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McCall. Elizabeth C. '70; Salisbury
McMasler, Danielle K,. '68; Asheboro
Manning. Toni J.. '70; Wmsi



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Marye. Elizabeth T.. '70: Signal



, '68:Tarboro
Painter. ( »nthia 1... '70; Charlotte
Parker, lW«lh> S., 67, Raleigh
Peac.Kk. I.^nda \.. h"? , Raleigh
Peebles, Joanne \..'h9. Raleigh
• Phillips, Margaret S., "69; Leavenworth.



Ramse.>. Claudia K . f>K, AvheMlle
» Rives, Elisebelh S.. '67 , High Point
Ross. Helch D.. '70. Pleasant Garden
Rowley. Judith A., '70; Winston-Salem
Scott, Nanc» W.. '69 . Greensboro
Shelor. Adelaide C. '67 . Clearwater. F!a
Shtrrill. Mar\ 1... ^9. Trouiman
Simm.-ns.hdithI>,,:'U. Marion



Mtphtnx-.n, Mart K.. '^7, Raleigh
.Me«ari, I >mhia ,\.. '70; Fayetleville
Swain. Stephanie A., '67 . Raleigh
Taylor. Carol J.. "70; Asheville

• Tavlor. Martha L., '70; Como

Terrell. Sharon S.. '70. Summerfleld
Tille\. Bonnie J., '70: Raleigh
Todd. Pauletie. '68: Wmston-Salem
Towe. Suzzanne C. '69; Rocky Mount
Vaughn. Theresa A.. '70. Reidsville
Walslon. Frances A., '69. Pineiops
Wanderer. Arlene W,. '69. Richmond.



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# Alexander, Mary L., '69; Wilson
Appel, Shirley F., '68; Richmond. Va.
Avery, Margaret D., '70: Statesville
Aycolh, Olivia A.. "68; Charlotte
Bagby, Betty H., 67 , Lexington
Bailey, Sally G..'68, Tarhoro

• Baker, Leslie D., '70, Statesville
Ballard, Susan R.. 70; Concord
Bandy, Margaret E- '67; Newton
Barnes, Frana K., '67; Hillsborough
Baucom, Susan E.. '70; Wingate
Bell. Julia A.. "69; Blacksburg. Va



• Boger, Ann G., '69; Wmston-Salem
Boone, Mary H., '68. Ashcvillc
BritI, Barbara A., '67. Winston-Salem
Brown, Molly B., '68; Carbondale. Ill
Brown, Pamela E., '67; Boonville
Cameron, Anne K.. '67. AsheviIIe
Chapin, Deborah A., "70. Greenville

# Charbonneau, Helen R., '68; AsheviIIe
Clark. Vella B., '67. Vaughan

Cobb, Carolyn T.. '69; Raleigh



CorreU, Cynthia J., "70; Kannapolis
<'ourts, Nancy A., '70; Reidsville
Currie, Judith A., '67 ; Wadcsboro

• Oahmann.lnge, '68:Schwelm. West



Deviney, Maria A,. '67. Charlotte
Dodson, Jane E., "67, Durham
l)oliner, Stephanie J., '70. Raleigh
• Douglas, Elizabeth N.. '70. Greensboro
Eberhart, Clare M.. "69 ; New Canaan.



Elkins. Nancy L., "70; Liberty
Eudy.AlixL.. '70; Flat Rock
Everett, Johanna L., '69. Ahoskie
Fagan, Carroll E., '67; Jamesville

• Farrell.ChryleD.. "70. Graham
Fisher, Sharon 1., '70. Salisbury
Goodrich. Mary F.. 70; Stedman
Greene, Donna J., '69, Salisbury
Hale, Polley K., '70; Beckley. W Va
Hammond, Mary M., '70; Randleman
Harris, Cynlhia B.. '67 . Raleigh
Harhss. Brenda M.. '69; Frederick, Md.

