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Treasurer, Student Body; 1,. H. Hutchens, President, Student Body; Jim
Kaley, Vice-President, Student Body; Claude Greeson, Sophomore Class
President; Archie Croxton, Freshman Class President.

For 16 years, from the time the School of Dentistry
opened its doors until the summer of 1966, the School
of Dentistry has prospered under the most able leadership
of Dr. John C. Brauer. This remarkable gentleman guided
the School from its beginnings to a position of nationally
recognized excellence. After a most distinguished career
in dental education. Dr. Brauer retired from the Deanship
on July 1, 1966. He left the School in a most dynamic
stage of development with the Dental Education Wing
scheduled to go to contract in the Spring of 1967. The
University of North Carolina — its faculty, students, and
alumni — pays tribute to 'this fine teacher and adminis-
trator and we accept his standard of excellence as the
challenge of the future.

The impending completion of the Dental Research
Building indicates the vigorously developing programs in
the School of Dentistry. This year saw the initiation of a
comprehensive curriculum study, the beginning of two



DENTAL ASSISTANTS— Left to right: FRONT ROW: Vice-President,
Ann Marie Thomas; Secretary, Cilpsie Warren; President, Ann Broad-
way; Treasurer, Bcckie Hinson. SECOND ROW: Kaye Hartley, Linda
Finch, Hilda Moore, Barbara Smith, Vicki Oakley, Sharon Page, Kathy
Bullock, Linda Taylor. THIRD ROW: Lynn Mavin, Brcnda Goodwin,
Sue Clark, Dana Patterson, Dorothy Foley, Diaone Jackson, Laura
Earp. MISSING: Marti Phillips.

new graduate specialty programs, continued improvement
of the undergraduate curriculum through such efforts as
increased emphasis on preventive dentistry, and a steady
building of faculty in terms of quantity and quality.

The students, faculty, and staff of the School continue
to work enthusiastically in an environment of deep mutual
respect and cooperation. The student body can be proud
of its accomplishments in study, practice, and research.
The faculty is pleased and proud to have the opportunity
of working with this tine group of students.



Fourth Year




It, Dan M; Oxford



Blackman, III. John W,; Fremont
Bost, Michael E.; M^non
Brown, Benjamin W.; High Poini



• Chandler, III. John E.; Greensboro
Church. George F.; North Wilkesboro
Collins, Michael L.; High Point
Cox. William B.; Greenville
Crumpler, Lyle E.; Rocky Mount
Davis, Jr., Herbert C. Lexington



t Ellis, Benjamin T.; Shelby
Finger. Jr., Richard B.; Greenv
Fox. Robert D.; Winston-Salem
Goodwin. Jr.. William C; Gree
Head, Thomas J.; Wilmington
Hedgecoe, Joel; Tabor City



# McKee. Michael T.; Kings Mounts
Miller. Ronnie H.; Spencer
Patterson. Jerry E.; Kings Mounts
Perdue. Phillip S.; Louisburg



9 Roseman, Irvin A.; Jacksonville



t Stroud, Charles D.: Ellenboro
Tesh, Phillip G.; Kannapohs
Thompson, JamesC: Hillsborough



■en, Raymond B.; Kenm




Third Year












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• Baucom, Larr> E.; C harlotte
Bazemore. C>nis W.; Raleigh
Burnham. Josephs.; Asheville



#Di\on. Robert H.; Durham
Karrior. Stanley McN.; Burgaw
lulp.Jr..JamesK,Sione\illc
Gordon, Alan B.; Danbury



Kak\. James D.; Mt Lebanon. Pa,
l.angdon, Iharles \\.;raiTboro
Lopp. hrcderick B.; Rtidsville
McCuslin. \Lston J,; ( hapel Hilt



• MahafTev. Charles K.; tltzabethCily
Merrill. WoodroM W,; F.aslcy. S.C.
Mo^e. Robert W.; Snow Hill
Ohle.Paul\V.;BLims^ille
Reaves. Thomas B.:f-a\cltevi[Ic
Ridout, Henr> \V.: Durham



