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u STUDENT NOTES
Robert H. “Bobby” Kutteh of Statesville was
president of the student body. Charles E. John-
son of Hastings, Nebraska, edited Old Gold and
Black, and Stephanie J. Coleman of Inman,
South Carolina, edited The Howler. Craig C.
Shaffer of Lynchburg, Virginia, was editor of
The Student until he resigned in mid-year; he
was succeeded by George L. Mewborn of Snow
Hill. William D. Hawkins III of Winston-Salem
was president of the College Union.
Co-chairmen of the Honor Council were Wil-
liam E. “Eddie” Musselwhite, Jr., of Lumber-
ton and Frank Carter of Marion, Va.
Co-chairmen of the Judicial Board were Mar-
cus C. Miller of Lyndhurst, Ohio, and Thomas
H. Fetzer Jr. of Raleigh; Fetzer resigned in
mid-year and was succeeded by William H.
Craig of Livingston, New Jersey.
Jeanne P. Whitman,
a sophomore from
Pulaski, Virginia, was
selected as one of the
first Harry S Truman
in the United States.
She was designated
the Truman Scholar
The College Union, under the
supervision of Dean Mark Reece,
purchased thirteen pieces of
contemporary art, including
works by Ron Davis, Jim Dine,
Red Grooms, Ellsworth Kelly,
Philip Pearlstein, Fairfield Porter,
and Robert Rauschenberg.
Senior orators were: Katharine
Marie Amato of Fort Mill,
South Carolina; David William
Kunz of Greenville, South Carolina; and
Katherine Ann Meiburg of Wake Forest.
Amato received the A.D. Ward Medal.
Omicron Delta Kappa, formerly an all-male
honor society, elected women as members for
the first time. Both OΔK and Mortar Board were,
therefore, now open to both men and women.
Wake Forest debaters John Graham of Pitts-
burgh, Pa., and Ross Smith of Winston-Salem
(one of five teams chosen from the Southeast)
won five of eight rounds in the National Debate
Tournament in Springfield, Missouri.
“Warm Drypoint Robe” by
Jim Dine: purchased by the
The parents’ relation program at Wake Forest,
only two years old, received, from CASE (the
Council for the Advancement and Support of
Education), the top award for excellence
among the nation’s colleges and universities.
Carol S. Disque (B.A., Duke; M.Ed., Virginia)
was appointed Director of Placement and Career
Development, succeeding Joseph Bumbrey.
Ross A. Griffith (B.S., 1965), formerly As-
sociate Director of Admissions, succeeded
John T. Dawson as Director of Equal Opportu-
nity. Ellen Coats [Lipscomb] (B.A., Wake
Forest) was named Admissions Counselor.
Meyressa Hughes Schoonmaker, assistant
to the president for legal affairs, was named
associate general counsel.