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with concern for the other fellow — an all-important
factor. Seniors Bitsy Harrison and Bronson VanWyck
will lead the attack, along with juniors Gene Hamilton
and Bob Davis, in another season with a demanding
schedule. Because of experience and ability on the
squad this year, Skakle believes that "there is really no
telling how far we can go."

A strong freshman team is expected to continue the
Carolina tennis tradition next season. The top eight
frosh are varsity contenders and all have great poten-
tial.



Junior Gene Hamilton, from Ashcville, Has Nortti Carolina State Me
Champion last year. He will fill the number two spot this season.



1967 VARSITY TENNIS TEAM (L. TO R.) FRONT — Jim Applefield, Smoke) Swenson, Gene Hamilton, Bob Davis, Bill Trotl. B.ACK — Jack



Markham, (Mgr,), Jimmy Hadsworth, Bill Shiver, Bitsy H
NOT PICTl RED, Bronson Van Wyck, Captain.



Rick Holderness, To



Chew nine. Nat West, Donald Skakle, head coach.




SCORECARD




Spring 1966 Results


UNC


Opp.


6 Kalamazoo


3—


9 Williams


0—


8 Dartmouth


1 —


5 Williams


4—


6 Clemson


3 —


9 M.I.T.


0—


9 Ohio Univ.


0—


— 4 Florida State


5


7 Florida


0—


5 Florida State


4 —


8 Illinois


1 —


9 Toledo


0—


9 Toledo


0—


9 Virginia


0—


9 Maryland


0—


9 Presbyterian


0—


8 Duke


0—


9 Wake Forest


0—


9 N.C. State


0—


9 South Carolina


0—


Final Record: 19-1






Team Captain, Bronson Van Wyck, is a strong senior
from New Jersey.



Carolina Coach Don Skakle with number three man
Bob Davis, a junior from Washington.




Senior Bitsy Harrison, from Richmond, was ranked nationall> tv
Heel squad even better. He will play at number one.



ago. His return to the



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Last season the Carolina Baseball Team was fourth in
the nation. The strong club, under the direction of Coach
Walter Rabb. went all the way up the ladder to the College
World Series at Omaha, Nebraska. There they suffered de-
feat, but overall performance was still one of the best in
years. The Heels took the A.C.C. Title with a 12-2 confer-
ence record to earn the N.C.A.A. berth.

This year's prospects are also good. Strong sophomores
include reserve outfielder Clem Medley and leftfielder
Ronnie Lemonds; Skip Hull should fill in well behind
the plate. The pitching will also depend on sophomore per-
formance. Tom Buskie and John Yancey are bright pros-
pects, not to mention the phenomenal righthander Gary
Hill, who has tremendous potential. Junior veterans Johnny
Richards and Mike Flanagan will also be important on the
mound. A strong infield this sea.son contains two juniors at
first and second, and two seniors at third and short. A
tough offense is again expected to be led by centerfielder
Charlie Carr and shortstop Danny Talbott, who gave
A.C.C. pitchers a rough time last season. Conference
coaches and sports experts agree that the Heels are the
favorites to capture the first division again this year.




First String All-Anierican Danny Talbott was second in batting in the
conference last season, at a .395 clip. At first base last year, be will
spend tbis one at shortstop. Talbott may well enter professional baseball.








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THE I967 VARSITY BASEBAI.l, TEAM — FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RICIll: Kniiiik I i inmiils, ISriui lldlitk, Charlie I honias, Nolan
Leonard, Rodnev Thompson, L. E. Sawyer, Ncal Wester, Clem Medlev. SI COM) HOW: Miki \:iii\.>i. Rniiriii' Strickland, Steve Burgwyn,
Danny Talbott, Gary Tilley, Bill Estes, Danny Leieh, Skipper Hull, Dalkis ltr;.M< li ( \sv I. (ikuIii. I MIKI) 1<0\\ : Walter Rabb, Head Coach:
Tommy Robbins, Tom Buskcy, Johnny Richards, Chip Stone, Cy Sitterson, Mike FlanaKun, Gary Hill. Bill Burr (Ass't. Coach).