• Hickson, Anne M.. '70. Middlesex
Hobson, Judith A.. '70. Tobaccoville
Horter, Myrtle L.. '67. Hobbsvillc
Holler, Sheryl A.. "69. Elizabeth City
Holcombe. Frances C. '67 ; Spartanburg,

S-C
Hudson. Janet S., '70; Temple Hills. Md.
Hughes, Lennie L., '70; Hendersonville
Hunt, Donna G., '70; Shelby

• Hurley, Nancy E.. '67; Biscoe
Hulton. Corrie L., '70. Greensboro
Ivrsier, Ida P., '70; Winston-Salem
Jennings, Ann B., '67 ; Wilson
Jorgensen, Alke C,. '69; Durham
Kage. Barbara A., '68, Chapel Hill
King, Carolyn E., '70. Launnburg
Kirkwood, Kathleen M.. '67 ; Charlotte

• Kiser. Barbara A., 70; China Grove
Kluge, Lynn B., '70. Ardsley. N Y
Lamar. Constance T., '68; New Bern
Lewis, Patricia F.. '68. Norlh Wilkesboro
Little. Sara E.. '67 . East Polatka. Fla
Litzaw. Judith C. '70. Raleigh
Lolhrop, Jane R.. 70, Knoxville. Tenn,



MooreField, Janet A., '69; Danbury
Morrison. Barbara R.. '69; PlainTteld,

N J
Mulieri. Mary-Jo, '67, Sevema Park.

Md
Murray. Drusylla A.. '67; Durham
Murrav. Sandra M., 70; AsheviIIe
• Neal, Linda K., '69', WaJnul Cove
Newlon. Elizabeth H., '70; Charlotte



Pendergrass, Pamela J.. "69. Raleigh
Pepper, Judith A., '70; Belmont

♦ Perzekow. Ethel F., '70; Williamsburg.

PhiUip>s. Mary K., '70; Jacksonville
PitU, Beverly K.. '70, Greensboro
Propst. Linda J.. '70. Morganlon
Pursley, Susan V., '70; Gastonia
Rankin. Edith K.. '70; Mount Holly
Rhodes. EUzabeth A.. '70; New Bern
Riggsbee, Susan M., '70, Dunwoody, G

• Rogers, Jane. '70. Oak Ridgc.Tcnn
Ruppall. Susan A.. "70, Charlotte
Sanford. Patricia R., '70; Charlotte
Schneider, Elizabeth R.. '70; Summit.

N.J.
Schoen, Gail R.. '70, Raleigh
Sherman, Joelyn A.. '69. Norfolk. Va
Sigmon. Mary E.. '69; Concord
SingleUry, Anna B.. '69; Wellesley.



W. Cobb
Cont'd








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• Smith. Nano L.. 70: Rileigh
Snelling, Krislina M., '70: A^ht
Stanton. Diana L.. '69: New Be
Steinman. SarahJ., '70. Si Louis. Mo
Ste*t
Slew

• Slokes, Stephanie A., '70; Atlanta, Ga.
Stone, Mary E.. '70. Durham
Sullivan, Ann M., 70; Watertown. Conr
Ta>lor. Flora, 70; Oxford

Taylor, Janet D.. '67; Signal Mountain.

tenn.
Torrence. Judv A.. *68 ; Lenoir
Tunstall. Jo E.. "70. Burlington
Turner. Betty L., '70; RaJeigh

• Turner. Edna M.. '70; Raleigh
I' instead, Jane K., '67 . Durham
Van Arnom, Nancy S.. '70; Raleigh

V> alker, G. Caroline. '67 ; Wilmington
Warren. Teresa R.. 70; Candler
Welch. Gloria J.. "69; Durham
\ Betty J., "68; Burlington



v., '68; Roanoke



Biriny i. Jr., Laszio, '67 ; Lancaster. Pa
Bland, Michael S., '69; Rulherfordlon
Bordeaux. Larry W.. '67. Fayeiieville
Campbell. Edward D., "70; Raleigh
Coggin, Ger> C„ '70; Troy
Comer. Charles C. '68; Concord

• Fidler. Dayid R.. '68; Charlotk
Fulton, William H., '70. Louisville. Ky
Funderburk. William C '70; Charlotte
Gantl. Stephen M., '69; Bethel Park. Pa
Gamer. Terry R.. h'*, Newport
Goodwin. Dennis W.. '70. K.mston
Gray, Larry D., '70; Winsion-Salem
Gregson, Don N., '69; Launnburg

• Haber. John L.. '70; Asheville
Hall, Charles M.. "67; Fayellevtl'e
Hall. Samuel B.. '70; Morganton
Hamlet. James E., '69; Roxboro
Hamm, Jerry D., '69; Durham
Havnes, Jr., 'Kenneth R., '70; Reidsvtile
Hin-shaw, Jr., Roland F.. '69; Greensboro
Hivson. Mark E.. 70; Park Forest. 111.

