Dormitories, Miss Sue Brinn now holds the title of Inter-Dormitory Queen. A junior at East Carolina, Sue comes from Bath and is majoring in grammar education.

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Summer School Queen

As a freshman at East Carolina College, Dona was chosen Summer School Queen by vote of the summer school student body. Cotten Hall was her sponsor.

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Military Queen

A senior from Coates, Miss Judy Elliott was elected by the Air Force Re- serve Officers Training Corp as Military Ball Queen. Judy, a social studies major, was sponsored by the Angel Flight.

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Interfraternity Queen

Pat Robertson, sponsored by Chi Omega, was chosen Inter-Fraternity Queen by the Greek men on campus. A resident of Wilmington, Pat is now a junior at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.

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College Marshals

Elected by the student body in the spring elections, sixteen college marshals serve as the official hostesses of the College. Each girl must have and maintain an honor roll average and clear student government record to be eligible. Beginning their duties at graduation exercises, they continue for one year. As hostesses, the marshals are seen smiling and helping at all col- lege sponsored activities.

Chief marshal is chosen by the marshals to direct their activities along with the guidance of Miss Cynthia Menden- hall, College Union director. Gigi Guice was honored as the 1965 Chief marshal.

GIGI GUICE

Chosen chief by vote of the marshals, Gigi is a senior from Greenville. She is a Pirate cheerleader, president of Alpha Delta Pi, and Student Government productions chairman. Gigi majors in political science.

Participating in the June commencement activities, the marshals listen attentively to the graduation ad- dress.

JEAN ALLEN

From Farmville, Jean is majoring in English. Alpha Phi sorority. Women's Honor Council, and the Buccaneer are among her campus interests. Jean is a student writer for the News Bureau and will edit the 1965 Key.

CAROL JOYNER

Co-editor of the 1964 Key, Carol is from Rocky Mount. This primary education major is a sister in Alpha Phi and a member of Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Carol's activities include Student Government work.

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LYNDA HUNNING

Presidencies of Kappa Delta sorority and of Women Day Students demands much of Lynda's time. Lynda is a senior in grammar education. Among her honors are Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges and North Caro- lina College Queen.

GAYLE HUNNING

Gayle a grammar education major, is from Greenville. She is a sister in Kappa Delta sorority and 'Women's Day Student senator.

CAROL COMBS

President of the Student National Education Association, Carol majors in primary education. This Delta Zeta sister is active in Tau Sigma and Kappa Delta Pi. Carol is listed in the Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.

Officiate as College Hostesses,

DEEDEE LEONARD

Nursing major DeeDee is a Student Nurse Association mem- ber. A sister in Alpha Delta Pi, DeeDee's interests include the Young Democrats Club.

ANN DANIEL

Ann is a sophomore co-ed from Greenville. A sister in Kappa Delta, she serves as Rush Chairman. Ann's major is biology.

WANDA CALDWELL

Wanda, a fall quarter graduate, teaches in the Farmville school system. At East Carolina, she was active in Sigma Tau Delta and the Marching Pirates.

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Circle K members and marshals often share duties at college activities.

JOYCE SIGMON

LOUISE WOMBLE Interior designing is the goal of . Majoring in English, Louise

Joyce. From Roanoke, Virginia, Womble plans a teaching career,

she is a member of the National This junior is a Student Govern-

Society of Interior Designers. A ment class senator and Women's

sister in Sigma Sigma Sigma, Joyce Honor Council member. An Alpha

is Feature Editor of the Buccaneer Delta Pi sister, Louise has served

and Women's Honor Council as Gotten Hall president, member.

KAREN WHITE Karen is a home economics major. A senior, she is active in Phi Omicron and the North Carolina Home Economics Associations. Delta Zeta sister, Karen is listed in Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.

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CAROLYN WRIGHT President of Alpha Omicron Pi, Carolyn majors in history. Tau Sigma and Women's Recreation Association are among her inter- ests.

GAYLE MORRIS This Alpha Phi sister majors in grammar education. Women's Ju- diciary and the Student Legislature are included in her interests.

MAXINE BROWN President of Delta Zeta, Maxine Brown is a junior. She majors in primary' education and is a member of the Student National Education Association. Maxine serves in the Student Legislature.

Gigi discusses InrtlK-oniinK ni.ir.sii.il assignments with Miss Hungerford, assistant director of College Union activities.






Buccaneer Citations

MR. EDGAR R. LOESSIN

Success of East Carolina's Summer Theater is due largely to the efforts of its producer-director, Edgar R. Loessin. Since earning his Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of North Carolina and a Master of Fine Arts Degree from Yale, Mr. Loessin has been involved in many theatrical productions. In New York, he was stage manager for a number of shows and was given a Ford Foundation grant as director-observer to Harold Clurman. Further directing experience was gained through summer stock.

He is on the Board of Directors of the North Carolina Institute of Out- door Drama and has worked as director or assistant director of such out- door productions as "Horn in the West," "Unto These Hills," "Thunder on the River," and "Florida Aflame." At East Carolina, he is head of the Department of Speech and Drama. He directed the premiere performance of Carlisle Floyd's "Sojourner and Mollie Sinclair."

DR. JEAN LOWRY

After service with the federal government in the office of price admiriistration and Federal Geological Survey, Dr. Jean Lowry worked with the 'Virginia Geological Survey. This experience was terminated by her entry into the teaching profession in 1958, when she joined the East Carolina faculty in the Depart- ment of Geography. In 1962-63 she was a visiting professor at the University of Concepcion in Chile. A graduate of Pennsylvania State, she received her Ph.D. from Yale in 1951.

Interested in cave exploration, this traveled professor is a member of the Na- tional Speleological Society and has prepared over a dozen cave survey reports for them. She is a council member of the Association of American University Professors.

DR. FRANCIS R. ADAMS, JR.

Professor of English Dr. Francis R. Adams, Jr., has been at East Carolina since 1958. Formerly he has taught at Yale; American Uni- versity in 'Washington, D.C.; and the University of Maryland, where, he received his Masters and doctors degrees. On campus he has served as advisor to the Easi Carolinian, chairman of the Lecture Committee, and reviewer of the Summer Theater. He is president of the East Carolina Art Society and of the East' Carolma Chapter of the Associa- tion of American University Professors. A partial listing of his or- ganizational memberships include the College English Association, Modern Language Association, North Carolina Literary and Historical Association, South Atlantic Modern Language Association, American Studies Association, and the National Railway Historical Society. He writes a weekly column for the Daily Reflector in Greenville and is a staff book reviewer for the Richmond Times Dispatch. One of his articles has been published in the American Quarterly.

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Awarded for Outstanding

DR. MIRIAM B. MOORE

Dr. Miriam B. Moore taught at two Georgia colleges before she- took the position of East Carolina's Director of Home Economics. After receiving her Bachelor of Science and Master of Education Degrees from the University of Georgia, she went to Ohio State University for her Ph.D. She is a member of the North Carolina Council on Food and Nutrition; Omicron Nu and Phi Upsilon Omicron, both honorary societies in Home Economics; Kappa Delta Pi, honorary educational society; Delta Kappa Gamma, honorary society for women teachers; National and North Carolina Council on Family Relations; and both American and North Carolina Home Economics Associations.

DR. JAMES POINDEXTER

Between his Bachelor of Arts and Ph.D. Degrees from the Univer- sity of North Carolina, Dr. James Poindexter obtained his Masters Degree from Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia. Before coming to East Carolina in 1951, the English professor taught at the University of North Carolina and Mississippi State College for Women. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Nu, the Shakespeare Association, and the Renaissance Society. He has served the college as advisor to the Circle K Club, Easl Carolinian, and the Buccaneer. He is also on the Lecture Committee. His publications include reviews and columns. Tennis and gardening occupy his time away from college duties.

DR. RALPH NAPP

Regarded as an expert on contemporary Germany, Dr. Ralph Napp has written numerous book reviews for the News and Observer, Raleigh, North Carolina. He has co-authored a human document on war and written an article on German students. A member of W^ho's Who in American Edu- cation in 1965, he is treasurer of the local Association of American Uni- versity Professors, chairman of the foreign film committee, and sociology representative of the President's Advisory Council.

Duke University awarded him his Master of Education and Doctor of Education Degrees. Before taking the position of associate professor in East Carolina's Sociology Department, Dr. Napp taught at the United States Armed Forces Institute, United States Information Agency, Amerika Haus, and Interpreters College. All are located in Munich, Germany. He belongs to Kappa Delta Pi, American Sociological Association, and South- ern Sociological Association.

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DR. H. DANIEL STILLWELL

Evidence of Dr. H. Daniel Stillwell's enthusiasm in his field of Geography is the relief globe located in Joyner Library. Dr. Stillwell constructed the model, one of two in existence, singlehandedly. After earning Bachelors and Masters Degrees in forestry from Duke University, he studied geography at Oregon State and received a Ph.D. from Michigan State. The associate professor has taught at East Michigan and the University of Texas. He joined East Carolina's Geog- raphy Department in 1962. He has written articles on forestry and Brazil's Na- tional Parks.

Enjoying athletics, this instructor likes mountain climbing, gymnastics, and sailing. He is on the athletic committee and has been co-advisor of gymnastics and sailing clubs. An advisor for Gamma Theta Upsilon, the honorary geogra- phy fraternity. Dr. Stillwell belongs to the North Carolina Academy of Science, Association of American Geographers, National Council for Geographic Educa- tion, National Parks Association, American Forestry Association, and the Na- tional Gymnastics Federation. He also serves the college as a member of the President's Advisorj' Council.

MR. JERRY SUTHERLAND

East Carolina's building expansion is planned and supervised for the most part by Mr. Jerry Sutherland, director of maintenance and operations. His responsibility is to oversee 120 workers in the area of school maintenance. His duties in operations consist of supervising present construction projects, meeting with architects concerning fu- ture construction plans, and looking ahead to the future needs of the college.

Mr. Sutherland studied Civil Engineering at Texas A&M and grad- uated with a Bachelor of Science Degree. He spent three years at Lasalle University, Chicago, working toward an LLB Degree. At- tracted to outdoor life, he likes golf, hunting, and fishing. Member- ships include the Kiwanis Club and American Society of Civil Engi- neers.

Contributions to College.

DR. RICHARD C. TODD

Professional basketball and high school coaching were part of the early experiences of Dr. Richard C. Todd. He received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Educa- tion Degrees in his home state of Pennsylvania; the former at Millersville State Col- lege, the latter at Pennsylvania State University. His Ph.D. was awarded by Duke University, where he later taught in the History Department. Before joining the East Carolina faculty in 1950, Dr. Todd taught at High Point College. In keeping with his interest in history, the professor is a member of North Carolina Literary and Historical Society and the Southern Historical Association. He has held many offices in Phi Sigma Pi, honorary professional fraternity, including his present posi- tion as National Vice-President. His book, Confederate Finance, won the Mrs. Simon Baruch University Prize in American History in 1954; it was also placed on the Publisher's List of the 100 Best Books published in 1954-55. Listed in \V''ho's Who in the South and Southwest and Who's Who in American Education, the noted scholar is Chairman of the History Honors Program and Chairman of the Entertain- ment Committee.

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Who's Who Among Students in American

RICHARD CARLION BARNES

Co-captain of the Pirates winning baseball team for two years, Carlton was named to all North State Conference in 1962 and All-State in 1963. He belongs to the Physical Education Majors Club. While serving as secretary of Lambda Chi Alpha social fraternity and taking an active lead as a member of the board of directors of the Circle K Club, Carl- ton has maintained an overall scholastic average of 2.86. Ranking fifth in scholastic averages, he plans to enter graduate school or the teaching profession.

To recognize the outstanding college students on a national b.isis, W/jo'i Who Amnii;^ Students in American Universities and Colleges was initiated thirty years ago. An annual direc- tory of distinguished students throughout America, the first publication came into print for the school year 1934-35.

Nominating committees consider the student's scholarship, leadership, and co-operation in educational and extracurricular activities, general citizenship, and promise of future useful- ness. After the student is officially recommended from the col- lege or university, he must be accepted by the organization of Who's W^ho. James Tucker, Dean of Student Affairs, released the East Carolina recipients November 27.

RICHARD WHITFIELD BASS

Active in many phases of campus life, Whitty serves as president of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Historian-editor of Phi Epsilon Kappa, honorary physical education frater- nity, junior class senator, and Sergeant-at-Arms of Kappa Alpha are among the offices which he has held. In athletics this senior is a member of the varsity track and football teams. He has served as captain of the track team as well as received its Most Valuable Award for two consecutive years. He holds the college record in the 440 and 880 yard runs. Membership in Circle K Club, Men's Glee Club, and the State Student Legislature completes his impressive record. An English major and history minor, Richard plans to attend graduate school and hopes to qualify for the 1968 Olympics.

BRYAN L. BENNETT

Majoring in history and minoring in speech, Bryan has been prominent in Student Government work for the past four years Bryan's talents have been used as an asset of the Executive Coun cil. He was elected junior class president and senior class presi dent. He has also served as House Council appeals judge, Cird K president, and Lieutenant Governor of Carolinas DistricI member of Campus Coordination of the National Students Assc elation, and the Dean's Advisory Council. An active brother ii Theta Chi, he has also participated in the activities of the Varsit cheerleaders and the Marching Pirates. A cadet Major in th AFROTC, Bryan plans to attend Flight School after graduatior

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Universities and Colleges . . .

JUANITA FAYE BOWMAN

Majoring in primary' education, Faye has distinguished herself in student educational organizations on the college campus. Faye has served as both president and vice-president of the Association for Childhood Education and is a member of the Student National Education Association. In addition to her contributions to educational groups, she has been active in Sigma Tau Sigma, honorary tutoring society. She has also served on her dormi- tory house council.

DAVID THOMAS BUMGARNER

One of the most outstanding football players of East Carolina's victorious Tangerine Bowl Team. Dave has been an asset to the college. A physical education major and social studies minor, Dave has chosen a teaching profession as his career. Serving as president of his honorary fraternity. Phi Epsilon Kappa, Dave is Pirate gridiron co-captain. He is a member of the Physical Edu- cation Majors Club and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

CAROL ANN COMBS

Carol, a primary education ma- jor, is a member of Delta Zeta sorority. Association of Childhood Education, Young Democrats Club, and the Dean's Advisory Council. She is president of the Student National Education Asso- ciation and College Marshal. Be- ing on the Dean's List and on the AH A's List has earned her mem- bership in Kappa Delta Pi and Tau Sigma, educational honorary so- cieties. Carol plans to attend grad- uate school at the University of North Carolina.

GILBERT WILLIAM CRIPPEN

Majoring in geography, Gil plans to attend graduate school and teach after graduation. At East Carolina, he has been active in the Cosmopolitan Club, Gamma Theta Upsilon, Sigma Tau Sigma, Phi Sigma Pi, and the Young Democrats Club. Gil has also served on Inter-Dormitory Council and as assistant editor of "Tiger", the AFROTC paper.

FAYE MARIE CREEGAN

Faye majors in social studies with a minor in English. She served as both president and pledge chairman of Tau Sigma, and belongs to Kappa Delta Pi, honorary fraternitj'. Young Democrats Club, Philoso- phy Club and Student National Education Association. The first recipi- ent of the Honor's Scholarship in the history- curriculum, Faye has a Dean's List average. Plans for her future include a Master's Degree and a teaching career.

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THEODORE MALCOLM DAY

Ted is majoring in Physical Education. He is a member of the Men's Honor Council, co- captain of the football Pirates, and a mem- ber of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He enjoys hunting, fishing, and watching football games.

LINDA GRAY DOUB

Teaching or working with the National Chapter of Alpha Xi Delta is Linda's pro- fessional goal. Sorority activities are the key- note to' her outstanding record. She has served Alpha Xi as Panhellenic representa- tive, membership chairman, and recording secretary. Linda also sened as campus Pan- hellenic president. Active in the Home Economics Club, she has worked as Historian of the Student Government, Junior class senator, and Homecoming Program Chair- man. This Dean's Advisory Council mem- ber and secretary of Ragsdale Hall was chos- en Sweetheart of Phi Kappa Tau.

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DAVID WILLIAM DAVIS

Restoring antique furniture, David displays his in- dustrial arts proficiency. He is a member of Epsilon Pi Tau honorary fraternity for industrial arts majors. As president of the Industrial Arts Club, David be- longs to the Dean's Advisory Council.

ROBERTA ANNE EASON

Editor of the 1965 Buccaneer, Bobbie is a member of the Dean's Advisory Council and the Publication Board. She also edited the 1964 yearbook sports section. 'With a double major in Art, she is a member of Delta Phi Delta national honorar)- art fraternity, and the National Society of Interior Designers. Bobbie is a sister in Alpha Phi Sorority, which she has served as rush chairman. Maintaining an Honor Roll average, she plans to teach art in public schools.

RAYMOND E. FORNES

Mathematics and physics are Raymond's main interests. Raymond has been president of Phi Sigma Pi; president and vice-president of the Mathematics club; treasurer of Chi Beta Phi, honorary scientific fraternity; and a member of the Dean's Advisory Council. Raymond plans to do graduate work in physics.

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CATHERINE ROSE GOOCH

A primary education major. Rose actively participates in the Student Government, the Association for Childhood Education, and the Stu- dent National Education Association. Rose is president of Women'' Judiciary and Jarvis Hall and vice-president of Garrett Dormitory. Horseback riding and water skiing are among her hobbies. Rose has chosen teaching as her profession.

Seniors Honored.

BETTE JO GASKINS

Talented Bette Jo has distinguished herself in the field of music. Specializing in Piano, Bette Jo has performed as soloist with the College Orches- tra Concerto Program. She has also sung with the College Concert Choir. A member of Sigma Alpha Iota, honorary professional music fraternity for women, she has served as first vice-president and pianist. Bette Jo was selected to the honors pro- gram in the School of Music. Future plans in- clude a master's degree and a teaching career.

HENRY HARSCH

Commercial art is Henry's chosen profes- sion. An Honor Roll and Dean's List student, Henry serves Delta Phi Delta, honorary art fraternity, as president. He is a member of Phi Sigma Pi, the Dean's Advisory Council and Art Club. Future plans for Henry include work on a Master of Science Degree.

WALTER LOUIS JONES, JR.

Art editor of the Rebel, Louis is affiliated with Delta Phi Delta, honorary art fraternity, and Phi Sigma Pi. With an Honor Roll average, Louis' immediate plans are to attend grad- uate school.

LYNDA RHUE HUNNING

North Carolina College Queen, Lynda is a grammar education major. At East Carolina, she has become associated with many activies: member of Sigma Tau Sigma, Dean's Advisory Councilman, president of Women Day Students, College Marshal, Panhellenic corresponding secretary, and president of Kappa Delta sorority. Lynda plans to teach the fifth grade.

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DAVID WILTON McLAWHORN

Outstanding in mathematics and physics, Davis won t Mathematics Achievement Award in 1962. Campus life f David include Pi Kappa Phi fraternity, in which he serv as secretary, and AFROTC, in which he received t Academic Star, Reserve Officers Association Medal, Coi petitive Drill Award, Chicago Tribune Award, and "D finguished Cadet" Award. David's plans for the immedi: future include the Air Force and a study of meteorology Pennsylvania State University.

CAROL ANN JOYNER

Carol will have much to offer the third grade she plans to teach after graduation. She has been active as a student counselor, member of the Women's Judiciary, Honor Council Alternate, and a College Marshal. She has been a staff member of the East Carolinian, the Buccaneer, and co- editor of the Key. A sister in Alpha Phi, she has served as vice-president and chairman of philanthrophy. An Honor Roll and Dean's List student, Carol served on the budget committee of the Student Government.

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SHELBY McINTYRE KILPATRICK

Vice-president and president of the Home Economics Club, Shelby is a member of Phi Omicron, Home economics honorary; Kappa Delta Pi, education honorary society; and the Student National Education Association. Sewing and reading are her hobbies. Shelby plans to teach in the public schools upon graduation.

CLARENCE HARLAN McCASKILL, JR.

Harlan majors in Business. At East Carolina, he has been a member of Phi Beta Lambda, Student National Education Association, and the Young Democrats Club. His hobbies include piano and clarinet. He plans 94 to teach in the North Carolina Public Schools.

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SAMUEL AIMAN KEEL

Work toward a Masters Degree in History at East Carolina College Graduate School is Sam's immediate goal. Sam majors in social studies and minors in geography. A brother in Phi Kappa Tau fraternity, he served the organization as house manager and vice-president. On men's Judiciary he has been chairman and vice-chairman: he is secretary of LF.C. and editor of the Greek Courier. This Honor Roll student is also a member of Semper Fidelis, Student National Education Associa- tion, and the Men's Glee Club. Sam also enjoys golf and tennis.

LINDA ELIZABETH KILLIAN

Chief cheerleader of the Pirates, Linda is a sister of Sigma Sigma Sigma, which she has served as president and sentinel. A mathematics major and sci- ence minor, she belongs to Chi Beta Phi, honorary science fraternity. Her other roles are College Marshal, chairman of th Student Government Entertainment Committee, Day Student senator, and member of the Associated Arts Board and the Dean's Advisory Council.

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BERKLEY MOORE-STEPHENS, JR.

Physical education is Berk's major. A brother of Theta Chi Fraternity, he has been librarian, athletic director and assistant treasurer. Berk has held many campus offices: sophomore class president, treasurer of the Student Government Association, HonOr Council Chairman, Budget Committee Chairman, Constitutional Revisions Committee Chairman, Elections Committee Chairman and sports editor of the East Carolinian. He has served as a mem- ber of the Varsity baseball team, as Day Student Representative, and as Speaker of the House of Representatives of the North Caro- lina State Student Legislature. Berk has been a member of the Stu- dent Government Executive Council, Dean's Advisory Council, Associated Arts Committee, and Ring Committee. He received the SGA Outstanding Service Award during Summer school, 1964.

ROBERT PLATO MILLER, JR.

With business administration as his major. Bob plans to go into industrial sales or finance. He has served as president and vice-presi- dent of the campus Circle K Club and Governor of the Carolina Dis- trict of Circle K International. Attorney General of the Men's Honor Council, member of the Young Democrats Club, and assistant resident counselor for Aycock Hall complete this active senior's roles.

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Six States and Fifteen Colleges

BILLI KATHRYN STEWART

Commercial art is Billi's professional goal. She belongs to Delta Phi Delta, honorary art fraternity, and the National Society of Interior De- signers.-A sister in Delta Zeta sorority, Billi is vice-president of the Col- lege Union and has served as its reporter. She has been co-chairman of the Student Government Special Projects Committee and a College Marshal. Billi enjoys both music and painting.

HERMAN RAY STEVENS

Fall quarter graduation ended Ray's college days. Majoring in social sutd he was a member of the Men's Honor Council, a Student Government c senator for two years, and Interdormitory Council representative and vice-pr dent. Ray was a varsity swimmer, vice-president of Circle K Club, and brot in Kappa Alpha Order. An officer of the Buccaneer Sports Car Club, he enj skiing, sports cars, and racing.

JERRY RUSSELL TOLLEY

"A" for Athlete is personified by Jerry who is a physical edu- cation major. Jerry has been a member of the winning football squad and served as defensive captain. Active in men's govern- ment on campus, he is serving as Inter-Dormitory Council presi- dent and a member of the Honor Council. His interests include fellowship of Christian Athletes, the track team. Kappa Alpha Order, and the Student Legislature.

NOEL HOUSTON TISDALE

Versatile is the word for Noel. A philosophy and psychology major, he has b active in the East Carolina Playhouse and the College Union, where he has served Fine Arts Chairman. He has been Phi Sigma Pi reporter, president and vice-presid of the Psychology Club, and a member of the Philosophy Club. Noel plans to er graduate school to prepare for a teaching and research career in psychology.

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Curriculums Represented.

SANDRA CARY WADDILL

Recipient of the Buccaneer Service Award in 1962, Sandree has been active in campus publications as co-editor of the 1964 Key, Greek editor of the Buccaneer, and a member of the Publications Board. She has served Alpha Phi sorority as marshal and historian. Sandree has been a Day Student senator and a member of the Dean's Advisory Council. Upon graduation, she hopes to teach art and work with retarded children.

PATRICIA JANE WEAVER

China painting and jewelry making are among Pat's hobbies. At East Carolina, Pat has served as College Union President and Col- lege Student Nurses' Association President. A member of the Student Army Nurse Program, Patricia plans a career in the Nursing Corps.

WILLIAM HENRY WALLACE, JR.

Majoring in Business Administration, Henry is Business Manager of the 1965 Buccaneer and member of the Publications Board. A Phi Kappa Tau brother, he has been active as house manager and fraternal executive councilman. In the Student Legislature, Henry is a Day Student senator and a member of the Budget Committee. This senior belongs to the Society for Advancement of Management.

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Who's Who, 1965.

BOBBY JULEAN WARD

Biology is Bobby's major. He has served as president of the Science Club and Chi Beta Phi, honorary fraternity. He also is a member of Sigma Tau Sigma, student tutoring society; The Young Democrats Club; and the Dean's Advisory Council. Reading, coin collecting, and stamp collecting are among his hobbies. Bobby plans to attend graduate school.

KAREN FAYE WHITE

This Delta Zeta social chairman and fraternity sweet- heart was chosen Greek Queen in 1963. Majoring in home economics, Karen is a member of Phi Omicron, honorary home economics fraternity, and the North Carolina Home Economics Association. During two years as a College Marshal, she has maintained an Honor Roll average. Teaching or a business career is Karen's future plan.

HERBERT DUFFY WILLIAMS

College teaching is Herb's professional goal. He majors in sociology and minors in psychology. Outstanding in his fields. Herb is president of the Sociology Club and a member of the Psychology Club and Chi Beta Phi, honorary scientific fraternity. He is serving as vice-president of Phi Sigma Pi, honorary fraternity; and he belongs to Sigma Tau Sigma, stu- dent tutoring society.

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ATHLETICS

Admission of East Carolina College into the Southern Con- ference this year illustrates the increasingly dominant role played by athletics on our campus. This advancement not only brings prestige and status, but also represents the attainment and ex- tension of the higher ideals of athletics. The football Pirates, who represent their school well both on and off the field, are :in example of the growth of these ideals. Along with the de- velopment of ideals there has been an expansion in equipment and facilities. Visiting track teams will be welcomed to a new track, and shells have arrived in preparation for the organiza- tion of a rowing team.

An interest in collegiate athletics is an immeasurable asset to the completion of a well-rounded education. Participants learn to work effectively with their peers, to be proud in defeat, to be humble in victory, and to display all the attributes of good sportsmanship. Non-participants are unified in their support of a single group toward a definite goal. Of secondary importance is the entertainment provided by attendance at athletic functions. Serving as one of the most dominating of extracurricular activi- ties, athletics at East Carolina College is the link between stu- dent body, administration, and community.

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Front Row: R. Lewis, J. Tolley J. Canup, W. Bass, B. Cline, D. Mills, D. Bumgarner, T. Day, N. Swindell, J. Crew, J. Leftwich, S. Viverette, N. Linker. Second Row: C. McCrae, W. Bostic, C. Quinn, D. Alexander, B. McPhaul, L. Goforth, P. Kriz, J. Foley, C. Brown, J. Andrews. Third Row:

H. Glaettli, J. Stay, P. Crane, L Bullard, M. Cannon, H. Brant, R. Ellis, J. Brennen, C. Grimes, R. Odom. Fourth Row: B. Ryan, S. Duke, L. Cobb, W. Collins, G. Richardson, S. Cooke, F. Gatlin, F. Cox, C. Forbes. Managers: M. Scruggs, B. Dickens.

Fighting Pirates

Compile 9-1

Record for Season.

Coached by Clarence Stasavich and his staff, the 1964 football Pirates compiled their second straight 9-1 season. The only loss came at the hands of Southern Conference foe, Richmond.

There were many stars for the Bucs this year. Bill Cline unofficially led the Southern Conference in total offense with 1574 yards and was elected to the 1964 Little All-America team. Dave Alexander set a school scoring record with 96 points and led the team in rushing with 895 yards. Team captain Ted Day, Jerry Tolley, and Har- old Glaettli are just three of the many defensive stalwarts who were so important to this year's success.

Highlighting the season was the invitation to play in the Tangerine Bowl in Orlando, Florida, and the ultimate victory over the Redmen of the University of Massachu- setts. It was the well deserved' end to a hard fought sea- son.

Coach Stasavich, Swindell, and Linker watch play from the sidelines.

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ECC Scalps Indians 25-0.

Overcoming a slow start, the Pirates caught fire late in the first quarter and continued to roll over Catawba for their first win of the season. The home crowd watched as the stout Pirate de- fense allowed the Indians to come no closer than the 37 yard line, while the rampaging offense collected 25 points.

George Richardson got the Bucs moving, completing six of eight passes after they had stalled on their first four possessions. The first ECC score came on a one-yard plunge by Dave Alex- ander. Wallace Collins' extra point made it 7-0. Early in the second quarter, following a 44-yard pass from Richardson to Anderson, Alexander swept end and scored again. Late in the first half, Dave Bumgarner hauled in a 4 yard aerial in the end zone for the third tally of the half.

With substitutions used liberally in the second half, the Pirates scored once more shortly after Pete Crane recovered a fumble on the Catawba 38. Six plays later Richardson added the final six points to the Buc total.

I.D.C. Player Of The Week GEORGE RICHARDSON

A would be tackler closes in as Cline tries to swing wide.

Pirates Meet Success in First Two Games,

Pirates Buff Rams 33-7,

Outstanding defensive play, along with the running and passing of Dave Alexander and Bill Cline, sparked a 33-7 Pirate victory over the West Chester Rams at West Chester, Pennsylvania. Cline and Alexander claimed two tallies each and Dinky Mills added one to assure the Bucs of their second win of the season.

Returning in the second half with a 13-7 lead, the Bucs broke it open as Dinky Mills took an aerial and scam- pered into the end zone. Later in the game, Alexander col- lected two more touchdowns, both from four yards out, to end the scoring.

I.D.C. Player Of The Week DAVE ALEXANDER

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Richardson throws a long pass downfield.

I.D.C. Player Of The Week BILL CLINE

ECC Edges Howard 31-20,

Pulling from behind in the final period, the Pirate gridders squeaked by a strong Howard eleven, 31-20, before an enthusiastic home crowd. .

Capitalizing on two Pirate fumbles, the visitors from Alabama scored twice before the Bucs could present an offensive threat. Fullback, Dave Alexander, then set up the first ECC score with a 45-yard gallop late in the second quarter.

East Carolina scored three times in the second half. The first came on a 41- yard heave from Cline to Bumgarner and the second on a 24-yard Cline to Mills aerial. Capping the scoring for the evening was a 93-yard jaunt by Alexander.

East Carolina Blanks Terriers 27-0.

Halting an early Wofford threat, the visiting Pirates rolled over a staunch Terrier team 21-0.

An early field goal attempt by Wofford sailed wide and from the ECC 20 Bill Cline led the team to their first score. Speedy Dinky Mills on the receiving end of a 40-yard pass and an interference penalty moved the Pirates to the Terrier 21. Blocking back Norman Swindell then pulled in a pass moving the ball to the 13. Alexander, stopped at the line of scrimmage, lat- eraled to Cline who carried to the 3. On the next play, Cline scored and Bumgarner added the point after.

Punting later in the half to ECC, Wofford couldn't stop the powerful running of Alexander who drove most of the way for the second Pirate touchdown. Cline contributed a two-point conversion and the half- time score was 15-0.

Six more points were added to the total in the sec- ond half with Swindell pulling down Cline's toss for the final score.

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I.D.C. Player Of The Week TED DAY

Jerry Tolley discusses the Lenoir Rhyne offense with a teammate on the bench.

Traditional Rival Lenoir Rhyne Bows 33-14,

Traditional rival, Lenoir Rhyne, became the fourteenth straight victim of the potent Pirate attack as the Bugs posted a 33-14 margin over the Bears on their home field. LR tallied first on Campbell's 75-yard punt return.

Held scoreless in the first quarter, ECC started moving in the second period. On the second play of the quarter, a 35-yard pass was completed to Dave Bumgarner for the touchdown. Peter Kriz kicked the point after.

Fourteen more points were added in the first half as Cline scampered 44 yards for one score and Alexander went in from the 15 for another. Kriz supplied both extra points.

Second half action was fast and furious. Alexander turned in an exciting run when he scored from the 20 carrying Bear tacklers with him. An interception in the end zone by Jerry Tolley halted another LR threat and set up a 65-yard scoring run to complete the action.

I.D.C. Player Of The Week JOHNNY ANDERSON

After each football game, the Inter-Dormitory Council at East Carolina College presents the "Player of the Week" award to the outstanding per- former in that week's game. Here, Johnny Anderson receives his award for his role in the East Carolina-Lenoir Rhyne game.

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Richmond Snaps Pirate Win Streak at 14.

After thirteen fine games, the Buccaneers went down at the hands of the Spiders of Rich- mond. Spectators numbering 13,000 turned out in cold weather to watch as a strong Pirate at- tempt fell short and hopes for a perfect season were ruined 22-20.

Taking advantage of a fumble on the ECC three yard line, the Spiders scored seven points during the first three minutes. The Bucs retali- ated, however, when Dave Alexander picked off a Richmond pass and returned it 31 yards for a touchdown. The next three scores were all Richmond. A safety and two touchdowns ac- counted for 15 points and a 22-6 halftime lead.

Fighting back in the second half, the Pirates drove 56 yards for one tally and drove 39 yards in two plays for another. Alexander scored both times, but the two-point conversion efforts were unsuccessful.

No words are necessary as the scoreboard silently tells the story of the game.

I.D.C. Player Of The Week DAVE BUMGARNER

Contemplating the loss, Coach Stasavich walks toward the dressing room.

Dave Alexander receives a world of encourage- ment from a friend on the sidelines.

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I.D.C. Player Of The Week DINKY MILLS

Touchdown, East Carolina! Pirate followers saw this sign many times during the sea- son

Faking out a defender, Cline moves for valuable yardage.

Furman's Purple Paladins Fall to Bucs 34-13,

Alexander Sets School Scoring Record.

Homecoming was spoiled for Furman students when the Pirates appeared in Greenville, South Carolina, and defeated the Paladins 34-13. In this game, Dave Alexander, hard charging Buc fullback, surpassed the ECC single season scoring record by collecting his 78th point.

Furman tallied first, marching 78 yards after an ECC punt. Sammy Wyche, who passed for lO yards in the drive, threw five yards to Tim Crawford for the score. Brownie Cordell added the extra point. On the first series of downs following Furman's kickoff, Dinky Mills nabbed a pass from the 26 and took it all the way. Peter Kriz booted the point after. Regaining possession, the Pirates scored again in seven plays as Norman Swindell took a pass for the final five yards and the score.

Jerry Tolley intercepted a Paladin aerial in the second quarter and returned it to their 46. On second down, Alexander moved the ball to the two on the next play he carried again for the score.

Near the end of the first half, Furman attempted a field goal, but tackle Mitchell Cannon broke through and blocked it. From their own 41, the Pirates drove toward another touchdown. With one minute remaining on the clock, Cline scored from eight yards out.

In the second half, after the regulars scored six more points, the second and third teams took over and did an admirable job, holding the Paladins to only one score. That came as Bob Stillwell threw to Tommy Rhoads on a fake field goal from the Buc 18.

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The Pirates scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns to take a 19-10 triumph from the Bulldogs of Citadel at Charleston, South Carolina.

The Bus marched 68 yards on their first drive, terminating with Jerry Tolley scoring on a 14-yard pass. Kriz's conversion gave ECC a 7-0 lead.

Midway through the second quarter the Bulldogs opened up a sus- tained 81-yard drive, capped by a 23-yard toss to wingback Jim Parder. The teams went to the dressing room at the half with the score tied at 7-7.

Coming back in the third quarter, Citadel collected three points on Pat Greene's field goal, following a 40-yard punt return.

ECC wrapped it up scoring twice. Starting on their 43, the Pirates went all the way with Norman Swindell receiving a 12-yarder from Cline for the tally. With Cline setting up the score on a 51 -yard sprint to the Citadel 29, the Bucs again marched to pay dirt. George Richardson took over from one yard out.

Swindell prepares to pull down an aeriel for another first down.

Bucs Bulldoze Bulldogs For 19-10 Win.

On a buttonhook pattern, Dave Bumgarner awaits the throw from Cline.

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According to their facial expressions, the Pirates seem to have everything under control.

Mike Love, Citidel back, is brought down from behind by a Buc defender.

Defensive back Jerry Tolley rushes in for the stop after a Bulldog reception.

I.D.C. Player Of The Week MITCHELL CANNON

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I.D.C. Player Of The Week JERRY TOLLEY

The "Stasavich Single Wing" again provides Pirate tailbaclc with running room.

Pirates Run Over Blue Hose 49-8.

In appreciation of his contribution to East Carolina College athletics, the Century Club presented Coach Clarence Stasa- vich with a 1965 automobile.

All-important statistics are recorded by ECC's John Canup.

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Brushing off a Blue Hose tackier, Jerry Tolley sprints for yardage in the homecoming game.

Cline breaks up the middle against Presbyterian

Alexander Scores Four In ECC Win Over Presbyterian.

Closing the season against Presbyterian, East Carolina crushed the visitors 49-8 before a homecoming crowd of 14,322.

Late in the first quarter, Bill Cline rolled around right end for six yards and the first Buc touchdown. Jerry Tolley swept right end for the two-point conversion. In the second quarter, Dave Alexander scored twice within three minutes as the Pirates started to display the powerful singlewing offense The first tally was a 3-yard plunge up the middle and the second was an 8-yard brust over left tackle. Peter Kriz added both extra points. Com- pleting the first half scoring, Dave Bumgarner grabbed a 33-yard pass to give the Bucs a 28-0 lead.

The lone Presbyterian score came on a 57-yard drive following a recovered fumble on their 43. Richard Reed accounted for the six points when he hauled in a 34-yard aerial from Jack Nix. The same pair combined for the two-point conversion.

ECC came back as Cline teamed with Johnny Ander- son for an 18-yard touchdown toss. Kriz added the point after. Harold Glaettli then halted a Blue Hose drive when he intercepted a Nix throw and returned it 46 yards for another tally. Again Kriz booted the extra point. Wrapping up the scoring, Alexander hammered his way over from one yard out late in the fourth quarter. Kriz added his fifth extra point of the game.

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Prior to the opening kickoff, captains from both teams meet at mid-field for the toss of coin.

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Halting a threat by the Redmen, Jerry Tolley intercepts a pass and heads downfield.

ECC scores to close the gap, 13-12. The following two- point conversion won the game.

Redmen 14-13 in Bowl Triumph.

Refusing to fold after a frustrating first half, a stub- born East Carolina team came from behind in the second half to defeat a powerful Massachusetts eleven 14-13 in the Tangerine Bowl in Orlando, Florida.

Three fumbles and a pass interception hindered the Bucs in the first half while Jerry Whelchel directed his team to a 7-0 half time lead. The score came on a 12-yard pass to Redman end. Whelchel converted.

In the third quarter, the Redmen added to their lead as Whelchel again teamed with Palm for 61 yards and six points. This time Whelcel missed the point after.

The Pirates started moving only minutes later. Jar- ring blocks and hard running moved ECC to the Massa- chusetts 2-yard line. Dave Alexander took it in from there, but the two-point conversion was missed.

Neiher team could move the ball well until the fourth period when Bill Cline connected with end Whitty Bass for 68 yards to the Redmen 23. Four plays later, Cline passed to Pete Crane for the two-pointer and the game.

The strength of the Pirate defense is shown as U-Mass is pushed deep in its own territory.

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Clarence Stasavich

With great pride the victorious Pirates bring back this re- minder of their accomplishment.

PIRATES RETURN

1,200 cheering East Carolina enthusiasts as- sembled at the Greenville Airport to welcome home the triumphant Pirates. Banners, signs, and flags spotted the group. As each team member emerged from the plane, he was beseiged by hand- shakes and well-wishes of the crowd. This was a fitting tribute to the coaches and team who had done their utmost to produce a winning season.

