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PHI PSI CLI

ELON COLLEGE, NORTH CAROLINA



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FOREWORD



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Nineteen hundred and seventy-one. One year into a new
decade. A year when the catch phrase "doing your own thing"
seems to have come to the attention and inspired the coopera-
tion of the world. What is this nebulous "thing'.'" When docs
one recognize it? How does one nurture it?

To identify this abstraction is the simplest of the trilogy of
questions to answer. This vague "thing" is the development of
one's own self. Henry van Dyke said: "Self is the only prison
that can ever bind the soul." Once defined, recognition of self
comes only when the need for identity is admitted. This
admission may come at any period in one's life; however,
when the acknowledgement does happen, it requires the
understanding and the accepting of the responsibility for self
not onlj as a microcosm, but also as a part of the macrocosm.

With self interpreted and comprehended, the final question
of development arises. In order that one's identity ma)
mature, an evolution of one's expressions must take place: an
evolutionary process that involves three key stages: expression
as encountered in life expression as understood in life; expres-
sion as created in life. Once these are challenged and
attempted, the way to complete self-identity is made clear.

Nineteen hundred and seventy-one. One year into a new
decade. A year for Definition . . . Comprehension . . .
EXPRESSION ...1971.




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ACADEMICS


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ORGANIZATIONS


38


GREEKS


66


SPORTS


90


FEATURES


108


CLASSES


132


INDEX




CONCLUSION





DEDICATION Manly Wade

Wellman




1971



To Manly Wade Wellman - for his contributions to the academic community as Professor of English - for
his service to the student body as the sponsor of the campus literary magazine, the Colonnades - in
recognition of his many successes in the literary world - this fifty-sixth edition of the Phi Psi Cli is
dedicated.



ELON COLLEGE



ACADEMICS



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BOARD OF TRUSTEES




Dr. W. M. Stevens William N. P. Herbert Rex G. Powell Gerry S. Oxford Senator B. E. Jordan Dr. J.E.Dani



T. S. Earp

Royall H. Spence, Jr.

Mrs. C. B. Wilkins



Dr. M. E. Godwin, Jr. Dr. George Bullard
Mrs. W. W. Sellers Dr. L. E. Smith

D. C. MacLennan Irwin Smallwood



Dr. J. H. Lightbourne
Shirley T. Holland
Cvrus Shoffner



Dr. J. L.Crumpton
Dr.C. W. McPherson



PRESIDENT

OF THE

COLLEGE

Dr. J. Earl Danieley




The President's Medallion




Dr. A. L. Hook Dean Emeritus




STANDING: Robert Wicker, Director of Audio Visuals, Kenneth Harper Acting
Registrar, Dr. John SuUivan Director of Current Issues Program. SEATED: Larry
Barnes Admissions Counselor, Stan Boone Director of Admissions



STANDING: Carl Mulholland Accountant, C. C. Bayliff, Jr. Campus Shop Manager,
Worden Updyke Director of Technical Services. SEATED: Rena Danieley Director of
Financial Aid and Placement, W. E. Butler, Jr. Business Manager, Larry McCauley
Director of Physical Plant






Counselors Louis Wilkins, Dell Bright, Rachel Westmoreland




Tyrone Rowell Director of Alumni Relations, Charles Hutcheson Director of Develop-
ment, Tom Bass Assistant Director of Development, Melvin Shreves Director of News
Bureau, Dan Euliss Director of Publications




Gum Lambert Associate Librarian, Augi Ann Assistant Librarian, Theodore Oma Johnson Librarian Historical So
Perkins Librarian.




Librarians Virginia Richardson, Uleanore Kittenger, Dorm Hostesses Leona Updyke, Alice McCullough, Ruth Simpson, Dorothy

Katie Wilson, Ann Vickers, Mattie Lee S. Lee McMillan. Not pictured Evelyn Trent





Dr. William F.lzey Chaplain



Dr. Alfred Hurst Campus Minister




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obert Gibbs Mail Services



Secretaries Pat Thrift, Mary Crigger, Jacqueline Matlock, Avril Core, Mary
Edwards




