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Buccaneer 1967

Date: 1967 | Identifier: 50-01-1967
1967 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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JAMES H. YOUNG Editor

EARLE BEASLEY Business Mgr.

1967 BUCCANEER VOLUME XLV

EAST CAROLINA COLLEGE

Greenville, North Carolina






CONTENTS

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EAST CAROLINA COLLEGE PRESENTS NEWNESS IN

Growth has been synonymous with East Carohna College since its humble beginning in the fall of 1909. Opening its doors to 123 students and housing thirteen faculty members. East Carolina Teachers Training School has, in fifty-seven years, evolved into East Carolina College- a college now registering over 12,000 full and part-time students and having a faculty of 448. The reasons for this phenomenal growth arc many. Perhaps the paramount reason is the one set forth by its first president, Robert H. Wright, in his first welcoming address, "East Carolina was built by the people, for the people, and may it ever remain with the people as a servant of the people."

East Carolina College has undergone vast changes and made impressive advancements; therefore, in the pages of this book the staff of the 1967 BUCCANEER has attempted to tell the story of the new East Carolina College.

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. . . STUDENTS . . .

Newness at East Carolina College is reflected in the young generation of students who occupy its cam- pus. Influenced by tradition yet tantalized by change, the new collegian views himself in the image of saucy fashions, sleek sports cars, and the never-ending quest for the peculiar or impossible.

Constantly striving to better himself and his col- leagues, the student allots his talents to many facets of the college community. Some find enjoyment in leisure, and others are satisfied to busy themselves with various campus activities. Regardless of the goals at which each individual student aims his ambitions, he may be characterized as ever inquisitive, eager, and optimistic about the future.

Art students enjoy do- ing their work on the grass surrounding Wright Fountain.

Davis Arboretum, colorful and quiet, senes as a place where students leisurely gather.






United States Senator Sam Ervin crowns Miss Cher>-1 Murdock Homecoming Queen 1966 before a capacity crowd m Ficklen Stadn

College Marshals exercise their duties at the graduation ex- ercises.

Busy students find iheir hands in various campus activities

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. . . PHYSICAL FACILITIES . . .

Educational and intellectual growth at East Carolina College is accompanied by physical growth. The fre- quency of new buildings rising on campus is astound- ing. Now in the midst of a 161/2 million dollar ex- pansion program, East Carolina has accumulated 52 buildings which span an area of 300 acres. These new buildings house an assembly of educational facilities which are surpassed by very few other colleges or uni- versities.

To meet the demands of the accelerated college enrollment and the challenge of thoroughness in higher education. East Carolina is growing upward and outward. Towering over the campus is the re- cently completed ten-story women's dormitory. Slight- ly north of this edifice stands Fletcher Hall, a seven- story coed complex. Male students have also acquired new living quarters in the 508-man Belk Dormitory. New classroom buildings include a modern Educa- tional Psychology Buildmg, a new School of Music, and a new School of Nursing.

Athletic facilities have also been enlarged with the construction of Ficklen Stadium, a new field house, and Minges Coliseum. This coliseum houses one of the few U.S. Olympic standard swimming pools in the nation.

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Pilings for the new School of Nursing are driven onto the earth.

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Framework for the roof of Minges Coliseum is raised, in its entirety, to the top of massive steel pillars.

This ten-story dorm- itory is the newest addition to the women's campus.

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Mr. F. D Duncan. Vice-Presidtnt, surveys model of the future East Carolina campus.

Construction on Belk Dormitory is hurried as the opening of school rapidly approaches.

INTELLECTUAL CONCEPTS . .

Carpenters and masons add the finishing touches to the new School of Music Building.

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. . . AND ITS SERVICE TO NORTH CAROLINA.

In students, facilities, and concepts the new face of East Carolina College is not merely a mask. The im- provements in both physical capacities and curriculum are directed toward one goal - university structure. Now divided into five distinct schools, one of which includes seventeen departments, the new East Carolina College is meeting the range of needs in North Caro- lina which its founders have previously foreseen.

Already in the stage of formulation are a School of Life Sciences and other professional schools. Addi- tional schools, departments, and services are in a planning stage. Guided by administrative foresight and ingenuity, East Carolina College continues to grow in the pattern in which it was intended - a school "built by the people, for the people, and ever remaining with the people as a servant of the people."

A growing college requires careful planning and many hours of manual labor.

With books in hand, these students stroll across the mall during class break.

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ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Leo Jenkins, President, and Miss Ruth White, Dean of Women, welcome students and guests at the annual President's Tea.

Mr. Rudolph Alexander, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs, takes a break to talk with his son.

Mr. James Mallory, Dean of Men relaxes while engaged in a telephone conversation.

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES SUPERVISES OVERALL

Composed of men and women of various skills and professions, East Carolina's Board of Trustees has the single goal of helping the college become a domi- nating influence on the people of North Carolina. By supporting its academic and physical expansion, the Board proves that is is the governing body of the new East Carolina College.

Appointed by the Governor of North Carolina for staggered eight-year terms, the Board of Trustees is responsible for appointing the President, who, in turn, puts into effect the policies and regulations of the Board.

Senator Robert B. Morgan and President Jenkins study reports on enrollment and overall college growth.

Dean Robert Holt, Dean Robert Williams, Mr. Henry Belk, Mrs. Henry 3tlk. Mr. James Whitfield, .Senator Robert Morgan, Dr. Leo Jenkins, Mr.

R. F. McCoy, Mr. David Whicnard, Mr. Fred Bahnson, Mr. Irving Carlyle. Miss Agnes Barrett.

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DEVELOPMENT OF EAST CAROLINA COLLEGE.

Board discusses the prepared study on the developments in the university status feasibility.

Shaping policy is not all discussion but takes much thought and concentration.

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DR. LEO W. JENKINS PRESIDENT

Dr. Jenkins and former North Carolina Governor, Terry Sanford, enjoy an East Carolina football game.

Convinced that Eastern North Carohna has one of the greatest potentials in America for economic and cultural development, Dr. Leo W. Jenkins strives to make the influence of East Carolina College spread throughout the entire area. He feels that to be a good college, a school must be deeply involved in its community. He thinks it important to associate with not only the academic com- munity but also with the political and religious communities. Dr. Jenkins, therefore, believes in staying close to the public and does so by speaking frequently to civic and social groups throughout the state.

Appointed by the Board of Trustees, President Jenkins is the chief administrative and executive officer of the College. He is charged with the responsibility of putting into effect the policies and regulations of the Board of Trustees. All personnel of the College are responsible either directly or indirectly to him.

Aside from his numerous duties as President of the College, Dr. Jenkins leads a full family life and is active in community affairs. To maintain his business contacts, he serves as chairman of the Board of Directors of the Wachovia Bank and member of the Board of Directors of the Carolina Telephone and Telegraph. Dr. Jenkins sets a good example for East Carolina College and all of North Carolina when he says that people must continually reach over their heads if they want to have any feeling of attainment.

Wishing his heartiest support, Dr. Jenkins gives send-off to East Orolii Electric College Bowl Team,

President Jenkins addresses the freshmen in their opening assembly.

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DR. ROBERT L. HOLT VICE-PRESIDENT AND DEAN

With a ready smile and a look of wisdom, Dr. Robert L. Holt assists the President in co- ordinating all curricular and extra-curricular ac- tivities on campus. In the absence of the Presi- dent, he performs the official on-campus duties of the President. Dr. Holt supervises the academic departments, college development and auxiliary services, student life, and counseling. He also works with the Director of the Developmental Evaluation Clinic, the Director of Athletics, and the Director of Religious Activities in the super- vision of their programs.

MR. F. D. DUNCAN VICE-PRESIDENT AND BUSINESS MANAGER

Handling the business affairs of the college is the principal duty of Mr. F. D. Duncan. As business manager, he pays and receives all the funds of the college and pur- chases everything from library books to paper towels. Constantly concerned with the physical de- velopment of East Carolina College, Mr. Duncan oversees all planning and constniction of new buildings and the operation of the auxiliary services. He is also responsible for collecting the annual budget which is submitted to the State Legislature.

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MR. WORTH E. BAKER REGISTRAR

Mr. Worth E. Baker is in charge of all registra- tion and pre-registration for students who have been accepted by the college. These include all under- graduates, graduates, and transfer students. Mr. Baker interprets the catalog rules concerning credit hours, grades, and transferal of credits.

DR. JOHN H HORNE DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS

Evaluating applications from incoming freshmen and transfer students seeking admission is the re- sponsibility of Dr. John H. Home, director of ad- missions. He screens these students and interviews them if necessary. As Foreign Student Adviser, he appraises the Foreign Program regularly with the program of East Carolina as to similarity in courses required for credit. Dr. Home serves as a counselor to all foreign students.

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MISS RUTH WHITE DEAN OF WOMEN

Serving as advisor to the Panhellenic Council and the Women's Honor Council, Miss Ruth White is closely affiliated with the women students on East Carolina's campus. She belongs to the American Association of University Women and the National Association of Women Deans and Counselors. Dean White enjoys reading and handiwork.

DR. JAMES H TUCKER DEAN OF STUDENT AFFAIRS

As Dean of Student Affairs advisor to the Student Government Association, and chairman of the Publica- tions Board, Dr. James H. Tucker is actively engaged in the campus activities at East Carolina. He serves as a member of the Athletic and Homecoming Committees. Dr. Tucker serves his country by participating in the United States Naval Reserve.

MR. JAMES B. MALLORY DEAN OF MEN

Mr. James B. Mallory serves as ad- visor to the Inter-Fraternity Council, the Men's Residence Council, and the Men's Judiciary. He is an active member of the Financial Aid Committee, the National Association of Deans and Administra- tors, and the American College Person- nel Association. An avid sports fan, Dean Mallory is a former baseball coach.

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MR. DAN K. WOOTEN DIRECTOR OF HOUSING

Assignment of rooms m the men's dormitories is the responsihihty of Mr. Dan K. Wooten. He supervises oft -campus housing for staff, mar- ried couples, and men and women students. The enforcement of traffic regulations, the collection of tines, and the registration of automobiles on the East Carolina campus are also his duties. Before coming to East Carolina, Mr. Wooten coached bas- ketball and baseball in Pitt Count)'.

MR. RUDOLPH ALEXANDER ASSISTANT DEAN OF STUDENT AFFAIRS

As chairman <if the I-ntertainnient Series, the lureign I'llms Committee, and the Central Ticket Office, Mr, Rudolph Alexander helps bring cultural and social enjoyment lo the umpus. He is also the Associate Advisor for the .Student Ci(i\crnmenl Associ.ition and chairman of the Associated Art^ Board-

MR. HENRY HOWARD DIRECTOR OF NEWS AND PUBLIC RELATIONS

Publicity of student atliMlics to the general publa is the primary task of Mr. Henry Howard, He coxcrs news stones whiih the stale papers do not emphasize and sends camjuis news (oncerning students to their hometown ncwspajxrs, A member of the Homecoming Committee, Mr, How.ird is in direct contact with every organization on lampus

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MRS. REPSY W. BAKER Counselor. Girls New Dorm

MRS. AGNES W. BARRETT Administrative Assistant

MISS CORNELIA BEEMS Assistant Dean of Women

MR. ROBERT M. BOUDREAUX Financial Aid Officer

MR. JAMES W. BUTLER Assistant Director of Public Relations

MR. JOSEPH O. CLARK Manager. Student Supply Store

MRS. FRANCES M. DOREY Cashier, Student Bank

MRS. IDA W. EDWARDS Counselor Umstead Hall

MR. WILLIAM P. EYERMAN Director of Alumni Affairs

MISS INEZ FRIDLEY Counselor and Foundations

MISS CAROLYN A. FULGHUM Assistant Dean of Women

MRS RUTH B. GARNER Counselor Fleming Hall

MR. TERRENCE E. HANNER Data Processing Manager

DR. LEIGHTON E. HARRELL Guidance counselor

MRS. NANCY HAWTHORNE Counselor. Ragsdale Hall

MR. THOMAS H. HENDERSON Director, Student Fund and Accounting

MRS. PHYLLIS H. HOOD Counselor. Jarvis Hall

DR. C. F. IRONS College Physician

DR. MALENE G. IRONS Director. Developmental Evaluation Clinic

MR. JAMES E. KERLEY Administrative Officer

MISS PHYLLIS J. KERNEN Guidance Counselor

MRS. CHARLOTTE C. KNIGHTEN Counselor. Wilson Hall

MRS. NANCY W. LEWIS Counselor, Fletcher Hall

MRS. MILDRED B. MANNING Postmaster

MRS. RUTH McCALL Residence Counselor, Ragsdale Hall

MISS CYNTHIA A. MENDENHALL Director, College Union

MR. ALLAN NELMS Director, Placement Bureau

MRS. SALLIE S. PARKER Counselor, Cotten Hall

DR. JOHN O. REYNOLDS Dean of Graduate School

MRS. DAISY H ROGERS Counselor, Umstead Hall

MRS. IONE J. RYAN Guidance

MISS ANNE SHERRILL Assistant Director of College Union

MRS. LOIS R. SMITH Counselor, Garrett Hall

MRS. GLADYS STOKES Counselor

MR. JERRY SUTHERLAND Director, Maintenance and Operations

MRS. ALBERTA G TAYLOR Counselor, Women's Hall

MR. JAMES L. WHITE Director of Development

DR. GEORGE WEIGAND Director, Guidance Center

MRS. BRUNIE A YARLEY Counselor, Slay Hall

MISS LUCILE YELVERTON Counselor, Gotten Hall

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CAMPUS FACILITIES . . .

Post office in the cafeteria lobby is convenient for many students.

Students have quick access to their everyday needs in the Supply Store.

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The Student Bank provides savings accounts for students.

. . . SERVE

Expanding school population causes many traffic problems.

Students enjoy the quick-service and variety of food available in the new Pamlico Room.

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STUDENT NEEDS.

Laundry packages await delivery to the dormitories.

This patient upon recovery speedily leaves the infirmary.

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Features

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SPRING

Spring quarter finally arrived, and the end of the regular school year drew near. For seniors graduation climaxed four years of work, and for underclassmen col- lege careers were a year closer to completion. Students on the campus of the new East Carolina experienced another year of growth, progress, and learning. This was the year that East Carolina College achieved unparalled success and began an even more dynamic move forward.

Political parties made their first appearance on campus; and after a colorful and exciting campaign, the class officers and student government leaders were selected by the student body. Spring entertainment treated East Carolina students to concerts by such popular groups as Johnny Mathis, Roger Williams, The Brothers Four, and Jay and the Americans, leueled Cities of North Afridi and Indonesia highlighted the foreign film series.

As the days grew warmer, thoughts turned to the beach and long awaited vacations. Final examinations and graduation terminated the quarter.

Spring brings the excitement of Student Government elections.

A student takes advatage of the ten minute break between classes.

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G. E. College Bowl team receives an enthusiastic send-off.

Students receive their yearbooks in the basement of Old Austin.

With spring comes rain, rain, rain, and more rain!

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ELECTIONS AROUSE STUDENTS' INTEREST.

Climaxing vigorous campaigning throughout the year, the SGA executive elections brought student in- terest and participation during spring quarter. The focal point of the election was the tooth and nail battle for SGA president between Steve Sniteman, Bill Moore, and Bill Deal. Vying for the vice-presi- dency, Frank Rice and Jay Barber carried on verbal warfare.

Campaigning, marked by posters, banners, and other publicity media, culminated in a special debate be- tween the candidates. This debate was sponsored by WECC radio. Appearance of a student party for the first time on campus added extra enthusiasm to the race.

Polilital slogans influence students' choices.

Students get a chance to Meet the Candidates.

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GRADUATION . . .

Students take their places to await the presentation of diplomas.

CLIMAXES PERSONAL AMBITIONS.

North Carolina's Governor Dan K. Moore delivered the principal address to East Carolina's 1,942 graduates and an audience of 5,000 at the spring commencement exer- cises in Ficklen Stadium. President Leo 'W. Jenkins followed the Gov- ernor's address with brief comments about the continuing growth of East Carolina College and the possibility of the school's attainment of univer- sity status.

For the graduates the years of hard work proved rewarding. Armed with the knowledge that they gained, they ventured forth to take their places in today's so- ciety.

Marshals lead the graduation procession.

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Spring brought an abundance of outstand- ing entertainers to the campus of East Car- olina College. Johnny Mathis gave an un- forgettable performance before a delighted audience in Wright Auditorium. Displaying a wide range of talent on the piano, Roger Williams played both popular and classical selections. Jay and the Americans and the Brothers Four provided two enjoyable eve- nings of entertainment. East Carolina's lec- ture series presented outstanding speakers. Craig Spense, a retired war correspondent, presented many thought-provoking ideas on various aspects of the war in Viet Nam. Sir Brenard Lovell, in his visit to the campus, expounded on radio astronomy in the present day.

British astronomer, Sir Bernard Lovell, speaks to stu- dents about contemporary radio astronomy.

SPRING CENTERS AROUND LECTURES

Johnny Mathis touches the campus with his special magic.

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Brothers Four present an evening of folk songs for attentive listeners.

AND CONCERTS

Jay and the Americans provide two enjoyable evening of entertainment for East Carolina students.

For a delightful evening famed pianist Roger Williams' performance of popular and classical selections holds his audience spellbound






SUMMER

Temperatures were high and the rain was almost con- stant, but these considerations did not deter the nearly four thousand students who returned to East Orohna College for either one or both sessions of summer school. The weekly watermelon feasts sponsored by the College Union helped break the routine of study and classes. Summer entertainment featured concerts by Josh White, Jr., Jerry Butler, and the Town Criers, and The Highway- men. Patriotic speeches, music, and firework displays high- lighted the traditional Fourth of July celebration in Ficklen Stadium. At the annual Summer School Dance, Miss Di- anne Lewis was crowned Summer School Queen. As School came to a close, the students scattered to enjoy the few remaining weeks of vacation.

Students enjoy watermelon parties on the mall.

Dormitory students find time to take a baseball break.

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Faculty and students find the air conditioned College Union a pleasure from the summer heat.

Fireworks highlight the Fourth of July celebration.

Summer school students enjoy ite cream parties

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Students fill out many forms before

Freshnnen arrive weekly for pre-registration.

SUMMER SCHOOL CREATES

Miss Dianne Lewis is crowned 1966 Summer School Queen.

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getting their schedules.

Summer school offers time for a quick "chat" between classes.

ATMOSPHERE OF EDUCATION AND RELAXATION.

Poll lenders see thai cnrretl Vnim^ procedures are fdluwed

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Highwaymen entertain students with an array of folk songs.

Popular young singer, Jerry Butler, accompanied by the Town Criers performs for East Carolina students.

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SUMMER HIGHLIGHTED BY FOLK SINGERS.

Summer entertainment featured a variety of popular, talented performers. First in the series was the famous nightclub and recording artist. Josh White, Jr. On this his second visit to the campus, he was greeted with much, if not more, enthusiasm than ever before. The ever-popular Highwaymen entertained the students with a de- lighttul array of folk songs. The last program in the summer entertainment series spotlighted an outstanding young singer. Jerry Butler, and four folk singers, The Town Criers.

Town Criers present an evening of folk songs for their enthusiastic audience.

Josh White Jr. hihglights the summer with his second performaces at East Carolina.

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FALL

Students begrudgingly left their summer activities to face fall quarter and the beginning of a new school year. As foot- ball season began, both new students and veterans united their voices and school spirit to cheer the home team onward.

Additions to the campus allowed East Carolina to fulfill its obligations to its ever-expanding enrollment. Belk Dormitory and the new Women's Dormitor)' provided new and better quarters for many students. The first quarter of the college year was made more complete by lectures, films, and out- standing entertainment. Politicians enjoyed the controversial issues discussed by Senator Peter Dominick and Senator Albert Gore. Popular music fans were entertained by the Bitter End Singers and the Righteous Brothers. Homecoming brought the largest parade ever, an overwhelmingly victorious football game, and two nights of entertainment by the Four Seasons. Thanksgiving holidays signaled the completion of examinations and brought to a close another fall quarter.

Two members of the Bitter End Singers entertain with their songs in Ficklen Stadium.

Homecoming bonfire arouses students' spirit for the forthcoming game.

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Football team shows us support for "E. C. U."

The Embers entertain students during Orientation.

President Jenkins speaks at the dedication of Belk dormitory.

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AT EVERY TURN

"Is registration always such a simple procedure?"

"How much longer do these orientations last?

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FRESHMEN MEET NEW FACES

"Always the same; another day. another line!

"Embers" play as freshmen dance the night away.

"I certainly hope they appreciate this!"

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Contestant, Nancy Thompson,

Alumni return to an ever expanding East Carolina campus.

EXCITEMENT REIGNS OVER

E C. C. Cannon adds much enthusiasm to the Homecoming football game.

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congratulates the new Homecoming Queen, Cheryl Murdock.

HOMECOMING.

KAs depict "The Emerging East" with their giant pirate.

Campus organizations and the Student Government As- sociation selected "The Emergmg East" as the 1966 Homecoming theme. Heading the list of festivities for the weekend was the largest parade in East Carolina's history'. Many fans turned out at Ficklen Stail)uni to support the Pirates in their attack on Davidson. Adding to the glor)- of an overwhelming victory, Cheryl Lee Murdock was crosvned Homecoming Queen by United States Senator Sam J. F.r\in. Later that evening a concert hy the Eour Seasons provided the final touch to a most memorable Homccoming at East Carolina.

One of the country's most dynamic singing groups, The Four Seasons, entertain at the Homecoming concert.

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FALL FEATURES VARIETY

Fall entertainment featured a variety of popular performers. Beginning the new year, the Bitter End Singers returned to the East Carolina campus with special entertainment ending Orientation Week. Political interests of the student body were renewed by the lectures of two outstanding U.S. Senators, Senator Peter Dominick of Colorado and Senator Albert Gore of Tennessee. Home- coming Weekend was highlighted by one of the nation's most popular recording groups, the For/r Seasons. This entertainment feature was followed by the appearance of the Right- eous Brothers on a triple bill with Gaylord and Holliday and Nino Tempo and April Stevens. The students also enjoyed the unique performance of Martin St. James, "The World's most Hilarious Hypnotist."

Fall quarter gets off to a good start as the Bitter End Singers entertain in Ficklen Stadium.

The Righteous Brothers, appearing for their first time at East Carolina, en- tertain students with their ever-popular songs.

Nino Temple and April Stevens delight East Carolina listeners with a per formance of their well-known songs.

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OF TALENTED PERFORMERS, LECTURERS.

Gaylord and Holliday bring laughs to the East Carolina campus.

Senator Peter Dominick of Colorado discusses politics and policies wth East Carolina students.

Topping the Homecoming NX'cekend, The Four Seasons perform fo: enthusiastic students.

East Carolina students fall under the spell of hypnotist, Martm St James.

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WINTER

Thanksgiving holidays ended, and winter quarter began with high spirits as students anticipated gala Christmas festivities. Musical groups rehearsed untiringly for their individual concerts as well as the college's annual Christ- mas assembly. Holiday atmosphere invaded the college as students rushed through their last hectic classes before heading home.

After the change of pace provided by the Christmas vacation, the new year arrived; and East Carolina re- sumed its busy schedule. The administration was grateful for the extra space provided by the expansion of the music department in its new building.

Winter quarter included events both informative and entertaining to students. Sports were taken indoors, where basketball and swimming took over as key centers of interests. The Playhouse presented the "most powerful play of the decade," Aiaral Sade, and Dark of the Moon. Students enjoyed hearing the Dukes of Dixieland and Sabicias, king of the Spanish guitar.

APOs worked hard to present a successful White Ball.

Secretary General, Jim Kimsey, presents Best Speaker Award to Delegate Steve Burns at the regional Mock Security Council.

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Registration lines seem endless in late afternoon.

Sorority girls welcome new pledges into their sisterhood.

Couples socialize during the intermission of the White Ball.

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Freshman students enjoy the warm weather of winter quarter.

At long last snow finally comes to the E. C. C. campus.

MODEL U.N., RUSH, DANCES

Delta Zeta rushecs socialize with less tension as the evening draws to an end.

Students take a new

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Chairman Jim Kimsey reviews notes before mock U. N. session begins.

East Carolina football players add colorful spirit to home basketball games.

HIGHLIGHT WINTER ACTIVITIES.

Friday night at The Movies" - E, C, C. style

look at Old Austin

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JAZZ HIGHLIGHTS

Dukes of Dixieland bring back music popular during the 20's.

An artist in ever sense of the word, Sabicas, kinp of the Spanish Gu reflects the mode of the Flaminco Guitar,

Campus entertainment series for Winter Quarter was in total keeping with the theme "The Most of the Best Entertainment." John Spencer Churchill attracted a capacity crowd at his lecture on the life of his uncle. Sir Winston Churchill. The Flamenco Guitarist, Sabicas; and Jazz artists, the Dukes of Dixieland, added a special touch for winter concert goers. Winter's high- light was the long anticipated concert by the Kingston Trio. In addition. Count Basie and his orchestra enticed the most dis- criminating jazz fans.

Papa Jack Assunto is featured on the trombone and the banjo.

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WITER ENTERTAINMENT.

Count Bisie relives for his radio audience his early days of jazz

Following family tradiiion. Frank Assunto brought Dixieland jazz to the E.C.C. campus

Kingston Trio entertained students with ever-popular ballads.

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COLLEGE UNION WELCOMES ALL STUDENTS.

Past president of the College Union, Gale Pierce hands over her responsibilities to the new president, Tom King.

C, U. sponsored bowling league invades Hillcrest la each Tuesday and Thursday nights.

In the College Union a student found social and physical as well as cultural activities. It was the service center for the entire college family - students, faculty, staff, and visitors.

Under the guidance and direction of Miss Cynthia Mendenhall and a fine staff of officers, the College Union, located in its home in Wright Building, became an integral part of the college life.

Aerospace exhibit is viewed by many stu- dents in the C. U. lobby.

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SPOTLIGHT

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1967 BUCCANEER QUEEN

Sponsored by the Air Force ROTC, Miss Jeanne Smith reigned as Buccaneer Queen of East CaroHna College. Miss Smith, a native of Raleigh, was a senior voice major and a piano minor. She was a member of Sigma Alpha Iota honorary music fraternity and an active part of the Con- cert Choir, Concert Program, Opera Theatre, and Music Orientation Committee. In 1964 Jeanne was crowned Miss Cary and became one of the finalists for the 1964 Miss North Carolina Pageant.

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DELORES FISHER

First Runner-Up

Miss Delores Fisher, a lovely sophomore from Rocky Mount, was first runner-up in the Buccaneer Queen contest. Delores, a dietetics major, was spon- sored by the New Women's Dormitory.

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JANET FARMER

Second Runner-Up

Second runner-up, Miss Janet Farmer, a sophomore majoring in business, was sponsored by Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority. Janet is from Greenville.

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DIANNE LEWIS

Summer School Queen

Miss Dianne Lewis from Henderson, North Caro- lina, was Summer School Queen for 1966. Dianne, a sister of Delta Zeta, was sponsored by Phi Kappa Tau fraternity.

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CHERYL MURDOCK

Homecoming Queen

Hoemcoming Queen for 1966 was attractive Miss Cheryl Murdock, Alpha Xi Delta from Morehead City. Cheryl, a sophomore in primary education, was sponsored by Umstead Dormitory.

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LINDA WEST

Military Queen

Miss Linda West, a dark-haired beauty from Bur- lington, reigned as Military Queen at East Carolina. A member of Delta Zeta sorority, Linda was sponsored by the AFROTC.

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LISA GREEN

White Ball Queen

Miss Lisa Green from Norfolk, Virginia, reigned as White Ball Queen. Lisa, a senior majoring in art edu- cation, was sponsored by Theta Chi fraternity.

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MARTHA HARDEE

Men's Residence Council Queen

Chosen as Men's Residence Council Queen was Martha Hardee, a sophomore from Charlotte. Martha, an art major, was an active worker for the Greek staff of the Edit Cdroliniaii.

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NITA BARBEE

Interfraternity Queen

Miss Nita Barbee, a junior from Charlotte, was In- ter-I-raternity Council Queen. Majoring in home eco- nomics, Nita is a member of Alpha Xi Delta sorority and Kappa Alpha Rose.

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Elected by popular vote of the student body, the fifteen regular marshals and their chief began their duties at graduation exercises in the spring. Serving for one calendar year, the marshals welcomed the public to the campus and ushered at various school events.

Attaining both an honor-roll average and a good Student Government Association record, the sixteen marshals represented nine major fields of study. Com- posed of sophomores, juniors, and seniors, these girls participated in a variety of extra-curricular activities.

Chief Marshal MARY CATHERINE JOYNER

Majoring in elementary education, Chief Marshal Mary Catherine Joyner was active in many phases of her college. She was 1966 Buccaneer Editor-in- Chief and 1967 Organizations Editor of this publication. She served on the Student Legislature. She was president of Gamma Beta Phi and a member of the Student National Education Association. Mary Catherine was selected to be listed in Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities.

MARSHALS GREET

CAROL ALLIGOOD

Among Carol's hobbies were water sports and sport fishing. A sister in Alpha Phi social sorority, she was from Swansboro. Grammar education was her major.

Fulfilling her obligation as a marshal, Linda Tetterton welcomes local residents music of Richard Rogers concert.

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ELIZABETH COOKE

Majoring in mathematics and library science, Elizabeth was a junior from Nashville, North Carolina. A sister in Alpha Phi social sorority, she sened as assistant editor of the 1966 Key. She was chairman of the Student Counselors in Cotten dormitory during her sophomore year. Her interests included playing the piano, listening to all tj-pes of music, and sewing.

DONNA CHERRY

As a member of Sigma Tau Delta, honorary English fraternity. Donna directed the student reading of Everymj}!. A- native of Washington, North Omlina, Dcnna participated in many campus activities. She was in the freshman and sophomore honors pro- grams and served as a student counselor for two years. She was active on the Dean's Advisory Council. Donna enjoyed sewing and flute playing.

VISITORS.

GWYN FOUSHEE

Gwyn served her sorority, Alpha Delta Pi, as reporter. A nursing major from Durham, she was a member of the Student Nursing Association- Water ski- ing, bridge, and dancing were among Gwyn"s hobbies.

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MARSHALS SERVE AS COLLEGE AMBASSADORS.

LYNN FOUSHEE

Lynn was a junior nursing major from Durham. Memberships in the Student Nurses Association and Alpha Delta Pi social sororit}-. which she served as historian, were included in her activi- ties. Lynn was an Orientation Counselor and a Student Counselor.

BEVERLY GILES

As well as being an avid water sports enthusiast, Beverly enjoyed horseback riding and basketball. A sophomore biology major from Fayetteville, Be\'erly was an active member of Chi Omega Sorority.

CARLEEN HJORTSVANG

Carleen reigned as North Carolina College Queen in 1966. A sophomore, she was named the Outstanding Freshman in Home Eco- liomics. A sister in Alpha Phi, she served as chairman of the Student Government Special Events Committee, Secretary of the Freshman class, and Vice-President of the Sophomore class. Among her other activities were the East Caioliiihiii. the Student Party. Gamtiia Beta Phi, Chapel Choir, and the East Carolina Volunteer Tutorial Program.

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JUDITH ANN JOYNER

Judy was a representative to the Student Government Association, an Orientation Counselor, and a Student Counselor. Majoring in primary education, Judy was a junior from Farmville, North Carolina. She was a sister in Alpha Phi social sorority and secretary of the junior class.

NANCY LAWSON

Nancy, a junior nursing major, was a member of the Student Nursing Association. She was a sister in the Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority. She served on the Attorney-General staff of the Women's Honor Council Among her hobbies were swimmmg, water-skiing, and painting.

JEAN JOYNER

Editor of 1966 The Key, student handbook, Jean served on the Student Government Special Events Committee. Her activities included working on the East Carolinian, being a student counselor, and serving as tion counselor. She was corresponding secretary of her sorority, Alpha Phi. A junior from Rocky Mount, she was a grammar education major

DOLLY OVERTON

Dolly, a sophomore Spanish major from Greenville, served as chairman of the Homecoming Queen's committee. When she was not in class, Dolly spent much of her time as an assistant dance instructor. Dancing, singing, horesback riding, and acting were among Dolly's hobbies

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LINDA TETTERTON

Linda, a sophomore, served as a Day Student Representative. Among her activties were the Tutorial Society and the Mock United Nations, of which she was a representative. She worked in the College Union. Sewing, reading, and water-skiing were her hobbies.

SHARON WARD

Daughter of a United States Marine officer, Sharon did extensive traveling but this year lived in Wood- bridge, Virginia. On campus she served as membership chairman of her sorority. Alpha Xi Delta, and a member of Gamma Beta Phi honorary fraternity. In her spare time, Sharon enjoyed reading and swimming.

GAY WINSTEAD

Gay, a junior from Charlotte, majored in music educa- tion. A member of Alpha Xi Delta social sorority, she was active in the Concert Choir, Student Legislature, and Music Educators National Conference.

LINDA WRIGHT

Linda, a senior English major, served Sigma Tau Delta as historian and treasurer. She was a student counselor in both Slay and Ragsdale dormitories and president of South Fletcher. Linda participated in the freshman and sophomore Honors Program. In her spare time she enjoyed reading and dancing.

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HONOR SENIORS RECEIVE NATIONAL ACCLAIM.

WHO'S WHO

Having excelled in scholarship, leadership, service to the collece, and participation in extracurricular activities, thirtj-tvvo seniors at East Carolina were named to WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSI- TIES. After screening letters of nomination from faculty members and organizations, a committee of faculty mem- bers, administrative officials, and students made the final selection. Initiated thirty years ago, WHO'S WHO recog- nized the outstandint; college students on a national basis.

JAMES GROVER BAREFOOT

During his years at East Carolina College, James was an SGA senator, the Inter-Dormitory Council secretary, and a mem- ber of Delta Phi Delta. He actively participated in the College Choir, Men's Glee Club, and College Choir. Majoring in art, James served as vice-president of Aycock Dormitory and as co-chairman of the Homecoming Committee.

JANET CAROL BROADHURST

Majoring in mathematics and minoring in psy- chology, Janet was very active in the college judiciary system. She served as chairman of the Women's Judici- ary, president of Cotten Hall, and vice-president of Fletcher Dormitory. Other activities included member- ship in Chi Beta Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, and the Mathe- matics Club. Janet served as a member of the Dean's Advisory Council and as 'Vice-President of the Student Party After graduation. Janet plans to attend graduate school before beginning a career in teaching.

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WHO'S WHO SELECTS

JOHN ALLEN CREW

John, a geography major from Morganton, North Carolina, was a captain of the varsity football team He was a member of the 1965 and 1966 All-State football teams. John was an Executive Council member of his fraternity. Pi Kappa Alpha. After gradua- tion, John plans to work in some phase of urban planning and development.

ANNE CATHERINE DANIEL

Anne served her sorority, Kappa Delta, as membership chairman, activities chairman, press chairman, corresponding secretary, and presi- dent of her pledge class. Campus life for Anne included serving as a College Marshall during her sophomore and junior years and working on the East Carolinian staff. Sigma Tau Sigma, the honorary tutoring society, and the Philosophy Club occupied much of Anne's time. She was a member of Phi Sigma Tau, honorary philosophy society, and Chi Beta Phi, honorary science fraternity. This Dean's List and Honor Roll student plans to attend graduate school and then to go into college teaching.

WILLIAM FREEZE DEAL

Coming to East Carolma College from Statesville, North Carolina, Bill played a major role in campus politics. He served as chairman of the University Party, as president of the sophomore class, and as a member of the Dean's Advisory Council. He was recognized for his outstanding service to the Student Government Association. Elected to the Student Legislature for four consecutive terms. Bill served twice as Speaker of the House. He served on the Men's Honor Coun- cil, acted as chairman his senior year, and was a member of the Appeals Court. A member of Theta Chi social fraternity, Bill plans after gradua- tion to work for a senator in Washington. DC, to attend law school at night, and later to enter politics.

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THIRTY-TWO OUTSTANDING SENIORS.

CARL ALLEN EDWARDS

Maioring in physical education, Carl served as both president and vice-president of the Physical Education Majors Club, president of Phi Epsilon Kappa fraternity, and a member of the Dean's Advisory Council and the Faculty Evaluation Committee. Future plans for Carl include either teaching at the college level or working in physical therapy.

WILLIAM DICKENS

Bill, a health and physical education major from Wilson. North Carolina, served his fraternity. Lambda Chi Alpha, as athletic director and vice-president. Head mana.ger of the Varsity football team, he was a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and participated in all phases of Intramural athletics. Bill served in the Student Government as sophomore, junior, and senior class vice-president and worked with the Men's Residence Council. As an East Carolina Merit Scholar, he was on the Honor Roll and the Dean's List. Future plans for Bill include graduate school before he begins his teaching and coaching career

HAROLD JAMES FEGAN

Majoring in Industrial Arts, Harold served as treasurer of the Industrial Arts Club and as a member of both the North Carolina Industrial Arts Association and the American Industrial Arts Association. Active in Phi Sigma Pi honorary fraternity, Harold was president of Epsilon Pi Tau, national honorary industrial arts fraternity. Future plans for Harold include graduate school.

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WHO'S WHO, 1967.

JAMES TROY FRANKLIN

Jim, a resident of Raleigh, was a delegate to the World Trade Conference, He served as ritualist of Lambda Chi Alpha fra- ternity and as chairman of the Men's Honor Council. A member of the Deans Advisory Council, Men's Glee Club, and College Union. Jim served the Men's Judiciary as chairman and attorney general. His plans for the future include either graduate school or a career in banking or merchandising.

JANE ALEXANDER HELMS

Jane served her sorority, Alpha Delta Pi, as registrar and president. Chapel Choir and Sigma Alpha Iota, professional music fraternity, also occupied much of Jane's time. Jane was active in the Student Government. She served as Sophomore and Junior Class Treasurer, student counselor, and a member of the Student State Legislature and the Student Government Entertainment Committee. She was a senior education major from Raleigh.

LISA GREEN

This Theta Chi Sweetheart and White Ball Queen plans to teach art in elementary school. Majoring in art education, Lisa was membership chair- man for Sigma Sigma Sigma, past secretary of the Student Government Association, and a member of the Dean's Advisory Council. She participated in campus activities as vice-president of Umstead, freshman and varsity cheerleader, and second runner-up for Homecoming Queen.

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JOYCELYN RABECCA HOBBS

Active in Angel Flight, Beckie was chosen for the Outstanding Leadership Award in the fall of 1966. She received the Outstanding Member Award for 1965- 1966 in the home economics chapter. Other activities of Beckie included Baptist Student Union and Stu- dent National Education Association. Beckie was a home economics major from Hertford, North Carolina. She served on the Deans Advisory Council and the Student Life Committee of the Student Government Association.

WILLIAM POWHATAN HUNT, JR

Bill, a native of Hampton, Virginia, majored in psychology and minored in sociology. A brother in the Theta Chi social fraternity, he served as his house manager, Vice-president, and president. Among Bill's most outstanding roles were Dean's Advisory Council, Inter- Fraternity Council president. Outstanding Judicial Member, and secretary of Student Right Participation in Student Government was always important to him; and Bill served on the Budget Com- mittee, the Student Improvement Committee, the Social Standards Committee, the Judiciary Committee, the Co-ordinating Committee, and the President's Cabinet

EDWARD ALTON HUDGINS, JR.

With a double maior in general science and business, Edward served on the Men's Residence Council and on the Men's Residence Council Court System. Activities included the Circle K Club; Sigma Tau Sigma tutoting fraternity; and the business fraternities, Delta Sigma Pi, and Phi Beta Lambda. Edward was on the Dean's Advisory Council. His scholatic achievements included the Dean's List and the Honor Roll. After graduation, he plans to enter corporation law.

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WHO'S WHO CANDIDATES

JANIS RAE JACKSON

Jan, a French major, served as a Student Government Legislator for two years, as a secretary of the Student Government Associa- tion during summer school, and as a delegate to the State Student Legislature. For two years she was chairman of the Women's Honor Council- A sister in Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority, she was treasurer. After graduation, Jan plans to work as an interpreter with an overseas corporation or with an embassy.

MARY CATHERINE JOYNER

Mary Catherine, an elementary education major from Rocky Mount, was active as Chief Marshal, president of Gamma Beta Phi, and editor-in-chief of the 1966 Buccaneer. She was a mem- ber of the Student Government Association Legislature, Baptist Student Union, and the Association for Childhood Education. Mary Catherine was on the Honor Roll, Dean's List, and All A's List at East Carolina. Future plans for Mary Catherine center around teaching.

LUTHER GARY LEONARD

Business administration and accounting were Gary's main scho- lastic interests. Gary was president of Phi Sigma Pi honorary fraternity, a member of Alpha Kappa Psi business fraternity, Dean's Advisory Council, Honor Council, Men's Residence Coun- cil, and the Faculty Evaluation Committee. Maintaining an Honor Roll and Dean's List average, Gary plans to go into public accounting after graduation.

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REPRESENT SIXTEEN MAJOR FIELDS OF STUDY.

CAREY NOEL MORPHIS

Transferring from Chowan College, Noel served as president of the Cirkle K Club and as a member of the Dean's Advisory Council, the Society for the Advancement of Man- agement, and the soccer team. He was also an intermural wrestling champion. Majoring in business. Noel plans to enter business management after graduation

MARY KAY NOFFZ

House president and secretary of Garrett Hall, a fresh- man orientation counselor, and a member of Women's Judiciary and the Dean's Advisory Council. Mary Kay was a home economics major from Hendersonville, North Caro- lina. She served as president of Phi Omicron and the Home Economics Club. As a Dean's List and Honor Roll Student, Mary Kay plans to work toward her master's degree in child development

BETTY JO OTT

Betty Jo, a music education major from Moorefield, West Virginia, served as president of the Student Music Education National Council, vice-president of Sigma Alpha Iota, and secretary of the School of Music Forum. She was a mem- ber of the Marching Pirates, Symphonic Band, Wind En- semble. Orchestra, Chapel Choir, and the College Singers. Betty Jo sened on the Dean's Advisory Council and the Student Government Fine Arts Committee On the Honor Roll and the Deans List, she was awarded an East Carolina College Resource Scholarship. After graduation Betty Jo IS planning to go to graduation and then to leach music in public school.

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WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN

CHARLES HERBERT PULLEY, JR.

With a major in social studies, Charles was a member of the History Club and Phi Alpha Theta, National Honorary History Society. This Honor Roll, Dean's List, and all A's student served on the Men's Honor Council and the Varsity Golf Team.