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Named Coach of the Year.

Given the highest honor awarded by the National Collegiate Athletic Association, Clarence Stasavich was named college division Coach-of-the-Year for 1964. "Stas" became head football coach at East Caro- lina early in 1962, and in July 1963, he was named athletic director. Winning two consecutive bowl vic- tories, his teams have compiled a three season record of 24-6-0. He came to East Carolina from Lenoir Rhyne with a composite record of 120-36-7, includ- ing five undefeated seasons and the National Small College Championship in I960. Other honors merited by Coach Stasavich are the NAIA Coach-of-the-Year awarded in 1959 and his election to the Helms Ath- letic Foundation Hall of Fame in I960.

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First Row: Todd Hicks, Neal Hughes, Renny Glaze, Sonny Abernathy, Bill Prince, Kevin Moran, Tim Hefner, Willie Martin, Tommy Pugh, and Bill Reagan. Second Row: Jim Collins, Dennis McClenny, Dennis Barber, Joe Testo, Paul Schurr, John Schwartz, Jim Syner, Jimmy Shuffler, Bob Koehler, Dave Hill, and Badger Johnson. Third Ron: Jack Vangworthm, Richard Klutz, Bob Farris, Al Glass, Ken Branner, Vince Badalamenti, Greg Flecher, L. B.

Clayton, Steve Hudson, and George Morehead. Fourth Row: Richard Edwards, Dickie Patton, Gray Medinger, Scotty Lockany, Steve Alagion, Joe Mancuso, Ashley Smith, Nelson, Gravatt, Robert Phipps, and Austol Younans. Fifth Row: Richard Honeycutt, Paul Hutchins, Jerry Paul, Tom Grant, Jerry Williamson, and Marion Kirby.

Freshman Griders Prepare for

Baby Buc defenders ready themselves to halt Frederick offense.

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Urgent instructions are sent into the game via John Schwartz during a tense moment.

East Carolina's Freshman football team rolled to a 3-2 season under the direction of Coach Henry Vansant. The Baby Bucs lost to Chowan College and North Caro- lina State, while overcoming Fredrick, Newport News, and the University of Rich- mond.

Marked by a speedy backfield and a hard-charging line, the Pirates, racked up 93 points in five contests while holding their opponents to 54.

The Buc's offensive attack was led by elusive tailback Neil Hughes and 230 pound tackle Kevin Moran. Cited for outstanding defensive performances were sev- eral players, among whom were linebacker Johnny Swartz, guard Paul Hutchins, and corner back Austol Youmans.

Coach Vansant feels that he has several players who will be able to help fill the deficit to be left on the varsity by the graduation of 13 lettermen.

Varsity Challenges.

Hughes scampers around end on a touchdown jaunt.

Team captains Kevin Moran and Bill Prince.

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Henry Vansant, freshman coach, discuss team performance with assistant Maurice Allen.

East Carolina's

Freshman tailback Neil hughes takes a break to ponder over strategy.

Baby Bucs collect another talley against the Baby Spiders from the University of Richmond.

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Opposing back stopped for no gain by hard-charging Pirates.

Baby Bucs Post 3-2 Record.

Responding to game action, Bill Prince shouts encouragement to his team.

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Pirate's Winning

Front: Bill Hand, Gigi Guice, Mary Conn, Linda Killian, (Chief), Lisa Green, Para Dalton, Dedet Foster, Chandler Nelms. Back: Steward Siegel, Bob Washko, Scotty Scott, Butch Bennett, Jim Cromatie.

What is a cheerleader? The average spectator may see a cheerleader as the swish of a purple and gold pom-pon, or the flash of white trousers over a purple sweater as one of the boys does a cartwheel between plays, or a loud hoarse voice growing louder and hoarser with each succeed- ing yell. All this is true, but there is more. The cheerleading squad is a group of men and women whose job it is to instill school spirit at pep rallies, bonfires, and games. They must re- main through victory or defeat, through rain and cold to urge their team to do its best no mat- ter what the situation. They share both the pride in winning and the sorrow in losing, and they can smile when the team needs it the most.

Bill Hand solicits Pirate support as he leads a rousing cheer.






Spirit Sparked by Cheerleaders.

Freshman Cheerleaders: Linda Evans, Ann Powell, Jackie Koon, Brenda Bullock, (Chief), Caroline Riddle, Stephany Tisdale, and Jan Hitchcock.

Jump high for the Pirates.

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Kneeling: Billy Upton, Danny Pasquarielle, Gerald Smith, Bobby Kinnard, Mike Baker, and Jerry Woodside. Standing: Grady Williamson, Billy Brogden, Ron Hignite, Charlie Lame, Larry Phillips, Butch Ricks, and Billy Duckett.

Improvement Seen on

Coach Carr beams after a Buc victory.






Pirate captains: Billy Brogden, Grady Williamson, Bobby Kinnard, and Jerry Woodside.

Pirate Court.

All eyes are directed at the court as the Pirates ease a tense situation.

Five Regulars Return.

With five regulars returning from last year, the Pirates have an experienced team which promises trouble for almost any opponent. Captains Billy Brogden, Bobby Kinard, Grady Williamson, and Jerry Woodside return with Larry Phillips to round out the starting five. Adequate help is offered by sophomores Danny Pasquarielle and Gerald Smith.

Coached by Wendell Carr, the Bucs face a trying schedule this year, facing teams such as High Point, Richmond, Davidson, William and Mary, and VPI. Over the Christmas holidays, ECC participated in the Lenoir Rhyne Holiday Tournament in Hickory, North Carolina. Losing to Chattanooga in the first round 83-73, the Pirates went into the consolation round against Berea College and won 89-69.

Owing to experience and better all round en- thusiasm, the Bucs are expected to show quite an im- provement over last year's 9-15 record.

Buc Bobby Kinnard stretches for a Lenoir Rhyne rebound.






Kneeling: Charlie Alford, Linsey Bowen, Jimmy Cox, Eddie Kwasnick, Tex Everett, Fred Campbell, and Ken Peterson. Standing: Paul Theil, Rob- ert Hoyle, Jim Rollins, Ted Whitely, .Sam Lilly, Rick Teeling, and Chuck Taylor.

Quick and accurate, the East Carolina freshman bas- ketball squad is a constant threat to opposing teams. Be- cause of a lack of height, the Baby Bucs are not as strong off the boards as might be desired, but a spectator can always expect to see a hard-fought game when they take the court.

Coach Harold Ellen has done a commendable job in training his freshman Pirates. He has helped develop good shooters who should be a big asset to the varsity next /ear.

Fred Campbell gets by a Davidson defender and goes in for a lay-up.

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Freshmen Show Speed, Agility.

After grabbing a rebound, Tex Everett launches another shot.

Freshman captains: Fred Campbell, Jimmy Cox, and Tex Everett.

At times it hurts to be aggressive.

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Bucs Squeeze by Bears 59-58.

Pirates discuss final plans before Lenoir Rhyne game.

Surrounded by LR Defenders Kinnard hauls down a loose

Cheerleaders stir up support during a time out.

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Lenoir Rhyne - Squeaker for Bucs.

A last-second basket by Billy Brogden pulled the Pirates from behind and capped a 59-58 victory over the Bears of Lenoir Rhyne College.

The visiting Bears led throughout the game until the closing minutes. However, a five-point Pirate surge, led by Billy Brogden and Larry Phillips, pushed the Bucs ahead as the final seconds elapsed.

In the first half, the Pirates were held to 24 points while LR collected 32. The second half was marked with a 3-5 point Bear lead throughout, until the Bucs made their last-minute comeback.

Bobby Kinard and Gerald Smith team up on a loose ball.

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Appreciative fans carry triumphant Pirates off the court after a sparkling performance.

Woodside Scores 22 Points.

Jerry Woodside scored 22 points in leading the Pirates to a 67-60 win over Elon College. Behind 34-32 at the end of the first half, the Bucs stormed back with seven straight points as the second half opened to take the lead for good.

A close press in the second half held Elon to 26 points while the Bucs col- lected 35. At one time Elon cut the Pirate lead to two points, but Wood- side scored two quick baskets to extend the lead again.

Pirates Dunk Christians 67-60.

Hooking over the head of an Elon defender, Gerald Smith collects two points for the Pirates.

Opposing Elon guard is a little too late to stop Grady Williamson's drive.

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Arkansas State center outreaches Bob Kinard to control the opening tip-off.

Grady Williamson takes aim at the free throw line.

There is more than one way to survey the opponent's defense.

Indians Bow to Bucs.

Led by Jerry Woodside, the Pirate cagers posted a 24 point spurt in nine minutes to down the Indians of Arkansas State 84-68.

Action in the first half produced a give-and-take battle which re- sulted in a 33-32 Buc lead at intermission. The lead changed hands twelve times before the half ended, forecasting a cliff-hanging second stanza.

Woodside sparked the Pirate's attack in the final half, scoring their first 11 points. However, the visitors were not to be outdone, and fought with the Bucs to a 58-58 tie with nine minutes remaining in the game.

From this point, the Pirates broke loose on a 24 point surge while holding their opponents to 10.

Dave Markovich was the high scorer for the Indians while Wood- side led the Bucs. The Pirates hit a remarkable 58% from the floor and sank 22 of 28 free frows.

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Chuck Norwood now holds ECC's backstroke record and hopes to re- duce it again this year.

Paul Donahue exhibits the championship style which won him a NCAA medallion

No valid short cuts to success occur in swimming. Good swim- mers must possess two important things: increased strength and/ or improved mechanics and an increased expenditure of energy. The 1964 record of the swimming team proves that East Carolina swimmers have both of these important qualifications. The Pirates renew competition this season with North Carolina State College and the University of North Carolina. Buc swimmers already have Virginia Military Institute, Washington and Lee, and Old Domin- ion in the win column for this year. Coached by Dr. Ray Martinez (now in his tenth year of coaching at East Carolina) and assistant Coach Joel Shanabrough, the Pirate swimmers plan to surge ahead in the Southern Conference this season.

Swimming, 1964.

Expert breast stroke form is executed by Bob Bennett, who is one of the Bucs anchor men in relays and distance.

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East Carolina College Swimmers

Of the forty-one institutions competing at the first annual Col- lege Division Swimming and Diving Championships at Grove City, Pennsylvania, on March 19-21, 1964, East Carolina took sec- ond place in the national competition with a total score of 50 points. The Bucs ranked second only to Bucknell University which scored 83 points. East Carolina was represented by seven swim- mers, the smallest team in attendance. From the first gun the Pirates knew competition would be tough. The Pirate tankmen Chuck Norwood, Joel Shanabrough, Harry Sober, Larry Hewes, Bob Federici, and Paul Donohue gained winning points.

Joel Shanabrough won a first place gold medal in the 400-yard individual medley with a time of 4:45 minutes flat. His excellent time in this event qualified him for the University Division of the N.C.A.A. at Yale University. Paul Donohue qualified seventh place in the three meter diving. This event coupled with the 400- yard freestyle put East Carolina within reach of third or possibly second place. Knowing that the second place slot could well de- pend on him, the Bucs ner\'0usly watched Paul execute his dives with perfection. The 400-yard relay freestyle team had to hold its fifth place position in order to keep East Carolina in second place. Sober, Federici, Shanabrough, and Hewes held the fifth slot in the relay. The finish clinched the second place trophy and ended the meet.

Scoring high from the 3-meter board, Les Gerber proves once again why he is considered one of America's best College divers.

Bottom Row: Garry Miller, Mike Hamilton, Mike Dineen, and Dick Fogle. Second Row: Harry Sober, Bob Bennett, Chuck Norwood, Jim Marasco, Larry Hughes, Joel Shanabrough, (Assistant coach) and Coach Ray Martinez.

Third Row: Clement Templeton (Manager), Joel Crygen, Les Gerber, Pau Donohue, and Neil Sattenvhite.

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Place Second in Nation.

N.C.A.A. SUMMARY

HARRY SOBER

Second 50-yd. Freestyle

Fifth 400-yd. Freestyle Relay

JOEL SHANABROUGH

First 400-yd. Ind. Medley

Third 200-yd. Butterfly

Fifth 400-yd. Freestyle Relay

Fourth 100-yd. Butterfly

CHUCK NORWOOD

Fifth 200-yd. Backstroke

Second 400-yd. Medley Relay

Fifth 100-yd. Backstroke

LARRY HEWES

Sixth 50-yd. Freestyle

Second 400-yd. Medley Relay

Fifth 400-yd. Freestyle Relay

JIM MARASCO

Second 400-yd. Medley Relay

Sixth 200-yd. Breast Stroke

Fifth 100-yd Breast Stroke

BOB FEDERICI

Second 400-yd. Medley Relay

Fifth 200-yd. Butterfly

Fifth 400-yd. Freestyle Relay

Fourth 100-yd. Butterfly

Pirates accept placque for second place, college division in the NCAA Swimming finals, Participants are Harry Sober, Bob Federici, Larry Hewes, Coach Martinez, Paul Donohue, Jimmy Maros, Joe Shonabrough, and Chuck Norwood.

Freestyle champ, Harry Sober, leaves the block to take early lead against his VMI oppon-

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VARSITY - Kneeling: Jerry Williamson, Marshall Catoe, Neil Linker, Keith Douglas, and Guy Hagerty. Standing: Raymond Perry, Sammy Viverette, Leroy Cobb, and Bruce Bernside.

Guy Haggerty is evaluating his opponent to try for a pin.

Pirate Grapplers

East Carolina's wrestling team has had six matches thus far this season, as the BUCCANEER goes to press. In the win column are Richmond Professional Institute, Pembroke College, and Duke University. The Pirates lost to Pfeiffer College, the Cita- del, and the University of West Virginia.

In the Citadel match, Neil Linker sparked the Bucs to a near win in their closest match of the season. Against West Virginia, Neil Linker and Keith Douglas scored valuable points, but the Pirates again fell short.

Remaining on the schedule for Coach Gant's matmen are Saint Andrews Col- lege, Pembroke College, and Virginia Mili- tary Institute.

Coach Bob Gant gives Ken Duty and Howie Metsgar some helpful hints regarding their opponents weak spots.

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Neil Linker cautiously approaches his E.M.I. foe.

Post Even 3-3 Record.

Keith Douglas holds his op- ponent helpless just before completing the pin to win the match.

FRESHMEN - Kneeling: Howard Metzgar, Ken Duty, Eddie Neal, and Fred Bates. Standing: Steve Skinner, Ronnie Glaze, John Shepard, and Robert Phipps.

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Intramurals

Coeds prefer volleyball. Enthusiasm is high when they take the court.

Spring weather brings out balls and bats.

and Recreation.

Organized on the principles of sportsmanship, relaxation, and entertainment, the intramural pro- gram at East Carolina College offers a wide variety of activities in which all students may participate. The objectives of the program are to offer each stu- dent an opportunity to compete, as a member of a team, in almost any sport which he enjoys. Among the activities offered are touch football, basketball, volleyball, table tennis, and swimming.

From participation in such activities, a student learns such traits as cooperation, leadership, and responsibility, while he further develops his interest in a particular sport. The competing teams are or- ganized in three categories, The fraternities and sororities compose one divisJon. The second divi- sion is organized by dormitories, and the third is made up of independent teams, which draw members from the entire student body.

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Offer Competition p

Copmetition is keen in touch football.

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Pirate Runners

Balance of power, necessary for any degree of suc- cess, was not evident this year as the Bug track team finished with a 1-4 season record. The Pirate's lone win was over Elon College, while they lost to North Carolina State, Citadel, Old Dominion, and the University of Richmond.

The Major weakness of the club was their inability to collect points in more than two or three events. Whitty Bass, who broke two school records, paced the Bucs in capturing the 440yd. and the 880yd. events, however, the team could not muster enough points in other categories to attain a high total score.

Freshman pole vaulter John Sasser lifts off the track and arches toward the bar.

Finishing well ahead of Tom Scott and Elon's Bill Johnson, Witty Bass brings home a victory in the 100-yard dash.

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Kneeling: Henry Staples, Woody Hall, Jeff Gelman, Gerald Allen, John Sasser, James Moss, and Bob Rynerson. Standing: Coach Henry Vansant, Warren Beck, Mike Larson, Roosevelt Robinson, Henry Stevens, Theodore Slezak, Earl Mullins, and Al Bishop

Meet Opposition on New Track.

Sprinting on the warm-up track, John Stay limbers up before a meet.

Coach Henry Vansant, Whitty Bass, and Coach Odel Welborn.

School Records Set.

Senior sprinter Whitty Bass not only led the Buc cindermen in scoring this year, but he also set two school records and attained national recognition in NCAA competition.

Bass set new school marks by running the 440 in 47.9 seconds and the 880 in one minute and 57 seconds. Following the regular season he went to Fresno California where he finished 7th in a field of 28 in the 880 in the NCAA national championships.

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Cindermen Post 1-4 Record.

Bob Rynearson releases after clearing the cross bar.

"On your mark ..." a familiar chant is heard repeat- edly in field practice.

Gerald Allen starts to roll after clearing the top of the bar.

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Kneeling: Jim Hoover, Mike Sineurer, Bob Lecour, Earl Jackson, Jerry Tolley, Hagerty and Mike McShane. Standing: Coach Odell Welborn, Dave

Bumgardner, Buddy Price, Tom Crecker, Bernie MacWaters, Haywood Davis, John Stay, Bill McPhaul, Joe Talon, Richard Belmer, and Whitty Bass.

With hand tucked, Buddy Price clears the high-jump bar.

Muscles tensed, Tommy Crooker sets to heave the shot.

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Young Team Pulls Through

Kneeling: Ken Regelman, Dan Simmons. Standing: Ron Hignite, Lynn Phillips, Kelly Wells, Bane Shaw and Frank Cooke.

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for E.C.C.

Bucs Take Championship.

Gerald Martello, with an abundant supply of freshman talent to work with, coached his netters to a 10-8 season and the National Collegiate Athletic Association District "A" Regional Championship. Ray Stallings, sin- gles winner, teamed with Bane Shaw to take the runner-up position in the doubles con- test. With four of the six starters freshmen, the Bucs won their first match, lost eight, then took the following nine matches.

Included in the Bugs win column were impressive victories against such avid op- ponents as North Carolina State College, William and Mary College, University of Richmond, Old Dominion College, and Atlantic Christian College. This season the Bucs will be under the able coaching of Harold Bullard, and a considerably tougher schedule is anticipated as a result of East Carolina's admission into the Southern Con- ference.

With Ron Hignite backing him up, Frank Cooke stretches for a hot one.

Arching high, Bane Shaw fires a serve into the opposing court.

Kelly Wells and three teammates watch as Lynn Phillips returns a serve.

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Garry Mull, Billy Brogden, Ray Ziest, Fred Forberson, Phil Somers, and Roy Hyle.

Coach John Colgate

Pirate Golfers Place Second

During his first year at East Carolina College, Coach John Colgate piloted the Pirate golfers to a 6-4-2 season. Led by Billy Brogden, Charles Rose, and Frank Starling, the Pirates placed second in the Atlantic Coast Conference Invitational Tournament.

in A.C.C. Tourney.

Chappy Bradner is a senior linkman.

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East Carolina Adds Another Sport.

Anticipating the formation of a rowing team, East Carolina College received two 62-foot racing shells from Brown University. Two more shells are sched- uled to arrive soon from Harvard University. Com- posed of nine men including the coxswain, the row- ing team will practice in Pamlico Sound at Washing- ton, N.C. It is hoped that interest will be adequate to continue the building of the team and the addi- tion of another sport to the growing list in the athletic program.

As a sport, rowing carries with it a unique tradi- tion. Any school wishing to form a rowing team does not purchase their first shells. These are given to the school by a school which has a crew. The recipient school, in turn, passes the shells on to other schools after their team is established and they have purchased their own equipment.

Awkward looking on land, the sleek racing shell will ride high in the water.

Al Herns examines a shell as he helps remove it from the truck.

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Coach Earl Smith, who has led the Pirates to two outstanding seasons in two years as head coach, studies play from the bench.

Baseball, 1964

Competing for the first time for a berth in the NCAA District 4 post-season playoffs in Gastonia, North Carolina, the East Carolina College baseball team had to contend with such teams as New York University, William and Mary, North Carolina State, Wake Forest, and Duke University. Proving themselves quite able, the. Pirates rolled over op- position to the tune of 17-5 for the season and were selected as the at-large entry in the playoffs. Included in the win column were wins over all three of the Atlantic Coast Con- ference foes faced by the Pirates.

E.C.C. Pirates Sparkle

Sealed: J. Rayner, C. Connors, B. Kaylor, C. Barnes, R. Hedgecock, B. Bovender, F. Rodrigues, P. Hunter, and C. Dadonna, Suwding: T. Biggs, P.

Britton, V. Sykes, M, Smith, O. Jarvis, T, Norm.in, D. Hudson, P. Barnes and G. Domanski.

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Pete Hunter begins delivery of his fast ball.

on Diamond.

An opposing runner is held on base by first sacker, Roger Hedgecock.

Leaning into a fast ball, Brazel Moore, Pirate catcher, connects for a base hit.

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Carolina player makes it safely to base as Roger Hedgecock waits in vain for the ball.

This is a pitcher's eye-view of hot-batting Carlton Barnes.

Pirates Score

The umpire is right on the play as Bovender is out by inches.

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Carlton Barnes slides into second after hitting a line double to right field.

17-5 for Season.

Scoring on a teammate's hit, Kaylor is met by Barnes at the plate.

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East Carolina Places Third

In a race for the bag, the Carolina pitcher ed^es Bovtnder by a split second.

Just half a stride loo late, Kaylor tries in vain to beat out a grounder to short.

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in N.C.A.A. District 4 Playoffs

After losing their first game of the NCAA Dis- trict 4 playoffs to the Tar Heels 8-0, the Pirates took on Southern Conference foe, West Virginia. Going into the ninth inning trailing by three runs, the ECC nine put on a thrilling finish to nip the Moun- taineers 6-5. With this victory, the Bucs advanced to the semi-finals for a second game against the University of North Carolina. Again the Tar Heels proved too strong and walked away with a 13-2 victory. The Bucs took third spot in the series.

Bobby Kaylor bunts to sacrifice a teammate down to second.

Before delivering the next pitch, Pete Barnes checks his signal and concentrates on his target.

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ACADEMICS

DEPARTMENTS 152

GRADUATES 189

SENIORS 191

JUNIORS 251

SOPHOMORES 281

FRESHMEN 309











Cadets fill out air science questionnaires concerning their future military obligations.

Major Kenneth L. Kuhlmann lectures to future United States Air Force Officers.

AFROTC Incorporates Service

In 1948 the Board of Trustees of East Carolina entered into an agreement with the Department of the Air Force of the United States to establish and maintain an Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps. As an integral academic subdivision of the college, this department has grown to four Air Force officers, three Non- commissioned officers, and over three hundred cadets. Its purpose is to select and train qualified students for careers in the United States Air Force.

The cadets are organized into a Cadet Group with four Squadrons and fourteen flights. The regular yearly schedule includes projects and social functions including a "Dining-In," a Spring Military Ball, a Marchathon for the March of Dimes, participation in parades, and numerous service projects.

Another exciting phase of training for those cadets who qualify is the Flight Instruction Program. This program provides sufficient flight and ground school training to enable the cadet to obtain a private pilot's license.

Upon completion of the AFROTC program and graduation, the cadet is commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the United States Air Force and subsequently called to active duty.

To insure the proper fit, uniforms must be measured carefully.

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T/Sgt. William A. Harrison Lt. Col. Elbert L. Kidd T/Sgt. Ervin E. Koon

Major Kenneth L. Kuhlmann Major Donald G. Simpson Captain Carl E. Tadlock

S/Sgt. Grover M. Thomas

Projects With Military Training,

John W. McClenny, Richard Roberson, Donald R. Joyner, and David W. McLaw- horn have been designated Distingushed AFROTC Cadets. Requirements for this honor are: demonstrated outstanding leader- ship abilities in AFROTC and other campus activities, high moral character, outstanding rating at the four week summer training camp, be in the top 20 per cent of air science classes, and be in the top half of his academic major field and graduating class.

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Mr. Wesley V. Crawley

Mr. Donald L. Durland

Mr. Robert S. Edmiston

Dr. Emily E. Farnham

Mrs. Marilyn F. M. Gordley

Mr. Tran Gordley

Dr. Hellington B. Gray, Dean

Mr. William H. Holley

Dr. Leon Jacobson

Mrs. Nanie Jacobson

Mr. John C. Merritt

Mr. Thomas E. Mims

Mr. Paul R. Minnis

Mr. Francis Lee Neel

Miss BeKy E. Petteway

Mr. Donald Sexauer

Mr. Francis Speight Artist in Residence

School of Art

Much thought and preparation precedes the actual printing of a woodcut.

Marilyn Miller takes every safety precaution as she welds brass rods.

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A pleasant expression indicates the satisfaction which this student receives from art.

Faculty Exhibits in Virginia.

Dr. Wellington B. Gray serves as dean of the largest collegiate art school in the South. The faculty of twenty includes three teaching fellows and an artist-in-residence.

The six fields of study are painting, sculpture, ceramics, graphic arts, commercial art, and interior design. This year the School of Art will be evaluated for the National Association of Schools of Art.

Two group shows were given by the faculty this year at Virginia Beach and Richmond, Virginia. Student exhibits have won not only local but national acclaim.

The student chapter of the National Society of Interior Designers on the campus is only one of the groups of interest to art students. It is one of the largest student chapters in the country. In September, 1965, the School of Art will offer a major in product design.

Drawing from a model helps the stu- dents to learn about form emphasized by light and shadow.

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Mr. James H. Beardendoing this Masters thing

Mr. Don R. Bortwickdoing this Masters thing

Miss Dorothy Brandon

Dr. E. R. Browning, Dean

Mr. Norman H. Cameron

Mr. Herman D. Colvin

Dr. Albert R. Conley

Miss Frances Daniels

Miss Ouida C. Debter

Dr. Audrey V. Dempsey

Mrs. Thadys J. Dewar

Dr. W. H. Durham, Jr.

Miss Ruby E. Edens

Mr. Alton V. Finch

Mr. Joseph H. Hanchrow

Dr. Alice M. Harrison

Mrs. Carol A. Hart

Mr. William S. Hart

Future business leaders find that mastering the operation of rotary calculators enables them to

Assistant Dean Dr. Paul Hendershot is the newest addition to the School of Business.

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IBM punch card operation and programming using the 1620 IBM computer are two new courses added to the curriculum of the School of Business. Each of these courses offers business students an oppor- tunity to learn to operate complex machines.

Dr. Elmer Browning heads a staff of forty-one instructors, which includes two lawyers and four Certified Public Accountants. Dr. Paul Hendershot became the new assistant dean this year.

Degrees available to the 1,426 students are Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees. Business majors with a "B" average are eligible for membership in Pi Omega Pi, the national honorary business fraternity. Three professional organizations are also open to business majors.

In this accounting class, Mr. Myers discusses techniques in solving prob- lems.

School of Business Expands Program.

Dr. Paul T. Hendershot

Mr. Samuel Thomas Hill

Mr. W. W. Howell

Mr. Kenneth C. James

Dr. Ray L. Jones

Mrs. Ruth B. Jones

Dr. Tora M. Larsen

Mr. Gorman W. Ledbetter

Dr. Joseph A. Lerro

Miss Velma W. Lowe

Mrs. Lucille K. Lundy

Mr. Jesse L. McDaniels

Dr. Harold M. McGrath

Mrs. Mildred T. McGrath

Mr. Bob Myers

Miss Gwendolyn Potter

Dr. Donald C. Rooke

Miss Margery S. Sparks

Mr. Robert H. West

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Dr. Frank Arwood

Dr. James William Batten

Dr. Thomas A. Chambless

Dr. Amos C. Clark

Dr. Joseph W. Congleton

Mrs. Elsie S. Eagan

Dr. Frank G. Fuller

Dr. Keith D. Holmes

Dr. Douglas R. Jones, Dean

Dr. William B. Martin

Dr. Ruth Modlin

Dr. Mary Lois Statgn

Mr. Robert Weinberg

School of Education Offers

Dr. Spears demonstrates the procedure for operating a movie projector which is often used for a teaching aid.

East Carolina College offers both elementary and secondary teacher education programs. Dr. Douglas Jones heads the Edu- cation Department. On the graduate level, the Master of Arts in Education degree is offered in the fields of school administra- tion, guidance, supervision, and library science. The degrees of Bachelor of Science, Master of Arts, and Master of Arts in Education are offered. This year a degree in Mental Retarda- tion has been added to the School of Education.

Student organizations i

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nclude Student National Education As- sociation, Association for Childhood Education, Tau Sigma, Phi Sigma Pi, and Kappa Delta Pi.






Dr. Frank Arwood discusses the hierarchy of secondary education.

Education majors are made aware of the responsibilities confronting them.

New Degree.

Understanding the play habits of these youngsters in kindergarten is essential for this young student-teacher.

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Dr. Francis R. Adams

Mr. Warren B. Bezanson

Mrs. Marie B. Browning

Dr. Richard L. Capwell

Dr. John Dale Ebbs

Mrs. Nell C. Everett

Miss Jo Ann Fralick

Dr. William H. Grate

Miss Mary H. Greene

Miss Lois Grigsby

Mr. William Morice Hagen

Mrs. Antoinette S. Jenkins

Dr. Rachel H. Kilpatrick

Mr. Sanford L. Peele

English Department Initiates

Heads are turned toward a student who poses a question during an English class.

Being initiated in the Department of English this year are two new honor programs. Dr. Howard German, in co-operation with Dr. John Kozy of the Philosophy Department, sponsored, during the fall quarter, an honors seminar for highly capable freshmen. Note books were read and discussed in the seminar.

Linguistics, medieval literature, Victorian literature, and con- temporary literature are several subjects studied by students participating in the other program, the senior honors program. This program is open to all senior English majors with a 2.0 average in English work and with thirty quarter hours of Eng- lish courses.

This department is headed by Dr. Meredith Posey. The 358 students are instructed by the forty members of the Department of English.

Open to all English majors and minors with an over-all "C" average and a "B" average in all English work is the professional English fraternity, Sigma Tau Delta.

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Judy Bulluck checks the periodical file to find the magazine needed.

Honors Seminar.

English students find that many hours are spent in research.

Miss Ann Pinion

Dr. James E. Poindexter

Mrs. Mary R. Poindexter

Dr. Meredith Posey, Director

Mr. Edwin Page Shaw

Dr. Martha Lois Smith

Dr. Frederick Sorensen

Mrs. Mary Sorensen

Dr. Elizabeth Utterback

Mr. William T. Uzzle, Jr.

Mr, Vernon A. Ward, Jr.

Dr. Katherine W. White

Mrs. Patricia R. Willis

Dr. Frances R. Winkler

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Students pause for a conference during language study.

Foreign Language

Modern laboratories facilitate the study of foreign languages.

The study of a foreign language involves learning the location and customs of a country.

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speaking ability as well as writing ability is emphasized by the Foreign Language Depart- ment. To aid them in this challenge, a modern laboratory is available to all language students. To measure the students' progress, several courses require oral and laboratory tests.

Increased enrollment has required the ad- dition of three part-time teachers to the staff of fifteen teachers headed by Mr. James Flem- ing. Several of the instructors teach their na- tive languages; eight are multilingual.

Foreign languages offered are French, Span- ish, and German; Russian is taught as an exten- sion course. Degrees offered to majors are Bach- elor of Science and Bachelor of Arts.

This student has discovered that listening is a vital part of the study of a foreign language.

Department Increases Enrollment.

Miss Emilie T. Cannon

Dr. Edna Coll

Miss Julia E. Escalona

Miss Manolita Fernandez

Mr. James Fleming, Director

Mrs. Joelle B. P. Catling

Dr. Robert R. Morrison

Dr. Alfred Murad

Dr. Mary Pasonal

Mrs. Marguerite A. Perry

Mr. Raquel Tano

Dr. Henry Wanderman

Mrs. Relly Wanderman

Mr. Holmes Wilhelm

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Department of

Dr. Dale E. Case

Dr. Robert E. Cramer, Director

Mr. J. B. Cummings

This year the Geography Department has initiated a research series requiring a master thesis. The North Carohna Geographical Society was founded for teachers affiliated with the National Council for Geographical Education. The department has a visiting professor, Dr. Makoto Hara from the University of Tokyo. Also help- ing to give the students a taste of the foreign lands they study are the travel study tours each summer; nine credit hours are given to those who enroll.

One hundred and ten majors plus twelve graduate students make up the Geography Department which offers Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts, and Master of Education degrees. In preparation for the addition of a minor in geology to be added to its curriculum next year, the department is in the process of changing its name to Geography and Geology De- partment.

Students explore cartographical aspects of the geography program.

Mr. Jim Dunigan surveys parallel map materials for his class.

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Geography Sponsors Study Tours.

Dr. C. James Dunigan

Dr. Makota Hara

Dr. Jean Lowry

Dr. George C. Martin

Globes give students tne best representation of the earth in its true form.

Dr. Andrew D. Perejoa

Mr. Philip Shea

Dr. H. Daniel Stillwell

The living conditions of Cuba are covered in economic geography.

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This conglomeration of circles and lines means little to the outsider, but Coach Stasavich proves his point to the football players.

Athletic Director Wins

With Dr. Nephi M. Jorgenson as chairman, the Department of Health and Physical Edu- cation offers a wide choice of classes covering the various areas related to physical development. From the basic courses to the most advanced and complex, classes meet the needs of the col- lege's varied student interests.

In addition to its classes, the department encourages and actively sponsors intramural sports of all types. The ultimate goal is to involve each student in athletic participation of some sort.

Requirements for majors include courses ranging from social dancing to the intricacies of anatomy. After earning their A.B., majors may go on to an M.A. or, if they prefer, an M.Ed, in Physical Education.

Summer workshops draw high school and college coaches and students from this and neighboring states and bring publicity and recognition to the department and college.

Modern facilities are constantly being added. The construction of a new gymnasium will add markedly to the ever-growing potential of the Health and Physical Education De- partment.

Mr. James B. Berryhill

Mrs. Gay Hogan Blocker

Mr. Robert Lee Boone

Mr. Harold Bullard

Mr. Wendell L. Carr

Mr. Harold T. Ellen

Mr. Robert B. Gantt

Dr. Nephi M. Jorgensen, Director

Dr. Thomas J. Martin

Dr. Ray H. Martinez

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Miss Mavis Mitchell

Mr. Tom L. Paul

Dr. Glen P. Reeder

Mr. Norman Earl Smith

Miss Nell Stallings

Mr. Clarence Stasavich

Mr. Ralph H. Steele

Mr. Henry C. Vansant

Mr. Odeel L. Welborne

National Award.

"Glo" Elias leads a group of physical education majors in activity for a methods course.

Dr. Jorgenson seems a bit dismayed as he pauses for a moment during classroom lecture

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Mrs. Elaine Paul uses maps as teaching guides.

Study of current events may be related to various historical events.

History Department Publishes

All historical facts are not discussed in class, and outside research is required.

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With approximately five hundred and fifty majors, the History Department has expanded since last year when it became a separate department. This year for the first time an outstanding senior student was awarded a scholarship under the honors program started last year. The department began publishing East Carolina Publications in History this year. The annual publication consists of essays written by mem- bers of the department.

Dr. Charles Price is directing a collection of manuscripts which will be used for historical purposes and reference work. This collection is intended to help graduate students.

The history department offers an expanding curriculum with courses in Asian, Ancient, and Medieval History. Dr. Herbert Paschal is Chairman of the History Department.

Dr. John Ellen discusses the Revolutionary War with his history class.

Faculty's Essays.

Mr. Joseph S. Bachman

Mr. Walter T. Calhoun

Dr. Betty Congleton

Dr. John C. Ellen, Jr.

Dr. Alvin A. Fahrner

Dr. Paul Murray

Mrs. Elaine Mayo Paul

Dr. Richard C. Todd

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Peggy Kennedy resembles the typical homemaker in this food preparation class.

These home economics students learn to arrange a centerpiece.

Male Instructor Joins Home

Classes in nutrition help these girls learn to balance meals.






Miss Jo Ann Borthwick

Miss Patricia L. Benson

Mrs. Herman D. Colvin

Miss Mabel E. Dougherty

Mrs. Mabel Lacy Hall

Mrs. June Henton

Mr. Richard W. Henton

Miss Moselle Holberg

Miss Ruth Lambie

Dr. Miriam B. Moore, Director

Mrs. Ernestine N. Reeder

Mrs. Jannis B. Shea

Miss Alice Strawn

Economics Staff.

Concerned with all aspects of family life, the Home Economics Department is directed by Dr. Miriam Moore. East Carolina is one of the three colleges approved by the North Carolina State Department of Public Instruction for the teaching of future vocational instructors. As part of the Science Department, home economics was taught when the college opened in 1909. In 1937 it was made a department and in 1940 was given the responsibility of instructing vocational teachers.

Approximately 210 students are now majoring in home economics. Courses offered by the department include various phases of family life: family relations, nutrition, the construction and care of clothing, home furnishing and management. Majors may belong to the Home Economics Chapter of the American Home Economics Association. The honorary fraternity. Phi Omicron, is open to upperclassmen who have met the high standards of scholarship and leadership required for membership.

Miss Patricia Benson seems amused at student responses in the classroom.

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Drafting and designing are two of the basic skills which industrial arts majors are taught.

N.C.I. A.A. Appoints

Laboriously a student carefully shapes and adds his touch of crafts- manship to project.

Mr. Wilbert Ball

Dr. Kenneth L. Bing, Director

Dr. T. J. Haigwood

Mr. William R. Hoots, Jr.

Mr. Clarence M. Kelsey

Mr. Robert W. Leith

Mr. R. E. Scott

Mr. Paul E. Waldrop, Jr.

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Dr. Kenneth Bing is chairman of the Industrial Arts De- partment, which includes 150 students and nine teachers, of whom five have been given three-year committee assignments for the North Carolina Industrial Arts Associations. New courses in technical drawing, development of industry, and trade and job analysis have provided more extensive training for the students. Electronics experimental kits and a graphic arts printer have been acquired this year.

Open to all majors and minors is the Industrial Arts Club. Those eligible for membership in the national honorary fra- ternity, Epsilon Pi Tau, must have a "B" average or better. Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees are offered by the department.

Lathe work is mastered only by constant practice and diligent effor

Five to Head Committees.

Another phase of Industrial Arts training is electronics.

Mr. R. E. Scott demonstrates some fundamentals in pentry.

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Addition Acquired for

Mrs. Sara Storey Batten

Miss Emily S. Boyce

Mrs. Anne C. Cargile

Mrs. Marquerite Crdnshaw

Miss Vivian Crickmore

Mrs. A. B. Cubbedge

Mrs. Ruby E. Hassell

Mr. James Ashley Jarman

Mrs. Mary Williams takes a class on a tour of the library.

Student librarians are well-acquainted with this part of the library known as the stacks.

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Library Science.

Mr. Wendell Smiley serves as director of the Library Sci- ence Department which is in its second year as a separate department. At present thirty-five majors are working toward Bachelor of Arts or Master of Arts Degrees. The department plans to offer a course on non-book library materials. Some of the subjects covered in this course are films, slides, and records. Work is now underway on extensive library reno- vation which will increase both seating and volume capacity.. Sponsored by the Library Science Department, the Library Club is open to anyone interested in library work.

Mrs. Sallie E. Mann

Mrs. Phoebe Owens

Mr. Wendell W. Smiley

Dr. Mildred D. Southwick

The Reading Room provides a quiet area for research and study.

Mrs. Betsy Barden Tharrington

Miss Elizabeth Scott Walker

Mrs. Lily Rouse Weaver

Miss Vernie Bert Wilder

Mr. Lee G. Williams

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Mr. Oscar W. Brannan

Mr. Roger L. Creech

Mr. John W. Daniels

Mrs. Stella Daugherty

Mr. John B. Davis

Mrs. Mildred M. Derrick

Mrs. Farnces F. Dudley

Mrs. Nancy C. Dunigan

Mrs. Ellen C. Fleming

Mrs. Tennala A. Gross

New Director Heads Mathematics

Diligent study often accompanies the working of math problems.