Coach Waller Rabb



Pitcher Mike Flanagan



Pitcher John Yancey




SCORECARD




1966 Spring Results




UNC


Opp.


— 3 East Carolina


5


— 6 Springfield


8


3 Virginia Tech


2—


— 2 Virginia Tech


4


15 Yale


6—


4 Colby


3—


6 Colby


5—


8 N.C. State


2—


— 3 Connecticut


9


— 5 Connecticut


14


— 7 Florida State


15


6 Florida State


4 —


— 1 Florida State


4


3 Georgia Tech


0—


6 Clemson


1—


— South Carolina


1


8 Duke


1—


8 Maryland


3—


3 Virginia


2—


1 1 N.C. State


A —


1 South Carohna


0—


6 Clemson


3—


4 Wake Forest


0—


5 Maryland


2—


*2 Virginia


1 —


10 Duke


4—


— 4 Wake Forest


5


— 14 Virginia Tech


15


*A.C.C. Title




N.C.A.A. TOURNAMENT


7 East Carolina


1—


6 Mississippi State


5—


— 5 Florida State


6


6 Florida State


4 —


— 2 Southern Calif.


6


— 1 Oklahoma State


5


Final Record: 21-13










Tho Carolina slars survey Ihe action: Danny TalbotI Charlie Carr is safe in a close play al second in action against Clemson.

(left), and Charlie Carr. A.C.C. Biiltini; Champion.




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Catcher Tommy Robbins takes first.



Charlie Thomas




Pitcher George McRae First llastmaii Dill Kslc



l.cftfielder Ronnie I.emonds Third Baseman Rodney Thompson




Ronnie Lenionds in a run down play at first base against Rhode Island early this year.





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Ccnlerfielder Charlie Carr



Second ituseman Charlie Iho



Righlfielder Nolan Leornard




Intramural activities at Carolina are designed to
provide a spirit of competition between dorms and
fraternities, as well as to give an opportunity for
participation in the many phases of athletics for
those without outstanding athletic ability. Organ-
ized through the intramural office under the di-
rection of Mr. Ronald Hyatt, the intramural pro-
gram consists of paid managers selected by the
participating organizations who form an intra-
mural council, and committee system which directs
the activities. Competition is divided into three
main divisions: the residence halls, the fraternities
and the graduate schools. This university is proud
to have one of the most successful intramural pro-
grams anywhere, with a very wide range of partici-
pation. Intramural sports include tag football, vol-
leyball, table tennis, handball, badminton, wres-
tling, Softball, tennis, track, basketball and horse-
shoes. Many other sports and special events are
also organized through the intramural program.



Intramurals





INTRAMURAL CHAMPIONSHIPS — Fall and Winter



Football —
Volleyball —
Wrestling —
Handball —
Horseshoes —
Track —



Residence Hall

Stacy

Ay cock

Conner

Conner

Stacy

Avery



Fraternity

Phi Delta" Theta

Zeta Beta Tau

Chi Psi

Phi Delta Theta

Chi Psi

Phi Delta Theta



Graduate

Law School
Public Heahh
Law School
Law School
Dental School
Law School





Residence Hall Point
Standings — March 15, 1967
The Top Ten

1 Ruffin 65L6

2 Everett 570.2

3 Grimes 557.1

4 Mancum 537.0

5 Conner 498.0

6 Stacy 488.6

7 Averv 426.0

8 Ayco'ck 412.0

9 Morrison F 389.4

10 Ehrinchaus C 362.0



Fraternity Blue Division Standings

White Div.

The Top Ten Place

1 Phi Delta Theta 622.0 2nd

2 Chi Psi 520.5 5th

3 Zeta Psi 515.4 3rd

4 Delta Kappa Epsilon 494.2 1st

5 Delta Upsilon 466.1 6th

6 Phi Kappa Sigma 410.2 4th

7 Tau Epsilon Phi 408.2 7th

8 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 369.2 11th

9 Phi Gamma Delta 356.7 10th

10 St. Anthony Hall 354.5 18th



BEAUTY









is not composed of males alone; the campus would be somewhat dull if
it were. The coed is superior, first, for being what she is — a woman;
some excel in appearance, some in personality, some in intellect, some in
Wit. The true Beauty is all of these.