Shellon. frank H .; Durham
Stait. Krank P.; Fayellcville
Slike.Juhnn> R,; Wilmington
Stone. Harold E.; Falls Church. Va





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Second Year

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» tot-kfrham. Hal P.; WmMon-SLilem
Cozart, Buckrej W.; Roxboro
Crawford. Jr.. Emerson C; Franklin
Davis, Jr., Norman M.; Charlotte
Floyd. Steve; Bradenton, Fla.
Foushee. Frederick W.; I os Angeles
Calif



t Frye. Stenen R.; Hickory
Greeson, Claude D,; Burlington
Guthrie, Herbert C; Chapel Hill
Hurretl. Norfleet G.; Ahoskie
Harl.JamesC.: High Point
Hicks, Robert G.; Holland. Pa.



I Holman. James B.; Balesburg. S.C.
Hvman. Stephen A.; High Point
loRle, Jr., George B.; Asheville
I.aFevers, Frederick S,; Goldshoro
Lewis, Jr., Jasper F.; Cherryville
McVrlhur, DouRlavR.; Red Springs



Neal, Larry K.; Kannapolis
Noel, Richard J.; Henderson



» Parrish, Jr.. Walter B.; Rocky Mount
Par-sons, David L.; Charlcslon. W, Vd
Peterson, Thomas McK.; Burtmglon
Phillips, Jr., Robert C; Charlotte
Sailing, Jr., William H.; Wilmington
Sayre, Jr., Edward H.; Tryon



t Spangler. Jr., Arthur N.; Laltiii
Taylor, Donald W.; Raleigh
Traub, Alan M.; KinMon
Tripp. Jr.. William E.; Greenvi



t Warren. Alfred D.; Snow Hill
Weathers, William A.; Lattimore
Whisonant. DonS.; Lincolnion
Williams, Bill i.: Boone
Williams, Corbin O.; Hendcrsonvil
\oung. John D.. Washington. D C"



First Year




• \nelin, Jr.. Richard E.; Hope Mills
Barefoot. Dal H.; SmilhHeld
Barham, Robert M., Asheboro
Buck. George S.; C harlot le



nn. Jr.. Richard A.: Dan-, tile. Va



Ford. HoyI S.; Fairmont



f (,arris«n, Kdwin B.: Havesville
Hardl. III. Andrew J.; Snow Hill
Holler. Jr.. CatoO.iManon

.. III. George A.; Bessemer City








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:i<in.Jr..John R.; Bethesi
.. spirw J.; Wilmineion
I.John K.;Ashcville



rB.: Carolina Bea<



Utillen. Jackie M.; Louishurg



Powill.Jr.PaulL.



Snow. Jr.. thark-s !-.;(- ape Cod. Ma'
Stone. Ronald \\ .; kernersville

Todd. Jr. " - -



ilB.:Hendersonville



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Dental Hygiene



Second Year




Hinson, Bessie Jim, '67 ; Goldsbort



.lonis. [>i.nna Marie. >.7, Durham
Ra>. Marcia Lvnne, '67, Chapel Hill
Rhodes, Barbara Anne, '67: Mebane
West, Man Charlotte, '67 ; Raleigh
Young, Miranda Edith, '67. Charlotte










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Beach, Beverly Anne,


Clary. Janet Ann."6K,


lloHdy, Teresa Kay,


Franklin. Elizabeth


'68;Win',[on-Salem


Charlttlle


'*>«. Durham


Ann. "68. Morganlon


Hollingsworth, Mart


Hnwell, Dianne Lee,


Hunter. Jamene


Long. Mary Valerie.


Jane, "68. Asheboro


'h8. Washington


Lucille. '68. Enfield


■68; Candler


Madans, Marjuric


McDonald, Susanne,


MillspauRh.JudyLil.


Sprinkle. Delia Janice,


Carvn.'6S,Charlolle


■(>8.hayclleville


■68; Hickory


'68: Greensboro
Perry .'Melissa


Wolfe, Karen Elizabeth.