Aside from the regular math classwork is the study of the operation of this computer.

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The operator of the 1620 computer rechecks the prepared punch cards.

Department.

Rapidly changing and extensively increasing its 3ursuits, the Mathematics Department has added lew requirements for those who wish to obtain a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, or Master of Arts Degree. At present this department consists Df 322 majors and twenty staff members including Dr. Tuiilio Pignani, director.

Departmental meetings sponsor lectures by repre- sentatives from the American Mathematical Asso- ciation, the American Statistical Association, and S.I. A.M. The Mathematics Club is an organization composed of students who want to further their in- terest in this science.

Serving as a backdrop for the 1620 computer, three business majors find it necessary to make use of mathematics department equipment in order to prepare for their future jobs in the :ial world.

Mr. Paul W. Haggard

Mr. F. Milam Johnson

Mrs. Virginia G. McGrath

Dr. Tullio J. Pignani, Director

Mr. James C. Pleasant

Dr. John O. Reynolds

Mr. Frank W. Saunders

Mr. Frank C. Townsend

Miss Louise L. Williams

Mr. Robert Woodside

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It takes many hours of practice to become proficient in playing the trombone.

With Mr. Earl Beach as head of a staff of thirty-one, the School of Music offers courses in every phase of music. With two hundred and twenty music majors, the School of Music is one of eight in the United States of- fered a grant by the Ford Foundation. A seminar June 8 through July 13, 1965, for the study of contemporar)' wind music will be sponsored by this grant. The seminar is open to graduate and undergraduate students. The Annual Contemporary Music Festival will have the American Arts Trio as main guests this year.

Degrees offered by the School of Music include Bach- elor of Arts, Bachelor of Music, Master of Music, and Master of Arts with a major in music. The Marching Pirates, the Concert Choir, and the Symphonic Band perform throughout the year.

Ford Foundation Awards Grant

Mr. Herbert L. Carter

Dr. Robert Carter

Miss Beatrice Chauncey

Miss Elizabeth Drake

Dr. Carl Hjortsvang

Mrs. Ingeborg Jarrett

Mr. E. Robert Irwin

Mr. Harold Jones

Mr. George W. Knight

Dr. Martin Mailman

Mr. Thomas W. Miller

Mr. Gene Narmour

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James H. Parnell

Mr. John T. Rehm

Mr. Barry M. Shank

Mrs. Ruth G. Shaw

Mr. Charles E. Stevens

Mr. Paul Gene Strassler

Mrs. Eleanor E. Toll

Mr. Paul Q. Topper

Mr. Donald Curtis Tracy

Mr. Ralph E. Verrastro

Mr. Dan E. Vornholt

Mrs. Gladys R. White

to School of Music.

Aside from hours of instrumental practice each day, music majors' schedules idude classroom study.

Concentrated study is the key to unfolding the intracacies of music.

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Miss Barbara F. Adams

Mrs. Ruth J. Broadhurst

Mrs. Louise C Bullock

Miss Jessie M. Carraway

Miss Janie M. Johnston

Mrs. Charlotte M. Martin

Mrs. Inez N. Martinez

Miss Edith Myers

Miss Evelyn L. Perry

Miss Joanne L. Suggs

Mrs. Bonnie Evans Waldrop

Mrs. Eva W. Warren

School of Nursing

Pam Odom listens intently as Miss Adams demonstrates the use of a needle.

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Every nurse must begin by learning the fundamental pro- cedures of splinting and bandaging.

Radiological training is an essential part of a nurse's curriculum.

Anticipates New Building.

East Carolina's School of Nursing has received accreditation by the Na- tional League of Nursing. In order to be eligible, the Nursing Department had to have graduated its first class. The application included a full description of the Nursing program and the areas of study offered. In September the department was visited by the Accreditation Committee. The Nursing Department has moved into a new office at 505 Eighth Street. Plans are being drawn for a new building for the School of Nurs- ing. Applications for government funds have already been made.

Winter quarter the sophomore nursing shidents obtain clinical ex- perience at Beaufort County Hospital. This experience is new for the department and for the college. The Nursing Department owns buses and a station wagon for transportation of its students to and from the Greenville Hospital.

Student nurses listen to lecture on the need of a proper amount of sleep. One student is really taking the topic seriously.

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Scholarships and internships amounting to $20,000 have been made available to the Department of Psychology this year. Students major- ing in clinical psychology are eligible for scholarship awards. Intern- ships will be taken at Broughton Hospital, a state mental institution, and at Western Carolina Center for Retarded Children. Both are located in Morganton, North Carolina.

Available to psychology majors are the Bachelor of Arts degree and three Masters of Arts degrees: general-theoretical, clinical and school psychology. All psychology majors and minors are encouraged to participate in the Psychology Club. With an enrollment of 300 under- graduates and twenty-six graduates, the department is directed by Dr. Clinton Prewett assisted by fifteen instructors.

Dr. Clinton Prewett discusses fellowship possibilities with a staff member.

Psychology Department Offers

This student is interested in the kymograph which records different reactions.

The galvonometer measures the presence of an electric current.

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Dr. Benjamin H. Allen

Dr. Ruby Bliss

Mr. Wilbur Allen Castellew

Dr. John R. Clarke

Mr. Calvert R. Dixon

Dr. Thomas E. Long

Dr. Julia D. Marshall

Dr. C. T. Martoccia

Miss Nannette McLain

Dr. Clinton R. Prewett, Director

Scholarships

Miss Hazel F. Stapleton

Dr. Richard H. Williams

Dr. Donald W. Zimmerman

Dr. Benjamin Allen appears a little "suspended" as he awaits an answer from le of his pupils.

Deanna Marichal demonstrates the use of a polygraph or lie detector.

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Two coeds formulate chemical analysis and make precise notations of their findings.

Biology students study the characteristics of unicellular organisms.

Laboratory Equipment

Dr. Donald E. Bailey

Dr. Austin D. Bond

Mr. Joseph G. Boyette

Dr. J. William Byrd

Miss H. Frances Cozart

Dr. Graham J. Davis

Mr. J. O. Derrick

Dr. Frank W. Eller

Dr. Grover W. Everett

Mrs. Lucille B. Garmon

Dr. Mary C. Helms

Dr. R. M. Helms

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Dr. Donald B. Jeffreys

Dr. Clifford B. Knight

Dr. Joseph N. LeConte

Dr. Floyd E. Mattheis

Mr. James D. Nicholson

Mr. Charles W. O'Rear, Jr.

Mr. Floyd M. Read, Jr.

Dr. Charles W. Reynolds

Dr. Tom Sayetta

Mr. Moses M. Sheppard

Dr. Everett C. Simpson

Facilitated by N.S.F. Grant.

Observant students explore the physical construction and mechanism of intricate and diversified apparatus.

Directed by Dr. Charles W. Reynolds, the Division of Science is expanding in each of its departments. Expansion of the Physics Department has been aided by the addition of two specialists - one in theoretical physics and the other in experimental physics. The cur- riculum has been expanded, and a new physics building is in the plan- ning.

The Chemistry Department, which offers a liberal arts degree and a teaching degree, will soon offer a professional degree and, when the department is large enough, a graduate degree in chemistry. This department has received a National Science Foundation grant for equipment that helps to instruct interested students in advanced courses of photography and oceanography, teaches science methods courses, and directs student teaching in science.

The Science Education Department has acquired new microscopes and a telescope. The goals of this department are to offer a degree in science for those preparing to be scientists, to provide a graduate degree in general science and science for elementary school teachers, and to build a planetarium.

The Biology Department has developed marine biology, micro- biology, and radiation biology. All of the four departments have added new laboratories, equipment, instructors, and courses.

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Mr. Herbert R. Carlton

Dr. Faye Carroll

Dr. John M. Howell, Director

Political Science

Headed by a staff consisting mainly of doctorate professors, the East Carolina Political Science Department is a relatively new academic division on campus. Under the supervision of Dr. John M. Howell, this department strives to supply its stu- dents with an acute understanding of the functions and policies of governmental affairs.

Graduates of East Carolina's Political Science Department not only receive an A.B. or B.S. degree, but they also acquire a valid prerequisite for admission to an accredited School of Law. Dr. Howell and Dr. Faye Carroll are both awaiting publication of their books in the area of Political Science.

Mr. Darrell C. Wilson

Three Departments Look

An interesting sociology lecture receives the at- tention of these students.

Reading assignments require concentration on the subject matter.

Dr. George A. Douglas

Dr. William H. Gulley

Dr. R. R. Napp

Dr. Paul T. Toll

Dr. Blanche Watrows

Dr. Melvin J. Williams, Director

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Mr. Cleveland J. Bradner, Jr.

Dr. John Kozy, Jr., Director

Philosophy

East Carolina's Philosophy Department offers an un dergraduate major for pre-professional training in law, business, social administration, personnel work, social case work, and industrial relations. This year the expand ing department applied for a Charter Chapter of Ph Sigma Tau Honor Society. If the application is approved it will be the first charter in North Carolina. In order to apply for the Honor Society Charter, the Philosophy De- partment had to have a minimum of five honor students with nine hours of Philosophy and better than a average. The department had more than the necessary number of students to meet the requirements. Dr. John Kozy, Jr., head of the Philosophy Department, expects the charter to be granted.

Mr. Ernest Marshall from Ohio State University has been added to the Philosophy faculty. Next year the department will add another faculty member, and advanced courses in Philosophy will be offered for the first time. The weekly Philosophy Club sponsors a spring picnic for members.

Mr. Ernest C. Marshall

to the Future.

Sociology

Offering more graduate and undergraduate courses, the So- ciology Department has been restructured for expanding and strengthening of the sociological and anthropological foundations of the college program. The number of students has increased steadily with the addition of more courses. Majors in the depart- ment have tripled during the first year of the expansion program. Dr. Melvin J. Williams, the director, is conducting a research project on the values in Adolescent Society.

The department is creating new activities for the students in the Sociology field. The newly-formed SocioIo,gy Club is for sociology majors, minors, and other interested students. The So- ciology Department plans to establish a seminar for community research with academic credit given to the students participating.

Apparently lost in thought, this coed reviews her lesson before cla

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Choreographer Joins Drama Staff.

Mrs. Mavis Ray Booth

Mr. Edgar R. Loessin

Mr. Albert Pertalion

Mr. G. Douglas Ray

Mrs. Lena B. Reynolds

Miss Rosalind Roulston

Mr. W. George Schreiber

Mr. John A. Sneden, Jr.

Phenomenal success of the Summer Theater's pro- duction of My Fair Lady led to the return of the summer professionals for the Drama Department's production this fall. Carolyn Everett and Peter Bromi- low were as successful and well- received the second time as they were the first.

This year the Drama and Speech Department has added courses in dance, broadcasting, radio, and television. The main objective of the department is to offer professional training to actors, directors, and teachers. The degrees offered are Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Fine Arts.

The Summer Theatre is produced through the department. Plans are now under way for a winter professional company. Mr. Edgar R. Loessin serves as director of the Drama and Speech Department, which has a staff of twelve.

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Grad Students Number 420.

Supplying the students with texts and various other essentials, the college bookstore is an integral part of campus facilities.

GRADUATES

BATEMAN, WASHINGTON E. Business Belhaven

BRINN, JACK E. Biology Hertford

BROWN, JEAN C. English Greenville

CASTELLOE, MARY C. Mathematics Windsor

CROSS. JAMES L. Industrial Arts Hubert

CLARK, GWENDOLYN A. Education Greenville

CRAWFORD, NORWOOD F. Business Jacksonville

CUMMINGS, DELIA D. Psychology Cary

DAVIS, BASIL R., JR. Mathematics Winston-Salem

DAVIS, RONALL R. Business Randleman

DUDLEY, BONNIE M. Art Elizabeth City

FAUCETTE, JEFFERSON H. Guidance Greenville

HALL, ALMA B. English Greenville

HALL, MARTHA F. Business Berlin, Md.

HEERY, JOHN J. Business Gibbstown, N.J.

HOLLAND, CHARLES W. Science Charleston, S.C.

HUTTON, LAJON R. Mathematics Altus, Okla.

HYLE, ROY A. Biology Newport News, Va.

JOHNSTON, DANIEL W. Business Greenville

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JONES, LARRY T. Mathematics Lillington

KIRBY, MARION Physical Education Hickory

LITTLE, JAMES L. Business Clayton

LORBACHER, FRED Business Raleigh

LORD, C. DAVID History Charlotte

McGOWEN, ALEXANDER L. Education Wallace

PATRICK, GEORGE C, JR. Psychology New Bern

POOLE, ELEANOR R. History Wake Forest

GRADUATES

PULLEY, CHARLES O. Mathematics Kittrell

ROBERTS, JAMES M. History Spencer

ROSS, ELIZABETH Art Edenton

STANCIL, BROWNIE H. Mathematics Greenville

SPENCER, CARROLL A. Business Rocky Mount

SULLIVAN, JAMES C. Biology Hertford

TADLOCK, JAMES A, JR. Business Calypso

TEACHEY, JEROLD C. Music Winston-Salem

THOMAS, DAVID R. Geography Greenville

TIPPETT, SHIRLEY A. Library Science Oxford

TOLER, DUFFY Art Greenville

WADE, WILLIAM F. History Black Mountain

WAFF, PATRICIA A. Art Edenton

WHITEHURST, WILLARD T., JR. Science Bethel

WILLARD, GEORGE-ANNE History Wilson

WILLIAMS, SHIRLEY R. Biology New Bern

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Class Officers

Harlan McCaskill, Vice-President; Carol Daugherty, Secretary; Bryan Bennett, President; Jim Hodges, Senator.

SENIORS

And now we end our Senior year, And terminate our school career. Ere we leave our campus dear, Let us review these last four years.

With pencil, pen, and notes we took; But all we learned came not from books. Sometimes our studies we forsook For things with a more enjoyable look.

Some ran and played and kicked the ball. And some for romance used the halls. Some wrote, some sang, and found their call In student government some did fall.

At last approached the end's decree. And each accepted his degree. And parted ways, his own to be With ever-fixed memory.

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ABBOTT, LINVILLE F. Oxford

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education, Pt< torian; Women's Glee Club; Student Nati tion Association.

ABNER, CAROLYN L. Burlington

Mathematics, A.B. Mathematics Club, Dormitory Officer.

ADAMS, JOHN M. Henderson

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club.

ALBRIGHT, JOHNNY E., JR. Mebane

History, B.S.

ALEXANDER, DAVID C. Winston-Salem

Psychology, A.B

ALFORD, GLENDA R. Whitakers

Music Education, B.M.E. Signaa Alpha Iota, Vice-President, Chaplain; Chapel Choir; College Singers; Concert Choir; Choral Union; Student Theatrical Productions; " ' tional Conference.

ALLEN, ALBERT G. Goldsboro

English, A.B.

ALLEN, JOSEPH M., III Richmond, Va.

Geography, A.B. Gamma Theta Upsilon, President.

ALLEN, MARGARET A. Roanoke Rapids

Art, B.S. Delta Phi Delta; College Artists Society of Interior Design.

ALLEY, LARRY W. Lexington

Business Administration, A.B

ALLIGOOD, STEVE H. Washington

Grammar Education, B.S. News Bureau, College Union. Men's Glee Club.

AMBROSE, RAVONDA Washington

Primary Education, B.S. Student Counselor; Women's Recreation Association; Student National Education Association; Association for Childhood Education; Sigma Tau Sigma; Student Gov- ernment, Senator.

SENIORS

ANDERS, MELBA A. Clinton

Grammar Education, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma, President, Vice-President; Bucaneer; Association of Childhood Education.

ANDERSON, GEORGE F. Vanceboro

Business Administration, A.B. Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps.

ANDERSON, LINWOOD R. Goldsboro

Business, B.S. Young Friends. Vice-President, President; College Union, Executive Board, Re porter. Special Projects Committee; Young Democrats Club; Deans Advisory Council; Phi Beta Lambda. Vice-President. Publicity Committee Chairman, Executive Board; Inter-Religious Council, Vice-President, President.

ANDREW, WILLIAM G. Washington

Geography and Physical Education, B.S.

ANDREWS, RANDALL F. Burlington

Science, A.B. Pi Kappa Phi.

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ANGSTADT, ROBERT D. Newark, Del.

Psychology, A.B. Chi Beta Phi.

ARNOLD, MILDRED J. Jacksonville

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Alpha Xi Delta; Association For Education.

ARONSON, SIEGLINDE H. Statesville

History, B.S. Hebrew Youth Fellowship; Student National Education Association; Young Democrats Club.

ASHBY, BERKLEY E. Belle Haven, Va.

Business Education, B.S. Wesley Foundation, Vice-President; Inter-Religious Council, Vice-President; Phi Beta Lambda.

ASBY, MARY R. TANKARD Washington

Elementary Education, B.S. St. Mary Junior College, Transfer; Student National Education Association; Association for Childhood Education; Alpha Delta Pi, Registrar.

ASHWORTH, BRENDA ANNE Oxford

Primary Education, B.S. Women's Chorus; Student National Education Association; Association For Childhood Education.

ATKINSON, PAMELA G. Morehead City

Business, B.S. Phi Beta Lambda; Baptist Student Union.

AVENT, KENNETH G. Faison

Physical Education, B.S.

AVERA, MARGARET H. Rocky Mount

Primary Education, B.S. Sigma Nu White Rose; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Panhellenic, Secretary; Student National Education Association.

AYERS, BRENDA KAY Everetts

Business, B.S. Phi Beta Lambda; Student National Education A

BAILEY, MICHAEL C. Washington

Psychology, A.B. Pi Kappa Alpha; Psychology Club.

BAIN, NICKI SONDRA J. Fayetteville

Art, A.B. Chi Omega; Young Democrats Club; Art Club; Nati Society of Interior Designers, Secretary. Vice-President.

BAKER, EMANUEL A., JR. Alexandria, Va.

History, B.S. Men's Judiciary; Sigma Phi Epsilon.

BAKER, JAMES FRANKLIN Fayetteville

Accounting, A.B. Phi Beta Lambda

BAKER, KATHLEEN AGNES Fayetteville

Primary Education, B.S. Association For Childhood Education; Student National Education Association.

BAKER, RUTH ANNE Hubert

English, A.B. & B.S. Student national Education Assocaition; Chapel Choir: Women's Glee Club; Association For Childhood Education.

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BALDWIN, DONALD M. Clarkton

Geography, A.B. Men's Glee Club; Gamma Theta upsilon, Treasurer.

BALLARD, LINDA D. Lynchburg, Va.

History, B.S. Intramurals; WOmens Recreation Association; History Club; Buccaneer.

BALLEW, RUBY J. Havelock

English, B.S. Student National Education Association North Carolina Education Association; National Council of Teachers of English.

BANKS, DENNIS E. Dagsboro, Del.

Science, B.S.

BANKS, GAIL J. New Bern

Primary Education, B.S. Student counselor; Student National Ecuation Association.

BARBER, WILLIAM L. Raleigh

English, A.B.

BAREFOOT, JANET R. Dunn

Biology, A.B. Science Club; Student National Education Association.

BARLOW, CAROL J. Greenville

Primary Education, B.S. Wake Forest Transfer Student; WOmens Recreation Asso- ciation; Christian Education Club.

BARNES, CAROLYN J. Moncure

Library Science, B.S. Baptist Student Union; Chapel Choir; Libr

BARNES, JANICE M. Angier

English, A.B., B.S. Student Counselor; Student National Educal ciation; Sigma Tau Delta; Kappa Delta Pi.

Thirty-six East Carolina Students

BARNES, JOHN A. Asheboro

Health and Physical Education B.S. Freshman Basketball, Varsity Baseball, Intramural Staff.

BARNES, KENNETH O. Raleigh

Business, A.B.

BARNES, MARY C. Winterville

Psychology, Sociology, A.B. Playhouse, Treasurer; Student Theatrical Productions; Philos- ophy Club; Psychology Club, Vice-President; Delta Zeta, Pub- licity Chairman; Panhellenic Delegate. Council Vice-President; Woman's Chorus.

BARNES, RICHARD C. Wilson

Health and Physical Education, B.S. Varsity Baseball. All Carolinas Conference, All State, Co- Captain; Circle K Club. Board of Directors; Lambda Chi Alpha. Secretary; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

BARNES, WILLIE R. Conway

Science. B.S. Yount; Democrats Club; Science Club; Sigma Tau Sign Chi Beta Phi, Vice-President; Phi Sigma Pi.

BARRETT, VICKI L. Conway

Business Education, B.S. Student Counselor; Phi Beta Lambda; Student National Education Association.

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BARROW, EDWARD L. Snow Hill

Business Administration, A.B. Phi Beta Lambda; Society for Advancement of Management.

BASNIGHT, ELLEN V. Edenton

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Association for Child- hood Education.

BASNIGHT, GEORGETTA Elizabeth City

Social Studies, B.S. Physical Education Majors Club, President; Women's Rec- reation Association; Student National Education Association; American Association of Health. Physical Education and Rec- reation; North Carolina Association of Health. Physical Edu- cation and Recreation.

BASS, EMMA L. Rocky Mount

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Phi.

BASS, JUDITH C. Lucama

Mathematics and Library Science, B.S. Mathematics Club: Library Science Club, Historian; Student National Education Association; House Committee; Hall Proctor.

BASS, LENNA ROSE Dunn

Home Economics, B.S. Phi Omicron, Secretary, Treasurer; Home Economics Club; Glee Club.

BASS, LINDA F. Eureka

Elementary Education, B.S. Dormitory Proctor. Student Counselor; Student Naitona Education Association.

Receive National 'Who's Who' Honor.

SENIORS

BASS, PORTIA F. Faison

Grammar Education, B.S. Library Club; Student National Education Association; Association for Childhood Education.

BASS, RICHARD W. Wilson

English, A.B., B.S. Varsity Football, Track; Kappa Alpha; Phi Epsilon Kappa; Circle K Club; Fellowship of Christian Athletes, President; Student Government Association, Senator; State Student Legislature, Officer; WHO'9 WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

BASS, SANDRA L. Newton Grove

Nursing Education, B.S.N. Delta Zeta, Philanthropist; Student Nurse Associatic Historian; District VI Student Nurse of the Year.

BATEMAN, DORINDA P. Pantego

English, B.S.

BATTS, WILLARD E., JR. Rocky Mount

Business, A.B.

BAUM, FRANCES F. Burlington

Social Studies, A.B. Kappa Delta; Sophomore Counselor; East Carolina Or- chcstra; The Rebel, East Carolinian.

BAXLEY, SANDRA J. Saint Pauls

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Crescent Girl Lambda Chi Alpha; East Carolinian.

BEACH, LINDA L. Winston-Salem

Art A.B. Art Club; Dormitory Fine Arts Committee.

BEAL, LARRY M. Hendersonville

Physical Education. B.S. Physical Education Majors Club; Intramurals.

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BEAMAN, ERNEST HERMAN Snow Hill

Business, A.B. Phi Beta Lambda.

BEHR, JOHN DOUGLAS Greenville

Art, A.B. Lambda Chi Alpha; Swimming Team.

BELL, IZORA JEAN Atlantic

Home Economics, B.S. Student Government Association; Woman's Judiciary: Women': Hall President; Dean's Advisory Council; Student Counselor Delta Zeta. Scholarship Chairman; Phi Omicron, Secrejar Vice-President; Kappa Delta Pi;

BELLAMY, ROBERT H. Scotch Plains, N.J.

History, B.S. History Club; Student National Education Association.

BENDER, RALPH ANDREW Jacksonville

Industrial Arts, B.S. East Carolina College Band; Swimming Team; Air Force Officers Reserve Training Corps. Drill Team; Industrial Arts Club.

BENNETT, ALVIN G. Bassett, Va.

Health and Physical Education, B.S. Sigma Nu. Physical Education Majors Club.

BENNETT, BRYAN LEE Virginia Beach, Va.

History, B.S. Theta Chi, Rush Chairman; Senior Class President; Junior Class President; Circle K., President. Lt. Governor of Carolina District; Head Cheerleader; Student Government Asso- ciation. Budget Committee Executive Council; Dean's Advisory Council; National Students Associs Theatrical Productions; Air Force Corps; Marching Pirates; Co-Ordinator; Student Officers Training; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

BENNETT, JERRY L. Ellerbe

Accounting, A.B.

East Carolina Establishing

BENNETT, JESSE CARL Greensboro

Physical Education, B.S. Phi EpsiiMn K.ippa, Vice-President; Gymnastic Club. President; Physical Education .Maiors Club; V.usitv Cheerlcider; North Carolina Association of Health. Physical Education and Recreation.

BENNETT, ROBERT R., JR. Ocean City, N.J.

Physical Education, B.S. Swimming Team; Physical Education Club; Geography Club.

BENTLEY, JANICE T. Greenville

Biology, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma, Recording Secretary; Science Club, Secretary-Treasurer.

BENTON, SALLIE ANN Hertford

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; North Carolina Education Association; Asso- ciation For Childhood Education; Young Democrats Club; Library Club. Vice- President.

BERRY, IRA WAYNE Fairfield

Accounting, A.B. College of the Albemarle. Transfer. Phi Beta Lambda.

BIGGS, JAMES FRANKLIN Greenville

Business Administration, A.B. Westminster Fellowship. President, Treasurer, Inter-Religious Council; Phi Beta

BILLINGS, CHARLYN R. Durham

Mathematics, B.S. Alpha Phi. Treasurer. Recording Secretary. Marshal; Mathematics Club; Nurses Club; Student Counselor.

BILLINGS, KATHRYN C. Scotts

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Delta Pi. Reporter. Historian, Recording Secretary; East Carolininn; Asso- ciation For Childhood Education; Student National Education Association.

BISHOP, JAMES G., III Atlanta, Ga.

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club; Pi Kappa Phi.

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BISSETTE, DONNA D. Greenville

Primary Education, B.S. St. Mary's Junior College, Transfer Student; Student National Education Association; Young Democrats Club; Student Government, Publicity Committee; Women's Ju- diciary-; Appeals Board; Chi Omega, House Manager.

BLACKMON, BILLY R. Four Oaks

Business, A.B. Delta Sigma Pi; Circle K Club; Phi Beta Lambda; Inter-Fraternit)' Bowling League, Secretary-Treasurer.

BLANKS. JOSEPH A., JR. Colonial heights, Va.

Social Studies, B.S. Pi Kappa Phi, Chaplain.

BLANTON, HOWARD A. Teachey

English, B.S. Library Club, President.

SENIORS

BLASINGAME, JUNE L. Roanoke Rapids

English, B.S. Winthrop College, Transfer Student.

BOETTNER, GEORGE R., JR. Raleigh

Physical Education, B.S. Physical Education Majors Club, National Association for Health Physical Education and Recreation.

BOETTNER, TEMPERANCE Oak City

Grammar Education, B.S. Alpha Phi.

BOLES, ROGER D. Winston-Salem

Mathematics, B.S. King youth Fellowship.

BOLLING, JAMES E., JR. Norfolk, Va.

Business, B.S. East Carolinaian, Photogrpaher; Athletic Department, Photographer; Delta Sigma Pi, Dormitory Office.

BOND, EDWARD J. Morristown

Psychology, B.S.

BONNER, KATHRYN M. Hertford

Home Economics, B.S. High Point College, Transfer Student; Home Economics Club.

BOOTH, SCOTT D. Elkins, W. Va.

Education, B.S. Junior Class President; Student Government, Chairman External Affairs; Appeals Board; Student National Education Association. President North Eastern; National Educa Association Convention Delegate.

BOSTIC, BRENDA E. Pink Hill

English, B.S.

BOTTORF, RAYMOND H. New Bern

Business, A.B. Phi Beta Lambda; Intramurals; Young Republicans Club; Society for the Advancement of Management.

BOUNDS, RALPH M. Roanoke Rapids

Music, B.M. Theta Chi; Marching Pirates; Symphonic Band; Otchestra; Percussion Ensemble.

BOVENDER, MARGARET U. Winston-Salem

Mathematics, A.B. University of North Carolina, Greensboro, Transfer Student; Mathematics Club.

BOWERS, FRED W. Littleton

Accounting, A.B.

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BOWMAN, JUANITA FAYE Walnut Cove

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education, Vice-President, President; Student National Education Association; Student Government Association, Senator; House Council; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

BOYD, JOHN BLAKE, JR. Greenville

Geography, A.B.

BRADLEY, MARGARET KAY Rocky Mount

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association, Womans Glee Club.

BRADLEY, SANDRA WRAY Tarboro

Nursing, B.S.N. National Student Nursing Association.

BRADNER, CLEVELAND, III Greenville

Philosophy, A.B.

BRAMMER, OTIS WILLIAM Leaksville

Health and Physical Education, B.S. Physical Majors Club; North Carolina Association Health, Physical Educatii Recreation; Floor Manager.

BRETT, HERBERT M. WInton

Political Science, A.B.

BREWER, DORIS LYNN Asheville

French, B.S. Kappa Delta. President of Pledge Class; Student National Edu Sigma Pi Alpha; Psychology Club.

BRIDGERS, DAVID C, JR. Conway

History, A.B.

BRIDGERS, HELEN R. Conway

Primary Education, B.S. Womans Recreation Association; Student National Education Association; Aquanymphs. President; Wilson Hall Secretary; Young Democrats Club.

BRINN, JUDY PHILLIPS Sanford

Home Economics, B.S.

BRINN, WILLIAM J., JR. Sanford

Business, A.B.

SENIORS

BRINSON, JAMES IRVIN New Bern

Art, A.B.

BRITT, ANN R. Windsor

Business, B.S.

BROADHURST, ELIZABETH Mount Olive

Grammar, Education, Student National Education Associatic hood Education.

BROGDEN, WILLIAM MAYO Wilmington

Physical Education, B.S. Varsity Basketball, Captain.

BROOKS, BONNIE SUE High Point

Physical Education, B.S. Association of Childhood Education: Student National Education Association; Student Government Association, Senator; Woman's Glee Club.

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BROOKS, LINDA OLIVE Creswell

Primary Education, B.S. National Educaiton Association

BROTHERS, MARILYN KAY Elizabeth City

Sociology, A.B. Freewill Baptist Fellowship.

BROWN, DORA ANN Greenville

Nursing. B.S.N. North Carolina Student Nurses Association; East Caro- lina College Student Nurses Association; Free Will Baptist Fellowship. Secretary. Treasurer: Woman's Rec- reation Association; College Union Bowling Association.

BROWN, MICHAEL THOMAS Roanoke Rapids

Education. B.S. Theta Chi, Vice-President, President; Inter-Fraternity Council.

BROWN, RICHARD LEE Hampton, Va.

History, B.S. Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps; Arnold Air Society.

BROWN, ROBERT CARROLL Spencer

Chemistry, A.B Westminster Fellowship.

BROWNING, VIRGINIA C. Durham

English, B.S. Student Counselor; Student National Education Asso- ciation; House Committee, Umstead Hall; Sigma Tau Sigma; National Council of Teachers of English; Mem- ber of North Carolina English Teachers.

BRYSON, MALBE RUTH Apex

Nursing Education, B.S.N. Student Nurses Association. Historian.

BUGG, MARY HUGH Roanoke Rapids

Mathematics. A.B.

BUIE, DONALD NELSON Broadway

Health and Physical Education, B.S. Westminster Fellowship; Physical Education Majors Club

BULLARD, WALTER M. Dublin

Industrial Arts. B.S. Industrial Arts Club.

BUMGARNER, DAVID T. Valdese

Health and Physical Education, B.S. Football, Co-Captain; Phi Epsilon Kappa, Historian, President; Fellowship of Christian Athletes; Physical Education Majors Club; Track; Baptist Student Union; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

BUNN, LINDA DARE Pikeville

French, B.S.

"1--3-12, why do you ask."

BLUNTING, NORMAN W. Frankford. Del.

Industrial Arts. B.S. Epsilon Pi Tau.

BURNETTE, JIMMY D. Rocky Mount

Accounting, A.B. North Carolina Wesleyan. Transfer Student; Phi Beta Lambda; Phi Sigma Pi; Baptist Student Union, Treasurer.

BURT, JUDITH LORIE Swansbon

English, B.S. Baptist Student Union; Sigma Tau Delta; Student Nationa Education Association; North Carolina English Teachers Asso elation; Library Club.

BUSCHER, SUZANNE C. Springfield, Va.

History, B.S. Young Republicans Club, Newman Club; Garrett Hall Proctor.

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BYNUM, HENRY L., JR. Raleigh

Industrial Arts, B.S.

BYRD, CAROL C. Dudley

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association.

BYRD, JUDITH C. Coats

English, B.S. Alpha Omicron Pi; Sutdent naitonal educatoin Association.

CAIN, RANDALL S. Reidsville

Business Administration, A.B. Delta Sigma Pi: Intramurals; Dormitory Officer.

CALDWELL, JEANNE Charlotte

Biology, B.S. Young Republicans Club; Student National

CALDWELL, EDWARD H. Erwin

Psychology, A.B. Psychology Club; Campbell College, Transfer Student.

CALHOUN, RUTH E. Farmville

Primary Education, B.S.

East Carolina College Poetry Forum

SENIORS

CAMERON, JULIAN E., JR. Kinston

Mathematics, B.S. Mathematics Club; Young Republicans Club; Pi Kappa Phi, Warden.

CAMPBELL, RACHEL F. Hobgood

Mathematics, A.B., B.S. Mathematics Club; Tau Sigma, Treasurer; Chi Beta Ph Student National Education Association; Womans Choru'

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM W. Greensboro

Business Administration, A.B. Pi Kappa Phi.

CANNON, WILLIAM E. New Bern

Business, A.B. Wilmington College. Transfer Student; Society for the Advancement of Management; Deans Advisory Council; Alpha Phi Omega, President, Treasurer.

CAPEL, GLADYS A. Rocky Mount

History, B.S. The Key, Copy Editor; Historical Society; Philosophy Club; Sutdent Naitonal Education Association; Young Democrats Club; Young Republicans Club.

CAPPS, FRANK A. Oxford

Health and Physical Education, B.S Physical Education Maiors Club; Intramurlas; North Carolina Association for Health Physical Ed

CARMAN, MARY E. Falls Church, Va.

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Education Association; Kappa Delta Phi.

CARPENTER, CLARA D. Fayetteville

Business, A.B. Phi Beta Lambda; Young Republicans Club.

CARR, CHARLES B. Plymouth

Business Administration, B.S. Phi Beta Lambda; Men's Glee Club; Young Republicans Club, Executive Committee.

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Gives Public Readings.

CARR, DONALD L. Wallace

Accounting, A.B. Phi Sigma Pi, Corresponding Secretary.

CARRINGTON, DENNIS H. Middlebury, Conn.

Health and Physical Education, B.S. Varsity Baseball.

CARROLL, MICHAEL D. Elkin

History and Geography, B.S. Wingate, Transfer Student.

CASEY, LINDA K. Faison

Grammar Education, B.S. Alpha Omicron Pi; Association of Childhood Education; Student National Educational Association; Women's Rcc-

CASON, MOLLIE J. Belton, S.C

Primary Education, B.S. Association of Childhood Education; North Carolina Education Association; King Youth Fellowship.

CHADWICK, RICHARD H. Raleigh

Geography, A.B. Pi Kappa Alpha, President; Inter-Fraternity Council.

CHANDLER, JUDITH L. Albemarle

Art, B.S. Women's Recreation Association; Student National Edu- cation Association; Delta Zeta, Historian; Young Demo- crats Club.

CHAPPELL, BRENDA D. Falcon

English, B.S. King Youth Fellowship; Library Club; Sigma Tau Delta; National Education Association; Emmanuel College, Trans- fer Student.

CHAPPELL, ROBERT H. Hobbsville

Business, B.S. Baptist Student Union. President, Vice-President, Treas- urer, Editor; College Union. Reporter, Special Projects Committee; Phi Beta Lambda; Men's Glee Club; Young Democrats Club; Typing Lab Assistant.

CHARLTON, LINDA S. Arlington, S.C.

Art, A.B. Sigma Sigma Sigma, Treasurer; National Society of Interior Design, President, Treasurer; Student Govern- ment Representative; Art Club; Aquanymphs.

CHEEK, JERRY L. Roaring River

Accounting, A.B. Men's Glee Club.

CHEEK. WESLEY B. Greenville

Social Studies, B.S.

CHESHIRE, WILLIAM E. Plymouth

Health and Physical Education, B.S. Phi Epsilon Kappa, Theta Chi.

CHIARENZA, ANTHONY A. Brooklyn, N.Y.

Psychology, A.B. Weight Training Club, Intramurals.

CHISHOLM, HILDA E. Eagle Springs

Business, B.S. Pi Omega Pi, Historian; Phi Beta Lambda; Student National Education Association, Young Republicans Club, Baptist Student Union.

CLARK, LINDA G. Harrellsville

Art and Education, B.S. Student National Education Association, College Artist Association, Art Club; Home Economics Club, Angel Flight.

CLARK, MARY L. Elizabeth City

Primary Educaiton, B.S. Studnet Naitonal Education Association; Associaiton of Child- hood Education.

CLARK, WAYNE A. Grifton

English, A.B., Young Democrats Club, President.

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CLARK, WILLIAM EDWARD Miami, Fla.

History, A.B. Air Force Reserve Office Training Corps.

CLARK, WILLIAM HUNTER Warrenton

Pre-Law, A.B. Student Government Association; Honor Council; Theta Chi.

CLARKE, SAMMIE JEAN Shelby

Home Economics, B.S. Phi Omicron; Home Economics Club; East Carolinian.

CLINE, FRED RAY Morganton

Psychology, A.B.

LITTLE, BOY BLEW - Enthusiastic bugler adds to the spirit of the pre- homecoming pep rally.

COATS, DAVID MARVIN Dunn

Business, A.B.

COBB, LESTER M. JR. Greenville

Business education, B.S. Phi Beta Lambda

COBLE, AMRY ELIZABETH Smithfield

Primary Education B.S. Student National Education Association; Association of Childhood Education; Alpha Omicron Pi.

SENIORS

COBLE, SARA JANE High Point

Grammar Educaiton, B.S. High Point College, Transfer Student.

COBLENZ, DANIEL S. Weldon

Accounting, A.B.

COGILL, CONRAD C., JR. Henderson

Business, A.B.

COLE, MARGARET LOUISE Mebane

Business, B.S. Phi Beta Lambda, Parliamentarian, Recording Secretary; Alpha Omicron Pi, Parliamentarian; Baptist Student Union; Student Government Associatin; Sutdent Na- tional Education Association.

COLE, TERRY PAUL Morganton

history, B.S. Lees-McRae College Transfer Student; Historical Society; Young Republican Club.

COLEMAN, ELIZABETH S. Asheville

Primary Education, B.S. Transfer student Naitonal Education Association.

COLLINS, WALLACE W. Greenville

Social Studies, B.S.

COLLINS, WILLIAM MAX Salisbury

Music, B.M. Varsity Band; Orchesra; Mens Glee Club, Treasurer; Phi Mu Alpha; Music Educators National Conference.

COMBS, CAROL ANN

Primary Ed,B.S. Student National Education Association, President; Asso- of Childhood Education; Delta Zeta, Scholar- ship Chairman, Parliamentarian. Standards Chairman; College Marshal; Tau Sigma; Kappa Delta Pi; Young Democrats Club; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

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CONN, MARY JANE Louisburg

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Alpha Delta Pi, Assistant Treasurer. Vice-President; Association For Childhood Education; Cheerleader; Young Democrats Club; Student Government Association; Senator.

CONWAY, JUDITH LOUISE Kinston

English, B.S. Women's Glee Club; North Carolina Education Association.

COOK, CHARLIE H. Bamberg, S.C.

History, B.S.

COOKE, GLAYDS W. Mount Olive

Grammar Education, B.S. National Education Association; Association For Childhood Education.

CORBETT, ANNIE SARAH Elizabeth City

Biology, B.S.