CHARLES JACKSON RIDDICK

Charles served as Inter-Fraternity Council Repre- sentative, as rush chairman and president of the Lambda Chi Alpha social fraternity, and as vice- president of the junior class. He was chosen for the "Senior Greek Scholarship Award." A member of Chi Beta Phi, Charles plans to do graduate work in biology. He is a native of Hobbsville, North Carolina,

FRANK LATIMER RICE, JR

Majoring in physical education, Frank served as S.G.A. vice- president, president of Jones dormitory, and sophomore class male senator. He served on the ring, entertainment, and home- coming committees. Frank participated as a member of the Men's Judiciary, Dean's Advisory Council, and the Associate Arts Board. A member of Phi Epsilon Kappa, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and the varsity baseball team, Frank plans to enter graduate school after graduation.

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UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES INCLUDES MEN, WOMEN.

CAROLYN DALE PRICE

Teaching high school mathematics is in the immediate future for this mathematics major. Carolyn, a Dean's List student, was a member of the Student National Education Association; the Mathematics Club; the King Youth Fellowship; and chi Beta Phi, honorary science fraternity. In her spare time Carolyn enjoys reading and working crossword puzzles.

MICHAEL HOWARD STARNES

Transferring from Brevard College, Mike was a com- mercial design major from Ashville, North Carolina. At Brevard College Mike was vice-president of both the Men's House Council and the sophomore class. Here he served as pledge master of Phi Sigma Pi, national hon- orary fraternity, and as president of Delta Phi Delta, honorary art fraternity. Other activities included serving on the Dean's Advisory Council and as artist for WECC- TV. Future plans include graduate school and later a career in advertising design.

STEPHEN BRUCE SNITEMAN

As president of the Student Government Association, Steve, a psy- chology major from Staunton, Virginia, served East Carolina well. A member of the Air Force ROTC, Steve was selected as Distinguished Military Cadet. Other activities included Men's Judiciary, Kappa Alpha Order, Homecoming Parade Chairman, and member of the swimming team. After graduation, Steve plans to attend graduate school or enter the Air Force flight school.

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NATIONAL PUBLICATION

BENNIE TEEL

Bennie's interests ranged from being the assistant director of the Greenville Collegiate Tutorial Service to serving as president of the Men's Glee Club, belonging to the popular film committee, and counseling during freshmen orientation. With a double major in English and French, Bennie was active in all phases of college life. He served as news editor and man- aging editor of the Easl Carolinian.

GLORIA ELAINE STEPHENSON

Gloria officiated as president of Pi Omega Pi, executive chairman of Gamma Beta Phi, and a state officer of Phi Beta Lambda. She was a member of the Dean's Advisory Council, The Student National Edu- cation Association, and the College Union. This Honor Roll co-ed from Willow Springs, North Carolina, also served as secretary of Fleming Dormitory.

CHARLOTTE PATRICIA WORTHINGTON

Charlotte's desire to work at medical centers stemmed from her interest in nursing and her participation in The Student Nurses' Association. She served as both president and secretary of this organization. A native of Greenville, Charlotte was a member of the Dean's Advisory Council.

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RECOGNIZES EAST CAROLINIA STUDENTS.

JANE PENDLETON STEPHENSON

Treasurer of the senior class, Jane Stephenson came from Newport News, Virginia. In keeping with her major in music, Jane was active in the Concert Choir, Choral Union. College Chorale, Women's Glee Club, College Or- chestra. She served as sergeant-at-arms of Sigma Alpha Iota, music sorority. This Honor Roll and Dean's List student was president of Delta Zeta social sorority and chief mar- shal. Jane's future plans include graduate school and teach- ing public school music.

SALLY ANN YOPP

Campus life for Sally included being a member of the Student Party, State Student Legislature Delegate, and Secre- tariat of the Middle South Model United Nations. Sally served her sorority, Alpha Delta Pi, as vice-president. As an outstanding member of the Student Government Associa- tion. Sally served as its secretary, as Associated Arts Board member, and as a member of the Traffic Controls and Home- coming committees. In her earlier years at East Carolina. Sally was a student counselor, secretary of the sophomore class, and junior class representative. Future plans for Sally include either teaching or government work.

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YEARBOOK CITES ADMINISTRATORS

In recognition and appreciation for the outstanding service of certain college administrators, faculty members, and staff to East Carolina College and to the surrounding community, the yearbook staff awards Buccaneer Citations. Persons nominated for citations are investigated and discussed by members of the staff before the selection is made. This year the 1967 Buccaneer Citation recipients are unique in that each has distinguished himself in a different field.

MR. JOHN DUNCAN

Assistant Superintendent of Building and Grounds at East Carolina College, Mr. John Duncan has excelled as a historian, centering his work around his native Pitt County, North Carolina. Mr. Duncan has written columns for several years for the 'Daily Reflector," "The News and Observer," and the "Virginian-Pilot." His poetry has appeared in American Weave and other literary magazines. Foremost of his works is Pitt County Potpourri, a historical volume about Pitt County with special emphasis on the city of Greenville and the development of East Carolina College. In his spare time, Mr. Duncan tours the East Coast visiting historical sites.

MR. RUDOLPH ALEXANDER

Active in local and civic affairs, Mr. Rudolph Alexander, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs, has served as college chairman of the Pitt County United Fund. As cubmaster of a local cub scout pack, he was named the outstanding adult scouter in Pitt County in 1963. Mr. Alexander has also been active in the Saint James Methodist Church, where he has served on the Official Board and as Superintendent of Sunday School. With a B.S. and M.A. degrees from Fast Carolina College, he now holds chairmanship of the college Campus Movies, Foreign Films, Popular Enter- tainment, Fine Arts, and Lecture Series Committees. Among his other responsibilities are the Student ID Cards, the Central Ticket Office, and Business Advisor for the student handbook. Professionally, he is affiliated with Phi Delta Kappa and Kappa Delta Pi.

MR. HERBERT CARLTON

A member of the Southern Political Science Association and the North Carolina Council for the Social Studies, Mr. Herbert R. Carlton has at- tended the University of Richmond and East Carolina College for his B.S. and M.A. degrees and has done graduate study at the University of North Carolina. Mr. Carlton feels that his main interest is his teaching career and his students.

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FOR ACHIEVEMENTS, CONTRIBUTIONS TO SOCIETY.

DR. CLINTON R. PREWEIT

With a B.S. degree in Chemisiry from Ihe University of Georgia, a M.A. degree in Administra- tion from the University of Oklahoma, and a Ph.D. degree in Psychology from the University of North Carolina, Dr. Clinton R. Prewett had been both a high school and college teacher be- fore coming to East Carohna College in 1951 Several articles by Dr. Prewett have been published on the state and national levels. He is a member of Phi Delta Kappa, the American Psychological Association, and the Board of Directors of the North Carolina Mental Health Association He is also listed in Who's Who in America.

MAJOR KEVIN T. RYAN, JR.

Receiving his BS. degree from the University of Maryland, recently promoted Major Kevin T. Ryan, Jr. is an instructor in the Department of Aerospace Studies Since coming to East Carolina, Major Ryan has helped in reorganizing the Air Force ROTC program to include a two-year program instead of the regular four-year program. Being advisor of the Arnold Air So- ciety and Angel Flight, Major Ryan shows his genuine interest in students. Besides teaching in the classroom, he also teaches ground school and monitors the cadet corps flying program. This commandant of cadet corps enjoys playing golf in his spare time.

MR. JAMES B. MALLORY

Athletics have highlighted the career of Mr. James B. Mallory, Dean of Men at East Carolina. Voted the most outstanding amateur baseball player in the United States in 1940, Dean Mallory played professionally with the Washington Senators, the Saint Louis Cardinals, and the New York Giants. This University of North Carolina All-American was presented the Raleigh, North Carolina, Hot Stove Award for his contributions to baseball. Coming to East Carolina in 1953 as assistant football and head baseball coach, Mr. Mallory advanced to the office of Dean of Men in 1958. In this position he serves as adviser to the Men's Judicial System, the Inter- Fraternity Council, and the Men's Residence Council.

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CITATIONS RECOGNIZE FACULTY, STAFF.

MRS. MARY SORENSEN

Serving as literary advisor to the BUCCANEER, Mrs. Mary Sorensen is a member of the Eastern Carolina Association of Phi Beta Kappa and is an alumna member of Alpha Delta Phi. Locally, she is a member of the Freshman Composition Committee. Having had several articles published by the Schol- astic Press of Columbia University, Mrs. Sorensen received her AB degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and her MA degree from East Carolina College. As bridge is one of her favorite pastimes, she belongs to the Faculty Dup- licate Bridge Club

DR. GEORGE WEIGAND

Adviser of Sigma Tau Sigma, member of the Board of Direc- tors of the Pitt County Mental Health Association, and a mem- ber of the Pitt County Action Committee are activities of Dr. George Weigand. East Carolina's Director of Guidance and Counseling. Dr. Weigand holds an A.B. Degree in psychology from the Johns Hopkins University and a Ph. D. degree in psychology from the University of Maryland. With many pub- lications and papers to his credit. Dr. Weigand is a member of many professional organizations including Phi Delta Kappa He is also certified as a Psychologist by the Maryland Board of Examiners of Psychologists. This father of four children still finds time to enjoy such hobbies as photography, wood working, and music.

DR. JACK THORNHILL

With two publications to his credit, "Strikes in the Plastics Industry" and "Fringe Benefits in the Plastics Industry," Dr. Jack Thornhill is a recent ad- dition to the East Carolina faculty. Dr. Thornhill received his A.B. degree from Wiltenburg University, his Master in Letters in Economics from the University of Pittsburg, and his Ph.D. degree from Louisiana State Univer- sity. The American Economics Association. Southern Economics Association, Southwestern Social Science Association, and Masonic Lodge are organizations of which he is a member. In college, Dr. Thornhill was a Dean's List stu- dent, a member nf Beta Gamma Sigma, Honorary Business Fraternity, and Beta Beta Beta, Honorary Biology Fraternity. Dr. Thornhill is interested in all types of sports

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STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION

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EXECUTIVE BRANCH

Heading the Executive Branch were five ex- ecutive officers who were elected by and from the student body. This branch included a president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and historian, and the four class presidents. The combined efforts of the SGA executive officers and the class presidents were used in formulating policy, appointing judicial members, and making recom- mendations to the Student Legislature.

Steve Sniteman President

Frank Rice Vice-President

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FORMULATES POLICIES.

Sally Yopp Secretary

Steve Moore Treasurer

JoAnn House Historian

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LEGISLATURE RECOGNIZES

Assuming the responsibility for all student activity expenditures and the sponsorship of campus organizations and publications, the Student Govern- ment Legislature functioned within a wide capacity. Composed of dormitory and day student representatives, the speaker, and the SGA vice-president, the legislature acted as spokesman for the students of the college. The legislature selected its own speaker of the house from within the group. The lawmak- ing body of the Student Government Association was vitally concerned with the promotion of the importance of the individual student.

Adams, Gale

Andrews, Courtney

Beasley, Earle

Boone, Pat

Bullock, Gwen

Coe, Candy

Deal, Bill

Elam, Bill

Firestone, Carol

Garret, Gwyn

Grady, Phyliss

Grant, Marcia

Harvey, Jean

Hendricks, Marjory

Hicks, Nancy

Kimsey, Jim

Love, Lynda

Lloyd, David

Morrisette, Steve

Riddle, Caroline

Schafford, JoAnn

Simmons, Patsy

Staley, John

Street, Susan

Tetterton, Linda

Watson, Charles

Wentzel, Sandy

West, Linda

Winstead, Gay

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IMPORTANCE OF INDIVIDUAL STUDENT.

Heated floor debate sparks legislative action.

Earle Beasley proves that the average college student finds it hard 10 pay for the extra expenses that (iille>;e deiDands.

David Lloyd questions the Speaker.

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As an advisory body to the President, the Presidential Cab- inet set pohcies for the Stu- dent Government Association and saw that these policies were enacted. The members of this body included the various sec- retaries appointed by the Presi- dent.

Mary Ambrose, Bill Deal, Steve Moore, Steve Sniteman, Frank Rice, Barry Blick.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT

Jay Barber Faculty Evaluation Committee Chairman

Ed Tipton Elections Committee Chairman

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Giving students a chance to participate directly in their government, the executive committees were concerned with evaluating and solving the problems in their respective fields of student activities. The SGA president appointed the committee chairmen, who worked in coordination with the three branches of the Student Government Association.

Earle Beasley Entertainment Committee Chairman

EVALUATES STUDENT PROBLEMS.

Steve Moore Budget Committee Chairman

Barry Blick Secretary of Internal Affairs

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FULL-TIME SGA EMPLOYEES INCREASE EFFICIENCY.

Bruce Whitaker Staff Photographer

Dean Hardee SGA Secretary

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Dant Goepper Vice-President

Jim Kimsey President

Jan Jackson Secretary

Steve Moore Treasurer

SGA CONTINUES THROUGHOUT SUMMER.

Operating on a basis similar to that used by the regular term SGA, the Summer School Student Gov- ernment Association carried on activities throughout the summer. Executive duties were performed by an entire new set of officers and representatives elected at the beginning of the term. Disciplinary problems occuring during the summer were handled by the College Discipline Committee, composed of both stu- dent and faculty members.

Legislators Nancy Hicks, Anna Basford, Donna Deans, Marion Morgan.

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Seated: Layton Getsinger, Frank Welty, Chairman; Howard Salenius. Standing: Steve Hartley, Mike Madagan, Mickey Hill, Nap Burns.

JUDICIARIES HANDLE BREACH

Woody Huband, Public Defender; Tom Miller, Assistant Attorney General; Charles Denny, Attorney General.

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JoAnn Vaughn, Vice-Chairman; Janet Broadhurst, Chairman; Janice Richardson, Secretary-Treasurer.

Trying all cases of student misbehavior which did not involve breach of the Honor Code, the Men's and Women's Judiciary Councils func- tioned separately to sene their respective constituents. These courts were not concerned with dormitory violations, but with violations of college regulation. These Boards had the privilege to refer any case to their respective Honor Councils. Men's Judiciary was composed of seven members and one alternate. Women's Judiciary consisted of a chairman, vice-chairman, secretary-treasurer, two members-at-large, the president of each women's dormitory, and representatives of each sorority house.

OF COLLEGE REGULATIONS.

Seated: JoAnn Vaughn, Janet Broadhurst, Janice Richardson. Standing: Linda Davenport, Helen Cooke, Betty Hooverton, Alyce Gardner, Glenda Crocker, Becky Mills, Marjorie Hendricks, Betsy Allen, Susan Davis, Lynn Shearin, Janice Long, Katherine Johnson, Sherry Goins, Kay Thigpen, Karen Wag- ner, Sandra Karsmuk, Betty Gard, Judy Shelton, Charlene Tietelbaum, Jody McGowan.

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HONOR COUNCILS TRY

Two honor councils, one for men and one for women, had original and referred jurisdiction over all violations of the Honor Code. These honor coun- cils were concerned with cases involv- ing lying, cheating, stealing, or matters of possible suspension or expulsion of students. Each council was composed of seven members and one alternate.

Jim Franklin, Bill Deal, co-chairmen

Seated: Jim Franklin, Bill Deal Standing: John Mumford, Jerry Allen, Lindsey Gould, John Wade. Sam Lilly, Ed Muggins.

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HONOR CODE VIOLATIONS.

Seated: Jan Smith, Frances Carmichael, Beth Wilson, Jane Brown.

Standing: Jan Jackson, Ginny Roberts, Nancy Hicks, Rosemary Bonnevie.

Ginny Roverts, Secretary, Jan Jackson, Chairman; Frances Carmichael, Vice-Chairman.

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MEN'S RESIDENCE COUNCIL UNITES MALE DORMITORY STUDENTS.

Organized for the purpose of developing a fraternal relationship between men students residing in the dormitories, the Men's Residence Council sponsored numerous social activities to promote this feeling of brotherhood. This organization functioned in an ef- fort to maintain an efficient system of student govern- ment in the college men's residence halls. The es- tablishment of its court system, which governed cases involving dormitory conduct and dormitory property damage, was the most vital organ of the Men's Resi- dence Council.

Seated: Jeff Bacon, Court Chairman; Bill Moore, President; Paul Allen, Secretary. Standing: Larry Felton, Treasurer; Harry Knight, Vice-President; Bob Reynolds, Alternate Member.

MRC meets to discuss current problems concerning male dormitory students.

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As advisor to the Student Government Association publica- tions, the Publications Board supervised the L<a/ Cdroliii'uui, the Bticcaneer, the Rebel, and the Key. Composed of faculty advisers of the pubhcations, an administrative official, editors and business managers of the publications, and student mem- bers-at-larpe elected by the Student Government Association Legislature, the Publications Board was also an advisory and supervisor)- board responsible for counseling in fiscal mat- ters. The Publications Board selected the editors, regulated th" salaries, and approved all student publications of the college.

BOARD SUPERVISES FOUR STUDENT PUBLICATIONS.

Seated: Dr. Leo Jenkins, Dr. James H. Tucker, Dr. Robert L. Holt. Standing: Nellie Lee, Mrs. Mary Sorenson, Mr. Rudolph Alexander, Earle Beasley, Richard Daves, Mr. Wyatt Brown, Henry Townsend, Steve Sniteman, Frank Rive, Jim Young, Mrs. Antoinette Jenkins.

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Earle Beasley Business Manager

Jim Young Editor-in-Chief

Academics and SGA Staff: Marty Almon, Editor; Gwen Strickland, Janice Mumford, Judy Feuerriegel.

In an eftort to provide students with a comprehensive collection of memories of the school year, the staff of the yearbook, the Biicciiieer. j-pent much time and energy to make this book a highly-rated publication. Beginning in the spring, under the direction of the editor-in-chief, the section editors and their staffs made preparations tor the following year. Copy was written, reworked, and written again. In the same manner lay-outs were drawn and revised until a satisfactory design was reached. Everyone co-operated to meet deadlines set by the editor and the publishing company. A sense of satisfaction was felt by all when the brown line proofs were received in the early spring. These were corrected, approved, and returned to the company. The yearbooks were distributed in early May.

Mary Catherine Joyner Organizations Editor

Sports Stuff: Josie Houston, Bill Newton, Ralph Smith. Editor; Barbara Atkins,

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BUCCANEER STRIVES TO REFLECT HIGHLIGHTS OF SCHOOL YEAR.

Lee Blackwell Classes Editor

Linda Ivey Features Editor

David Brown Fine Arts Editor

Becki Barrow Copy Editor

BUCCANEER STAFF

Editor Jim Young

Business Manager Earle Beasley

Copy Editor Becki Barrow

Academics, SGA Editor Marty Almon

Features Editor Linda Ivey

Classes Editor Lee Blackwell, Jr.

Organizations Editor Mary Catherine Joyner

Greek Editor Bettie Gard

Sports Editor Ralph Smith

Fine Arts Editor David Brown

Greek Staff: Anne Gard; Jean Halliburton; Bettie Gard, Editor; Carolyn Cootes; Susan Corey.

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EAST CAROLINIAN VOICES STUDENTS' OPINIONS.

The East Carolinhin continued as a bi-weekly newspaper this year with head- nes on issues pertaining to the University status question, SGA elections, and the Vietnam War. Winter Quarter, the paper swerved idealistically toward Higher Education and Seminar Interaction.

The student newspaper incited comments that went from radical to conser- vative. Three streamer headlines were seldom used. The editorial pages created the most controversy. Whether libral or conservative in the light of the reader, the staff of the EaU Cdroliiiiiin prided itself as being liberal. The definition for liberal was based on weighing both sides of an issue as accurately as possible.

In its forty-first year as the "students' voice," the East Carolinian offered stu- dents an opportunity to write and to learn the internal workings of newspaper journalism. Dedicated to good standards of journalism, the official news organ of the campus continued to strive for accurate presentation of news and kept in mind the following purposes: to inform, to educate, to stimulate student interest, and to voice the problems of the students.

As one of the few student-run college bi-weeklies in the nation, the East Carolinian enjoyed membership in the Associated Collegiate Press Association, the Intercollegiate Press, the United States Student Press Association, and the Carolinas Collegiate Press Association.

EAST CAROLINIAN STAFF

Editor Nellie Lee

Associate Editor Becky Hobgood

Managing Editor Bill Rufty

Business Aianager Richard Daves

Editorial Editor Frisby Hendricks

Co-News Editors Sandy Mims Duncan Stout

Sports Editor Clem Williams

Features Editor Marcy Jordan

Proofreader Lynn Morgan

Typist Sara White

Subscription Manager Ann Partridge

Nellie Lee Editor

Features Staff: Marcy Jordan, Editor; Phyllis Maddox.

Clem Williams Sports Editor

Becky Hobgood Associate Editor

New Staff: seated, Duncan Stout, Sandy Mims, Co-Editors, Standing, Dave Culley, Pam Sanders, Bob Robinson, Eileen Weiner, Katy Pridgen, Josie Lackey, John Reynolds.

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Richard Daves Business Manager

Bill Rufty Managing Editor

Editorial Staff: Frisby Hendricks, Editor; John Sulton

Ann Partridge Subscription Manager

Sara White Chief Typist

Layout Staff: Phyllis Bridgeman, Sandy Stem, Linda Smith, Gayle Daniel.

Lynn Morgan Chief Proof Reader

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Informing new students about organiza- tions, policies, and activities of East Caro- lina College was the job of the Key. This handy reference book was printed by a staff selected during Winter Quarter. Completed in the Spring, the Key was distributed to in- coming freshmen who visited East Carolina during the summer months.

Jean Joyner, Ediior; Elizabeth Cooke, Associate Editor.

KEY EXPLAINS CAMPUS LIFE.

Emily Sellers, Typist.

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REBEL ENCOURAGES LITERARY TALENT.

To give students and faculty an opportun- ity to develop their literary talents, the Rthtl published selections of prose, poetry, book reviews, intersiews, and art. A member of the Associated Collegiate Press, the Rebel was sponsored by the Student Government.

Ron and Bettie discuss the Fall issue of the Rebel.

Seated: ron Watson, Editor: Sandy Thomas, Copy Editor. Standing: Bettie Adams, Associate Editor; Pat Wilson, Peggy Taylor, Assistant Editor; Henry townsend, Business Manager; Don Dunaaway, Art Editor.

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Athletics

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BASEBALL, 1966

East Carolina's fighting Pirates took the Southern Confer- ence championship in 1966 by posting a 12-3 conference record and a 17-10 record through all games. Paced by pitchers Jimmy Raynor and Raymond Burke, the Buccaneers went as far as the NCAA District 3 Tournament but there lost to the University of North Carolina and Florida State University.

Starting the season with a 5-3 victory over University of North Carolina, the Bucs reeled off two wins in the first three games before losing two straight to the Redskins from the University of Massachusetts. Conference losses were to George Washington University, The College of William and Mary, and West Virginia University. Highlights of the season in- cluded 7-4 and 7-6 wins over Duke University and the 6-0 championship clincher over The Citadel in the final games of the regular season.

COACH EARL SMITH

First Row: D. Foster, D. Winchester, L. Dunn, L. Smith, C. Daddona, J. Parrish, R. Gifford. Second Row: A. Calder, D. Barbour, F. Rodriquez, B. Kaylor, J.

Raynor, O. Jarvis, R. Hedgecock. Third Row: D. Burke, J. Daniels, W. Britton, R. Narron, F. Rice, S. Fornash, J. Snyder.

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The Pirates are congratulated after moving one step closer to the conference championship.

PIRATES GAIN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP.

Ed Thorne moves toward first in the game with Furman University.

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Coach Smith plans future strategy.

Wayne Britton pulls safely into second base.

RAYNOR, BURKE CAPTURE 13 GAMES.

Jim Raynor shows winning form.

Smith heads for home going full speed.

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Richard Hedgecock makes a routine out as Bucs sweep doubleheader from Furman Paladins.

SCOREBOARD

ECC 5 University of North Carolina 3

FCC 1 Springfield 7

ECC 6 Springfield 2

ECC 1 Massachusetts 4

ECC 4 Massachusetts 5

ECC 5 Ithaca 0

ECC 0 Ithaca 1

ECC 9 George Washington 2

ECC 6 George Washington 8

ECC 4 Davidson 0

ECC 1 Davidson 0

ECC 7 Duke 4

ECC 1 William & Mary 4

ECC 4 Richmond 1

ECC 5 Richmond

ECC 3 West Virginia

ECC 2 West Virginia 7

ECC 7 V.M.I 0

ECC 5 V.MI 0

ECC 3 Furman 0

ECC 6 Furman 2

ECC 7 Duke 6

ECC 10 William & Mary 1

ECC 6 State 16

ECC 6 The Citadel 0

BUCS POST 17- 10 SEASON FOR 1966.

Pirate outfielders close in on fly ball.

Catcher Rooster Narron waits for the delivery

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EAST CAROLINA'S STARTING NINE

Front Row-E. Thorne, L. Smith, D. Winchester, C. Dad- dona.

Back Row-O. Jarvis, W. Britton, F. Rodreiguez, B. Kaylor, R. Hedgecock.

BASEBALL

Carl Daddona prepares to go for second on short notice.

Players watch pre-game activities before the first game of the season against North Carolina.

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Congratulations are extended to the winning pitcher.

Fred Rodriguez roundw the corner.

BASEBALL

Jim Raynnr, Ed Thorne, and Dave Winchester pause during the East Carohna offensive half of the inning.

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Dave Winchester breaks away for second.

Richard Hedgecock stretches to make the out.

BUCS TRIUMPH IN 12 CONFERENCE BATTLES.

Fred Rodriguez surveys the field before taking action.

Carl Daddona, Dave Winchester, and Bob Kaylor await the start of the game.

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Kneeling: L. Bnnson. J. Johnson. J. Garbett, T, Hickey, J Allen, B. Price. Standing: Coach Baxter Berryhill, T. Taylor, C. Hudson, E. Whyte, T. Slazek, M. Welton, M. Havard, B. Rynearson, T. Goodwin.

TRACK

Clem Williams and Gene Thompson exchange the baton in 4-40 relay.

Henry Coble puts the shot.

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TRACK TEAM PLACES NINTH IN STATE MEET.

In the All-State Track Meet, the Pirate Varsity Track Team finished ninth among the fourteen participating teams. Out- standing participants of the meet were Buddy Price, second in the pole vaulting event; Mac Havard, third in the 440 event; Charles Hudson, fourth in the 880; and Ed Johnson, fifth in the mile. The mile relay team also placed fifth in this event.

Setting a Southern Conference record in the Davidson re- lays. Buddy Price vaulted 14 feet 81^ inches. He also set a school record when he vaulted 15 feet 2 inches in the meet against Frederick College.

Pacing the Freshman All-State team was Jim Cargill, North Carolina State Champion in the high Hurdles, and Bill Diugu- id, state champion in the pole vault. Other members who placed in the All-State meet were Mike Bridges in the 100 yard dash, Whit Whitfield in the 440, Bill Wooten m the Javelin, and Clem Williams in broad jump. Mike Bridges, Bill Cotheren, Clem Williams, and Gene Thompson, the 440 relay team, placed fourth. Peter Moe, a freshman transfer student from Norway, broke existing Southern Conference records in the high jump.

Ted Slazekup warms up for broad jump.

Jerry Allen clears the high jump.

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Last few minutes of the mile!

Bob Rynearson clears pole vault.

TRACK RESILTS

ECC41 North Carolina State University 104

ECC 71 Davidson College 72

ECC 57 University of Richmond 88

ECC 92 Atlantic Christian College 47

ECC 31 The Citadel 112

ECC 55 Old Dominion 87

ECC 48 V.P.I 95

ECC 79 Frederick 65

Ed Whyte throws the javelin

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SEASON RECORD

ECC 4 Furman University 5

ECC 5 VMI 4

ECC 5 College of Charleston 4

ECC 2 The Citadel 7

ECC 2 The College of William and Mary 7

ECC 0 Davidson College 9

ECC 8 The Citadel 1

ECC 1 Ball State Colleg 8

ECC 2 George Washington Univ. 7

ECC 0 Old Dominion College 9

ECC 3 Atlantic Chrisitian College 5

ECC 3 Pfeiffer College 4

ECC 3 University of South Carolina 6

ECC 0 Clemson University 9

ECC 0 Presbyterian College 9

ECC 8 Wofford 1

ECC 5 Atlantic Christian 4

ECC 6 Richmond 3

Ron Hignite demonstrates his winning form.

NETMEN CLINCH FOURTH SPOT IN TOURNAMENT.

Kneeling: R. Hignite, F. Cooke. Standing: C. Van Middles- worth, D. Simmons, C. Taylor, T. Dean, B. Diday, C. Bissette.

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Displaying his backcourt skill, Bob Diday sets the pace in this match.

Ron Hignile, Coach Builard, and Frank Cooke discuss strategy before the game begins.

COOKE, HIGNITE SPEARHEAD TENNIS SQUAD.

Frank Cooke gets set to slam the ball back to his op- ponent.

Sparked by Frank Cooke and Ron Hignite, East Carolina's tennis team finished fourth in the 1966 Southern Conference tourn.inient and compiled a season record of 6-12. A young .squad, the majority will be returning in l'.>67 under the Icid- ership of Coach Harold Bullard.

Number one man on the team, Frank Cooke, posted the best record. Ron Hignite filled m the second position and achieved the most consistent backcourt game. Chuck Taylor held position number three, and Chip Van Middlesworth claimed the fourth spot. Boh Diday .md Tom Dean possessed the fifth and sixth positions.

Hignite and Cooke, who had a three year record of 3I -8, composed the number one doubles team. Taylor and Van Middlesworth, the number three doubles team, posted the most outstanding record on the squad for the year.

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ROWING TEAM FACES FIRST COMPETITION

First in the state to have a crew program, East Carolina takes pride in its rowing team. In existence for only two years, the squad took on opponents for the first time in 1966.

Despite the odds, the team participated in a regatta in Washington, D.C. during the spring hohdays. The East Carolina Pirates finished last in competition with teams from the University of Pennsylvania, Wash- ington and Lee High School, and Hammond High School. George Washington University beat East Carolina hy one length; Georgetown University beat the Pirates by two lengths.

Under Coach Andre Brousseau, the varsity squad participated on the water last year. Both freshmen and varsity teams participated this year in races with other colleges along the East Coast as the sport expanded with East Carolina College.

Kneeling: P. Shannon, A. Brousseau, coach; Second Row: B. Perkins, S. Beatty, F. Mitchell, H. Trotter; Third Row: D. Re>-waud, A. Mearn. C. Helms, G. Wooten.

Crew team prepares to hit the water

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GOLFERS WIN 4, LOSE 6

Standing: Coach Carr, J. Andrews, C. Guthrie. C. Pulley, H Permar, Kneeling: P. Somers, M Malinsky, J. Handlon. G. Mull.

Buc linkster visually checks the green be- fore putting.

Coached by Wendell Carr and Assistant Phil Somers, the 1966 East Carolina golf team played a full Southern Conference schedule. After an un- successful season of four wins and six losses, the Pirates, led by Captain Gary Mull, nailed down sixth place in the conference tournament.

In the 1967 games sophomore linksters will suppoit returning lettermen Carl Guthrie, Jim Hand- Ion, Mike Malinsky, and Howard Permar.

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Kneeling: P. Katzburg, W. Gooden, P. Mersh, R. Cortesse, T. Boyhan, K. Voorhees, E. Wald, R. Cortesse, R. Sykes, R. Williams, B. Clymer, J. Cassidy. Standing: N. Corsey, M. Goldfarb, D.

Wheeler, D. Pierce, B. Bingen, R. Aversa, B. McWatters, J. McLaughlin, K, Ryan, C. Coviel, G. McCulloch, M. McShave

STICKMEN RECORD INITIAL VICTORY.

Ron Williams works for a goal.

"Ball on right!" "Check sticks!" These were the sounds of East Carolina's Lacrosse Club in its second year of play. Facing a tough schedule, the Buc stickmen posted a 1-5 record. The high- light of the season was East Carolina's first Lacrosse victory. The hard fought game with Roanoke College resulted in an 11-9 de- cision for the Pirates. The victory was sparked by four goals by Tom Boyham and two quick goals and an assist in the fourth quarter by Kirk Voorhees. In a defensive battle, the Pirates led the University of North Carolina until Carolina managed two last minute goals to defeat the Bucs 5-4. The schedule also included Duke University, Amherst College, and the Catonsville Lacrosse Club of Baltimore, a team made up of ex-college standouts.

Co-captains Tom Boyhan and Kirk Voorhees and faculty spon- sor Mr. Ron Kandy coached the Pirates. The team worked hard to perfect the skills of Lacrosse which may be compared to ice hockey in roughness and objectives.

Midfielders Kirk Voorhees and Gary McCulloch and attack- man Tom Boyhan led the Pirate offense. Defenseman Rocky Aversa and goalie Marty Goldfarb did an outstanding job in limiting opponents' scoring.

Buc offense at work !

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1st Row: B. Withrow. S. Oliver, A. Glass, B. Livermore, W. Lineberry, J. Testo, P. Hutchins, B. Cries, K. Moran, J. Adkins, E. Nottingham, R. Ellis, P. Crane, J. Crew, L. Cobb, W. Bostic, B. Bailey, N Gravatt, B. Prince, T. Grant, P. Scnnurr, G. Gay, N. Hushes, T, Hicks. 2nd Row: M Herring, P.

Moe, R. Paris, B. Reagan, C. Overton, J. Johnson, R. Vincent, V. Hester, B. Reynolds, M. Bridges, B. Rose, E. Carlson, J Dudley, B. Kohler. C. For- ber, M. Ellis, B. Cothren, J. Wayne, J. Shuffler, D. Hamilton, M, Hunnicutt, G Medinger.

GRIDDERS COP SOUTHERN CONFERENCE TITLE

East Carolina finished the 1966 football season with an overall record of 4-5-1 and a Southern Conference total of 4-1-1. In their first year of eligibihty for the Southern Conference Championship the Pirates split the crown with the College of William and Mary.

Playing as a major college in the National Collegiate Athletic As- sociation for the first time, the Bucs posted their first losing record since 1958. The lone conference loss came at the hands of the George Washington University Colonials in a game played in Washington, D.C. East Carolina and the College of William and Mary tied in the season opener for the both teams. Northeast Louisiana State College, Southern Illinois University, the University of Southern Mississippi, and the University of Louisville each downed the Pirates. Buc victories were all over conference opponents - Furman University, Davidson College, The Citadel, and the University of Richmond.

Leading the Buccaneers' offense was tailback Bill Bailey with 1152 yards in total offense. Tailback Dennis Young rolled for 482 yards for second place honors and fullback George Gay placed third on the squad with 46S yards. Kevin Moran, Pete Crane, and Wayne Lineberry were cited as outstanding defensive performers for the Pirates. Out- standing sophomores who will be returning to bolster next year's team are Jim Flowe, George Gay, Dennis Young, Wayne Lineberry, Bob Withrrow, Dave Hamilton, Bill Livermore, and Myles Hunnicutt.

Head Coach Clarence Stasavich, closely observes his team during the William and Mary game.

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PIRATES, INDIANS BATTLE TO 7-7 TIE.

Wingback Robert Ellis intercepts a Redskin pass

East Carolina and William and Mary, the two teams picked as pre-season favorites to win the Southern Conference title, battled to a 7-7 tie in Williamsburg, Virginia, in the first game of the 1966 season. The game proved to be a defensive contest with the only two touchdowns coming on punt re- turns by East Carolina's Robert Ellis and William and Mary's Chip Young.

Early in the second quarter. Chip Young received a punt by Mike Herring on the 5 yard line and returned it 95 yards for the Indian score. Donnie McGuire successfully booted the extra point.

In the third quarter, Robert Ellis equalized the Redskin touchdown by running a punt from the William and Mary 25 yard line for the score. Bob Paris kicked the extra point to make the score 7-7.

Offensively the Pirates made 268 yards compared to 145 for the Indians. Bill Bailey led both teams in individual rush- ing yardage by gaining 70 yards in 13 carries, and sophomore George Gay ran a close second with 6l yards in 10 carries. For William and Mary, Marty Fuller claimed top honors with 5 2 yards. Dan Darragh passed for 64 yards to lead both teams, and East Carolina's Bill Bailey finished with 61 aerial yards.

Bill Bailey evades the William and Mary defense for more rushing yardage

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PIRATES SUFFER FIRST LOSS OF YEAR.

East Carolina defense prepares to start work.

Handing East Carolina its second loss in two years, the Northeast Louisiana Indians hahed the Pirates 21-14, Behind 7-0 early in the game, the Bucs estabhshed a 14-7 lead midway in the third period only to see North- east's Dalton LeBlanc score two touchdowns to tie the game and then claim the victory.

Northeast Louisiana scored first on a 40 yard touchdown jaunt by Steve Mansur, Blake's successful kick after the touchdown moved the Indians ahead 7-0. Bill Bailey hit pay dirt for the Bucs on a 9 yard run, and Bob Faris tied the game at 7-7 with the point after. Jim Flowe pushed the Bucs ahead on a tally from the 3 yard line. With the next twelve plays, the Redskins tied the game 14-14 on LeBlanc's carry from the 3. North- east Louisiana's winning touchdown come in the final period when LeBlanc broke loose for the remaining 63 yards.

Gaining 190 yards in net offense, East Carolina's Bill Bailey claimed top honors for the game. Jim Flowe followed him with 63. For the Indians, Dalton LeBlanc ran for 135 yards; and Steve Mansur gathered a total of 89.

Todd Hicks looks for open ground

Yardage sometimes comes hard!

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EAST CAROLINA BLANKS FURMAN 17-0.

East Carolina held the Furman Paladins scoreless the entire game to win the first home contest of the season 17-0. Spear- headed by Jim Flowe and Bill Bailey, the Buccaneers scored with approximately two minutes gone in the first period as Flowe carried from the one.

The Pirates fostered a second drive late in the second quarter from their own 30 yard line. Penetrating as far as the Paladin 18 with time running short, a pass intended for Bob Withrow was intercepted on the goal line by Jimmy Jordan to end the quarter.

Starting the only serious scoring threat early in the third quarter. Furman reached the Pirate 20 yard line before Robert Ellis intercepted Bob Stillwell's pass on the two.

Bob Faris increased the East Carolina lead with 6:42 re- maining in the game on a field goal when a Pirate drive fizzled on the six yard line. Not wasting any time, Leroy Cobb in- tercepted a Furman pass on the ten and returned it to the five yard line. On the fourth down a pass from George Gay to Neal Hughes gave East Carolina a 16 point margin with 36 sec- onds remaining. Bob Paris completed the scoring with his extra point to make the final score 17-0.

George Veal (65) attacks the Buc offense from the rear.

East Carolina linemen control Paladin offense without any trouble.

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COLONIALS TOPPLE FAVORED EAST CAROLINA.

Pirate tacklers halt the George Washington offense.

Participating in the- third conference game of the season. East Carolina lost 20-7 to an inspired George Washington team. Steve Molnar sparked the Colonials' attack with two touchdowns and 101 net yards rushing.

East Carolina started off fast recovering a fumble by Mohiar on the Colonial 29 yard line. Reaching the 14, the Pirates tried a field goal which fell short; thus, George Washington gained possession. During the first period the Colonials moved ahead 7-0. Taking the ball nn the Buc 2.i yard line by virtue of an East Carolina fumble, George Washington scored in four plays. The kick by Gross was successful to put the Colonials ahead. With seven minutes remaining in the half, the Colonials Increased their lead by 3. George Washington moved to the 19 before Gross booted a 36 yard field goal on fourth down to end the first half scoring.

Intercepting a pass fmni the Pirates on their own 36, George Washington moved farllur ahead with another field goal after penetrating to the 21 jaril line. Gross continued his kicking display Willi a s yard conversion. Approximately two minutes later George Washington insured the upset victory on a 29 yard touchdown run by Steve Molnar. Gross put the Colonials ahead 20-0 with his extra point kick.

Preventing the first shutout since 1962, the Pirates finally tallied on a 61 yard pass from Dennis Young to Jimmy Adkins. With one minute left in the game, Bob Paris ended the scor- ing at 20-7 with his extra point.

Colonials Tom Metz (83) and Paul Tortolani (41) attack East Carolina's Neal Hughes.

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PIRATES MAUL DAVIDSON 40-7

Playing one of their finest games, the East Carolina Pirates ripped the Davidson Wildcats in the first battle between the two schools since 1957. After a slow first quarter the Pirates came on strong to win 40-7 before an overflowing homecoming crowd in Ficklen Stadium.

Early in the second quarter, East Carolina began to roll by start- ing a scoring spree stopped only by the final gun. George Gay spearheaded the offense scoring three touchdowns and pitching out to tailbacks Billy Bailey and Dennis Young for two more. With two minutes gone in the second quarter. Gay plunged into the end zone from the one for the first Pirate score. Bob Paris' point after touchdown split the uprights to give the Bucs a 7-0 advantage. Davidson threatened in its next series of plays by getting to the Pirate 9 yard line before a pass from quarterback Jimmy Poole was taken by defensive wingback Robert Ellis.

After a Wildcat punt with approximately six minutes left in the half, the Buccaneers moved 54 yards on a pass from Bailey to sophomore Bob Withrow. Another Gay to Bailey lateral left the Wildcat defenders confused and the Bucs moved ahead with a

13 point spread. Taking possession on their own 40 yard line, the Pirates moved the ball well into Wildcat territory where Bailey connected for the ninth time as Grey Medinger crossed the goal line. Paris added his second point of the day giving East Carolina a 20-0 halftime lead.

In the third period, Davidson's Renn Gruber intercepted a lateral to start the first and only successful Wildcat drive of the afternoon. In eleven plays the Davidson offense moved to the Pirate goal as Keith scored from the 2. The Bucs caught fire in a short time as Gay carried the ball on a 52 yard touchdown jaunt. In the next set of plays. East Carolina's Johnny Johnson's recovery of a Davidson fumble led to another Gay touchdown. The Pirates entered the final period with a 33-7 lead after Gay's tally.

With eight minutes gone Neal Hughes picked a Davidson pass from the air to give East Carolina possession on the 34. A be- wildered Wildcat defense left Young in the open for a lateral from Gay, and Young easily scored. Paris added the extra point to end the scoring at East Carolina 40, Davidson 7.

George Gay looks for running space.

Bill Bailey goes over Davidson defenders to pass.

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IN '66 HOMECOMING.

Davidson's Billy Taylor is halted by Skipper Oliver and an- other unidentified Pirate tackler.

Bob Faris kicks an extra point against Davidson.

Grey Medinger attempts to avoid the Wildcat tackler

East Carolina's Robert Ellis fakes a pass and is brought down by Davidson's John Walker.

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LATE BUC RALLY DOWNS THE CITADEL.

Trailing at halftime 17-6, the East Carolina Pirates bounced back in the second half to spoil The Citadel's Homecoming hopes 27-17. Sophomore tailback Dennis Young led the Bucs to three touchdowns in the second half to capture the Pirates' third conference win.

Jim Gahagan put the Cadets ahead early in the game with a 25 yard field goal. Quarterback Bill Ogburn increased the lead to 9-0 with three minutes left in the first period, and Gahagan successfully booted the extra point to end the early scoring spree.