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SPONSORS:
Janet Blake:

Kappa Kappa Gamma
Mary King:

Maverick House
Cheryl Lesh:

Alpha Tau Omega
Amie Martin:

Pi Beta Phi
Carol Smith:

Morebead

Residence College
Fashions furnished by

Thalhimers of Durham



YACK COURT,

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Judith Kramer Zimmerman, St. Antliony



Ann Altfiian, Alpha Kappa Psi



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MagBie Falnier, Bahnson House, Morrison




Rosemary Teague, Kappa Alpha



Cynthia Billings, Delta Upsilon




Mary Ray, Parker



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Clark, Canine House, Ehringhaus



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Janan Montgomery, Tau Epsilon Phi




Sally Buie, Iredell House, Morrisoa



Ann Baxicy, New Breeds House, Granville



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Peggy Flye, Sigma Nu



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Nita Wilkinson, Alpha Tau Omeg:



JoAnn Taylor^ Lewis



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HOMECOMING
QUEEN

PEACH PEARCE



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And as he watched these marvels

In one long fascinated stare of wonder,

Dido, the queen, drew near; she came to the temple

With a great train, all majesty, all beauty,

As on Eurotas' riverside, or where

Mount Cynthus towers high, Diana leads

Her bands of dancers, and the Oreads follow

In thousands, right and left, the taller goddess.

The quiver-bearing maiden, and Latona

Is filled with secret happiness, so Dido

Moved in her company, a queen, rejoicing.

Ordering on her kingdom's rising glory.

At Juno's portal, under the arch of the temple.

She took her throne, a giver of law and justice,

A fair partitioner of toil and duty.

Virgil

— Aeneid



HONORARIES




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some means of honoring its superlatives; the university is
no exception. There arc those who excel in academics,
and those who excel in extra-curriculars, and those who
excel at both. The honoraries at Carolina are dedicated
to these students.





Alpha Epsilon Delta

aiS is an international honor society for pre-medical and pre-dental stu-
dents. It was founded at tine University of Alabama in 1926. The University
of North Carolina Beta Chapter was founded in 1936. The object of the so-
ciety is to stimulate and recognize excellence in pre-medical and pre-dental
scholarship.

OFFICERS

DWIGHT W. WAIT, 111 President

NOEL K. FREE Vice-President

MARY SUSAN KIRK Secret irv

JOHN LAWRENCE Treasurer

EFRAIN ZAMBRANA Scalpel Reporter

MICHAEL C: JONES Hisrorian

MEMBERS

Travis Abbott Hugh McGregor

Robert B. Alperin Timothy McKeithan

William Atkins Donald M. McPhaul

Jack Baker Ronald Moore

Clark Bright Thomas G. Noulles

Edward T. Burnett Simmons Patterson

William F. Conway Henry O. Peterson

James S. Coxe Will Bryan Pittman

Frank E. Davis Richard Powell

Donald Denny Frank P. Purdy

Robert D. Fcder Augustus C. Richardson

Robert B. Felder William Stanly Rule

Richard D. Flanagan Paul Ruskin

Robert Foreman William Sasser

Noel K. Free Andrew F. Sella

Richard N. Goldberg Eric Silverstein

Alger V. Hamrick John Surratt

Walter Holder Douglas C. Tilt

Robert Irvin Willfam L. Triplett

Everett E. Jenkins Dwight W. Wait

Michael C. Jones Ronald Winfrey

Mary Susan Kirk Blane Yelton

John Lawrence Efrain Zambrana

James Leonard Robert N. Carper

Lorenzo Lewis John Hodgin

Irwin A. Lewis Paul A. Holyfield

Stuart SI London Bruce B. Hughes

Barry A. Maynor Steven R. Mills

David Mays Helen Nethercutt
James S. McFadden





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Beta Gamma Sigma

/3yo- is recognized by the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business as the national scholar-
ship fraternity in commerce and business. The Alpha of North Carolina Chapter was established in 1933.
The purposes of Pycr are: to encourage and reward accomplishment among the students of commerce and
business administration: to promote the advancement of education in the art and science of business; and to
foster integrity in the conduct of business operations.