Bryan Nurse



Secretaries Mary Thomas, Ruth Benton, Lou Harper, Joyce Perry




Uater Food Service Steve Bucko, Herbert Daniels, Nehiamiah Harvey, William Secretaries Standing: Mary Elizabeth McCauley, Emma Lewis, Bonae Johnson,
ickler Anne Marmorato, Audrey Shumar, Jan McKee, Nancy Morrow. Seated Vicki

Smith, Kay Halbert, Virginia Johnston, Donna Holt, Jennifer Locke, Peggy
Roberts. Not pictured Doris Maney, Ed Powers, Jan Henry. Margie Lakey



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Howard Daniels Maintenance Foreman





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Janitors Standing: Donnell Hatfield, John Dick, Sam Moore, George Vincent,
Billy Wiley. Seated: Thomas Soupes, Charlie Hatfield, James Faust, Calvin Mc-
Collum, Robert Warren. Not Pictured: Leonard Wairen, James Slade, John
Kenner






Outdoor Crew Kenneth Routh, Jesse George, Otto Wilborne, Al Jordan, Lloyd




Maids Standing: Dorothy Boldin, Elizabeth Miles. Mary Graham, Alice Bradshaw,
Mabel Bradshaw, Lottie Carncll, Martha Grant. Minnie Jennings, Vera Ireland,
Louise Smith. Seated: Norma Faust, Delois Fields, Beulah Reiford, Pamela
McCollum, Mary Jane Ireland, Ruth Hariston. Not pictured: Myrtle Paul



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Maintenance Crew Hal Laughlin, Ernest Isley, MiUard Faucette, Shelton Cobbins Maintenance Crew Simon Stone, J. R. Carpenter, Dennis Wall, Bill Baldwin,

Walter King, Warren Jeffries
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BUSINESS




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Frances Longest



Julia Covington



Jeanne Williams Chairman



BUSINESS




ECONOMICS



Syed Hasan

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EDUCATION




Dr. Arnold Strauch Chairman



ENGLISH




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Betty Gerow



Becky Hayward




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Not pictured Lamar Bland



FINE ARTS




Not pictured
Dr. A. S. Moffett
Walter Westafer



Dr. Malvin Artley



FOREIGN LANGUAGES



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MATHEMATICS




Not pictured

Janie F.vans, Burton Stuart, Jr.



Vincent Lamphier



NATURAL
SCIENCES




Dr. Whitney Mullen



PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION




Dr. John Sullivan



Dr. Ferris Reynolds Chairman



Dr William Elzey



Not pictured Howard Bozarth



PHYSICAL EDUCATION




Jerry Tolley



Clayton Johnson



SOCIAL
SCIENCES




Gilbert Latham




Rudolf Zarzai










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STUDENT GOVERNMENT




Officers: Alex Vardavas Vice President, Lee Loy President, Dean McBrayer Treasurer, Lois Matheny Secretary




Senate: Standing Al Blom, Mark Russell, Robert Tibbs, Gene Pointer, Francis Smith, Terry Rice, Bob Lane, Todd Bridgford, John Smith, Bill
Ogle. Seated Alex Vardavas. Patty Russell, Carolyn DeLuca, Kathy Lawson, Marcella Walsh. Kay Holeman, Kathy O'Conner, Chuck Firmani.
Kate Collins, Ginny Norfleet, Beth Williford. ,\ot pictured Chris Butcher, Frank Lyon, Carolyn Overstreet, Bob Ashwell, Carole Carlson. Bill
Dressel, Stephen Yost, Perry Crouch, Joel Smith, Suzanne DeLoach, Tom Sollinger. Chris Walsh




luck Firmani Parliamentarian, Alex Vardavas Speaker of the Senate. Rick
itkins Sergeant-at-Arms. Deborah Wright Secretary of the Senate. Not pic-
ked Scott Bailey Sergeant-at-Arms





Committee Chairman: Standing Bill Griggs. Al Blom, Charlie Davis, York Poole.
Seated Francis Smith, Lisa Chapin, Kathy Davis, Kathy O'Conner. Doug Evans.
Not pictured Barry Cheatham. Chips Chapman, Bon Lane, John Smith. Chris
Walsh. Mary Ann Hampton, Gary Overfelt, John Elmore, Buck Cobb. Neil
Henning



Standing Senate Committee Chairman: Bob Lane, Terry Rice, Robert Tibbs.
John Smith, Todd Bridgford




Faculty-Student Committee Members: Standing Bill Griggs, Marvin Morgan,
Charlie Davis, Todd Bridgford, Bill Bond. Seated David Marion, Susan Pell, Lois
Matheny, Jan Davis, Gena O'Berry, Doug Evans. Not pictured Craig MacCreary,
Nancy Gurney. Steve Yost, Pat Jones, Bob Lane, Marilyn Commerce. David
Burchette, Ann Hardy.