East Carolina broke the ice late in the second period, taking full advantage of a Bulldog fumble on the 19 yard line. In three plays, the Bucs scored on a 3 yard run by George Gay. The extra point attempt by Bob Paris failed, and the score remained 10-6. After receiving the kick off, the Cadets marched to the Buccaneer goal line in seven plays and moved ahead 16-6 on a pass from Ogburn to John Griest, Gahagan made the extra point attempt good to put the Pirates at an eleven point disadvantage.

Returning from the halftime break, the Bucs started a touchdown drive that began on the Citadel 48. With approximately 6 minutes elapsed in the third quarter, Jim Flowe tallied from the 1. Peter Moe brought East Carolina one point closer after the score to make it 17- 13.

Still trailing, the Pirates moved once again from their own 47 to the Citadel goal in ten plays with Dennis Young carrying for the touchdown. A fumble by Bill Ogburn gave the Bucs the ball once again two minutes later on the Cadet 10. Flowe carried from the one yard line on fourth down culminating the final big drive of the day for either team. Moe added the last point to put the Pirates on the winning side of a 27-17 score.

Wingback Robert Ellis takes a pass from The Citadel.

George Gay attempts a running play around Bulldog Cal McCombs.

Dennis Young gets away from defender Dennis Webb.

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Joe Testo hits the Southern Illinois offense head on.

SALUKIS HALT EAST CAROLINA PIRATES.

Hampered by injuries, the East Carolina Pirates were able to contain Southern Illinois until mid-way through the third quarter. Illinois took the lead 1 1-13 on a three-yard plunge by Doug Mougey and ended the game supporting a 31-13 win.

After Southern Illinois established a 7-0 lead in the first quarter, Jim Flowe scored East Carolina's first touchdown of the game in the second quarter on a 3-yard dash. Peter Moe's attempt for the extra point was unsuccessful. With three minutes remaining in the quarter, Mike Bridges scram- bled 35 yards for a touchdown. The kick was good and gave East Carolina a 13-7 lead at half-time.

The Salukis tame back after half-time to score 24 points and to stop the Buts completely. At the end of the third quarter the score was SIU 14 and EC 13. Illinois' first play in the fourth quarter ended in a touchdown. Four plays later Southern Illinois kicked in another three pointer with twelve minutes remaining. Ron Williams of Illinois ended the scoring after a 2-yard sprint. The game finished at 31-13.

Pirate offense vainly tries to move against the Salukis.

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RICHMOND SUCCUMBS TO PIRATES 28-16.

Playing their way to the number one con- ference position, the Pirates downed the Uni- versity of Richmond in East Carolina's final conference game of the 1966 season. With a 28-16 score, East Carolina assured itself of at least a tie for the conference championship.

Scoring for both teams seemed difficult in the first quarter. Finally, Mike Bragg kicked a 42 yard field goal giving the Spiders a 3-0 lead at the end of the quarter. Coming alive in the second period, East Carolina scored two touch- downs - the first on a one yard run by Jim Flowe and the second on a pass from Bill Bailey to Nelson Gravatt for 22 yards. Bob Paris kicked both extra points successfully. With less than a minute remaining in the quarter, Jack Jones received a kickoff on the six and lateralled to Don Everett on the 14. Everett ran 86 yards for a Spider touchdown. The half ended favoring East Carolina 14-9. Neither team scored in the third quarter despite several fumbles and recoveries. In the fourth period Flowe made another one yard sprint for a touchdown, and Faris' kick was good. Everett scored for the Spiders on a five yard pass from Buster O'Brien. Bragg's kick added another point. The Pirates' final touchdown came on a pass from Bailey to Tom Grant for 57 yards. Faris kicked for an additional point. Scoring ended with two minutes left in the game and gave East Carolina a 28-16 victory margin.

George Gay led East Carolina's ground of- fense by rushing for a total of 74 yards, and Larry Zunich spearheaded Richmond with 51 yards. O'Brien led all passers with 161 yards. Bailey, with a total of 100 yards, placed second.

Pirate offense goes back to the huddle to discuss strategy for the next play.

Pirate defender sails toward Richmond offense.

Tailback Bill Bailey rises to look for an open receiver.

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Boasting the top defensive record in the country, Southern Mississippi University invaded the Pirates' home field to walk off with a 35-14 victory. East Carohna held a 7-6 halftime edge, but the Southerners proved too strong in the final half and chalked up 29 points.

East Carolina scored first when tailback Bill Bailey fumbled on the 35 and left end Bob Withrow recovered the ball and carried it the rest of the distance to the goal. Southern Mississippi put its first points on the scoreboard with 9:26 left in the quarter on a 19 yard pass from Mike McClellan to Clyde Dowd. The extra point attempt was no good and thus left the Pirates in the lead 7-6.

McClellan moved the Southerners ahead m the third period by passing to Jack McAlpin from the 20. The two point attempt after the touchdown failed and left the Bucs at a 5 point disadvantage. Southern Mississippi increased its lead early in the fourth quarter on a 16 yard field goal by George Sumrall.

With nine minutes left in the game, McClellan threw to Qyde Dowd once again to give Southern Mississippi a 22-7 advantage. East Carolina moved one touchdown closer on a 20 yard pass from Bill Bailey to Jimniy Adkins, but a 92 yard kickoff return by John Johnson moved the Soudicrncrs out in front 29-7, and the Bucs did not score again.

Bill Davis ended the scoring for Southern Mississippi by intercepting a pass on the East Carolina 36 and return- ing it for the touchdown. The extra point attempt was no good and left the score 35-14.

Southerner's Mike McClellan 15 hit hard by Neal Hughes.

POWERFUL SOUTHERNERS DOWN BUCS.

Friedhoff (46) and Johnson (26) get into the middle of the action.

Pirates quickly close the hole in the line.

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CARDINALS OVERRUN BUCCANEERS.

In the final game of the season for both teams, East Carohna and the University of Louisville collided in Louis- ville, Kentucky, as the Cardinals rolled over the Pirates 21-7. Paced by All-American candidate Benny Russell, Louisville pushed two touchdowns across the goal line in the last period to break a 7-7 tie and claim the victory.

Playing scoreless ball until late in the first half, the Cardinals finally broke the ice with a 46 yard touchdown pass from Russell to Mike Dennis. Pete Compise success- fully booted the extra point to complete the first half scoring.

East Carolina came to life in the third quarter and tied the game 7-7 on a touchdown by sophomore Jim Flowe. The drive began on the Louisville 49 and was carried to the goal line in five plays. The big play came on the East Carolina 29. A lateral from Nelson Gravatt gave the ball to Bill Bailey, who passed to Bob Withrow. Withrow carried the ball to the three and the first down. A penalty against Louisville put the ball on the one, and Flowe car- ried it from there. Paris' extra point attempt was good.

Early in the fourth period the Cardinals forged ahead for good. Passing from the nine yard line, Russell successfully hit Jim Zamberlin for the score. Compise kicked the extra point once again. With 7:19 remaining, the Louisville Cardinals completed the scoring for the afternoon. In five plays the ball was moved from the Louisville 41 to the East Carolina 23. At this point Russell passed to Lonny Gilbert for the touchdown. Compise marked up his third conversion of the day to make the final score 21-7.

Lonny Gilbert (81) and Wayne Lineberry (56) try to grab a Louisville fumble.

Bill Bailey scans the field for an open receiver.

Louisville's record-breaking quarterback, Benny Russell, fails to move the ball on this play.

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1966 SCOREBOARD AND HIGHLIGHTS

Coach Clarence Stasavich and Coach Marv Levy shake hands after the William and Mary game.

Davidson fumbles as East Carolina's Robert Ellis closes in. The Pirates capture a 40-7 Homecoming win over the Wildcats.

ECC 7 William and Mary 7

ECC 14 Northeast Louisiana 21

ECC 17 Furman 0

ECC 40 Davidson 7

ECC 7 George Washington 20

ECC 27 The Citadel 17

ECC 13 Southern Illinois 31

ECC 28 Richmond 16

ECC 14 Southern Mississippi 35

ECC 7 Louisville 21

George Washington's Richard Strobach prepares to tackle Jimmy Adkins. The Colonials prevent the Bucs from being the sole Southern Conference champion.

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BABY BUCS ROLL TO PERFECT SEASON.

Richard Marroncelli (68) goes off the ground to stop a Chowan run while an unidentified Baby Buc tackle charges in from the front.

Posting one of the best records in East Carolina's history, the "Baby Bucs", led by Coach Henry Vansant, rolled to an undefeated 5-0-0 season. The team's outstanding performances were highlighted by the fine play of such leaders as Bryan McClure, offensive tailback, and Philip Bilodeau, defensive tackle. Both of these players were selected for the All-State football team.

The "Baby Bucs" began their season in fine fashion by shutting out Frederick Military Academy 13-0. A stout defense stunned the opponents as the East Carolina offensive units tallied the necessary victory margin in their first formal appearance.

Taking on Newport News Apprentice School in the second game of the season, Tommy Bullock and Butch Colson scored two touch- downs apiece for the Pirates. Bryan McClure hit Mike McGuirk for an aerial touchdown, and then this duo scored one touchdown each on individual rushing plays. The Bucs clinched the game 47-21.

In Charleston, South Carolina, the "Baby Bucs" had to overcome a 12-0 halftime score to down The Citadel Freshmen. A slow starting East Carolina offense was held to two first downs and 44 yards rushing in the first half. After intermission the "Baby Bucs" overtook the stubborn hosts to edge the Baby Bulldogs by a 21-19 count.

East Carolina gathered its fourth win over the University of Rich- mond "Baby Spiders." Bryan McClure threw two touchdown passes, and Tommy Bullock raced 70 yards on a punt return to outscore the Richmond team 19-6.

In the final game the freshmen team completed its undefeated season by romping over Chowan Junior College 69-0. Glenn Chambers scored three touchdowns and Butch Colson two. Tommy Bullock, Mike Bozman, Jim Gudger, John Anderson, and Danny 'Wilmer added one tally each. Gudger increased the lead by kicking nine extra points.

In the final statistics, the "Baby Bucs" marched for 1811 yards in total offense. McClure was the team leader in total offense with 727 yards, seven touchdown passes, and a 4.5 yards per carry average. The team scored 25 touchdowns for 160 points.

Co-captains Jim Gudger, Roger Bost, George Wheeler, and Coach Henry Vansant.

East Carolina back tries for the first down.

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McCLURE LEADS FRESHMEN TO VICTORY

SCOREBOARD

ECC 13 Frederick Military 0

ECC 47 Newport News Apprentice 21

ECC 21 The Citadel 19

ECC 19 University of Richmond 6

ECC 69 Chowan Junior College 0

Baby Buc tacklers ground the Chowan offense.

AS TEAM BREAKS RECORDS.

Front Row: G. Chambers, B. Colson, J. Gudgcr, V. Bozman. A. Bateman. B, Tucker, S. Laney, C. Henslee, J. Flanagan, P. Scott, B. McClure, M. McGuirk T. Bullock. Second Row: D. Wilmer, G. Wheeler, J. Hanrelty, R. Bost, P. Bilodeau, P. Weathersbee, D. Tyson, J. Williams, R. Pcarcc, M, Kennedy, M. Boaz. Third Row: K. Hinton, J Davis, G. Pickett, R. Mar-

roncelli, S. Boyles, S. Garrett, R. Anderson, T. Lucido, J. Deal, R. Roberson. Fourth Row: J. Anderson, J. Louis, Mike Vogler, D. Flanagan, L. Deal. B. Braak, T. Jordan, K. Orem, C Orton, C. Daniel, T. Jones, B. Vaughn. Fifth Row: B. Aycock, Manager, J. Little As Coach, Head Coach- H. Van- sant, C McRae, As. Coach, J. McPhaul, As Coach,

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CROSS-COUNTRY

The varsity Cross- Countiy team compiled a dual meet record of eight wins and two losses in its third year of intercollegiate competition. In cham- pionship competition, the Pirate harriers finished second in the North Carolina State Meet.

During the 1966 season, the top five runners were Don Jayroe, Charles Hudson, Terry Taylor, Mike Smith, and John Osborne. Randy Martin and Dick Roth, two distance runners for the Bucs, will be back next season. Ken Voss, a former Marine, will be running for East Carolina in 1968 and will challenge Don Jayroe for the number one spot on the team.

Taylor and Jayroe lead the pack in the meet with Baptist College.

Starter raises his gun for the beginning of the meet with Old Dominion College.

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HARRIERS POST 8-2 RECORD.

CROSS-COUNTRY SCORES

Low Score Wins

ECC 19 St. Andrews College 43

ECC 17 University of Richmond 42

ECC 24 North Carolina State 32

ECC 43 University of North Carolina 19

ECC 16 University of Virginia 45

ECC 23 Old Dominion College 33

ECC 18 Virginia Military Institute 26

ECC 29 The Citadel 40

ECC 20 Baptist College 39

2nd Place North Carolina State Championship

2nd Place Southern Conference Championship

Coach Berryhill keeps a close time check on his charges.

Front Row: C. Hudson, T. Taylor, T. Hickey, D. Crotts, D. Jayroe. Back Row: M. Smith, T. Martin, J. Osborne, D. Roth.

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SOCCER TEAM FINISHES 2-6.

Playing for the first time with a regular coach, the East Carolina soccer team had a record of two wins and six losses. The first victory over Wesleyan College was fol- lowed by losses to North Carolina State University, Pembroke State College, and Campbell College. At midseason the team defeated Wil- mington College and lost the re- maining three games to Pembroke State College, Saint Andrews Col- lege, and the University of North Carolina.

Leading scorers for the Pirates were Harry Harris, Co-Captain Ger- ald Horner, and Jeff McMillan. Outstanding defensive men were Ken Barbour, Co-Captain Charles Pressley, and Larry Price.

Getting the ball off right is an important part of the game.

Front: B Jordan, J. Horner, C. Presley, D. Wilkins, B. Graham Back: G. Harvey, J. McMillan, B. Honaker, K. Lueck, D. Bartlett, Coach H. Harris, J. Law, E. Thorne, N, Morphis.

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SOCCER SCOREBOARD

ECC 7 North Carolina Wesleyan 1

ECC 1 North Carohna State 3

ECC 1 Pembroke State College 3

ECC 1 Campbell College 4

ECC 5 Wilmington College 2

ECC 0 Pembroke State College 3

ECC 3 Saint Andrews College 5

ECC 0 University of North Carolina 11

Pirate player positions himself to put the ball in the goal.

Ken Barhour anxiously wails for the ball to come to him.

East Carolina opponent gets to the ball first.

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CHEERLEADERS OBTAIN CANNON, GREAT DANE TO

Head Cheerleader, Ed Walton. Front Row: S. Ciampa, J. Camp, D, Simmons, J. Grubbs, D. Pierce, C. Krautler, E. Hale. Second Row: B. Bullock, S. Robertson, P. Dalton, M. Timberlake, C. Catchpole, P. Simmons.

Chuck Krautler undergoes an anxious moment during the George Wash- ington contest.

Fifteen spunky cheerleaders and a Pirate mascot formed the nucleus of East Carolina's school spirit. Chosen in the spring by a committee of Student Government Association members, coaches, and team members, the cheerleaders worked through- out football and basketball seasons to boost E.C.C.'s school spirit and support the mighty Pirates.

The cheerleaders worked closely this year with the Student Government Association and the Spirit Committee. Under the leadership of Head Cheerleader, Ed Walton, the squad de- vised new cheers and clever antics.

Actual cheering at the games was only half the cheerleaders' work. Pep rallies, posters, spirit banners, goal post decorations, and hours of practice were a regular part of the cheerleaders' activities. The squad was proud of its "Rebel Yell" cannon, "E.C.U." Great Dane, purple and gold post, "Burn the Spider" pep rally, and game antics that did much to promote East Carolina's school spirit.

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PROMOTE SPIRIT.

Reigning Miss Cheerleader USA. Sherry Robertson.

East Carolina Mascot, Gary Dean, shows enthusiasm at a football game.

FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS

Left to Right: D. Shuhan, L. Bokan, G. West, B. White, D. Williams, D. Holland, M. Johnson, J. Smith.

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QUINN ASSUMES HELM AS CAGE COACH.

Front Row; Coach Quinn, V. Colbert, D. Pasquariello, F. Campbell, G. Smith, J. Cox, B. Duckett, Assistant Coach Radovich. Second Row: Coach Stuart, S. Tilly, C. Lame, K. Sabo, T. Everett, L. Parker, J. Danowski.

Third Row: B. Lindfelt, B. McMakin, R. Kier, B. Francis, M. Simpson, Trainer, T. Willis, C. Holcomb,

With three starters missing from the previous year, new head coach Tom Quinn faced the task of rebuilding the 1966-67 basketball team. Returnees to the squad included guards Jimmy Cox, Bill Francis, Charles LaRue, and Fred Campbell. Gerald Smith and Danny Pasquariello returned to the front court, Vince Colbert, a transfer student from Eastern Utah College, alternated between the forward and center spots. Sophomores who saw a lot of action - Bob Lindfelt, Ken Sabo, and Richard Kier - could give the Pirates a solid foundation next year

Southern Conference opponents this year were West Virginia University, Furman University, The Citadel, The College of William and Mary, Virginia Military Institute, University of Richmond, and George Washington University. Non-conference opponents included powerful Dayton, the University of Connecticut, and Old Dominion College.

Co-Captain Fred Campbell, Coach Quinn, Co-Captain Gerald Smith.

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BUCS DOWN KEYDETS 79-72.

Playing at home for the second time during the season, the East Carolina cagers overcame the Keydets from Vir- ginia Military Institute 72-79 for the first Pirate Victory of the season. Danny Pasquariello topped all scorers with 30 points. Vince Colbert hit in double digits for the eighth straight game with 25 points. Pasquariello also grabbed 13 rebounds as the Bucs enjoyed a 42-24 edge in the rebounding department.

Both teams fought hard with the score tied 22 different times. The Keydets led 44-41 at the half and held a four point edge late in the first period. East Carolina went ahead with approximately ten minutes remaining in the second period and never relinquished the lead.

This victory gave the Bucs a 1-3 Southern Conference record and an overall total of 1-8. The win moved Virginia Military into the cellar of the conference with a record of 1-5 and an overall record of 2-7.

Vince Colbert (30) fires a jump shot while VMI's Denny Clark (25) tries in vain to block

Bob De Vos (31) notices too late that his man is in the clear for a good shot.

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SPIDERS SUCCUMB TO BUCS 97-80.

Playing their second home game in four days, the East Carolina Pirates built up a 36-27 halftime lead and went on to roll over the University of Richmond 97-80. Danny Pasquariello led all scorers with his second 30 point game of the season. Vince Colbert also continued his scoring pace racking up 21 points. Colbert pulled down 13 rebounds, top for both teams. Richmond's Johnny Moates scored 23 in the final half and 26 overall to take top honors for the Spiders.

Richmond led early in the first half by as much as four points. With 15:08 still left on the clock, forward Terry Burgess tallyed on a center jump shot to put the Spiders ahead 10-6. East Carolina's Danny Pasquariello tied the game 16-16 with approximately 11:30 remaining in the first period to push the Pirates ahead for good.

Pasquariello tossed in a center jump shot to make the score 70-50 to mark the biggest East Carolina margin of the night. The Spiders pulled to within eight points at 72-64 on a shooting spree by Moates before Colbert and Pasquariello found the range again to increase the lead to 17 points before the final buzzer.

Jimmy Cox prepares to put the ball in play.

Charles LaRue makes an easy two points.

Guard Fred Campbell attempts to get around Richmond defender.

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Danny Pasquariello hits one on a free-throw shot.

BUCS CLIP OLD DOMINION.

With Gerald Smith scoring 34 points, the East Carolina Pirates battled to a 90-88 win over the Monarchs of Old Do- minion College. Smith was also the leading rebounder pulling 13 off the boards. Not to be outdone, Vince Colbert got 11 rebounds and 17 points. The center spot was also burning the cords as Danny Pasquariello scored 27 points. Jimmy Cox balanced the Pirate scoring at- tack with 11 points. The game was tied 22 times before the final buzzer sounded. Down by six points at the half, the Pirates came on strong the lost half to capture the fourth straight win. The Pirates were behind the entire first half and did not lead until Colbert hit on a driv- ing lay-up with 18:11 remain- ing to make the score 55-54. Falling behind by five pomts. the Buccaneers tied the score at 62-62 with approximately 15:00 to go in the game. Bob? Pritchett connected on a center jump shot with 12:32 to go in the game to put the Pirates down by five points once again at 68-63. Smith tied the game for the last time 71-71 on a lay-up. Pasquariello moved the Bucs ahead permanently with 7:40 left at 73-71.

Jimmy Cox fires from the right corner.

Monarch defense prepares for the Buc attack.

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BUCS SLAY BULLDOG FIVE 80-72.

Falling behind only three times in the game, the East Carolina Pirates rolled over the Bulldogs from The Citadel 80-72 in a Southern Conference contest. Vince Colbert led the Bucs with 20 points, followed by Gerald Smith who tossed in 16. Bulldog leader Pat Conroy took game honors with 25 points. The Pirates grabbed a seven point lead early in the opening period, but Con- roy tied the game up within three minutes with his outside shoot- ing. The Citadel jumped to a two point lead on a hook shot by Dan Mohr. Smith tied the game up on a driving layup, and Danny Pasquariello put East Carolina back in the driver's seat. Spreading their margin to 17 points on a Colbert layup with four minutes to play, the Pirates controlled the remainder of the game. The Bulldogs put forth a final effort and came within eight points be- fore the game ended with East Carolina winning 80-72.

Pat Conroy (22) C, Hooper (15) and Bob Lindfelt perform their work under the boards.

Vince Colbert goes for a shot over the head of Al Kroboth (31).

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PIRATES OVERCOME GEORGE WASHINGTON 79-73.

East Carolina fought off a strong last minute effort by the George Washington Colonials to win the fifth game of the season and the fourth conference game in a row. The contest proved to be extremely close being tied seven times in the first half with a 39-39 halftime score and a final of 79-^3.

George Washington's Joe Lalii hit for 23 points, and Pirate Gerald Smith finished second in the scoring colunin with 22. Foul shooting provided the winning margin with the Pirates connecting on 27 of 32 shots from the line. The Colonials hit on 19 of 26.

Grabbing a 2-0 lead immediately after the opening tap, George Washington built up as much as a nine point spread before the first five minutes had elapsed. The Bucs went ahead for the first time with 10:28 remaining in the half on a corner jump shot by forward Vince Colbert. The lead switched several times in the half before ending in a 39-39 tie.

Early in the second period East Carolina's Danny Pasquariello received a two-shot foul to send the Buccaneers ahead 41-39. The Colonials remained down for the rest of the game with the Pirates leading by as much as 14 points three times in the second half. Under the hot shooting of Colonial guards Dick Ellis and Joe Lalli, George Washing- ton cut down the Pirate lead to four points with approximately 1:30 remaining in the game. Clutch foul shooting by Charles LaRue gave the Bucs four points in 30 seconds to provide the final Pirate momen- tum.

Danny Pasquariello powers his way through the Colonial defense for two points.

Pirate offensive men capitalize on a fast break.

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EAST CAROLINA EDGES BY PANTHERS 71-70.

Chris Lindsay (13) tries to stop Fred Campbell (22) from having an effective offense.

Jimmy Cox shoots over the head of High Point defender Chris Lindsay (13)

Playing on the Pirates' home court, the Panthers of High Point College lost a 71-70 basketball thriller in the last seven seconds of the game on a winning lay-up by forward Gerald Smith. The contest was the first between the two schools since East Carolina's head coach Tom Quinn left the High Point coaching position last year.

With the lead constantly changing hands in the first seven minutes. High Point went ahead with 12:54 remain- ing in the first half at 13-12 on a lay-up by center Jim Picka. The Panthers built up as much as a seven point lead before East Carolina caught up and edged in front 26-25 with approximately six minutes to play in the half. Guard Jimmy Cox put the Bucs ahead for the remainder of the half on a jump shot with 2:29 left. East Carolina had established a four point lead when the buzzer sounded.

High Point forged into the lead for the first time in the last period at 55-54 on a shot by Jim Colbert. With 5:37 the Panthers put pressure on the Buc offense going in front 64-63. At one point in the last few minutes High Point led 66-63 for their biggest margin in the half. With the clock showing 23 seconds and a 70-69 score in favor of High Point, Cox stole the ball from Panther guard Chris Lindsay and called a time out. Smith tallyed on a lay up to give East Carolina a 71-70 lead and the game.

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WILLIAM AND MARY SURGES PAST EAST CAROLINA.

The College of William and Mary ended an East Carolina home court win skein at five by racing to an 84-72 win in the second meeting of the year be- tween the two schools. East Carolina led briefly early in the game by scores of 4-3 and 6-5 before falling behind permanently. Ben Pomeroy put the Indians ahead 7-6 on a jump shot with 16:43 left in the first halt. William and Mary built up as much as a ten point margin in the first period going ahead 24-14. Behind the shooting of Jimmy Cox and Vince Col- bert, the Bucs battled back before intermission to make the halftime score 38-34.

In the second half East Carolina never cime closer than six points to the Redskins. Pomeroy started the tinal period with a left corner jump shot making it 40-34. Run Panneton gave William and Mary its biggest lead of the night on a fast break putting the Indians ahead 75-52. The Buccaneers put on a last minute surge and pulled to within eight points of tieing the game. Four final free throws gave Wil- liam and Mary the final winning margin at 84-72.

Smith blocks an attempted shot by William and Mary's Ben Pomeroy. (52)

Jimmy Cox (20) loses his balance after a hook shot.

Danny Pasquariello drives in for a lay-up.

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MILLER, MODLIN PACE BABY BUCS.

From Row: Coach Tony Radovich, B. Stokes, T. Miller, J. Modim, W. Hardee, B. Kelly, and T. Roberts manager. Back Row: K. Capps, E. Brafford, J. Cavanaugh, B. Pier, J. Powell, and T. Bennet

Led by guard Tom Miller and center Jim Modlin, the Bahy Bucs represented Eas: Carolina against such foes as The College of William and Mary Freshmen, the Univer- sity of North Carolina Freshmen, and the University of Richmond Freshmen. High- light of the season at the time of the BUC- CANEER printing was the 22 point victory margin over Chowan Junior College. In a 43 point scoring spree by Tom Miller, the Baby Bucs routed Chowan 86-64.

Under the spirited leadership of Coach Radovich, the starting five were Tom Mil- ler, Jim Modlin, Jerry Cavanaugh, Ed Bra- ford, and Bill Stokes. The Baby Bucs showed marked improvement during the year. The basic defense was a half court man-to-man press balanced with a 1-3-1 offense. Rebounding proved to be a major strength with Modlin and Stokes doing most of the work off the boards.

Captain Tom Miller, Coach Tony Radovich, Captain Jim Modlin.

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RADOVICH PILOTS FRESHMEN SQUAD.

Tom Miller drives for a bucket against the Indians.

Jim Modlin grabs a rebound apainst Louisburg Junior College.

East Carolina forward Brafford shoots from the corner.

Coach Radovich explains his strategy during a timeout.

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SWIMMING

Reigning as the Southern Conference champions for the second straight year, the East CaroHna swimming team in- cluded the University of North Carolina, North Carohna State University, Florida State University, University of Florida, and the University of South Carolina. Coached by Dr. Ray Martinez and as- sistant coach Chuck Norwood, East Carolina made a very respectable show- ing in the National Championships held in Commerceo, California.

Spearheading the squad were seniors Mike Hamilton and Layne Jorgenson and juniors Owen Paris, Mike Tomber- lin, Les Gerber, and Dick Tolvin. First year varsity men included Bill Lafferty, Jim Manchester, Bob Moynihan, Eric Orrell, and John Sutton.

Front Row: B. Lafferty, L. Gerber, D. Tobin, B. Moynihan.

Middle Row: P. Donahue, J. Manchester, E. Orrell, M. Hamilton, O. Pans, M. Tomberlin, C. Norwood.

Bad Row: G. DeVedo, D. Murphy, D. Snyder, B. Littleton, L. Jorgensgn, R. Connoway, J. Sultan,

E. Mill, Coach Dr. Ray Martinez.

Dave Phillips and Mike Hamilton prepare for the meet to begin.

Coach Ray Martinez pauses for a moment's thought.

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SWIMMING

Jim Manchester emerges from the pool after a fine finish.

Ed Mills leaves with a show of enthusiasm

Sonny Culbreth. Les Gerber, Dick Tobin. Bob Baird, and Paul Donahue wait for the state of the meet with South Carolina.

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SENIORS HAMILTON, JORGENSON SPEARHEAD TANKMEN.

East Carolina swimmer takes off in a meet with Virginia Tech.

Swimmer Own Paris waits for his event to begin

Leading swimmers John Sultan, Mike Hamilton, Eric Orrell, and Layne Jorgenson pose before the VPI meet starts.

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METZGAR PACES BUC WRESTLERS.

With one loss behind it, East Caro- lina's wrestling team had eight matches remaining on the schedule when the Buccaneer went to press. Relying heav- ily on Howard Metzgar, Coach Gantt looked forward to another winning Season such as last years 6-3 overall record. Included on the 1967 schedule were die College of William and Mary, Duke University, Old Dominion Col- lege, Davidson College, and The Citadel.

VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM; Kneeling: M. dineen, H. Campbell, B. Smith, and J. Johnson.

Standing: D. Warren, H. Metzgar, and H. Harris

Buc grappler holds the top position in the meet with Old Dominion College.

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WRESTLING 1967

Old Dominion and East Carolina battle on the mat.

Coach Gantt shows Howard Metzgar how to develop his skills.

Howard Metzgar (top) and Harry Harris improve through practice.

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Referee closely observes the action for any foul moves.

FRESHMEN SQUAD: Kneeling: B. Hampton, J. Sellers, T. Ellenburger, T. Ellenburger, D. Stowe, G. Lacklen. Standing: P. Smith, S. Sandy, R. Pearce, S. Bastien, R. Rich, S. Bernhart, S. McDowell, R. Kitchens.

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Frank Freudig and Russell Nolan review one of their numerous reports.

To prepare selected male students for an interesting, challenging career as an officer in the United States Air Force is the main goal of the Department of Aerospace Studies. The traditional four year Air Force ROTC program is being phased out; and with its departure, lengthy periods of drill and military ceremonies on the campus are dis- appearing. The new two year Air Force ROTC program now being offered stresses academic proficiency and practical lead- ership training. In addition to academics, the 140 man Cadet Corps is very active on the campus and in the local area. Major projects of the year have been Air Force ROTC Week, the Campus Blood Drive and the Annual Pitt County March of Dimes Marchathon. Nineteen senior cadets were enrolled in the Flight, Instruction Program this year. Upon completion of the campus ground school and flying instruction, the students are eligible to receive the Federal Aviation Agency Private Pilot's License. Upon graduation the flying cadets enter the Air Force flying training.

DEPARTMENT OF AEROSPACE STUDIES

FOR AN AIR FORCE

TSgt. Carlos Bryant

TSgt. John L. Hamilton

Maj. Leon V. Kluttz

Maj. Kevin T. Ryan Jr.

Maj. Carl E. Tadlock Jr.

TSgt. Grover M. Thomas

Lt. Col. Douglas F. Carty Director

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Numerous hours of classroom study are required to become an Air Force officer.

PREPARES JUNIORS AND SENIORS

CAREER.

Cadet officers take a few moments to celebrate Christmas.

Future Air Force officer demonstrates his communication ability.

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Dr. Wellington B. Gray, Dean

Mr, Wesley J. Crawley

Mr. Charles H. Duggan

Mr. Donald L. Durland

Mr. Robert S. Edmiston

Mrs. Sara Edmiston

Dr. Emily Farnham

Mrs. Marilyn Gordley

Mrs. Nanene Jacobson

Mr. Ralph E. Jacobs

Mr. Norman Keller

Mr. Paul R. Minnis

Dr. John F. Moffitt

Mr. Francis L. Neel

Mrs. Elizabeth Ross

Mr. Donald Sexauer

Dr. Francis Speight

ART STUDENTS

Being a good artist takes many hours of practice.

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Future artists are given specific puinters by their instructor

Working on an intaglio, Ethel Girvin exhibits her artistic ability.

Close cooperation and inciividual association between students and faculty were at a peak this year in the School of Art. As a result of this particular discipline, the excellence and production of the art students increased greatly; and these students considered the art school as their home.

Development and expansion of the Department were shown in many ways. Two courses in photography became part of the commercial art program, and new painting studios were installed in Old Austin. The graphic arts area grew to twice its previous size, and new sen'ice areas for ceramics and sculpture were built in the basement of the cafeteria complex. The first issue of Forum I, a student-produced school bro- chure, appeared this year. It contained selected reproduced works of the students.

PUBLISH FIRST ISSUE OF FORUM 1.

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DR JOHN M. HOWELL

Composed of seventeen departments, the School of Arts and Sciences is the only school on campus divided into departments. Providing the general liberal arts education for all liberal arts majors, this school functions as a central unit between the administration and the individual departments. The school is the largest unit in the college in terms of programs, staff, and students. The progressive School of Arts and Sciences is constantly striv- ing to better its academic standards.

DEAN OF SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

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Miss Boyce lectures to her class in Library Science.

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES CONTAINS SEVENTEEN DEPARTMENTS.

Language students make good use of the laboratory to perfect their skills.

Biology professors add to their knowledge through research.

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DRAMA AND SPEECH DEPARTMENT OFFERS NEW PROGRAM IN THEATER MANAGEMENT.

Inmate of the French insane asylum, Charenton, pauses by a bucket of blood in Murat-Sade.

Mr. Albert Pertalion

Mr. G. Douglas Ray

Mr. Edgar Loessin, Director

Mrs. Rosalind Roulston

Mr. John A. Sneden

Dr. Helen V. Steer

Mrs. Mary A. Stephenson

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Introducing this year new programs in theatre man- agement, stage management, and ornamentation and decor aided in expanding the Drama and Speech Department into a more diversified field of study. Through the ad- dition of a workshop theatre and the regular five annual major productions students were able to pursue a more thorough and comprehensive study of drama. The depart- ment offered full complement of courses in public address and sponsored the East Carolina Debate team. During the summer, the department remained active by offering a lim- ited amount of related class work and acting as the pro- ducer lit a protessional summer theatre, embracing the four basic arts affiliated with theatre and speech-drama: dance, radio and television broadcasting, and public speaking. The department offered students professional discipline within the liberal arts concept.

Fear grips Shannon, the defrocked priest of "The Night of the Iguana."

Actual detnonstration plays an important part of every speech class.

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Under the aegis of a new director, Dr. Charles Wiley, the English department this year established a special Library committee with the primary purpose of evaluating the holdings of Joyner Library in various fields of English. The committee concentrated on building up the collections and maintaining them at a current level. The department sponsored the North Carolina Poetry Forum and the Reilly Institute for high school teachers. New graduate and undergraduate courses were added in 1967 to broaden the English discipline at East Carolina College. Administrative Divisions of the Department were the supervisor of the graduate studies, the chairman of Freshman English, the super%'isor of student teaching, and special com- mittees appointed by the departmental chairman. Records of English majors were filed this year in a new, streamlined, ef- ficient system.

Striking a leisurely pose while teaching. Dr. Frank Adams lectures to his American literature students.

WILEY BECOMES DIRECTOR OF ENGLISH DEPARTMENT.

Dr. Francis R. Adams

Mrs. Louise B. Adams

Dr. Warren B. Bezanson

Dr. Charles G. Wiley Director

Dr. Richard J. Browne

Mrs. Marie Browning

Dr. Richard Capwell

Dr. Hermine Caraway

Mr. William G. Cherry

Mrs. Faye Clay

Mrs. Nell C. Everett

Dr. W. H. Grate

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Dr. Rachel Kilpatrick zips to her spring quarter eight o'clock class.

Miss Mary H. Greene

Miss Janice Hardison

Mrs. Antoinette Jenkins

Mrs. Jo Ann F. Jones

Miss Marian D. Jones

Mr. Frank W. Motley

Miss Margaret A Pinton

Dr. Meredith N. Posey

Dr. Norman Rosenfeld

Mr. Edwin P. Shaw

Dr. Frederick Sorensen

Mrs. Mary Sorensen

Mrs. Edith Webber

Mrs. Harriette C. Woodside

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Perhaps the fastest growing group on campus was the Foreign Language Depart- ment. In addition to the four new faculty' members, exchange students were engaged from France, Spain, and Latin America for the purpose of broadening the horizons of students by bringing them in contact with the ideas and the cultures of other countries. Language workshops for in-service French teachers were conducted periodically. Next year for the first time, two years of a foreign language will be a requirement for admission to the college.

M. Marion adds persunal interest tn his class with anecdotes of his experiences in France.

Foreign language students use the language laboratory at least an hour a week.

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FOREIGN LANGUAGES TO BE REQUIRED FOR ADMISSION.

Mr. James L. Fleming, Director

Dr. Jose Barco

Mrs. Esler Muro Fernandez

Dr. Joseph A. Fernandez

Miss Manolita Fernandez

Mrs. Helga E. Hill

Mrs. Maria H. Koonce

Mr. Andre Marion

Miss Molly M. Morgan

Dr. Robert Morrison

Dr. Alfred Murad

Mrs. Marguerite A. Perry

Dr. Norma Lee Richardson

Mr. George E. Rickman

Dr. Albert Scholz

Mr. Randall Sipes

Miss Raquel Tann

Dr. Henry Wanderman

Mrs. Relly Wanderman

Mrs, Helen G. Zarovich

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Dr. Robert E. Cramer, Director

Dr. Charles Q. Brown

Dr. Ennis Chestang

Mr. Clyde J. Dunigan

Mr. Mack H. Gillenwater

Mr. Ronald A. Larson

Dr. Jean E. Lowry

Dr. George C. Martin

Mrs. Janet Petterson

Dr. H. Daniel Stillwell

GEOGRAPHY AND GEOLOGY DEPARTMENT

Recent acquisition of an equipment grant in Aerial Photo Interpretation was one of the many signs of growth in the combined department of Geography and Geology. Ge- ology met the general education science re- quirements, and students were able to ob- tain a minor in this area.

As part of the North Carolina Geographic Society, this department participated in the quarterly publishing of the North Carolina Geographer. Throughout the year, seminars for geography teachers as well as bi-weekly seminars for geography majors were conduct- ed. During the past summer, a successful tour through Mexico gave students an opportunity for first-hand geographic study.

Invaluable maps aid many classes.

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James Dunigan selects a film for his Geography 15 lecture.

Carthographic students use an adding machine to obtain scales for their maps.

EXEMPLIFIES RAPID GROWTH.

Rock collecting never was so complex or confusing.

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Mr. James B. Berryhill

Mrs. Gay H. Blocker

Mr. Robert L. Boone

Mr. Harold C. Bullard

Dr. Nephi M. Jorgensen, Director

Miss Frances Douglas

Mr. Robert B. Gantt

Dr. Edgar W. Hooks, Jr.

Mr. Larry L. Kendrick

Dr. Raymond Martinez

Miss Mavis Mitchell

Dr. Tom L. Paul

Mr. Howard Porter

Mr. Anthony J. Radovich

STUDENTS ANTICIPATE NEW

All freshmen are required to take a basic course in Health.

Advanced swimmers take some pointers from their

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Continuing an expanded program of study which began in 1964. the Health and Physical Education Department offered a comprehensive major in physical education. This new program helped prepare majors to become better coaches and teachers. The Department sponsored clinics and workshops in various sports, and it pre- sented on the Greenville Television station a program to acquaint the public with the func- tions of the Department.

Beginning in the fall of 1967, the men will be taught in the new Men's Gymnasium, and the women will remain in the present gymna- sium. The Department offers the individual a complete involvement physically, mentally, and socially.

GYMNASIUM.

Mrs. Blocker ohserves couple practicing the Jitterbug.

Mr. Ernest William Schwartz

Mr. N. Earl Smith

Miss Nell Stallings

Mr. Clarence Stasavich

Dr. Ralph H. Steele

Mr. Henry C. Vansant

Mr. Odell Wleborn

Dr. Joseph E. Welch

Mr. George Everett Williams

swimming instructor.

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In conjunction with Phi Alpha Theta, an international hon- orary history society, the Department of History established the Lambda Eta chapter at East Carolina College to promote for superior students interest and academic achievement in history. The Department of History sponsored the East Caro- lina Manuscript Collection in an effort to understand America's past through the preser\-ation of family and personal rec- ords and through the collection of historic manuscripts. As a result of the increase in staff members, expanded work on the history of the Far East was undertaken. The Department of History made research its key interest in the belief that scholarly research leads to an active, alert, and interested teaching staff.

Dr. Philip Adler

Mr. John C. Atkeson

Mr. Joseph S. Bachman

Dr. Herbert R. Paschal, Director

Mr. Wyatt L. Brown

Mr. Walter T. Calhoun

Dr. H. A. Coleman

Dr. Howard Clay

Dr. Betty C. Congleton

Dr. John C. Ellen

Dr. Alvin A. Fahrner

Dr. Henry C. Ferrell

Mr. Bertram H. Groene

Mr, Thomas C. Herndon

Dr. Paul Murray

Dr. George Pasti

Dr. Charles Price

Dr. Fred Ragan

Dr. Claude C. Sturgill

Dr. Richard C. Todd

Mr. James H. Wease

Miss George-Ann Willard

Dr. Wilkins B. Winn

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Students of American History take necessary lecture notes.

HISTORY DEPARTMENT MAKES RESEARCH A MAIN GOAL.

Dr, Paschall enlightens students on local historical events.

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Mr Gene D. Lanier, Director

Miss Emily S. Boyce

Mrs. Barbara Garrison

DEPARTMENT OF LIBRARY

Student Doyle Perdue explores stacks for research materials in American history.

Student capitalizes on the solitude of the reading room.

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Co-operating with all Departments, the service division of the Library this year became separate from the depart- ment of library science. The Library boasts twenty-two professional librarians and eleven clerical assistants.

Twenty-seven graduate hours are now offered in the library science major, and all of the courses have been revised to include both book and non-book materials. These courses are supplemented by a new collection of filmstrips, recordings, and transparencies. Last summer the department offered an NDEA Institute and Ad- vanced Study for School Librarians. Another institute of the same nature was recently founded in connection with the United States Office of Education. In addition to the majors, many students take courses to meet cer- tification for school librarians.

Cataloging method provides students easy access to re-search materials.

SCIENCE SEPARATES FROM SERVICE DIVISION OF LIBRARY.