COUNCIL, MELBA JOY P. Cameron

Grammar Education. B.S. Woman's Chorus; Dormitory Counselor.

COWARD, JAN SELLERS Greenville

Music, B.M. Symphonic Band; Orchestra; College Choir; Rebel; Student Theatrical Productions.

COX, ETTA JOYCE Stantonsburg

Music, B.M. Concert Choir; Chapel Choir; Women's Chorus; Angel Flight; Music Education National Conference.

SENIORS

COX, LINDA DARE Newton Grove

Biology, B.S. Student Government Association. Senator; Women's Judiciary; Student Counselor; Delta Zeta; Panhellenic, Vice-President.

COX, MARION EVELYN Clayton

Business. B.S. Alpha Delta Pi, Phi Beta Lambda; Student National Education Association.

COX, NORMAN JOSEPH Arlington, Va.

Psychology, A.B. Freshman Swimming Team. Student Coach; Lambda Chi Alpha.

COX, RICHARD C., JR. Greensboro

Business Administration, A.B. Phi Kappa Tau, Pledge Master, President; Phi Beta Lambda; Council; Society For the Advancement of Management; Freshman Fraternity Council.

COZART, CASSANDRA LEE Bailey

Health and Physical Education, B.S. Women's Recreational Association. Treasurer; Physical Education Mai National Education Association: Sigma Tau Sigma; North Carolii Health, Physical Education and Recreation.

CRAFT, HOLLIS GLENN Hickory

Business Administration, A.B. Society For the Advancement of Management

CRAVOTTA, JULIA BELL Arlington, Va.

Spanish, B.S. Buccaneer; Kappa Delta, Historian; Student Theatrical productions; Sigma Pi Alpha; Sigma Tau Sigma; Choral Union.

CREECH, HELEN D.

Grammar Education, B.S.

CREECH, LOIS CAROL La Grange

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association

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CREECH, MINNIE L. Tarboro

Art, B.S. Delta Phi Delta; National Society of In Young Democrats Club; St. Mary's Junior College Transfer Stduent

CREECH, WILLIAM DOUGLAS Snow Hill

Business Administration, A.B. Phi Beta Lambda, President.

CREEGAN, FAYE MARIE Raleigh

Social Studies, B.S. Philosophy Club; Kappa Delta Pi; History Club; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

GILBERT WILLIAM Tampa, Fla.

Geography, B.S. Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps; Assistant Editor of "TIGER"; Student Theatrical Productions; Cos- mopolitan Club; Inter-Dormitory Council; Junior Class Treasurer; Gamma Thcta Upsilon; Phi Sigma Pi. Treas- urer; Student-Faculty Lecture Committee; Young Demo- crats Club; Sigma Tau Sigma; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

CRISP, LINDA FAYE Chocowinity

Business, B.S. Phi Beta Lambda; Pi Omega Pi; Students National Education Association.

CROOM, EMILY LOU Ayden

Business Education, B.S.

CROOM, JOHN ROY La Grange

Business Education. B.S. Phi Beta Lambda.

CROWDER, RICHARD WILLIAM Clarksvilie, Va.

Industrial Arts. B.S. Industrial Arts Club.

CROWELL, BRENDA DIANE Spencer

Business. B.S. Majorette; Phi Beta Lambda; Chi Omega. Presi- dent

CRUMPLER, CHARLES P. Roseboro

Physical Education. B.S. Phi Epsilon Kappa; Weight Training Club, Treasurer.

CURRIE, CECILIA PEARL Aberdeen

Home Economics. B.S.

DALY, GEORGE D., JR. Clayton

Accounting. A.B.

DAMBROSIO, LOUIS A. Stafford, Pa.

Business Administration, A.B. East Carolina Playhouse: Karate Team; Phi Beta Lambda; Orientation Counselor.

DANIEL, GAYLE JANE C. Greenville

Grammar Education, BS. Chi Omega.

DANIEL, WILLIAM LEE, JR. Oxford

Business Administration, A.B. Phi Beta Lambda.

DANIELS, BEN WAYNE Jamesville

Art, B.S. Canterbury Club Buccaneer, Art Editor; WWWS-TV, Studio Artist

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DANIELS, BRENDA J. Wanchese

Grammar Education, B.S. Student national Education Association; Association of Childhood Education, Angel Flight.

DANIELS, CHARLES E., JR. Roanoke Rapids

Social Sutdies, B.S. Dormitory Proctor; History Club.

DARDEN, SARAH E. Conway

Music, B.M. Sigma Alpha Iota, Treasurer; Women's Glee Club, President; Dean's Advisory Council; Student Counselor.

DARNELL, LINDA S. Kannapolis

Home Economics, B.S.

DAUGHERTY, CAROL E. Norfolk, Va.

Psychology and Science, A.B. State Student Legislature; Chi Omega, Secretary; East Carolinian, Managing Edi- tor; Student Government, Women's Senator, Special Events Committee; JoinI Honor Council, Vice-President; Women's Honor Council, President; Dean's Ad- visory Council; Student Counselor, Dormitory President.

DAVENPORT, BERTRAM L. Columbia

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club; College of the Albemarle, Transfer Student.

DAVIS, CAROLYN U. Mechaniesville, Va.

Grammar education, B.S.

DAVIS, CURTIS M. Raleigh

Industrial Arts, B.S. Pi Kappa Phi; Circle K Club; Dormitory Counselor; Indu President; Semper Fidelis Society, Vice-President.

DAVIS, JAMES C, JR. Wilson

History, and Political Science, A.B.

DAVIS, JOSEPH R., JR. Pinetops

Chemisty, A.B.

DAVIS, KATHLEEN K. Roanoke, Va.

English, A.B. East Carolinian; Psychology Club.

DAVIS, NANCY G. Henderson

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Association For Childhood Education.

DAVIS, SANDRA A. Marshallberg

French, B.S.

SENIORS

DAVIS, THOMAS L. Hopewell, Va.

Social Studies, B.S. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Inter-Fraternity Council.

DAVIS, WILLIAM T. Snow Hill

Business, B.S. Phi Beta Lambda; Student National Education Association, Young Democrats Club.

DAY, THEODORE M. Washington

Physical Education and Health, B.S. Honor Council; Varsity Football; Inter-Dormitory Council Court; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

DELONG, MARGARET A. Wilson

Music Education, B.M. Rebel; Marching Pirates; Sigma Alpha Iota; Symphonic Band; Concert Choir; Orchestra; Music Education Conference.

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DENTON, AILEEN RUTH Louisburg

Grammar Education, B.S. Student Government Association, Senator; Student Na- tional Education Association; Student Counselor,

DENTON, SANDRA JEAN Birmingham, Ala.

Social Studies, A.B. Chi Omega, Secretary; Student Counselor; Sophomore Class Treasurer; Student Government Association, Junior Woman Senator, Summer School Secretary; Women's Judiciary, Member-at-Large; Senior Class Secretary; Sum- mer School Queen; Eait Carolinkii, Circulation Editor,

DEW, LUCILE MARIA Rose Hill

English, A.B. & B.S. East Carolina Playhouse. Secretary, President; Laurel Awards; Alpha Psi Omeea; Student Government Asso- ciation, Representative, Publicity Committee; Student The- atrical Productions.

DILDAY, ROBERT LEVY Ahoskie

Business Administration, A.B. Hall Proctor.

DITTIMER, ARLENE L. Valley Stream, N

Primary Education, B.S. Association of Childhood Education; Student National Education Association.

DIUGUID, FRANK S., III Raleign

History, A.B. Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps; Drill Team; Arnold Air Society; WWWS-FM; History Club.

DIXON, BRENDA DIANNE Burlington

Mathematics, B.S. Math Club, Publicity Chairman; Association of Child- hood Education; Jarvis Hall Vice-President,

DORSEY, NEIL EDWARD Malverne, N.Y.

Social Studies, B.S. Newman Club, President; Young Republican Club; Stu- dent National Educatoin Association.

DOUB, LINDA GRAY Raleigh

Home Economics, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta, President of Pledge Class, Recording Secretary Marshal, Panhellenic Representative, Member- ship Chairman; Panhellenic Council, President, Chaplain; Student Government Association, Historian, Senator; Home Economics Club; Ragsdale Hall, Secretary; Phi Kappa Tau Sweetheart; WHO'S WHO AMONG STU- DENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL- LEGES.

Pretty coed relaxes in balmy spring weather.

DOTY, SYLVIA DAVIS Charlotte

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club.

DOWDY, RONALD EUGENE Alexandria, Va.

Accounting, A.B. East Carolinian, Sports Editor; Air Force Reserve Offi- cer Training Corps; Summer School Student Govern- ment Association, Vice-President; Student Government Association, Senator; Council; Men's Judiciary, Chairman; Inter-Dormitory Council.

DOZIER, SYLVIA A. Moyock

Business, B.S, Phi Beta Lambda, Alpha Omicron Pi.

DRAKE, PATRICIA ANN Williamston

Grammar Education B.S. East Carolina College Maiorette.

DRAPER. WALTER, GENE L, Roanoke Rapids

Business, A.B

DRIGGERS, JUDY BONEY Wilmington

Primary Education, B.S. Chi Omega; Day Student Representative; Student National Education Associaiton.

DUCKWORTH, WILLIIAM ERVIN Morganton

Music, B.M.E. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, East Carolina College Band, Or- chestra: Phi Kappa Lambda; East Carolina College Compo- sition Contest Winner,

EANES, CLIFTON WAYNE Gretna, Va

Health and Physical Education, B.S. Physical Education Majors Club; Intramural Sports; North Carolina Association of Health, Physical Education, and Rec-

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EASON, ROBERTA ANNE Belcross

Art, B,S. Alpha Phi; Delta Phi Delta; National Society of Interior Designers; The Buccaneer, Sports Editor. Editor; Dean's Advisory Council; Publications Board; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

EASON. WILLIAM T. Farmville

History, B.S. Sigma Phi Epsilon.

EDWARDS, AGNES LOUISE Rocky Mount

Mathematics, B.S. Student National Education Association; Math Club, Co-Social Chairman; Wilson 'ice-President.

EDWARDS, CHARLOTTE E. Raleigh

Health and Physical Education, B.S. Women's Recreation Association; American Association of Health, Physical Educatior and Recreation; Gymnastics Club; Physical Education Maior's Club; Student Na tional Education Association; North Carolina Association of Health. Physical Edu cation, and Recreation.

EDWARDS, TRACY C. Beulaville

Primary education, B.S.

EFIRD, JEAN ALICE Albemarle

Primary Education, B.S. Delta Zeta; Student National Education Association; Association for Childhood Edu- cation.

EHRMANN, ROBERT J. Tampa, Fla.

Psychology, A.B. Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps.

EJLALI, HAMID A. Greenville

Science, A.B.

EJLALI, MAJID ABDOL Charlotte

Art, A.B. University of South Carolina, Transfer; Cosmopolitan Club; College Artist Association, Member of Orientation Committee.

ELEKES, JO ANNE Castehayne

Social Studies, B.S. Math Club.

ELLIOTT, JOAN ELIZABETH Statesville

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association.

ELMORE, WILLIAM ROBERT, JR. Charleston, S.C.

Psychology, A.B. Newman Club; College Union.

ELIOTT, JUDITH ROSE Coats

History, B.S. Angel Flight; Military Queen; Dormitory Officer.

SENIORS

ENGLAND, CAROLYN R. Rural Hall

Music Education, B.M.E. Sigma Alpha Iota, Corresponding Secretary, President; Con- cert Choir; Chapel Choir; Music Educators National Con- ference; Student Government Association. Senator; Dean's Advisory Council; Music President's Honor Council.

ENGLISH, JOHN CLAUDE Drewryville, Va.

Accounting, A.B.

ESTRIN, ROSALIE B. Richmond, Va.

Primary Education, B.S. National Education Association; Association for Childhood Education; Hebrew Youth Fellowship; Women's Chorus.

EVERETT, BETTY CAROL Robersonville

Primary Education, B.S. Association of Childhood Education; Student National Edu- cation Associaiton.

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EVERETT, PRISCILLA A. Greenville

Grammar Education, B.S. Campbell College, Transfer Student; National Education Association; Dormitory Officer; Woman's Chorus; Home Economics Club.

EVERETT, SHIRLEY A. Farmville

Primary Education, B.S. Student Naitonal Education Association; Association for Childhood Education, Secretary, Treasurer.

FANN, DONNIE R. Williamston

Grammar Education, B.S. King Youth Fellowship.

FARMER, CAROLYN M. Mount Olive

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Education Association.

FARMER, JAMES O. Rocky Mount

History, B.S. Alpha Phi Omega; Westminster Fellowship; Dean's Ad visory Council; Young Democrats Club, President.

FAW, JEAN P. Virginia Beach, Va.

Psychology, A.B.

FEARING, ALAN B. Durham

Psychology, A.B. Phi; Circle K Club; East Carolinian: Brass Choir; Concert Choir; Marching Band; Symphonic Band; Psychology Club.

FEDERICI, ROBERT A. Durham

Psychology, Broadcasting Guild; Swimming Team; Playhouse; WWWS-TV.

FENSTERMACHER, WILLIAM C. Unionville, Pa.

Business. A.B. Goldey-Beacom College, Transfer Student; Circle K Club; Society for the Advancement of Management, Treasurer.

FETNER, ROBERT J. Hamlet

Music, B.M.E. Phi Mu Alpha, Corresponding Secretary; Symphonic Band- Secretary Treasurer; Orchestra; Theater Orchestra; Marching Pirates; Music Educators Naitonal Conference.

FIELDS, WILLIAM G. Rocky Mount

Geography, A.B. Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps

Students relax in the College Union between classes.

SENIORS

FLOWERS, BRENDA R. Wilson

Busmess Education, B.S. Sophomore Scholarship Award; Pi Omega Pi, Co- Historian; Phi Beta Lambda; Student Counselor,

FOCHLER, RONALD H. New Bern

Social Studies, B.S. Sigma Phi Epsilon. Founder, Secretary, Inter-Fraternity Council Representative, Social Chairman; Dormitory Of- ficer; Men's Judiciary.

FORNES, RAYiMOND E. Greenville

Mathematics, A.B. Phi Sigma Pi, President; Chi Beta Phi. Treasurer; Lecture Committee: Mathematics Club, President, Vice-President; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

FOSTER, EVELYN R. Wilmington

Art, B.S. Transfer Student; College Artists; Dormitory Officer.

FOSTER, JIMMIE F. Clinton

English, B.S. Psychology Club; Student National Education Association.

FOSTER, LORETTA N. Long Island, N.Y.

English, B.S. Playhouse, Corresponding Secretary; WWWS-AM, Program Director, Traffic Manager, Broadcasting Guild, Secretary; Literary Committee.

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FOWLER, REBECCA ANN High Point

Psychology, A. B. Math Club.

FRAZIER, JAMES R., JR. Salem, Va.

Business, A.B.

FRAZZELL, CLARENCE WARWICK Richlands

Psychology, A.B. Psychology Club

FREEMAN, NANCY FAYE Windsor

Biology, B.S. Cotten Hall President, Dean's Advisory Council; WOmen's Judiciary Council, Vice-Chairman; Alpha Phi, President.

FURR, WILLIAM PRICE Statesville

Business, A.B. Society for the Adcancement of Management

FUSSELL, KENNY C. Winterville

Mathematics, A.B. Phi Sigam Pi, Chi Beta Phi; Math Club.

FUTRELL, ELIZABETH F. Rich Square

English, B.S. Modern Dance Club; Student National Educatoin Association; Theater Dance Club; Playhouse; Young Democrats Club.

Virginia Coed Elected Buccaneer Queen.

GADDIS, JOHN REGINALD Charlotte

Business, A.B. Society For the Advancement of Management.

GADDY, WILLIAM PAUL Fairmont

CAMILLA S. Grammar Education, B.S.

GILLIMORE, RICHARD L. Lexington

Business Administration, A.B.

GALLOWAY, PATRICIA F. Aurora

Business, A.B. Pi Omega Pi, Treasurer; Student Counselor; Jarvis Hall Secretary; phi Beta Lambda.

GARDNER, JUDITH FAYE Willow Springs

Business Education, B.S. Student Naitonal Education Association; Phi Beta Lambd Women's Chorus.

GARDNER, THOMAS M. Richmond, Va.

Chemistry. A.B. Chowan College, Transfer.

GARNER, LANA FAYE Newport

Primary Education, B.S. Association For Childhood Education, Student National Education Association.

GARRETT, FAYE CAROL Martinsville, Va.

Art, B.S. Delta Phi Delta.

GARRETT, PEGGY D Charlotte

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Phi, Panhellenic Parliamentarian; Young Demo- crats Club; Women's Chorus; Association For Child- hood Education; Student National Education Association Buccaneer; Student Government Association, Women's Day Student Treasurer.

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GARRISS, CHARITY E. Wallace

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Education Association.

GASKILL, WILLIAM K. Bridgeton, N.J.

History, B.S. Men's Chorus; Phi Kappa Tau; Young Democrats Club; History Club; National Railway Historical Society.

GASTER, ARCHIE D. Elon College

Art, A.B. Art Club; Delta Phi Delta.

GATES, JOHNNIE C Durham

Business, A.B.

GAY, VERONICA A. Zebulon

Economics, A.B. Alpha Omicron Pi; Gotten Hall Treasurer; Student Counselor; Phi Beta Lambda; Women's Judiciary. Secre- tary; Women's Honor Council; Young Democrats Club, Society for the Advancement of Management.

GAYNOR, ARLENE J. Long Island, N.Y.

Grammar Education, B.S. Umstead Dormitory Secretary; Buccaneer: Newman Club; Student National Education Association.

GEDDY, HENRY M. Newport News, Va.

English A.B. Student Theatrical Productions.

GENTRY, HERMAN A. JR. Roxboro

Social Studies, B.S. East Carolina Historical Society; Physical Education Club; Philosophy Club; Psychology Club.

GIBBS, JAMES E. Lasker

Biology, B.S. Chowan College, Transfer Student.

GILL, SHURLEY L. Clinton

Grammar Education, B.S. Canterbury Club; Student National Education Associatio Association of Childhood Education.

High Point Senior Wins

GILLIKIN, HAYWOOD W. Goldsboro

English, A.B.

GLEASON, MARY J. Waynesboro, Va.

Mathematics, A.B. Alpha Omega Phi; WOmens Recreation Association; Mathematics Club.

GLISSON, LAWRENCE M. Hendersonville

Business Education, B.S. Pi Omega Pi; Phi Beta Lambda.

GOOCH, CATHERINE R. New Bern

Primary Education. B.S. Student Government Association, Senator; Jarvis Hall Presi- dent; President Women's Judiciary; Vice-President Garrett Hall; Association of Childhood Education; Student National Edu- cation Association; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

GOODWIN, STEPHEN R. Beaufort

Business Administration, A.B. Society for the Advancement of Management.

GOODWIN, WILLIAM E. Raleigh

Industrial Arts. B.S. Industrial Arts Club.

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GORDON, THOMAS D. Greenville

Chemistry-Pre-Medical, A.B. Pre-Medical Pre-Dental Society. President; Science Club, Vice- President; Sigma Tau Sigma; Baptist Student Union.

GRANT, GERALD L. Goldsboro

Psychology, A.B. Varsity Band; Marching Pirates; Psychology Club; Buccaneer Sports Car Club; Young Democrats Club.

GRAY, GLORIA U. LaGrange

Primary Education, B.S. Angel Flight, Historian; Phi beta Lambda.

GREENE, MARGARET E. Greenville

Grammar Education, B.S.

GRIFFIN, JAMES B. Marshville

Health and Physical Education, B.S.

GRIFFIN. PATRICIA E. Williamston

Home Economics, B.S. Women's Chorus; North Carolina Health Edu ciation; American Health Education Association.

GRIFFITH, MALCOLM P. Greenville

Business, B.S. Intramurals

C.U. Christmas Card Contest.

SENIORS

GRIMSLEY, CHESTLEY W. Fayetteville

History, A.B. History Club; Philosophy Club.

GURGANUS, PATRICIA F. Greenville

Primary Education, B.S.

GUY, DAN M. Fayetteville

Accountant;, A.B. Phi Sigma Pi; Delta Sigma Pi.

GWALTNEY, MILDRED V. New Bern

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Mathematics Club Young Democrats Club; Association for Childhood Edu cation; Majorette.

HACKNEY, BONNIE E. Asheville

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association.

HACKNEY, ELISA T. Enfield

Grammar Education, B.S. Stafford Junior College, Transfer Student.

HADDAD, SELIM J. Washington, D.C.

Business, B.S. Intramurals.

HADDOCK, LARUE D. Grimesland

Grammar Education, B.S.

HALL, DOROTHY A. Greenville

Spanish. A.B., B.S. Sigma Pi Alpha; WWWS.

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HAMMER. JOHN F. III Rockingham

History, B.S.

HAMMOND, JAMES T. Sailabury, Conn

Social Studies, B.S. Men's Glee Club; Newman Club; Inter-Dormitory Council, Judiciary Chairman.

HANES, DONALD L. High Point

Business, A.B. Society for the Advancement of Management, Circle K.

HARDEE, ROBERT M. Greenville

Geography, A.B. Gamma Theta Epsilon. Lambda Chi Alpha

HARDIN, SUSAN J. Lincroft, N.J.

Elementary Education, B.S. Student Government Association.

HARDISON, SMITH P. Arapahoe

English, A.B. Baptist Student Union.

Students patiently wait in line to get tickets for Ferrante and Teicher.

SENIORS

HARRELL, JUDITH T. Richmond, Va.

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Delta PI, Association for Childhood Educatoin; Panhellenic Social Committee.

HARRINGTON, EDGAR L. Greenville

Business Administration, A.B. College Union Committee; Freshman Swimming Team; Young Democrats Club; Theta Chi. Parliamentarian; State Student Legislature, Regional Convention; Assistant Treasurer of Student Government Association. Model United Nations Assembly.

HARRINGTON, RICKY T. Greenville

Chemistry, A.B. Arnold Air Society; Science Club; Varsity Track; Intramurals; Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps.

HARRINGTON, WILLIAM A. Ayden

Physical Education, B.S. Phi Epsilon Kappa; Physical Education Majors Club.

HARRIS, HAYWOOD D. Havelock

Math, B.S. Methodist Student Center; WWWS-AM/FM. Closed Cli Gamma Theta Upsilon; Hall Proctor- Jones Hall.

HARRIS, MARY CATHERIN Oriental

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Phi; Association for Childhood Education; Student National Education Association.

HARRIS, NANCY LEA Durham

Mathematics, B.S. Student National Education Association; Tau Sign- Vice President Wilson Dormitory.

HARRISON, ALBERT K. Ahoskie

Business, A.B. Phi Beta Lambda. Westminster Fellowship.

HARRISON, SYLVIA A. Grifton

English, B.S.

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HART, ELEANOR FRANCES Winterville

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Woman's Chorus; East Caro- linian, Buccaneer; Student Government Associatic Young Democrats Club; President of Garrett Ha Delta Zcta, Rush Chairman, Vice-President.

HARVELL, MARGARET M. Wallace

Social Studies, B.S. Woman's Recreation Association.

HASH, VERNA HORNBECK Berea, Ky.

Art, B.S.

HATCH, CHARLES M. Sanford

Business Administration, A.B. University of North Carolina, Transfer Student; Delta Sigma Pi; Young Democrats Club; Phi Beta Lambda.

SENIORS

HEAVER, CAROLYN BEAM Vale

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Lutheran Student Association, Vice-President, President; Inter-Religious Council.

HEDGECOCK, ROGER DALE Highpoint

Business, B.S. Basketball; Baseball.

HEDGEPETH, JUDITH C. Rocky Mount

Primary Education, B.S. Woman's Glee Club; National Education Association; Association For Childhood Education; Student Counselor; House Council.

HEDiMAN, SHIRLEY RUTH Wilmington, Del.

Sociology. A.B. Modern Dance Club; Sigma Tau Sigma.

HELMS, JESSE GORE, JR. Charlotte

Geography, A.B.

Camp Lejeune

HENRY, GIRTON EDWARD Art, B.S. Delta Phi Delta.

HERRING, ANNA N. Roseboro

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Student National Education Association.

HEWETT, DONNIE G. Shallotte

Grammar Education, B.S. Campbell College, Transfer; Young Democrats club; National Education Association; Aquanymphs; Alpha Omicron Pi.

HICKS, HOWARD MASON Greenville

Business Administration, B.S. Men's Glee Club.

HICKS, LETTLE DIANE Pikeville

Primary Education, B.S. Association For Childhood Education; Student National Education Association; Chapel Choir; Women's Chorus.

HILL, MEREDITH BYRD Kinston

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Phi Omicron; Student Counselor.

HINKLE, JOAN CAROL Thomasville

Business Administration, A.B.

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HOBGOOD, LINDA P. Greenville

Primary Education, B.S. Dormitory Officer; College Marshal.

HODGE, PAMELA R. Charlotte

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Edu- cation Association: Delta Zeta.

HODGES, JIMMY T. Washington

History, B.S. Baptist Student Union; Circle K Club; Young Democrats Club; Dormitory Officer; Student National Education Asso- ciation, Student Government. Senator.

HODGES, JOHN R. Greenville

Business, A.B.

HODGES, KATHERINE B. Washington

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Delta Pi, Scholarship Chairman; Young Democrats Club; Student National Education Association. National Edu- cation Association, East Carolinian.

HOFSTETTER, DIANA L. Fort Bragg

Business, A.B. Phi Beta Lambda, Young Democrats Club.

HOLBERT, RICHARD M. Greenville

Business Administration, B.S. Pi Omega Pi; Delta Sigma Pi, Assistant Treasurer, Treasurer, Chancellor.

HOLLAND, BENJAMIN F. Suffolk, Va.

Biology, A.B. Theta Chi.

East Carolina Begins 56th Academic Year.

HOLLAND, PATRICIA A. Warsaw

Social Studies, B.S. Student National Education Association; History Club.

HOLMES, JAMES L. Salem, N.J.

Business, B.S. Lambda Chi Alpha, House Manager, Pledge Trainer.

HOLT, CORNELIA G. Troy

Elementary Education, B.S. Varsity Cheerleader; Sigma Sigma Sigma. Rush Chaii cation Association; Buccaneer; Dormitory Officer.

HOLT, MICHAEL L. Alamance

Physical Education, B.S. Intramurals; Pi Kappa Phi; Physical Education Majors Club.

HONEYCUTT, NANCY J. Mooresville

History, B.S.

HOOKER, DOUGLAS H. Pilot Mountain

History, A.B.

HOOKER, LILLIAN N. Pilot Mountain

Music, B.M. College Marching Band; Symphonic Band; Majorette; Chapel Choir; Dormitory Counselor.

HOOKS, MARGARET D. Greenville

Nursing, B.S.N. Student Nurses Association; Kappa Delta; Westminster Fellowship.

HOOKS, MINNIE D. Selma

English, B.S. Sigma Tau Delta; Student National Education Association.

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HOOPER, BRENDA G. Yanceyville

Grammar Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Chapel Choir; Women's Glee Club, Secretary; Angel Flight; Executive Officer.

HOPKINS, JUDITH M. Lewes, Del.

Business Education, B.S. Pi Omega Pi: Phi Beta Lambda; Women's Choir; Stu- dent National Education Association.

HORTON, AIARY A. Durham

Primary Education, B.S. East Carolinian; Student National Education Association; Woman's Chorus.

HORTON, ROBERT V. Fayetteville

Business, B.S. Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Pi.

SENIORS

HOWARD, WALTER A. Jacksonville

Accounting, A.B.

HOWELL, CARLTON D. Halifax

Nursing, B.S.N. Student Nurses Association, Vice-President.

HOWELL, JACQULINE S. Franklin, Va.

Home Economics, B.S. Majorette; Home Economics Club; College Union;

HOWELL, JUDITH L. High Point

Social Studies, B.S. Student Government Association; Marshal; Student Na- tional Education Association; College Singers, Chapel Choir; Kappa Delta.

HOWERIN, WILLIAM L. Hobgood

Health and Physical Education, B.S. Physical Education Major's Club, Phi Epsilon Kappa.

HUDSON, CATHERINE E. Bensen

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Omicron Pi; Student National Educational Associ- ation; Library Club.

HUMPHERY, LINDA W. Kinston

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club.

HUNNICUT, MARY E. Morganton

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association.

HUNNING, LINDA R. Greenville

Grammar Education, B.S. Kappa Delta, Treasurer, President; President of Women Day Students, Student Government Association, Senator; North Carolina College Queen; Sigma Tau Sigma; Stu- dent National Education Association; WHO^S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

HUNTER, WAYLAND G. Hertford

Social Studies, B.S. Varsity Baseball; Physical Education Majors Club.

HUNTLEY, CAROL A. Wadesboro

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Association for Childhood Education.

HUTZLER, ALVIN B. Richmond, Va.

Business, A.B. Phi Beta Lambda; Society for the Advancement of Man- agement.

JAMES, HELEN P. Charlotte

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Association For Childhood Education; Young Democrats Club; Retel.

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IRVIN, JUDITH A. Seabord

Home Economics, B.S. Dormitory Officer; Home Economics Club; College Unio Committee.

IRVIN, LINDA R. Wilson

Chemistry. A.B. Science Club.

IVEY, LARRY T. Rich Square

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club; Epsilon Pi Tau, Treasurer.

JACKSON, BETTE H. Durham

Grammar Education. B.S. Baptist Student Union, Vice-President, Education Chair- man; Sigma Tau Sigma; Tau Sigma, Reporte National Education Association.

JACKSON, CHARLES T. Washington

Art, B.S. Student Theatrical Productions.

JACKSON, JAMES P. Goldsboro

Mathematics, B.S. Mathematics Club; King Youth Fellowship, Vice-President.

JACKSON, THELMA J. Robersonville

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Association For Childhood Education.

JACOBS, BRENDA A. Elizabeth City

Music, B.M.E. College Choir; Sigma Alpha Iota. Chaplain; Editor Choral Union; D.jrmitory Officer.

JAMES, EDNA L. Tarboro

Business, B.S. Pfeiffer College. Transfer Student

JENKINS, BARBARA C. Swansboro

Primary Education, B.S.

JENKINS, FLOYD P., JR. Snow Hill

Mathematics. A.B.

Towering construction e- quipment marks the rapid- ly changing skyline at East Carolina College.

JERNIGAN, MARILYN L. Godwin

Grammar Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Educati Education Association.

JERNIGAN, RAYMOND A. Selma

Business Administration, A.B.

JOHNSON, BARBARA J. Saint Pauls

Grammar Education, B.S. Alpha Omicron Pi; Student National Educ ation; Association for Childhood Educatic Recreation Association.

JOHNSON, BARBARA S. Fayetteville

English, A.B. Dormitory Counselor; Aquanymphs, Publicity Chairman.

JOHNSON, DIANNE C. King

Business, B.S. Student National Education Association; Alpha Omicron Pi, Rush Chairman. Song Leader; Phi Beta Lambda.

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JOHNSON, ELOISE A. Coats

Primary Education, B.S. Westminster Fellowship, Vice-Moderator; Women's Glee Club; Student National Education Association: Dormitory Officer.

JOHNSON, FRANCIS J. Alexandria, Va.

English, B.S

JOHNSON, JOSEPH T. Graham

Business, B.S. Pi Omega Pi; Delta Sigma Pi, Ideal Pledge, Professional Chairman, Vice-President.

JOHNSON, JOYCE B. Ivanhoe

Nursing, B.S.N.

JOHNSON, JOYCE I. North Wilksboro

Sociology, A.B. High Point College, Transfer Student.

JOHNSON, JUDITH C. Kinston

Music, B.M.E. College Choir; Chapel Choir; Choral Union; College Singers; Music Educators National Conference; Women's Honor Council; Sigma Alpha Iota, Treasurer, Sergeant-at-Arms; Junior Class

JOHNSON, MELONIE Madisonville

Social Studies, B.S. Alpha Omicron Pi, Historical Society. Historian; Student Na- tional Education Association.

SENIORS

JOHNSON. PEGGY J. Newton Grove

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association, Association for Childhood Education; Free Will Baptist Fellowship.

JOHNSON, ROBERT K. Hot Springs, Ark.

Education, B.S.

JOHNSTON, SHIRLEY A. Greenville

Primary Education, B.S.

JONES, BILLY F. Albertson

Mathematics, A.B. Mathematics Club; College Union COmmittee; Intr- murals, Director.

JONES, BRENDA M. Washington

Grammar Education, B.S. Varsity Band; Theatre Dance; Student National Edu- cational Association; Student North Carolina Educational

JONES. ERNEST W., JR. McLean, Va.

Business Administration, A.B.

JONES, GLENDA J. Mount Olive

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education, Officer; Student Na- tional Education Association.

JONES, JOHN G. Raleigh

Secondary Education, B.S. Sigma Nu, Young Democrats Club.

JONES, LINDA H. Havelock

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Educational Association.

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JONES, MICHAEL BISHOP Snow Hill

History, B.S.

JONES, ROBERT ALTON Swansboro

Industrial Arts, B.S. Theta Chi, Chaplain, Rush Chairman; Industrial Arts Club; Psychology Club; Young Democrats club,

JONES, WALTER LOUIS Randleman

Art, B.S. Art Club, Vice President; Delta Phi Delta; Phi Sigma Pi; College Artists, President; Rebel, Art Editor; Associated Artists of North Carolina; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

JORDAN, PHILIP T., JR. Mohegan, N.Y.

History, B.S. W.W.W.S.-F.M.: Air Force Resenc Officer Training Girp; Newman Club, Vice President; Young Democrats Club.

JOYNER, CAROL ANN Rocky Mount

Primary Education, B.S. Student Counselor; East Carolinian; Marshal; Junior Class, Secretary; Buccaneer; Association For Childhood Education; Student National Education Association; Co- Editor of The Key; Student Government Association, Budget Committee, External Affairs Committee; Alpha Phi, Philanthropy, Vice-President; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVER- SITIES AND COLLEGES.

JOYNER, DONALD REID Greenville

Business Administration, A.B. Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corp., Arnold Air Society, Executive Officer.

JOYNER, JILL COLVIN Vanceboro

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Cotton Hall, Vice-President.

JOYNER, MARGARET GAIL Rocky Mount

Art, B.S. College Artists Association; Delta Phi Delta; Student National Education Association.

KEEL, DONNA LORAINE

Grammar Education, B.S. East Carolinian.

KEEL, HAZEL TYNDALL

Mathematics, B.S. Math Club; Library Science Club; Student National Edu- cation Association.

KEEL, SAM AIMAN New Castel, Del.

Social Studies, B.S. Men's Glee Club; Phi Kappa Tau, Housi President; Men's Judiciary, Vice-Chair Honor Council; History Club; Orientation Counselor; Student National Education Association; Semper Fi- delis Society; Inter-Fraternity Council, Editor of Rush Pamphlet, Secretary; WHO'S WHO AMONG STU- DENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL- LEGES.

KEEN, JUDY ANNE Goldsboro

Business, A.B. Meredith College, Transfer; Buccaneer; Phi Beta Lambda; Young Democrats Club.

Dr. Arthur Schlesesinger Heads Campus Lecture Series for Winter Quarter.

KENT, LESLEY BRITTAIN Lancaster, Pa.

Grammar Education, B.S. Alpha Delta Pi, Ruch Chairman, Standards Chariman, Ex- ecutive Council; Cheerleader, Student Government Associa- tion, Senator; Woman's Honor Council, Secretary, Joint Honor Council; Panhellenic Treasurer; Student National Edu- cation Association; Woman's Choros.

KILLIAM, LINDA ELIZABETH Terrell

Mathematics, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma, President; Student Government Associ- ation, Senator, Entertainment Committee; College Marshal; Dean's Advisory Council; Chief Cheerleader; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

KILPATRICK, SHELBY M. Ivanhoe

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Phi Omicron; Kappa Delta Pi; Stu- dent National Education Association; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL- LEGES.

KIMMEL, JOSEPH JOCOBS Richmond, Va.

Science, A.B.

KINARD, BETTY JOHN Pantego

Art, B.S. College Artists Association; Student National Education Association; Baptist Student Union; Summer Officer; College Union; Publicity Committee, Fine Democrats Club; National Society of Interior Designers.

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KING, NORA J. Bear Creek

Home Economics, B.S. Student Counselor; Home Economics Club.

KINLAW, DANIEL V. Fayetteville

Grammar Education. B.S.

KIRKLAND, JOSEPH B., JR. Petersburg, Va.

History, A.B. Arnold Air Society; Historical Society, Vice-President; West- minster Fellowship, Vice-Moderator; WWWS-FM; Interdormi-

KLINGMAN, CHARLES R. Raleigh

Business, A.B. Phi Beta Lambda.

KNOWLES, IDA S. New Bern

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta; Student National Education Association.

LAMB, BYAS C., JR. New Bern

Business, A.B. Society for the Advancement of Management.

LAMBETH, DORIS J. High Point

History, B.S. Dormitory Officer; Alpha Phi, Pledge Class Vice-President, Social Chairman; Vice-President of Pledge Training.

Russian Dancers Perform on Campus.

LAMM, DONNA S. Bailey

Primary Education, B.S. Young Republicans Club, Student National Education Association.

LAMM, LEVERNA E. Elizabeth City

English, B.S. Student National Education Association; Kappa Delta Pi.

LAND, HENRY H. Winston-Salem

Business Administration, A.B.

LAND, HOWARD D., JR. Newport News, Va.

Business Administration, A.B. Delta Sigma Pi; Air Force Officer Training Corps, Drill Team.

LANDIN, CAROLYN A. Elm City

Business, B.S. Student National Education Association; Phi Beta Lambda; Alpha Omicron Pi, Recording Secretary. Corresponding Secretary; House Council, Dormitory Officer.

LANE, HILDA A. Washington

Business, B.S. Pi Omega Pi; Student Counselor.

LANGDON, BARBARA A. Angier

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Alpha Xi Delta. Schola Chairman; Corresponding Secretary.

LANGDON, NANCY R. Smithfield

Physical Education, B.S. Physical Education Majors Club; Women's Recreation Association, Vice-PResident, President.

LANGSTON, FREDERICK M. Fayetteville

Business, A.B. Delta Sigma Pi.

LANIER, WILLIAM L., JR. Wilmingotn

Business Administration, A.B.

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LANNING, KERMIT P. Lexington

Pre-Law, A.B. History Club; Young Republicans Club.

LARSON, JAYNE K. Pittsburgh, Pa.

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association.

LASSITER, CAROLE A. Ayden

Grammar Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Edu- cation Association; North Carolina Educatic

LASSITER, JANICE F. Smithfield

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association.

LASSITER, PAUL F., JR. Colerain

Business, B.S.

LASSITER, RUSSELL L. Colerain

Business Administration, A.B.

LASSITER, TED A. Edenton

Physical Education, B.S. Freshman Football; Varsity Football Manager; Phi Epsilon Kapppa; Young Democrats Club; Weight Lifting Club; Physical Education Majors Club.

LAUGHTER, JANICE I. Greenville

Education, B.S. Woman's College, Transfer Student; Kappa Delta, Treasurer; Student National Education Association; Buccaneer; East Caiolinian.

SENIORS

LAWRENCE, KERMIT W., JR. Greenville

Geography, A,B.

LAW, WILLIAM G. Bayside, N.Y.

History, A.B. Philosophy Club; History Club; Intramurals.

LAYNE, MARY H. Smithfield

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student Education Association; Women's Recreation Association.

LAZUR, JOHN J. Tamoqua, Pa.

Business, B.S.

LEARY, ALEX H. Shiloh

Social Studies, B.S.

LEARY, EVA L. Shilol

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Phi Omicron, Tau Sigma

LEARY, WAYNE S. Gregory

Mathematics, A.B.

LECOUR, ROBERT E. Basking Ridge, N.J

Physical Education, B.S. Phi Epsilon Kappa, Secretary; InterDormitory Council Treasurer; Varsity Cross-Country; Varsity Indoor Track Gymnastic Club; Weight lifting Club; Men's Glee Club Physical Education Majors Club; Senior Class Treasurer Dormitory Officer, Student Government Representative

LEE, DOLORIS P. Polkton

Home Economics, B.S.