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Justices Standing Craig MacCreary Chief Justice, Mr. Jerry Drake, York Poole, Mr. Ralph Anderson, Mr. Voigt Morgan. Scarce/ Mrs. Lucile Stone, Patty
Herbin, Mrs. Shelby Bennett Secretary.




Attorney General's Staff: Bill Haffey, Patty Russell. Not pictured Chris Smith, Jeff Hansis, Attorney Central



WOMEN'S INTER-DORM COUNCIL




Back Row Kathy Streeter, Beth Brinckerhoff, Mary Anne Hampton, Celeste Brady, Beth Nalley. Gail Daniel, Debbie Jenkins. Bonnie Dorman, Debbie
McDaniel. Kathie Watlington. Middle Row Emily Hall. Linda Hundley, Myra Rothwell President, Debbie Hon, Kay Bottoms, Joann Lockwood,
Glenda Condon. Front Row Gail Stains, Nancy Gurney, Linda Chalmers, Susan Pell, Jacquei Lye. Not pictured Joanne Oliver, Lorraine Wilkinson



MEN'S
INTER-
DORM
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John Smith
Charlie Davis
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Gene Pointer
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THE CIRCLE K




Dave Dunker, Joe Sigler President, Colonel Winfred Meibohm, Buck Cobb. Not pictured Scott Bailey Vice-President, Al Blom Secretary-Treasurer,
Rob Draper, Roger Sampson.



Circle K International is a social-service organization for college men. and is similar to the
Kiwanis Club. Circle K is a leadership and character-building group which has chapters on some
1,000 college campuses throughout the United States and Canada. The Circle K chapter at Elon
College has sponsored collection drives for the Heart Fund, the Cancer Fund, and has planned
an ecology drive.

Applying the Circle K International motto, "We Build," the Elon College chapter strives to
foster integrity in personal relationships on the campus, in government, and with God.



THE INTERNATIONAL CLUB



Standing:

Lee Shall wan Executive Committee

Mr. Lewis VJilk'ins Advisor

Alicia Zablah Secretary

Dau Tin Tran Executive Committee

Seated:

George Shall wan President

Estella Millicovsky Vice President




The International Club, organized in the spring of 1970, is composed of the
students and faculty members of different nationalities at Elon College. Slides of
various countries and films on international relations are part of the club's informal
programs.




STANDING:
George Shahwan
Mr. Rudolph Zarzar
Mr. Syed Hasan
Nihad Haddad
Greta Zarzar
Agha Noorullah
Lee Shahwan
Surasak Ratanatredagain
Nitayanont Akapong
Mr. Lewis Wilkins
Trathatsrintr Rupagut
Philip Amash
SEATED:
Faith Pease

Suchada Saranakomana
Sud-among Saranakomana
Benjanee Supatanasinkasen
Dau Thi Tran
Varanute Pannpaisal
Estella Millicovsky
Alicia Zablah




Pat Jones Editor-in-Chief



Beth N alley Assistant Editor



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Jan Davis Associate Editor
Mr. Daniel Kuliss Advisor



Jimmy Pollack Photographer





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Judy iAyeis-Business Manager
Cheri Ford -Academics Editor



Todd White -Layouts and Art Editor
Mary Lou MacGillivray -Organizations Editor



John Smith -Sports Editor
Mary Ann Hampton-Greeks Editor




THE
ELON
COLLEGE
CHOIR



Sopranos

Rexunne Bishop
Sue Blej
Allison Brown
Fran Council
Suzanne Culverhouse
Sarah Draper
Trieia Hasie
Suzanne Helsey
Anne Jones
Be\ Lane
Susan Logan
Bonnie Lunsford
Rhonda Powell
Audrey Ray
Mary Lee Reynolds
Mary Sexton
Carol Tegge
Laura Tegge
Donna Watson
Barbara Welch
Cathy Wilson
Billie Wright
Dail Wester
Joyce Ford