Mr. Wendell W. Smiley Head Librarian

Mrs. Betsy B. Allen

Mrs. Sara Batten

Mrs. Jo Ann Bell

Mrs. Anne Shelton Briley

Mrs. Anne Cargile

Mrs. Marguerite Crenshaw

Mr. H. Fitzhugh Dade

Mrs. Shirley T. Jones

Mr. Peter Ku

Mrs. Sally Mann

Miss Leah L. McGlohon

Mrs Phoebe Owens

Dr. E. Louise Payne

Dr. Mildred Southwick

Miss Elizabeth Walker

Mrs. Lily Carr Weaver

Miss Marguerite Wiggins

Miss Vernie Bert Wilder

Mr. Lee G. Williams

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GRANTS SUPPORT IN-SERVICE INSTITUTES

Dr. Donald F. Bailey

Mrs. Bardee Bond

Mr. Oscar W. Brannan

Mr. Andre R. Brousseau

Mr. Roger L. Creech

Mr. John Daniels

Mrs. Stella Daugherty

Dr. Kenneth J. Davis

Mrs. Mildred H. Derrick

Mrs. Frances F. Dudley

Mrs. Nancy C. Dunigan

Mrs. Ellen C. Fleming

Dr. Tullio J. Pignani, Director

Mrs. Tennala A. Gross

Mr. Paul W. Haggard

Dr. Katherine W. Hodgin

Mathematics students attempt to solve an algebra problem.

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FOR SECONDARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS TEACHERS.

Fifty high school mathematics teachers benefited from a grant received by the Mathematics Depart- ment from the National Science Foundation. Mem- bers of the facult)' shared their talents and time out- side the classrcionis by participating in seminars. deh\ering talks to Parent Teachers' Association groups, and taking part in the Visiting Lecturer Pro- gr.un sponsored by the Mathematical Association of America.

Enlarged course offerings enabled students to take every quarter, instead of every other quarter or once a year, almost all of the required courses for the B.S. and A.B. degrees.

After working diligently, this student arrives at a solution.

Mrs. Nannie L. Manning

Mrs. Virginia G. McGrath

Mrs. Evelyn B. Moye

Dr. Sallie E. Pence

Mrs. Brownie H. Stancil

Mr. Frank W. Saunders

Dr. Katye O. Sowell

Mr. Frank C. Townsend

Miss Louise Williams

Mr. Robert Woodside

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Proud of the academic record of its department at East Carolma, the Philosophy Department strives to develop within its students a profound sense of the problems of individuality, society, and civilization. This year, in an effort to broaden this development, the department incorporated into its regular program a Staff Colloquism Meeting. Twice a quarter, faculty personnel expounded on ".elected philosophical topics in an effort to share their views with faculty members, philosophy majors, and other interested individuals.

Dr. John Kozy, Jr. Director

Dr. C. J. Bradner

Mr. Houston Craighead, Jr.

Mr. D. D. Gross

Miss Margaret Jones

Mr. Ernest C. Marshall

PHILOSOPHY DEPARTMENT CONDUCTS SEMI-QUARTERLY SEMINARS.

Dr. Bradner and Rev. Bronson Matney enter into a lively discussion at the Men's Residence Council Meeting.

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Dr. John East lectures on two notable reapportionment cases.

In order to implement its new program leading to the Master of Arts Degree in Political Science, additional courses were incorporated at the senior level, the senior- graduate level, and the graduate level of instruction. In its effort to reacquaint North Carolina social studies teachers with governmental problems, the Department of Political Science sponsored the Institute on Constitutional Democracy and Totalitarianism and a program on Asian Studies. Members of the department lectured in various high sch<X)ls throughout the state. The department aimed to develop a reputation as a department in which stand- ards of instruction and research were high yet reasonable, in which teaching methods were varied but democratic, and in which students and teachers found a challenge to de\'elop their full potential as intelligent citizens.

Jim Kimsey consults advisors to the Model United Nations.

POLITICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT ADDS TWENTY NEW COURSES.

Dr. William F. Troutman, Jr. Director

Mr. herbert R. Carlton

Dr. Faye Carroll

Dr. James C. Dixon

Dr. John M. Howell

Dr. Jung-Gun Kim

Mr. Brian F. Rader

Dr. Darrell C. Wilson

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Dr. Clinton R. Prewett, Director

Mr. Graham J. Burkheimer, Jr.

Mr. Calvert Dixon

Dr. William Grossnickle

Dr. Ramon M. Hedges

Dr. Thomas Long

Dr. Julia Marshall

Dr. C. T. Martoccia

Miss Nannette McLain

Dr. Charles C. Mitchell

Mr. Franklin J. Sadlack

Mrs. Hazel F. Stapleton

Dr. Harry A. Williams

Dr. Donald W. Zimmerman

PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT ADDS NEW TEACHING AIDS.

In the Psychology Department an excellent group of resident students indicated a wholesome and thorough identification with the professional stance of psychology. The department greatly expanded its student body in both the under-graduate and grad- uate programs. Internships were in effect at various mental health institutions in the state, and the experi- mental facilities and the shop were used extensively by the graduate and undergraduate students.

Several new teaching aids were added to the department in conjunction with a National Science Foundation equipment grant given for the school year 1966-67. Installation of Psi Chi, the national honorary fraternity in psychology, was planned.

Psycholoey majors are required to perform experiments with white rats.

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NATIONAL SOCIOLOGICAL HONORARY SOCIETY ESTABLISHES CHAPTER AT EAST CAROLINA.

Mr. John Benjamin Barton

Dr. George A. Douglas

Mrs. Gladys D. Howell

Dr. Ralph R. Napp

Dr. Paul A. Toll

Dr. Blanche G. Watrous

In the- spring of 1966 the Dejwrtmcnt of Sociology was successful in affiliating with Alpha Kappa Delta, the National Sociologi- cal Society. A new course. Social Welt are as a Social Institution, was added to the cur- riculum; and the Department hoped to draft a proposal for a Mister's Degree in Sociology. Each faculty member was en- couraged to give comprehensive examina- tions and to require term or research proj- ects.

Dr Melvin J. Williams Director

Dr. Williams finds an eager response to his questions.

Dr. Watrous glows with pridde at a new addition to the department.

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SCHOOL OF BUSINESS OFFERS

E. R. Browning, Dean

Dr. James Bearden

Miss Dorothy Brandon

Mr. Norman H. Cameron

Dr. Albert R. Conley

Miss Frances Daniels

Mrs. Ouida Debter

Dr. Audrey V. Dempsey

Mrs. Thadys Dewar

Dr. William H. Durham

Miss Ruby Edens

Dr. Alton Finch

Mr. John Fletcher, II

Dr. Marjorie P. Guy

Mr. Joseph H. Hanchrow

Dr. Alice M. Harrison

Mrs. Carol Hart

Mr. William Hart

Dr. Paul T. Hendershot, Assistant Dean

Dr. Joseph A. Hill

Mr. Samuel T. Hill

Mr. Kenenth C. James

Dr. Raymond L. Jones

Mrs. Ruth Bell Jones

Dr. Tora Larsen

Mr. Gorman Ledbetter

Mrs. Linda W. Little

Miss Velma Lowe

Mrs. Lucille K. Lundy

Mr. Jesse McDaniels

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MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DEGREE.

Dr. Harnld McGrath

Mrs. Mildred McGrath

Dr. Keith Mills

Miss Gwendolyn Potter

Dr. Donald C. Rocke

Dr. Joseph W. Romita

Miss Margery S. Sparks

Dr. Jack N. Thornhill

Mr. Jack W. Thornton

Mr. William H. Watson

Enlarged seminar programs for business executives and expansion of courses in data processing and computer operations emphasized the constant progression of the School of Business. For the first time the School of Business offered a new Master of Business Administration Degree. To develop the total education of business ma- jors, the School of Business sponsored the Executive Development Seminar and the North Carolina Savings and Loan League Program. In this manner, new horizons and facets of the business world were presented to those students oriented in business. As a professional School of Business, it was easily distinguished from the other departments and schools on campus by its specialized subject matter and staff training.

Mr. Robert H. West

Dr. Chung-Jeh Yeh

Dr. Louis H. Zincone

Business students listen attentively as the instructor reviews past law cases.

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Dr. Frank Arwood

Dr. James W. Batten

Dr. Ralph Brimley

Mr. James W. Carruth

Dr. Edward J. Carter

Dr. Thomas Chambliss

Dr. Amos Clark

Dr Joseph W. Congleton

Mrs. Billie L. Daniel

NEW COURSES IN EDUCATION

Installation of audiometric and audio- visual centers increased the facilities of the School of Education, New courses were added to fulfill certification requirements in the areas of Special Education, (mental retardation), speech and hearing, and audio- visual education. The school sponsored on campus seminars for secondary and elemen- tary school officials.

Each faculty member within the School of Education strived to help the student to grow in knowledge and understanding of himself and others and to become a fit per- son in all aspects of life, especially in the training of young children.

Using a tacking iron to position pictures for the drymount process proves a tedios job.

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Mrs. Elsie Eagan

Dr. Frank Fuller

Mrs. Nancy Keck Ginnings

Dr. Keith Holmes

Dr Margaret H Ingram

Dr. William B Martin

Dr. Ruth Modlin

Dr. Clifford Nixon

Dr. Ruth Nixon

Dr. Gilbert Gray Ragland

Dr. Mary Lois Staton

Dean Douglas R. Jones, Director

MEET CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR TEACHERS.

Under the strict eye nf their professors, these Education majors try their hand at the dry-mount process.

Explanation is necessary for these coeds to learn how to work a film-strip projector.

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To expand its offerings, the Home Economics Department looked forward to the construction on a new building and made plans to affiliate with Phi Upsilon Omicron, the National Fra- ternity in Home Economics. The department offered a combination of liberal and profes- sional education with studies specializing in Home Economics. Synthesizing knowledge derived not only from its own research but also from the humanities and the arts and sciences, the profes- sion of Home Economics applied this knowl- edge to problems of individuals, families, and the community at large. Home Economics func- tioned as an interdisciplinary and interrelated field in its contribution to the education of all students.

Proper arrangement of furniture improves interior design.

HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT AWAITS COMPLETION OF NEW BUILDING.

Home Economics students learn important facts about weighing food.

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Students find helpful information about design in clothing textbooks

Dr. Miriam B. Moore, Director

Miss Patricia Benson

Dr. Josephine A. Foster

Miss M. Frances Hatcher

Miss Geneva A. Helms

Dr. Patricia Hurley

Miss Ruth Lambie

Mrs. Willene England O'Neal

Mrs. Ese Sever Ozgener

Dr. Vila H. Rosenfeld

Miss Alice Strawn

Miss E. Merle Wade

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With a major in Industry, East Carolina College stu- dents can now earn a B.S. in Industrial and Technical Education. Seven new courses supporting this degree were added to give the students actual experience in some phase or phases of industry.

This year the Industrial Arts Department hosted the Administrators' Conference at which public school super- intendents, principals, guidance counselors, and other school officials discuss problems pertinent to the in- struction of Industrial Arts.

Instruction involving co-ordination of hand and mind and an understanding of industry constituted the goals of the department. Its aim was the preparation of the student for intelligent participation in an industrial en- vironment.

In the foundry, Dr. Bing assists a stduent with metal work.

Mr. Wilbert R. Ball

Dr. Kennth L. Bing, Director

Mr. F. L. Broadhurst

Dr. Thomas Haigwood

Dr. William R. Hoots

Mr. John T. Kelly

Mr. Clarence M. Kelsey

Mr. Robert W. Leith

Mr. Blondy E. Scott

Mr. Paul E. Waldrop

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Much emphasis is given to the use of electricity as industrial power in this basic electricity class.

DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION SPONSORS ADMIN ISTLL4TORS CONFERENCE.

This student winds the coil on a crystal radio.

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Practicing for a musical presentation takes many hours of hard work.

Learning to master the art of playing the piano demands practice.

Future musician tries his hand at composing.

Expansion and improvement were first on the agenda for the School of Music. The move into their beautiful new building highlighted this year. Through a two-year grant from the Health, Education, and Welfare Depart- ment for prospective teachers and for the expansion of staff and facilities, the School of Music enlarged its opportunities. The primary social and cultural event was their annual contemporary Music Festival.

The School of Music offered a variety of services to students and faculty through radio, television, and numer- ous concerts.

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SCHOOL OF MUSIC MOVES INTO NEW BUILDING.

Mr. Paul A. Aliapoulios

Dr. Charles Bath

Dr. Thomas H. Carpenter

Mr. Herbert Carter

Dr. Robert Carter

Miss Beatrice Chauncey

Miss Elizabeth Drake

Mr. Clyde S. Hiss

Mr. Rubert Irwin

Mr. Harold Jones

Mr. George Knight

Dr. Gregory Kosteck

Mrs. Bobbie P. Matthews

Dr. Thomas W. Miller

Dr. Charles W. Moore

Dr. Catherine A. Murphy

Dr. Ellis E Narmour

Mr. James Parnell

Miss Sharon Pope

Mr. James A. Searl

Mr. David Serrins

Mr. Barry M. Shank

Mr. Charles Stevens

Mrs. Eleanor Toll

Mr. Paul Q. Topper

Mr. Donald Tracy

Mr. Brett T. Watson

Mrs. Gladys R. White

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Miss Barbara Adams

Miss Lee M. Bennett

Mrs. Audrey Biggers

Mrs. Ruth Broashurst

Miss Dayne Carlton Howell

Miss Joyce Barbara Johnson

Mrs. Inez Martinez

Miss Edith G. Myers

Miss Rhoda M. Nielsen

Miss Barbara Lintz Oyler

Mrs. Eva W. Warren,

Dean Mrs. Joanne L. Suggs

Mrs. Bonnie Waldrop

SCHOOL OF NURSING

Happy gathering attends the ground breaking ceremonies for the Nursing Building.

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Peggy Allen places the wall suction apparatus in the recovery room.

EXPANDS FACILITIES.

With the completion of the new School of Nursing this year, the department of Nursing and Medical technology greatly expanded its training facilities. Under a relatively new program of study, the school provided an opportunity for qualified enrollees to become professional nurses with a broad spectrum of experience in five fields: medical surgery, psychiatrics, obstetrics, pediatrics, and public health.

After four years of extensive training, the stu- dent nurses applied their knowledge in college- affiliated hospitals. These institutions included Pitt County Hospital in Cirecnville, Beaufort Hos- pital In Washington, Bulner Hospital in Butncr, and Oteen in Ashevillc,

This Bennett respirator makes breathing muth easier.

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Dr. Graham J. Davis, Director

Mr. Francis P. Belcik

Dr. Joseph G. Boyette

Mr. Jack E. Brinn, Jr.

Dr. Patricia Daugherty

Dr. Donald Jeffreys

Dr. Clifford Knight

Dr. Talmage Lundy

Dr. S. Laurie

Miss Nancy Stiles Nickerson

Dr. Edward P. Ryan

Dr. Prem Parkash Sehgal

Dr. Everett C. Simpson

Dr. William James Smith

Dr. Edgar F. Stillwell

Dr. Christine Wilton

Four separate departments of Biology, Chemistr)', Physics, and Science Education have replaced the old Division of Natural Science. The Biology and Physics Departments gave the Chemistry and Science Education De- partments an opportunity to expand.

The Chemistry Department currently worked toward obtaining an American Chemical Society accreditation for its B.S. professional degree, and the Biology Department added a B.S. Degree to its curriculum. Much new equipment was purchased this year. The general physics laboratory has new laboratoi^' equipment. A boat and motor and a departmental station wagon for biology field trips were purchased through National Science Foundation Funds. A forty acre reser\'e was released to the Biology Department for teaching and research.

A student majoring in a science must pursue one of the most rigorous academic programs and at the same time develop the laboratory techniques necessary to prepare him for his future career.

Science Departments serve community as host to the Science Fair.

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DIVISION OF NATURAL SCIENCE BRANCHES INTO DEPARTMENTS.

Dr. Robert C. Lamb, Director

Dr. Donald Clemens

Mr. J. O. Derrick

Dr. Frank W. Eller

Dr. Grover W. Everett

Dr. Arthur R. Macon

Dr. Robert A. Klein

Dr. Jang Kuo

Dr. Joseph N. LeConte

Dr. Ivie Lee Smith

Dr. Carol Dean

Dr. Donald E. Bailey

Dr. Floyd E. Mattheis, Director

Dr. Carol Dean Hampton

Dr. Carolyn Hutchins Hampton

Mr. James D. Nicholson

Dr. Moses M. Sheppard

Dr. Carl G. Adier

Dr. J. William Byrd Director

Dr. Byron Coulter

Dr. R. M. Helms

Mr. Floyd Read

Dr. Thomas C. Sayetta

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ARMED SERVICE PERSONNEL BENEFIT FROM EXTENSION DIVISION.

Miss Mary K. Duggan, English

Mr. Samuel P. Hudson, Psychology

Mr. Council T. Jarman, Economics

Mr. Herman Phelps, Assistant Director

Completely different from any other department, the Extension Divi- sion of East Carolina College took the campus to the students. Regis- trations In a year's time were greater in number than those of the present campus student body. Credit course offering represented nine- teen of the college's twenty-four departments with expansion of non- credit offerings in business, art, and mathematics. Civilian personnel were not the only persons who benefited from the Extension Division. Members of the Amied Forces stationed at Camp Lejeune, Cherry Point, and Seymour-Johnson Air Force Base were offered two-year programs to further their education. As well as carrying academics to those students who could not attend classes on the campus, the division was awarded a grant to establish an Employment and Job Training Information Center.

Men and Women benefit from night classes provided by the Extension Division.

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Classes

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ANCARROW, EDWARD G. Jr. Richmond, Va. Physical Education

ASKEW, WILLIAM E. Marysville Biology

BAILEY, MICHAEL C. Washington Clinical Psychology

BARNETTE, JERRY L. Burlington Mathematics

BELL, JOHN S. JR. Newport Business

BOSEMAN, FLOYD G. Greenville Business Administration

BRODSKY, BARRY H. Charlotte English

BURDEN, HUBERT W. Hertford Biology

CHOI HYUN, JONG Charlotte

COUSINS, JANICE M. Titusville, Fla. Physical Education

COWLEY, MARY B. Greenville History

CURTIN, JOHN L. Portsmouth, Va. Industrial Arts

DEWAR, JAMES B. JR. Fuquay-Varina Biology

ELLIS, WILLIAM A. Mocksville History

FARABOW, JEANNE E. Fuquay-Varina Health and Physical Education

FELL, RICHARD E. Elyis, Ohio Psychology

GRADUATES

FREEMAN, NANCY F. Windsor Biology

GARRETT, MICHAEL R. Plymouth Biology

GASTER, ARCHIE D. Elon College Art

GODFREY, MILTON E. Greenville Business

GOSS, WILLIS S. Fuquay Business Administration

GRIMSLEY, JIMMIE R. Wilson Education

GUY, DAN M. Fayetteville Business Administration

HALL, GEORGE L. JR. Leaksville Education

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HENNESSEY, JOHN F. Lake Charles, La. Geography

HUNTLEY, LARRY D. Springfield, Pa. Music Education

JACOBS, FRED A. Bolton Business Administration

JENKINS, CHARLES R. Rockingham Education

JOYNER, JUDITH A. Rocky Mount Business Education

KAYLOR, AILLENE S. Arlington, Va.

KAYLOR, ROBERT W. Wilmington Political Science

KILLIAN, PAUL W. JR. Jacksonville, Fla.

LANDRY, FERNAND A. Jr. Charlestown, W. Va.

LAUB, CHARLIE G. Midway Park Psychology

LETCHWORTH, JOHN W. Rocky Mount Business

LINEBERRY, PAUL F. JR. Wilmington Music Education

DR. JOHN HOWELL ASSUMES POST OF ACADEMIC DEAN.

MALLORY, JAMES D. JR. Plymouth Business

MANN, JAMES L. Sanford Mathematics

MATSON, JOHN D. Hollywood, Fla. Psychology

MELTZER, MARK Rockaway, N.Y. History

MERRITT, JAMES F. Wake Forest Biology

MEWBORN, EVANGELINE C. LaGrange Physical Education

MULL, GARY R. Morganton Business

NEVILLE, DOROTHY A. Chapel Hill History

NORWOOD, CHARLES L. Greenville Physical Education

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PADGETT. DIANA G. Asheville Art

PHARR, CARRIE D. Myrtle Beach, S. C. Guidance

PHARR, CLARENCE C. Charleston, W. Va. Mathematics

REEL, JOHN C., JR. Greenville Business Administration

RESSEGUIE, GEORGE Sanford Business

ROWE, CLAIBORNE C., JR. Ahoskie Business Administration

SANSOM, SHERIAN Greenville Education

SIMEON, JAMES R. High Point Phsyical Education

GRADUATES

SITTON, HOWARD T. , JR. Hendersonville Psychology

SMITH, EMMETT G. Liberty Business

STANDAHL, JERRY J. Reidsville Mathematics

STEINBERG, JAY R. Elimont, N.Y. Clincal Psychology

STOCKDALE, DENNIS L. Greenville Biology

STURZ, CARLE J. Lemon Grove, Calif. Psychology

THOMPSON, DONALD H. Laurinburg Guidance

TRIPP, LUCY G. Leaksville Psychology

TROGDON, ERNEST W. Asheboro History

VAUGHN, JAMES A. Stokesdale Business

WALL, JERRY L. Chilocco, Okla. Business Administration

WELLS, KELLY A. Snow Hill Psychology

WESCOTT, COLON W. Manteo Business Administration

WEST, RUTH C. Greenville

WHISENHUNT, MARGARET Greenville Psychology

WRIGHT, CAROLYN A. Portsmouth, Va.

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Class of 1967

Ben Webb. President; Earle Ruffin, Secretary; Jane Stephenson, Treasurer; Bill Dickens, Vice-President.

Culminating a four-year struggle for the majority, seniors hailed the new era for East Carolina College. For a few, however, graduation symholizcd the end of a care- free holiday. To each one, graduation was the beginning of a new way of life. Seniors recalled their underclassman days of college gaiety, campus dates, and comradeship. The past led them to realize that their years as undergraduates were ending, they had seen Hast Carolina College expand during their years of study here. Now they realized that they also, as the 1967 graduates, must move forward.

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AAN, BARBARA J. Raleigh

Education, B.S.: Student National Education Association

ABBEY, SIMEON A. Charlotte

Geography. A.B.: Kappa Alpha, Young Republican club, Homecoming Committee, Orientation Counselor.

ADAMS, GLORIA W. Belmont

Art and Design, B.S.; Society of Interior Design, WHite Ball Queen 1964, Miss Greenville 1965.

ADAMS. THOMAS N. Greenville

Art. A.B.: Kappa Alpha, Inter-Fraternity Council, Secretary of Kappa Alpha, Freshman Orientation Chariman.

AIKEN. JULIA M, Education. B.S,: Gamma Bel National Education Associatio

AHLUM, ROBERT C. Wilmington, Del.

Business, B.S.; Delta Sigma Pi.

AIKEN, JULIA M. Fuguay-Varina

Education, B.S.; Gamma Beta Phi, Association for Childhood Edcuation, Student Naitonal Education Association.

ALCOCK. LIONEL F. Hoburken

Geography, A.B.

ALLEN, JONATHAN C. Apex

Business. B.S,. B.A,: Society for the Advancement of Management.

ALLEN, NANCIE W. Williamston

English and Library Science, B.S.; Creative Writer's Club

ALLSBROOK, MICHAEL L. Rocky Mount

Geography, A.B.: Air Force ROTC.

ALPHIN, WANDA K. Kinston

Home Economics, B.S.; Home Economics Club, International Relation's Chariman.

ALSTON, EMMA C. Windsor

Nursing, B.S.

ANDERSON. RALPH E. Alexandria, Va.

History. B.S.

ANDERSON, WILLIAM B. Onley, Va.

History, B.S.

ANDOLSON, D. KURT Alexandria, Va.

Psychology, A.B.: Men's Residence Council

ANDREWS, ARTHUR Greenville

Industrial Arts. B.S.: Industrial Arts Club

ANGELL, MYRON Mocksville

APPLE, JAMES K. Greensboro

History, B.S.

AREFORD, ANN L. Pittsburg, Pa.

Education, B.S.: Assocationa for Childhood Education, Student National Education Association.

ARLEDGE, MICHAEL P. Cary

Political Science, A.B.

ARROWOOD, HAROLD A. Lexington

Geography. A.B.: Pi Kappa Alpha

ASHLEY, GAYLA L. Fairmont

Library Science. B.S.: Student Counselor, Library Club, Slay Religious Committee/

ATKINSON, JANE Yorktown, Va.

Education, B.S.: Marching Pirates, Symphonic Band, Orchestra, Student National Education Association.

ATWELL, MARIAN L. Chester, Md.

Education, B.S.

AVERSA. ALFONSO R. New Bern

History. B.S,: Lacrosse Team.

AVERY, JOHN A. Durham

English. B.S.: Sigma Tau Delta: East Carolinian. News Editor; Education Association.

AVERY, NANCY P. Morganton

Education. B.S.: Alpha Xi Delta. Student National Education Association

AYCOCK, DONALD A. Wilson

Biology, B.S.

BAGWELL, TIMOTHY Charlotte

Art, A,B,: Legislature; Representative: C.U. President; President of National Association of College Unions; East Carolinian, Greek Editor; Buccaneer, Greek Editor; Theta Chi; President of Inter-Fraternity council; WHO'S WHO COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

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BAIN, ERICK BELL Rocky Mount

Business. B S

BAKER, BETTY LOU Washington

Education, B.S., Phi Beta Lambda; Student Naitonal Education Association; Association of Childhood Development, College Union, President, Secretary; Student Counselor

BARBEE, CAROLYN L. Morrisville

business Administration, B.S.A., Society for the Advancement of Management.

BARBER, JOSEPH C. JR. Portsmouth, Va.

Political Science, A.B.; Alpha Phi Omega, President: WECC Radio, General manager business Manager; Broadcasting Guild, Treasurer; Faculty Evaluation Committee, Chariman; Dean's Advisory Council; Circle K Club; WEBB Television, Producer-Director.

BARDEN, JAMES F. III Garysburg

Chemistry, B.S.

BARFIELD. ALTON LEROY Albemarle

Business Administration, B.S.

BARGER, BRENDA CAROL Lewiston

Business. B.S.; Pi Omega Pi, Secretary; Phi Beta Lambda, President, Secretary; Baptist Student Union; Dean's Ad- visory Council.

SENIORS

BARGER, DONALD S. Burlington

Business. B.S.

BARKER, WAYNE MORGAN Semora

Business Administration. A.B.; Louisburg College, Society for the Advancement of Management.

BARNES, JAMES DAVID Severn

Health and Physical Education, B.S.; Pi Kappa Alpha, Phsyical Education Club.

BARNES, JEAN D. Wade

Library Science, B.S.; Library Club, Vice-President; Westminister Fellowship; Student National Education Association.

BARROW, BARBARA S. Snow Hill

Education, Library Science, B.S.; Library Club

BARTLETT, MARTHA B. Bowden

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

BARTLEY, WILLIAM S. Hubert

Business Administration, B.S.A.; Kappa Alpha, Circle K Club, Orientation Counselor, SGA Representative. Men's Judiciary.

BARTS, DARRELL J. Yanceyville

Education, B.S.; Association for Childhood Education, Student Naitonal Educational Association.

BASNIGHT, SHEILA S. Manteo

WECC Television. WECC Radio, Playhouse, National Collegiate Players.

BAUERBAND, JOSEPH L. Durham

Business. B.S.A.; Alpha Kappa Psi, Society for the Advancement of Management.

BAXLEY, HOWARD K. Wayram

Accounting, A.B.

BEAL, JULIA CAROL Goldsboro

Art, B.F.A.

BEAL, LARRY ALLEN Wilmington

Business, B.S.A.; Future Business Leaders Association, Weightlifting Club, Judo Club,

BEAMAN, PATRICIA C. Stantonsburg

History. B.S.; Student National Education Association, Young Democrats Club. Angel Flight.

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BEAMAN, SUSAN M. Snow Hill

Education, B.S.

BEARDEN, JOHNNY C. Salisbury

Industrial Arts, B.S.; Industrial Arts Club.

BEATO, JOSEPH A. Trenton, N.J.

History. B.S.

BEAVER, DOROTHY A. Flemington, N.J.

Business, B.S.: Alpha Phi.

BECHT, SUSAN E. Concord

Biology, B.S.: S.G.A. Representative, Chi Beta Phi, Sigma Tau Sigma

BELL, GLENDA S. Mount Olive

Education. B.S.: Student Counselor, Association for Childhood Education, Student National Education Association.

BELL, PATRICIA A. Elizabethtown

Education. B.S.: Student National Education Association.

BELL, SYLVIA J. Wilmington

Education, B.S.

BEMIS, WILLIAM Y. Robersonville

Business. B S.: Math Club, Philosophy Club, Society fot Advancement of Management, Student National Education Association.

BENFIELD, WILLIAM J. Rocky Mount

Business. B.S.: Alpha Kappa Psi, King Youth Fellowship, Karate Club.

BENNETT, BARBARA S. New Bern

Medical Technology. B.S.

BENNETT, RONALD P. Ellerbe

Business. B.S.A.

BERINI, DANTE C. Durham

Business, A.B.

BERLIN, DAVID S. Wilmington, Del.

Business, B.S.

BEVILLE, ALICE C. Manassas, Va.

Library Science, B.S.

BISHOP, JANE E. Bath

Business, B.S.

BLANCHARD, STEPHEN M. Peoria, Ill.

Geography. A.B.: Air Force ROTC, Concert Choir, Drill Team.

BLAND, MARVIN H. New Bern

Industrial and Technical Education, B.s.; Industrial and Technical Education Club, Vice President.

BLUMER, WILLIAM J. Raleigh

History. A.B,: Sigma Phi Epsilon. Westminster Fellowship.

BONDS, MARY D. Williamston

Education. B.S.: King Youth Fellowship, Student National Ecuation Association, Association for Childhood Education.

BONEY, PATRICIA E. Hamlet

Nursing. B.S.N. Student Nurses Association.

BOONE, PATRICIA A. Greensboro

Education. B,S.: Alpha Delta Pi, Student National Educaiton association, S.G.A.representative, Women's Recreation Association.

BOST, WALTER L. Clinton

History. B.S.: Sigma Nu. Inter-Fraternity Council, Young Democrat Club.

BOSTIC, BONNIE M. Stedman

Education. B.S.

BOSTIC, WALTER E. Warsaw

Math, A.B.: Math Club., Physics Club, Varsity Football.

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BOTTOMS, MYRA A. Elm City

Home Economics, B.S.: Home Economics Club.

BOWEN, PATRICK K. Plymouth

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

BOWLING, CAROLYN Henderson

Education. B.S. Delta Zeta, Association for Childhood Education, Student Naitonal Education Association.

BOYD, IRA H. Plymouth

Chemistry, B.S.: Men's Glee Club, American Chemical Society.

BOYD, JOHN W., Jr. Charleston, S.C.

History. A.B.

BOYD, REBECCA J. Goldsboro

Education. B.S.: Student National Educaiton Association, Association for Childhood Educaiton.

BOYKIN, LYNDA H. Winterville

Nursing, B.S.N.: Student Nurses Association

BOYKIN, W. BEXLEY Sims

Business, B.S.

BRACKEN, BRENDA P. Sanford

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

BRADFORD, SUSAN E. Arlington, Va.

Mathematics. A.B.: Modern Dance Club, Phi Sigma Tau.

BRADLEY, SYLVIA D. Raleigh

Music. B M.E.: Concert choir, Choral Union.

BRANDT, HARRY H. Long Branch, N.J.

Philosophy, A.B

BRANN, LORRAINE W. Snow Hill

Education. B.S.

BRASWELL, CURTIS E. Charlotte

Business, B.S.A.: Lambda Chi Alpha. Inter-Fraternity Council.

BREWER, BETTY L. Kennett Square, Pa.

Business, B.S.

BREWER, FRANK L. Greenville

Mathematics, A.B.: Air Force ROTC, Arnold Air Society.

BRIGHT, MARY C. Raleigh

Art, B.F.A.; Naitonal Society of Interior Design.

BRITT, REBECCA A. Mount Olive

Mathematics, B.S.; Chi Beta Phi.

BRITTON, WILLIAM W. Robersonville

Health, B.S.; Phi Epsilon Kappa, Varsity Baseball, Physical Education Majors Club.

BROADHURST, JANET C. Wilson

Mathematics B.S. Women's Judiciary, chairman; Chi Beta Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Math Club, 'WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

BROOKS, LORA C. Durham

Spanish, B.S.

BROOKS, SHEILA A. Fayetteville

Education, B.S.; Student Naitonal Education Association

BROTHERS, ALICE M. Elizabeth City

Business, B.S.; Pi Omega Pi.

BROWN, ELAINE P. Brunswick, Ga.

Art, B.S.; Delta Pi Delta

BROWN, ELIZABETH B. Tarboro

Education, B.S.: Association for Childhood Education, Student Naitonal Education Association.

BROWN, ERNEST A. Rockingham

Business, A.B.

BROWN, LAWRNECE A. Lynchburg, Va.

History, A.B. East Carolinian editor; Men's Judiciary; Publications Board; Dean's Advisory Council; President's Cabinet.

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BROWN, MARY B. Greenville

Educatoin, B.S.

BROWN, OMETA A. Reidsville

French, B.S.; Alpha Omicron Pi, Women's Recreation Association, Student Na- tional Education Association.

BROWN, REBECCA A. Rockingham

History, B.S.

BROWN, SAMMY, A. Sanford

Business, B.S.A.; Society for the Advancement of Management.

BUCHHOLZ, EDWARD T. Greenville

Business, B.S.A.

BUCK, ELBERT T., Jr. Winterville

Business, A.B.: Delta Sigma Pi, Society for Advacement of Management.

BULLOCK, JIMMIE N. Fairmont

Education. B.S.: Student National Education Association, Association for Childhood Educaoitn, Women's Chorus.

BULLOCK, JUDY K. Williamston

Education, B.S.: Home Economics Club, Alpha Phi, Women's Judiciary, Aquanymphs.

BUMGARDNER, JOHN M. Charlotte

Psychology, A.B.: Psychology Club, Judo Club, Skin Diving Club.

BUNN, RUSSELL D. Goldsboro

Psychology. A.B.: Psychology Club, Judo Club, Skin Diving Club.

BURGDOFER, JERRY E. Alexandria, Va.

Business, A.B.: Society for Advancement of Management.

BURGESS, WILLIAM L. Washington

Psychology. A.B.: Psychology Club, Track.

BYRD, ESTHER H. Dunn

Nursing, B.S.N.: Student Nurses Association, Alpha Xi Delata, East Carolinian.

BYRD, MARILYN K. Clarkton

Physical Education. B.S.: Physical Education Majos Club.

BYRD, RETHA F. Coats

Education, B.S.: Student National Education Association, Women's Recreation Association.

BYRNE, RICHARD L. Fayetteville

Psychology. A.B.: Air Force ROTC, Delta Sigma Pi, Marching Band.

CALDWELL, JOHNNY M. Thomasville

Mathematics, B.S.: Math Club.

CAMP, JAMES C. Pittsboro

Geography. A.B.: Cheerleader, Lambda Chi Alpha, Legislature representative.

CAMPBELL, ALARTHA E. Rocky Mount

Home Economics, B.S.: Home Economics Club.

CAMPBELL, PATRICIA A. Burlington

Education, B.S.: Alpha Xi Delta. Student National Education Association.

CARLTON, PENELOPE. V. Edenton

Education, B.S.: Alpha Phi.

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CARMICHAEL, FRANCES C. Norfolk, Va.

Education, B.S.: Chi Omega, Honor Council, Student Naitonal Educaiton Associa- tion.

CARMINES, CHARLOTTE G. Hampton, Va.

Education, B.S.

CARNEY, BASIL W., Jr. Williamsburg, Va.

Physics, A.B.; American Institute of Physics.

CARPENTER, MARY J. Newport News, Va.

Music, B.M. Marching Band, Orchestra, Sigma Alpha Iota.

CARSTARPHEN, JOHN III Alexabdria, Va.

Education, B.S.; Kappa Alpha, Canterbury Club, Vice President.

CARTER, EVELYN S. Greenville

History, B.S.; History Club.

CASH, SONDRA L. Franklinton

Music, B.M.E.; Concert choir, College Singers, Sigma Alpha Iota, President; Chapel Choir.

CAHION, JAMES E., Jr. Mooresville

Chemistry, A.B.; Phi Kappa Tau, Treasurer.

CAUDLE, RICHARD L. Charlotte

Art, B.F.A.; Sigma Phi Alpha, Young Republicans Club.

CAYTON, CARL D. Aurora

Business, A.B.; Society for Advancement of Management.

CHAMBERS, MARTHA J. Winston-Salem

Physical Educaiton, b.S.; Aquanymphs, President; Modern Dance Club, President, Alpha Phi.

CHANCE, MARY L. Burlington

Physical Educaitn, B.S.; Alpha Xi Delta, Women's Recreation Association.

CHAPPELL, ANGLEA K. Sunberry

Business, B.S.

CHERRY, JANET A. Charlotte

Home Economics, B.S.; Delta Zeta, Modern Dance Club, Homes Economics Club, Women's Recreation Association.

CHESSON, MICHAEL N. Creswell

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

CHRISTENBURY, JUDY M. Fayetteville

Educaiton, B.S.; Student Naitonal Educaiton Associaiton.

CIANFRANI, JOHN C. Hollywood, Fla.

History, A.B.; Sigma Phi Epsilon.

CLAGETT, WILSON L.., JR. Gaithersburg, Md.

Buseiness, B.S.A.

CLARK, RAY C. Greensboro

Geography, A. B.; Sigma Nu, Inter-Fraternity Council, Young Republicans Club.

CLARK, RUBY J. Oxford

Educaiton, B.S.; Association for childhood Educaiton, Student Naitonal Educaiton Association.

CLAYTON, JAMES L. Newport News, Va.

Industrial And Technical Educatoin, B.S.

CLEMMER, MARION R. Dallas

Business, B.S.; Sudent Naitonal Education Association.

CLINE, BARBARA C. Wilson

Nursing, B.S.N.; Nurses Club

CLOUGH, DAVID N. Columbia

History, B.S.; Phi Alpha Theta, Arnold Air Society, Air Force ROTC.

CMORIK, JOSEPH F. New Castel, Del.

Industrial and Technical Educaiton, B.S.

COBB, RICHARD E. Edenton

History, B.S.

COBB, VADEN L. Charlotte

Political Science, A.B.; Varsity Football

COCHRAN, RANDOLPH Chesapeake, Va.

Drama, A.B.: Alpha Psi Omega, WECC Radio.

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COCKMAN, JAMES E. Rockingham

Business, B.S.; Sigma Nu, Treasurer.

COFFIELD, BRENDA A. Oak City

Educaiton, B.S.; Student Naiotnal Educaiton Association

COKER, CHARLES D. Tarboro

Business. A B.

COLE, DONALD W. Siler City

Business, B.S.: Delta Sigma Pi, Vice PResident; Phi Beta Lambda.

COLE, LENA C. Fountain

Education, B S.: Student National Education Associatin, Gamma Beta Phi, Association for Childhood Education.

COLEMAN, MAURICE A., Jr. Goodyear, Ariz.

Business, A.B.

COLIE, RUTH C. La Grange

Education, B.S,: Student National Education Association, Gamma Beta Phi, Association for Childhood Education.

COLLINS, JOHN D. Highstown, N.J.

Sociology. B.A.: Chapel Choir, Newman Club, Sociology Club, Tutoring Society.

COLLINS, SYLVIA D. Elizabeth City

Physical Education. B.S.: WOmen's Recreation Association.

CONNELL, JOSEPH S., Jr. Raleigh

Business, B.S.

COOPER, SANDRA L. Wilson

English, B.S.: Angel Flight.

CORBETT, PHYLLIS A. Farmbille

Music, B.M.E.: Concert Choir, Chapel Choir.

COWART, JOHN W. Jacksonville

Psychology, A.B.: Math Club, Psychology Club.

COX, BETSY A. Walstonburg

Education, B.S.: Women's Recreation Association, Women's Glee Club, Student National Education Association, Association for Childhood Education.

COX, CORNEILA I Clayton

Education. B.S.; Alpha Delta Pi. Tteasurei; Student National Education Associa- tion.

COX, MARSHALL D. Dudley

Geography. BS.

COX, OTTIS G , JR. Chocowinity

CRABTREE, MARTHA A. Rougemont

English, B.S.: Student Counselor, Baptist Student Union, Student National Educa- tion Association.

CRANE, PETER B. Fayetteville

Health and Physical Education, B.S.

CRAYTON, JAMES E., Jr. Greensboro

Music, B.M.E.: Marching Pirates, College Union Committee.

CREW, JOHN A. Morganton

Geography. A B.: Varsity Football. Pi Kappa Alpha, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

CRIBB, BRENDA J. Raleigh

Psychology, A.B.: King Youth Fellowship. Concert Choir.

CROCKER, LINDA B. Education. B.S.: Student National Education Association, Canterbury Club.

CRUTCHFIELD, RICHARD Kernersville

Psychology, A.B.; Pre-Med Society, Psychology Club, Men's Residence Council.

CUMMINGS, GEORGE W. Atlantic Beach, Fla.

Chemistry, A.B.: Kappa Alpha, Men's Judiciary Honor Council.

CUMMINS, ROMA L. Mooresville

English. A B.: Alpha Xi Delta. Student Counselor.

CUNINGHAM, SYDNEY G. Winston-Salem

Geography, A.B.: Gamma Theta Upsilon.

DAGENHART, JIMMIE L. Greensboro

Business A.B.: Kappa Alpha, vice president.

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DAMBROSIO, LOUIS A. Stafford, Pa.

Business, B.S.A : Alpha Phi Omega, President. Karate Club, East Carolinian.

DANIEL, ANNE C. Greenville

History, A.B.: Kappa Delta, East Carolinian, Marshal, Siema Tau Sigma, Chi Beta Phi, Phi Sigma Tau, Philosophy Club, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COL- LEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

DANIELS, JIMMY R. Rocky Mount

Business, B.S.P. Varsity Baseball.

DARK, LOIS E. Sanford

Education, B.S.

DAVENPORT, ANDREW Rocky Mount

Mathematics, B.S.: Young Democrats Club.

DAVIDSON, TONDRA C. Statesville

Art, B.F.A.

DAVIS, GARY E. Pantego

Business, B.S.A.: Air Force ROTC.

DAVIS, JOHN P. Berlin, Md.

Business. B.S.: Circle K.

DAVIS. KATHERINE L. Faison

Physical Education B.S.: Women's Recreation Associatin, President; Physical Education Major's Club.

DAVIS, MARY L. Smithfield

Education. B.S : Student National Education Association.

DAVIS, SUSAN E. Summerville, S.C.

Medical Technology. B.S.; Women's Judiciary Council, Dean's Advisory COuncil, Foreign Films Committee.