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"These College Union Birth- day Parties really amaze me."

LEE, JULIUS DONOR Dunn

Business, A.B. College Choir; King Youth Fellowship, President.

LEE, LOU CAROLYN Four Oaks

Grammar Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Education Association.

LEE, LLA JANE Four Oaks

Home Economics, B.S. KINGS Youth Fellowship; Woman's Chorus; Home Eco- nomics Club. Secretary; Student National Education As- sociation; Wilson Hall Social Chairman.

LEFTWICH, JAMES W., JR. Vinton, Va.

Health and Physical Education, B.S. Fellowship of Christian Athletics; Varsity Football.

LEGGETT, DONNA Y. Oxford

Home Economics, B.S. Secretary of Freshman Class; Vice-President of Sophomore Class; Student Counselor; Student Government Associ- ation. Senator; Co-Editor of '53 Buccaneer: Home Eco- nomics Club; Student National Education Association; Baptist Student Union.

LEGGETT, MARTHA ELIZABETH Hobgood

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Tau Sigma; Student National Education Association.

LEMONS, HYACINTH V. Mebane

Primary Education, B.S. National Education Association; Association of Young Democrats Club; Women's Chorus.

LEO, ALFRED FRANK Hewiett, N.Y.

Psychology, A.B. Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps, Arnold Air Society.

LETCHER, CLAYTON O. Edenton

Psychology, A.B. Young Democrats Club; Psychology Club.

LEWIS, LYLE BURWELL Havelock

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club, Treasurer; Epsilon Pi Tau, Secre- tary.

LEWIS, MARY RUTH Winnabow

Home Economics, B.S, Wilmington College, Transfer Student; Home Economics Club.

LEWIS, RUBIE JACOB, JR. Clinton

Art; B.S. Chowm College. Transfer Student; Varsity Football.

LEWIS, STARR SHERMAN High Point

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Association For Child- hood Education.

LIMER, LARRY Warrenton

History, B.S. Young Democrats Club; Historical Society; National Railway Historical Society; Student Government Association, Senator; Men's Honor Judiciary Council; WWWS-FM; Eail Carnlinun

LIVINGSTON, ELSA RUTH White Oak

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club.

LIVINGSTON, ROBERT D. Newport News, Va.

History, A.B. Air Force Reserve Officer Officers Training Corps; Drill Team; Arnold Air Society.

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LOCKAMY, ALFRED HENRY Burham

English, B.S. Louisburg College; Transfer Student.

LONG, JEROME MYRON Stratford, N.J.

History, B.S. History Club: Gamma Theta Upsilon.

LONG, KATHRYN WOOD Elizabeth City

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Association of Child- hood Education; Women's Glee Club; Student Counselor; Baptist Student Union.

LUCAS, NANCY JEAN Wilmington

Grammar Education, B.S. Wilmington College, Transfer; Student National Education Association.

LUCAS, WILLIAM SHERMAN Lucama

Business, B.S.

LUMPKINS, MARY A. O. Oxford

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Student Counselor.

LYBRAND, W. MARTIN Marietta, S.C

Physical Education, B.S.

Seniors Anticipate May Graduation

MADDOX, BARBARA SUE Sanford

Grammar Education, B.S. Alpha Phi, Chaplain. Student Counselor; Student Na- tional Education Association; Association of Childhood Education; Women's Recreational Association; Student Government Association. Day Student Legislaturer.

MADRIN, MARILYN JONES Elizabeth City

Grammar Educatipn, B.S. Alpha Phi; National Education Association North Caro- lina Education Association; Student National Education Association.

MAHAM, JAMES EDWARD Charlotte

Industrial Arts and Business, B.S. LEES-McRAE College, Transfer Student; Inter-Dormitory Council; Floor Representative, Most Outstanding Member Floor Manager, Dormitory Court, Vice-President, Presi- dent; Men's Judiciary; Honor Council; Dean's Ad- visory Council; Industrial Arts Club; Student Govern- ment Association. Orientation Councilor, Sum- mer School President. Regular Term President; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNI- VERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

MAIER, HAROLD J., JR. Belmont

Social Studies, B.S. Belmont Abbey, Transfer Student.

MAJETTE, WILLIAM CARLTON Yorktown, Va.

Chemistry, A.B. Transfer Student.

MALLONEE, MARCIA C. Candler

Primary Education, B.S. Asheville-Biltmore College, Transfer Student; Student Na- tional Educational Association.

MANGUM, KAY FRANCES Monroe

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Woman's Chore

MANN, TERESA LYNN New Bern

Grammar Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; North Carolina Education Association; National Education Associatio Student Counselor.

MANNING, BERTHA JANE Middlesex

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Education Association.

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MANSFIELD, ERVIN E. Hertford

Social Studies, B.S. Varsity Track; Intramurals.

MANTOOTH, BRENDA C. Goldsboro

Grammar Education, B.S. Tau Sigma, Secretary; Student National Education Associ- ation; Association for Childhood Education; Student Coun- selor: Dormitory Officer.

MANUEL, JESSE W., JR. Draper

Business Administration, A.B. Sigma Nu, Chaplain; Men's Glee Club.

MARBRY, BRENDA P. Albemarle

Mathematics, B.S. House Council; Womens Chorus; Wesley Foundation Council; Mathematics Club.

MARECHAL, DEANNA J. Roanoke

Psychology, A.B. Averett Junior College, Transfer Student; Woma: Club; Cantebury Club.

MARKUM, DONNA M. Norfolk

Art, B.S. Varsity Cheerleader, Student National Education As- sociation; Association for Childhood Education; Col- lege Artists Association; Deans Advisory Council; Wom- ens Judiciary Council; Womens House Council; Stu- dent Government, Representative.

MARR, SHELIA C. Garner

History, B.S.

MARTIN, CHARLIE M. Cerro Gordo

Physical Education, B.S. Junior Class, Vice President; Circle K Club, Secretary, Board of Directors; Pi Kappa Phi, Secretary, President; Student Counselor: Physical Education Majors Club; Inter- Fraternity Council, Representative.

MARTIN, DIANE S. Wilmington. Del.

Business Education, B.S. Pi Omega Pi; Baptist Student Union; Womens Recreation Association; Dormitory Officer.

MARTIN, JAMES T., JR. Haw River

Mathematics, B.S. Pi Kappa Phi, Historian; Young Democrats Club; Circle K Club; Student National Education Association; Mathe- matics Club; Student Government, Senator.

SENIORS

MARTIN, JOSEPH M. Charlotte

Music, B.M. Varsity Band; Symphonic Band, President; Dance Ba Orchestra, President; Choral Union Marching Band, Pres- ident; Phi Mu Alpha, Music Director.

MARTIN, ROBERT L., JR. Wilson

Mathematics. B.S. Mathematics Club; Young Democrats Club.

MASON, CHARLES L. Virginia Beach, Pa

Business Administration, A.B.

MASON, JACK M., JR. Wilmington

History, B.S. Cantebury Club; Philosophy Club; Young Democrats Club.

MASON, KENNETH R. Tarboro

Business Administration. A.B. Louisburg College, Transfer Student; Delta Sigma Pi.

MASSENGILL, EDNA L. Four Oaks

Grammar Educ Student National Education Association; Association for Child- hood Education.

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MASSEY, DAVID E. Ahoskie

Business, A.B. Phi Beta Lambda

MATTHEWS, JUDITH A. Williamston

Primary Education, B.S. Wilmington College, Transfer Student; Association For Childhood Education; Student National Education Associ- ation; Women's Chorus.

MAUNEY, FRED D. Shelby

Psychology, A.B. Psychology Club; Gardner-Webb College, Transfer Stu- dent.

MAYO, CLAYTON B. chocowinity

Business, A.B.

MAYS, FREDERICK W. Newport News, Va.

History, B.S. Student National Education Association; Baptist Student Union, Executive Council; Young Democrats Club.

McCASKILL, CLARENCE H. Candor

Business, B.S. The Key, Managing Editor; College Union, Reporter Chairman Special Projects Committee; Phi Beta Lambda Dean's Advisory Council; Senior Class. Vice-President Westminster Fello-wship; Young Friends; Young De mocrals Club; Student National Education Association North Carolina Volunteers; WHO'S WHO AMONG AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

McCLENEY, FRANCES A. Chadbourn

English, Library Science, B.S. Womens Glee Club; Library Club; Baptist Student Union; Student National Edcuation Association; North Carolina English Teachers Association; Student Counselor.

SENIORS

McCLENNY, JOHN W. Goldsboro

Mathematics, B.S. Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps, Drill Team Group Commander, Arnold Air Society.

McCOMBS, DORIS A New Bern

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association.

McCULLEN, MARIANA S. Faison

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Education Association.

McGEE, JERRY E. Rockingham

Health and Physical Education, B.S. Physical Education Majors Club; Phi Epsilon Kappa; Psychology Club; Intramurals, Official, Most Valuable Player; Varsity Baseball; Young Democrats Club.

McGOVERN, PATRICIA C. Wilmington

Social Studies, B.S. Young Democrats Club, Student National Education As- sociation.

McGOWAN, MARTHA C. Greenville

Primary Education, B.S. Chi Omega; Young Democrats Club; National Education Association.

McILWEAN, BURNESS A. New Bern

Physical Education, B.S. Physical Education Majors Club; North Carolina Associ- ation of Health Physical Education and Recreation, State Secretary; Alpha Phi. Activities Chairman; Aquanymphs Secretary-Treasurer.

Symphonic Band Takes 12th Annual Tour.

McINTIRE, MARY S. Rich Square

Primary Education, B.S. Womens Chorus.

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McINTOSH, JAMES V. Atlantic

Industrial Arts, B.S. Mars Hill College, Transfer Student: Alpha Phi Omega, His- torian, Sergeant-at-Arms; Industrial Arts Club; North Carohna Industrial Arts Association; American Industrial Arts Associ-

McINTIRE, RUBY E. Ivanhoe

Mathematics, B.S. Mathematics Club; Chi Beta Phi; Student Counselor.

McKENZIE, ELIZABETH J. Southern Pines

Art, B.S. Art Club; Kappa Delta, Historian, Educational Chairman; Pan- hellenic Representative Scholarship Chairman, Recording Secretary; Woman's Honor Council, Vice-President, Secretary; Joint Honor Council, Secretary; Student Government Associatit Chairman Improvement Committee; Buccaneer.

McKINNEY, PRISCILLA C. New York, N.Y.

English, B.S.

New York, N.Y.

McKINNON, SCOTT Wrightsville Beach

Business Administration, A.B. Wilmington College, Transfer Student; Society for the Advance- ment of Management, Secretary.

McLEAN, JAMES H. Maxton

Social Studies, B.S. Young Democrats Club; Student National Education Association; History Club.

McLEMORE, DAVID A., JR. Garland

History, A.B. Philosophy Club; WWWS-FM, Program Director.

McMINN, HIRAM D. Claymont, Del.

Business Administration, A.B.

SENIORS

MEARES, KAY F. Fair Bluff

English, B.S. Sigma Tau Delta. Vice-President, President; Baptist Student Union; Student National Education Association.

MEE, THOMAS C. Raleigh

Industrial Arts, B.S. Publications Board; Drill Team; Industrial Arts Club.

MEEKS, KERDIS E. Fayetteville

Physical Education, B.S. Student National Educational Association; Physical Education Majors Club, Treasurer.

MELTON, VIRGINIA A. Greenville

French, B.S. Meredith College, Transfer Student; Sigma Sigma Sigma.

MERCER, SANDRA C. Lucoma

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club, Reporter.

MEWBORN, ROBERT D. Snow Hill

Geography, A.B. Gamma Theta Epsilon.

MEWBORN, SANDRA F. Rocky Mount

English, B.S. Women's Glee Club.

MICHAEL, GREGORY G. Silver Spring, Md.

English, B.S. Chi Omega. Historian, House Council, Student National Education Association, Sophomore Class Secretary.

MIDGETT, JEFFREY G. Nags Head

Business Administration, A.B. Delta Sigma Pi.

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MIDGETTE, EVAN JAMES Elizabeth City

Psychology, A.B. Psychology Club; Philosophy Club.

MILAZZO, SAMMIE J. Broadway

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association.

MILLER, BARBARA A. Greenville

French, A.B., B.S. Sigma Pi Alpha.

MILLER, M. CAROLYN Lakeland, Fla.

Psychology, A.B. East Carolinian; Psychology Club; Young Democrats Club; Alpha Delta Pi; Women s Recreational Association, Rep- resentative.

Ferrante and Teicher Perform on ECC Campus.

MILLER, LINWOOD R. Bethel, Del.

Business, A.B. Goldey Beacom, Transfer Student.

MILLER, MARILYN R. Rockingham

Art, B.S. Alpha Delta Pi; National Society of Interior Designers, Vice-President.

MILLER, ROBERT P., JR. Salisbury

Business Administration, A.B. Society for Advancement of Management, Vice-President. President; Circle K Club, Vice-President; Honor Coun- cil. Attorney General; Men's Judiciary, ViceChairman Young Democrats Club; Dormitory Counselor; Orientation Counselor; WHO'S WHO AMONG AMERICAN UNI VERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

MILLIKAN, NANCY D. Randleman

Primary Education, B.S. University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Trar Student; Kappa Delta. Secretary; Student National Edu- cation Association. Student Improvement Committee.

MILLIKIN, PATRICIA A. Weldon

Primary Education, B.S. Cheerleader.

MILLS, HAROLD J. Greenville

Business Education, B.S. King Youth Fellowship.

MITCHELL, JOHN P. Charlottesville, Va.

Mathematics, A.B.

MIZE, KENNETH E. Kinston

English, B.S.

MIZELL, ARLEN E. Williamston

Physical Education, B.S. Physical Education Majors Club; Theta Chi.

MOBLEY, SANDRA F. Williamston

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Education Association.

MODLIN, FLORENCE E. Williamston

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Education Association.

MODLIN, LOLA G. Jamesville

Science, B.S. Student National Education Association.

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MODLIN, RACHEL Jamesville

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Association for Child- hood Education.

MONTICONE, WILLIAM G. Washington, D.C.

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club; Phi Epsilon Pi; Epsilon Pi Tau.

MOORE, DENNIS A. Emporia, Va

Physical Education, B.S.

MOORE, ELSIE M. Kinston

English, B.S. Eajl Carolinian: Baptist StudentvUnion; Student National Edu. cation Association.

MOORE, EUGENE W. Sumpter, S.C.

Music. B.M. College Choir; College Singers; Chapel Choir, President; Music Educators National Conference; Baptist Student Union; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. Historian.

MOORE, LINDA R. Salisbury

Primary Education, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma; Theta Chi Dream Girl

MOORING, BILLY R. Statonsburg

Mathematics, B.S. Mathematics Club, Intramurals.

MOORING, RUBELLE S. Maury

Grammar Education, B.S.

SENIORS

MORGAN, EMORY H., JR. Bergenfield, N.J.

Mathematics, B.S. Mathematics Club; Engineer Club, Vice-President.

MORRIS, EMMA F. Creswell

English, B.S. Library Science Club; Sigma Tau Delta, Vice-President; Women's Chorus; Young Democrats Club.

MORRIS, FRANCES A. Asheboro

Physical Education, B.S. Physical Education Majors Club; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Student Counselor.

MORRISON, WILMA J. Washington, D.C.

Primary Education, B.S. Buccaneer; Dormitory Officer; Appalachian State Teachers College, Transfew Student.

MOSTELLER, JAMES N. Morganton

Business Administration, B.S.

MOULTON, RALPH D., JR. Virginia Beach, Va.

Business, A.B.

MUDGE, NANCY E. Fuquay Springs

Art, B.S.

MULL, NANCY A. Morgaton

Mathematics, B.S. Mathematics Club; Student National Education Assoc Band; Marching Pirates; Young Democrats Club.

MULLIS, CHARLES W. Charlotte

Business Administration, A.B.

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MURPHY, CARTER LEWIS Petersburg, Va.

Science, B.S. Air Force Reserve Officer Araining Corps; Floor Manager. Math Club.

MURRAY, JUDITH M. Virginia Beach, Va.

History, B.S. Radford College, Transfer Student.

MURRAY, PATRICIA LEE Silver Springs, Md.

Art, B.S.

MUSTIAN, MONROE D. Warrenton

Business, B.S. Society for the Advancement of Management: Men's Judiciary, Summer School.

NAYLOR, DORIS LYNN Dunn

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; National Student Education Association; Womans Chorus.

NEILSON, CHARLES D., JR. Wilmington

English, B.S. Wilmington, College, Transfer Student.

NESBIT, MARCIA HUDSON Salisbury

Nursing, B.S.N. Ragsdale Hall, President; Honor Council; Alpha Xi Delta. Assistant Treasurer, President of Pledge Class; East Carolina Student Nurses Association.

NEWELL, LESSIE JEAN S. Elizabeth City

English, & French, A.B. & B.S.

NEWELL, BARBARA LEE Elizabeth City

Business, A.B.

NEWHOUSE, BARBARA N. Florham Park, N.J.

Primary Education, B.S. National Student Education Association, Association for Childhood Education. Womens Chorus, House Coun- cil.

NEWTON, ANNE C. WOLFE Rehoboth, DeL

Business, B.S. Choral Union.

NEWTON, IRIS Bayboro

English, B.S. Student National Education Association; Sigma Tau Delta: Young Democrats Club.

NICHOLSON, JAS DAVID Lumberton

Industrial Arts, Industrial Arts Club.

SENIORS

NITTOL, RONALD Elizabeth, N.J.

History, B.S. W.W.W.S.-F.M.; W.W.W.S.T.V.; Broadcasting Guild Presi- dent, Vice-President; Summer School Student Government As- sociation, Entertainment Committee; Student Theatrical Pro- dcutions.

NORMAN, THOMAS W., JR. Roper

Science, A.B. Baseball Team

NORMAN, WILLIAM G., JR. Greenville

Business, A.B. Theta Chi.

NORRIS, ANDREA HARRIS Ayden

Social Studies, B.s.

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NORRIS, SUE ANN Tabor City

Primary Education, B.S. Vice-President of Women's Hall; Glee Club; Women's Chorus. Association of Child- hood Education; National Student Educational Association; National Education Association; Student Counselor; Women's Recreation Association.

NORTHCOTT, NANCY LOU Colerain

Primary Edcuation, B.S. Student National Education Association.

NORTHINGTON, ROBERT JR. New Bern

Industrial Arts, B.S.

NORWOOD, GEORGE D. Greenville

Social Studies, B.S. Gamma Theta Upsilon

NUNN, MUCHAEL ANTHONY Kinston

Business, A.B.

OAKLEY, SARA E. Greenville

Primary Education, B.S. Kappa Delta, National Educational Association.

O'CAIN, GEORGIA LOU Hendersonville

Art, A.B. College, Artists Association, Delta Phi Delta, President; Slay Dormitory; Women's Judiciary; Dean's Advisory Council; National Society of Interior Designers.

OGBURN, TIMOTHY C. Garner

Business, B.S.

O'HANLON, EDWARD W. Fayetteville

Special Education, B.S. Theta Chi, Historian.

OKERSTROM, NANCY SUE Lake Worth, Fla.

English, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma; National Edcuational Association.

OLIVE, ELIZA GRAHAM Winterville

Mathematics, A.B., B.S. Math Club; Student National Educational Association; Young Democrats Club, Chi Beta Phi.

OLSEN, EDWIN ROBERT Greenwich, Conn.

History b.S. Lambda Chi Alpha.

OSBORNE, CAROLYN FAYE Pinetown

Enslish, B.S. Dean's List; Honor Roll; Sigma Tau Delta; Free Will Baptist Fellowship; Student National Education Association; Junior Na- tional Council of Teachers of English.

OSTWALT, CHARLOTTE H. Raleigh

Primary Education, B.S. Young Democrats Club; Student Natior ciation; Womens Recreation Association.

OVERMAN, RAYMOND DALE Goldsboro

Math, B.S. Math Club.

OWEN, DOUGLAS WEBB Gastonia

Business Administration, A.B.

OWEN, WILLIAM F. Angier

Physical Education, B.S. Physical Education Majors Club, Intramural Sports.

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PACE, IDA P. Durham

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Baptist Student Union; Phi Omi- cron. President.

PADGETT, J. AARON Maple Hill

Biology, B.S. Chi Beta Phi; Edinboro State College, Transfer Student.

PAGE, JUDITH R. Greenville

Primary Education, B.S. Chi Omega; Student National Education Association.

PARKER, CHARLES C. Danville, Va

Psychology, A.B. Marching Band; Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps.

PARIS, BRYANT D. Haw River

Psychology, A.B Young Democrats Club.

PARISHER, VERA D. Camden

English, B.S. Student National Education Association; East Carolinian.

PARKER, MARIAN I. Gates

Nursing, B.S.N.

PARKER, MARY L. Washington

Business, B.S.

PARKS, CAROLYN L. Henderson

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Association for Childhood Education.

PARRISH, BILLIE W. Louisburg

Home Economics, B.S. Delta Zeta, Social Chairman, Panhellenic Delegate; Home Economics Club; Pi Kappa Phi Rose Queen; House

Cheerleaders Sell 95 Crates of

SENIORS

PARRISH, FRANCES B. Greenville

Elementary Education, B.S.

PARRISH, GEORGE W. Greenville

Sociology, A.B.

PARROTT, ROBERT D. Oxford

Business, A.B.

PASCAL, STEPHANIE E. Raleigh

Nursing, B.S.N. Nurses Club; Alpha Xi Delta; Cantebury Club; Student Government, Special Events Committee; Freshman Class Treasurer.

PATE, HILDA R. Snow Hill

English, B.S. Kappa Delta Pi; Student National Education Association.

PATE, JUDITH B. Williamston

Primary Education, B.S.

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PATE, SHYRLYNN A. Burlington

Elementary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association, Hall Proctor-Wilson Hall.

PATRICK, EVELYN D. Shawboro

Music Education, B.M.E: Baptist Student Union; Chorus Director. President, Treasurer; Chapel Choir; College Choir; Choral Union; Music Educators National Conference; Garrett Dormitory. Vice-President.

PATTERSON, CARLYLE B. Thomasville

Business Education, B.S.

PATTERSON, JOHN AVEY Wytheville. Va.

Music, B.M.E. Music Educators National Conference; Varsity Band; Phi Mu Alpha; Treasurer; Recording Secretary; Marching Pirates; Sym- phonic Band; Student Theatrical Productions.

PATTERSON, MARTHA ANN Charlotte

Primary Education, B.S.

PATTERSON, MARTHA KAY Carthage

History, B.S. Physical Education Majors Club; North Carolina Association Health. Physical Education and Recreation; Women's Recreatit Association; Student National Education Association,

PAUL, IRA BRYAN Washington

Psychology, B.S. Psychology Club; Physical Edcution Majors Club; Circle K Club; Buccaneer, Staff.

Tangerines to Boost Bowl Spirit.

PAUL, PATRICIA E. Bethesda, Md.

Physical Education, B.S. Womans Recreation Association, Sigma, Sigma, Sig: Eiift Carolinijn, Advertising Manager; Student Govt ment Association. Senator; Physical Education Ma Club.

PAYLOR, HARRIETT LEE Ayden

Primary Education, B.S. Aquanymphs. Publicity Chairman; Vice-President. Jarvis Dormitory; Student National Education Association; Association of Childhood Education; Young Democrats Club; President; Jar\is Dormitory-.

PAYNE, GLENN NORMAN Lexington

Spanish, A.B.

PAYNE, JUDY M. Fuquay-Varina

Elementary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association.

PEARCE, DWIGHT WAYNE Norlina

English, B.S. Rebel, Poetry Editor, Copy Editor; Associate Editor; East Carolina Playhouse; Student Government Association Pro- ductions Committtee Chairman; East Carolina College Poe- try Forum.

PEARSON, ROBERT A. Charlotte

Industrial Arts, B.S. Inter-dormitory Council Representative; Chess Club, In- dustrial Arts Club.

PECK, WILLIAM EDWIN Norfolk, Va.

History, A.B. East Carolinian, News Editor, Photographer, Associate Editor, Editor; Circle K Club, Men's Honor Council, Publ Defender; Men's Judiciary, Vice-Chairman; Day Studei Senator. National Student Association, Co-ordinator, N; tional Convention; Sigma Tau Sigma, President; Dean Advisory Council.

PEEDIN, LINDA ANN Micro

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Education Association.

PEEDIN, REBECCA GAIL Smithfield

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club.

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PEELE, MARY EMMA Williamston

Art, A.B. Home Economics Club; Art Club; National Society of Interior Designers, Secretary.

PEELE, NANCY ELEANOR Lewiston

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Edcua- tion Association.

PENUEL, BOBBY GLENN Grifton

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club.

PERDUE, JAMES MAURICE Louisburg

English, B.S.

PERKINS, FLORENCE L. Gatesville

English, B.S. Library Club: English Club; North Carolina Education; Associ- ation.

PERRY, PEGGY FISCHER Lynchburg

Spanish, B.S. Deans Advisory Council; Student Government Association; Urn- stead Hall President; Women's Judiciary; Student Counselor; Sigma Pi Alpha. Vice-President, President; Sigma Tau Sigma. Secrctar>', Treasurer; Student National Education Association; Psychology Club.

PETERS, WAYNE ARNOLD Richmond, Va.

Geography, A.B.

PETERSON, SARAH G. Raleigh

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Ragsdale 1 tary-Treasurer, House Council; Delta Zeta; House Manager; Woman's Judiciary.

SENIORS

PHILLIPS, CAROLYN M.F. Fayetteville

Grammar Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Edcuation President; Student National Education Associa- tion, State Corresponding Secretary; Angel Flight; College Union, Social Committee.

PHILLIPS, LARRY LEE Fayetteville

Business, B.S. Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, Arnold Air Society; Editor of Tiger, Drill Team, Student Theatrical Producations.

PINNION, DOROTHY LEE New London

Business Education, B.S.

POOLE, ERIC LYNN High Point

Geography, A.B.

POPE, WILLIAM TROY Lucama

Chemistry, A.B.

PORTER, CHARLES A. Elizabeth City

Music, B.M.E. WWWS-FM, Manager; Campus Orchestra.

POWELL, BEVERLY MEADE Greenville

Kappa Delta Pi

POWELL, DANIEL A. Rocky Mount

Business Administration, A.B.

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POWELL, MARY K. Raleigh

Primary Education, B.S. Commander Angel Flight: Marching Band; Varsity Band Choral Union.

PRICE, ANNA K. Monroe

Business, B.S. Student National Education Association; Phi Beta Lambda President; Student Counselor.

PRICE, PEGGY J. Mount Olive

Primary Education, B.S, Student National Education Association; Association fo Childhood Education, Secretary; Free Will Baptist Fellow ship.

PRIDGEN, JOSEPH H. Warsaw

Accounting, A.B.

PRIDGEN, JUDY C. Pinetops

English, B.S. Student National Education Association; Junior Member National Council of Teachers of English; Sigma; Junior Member North Carolina Engl Women's Chorus.

PRIVETTE, JUDITH M. Zebulon

Elementary Education, B.S. Home Economics Club; Student National Education As- sociation.

PROUT, REBECCA S. Durham

English, B.S.

PUGH, ANN G. New Bern

English, B.S.

PURYEAR, CHARLES C. Greenville

History, A.B.

PURYEAR, FRANKLIN G. Greenville

Accounting, A.B. Phi Sigma Pi.

PUSSER, HERMAN L. West End

Science, B.S.

QUEEN, MARGARET J. Washington, D.C.

Business, A.B. Phi Beta Lambda.

QUINN, COLON K. Warsaw

Business, A.B. Varsity Football, Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

RADFORD, LYNDA F. Goldsboro

Primary Education, B.S Association for Childhood Education Education Association; House Council.

RAGSDALE, JEWELL L. Raleigh

English, B.S. Publicity Committee.

RAGLAND, KAY M. Creswell

Business Administration, A.B.

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RAYNOR, WILLIAM M. Lakeland, FL

Business, A.B. Delta Sigma Pi, Ideal Pledge. Historian. President; Junior Class Senator; Summ School Day Student Senator; Board of Directors. 1964 Buccaneer Qi

REAVIS, GID MACON JR. Warrenton

Mathematics, B.S.

REBER, THOMAS EDWARD nazareth, Pa.

Psychology, A.B. Pi Kappa Alpha, Rush Chairman, House Manager; Inter-Fraternity Council Represent- ative. Rush Chairman; Psychology Club.

REEVES, BETTY JANE Hallsboro

Business Education, B.S. Women's Glee Club

REGELMANN, KENNETH E. Newport News, Va.

Business Accounting, A.B.

REGES, ROGER DIXON Red Oak

Physical Education, B.S. Varsity Basketball.

REICHELDERFER, ELAINE Orwigsburg, Pa.

Business, B.S.

RESPESS, SARAH A. Bath

Mathematics, B.S. Math Club, Women's Recreation Association, Student National Education Association.

RESSEGUIE, GEORGE Fayetteville

Business Administration, A.B. Pi Kappa Phi, Treasurer, Intramural Chairman, Publicity Chairman; Circle K Club; Freshman Swimming, Orientation Counselor, Air Force Reserve Officer Training

RHODES, STALLS SANDRA Washington

English, B.S. Social Chairman of Umstead Hall, President of Garrett Hall, House Commi Advisory Council, Women's Judiciary.

RICH, SYBIL JO Bladenboro

Elementary Edcuation, B.S. Student National Education Association, Dean's List, Honor Roll.

RIDEOUT, PEGGY LEE Mebane

Nursing Education, B.S.N. Studetn Nurses Association.

RIDOUTT, SANDRA H. New Bern

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Delta Pi. Student National Edw Meredith College, Transfer Student.

RIGSBEE, ARNOLD WAYNE Chapel Hill

Business, A.B.

RIGSBEE. DOROTHY D. Kinston

Primary Education, B.S.

RILEY, JAMES OGBURN Annapolis, Md.

RITCHIE, JUDITH MAE Greenville

Business Education, B.S. Alpha Omicron Pi; Student National Education Association, Phi Beta Lambda.

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RITTER, ALAN W. Ahoskie

Malhemalics, B.S. Mathematics Club; Young Democrats Club; Varsity Track; Alpha Phi Omega; Historian; Student Government; Sen-

ROBBINS, EVERETTE A. Goldsboro

Business Administration, B.S.

ROBBINS, JOHNNIE M., JR. Norfolk. Va

Social Studies, B.S.

ROBERSON, RICHARD J. Robersonville

Science, B.S. Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps; Arnold Air Society, Commander; Color Guard.

ROBERSON, WILLIAM F. Durham

Accounting, A.B. Baptist Student Union, Treasure Alpha Beta Gamma; Alpha Phi Omega, Chaplain, Varsity Golf.

ROBERTS, IRWIN C, JR. Jacksonville

Physical Education, B.S. Kappa Alpha; Freshman Football; Physical Educatioi Majors Club.

ROBERTSON, JAMES M. Charlotte

Biology, B.S.

ROCK, HELEN V. West Chesapeake, Va

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education, Student Nationa Education Association.

ROGERS, CATHERINE Shreveport, La.

Art, A.B. Cantebury Club; Art Club; Centenary College of La., Transfer Student.

ROGERS, DOROTHY K. Robersonville

Primary Education, B.S.

ROGERS, JOHN M. Williamston

Mathematics, A.B.

ROGERS, MARY F. Williamston

Health and Physical Education, B.S. Physical Education Majors Club; Student National Edu- cation Association, Women's Recreational Association.

SENIORS

ROGERSON, BARBARA F. Robersonville

Home Economics, B.S Home Economics Club; Angel Flight.

ROGERSON, WILEY B., JR. Robersonville

Industrial Arts, A.B. Pi Kappa Alpha.

ROPER, LINWOOD W., JR. Raleigh

Business, B.S. Pi Kappa Phi; Society for the Advancement of Management, President, Treasurer, Program Chairman.

ROSE, JOSEPH F. Roanoke Rapids

Mathematics, A.B.

ROUSE, SUE NEIL La Grange

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Phi. Secretary: Association for Childhood Education; Student National Education Association.

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ROUSE, TONY Newport News, Va.

Mathematics, A.B.

ROUSE, WILLARD ANN Seven Spring, Md.

Physical Education, B.S. Women's Recreation Association; North Carolina Association of Health, Physical Education and Recreation; American Associa- tion of Health, Physical Education and Recreation; Gymnastics Club; Physical Education Majors Club; Student National Educa- tion Association; Ragsdale Dormitory Officer.

ROUSH, JUDY A. Rural Hall

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; MiUigan College, Transfer Student.

ROWLAND, GERALD B. Roanoke Rapids

Business Administration, A.B.

ROYSTER, ROBERT W. Oxford

Business, A.B. Young Republicans Club; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Rush Chairman, House Manager.

RUDISILL, LARRY R. Hickory

Health and Physical Education, B.S. Phi Epsilon Kappa; Lutheran Student Association; Varsity Foot- ball; Young Republican Club; Fellowship of Christian Athletes; Physical Education Majors Club.

RUSSELL, WILLIAM W. Hubert

Industrial Arts, B.S.

Linda Carol Daniels Crowned

RYAN, ROBERT L. Richmond, Va

Health and Physical Education, B.S. Varsity Football; Chowan College, Transfer Student.

SANDERS, THOMAS H. Richlands

Accounting, A.B. Society for Advancement of Management; Phi Sigma Pi; Phi Beta Lambda.

SANDERSON, LEON M. Wallace

Business Administration, A.B. Marsh Hill College, Transfer Student.

SAUNDERS, GORDON L. Suffolk

Business, A.B. Phi Beta Lambda.

SAUNDERS, WILLIAM J. Elizabeth City

Industrial Arts, B.S. Circle K Club; Industrial Arts Club, President; Epsilon Vice-President.

SAUVAGEAU, DELIA A. Greensboro

Health and Physical Education, B.S. Dormitory Officer; Women's Recreation Association; Aquanymphs; Physical Education Majors Club; Women's Judic

SAVAGE, JERRY G. Council

Business Administration, A.B. Intramurals; Wingate College, Transfer Student.

SAWYER, BEVERLY H. Georgetown,

Science, A.B. Young Republicans Club; Pre-Medical Club.

SAWYER, DOUGLAS M. Elizabeth City

Health and Physical Ed Physical Education Majors Club.

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SAWYER, KATHRYN SUE High Point

Primary Education, B.S. Delta Zela; Women's Chorus; Association for Childhood Education; Student National Education; East Carolinian.

SCHWARTZ, MARJORIE L. Lafeyette Hill, Pa.

Physical Education, B.S.

SCHWENTORUS, RONALD Jacksonville

Business, A.B. Phi Kappa Tau, Treasurer.

SCOTT, HENRY DONALD Richlands

Accounting, A.B. Phi Sigma Pi, Phi Beta Lambda

SCOTT, PATRICIA ANN Durham

English and Library Science, B.S. Library Club, Reporter; Student National Education As- sociation.

SCOTT, REBECCA ANN New Bern

English, B.S.

SCOTT, IRIS SUZANNE Richlands

Primary Education, B.S. Student Naitonal Education Association; Association For Childhood Education.

SCRUGGS, MAX DALE Valdese

Social Studies, B.S. Manager, Football, Track; Men's Glee Club, President; Alpha Phi Omega, Historian, Social Chairman; Deans

SEARS, ALBIN BRADFORD Scranton

Chemistry, A.B.

SELLERS, ETHELENE Whiteville

English and Library Science, B.S. Student National Education Association; Library Club.

SENIORS

Homecoming Queen 1964.

SENKIER, MICHAEL P. Hyde Park, N.Y.

Physical Education, B.S. Swimming Team; Dormitory Officer Epsilon Kappa, Treasurer; Physical Program Chairman.

SEPARK, WILLIS ALLEN Durham

Business, A.B. Phi Kappa Tau, Pledge Master, Pledge Class President; Phi Beta Lambda, Young Democrats Club; Society For The Ad- vancement of Management; Summer School Appeals Board; Student Government Association. Senator, Elections Committee, Homecoming Committee; Honor Council, Public Defender.

SEYMOUR, GEORGE Elizabeth City

Music, B.M.E. Chowan College, Transfer Student; Student Theatrical Produc- tions; Opera Theater Music Educators National Convention; Concert Choir; Chapel Choir, Vice-President; Wesley Founda- tion; Student National Education Association.

SHARPE, FREDERICK, JR. Hillsboro

Business, B.S. Lambda Chi Alpha, Treasurer.

SHAVER, TERESA LAYNE Wilmington

Grammar Education, B.S. Appalachian State Teachers College, Transfer Student; Alpha Xi Delta. President of Pledge Class; Marshal; Journal Cor- respondent; Association For Childhood Education.

SHAW, MOODY BANE, JR. Charlotte

Chemistry, A.B. "Varsity Tennis.

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SHEARER, WILLIAM C. Long Branch, N.J.

Social Studies, B.S. Newman Club, President; History Club; Air Force Re- ser\'e Officers Training Corps. Phi Sigma Pi.

SHEARIN, NORMAN W., JR. Roanoke Rapids

Social Studies, A.B. History Club.

SHEPPARD, CALAIS P. Greenville

Social Studies, B.S. Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps.

SHERWOOD, DANIEL E., JR. Wilmington, Del Sociology, A.B. Phi Kappa Tau.

NATO Briefing Team Guest of History Department

SHIPP, JACQUELINE J. Clinton

Music, B.M.E. Chapel Choir; Choral Union; College Choir; Sigma Alpha Iota. Music Director; Varsity Band; Music Educators National Conference.

SHIRLEY, MARIE J. High Point

Art, B.S. Delta Phi Delta, Secretary, V

SENIORS

SIEGEL, STUART C. Richmond, Va.

Education, B.S. Cheerleader; Student Government; Oriention Counselor Alpha Epsilon Pi, President, Vice-President, Treasurer; Inter-Fraternity Council; Dean's Advisory Council; Hebrew Student Fellowship, President.

SILVERSTEIN, GARY M. Charlotte

Accounting, A.B. Alpha Epsilon Pi; Inter-Fraternity Council; Intramurals; Society for the Advancement of Management.

SIMMONS, MIRIAM K. Elizabeth City

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education.

SINEATH, BRONNA J. Burlington

English and Library Science, BS. Student Counselor; Library Club, Vice-President Sigma Tau Delta; Sigma Tau Sigma.

SKILES, JOHN T. Edenton

Psychology, A.B. Kappa Alpha; Circle K Club; Mens Glee Club.

SKINNER, MARY L. Williamston

Primary Education, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma, Secretary; Student National Edu- cation Association.

SKIPPER, JUDITH R. Wilmington

Mathematics, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta, Secretary of pledge Class, Treasurer; Mathematics Club, Vice-President; Chi beta Phi; Buc- caneer, Feature Editor, Greek Editor.

SLAUGHTER, WILLIAM L. New Bern

Political Science, A.B.

SLOAN, JOE D. Sanford

Business Administration, A.B.

SLOAN, MARVIN B. Sanford

Business Administration, A.B. Phi Beta Lambda; Young Democrats Club.

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SMALL, STEPHEN A. Alexandria, Va.

History, B.S. Pi Kappa Alpha, Alumni Secretary.

SMART, WILLIAM D. Leesville, La.

SMITH, ADELIA J. Hubert

English, B.S. Alpha Omicron Pi. Pledge Class President; Ensl Ciralh:i.w.

SMITH. BETTY L. Mount Olive

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association.

SMITH, CAROLYN G. Monroe

Primary Education, B.S. Young Democrats Club.

SMITH, CHARLES E. Washington

History, B.S.

SMITH, DIANNE P. Salemburg

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Edu cation Association; Young Democrats Club.

SMITH, JACOB R. Jackson Springs

Science, B.S.

ECC Acquanymphs Present 'WaterWonderland.

SMITH, JAMES B. JR. Grimesland

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club, Secretary; American Industrial Arts Association; North Carolina Industrial Arts Association.