OFFICERS

MELVIN L. WATT President

STEVEN A. HOCKFIELD Secretary



MEMBERS



Claudie A. Armstrong, Jr.
Bruce F. Baird
Ronald Stephens Barden
George Bennett Brycc
Jerry Wayne Cannady
Jack McPherson Cook
Luther Martin Cromartic
Corbin Randolph Ferguson
Kerner Eugene Fraunheim
Erkut Goktan
Steven A. Hockfield
William Dclmar Jenkins, Jr.
Linda Louise Jones
Joseph Perry Kramer, 111
William Thomas Long
Charles E. Lott
Wilson Lowery, Jr.
Paul Geren McFarland
Hortense McGehee



Arthur Ray McGinscy
Joseph Ward McGirt, Jr.
Robert W. McGowan
Charles Hylton Neal
Jeffrey Walter Poole
Jerry Randolph Rouse
William Earl Sasser, Jr.
Robert L. Shoffner, Jr.
Gerald Allan Teele
Robert Harold Trent
Edward Wadsworth Trott
Richard Alexander Urquhart
Melvin Luther Watt
Donald Frederick Wellington
Luther Glenn White
William Samuel Woodard
Terry W. Yarbrough
William E. Young
William Walter Zambelli



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Order Of The Golden Fleece

OFFICERS 1965-66

ROGER WILLIAM SMITH Jason

JOSEPH FRANKLIN MARTIN Hyparchos

MALVERN FRANCIS KING, JR Grammatcus

JAMES ROY FULLWOOD Chrystopher





ARGONAUTS INDUCTED
APRIL 25, 1966

744 William Neil Thomas

745 Sidney Ronald Waldman

746 Wvatt Spencer McCallie

747 Dennis Theodore OToole

748 James Allen Medford

749 John Lindsay Freeman

750 John Carter Ingram

751 Eric Ellon Van Loon

752 John Matney Harmon

753 Wilton Elliot Mason, Jr.

754 James David Little

755 James Bullard Meade

756 William Clinton Medford

757 George Mason Ingram, IV

758 Rohert Carl Hunter

759 William Albert Graham, Jr.

760 Hugh Allen Blackwell

761 Robert Stone Powell. Jr.

762 Armistead Jones Maiipin. Jr.



SlUDENT
ARGONAUTS 1966-67

706 William Arthur Hays

71 1 Philip Augustine Baddour, Jr.

714 Roger William Smith

724 James Roy Fullwood

741 Malvern Francis King. Jr.

743 Paul Dickson. Ill

747 Dennis Jhcodore OToole

74S lames Allen Medford

749 John Lindsay Freeman

751 Eric Elton Van Loon

754 James David Little

758 Robert Carl Hunter

761 Robert Stone Powell. Jr.

762 Armistead Jones Maupin, Jr.



ORIGINAL ARGONAUTS
IN URBE



Alfred Williams
Phillips Russell



Haywood, Jr.




FACULTY ARGONAUTS

1966-67

70 Claude Edwaid League

90 Edgar Ralph Rankin

102 Robert Burton House

1 1 1 Ernest Lloyd Mackte

1 19 Albert Coates

121 Joe Burton Linker

141 Corydon Perry Spruill

149 Fredrick Carlyle Shepard

176 Earle Horace Harlsell

186 Joseph Maryon Saunders

202 Richard Beverly Raney

209 Edgar Alexander Cameron

220 Waller Smith Spearman, Jr.

299 Frederick Henry Weaver

317 Joseph Flanner Patterson, Jr

325 Alfred Guy Ivey

333 Ernest Craige

334 James Evans Davis

341 John Franklin Lynch, Jr.

346 William Medford Shuford

358 Charles Walter Tillitt, 111

364 Isaac Montrose Taylor

394 James Frederick Newsome

424 Hugh Talmadge Lefler

425 Harry Kitson Russell
432 William West Taylor
437 Frank William Hanft
445 William Clyde Friday
449 John Alvin Kirkland
451 Robert Allison Fetzer
468 Walter Reese Berryhill
473 Roy Walston Holsten
483 John Lassiter Sanders
500 Henry Parker Brandis