DAVIS, SUSAN L. Mount Airy

Music, B.M E.T Concert Choir.

DAVIS, WILLIAM M.

History. A.B.: History Club. Young Republican Club.

DAWSON, LINDA S. Kinston

Education. B.S.

DAY, MARY JANE B. Jacksonville

History. B.S.

DAY, SANDRA J. Oxford

Education, B.S.: Delta Zeta, Corresponding Secretary; Young Democrats Club; Women's Chorus; Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- tion Association.

DEAL, JACKIE W. Pinetops

Business. B.S.A.

DEAL, WILLIAM F. Statesville

Political Science, A.B.: Appeals Court: Budget Committee; Dean's Advisory Council; Legislature, Speaker; External Affairs, Chairman; Men's Honor Council; Model United Nationas, Delegate; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

DEAN, HUGH P. Raleigh

Psychology, A.B. Pi Kappa Alpha

DEAN, JAMES W. Greensboro

Business, B.S.

DEAN, RONALD G. Winston-Salem

Physics and Mathematics, A.B.; King youth Fellowship, President; National Institute of Physics

DEAN, THOMAS W. Greensboro

Business, B.S.: Varsity Tennis.

DEATON, ELIZABETH A. Mooresville

Physical Education. B,S.

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DeMILLE, FRANK R. Virginia Beach, Va.

B.S.: Phi Kappa Tau.

DEVANE, CHARLES M. Elizabethtown

Business, B.S.

DICKENS, JUDY A. Rocky Mount

Biology, B.S. : Aquanymphs. Student Education Association, Women's Recreation Association.

SENIORS

DICKENS, WILLIAM I., III Wilson

Physical Education, B.S.: Inter-Dormitory Council, Circle K, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Merit Scholar, Lambda Chi Alpha, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

DIDAY, KATHLEEN R. Damascus, Md.

Physical Education. B.S.: Gymnastic Club.

DILDA, KENNETH W. Fountain

History, A.B.: Free Will Baptist Fellowship, History Club, Mens Judiciary, Phi Alpha Theta.

DINEEN, MICHAEL J. Wilmington

Geography, A.B.: Varsity Swimming.

DODD, WILLIAM, C. Raleigh

Business, A.B.: Delta Sigma Pi, Phi Beta Lambda.

DODDS, LINDA E. Greenville

Psychology. A.B.: Psi Chi, Gamma Beta Phi, Chi Beta Phi, Phi Sigma Tau, Psychology Club.

DONOHUE, PAUL J. Wilmington, Del.

Business, A.B.: Karate Team, Diving Coach, Fellowship of Chrisitan Athletes.

DORSEY, DONNA M. Stroundsburg, Pa.

Nursing, B.S.N.: Alpha Phi, Panhellenic, Treasurer; Student Nurses Association.

DUNN, JENNIE S. Henderson

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

EARNHARDT, LINDA K. Concord

Psychology. A.B.

EARP, MARY A. Raleigh

Education, B.S.

EASON, THOMAS E. West Chester, Pa.

Business. B.S.P.; Society for Advancement of Management.

EASON, TIMOTHY G. Jacksonville

Business, B.S.

EDELEN, DAVID B. La Plata, Md.

Business, B.S.; Pi Kappa Alpha, Society for Advancement of Management, Phi Beta Lambda, Air Force ROTC.

EDWARDS, AUDREY P. Williamston

Mathematics, B.S.: Chi Beta Phi

EDWARDS. CARL A. Goldsboro

Physical Education, B.S.: Physical Education Major's Club, President, Vice-President, Phi Epsilon Kappa, President; Deans Advisory Council; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

EDWARDS, ELMO T. Louisburg

Psychology. A.B.

EDWARDS, LINDA C. Wrighstville Beach

Spanish, BS: Alpha Phi, Student Counselor, Orientation Counselor, Panhellenic.

EDWARDS, LISTON G. Goldsboro

Psychology, A.B : Pi Kappa Alpha, Psi Chi.

EDWARDS, MARY A. Polkton

Home Economics, B.S.; Young Democrat Club, Secretary; Home Economics Club; Kappa Delta.

EDWARDS, THOMAS S. Siler City

History. A.B.

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FERRY, JOHN P. Penns Grove, N.J.

Business Administration, B.S.; Karate Team, Co-Captain.

FINCH, CHARLIE C. Henderson

Business, Administration, B.S.A. Alpha Kappa Pi

FINCH, RALPH A. Sanford

Business Administration, B.S.A.; Pi Kappa Phi, Executive Committee; Freshman Tennis.

FISHER, BETTY J. New Bern

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

FISHER, CYNTHIA Springfield, Va.

Education, B.S. Church College of Hawaii, Student Naitonal Education Association.

FITCH, MOLLIE Gordonsville, Va.

Sociology, A.B. Sociology Club, Tutorial Society.

FITZGERALD, DOUGLAS H. Wilson

Music, B.M.; Phi Mu Alpha, Vice President; School of Music Forum; Symphonic Band President.

FLETCHER, HARRIET L. Burlington

English, B.S.; Alpha Delta Pi.

FLOWERS, JAMES C. Richmond, Va.

History, B.S.; Alpha Delta Pi.

FLOYD, MARY J. Fairmont

Business Education, B.S.

FORBES, EDE H. Clinton, S.C.

Education, B.S.; Kappa Delta Panhellenic Representative, Women's Day Student Senator, Marshal, Student National Education Association.

FORD, ANTHONY T. Williamsburg, Va.

Art, A.B.; Sigma Phi Epsilon.

FOSTER, CHARLES D. Advance

Political science, A.B.: Theta Chi

FOUSHEE, MICHAEL C. Newport News, Va.

History, A. B.; Christopher Newport College, Theta Chi.

FRACHER, GRETCHEN A. Waynesboro, Va.

FRANKLIN, JAMES T. Raleigh

Business, B.S.; Lambda Chi Alpha, Ritualist; Men's Judiciary, Attorney General, Chairman; Men's honor Council Chairman; Dean's Advisory Council; Men's Glee Club; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

FRANKS, DONALD R. Goldsboro

Spanish, B.S.

FRAZIER, DAVID C. Raleigh

Business Administration, B.S.; Pi Kappa Phi, Chaplain Air Force ROTC.

FREIDOG, FRANK F. Winston-Salem

Education, B.S.

FRITZ, IVEY J. Goldsboro

Grammar Education, B.S.; Alpha Omicron Pi, President; C.U. Social Chairman; Women's Recreation Assocation Student National Education Association; WOman's Judiciary Representative.

FRYE, MICHAEL W. Greensboro

History, A.B.; History Club, Phi ALpha Theta

FULLER, JOHN P. Virginia Beach, Va.

Political Science, A.B.; Theta Chi, FOreign Relations Club, Psychology Club, Pre- Law Society.

GAINEY, GLENDA V. Rockingham

GARBETT, EARL W. JR. Richmond, Va.

Physical Education, B.S.; Varsity Track Team.

GARDNER, THOMAS M. Richmond, Va.

GARRARD, ANNE C. Madison, N.J.

GENTRY, MARY A. King

Home Economics, B.S.; Home Economics Club, Women's Judiciary Council, Alpha Omicron Pi, Student National Education Assocation.

GEORGE, BARBARA H. Richmond, Va.

Art and Interior Design, A.B.; National Society of Interior Design.

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GIDDINGS, BARRY M. Washington

Mathematics, A.B.: Math Club, Physics.

GIFFORD, RICHARD O. Hyatts, Md.

Health and Physical Education, B.S.; Varsity Baseball; Fellowhip of Christian Athletics, President.

GILLEN, WILLIAM L. Norfolk, Va.

Business, B.S.A.

GILLIAM, ANNE S. Durham

History and English, B.S.; Sigam Tau Delta, Phi Alpha Theta, Student Committee for Merit Scholars.

GILLIS, WILLIAM J. Fayetteville

GODDARD, SAMUEL L. JR. Greenville

GODWIN, ROSE M. Goldsboro

Education, B.S.; Student National Educatoin Association.

GOFORTH, JOHNNY M. Kannapolis

Music, B.M.; Concert Choir.

GOINS, SHERRY G. High Point

History, B S : Women's Judiciary, Student Counselor, Orientation Counselor, History Club, Secretary.

GOLD, REBECCA J. Greenville

Mathematics, B.S.; Marshall, Math Club, Special Events Committee. Student National Education Association.

GOODEN, WILBUR A. Woodside, Del.

Business, B.S.; Lacrosse

GOODING, EVA M. Elizabeth City

History, B.S.; Marching Pirates, Student Counselor, History Club, Women's Glee Club, Orientation Counselor, Gamma Beta Phi, Phi Alpha Theta.

GOODMAN, ROBERT A. Manassas, Va.

Political Science, A.B.; Varsity Football, Air Force ROTC, Arnold Air Society, Men's Residence Council, Lambda Chi Alpha.

GOULD, LINDSEY M. Raleigh

Political Science, A.B Phi Kappa Tau, Men's Honor Council, Law Society, Philoso- phy Club, Society for the Advancement of Management.

GRAHAM, GARY C. Greensboro

Mathematics, A.B.

GRANDOLFI, LYNN Y. Lexington

Art, b.S.; Newman Club, Cheerleader, Young Republican Club.

GRANT, LINWOOD H. Seven Springs

Health and Physical Education, B.S.

GRAY, MERICE A. Newport

Education, B.S.; Student Naitonal Education Association.

GREEN, LISA Norfolk, Va.

Art Education, B.S.; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Cheerleader; Student Government, Secretary, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

GREGG, GERALD B. Chevy Chase, Md.

Business, B.S.A.; Varsity Track, Pi Kappa Alpha.

GREGG, JOHN K. Chevy Chase, Md.

History, A.B.

GREGORY, DAVID B. Shawboro

Biology, A.B.

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GREGORY, WILLIAM E. Wilson

Geography. B.S.: Freshman Baseball. Air Force ROTC. Orientation Counselor. Inter dormitory Council.

GREINER, BARRY L, West Chester, Pa.

Accounting. B.S.A.: Society for the Advancement of Management.

GRIFFIN, CAROL E. Fairmont

History. B S.: Gamma Beta Phi. Student National Education Association,

GRIFFIN, CAROL Edenton

Nursing. B.S N.: Student Nursing Association. Canterbury Club.

GRIFFIN, WILILAM B. Durham

Accounting, B.S.P.; Alpha Kappa Psi.

GRIMES, MARY P. Lexington

Elementary Education, B.S.; Sigma Sigam Sigma, Student Naitonal Education Association, Orientation Counselor.

GRISSON, CHARLES E. Henderson

Business, B.S.; Alpha Kappa Psi.

GRUBBS, JOHN W. Winston-Salem

History, B.S.; Young Democrats, Kappa Alpha Order, Elections Committee, Varsity Cheerleader.

GUIN, MARY N. Thomasville

Physical education, B.S.; Student National Education Association, Buccaneet, Dormitory President, WOmen's Judiciary, Physical Education Majors Club.

GULLEY, THOMAS L. Tarboro

History, B.S.

GURGANUS, MARCIA A. Greenville

Grammar Education, B.S.

GUY, HARRY D. Calypso

Physical Education, B.S.

HALL, JOHN C. Kenansville

Science, A.B.; Phi Beta Lambda

HALL, THELMA K. Youngsville

Business, B.S.; Women's Glee Club, Young Democrats Club, Pi Omega Pi, Phi Beta Lambda, Alpha Delta Pi.

HAMILTON, LINDA R. Houston, Tex.

Biology, B.S.

HAMILTON, MICHAEL G. Ocean City, N.J.

Physical Education, B.S.

HAMILTON, WILLIAM R. Beaufort

Geography, B.S.

HANCHEY, CLARA J. Dudley

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

HARDEE, DANIEL E. Greenville

Industrial and Technical Education, B.S.

HARDISON, CLIFTON L. Seven Springs

Mathematics and Library Science, B.S.; Math Club, Library Club

HARMON, WILLIAM K. Onley, Va.

Accounting, A.B.

HARRELL, CHARLIE R. Tarboro

Business, B.S.A.; Alpha Kappa Psi, Inter-Dormitory Council.

HARRINGTON, DONNA T. Pineville

Primary Education, B.S.

HARRINGTON, MARION R. Greenville

Science, A.B.; Air FOrce ROTC Arnold Air Society.

HARRIS, ALETIA D. Rocky Mount

Primary Educatino, B.S.; Chi Omega, Student Naitonal Education Association.

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HARRIS, DOLORES R. Greenville

Mathematics, B.S.; Math Club.

HARRIS, MARTHA T. Ayden

Education, B.S.

HARRISON, JOHN L. Wilmington

Political Science, A.B.; Pi Kappa Alpha, Inter-Fraternity Council.

HASKINS, RICHARD P. Raleigh

Sociology, A.B.: Hebrew Fellowship, President; Tutoring Society.

HATCHER, JAMES R. Draper

Geography, A.B.

HATLEY, GUY L. Kannapolis

Music, B.M.E.; Concert Choir

HAWKINS, JOHN O. Mebane

Business, B.S.A.

HAYWORTH cHARLOTTE S. Asheboro

Art, A.B.; Kappa Delta, Panhellenic, National Society of Interior Design.

HAZELTON, BILLIE P. Fanwood, N.J.

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

HEATH, CHARLES L. Kinston

Business, B.S.

HEATH, LINDA M. New Bern

Edcuation B.S.; Student National Education Association.

HECKMAN, GEORGE H. III Graham

Idustrial Arts, B.S.; Circle K, Epsilon Pi Tau, Industrial Arts Club.

HELMS, HUGH D. Morganton

Business, B.S.

HELMS, JANE A. Raleigh

Education, B.S.; Alpha Delta Pi, President; Sigma Alpha Iota; Chapel Choir, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

HENDRICKS, WALTER F. Richmond, Va.

English, A.B.; East Carolinian, News Editor, Associate Editor; Young Democrat Club, President Dean's Advisory Council; Canterbury Club.

HENDRIX, JUDY G. Hickory

Education, B.S.; Student National Education Association, Women's Choir.

HENRY, SARA V. Rockingham

Physical Education, B.S.; Physical Education Major's Club, Young Democrat Club, Marching Pirates.

HERNDON, SIDNEY M. Bynum

Physical Education B.S.; Physical education Major's Club.

HERRING, VARO E. Mount Olive

Education, B.S.; Gamma Beta Phi, WOmen's Chorus, Livrary Club, Student Na-tional Educatoin Association, Baptist Student Union.

HESTER, DORIS F. Dublin

Education, B.S.; King Youth Fellowhip.

HICKEY, THOMAS D, South Boston, Va,

Business, B S Alpha Phi Omega. Varsity Track. Young Republican Club,

HICKS, JUDITH L. Richmond, Va,

Health and Phsyical Education. B.S.: Women's Recreation Association.

HICKS, NANCY G. Raleigh

Education. B.S.: Chi Omega. Student National Education Association, East Carolinian.

HIGNITE, RONALD E. Greenville

Spanish and English, A.B.; Varsity Tennis, Varsity Baseball, Pi Kappa Phi.

HILLIARD, CAROLYN S. Zebulon

Education, B.S.: Student National Education Association, Association for Childhood Education.

HILTON, JOSEPH T. II Greenville

Health and Physical Educalion, B.S.; Football; Track; Physical Education Major's Club; North Carolina Association for Helath, Physical Education, and Recreation.

HINSON, CLEO P. La Grange

Education, B.S.

HOBBS, JOYCELYN R. Hertford

Home Economics, B.S.; Home Economics Chapter, President, Vice-President; Angel Flight, Administrative Officer, Chaplain; Student Naitonal Education Association; Baptist Student Union; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

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HOBGOOD, REBECCA S. Durham

Psychology, A.B.; East Carolinian, Layout Editor, Associate Editor; Psychology Club.

HOCLTT, CATHERINE J. Fayetteville

Business, B.S.: Student Counselor.

HOELL, HENRY W. Jr. Greenville

Business. B.S.A.

HOGG, OAKLEY W. Jr. Gloucester, Va.

History. A.B.: Sigma Phi Epsilon. Vice President, PResident: Inter-Fraternity Council, President; Dean's Advisory Council,

HOLLINGSWORTH, PEGGY C. Greenville

English, B.S.; Sigma Tau Dleta, VIce President; Student Naitonal Education Association.

HOLSON, JOSEPH F. JR. Georgetown, Del.

Biology, B.S.; Circle K.

HOLT, EDWINA F. Princeton

Home Economics, B>S.; Home Economics Club.

HOLT, JAMES L. Greenville

Music, B.M.; Men's Glee Club, Concert Choir, Phi Mu Alpha, Varsity Band, Sympohonic Band.

HONDROS, PETE A. Winston-Salem

Education, B.S.; Sigma Nu, President.

HONEYCUTT, CAROL A. Lexington

Music, B.M.E.; Sigma Alpha Iota, Secretary; Marching Pirates, Concert Band; Concert Choir.

HOOT, MARTHA P. Greenville

Education, B.S.; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Student Naitonal Education Association.

HORNE, JO ANNE Greenville

Business, B.S.A.

HOUSE, TRILLIS G. Ayden

French and English B.S.; Student National Education Association, Sigma Pi Alpha, Gamma Beta Phi, Free Will Baptist Youth Fellowship.

HOUSTON, FRANCIS B., JR. Washington

Education, B>S.; Men's Glee Club.

HOWARD, EDNA G. Pink Hill

Mathematics, B.S.

HOWARD, THOMAS R. Wilson

POlitical Science, A.B.; Young Republicans Club.

HOWERTON, OVELIA K. Winston-Salem

Home Econmics, B>S.; Home Economics Club, Debate Team, Angel Flight, Student Counselor.

HRUSLINSKI, ELEANOR M. Burlington

Education, B.S.; College Union, President Alpha Phi; Association for Childhood Education.

HUDGINS, EDWARD A. JR. Greenville

Science, A.B.; Men's Residence Council, Sigma Tau Sigma, Circle K, Men's Honor Council, Dleta Sigma Pi, Phi Beta Lambda, Dean's Advisory COuncil, Westminister Fellowship; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

HUDSON, BYRON A. Richmond, Va.

Art, A.B.; Alpha Delta pi, National Society of Interior Design.

SENIORS

HUDSON, WILLIAM M. Greensboro

Education, B.S.; Student Naitonal Education Association.

HUGHES, PATRICIA L. Durham

Education, B.S.; Women's Glee Club, Student Naitonal Education Association.

HUMPHREY, MARTHA D. Kinston

History, B.S.; Student Counselor, Gamma Beta Phi.

HUMPHREY, WALTER E. Kinston

Business, A.B.

HUNNICUTT, ETTA P. Durham

Education, b.S.; Student National Education Association.

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HUNNIECUTT, JOSEPH W. Bethel

Business, B.S.; Phi Beta Lambda

HUNNINGS, HAZEL M. Grantsboro

Business, B.S.; Pi Omega Pi, Historian.

HUNT, JOHN E. Riviera Beach, Fla.

Psychology A.B.; Psychology Club, Sociology Club, Inter-Dormitory Council.

HUNT, MAMIE L. Oxford

Edcuation, B.S.; WOmen's Chorus, Student Naitonal Educaiton Association, Association for Childhood Education.

HUNTER, FRANCES L. Elizabeth City

Home Economics, B.S.; University Party, Home Economics Club.

HUSSEY, DOROTHY A. West End

Education, B.S.; Student Naitonal Education Association.

INGRAM, SANDRA K. Goldsboro

Education, B.S.

IPOCK, INA F. New Bern

Education, B.S.; Baptist Student Union; Association for Childhood Education; Student Counselor; Buccaneer Staff, Features Editor.

IPOCK, JULIA A. New Bern

Art, B.S.

IRVIN, NANCY E. Blackwood, N.J.

Physical Edcuaiton, B.S.

JACKSON, EMMA J. Autryville

English, B.S.; Student National Education Association, Women's Chorus.

JACKSON, FLOYD A. Dunn

Business, A.B.; King Youth Fellowship, President.

JACKSON ,GLORIA J. Petersburg

Education, B>S.; Student National Education Association, Assocation for Child- hood Educaiton.

JACKSON, MACK D. Jackson

Biology, B.S.

JACKSON, MARY D. Wade

Business, B.S.

JACKSON, MICHELE A. Ayden

History, B.S.; Student Counselor.

JACKSON, VIRGINIA E. Rocky Mount

Edcuation, B.S.; Modern Dance Club, Student Naitonal Education Association.

JAMES, LAWRENCE A. Elizabeth City.

Music, B.M.E.; Phi Mu Alpha, Karate Club, Marching Pirates.

JANES, MARGARET L. Flushing, N.Y.

Education, B.S.; Aquanymphs, WOmen's Recreation Assocaition, student National Education Association.

JENKINS, ALBERTA Jacksonville

Education, b.S.; The Rebel, Student Counselor, Gamma Beta Phi, Student Naitonal Education Association.

JENNINGS, JAMES A. Statesville

Business, B.S.; Men's Judiciary Council, Young Republicans Club.

JOHNSON, ASHELY A. Liberty

Industrial Arts, b.S.; Pi Kappa Alpha, Epsilon Pi Tau, Industrial Arts Club.

JOHNSON, DAVID R. Evergreen

Science, A.B.; Alpha Phi Omega, Secretary; Library Club; Math Club; Men's Residence Council.

JOHNSON, FRANCES K. Grifton

Education, B.S.; Wesley Foundation, President; Lecture Committee; Student National Education Association.

JOHNSON, JANIE L. Chesapeake, Va.

English, A.B.

JOHNSON, JEANNE Lillington

Educatin, B.S.; Angel Flight, Student National Education Association.

JOHNSON, MARY L. Morganton

Nursing, B.S.N.; Student Nurses Assocation.

JOHNSTON, BRUCE W. JR. Downingtown, Pa.

Business, B.S.; Sigma Pi.

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JOHNSTON, FRANKLIN B. Washington

Political Science, A.B.: Law Society, Canterbury Club; Phi Kappa Phi; Model United Nations; Secretariat.

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM M. Greenville

Business, B.S.A>; Orientation Counselor; Kappa Alpha, Treasurer.

JONES, JANE P. Goldston

English, B.S.

JONES, JIMMY L. Williamston

Business, B.A.

JONES, JOHN T. New Bern

History, B.S.; Chapel Choir.

JONES, KAY F. Smithfield

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

JONES, LILLIAN T. Greenville

History, B.S.; History Club, Dleta Sigma Theta.

JONES, SUE T. Jacksonville

Educaiton, Rebel, Student Naitonal Education Association, Gamma Beta Phi.

JONES, WILLIAM R. Wilmington

Industrial Arts, B.S.

JORDAN, LARRY M. Apex

History, B.S.

JORGENSEN, LAYNE W. Greenville

Physical Education, B.S.

JOYNER, ANNE H. Greenville

Education, B.S.

JOYNER, ELLEN G. Sunbury

Education, B.S.; Student Naitonal Education Association.

JOYNER, MARY C. Rocky Mount

Education, B.S.; Buccaneer, Editor-in-Chief, Organizations Editor, Publicans board; The Key; Budget Committee; Chief Marshal; Baptist Student Union; Gamma Beta Phi, President; Student Naitonal Educaiotn Association; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICNA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

KEARNEY, MARY K. Goldsboro

Education, B.S.; Assocation for Childhood Education, Student Naitonal Educa- tion Association.

KEENE, JESSIE M. Four Oaks

History, B.S.; Kappa Delta, Student Counselor, Student Naitonal Education As- sociation.

KEIBER, ROBERT J. Kearney, N.J.

Art, B.S.; Sigma Nu.

KELLER, LAUREN C. Alexandria, Va.

Art, A.B.; Alpha Phi, President, Aquanymphs.

KELLEY, FRANCES A. Hickory

History, B.S.; Delta Zeta, Secretary; Women's Judiciary; young Democrats Club; Student National Education Association.

KELLY, JERRY M. Sanford

History, B.S.; Gamma beta Phi.

KENNEDY, JOYCE C. Enfield

Education, B.S.; Student Naitonal Education Association

KERLIN, ROBERT B. Bradebton, Fla.

Business, A.B.; Circle K, Bachelor Club, Theta Chi, Elections Chairman, Budget Committee.

KILLIAN, MARY G. Wilmington

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

KIMSEY, JAMES R. Murphy

Political Science, A.B.; Student Government-Treasurer, Summer School President; Presidential Cabinet; Secretary of Finance; Law society, President; Model United Nations, Secretary General, Academic Forum; Rules Committee of Student Legislature; Men's Honor Council; Associated Arts Board; WHO'S WHO IN AMERI- CAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

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KINCAID, BILLY F. Greensboro

Business, B.S.A.

KING, RAY W. Kannapolis

Psychology, A.B.

KING, REBECCA B. Willard

Psychology, A.B.; Psychology Club, Sociology Club.

KINGREE, RICHARD A. Mount Crawford, Va.

Psychology, A.B.; Psychology Club, Sociology Club.

KINZIE, MICHAEL A. Bridgewater

Music, B.M.E.; Phi Mu Alpha, Marching Pirates, Orchestra, Symphonic Band.

KIRBY, CAROL R. Mount Olive

English, B.S.; Sigma Tau Delta, Student Counselor, Student National Education Association.

KIRKMAN, ROBERT L. Greensboro

Business. B.S.A.; Delta Sigma Pi, Secretary.

KIVETT, BARBARA B. Asheboro

Education. B S.: Student National Education Association.

KNIGHT, CORNELIA B. Hatteras

Education, B.S.; Young Democrats Club.The evil that men do

KNIGHT, HARRY P. Richmond, Va.

Psychology, A.B.: Men's Residence Council, Vice President; Philosphy Club; Psychology Club.

KNIGHT, JANICE G. Hampton, Va.

Education. B.S.: Marching Pitrates, Student Counselor, Student National Education Association.

KNOTT, MARY A. Wendell

French. B.S.: Delta Zeta, Student Counselor, Student Naitonal Education Associa- tion.

KOGELMAN, MARILYN D. Alexandria, Va.

English. B.S : Women's Judiciary, Sigma Sigma Sigma

KORNEGAY, SARAH P. Goldsboro

Physical Education, B.S.: Physical Major's Club, Women's Recreation Association.

KRIMMINGER, TAMARA A. Midland

Art, B.S.

LAMBETH, BEN A. Edenton

Political Science. A.B.

LANCASTER, DIANE Pinetops

Education. B S.: Student National Education Association, Secretary; Baptist Student Union, Treasurer; Association for Childhood Education.

LAND, JAN E. Taylorsville

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

LANDSPERGER, NANCY T. Norfolk, Va.

LANE, ROBERT N., Jr. Arlington, Va.

Business, B.S.; Men's Honor Council, Attorney General; Men's Residence Council, Secretary, Vice President; Lambda Chi Alpha.

LANGDON, WALTER T. Four Oaks

Physical Education, B.S.: Physical Education Major's Club, Varsity Baseball.

LANIER, MARTHA J. Asheboro

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

LASLEY, MARGARET R. Draper

Psychology, A.B.: Alpha Phi, Women's Recreation Association.

LEARY, SANDRA F. Shiloh

Math and Psychology, B.A.; Math Club.

LEE, MARGARET A. Washington

Education, B.S.; Delta Zeta, Student National Education Association, Association for Childhood Education.

LEE, SIMEON R., III Charlotte

Business, B.S.

LEE, VIRGINIA Fayetteville

Education, B.S.; Association of Childhood Education, Student Naitonal Education Association.

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LEIGH, JULIA A. Tarboro

Education, B.S.; Student Naitonal Education Association, Association for Childhood Education.

LEONARD, LUTHER G. Louisburg

Business, A.B.; Phi Bta Lambda, Phi Sigma Pi, President; Alpha Kappa Pi; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

LETCHWORTH, DOROTHY A. Farmville

Business, B.S.; Young Democrats Club.

LEVINE, ROBERT R. Canton

History, A.B.

LEWIS, ALEXANDER J. Bethes

Industrial and Technical Education, B.S.; Epsilon Phi Tau, President; Industrial and Technical Education Club, Treasurer.

LEWIS, BONITA D. Henderson

Education, B.S.; Delta Zeta, Orientation Counselor, Student National education Association, Association for Childhood Education.

LEWIS, JAMES D., Jr. Thomasville

Business, B.S.P.

LEWIS, MICHAEL W. Fayetteville

Education, B.S.

LEWIS, SARA L. Wilson

Home Economics, B.S.; Home Economics Club, Student Na- tional Education Association.

LEWIS, VICKIE C. High Point

Education. B.S.: Student National Education Association.

LINCOLN, JANE E. Taunton, Mass.

Education, B.S.; Student National Education Association, Aquanymphs, Young Republican Club.

SENIORS

LINEBERRY, JANE B. Asheboro

Education, B.S.; Student National Education Association, Symphonic Band, marching Pirates, Student Counselor.

LIPPINCOTT, MARY M. Chatham, N.J.

Education, B.S.; Aquanymphs

LORD, DALE S. Raleigh

Nursing, B.S.N.; Women's Recreation Association, Aquanymphs.

LOVE, LYNDA G. Kinston

Education, B.S.; Alpha Xi Delta, Preisdent; Women's Judiciary; Association for Childhood Education.

LOX, KAREN A. Roanoke, Va.

English and French. A.B.: Kappa Delta, Drama Club, Sigam Tau Delta, Stigma Pi Alpha.

LUCAS, ALICE D. Halifax

Psychology and Sociology, A B.

LUCAS, ELIZABETH B. Washington

English, and Library Science, B.S.

LUPTON, ROY H., Jr. Lowland

Physical Education, B.S.; Phi Epsilon Kappa, Air Force ROTC.

LUTON, MATTIE Y. Elizabeth City

Education, B.S.

LUTON, PEGGY A. Elizabeth City

English, B S : Student National Education Association.

MADRE, JAMES L. Elizabeth City

Psychology. A B : Men's Glee Club. WECC.

MAHON, PATRICIA A. Kendall Park, N.J.

Science. A.B,: General Electric College Bowl, American Chemical Society.

MALINSKY, MICHAEL A. Lumberton

Physical Education. B.S.: Varsity Baseball, Varsity Golf, Lambda Chi Alpha, Physical Education Major's Club.

MANCINI, RAYMOND L. Wilmington, Del.

Business. B.S,: Delta Sigma Pi.

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MARCH, JACQUELINE Franklin, Va.

Geography, B.S.

MARKS, PHYLLIS C. Henderson

Home Economics, B.S.; Home Economics Club.

MARMORATO ANNE L. Burlington

Education, B.S.; ALpha Xi Delta, Student National Education Association, Buccaneer, Women's Recreation Association.

MARTIN, KAREN L. Greenville

Psychology. A B.: Alpha Delta Club, Historian; WOmen's Judiciary; Psychology Club; Panhellenic.

MASON, VANCE G. Morehead City

Business Administration, A.B.

MATHER, JAMES P. Virginia Beach, Va.

Spanish, A.B.: Pi Kappa Phi, Secretary, Warden; Debate; Homecoming Com- mittee; Interfraternity Council.

MATTHEWS, ELIZABETH A. Roanoke Rapids

Art, B.S.; Chi Omega, Orientation Counselor.

MATTHEWS, GEORGE T., Jr. Hickory

Business, B.S.A.: Delta Sipma Pi, Treasurer; Phi Beta Lambda.

MAUNEY, GARY L. Shelby

General Business, A.B.

MAY, GEORGE S. Rocky Mount

Mathematics, Physics, B.S.

McAULEY, BRENDA L. Ellerbe

Home Economics, B.S.; Home Economics Club.

McBRIDE, VANCE M., Jr. Hickory

Industrial Technology, B.S.; Industrial Arts Club, Reporter.

McCALLUM, CARLTON L. Carthage

Political Science, B.S.

McCLEES, ROBERT W. Williamston

Political Science, B.S.

McCLENNY, MARIE D. Goldsboro

Elementary Education, B.S.; Student National Education Association.

McCOTTER, PATRICIA H. Newton

Mathematics, B.S.; Chi Beta Phi.

McDANIEL, FRANCES E. Trenton

English, B.S.; Young Democrat Club, Sociology Club, North Carolina English Teacher's Association.

McDONALD, LINDA D. Wilmington

Music, B.M.E.: Sigma Alpha Iota, Choral Union, Marching Pirates, Symphonic Band, Symphony Orchestra, Theater Orchestra.

McGHEE, ELIZABETH C. Newport News, Va.

Music, B.M.: East Carolina Playhouse, Choral Union, Sigma Alpha Iota.

McGUIRE, BUREL J. High Point

Music, B.M.; Chapel Choir, Men's Glee Club.

McHORNEY, SAMUEL J. Washington

Geography, A B.: Alpha Phi Omega, Men's Glee Club.

McINTYRE. LUCY W . Rockingham

Music. B M.E.: Choral Union, Concert Choir, East Carolina Playhouse.

McLAWHORN, MARIAN N. Grifton

Accounting, B.S.

McCEAN, ANN M. Grifton

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

MEASAMER, WESLEY F. Jr. Sanford

Accounting. B.S.: Sigma Phi Epsilon.

MEDFORD, CAROLYN F. Clinton

Business Administration, B.S.; Stuent Naitonal Education Association, Buccaneer, Orientation Counselor.

MEDLIN, THOMAS E. Durham

Business Administration. B.S.: Alpha Kappa Psi, Karate Team

MELTON, WOODROW D. Jr. Hubert

Mathematics, B.S.: Physics Club, Math Club, Gamma Beta Phi.

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MERCER, JUDY F. Wilson

Education, B.S.; Delta Zeta, Association for Childhood Education, Student Na- tional Education Association, Orientation Counselor.

MERRITT, TERRY L. Fayetteville

Business, M.S.A. Delta Sigma Pi, Phi Beta Lambda.

MEYERS, VERNON L. Glen Allen, Va.

Business, B.S.A.; WWWS-Radio.

MILLER, CHARLES E. Rowland

Business, B.S.P.; Phi Beta Lambda.

MILLER, GILBERT C, Wilmington

Sociology and Psychology, A.B.: Sigma Phi Epsilon, Psychology Club, Sociology Club.

MILLER, MARY L. Beaulaville

Business, B.S.A.

MITCHELL, FREDERICK P. West Chester, Pa.

Business, B.S.

MITCHELL, GERALD A. Largo, Fla.

Psychology, A.B.

MITCHELL, JOAN L. Greensboro

Education, B.S.; Student Naitonal Education Association.

MOBLEY, BARBARA J. Robersonville

Business, B.S.; Phi Beta Lambda, Pi Omega Pi.

MODLIN, MARY C. Carthage

Music Education, B.M.E.; Concert Choir, Choral Union, Student Counselor.

MONTAKHAB, KAY R. Durham

History, B.S.; Young Democrat Club, East Carolinian.

MOORE, JACQUELINE A. Ahoskie

Home Economics, B.S.; Phi Omicron.

MOORE, JAMES G. Marshville

Phsyical Education, B.S.; Gymnastics Club.

MOORE, KATE H. Raleigh

Education, B.S.; Student Naitonal Education Association.

MOORE, LINDA J. Ca-Vel.

Education, B.S.; Tau Sigma, Association for Childhood Education, Student Naitonal Eucation Association, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICNA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

MOORE, MARY B. Willard

Music, B.M.E.; Sigma Alpha Iota, Chapel Choir, College Concert Choir.

MOORE, MERRILL, C. Georgetown, Del.

Business, B.S.; Pi Omega Pi, Treasurer.

MOORE, ROBERT W. Roxboro

Business, B.S.A.

MOORE, WILLIAM C. Clinton

Psychology and Political Science, A.B.; Dean's Advisory Council, Men's Residence Council, President, President's Cabinet.

MOOREFIELD, ERIC K. Stokesdale

English, B.S.

MORPHIS, C. NOEL Lexington

Business, B.S.A; Circle K, President; Soccer Team, Society for the Advancement Management, WHOS WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

MORRIS, IMELDIA K, Concord

Art-Education, B.S.

MORRIS LINLY G. Vanceboro

Mathematics, B.S.: Gamma Beta Phi, King Youth Fellowship,

MORRISETTE, SUSAN L. Enfield

English and History. A.B.: Sigma Tau Sigma

MULLALY, CHARLES F., JR. Alexandria, Va.

Sociology, A.B.

MULLINS, WALTER E. Spring Hope

Psychology, A.B.

MUMFORD, EMMA V. Greenville

Education, B.S.: Math Club, Sigma Sigma Sigma.

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MUNFORD, JOHN W. Winston Salem

Psychology and English, A.B.; Kappa Alpha, Circle K, Men's Judiciary, Men's Honor Council.

MURDOCK, JEROLD P. Henderson

History, B.S.

NANCE, MARY C. Ayden

Mathematics, B.S.

NEECE, REBECCA H. Elizabeth City

History, A.B.

NEAL, PATRICIA A. Engelhard

Education, B.S.

NEELY, PATRICIA A. Statesville

Education, B.S.

NEILL, DAVID C. Clifton Heights, Pa.

Business, B.S.

NEWMAN, JAMES B., JR. Greenville

Psychology, B.S.; East Carolinian, Sports Editor, Honor Council, Law Society, Phi Kappa Tau, Varsity Football; Cheerleader.

NEWTON, DOROTHY L. Farmville

Education, B.S.; Westminister Fellowship, Student Naitonal Education Association, Association for Childhood Education.

NICHOLSON, JUDITH A. Lumberton

Education, B.S.; Student Naitonal Education Association, Association for Childhood Education.

NOFFZ, MARY K. Hendersonville

Home Economics, B.S.; Phi Omicron, Women's Judiciary, Dean's Advisory Council, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICNA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

NOLAN, RUSSELL F. JR. Fredericksburg, Va.

Business, B.S. Air Force ROTC.

NOLAN, JAMES C. Morehead City

History, B.S.

NORFLEET, NORMAN L. Elizabeth City

History, A.B.

NORRIS, PERRY W. Durham

Music Education, B.M.E.; Marching Pirates, Symphonic Orchestra, Brass Choir.

OVERHOLTZER, TRENA Wilmington, Del.

O'BRIANT, ADELIA L. Durham

Education, B.S.

O'BRIEN, JAMES T. Attleboro, Mass.

Business, B.S.A.; Theta Chi, Treasurer.

OLDHAM, PAMELA G. Grifton

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

OLDHAM, ALVIS L. Richmond, Va.

History, A.B.

SENIORS

OLDHAM, BRENDA M. Sanford

Education, B.S.: Sigma Sigma Sigma, Dance Club, Student National Education Association.

OLSEN, RICHARD P. Bellemead, N.J.

Physics, A.B.: Math Club. Physics Club.

OSHIELD, MAE O. Princeton

Business, B.S.P.: Future Business Leaders of America.

OSTEEN, JULIA G. Asheboro

Music, B.S.M.: Sigma Alpha Iota, Concert Choir, Marching Pirates.

OTT, BETTY J. Moorefield, W. Va.

Music, B.M.E.; Sigma ALpha Iota, Symphonic Band, College Singers, Choral Union, Chapel Choir, School of Music Forum, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

OUTLAW, EDYTHE M. Dudley

Pysical Education, B.S.; Physical Education Major's Club; Women's Recreation Association; North Carolina Association for Health, Education, and Recreation.

OUTLAW, SHIRLEY S. Albertson

Education, B.S.

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OVERTON, ANNA R. Greenville

Education. B.S.

PAGE, CAROL A. Columbus

Business. B.S.: Student National Education Association, Phi Beta Lambda, Pi Omega Pi.

PAGE, PATRICIA E. Red Springs

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

PAIT, JULIA A. Bladenboro

Busness, B.S.: WECC- Radio, Phi Beta Lambda

PARKER, BRENDA C. Pollocksville

Education, B.S.; WOmen's Glee Club, Student Naitonal Education Association.

PARRISH, RONALD T. Durham

Industrial and Technical Education, B.S.; Industrial and Technical Education Club.

PASQUARIELLO, DANIEL Paterson, N.J.

Physical Education, B.S.; Varsity basketball, Sigma Nu, Physical Education Major's Club.

PASSAMONTE, FRED J. Huntington Station, N.Y.

Industrial and Technical Education, B.S.: Industrial and Technical Education Club.

PATE, LINDA K. Hope Mills

Home Economics. B.S.: Home Economics Club.

PEARCE, CAROL A. Richmond, Va.

Music. B.M.P.: Sigma Alpha Iota, Vice President, College Orchestra, Vice President.

PEARCE, JUDY R. Youngsville

Education, B.S.; Association for Childhood Education, Student National Educa- tion Association.

PEARSON, PHILLIP B. Roanoke Rapids

Business, B.S.P.

PEELE, DOUGLAS T. Ahoskie

Psychology. A.B.: Voung Democrats Club. Psychology Club, Men's Glee Club, Vice President.

PENLAND, BARBARA A. Lake Anderson, S.C,

Nursing, B.S.N.: Student Nurses Association.

PENRY, MALLIE B. Winslon-Salem

Nursing. B.S.N.

PERRY, JOAN G. Windsor

Education. B.S.: Student National Education Association, Young Democrat Club, Association for Childhood Education.

PERRY, NANCY C. Durham

Art. B.S.: National Society for Interior Designers, Delta Phi Delta.

PETTIGREW SANDRA J. Rocky Mount

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

PHELPS, CHARLES E., JR. Windsor

Mathematics, B.S.

PHILLIPS, LARRY W. Raeford

Business, A.B.: Varsity Basketball, Sigma Nu, Treasurer.

PIGOTT, BARBARA W. Gloucester

Education, B.S.; Association for Childhood Education.

PITTMAN, FAITH E. Selma

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

PITTMAN, GURNEY E., JR. Micro

Industrial and Technical Education, b.S.; Epsilon Pi Tau, Industrial Arts Club.

PITTMAN, IRVIN K. Selma

Business, B.S.A.

PITTMAN, IVEY H. Selma

Business, B.S.A.

PITTS, MARGARET L. Morganton

Home Economics, B.S.; Home Economics Club.

PIVER, THOMAS A. Tarboro

History. A.B.: King Youth Fellowship.

PLASTER, DAVID P. Patrick Springs, Va.

General Science. A.B.

POLLARD, DELPHIA B. New Bern

History, B.S.: Alpha Xi Delta, Treasurer: Phi Alpha Theta, Treasurer.

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POOLE, ALIVE C. Durham

Education, B.S.; Student Naitonal Education Association.

POPE, WILLIAM P. Roanoke Rapids

History, B.S.; Concert Choir, Men's Glee Club, Phi Mu Alpha, Young Republican Club.

PORASUPHATANA, TINRAH Roanoke, Va.

Business, B.S.A.

POTTER, JOSHUA Lowland

Physical Educaiton B.S.

POWELL, ROBERT L. Greenville

Business, B.S.A.

PRESLEY, W. EARNEST Carthage

Geography, A.B.