Buchanan. Sallv Ann,


Holler. Frances


■68;GoltJsboro


'68. Wendell


Eli/abelh, '68


Carohne. "68: Raleigh




SCHOOL OF MEDICINE




Dean Isaac Tavlor




WHITEHHAI) SOCIETY: L to R: Fleming, R.; Thornberg. J.; Rendelman, O.: Wallace, J.; Cood»in, J.; Whilley, R.i
Joyner, R.; Shearin, R.; Rotherniel, J. ABSENT: Williams, R.; Mintz, R.; Hanirick, H.; Norton, J.





Fourth Year




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• Arndt, Hans J.; Berlin. Ger.

Austin, III, Frederick D.; Charlotte
Avanl, George R.; Chapel Hill
Aver> , Frank W,; Winslon-Salem
Blake, Gerald V,.; Jacksonville
Bonham. George G.; Chapel Hill
Carler. Joey M.; Kannapolis
Currie, John L.; Carlhage



» Evans. David A.; Rich Square
Grice, Ormond D.; Warsaw
Hale, Robert V.: Fuyctieville
Hall, Linda G.:AshcMlle

lin; Burlington



Hood, T. Rumn; Dunn



t Huffman.Jr.. Allen W.;Hickorv
Hundle>, James D.;W;illdce
Keiter.'RoberlH.:Kinston
Kleiman.Scolt G.; Raleigh
Lewis, Jr., Clifford T.; Beaufon
Littleton, Philip R.; Goldsboro



i McLamb, Joseph T.; thnlon
McNeeh.G. Farreil; Hickory
McQueen, III. Donald H.; Laurinburg
Mercer, Brenda J.; Parkersburg. W, Va
Mintz, Jr., Rudolph I.; Wilmington
Mumford. Larry; Pikeville
Norton, .lerry L.; Lake Toxaguay
Overlon, John B.; Salisbury



I Owens. Harold B.; Forest City
Parker, Jr.. Herman R.; Greensboro
Parks, Barbara J.; Lexington
Pellelier, Jr., Gerald; Stella
Phillips, Jr.. Bruce A.; Kinston
Rilev. Jr.. William B.; Chattanooga.

Tenn.
Rogers, Ted; Waynesvillc
Roper. II. Albert L.; Norfolk. Vu



Sabiston, Walter R.; Kin
Spruill, James H.; Windsor
Thomason. Jr.. Henry C; Ga:
Tippett, Joe W.; Zebulon
Tutlle.JayR.; Fulton. Mo
\ ance, Zebulon B.; Macon. G



A achs. Marvin D.; Pitlsboro
Atlborne, Barrv M.; Winston-



1. FdwardW.iSmithnel



Gwathnii'\. Irank V



i Hancock. Jr.. W illiam F.; Robt
Harris, Samuel R.; Thomasvill.
Ht-nlcv. Thomas L.; New York
Jo\ner. Ronald F.; Ahoskie
kirkland.Johnl..; niirh,im
i. Edward \V.; Chapel Hil



e A.; Brc



.N.Y.



Lothian, George G.; Raleigh








Second
Year JLr~




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# McConnel, Fred M. S.; Asheville



Nesbill, Jr.. James M.; Weaverville
OMens. Michael R.; Belews Creek
Powell. John L.;Clinlon
Proclor. Camilla A.; Elm Cily
Rh> ne. James M.; Charloue



Teache\,WilliamS.; Rose Hill
Thomas. Robert C: Charlolle
Thompson. Jr.. Herman 0.; Chapel Hill



Williams. Jr.. -Morris E.; HeniJers
Williams, RoberlaC: Rocky Moi
Woodard.Jerr> C: WiKon
^ oung. Stephen W .; Angier



• Brennier. Edward H.. Nc
Briggs.Jr..JohnG,;Hen.
Brown, Paul E.: Hunters*
Brvan.John H.; [ jGranj
Cannon, Nassif J,; F-jrmv
Chaplin. Don C; Culumh