• Hough, James G.. 67 ; CharloUe
Hudgins.Jr.. John A., "70. Durham
Johnson, Samuel R-, '69; Fuquay-Va



,'69; Atlanl.

Krick, David S.', 70. Atlanta. Ga

LanU, Charles A.. "70; Spruce Pi

Luplon, Charles H.. '69. Birmmg

Ala,





Graham







Macy, Earl E.. "69; Parkersburg. W. Va.

• Martin. Peter M. D.. '70; Washington.

DC
McCormick, John F.. "70; Greensboro
MeGee, Michael H.. '69 . Concord
Mckenzie, III, Sheppard A., '69; Tampa.

McKinne*. Roy S.. '70. Spindale
Mtrritk. Frederic D.. '69. Huntington.

N /^
Molaro. AUen A.. 70. Wadesboro
Morton. Leon O., 70; Portsmouth. Va.

• MuHinax, TheronE., ■69.Hendersonyillc
Murphy, Thomas H.. "69. Bunn
Murray, Marshall R., '69; Raleigh
Nanne>.Jr.,UuisW.,'70;

Rutherfordton
Nelson. John C, "70; Chapel Hill
Nunnery, William M., '70;

Rutherfordton
Ogksby , Tommie D.. '69; Newport
Palmer, Jerry W., '70; North

Wilkesboro

• Pollock, Roy D., '69; Clinton
Powell, Peter E., "70, Clinton
Powell. Stephen H.. 70; Thomasville
Radford. Jon D., '69; Louisburg
Sherman, Gary M., '70. Durham
Simerly, Dayid R., '67; Kannapolis
Snayel'y, Michael W ., '70. Clinton
Spencer, Charles W., 69; Birmingham.



A all, Thomas E., '70; Winston-Sal.
•\ heeler, Robert C. '68 ; Durham
A omack, James S.. '67 ; Sclma
Aorrel. Robert C, "70; Browns Su



» Ayash.Gary H..'70;Wilmmgton
Aycrs, David A.,'69; Valdesc
Binks, David C. '70; Holly Ridge
Banta, Bradford C. '70; Ft,

i duderdalc. Fla.
Bernish, Paul A., '67; Charlotte
Bevs, Thomas H., '70; Gasloma
Boring, Dennis E., '69; Andrews
C apeharl. III. George W„ "69; Windsor
I Coleman, Robert B., '68; Silver
Spring. Md
I, Mich
Slephe
VilliamR.. '70; Raleigh



Doughton. Richard L., '69; Sparta



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Graham
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• Dula, III. Louis B.. 70. Nonh
WJlVesboro
Dunstan, David F., '67; Elizabeth City
Easterling, Thomas B.. '67 : China Grovi



Farell, Frederic E., '70; Fair Lawn. N J,

# Freeman, Michael N., '67 ; Spindalc
Gentry, Lloyd M., '69; Rockingham
Gore, Larry R., '69; Delco
Gray. Ill, James A.. '70; Wmston-Salem
GrifTin. Randolph J., '68; Charlotte
Mainline, Warren L.. '70; Norwalk. Ohio
Henson, H. David. '70; Asheville
Hines, John R- '70; Lexington



wBem

Lassiler, Allen D., '70. Winston-Salem
Long. James R., 70; Burlington
Lowrj, Richard L.. '70. Charlotte
Madren. Amos B., '69. Wmston-Salem
McKellar, Jr., Henrv N., '69; Rowland
McPhaul, David F.. 67. Raleigh
• Mills, Rayne W., '69; Yadkmville
Morrow. David G.. '68; Gaslonia
O'Connor, John, '69, Valley Cottage,