PRICE, CAROLYN D. Elm City

Mathematics, B.S.; CHi Beta Phi, Math Club, Student Naitonal Education Asso- ciation, King Youth Fellowship, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

PRICE, CAROLYN M. Winston-Salem

Art and Interior Design, A.B.; National Society of Interior Designers.

PRITCHARD, JOHN R., JR. Henderson

Business, B.s.

PRITCHETT, WILLIAM W. Virginia Beach, Va.

Political Science, A.B.

PRIVETTE, PHILLIP M. Zebulon

Industrial and Technical Education, B.S.; Air Force ROTC, Phi Kappa Tau, Men's Honor Council.

PROCTOR, JOSEPH F. Hertford

Industrial and Technical Education, B.S.; Alpha Phi Omega, Sergeant-at-Arms.

PRYOR, ELIZABETH A. Fayetteville

Education, B.S.; Aquanymphs, Angel Flight, Association for Childhood Education.

PULLEY, CHARLIE H., JR. Greenville

Social Studies, B.S.; Varsity Golf Team, Men's Honor Council, History Club, Phi ALpha Theta, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVER- SITIES.

PURVIS, KATHERINE A. Robersonville

Home Economics, B.S.: Phi Omicron.

QUINLIVAN, MICHAEL J. Pensacola, Fla.

Psychology, A.B,: Alpha Phi Omega, Canterbury Club.

QUINN, ROBERT W. Newport

Geography, A.B.: Lambda Chi Alpha, Gamma Theta Upsilon.

RABEL, EDWARD T. Wyoming, Pa.

Business, B.S.

RACHMEL, LEE W. Prince George, Va.

Psychology, A.B.: Air Tau Sigma,

RAMEY, JAY P. Rockingham

Business, B.S.: Lambda Chi Alpha

RAMMEL, WILLIAM A. Bridgeton, N.J.

Business, B S.

RANES, NELL G. Williamsburg, Va.

Mathematics. B S.: Alpha Xi Delta. Chi Beta Phi.

RANES, WESSE C. III Williamsburg, Va.

Business, B.S.: Sigma Phi Epsilon.

RATCLIFF, LEE J. Pantego

History, B.S.: History Club, Young Republican Club.

RAY, HORACE A. Williamston

Psychology, A.B.

RAYBOURN, LELAND W. Hampton, Va.

Sociology. A.B.

RAYNOR, JAMES R., JR. Clinton

Health and Physical Education, B.S.; Varsity Baseball, Phi Epsilon Kappa.

REASON, SUDIE M. Jamesville

Business, B.S.

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REAVES, DONALD J. Terre Haute, Ind.

Business, B.S.A.

REAVIS, MYRA J. Warrenton

Nursing, B.S.N.: Student Nurses Association.

REDDING, CELINE B. Annadale, Va.

Sociology, A.B.: Sociology Club, Secretary; Collegiate Tutorial Society.

REDFREN, G. CARRLEETA Albemarle

Education, B.S.: Sigma Sigma Sigma; Junior Class, Secretary; Student National Education Association.

REID, TIMOTHY W. Rockingham

Business. A.B.: Society for Advancement of Management.

REID, VIRGINIA G. Hockessin, Del.

Education, B.S.; WOmen's Glee Club, Alpha Phi.

REIESNYDER, JANE E. Alexandria, Va.

Education, B.S.

RENFROW, CAMELLIA Kenly

Education, B.S.; Student National Education Association, Young Republican Club, Gamma Beta Phi, Associatino for Childhood Education.

SENIORS

RHEW, WALTER E. Burlington

Business, B.S.A.

RHODES, SUSAN J. Joppa, Md.

Psychology, A.B.

RICE, FRANK L. Sunbury

Physical Education, B.S.; Men's Judiciary; Dean's Advisory Council; Inter- Dormitory COuncil, Varsity baseball; S.G.A.-Vice-President; Ring Committee Chairman; Chairman of Appeals Board; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COL- LEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

RICHARDSON, R. JANICE Mayodan

Business, B.S.; Delta Zeta Panhellenic Council, Student National Education Asso- ciation, Phi Beta Lambda, Women's Judiciary.

RIDEOUT, EDITH C. Mebane

Home Economics, B.S.

RIMMER, FRANCES I. Hurdle Mills

Education, B.S.; Association for Childhood Education, Historian; Student National Education Association; Gamma Beta Phi.

RIPPARD, JOSEPH D. Clearwater, Fla.

Industrial Arts, B.S.; Epsilon Pi Tau, College Union, Homecoming Committee.

RISNER, MARY Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Education, B.S.; Student Naitonal Education Association.

RIVENBARK, BURNEY R. Greenville

Business, B.S.A.

ROBERSON, TOMMY E. Robersonville

Business, B.S.; Arnold Air Society.

ROBERTS, BERKLEY C. Greenville

Geography, A.B.; Air Force ROTC, Drill Team, Alpha Phi Omega.

ROBERTS, BOBBY E. Willow Springs

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

ROBESON, LAURIE R. White Oak

English and Library Science, B.S.; Library Club, Student National Education Association.

ROESON, MARILYN L. Alexandria, Va.

Education, B.S.

ROGERS, PHYLLIS K. Sanford

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

ROGERS, W. JAMES Warrenton

Business, B.S.A.; Alpha Phi Omega, Treasurer.

ROSIER, DOUGLAS B. Greensboro

Geography, B.S.; Math Club, Air Force ROTC, Arnold Air Society.

ROSS, NELLIE R. Greenville

French, B.S.

ROSS, PATRICIA A. Durham

Business, B.S.; Women's Glee Club, Phi Beta Lambda.

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ROUSE, ERNEST F. Kinston

History, B.S.

ROUSE, FRANCES M. Wallace

Science, B.S.; Freshman Class Treasurer, President of Fletcher Hall North.

ROWELL, CECELIA J. Charlotte

Music, B.M.E.; Orchestra, Secretary; Chapel Choir.

RUBELIN, WALTER J. Holly Ridge

Mathematics, B.S.; Math Club; Chi Beta Phi, President; Baptist Student Union, Treasurer.

RUFFIN, EARLE S. Ahoskie

Primary Education, B.S.; Chi Omega, Freshman Class Secretary, Senior Class Secretary, Student National Education Association.

RUSS, STUART H., JR. Norfolk, Va.

Business, B.S.

SANDERSON, ED W. Morehead City

Business Administration, B.S.

SANDERSON, GARY D. Seven Springs

Education, B.S.: Student National Education Associatin, Air Force ROTC.

SANDERSON, JOHN R. Tarboro

Chemistry, A.B.

STACHELL, LOU E. Chestertown, Md.

Accounting. B.S.

SATTERFIELD, BENTON E. Goldsboro

Industrial and Technical Education, B.S.; Epsilon Phi Tau, Treasurer; Industrial and Technical Education Club. King Youth Fellowship.

SAUERBIER, ROSEMARY T. Chesapeake, Va.

Primary Education, B.S.: Alpha Phi, Student Legislator, Association for Childhood Education.

SAULS, MARY C. Clayton

Primary Education, B.S.; Student Legislator, Student Naitonal Education Associa- tion, Association for Childhood Education, Chi Omega.

SAULS, TONY R. Garner

Physical Education, B.S.

SAUNDERS, JANE D. New London

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

SAVAGE, LINDA P. LaGrange

Art, B.S.

SAWYER, SOPHIE S. Elizabeth City

Biology, A.B.

SCAFF, BARBARA A. Moyock

Sociology, A.B.; East Carolinian, Canterbury

SCHLEGEL, GARY L. Stevens, Pa.

Business Administration, B.S.A.; Society for the Advancement of Management.

SCHLICK, ELIZABETH P. Gloucester

Psychology, A.B. Gamma Beta Phi

SCHOENER, RICHARD A. Massapeova Park, N.Y.

Business Administration, B.S.

SCHRUM, PAUL M. JR. Manassas, Va.

Music, B.M.E.; Phi Mu Alpha, Vice-President, President; Orchestra; Marching Pirates; SGA Fine Arts Committee.

SCHWAB, JANET A. Garden City, N.Y.

Business, B.S.; Orientation Counselor.

SCHWERTFEGER, JAY P. Manassas, Va.

History, A.B.

SCOTT, DONALD G. Winston Salem

Business Administration, B.S.; Delta Sigma Pi.

SCULL, SHERYL Falls Church, Va.

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

SETTLE, DAVID M. Winston Salem

History, B.S.

SEWARD, STEVEN C. Roosevelt, N.Y.

Business Administration, A.B.; Alpha Phi Omega, Vice-President; President of C.U. Bowling League, Men's Glee Club.

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SEYMOUR, JANE F. Sanford

Primary Education. B.S.: Transfer from Queens College. Student National Educa- tion Association. Association for Childhood Education, College Chorale.

SHARPE, LINDA F. Washington. D.C.

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

SHAW, CLYDE T. Jr. Asheboro

Business, B.S.A.

SHEARIN, EARL C. Jr. Rocky Mount

Business Administration, B.S.A.

SHEARIN. GERRY W. Nashville

Primary Education. B.S.

SHELDON, JOHN W. Wilmington, Del.

Business Administration, B.S.: Air Force ROTC, Flight Instniction Program.

SHERMAN, GEORGE L. High Point

Elementary Education, B.S.; Inter-Dormitory Council; Inter-Dormitory Court; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Vice President; Marching Pirates; Student National Education Associa- tion,

SHORKEY, SANDRA M. Elizabeth City

Primary Education, B.S.

SIEGFRIED, RONALD R. Kutztown, Pa.

History, A.B.: Air Force ROTC, Flight Instruction Program.

SIKES, PAUL L. II Greensboro

Industrial and Technical Education, B.S.: Epsilon Pi Tau, Men's Glee Club, Indus- trial and Technical Education Club, Swimming Team.

SIMMONS, ALMERIA M. Elon College

Primary Education, B.S.: Faculty Evaluation Committee. Student National Educa- tion Association, Association for Childhood Education, Social Chairman of the Baptist Student Union.

SIMMONS, BETTY A. Greenville

Elementary Education, B.S.: Student National Education Association, Association for Childhood Education.

SIMMONS, DONALD K. Goldsboro

Geography. A.B.: Lambda Chi Alpha. Tennis. Cheerleader, Gamma Theta Upsilon.

SIMPSON, SALTER S. Gretna, Va.

Business Administration, A.B.

SIMS, BEVERLY E. Jacksonville Beach, Fla.

Psychology, A.B.: Religious and Social Committee, Fletcher Hall.

SKILES, MARVIN D. Plymouth

Sociology, A.B.

SMALL, ANNA L. Bethesda, Md.

Psychology, A.B,: Psychology Club, Social Committee, Religious Committee. Modern Dance Club,

SMITH, ALETHIA J. Raleigh

Music, B,M,: Sigma Alpha Iota, Angel Flight, Concert Choir, Choral Union, Opera Theatre.

SMITH, ANNIE M. Sanford

Biology, B.S.

SMITH, BRENDA C. Rocky Mount

Art, B.S.; Treasurer of Delta Phi Delta.

SMITH, BRENDA L. Raleigh

History, A B.: Alpha Xi Delta, Historian; Sociology Club; Inter-Religious Council, Secretary.

SMITH, GAIL C. Rocky Mount

Primary Education, B.S,: East Carolinian, The Key, Student National Education Association, Chi Omega.

SMITH, GERALD G. Haw River

Physical Education, B.S.: Basketball. Pi Kappa Alpha.

SMITH, GLENDA J. Perry, Fla.

Music Education, B.M.: Marching Pirates, Symphonic Band, Varsity band, Wind Ensemble, Sigma Alpha Iota, Choral Union.

SMITH, JACK B. Wilson

Business, B.S.A. : Air Force ROTC.

SMITH, JAMES L. Mocksville

Business, B.S.P.

SMITH, LANNIS E. Kenly

Physical Education, B.S.: Basketball, Baseball, Phi Epsilon Kappa, Physical Edu- cation Major's Club, Psychology Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

SENIORS

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SMITH, MARY F. Greenville

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

SMITH, SALLY A. Nashville

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

SMITH, SEAN F. New Bern

Primary Education, B.S.; Gamma Beta Phi, Student National Education Associa- tion, Student North Carolina Education Association.

SNITEMAN, STEPHEN B. Staunton, Va.

Psychology, A.B.; Student Governmentn Association, President, Vice-President, President's Cabinet, Executive Committee; Chariman of Entertainment Committee, Homecoming Parade, Ring Committee, Review Board; Men's Judiciary, Air Force, ROTC, Kappa Alpha Order, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

SPEIGHT, JOHN L. Greenville

History, B.S.

SPEIR, RAWLEY, G. Morganton

Business, B.S.A.; Socity for the Advancement of Management.

SPRINGS, ELANOR A. Charlotte

Business Administration, B.S.

STAFFORD, GRACE A. Greenville

Mathematics, A.B.

STAFFORD, PATRICIA J. Oak Ridge

Art, A B.: National Society of Interior Designers, Secretary-Treasurer.

STALKER, SHARON E. Woodstock, Va.

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

STANCIL, JAMES G. Wilson

Science. B S.

STANLEY, PHYLLIS K. Clarendon

Education, B.S.; Student National Education Association, Baptist Student Union, Library Club.

STAPLES, DENNIS S. Laurinburg

Political Science. A.B Inter-Dormitory Coucil, Freshman Trakc, Young Demo- crat Club.

STARNES, MICHAEL H. Asheville

Art, B.F.A.: Delta Phi Delta, President; Phi Sigma Pi, Pledge Master; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND LFNIVERSITIES.

STEADMAN, JUDITH C. Williamston

Home Economic's, B.S : Student National Education Association, Secretary, Treas- urer; Home Economics Club.

STEED, WILLIAM P. Robbins

History, B.S.; Pi Kappa Alpha, President; Interfraternity Council.

STEELE, RITCHIE D. Waxhaw

English. B.S.: Buccaneet, Campus Life Editor, Organizations Editor.

STEPHENSON, GLORIA E. Willow Springs

Business Education. B.S.: Pi Omega Pi, President; Gamma Beta Phi, Secretary, State Treasurer; Secretary of Flemming Hall; Secretary of College Union; Student National Education Association; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

STEPHENSON, JAMES T. Murfreesboro

Business, B S.

STEPHENSON, JANE P. Newport News, Va.

Music Education, B.M.; Delta Zeta. President; Marshal; Sigma Alpha Iota; Concert Choir; Orche: ICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

STEPHENSON, SANDRA C. Angier

Nursing. B S.N.: Nurses Club

STEWART, DONALD A. Sanford

Accounting, B.S.A.

STEWART, JOAN G. Jacksonville

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

STEWART, THOMAS A. Greensboro

Industrial and Technical Education A.B.; Circle K Club, Industrial and Techical Education Club.

STITH, LAURENCE A. JR. New Bern

Music, B.M.

STOKES, ELLA G. Stokes

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

STOKES, FRANCES N. Grimesland

Business, B.S.; Pi Omega Pi.

STONE, SUSAN A. Durham

Art, A.B.

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STORTER, JEANNA L. Naples, Fla.

Philosophy, A.B.: Philosophy Club, Buccaneer, East Carolinian.

STOTT, THOMAS C. Norfolk, Va.

Business, B.S.A.: Alpha Phi Omega.

STRICKLAND, LINDA D. Middlesex

History and English. B.S.

STRICKLAND, PEGGY R. Battleboro

Psychology, A.B.

SULLIVAN, LINDA F. Selma

Education, B.S.; Association for Childhood Education, Student National Educa- tion Association.

SUMNER, BRENDA W. Milwaukee

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

SENIORS

SUMPTER, GUY P. Havelock

Political Science, A.B.; Air Force ROTC

SURLES, HUGH S. Rocky Mount

Business, B.S.A.; Delta Sigma Pi, Vice-President.

SWINDELL, THEMA K. Leaksville

Home Economics, b.S.; Delta Zeta, modern Dance Club, home Economics Club, Student National Education Association, Women's Recreation Association.

SWINSON, ALLEN S. Dudley

Health and Physical Education. B.S.: Alpha Phi Omega, Phi Epsilo Omeg.i. Phi Epsilon Kappa.

SYKES, PATRICIA A. Portsmouth, Va.

Business, A.B.

SYMONS, KATHERINE M. Elizabeth City

Education, B.S.; Association for Childhood Education, Student National Educa- tion Association.

TART, ROSE A. Newton Grove

Education, B.S.: College Union Committee, Student National Education Associa- tion.

TAYLOR, JAMES C. Lumberton

Psychology. A.B,: Psychology Club. P

TAYLOR, WILLIAM C. Tarboro

Business. B.S.: Society for Advancement of Management.

TEAGUE, LARRY T. Burlington

Industrial Arts, B.S.: Circle K. Industrial Arts Club.

TEEL, BENNIE E. Greenville

English and French, A.B.; Men's Glee Club; Sigma Tau Sigma; East Carolinian Managing Editor. Nesis Editor; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

TEER, ROBERT D. Durham

Business. A.B.: Society For The Advancement Of Management,

TEER, WILLIAM S. Durham

Psychology, A.B.

TEMPLE, LANDON S. Jarratt, Va.

Music, B.M.E,: Theta Chi, president; Marching Pirates, Symphonic Band, Inter- Fraternity Council.

TEMPLES, RODGER D. Walkertown

Business, B.S.

TERPENNING, MARSHA J. Greenville

Education, B.S.; Women's Chorus, Newman Club.

TERRELL, WILLIAM I. Ahoskie

Industrial and Technical Education

TETTERTON, AUGUSTA R. Washington

Education, B.S.; Gamma Beta Phi, Vice-President; Association for Childhood Education, President.

TEU, MARY M. Arlington, Va.

Art and English, A B , B.S.: Student National Education Association; Alpha Delta Pi; Psychology Club; The Rebel, Copy Editor.

TEW, CAROLYN A. Jamesville

French; B.S,: Alpha Xi Delta.

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THARRINGTON, JAMES D. Louisburg

Industrial and Technical Education, B.S.; Kappa Alpha.

THOMAS, EDNA C. Williamston

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

THOMAS, MARSHA L. Washington, D.C.

Art. B.S.

THOMAS, NANCY C. Farmville

Education, B.S.: Alpha Xi Delta, Association for Childhood Education, Student National Education Association, Women's Judiciary.

THOMAS, RICHARD P. Arlington, Va.

Geography, A B.: Gamma Theta Upsilon.

THOMAS, STEPHEN A. New Bern

Business, B.S.A.

THOMPSON, LINDA L. Goldsboro

Business, B.S.: Pi Omega Pi.

THOMPSON, WALLACE E. Eastern, Md.

Political Science, A.B.: Theta Chi, Young Republican Club.

THORNTON, VIOLET R. Mount Olive

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

TILLETT, ROBERT C. Virginia Beach, Va.

Business and Economics, B.S.

TILLMAN, MARY L. Wadesboro

Home Economics, B.S.: Home Economics Club,

TIMBERLAKE, MARILYN J. Youngsville

Psychology, A.B.: Alpha Delta Pi, Secretary; Panhellenic, Secretary; Cheerleader, Women's Recreation Association; Psychology Club.

TIMBERLAKE, OTIS E. Jr. Boehomsville, Va.

Physical Education. B.S.: Sigma Phi Epsilon, Physical Education Major's Club.

TINSLEY, LORA S. Havelock

Art, B.S.: Women's Glee Club, Student National Education Association, Nation- al Society of Interior Designers.

TOLLESON, LILLIAN E. Saint Matthews, S.C.

Education, B.S.

TOLLEY, S. ROLAND Edenton

History, B.S.; Theta Chi, Phi Sigma Pi, Phi ALpha Theta, SGA External Affairs Committee.

TOMLINSON, JAMES H. Winston Salem

Chemistry, A B.

TOSTO, EDWIN E. Jr. Greenville

Business, B.S.: Young Republican Club, Kappa Sigma

TOTTEN, BANKS T. Jr. Greenville

Industrial and Technical Education, B.S.: Industrial and Technical Education Club, Secretary; Epsilon Pi Tau, Secretary.

TOWNSEND, HENRY K. Springfield. Va.

Economics. A.B.: Rebel. Business Manager, Managing Editor; Wesley Foundation, President, Delta Sigma Pi; Phi Sigma Pi.

TOWNSEND, TERRY D. Bernardsville, N.J.

History, A.B.; Young Republican Club, Men's Glee Club, Varsity Band, C.U. Bowling League.

TRACY, MARGARET V. Greenville

Music B.M.: Orchestra. Choral Union. Chamber Orchestra.

TRUITT, ROBERT E. New Bern

Mathematics, B.S.: Industrial Arts Club, Mens Glee Club, Chi Beta Phi.

TUCKER, JOSHUA I. Grifton

Industrial and Technical Education, B.S.

TUCKER, WANDA E. Albemarle

Primary Education, B.S.

TUGWELL, JEWEL M. Farmville

Education, B.S.

TUNNELL, VIRGINIA R. Elizabeth City

Music, B.M.E.; Marching Pirates, College Singers, Concert Choir, Sigma Alpha Iota.

TUNSTALL, BETTY L. Apex

Library Science, Egnlish, B.S.; Library Club, Student National Education As- sociation.

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TURNER, HUBERT M. Mebane

History, B.S., Mens Glee Club; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia.

TWITTY, TOMMY E. Warrenton

Physical Education. B.S.

TYER, CHARLIE B. Fountain

Political Science, A.B.: Phi Sigma Pi.

TYER, JIMMY H. Pinetown

Physical Education, B.S.: Physical Education Major's Club.

TYER, SUE W. Bath

English. B.S.

UPCHURCH, KAREN L. Four Oaks

Education, B.S.: Student National Education Association

UPCHURCH, LARRY B. Raleigh

Political Science, A.B.: Inter-Dormitory Council, Model United Nations.

UPTON, BILL L. Rockingham

Physical Education, B.S.: King Youth Fellowship, Varsity Basketball

UTSEY, TINA D. Wilmington

Art, B.F.A.: Society of Interior Designers.

VAN BUREN, PATRICIA N. Roanoke, Va.

Psychology, A.B.: Phychology Club. Sociology Club.

VINCENT, CHARLES A. Greenville

Physical Education, B.S.: Lambda Chi Alpha, Math Club, Majors Club.

VIVERETTE, JAMES S. Enfield

Business, A.B.: Varsity Football, Kappa Alpha.

WADE, REBECCA S. Wildwood

Art, B.S.: Chapel Choir, Women's Chorus.

WALD, EARL A. Greensboro

Business, B.S.A.; Lacrosse; Alpha Epsilon Pi, President; Hebrew Youth Fellow- ship, President; Inter-Fraternity Council; Inter-Religious Council.

WALL, CARL B. Raleigh

Industrial and Technical Education. B.S.; Industrial and Technical Education Club.

WALL, KATHERINE H. Fayetteville

English, B.S.: Angel Flight, Aquanymphs

WALTER, HARRY J. West Chester, Pa.

Business. B.S.

WALTERS, RUSSEL R. Lewistown, Pa.

Business, A.B.: Attorney General-President's Cabinet, Chiarman of Student Party, Men's Honor Council.

WALTON, LOUIS E. Arlington, Va.

Physical Education, B.S.: Lambda Chi Alpha, Head Cheerleader.

WARREN, JAMES M. Oxford

Business, B.S.A.

WATERS, BETTY L. Pinetown

Business, B.S.: Gamma Beta Phi, Phi Beta Lambda, 'Women's Judiciary, Stu- dent National Education Association.

WATKINS, GARY D. Durham

Physical Education, B.S.: Physical Education Major's Club

WATSON, JULIA G. Kowland

Business, A.B.: Westminster Fellowship.

WEBBER, BRENDA G. Greenville

Biology, B.S,: Young Democrat Club, Inter-Religion Council.

WEBER, JOHN C. Pennsanken, N.J.

History, A.B.

WEBSTER, KAREN A. Annadale, Va.

Psychology, A.B.: Alpha Delta Pi.

WELDON, CAROLYN C. Lousiburg

Home Economics, B.S.: Home Economics Club.

WELLS, CARROLL L. Semora

Business, B.S. Phi Beta Lambda, Delta Sigma Pi.

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WELTY, LESTER F. Charlotte

Grammar Education, B.S.; Men's Judiciary, Air Force ROTC.

WEST, CYNTHIA L. Greenville

Interior Design, B.F.A.; East Carolinina, Secretary of Delta Phi Delta, Presi- dent of national Society for Interior Designers, Judo Club.

WEST, JENNIFER JOY Kinston

Home Economics, B.S.; Vice President of Delta Zeta, Vice President of Gamma Beta Phi, Home Economics Club, Student Counselor, Orientation Counselor, Stu- dent National Education Association, Secretary of Wesley FOundation, Buccaneer staff.

WEST, MICHAEL LEE Greenville

Psychology, A.B.; Transfer Student from Wilmington College, N.C.; Psychology Club

WESTBROOK, OLIVER M. Mebane

Business Administration, B.S.A.

WHALEY, TIMOTHY J. Beulaville

Industrial Tehnology, B.S.; Men's Glee Club, Industrial Arts Club.

WHEELER, ANNE C. Wilson

English, B.S.; Young Democrats Club, Buccaneer Staff, Dormitory Officer, Sigma Tau Delta.

WHEELER, FRANCES G. Wadesboro

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

SENIORS

WHEELER, JAMES C. Wilson

Business Administration, B.S.

WHITE, BARBARA G. Swansboro

Mathematics, B.S.; Alpha Zi Delta, Math Club.

WHITE, JOSEPH L. JR. Lumberton

Business Administration, A.B.; Treasurer of Lambda Chi Alpha.

WHITEHURST, BETTY R. Oxford

Nursing, B.S.N.; Student Nurses Association.

WHITEHURST, JONATHAN Beaufort

History, B.S.

WHITEMAN, ANNIE LAURA Edenton

Primary Education, B.S.; Secretary of Women's Hall, Student Counselor, As- sociation for Childhood Education, Student National Education Association, Gamma Beta Phi.

WHITESELL, PRISCILLA Whitsett

elementary Education, B.S.; National Education Association.

WHITLEY, MARGARET E. Como

Home Economics, B.S.; Home Economics Club.

WILCOX, DAVID E. Dengigh, Va.

Physical Education, B.S.; Wrestling Team.

WILKINSON, MARGOT A. Durham

Art, B.F.A.; Delta Phi Delta, Vice President.

WILLIAMS, ALICE S. Hartstown, Pa.

Ceramics, B.F.A.; Delta Phi Delta, Aqua Nymphs.

WILLIAMS, DAVID E. Merritt

English, B.S.

WILLIAMS, DUDLEY B. JR. Oxford

Business Administration, B.S.

WILLIAMS, EMMA G. New Bern

French, B.S.; Student National Educaiton Association.

WILLIAMS, JANET D. Highland Springs, Va.

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

WILLIAMS, ROMMA G. Mount Olive

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

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SENIORS

WILLIAMS, RUTH A. Princeton

Business, B.S.: Society for the Advancement of management, Pi Omega Pi, King Youth Fellowship.

WILLIS, EVERETT G. Davis

Mathematics, A.B.: Gamma Beta Phi, Math Club.

WILLS, NANCY S. Hopewell, Va.

Art, B.S.

WILSON, EARL C. Wake Forest

Physical Education, B.S.; Phi Beta Lambda, Delta Sigma Pi, Physical Education Major's Club.

WILSON, FLORENCE C. Mount Olive

Art, B.S.; Alpha Delta Pi.

WINDHAM, CHARLOTTE L. Burlington

Education, B.S.; WOmen's Recretation Asociation, Treasurer of East Garrett Hall.

WINDHAM, MARCIA L. Gastonia

Biology, A.B.: Chi Beta Phi

WINDLEY, LOUISA A. Williamston

Home Economics, B.S.; Home Economics Club.

WINDOM, SONDRA L. Farmville

Primary Education, B.S.; Orientation Counselor, Student Na- tional Education Association, Assoication for Childhood Education, Women's Recreation Associaiton, Chi Beta Phi.

WINFIELD, GEORGIA A. Pantego

History, B.S.

WINSTON, SAMUEL C. Durham

Busines Administration, B.S.A.; Marching Pirates, Sym- phonic Band, Karate Team.

WISHART, JOHN E. Lumberton

Business Administration, B>S.A.; Lambda Chi Alpha, Treas- urer; Interfraternity Council, Treasurer.

WOMACK, SARAH W. Greensboro

Music, B.M.

WOMBLE, ANDREW G. Cary

Accounting, A.B; Young Republican Club, Circle K Club.

WOOD, BRUCE B. Clayton

Business, B.S.

WOODLEY, BRENDA L. Kinston

English, B.S.

WOOTEN, TIMOTHY M. Macclesfield

Political Science, A.B; Air Force RoTC.

WORTHINGTON, CHARLOTTE Greenville

Nursing, b.S.N.; Student Nurses Assocation, Secretary, President; WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

WRENN, MARY I. Franklinton

HOme Economics, B.S.; Gamma beta Phi, Home Economics Club, Women's Glee Club.

WRIGHT, CARYOL A. Lynchburg, Va.

English, Philosophy A.B.; Philosophy Club, Rebel.

WRIGHT, DAN H. Greenville

Business Administration, B.S.A.; Pi Kappa Alpha, President.

WRIGHT, LINDA L. Clinton

English, b.S.; Free Will baptist Youth Fellowship; Sigma Tau Delta, Historian; Student National EducaTIon Assocaiton, Alternate College Marshal.

YEZIERSKI, JULIE A. Williamsburg, Va.

Business. B.S.: Women's Chorus, Nurses Club,

YOPP, SARAH A. Charlotte

Education B,S.: Alpha Delta Pi, Vice-President; SGA- Secretary, Legislator, Presi- dent's Cabinet, Executive Council; East Carolinian. Sophomore Class Secretary; Model UN Secretariat: WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

YOUNG, REBEKAH, A. Farmville

Business Education, B.S.

YOUNG, VIRGINIA L. Charlotte

Nursing. B.S.N.: Student Nurses Association.

ZEPUL, ANITA J. Annadale, Va.

Business, B.S.; Alpha Delta Pi, Social Chairman, Chap- lain; East Carolinian. Greek Editor; SGA Legislator; Biie-

ZIBELIN, SANDRA I. Wallace

Art, B.S. National Society for Interior Designers, North Carolina Education Association.

ZICKLER, SANDRA C. High Point

Business Administration. A.B.: Gamma Beta Phi, C.U. Bowl- ing League.

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Class of 1968

Martin Lassiter, President; Cathy Bateman, Treasurer; Judith Joyner, Secretary; Bill Dryden, Vice-President.

Sincere juniors reached the half-way mark. They were eager for the final lap of their college careers at the New East Carolina College. Life plans began to take shape. Feelings of inadequaq' passed. Success brought both excitement and pangs of sorrow. For college life, much too short, passed quickly. Next year will be their last year to witness the growth of their alma mater.

239






ABESSINIO, GINO M. Wilmington, Del.

ABEVOUNIS, MARGUERITE Washington

ADAMEE, BILLIE J. Charlotte

ADAMS, DANA K. Greensboro

ADAMS, DOUGLAS L. Springfield, Va.

ADAMS, GALE E. Pantego

ADAMS, LINDA J. Greenville

ADCOCK, ALPHA W. JR. Lillington

ALLEN, BETSY A. Farmville

ALLEN, MARGARET M. Maxton

ALLIGOOD, ALICE R. Washington

ALLIGOOD, LINDON L. Washington

ALLIGOOD. MIRIAM L. Washington

ALLRED, CHARLES S. Asheboro

ALPHIN, EVA M. Mount Olive

ANDERSON, ELIZABETH J. Enfield

ANDERSON, HILDEGARDE Glen Ridge, N.J.

ANDERSON, RICHARD E. Tarboro

ANDERSON, SUSAN Wilmington

ANDREWS, IDA C. Hampton

APPLEBY, DONALD J. Trenton

APPLEWHITE, WALTER B. Fayetteville

ARCAND, ANDRE T. Springfield, Va.

ARMSTRONG, BETTY S. Rocky Mount

ARNETTE, DIANNE L. Alexandria, Va.

JOHNNY MATHIS HEADS SPRING ENTERTAINMENT.

AUSTIN, ANDREW Y. Waynesboro, Va.

AUSTIN, GWENDOLYN I. Winston-Salem

AUSTIN, WILLIAM H. JR. Hatteras

AVENT, BEVERLY J. Whitakers

BACH, WAYNE M. Arlington, Va.

BAILEY, STEVE C. Kendall Park, N.J.

BAKER, BETTY L. Rocky Mount

BAKER, HOMER T. Charlotte

BAKER, LARRY T. Colerain

BAKER, REGINALD F. Hertford

BAKER, SUSAN C. Arlington. Va.

BALKCUM, JLIDY C. Garland

BARBEE, JUANITA B. Charlotte

BARBOUR, BEVERLY E. Benson

BARBOUR, DENNIS R. Raleigh

BARBOUR, DIANE H. Benson

BARNES, ELIZABETH A. Bladenboro

BARNES, JUDITH A. Wilson

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BARNES, PAULETTE M. Roanoke Rapids

BARNETT, BRUCE W. Ramsey, N.J.

BARNETT, KAY A. Arlington, Va.

BARNETTE, PATRICIA D. Richmond, Va.

BARNHILL, ROY L. Burgaw

BARRINGTON, THOMAS L. Grimesland

HARROW, REBECCA A. Snow Hill

BARWICK, LYNN P. Seven SPrings

BASS, DAVID A. Seaboard

BASS, PATRICIA M. Salemburg

BASS, REBECCA H. Charlotte

BASSFORD, ANNA M. Alexandria, Va.

BATEMAN, JUDY D. Jacksonville

BATEMAN, KATHRYN L. Greensboro

BATES, FREDERICK S. Tampa, Fla.

BATES, MARGARET C. Gloucester, Va.

BATTISTO, MARY N. Hyattsville, Mo.

BEAMAN, MARGARET A. Dudley

JUNIORS

BEAMAX, MARSHA H. Wilson

BEASLEY, SAMUEL E. Louisburg

BEATTY, STUART A. Arlington, Va.

BECTON, HUGH G. Kinston

BEETY, GILBERT T. Tom's River, N.J.

BELL, DORIS A Pilot Mountain

BENNETT, PATRICIA S. London, Eng.

BENTON, BONNIE B. Belvidere

BENTON, STEPHEN B. Arlington, Va.

BERG, RONNIE J. Alexandria, Va.

BERRY, CAROLYN P. Clarkton

BILBRO, JAMES B. Greensboro

BISSETTE, CHARLES B. Greenville

BLACK, HARRY B. McLean, Va

BLACKBURN, JAMES W. Winston-Salem

BLACKBURN, WALTER W. Fuquay

BLACKLEY, ANNE L. Franklinton

BLACKLEY, LYDIA C. Farmville

BLANCHARD, ALBERT C. Falls Church, Va.

BLAND, IRA T. Wallace

BLICK, BARRY A. Raleigh

BLUE, JOHN W. Richmond, Va.

BOAZ, DOLORES Fairmont

BOBBITT, NANCY B. Henderson

BOHMULLER, FREDERICK Newport

BONNEVIE, ROSEMARY Charlotte

BOSTIC, SANDRA M. Ahoskie

BOTTOMS, FRANCES O. Elm City

BOTTOMS, FRIEDA R. Charlotte

BOUTWELL, CONNIE E. Goldsboro

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BOWDEN, BEVERLY J. High Point

BOWDEN, BONITA D. Butnet

BOWLES, LINDA J. Newport News, Va.

BOWMAN, JERRY L. Hickory

BOYD, JANICE M. Goldsboro

BOYD, ROBERT H. Pinetown

BOYETTE, CLEON E. Jr. Kenly

BOYETTE, EDDY L. Lucama

BOYETTE, JANET R. Zebulon

BOYLES, IRA W. Rural Hall

BRADFORD, JUDITH L. Columbia, S.C.

BRANCH, MARY R. Elizabeth City

JUNIORS

BRANDON, DENNECIA L. Winston-Salem

BREARY, JONATHAN L. Newport

BRAY, LUCY S. Elizabeth City

BREEDLOVE, IRVIN P. JR. Durham

BRICKHOUSE, LORETTA M. Harbinger

BRIDGERS, JOAN A. Durham

BRIDGES, DAVID A. Cherry Point

BRIGHT, DANNY L. Burlington

BRINKLEY, ANNE C. Henderson

BRINSON, JAMES W. Fayetteville

BRITE, FRANCES L. Elizabeth City

BRITT, JANIS D. Stanley

BRITT, MARY S. Clinton

BRITT, SANDRA L. Fayetteville

BROCK, EDITH M. Raeford

BROCK, RONALD O. Goldsboro

BROOKS, BENIAMIN L. Harkers Island

BROWN, BRENDA S. Beulaville

BROWN, DANNY L. Teachey

BROWN, DOROTHY J. Greenville

BROWN, JESSIE D. New Bern

BROWN, JUSTIN L. III Hillsborough

BROWN, PATRICIA A. Annandale, Va.

BROWN, THOMAS E. Greenville

BRYANT, KENNETH S. Greenville

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EAST CAROLINA HOSTS COMMITTEE TO EVALUATE READINESS FOR UNIVERSITY STATUS.

BUCK, REBECCA S. Greenville

BULLA, LINDA R. Graham

BULLARD, MARY A. Hope Mills

BULLOCK, BRENDA L. Richmond, Va.

BUNCH, JOHN N. Edenton

BLINTING, ANNIE L. Greenville

BURAWSKI, WILLIAM H. Wilmington, Del.

BURNETTE, DIANA D. New Bern

BURNEY, KATHERINE J. Clarkton

BURRIS, PAMELA Albemarle

BYERLY, RONALD B. Charlotte

BYRD, FRANKLIN D. Fayetteville

BYRUM, HOWARD M. Greenville

BYRUM, WILLIE C. Corapeake

CAIN, RONALD N. Altamahaw

CALLICUTT, CHARLES D. Huntersville

CALLIS, LORRAINE. H. Hampton, Va.

CAMERON, CELIA A. Broadway

CAMERON, MARY L. Roanoke Rapids.

CAMPBELL, EARNEST F. Williamson, W. Va.

CAMPBELL, HOWARD E. Greensboro

CANADY, MONA L. Richlands

CANNON, EVELYN P. St. Augustine Fla.

CARD, ADELE R. New Bern

CARMICHAEL, BEVERLY S. Rocky Mount

CARPENTER, MICHAEL R. Greenville

CARRAWAY, DORA J. Snow Hill

CARSON, JOHN F Greenville

CARTER, BEVERLY J. Midway Park

CARTER, DONALD L. Fayetteville

CARTER, PATRICIA A. Shallotte

CARTER, WILLIAM C. Norlina

CARWILE, MARY H. Kinston

CARTWRIGHT, MARTHA E. Elizabeth City

CASHWELL, JOHN C. Autryville

CAULEY, WILLIAM D. New Bern

CANANAUGH, ANNETTE W. Richlands

CAVENAUGH, LINDA R. Chinquapin

CAVENDISH, MICHAEL E. Greenville

CHAMBERS, DIANA L. Jacksonville

CHANDLER, ANNE E. Rocky Mount

CHANDLER, LYNN B. Wallace

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CHAPMAN, JANE W. LaPlata, Mo.

CHAPPELL, BERTIE S. Reidsville

CHAPPELL, CLAUDIA J. Elizabeth City

CHARRON, RAYMOND B. Laurel Bay, S.C.

CHERRY, DONNA L. Washington

CHESHIRE, NANCY L. Virginia Beach, Va.

CHILDERS, JOHN S. Elizabeth City

CHITTY, THOMAS G. Ahoskie

CLAMP, JLILIE C. Salisbury

CLARK, BURKE F. Richmond, Va.

CLARK, CAROL J. Alexandria, Va.

CLINE, LINELLE L. Kannapolis

COBB, JAMES R. Windsor

COBB, MELVIN R. Merry Hill

COBB, WILLIAM R. Rocky Mount

COBLE, JULIA L. Fayetteville

BOCHRAN, WILLIAM C. Rocky Mount

COGGINS, CANDACE C. Newport News, Va.

COLE, PATRICIA V. Reidsville

COMER, LINDA L. Carthage

COMER, LOIS M. Biscoe

CONAWAY, RICHARD E. Arlington, Va.

CONNELL, DANIEL R. Raleigh

CONNELLY, JOHN M. Richmond, Va.

JUNIORS

CONRAD, DAVID P. Greensboro

COOKE, ELIZABETH W. Nashville

COOTES, CAROLYN C. Strasburg, Va.

CORAM, MARY L. Booneville

CORRELL, EDWARD L. Newport News, Va.

CORDELL, ALBERT O. Greenville, S.C.

COTTEN, VISTA K. Chesapeake, Va.

COURTNEY, BENJAMIN H. Williamston

COWARD, JULIA W. Grifton

COX, CHARLES N. Charlotte

COX, JANE M. New Bern

COX, JIMMY R. Garrett, Ky.

COX, SUE L. Richlands

COX, WESLEY D. Cove City

COYLE, MARCIA L. Charlotte

CRAMER, JUDITH F. Greenville

CRAVEN, TONY F. Eagle Springs

CRAWLEY, BARBARA S. Littleton

CREECH, FRANCES C. Goldsboro

CREECH, JUDITH A. Kinston

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CROSS, SHARON L. Roanoke, Va.

CROUSE, PEGGY J. Winston Salem

CROWLEY, LINDA L. Lakeland, Fla.

CROY, GERRALD W. Wilson

CULLEY, DAVID N. Crumpton, Md.

CUMMINGS, ZEB C. Tarboro

CURRIN, PERCY T. Fayetteville

CUTLER, LINDA A. Elizabeth City

DALTON, ROGER D. Greensboro

DALEY, NORMA J. Clayton

DAMREN, DOUGLAS M. beaufort

DANIEL, JAMES W. Henderson

DANIEL, LINDA A. New Bern

DANIEL, SHIRLEY M. Roxboro

DANIELS, MARY B. Asheville

DAUGHTRIDGE, JOHN D. Rocky Mount

DAUGHTRY, ELLEN E. Smithfield

DAVIS, DIANE W. Morehead City

DAVIS, DORIS A. Whiteville

DAVIS, EMERY T. Roanoke Rapids

DAVIS, FRANCES E. Belhaven

DAVIS, HATTIE R. Fremont

DAVIS, JEFFREY C. Raleigh

DEAL, HARVIE A. Winston Salem

DEANS, DONNA S. Flushing, N.Y.

DEBRUHL, DONNA K. Kinston

DEETZ, JEAN A. Waukegan, Ill.

DELPRIORE, PETER A. Norfolk, Va.

DENTON, MARTHA C. Louisburg

DEVIDO, GREGORY J. Milltown, N.J.

DICKERMAN, KATHLEEN A. Wilson

DIDAY, ROBERT H. Willoughby, Ohio

DILLON, CONNIE R. Roanoke, Va.