Altos

Jane Cockman
Betsy Hager
Kathy Haine
Kay Hale man

Linda Jewee
Karen Madan
Wilhelminia Morgan
Margaret O'Biiant
Jean Rhodes
Pam Shoemaker
Gale Weatherly
Gwendolyn Wood
Sheila Wool ton




Tenors



Dave Barber
Jerald Campbell
Edward Cooke
Bill Triggs
Floyd Hinshaw
Wayne Kanoy
John Park
Mike Parks
Brad Penny
Francis Smith
Paul Tew



Mae Abernathy
Chip Fishburne
Bill Hoftey
Bascom Harrison
John Jenkins
Bruce Johnson
Marvin Morgan
Don Perkins
Barry Simpson
Dallas Smith
Jonathan Tross
Pete Tucker
Danny Walker




Brass

David Baker
Edwin Boswell
Charles Calligan
George Cannon
Perry Crouch
Ronald Crouch
John Evarts
Wilton I lath
Addison I limes
Floyd lhnshaw
Larry Hodges
Jeffrey lsley
Jack Lewis
Thomas Lewis
Darell Lynn



Mark Levine
William Ogle
John Park
Elliott Reynolds
Douglas Russell
Barry Simmons
Dallas Smith
Roger Staley
William Stewart
Mickey Stuart
David To we
Terrell Webb
Jon White

Woodwinds

Charles Bewyman



Cynthia Cokei
Paul Dempsey
Kenneth Ellingtoi
Carol Emmett
Sander Evans
James Fogle
Stephen Griffin
Barbara Groover
Kathy Haire
David Halforn
Donna Kerkow
Susan Pell
Elsie Peterson
Robert Synder
Joe Spigel
Linda Thomas
Sheri Tucker



Beverly Uerling

Theresa Uhl
Lora Wester
Edwin Wright

Percussions

John Bryant
James Cockman
William Crocker
Michele Diette
David Fuller
Stephen Hudson
Melanie Kissell
Susan Merrill
David Peeler
Roger Sampson



THE

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MARCHING

BAND




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Mary Ann Harper

Janice Poor

Helen Rogers

Mary Sexton

Julie Smith

Janet Thornhill

Richard Watkins-Drum Major




Front Row: Gena O'Berry, Sue Reider. Second Row: Jane Kiger, Kathy Crory, Carolyn DeLi
Sprinkle, Jo Ann Dean, Alternates: Debbie Jenkins, Dale Short.



■:k Row: Chris Jewell. Debbie M.iekin, Anne




CHEERLEADERS





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Paulette Watsun. Elaine Gourley, Alan Wilkinson, Sue Logan. Al Jackson, Ann Shawhan, Carl Reynolds, Bill Sha
Watson. Todd White, Cathie Albair. Dale Kaufman, Pete Baselici, Sara Draper. Glenda Condon. Jennifer Coble.



Jacquei Lye. Dr. A. S. Moffett, Al



Historian -Cathie Albair, Sec.-Trcas. Al Wat
Glenda Condon. President Bill Shaver






Al Watson, Jacquei Lye, Dale Kaufman, Sandy Moffett, Glenda Condon, Bill Shav



ALPHA

PSI
OMEGA

LAMBDA OMICRON CAST



Alpha Psi Omega is the
national honorary dramatic
fraternity at Elon College. The
members of Alpha Psi Omega
are chosen through their
contributions in dramatics
productions. The society
provides a vital part in student
creativity and expression.



THE HOSTAGE by Brenden Behan




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Kneeling. Lynn Pound Treasurer. Susan Miller Secretary. Linda Murray Vice President. Bobbie Jean Franklin President. Second Row Wilhe
Morgan, Carroll Kraycirik, Cindy Martin. Susan Cook, Alicia Zablah. Gladys Kivett. Third Row Wanda Peoples. Grace Reeee. Jean Hollida
Kwenbark, Sue Bevacqua, Karen Cheek. Virginia Nortleet, Mrs. Frances Longest.



BETA

CHI

EPSILON



Beta Chi Epsilon was organized to benefit all Business Edu-
cation and Secretarial students at Elon College. For com-
muters. Beta Chi Epsilon serves as a source of extracurricular
activities. The organization brings its members in contact
with the latest office equipment through visits to local busi-
ness firms and industries.