SMITH, JIMMY D. Dudley

Business Administration, A.B.

SMITH, JUDITH A. Princeton

Grammar Education B.S. Young Friends, Reporter; Student National Education Association; Library Club.

SMITH, MIRIAM E. Greenville

Primary Education, B.S.

SMITH, ROLAND A. Calypso

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club.

SMITH, SUE H. Kinston

Primary Education, B.S.

SMITH, WILLIAM L. Monroe

Business, A.B. Young Democrats Club

SMITH, WILLIAM R. Windsor

Business, A.B. Alpha Phi Omega; Phi Beta Lambda.

SOMERS, JAMES P. Lynchburg, Va.

Science, A.B. Varsity Golf; Alpha Epsilon Pi.

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SOUFAS, JAMES LYNN New Bern

Business, B.S. Men's Glee Club; College Union, Publicity Commlttcf Phi Beta Lambda, Social Committee; Young Democrat' Club.

SPANN, CARL THOMAS Trenton

Accounting, A.B. Society for the Advancement of Management; Phi Beta Lambda.

SPELLER, JLTLIAN T., JR. Robersonville

Physical Education, B.S. Phi Epsilon Kappa, Treasurer, Historian, Editor, Pledge Committee; Men's Glee Club, Treasurer; Physical Edu- cation Majors Club, President; Dean's Advisory Council; American Association of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation; North Carolina Association of Health, Physi- ical Education and Recreation.

SPENCE, JANET BLAND Charlotte

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association.

SPENCER, FAY COMBS Columbia

Primary Education, A.B. Sigma Sigma Sigma; Miss Greenville; Association of Childhood Education; Student National Education Associ- ation; Buccaneer.

SPENCER, JESSE WILSON Newark, Delaware

Business Administration, A.B. Phi Beta Lambda.

SPIEGEL, CHARLES Norfolk, Va.

Social Studies, B.S. Resident Counselor; Historical Society.

SPRUILL, JUDITH ANN Aurora

Business, B.S. Pi Omega Pi; Student Counselor; Free Will Baptist Fellowship, Treasurer, 'Vice-President.

SPRUILL, VALERIA D. Raleigh

Business, B.S. Phi Beta Lambda, Historian; Angel Flight; Studei tional Education Association.

STAFFORD, AUDREY M. S. Elizabeth City

Home Economics, B.S. College of the Albemarle, Transfer Student, Phi Omicron, Home Economics Club; Methodist Student Movement.

STALLINGS, LINDA KAY Norlina

Psychology, A.B. Garrett Hall President; House Council; Student Govern- ment Association; Woman's Judiciary; Woman's Recre: Psychology Club.

Senator Strom Thurman Lectures at East Carolina.

STALLS, PHYLLIS ANN Hassell

Primary Education, B.S. Student N.ninnal Education Association; Association for Childhood Education; Young Democrats Club.

STANLEY, BARBARA J. S. Wilmington

Psychology, A.B. Wilmington College, Transfer Student; Math Club.

STANTON, JAMES CLAUDE Asheboro

Geography, A.B. Sigma Nu, Rush Chairman.

STARR, iMICHAEL ALLEN Richmond, Va

Business Administration, A.B.

STATOME, RONALD LEE Buena Vista, Va.

Geography, A.B.

STEEN, ROGER GAIL Hamlet

Math, B.S.

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STEEN, RONALD L. Dagsboro, Del.

Business, A.B. Western Maryland College, Transfer Student.

STEPHANY, JEAN C. Bethel

Primary Education, B.S. East Carolinian; Aquanymphs; Playhouse; Association for Childhood Education.

STEPHENS, BERKLEY, JR. Danville, Va.

Physical Education, B.S. Student Government, Treasurer, Elections Committee Chairman; Varsity Baseball; Physical Education Majors Club; Men's Honor Council, Chairman; Student Legisla- ture, Speaker; State Student Legislature; Sophomore Class President; Eajl Carolinian, Sports Editor; Theta Chi. Librarian; Dean's Advisory Council; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

STEPHENS, GLENDA A. Mount Olive

Grammar Education, B.S. Alpha Omicron Pi; Panhellenic Rush Chairman; Association for Childhood Education; Student National Education Association; Buccaneet.

STEPHENSON, CHARLES R. Willow Springs

Science and Physical Education, B.S. Science Club; Physical Education Majors Club; National ciation; Student National Education Association.

STEWART, BILLIE K. Statesville

Art, A.B. Delta Zeta; Delta Phi Delta; College Marshal; College Union, Reporter. Vice- President; Student Government, Co-Chairman Special Events Committee; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

STEWART, MARILYN H. Greenville

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club.

STEWART, GWENDOLYN A. Broadway

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Angel Flight.

STOCKS, PEGGY L. Havelock

English, B.S. Playhouse, Delta Zeta; Buccaneer.

STONESTREET, JOHN M. Albemarle

Business, A.B. Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary, Pledge Master

STOWE, ARTHUR R. Philadelphia, Pa.

Business, B.S. Phi Kappa Tau, Social Chairman; Phi Beta Lambda; Orientation Couselor.

STOWE, HOWARD V. Danville, Va.

Grammar Education, B.S. King Youth Fellowship; Emmanuel Junior College, Transfer Student.

STRICKLAND, ETHEL G. Dunn

Business, B.S. Dormitory Officer, Pi Omega Pi, Vice-President; Student National Education Association, Secretary; The Key; Buccaneer.

SENIORS

STRICKLAND, LAVETTA A. Fayetteville

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association.

STRICKLAND, LINDA E. Raleigh

English, B.S. East Carolinian

STROUD, THOMAS B., JR. Portsmouth, Va.

Music, B.M. Phi Mu Alpha, Warden. Pledgemaster; WWWS-FM; East Carolinian: Music Educators National Conference, Vice-Presi- dent; Marching Pirates; Symphonic Band.

STYRON, ESTON S. Hobucken

Accounting, A.B.

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SUGG, NANCY G. Norfolk, Va.

Primary Education, B.S. Varsity Cheerleader; Student National Education Asso- ciation; Association for Childhood Education.

SULLIVAN, JANE R. Greenville

Mathematics, A.B. Agnes Scott College. Transfer Student.

SULLIVAN, JUDITH L. Bath

Mathematics, B.S. Rebel; Eait Carolinian: Mathematics Club; Chi Beta Phi; Tau Sigma, President, Student Counselor.

SULLIVAN, JUNE C Goldsboro

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association.

SULLIVAN, WILLIS B. Maxton

Science and English, A.B. Pi Kappa Alpha; Circle K; East Carolinian.

SUMMA, MARK F. Torrington, Conn.

History, B.S. History Club; Freshman Baseball; Psychology Club; Club; Foreign Film Committee; Student Na-

SUTTON, BENJAMIN C. Greenville

Business Administration, A.B. Lambda Chi Alpha; Inter-Fraternity C( President; Student Government, Day Stude dent; Intramurals; East Carolinian.

SUTTON, JOAN Faison

Business, B.S. Student Counselor; Student National Edi

SWINDELL, CARROLLE Scranton

Mathematics, B.S. Glee Club; Concert Choir; College Singers; Mathematics Club.

TALAN, JOSEPH Dumont, N.J.

Pysical Education Majors Club; Gymnastics Club; Var- sity Track. WWWS-TV.

New 'Cut' System Enacted

TALTON, JAMES R. Wilson

Accounting, A.B Delta Sigma Phi.

TANKARD, FRANCES H. Washington

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Association for Childhood Education.

TANT, JAMES R. Zebulon

Science, B.S. Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps; Arnold Air So- ciety; Drill Team; Rifle Team; Group Staff; Varsity Track.

TART, PATRICIA C. Dunn

Elementary Education, B.S. Alpha Delta Pi; Women's Recreational Association; Student National Education Association; Panhellenic Delegate; College

TATUM, ANN T. Falls Church, Va.

Business, B.S. Phi Beta Lambda; Student Nationa

TAYLOR, CAROLYN B. Colerain

Grammar Education, Student National Education Association for Child- hood Education.

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TAYLOR, DEANNA FAYE Chesapeake, Va.

Psychology, A.B. Alpha Delta Pi, Recording Secretary, Executive Council, Psy- chology Club, Treasu

TAYLOR, EDGAR HAYWOOD Havelock

Business Administration, A.B.

TAYLOR, ELIZABETH R. Whiteville

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Edu- cation Association; Canterbury.

TAYLOR, GINGER BYRD New Bern

Social Studies, B.S. Louisburg College. Transfer; Delta Zeta; Woman's Recreation Association; Historical Society; Student National Education Association: Young Democrats Club.

TAYLOR, NORA THOMAS Lawrenceville, Va.

Business Education, B.S. Phi Beta Lambda, State Treasurer; Student National education Association; College Union.

TEAL, CLAUDIA JEAN Raeford

Home Economics, B.S.

TEDDER, NANCY JO Hallsboro

History, B.S. Student National Education Association; Delta Zeta; History Club; Woman's Glee Club.

by Administration.

SENIORS

TEMPLE, JUDIE ALLISON Zebulon

Elementary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association, Publicity Com- mittee; Woman's Recreation Association; Dorm Repre- sentative; Student Counselor.

TEMPLETON, CLEMENT F. Pittsburgh, Pa.

History, B.S. Sigma Tau Sigma; Varsity Swimming Team; East Caro- linran; Semper Fidelis Society; Democrats Club.

TEW, ELLEN KNOX Tarboro

Music Education, B.M. East Carolina Marching Pirates; Symphonic Band; Chapel Choir; Concert Choir; Music Educators National Con- ference; Sigma ALpha Iota.

THIGPEN, ORZO S., JR. Beulaville

Industrial Arts, A.B. Alpha Phi Omega.

THOMAS, REBECCA DAWN Greensboro

Primary Education, B.S.

THOMPSON, JOHN BEN, JR. New Bern

Music Education, B.M. Men's Glee Club; Choral Union; Chapel Choi, Singer; Music Educators National Convention Union, 'Vice-President; Baptist Student Union Chairman.

THOMPSON, SHIRLEY F. Smithfield

Grammar Education, B.S. Association of Childhood Education. Student National Education Association; Buccaneer; Slay Dorm Treasurer; Garrett Dorm Secretary.

THORNTON, THOMAS A. Fayetteville

Political Science, A.B. Young Friends Club; Young Democratic Club.

THURMAN, MARGUERITE V. Rocky Mount

Grammar Education, B.S. Alpha Delta Pi. Reporter; Students National Education Association; Fleming Hall Social Chairman.

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TICKEL, EFFIE A. Roanoke Rapids

Grammar Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Baptist Youth Fellow- ship; Women's Recreation Association; Dormitory Offices,

TILGHMAN, JAMES B. Cove City

Social Studies, B.S. Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps.

TIMMERMAN, LINDA M. Emporia, Va.

English, B.S. Chi Omega; Cheerleader; Junior Class Senator.

TISDALE, NOEL H. Fairlawn, N.J.

Psyciiology and Philosophy, A.B. College Union, Social Committee Chairman. Fine Arts Com- mittee Chairman; Playhouse. Coslumer; Psychology Club. Vice- President. President; Philosophy Club; Phi Sigma Pi Reporter; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNI- VERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

TOLLEY, JERRY R. Edenton

Physical Education, B.S. Varsity Football, Track; Fellowship of Christian Athletes; Kappa Alpha; IDC, President Representative; Mens Honor Council, Student Government, Representative, Dormitory Of- ficer, WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

TOLLEY. PATRICIA D. Zebulon

Primary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association.

TOMLIN, CHARLES W. Chevy Chase, Md.

Business, B.S.

TRADER, BARBARA S. Angier

Mathematics, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta, Secretary of Pledge Class. Scholarship Chairman, President, Outstanding Member Award; Phi Beta Lambda, Devotion Chairman, Reporter, First Place State Speaking Contest; Pi Omega Pi; Chi Beta Phi; Tau Sigma; Mathematics Club, Vice-President; 'Young Democrats Club; Student National Education Association; Second Place in Na- tional Speaking Contest; WHO'S WHO AMONG STU- DENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

SENIORS

TRAMMELL, DAVIE Y. Kannapolis

Geography, A.B.

TRAUB, LOUANNE E. Feasterville

Art, B.S. East Carolinian; Kappa Delta, Historian.

TREXLER, TERRELL H. Fayetteville

Political Science, A.B. Sima Nu, Social Chairman, Reporter, Pledgemaster, Rush Chairman; Inter-Fraternity Council, Representative.

TROTTER. LINDA G. Asheboro

English, B.S. Dormitory Offices; Sigma Pi Alpha; Sigma Tau Delta; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

TUCKER, ELIZABETH C. High Point

Grammar Education, B.S. East Carolinian: Alpha Phi, Social Chairman. Corresponding Secretary; Associatic for Childhood Education; Student National Education Association.

TUCKER, RICHARD R. Durham

Psychology, A.B.

TUGWELL, WILSON F., JR. Newport News, Va.

Industrial Arts, B.S. Industrial Arts Club; Lambda Chi Alpha. Pledge Trail dent Government, President Day Students, Intramurals.

TURNAGE, WILLIAM T. Snow Hill

Business Administration, A.B.

TURBYYFILL, HAROLD C. Burlington

Music, B.M.E. Orchestra; Student Theatrical Productions.

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TURNER, BILLY RAY Merry Hill

Industrial Arts, E Industrial Arts Club, President; Epsilon Pi Tau, Secre- tary.

TURNER, HENRY WARREN Plymouth

Science, B.S. & A.B. Alpha Phi Omega, President; Floor Manager.

TURNER, JOHN LEE Gastonia

Business, A.B. Transfer Student.

TURNER, PAULA TEACHEY Wilmington

Home Economics, B.S. Kappa Delta; Student National Education Association; Home Economics Club; Student Government Association, Senator.

TWIFORD, SAMUEL A., JR. Elizabeth City

Art, A.B. Art Club; Buccaneet Sports Car Club.

TYSON, CARRIE EULA Fayetteville

Political Science, B.S. Young Democrats Club, Secretary; Eait Caroh Typist, Staff Writer, Chief Staff Writer; Student Na- tional Education Association; Home Economics Club: Student Government Association, Senator, Publicity Com- mittee, Eternal Affairs.

TYSON, RONALD MOYE Greenville

Accounting. A.B. Southern Missionary College. Transfer.

ULRICK, JAMES DAVID Alexandria, Va.

Psychology, A.B.

USSERY, ROBERT M., JR. Snow Hill

Mathematics. B.S.

VANDIFORD, JANICE C. Wlstonburg

Primary Education. B.S.

VANNORTWTCK, KAY Y. Greenville

Business, B.S. Alpha Delta Pi, Rush Chairman; Panhellenic Council; Ragsdale Hall Proctor.

VARDA, CECILE ANN Waxhaw

Elementary Education, B.S. Wingate College, Transfer, Student National Education Association.

VARISCO, KENNETH G. New Castle, Del.

Business Administration, A.B.

VINSON, BETTY LAWVONNE Swansboro

Primary Education. B.S. Math Club; Association for Childhood Education; Stu dent National Education Association; Young Democrat; Club; Student Counselor.

VOGEL, ROSALIE MARIE New Bern

Biology, B.S. East Carolinian, Reporter; East Carolina Playhouse; Var sity Band; Symphonic Band; Marching Pirates; Science Club.

VOGLER, REBECCA Z. High Point

Social Studios, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta, Membership Chairman, Panhellenic Council, Quill Chairman; Young Democrats Club.

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VOGT, VALERIA LOUISE Swansboro

Social Studies, A.B. Women's Glee Club.

WADDELL, KAREN BARE West Jefferson

Business, B.S. Phi Beta Lambda.

WADDILL, MARY G. N. Robersonville

Library Science and History, Library Club.

WADDILL, SANDRA GARY Norfolk, Va.

Art. B.S. Alpha Phi. Historian, Marshal; The Buccaneer, Greek Editor; The Key; Co-Editor; House Council; WHOS WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNI- VERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

WAHAB, LINDA DIANE Goldsboro

English, B.S. Asbury College, Transfer.

WAKEFIELD, GEORGE H. Bedford, Pa.

Business, A.B. Phi Beta Lambda; Society for the Advancement of Management.

WALKER, BONNIE SPENCE Greenville

Primary Education, B.S Student National Education Association; Association for Childhood Education.

WALLACE, MELISIA GRAY Plymouth

English, B.S. Student Christian Association; East Carolinian.

WALLACE, WILLIAM H., JR. Washington

Business Administration, A.B. Phi Kappa Tau, Executive Council, House Manager. President of Pledge Class; The Buccaneer, Business Manager; Publication Board; Concert Choir, Treasurer, Busi- ness Manager, Madrigal Group; Choral Union; Men's Glee Club; Freshmen Orien. tation Counselor; Student Government Association. Day Student Representative Budget Committee; Society for the Advancement of Management; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

WALTERS, JERRY LYNN Lumberton

Industrial Arts, B.S.

WARD, BOBBY JULIAN Hobbsville

Biology, A.B. Science Club, President; Chi Beta Phi, President, District II 'yice- President; National Science Foundation Undergraduate Research Participation Program; Sigma Tau Sigma; Young Democrats Club; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

WARD, BONNIE CAROLE Spencer

Psychology, A.B. Sigm Sigma Sigma, House President; Women's Judiciary; Psychology Club.

WARD, DONALD LINWOOD Millsboro, Del.

Science, B.

SENIORS

WARD, DOUGLAS DAVID Virginia Beach, Va.

Psychology, A.B. Lambda Chi Alpha; Wrestling Team.

WARREN, LINDA JOYCE Haelock

Business Administration, B.S. Delta Zeta,

WASHKO, ROBERT JAMES Bethlehem, Pa.

Social Studies, B.S. Phi Kappa Tau; Student National Education Association; Public Defender; Varsity Cheerleader; Buccaneer Sports Car Club; Young Democrats.

WATERS, ALFRED LEON Pollocksville

Industrial Arts, B.S. Phi Beta Lambda; Inudstrial Arts Club; Secretary American Indutrsial Arts Association, North Carolina industrial Arts Association.

246






WATER, PAMELA JO Belmont

Primary Education, B.S. Sigma Sigma Sigma.

WATSON, STEVEN EDWARD Albemarle

Psychology, A.B. Circle K Club; Student Government Association, Senator, President of Sophomore Class; Dean's Advisory Council; Kappa Alpha Order; Secretary; Inter-Fraternity Council.

WEAVER, PATRICIA JANE Rocky Mount

Nursing, B.S.N. College Union, President^ Social Committee; Student Nurses Association, Secretary, President; North Carolina Nurses Association; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

WEAVER, SUSAN JEAN Washington, D.C.

Sociology, A.B. Young Democrats Club.

WEBB, SARAH ELIZABETH Norfolk

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Association for Childhood Education.

WEBSTER, CHARLES FREO Graham

Math and Physical Education, B.S. Pi Kappa Phi, Secretary, Treasurer; Circle K. Club, Board of Directors, Head Usher; Math Club; Physical Education Majors Club; Eail Carolinian.

WEBSTER, HARRY WELDON Sanford

Business, A.B. Transfer; Circle K Club.

WEEKS, JAMES RAY Mount Olive

Industrial Arts, A.B.

WELLS, BESSIE JANE Burgaw

English, B.S. & A.B. Sigma Pi Alpha, President.

WELLS, KELLY ALBERT Snow Hill

Psychology, A.B. Garner-Webb College, Transfer; Psychology Club; Young Democrats Club; History Club; Sigma Tau Sigma; Varsity Tennis.

WEST, FRED DOYLE Rocky Mount

Psychology, A.B. Kappa Alpha Order, Treasurer; Phi Beta Lambda, Young Democrats, Homecoming Committee; Psychology

WEST, MAYNARD DENNIS Norfolk, Va.

Industrial Arts, A.B. Pi Kappa Alpha; Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps.

WEST, NANCY JEAN Alexandria

Elementary Education, B.S. Radford College, Transfer; Sigma Sigma Sigma.

WEST, ROSE MARIE Roseboro

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association; Woman's Chorus

WHALEY, DAVID GLEN Teachey

Business Administration, A.B. Phi Sigma Pi, Reporter, Pledge Master.

WHELESS, NARY ANN Zebulon

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Childhood Education; Student National Edu- cation Association.

WHITAKER, GUY WARREN Washington

Chemistry, A.B.

At any Pirate football game, one can spot the 'Stars and Bars' flying over the crowd.

247






WHITE, CAROLE E. Ahoskie

Primary Education, B.S. Alpha Delta Pi. Reporter; Student National Education Asso- ciation; Sigma Tau Sigma; Student State Legislature Delegate; Woman's Honor Council, Chairman; Student Government. Identification Card Chairman; Elections Committee; National Student Association Committee.

WHITE, GEORGE A., JR. Hertford

Mathematics, B.S. College of the Albemarle, Transfer Student.

WHITE, GEORGE L. Greenville

Business, A.B. Society for the Advancement of Management; Phi Beta Lambda; Pi Kappa Alpha, Treasurer; Circle K Club.

WHITE, KAREN F. Statesville

Home Economics, B.S. Marshal; Student Counselor; Delta Zeta, Social Chairman; Phi Omicron; Sigma P.hi Epsilon; Greek-Week Queen: Buccaneer; Honor Council; House Council; WHO'S WHCl AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.

WHITE, LLEW M. Greenville

Elementary Education, B.S. Delta Zeta; Philosophy Club; Student National Education Association.

WHITFIELD, WILLARD W. Kinston

Physical Education, B.S. Alpha Phi Omega, Secretary; Intramurals; North Carolina Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation; Physical Education Majors Club.

WHITLEY, JOHN C, JR. Leaksville

Social Studies, A.B. WWWS; Young Democrats Club; Psychology Club; Men's Glee Club; Circle K Club; Westminster Fellowship.

SENIORS

WHITTEN, BRENDA R. Burlington

Primary Education, B.S. College Union; Student National Educa Association for Childhood Education.

WHORLEY, JANICE H. Williamston

Primary Education, B.S.

WIDDI-FIELD, MARTHA J. Rocky Mount

Business, B.S Dormitory Officer; Young Democrats Club; Pi Omega Pi, Historian; Delta Zeta, Recording Secretary, Pub- licitiy Chairman.

WILKINSON, ANN H. Goldsboro

Art, B.S. Student National Education Association, Art Club

WILKINSON, KENNETH C. Belhaven

Geography, A.B.

WILLEFORD, BERTA C. Concord

Social Studies, B.S. Student National Education Association; Young Demo- crats Club; Historical Society; Woman's Chorus.

WILLIAMS, BERRY A., JR. Wilmington

History, A.B. Wilmington College, Transfer Student; Young Demo- crats Club.

WILLIAMS, BRENDA A. Autryville

Business, A.B.

WILLIAMS, FRANCES R. Charlotte

History, B.S. Alpha Xi Delta

248






WILLIAMS, FRANCES G. Maiden

English, B.S. Transfer Student; King Youth Fellowship, Secretary. Treasurer.

WILLIAMS, FREDRICK AL Tarboro

Business, A.B. Pi Kappa Alpha, Treasurer.

WILLIAMS, HERBERT DUFFY, III New Bern

Sociology, A.B. Phi Sigma Pi, Vice-President; Orientation Counselor; East Carolinian; Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Founda- tion Recipient; Sigma Tau Sigma; Psychology Club; Sociology Club, President; Chi Beta Phi; WHOS WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES

AND COLLEGES.

WILLIAMS, JAMES W. Beulaville

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association.

WILLIAMS, JUDITH B. Danville, Va.

Social Studies, B.S.

Fayetteville

WILLIAMS, LAURA JEAN Fayetteville

Social Studies, B.S. College Marshal; Student Counselor; Delta Zeta, Activ- ities Chairman. Courtesy Chairman; History Honors Student.

WILLIAMS, ROBERT M. Garner

Business, B.S.

WILLIAMSON, CAMILLA M. New Bern

Science, B.S.

WILLIFORD, DOROTHY J. Kinston

Elementary Education, B.S. Student National Education Association.

WILLIS, NANCY ANN Atlantic

Geography, A.B. Gamma Theta Upsilon, Secretary; Young Club; Ragsdale Hall Treasurer.

>

Student Body Reaches 6,700.

WILLIS, REBECCA ANN Atlantic

Primary Education, B.S. Buccaneer; Business Staff; Key, Managing Edil elation for Childhood Education.

WILMOUTH, LINDA CAROL Pink Hill

Primary Education, B.S. Association for Chidhood Eduation; Student national educational Association.

WILSON, EUGENE VERNON Pennsauken, N.J.

Social Studies, B.S. Historical Society.

WILSON, LYNN WOOD Georgetown, S.C.

History, B.S.

WINDHAM, NORMA TAYLOR Alexandria, Va.

Spanish, A.B. Student Government Association, Social Committee; Buccaneer, Typist; East Carolinian, Layout Staff; Psychology Club; Kappa Delta; Honor Council.

WINSTEAD, MARY LEE Elm City

Grammar Education, B.S. Student National Education Association.

249






WITHERS, WILLIAM F. Mount Airy

Social Studies, B.S.

WOHLNICK, CHARLES T. Belleville, N.J.

Science, B.S, Swimming Team; Young Republicans Club; Air Force Corps; Pi Kappa Phi, Treasurer, Secretary; Inter-Fraternity Ci

WOLTERS, RICHARD R. Chesapekae, Va.

Business Administration, A.B.

WOOD, ELLEN GLENN roanoke Rapids

Nursing Education, B.S.N. Student Nurses Association; East Gartett Social Committee

WOOD, JAMES GORDON Sanford

Industrial Arts, B.S. Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps; Industrial Arts Club.

WOOD, PHYLLIS MOORE Greenville

Home Economics, B.S. Home Economics Club; Sigma Sigma Sigma.

WOODROW, ROBERT S. Chevy Chase, Md.

Business Administration, A.B.

WOOLARD, DONNA H. Washington

English, B.S. Student National Education Association; Student North Carolina Education Asso- ciation; North Carolma English Teachers Association.

WORLEY, EDWARD DIXON Monroe

Art, B.S. Pi Kappa Alpha; College Artist Association; Art Club.

WORNOM, SAMUEL J., III Hampton, Va.

Business Administration, A.B. Men's Judiciary Council; Lambda Chi Alpha.

WORTHAM, JACQUELINE E. Jacksonville

Business, Administration, A.B.

WORTHINGTON, NORMA H. Winterville

Grammar Education, B.S. Young Democrats Club.

SENIORS

WORTHINGTON, RICHARD Yorktown, Va.

Music Education, B.M. Music Educators National Conference; WWWS-FM; Phi Mu Alpha, Scholarship Chairman, Alumni Secretary, President; Dean's President Council; Marching Pirates: Symphonic Band.

YARBOUROUGH, JERRY R. High Point

Business Administration, A.B.

YATES, SAMMY AMOS Asheboro

YOUNG, NORMA MARIE Catawba

Art Education, B.S. Florida Southern College. Transfer Student Education Association; Delta Phi Delta.

YOUNG, SHARON ANN Richmond, Va.

Art, A.B. Sigma Tau Sigma.

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By the Junior year, one thing is sure.

It's time that one is now mature.

The Junior hardens - not to yield

And works on subjects in his field.

The Junior stands but one big stride

From Seniorism, full of pride.

His goals he now strives to acquire

And raise his average a little higher.

The Junior feels by this date

The time is near; he musn't be late

For near at hand is graduation

Bringing hours of worry and contemplation.

The third-year man, needless to say

Is pressured more so every day

But pressures, trials, troubles, and tears

Are all a part of the junior year.

Class

Officers

Jim Kimsey, President; Charles Riddick, Vice-President; and Judy Forbes, Treasurer.

Senators

JUNIORS

Louise Womble, Luray Mitchell, Mike Lambeth, and John Bell.

251






ABBOTT, BENJAMIN L. Raleigh

ABERNATHY, DONNA M. Haw Point

ADAMS, DOUGLAS E. Greenville

ADAMS, HERBERT R. Edenton

ALBERTSON, FRANCES A. Chinquapin

ALBERTY, JAMES B. Dobson

ALDERSON, JOCAROL Colonial Heights, Va.

ALDRIDGE, JOHN M. Kinston

ALKAZIN, DAVID M. Scotland Neck

ALLEN, A. JEAN Farmville

ALLEN, RUSSELL E. Bladenboro

ALLIGOOD, GRETA J. Washington

ALLIGOOD, PATRICIA A. Washington

ALLSBROOK, WILBUR, JR. Scotland Neck

ANDERSON, CLINTON E. Fayetteville

ANDERSON, LOIS D. Durham

ANDERSON, PEGGY P. La Grange

ANDERSON, RALPH E. Alexandria, Va.

ANDOLSUN, ORHAN K. Alexandria, Va.

ANDREWS, JAY B. Louisville, Ky.

ANDREWS, LYNDA E. Rocky Mount

ANDREWS, SANDRA G. Greenville

ASKEW, CHARLES A. Jamesville

ASKEW, GARLAND L. Colerain

ASKEW, PHYLLIS P. Milwaukee

AULBERT, LINDA K. Mebane

AVERY, DORINDA Erwin

AYCOCK, CHARLES A. Greenville

252






BARB, NANCY J. Arlington, Va.

BADENHOP, PATSY A. Greensboro

BAGWELL, TIMOTHY B. Charlotte

BAILEY, JAMES T. Raleigh

BAKER, ROBERT H., III Mooresville

BALLARD, RHEBA M. Mount Holly

BARBOUR, CAROLYN P. Clayton

BAREFOOT, JAMES G. Raleigh

BARKER, LYNWOOD W. New Bern

BARNES, ELIZABETH C. Jackson

BARNES, JAMES D. Severn

BARNES, MARY T. Mount Holly

BARNETTE, RUSSYLL, JR. Richmond, Va.

BASS, CAROLE J. Fremont

BATEMAN, GLENDORA Belhaven

BEAMAN, HAROLD M. Ahoskie

BEARDEN, JOHNNY C. Salisbury

BEASLEY, PATSY R. Dunn

BEASLEY, WILEY B., JR. Charlotte

BEATTY, RICHARD L. Jacksonville

BEAVERS, JANE M. Durham

BELL, JOHN S., JR. Newport

BELL, LAWRENCE L. AltaVista, Va.

BELLAMY, JOHN P. Enfield

BELLMER, RICHARD L. Garden City, N.Y.

BENFIELD, WILLIAM J. Rocky Mount

BENNETT, BETTY J. Durham

BENSON, LYNWOOD E. Deep Run

BERG, JUDITH A. Massapequa, N.Y.

BERNHARDT, JOHN C. Salisbury

BARRIER, JUDITH A. Winston-Salem

PERRY, JOHN W. Morganton

BERRY, SHARRON K. Chesapeake, Va.

253






BETTS, JOHN W. Milford, Del.

BIDDAR, JOHN P. Scotch Plains, N.J.

BIESECKER, RONDA A. Lexington

BIGGS, BRUCE A. Pinetown

BLAKE, PAUL R. Raleigh

BLAKE, RICHARD G. Newport

BLAKENSHIP, JUDY A. Falls Church, Va.

BLUMER, WILLIAM J. Raleigh

BLYTHE, CHESTER E. Franklin, Va.

BOATRIGHT, JUANITA L. Monroe

BOBBITT, JACK P., JR. Tarboro

BOOKER, THOMAS C. Bethesda, Md.

BOST, JAMES P., JR. Mount Airy

BOSWELL, MARY P. Beaufort

BOVENDER, ROBERT P. Winston-Salem

BOYD, BRENDA L. Raleigh

JUNIORS

BOYD, OTIS E. Roanoke Rapids

BOYLE, ROBERTA H. Greenville

BRACEY, BLANTON H., JR. Chase City, Va.

BRADY, JOHNNY T. Gary

BRANYON, JOHN S. Wallace

BREWER, BETTY J. Littleton

BRIDGERS, BLANNIE P. Milwaukee

BRINKLEY, LINDA F. Creedmoore

BRINN, KATHRYN E, Belhaven

BRINN, PHYLLIS S. Bath

BRITT, PATRICIA A. Como

BRITTON, WILLIAM W. Robersonville

BROCK, CHARLES E., JR. Norfolk, Va.

BROCK, JAMES D. New Bern

BRODSKY, BARRY H. Charlotte

254






BROOKS, DONALD P. Wallace

BROUGHTON, SUSAN R. Hertford

BROWN, JAMES A. Rochingham

BROWN, LELA M. Wendell

BROWN, THELMA A. Clarkton

BRUBAKER, BETTY A. Kinston

BRUMBERG, LEWIS M. Selbyville, Del.

BRYAN, BONNY A. Tar Heel

BRYAN, JUDITH A. Rocky Mount

BRYANT, BETTY J. Rocky Mount

BUCK, WILLIAM H. Richmond, Va.

BUNN, RALPH H., JR. Zebulon

cAHOON, ROSE M. Elizabeth City

CALLOWAY, NANCY L. Winston-Salem

CAMPBELL, JAKC W, III Sanford

CAMPEN, IDA W. Edenton

CANUP, JOHNNY L. Salisbury

CARAWON, LEWIS S. Vanceboro

CARICO, JANE H. Roanoke, Va.

CARPENTER, JAMES B., JR. Valdese

CARPENTER, LARRY M. Hickory

CARTER, ELAINE J. Garland

CARTER, LELIA M.Jacksonville

CARTER, MICHELE R. Elizabeth City

CARTER, RONALD W. West End

CASEY, FRANCES D. Kinston

CASPER, WILLIAM T. Swansboro

CATES, PHILIP B. Durham

CATOE, JACOB M. Arlington, Va.

CAVINESS, BETTY G. Asheboro

CAYTON, CARL D. Aurora

255






CHAMBERS, BOBBY L. Crewe, Va.

CHAMBLEE, DIANA Falls Church, Va.

CHAPMAN, THOMAS F. Springfield, Va.

CHARLES, ELIZABETH J. Hastings, N.Y.

CHARUHAS, HELEN C. Washington, D.C.

CHESSON, HILTON O., JR. Creswell

CHICKERING, ELIZABETH McLean, Va.

CHILDRESS, BOBBY L. Stokesdale

CHRISTOPHER, LINA C. Greenville

CHURCHILL, ANN C. Greenville

CLARK, JEANETTE T. Saint Pauls

CLARK, SANDRA L. Jacksonville

CLEMENT, JOHN R. Greenville

CLINE, HAROLD W. Concord

CLYMER, WILLIAM J. Ardmore, Pa.

COATS, ROSE M. Dunn

COBB, RICHARD R. Burlington

COBLE, JAMES D. Burlington

COCHRAN, RANDOLPH C. Chesapeake, Va.

COHOON, HAL W. Columbia

COLE, SUSAN I. Goldsboro

COLE, WALTER E. Wake Forest

COLEMAN. BARBARA A. Langley A.F.B. Va.

COLSTON, WILLIAM H.Roanoke Rapids

COLWELL, BRENDA K. Wallace

CONNORS. CHARLES E. Pawtucket, R.I.

COOKE, CONNIE K. Zeubulon

COON, JOHN W. Kannapolis

COOPER, GRADY E., JR. Washington

COOPER, MARY L. Clayton

COPELAND, JASPER W. Franklin, Va.

COPPLE, CARL B. Elkin

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CORBETT, DIANNE Snow Hill

COSTON, MARY A. Roanoke Rapids

COWELL, BETTY Elizabeth City

COWELL, REBECCA A. Jacksonville

JUNIORS

cox, LYNNE C. Greenville

COX, HENRY C. Greenville

COX, JANICE J. Greenville

COX, LINDA R. Monroe

COX, SAMUEL M. Jacksonville

COZART, THOMAS M. Greenville

CRANFORD, CHARLES R. Thomasville

CROTCH, BILLIE J. Chocowinity

CRAWFORD, DIANE E. Westwood, N.J.

CRAWFORD, KAY E. Arlington, Va.

CREECH, CHARLES W. Zebulon

CREECH, JOSEPH G. Clayton

CRENSHAW, LINDA A. Durham

CROCKER, FRANCES A. Selma

CROOM, ANNE C. La Grange

CROTTS, STEPHEN W. Winston-Salem

CRUTCHFIELD, PHYLLIS Efland

CUMMINGS, GEORGE W. Atlantic Beach, Fla.

CUMMINGS, WILLIAM D. Summerfield

CUTTS, CARMA L. Roanoke, Va.

DADDONA, CARL L. Norristown, Pa.

DAIL, JAMES R. Edenton

DAIL, ROBBIE N. Greenville

DANIELS, JANE B. Greenville

DAUGHTRY, CAROLYN J. Four Oaks

DAUGHTRY, RONNIE C. Faison

DAVENPORT, DANA L. Columbia

DAVES, BETTY L. Durham

DAVIS, BARBARA J. Rocky Mount

DAVIS, FRANCES M. Fayetteville

257






DAVIS, GRADY Davis

DAVIS, LESLIE A. Snow Hill

DAVIS, RONNIE L. Newport News, Va.

DAVIS, SALLY A. Goldsboro

DAVIS, SANDRA T. Nashville

DEAN, HOWARD N., JR. Raleigh

DEAN, RONALD G. Winston-Salem

DEANS, NANCY S. Sims

DEBNAM, DANNY K. Zebulon

DEDMOND, ROBERT E. Greenville

DEESE, MARSHA J. Badin

DELBRIDGE, CAROLE D. Spring Hope

DENNIS, LEILA G. Ayden

DEVANE, CHARLES M. Elizabethtown

DICAMILLO, LEWIS G. Haddonfield, N.J.

DICK, JAMES E. Arlington, Va.

DICKENS, JAMES R. Fuquay Varina

DICKERSON, LYMAN B. Norfolk, Va.

DILDAY, JOHNNY C. Ahoskie

DIXON, MELDA F. Farmville

DODSON, CLAUDE B. Grady, Conn.

DOHERTY, GERALD M. Treonta, Ont.

DONOHUE, PAUL J, Wilmington, Del.

DORIOT, MARY P. Falls Church, Va.

DOWD, ROBERT E. Bear Creek

DOWDY, AUDREY V. South Mills

DOWDY, BETTY L. Sanford

DOZIER, PRISCILLA Jarvisburg

DUDLEY, CHARLES D. Buena Vista, Va.

DUDLEY, DENNIS A. Elizabeth City

DUNBAR, JAMES K. Scranton

DUNCAN, WANDA J. Arlington, Va.

DUNN, BYRON K. Mount Olive

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DUNN, EVA E. Greenville

DUPREE, SHIRLEY A. Greenville

DURANT, DAVID H. Florence

EATMON, FRANKIE A. Woodland

JUNIORS

EARP, MARY A. Raleigh

EASON, BRENDA C. Macclesfield

EDWARDS, ELMO T. Louisburg

EDWARDS, HERMAN O., JR. Ahoskie

EDWARDS, RICHARD D. Goldsboro

ELDER, SARA J. High Point

ELIAS, GLORIA J. Weldon

ELLER, REBECCA L. Granite Quarry

ELLIOTT, BRICE R. Statesville

ELLIOTT, LLINDA E. Loris, S.C.

ELLIS, RONALD A Mount Airy

ELMORE, AMAZIAH W. Goldsboro

ELMORE, LINDA F. Goldsboro

ENNIS, SARAH E. Benson

ENNIS, WALTER M. Greensboro

ENTZMINGER, THEODORE Charlotte

ERVIN, LUCY C. Richlands

EULISS, DANIEL B. Graham

EVANS, ALBERT L., III

EVANS, CAROLYN L. Edenton

EVANS, PATRICIA N. Greenville

EVERHART, ROBERT G., JR. Lexington

EVERSON, MARSHEL W. Washington

FAIRLESS, CHARLOTTE E. Harrellsville

259






FAIRRINGTON, C. JAN High Point

FARABOW, JEANNE E. Fuquay-Varina

FARMIER, CLAUDETTE C. High Point

FARMER, FRANK D., JR. Wilson

FAULKNER, CHARLEENE B. Wadesboro

FELTON, ELBERT P. Greenville

FIELDS, CHARLES R. Greenville

FINCH, CHARLIE C. Henderson

FINMAN, EDWARD D. Charlotte

FINN, RONALD W. Greensboro

FISCHER, ROSEMARY Alexandria, Va.