DIXON, MARY M. Reidsville

DIXON, WILLIAM R. Murfreesboro

DORMAN, LARRY W. Raleigh

DOUGH, WILLIAM M. Kill Devil Hills

DOUGHTIE, JOAN L. Holland, Va.

DOUGLAS, JOHN F. Wadesboro

DOZIER, AGNES F. Powells Point

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DRAKE, NANCY J. Burlington

DRAKE, RICHARD E. Hendersonville

DRAPER, BRENDA G. Suffolk, Va.

DREBLOW, PATRICIA A. Gainesville, Fla.

DRYDEN, WILLIAM C. Pocomoke, Md.

DRYE, BARBARA L. Oakboro

DUDLEY, JUDY L. Swansboro

DUDLY, WILLIAM L. Washington

DUKE, JOEL T. Henderson

DUNN, JUDITH C. Macclesfield

DUNN, NANCY G. Goldsboro

DUTTON, DOUGLAS M. Arlington, Va.

EASTWOOD, WILLIAM D. Fountain

EBBETT, JANIS E. Roanoke, Va.

EDWARDS, CAROLYN M. Marshville

EDWARDS, JERRY R. Kenly

EDWARDS, REBECCA W. Burlington

ELAM, TONI R. Myrtle beach, S.C.

ELAM, WILLIAM H. Charlotte

ELLIOTT, LINDA C. carthage

ELLIOTT, NANCY D. Danville, Va.

ELLIOTT, PHILLIP C. Falls Church, Va.

ELLIOTT, ROBERT H. Union Level, Va.

ELLIOTT, SHARON L. Raleigh

ELMORE, BRENDA D. Nashville

JUNIORS

ELMORE, WILLIAM E. Kinston

ENGLISH, DONNA L. Ashtabula, Ohio

ERVIN, FAYE J. Kannapolis

ESTEP, PAUL J. Fairfax, Va.

EUBANK, PATSY L. Maysville

EVANS, CAROLYN R. Durham

EVANS, DANIEL F. Vienna, Va.

EVANS, DONALD E. Greenville

EVANS, PATSY G. Clarkton

EVERETT, JANE E. Sneads Ferry

EVERETT, WILLIAM C. Ayden

EVERETTE, HELEN E. Kinston

EVERETTE, MILDRED F. Macclesfield

EVERETTE, RITA A. Washington

EVITT, WILLIAM C. Richmond, Va.

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EWAYS, KAMAI P. Greensboro

FARELL, JUDY E. Fayetteville

FARMER, ROLAND Morehead City

FARRELL, DONALD J. Winston-Salem

FAULKNER, ALICE M. Kinston

FAULKNER, MERCER M. Kinston

FEIMSTER, LARRY D. Greenville

FERGUSON, DANNY T. Winston Salem

FESPERMAN, JULIA A. Albemarle

FINCHER, BENJAMIN E. Charlotte

FLETCHER, JAMES C. Nags Head

FLOWE, REBECCA K. China Grove

FLOWERS, PAGGY A. Clayton

FORBES, WILLIAM S. Chocowinity

FOREHAND, JACK C. South Mills

FORNASH, STEVEN R. Richmond, Va.

FORREST, HAYWOOD E. Kinston

FORSYTHE, GLORIA J. Franklinton

FOSTER, JAMES B. Advance

FOSTER, RICHARD W. Rithmond, Va.

FOSTER, STEPHEN C. Winston-Salem

FOUSHEE, SHIRLEY L. Durham

FOLSHEE, SYLVIA G. Durham

FOX, MINNIE S. Mebane

FRASER, LEE C. Greenville, S.C.

FREEMAN, MARILYNNE M. Hampton, Va.

FREEMAN, SHEILA L. Castalia

FULGHUM, JANET L. Kenley

FULGHUM, NANCY G. Wilson

FULTON, NORMA J. Pinnacle

FUSSELL, ROBIN L. Winterville

PrTRELL, FRANCES E. Four Oaks

GADDY, GARY L. Henderson

GALL, JUDITH A. Lewisburg, W. Va.

GAMBEE, ANNA V. Newton

GAMMON, FLORA M. Greenville

GANS, BARRY F. Norfolk, Va.

GARD, BETTIE W. Elizabeth City

GARDNER, VIVIAN A. Cycle

GARNER, JERRY W. Selma

GARNER, LULA K. Hamlet

GARRETT, SANDRA F. Elizabeth City

GARRIS, WILLIAM R. Greenville

GIBBS, MILDRED J. Stanardsville, Va.

GIBSON, JOHN W. Stevensville, Md.

GILL, BARBARA J. Elizabeth City

GIMBERT, JOHN W. Virginia Beach, Va.

GIRVIN, ETHEL C. Durham

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MODEL UNITED NATIONS BRINGS VIEW OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS TO CAMPUS.

GLASS, MILTON, A. Hopewell, Va.

GLOVER, DONNA L. Gary

GLOVER, JULIA D. Wilson

GODFREY, SARAH A. Arlington, Va.

GOINGS, JANIE S. Mount Airy

GOINS, FRED T. Jr. Mount Airy

GOLDFARB, MARTIN J. Greensboro

GOLDING, DIANNE Toast

GOLDSTON, MILDRED A. Goldston

GODDEN, PATRICIA A. LaPuente, Calif.

GOODWIN, JUDITH G. Morehead City

GOODWIN, THOMAS H. Durham

GORDON, MICHAEL D. Greenville

GORGES, VIRGINIA L. Beaufort

GOTTSCHALK, VIRGINIA Jacksonville

GRAHAM, MITCHELL G. Fayetteville

GRAVATT, WILLIAM N. Burkville, Va.

GREEN, DAVID M. Jr. Mountain Lakes, N,J.

GREEN, LINDA L. Petersburg, Va.

GREEN, JOAN C. Hertford

GREEN, RONALD C. Charlotte

GREER, ELLEN M. Whiteville

GREGORY, MARY B. Lucama

GRIMES, KATHY Q. Cooleemee

GRUBE, KAREN D. Alexandria, Va.

GUNN, MARY L. Reidsville

GUPTON, MAILTON C. Henderson

GURGANUS, PATSY J. Bethel

GURLEY, TONY K. Goldsboro

HAILEY, ROBERT E. Bennettsville

HALES, MARY A. Fremont

HALL, ROBERT H. Angier

HALL, THELMA E. Hickory

HALLIBURTON, JEAN L. Arlington, Va.

HANCHEY, SANRDRA L. Jacksonville

HANDLON, JAMES W. Greensboro

HANNER, DAVID C. Charlotte

HANSEN, LINDA M. Arlington, Va.

HARDISON, JO L. Grifton

HARDY, DONNA B. Lewiston

HARDY, HERMAN A. Kinston

HARE, JAMES D. Faison

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HARMON, GERALD K Bessemer City

HARPER, CHARLES M. Greensboro

HARRELL, BENNETT M Gnldsboro

HARRLS, HANN E. Kannapolis

HARRIS, ROBERT J. Washington

HARRISON, MARTHA S. Lexington, Ky.

HARRLSON, RONALD G. Trenton

HARRISS, JUDY C. Southern Pines

HARTSOOK, RONALD L. Greenshoro

HAYMES, SANDY S. Chatham, Va.

HAYNES, MARY C. Gastonia

HEARNE, SARA L. Biscoe

HEDGEPETH, DETRA S. Eure

HEILBRONER, BARBARA C.

HELMS, CHARLES D. Jackson, Miss.

JUNIORS

HELMS, MILDRED E. Statesville

HENDRICKS, MARJORY J. Rehoboth Beach, Del.

HEPLER, SHIRLEY A. Raleigh

HERING, PERMELIA C. Delray Beach, Fla.

HERNDON, SHERRON L. Macclesfield

HEWETT, LESLIE W. JR. Fords

HEYWARD, KATHERINE E. Mount Pleasant, S.C.

HIATT, ANN R. Falls Church, Va.

HICKMAN, SAMUEL G. JR. Statesville

HICKS, ROYAL T. Gastonia

HILL, JOEL T. Kannapolis

HILL, LINDA M. Wilmington

HILL, MICHAEL T. Conover

HILLIARD, NANCY F. Graham

HILZ, JOHN F. Plainview, N.Y.

HINES, SAMUEL S. Richmond, Va.

HINTON, YVONNE J. Kinston

HITCHCOCK, JANICE B. Charlotte

HODGE, RUTH A. High Point

HODGSON, HILDA SUE Winston-Salem

HOFLER, BERNICE R. Hobbsville

HOGG, DONALD G. Chatham

HOLDER, REBECCA M. Garner

HOLLAND, FRANCES J. Kinston

HOLLAND, STEVEN P. Kinston

HOLLOMAN, JOSEPH J. Ahoskie

HOLLOWAY, ROBERT E. Salisbury, Md.

HOLT, LAWRENCE D. Raleigh

HOOKER, LYNDA L. New Holland, Pa.

249






HOOPER, DIANA E. Thomasville

HOPEWELL, GLORIA J. Goldsboro

HORNER, GERALD L. Rocky Mount

HORNER, JANICE A. Fayetteville

HOSKINS, LOUISE C. Williamston

HOUSE, JOANNE Wilson

HOUSER, HILDA G. Dallas

HOWARD, BENJAMIN F. Washington

HOWELL, JUDITH A. Apex

HOWERTON, BETSY G. Roxboro

HOWIE, MEREDITH A. Charlotte

HOWITT, ROBERT B. Northville, N.Y.

JUNIORS

HOWLAND, MARY V. King George, Va.

HUDSON, STEVE W. Hickory

HUEY, WILLIAM I. Burlington

HUFF, ERNEST Y. Greenville

HUGHES, NETTIE S. Chadbourn

HUMMEL, MARCY L. Rochester, N.Y.

HUNT, WILLIAM E. Reidsville

HUNTER, MARY B. Beulaville

HUNTER, WILLIAM J. Winston-Salem

HURLEY, RALPH N. Wheaton, Md.

IACONA, CHARLES J. Brooklyn, N.Y.

IRONS, GAY McLean, Va.

ISNER, ROBERT B. Boiling Spring

JACOBS, BETTY E. Elizabeth City

JACOBUS, JAMES I. Verona, N.J.

JAMES, HARRIET H. Concord

JAMES, NANCY E. Sunbury

JARMAN, PATRICIA A. Jacksonville

JAYROE, DONALD W. Morehead City

JENKINS, HARRY E. Wadesboro

JENNING, DAVID H. Madison Heights, Va.

JENRETTE, BRENDA C. Tabor City

JESSUP, FRANCES S. Bennett

JILCOTT, MARGARET T. Roxobel

JOHNSON, CAROL D. Vienna, Va.

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JOHNSON, CATHERINE I. Vale

JOHNSON, CULLEN O. Richmond, Va.

JOHNSON, JANICE R. Dunn

JOHNSON, JOSEPH W. Burlington

JOHNSON, LYNN M. Madison, N.J.

JOHNSON, PATSY A. Forest City

JOHNSON, STEVEN J. Fall Church, Va.

JOHNSTON, JULIA G. Nashville

JONES, BETTIE T. Snow Hill

JONES, CAROLE L. Hickory

JONES, CERESY K. Fuquay-Varina

JONES, CORA D. Elizabeth City

JONES, DONALD G. Pantego

JONES, JANE P. Oak City

JONES, LAURIE A. Jacksonville

JONES, LINDA L. Williamston

JONES, LINDSAY E. Washington

JONES, LYNNE H. Arlington, Va.

JONES, MARY L. Micro

JONES, MILLARD B. Durham

JONES, MONA B. Clinton

JONES, PATRICIA A. Elizabeth City

JOYNER, DORIS Mount Olive

JOYNER, DOROTHY J. Rocky Mount

JOYNER, JANE L. Greenville

JOYNER, JUDITH A. Hickory

KATSIAS, CLARA Virginia Beach, Va.

KAY, BEVERLY A. Virginia Beach, Va.

KEATING, CAMILLA E. Shelby

KEEL, RUFUS V. Greenville

KEETER, KERMIT K. Shelby

KEETER, SIDNEY G. Goldsboro

KEEVER, JUDITH A. Hickory

KEMP, DONALD R. Greensboro

KENDRICK, NANCY L. Camp Lejeune

KENNEDY, LINDA K. Pink Hill

KENNEDY, RICHARD B. Pfafftown

KENNINGTON, SAMUEL R. Roxboro

KETCHAM, RONALD R. Jacksonville

KIDD, HAROLD J. Siler City

PIRATES COP CONFERENCE BASEBALL CROWN.

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KILLGO, JAMES L. High Point

KING, ALICE R. Norlina

KING, ANN L. Warrenton

KING, THOMAS H. Amoskie

KING, WALTER C. Bessemer City

KINLAW, LINDA P. St. Pauls

KINNEY, KENNETH B. Greensboro

KLEIN, MARTHA D. Kenly

KLEMP, KARLEEN Annandale, Va.

KLUTTZ, SUSAN C. Durham

KNIGHT, JOAN A. Greenville

KNOWLES, GLENDA E. Mount Olive

KOEHLER, ROBERT A. Kinston

KOLACZ, MARY K. Washington

KOONCE, WILLIAM J. Greenville

KRAMER, JANINE A. Raleigh

KUHN, NANCY L. Shippensburg, Pa.

LACEY, ROBBIN S. Jacksonville

LAMM, FRANCES A. Greenville

LAMPARTER, DENIS L. Manheim, Pa.

LANDIS, GALE L. New Bern

LANDSPERGER, WLATER J. Greensboro

LANE, ELIZABETH A. Kinston

LANE, REBECCA L. Snow Hill

LANE, WALTER M. Fremont

JUNIORS

LANSCHE, SARAH E. Bridgeton

LARSON, PATRICIA A. Fort Bragg

LASATER, REBECCA D. Durham

LASSITER, GLENN M. Raleigh

LASSITER, NANCY R. Durham

LAUGHTER, LAURA L. Smithfield

LAUMANN, JAMES T. Jacksonville

LAW, JERRY DALE Greenville

LAWRENCE, EDWARD W. Rockingham

LAWSON, JOHN B. West Jefferson

LAWSON, NANCY R. Durham

LEBLANC, JANE H. Scituate, Mass.

LEBLOND, RANDALL P. Swansboro

LEE, ANDREA J. Smithfield

LEE, JUDY L. New Bern

LEE, MARILYN Richmond. Va.

LEE, SANDRA J, Richlands

LEGGETT, CAROLYN J. Pinctnwn

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LEGGETT, WILLIAM R. Kinston

LEONARD, DIANE C. Lexington

LEWIS, LAWRENCE H. Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

LEWIS, SARA C. Grifton

LEWIS, SUSAN T. Abington, Pa.

LILLY, SAMUEL B. Newport

LINDSEY, WILLIAM H. FaYetteville

LIPSCOMB, ERNEST G. Angier

LITTLE, DONALD P. Capron, Va.

LITTLEPAGE, BERNARD D. Hampton. Va.

LOGEMANN, ERNEST V. Rapidan, Va.

LONG, CLAYTON S. Annandale, Va.

LONG, EMILY F. Edenton

LONGO, PAMILA C. Mount Olive

LORENZ, PATRICIA A. Wise

LOSEE, CAROL A. Falls Church, Va.

LOVE, MARY D. Concord

LOVE, NINA G. Merry Hill

LOWE, JANET H. Williamsburg, Va.

LYDA, ELIZABETH L. Asheville

MAGGIOLO, JUDITH S. Newport

MALLARD, HARRY C. Pollocksville

MANNING, CAROL L. Bethel

MARLEY, STEVEN A. Lexington

MARSHALL, INA K. Burlington

MARSHBANKS, CARL W. Charlotte

MARSHBURN, ROBERT A. Rocky Mount

MARTIN, JAMES A. Raleigh

MARTIN, WILLIAM N. Washington

MASON, ELLEN D. Washington

MASSENGILL, SUSAN H. Elizabeth City

MASSEY, JOAN M. Pleasant Hill

MATTESON, GUY Hampton, Va.

MAULTSBY, ANNA C. Asheville

MAURICE, STEWARD D. Aiken, S.C.

MAXWELL, ELKE B. Greenville

MCCABE, ALICE I. Franklin

MCCAFFREY, DAVID L. Wilmington, Del.

MCCANDLESS, BETTY D. Vanceboro

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MCCLUSKEY, PHYLLIS D. Greensboro

MCCOMBS, MARVIN W. Statesville

MCCOMBS, NEALE R. Kannapolis

MCCOWN, ROBERT W. Roanoke, Va.

MCCRACKEN, JAMES A. Asheville

MCGRAW, MONTE E. Hopewell, Va.

MCCULLEN, ANNIE R. Clinton

MCDONALD, GERALD T. Mount Airy

MCDUFFIE, HEIDI M. Princeton

MCGRATH, MARK J. Lowell, Mass.

MCINERNEY, ROBERT J. Somerville

MCLAURIN, BRENDA I. Goldsboro

MCINNIS, REBECCA L. Sanford

MCLAMB, HARRY C. Newton Grove

MCKEEL, SHERYL A. Graham

MCLEAN, DORIS F. Hampton, Va.

MCLEAN, RONALD M. Greenville

MCLEMORE, BRENDA K. Roseboro

MCNEILL, WILLIAM D. Washington

MCRAE, FLORA A. Rowland

MEADOWS, PAMELA R. Kinston

MEARES, JOHN K. Roanoke Rapids

MEGINNIS, SYLVIA J. Rockingham

MERRILL, JAMES F. Greenville

MERRILL, KENNETH A. Beaufort

MERRITT, LINDA E. Wake Forest

METZGAR, HOWARD P. Newton, N.J.

MEWBORN, DOUGLAS E. Goldsboro

MILLER, BOBBYE A. Beaulaville

MILLER, DONALD C. WinstonSalem

JUNIORS

MILLER, JANICE R. Washington

MILLER, MARY L. Raleigh

MILLS, BARBARA J. Apex

MILLS, BRENDA G. Durham

MINTON, CHARLES E. Nags Head

MINTZ, GARY M. Graham

MISENHEIMER, TONY R. Rockwell

MITCHELL, BINGHAM B. Aulander

MITCHON, KATHERINE E. Statesville

MOBLEY, FRANKLIN D. Oak City

MOBLEY, NETTIE M. Williamston

MOESCHL, JAMES G. Falls Church, Va.

MOHN, FREDERICK H. Richlands

MONDS, JOHN P. Hertford

MONK, SIDNEY B. Goldsboro

MONROE, ORVILLE N. Rocky Mount

MOORE, JANET T. Tarboro

MOORE, LINDA R. South Hill, Va.

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MOORE, ROBERT M. Greensboro

MOOREFIELD, ARTHUR W. Yanceyville

MOORING, STEVEN F. Maury

MORTON, SUSAN W. Hubert

MOSELEY, MARY L. Winterville

MOSELEY, RONALD W. South Hill, Va.

MOSES, JAMES K. Morganton

MOWRY, RONALD F. New Bern

MOYE, PEGGY A. Windsor

MOYER, LYNDA J. Springfield, Va.

MUELLER, JONATHAN H. Durham

MULLINS, MARY B. Fayetteville

MURPHY, HERSCHEL G. Enfield

MURRAY, STEPHEN R. Raleigh

MYLUM, JANE Wilson

MYRICK, JUDITH A. Carthage

NARRON, SAMUEL R. Middlesex

NEAL, JAMES P. Wilson

NEAL, JOHN E. Burlington

NEELY, FULTON R. Clinton

NEILL. TERRIE F. Lexington

NETTLES, WILLIAM M. Hampton, Va.

NEWBERN, ANTHONY E. Elizabeth City

NEWCOMB, JO ANN Snow Hill

NICHOLS, NANCY A. Charlotte

NICHOLS, STEPHEN C. Norwood

NOBLE, JUDY C. Deep Run

NORFLEET, JANET A. Elizabeth City

NORMAN, JUNE C. Lewisville

NORRELL, JANET M. Liberty

NORRIS, RALPH A. Alexandria, Va.

NUTTER, SANDRA L. Vienna, Va.

OAKLEY, JESSIE F. Cameron

OBER, BOBBY S. Edenton

OLEARY, HARRIET E. Warsaw

OLIVER, ALICE A. Creswell

OMARA, ELIZABETH A. Richmond, Va.

ONEAL, HELEN F. Stedman

ORCHARD-HAYES, WILLIAM Mc Lean, Va.

ORMAND, ROBERT A. Conover

ORMAND, SHELOR W. Hickory

ORR, RICHARD B. Hendersonville

OVERTON, BECKY H. Greenville

OWEN, RAY W. Newport News, Va.

255






PADERICK, EFFIE G. Kinston

PAGAN, VERNON R. Raleigh

PARAMORE, KENNETH R. Grimesland

PARHAM, MICHAEL J. Nathalie, Va.

PARKER, LINWOOD H. Harkers Island

PARKER, VIOLET E. Pendleton

PARKER, WILLIAM M. Williamston

PARKS, JAMES J. Raeford

PARRISH, JAMES W. Lakeland, Fla.

PARTIN, PHILLIP L. Chapel Hill

PARTIN, THOMAS L. Scotland Neck

PASCAROSA, WILLIAM J. Norfolk, Va.

PAUL, REBECCA L. Oriental

PEARCE, ROY N. Franklinton

PEELE, MICHAEL A. Williamston

PELT, ALICE K. Goldsboro

PERKINSON, JAMES E. JR. Littleton

PERKINSON, JOHN L. Roanoke Rapids

PERRY, JOYCE M. Elizabeth City

PERRY, ROSCOE Wake Forest

PERRY, WILLIAM R. Hamlet

PETRULLO, MARIE E. Spring Hope

PFAF, HOWARD R. Asheville

PFAF, SHIRLEY A. Winston-Salem

PHELAN, JOHN M. JR. Greenville

PHELAN, RITA R. Greenville

PHILBECK, EDWARD D. Shelby

PHILLIPS, BAXTER F. Colonial Heights, Va.

PICKARD, DONNA L. Durham

PIERCE, HAL W. Princeton

PIERCE, JIMMY G. JR. Colerain

PILAND, MARVIN S. La Crosse, Va.

PITT, WADE L. III ROcky Mount

PITTARD, BEVERLY J. Prospect Hill

PITTMAN, HAROLD H. Selma

PIUNTI, CHARLES D. Wilmington, Del.

PLESS, CLEMENT E. JR. Mooresville

POFFENBAUGH, PATSY A, Zwijndrecht, The Neth.

POINDEXTER, SALLY L. Aberdeen

POLLARD, LARRY G. Tarboro

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POOT, JOHN R. New Bern

POPE, ROBERT W JR. Lucoma

POPWELL, SHELIA J. Mount Holly

PORTER, MICHAEL W. Benson

POSEY, MICHAEL O. Greenville

POWELL, DONNA G. George

PRATHER, ANGELA K. Charlotte

PRESCOTT, IRVIN F. Jr. Winston-Salem

PRESSLEY, CHARLES C. Greensboro

PRIMM, SANDRA G. Hampton, Va.

PRINCE, WILLIAM H. Exmore, Va.

PRITCHARD, VIDA R. Elizabeth

PRICHETT, NONA B. Southern Pines

PUGLIA, JOSEPH Jr. Sumter, S.C.

PURSLEY, RICHARD L. Greenville

QUERY, LYDIA L. Matthews

QUINTON, SANDRA K. Edenton

RADOS, RICHARD A. Bronx, N.Y.

RAINES, KATHRYN A. Goldsboro

RAMSEY, HAZEL J. Salisbury

RARICK, RICHARD J. Kinston

RAVELLI, JOHN W. Jacksonville

RAYNOR, DAVID K. Suffolk, Va.

REAVES, ELIZABETH A. High Point

REED, SANDRA J. Fayetteville

RHODES, JAMES A. Greensboro

RHODES, WILLIAM E. Matthews

RHYNE, Jo A. Charlotte

RICHARDSON, JOHN R. Hopewell, Va.

RICHARDSON, SHARON A. Petersburg, Va.

RIDDLE, MARY C. Norfolk, Va.

RIFFLE, GAIL W. South Mills

RIORDAN, CLIFFORD T. Chicago, Ill

RITCHIE, ANGELA R. Concord

ROACH, RICHARD V. Winfall

ROBERSON, ETHEL C. Louisburg

ROBERTS, ADRIAN R. JR. Mount Olive

ROBERTS, TERRELL R. Candor

ROBERTS, VIRGINIA L. Ridgewood, N.J.

ROBERTSON, BERNARD P. Jackson

ROBERTSON, REGINA S. Aberdeen

ROBINSON, GEORGE L. JR. Fayetteville

ROGERS, BONNIE B. Timberlake

ROGERS, SANDRA A. Williamson

ROGERS, TERRY L. Hickory.

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ROLLINS, DONNA G. Wake Forest

ROPER, EUNICE F. Greenville

ROSE, CARL R. Smithfield

ROSEMAN, PAUL M. Jr. Rocky Mount

ROSEN, SUSAN E. Roanoke, Va.

ROSS, FREDERICK C. Fredericksburg, Va.

ROSS, HENRY A. Jr. Hubert

ROUGHTON, EDGAR G. Gaston

ROUSE, WALTER A. Kinston

ROWLAND, FLOYD M. Jr. Blanche

RUDD, MINIVER A. Graham

RUMBLEY, MARGARET S. Greenville

RUSSELL, JO ANN Winston-Salem

RUTLEDGE, FRED A. Atlanta, Ga.

RYNEARSON, ROBERT L. Arlington, Va.

SAFRIT, RICHARD W. Salisbury

SALENIUS, HOWARD G. Greenville

SASSER, MARY C. Luchma

SASSER, PAUL L. Mount Olive

SAUL, CAROL A. Glassboro, N.J.

SAUNDERS, RONALD L. Bedford, Va.

SAUNDERS, STEPHEN D. Greenville

SAUNDERS, THEODORE E. Charlotte

SAVIN, JUDY E. Ahoskie

SAWREY, LINDA L. Swansboro

SAWYER, BRENDA P. Greenville

SAWYER, JUDITH S. Winston-Salem

SCHECTER, ROGER N. Greensboro

SCHNURR, PAUL F. Warrenton

SCOTT, JAMES R. Hobgood

SEAMAN, BARBARA S. McLean, Va.

SELF, HELEN L. Charlotte

SEIGLER, MARIE L. Reidsville

SETARO, TERESA A. Big Springs, Tex.

SHAMEL, JOE F. Winston-Salem

SHANNON, LESLIE K. Wilmington

SHARP, CHARLES S. Jr. Hudson, Ohio

SHEARIN, LYNN R. Raleigh

SHELL, JAMES A. Jr. Roxboro

SHELTON, BENNETT D. Durham

SHELTON, RALPH P. Durham

SHEPHERD, JOHN F. Statesville

SHEPPARD, CAROLYN J. Washington

SHORT, HAROLD M. Charlotte

SIMMONS, RODERICK A. Roanoke Rapids

SLOAN, SHARON G. Winston-Salem

SLOATH, SONDRA A. Durham

SMITH, BRENDA L. Mount Olive

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SMITH, CHARLES W. Jr. Norfolk, Va.

SMITH, CHARLIE K. Scotland Neck

SMITH, CLAUDIA Robersonville

SMITH, DOLORES A. Washington

SMITH, JEAN A. Cleveland, Ohio

SMITH, JERRY R. Monroe

SMITH, JOHN M. Jr. Greensboro

SMITH, KENNETH W. Greenville

SMITH, PATSY G. Burlington

SMITH, RHODA J. Valdese

SMITH, ROBERT M. Angier

SMITH, SHEILA O. Charlotte

SMITH, STEVEN B. Vineland, N.J.

SMOTHERS, JEANNE D. Charlotte

SNYDER, DONALD F. Wilmington, Del.

SORRELL, ANNE M. High Point

SOUTHERLAND, SANDRA L. New Bern

SPANGLER, EVELYN L. Ayden

SPENCER, JOHNNY W. Jr. Raleigh

SPENCER, RONALD D. Lanton, Pa

SPRAGINS, LINDA C. Littleton

STAINBACK, BRENDA L. Henderson

STALEY, JOHN A. Jr. Morehead City

STALNAKER, SUSAN E. Newport News, Va,

STANLEY, RUBY J. High Point

STEELEY, JAMES E. Selins Grove, Pa.

STEPHENS, JENNINGS W. Norfolk, Va.

STEWART, JO A. Newport News, Va.

STINAGLE, JANICE E. Wilson

STINSON, WESLEY R. Siler City

STATE LEGISLATORS VISIT EAST CAROLINA CAMPUS.

STITH, PHILIP E. Winston-Salem

STOCKNER, JAMES I. Galax, Va.

STOKES, DENNIS A. Greenville

STOVALL, THORNTON Jr. Stovall

STOWE, HUGH M. Kannapolis

STRICKLAND, MILDRED J. Goldsboro

STROUP, WILLIAM R. Cherryville

STUBBS, COLON P. Hubert

STUDY, NEIL T. Reisertown, Md

STUTTS, BARNEY W. Jr. Burlington

SUGG, DONNA T. Norfolk, Va

SULLIVAN, LEO T. Washington

SULLIVAN, MARY I. Falls Church, Va

SUMMERS, ANN L. Durham

SURLES, BILLIE R. Four Oaks

SUTTON, FREDERICK I. Kinston

SUTTON, SHERWOOD R. LaGrange

SWAIN, CLIFFORD W. Washington

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SWANEY, LARRY B. Huntingdon, Pa.

TABOR, SUSAN J. Falls Church, Va.

TALBOTT, BAKER L., Jr. South Boston, Va.

TARKINGTON, BRENDA K. Windsor

TART, PAULA A. Lillington

TAYLOR, ALMA W. Atlantic, Ga.

TAYLOR, CHARLES E. Jr. Rocky Mount

TAYLOR, LINDA E. Honea Path

TAYLOR, PEGGY J. Tabor City

TAYLOR, VERNON O. Hickory

TAYLOR, TERENCE G. Havelock

TEETER, JANE B. Oakboro

TEITELBAUM, CHARLENE Richmond, Va.

TERRELL, BENJAMIN T. Raleigh

TERRELL, BRENDA L. Greensboro

TERRY, MARGARET L. Graham

TESH, BENNIS F. Jr. Greensboro

THARRINGTON, DONNIS E. Zebulon

THARRINGTON, NORMAN A. Louisburg

THIGPEN, FRANCES K. Benlaville

THOMAS, JASPER D. Windsor

THOMAS, SANDRA M. Cheasapeak, Va.

THOMAS0N, SALLIE A. Kannapolis

THOMPSON, CATHY A. Danville, Va.

THOMPSON, ERNEST L. Selma, Ala.

THORNE, EDWIN JOHN Westfield, N.J.

THURSTON, CAROLE R. Richmond, Va.

TOALDO, JEAN A. Leonia, N.J

TODD, ANITRA Wendell

TODD, GREGORY T. Colerain

TOLER, LEE C, Jr. Alliance

TONN, DIANNE H. Greenville

TORICK, JUDITH A. Madison, N.J.

TRIMMER, DIANE M. Venice, Fla.

TROTT, PHYLLIS Q. Richlands

TROTTER, SERGE H. Washington, D.C.

TROUPE, JOSEPH T. Wilson

TRUESDALE, JOHN M. Lancaster, S.C.

TURNER, KATHERINE M. New Bern

TURNER, PATRICIA L. Richmond, Va.

TUTOR, NANCY C. Varina

TWIFORD, TRAVIS W. Powells Point

TYLER, JOHN D. Weldon

UNDERHILL, TIMOTHY C. Raleigh

USILTON, JOHN L. Denton, Md.

VADEN, LAWRENCE A. Jr. Richmond, Va.

VAN, GELDER L. Vestal, N.Y.

VANMIDDLESWORTH, CHARLES Asbury Park, N.J.

SENATOR DOMINICK OPENS '66- '67 LECTURE SERIES.

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VANTUYI, ALAN W. Arlington, V.A.

VAUGHAN, BARBARA A. Harrellsville

VAUGHAN, LANA J. Rocky Mount

VAUGHAN, LINDA F. Durham

VEAZEY, JEAN Washinston

VEILLETTE, JOSEPH L. Rocky Mount

VERNER, SHARON G. Clark, N.J.

VERNON, ROBERT G. Greensboro

VERNON, OWEN S. Alton, Va.

WACHTER, PETER M. Greensboro

WALKER, CAROL K. Washington

WALKER, DONNA M. Aurora

WALKER, JACKIE E. Rockingham

WALKER, JAMES A. Oxford

WALL, EVELYN S. Wake Forest

WALL, LINDA F. Clayton

WALLACE, FREDERICK T. Morris Plains. N.J.

WALSH, NANCY J. Charlotte

JUNIORS

WALTERS, DIANA L. Greenville

WALTERS, JENNES R. Wilson

WALTON, FRED A. Charlotte

WARREN, DOLAND M. Jacksonville, Fla.

WARREN, HUGH A. Fayetteville

WASILE, STEPHENIE Washington

WATKINS, BETTIE L. Raleigh

WATSON, CHARLES R. Kenly

WATSON, EDWIN T. Harrellsville

WATTS, GORDON P. Greenville

WEBB, JEAN K. Raleigh

WEEKS, REBECCA I. Durham

WELCH, LINDA L. Clinton

WELDON, JULLIAN M. Rocky Mount

WELTON, NANCY D. Greenville

WENTZEL, SANDRA K. Raleigh

WESNER, CHERTER S. Plymouth

WEST, JACK PAGE Atlantic

WEST, JULIAN R. Statesville

WESTBROOK, JANET FAYE Albertson

WHALEY, CAROL L. Richlands

WHALEY, ROXIE P. Newport

WHEELER, JOEL D. Durham

WHITE, BARBARA E. Merry Hill

WHITE, GLENN C. Elizabeth City

WHITE, JOHN R. Jacksonville

WHITE, JUDITH A. Annadale, Va.

WHITEHEAD, BEVERLY A. Scotland Neck

WHITEHURST, CORNELIA Raleigh

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WHITEHURST, CORNELIUS Bethel

WHITEHURST, LINDA T. Greenville

WHITSON, SUZANNE W. Alexandria, Va.

WHITTEN, RICHARD G. Henderson

WHORTON, JAMES W. Newport

WIGGINS, WILLIAM R. Jacksonville

WILKERSON, FRANCES A. Kinston

WILKINS, DONALD A. Winchester, Va.

WILLARD, CHERYL L. Merritt

WILLIAMS, JOSEPH C. Jr. Clinton

WILLIAMS, LORRAINE F. Kinston

WILLIAMS, NANCY C. Rocky Mount

WILLIAMS, PATRICIA E. Benson

WILLIAMS, TERRY J. Fayetteville

WILLIAMSON, BEVERLY L. Wilson

WILLIAMSON, MARGARET Portsmouth, Va.

WILLIAMSON, STEPHEN W. Graham

WILSON, BETH A. Raleigh

WILSON, JAMES I. Hamlet

WINGATE, LEON H. Bath

WINN, NANCY W. Dinwiddle, Va.

WINSTEAD, ROWENA G. Charlotte

WINTER, SANDRA L. South Miami, Fla.

WITCHER, EULIS D. High Point

JUNIORS

WOOD, JOANN Four Oaks

WOOD, MATTIE T. Benson

WOOD, SUSAN P. Wilmington, Del.

WOODARD, BETTY J. Nashville

WOODFORD, ANITA Richmond, Va.

WOOTEN, GARY C. Hudson

WOOTEN, SANDRA L. Fountain

WOOTEN, SHARYN K. Fayetteville

WORTHINGTON, ELAINE Ayden

WRENN, DORIS A. Sanford

WRENN, STEVEN L. Graham

WRIGHT, EVELYN J. Tabor City

WRIGHT, GEORGE A. Raleigh

WRIGHT, SANDRA F. Roanoke Rapids

YARBROUGH, RICHARD C. Raleigh

YORK, BRYANT DAVIS Randleman

YORKE, JEWELL A. Kannapolis

YOUNG, ANNE P. High Point

YOUNG, JAMES H. Ahoskie

YOUNT, MICHAEL D. Hickory

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Seated: Ted Hooks, president; Carleen Hjortsvang, vice president; Joan Evans, secretary; Steve Yelverton, treasurer.

Class of 1969

Finding importance in their ability to help newcomers, care- free sophomores returned to a place which they already knew. They faced ever important decisions in settling down to con- centrated study and plans for the future. Sophomores trudged forward, chalking up fun-filled minutes at the college union, movies, and dances. Individuals took firm stands and began to make their personal contribution to the ever-developing col- lege community.

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ABBOTT, VIVIAN I. Warrenton

ABELL, SANDRA J. Greensboro

ABERNATHY, BEVERLY K. Maiden

ABERNATHY, JOAN B. Roanoke Rapids

AGREE, CHRIS W. Greensboro

ADAMS, BONNIE F. Durham

ADAMS, BRENTON D. Dunn

ADAMS, JUDY A. China Grove

ADCOCK, ROGER Jr. Charlotte

ADKINS, LINDA H. Kinston

ADKINS, STEPHEN T. Leaksville

ALBERT, PAUL E. Jr. Winston Salem

ALDRIDGE, REBECCA N. Raleigh

ALEXANDER, STEVEN L. Greenville

ALFORD, JO A. Wilmington

ALFORD, WESLEY H. Jr. Wake Forest

ALLEN, JUDY G. Graham

ALLEN, MARY P. Jamesville

ALLEN, PAUL J. III Farmville

ALLEN, ROGER D. Longhurst

ALLIGOOD, JANE R. Washington

ALLISON, ADRA I. Raleigh

ALMON, MARTHA R. Alexandria, Va.

ALPHIN, JANICE M. Mount Olive

ALSTON, CAROL L. Hollister

AMAN, JUDY R. Jacksonville

AMICI, EMEILA V. Greensboro

ANDERSON, GREGORY L. Greenville

ANDERSON, LYNDA F. Goldsboro

ANDERSON, MARY S. Greensboro

ANDERSON, VICKIE M. High Point

ANDERSON, WILLIAM H. Fayetteville

ANDREOLI, RACHEL K. Newport News, Va.

ANDREW, JOHN S. Charlotte

ANDREWS, ANN C. Newport News, Va.

ANDREWS, DENNIS G. Graham

ANDREWS, SUZANNE J. Fayetteville

ANEMA, JOHN C. Point Pleasant, N.J.

ANGEL, STEPHEN R. Greensboro

ANGEL, WILLARD J. Jr. Greensboro

APPENZELLER, GAIL M. Fayetteville

APPEE, JANET T. Gibsonville

APPLEGATE, JOSEPH B. Quantico, Va.

ARNOLD, PATRICIA C. Charleston, S.C.

ARRINGTON, PAUL S. Greensboro

ASBURY, JOAN R. High Point

ASHE, CELIA T. Wilson

ATKINSON, ANDREW J. Salisbury

ATWATER, CHARLES S. Durham

ATWOOD, MICHAEL C. Winston-Salem

AUTEN, ELIZABETH D. Kannapolis

AVENT, ERNEST B. Whitakers

SOPHOMORES

Cheerleader Marilyn Timberlake helps boost the Pirates to another victory.

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AYCOCK, CORDON B. Jr. Wilson

BADALAMENTI, VINCENT Nutley, N.Y.

BAGGARLY, BRUCE W. Jr. Midland

BAILEY, BARBARA C. Roanoke Rapids

BAILEY, DUREMA C. Raleigh

BAKER, CHERYL K. Belhaven

BAKER, E. RUTH Roxboro

BAKER, MELFORD R. Washington

BAKER, PATSY E. Rocky Mount

BAKER, SARAH V. Norfolk, Va.

BAKER, SHARON A. Greenville

BAKKEN, PATRICIA L. Burlington

BALDWIN, CARMEN L. Liberty

BALLARD, CLARENCE G. Wallace

BALLINT, PATRICIA L. Fayetteville

BANG, JENS E. Sloatsburg, N.Y.

BANKS, CECIL S. Trenton

BANKS, JERRY H. Asheville

BANKS, KAREN L. Portsmouth, Va.

BARAN, JOSEPH S. Greenville

BARBEE, KAY D. Jacksonville

BARBER, SANDRA R. Williamston

BARBOUR, JANICE F. Clarton

BARBOUR, KENNTH S. Westflied, N.J.

BARDEN, MARTHA S. Princeton

BAREFOOT, RHONDA S. Fayetteville

BARKLEY, ANN M. Sanford

BARNHARDT, JANE S. Davidson

BARNHARDT, MARTHA M. Davidson

BARNHILL, FRANCES S. Williamston

BARNHILL, ROBERT H. Robersonville

BARRETT, SUSAN C. High Point

BARROW, STEPHEN T. Winston-Salem

BASS, GARY L. Seaboard

BASS, PAUL M. Jr. Newport News, Va.

BATEMAN, DONALD R. Graham

BATES, LAURA Z. Greensboro

BAUGUS, LINDA L. Morehead City

BAVIELLO, RONALD R. Greensboro

BAYS, MARGARET A. Gatesville

BEAMAN, THOMAS E. Wilson

BEARD, RITA L. Winston-Salem

BEASLEY, CHARLIE R. Jr. Kill Devil Hills

BEASLEY, EARLE Raleigh

BEASLEY, JOHN J. Raleigh

BEAUMONT, BARBARA A. Seattle, Wash.

BEAVER, HENRY G. Alebemarle

BEAVERS, SHIRLEY C. Middleburg, Va.

BECK, SARAH V. St. Petersburg, Fla.

BELCHE, RUTH E. Castalia

BELK, MICHAEL E. Monroe

BELL, CECELIA A. Goldsboro

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BELL, CORA M. Rocky Mount

BELL, DANNY L. Rocky Mount

BELL, FONDA C. Tarboro

BELL, JOYCE A. Shelby

BELLMANN, MARCIA L. Richmond, Va.

BELOTE, HERBERT T. Melfa, Va.

BENDER, BARBARA B. Pollocksville

BENDITZ, ELLEN F. Greensboro

BENNETT, ALFRED J. Easton, Md.

BENNETT, WILLIAM R. Federalsburg, Md.

BENSON, ARCHIE D. JR. Kenansville

BENSON, DONALD E. Goldsboro

BENSON, MARY E. Battleboro

BENTLEY, EDITH G. High Point

BENTON, LYNDA K. Swansboro

BENTON, MARGARET L. Chadbourn

BERDINE, JAMES M. JR. Morganton

BERGER, JANE E. Charlotte

BERGER, NELL D. Springfield, Va.

BERGER, VINCENT R. Norfolk, Va.

BERNHARDT, FLOYD G. Greenville

BERRIER, STEVEN R. Lexington

BERRY, HELEN L. Fuquay-Springs

BERRY, PATRICK K. Jacksonville

BERRY, PEGGY Y. Moyock

BEST, JULIE G. Raeford

BICKHAM, JANET L. Wanamassa, N.J.

BILYOU, SUSAN M. Charlottesville, Va.

BIRD, CYNTHIA C. Mount Jackson, Va.