I Coffer, Bertram W .; Sanford
Cromarlle. 111. Robert S.; Fayette
Dallon, Jr., Bruce A.; I.enoir
Da%idson. Andrew: Chapel Hill
Davis, 111.. John L.; Greensboro
Fisher. Carl E.; Middletown. Ky,
Fleming, Charlie R.; Durham
Froneberger, John D.; Lmcolnton



.Hugh J,; Raleigh



Ha\es. Ada D.; Chuld Visia, Call
Heindel.ClilTordC.; Chapel Hil
Hanna, John E.; Sarasota. Fla,
Haselden, Edward W .; Cotumhij



t Hetmann, Pete; Asheville
Johnston. John G.; Charlotte
Jordan, William R.; WiKon
Kahan,Barrv E.; New Rochelle.NY
Keever, Richard X.; High Poini
Kirk. Charles D.; " '




s.; Bethel
■.Jr.. Edward H.; Kn.



MacDonald, Jr., Henrv J.; Nc
Mann, HI.JamesT.: Raleigh
Middleton, HI, Henrv M.; Raleigh
Moss, Waller D.; Mooresvillc
Mewborn, Jr.. Quentin A.; Farmvill
Newsome, George E,; Goldsboro



.m.SuLm'. Mass.
lia E.: Roaring Gap



First Year

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• Almond. Charles M.; Red Springs
Bagged. H. Clifford; Reidsville
Bernstein. Jerr> C; Wilson
Blair. Roberl G.; Wmslon-Salem



» Cameron. Harold H.; Broadw
Chafelz. Neil; Ml, Vernon, N
Chang. Bruce S.;RaleiEli



I. Robert H.: Si, Petersburg.



Ills. Johns.; Philadelphia. Pa



Freeman. Richard McC:

Charlotte
Goodman. Joseph H.; Leland
Goodwin. James O.; Apex
Green. Stephen I,.; Btooklvn.

N.Y,
G\gi. Jr.. Andre» C. Norfolk. '
Hartness. Jr., John F.; St

Petersburg. Fla.



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.klvn.N.Y.
iccnville
heha>es, Akxandtr R.; tdenlon
Koon. Jr.. Crawford B.; Hickory
Kronckc, Jr.. Frederick G.;

Roanoke Rapids
Letter, Charles D.; Chapel Hill



Moore, Michael A.: Mo
Nelson, William K.; Clinton
Nicholson, Thomas W.; Rocky



Rendleman, David A.; Salisbury
Roberts, Jr., Thomas A.;

Lexington, Ky
Ko>,Subir, Chapel Hill
Rubin. Jr., Adrian S.; Green^horo
Sherman. Gene; Memphis. Tenn
Sloan, James B.; Wilminglon



islineO.;Rjleigh
Suberman, Rick I.; Raleigh

~ rdB.; Park Ridge.



ThurlowR.; Mallhew




LAW SCHOOL



The University's first "law school" seems to have been
in the home of Judge William H. Battle, who operated a
private school here as early as 1843, In 1845, Judge
Battle was appointed the University's first professor of
law, and it was provided that the degree of bachelor of
law should be conferred upon those completing the pre-
scribed two-year curriculum. For some time the law
school maintained only a loose alliance with the University;
the professor received no salary from the University and
the students were not entirely subject to the rules and
discipline of the University.

During the tenure of Professor John Manning, the Law
School became more closely associated with the University.
In the Year of his death, I 899, the School was completely
incorporated into the University.

With the construction of its new home in 1923, the law
school entered its "modern" era of rapid growth and
quality legal education. Serving successively as deans
were: Merton Leroy Ferguson, 1924-26; Abner Leon
Green, 1926-27; Charles T. McCormick, 1927-31;
Maurice T. Van Hecke, 1931-41; Robert H. Wettach,
1941-49; Henry P. Brandis, Jr., 1949-64; and J. Dickson
Phillips, 1964 to date.