Piacentino, Fdward J., '67; Eli,
Cily

Pryor. Ronald D., '69, RufTin

Ram&ay, Jr., Thomas E,, '70. Brevard
• Re) nolds, Thomas E., '67 . Fletcher

Richardson, Edward R., '70; Old Fort

Robertson, II, Forrest L, '68 .
Rutherfordton

Self. Richard B., '70; Cary

Sheen, Michail C, '70; Alexandna. Va,

Smith, Alan M., '70, Fayetteville

Smith, Harold W., "68 ; Greensboro

Smith, Mark L.. '70; Clinton
9 Sprinkle, Ronnie V„ '69; Winston-Salem

Steen, Reese A., '70; Rockingham

Talley, John L., '70; Sanford



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Werti. Robert O.. '70; Sanford
Williams, Wendell M., '68; Fayetteville

• W ollin. Jr.. Ernest G., "67 ; StatcsviUe
Alexander, Jr., Alvin P.. '70. West

JetTerson
Archer, Burke O., '70; Wmston-Salem
Arnold Larry L.. '69; Fuquay-Vanna
Askew, John E.. '67; Glen Ellyn. Ill
Austin. Ill, John E., '70, Monroe

• Barnes, Bill R.. '69; Belmont
Barnes. Ill, Robert L., 68; Sims
Beall, John B., '70. Lenoir

Beddow, Thomas F., '68 , Bethesda, Md,
Boulware, Jr.. John C, '69; Camp
Lejeune



Burgess, Russell E., '69, New Berr

• Clark, Jr., Malcolm N.. '69. Raeford
Cole. Gary L., '70; Asheboro
Crawford, Bruce H., "69; Greensboro
Dale. Jr.. Arthur A.. '68. Marion
Davis, Joseph H., '67 . Burlington
Davis, Jr., Neil O., 70. Aubum, Ara
Dent, David R.. '67; Rye, N Y
Denton, Jr., Robert L.. '68 ; Charlotte

# Drum, Jackie D., '70; Gastonia
Eastwood. William D., '68. Alliance
Eddings, Dana W., '69, Camp Lejeune
Elcock, III, Walter B., 70; Greensboro
Farmer, Willis C., '70; Bailey

Fayed, Salmen T.. '69; Roanoke Rapids
Graham, Alien D., '70; Greensboro
Hendren, Richard W., '70; Salisbury

• Hubbard, John L.,'69, Kingsport. tenn,
Hudler, Teddy J., '70; West Jefferson
Hunter. James G., '70; Greensboro
Hutchison. Jr., Humphrey G., '70.

Raleigh
Johnson, Jon. '69, Denton
Knott. Jr.. Lawrence H., '68, St Pauls
Krichbaum, Jr., George W., '69.

Leon, Roger S.. 69. Wmston-Salem

# Lewis. Gene A., '70; Aberdeen
Lindsay. William J., '70; Hamlet
Lineberger, Danny L.. "70; Dallas
Liwn.CarlP..'70;Landis

Linn, Terry H„ '70; Landis
Livingston, Jr., Thomas F., '68 ; Rowland
Lowman, Jr., Samuel E., "67, Charlotte
Mason. George G.. '69, New Bern

• McCuUen, Allie R.. '67, Clinton
McPherson, Bruce W., '70. Elizabeth

City
Miller, II, Carson M.. "69; Denton
Moser,John F., '67; Berkeley. Calif
Noggle, Jr.. James E.. '67 ; Shelby
Padgett, Herman M.. 70. Holly Ridge
Page. Richard W.. '69; Charlotte
Patterson, Ronnie H., '67 ; China Grove

# Pleasants, Michael L., '70; Aberdeen
Potter. Lvnwood A., 70; Kinsion
Pultz. David A., '69, Greensboro
ReavLs, Johnnie D., '67; Harmony
Robbins. Edward D., '68. Scarsdale,

N. Y.

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Robicheau, Tony M., '68; Salisbury



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Sht-aron, D»vid R.. '67 ; Wake Foresi
Shedd, John D., '69; Red Bank. N. J
Smulne\. James R.. '70: KinMon
Snow, Oregon L,. '69; Winslon-Saler



Starnes, Jr.. Erwin S.. "69: Greenville.