FISHER, DOROTHY G. Mebane

FISHER, DOUGLAS Woodstown, N.J.

FITTERMAN, BONNY N. New Bern

FITZGERALD, DAVID, JR. Worf, Va.

FLOWERS, AYDREN D. Wilson

FONTAINE, LINDA L. Woodsdale

FORBES, JUDITH L. Smithfield

FOSTER, CHARLES D. Advance

FOSTER, D. MARIE Greenville

FOSTER, SALLY A. Littleton

FRANKHOUSER, DAVID G. Stevens, Pa.

FRANKLIN, BEN H., III High Point

FRANKLIN, JOEL H. Lychburg, Va.

FULLER, JOSEPH F. Rocky Mount

FULLER, JUDY G. Pinetops

FULLERTON, MARTHA S. Greensboro

FURMAN, GAE D. Fanwood, N.J.

GAFFNEY, JOHN J. Philadephia, Pa.

GAINEY, GLENDA V. Rockingham

GAINEY, GRANVILLE, JR. Dunn

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JUNIORS

GALLOWAY, PATRICIA Supply

GARDNER, CLYDE B. Mebane

GARNER, PRISCILLA J. Newport

GARRISON, JUDITY A. Greenville

GASKILL, MARY E. Raleigh

GENTRY, KATHRYN R. Roxboro

GENTRY, GEORGYE L. Roxboro

GIDDINGS, BARRY M. Washington

GILES, BONNIE L. Fayetteville

GLOVER, MARY E. Bailey

GODFREY, JAMES E. Orlando, Fla.

GOFORTH, RONNIE L. Olin

GOINS, RALPH M. Durham

GOODNIGHT, LARRY M. Salisbury

GOODWIN, BETTY J. Raleigh

GOODWIN, MARY S. Arlington, Va.

GORDON, JERRY G. Ahoskie

GRAHAM, KAY F. Efland

GRANTHAM, CLAUDE S. Stantonsburg

GRAY, JOHN T. Pleasant Garden

GRAYBEAL, KAY S. Statesville

GREASON, SUDY K. Chesapeake, Va.

GREENE, BARBARA A. Griffon

GREENE, KELLY E. Biscoe

GREENLEE, HAROLD R. Charlotte

GREGORY, TIMOTHY G. Chesapeake, Va.

GRIFFIN, JANET T. Jacksonville

GRIFFIN, SUSAN Pinetops

GRIMSLEY, JIMMIE R. Wilson

GRISSOM, DENNIS M. Henderson

GRISSOM, HILDA R. Stedman

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GROCE, DAVID L. Jonesville

GROGAN, LUCY A. Leaksville

GROTGEN, MARY F. Wilmington

GRUBBS, JOHN W. Winston-Salem

JUNIORS

GUICE, GIGI Greenville

GUNTER, ROBERT C. Sanford

GUPTON, FRANCES J. Rocky Mount

GUTHRIE, JEAN M. Yanceyville

GUTYAR, FRANCES J. Newton

HACKWORTH, CECIL L. Aberdeen

HADDOCK. VIRGINIA C. Trenton

HAHN, JEFFREY C. Nazareth, Pa.

HALE, EDWARD D. Roanoke Rapids

HALE, SARA F. Rocky Mount

HALL, CAROL L. Elloree, S.C.

HALL, GEORGE P., JR. Seaboard

HALL, PAMELA K. Portsmouth, Va.

HANDY, MARGARET H. Williamston

HARDEE, MARGARET D. Enfield

HARDISON, ALLIE L. Jamesville

HARDY, BARBARA A. Snow Hill

HARDY, MARY E. Kinston

HARMON, JOAN P. Fairfax, Va.

HARPE, HENRY C. Elkin

HARRELL, BARBARA J. Saratoga

HARRELL, CLINTON F. Winton

HARRIS. JAMES M. Dillon, S.C.

HARRIS, JOHN H., III Weldon

HARRIS. SHELIA R. Albemarle

HARRISON, CHESTER F. Snow Hill

HARRISON, ELIZABETH G. Williamston

HARRISON, TED O. Tarboro

HARVEY, JAMES B. Littleton

HASSELL, NANCY L. Columbia

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HAUFLER, DONALD C. Hampton, Va.

HAYWORTH, WILLIAM W. Asheboro

HEADLEY, JANET M. Danville, Va.

HEARN, VIRGINIA E. McLean, Va.

HEATH, BESSIE R. Hookerton

HELMS, ANCIL R. Monroe

HELMS, MARY A. Winpate

HERRING, RICHARD H. Suffolk, Va.

HERSH, PAUL W, Washington, D.C.

HEWITT, BARBARA L. Whiteville

HICKS, BILLY S. Vanceboro

HICKS, GEORGE D., JR. Brick, N.J.

HIGH, REBECCA L, Rocky Mount

HILL, DONNA J. Lynchburg, Va.

HILL, JOAN G. Clayton

HILL, KEITH E. Pink Hill

HILTON, JOSEPH T., II Chapel Hill

HINSHAW, STEPHEN G. Yadkinville

HISERMAN, RONALD W. Waynesboro, Va.

HOBGOOD, ELLIS W. Franklinton

HOELL, HENRY W., JR. Greenville

HOERTER, JOHS C. Chatham, N.J.

HOFFMAN, FREDRIC, II Falls Church, Va.

HOKE, JANE A. Davidson

HOLLINGSWORTH, ROGER Greenville

HOLLINGSWORTH, SUSAN Sping Hope

HOLLOWAY, ALLEN J. JR. Henderson

HOLLOWELL, RICHARD Edenton

HOLSHOUSER, EUGENE O. Salisbury

HOLT, CYNTHIA A. Raleigh

HOLT, DORIS E. Graham

HOLTON, DENNIS B. Wilmington, Del.

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HOLTON, JOHN T. Roanoke, Va.

HOOKS, JUDITH O. Fremont

HORNE, ANN T. Kure Beach

HORNE, COY C. Maxton

HORTON, WILLIAM M. Greenville

HOUSE, ELIZABETH M. Nokesville, Va.

HOUSE, FRANKLIN T. Portsmouth, Va.

HOUSTON, PENNY G. Charlotte

HOWARD, MOLLIE E. Scotland Neck

HOWE, MICHAEL S. Hamlet

HOYLE, JERRY W. Henderson

HUBBARD, HILDA G. New Bern

HUDGINS, TERECE C. Portsmouth, Va.

HUDSON, RICHARD L. Greenville

HUDSON, WILLIAM M. Greensboro

HUFFMAN, ELEANOR I. Spencer

HUNEYCUTT, DAVID S. Jacksonville

HUNSUCKER, PATRICIA L. Robbins

HUTTO, SYLVIA F. Rocky Mount

HUTZLER, GALE S. Richmond, Va.

INGOLD, RAY V. Julian

IPOCK, LINDA F. Beaufort

JACKSON, WILLIAM A. Grifton

JACOB, WALTER M. Montvale, N.J.

JAKEMAN, GEORGE A. Franklin, Va.

JARMAN, CECIL T. Jacksonville

JARVIS, OLLIE R. Petersburg, Va.

JENKINS, CHARLES R. Rockingham

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JENKINS, JOSEPH L. Greenville

JENNINGS, HOWARD D., JR. Elizabeth City

JENNINGS, LINDA S. Portsmouth, Va.

JOHNSON, BONNIE E. Oxford

JOHNSON, CHARLES Godlsboro

JOHNSON, JOEL K. Smithfield

JOHNSON, JUDITH Benson

JOHNSON, JUDY L. Benson

JUNIORS

JOHNSON, NANCY B. Kinston

JOHNSON, WILLIAM W., JR. Dover

JOHNSTON, MARTHA G. Weldon

JOHNSTON, ROBERT B. Greenville

JONES, BONNIE S. Elizabeth City

JONES, DAVID J. Favettevillc TONES. EMMETT P. Tyner

JONES, HAROLD A., JR. Salem, N.J.

JONES, JOHN T. New Bern

JONES, KATHERINE V. Zirconio

JONES, LINDA T. Swansboro

Jones, MARY A. Pikeville

JONES, MIRIAM A. Ahoskie

JONES, PATRICIA A. New Bern

JORDAN, JOYCE M. Sunbury

JORDAN, DALE Elkin

JOYCE, LINDA D. Leaksville

JOYNER, DAVID C. Lewiston

JOYNER, JUDY A. Rocky Mount

JOYNER, THELMA G. Mount Olive

JUSTICE, THOMAS F. Jacksonville

KALEEL, STEPHEN J. Charlotte

KAYLOR, ROBERT W. Wilmington

KEEL, MARY M. Portsmouth, Va.

KEIBER, ROBERT J. Kearny, N. J.

265






KELLEY, CAROLYN S. Roanoke, Va.

KELLEY, MARY C. Madison

KENNEDY PEGGY S. Mount Olive

KEY, MONNIE P. Robbins

KILLIAN, PAUL W., JR. Roanoke, Va.

KIMSEY, JAMES R. Murphy

KINDLE, MICKEY E. Kenton, Ohio

KING, CARL W. Durham

KING, RAY W. Kannapolis

KING, RONALD H. Bear Creek

KINLAW, ELLEN E. Greenville

KINNARD, ROBERT L. Norfolk, Va.

KIRBY, KENNETH N. Dunn

KIRKLAND, THURLOE L. Pendleton

KIRSCH, MARY D. Milton, Fla.

KLINGMAN, SARAH E. Greenville

KLUTTZ, BRENDA R. Rockwell

KNOCK, DAVID H. Arlington

KOONCE, SUE E. Jacksonville

KOONTZ, SYLVIA S. Welcome

KOWALSKI, PRISCILLA Aulander

KRIZ, PETER Greenville

KUHNS, RONALD D. Bethlehem, Pa.

LAMAR, THOMAS C. New Bern

LAMAL VERLA J. Lucoma

LAMPLEY, INA K. Biscoe

LANCASTER, RONALD S. Burlington

LANDRY, FERNAND A., JR. Charlestown, W. Va.

LANE, ASHLEY H. Roxobell

LANEY. MARY B, Monroe

LANGDON, CHARLENE A. Benson

LARSON, MARGUERITE J. Cherry Point

LEARY, LAURA M. Vanceboro

266






LEGGETT, ROBERT E., JR. Hobgood

LEONARD, DEITRA M. Lexington

LEONARD, JEWELL S. Fayetteville

LEONARD, PATRICIA A. High Point

JUNIORS

LEONHARDT, RITA A. Cherryville

LESTER, SANDRA G. Fuquay-Varina

LETCHWORTH, JOHN W. Rocky Mount

LEWIS, MARGARET H. Beaufort

LEWIS, PEGGY A. Statesville

LINGERFELT, JUDY A. Charlotte

LITTLE, THELAIA F. Ash

LITTLETON, TROWBRIDGE Midleburg, Va.

LOCKHART, CAROLYN V. Semora

LOEHR, JUDITH E. Richmond, Va.

LOFTUS, DENNIS L. Raeford

LOMAX, PHILLIP M. Star

LOUDEN, MARIE A. Fostoria, Ohio

LORRAINE, WILLIAM C. Charlotte

LOY, HARRIET T. Graham

LUCAS, JUNEAL K. Durham

LUCKHAM, RUTH D. Morehead City

LUEHRS, WILLIAM J. Kenly

LURVEY, PATRICA A. Washington

LYNCH, BRENDA S. Selma

MACDIARMID, JOHN M. Rocky Mount

MACKINTOSH, MARGARET Raleigh

MADRE, JAMES L. Rocky Elizabeth City

MALLARD, MICHAEL S. Trenton

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MALLON, JOHN F. Scotch Plains, N.J.

MALLORY, JAMES D., JR. Plymouth

MANGUM, WILLIAM T. Durham

MANNING, WILLIAM N. Plymouth

MARASCO, JAMES J. Norfolk, Va.

MARINE, LESLEY D. Charlotte

MARKLAND, BRENDA S. Winston-Salem

MARTIN, EMMA J. Portsmouth, Va.

MARTIN, JENNIE S. Macclesfield

MARTIN, KATHRYN G. Middletown, R.I.

MARTIN, KENNETH W. Greensboro

MARTHIN, PENNY L. Tarboro

MASON, CAROLYN S. Marshallberg

MASSEY, EARL V. Rehoboth, Del.

MASTIN, ROBERT F., JR. Elkin

MATLOCK, SANDRA G. Greensboro

MATSON, JOHN D. Lodi, N.J.

MATTHEWS, BARBARA J. Asheville

MAYO, FRANCES E. Fountain

McALISTER, J. L., JR. Hemingway, S.C.

McBRIDE, VANCE M., JR. Statesville

McCALL, HARRY L. Marion

McCALL, PATRICIA A. Lenoir

McCLEES, CELIA M. Williamston

McCLEES, ROBERT W. Williamston

McCLUNG, JACK A., JR. Spungdahlem, Ger.

McDONALD, DIANNE B. Wilmington

McDONALD, LAURA H. Simpson

McDONALD, ROBERT W. Seaford, Del.

McDUFFIE, F. BILL Hamlet

McKEE, WILBUR B. Greensboro

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MALLON, JOHN F. Scoth Plains, N.J.

MALLORY, JAMES D., JR. Plymouth

MANGUM, WILLIAM T. Durham

MANNING, WILLIAM N. Plymouth

MARASCO, JAMES J. Norfolk, Va.

MARINE, LESLEY D. Charlotte

MARKLAND, BRENDA S. Winston-Salem

MARTIN, EMMA J. Portsmouth, Va.

MARTIN, JENNIE S. Macclesfield

MARTIN, KATHRYN G. Middletown, R.I.

MARTIN, KENNETH W. Greensboro

MARTIN, PENNY L. Tarboro

MASON, CAROLYN S. Mashallberg

MASSEY, EARL V. Rehoboth, Del.

MASTIN, ROBERT F., JR. Elkin

MATLOCK, SANDRA G. Greensboro

JUNIORS

MATSON, JOHN D. Lodi, N.J.

MATTHEWS, BARBARA J. Asheville

MAYO, FRANCES E. Fountain

McALISTER, J. L., JR. Hemingway, S.C.

McBRIDE, VANCE M., JR. Statesville

McCALL, HARRY L. Marion

McCALL, PATRICIA A. Lenoir

McCLEES, CELIA M. Williamston

McCLEES, ROBERT W. Williamston

McCLUNG, JACK A., JR. Spungdahlem, Ger.

McDONALD, DIANNE B. Wilmington

McDONALD, LAURA H. Simpson

McDONALD, ROBERT W. Seaford, Del.

McDUFFIE, F. BILL Hamlet

McKEE, WILBUR B. Greensboro

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MOORE, WILLIAM C. Clinton

MOOSE, LINDA G. Cary

MORGAN, BELMOUNT J., JR. Morehead City

MORGAN, GAYLE S. Spring Hope

MORGAN, LINDA C. Raeford

MORGAN, WILLIAM T. Oxford

MORRIS, JANET G, Denton

MORRIS, LINDA G. Hickory

MORRIS, ROSS A. Richmond, Va.

MORRIS, SHARON F. Jamestown

MORROW, CAROLE L. Goldsboro

MOSS, JAMES H. Myrtle Beach, S.C.

MOUSHEGIAN, JAMES Alexandria, Va.

MUMFORD, PATRICK W. New Bern

MURPHY, HARRY D. Rose Hill

MURRELL, RICHARD E. Greensboro

NANCE, KENNETH B. Florence, S.B.

NAVEY, BEVERLY C. Greensboro

NELSON, CHARLES S. Robersonville

NELSON, LEE JR. Kernersville

NELSON, MARIAN H. Grifton

NEVILLE, DOROTHY A. Chapel Hill

NEWBERRY, JOY M. Lumberton

NEWMAN, SARA F. Whiteville

NIXON, ANNIE R. Edenton

NIXON, ROGER M. Winfall

NORRIS, BRENDA G. Dunn

NORRIS, LARRY G. Dunn

NORTHUP, JOHN H. Lititz, Pa.

NORVILLE, CAROL M. Fountain

NUTT, SANDDRA K. Durham

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NYLANDER, JUDITH K. Richmond, Va.

OLIVER, BRAXTON S. New Bern

OLIVER, DANIEL N. Washington

ORMOND, ABBIE A. Garner

ORR, CELIA K. Falls Church, Va.

OVERTON, ANN C. Cherry Point

OWEN, JUDITH L. Stony Creek, Va.

OWENS, RUFUS D. Greenville

PACHIMSAWAT, PRAJIT Bangkok, Thailand

PADGETT, DIANA G. Asheville

PADRICK, BARBARA G. Jacksonville

PAHL, MARGARET S. Autryville

PAINTER, JOAN E. Graham

PAMBY, JOANNE D. Washington, N.J.

PANTON, ALICE K. Milwaukee

PARKER, GERALD F. Melalla, Oregon

PARMELEE, CINDA R. Raleigh

PARNELL, JUDITH G. Micro

PARRISH, JACKIE W. Kenly

PARRY, WALLACE T. Rocky Mount

PARSONS, ALICE J. Candor

PATTEN, CHARLENE M. Newport News, Va.

PAUL, MAURICE R. Belhaven

PAUL, RICHARD S. Greenville

PEARCE, LINDA J. Benson

PEARSON, WILLIAM S. Greensboro

PEEDIN, BONNIE G. Pine Level

PENDER, FRANCES S. Hillsboro

PENDERGRASS, RANNIE J. Durham

PENTECOST, JOHN M. Donelson, Tenn.

PERKINS, CAROLYN Danville, Va.

PERNELL, JULIAN T. Henderson

PERNELL, LARRY E. Rock Mount

PERRY, JAMES W. Windsor

PERRY, LINWOOD M., JR. Sims

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PERRY, NANCY C. Durham

PERRY, RAYMOND D. Albemarle

PETKA, ROBERT C. Wilmington, Del.

PETERS, ROBERT L. Dunn

PETTIGREW, JACQUELINE Rocky Mount

PHELPS, BRENDA R. Durham

PHILLIPS, LARRY W. Raeford

PIERCE, GLORIA G. Roper

PIERCE, KENNETH M. Windsor

PIKE, DIANA L. Fremont

PIKE, JOE B. Mount Airy

PILAND, PERGY K. Oak City

PINER, WALLACE J. Wilmington

PITTMAN, THERESA A. Selfridge, A.F.B., Mich.

POPE, FRANCES W. Dunn

POWELL, GARY C. Hampton, Va.

POWELL, JOAN E. Alexandria, Va.

POWELL, THOMAS L. Ahoskie

PRESLEY, RONNIE D. Belmont

PRESSER, LONA K. Greenville

PRESTON, GLORIA D. Stokesdale

PRICE, JOSEPH M. Seaford, Del.

PRIDGEN, ALICE M. La Grange

PRYCE, SILAS H. Rockingham

PUGH, WORTH T. Greensboro

PULLEY, NANCY R. Mount Olive

PURSER, HOWARD B. Charlotte

RACHELS, CAROLYN P. Richmond, Va.

RAPE, JANET L. Monroe

RASOR, BROOKS M., JR. Clayton

RAYFIELD, HUBERT E., JR. Wadesboro

RAYNOR, MARGARET E. Fayetteville

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REAVIS, ALMA D. Magnolia

REDD, SARA V. Maysville

REECE, MARY J. Jonesville

REESE, THOMAS O., JR. Newport News, Va.

JUNIORS

REIBSMEN, VIRGINIA H. Chester, Va.

REID, FAY M. Southern Pines

REIF, PAUL B. New Castle, Del.

RENEGAR, ANN P. Monroe

RHOADES, JANICE C. Richmond, Va.

RHODES, WILLIAM B., JR. Raleigh

RHONEY, GERALDINE E. Hickory

RICE, WILLIAM B. Kinston

RICHARDSON, JOHN E. Zebulon

RICHARDSON, GEORGE R. Roano, Va.

RICKS, ETHRIDGE H., II New Bern

RIDDICK, BOBBIE B. Norfolk, Va.

RIDDLE, KATHRYN R. Ashville

RIDGE, JOAN I. Smithfield

ROBBINS, JUDITH D. Winston-Salem

ROBBINS, LYNDA R. Ahoskie

ROBBINS, PHYLLIS A. Siler City

ROBERSON, TOMMY E. Robersonville

ROBERTS, JOAN L. Durham

ROBERTS, TOBY Goldsboro

ROBERTSON, HORACE C. Littleton

ROBERTSON, JAMES M., JR. Harmony

ROBINSON, JAMES P. Greenville

RODRIGUEZ, FREDERICK Brentwood, Md.

RODMAN, ELEANOR M. Washington

ROGERS, CAROL M. Winston-Salem

ROOT, MELISSA E. Lynchboro, Va.

ROPER, SELENA R. Norfolk, Va.

ROSE, CHARLES F. Lucama

ROSENTAL, MARITA S. Rocky Mount

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ROSS, PATRICIA ANN Greenville

ROSS, PRISCILLA B. New Bern

ROUNTREE, CAROLYN G. Gates

ROUSE, EMMA L. Kinston

JUNIORS

ROUSE, PATRICIA Fayetteville

ROUSSY, SUZANNE Lausanue, Switzerland

RUDY, JOHN R. Lancaster, Pa.

RUNNION, HARRY E. Lenoir

RYON, THOMAS S., JR. Farmville

SALDIN, CAROLE A. Pacific Palisades, Calif.

SAMS, MICHAEL G. Greensboro

SANDERSON, BETTY L. Albertson

SANFORD, BERT J., III Rutherfordton

SAPP, JANE E. Winston-Salem

SARAFANDI, ABDUL F. Salfit-Nablus, Jordon

SASSER, VIRGINIA K. Mount Olive

SATTERWHITE, GARLAND Rutherfordton

SCARLETT, JAMES G. Graham

SCHWENCKE, CHRISTINE Palm Beach, Fla.

SCHWIND, PATRICIA A. Levittown, Pa.

SCOTT, CAROL J. Kenly

SCOTT, HORACE K. Wilmington

SCOTT, PATRICIA L. Durham

SCOTT, RICHARD D. Sanford

SESSOMS, BARBARA L. Lumberton

SHEA, PATRICIA Norfolk, Va.

SHEARIN, BARBARA A. Whiteville

SHEARIN, DAN M. Whitakers

SHEARON, BOBBY N. Wake Forest

SHEETS, CHARLES E. Portsmouth, Va.

SHEPARD, BRUCE G. Nags Head

SHERMAN, GEORGE High Point

SHERRILL, RUSSELL G. Raleigh

SHOAF, MELINDA G. Burlington

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SHUTT, WANDA K. Winston-Salem

SIEGFRIED, JUDITH W. Hampton, Va.

SIGMON, JOYCE H. Roanoke, Va.

SIKES, PAUL L., II Greensboro

SIMPSON, WALTER S. Gretna, Va.

SINGLETON, MAXINE H. Pink Hill

SIZER, SHARON A. Suffolk, Va.

SKINNER, CORONEL C. Greensboro

SLAUGHTER, LINDA P. Blanch

SMALL, ALICE F. Roper

SMALL, DIANNE I. Elizabeth City

SMITH, BARRY L. Nazareth, Pa.

SMITH, BRENDA S. Benson

SMITH, CAROLYN S. Greenville

SMITH, DIANE D. Fayetteville

SMITH, EDWIN T., JR. Winston-Salem

SMITH, EMMETT G. Liberty

SMITH, ETHEL M. Kinston

SMITH, EULA M. Goldsboro

SMITH, KENNETH R. Goldsboro

GRADY, LELA F. Kinston

SMITH, MARGARET P. Morehead City

SMITH, MARY C. Mount Olive

SMITH, MARY D. Greenville

SMITH, MARY E. Fayetteville

SMITH, MICHAEL E. Pawtucket, R.I.

SMITH, SUE E. Greensboro

SMOOT, CATHARINE Tarboro

SNEAD, LAWRENCE C. Yanceyville

SNELL, DONNA H. Mount Airy

SNOWDEN, WILSON W. Currituck

SPELL, JAMES H. Roseboro

275






SPENCE, MARGARET A. Concord

SPENCER, BETTY W. Creswell

SPENCER, WALTER J., JR. Valdese

SPIVEY, NANCY M. Edenton

SPRINGLE, CHARLES L. Jacksonville

SPRINGS, ELEANOR A. Charlotte

STADFIELD, CAROL R. Alexandria, Va.

STAFFORD, FRANKLIN L. Albertson

STAFFORD, GRACE A. Greenville

STAFFORD, PATRICIA J. Kernersville

STALKER, SHARON E. Woodstock, Va.

STANLET, KENNETH R. Wilmington

STAPLEFORD, LORENA R. Kinston

STARNES, MICHAEL H. Asheville

STATON, VERNON E. Buena Vista, Va.

STEED, ROLAND, E. Denton

STEPHENS, CHRISTI Cordova

STEPHENSON, GLORIA E. Willow Springs

STEPHENSON, JAMES T. Murfreesboro

STEPHENSON, LINDA A. Scaboard

STEVENS, WAYNE S. Virgilina, Va.

STEVENS, WILLIS R. Greenville

STEWART, ODIS R. Eawin

STILLMAN, LYNN B. Windsor

STINAGLE, GEORGE W. Wilson

STOCKS, BRENDA A. Havelock

STONE, SARA L. Durham

STRICKLAND, JOHN C. Goldsboro

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STUBBS, PEGGY H. Greenville

STUTTS, MARY A. Southern Pines

STYRON, GEORGE T. Morehead

SUGG, EVE W. Smithfield

SUMNER, JOHN E. Winston-Salem

SUTE, ALBERT B., JR. Rahway, N.J.

SWICEGOOD, LINDA S. Lexington

SYKES, BETTY L. Kinston

JUNIORS

TAYLOE, EDWARD D. Charlottesville, Va.

TAYLOR, JUDITH A. Newport

TAYLOR, SHERA D. Como

TAYLOR, TONI J. Bradford, Pa.

TEEL, BENNIE E. Greenville

TERRELL, CHARLES L., JR. Raleigh

TEACHEY, BOBBY Rose Hill

TEACHEY, WILSON G. Wallace

TERRY, LYDIA J. Blairs, Va.

TESH, BILLY E. Newport News, Va.

THIGPEN, BRENDA L. Greenville

THIGPEN, JUDY L. Greenville

THOMAS, AILLENE S. Arlington, Va.

THOMPSON, ELSIE J. Charlotte

THOMPSON, HENRY H., JR. Charlotte

THOMPSON, JOHN W. Sparta, N.J.

THOMPSON. MARTHA M. New Bern

TOLLEY, SAMUEL R. Edenton

TOWNSEND, TERRY D. Bernardsville, N.J.

TRACY, MARGARET V. Charlotte

TRIPP, JIMMIE L. Conneaut, Ohio

TUCKER, JOSHUA L. Grifton

TUCKER, RUSSELL E. Magnolia

TURNER, JAMES M. Tyner

TURNER, MARY A. Eure

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TYLER, JUDITH E. Greensboro

TYSON, JAMES E. Siler City

TYSON, JOYCE A. Pinetown

TYSON, SYLVIA J. Snow Camp

UMBERGER, MILDRED J. Wytheville, Va.

UNDERWOOD, WINSTON L. Rockville, Md.

UPCHURCH, LARRY B. Wake Forest

USSERY, RICHARD L. Raeford

VALENTINE, NANCY T. Marshallberg

VANDYKEN, CHRISTIAN Greenville

VANDYKEN, JANE E. Camp Lejeune

VANUK, DANIEL A. Rahway, N.J.

VARNELL, CONNIE B. Elm City

VAUGHN, JAMES A. Stokesdale

VAUGHN, JANNIE G. Valdese

VICK, MARTHA A. Jacksonville

WACKERMAN, CHARLES S. Pollocksville

WADSWORTH, ELIZABETH Arlington, Va.

WALKER, ETHELYN J. Plymouth

WALL, LARRY E. Winston-Salem

WALL, PAUL R. East Bend

WALSH, JOHN L. Warwick, R.I.

WARD, WILLIAM A., JR. Rich Square

WARING, PATRICIA C. Richmond, Va.

WARNER, JAMES R. New Bern

WARREN, TONY D. Robersonville

WATERS, MARION H. Jamesville

WATERS, MARY M. Plymouth

WATKINS, DORIS P. Oxford

WATSON, JACQUELYN M. Chadbourn

WEATHERMAN, JANIE L. Statesville

WEEKS, CHRISTOPHER E. Elizabeth City

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WEISS, AUDREY L. Charlotte

WELLS, CARROLL L. Senora

WESCOTT, COLON W. Manteo

WEST, JOYCE M. Concord

JUNIORS

WEST, MICHAEL L. Carolina Beach

WEST, SUSAN M. Statesville

WESTER, CATHERINE L. Spring Hope

WESTON, MAC A. Jacksonville

WETHERINGTON, ROSELLA Kinston

WHEELER, VALINDA A. Durham

WHISENHUNT, MARGARET Hamlet

WHITE, ELOUISE C. Ahoskie

WHITE, FRIEDA R. Colerain

WHITE, MILLIE Roper

WHITE, MIRIAM K. Colerain

WHITE, WILLIAM R. Manns Harbor

WHITEHURST, GROVER J. Washington

WHITEHURST, JOHN E. Robersonville

WHITFIELD, SANDRA P. Rocky Mount

WIEGNER, GEORGE M. Haddonfield, N.J.

WIGGS, JAMES P. Pinetops

WIGGS, VERNA J. Selma

WILCOX, ROBERT A. Richmond, Va.

WILKERSON, MYRTLE G. Newton Grove

WILKINS, WILLIAM, JR. Florence, S.C.

WILLIAMS, BEULAH R. Wilmington

WILLIAMS, CARLA L. Onancock, Va.

WILLIAMS, CLARA A. Rocky Mount

WILLIAMS, EDWIN J. Kinston

WILLIAMS, EVA A. Ahoskie

WILLIAMS, JAMES E., JR. Washington

WILLIAMS, JOAN B. Suffolk, Va.

WILLOUGHBY, JOSEPH D. Axden

WILLIAMS, MAYME C. Raleigh

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WILLIAMS, RONALD H. Greenville

WILLIAMSON, DOROTHY C. Wilson

WILLIAMSON, GRADY L. Seagrove

WILLIS, GRAYER K. Marshallberg

WILLIS, JAYNE T. Greenville

WILLIS, JOHN D. Harkers Island

WILLIS, JONIBEL Morehead City

WILLOUGHBY, BEN C. Snow Hill

WILSON, ANN L. Charlotte

WILSON, THERESE E. Greenville

WINBON, GEORGE R. Wilson

WINDHAM, LYNDIA L. Durham

WINSTEAD, JAMES E., JR. Elm City

WINSTON, SAMUEL C. Durham

WOLFE, BONNIE M. Nazareth, Pa.

WOMACK, JANE Carthage

JUNIORS

WOOD, JUDITH E. Roanoke Rapids

WOOD, NINA E. Chester, Va

WOOD, MARILYN H. Ayden

WOODARD, NANCY E. Princeton

WOODARD, VICTORIA New Bern

WOODLEY, MARY R. Columbia

WOODSIDE, JERRY F. Durham

WOOTEN, BILLIE J. Longhurst

WOOTEN, MARTHA S. La Grange

WORRELL, MARGARET J. Goldsboro

WRIGHT, CAROLYN A. Portsmouth, Va.

WRIGHT, DANNY W. Henderson

YOUNG, ROBERT A., JR. Powells Point

ZUZMA, REBECCA P. Williamsburg, Va.

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SOPHOMORES

Bill Deal, President; Sallie Yopp, Secretary; Jane Helms, Treasurer; Bill Dickens, Vice-President.

Class Officers

Senators

Our Freshman pass through one stage more And soon become our Sophomores. Sophomore means a "wise old fool," And this is true, as a general rule. His freshman year, now history. He wonders what he wants to be. Although he is a starter yet, He exceeds Freshmen, you can bet. Through study and implied result He deems to become an adult. When this plateau is finally reached He wishes others he may teach.

By now he knows just what it takes To make the grades and stand the quakes. By now he knows what college is for, For he's a full fledged Sophomore.

Pam Dalton, Jan Jackson, Bob Kerlin and Frank Rice.

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AAN, BARBARA J. Raleigh

ABBEY, SIMERON A., JR. Charlotte

ABENE, MICHELE A. Ayden

ABERNETHY, KATHRYN A. Nashville

ADAMS, THOMAS N., III Greensboro

AIKEN, JULIA M. Fuquay

ALCOCK, GUY W. Pollocksville

ALDRIDGE. JOHN T. Durham

ALEXANDER, WILLIAM K. Washington, D.C.

ALLEN, JONATHAN C. Apex

ALLEN, MICHAEL W. Four Oaks

ALLIGOOD, MARIAM L. Washington

Drew Pearson Gives Lecture.

ALLRED, CHARLES R. Kannapolis

ALLSBROOK, MICHAEL L. Greenville

ALLSBROOK, WILLIAM B., JR. Roanoke Rapids

ALTMAN, LINDA M. Kinston

AMICK, HAROLD W. Burlington

ANDERSON, LYNDA C. Matthews

ANDERSON, SUE A. Falls Church, Va.

ANDERSON, WILLIAM, JR. Olney, Va.

ANDREWS, BRUCE W. Clinton

ANDREWS, LOUISE F. Plymouth

ANGELO, JOSEPH Lynbrook, N.Y.

APPLEBY, ANDREW S. Franklin, Va,

ARLEDEGE, MICHAEL P. Cary

ARMSTRONG, PAUL, III Pinetops

ARNOLD, CARL T. Leaksville

ARNOLD, PATRICIA A. Portsmouth, Va.

ARROWOOD, HAROLD A. Lexington

ASKEW, ELIZABETH A, Kinston

ATKINSON, JANE Yorktown, Va.

AUSTIN, KENNETH W. Greensboro

AVERSA, ALFONSO R. New Bern

AVERY, JOHN A. Durham

AVERY, MARY F. Farmville

AVERY, NANCY P. Morganton

AYCOCK, DONALD A. Wilson

BAKER, BETTY L. Washington

BAKER, MICHAEL S. Typton, Ind.

BALDWIN, HARRY L. Liberty

BANKS, WILLIAM G. Holly Ridge

BARBEE, BETSY C. Hertford

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BARDEN, WOODROW T. Goldsboro

BAREFOOT, FRANCES M. Four Oaks

BAREFOOT, JUDY E. Newton Grove

BARGER, DONALD S. Burlington

BARKER, WAYNE M. Semore

BARNES, EDWARD D. Kenly

BARNES, JEAN D. Wade

BARNES, LINDA E. Kinston

BARRIER, REBA A. Mount Pleasant

BARRINGER, MARY J. Burlington

BARROW, BARBARA A. Snow Hill

BARTLETT, MARTHA B. Bowden

BARTLEY, WILLEAM S. Hubert

BARTS, DARRELL J. Yanceyville

BARWICK, DELTEON W. Kinston

BASNIGHT, SHEILA S. Manteo

BATEMAN, RAYE N. Belhaven

BAXLEY, HOWARD K. Wagram

BEAL, JULIA C. Goldsboro

BEAMAN, PATRICIA C. Stantonsburg

BEATO, JOSEPH A. Trenton, N.J.

BECHT, SUSAN E. Concord

BELL, PATRICIA A. Elizabethtown

BELL, SYLVIA J. Rocky Mount

BEMIS, WILLIAM Y.Robersonville

SOPHOMORES

BENDER, BARBARA B. Pollocksville

BENNETT, BARBARA S. New Bern

BENNETT, RONALD P. Ellerbe

BERINI, DANTE C. Durham

BERRY, BONNIE G. Fayetteville

BEST, BRENDA F. Goldsboro

BIGGS, SARA C. Hickory

BIRD, ROBERT F. Asheboro

BISHOP, ALFRED J. Goldsboro

BISHOP, JANE E. Bath

BLACKMAN, CLARA J. Dudley

BLANCHARD, STEPHEN M. Raleigh

BLAND, MARVIN H., JR. New Bern

BLOODWORTH, ANEXANDER Durham

BLOUNT, GWENDOLYN M. Jamesville

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BOLEJACK, DON P. Pittsboro

BOLEY, SUE E. Bethesda, Md.

BOLLING, BARBARA J. Winston-Salem

BONDS, MARY D. Williamston

BONEY, PATRICIA E. Hamlet

BOOKER, JOHN A. III Blackstone, Va.

BOST, WALTER L. Clinton

BOSTIC, WALTER E., JR. Warsaw

BOVARD, WALTER B. Virginia Beach, Va.

BOWEN, PATRICIA K. Plymouth

BOWERS, DOUGLAS B. Graham

BOWMAN, MARIE C. Hudson

BOYD, IRA H. Plymouth

BOYD, REBECCA J. Goldsboro

BOYD, WILLIAM T. Springfield, Va.

BOYHAN, THOMAS P. Oakdale, N.Y.

BOYKIN, LYNDA L. Winterville

BOYKIN, WILLIAM B. Sims

BRABBLE, DIANA F. Edenton

BRADFORD, SUSAN E. Arlington, Va.

BRAME, KERMIT D., JR. Kenly

BRANN, LORRAINE W. Snow Hill

BREWER, FRANK L. Greenville

BRICKHOUSE, HERBERT L. Columbia

BRIGHT, MARY C. Raleigh

BRILEY, BETTY J. Greenville

BRITT, LEONARD E. Princeton

BRITT, REBECCA A. Mount Olive

BRITTON, BRENDA C. Lewiston

BRITTON, JOHN C. Cranbury, N.J.

Hundred Unit Parade Launches Homecoming.

BRITTON. JOSEPH B. Lewiston

BROADHURST, JANET C. Wilson

BROADHURST, MARY E. Mount Olive

BROOKS, LORA C. Durham

BROOKS, SHEILA A. Fayetteville

BROWDER, JAMES L. Richmond, Va.

BROWN, DAVID A. Youngsville

BROWN, ELIZABETH B. Tarboro

BROWN, KENNETH E. Fredericksburg, Va.

BROWN, LAWERNCE M., JR. Lynchburg, Va.

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BROWN, MARY J. Hobbsville

BROWN, PATRICIA J. Rocky Point

BROWN, REBECCA A. Rockingham

BROWN, ROBERT C, JR. Roanoke Rapids

BROWN, THOMAS E. Greenville

BRYAN, JAMES W., III Hobgood

BRYANT, ROSS F. Washington, D.C.

BUCK, ELBERT T., JR. Winterville

BULLA, JANE C. Asheboro

BULLARD, LINDA N. Lumber Bridge

BULLOCK, JIMMIE N. Fairmont

BULLUCK, JUDY K. Williamston

BUMGARDNER, JOHN M. Charlotte

BUNN, RUSSELL D. Goldsboro

Wright Fountain gets a much needed bath from college maintenance employ- ees - to remove soap suds.

SOPHOMORES

BURGESS, WILLIAM L. Washington

BURGESS, PEGGY R. Battleboro

BURKE, JOHN V. Jacksonville

BURNS, ELIZABETH A. Pittsboro

BURNSIDE, BRUCE M. Arlington, Va.

BURROUGHS, CANDACE V. Bridgeton

BURTON, P. JANE High Point

BUTLER, CHARLES K. Charlottesville, Va.

BYNUM, CATHERINE E. Iron Station

BYRD, FRANKLIN D., III Fayetteville

BYRD, RETHA F. Coats

BYRNE, RICHARD L. Fayetteville

CALDER, LEROY A., JR. Albemarle

CALHOUN, BRENDA G. Greenville

CAMP, JAMES C. Pittsboro

CAMPBELL, MARTHA E. Rocky Mount

CAMPBELL, MARY E. Oxford

CAMPBELL, PATRICIA A. Burlington

CAMPBELL, THOMAS H. Wilson

CANNADY, WILLIAM M., JR. Oxford

CANNON, INA S. Grimesland

CAPPS, PAUL C, JR. Jacksonville

CARAWAN, DOUGLAS D. Mesic

CARAWON, EMOGENE Cove City

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CARLTON, PENELOPE V. Edenton

CARMICHAEL, FRANCES C. Norfolk, Va.