The post-war years brought unprecedented growth to
the Law School and in 1951 a new addition to the building
was first used. The fifties and sixties saw even greater
growth in student body and faculty size, necessitating a
plea to the General Assembly for an entirely new and
modern building to house the School. These plans have
been approved and the new facilities will be occupied
in 1968.




FACULTY — FIRST ROW, left to right: Fred McCall; William B.
Aycock; and Dean J. Dickson Phillips. SECOND ROW: Michael
Kalz; Hcnr> Brandis; Richard Smith; Daniel Pollilt; and Frank
Hanff. THIRD ROW: Frank Strong: Herbert Baer; John Scott; and
Charles Dameron. FOl RTH ROW: Walter Navin; Donald Clifford;
Philip Thorpe; Melvin Poland; Soniour Wurfel; and John Percy
Dalzell. FIFTH ROW: Glen Shellhaas; Kenneth Penegar; Martin
Louis; Richard Robinson; and Robert Byrd.




STUDENT BAR ASSOCTATION OFFICERS — Left to right:
President, Dwight Wheless; Vice-President, WoOdy Harrison; Secre-
tary, Martin Lancaster; and Treasurer, Charles Buckley.







HONOR COllRT — FIRST ROW, left to right: George Hanna, Rav Farris, Tommy Jarrell (thief Justice), Robert Green, and Reed John-
ston. SECOND ROW: Neill McBride, and Burley Mitchell. LEGISLATURE — THIRD ROW: Clark Brewer, Duke Marslon, Armistead
Maupin, A. D. Frazier, Jerry Craig, John Fairley, Larry Johnston. FOURTH ROW: George Spcrry, David Senlellc, Robert Wicker, and
Richard Voorhees.



Third Year





THIRD VKAR CLASS OFFICERS -Left to right: Treasurer, Neil
Beach; Secretary, John McMillan; Vice-President, Terry Vann;
and President, Ben Warrick;



Chandler, Jr., Joseph B.;

BlaiJenboro
Church.JohnD.; Shelby



• Clark. Jr., E.FieldiriK;
Conover
ClifTord. Locke T.; Ware

Shoals. S.C.
Collie, George C;



• Colston, Harold D.;
Rdleigh
Cornelius, Preston;



Davis, Ralph e.:

Wilkesboro
Edmundson, Jai




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# Edwards, Herbert J.; Goldsboro
EIrod. Jr.. Charles E.; Charlolle
Fairle), John W.; Monroe
Farris. Ra> S.; Charlotte



• Harrington, Abner B.; Sanford



; Franklin
Hendon. George W.; Asheville
Miner. James R.; Lynchburg. Va.



• Hinson. Larry L'.; Monroe
Hunter. John N,; Charlotte
Jarrell.Tomm) \V.; Hayesvill
Johnson, Larry D.; Clayton
Jolly. Jr., Johii R.; Charlotte



Lac>. James B.; Chapel Hill



I, Howard D.; Un:



I Lillle, Jr.. George L.; Winslon-Salem
Long, David W,; PunxtiUlawney. Pa.
McClure, Jr., Robert G.; Enka
McMillan, John B.; Southern Pines
McNair) , Jr., Robert W.; Greensboro
Mandel, Leonard H.; Brooklyn, N Y.



Mannino, James A.; Wesitield, N J.
Mason,LelandP.:Carboro
Morgan. Jr., Melzer A.; Smithfleld



I, Forrest T.; Burlington
Pennell, Edwin A.; Chapel Hilt
Riley, John F.; Spencer
Robinson, James; Scotland Neck
Romanet, Jr., Andrew L.; Roxboro
Rubin, Joseph H.; Greensboro



# Rusher. James T.; Salisbury

Saunders. Stuart A.; Hampton. Va
Savery. Jr., Rex T.; Roxboro
Shoffner, Jr., Robert L.; Burlinglor
Smith, Jr., J. Troy; Fayeltevitlc
Smith, Thomas S."; Pittsburgh. Pa