S.C
Slire«aU.Jr., Jerr\ A., '69; kannapolis
Sullies. Thomas W ., "68. Marion
Thomas. Jr.. [>Mighl E.. "67 ; Rockv

Mount
Walker. Robert S., '67; Hudson
White. Ronald E.. '69: Cove City
I ^ ates, Graim C. '68 : Charlolie
Barbee. III. GeorRe S.. "69; Sanford



II. George T.. '69:.
Chanev. Charles R., '69:Cramcnon
Chilt% ', Frederick C- '69: iacksonville.

Fla.
Conkle, John A., '69: Cashiers
Croom. Jr., Edward M.. 70. Charlotte
DeBruhl. Claude M.. '68 ; Candler



Farris, Jr., Charles P.. '69; Wils*
Faucelle, DatJd H.. '70: Swannanoa
Ferris. Gregory G., '69, Dover, Mass,
Finkelslein, Jr!. Leo, '68: Asheville

• Ford. Michael R., "68; Cramerton
Freeman, Thomas G., "70; Morganlon
Fuller. David L.. '70; Rocky Mount
Furr, James R.. '70. Albemarle
Canna»a>. Kenneth W., "70; CharloUe
Gardiner, Stephen L., "70; Bryn Mawr,

Pj
Gilbert, Bennett H., '69; Cocoa. Fla,
Godfrey. Eric B., "69: Asheville

• Goodwin, Larry D., •69; Charlotte
<.ranl, Steven S., "69; Southern Pmes
Hamrick, Randv A.. ^O' Shelbv
HarriM.n. Howard D., '70; Cmmenon
Hill. John \1. 'U p.lol Mouni.un



Leeper, Daniel E., "70; Greensboro
Lewis, James L., '68: Durham
Linker, Jr., Thurman S., 'fiS Contord
Mann. William J. M Sjnror.l



McCurr*. Dan C. '68; Cjndler
Mt^dUv. t kmcnl E.,'69:Greensbo
\Ief kiT, Michael D.. '69: Asheville
\t«M.mi. HI, Henr^ C, '69; Pilot

\K.unl,un
NR'amhi, Wisdom. '69, I u-..ik.i, /.i

Nicholson,Jr., DonC., 71' Mi.imi
Oglesbee.SlephenE.. '70 ( I1..1I01I1
• Pharr. in.Joi - -
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I harlesF., '70; Salisbury




Morrison College





EXECUTIVE COLINCIL — MORRISON & NURSES: SEATED, L TO R: Sieve KnowKon — Editor of MIGHTY MO; Joey Edwards — Speak-
er of Senate; Parker Hudson — Academic Lt. Governor; John Ellis — Governor; Richard Blackwell — Social Lt. Governor; Richard Wright —
Treasurer. STANDING, L TO R: Anne Belcher — Vice Pres.; Judy Wilson — Treas.; Carole Norman — President; Phyllis Keesler — Activities
Chairman; Robin Godett — Social Chairman; Donna Worthington — Sec.




Armstrong House




Armstrong House, the largest in Morrison
Residence College, is named for a most distin-
guishing alumnus of the university, Mr. Roy
Armstrong. Mr. Armstrong is the director of
the Morehead Foundation and was director of
admissions here for many years. His outstand-
ing contributions to the university as well as
his unselfish leadership in Chapel Hill church
and civic organizations make us proud to be
associated with such a fine person.

Our activities this year have ranged from
campus clothing drives to steak dinners at the
Pines which really turned out to be more than
steak dinners (Trinken sie eine bier?) to a most
publicized invitation to a certain "prominent"
commentator at a Raleigh TV station. House
meetings have been fun and games with Bill,
George, and Tom trying to cope with the other
two or three members who attended.

Many other worthwhile activities were under-
taken this year (although we cannot remember
what they might be) and all in all Armstrong
House has been something for all its residents
to remember (like a bad dream).

By the way, Jesse, we can think of a thou-
sand people whom we would rather have speak
to us.



LEFT TO RIGHT: Tom PaUerson, Secretary and Treasurer; Bill
Braswell, President; George Boulware, Vice-President.





4



"Don'l jump!"



*'\'ou oughia see the second hole . . .'



Bahnson House




Drama Students act out Alice in Wonderland.



TOP TO BOTTOM: Hershel Wix,
President; Larry Daniel, Senator;
Lon Dogget, Vice-President.





Upon submitting our material for
publication in the Yack, we, the men of
BAHNSON HOUSE, realize that it is our
duty to maintain the high standards which
the Yack maintains. It is with this thought
in mind that we refrain from discussing
our orgies, our pitifully drunken fresh-
men, our handsomely drunken upper-
classmen, the beautiful girls we used to
date, and our good gross janitors. As we
look back upon the year's trials and tribu-
lations, we men of BAHNSON HOUSE
smile with pride.