508 John Martin Schnorrenberg

511 Dudley Dewitt Carroll

526 Thomas Antony Ressuto. Jr.

532 Kenneth Lawing Penegar

554 William Woodard McLendon

555 Rollie Tillman, Jr.

575 Henry Hursell Dearman

577 Samuel Fogle Wells, Jr.

583 Preston Herchel Epps

589 Foster Fitz-Simons

603 Louis Round Wilson

606 Zane Emerson Eargle

637 Wilton Elman Mason, Jr.

646 William Brantley Aycock

657 Bernard Henry Boyd

660 .Slurgis Elleno Leavitt

665 Nathan Anthony Womack

673 George Vanderbeck Taylor

696 Kenneth Merle Brinkhous

700 Frederick Guillermo Gil

713 Samuel Smyth Hill. Jr.

725 Joseph Curtis Sloane

736 William Monroe Geer



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Order Of The Grail



OFFICERS

DENNIS THEODORE OTOOLE Delegata

ROBERT OWEN WILSON Scribe

JAMES ALLEN MEDFORD Exchequer

JOHN HENRY HANAN Vice-Exchequer



SIR KNIGHTS



Arthur Travis Abbott
Jeffrey Windsor Beaver
James Ballard Brame, Jr.
Franlclin Taylor Branch
Paul Dickson. Ill
Richard M. Forbis
John Lindsay Freeman
Jonathon Carl Gibson
John Henry Hanan
John Randle Hamilton
Steven Alan Hockfield
David Harris Kiel





Harry Lewis MacPhcrson III
James Allen Medford
Thomas Jack Manley
Dennis Theodore O'Toole
Albert Parrish Pepper. Jr.
Robert Stone Powell. Jr.
William W. Tomford
Eric Elton Van Loon
William Lane Verlenden
Don Thomas Wilson
Robert Owen Wilson



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OFFICERS

DENNIS THEODORE OTOOLE President

JAMES BALLARD BRAME Vice-President

JUDITH TOMPKINS FLETCHER Secretary



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Tlie Officers

and

Herbert Miles Foy

Mary Susan Kirk

Arthur Travis Abbott



MEMBERS



Abbott, Arthur Travis
Anderson, Jon Edwin
Beaver, Jeffrey Windsor
Belcher, Anne Elizabeth
Brame, James Ballard
Broadhurst, Edgar David
Burden, Sandra Kaye
Butler, George Tyssen
Cannon, Kathcrine Douglas
Eastwood, Myles Eric
Fletcher, Judith Tompkins
Freakly, Edwin M., Jr.
Foy, Herbert Miles
Gretz, Susan Gertrude
Harmon, John Patrick
Hildenbrand, Steve
Hoar, Steven G.
Hobgood, William S.
Hockfield, Steven Alan
Hunter, Robert Care
Ingram. George Mason, III
Ingram, John Carter
Kirk, Mary Susan
Knesel. David Charles
Linville, Ray Pate
McPherson, H. L., Ill
McCoy, Kenneth Byron
McFadden, Charles William, V
Medford, James Allen
Merrow. Helen Leith



Milton, Eunice Howee
Mitchell, Richard Foutz
Munday, John C.
O'Donnell. Sharon Marie
O'Toole. Dennis Theodore
Patterson, F. M. S., Jr.
Powell, Robert Stone
Reeves. Greylin Talcott
Robinson. William Harold
Schwab. Nelson
Schmidt, William Gert
Shuff, Landen E., Jr.
Smith, James Deeler
Thomas. Dwight Elwood, Jr.
Townsend. Samantha Ann
Ubell, Donald Paul
Van Loon, Eric Elton
Venters, George Cole
Verlenden, William Lane
Webb. William Norwood
Weiler. Harold James, III
White, Thomas Skinner, II
Wall, Sylvia Ann
Wilson, Robert Owen
Witt, Florence Elder
Wilborn. Kathryn Elizabeth
Woodard, William Samuel
Wall, John Netson
Walters, Camilla Hays




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Phi Beta Kappa



4>I3k was founded at the College of William and Mary December 5. 1776.
The Alpha Chapter of North Carolina was established here September 7,
1904, and there are at present 170 chapters.