BIRMINGHAM, JANE Y. Kings Mountain

BISHOP, JULIUS L. Raleigh

BISSETT, HAROLD E. JR. Henderson

BISSETTE, SHERMAN R. Wilson

BLACKMAN, GAIL E. Dudley

BLACKMER, JONATHAN C. Salisbury

BLACKMON, GLENDA K. Whiteville

BLAIR, BARBARA A. Roxboro

BLAIR, BRENDA E. Mount Airy

BLAIR, LINDA E. Mount Airy

BLALOCK, ETHEL F. Farmville

BLALOCK, LYNDA W. Linden

BLANCHARD, GEORGE W. Edenton

WATERMELON FEASTS HIGHLIGHT SUMMER ACTIVITIES.

BLANCHARD, HELEN R. Edenton

BLANCHARD, JOSEPH B. Elizabeth City

BLAND, CHERRY M. Goldbsboro

BLASKA, BRENDA J. Richmond, Va.

BLAUSTEIN, MARCIA Wilmington

BLOODWORTH, ALEXANDER Durham

BLOUNT, MARY C. Jamesville

BLUM, LORETTA J. Myrtle Beach, S.C.

BOAS, PETER D. Alexandria, Va.

BOBO, PAULA R. Mathews

BOGER, ANNE M. Mocksville

BOLUS, PATRICIA A. Raleigh

BOLTON, BEVERLY R. Richmond, Va.

BONE, MARY E. Nashville

BONNER, CHERLY L. Washington

BOOKER, ANNE W. Sanford

BOOTH, ARTHUR J. Greensboro

BOSEMAN, JANE T. Littleton

BOSSE, WILLIAM W. Ayden

BOUCHARD, THERESA E. Durham

BOWEN, CORNELIA E. Princeton

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BOWEN, WILLIAM O. Walnut Cove

BOWER, THOMAS D. Jefferson

BOWES, WARREN A. Roxboro

BOWMAN, PAUL M. Chestertown, Md.

BOYD, FRANKLIN C. Washington

BORD, KATHLEEN L. Arlington, Va.

BOYD, TONEY A. Stovall

BOYD, WILLIAM G. Belhaven

BOYETTE, CHARLES G. Fayetteville

BRADBURY, EDWIN O. New Bern

BRADDY, ROBERT S. New Bern

BRADSHER, SHARON K. Shallotte

BRANCH, BETTY J. Morganton

BRANCH, ELLEN N. Rocky Mount

BRANDON, ELIZABETH A. Whitakers

BRANNAN, JOHN W. Raleigh

BRANSCOME, BETTY F. Hampton, Va.

BRANTLEY, ELIZABETH A. Whitakers

BRANTLEY, MARGARET E. Rocky Mount

BRASWELL, MARSHA R. Roanoke Rapids

BRENNER, KATHERINE G. Fayetteville

BRETZ, BEVERLY D. Bethlehem, Pa.

BRIDGERS, MARY C. Macclesfield

BRIDGES, PAUL F. Greensboro

BRIDGES, VICTORIA L. Liberty

BRIGGS, BETTY C. Leasburg

BRIGHT, GEORGE W. III Elizabeth City

BRINKLEY, JULIA F. Greenville

BRINSON, GLENDA D. Portsmouth, Va.

BRINSON, VANCE B. Grantsboro

BRITT, CLYDE S. Rocky Mount

BRITT, DONNA R. Roanoke, Va.

BRITT, JOHN K. Greenville

BRITT, NINA E. Kinston

BRITTAIN, DAVID R. Asheboro

BROOKS, EVELYN L. Greenville

BROUGHTON, RICHARD B. New Bern

BROWER, STANLEY F. Asheboro

BROWN, CYNTHIA M. Hickory

BROWN, ESTHER G. Manteo

BROWN, HELEN T. Virginia Beach, Va.

BROWN, IVAN W. Durham

BROWN, KATHERINE E. Kannapolis

BROWN, LOUIS D. Jacksonville

BROWN, NANCY A. Knoxville, Tenn.

BROWN, RONALD W. Greensboro

BROWN, RUBY E. Greenville

BROWN, SYLVIA J. Kannapolis

BROWN, TERRY W. Youngsville

BROWNLOW, BETTE H. Pomppano Beach, Fla.

BROYHILL, SALLY P. Arlington, Va.

BRYAN, ANN C. Elizabeth City

BRYAN, DAVID H. Burlington

BRYAN, JAMES N. Mebane

BRYAN, LINDA C. Rocky Mount

BRYAN, NEL LM. Wilkesboro

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BUCK, JOHN R. Adyen

BUCKNER, JOHN C. Kernersville

BUELIN, RONALD R. Winston-Salem

BUETTNER, NANCY R. Glen Head, N.Y.

BUIE, BARBARA J. Broadway, N.Y.

BUIE, ELLIOTT Fayetteville

BULLARD, LINDA G. Greensboro

BULOW, JOHN K. Ayden

BUMGARNER, JANET S. Wilkesboro

BUMPASS, MICHAEL F. Durham

BUNCH, ANNETTE Hobbsville

BUNCH, JANNETTE Hobbsville

BUNCH, MARY L. Rocky Mount

BUNN, BENNIE G. New Bern

BURBELLA, GEORGE J. Iselin, N.Y.

BURCH, BRENDA A. Greensboro

BURCHELL, MICHAEL R. Ruffin

BURDEN, PATRICIA A. Goldsboro

BURLESON, JOHN D. Albemarle

BURNS, NATHAN S. Charlotte

BURWELL, JAMES D. Winston-Salem

BUTCHER, TERRY L. Roanoke, Va.

BUTLER, DAVID A. Charlotte

BUTLER, JUDITH L. Fayetteville

BUZZELLI, PHILLIP L. Anderson, S.C.

BYERLY, JOHN B. Greensboro

BYNUM, JOSEPH C. III Jacksonville

BROADWELL, NANCY A. Salisbury

BYRD, ANN G. Warsaw

BYRD, JUDY O. Benson

BYRNS, FRANK E. Jacksonville

CAIN, HARRY I. West Chester, Pa.

CAINES, GERTRUDE M. Middlesex

CALDER, LYNN F. Albemarle

CAMPBELL, RITA L. Silver Springs, Md.

CANNON, MARY E. Greenville

CAPPS, BARBARA D. Goldsboro

CAPRIO, ROBERT J. New Bern

CARDEN, DEBRA A. Durham

CAREY, JOHN H. Columbia, S.C.

CARGILL, JAMES M. Greenville

CARLAND, NANCY R. Asheville

CARLSON, EDWARD D. Charlotte

CARMICHAEL, CHARLES L. Raleigh

CARPENTER, SANDRA P. Claremont

CARPENTER, TINA J. New Bern

CARRAWAY, ALLEN M. New Bern

CARRIER, THOMAS B. Charlotte

CARROW, KESTER L. Pinetown

CARSON, BARBARA J. Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

CARTER, CAROL S. Greenville

CARTER, DWIGHT H. Ellerbe

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SOPHOMORES

Roger Williams delights East Carolina students.

CARTER, GLORIA D. Ellerbe

CARTER, JAMES L. Durham

CARTER, RICHARD S. Newport News, Va.

CASEBOLT, HAMPTON D. Raleigh

CASEY, LOIS M. Goldsboro

CASHION, CAROL F. North Wilkesboro

CASHION, ROBERT N. Morresville

CASSADY, PAUL C. Arlington, Va.

CASTLES, LONNA E. Charlotte

CATCHPOLE, CYNTHIA L. Columbus, Ohio

CATES, SUZANNE Hillsborough

CATTLE, ROSEMARY Kinston

CAUDILL, DAGER L. Havelock

CAUSEY, BEVERLY A. Wilson

CAUSEY, ETHEL F. Greenville

CAVINESS, MARVIN L. Carthage

CAWTHON, JOHN D. Newport News, Va.

CAYTON, FAYE C. Aurora

CAYTON, STEPHEN M. Durham

CHAMBERS, ALLEN B. Winston-Salem

CHAMBLISS, THOMAS W. Roanoke Rapids

CHAPMAN, ELBERT M. JR. Hickory

CHEEK, ADA F. Durham

CHEEK, CYNTHIA B. Southern Pines

CHESSON, JAMES R. Plymouth

CHESSON, MURRY G. Plymouth

CHESTNUT, DENNIS E. Tabor City

CHORLEY, JOSEPH H. Williamston

CHRISTIAN, LINDA L. Raleigh

CHURCH, GERALD W. Hickory

CICCOLELIA, JAN L. Westfield, N.J.

CLARK, RUSSELL B. Keysville, Va.

CLARK, WILLIAM F. JR. Rockingham

CLAUS, MARJORIE L. Charlotte

CLAYTON, MARY L. Winston-Salem

CLAYWELL, JANICE M. Albemarle

CLEVELAND, REBECCA J. Gastonia

COBB, ANNIE F. Greenville

COBB, CAROLYN R. Farmville

COBB, JANE G. Grifton

COBB, MICHAEL W. Rocky Mount

COBLE, HENRY L. Hilerbran

COBLE, JUDY K. High Point

COE, CANDICE H. Robersonville

COFFIN, WILLARD M. Greensboro

COGGINS, JUDITH M. Sanford

COHRON, LINDA L. Greenville

COLE, GARY G. High Point

COLEMAN, NANCY D. Greensboro

COLEMAN, PHILLIP C. Mooresville

COLEY, SUE C. Fasion

COLLIER, BILLIE S. Linden

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COLLINS, PATSY Castalia

CONDER, PRISCILLA A. Durham

CONLEY, MICHAEL J. Greenville

CONNET, PETER T. Swannanoa

CONNOR, SUSAN A. Roanoke Rapids

CONWAY, JACQUELINE E. Kinston

COOK, CANDICE L. McLean, Va.

COOKE, MARILYN F. Raleigh

COOKSEY, CHRISTINA J. Greenville

COOPER, JENNIFER B. Wilson

COOPER, VICKI J. Thomasville

COPENHAVER, ERNEST H. Morganton

CORBETT, JOANNA R. Fremont

CORRIHER, JOHN W. Statesville

CORRIHER, SANDRA L. China Grove

CORTOPASSI, CONSTANCE Richmond, Va.

COTA, CATHY J. Hubert

COTHREN, WILLIAM A. Jr. Statesville

COUGLE, BRYAR T. Durham

COUNTS, DONALD R. Fayetteville

COX, CAMERON M. Jr. Cary

SOPHOMORES

COX, DIANA G. New Bern

COX, GILDA Benson

COX, HOWARD T. Asheboro

COX, RAE C. Reidsville

CRAFT, STEPHEN D. Jr. Saratoga

CRAMER, THOMAS A. Babylon, N.Y.

CRATCH, SAMMIE L. Blounts Creek

CRAWFORD, CARYL M. Potomac, Md.

CREECH, CAROLEE D. Pine Level

CHREECH, DWIGHT M. Smithfield

CHREECH, MARJORIE D. Selma

CHREECH, LINDA F. Clayton

CREW, WILLIAM R. Roanoke Rapids

CRIGLER, CAROLYN M. Charlotte

CRISP, WILLIAM R. Pinetops

CRIST, PATRICIA M. Virginia Beach, Va.

CROCKER, LOOMIS G. Selma

CROMARTIE, JEAN D. Dunn

CROMARTIE, URBANA M. Raleigh

CROSLAND, EVANDELEE Wilson

CROTTS, DAVID F. Burlington

cRUTCHFIELD, RHONDA C. Fuquay-Varina

CULTON, MARTHA A. New Bern

CUMMINGS, ELIZABETH A. Alexandria, Va.

CUNNINGHAM, SUSAN O. Swansboro

CURTIS, JAKALE N. Williamston

CUSHWA, MICHAEL H. Thomasville

CUTLER, SARA D. Goldsboro

CUTTS, FANNIEM Stovall

DAIL, ALTA A. Cary

DAIL, DAVID W. Winterville

DALE, MATOKA C. Morganton

DANIEL, ESTHER J. Greensboro

DANIEL, THOMAS J. Fayetteville

DANIEL, WALTER J. Rocky Mount

DANIELS, JOHNIE B. New Bern

DANOWSKI, JAMES L. Chamblee, Ga.

DANOWSKI, THOMAS F. Chamblee, Ga.

DARK, SCARLET A. Bear Creek

DAUGHTETY, DONNA M. Kinston

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DAUGHTRY, CARL M. Jr Wade

DAUGHTRY, JANICE E. Conway

DAUGHTRY, LINDA G. Newton Grove

DAVES, DEWEY R. China Grove

DAVIS, BARBARA D. Rocky Mount

DAVIS, BUFORD L. Raeford

DAVIS CHARLES E. Wilson

DAVIS, FANNIE A. Conway

DAVIS, HELEN G. Goldsboro

DAVIS, JANET L. Mount Airy

DAVIS, JERE L. Winston-Salem

DAVIS, JOHN A. Calypso

DAVIS, JUDITH A. Raleigh

DAVIS, KAREN B. Shelby

DAVIS, LUELA J. Holly Ridge

DAVIS, LYNDA F. Sanford

DAVIS, MARGARET A. Burlington

DAVIS, NORMA K. Bladenboro

DAVIS, RANDALL K. Greenville

DAVIS, ROBERT B. Smithfield

DAWS, WILLIAM L. Roanoke Rapids

DAWSON, SUZANNE R. Durham

DAY, MARTHA J. Greensboro

DAY, MARY E. Roxboro

DEANS, KENNETH N. Hampton, Va.

DEBRUHL, JAMES F. Orlando, Fla.

DEBRUHL, WILLIAM L. Roanoke Rapids

DEEDS, JOHN M. Durham

DELLARENA, RICHARD M. Egg Harbor, N.J.

DELLINGER, MARSHALL S. Charlotte

DENNY, CHARLES C. Concord

DENTON, HERBERT F. Tarboro

DENTON, LYNDA G. Raleigh

DEWEY, WILLIAM A. Jr. New Bern

DIAMOND, LEE G. Warrenton

DICKENS, MARTY G. Scotland Neck

DICKS, ROY C. Fayetteville

DIEFENBACH, JARED R. Highstown, N.J.

DILLARD, JOHN T. Jr. Winston-Salem

DITMARS, JOHN M. Washington, D.C.

DIUGUID, WILLIAM H. Raleigh

DIXON, WILLIS E. Greenville

PIRATES HALF SOUTHERN CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TITLE.

DOLAN, MARGARET F. Charlotte

DONHARL, BRUCE E. Medford Lakes, N.J.

DONHARL, GLENN T. Medford Lakes, N.J.

DOSS, CAROLYN E. Greensboro

DOWD, ROBERT W. Portsmouth, Va.

DOWNING, BARBARA D. Fayetteville

DOZIER, WILLIAM A. Jr. Nashville

DRAKE, CHARLES E. Macon

DRAUGHON, VIVIAN C. Dunn

DRESSEL, BARRY L. Irwin, Pa.

DRUM, LOYE S. Granite Falls

DUDLY, JEFF F. Stella

DUFFORD, THOMAS F. Roanoke Rapids

DUNAWAY, MARGO D. Roxboro

DUNKLEY, MARY L. Virgilina, Va.

DUNN, JUDITH A. Rocky Mount

DUNN, LYNDA L. Greensboro

DUNNING, RONALD I. Aulander

DUPREE, GLENDA G. Angier

DURHAM, EVELYN D. Fayetteville

DURHAM, JAMES E. Kinston

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SENATOR ERVIN LEADS LARGEST HOMECOMING PARADE.

DURHAM, SHARON E. Charlotte

DUVAL, JOHN C. Falls Church, Va.

DUVALL, MARGARET L. Marlboro, Md.

DWIGGINS, BOBBY E. Charlotte

EARL, CHARLES L. Greensboro

EARLES, JOHN S. III Christianburg, Va.

EARLY, RICHARD H. Alexandria, Va.

EASON, ALANA J. Clayton

EASON, GENE L. Raleigh

EASON, LINDA K. Rocky Mount

EASTEP, ELIZABETH. S. Apex

EDWARDS, ALANA J. Clayton

EDWARDS, DAVID A. Greenville

EDWARDS, ELIZABETH G. Washington

EDWARDS, JESSE C. Kinston

EDWARDS, MICHAL F. Salisbury

EDWARDS, PRESTON S. Winstead

EDWARDS, WILLIAM III Macclesfield

EGNOR, DIANE M. Jacksonville

ELKS, HELEN R. Greenville

ELKS, LARRY G. Grimesland

ELLERBE, SUSAN T. Charleston, S.C.

ELLIS, PHILLIP C. Black Creek

ELLIS, VALERIA A. New Bern

ELLZEY, DANIEL W. III New London, Conn.

ELMORE, KENNETH R. Lincolnton

EMBLER, ANITA L. Asheville

ENNIS, JOANNA T. Morehead City

EVANS, JUDITH W. Newport

EVANS, KENNETH W. Leaksville

EVANS, PAULA G. Whiteville

EVELAND, FRANCES A. Rocky Mount

EVERHARDT, JOSEPH W. Greenville

FAIR, WILLIAM B. Fayetteville

FANN, JARVIS C. Salemburg

FARLESS, RUBEN R. Colerain

FARMER, JANET L. Colerain

FAULK, SANDRA J. Greenville

FAULKNER, WILLIAM M. Warsaw

FERGUSON, GERALD R. Midlothian, Va.

FERGUSON, LARRY R. Roxboro

FERGUSON, MARGARET D. Roxboro

FERGUSON, MICHAEL L. Fredericksburg, Va.

FINCH, DANIEL R. Bailey

FISHER, DOLORES A. Rocky Mount

FISHER, LARRY E. Hickory

FITTS, DONALD J. Raleigh

FITTS, TANDY W. Rocky Mount

FLANIGAN, JUDITH G. Goldsboro

FLANAGAN, SHARON V. Greenville

FLEMING, EUGENE C. Greenville

FLEMING, RUTH E. Greenville

FLOARS, JOHN W. Edenton

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FLOWE, PAULA L. Midland

FLOWERS, SANDRA H. Coats

FLOYD, REED D. Longhurst

FOGLEMAN, FLOYD M. Durham

FOGLEMAN, HAROLD L. Burlington

FONIELLE, RUSSELL Tabor City

FORBES, AMANDA P. Greenville

FOREMAN, JUDITH A. Kinston

FORNES, JO E. Greenville

FORREST, LOUIS P. Winston-Salem

FORRESTER, VANCE P. JR. Burlington

FORSYTHE, FREDERICK C. Oxford

FOSKEY, JUDY E. Smyrna, Del.

FOSKEY, FRANCIS J. JR. Littleton

FOSTER, SANDRA J. Benson

FOUST, BONNIE L. Jamestown

FOWLKES, JAMES S. Butner

FOWLKES, JUDITH A. Reidsville

FOY, MARGARET A. Wilmington

FOY, RICHARD C. Mount Airy

FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN N. Charlotte

FRANKS, LINDA D. Raleigh

FRANZ, GAELYNN E. Washington

FRAZER, ESTELLA B. Portsmouth, Va.

FRAZIER, WILLIAM III Oxford

FREAKLEY, GWENDOLYN A. Woodstock, Va.

FREEMAN, GARY A. Westfield, N.J.

FRESHCORN, JENNIFER L. Charlotte

FULBRIGHT, JANET E. Newton

FULGHUM, CAROLYN R. Sims

FULK, NANCY C. Pilot Mountain

FULLERKAMP, BARBARA J. Langley, A.F.B., Va.

GAINEY, WILLIAM K. Virginia Beach, Va.

GALANTIS, KOULLA J. Morehead

GALLMAN, VICKI M. Fayetteville

GAIIOWAY, JAMES M. Greenville

GALUP, MARY D. Newington

GARDNER, CHARLES D. Raleigh

GARDNER, JUDITH E. Wilson

GARDNER, PEGGY A. Rocky Mount

GARRETT, GWYNETH D. Hopewell, Va.

GARRETT, JOHN W. Carrollton, Va.

GARRETT, LINDA J. Durham

GARRETT, NANCY C. Norfolk, Va.

GARRISON, BARRY W. Charlotte

GARRITY, FRANCES P. Swansboro

GARST, JAMES L. Charlotte

GASKEY, STEPHEN G. Kannapolis

GASKINS, MICHAEL E. Grifton

GASTON, ROBERT L. Greenville

GATES, NANCY E. Prospect Hill

GAY, GEORGE T. Charlottesville, Va.

GEE, JOHN F. Burlington

GENZARDI, LESLIE J. Fair Lawn, N.J.

GERARD, JACKIE A. Wabbington

GERLACH, MARIE H. New Bern

GERRINGER, LAUREL D. Greensboro

GETSINGER, CLARENCE L. Goldsboro

NEW MEN'S DORMITORY DEDICATED TO OUTSTANDING NORTH CAROLINA JOURNALIST.

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GIBSON, CAROL A. Laurinburg

GIBSON, HERBERT W. Littleton

GIFT, GREGORY A. Ambler, Pa.

GILES, BEVERLY J. Fayetteville

GILES, BEVERLY W. Kinston

GILGER, MARY M. Fairmont

GILL, HELEN E. Kenbridge, Va.

GILL, WILLIAM S. III Clinton

GILMORE, KAYE M. Greenville

GLOVER, RICHARD A. Hyattsville, Md.

GNAU, MARGARET E. East Aurora, N.Y.

GODWIN, MICHAEL A. Wilson

GODWIN, RUBY G. Sanford

GOINS, ALAN R. Durham

GOINS, FRANK S. Charlotte

GOODLOE, PATRICIA A. Fayetteville

GOODMAN, BRENDA L. Pikeville

GOODMAN, JOYCE A. Spring Lake

GOODSON, ROBERT L. Mount Olive

GORE, JOHN S JR. Whiteville

GORHAM, JOAN R. Battleboro

SOPHMORES

GORHAM, STEPHEN D. Rocky Mount

GRABOWSKI, MICHAEL K. Red Stone Arsenal

GRADY, PHYLISS M. Cary

GRAEFF, LINDA P. McGuire A.F.B., N.J.

GRAHAM, ABIGAIL Greenville

GRAHAM, ROBERT J. JR. Burlington

GRANT, JOAN C. Seven Springs

GRANTHAM, ANTHONY L. Salemburg

GRAY, JULIA F. La Grange

GRAYBEAL, BETTY J. Statesville

GREENE, BETTY G. Biscoe

GREEN, GARY Hollywood, Fla.

GREEN, PRENTIS W. Dublin, Ga.

GREENE, JAMES C. Raleigh

GREENWOOD, RONALD B. Mount Airy

GREGORY, JAMES B. JR. Richmond, Va.

GREY, MICHAEL E. Charlotte

GRIEB, BENNETT J. Alexandria, Va.

GRIFFIN, EZRA D. JR. Greenville

GRIFFIN, LUCRETIA K. Monroe

GRIMES, JAMES R. Washington

GRISSOM, JANICE M. Henderson

GRISSOM, MARTHA N. Henderson

GROTE, JUDTIH L. Winston-Salem

GROVES, JUDY L. Falls Church, Va.

GRUBB, GERALD C. Burlington

GULLEDGE, GLENN S. Morton, Pa.

GURGANUS, CARRIE L. Bethel

GURGANUS, HORACE D. Jacksonville

GURGANUS, JUDY C. Williamston

GURGANUS, ZELLE W. Greenville

GURLEY, JAMES P. Forest City

GWALTNEY, HELEN K. Taylorsville

HAISLIP, BARBARA B. Sanford

HALE, ALLAN R. Roanoke Rapids

HALE, MARTHA A. Rocky Mount

HALES, PATSY E. Zebulon

HALEY, DONNIE E. Durham

HALL, REBECCA D. Wake Forest

HALL, SHELIA R. Albemarle

HALLMAN, CAROL A. Raleigh

HALYBURTON, ROBERT R. Hamlet

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HAMILTON, CHARLES E. Smithfield

HAMILTON, JAMES D. Orlando, Fla.

HAMILTON, JUDITH G. Pine Level

HAMILTON, MARY L. Charlotte

HAMLIN, BETTY J. Union Level, Va.

HANEY, ARTHUR J. Winterville

HARCHARIK, PAUL J. Charlotte

HARDEE, HOWARD E. Greenville

HARDEE, MARTHA C. Charlotte

HARDEE, PATRICIA A. Maysville

HARDEE, WILLIAM C. Greenville

HARDESTY, JERRY T. Beaufort

HARDIN, WANDA D. Raleigh

HARDISON, JOHN B., JR. Farmville

HARDISON, THOMAS W. New Bern

HARDY, HARVEY J. JR. Corpus Christi, Texas

HARGETT, FREDERICK W. Jacksonville

HARGETT, LINDA J. Charlotte

HARGROVE, LINDA F. Burlington

HARRELL, ABBIE K. Columbia

HARRELL, ADDIE G. Greenville

HARRELL, JOSEPH E. Greenville

HARRELL, WILLIAM A. Windsor

HARRELSON, RITA P. Tabor City

HARRIS, ANITA B. Spring Hope

HARRIS, BARBARA E. Williamston

HARRIS, HARRY M. Asheboro

HARRIS, JANICE E. Durham

HARRIS, KEYMA D. Greenville

HARRIS, MARGARET E. Greenville

HARRIS, MARTHA W. Chester, Va.

HARRIS, M. ELAINE Winterville

HARRIS, NANCY S. Rutherford

HARRIS, RACHEL C. Troy

HARRIS, WANDA S. Smithfield

HARRISON, ROBERT JR. Henderson

HARRISON, ROBERT W. chesapeake, Va.

HART, ALICE L. Grifton

HARTLEY, PATSY D. Greenville

HARTLEY, SHERRON B. High Point

HARTNESS, PATSY C. Rocky Mount

HARWOOD, FRANCES D. Mount Pleasant

HASKINS, CHARLES A. Stem

HADKES, BARMARA F. Lumberton

HATCHER, LINDA L. Lumberton

HAWKES, BARBARA F. Willow Springs

HAWKINS, JOHN R. Mebane

HAWKINS, WILLIAM T. Mebane

HAYES, RALPH S. Asheboro

HEATH, CHARLES L. Winston-Salem

HEAVNER, DANIEL L. Smithfield

HEDGLCOCK, ELIZABETH High Point

HEDGEPETH, ANDREW C. Kittrell

HECE, OSCAR K. Winston-Salem

HEGY, SANDRA L. Valley Stream. N.Y.

HELMS, CHARLES R. Charlotte

HELMS, RANDOLPH M. Thomasville

HEMPHILL, EMILY E. Morganton

HENDERSHOT, CLAUDE A. Greenville

HENDERSON, DANIEL L. Durham

HENDERSON, JAMES W. Rose Hill

HENDERSON, MARGARET A. Scotland Neck

'STOP THE WORLD, I WANT TO GET OFF' OPENS SEASON FOR EAST CAROLINA PLAYHOUSE.

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HENRY, SANDRA L. Lenoir

HENSLEY, SARA F. Morganton

HERLICA, JOSPEH R. Fort Lee, Va.

HERNDON, BARBARA J. Cherry Hill

HERRING, JAMES B. JR. Mount Olive

HESTER, BRENDA V. Valdese

HEWITT, DANIEL A. JR. Colonial Heights, Va.

HEWWETT, JULIA K. Supply

HICKOK, KATHERINE B. Kinston

HICKS, BILLY R. Elon College

HICKS, GEORGE T. Garner

HICKSON, ANNE Alexandria, Va.

HIGGINS, PATRICIA A. Columbia

HIGHTOWER, ERWIN A. Wadesboro

HILL, AGNES C. Fayetteville

HILL, ERMA S. New Bern

HILL, PHYLLIS V. Burlington

HINNANT, BRENDA S. Raleigh

HINSON, GERALD T. Garland

BUCCANEER RECEIVES FIRST CLASS HONOR RATING.

HINSON, WALTER L. JR. Mount Olive

HINTON, JANE W. Goldsboro

HJORTSVANG, CARLEEN E. Greenville

HOBART, JAMES R. Chevy Chase, Md.

HOBBS, BETTY J. Newton Grove

HOCKETT, DOUGLAS W. Pleasant Garden

HODGES, BETSEY L. Washington

HODGES, NATHANIEL J. Pelham

HOELL, JUDY L. Greenville

HOFFMAN, NANCY J. Salisbury

HOLCOMBE, CLIFTON III Suffolk, Va.

HOLLAND, HARVEY C. JR. Kenley

HOLLAND, JO K. Greensboro

HOLLAND, NANCY H. Greensboro

HOLLAND, TIMOTHY D. Durham

HOLLIDAY, MYLINDA K. Williamston

HOLLIDAY, NANCY G. Greenville

HOLLIMON, JANET M. Charlotte

HOLLOWELL, GLORIA A. Tyner

HOLSTER, SUSAN E. Winter Park, Fla.

HONEYCUTT, SIM G. Jr. Salemburg

HOOK, MARILYN S. Bessemer City

HOOKS, BRENDA F. Fort Rucker, Ala.

HOOKS, DASIE E. Greenville

HOOKS, HAROLD T. Charlotte

HOPE, DAVID P. Hopewell, Va.

HORNE, DONALD E. Chinquapin

HORNE, THOMAS G. Beulaville

HORTON, EUPHALIA O. Pittsboro

HORTON, PATRICIA A. Cleveland

HOUGH, ROBIN Z. Camden, S.C.

HOUSE, BEVERLY S. Scotland Neck

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HOWARD, BRENDA L. Durham

HOWARD, MARION J. Winston-Salem

HOWERTON, LINDA L. Wilmington

HUDSON, BRENDA M. Pantego

HUDSON, GARY M. Thomasville

HUDSON, MELVIN R. Greenville

HUEY, SYLVIA L. Mebane

HUFF, PAMELA J. Beaufort

HUFFMAN, ROBERT L. JR. Goldsboro

HUGHES, VICKY W. LaGrange

HUNNIECUTT, SARA S. Bethel

HUNT, MITCHELL L. Winston-Salem

INGRAM, DONALD W. Alexandria, Va.

INGRAM, ELLEN E. Zebulon

INGRAM, HENRY P. Mooresville

IRVIN, JAMES R. Southern Pines

IVEY, FRANCES K. New BErn

IVEY, LINDA E. Wiesbaden, Ger.

JACKSON, JOHN K. JR. Elizabeth City

JACOBS, SYLVIA A. Greensboro

JAFFE, ALLEN Jacksonville

JAMES, CAROLYN A. Wallace

JAMES, CHERIE F. Robersonville

JANUZELLI, JAMES P. JR. Bridgeport, Pa.

JARMAN, JAMES M. JR. Jacksonville

JAYROE, EMMA K. Morehead City

JEDNY, SUSAN G. Greenbrook, N.J.

JEFFERIES, JOHN S. Burlington

JEFFRIES, PAULA C. Durham

JENKINS, MARTHA J. Greensboro

SOPHOMORES

JENKINS, ROBERT C. Statesville

JENKINS, WILLIAM T. Charlotte

JENNINGS, IRVIN T. JR. Nathalie, Va.

JERNIGAN, LINDA E. Colerain

JESSUP, FAY E. Greensboro

JESSUP, JANET E. Pilot Mountain

JOHNSON, CURTISS W. Roanoke Rapids

JOHNSON, CYNTHIA D. Asheville

JOHNSON, CYNTHIA G. Mocksville

JOHNSON, ERNEST F. JR. Fayetteville

JOHNSON, JACK W. Plantation, Fla.

JOHNSON, JAMES A. Four Oaks

JOHNSON, JANICE K. Taylorsville

JOHNSON, JANIE D. Greensboro

JOHNSON, MICHAEL J. Clayton

JOHNSON, TERRY R. charlotte

JOHNSON, TRUDY A. Fayetteville

JOHNSTON, LOLLIE M. Weldon

JOLLY, BETTY K. Roanoke Rapids

JONES, CAROL E. Jacksonville

JONES, GENUS R. Harkers Island

JONES, JOAN L. Migro

JONES, KATHRYN L. Wilson

JONES, LESLIE E. Wilmington

JONES, LINDA R. Morrisville

JONES, LYNN L. Raleigh

JONES, MICHAEL D. New Bern

JONES, OTIS L. Goldsboro

JONES, RUDY M. Greenville

JONES, SANDRA J. Mount Olive

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JONES, SUE K. Angier

JONES, WILLIAM S. Roanoke Rapids

JORDAN, ROSEMARY Charlotte

JORDAN, WILLIAM H. JR. Smithfield

JORGENSON, JANIS Greenville

JOYNER, CLINTON C. JR. Fayetteville

JOYNER, ETHEL C. Belhaven

JOYNER, GEORGE M. Concord

JUDY, NORMA J. Alexandria, Va.

JULIAN, CAROL Washington, D.C.

KALE, KAREN E. Morehead City

KAMINSKI, ELIZABETH L. Hampton

KARPOVICH, ARTHUR A. Arlington, Va.

KAROLICH, WILLIAM J. Worth, Ill.

KEIR, RICHARD M. Durham

KELLAM, JO A. Chesapeake, Va.

KELLER, WILLIAM R. JR. Winston-Salem

KELLY, MARY P. China Grove

KERSHAW, LEE A. Framingham, Mass.

KIDD, WILLIAM J. Newton Square, Pa.

KILLOUGH, RUSSELL L. Charlotte

KILPATRICK, GWENDOLYN Weldon

CRITICS PRAISE EC SUMMER THEATER.

KILPATRICK, HALLIE S. Conway

KILPATRICK, MARY E. Greenville

KIMBALL, JAMES D. JR. Lemon Springs

KINCAID, THOMAS L. JR. Statesville

KING, ANNE G. Halifax

KING, BEVERLY L. Durham

KING, CARLTON W. III Seaford, Del.

KING, MICHAEL J. Virginia Beach, Va.

KING, NADINE W. Gates

KING, PAMELA M. Kinston

KINSEY, NED M. Raleigh

KINSEY, WILLIAM H. Charlotte

KIRBY, DIANE L. Roxboro

KIRKLAND, JUDITH A. Tarboro

KIRKPATRICK, SANDRA G. Waynesville

KISER, LINDA J. Maiden

KITCHIN, WILLIAM M. JR. Gastonia

KIVETT, HERMAN H. JR. Asheboro

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KLEIMAN, LYNDA O. Greensboro

KLIMKIEWICZ, MICHAEL Alexandria, Va.

KLINGMAN, RICHARD L. Raleigh

KLUTTZ, NANCY P. Durham

KNOX, PHYLLIS T. Robersonville

KORNEGAY, JACK M. JR. Goldsboro

KORNEGAY, KATHY J. Raleigh

KRAUTLER, CHARLES C. Silver Springs, Md.

LACKEY, JOSIANE T. Thomasville

LACKEY, KAY M. Taylorsville

LAFFERTY, WILLIAM C. Ocean City, N.J.

LAI, ROBERT Babylon, N.Y.

LAMBERT, JANE A. Stanfield

LAMM, FRANCES W. Raleigh

LAMM, MARY P. Fayetteville

LAMPSHIRE, CLAUDIA D. Alexandria, Va.

LAND, HARRY L. JR. Millington, Tenn.

LANDIN, BILLIE J. Elm City

LANE, JAMES T. Henderson

LANGE, WILLIAM F. Fort Lee, Va.

LANGLEY, JOHN D. JR.Greenville

LANGLEY, REBECCA A. Kenly

LANGLEY, ROBERTA L. Wilson

LANIER, PEGGY S. Beulaville

LARSH, MARGARET J. Chapel Hill

LASPINA, PHYLLIS A. Zebulon

LASSITER, ROBERT E. Winterville

LATHAM, MARY P. Washington

LATHAM, SCOTT K. Annandale, Va.

LATTA, KALHRYN M. Greensboro

LAVALLEY, LINDA A. Greensboro

LAVENDUSKI, MARY E. Durham

LAWING, ROBERT J. Mount Holly

LAWS, BRENDA S. Fayetteville

LAWS, NANCY A. Pleasant Garden

LAWSON, WILLARD F. Greensboro

LEATHERMAN, KATHY A. Mocksville

LEDFORD, THOMAS E. Fayetteville

LEE, BETTY A. Kenbridge, Va.

LEE, BETTY J. Smithfield

LEE, JANET R. Smithfield

LEE, PATRICIA A. Kinston

LEE, WILLIAM S. Rocky Mount

LEINSS, WILLIAM S. Chicago, Ill.

LEMMONS, SHARON P. Thomasville

LETT, WAYNE D. Newport News, Va.

LEWIS, BILVA D. Newport

LEWIS, DAISY L. Kenly

LEWIS, JUNE C. Burlington

LEWIS, LINDA M. Newport

LEWIS, MARY L. Rocky Mount

LEWIS, PATRICIA A. Fuquay-Varina

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LEWIS, STEPHEN P. Clinton

LEWIS, SYLVIA A. New Bern

LICKO, BENJAMIN S. Swansboro

LIEDL, JACQUELINE Fairfax, Va.

LIKOS, ROBERT J. West Orange, N.J.

LINDFELT, ROBERT I. Camp Lejeune

LINGLE, JACQULYN R. Faith

LINKO, BRENDA S. New Bern

LITTLE, BRENDA F. Creedmoor

LITTLE, JOE S. Jefferson

LITTLE, JUDITH C. Greenville

LIVENGOOD, LARRY E. Goldsboro

LLOYD, DAVID R. Raleigh

LOCKO, GEORGE A. West Orange, N.J.

LO FARO, PAUL L. Boston, Mass.

LONG, ALLEN T. Bessemer City

LONG, CHARLES E. Seaboard

LONG, EDNA C. Dunn

LONG, JESSE L. Seaboard

LONG, WILLIAM F. JR. Roxboro

LOWDER, ROBERT L. Albemarle

LOWE, THOMAS M. Greensboro

LUCAS, JAMES C. Gastonia

LUGANI, BARBARA A. Raleigh

LUKENS, MARSHA A. Hyattsville, Md.

LUPTON, JAMES E. Lowland

LYMAN, JEFFREY F. Charlotte

MACIOROSKI, SANDRA L. Oxford

MADAGAN, JAMES M. Charlotte

MAGGIOLO, LEWIS S. Newport

MAHAN, LINDA K. Burlington

MAHLER, REBECCA L. Grifton

MAKEMSON, JOHN C. Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

MANCHESTER, JAMES D. Pompano Beach, Fla.

MANESS, DORCAS R. Roanoke Rapids

MANGUM, FOY M. Stem

MANGUM, REBECCA S. High Point

MANN, CYNTHIA S. New Bern

MANN, DONALD C. Annandale, Va.

MANN, JODY L. Colonial Heights, Va.

MANN, WILLIAM K. Newport

MANNING, CHARLES W. Winterville

MANNING, MITCHELL W. Robersonville

MANNING, PAMELA F. Newport

MAREE, HOWARD P. Goldsboro

MARGFRUM, RAYMOND E. Newtown, Pa.

MARKS, BILLIE D. Rocky Mount

MARKS, WILLIAM F. Charlotte

MARSHALL, BARBARA A. Rocky Mount

MARSHALL, DAVID R. Jacksonville

MARSHBURN, NOLA E. New Bern

MARTIN, HAL L. Greenville

MARTIN, JOHN M. Lawsonville

MARTIN, MELINDA J. Conway

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MASSEY, BRENDA C. Middlesex

MASTERS, ALLYSON B. Fayetteville

MATHERNE, NOEL J. JR. Concord

MATTHEWS, BEVERLY A. Greensboro

MATTHEWS, DWIGHT W. Linden

MATTHEWS, LINDA S. Matthews

MAULDIN, CLEMENT E. Goldsboro

MAULDIN, TULA A. Dunn

MAUNEY, MOLLY A. Lincolnton

MAY, FRANCES D. Zebulon

MAY, BETSY A. Bailey

MAY, MARY E. Durham

MAYHEW, THOMAS W. Shelby

MAYS, SCARLETT L. Hillsborough

MAYVILLE, MARY E. Fayetteville

MCADAMS, BRENDA G. Winston-Salem

MCADAMS, CLAUDE E. Durham

MCAULIFFE, ROBERT R. Raleigh

MCAULIFFE, WINIFRED M. Jacksonville

MCCACHERN, JEAN P. Mooresville

MCCALL, LEON E. Laurinburg

MCCALL, MARCIA L. Durham

MCCANLESS, VIVIAN P. Asheville

MCCANDLISH, SUSAN R. Waynesboro, Va.

MCCORMACK, DAVID A. Durham

MCCOY, EDWARD J. Lenoir

MCCUBBLNS, CLAUDE T. Richmond, Va.

MCDONALD, MARTHA N. Laurinburg

MCGEHEE, CHARLOTTE A. Fayetteville

MCINTYRE, CAROL J. Sneads Ferry

MCKEE, JUDITH A. Key West, Fla.

MCKELVEY, DENNIS G. Bethlehem, Pa.

MCKINLEY, PATTI P. Morehead City

MCKINNEY, ANN H. Alexandria, Va.

MCKINNEY, LINDA L. Goldsboro

MCKITRICK, PAMELA L. Wilmington

MCLAWHORN, CHARLES L. Winterville

MCLEOD, SARAH E. Carthage

MCMAKIN, BENJAMIN R. Greensboro

MCMILLAN, CLAUDE D. Norfolk, Va.

MCMILIIAN, CECIL M. Dobson

MCNEILL, ALBERT D. Beaufort

MEADE, JOAN D. Nashville

MEASAMER, SYLVIA A. Sanford

MELASKY, JANE E. Charlotte

MELNIKOV, CAROL R. High Point

MELSON, KAY S. Clinton

MELTON, BARBARA A. Southport

MELTON, JUDY E. Waxhaw

MENEFEE, WADE W. III Harrisonburg, Va.

MERRITT, FRANCES D. Greenville

MERRITT, SELBY P. Roanoke Rapids

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METTS, RONALD H. Trenton

MEWBORN, ASA W. Snow Hill

MEWBORN, MARGARET L. Kinston

MICOL, RACHEL J. Valdese

MIDGETT, CHRISTINA D. Manteo

MILLER, DAVID L. Albemarle

MILLER, ELTON G. Avon

MILLER, ROBERT C. Hickory

MILLER, SUSIE L. Hickory

MILLER, TAMEA A. Raleigh

MILLS, EDWIN G. JR. Ronkonkama, N.Y.

MILLS, JOHN D. Greenville

MILLS, MICHAEL W. Greenville

MILLS, SAMMY R. Grimesland

MILLSON, COLIE E. Hamlet

MINTZ, RUTH O. Aurora

MIODUSZEWSKI, MICHALE Fayetteville

MITCHELL, COY W. Weldon

MITCHUM, WILLIAM D. JR. Lenoir

MIZELLE, DOROTHY L. Palmyra

MIZELL, SARA M. Charlotte

MIXON, PAMELA K. Goldsboro

MOBLEY, LINDA L. Williamston

MOCK, CHARLES G. Charlotte

MONTGOMERY, MARTHA S. Durham

MON