Sepl. 18-Presidenl Wix elected. Long Ipve the Presideni

Sepl. 19- Presideni Wix moves into BAHNSON HOUSE

Sepl. 23- Floors First Beer Blast. Bill Boric sets record for tieer guz-

zling-
Sepl. 24 -Governor John Ellis declares B House a disaster area Floor

unanimously votes to send Bill Boric a net well card.
Sept. 30-Oct. 9— An atiempl to establish a colony of students on the

floor proves unsuccessful.
Oct. 2- Kelly Alexander. Jr. (room 332) organizes floor NAACP,
Oct. 3- BoETSims (room 332) organizes floor KKK
Oct. 4-Jim Chapman is taken to the infirmary where the splinter from

his slide rule is removed from his finger. Jim Barefoot and Sieve

Barefoot declare family name,
Oct. 5-Star athlete Jim Tull receives concussion when hit on the head

by a birdie during intramural badminton game
Ocl. 9- Floor has mixer with Jamison Dorm in Greensboro Picnic is

mined when no one can find a bottle opener



Oct. f4-Sut Sutton



barefoot and no one will be able to tell,
Ocl. 27- Floor advisor chained to toilet.
Ocl. 29- Isaac Weinslon misses his first free Hick in four years
Ocl. 30- Tennis champion Milton Haslam bounces his tennis ball again:



: up 2% during October



the wall for 58 consecutive hours.
Oct. 31 - Figures show homosexuality wen
Nov. 6- Sam Highsmilh gets head caught i
Nov. 12- Third floor receives bill for new r
Nov. U-New railing is installed and Sam i
Nov. 16- Resident Advisor Jim Hubbard asks to be r

floor
Nov. 22 -Third floor holds human sacnfice to con^

Nov. 27 - Pilgnmage back to Morrison.

No\. 30- Ed Circle voted floor sweethean.

Dec. 6-9- Floor marathon Tiddlywinks game

Dec. 17- Annual twist party in TV room celebrating Beethoven's birlh-

J holiday Chase Cafeteria is closed.



Dec. 25 - Third floor declares natioi

Jan. 2 -Free aspirins to all hungovi .__ ,

Jan. 7- Yack photographer fails to show up to lake third floor pictures

for fourth straight day.
Jan. 12-Panty raidonCraige Dorm,
Jan. 18- Petition for pay toilets turned down unanimously
Jan. 22- Third floor quiz file closed after someone steals the quiz
Jan. 30- Bob Jenrette hangs roommate with umbrella
Keb. 5-Third floor bakes chocolate Ex-Lax cake for Hershel Wix\

birthday,
Feb. 6 -Good thing pay toilets weren't installed
Keb. 14- Floorrents arboretum for stag picnic,

' Ted Kuhn clogs up shower drain to practice scuba divmg

lie taking early morning shower



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Cannon
House




Cavaliers . . . new officers in the fall . . . beer and
steak on a rainy night . . . wicked newspaper first in
dorm . . . sweetheart Frances Dayvault filled in what
we couldn't . . . winning football team had to forfeit
. . . ultra-original signs for football week-ends, leaving
problems for Jerry and Lee . . . "Beat Dook" party
better than the game . . . Our NSA films presented
for Mo considerably less educational than last year's
flicks . . . "Let's-play-college-in-the-social room"
experimental seminars . . . Stud of the Month: Cavalier
with the rich, beautiful and affectionate UNC-G pen-
pal . . . Would you believe we had a handle on the
pencil sharpener? Sorry 'bout that . . . but then we
had all of those Karate boards that nobody else did
. . . "Somebody's gonna get burnt," says Mel ... As
' the ghost delivers campus mail at 3 A.M. . . . lively
house meetings . . . lively house . . . poor copy.



Daniels
House





OKHCERS. L TO R: "C" House; Raleigh Hamilton (Pres.l, Tom Foster (V. P.)




"D" HOUSE. OFFICERS, L TO R: Ira Burcham (Sen.), Robert Milli-
kin (Pres.), Jim Wann (Sen.)