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Seared; Richard Sours, Dr. James Elder, Richard Bennett Vice President, Bill Boswell President. Susan Caviness Secretary, Mrs. Rachel Holt, Mrs.
Suzanne Hooper, Dr. Robert Delp. Standing: Dr. Durward Stokes, Mr. Gilbert Latham.



Pi Gamma Mu is the National Social Science Honor Society.
The North Carolina Alpha Chapter was established in 1929.
The society recognizes those faculty members and students
who have attained merit in the social sciences at Elon College.



PI

GAMMA
MU




Left to Right: Lee Loy, Delegate
Diane Gerlach, Vice President;
Patti Herbin, President; Kay Saund-
ers, Secretary: David Towe, Trea-



ALPHA



Students having at least junior standing with a cumulative
grade point average of 3.30. are recognized for outstanding
scholarship in the national organization Alpha Chi. Stimula-
tion, development, recognition of scholarship, and those ele-
ments of character that make scholarship effective for good.
are the main objectives of the group.



First Row Susan Pell, Mrs.
Estei Gross, Mrs. Shelby
Bennett. Gail Daniel. Judith
Swanson Second Row:
Laurent Changuion, Charles
Moore, Marvin Morgan, M"ir
Cahill, Elmore Edmonds.




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Front Row: Danny Watson. John Davis, Alan Parham, Mike Lawton, John Richardson, Larry King, Howard Pope. Eddie Tysinger, Craig Gill, John
Williams, Danny Rascoe, Scott Rush. Back Row: Jimmy Twisdell, Curtis Leary. Charles Bradshaw, Bob May. Joe Faulk. Rusty Roberts, Nick
Angelone, Al Covington. Dennis Everette. Pete McDaniel. Dean Plott.



THE WOMEN'S

ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION




Back Row Gail Beck. Elizabeth Zimmerman. Cindy Holloway. Susie Blosser, Emily Hall, Lorraine Wilkinson, Mrs. Ja
Front Row Connie Jennus, Gena O'Berry, Carol Emmett, Ruth Ann Phillips, Kathy Streeter.



in. Lynn Cunning



The Woman's Athletic Association serves to create greater
interest in women's sports. The club strives to promote good
sportsmanship and provides recreational activities for women.
All women students at Elon College are eligible for member-
ship in W.A.A.



SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING




Left to Right: Lynda Dickenman, Barbara O'Brien, Connie Jennus, Ruth McAllister, Leslie Young, Charlotte Welch.



The addition of a new pool to the Elon College gym facilities
created the opportunity to organize a synchronized swimming
team for the first time this year. Under the instruction of Mrs.
Connie Jennus, the swimmers have learned various moving and
still formations. Coach Kelly, the team's sponsor, has great
hopes for the newly formed group.



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BOB Best of the Best! Dedicated to the high ideals and
traditions upon which Beta Omicron Beta Sorority was found-
ed in 1919, the sisters have committed themselves to make this
year the best year in BOB's history. Activities began immedi-
ately upon returning to school as we sponsored two successful
car washes. Our Back-to-School Picnic was enjoyed by all. The
pace never slackened as we moved into rush activities with
many creative and unique ideas for rush parties, invitations,
and entertainment. A special event was the BOB and ITK
Country Shindig and Cookout-a great success. We were really
proud of our new pledges, too. Continuing our tradition of
active participation in campus affairs and projects, we sisters
again joined with our ITK brothers to produce the second
consecutive 1st place winner in the Homecoming float compe-
tition. Individual service to Elon is evident in that we are
proud to have two Who's Who membeis with us as well as Iwo
members of Alpha Chi. We're proud that our sisters are
holding major offices in the 1GC, SNEA, SAM, MTNA, SGA,
and the newly developing Pan-Hellenic Council. Several service
projects are planned both on and off campus including our
annual candy sale. The proceeds from this project go into the
Cindy Robertson Memorial Scholarship presented annually by
BOB to an outstanding biology student. All these activities
make up a successful year of service and it will be highlighted
by our formal Spring Banquet. Although quite busy, we can
always be found at our "local" address-of which we're quite
proud. Drop in and get acquainted with the most congenial
group on campus. A superior group of girls all true to the
White and Blue- the finest that you'll ever know!