OFFICERS

DAVID GERALD BRADSHAVV President

GEORGE MOTLEY OLIVER. JR Vice-President

ARTHUR TRAVIS ABBOTT Rccordine Secretary

DR. CLAUDE S. GEORGE, JR Corresponding

Secretary-Treasurer

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Composed of the above officers and the followins professors'

ALMONTE CHARLES HOWELL CORYDON PERRY SPRUILL JOHN MARTIN SCHNORRENBERG



INITIATED MAY 12, 1966



David Gerald Bradshaw
George Motley Oliver, Jr.
Arthur Travis Abbott
Thomas Eugene Baker
Barbara Helene Sallow
Braxton Earl Barrett. Jr.
William Howard Bullock
Dudley Joe Burton
Joey William Eakins



Susan Mary Eskildsen
James Edward Evans
Richard Marshall Forbis
Herbert Miles Foy. HI
Donald Wayne Oilman. Jr.
Joseph Hutchinson Ham. IV
Richard Elliott Lee Henderson
Valentine Broadway Hennessee
James Michael Hines



Robert Linville Hinkle
Stephen Warren Hoar
Michael Burge Kelly
Donald Alexander Leslie. Jr.
William Madison Lewis. Jr.
William Whitehead Michaux. Jr.
Richard Foulz Mitchell
Dennis Theodore O'Toole
John Anson Redmon



Horace Oliver Reider
Aubrey Holbrook Rion
James Allison Shivers
Donald Paul Ubell
Eric Elton Van Loon
Grant Bernard Varner. Jr.
William Lane Verlenden. HI
John Nelson Wall. Jr.
William Ralph Walls. Jr.



Louise Maria Johanna Ambrosiano

Cornelia Ellen Ashcratt

Elizabeth Fowler Bailey

Jonathan Frank Baylin

Carol Ann Benjamin

Susan Fleming Bissette

Hugh Allen Blackwell

Judith Ann Bossen

Elizabeth Ann Britt

Boyce Reid Brown, Jr.

Katherine Arthur Bryce

George Nathan Buck

William Jarvis Busby

Elaine Ruth Carlson

Robert Carlton Davis



Ruth Leslha Doyle
Jane Crater Everhart
John Morgan Flowers. Ill
Howard Gibson Godwin. Jr.
Richard Doyle Greenamyer
Sue Stalvey Guerry
James Daniel Hartman. Jr.
William Dean Hazelton
Mary Dawn Herring
Harvey Franklin Kline
Lois Francine Laban
Walter Lee Lackey. Jr.
Miriam Rose Lane
John Lightfoot Lee
Charles Deems Lefler



Marshall H. Lichtenstein
Woodrow Wilson Lowery. Jr.
Robert William McGowan
John Mary Marshall
Wilton Elliot Mason. Ill
Elizabeth .Ann Miller
Maxwell Reed Mowry. Jr.
Anne Elizabeth Patterson
Priscilla White Patterson
Charles Robert Payet
Paul Samuel Pegram. Jr.
Ann Wentworth Phenicie
Alfred Mendelsohn Rice
John Andrew Rice
Fred William Roush



Shirley .Ann Ryland
Susan Lee Sco;t
Celeste Heatherley Sessons
Robert Lloyd Stretmater
Christine Oliver Suberman
Elizabeth Anderson Tavlor
Phyllis Mitchell Tavloi^
William Woodruff Taylor, III
Curtis Andrew Twiddy. Jr.
David Russtll Ward
Osborne Pinkney Wiggins. Jr.
David Kathryn Elizabeth Wilborn
Hubert Kendall Wooten



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William John Barclay, Jr.
Berlin Francis Barham, Jr
Russell Earl Banks
Joyce Olive Belsma
Brenda Gwynn Bethel
Thomas Carl Brown, Jr.
Crist Scott Blackwell
Edwin Tuttle Blackman
Michael Evan Byrd
Mason Orlando Cox. Jr.
Nathan Edward Davis



GRADIATE

John Workman Zemp

DECEMBER 7, 1966



Ronald Everett Day

Robert Earl Dornbush

John Edward Ehrmantraut. Jr.