9 Smith, Jr.. \\indellK.;C harlotle
Spencer. Jr.. James C; A\tieboro
Stevens, Thomas J.; Asheville
Thomasson, Richard E.; Southern I
Thornton, William G.; C linton
Vann, Terry; Bayside. N.Y.



ellford, Jr., Hill B.; Charlolle
citing. Jr.. Alfred F.; Matthews
hcless. Dwight H.; High Point



Second Year







• MIev. Jr., Wade H.; Mynle Beach. S.C.
Asbiri. Richard M.; Washmglon. D.C.
Bain, III. James M.: Asheville
Bissede. Jr.. WinsMn I..; High Poinl

Buckley, lil. Charles R.; Raleigh
CalTen.ni.JohnM.;( hapelH.II
Cohh, jr.. Herberl H.; Chapel Hill

• Collins, Wesley W.; Chapel Hill
Craig, Jerry W.; Greensboro
Crawford. Jan J.; Chapel Hill
Culbrelh, Stephen E.; Wilminglon
" '. Waller L.; Chapel Hill



Davis. Lovis J.; Morehead
Dekle. Donne R.; Matthews
DeRamus. Jr.. Judson D.; Wi













Drew, Richard M.; Anderson. S. C.
Few. William P.; Durham
Frazier, Jr., A. D.; Chapel Hill
Fullwood, James R.; Jacksonville
Gehring, John E.; Albemarle
Hanna, III, George V.; Chapel H ill



Holland, Max K.; Stalesville
Ho>le, William S.; Durham
Hunt, Ronald F.; Lawndale
King, Jr., Malvern F.; Weldon



nville

# Penny. Ronald T.; Chalybeate Springs
Prtckett. Carllon S.; Burlmglon
Purdom, Eugene W.; Greensboro
Ray, Robert G.;Bunn

Rogers. Jr., Hugh B.; WJnMon-Salem
Sampson, Jr.. Alfred K.; Greensboro
Sa>ers. Donald D.; Gasionia
Schoch. Robert R.; High Point

# Shoaf, Jr., M. Bays; Kannapolis
Silliman, Scoti L.; Newlon. Mass,
Snyder. John H.; Chapel Hill
Tate. Charles M.; Greensboro
Taylor, Jr.. John R.; McLeansville
Thompson, William H.; Salisbury
Tvser, Jr.. Wallace C; Gasionia
Vanetti, Henry R.;Barre.Vt,



First Year

l£JL §LSL





• Allison, James W.; C harlolte
Anderson.JonE.; Brevard
Anderson, Wayne F.; Winsion-Salem
Anderson, William E.; Oxford
Arbuckle, III. Howard B.; Charlotte
Atkins, Sherrill L.; Saluda
Babb, Jr.. Henry C; Ahoskie



# Barnes, Larry M.; Fayetleville
Bembenisia, Waller J.; Buffalo. N Y
Best.Peler F.; Brevard
Billings, James G.; Durham



Bowers, Ronald J.; Charlotte






Bruce. Robei
Br\an. Richard J.; Mjna;
Burii5, III. John B.;SejC
B>nuin. Harold N.; Linco
Carlson, Elaine R,; Florei
Carroll. Phillip G.;Ri



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I Carson, Donald W.; Rocky Mount
Carson, Jr., Norman E.; Bethel
Carter. Robert L.; St Pauls
Che^es. Jr.. James E.; Warrenlon
Clifton, Jr., Bei\janiin F.; Benson
Cockrell. Arthur E.; Rocky Mount



• Coneh. Richard B.;Chapel Hill
Cooper, Langdon Mel.; Chapel Hill
Cow en, Peter D.; Scarsdale. NY.
Crampton,Gu> C; Raleigh
Craven, Jr., Frederick T.; Concord
Crawle>,Jr.,JackB.;Hollister
Cromartie, Jr., Luther M.; Wilmington
Curtis, Michael K.; Galveston. Texas