CARPENTER, MARY J. Newport News, Va.

CARR, VIRGINIA S. Dudley

CARRAWAY, JOSEPH L. Farmville

CARRAWAY, PEGGY L. Greenville

CARTER, BRENDA H. Garland

CARTER, ELINOR M. Halifax, Va.

CARTER, PARKER W. Mullins, S.C.

CASEY, PHILLIP H., JR. Lynchburg, Va.

CASH, SONDRA L. Franklinton

CASHION, JAMES E., JR. Mooreville

CAUDLE, RICHARD L. Charlotte

CHADWICK, VERNON P. Silver Spring, Md.

CHAPMAN, JAMES A. Greenville

CHAPPELL, ELLEN D. Burlington

CHEROFF, RICHARD P. Fayetteville

CHERRY, BETTY L. Washington

CHERRY, JANET A. Charlotte

CHILTON, LARRY W. Winston-Salem

CHRISTENBURY, JUDY M. Fayetteville

CLAPP, ALVIS R. Whitsett

CLARK, MARY E. Statesville

CLARK, RUBY J. Oxford

CLEGG, ELEANOR J. Sanford

CLINE, BARBARA C. Wilson

CLOUGH, DAVID N. Columbia

COATES, JAMES E. Coates

COBB, RICHARD E. Edenton

COBB, VADEN L. Greensboro

COCHRAN, FRANCIL W., JR. Greensboro

COCKMAN, JAMES E. Rockingham

COLE, DONALD W. Siler City

COLE, LENA C. Fountain

COLEMAN, MAURICE A., JR. Glendale, Ariz.

COLLINS, JUDITH A. Wake Forest

COLLINS, SYLVIA D. Elizabeth City

COMER, WAYNE D. Goldsboro

CONRAD, VIRGINIA D. Charlotte

COOK, JAMES A. Blanch

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COOPER, GILBERT G., JR. Morehead City

COOPER, SANDRA L., Wilson

CORBETT, DOUGLAS R. Goldsboro

COTTON, JERRY W. Moncure

COWART, JOHN W. Camp Lejune

COX, CORNELIA I. Clayton

COX, OTTIS G., JR. Chocowinity

COX, SAMUEL H. Goldsboro

CRABTREE, MARTHA A. Rougemont

CRANE, PETER B. Fayetteville

CRAYTON, JAMES E., JR. Smithfield

CREECH, GLORIA J. Kinston

CREECH, JOYE L. Fayetteville

CREW, JOHN A. Morganton

CRISP, BETTY L. Pinetops

CROCKER, LINDS B. Henderson

CROLL, NANCY J. Federalsburg, Mo.

CROOM, FRANCES E. Trenton

CROSBY, SANDRA G. Raleigh

CROSS, CAROL J. Charlotte

Pirate gridders Norman Swindell, Bill Cline, and Bill Prince, cast their ballots in the Student Government Associations elections.

SOPHOMORES

CR0WELL, WILLIAM J. Norfolk, Va.

CRAXT0N, HILDA A. Richmond, Va.

CULPEPPER, VICTORIA J. Portsmouth, Va.

CUNNINGHAM, SYDNEY G. Winston-Salem

CURRIN, GLENDA F. Angier

CURRIN, PHYLLIS A. Henderson

CURRIN, SANDRA E. Angier

CYGAN, JOEL R. Westminster, Mass.

DAIL, DELLA R. Greenville

DALTON, PAMELA J. Greensboro

DANIEL, ANNE C. Greenville

DANIEL, BEN A. Yanceyville

DANIEL, DARRYL T. Rocky Mount

DANIELS, CANDACE A. Statesville

DANIELS, JIMMY R. Rocky Mount

DARDEN, CARL D. Newton Grove

DARK, LOIS E. Sanford

DAVENPORT, ANDREW Rocky Mount

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DAVIDSON, TONDRA C. Statesville

DAVIS, ARCHIE D. Atalantic Beach

DAVIS, DORIS A. Whiteville

DAVIS, GARY E. Pantego

DAVIS, GEORGIA E. Four Oaks

DAVIS, KATHERINE L. Faison

DAVIS, LYLA D. Columbia

DAVIS, MARY L. Smithfield

DAVIS, SUSAN L. Mount Airy

DAVIS, WILLIAM S., JR. Warrenton

DAWSON, LINDA S. Kinston

DAY, SANDRDA J. Oxford

DEAL, JACKIE W. Pinetops

DEAL, MADELINE E. Farmville

DEAL, WILLIAM F. Statesville

DEATON, ELIZABETH A. Mooresville

DECKER, WILLIAM E. Bellmawr, N.J.

DEMILLE, FRANK R. Virginia Beach, Va.

DENNIS, CHRISTOPHER L. Swansboro

DENNIS, JOYCE F. Ayden

DENTON, EMILY C. Whitakers

DERRICKSON, VIVIAN M. Selleyville, Del.

DICKENS, JUDY A. Rocky Mount

DICKENS, WILLIAM I., III Wilson

DILDA, KENNETH W. Foutain

Novelist Englis Fletcher Present

DINEEN, MICHAEL J. Wilmington

DOOD, WILLIAM C. Raleigh

DOODS, LINDA E. Greenville

DODSON, THOMAS A., JR. Kinston

DOTY, FRANKS JR. Charlotte

DOUGHTIE, JOAN L. Holland, Va.

DRAKE, ROGER W., JR. Franklin, Va.

DRIVER, CHARLES M., JR. Landin

DUNAWAY, DONALD J. Elizabeth City

DUNCAN, ROBERT T., JR. Raleigh

DUNN, JENNIE S. Henderson

EADIE, JOAN G. Farmingdale, N.Y.

EARNHARDT, LINDA K. Concord

EDGERTON, CAROL F. Greensboro

EDWARDS, BRENDA E. Ayden

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EDWARDS, DIANA W. Louisburg

EDWARDS, GLENDA A. Sanford

EDWARDS, JOSEPH C. Rocky Moune

EDWARDS, LISTON G. Goldsboro

EDWARDS, MARY A. Polkton

EDWARDS, SANDRA R. Selma

EDWARDS, STANLEY E. Washington

EDWARDS, TANA R. Merritt

EFLAND, DONALD C. Efland

EICHORN, DENNIS E. Ayden

ELKINS, ROBERT B. Arlington, Va.

ELLIOTT, MARTHA L. Charlotte

for Dormitory Dedication.

EMBLER, TOE F. Asheville

EMORY, CHRISTINE S. New Bern

ENGLISH, ALINDA L. Warsaw

ENNIS, WAYNE L. Durham

EQUILS, JAMES W. Norfolk, Va.

ESHAM, DAVID E. Ocracoke

ESSER, MARIAN Raleigh

EUBANKS, LINWOOD G. Trenton

EURE, JACQUELYN P. Gates

EVANS, AUDREY K. Durham

EVANS, BETSY L. Merry Hill

EVANS. CRYSTAL L. Shalotte

EVANS, SUSAN W. Edenton

EWELL, GRACE L. Greenville

FAIRLESS, BRENDA R. Colerain

FALLS, IDA J. Bessemer City

FaNN, SANDRA L. Salemburg

FARTHING, MICHELE P. Goldsboro

SOPHOMORES

FEGAN, HAROLD J. Greenville

FELTON, LARRY L. Eure

FENNELL, MARY M. Rocky Point

FERGUSON, DOROTHY R. Lemon Springs

FERRELL, LENNIS F. Weldon

FERRIS, LINDA P. Belhaven

FETZER, DANIEL J. Shelby

FITZGERALD, DOUGLAS H. Wilson

FLOWERS, DIXIE R. Four Oaks

FOOS, GAIL E. Smithfield

FORBES, CHARLES E. Robersonville

FORBES, VERNON M. JR. Burlington

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FORD, AMNA A. Fayetteville

FORD, ANTHONY T. Williamsburg, Va.

FORREST KAY I. Vanceboro

FOWLE, ROBERT A. Washington

FRANKLIN, JAMES T. Raleigh

FRANKS, DONALD R. Goldsboro

FRAZIER. DAVID C. Raleigh

FREEMAN, CATHERINE A. Asheboro

FREUDIG, FRANK F. Winston-Salem

FRIDLEY, CLAUDE R. Alexandria, Va

FRITZ, JEAN Goldsboro

FRYE, DONALD G. Carthage

FULLER, JOHN P. Virginia Beach, Va.

FUSSELL, CAROLYN Clinton

Contemplation - leg-glancing, a tradi- tional activity at East Carolina, is very popular among the "college hill" set.

SOPHOMORES

FUSSELL, ROBIN L. Winterville

GARBETT, EARL W. JR. Richmond, Va.

GARDNER, GARY L. Williamston

GARMON, KENNETH S. Concord

GARRETT, MARY E. Wilmington

GARRIS, WILLIAM R. Greenville

GATLING, FRANK P. Springfield, Va.

GAUTIER, JUDITH A. Washington

GAYNOR, BEVERLY J. Falkland

GEHMAN, ADRIENNE D. Namakagar, Pa.

GENTRY, LINDA C. Wrightsville Beach

GENTRY, MARY A. King

GIFFORD, RICHARD O. Hyattsville, Md.

GILLEY, FRANCES A. Morresville

GILLIAM, ANNE S. Durham

GILLIS, WILLIAM J. Fayetteville

GLAZIER, LINDA A. Hunnington. W. Va.

GOINS, SHERRY G. High Point

GOODING, EVA M. Elizabeth City

GOULD, LINDSEY M. Raleigh

GRAHAM, GARY C. Greensboro

GRAHAM, JANICE R. Greensboro

GRALICK, JOSEPH A. Maple Shade, N.J.

GRANT, LINWOOD H. Seven Springs

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GRANTHAM, DOROTHY E. Goldsboro

GRAY, ANNETTE Jacksonville

GRAY, JOANNE Falls Church, Va.

GRAY, MERICE A. Newport

GRAY, SANDRA L. Durham

GREEN, LISA Norfolk, Va.

GREENWAY, DENNIS C. Henderson

GREGG, GERALD B. Chevy Chase, Md.

GREGORY, DAVID B. Shawboro

GREGORY, WILLIAM E. Wilson

GRESH, EDWARD L. Raleigh

GRIFFIN, CAROL E. Fairmont

GRIFFIN, CAROLYN J. Edenton

GRIFFIN, REBECCA F. Washington

GIRFFIN, SUSAN C. Hendersonville

GRIMES, ROBERT L. Robersonville

GRISSOM, CHARLES E. Henderson

GUIN, MARY N. Thomasville

GULLEY, THOMAS L. Tarboro

GUPTON, JOYCE A. Hollister

GURGANUS, MARCIA A. Greenville

GUSTAFSON, CAROL A. Williamston

GUTBERLET, MICHAEL J. Norfolk, Va.

GUTHRIE, CARL C. Jacksonville

GUTTERMAN, HERBERT E. Norfolk, Va.

GUY, HARRY D. Calypso

GUY, JOHN A. Charlotte

GWIN, MARY G. Wagram

GWYNNE, MATT K., III Wagram

HADDOCK, LINDA F. Hookerton

SOPHOMORES

HALL, JOHN C. Kenansville

HALL, THELMA K. Youngsville

HAMILTON, MICHAEL G. Somere Point, N.J.

HAMRICK, WALTER R. Shelby

HAND, JAMES W. Alexis

HANSEN, LINDA R. Hartford, Conn.

HANSEN, WALFRED J. New Bern

HARDEE, DANIEL E. Greenville

HARDEE ROGER B. Greenville

HARDISON, CLIFTON L. Seven Springs

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HARDISON, NEAL F. Deep Run

HARMON, WILLIAM K. Olney, Va.

HARPER, JAMES S., JR. Rocky Mount

HARPER, JOE J. JR. Whitakers

HARRELL, CHARLIE R. Tarboro

HARRELL, SANDRA F. Macclesffield

HARRELL, SHIRLEY J. Colerain

HARRINGTON, JAMES JR. Olivia

HARRINGTON, MARION R. Greenville

HARRIS, ALETIA D. Rocky Mount

HARRIS, CARLTON W. Swan Quarter

HARRIS, CAROLYN J. Greenville

HARRIS, DOLORES R. Greenville

HARRIS, DONALD C. Fayetteville

HARRIS, MARSHA K. Pineville

HARRIS, SARAH E. Kings Park, N.Y.

HARRIS, SHELLY S. Fayetteville

HARRISON, MARTHA S. Lexington, Ky.

HARRISON, SANDRA K. Grifton

HARRISON, WILLIAM E. Windsor

The marching pi- rates, donning brighl purple and gold uni- forms, present an- other splendid half- time performance.

HARTSELL, HARRIET G. Concord

HARVEY, CAROLE M. Statesville

HASKINS, RICHARD B. Raleigh

HASTE, JUDY A. Edenton

HATLEY, GUY L. Kannopolis

HAWKINS, JOHN O. Mebane

HAYWORTH, CHARLOTTE S. Asheboro

HEALY, CLARENCE V., JR. Charlotte

HEATH, CHARLES L. Kinston

HECKMAN, GEORGE H., III Graham

HEDGECOCK, RICHARD T. Kernersville

HELMS, JANE A. Raleigh

HENDERSON, WILMA J. Statesville

HENDLEY, MARY G. Albemarle

HENDRICKS, W.F., III Richmond, Va.

HENDRIX, JUDY G. Hickory

HENRIES, MAX E. Aurora

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HENSON, DIANE E. Conover

HERRING, VARO E. Mount Olive

HERRINGTON, PHILLIP Martinsville, Va.

HICKORY, THOMAS D. South Boston, Va.

HICKS, DONNA LEE New Bern

HIGNITE, RONALD E. Greenville

HILL, JIMMY S. Ridgeway, Va.

HILL, POLLY A. Camp LeJeune

HILL, ROBERT M. Richmond, Va.

HILLIARD, CAROLYN S. Zebulon

HOBBS, JOYCELYN R. Hertford

HOBGOOD, REBECCA S. Durham

HOFFMANN, KATHARINE A. Fayetteville

HOGG, OAKLEY W., JR. Gloucester, Va.

HOGSETT, JAMES ALTON Henderson

HOLCOMB, SANDRA GAIL Cycle

HOLDER, JAEMS W., JR. Pinnacle

HOLLOMAN, JOSEPH J. Ahoskie

HOLMES, REBECCA H. San Antonio, Texas

HOLOMAN, DOROTHY L. Raleigh

HOLSON, JOSEPH F., JR. Georgetown, Del.

HOLT, EDWINA Princeton

HOLT, JAMES L. Greenville

HOLTON, JANICE Winston-Salem

HOLTON, THOMAS E., JR. Winston-Salem

HOMESLEY, SAMUEL T. Cherryville

HONEYCUTT, CAROL A. Lexington

HORNE, Jo ANNE Greenville

HOUSE, TRILLIS G. Ayden

HOWARD, EDNA G. Pink Hill

HOWARD, THOMAS R. Wilson

HOWARD, TIFFANY C. Durham

HOWERTON, MICHAEL D. Leaksville

HOWERTON, OVELIA K. Winston-Salem

HOWETT, KATHRYN E. Columbia

HRULINSKI, ELEANOR M. Burlington

HUBER, JAMES A Huntsville, Ala.

HUDGINS, ALBERT D. Enfield

HUDGINS, EDWARD A., JR. Newport News, Va.

HUDSON, ANN Richmond, Va.

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HUFFMAN, THOMAS E. Buena Vista, Va.

HUGHES, PATRICIA L. Durham

HULIN, GARY WARREN Asheboro

HUNNICUTT, ETTA P. Durham

HUNNIECUTT, JOSEPH W. Bethel

HUNT, JOHN E. Riviera beach, Fla.

HUNT, MAMIE LOUISE Oxford

HUNT, PATRICIA M. Newton

HUNTER, FRANCES L. Elizabeth City

HASSEY, DOROTHY A. West End

HUX, ALBERT R. Roanoke Rapids

ILES, CARRIE E. Littleton

INMAN, JANET L. Lumberton

IPOCK, INA FAYE New Bern

IPOCK, PEGGY EARLE Greenville

JACKSON, EMMA J. Autryville

JACKSON, GLORIA J. Petersburg, Va.

JACKSON, HENRY B. Vass

JACKSON, IVA C. Winterville

JACKSON, FLOYD A. Dunn

the new "Illustrated Beatle Gl book says to do it this way.

SOPHOMORES

JACKSON, JANIS R. Langley A.F.B. Va.

JACKSON. MACK D. Jackson

JACKSON, MARY D. Greenville

JACKSON, MARY F. Greenville

JACKSON, VIRGINIA A. Kinston

JACKSON, VIRGINIA E. Rocky Mount

JAMES, LAWRENCE A. Elizabeth City

JANES, MARGARET L. Flushing, NY.

JASTREMSKI, LYNLEE Baltimore, Md.

JENKINS, ALBERTA Jacksonville

JENKINS, SALLY J. Gastonia

JENNINGS, JAMES A. Statesville

JOHNSON, ASHELY A. Liberty

JOHNSON, DORIS G. Greensboro

JOHNSON, FRANCES K. Grifton

JOHNSON, JANIE L. Portsmouth, Va.

JOHNSON, MARY L. Morganton

JOHNSON, MELVA R. Autryville

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JOHNSON, SHIRLEY L. Wilmington

JOHNSTON, FRANKLIN B. Edenton

JOHNSTON, WILLIMA M. Greenville

JONES, CAROLYN R. Bronx, N.Y.

JONES, DANIEL I. Durham

JONES, JAMES E. Corapeake

JONES, JANE A. Faith

JONES, KAY F. Smithfield

JONES, LARRY R. Mount Olive

JONES, RICHARD R. Morrisville

JONES, SUE T. Jacksonville

JOYNER, CAROLYN S. Tarboro

JOYNER, KENNETH T. Greenville

JOYNER, MARGARET L. Rich Square

JOYNER, MARY C. Rocky Mount

JOYNER, THURMA D. Ayden

JOYNER, WILLIAM B. Wilson

JURIN, PAULA A. Richmond, Va.

KAYLOR, LOANNE Hickory

KEARNEY, MARY K. Goldsboro

KEEL, LINDA L. Jacksonville

KEEN, BRENDA L. Mount Olive

KEFFER, JANE PORTIA Kinston

KELLER, LAUREN C. Alexandria, Va.

KELLEY, FRANCES A. Hickory

KELLY, JERRY M. Sanford

KENNEDY, JOYCE C. Enfield

KERLIN, ROBERT B. Brandenton, Fla.

KERN, EDWARD A. Levittown, Pa.

KERR, MARJORIE A. Hopewell, Va.

KEY, BRENDA G. Elkin

KINCAID, BILLY F. Greensboro

KING, REBECCA S. Wilard

KING, WALTER C. Bessemer City

KINLAW, WILLIAM B. Ahoskie

KINZIE, MICHAEL A. Bridgewater, Va.

KIRKMAN, ROBERT L. Greensboro

KITTS, MONTRIAL D. Glenview, Ill.

KIVETT, BARBARA B. Asheboro

KLINGMAN, GLENDA L. Raleigh

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KNIGHT, HARRY P. Richmond, Va.

KNIGHT, JANICE G. Hampton, Va.

KNOTT, MARY A. Wendell

KOGELMAN, MARILYN D. Alexandria, Va.

KOONCE, JOHN E. Roxboro

KORNEGAY SARAH P. Goldsboro

LAMBERT, CLYDE A. Greensboro

LAMBERT, SHARON H. Newton, N.J.

LAMBETH, BEN A. Lumberton

LAMOLREUX, WESLEY D. Greenville

Campus Literary Magazine Receives

LANCASTER, DIANE S. Pinetops

LAND, JAN E. Taylorsville

LANE, LEWIS P., III Rocky Mount

LANE, PATRICIA L. Rockville, Md.

LANGDON, WALTER T. Four Oaks

LANGSTON. DONNIE S. Goldsboro

LANIER, MARTHA J. Asheboro

LANIER, SYLVIA T. Maple Hill

LAPP, NANCY L. Farmville

LASLEY, MARGARET R. Draper

LASPINA, ANTHONY V. Zebulon

LAUB, CHARLIE G. Midway Park

LAWSON, TED R. Suffolk. Va.

LEE, MARGARET A. Washington

LEGGETT, VIRGINIA C. Windsor

LEGGETTE, LINDA H. Robersonville

LEONARD, LUTHER G. Louisburg

LEONHARD, MARY E. Dunn

SOPHOMORES

LESTER, JAMES E. Orange, Va.

LETCHWORTH, DOROTHY A. Farmville

LEVINE, ROBERT R. Canton

LEWIS, ALEXANDER J. Bethel

LEWIS, JAMES D., JR. Thomasville

LEWIS, SARA L. Wilson

LEWIS, VICKIE C. High Point

LEWIS, WILLIAM E. Goldsboro

LITTLE, BRENDA L. Laurel Hill

LITTLE, HELEN C. Thomasville

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LITTLE, LENYER M. Elizabeth City

LITTLETON, GERALD W. Goldsboro

LLOYD, DONALD R. New Castle, Del.

LOCKAMY, THOMAS B., JR. Clinton

LONG, REBECCA A. Roxboro

LORBACHER, RODNEY A. Raleigh

LORD, DALE S. Raleigh

LORENZ, BILLIE L. Cary

LOVE, LYNDA G. Kinston

LOX, KAREN A. Roanoke, Va.

LUCAS, ALICE D. Halifax

LUCAS, GALE M. Plymouth

LUPTON, BETSY A. Havelock

LUPTON, ROY H., JR. Lowland

LUTON, MATTIE Y. Elizabeth City

LUTON, PEGGY A. Elizabeth City

MAISEL, WILLIAM D. New Bern

MALINSKY, MICHAEL A. Lumberton

MALLARD, KATHRYN H. Smithfield

MANNING, DAVID A. New Bern

MANOS, GEORGE Norfolk, Va.

MARMAORATO, ANNE L. Burlington

MARSHALL, CAROLYN B. Englehard

MARSHALL, RANDY A. Henderson

MARTIN, CHARLES G. Roxboro

MARTIN, KAREN L. Greenville

MASON, ALBERT N., JR. Tarboro

MASSENGILL, JLIDY A. Fayetteville

MASSEY, CAROLYN W. Goldsboro

MATHER, JAMES P. Virginia Beach, Va.

MATHEWS, DONALD G. Camden

MATTHEWS, GEORGE T. Farmville

MATTHEWS, WANDA L. Havelock

MAUNEY, GARY L. Shelby

MAUS, JAMES E. Reidsville

MAY, GEORGE S. Rocky Mount

McCALLISTER, WENDELL Covington, Va.

McCHESNEY, JAMES D. Charleston, W. Va.

McCLENNY, MARIE D. Goldsboro

McCLURE JAMES H. Bath

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McCOOL, THERESA A. Goldsboro

McCOTTER, CHARLES J. Bayboro

McCULLEN, GEORGE W. Clinton

McDERMOTT, LOLA D. Rock Hill, S.C.

McDONALD, LINDA D. Wilmington

McENTEE, GIRARD L., IV Alexandria, Va.

McGHEE, ELIZABETH C. Newport News, Va.

McHORNEY, SAMUEL J. Washington

McINTYRE, LUCY W. Rockingham

McKEE, ROBERT S. Lumberton

McPHERSON, HARRY G. Camden

MEADOWS, MARY A. Maysville

MEADOWS, TERRY E. Hubert

MEARS, DIANE R. Exmore, Va.

MEDLIN, THOMAS E. Durham

MELTON, WOODROW D. Hubert

MELVIN, ROBERT P. Winston-Salem

MERCER, JUDY, G. Black Creek

MERCER, SARAH V. Hamlet

MERRITT, TERRY L. Faye

METCALFE, SUELLEN Arlington, Va.

MILLER, BONNIE M. Stedman

MILLER, CHARLES E. Maxton

MILLER, GERALD R. Plymouth

MILLER, JOHN G. Edgewater, Md.

MILLER, LESLIE E. Washington

MILLER, MARY L. Beulaville

MILLER, NANCY J. Suffolk, Va.

MITCHELL, JOAN L. Greensboro

MOODY, PRESTON A. Henderson

MOORE, JACQUELINE A. Ahoskie

MOORE, JAMES G. Marshville

MOORE, KATE H. Raleigh

MOORE, LINDA J. Ca-Vel

MOORE, MARY B. Willard

MOORE, MARY E. Hookerton

MOORE, RICHARD A. Swansboro

MOORE, SANDRA K. Smithfield

MOORE, SARA N. Siler City

MORGAN, DONNA L. Stroudsburg, Pa.

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MORRIS, LINLY G. Vanceboro

MORTON, MICHAEL L. Alexandria, Va.

MOSS, SUSAN E. Richmond, Va.

MULL, CHARLES M. Hickory

MULLALY, CHARLES F., JR. Alexandria

MULLEN, REBECCA A. South Mills

MULLINS, WALTER E. Spring HOpe

MUMFORD, EMMA V. Greenville

MURPHY, MARY J. Asheville

MURPHY, ROSE S. Durham

Woe be unto those who do not pre- register; for they shall stand in line.

SOPHOMORES

NANCE, MARY C. Ayden

NASH, KATY D. Cary

NEELY, FULTON R. Clinton

NEELY, PATRICIA A. Statesville

NELSON, ELEANOR M. New Bern

NELSON, WALLACE V., JR. Wagram

NEWBERN, ANTHONY E. Elizabeth City

NEWMAN, EMMA L. Hubert

NEWMAN, JAMES B., JR. Greenville

NEWTON, DOROTHY K. Newton

NICHOLS, ELIZABETH A. Greenville

NICHOLSON. J. E., JR. Raleigh

NOFFZ, MARY K. Hendersonville

NOLAN, JAMES C. Morehead City

NORRIS, PERRY W. Durham

NORWOOD, JOHN S. Black Mountain

OBRIANT, ADELIA L. Durham

ODEN, LYNDA G. Pinetown

ODHAM, PAMELA G. Grifton

ODOM, JANICE E. Saint Pauls

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OLDHAM, BRENDA M.

OLIVE, SARA P.

OLSEN, RICHARD P.

OSTEEN, JULIA G.

OTT, BETTY JO.

OUTLAW, EDYTHE M.

OUTLAW, SHIRLEY S.

OWNES, DORIS GLEN

PAIT, JULIA A.

PARKER, MELBA J.

PARKER, PATRICIA L.

PARRISH, CARY M.

PARRISH, RONALD T.

PARSONS, CHERYL E.

PARSONS, JIMMY C.

PASQUARIELLO, DANIEL

PASSAMONTE, FRLD J. Hu

PATE, JAMES H.

PATE, LINDA K.

PATRICK, ALTON R.

PEADEN, MARY I.

PEARCE, CAROL A.

PEARCE, JUDY R.

PEARSON, THOMAS

PEELE, DOUGLAS T.

PEELE, PATRICIA A.

PENLAND, BARBARA A.

PERKINS, ANN C:

PERKINSON, JAMES E., JR. PERRY, JOAN G.

Poet Alan Dugan Visits ECC

PETERSON, JOSEPH L. Wilmington

PHILLIPS. ALICE A. Raleigh

PHILLIPS, DORIS K. Greenfield

PHILLIPS, LYNN C. Franklin

PICKETT, LARRY S. Durham

PIGOTT ELIZABETH S. Gloucester

PIPER, WILLIAM M. Burlington

PITCHFORD, RAY E., JR. Richmond, Va.

PITT, GAYE W. Rocky Mount

PITTMAN, IRVING K. Selma

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PITTMAN, GURNEY E., JR. Micro

PITTMAN, IVEY H. Selma

PITTMAN, JANET E. Jacksonville

PIVER, JOAN C. Hampstead

POLHILL, JOHN H. Lincolnton

POLLARD, DELPHIA B. New Bern

POOLE, ALICE C. Durham

POPE, WILLIAM P. Roanoke Rapids

PORASUPHATANA, TINRAH Roanoke, Va.

POTTER, JOSHUA E., JR. Lowland

PRATT, CHARLES F., JR. Wilmington

PRESLEY. WILLIAM E. Carthage

SOPHOMORES

PRICE, CAROLYN D. Williamston

PRICE, FRANCES G. Durham

According to my physics professor "an object in motion tends to stay in motion" - boy is he ever wrong.

PRITCHETT, WILLIAM W., JR. Virginia Beach, Va.

PRIVETTE, PHILLIP M. Zebulon

PROCTOR, JOSEPH E. Hertford

PRYOR, ELIZABETH A. Fayetteville

PULLEY, CHARLIE H., JR. Jacksonville

PURCELL, SEAN F. Grimesland

PURVIS, KATHERINE A. Robersonville

PYNE, NEIL L. Charlotte

QUALLS, ORVILLE P. Hollister

QUINLIVAN, MICHAEL J. Pensacola, Fla.

QUINN, JEROME A. Jacksonville

QUINN, MICHAEL L. Gastonia

QUINN, ROBERT W. Newport

RABON, NAN N. Chadborn

RADFORD,. FRANCES C. Greenville

RAMSEUR, FRANKLIN F. Quantico, Va.

RATCLIFF, JOHN L., Ill Pantego

REAVIS, MYRA J. Warrenton

REDDING, CELINE B. Annandale, Va.

REDFERN, CARRLEETA Albemarle

REID, TIMOTHY W. Rockingham

REIFSNYDER, JANE E. Alexandria, Va.

REIKOSKY, DORIS J. Levittown Pa.

RHEW, WALTER E. Burlington

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RHODES, SUSAN J. Fleetwood, Pa.

RHODES, WALTER C. Umston

RICE, FRANK L., JR. Sunbury

RICHARDSON, CECELIA C. Charlotte

RICHARDSON, MARY J. Statesville

RICHARDSON, RUBY J. Maydan

RIDEOUT, EDITH D. Mebane

RILEY, MARSHIA M. Rocky Mount

RIMMER, FRANCES L. Hurdle Mills

RIPPARD, JOSEPH D. Clearwater, Fla.

RIVENBARK, WILTON B., JR. Wallace

ROBBINS, EVERETTE P. Lenoir

ROBERTS, BERKLEY C, JR. Raleigh

ROBERTS, HERMAN C. Lansing

Loyal team doctor bears rain and cold to support his fighting Pirates.

SOPHOMORES

ROBERTS, KAY H. Durham

ROBERTSON, BEVERLY M. Sanford

ROBERTSON, JOAN L. Winston-Salem

ROBESON LAURIE R. White Oak

ROGERS, CRAIG A. Alex, Va.

ROGERS, PHYLLIS K. Sanford

ROGERS, WILLIAM J. Warrenton

ROSE, JERRY G. Princeton

ROSIER. DOUGLAS B. Greensboro

ROSS, SUSAN D. Forest City

ROSSER, MARY C. Whitakers

ROUSE, FRANCES M. Wallace

ROWLAND, MARY E. Falls Church, Va.

ROWE, CYNTHIA L. Mount Olive

ROWELL, CECELIA J. Charlotte

RUBLEIN, WALTER J. Holly Ridge

RUDISILL, MICHAEL D, Rockwell

RUFFIN, EARLE S. Ahoskie

RUSH, REBECCA J. Sanford

RUSS, STUART H., JR. Norfolk, Va.

RYNEARSON, ROBERT, JR. Arlington. Va.

RYAN, MICHAEL P. Strasburg, Va.

SAFRIT, RICHARD W. Salisburg

SAMUELS, BARBARA M. Paramus, N.J.

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SANDERS, ALICE O. Morehead City

SANDERSON, GARY D. Seven Springs

SASSER, NANCY W. New Bern

SATTERFIELD BENTON E. Goldsboro

SAUERBIER, ROSEMARY T. Chesapeake, Va.

SAUNDERS, JANE D. New London

SAUNDERS, MARY E. Burgaw

SAVAGE, LINDA P. La Grange

SAWYER, EDGAR T., JR. Bath

SAWYER, LELSLIE P. Virginia Beach, Va.

SAWYER, THOMAS E. Bath

SCHIAVONE, JOSEPH A. Arlington, Va.

SHCLICK, ROBERT A. Gloucester

SCHRUM, PAUL M., JR. Manareas, Va.

SCOTT, DONALD G. Winston-Salem

SCOTT, JAMES R. Hobgood

SEARS, JONE F. Raleigh

SELF, CAROL A. Burlington

SELF, WILLIAM D. Durham

SELSOR, BARBARA J. Goldsboro

SENTELL, KATHERINE A. Hendersonville

SEWARD, STEVEN C. Roosevellt, N.Y.

SHARPE, LINDA F. Washington, D.C.

SHEARIN, EARL C. JR. Rocky Mount

SHEARIN, LUCIUS A. Roanoke Rapids

SHEFER, CAREL A. Carlisle, Pa.

SHELTON, FREDRICK B. Newport News, Va.

SHIPP, VIRGINIA H. Clinton

SIEGFRIED, RONALD R. Kutztown, Pa.

SIMMONS, ALMERIA M. Elon College

Christenbury Gridders Honored at Homecoming.

SIMMONS, BETTY A. Greenville

SIMMONS, DONALD K. Goldsboro

SIMPSON, WILBUR G., JR. Morehead City

SIMS, BEVERLY E. Jacksonville, Fla.

SKILES, MARVIN D. Plymouth

SKINNER, AMANDA J. Kinston

SLEZAK, THEODORE S. Glen Rock, N.J.

SLOAN, MARY V. Calypso

SMITH, ALBERT G., JR. Rocky Mount

SMITH, ALLEN V. Vanceboro

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SMITH, BRENADA L. Raleigh

SMITH, CHARLES L. Durham

SMITH, DIXIE L. Greenville

SMITH, ELLEN L. Greenville

SMITH, EMILY B. Greenville

SMITH, GAIL C. Rocky Mount

SMITH, GENE S. Vanceboro

SMITH, GERALD G. Haw River

SMITH, JACK B. Wilson

SMITH, JAMES L. Mocksville

SMITH, LANNIS E. Kenly

SMITH, LYNN D. Burlington

SMITH, MARY F. Raleigh

SMITH, MIRIAM E. Mount Holly

SMITH, ROBERT G., JR. Dunn

SMITH, RUSSEL P., JR. Covington, Va.

SMITH, SALLY A. Nashville

SMITH, SANDRA L. Salemburg

SNITEMAN, STEPHEN B. Stounton, Va.

SOUTH, ARLENE S. Hatteras

SPEIGHT, JOHN L. Greenville

SPEIR, RAWLEY G. Morganton

SPELL, CAROLYN R. Fayetteville

SPRUILL, HAYWOOD JR. Elizabeth City

STAFFORD, SARAH C. Charlotte

STANCIL, JAMES G. Wilson

STANLEY, PHYLLIS K. ClArendon

STANTON, JANICE R. Winfall

STAPLES, DENNIS S. Laurinburg

STAY, JOHN N. Philadelphia, Pa.

STEADMAN, JUDITH C. Williamston

STEED, WILLIAM P. Robbins

STEELE, RITCHIE D. Waxhaw

STEPHENS, DONNA L. Ayden

STEPHENSON, JANE P. Newport News, Va.

STEWART, DONALD A. Sanford

STEWART, THOMAS A. Greensboro

STOKES, ALFRED C. Greenville

STOKES, ELLA G. Stokes

STONE, SUSAN A. Durham

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STOTT, THOMAS C. Norfolk, Va.

STUCKEY, RUFUS D., JR. Bishopville, S.C.

SUGGS, JUDITH A. Lumberton

SULLIVAN, LINDA F. Selma

STRINGER CHARLES M. New Bern

SUMNER, BRENDA W. Conway

SURLES, HUGH S. Rocky Mount

SURRATT, JANET L. Burlington

SUTTON, HUBERT P., JR. Greenville

SUTTON, JUDITH A. Burlington

SWINDELL, MARY A. Cary

SWINDELL THELMA K. Leaksville

SWINSON, ALLEN S. Dudley

SWINSON, BARBARA J. Rocky Mount

SYKES, PATRICIA A. Portsmouth, Va.

TAFT DONALD M., III Cherry Point

TALLMAN, EDWARD B. JR. Jacksonville

TARLETON, FRANCES G. Wadesboro

TAYLOR, JAMES H., III Jacksonville

TAYLOR, JANE E. Robersonville

What's wrong. Buddy? Even cops enjoy having a new Honda

SOPHOMORES

TAYLOR, KENNETH B. Goldsboro

TAYLOR, LUCY B. Washington

TEACHEY, LINDA F. Rose Hill

TEAGUE, LARRY T. Burlington

TEER, ROBERT D. Durham

TEER, SUSAN T. Durham

TEER, WILLIAM S. Durham

TEMPLE, LANDON S. Jarrett Va.

TEMPLES, RODGER D. Walkerton

TERPENNING, MARSHA J. Greenville

TERRETT, WILLIAM I. JR. Ahoskie

TETTERTON, AUGUSTA R. Washington N.C.

TEU, MARY M. Arlington, Va.

TEW, STANLEY M. Fayetteville

THOMAS, ASONIA Henderson

THOMAS, HARRIETT K. Dunn

THOMAS, NANCY C. Farmville

THOMASON DONNA D. New Brunswick, N,J.

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THOMPSON, BENJAMIN E. Wilson

THORNTON, VIOLET R. Mount Olive

TILLETT, ROBERT C. Virginia Beach, Va.

TIMBERLAKE, OTIS E. Barhamsville, Va.

TINGEN, MARY A. Greenville

TINSLEY, LORA S. Havelock

TOOMEY, TIMOTHY C. Charlotte

TOSTO, EDWIN E., JR. Jacksonville

TOTTEN, BANKS T. JR. High Point

TOWNSEND, HENRY K. Arlington, Va.

TROUTMAN, ROBERT L. Mount Olive

TRUITT, ROBERT E. New Bern

TUCKER, SARA M. Grimesland

TUNNELL, VIRGINIA R. Elizabeth City

TURNER, HUBERT M., JR. Mebane

TWITTY, TOMMY E. Warrenton

UNDERWOOD, MARTHA R. Portsmouth, Va.

UPTON, BILL L., JR. Rockingham

UTSEY, TINA D. Wilmington

VANBUREN, PATRICIA Roanoke, Va.

Who put the grease on that football?

VAUGHN, VICKI C. Fayetteville

VEASEY, SAMUEL M. Creedmoor

VENTERS, ROLAND V. Trenton

VINCENT, CHARLES A. Greenville

VIVERETTE, JAMES S. Enfield

WADE, JOHN R. Carthage

WADE, REBECCA S. Wildwood

WALD, EARL A. Greensboro

WALKER, CHERYL D. Norfolk, Va.

WALKER, EDWARD R. Lynchburg, Va.

WALKER PATSY I. Whitakers

WALKER, SANDRA Y. Macon

WALL, CARL B. Raleigh

WALL, FRANCES M. Whiteville

WALLACE, LESLIE E. Washington

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WARD, MICHAEL V. Urbanna, Va.

WARREN, JAMES M. Oxford

WATERS, BETTY L. Pinetown

WATKINS, GARY D. Durham

WATSON, JULIA G. Rowland

WEBER, JOHN C. Pennsauken, N.J.

WEEKS, SANDRA L. Tarboro

WEEKS, STEPHEN V. Asheboro

WEIDMAN, RONALD J. Gadsden, Ala.

WELCH, GLORIA D. Fuquay-Varina

WELLS, GERRY A. Nashville

WELLS, JEFFREY S. McLean, Va.

WELTY, LESTER F. Charlotte

WEST, JENNIFER J. Kinston

WEST, PATRICIA A. Burlington

SOPHOMORES

WESTBROOK, OLIVER M. Mebane

WETHERINGTON, BARBARA Chesapeake, Va.

WHALEY, TIMOTHY J. Beulaville

WHEELER, ANNE C. Wilson

WHEELER, JAMES C. Wilson

WHITE, GAIL E. South Mills

WHITE, GERALD P. Stovall

WHITE, GLORIA R. Belmont

WHITE, LINDA