James Arthur Fish

John Matney Harmon

Ellis Jackson Harrington

Kenneth Ra\ Henry

Steven Alan Hockfield

James Allen Hurdle

Mrs. Theodore H. Kendall. Ill

Kevin J. Kerrane



Homer Eugene LeGrand. Jr.
Joseph Franklin Martin
Beverly Cooper Moore. Jr.
David McDaniel Moore
Harris Alton Munns. Jr.
Jo .Ann Baer Myers
Furnifold McL. S. Patterson
Suzanne Robison
James Salwyn Ross
Johnny Ervin Ross
Charles Edward Schunior



William Forrest Stevens
Penn Rodion Szittya
Jack Presslev Tate
William Neil Thomas III
Stephen Russell Thompson
Michael Hunter Tonry
Edward Wadsworth Trott
Joan Dee Woodworth Walls
John Guss Webb. Jr.
Robert Ambrose Wicker






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OFFICERS


JAMES R. HALL .


President


SUSAN G. GRETZ .


Vice President


JAMES S. KENNEDY Secretary-Treasurer


DANIEL H. STEIN


Historian


FACULTY


GRADUATES


J. L. Brannon


Chung I. Hong


M. A. Chambers


Chung S. Kim


OH. Cocolas


Daniel H. Stein


A. M. Mattocks


UNDERGRADUATES


Claude Piantadosi


Susan G. Gretz


F. T. Semeniuk


James R. Hall


H. 0. Thompson


James S. Kennedy


J. K. Wier





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Scabbard and Blade



Scabbard and Blade is an honorary military society composed of outstand-
ing members of Navy and Air Force R.O.T.C. Units. Its purpose is to develop
and foster ideals, practice, and education of military affairs at U.N.C. and in
the United States. Scabbard and Blade was founded at U. N. C. in 1949 as
L Company 8th Regiment.




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COMPANY OFFICERS

Captain JOHN P. AGREE

First Lieutenant ROBERT B. NEWLIN

Second Lieutenant JAMES E. GORDON

First Serccant ROBERT M. COMBS



NROTC
MIDSHIPMAN MEMBERS

Lane S. Anderson HI
Leslie S. Blankinship
Ronald B. Bobo
Alan S. Cameron
Robert M. Combs
Reed L. Cunnincham
Ross T. Dwycr ill
Donald J. Fitzgerald
Hampton G. Hager, Jr.
Lee A. Haltom III
Edward C. Hammcrbeck
IrvinW. HankinsIII
Gary K. Iverscn
Samuel J. Major, Jr.
Edward D. Nelson
Robert B. Newlin
John A. Olshinsky
Douclas A. Plummer
Robert S. White. Jr.
Robert M. Young



COMPANY ADVISORS

Tom F. Hamilton. Major. U.S.A.F.
Howard L. Cook. Major. U.S.M.C.



AFROTC
CADET MEMBERS

John P. Acree
Robert S. Barnhardt
Thomas H. Clark
RufusT. CoburnlH
Michael R. Ford
Robert E. M. Frady
Boyd R. Garber
James E. Gordon
EarlcW.Hellenlll
James M. Hines
Ray P. Linville
Samuel S. Long II
Lawrence \V. Markham
Paul W. McDonald
Charles A. Schmick
Dennis C. Scruggs
Ronald L. Smith
Ernest C. Smoake
Harold S. Westerholm







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Sigma Theta Tau

Sigma Theta Tan. Inc., is the only national honor society of nursing in the United States
and is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies. Constituent chapters are es-
tablished in collegiate schools of nursing whose programs are accredited by the National
League of Nursing. The Society was first organized at Indiana Training School for Nurses in
1922. Alpha Alpha Chapter was established at the University of North Carolina on October



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