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a Pollack. Elizabeth Zimmerman, Gwen Wood, Cynthia Coker, Susan Pell, Lisa Chapin, Pam Berry, Lois Matheny,
rrior, Donna Turnage, Gale Weatherly.



BETA

OMICRON

BETA




Phi Mu Fraternity was founded at Weslyan College in Macon,
Georgia in 1852, becoming the second oldest national sorority.
Phi Mu also ranks as one of the largest with well over one
hundred accredited chapters in the United States as well as
overseas.

Gamma Nu Chapter of Elon College was formerly Pi Kappa
Tau, a local sorority founded m 1923. Through continuous
effort and much haul woik the local became the colony, and
finallj the col. my became Phi Mu. With well over thirty
members now. Phi Mu takes pride in being one of the top
sororities on the Lion Campus. Asa chapter much interest has
been shown in school spirit, not only with Homecoming, but
also with pep posters for every home game. Community
service, through projects with the Lion Home lor Children,
makes up a large part of service activities. Many enjoyable
times aie also spent when the sisters of Phi Mu team up with
the brother fraternity, Tau Kappa Epsilon.



Phi Mu is also proud of the accomplishments of its members.
We were represented on the cheerleading squad by Chris Jewel,
Anne Sprinkle, and Head cheerleader, Ciena O'Berry. Gena also
reigned as Homecoming Queen with Janet Lee and Anne
Sprinkle on her court. Also among our notable notables were:
Karen Paulos, Sigma Mu sweetheart; Patty Herbin, President of
Alpha Chi; Mary Sexton, majorette; Janet Lee, Spring Week-
end Court; Juanita Newton, Phi Mu sponsor for Homecoming.
Phi Mu was also represented by two class sponsors for
Homecoming: Cindy Hollowuv . Junior Class; Pat Jones. Semoi
Class. Who's Who included: Jan Davis, Patty Herbin. and Geira
O'Berry. We even had the editor of the Yearbook, Pat Jones.
This year the Sweetheart of TKE was Gena O'Berry, with De
DeHart as the TKL sponsor.

These are just a few of the things which go to make up the
number ONE sorority on campus: PHI MU.




Front: Dale Price, Anne Sprinkle, Brenda Forbis, Pam Layton. Connie Coward, Susie Helsley. Susie Blosser, Janet Lee, Vicke Stinnett. Cindy
Holloway, Linda McCrory, Marianne Moore, Karen Paulos, Juanita Newton. Back: Chris Jewell. Gena O'Berry, Pat Jones. Mary Sexton, Jan Davis,
Nelda Shaw, Myra Ross. Ann Briggs, Stephanie Phifer, Kathy Streeter. Jane Rountree, Linda Hundley. De DeHart. Not Pictured: Patty Herbin.



PHI
MU





Sigma Sigma Sigma, the first national sorority at Elon College.
The Delta Beta chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma received its
charter alter a formal installation weekend on April 25. 1969.
From that time we have progressed to success through our
everlasting bonds of sisterhood.

Sigmas are active as class officers. SGA. class sponsors, sweet-
hearts, members of the Homecoming court, cheerleaders,
majorettes. Liberal Arts Forum. WIDC. Who's Who, and have
won main othei honors.

Among our service projects the newest and most exciting is
tutoring underprivileged students at the Maple Avenue Ele-
mentary School in Burlington. So far this has been most
successful and rewarding. Sigma also sponsored a Shoe Shine
at the Holly Hill Mall to raise funds for our Robbie Page
Memorial at Chapel Hill. N. C. We are also active in ushering at
all Lyceum programs on campus.
Sigma Sigma Sigma- the best-in our bonds forever.




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Firsf Row: Emily Hall, Beth Brinckerhoff, Bev Brendle, Carolyn Hairlleld. Carole Carlson. Susan Robertson, Becky Kearns. Second Row: Diane
Crawley, Cathy Brennan, Katie De Wees, Carolyn Stephenson, Linda Boye, Joann Lockwood. Margy Duvall, Pat Russell. Third Row: Janet Thornhill,
Linda I rank, Kathy Croye, Gloria Royal. Debbie Mackin. Carolyn DeLuca, Kay Bottoms. Pam Spence. Karen Bowery, Sandy Brewer, Kathy Lawson,
Debbie Jenkins, Judy Myers, Gail Daniel.



SIGMA
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