• Dougherl\. David D.; Boone
Drake, Henrv T.; Gastonia
Duncan, Thomas C; Greenville
DunkJe, David S.; Meadville, Pa.
Dunn, Jr., John O.; Wilmington
Ellis. Jr., Kermit W.; Henderson
Franklin. Jr.. Eugene T.; Goldsboro
Freeman. Richard C; Mount Airy

• Haithcock. Worth T.; Hillsborough
Hardenbergh, Frank E.; Wellesley, Mass
Harrington. Jr., Ellis J.; Durham
Harris, Robert L.; Bonifay, Fla.
Harris, Thomas A.; Thomasville
Hicks, J(.. Richard H.; Greensboro
Honan. HI. William J.; Westbury. N.Y.
Howell, Waller B.; Raleigh

• Hughts.JohnR.:Pollocksville
Hunt, IH, Edgar W.; New Bern
Hunter, Robert C; Manon
Jackson, Jr., John A.; Laurinburg
Kellam. Jr., Nosco H.; Greensboro
Kirksev. William E.; Greensboro
Kramer. Richard F.; Chevy Chase. Md.
Lamm. Benajah S.; Lucama

iviHe

Point
■. Michael D.; Glen Head. NY.
Uwis. Jr.. William H.; Chapel Hilt
Little.JamesD.; Favetleville
Llev^ellvn. James D.; Carrboro
Llovd. Charles A.; Davidson
Logan. Ronald J.: Chapel Hill

• Low. Louis G.; Rocky Mount
McCoj. Kenneth B.; Cove City
McDonald, Jr., Daniel E.; Reidsville
McEachern, Laurie A.; Red Springs



Maupin, Jr., Armistead J.; Raleigh
Miller, Jr., David A.; Virginia Beach. Va,
^ Moore, II, David M.; Granite Falls
Mooring, Jr., Thomas D.: LaGrange



Me

• Patton. Jr., Roy H.; Canlon
Pendergrass. Mark A.; Greensboro
Perr>. David S.; Louisburg
Perry, James F.; Shelby
Poisson, John P.; Wilmington
Potter, Jr., William H.; Beaufort
Reeves. IlL Charles M.; Sanford
Robinson. James L.; Candler

• Robinson. Jr., Kenneth G.; McLean, Va
Russell. Frank A.; Monroe
Rulledge, Jerry J.; Germanton
SatUkv, Howard P.; Chapel Hill
Saunders. Jr.. Charles W.; Spray
Schumann. Douglas V.; Summit, N J.
Senn. Jr.. I,aurence V.; Charlotte
Shaw , Gerald E.; Broadway



Smith, James P.

Smith, Robert K.; Rocky Mount
Sossomon, Creighlon W,; Cullowhec
Slarrelt. James M.; Morganti.i



# Taylor. Jr.. Andrew D.; Charlotte

Tongberg. Richard C; Osterville, Mass.
Trawick, (iary E.; Burgaw
Walker, John G.; Leaksville
Wallace. Jr.. Carl E.; Hampton. Va.



Whiltenton, Jr., William R.; Reidsville



Wilson. David B.; >ance\ville
W olfe. Mark G.; Ashcboro
Woodard, William S.; C harlolie
Woodson. John W.: Chase City. Va
Varborough, Terry W .; Lexington



Social Work







Dean Anderson



FACULTY:

FIRST ROW: Dr. Galin-
sky; Mrs. Kelley: Mrs.
Wu; Dr. Anderson. Mrs.
Dodson. SECOND ROW:
Mr. Wight; Mr. Cohen;
Miss James; Dr. Fink;
Mrs. McKinnon: Mr. Sou-
therland: Mrs. Cleveland;
Miss Power.




Alford. Nancy C.


Funderburk,ErvinM.Jr.


Myers. Ellis R.


Blackwell, Emilv


Garrison, Edward


Neal, Garry


Bradsher, Sidney P.


Goldberg. Alice


Ollis.John W.


Brookshire. Woodrow N.


Grabe, Sarah L.


Owenby. Mrs. LouR.