Edwards
House




The men of Edwards house are now the proud parents of a
young South Vietnamese child. The adoption was financed
with funds raised from the sale of MIGHTY MO #1 buttons,
and provides the child with brand new clothing, blankets,
household equipment, medical care, social services, postal
services, monthly cash grants, and educational assistance such
as tuition grants and school supplies.

Edwards House receives periodical progress reports on the
child, and a monthly correspondence has been established
through a translator provided by the Foster Parents' Plan, Inc.
This organization also distributes any packages which the
members of Esquire House send to the child. Because of this
and other services rendered to the members of the family of
the foster child and because of the monthly cash stipends, the
standard of living and the morale of the family is bolstered,
along with the economy of the community. Thus, in a small
but significant way, Edwards House of Morrison Residence
College has helped to further international friendship and
understanding.



Fetzer
House




(OFFICERS: Fetzer House) L TO R: Bobby Nelson (Sec.-Treas.), David
Yelton (V. P.), Steve Price (Pres.)





Edwards House men take time for "soul".




Jim Owen, Vice-President; Paul H. Wright, President; Richard
O. Wright, College Treasurer.



This year the members of Fetzer House have had
the privilege of having "F" House called "home" for
all the male students in the Freshman Honors Program.
This was the first year an attempt has been made to
put all the Honors students together in order that they
might benefit from each other's knowledge. From the
results, it was a great success.

Under the "totalitarian" leadership of Bogenschultz,
Jenkins, and Raggett, the members of Fetzer House
managed to work together not only in scholastic
achievement, but also in intermural activities. At the
time of this printing, "F" House was currently in the
top ten of the residence hall division in intermural
activity. However, the highlight of the year came when
Fetzer House was selected as the testing ground for
classes in the residence halls. In November, Dr. John
Semonche, Modern Civilization instructor, held his
regular Honors seminar in the study room of "F"
House. This was the first class ever to be held in a
residence hall. The success of this experiment gave
new incentive to this idea and, hopefully from this,
the residence hall may prove to be more than a place
to sleep for a majority of its residents in the near future.



Griffith
House




Griffith House, named for Andy
Griffith, celebrates its second year.
Good will project is continued support
of adopted Korean Orphan. Griffith
House Gazette spreads news to- resi-
dents. The floor is filled with Honor
students and Moreheads, but still Sun-
day Morning headaches. Griffith House
ends up second in campus-wide soft-
ball.

Boys on the floor make news! Mat-
tress burns as Wild Will strikes again.
Moorefield's most violent oath — "Get
out of Dodge!" Helms and Nelms have
crickets in bed. Millikan deals out fake
warning cards to trouble makers.
Murphy makes his weekend pilgrim-
age to LMC. Hemorrhoid showers or
would you believe meteors! Anony-
mous letter comes to 809. Rathbone
can't find his bed, poor boy! Moore-
field fills the air with liturgical music.
Griffith House celebrity of the year,
James Bond in person.



LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Newlin, Resident
Advisor; Don Lassiter, President; Bill
Darrah, \'ice-President; Travis Abbott,
Resident Advisor; Larry Annas, Secretary
and Treasurer.



Iredell House





The Gang! Due to Federal law concerning reproduction of L'.S. Cur-
rency, something is missing in this picture.




Come on! I dare you to do that again



OFFICERS, L. TO R.: Sec-Treas. — Jay Cutcliffe, Pres. — John Con-
nor, V. P. — Don \\ estbrook.



The boys of "I" house have done it again! After starting
off the year with a splattering success at La Pizza, the
Iredell hoys began to dig in for another tough academic
grind, but intramural manager Bill Jones had other ideas.
The "I" house football team, led by the quick hands of
Jones, carried the team to the campus finals. While the
jocks were busy with their athletics, a new sport was being
formed within the hallowed walls; with captain Sonny
Peperat the helm of the tube team, the less energetic
Iredellites spent many hours in front of the tempermental
tube. One of the year's high points was the selection of
the Iredell house sweetheart. Sally Buie, as Miss Morrison.

The boys from "I" house pulled off what was probably
the greatest engineering feat in the short history of Mor-
rison, when they expressed the Season's Greetings in the
form of a three story high "Ho, Ho!"




OFFICERS. L TO R: Pres. — David Forltnhcrj; \. P. — Lester Turbe-
ville; Scc.-Treas. — Ken Gallovvay; Sen. — Danny Vales; Sen. — How-



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