Brown, Larry


Hall, Mrs. Patricia D.


Parkin, Susan


Brownlow, Margaret


Heath, Mrs. Eleanor


Popoli. Andrew


McDaniel


Hockenbury, Nancy


Price, Mrs. Alice T.


Burt, Mrs. Leona


Hughes, Mrs. George


Proclor, McDaniel


Cain, Richard


Jacobs, Mrs. Patricia


Reeve, Mrs. Mary R.


Calloway, Mrs. Geraldine C.


Johnston, Mrs. Laurie H.


Reid. Paul Nelson


Canipe, Mrs. Nell


Jones, Mrs. Barbara C.


Sloan, Sarah


Carlisle, Mrs. Minerva W


Jones. Robert R. Jr.


Smith. E. Louise


Carter. Mrs. Jane


Kleppel, Jerry W.


Smith. Mrs. Jo Ann


Chapin, Edwin H.


Kremer, Mrs. Anne C.


Smith. Mrs. Kathleen


Cole, Jack D.


Ledford, Raymond S.


Stevens. James Robert


Craven, Mrs. Sarah H.


Lovelace. Richard T.


Summers. Martha W.


Drun, Moody B.


Mann. Lonnie


Thomas, Mrs. Patricia E


Egan. Thomas E.


McDonald. Vernon P.


Walker, Mrs. Fay


Ellis. Madeline


Moore, John Ira Jr.


Wall, Mrs. Merlene


Farmer, Boyd L.


Motley. VelnaL.


Willis. Miriam


Feltv, Garland P.







The School of Social Work at the University of
North Carolina is derived from the School of
Public Welfare (1920), the School of Public Ad-
ministration (1932), and since 1950 has been the
graduate School of Social Work, one of sixty-four
such schools in the United States, Canada, and
Puerto Rico.

The program is based upon two years of in-
terrelated course instruction and supervised field
experience in social welfare agencies, and culmi-
nates in the Master of Social Work degree. Op-
portunities are offered for professional training in
social casework in such areas as family service,
public welfare, child welfare, corrections, medical
social service, psychiatric social work, and school
services. There is also provision for preparation
for careers in community organization and agency
administration. Graduates are qualified to offer
services in public and private welfare agencies in
city, county, state, federal, national, and interna-
tional settings.




FIRST YEAR STUDENTS — FIRST ROW — Peggy Hussey, Nancy Slamey, Kay lee, Vic Balchelor. Fonnie Copeland, Zell SeUcr,
Hazel Wishnow, Dolly Beachani, Joyce Liggins, Judy Fold, Rosemary Weber, Gwcn Sides, Ann Lutz. SECOND ROW — George
Wilkcrson, Floyd Ginn, Libby Woodell, Lola Crosthwait, Jimmy Whitaker, Rachel Phalen, Joanne Johnson, Ann Winstead, Bill Russell,
Ann Logan, Carolyn Carruth, Ann Cork, Carolyn Cutchin, Elaine Canife, Nancy Meyers, Gwen Pittenger, Ann Dawson. THIRD ROW —
Happy Carlton, Rosemary Halsey, Geraldine Palmer, Cynthia Bishop, Fran Verwoerdt, Randall Peacock, Bill Gregory, Carl Hayes, Dean
Marion, Homer Duly, John Freeze, Nelson Berigtold, Richard Finny, Roy Smith, Carl Duncan, Raleigh Campbell. FOURTH ROW —
Gerald Allen, Jarret Fishpaw.



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Public Health







W . Fred Maves, Dean



SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH



Students come into the School of PubHc Health with a sense of purpose — that of preparing themselves, usually
in one academic year, for a new profession. Beginning as physicians, engineers, teachers, mathematicians, nurses,
they have become imbued with the realization of the importance of health in economic and social development at
home and abroad.

Students go out from the School of Public Health to the four corners of the earth. Problems of water and air pol-
lution, of infant mortality and family planning, of nutrition, and of pestilence are universal in scope, and the public



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